US Army Chemical School
The U.S. Army Chemical School Doctrine Division is responsible for Joint, Multiservice and Army doctrine development for operations related to NBC contamination avoidance, protection, and decontamination as well as smoke, flame and flame. The division revises and develops doctrine and training literature programs for both NBC staff officers at all levels of command and for chemical units supporting those commands from company to chemical brigade levels.
The division also reviews doctrine from other proponents to ensure NBC and smoke are integrated and concepts are current. Coordinates USACMLS, TRADOC, and Army actions on both NATO and ABCA international standardization agreements dealing with NBC issues and ensures their accuracy and implementation of ratified agreements.
The mission of the U.S. Army Chemical School is to protect the force and allow the Army to fight and win against an NBC threat; develop doctrine, equipment and training for NBC defense which serve as a deterrent to ANY adversary possessing weapons of mass destruction; and provide the Army with the combat multipliers of smoke, obscurant, and flame capabilities.
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