CHEMICAL CORPS FOCUS - FY21 AND BEYOND

 
CHEMICAL CORPS MISSION  (what we do across the regiment) 
The Chemical Corps conducts operations to protect the force and the nation from Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) / Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) threats and hazards.
 
VISION (what we are for and where we are going)
Dragon Soldiers-CBRN Warriors, America’s CBRN counterforce, who are imbued with essential characteristics of the Army profession (Trust, Honorable Service, Military Expertise, Esprit de Corps and Stewardship) and are world leaders in Countrering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD), enabling expeditionary movement and maneuver and protecting the homeland.
 
OUR CORE FUNCTIONS (how we enable the force)
Assess CBRN threats and hazards to gain real-time understanding; Protect against CBRN incidents to achieve inherent survivability; and Mitigate the consequences of CBRN hazards to negate hazard effects.
 
OUR CORE CAPABILITIES (our unique tools and skills)
Advise Commanders regarding CBRN Defense and CWMD missions; CBRN Assessment; Reconnaissance and Surveillance; and Contamination Mitigation.
 
U.S. ARMY CBRN SCHOOL MISSION (what we do through the CBRN School)
Design, Acquire and Build the Army’s future CBRN capability and to constantly improve it using the Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) process to ensure the Army is postured to fight and win in a CBRN environment.

CBRN SCHOOL TRAINING STRATEGY

CBRN SCHOOL TRAINING AND EDUCATION SOP

 
FY21 PRIORITIES (our focused emphasis)
Develop Leaders: assessments, "How to" develop leaders and the Army profession; Modernization (drive change): CBRN reconnaissance and surveillance and contamination mitigation.
 
ENDURING PRIORITIES (our key tasks)
Care for our people (personal and professional growth): sexual assualt prevention, suicide prevention and equality; Train Soldiers, units and staffs; Develop Leaders; Posture/Modernize CBRN defense capabilities (drive change).

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