Army Chemical Review

SUMMER 2013

Army Chemical Review presents professional information about Chemical Corps functions related to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, smoke, flame, and civil support operations.

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Figure 1. JEM graphic output as displayed on the common operational picture, with inset showing available export fle types that warfghters can use to display a plume Training/Help Desk For more detailed information about CBRN information systems; instructions on how to obtain training, troubleshooting, and help desk support; and a list of upcoming training events, visit the Joint Acquisition CBRN Knowledge System Web site at . Conclusion JWARN and JEM are DOD-accredited programs that can be used independently or as integrated capabilities with mission command systems. The programs are currently felded on select Service and joint mission command systems. JEM is also available as a stand-alone capability throughout the Service and joint communities. As separate and distinct programs, JWARN and JEM provide CBRN warfghters with the unique capability to support operational commanders and staffs, allowing for detailed, time-sensitive situational awareness. Endnote: 1 ATP-45, Warning and Reporting and Hazard Prediction of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Incidents (Operator's Manual), North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1 July 2011. Sergeant First Class Watterson is a 74D CBRN specialist who is assigned as a materiel systems acquisition noncommissioned offcer with the Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. He is currently working toward a bachelor's degree in human resource management. Mr. Klaus is a protection operations specialist working as a capability developer with the Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Maneuver Support Center of Excellence. He holds a master's degree in security management from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri. 38 Army Chemical Review

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