Security (S&B/CBRNE) Magazine

SPR 2016

Security & Border Protection and CST & CBRNE Source Book, published jointly, concentrate on WMD response, NGB training, counterterrorism, and border security

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Page 7 of 35 6 | S&BP and CST & CBRNE | Spring 2016 Regional Engagement Response Readiness includes Homemade Explosives Course, Emergency Vehicle Operations Course, Advanced Pistol Qualifications, and lots of training on our specialized equipment. And I see our relationships with first responders getting even stronger – which will lead to more requests for assistance. And we don't mind that. Working with our first responders is our bread and butter where we put our training to the test and ultimately provide a service to this state and country. I also foresee our specialized training continuing at the same pace as it has in the past. Recently, we have responded more to homemade explosives and narcotic identification. Therefore a lot of our training now includes these type of events and I forecast that this will be the norm as we move forward during the next 15 years. Achieving the Goals of Shared Security & Prosperity SEPT 20-21 2016 COBO CENTER, DETROIT, MI Members of the 10th Civil Support Team conduct CBRNE Reconnaissance on Joint Base Lewis McChord as part of a multiple agency exercise. (U.S. Army photo by CPT Joseph Siemandel) Lead Art: SSG Ezra Ife prepares to conduct CBRNE Recon- naissance while rappelling at the Olympic Fire Center in Olympic, Washington. The 10th CST routinely trains with civilian frst responders to prepare for emergencies. (U.S. Army photo by CPT Joseph Siemandel)

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