Tuesday, December 10, 2019
There appears to be a dilemma on how to manage finite training opportunities and best conduct small-unit level chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) tasks during home-station training to ensure units are effectively trained in mission oriented protective posture gear exchange, selective unmasking, and decontamination. Much of what will be asked of a Soldier against a near-peer threat in a contaminated battlefield will require fighting "dirty" for extended periods of time. Maneuver formations at the brigade level and lower will need to conduct hasty decontamination as far forward as possible in order to continue to sustain operational tempo. Mission success requires proficiency in these basic CBRN skills. This article is designed to describe a training approach that will generate the necessary basic CRBN individual and collective skills proficiency.
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