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13 Conclusion The objective of the 20th CBRNE Command is to provide the Army and the Nation with ready, reliable, and globally responsive CBRNE forces that are capable of leading and ex- ecuting CBRNE-related operations and activities, anytime and anywhere. Organizing 20th CBRNE Command capa- bilities into regionally aligned, scaled, and tailored CBRNE task forces is an important step in meeting the Nation's strategic guidance for this one-of-a-kind formation; and it provides our Army and our Nation with an improved solu- tion for delivering an integrated CBRNE capacity to meet expeditionary and campaign requirements. Endnotes: 1 "20th CBRNE Command," briefng, National Defense In- dustrial Association, 27 February 2015, , accessed on 24 March 2015. 2 Guidance–2013, pp. 2 and 5, , accessed on 23 April 2015. 3 Quadrennial Defense Review–2014, DOD, 4 March 2014, , accessed on 23 April 2015. 4 , p. 18, , accessed on 23 April 2015. 5 Force 2025 and Beyond: Unifed Land Operations—Win in a World, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, October 2014, , accessed on 23 April 2015 . 20th CBRNE, Web site, , accessed on 24 March 2015. Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 3025.21, Defense Support of Civilian Law Agencies, 27 February 2013. Presidential Policy Directive (PPD) 17, Countering - vised Explosive Devices, 14 June 2012. Quadrennial Defense Review Report, DOD, 6 February 2006. J. B. Burton is the U.S. Transitioning Executive Leader, Washingon, D.C. He is the 20th CBRNE Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. He holds a degree and General Staff College, U.S. Center, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and a degree in national security and strategic studies War College, Newport, Rhode Island. Colonel Burpo is the Deputy for 20th CBRNE He also serves as the deputy head of the of and Life Science, U.S. Military Point, New York. He holds a degree in engineering Stanford University, Stanford, Cali- fornia, and a doctor of science degree in bioengineering the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) served as an offcer for 24 years. Since his he has coauthored the U.S. of Security Preparedness facilitated national-level crisis in fve of the Soviet republics, served as the chief CBRN technical offcer in support of the Guardian and sup- ported the 20th CBRNE during exercises Jor- dan to South Korea. Figure 3. CBRNE Task Force 110 Summer 2015

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