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The program was launched in 2008 as a joint venture between the department and the firm to develop technology to protect against chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives (CBRNE) threats to military personnel and civil support teams.
The DR SKO program, in development since 2008, is a joint-service, Department of Defense initiative centered on CBRNE threat detection systems that will be utilized by the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Civil Support Teams.
The Pennsylvania National Guard operates a state Civil Support Team that specializes in response to nuclear, biological, radiological or chemical attacks, as well as the region's Homeland Response Force, which could be called to oversee civil-support operations during certain large-scale disasters.
Active citizenship and civil support are important now.
At its core, CCMRF is about "Americans helping Americans" when civil support and National Guard forces have been overwhelmed.
The authors also encouraged local and state health departments to link with response partners such as the Civil Support Team of the National Guard and the Federal Emergency Management Agency for expertise in responding to radiation.
They said they were pleaed with her ambition to gain a considerable civil support for her potential candidacy.
Today, it is our Infantry squads who are disrupting enemy ambushes, clearing built-up areas, and conducting night patrols and stability and civil support operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.