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FM 3-11.21
MCRP 3-37.2C
NTTP 3-11.24
AFTTP(I) 3-2.37

 

FM 3-11.21

US Training and Doctrine Command
Fort Monroe, Virginia

MCRP 3-37.2C

Marine Corps Combat Development Command
Quantico, Virginia

NTTP 3-11.24

Navy Warfare Development Command
Newport, Rhode Island

AFTTP(I) 3-2.37

Headquarters Air Force Doctrine Center
Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama

 

12 December 2001

FM 3-11.21/MCRP 3-37.2C/NTTP 3-11.24/AFTTP(I) 3-2.37

MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT

Table of Contents


COVER
FOREWORD
PREFACE
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS
CHAPTER I NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT
  Background
  Environment
  Military Role (Domestic Response)
  Military Role (Foreign Response)
  Response Measures
CHAPTER II COMMAND AND CONTROL
  Background
  Domestic Operations
  Foreign Operations
  Other Command Considerations
  Reporting Requirements
CHAPTER III PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
  Planning and Response Concept
  Deliberate Planning
  Crisis Action Planning
  Information Management
  Toxic Industrial Materials
CHAPTER IV RESPONSE
  Background
  Notification
  Common Responsibilities
  Immediate Response
  Critical Response Tasks
  Initial Response
  Response-Execution Considerations
CHAPTER V RECOVERY, TRANSITION, AND REDEVELOPMENT
  Background
  Recovery Operations
  Transition
  Redeployment
  Documentation
CHAPTER VI EDUCATION AND TRAINING
  Overview
  Education
  Training
  Exercises
  Simulation and Modeling
  Rules of Engagement
  Public Affairs
APPENDIX A CONTAMINATION-AVOIDANCE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES
  Background
  Preparedness
  Response Measures
  Summary
APPENDIX B PROTECTION-INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE
  Individual Protection
  Shelter/Protection In Place
  Summary
  Expedient Actions
APPENDIX C DECONTAMINATION TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES
  Background
  General
  Decontamination Basic Concepts
  Decontamination Planning
  Personnel and Casualty Decontamination-Station Overview
  Contamination-Reduction Considerations (Personnel Decontamination-Station Operations)
  Decontamination Procedures (Entry Point) (See Figure C-2)
  Decontamination Procedures (SCBA Removal) (See Figure C-2)
  Decontamination Procedures (Showers) (See Figure C-2)
  Decontamination Procedures (Medical Evaluation) (See Figure C-2)
  Casualty Decontamination
  Casualty Decontamination (Triage Point) (See Figure C-3)
  Casualty Decontamination (Emergency-Treatment Area) (See Figure C-3)
  Casualty Decontamination (Nonambulatory Decontamination) (See Figure C-3)
  Casualty Decontamination (Ambulatory Decontamination) (See Figure C-3)
  Casualty Decontamination (Clean Treatment Area) (See Figure C-3)
  Casualty Decontamination (Patient Disposition Point) (See Figure C-3)
  Casualty Decontamination (General Patient Decontamination Considerations)
APPENDIX D DEPARTMENT-OF-DEFENSE RESPONSE AGENCIES
  General
  Response Agencies
APPENDIX E TECHNICAL REACH-BACK CAPABILITIES
  Background
  National Response Center (NRC) and Chemical/Biological Hotline (1-800-424-8802)
  Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
  Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI) (301) 295-0316 or (301) 295-0530; FAX (301) 295-0227
  US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) (1-888-USA-RIID)
  US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (1-800-424-8802)
  National Domestic Preparedness Office (NDPO) (202) 324-8186
APPENDIX F DEPARTMENT-OF-DEFENSE INSTALLATION FORCE-PROTECTION PLANNING CONSIDERATION
  Background
  AT/FP planning process
APPENDIX G RESPONSE TO TOXIC INDUSTRIAL-MATERIALS EVENTS
  Background
  TIM-Operations Planning
  TIM Information-Management Resources
  Protective-Action-Zones (PAZ) Determination
  Vulnerability Mitigation
  TIM Precautions
  Risk-Management Summary
APPENDIX H FEDERAL RESPONSE PLAN FOR A TERRORISM-INCIDENT RESPONSE
  Background
  Policies
  Situation
  Concept of Operations
  Responsibilities
  Funding Guidelines
APPENDIX I FEDERAL RESPONSE-PLAN SUMMARY FOR EMERGENCY-SUPPORT FUNCTIONS
  Background
  Concept of Operations
REFERENCES
GLOSSARY
AUTHENTICATION
FIGURES I-1 Tokyo Nerve-Agent Incident
  I-2 DOD Response to WMD Incident
  I-3 CM Foreign Response
  II-1 JTF-CS C2 Structure
  II-2 Notional CM JTF
  II-3 Components of the ICS
  IV-1 Graduated-Response Overview
  IV-2 Emergency-Department Treatment of Contaminated Patients
  B-1 Level A Protection
  B-2 Level B Protection
  B-3 Level C Protection
  B-4 Level D Protection
  C-1 Establishing Safety Zones at a Hazardous-Materials Incident Scene
  C-2 Sample Personnel Decontamination-Station Layout
  C-3 Sample of a Casualty Decontamination Corridor Layout
  D-1 CB-RRT Capabilities
  D-2 CBIRF Organizational Structure
  D-3 CBIRF Incident Site Organization
  D-4 WMD-CST Organization
  F-1 AT Planning and Response Elements
  F-2 AT Planning Considerations (OPLAN Format)
  H-1 Relationship Between Crisis Management and CM
  H-2 Relationship Among Federal Agencies Under PDD-39
  H-3 Multiagency Crisis-Management Structures
  H-4 FBI JOC Structure
  H-5 Preincident CM
  H-6 Trans-Incident CM
  H-7 Postincident CM
  H-8 Relationships Among Federal Plans to Implement PDD-39
TABLES II-1 ICS and JTF Staff Counterparts
  B-1 Protection-In-Place Options
  G-1 Example Hazard-Response Guide (Mixed Load/Unidentified Cargo)
  I-1 Emergency-Support-Function Designation Matrix

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