D
Acronyms and Abbreviations


AC

cyanide

ACADA

automatic chemical agent/detector alarm

ACPLA

agent-containing particle per liter of air

ACTD

advanced concept technology demonstration

AOR

area of responsibility


BAL

British Anti-Lewisite

BDO

battle dress overgarment

BW

biological warfare

BZ

3-quinuclidinyl benzilate


C3

command, control, and communications

CA

contamination avoidance

CANA

convulsant antidote for nerve agent

CB

chemical and biological

CBD

Chemical and Biological Defense (Joint Program)

CBIRF

Chemical and Biological Incident Response Force

CBR-D

chemical, biological, and radiological defense

CBRE

chemical, biological, radiological, and environmental

CBRNE

chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high yield explosive

CBW

chemical and biological warfare

CDC

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CFFC

Commander, Fleet Forces Command



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Naval Forces’ Defense Capabilities Against Chemical and Biological Warfare Threats D Acronyms and Abbreviations AC cyanide ACADA automatic chemical agent/detector alarm ACPLA agent-containing particle per liter of air ACTD advanced concept technology demonstration AOR area of responsibility BAL British Anti-Lewisite BDO battle dress overgarment BW biological warfare BZ 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate C3 command, control, and communications CA contamination avoidance CANA convulsant antidote for nerve agent CB chemical and biological CBD Chemical and Biological Defense (Joint Program) CBIRF Chemical and Biological Incident Response Force CBR-D chemical, biological, and radiological defense CBRE chemical, biological, radiological, and environmental CBRNE chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high yield explosive CBW chemical and biological warfare CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CFFC Commander, Fleet Forces Command

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Naval Forces’ Defense Capabilities Against Chemical and Biological Warfare Threats CNAC Center for Naval Analyses Corporation CNO Chief of Naval Operations CNR Chief of Naval Research COMNAVAIRLANT Commander, Naval Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet COMNAVAIRPAC Commander, Naval Air Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet COMUSNAVCENT Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command CONOPS concept of operations CONUS continental United States COTS commercial off-the-shelf CPO chemical protective overgarment CPS Collective Protection System CST civil support team CTF 73 Commander, Task Force 73 CW chemical warfare CWDD chemical weapon directional detector DARPA Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DDG U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer (designation) DIAL differential absorption LIDAR DISC differential scattering DOD Department of Defense DOE Department of Energy DOTMLPF doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership, personnel, and facilities DS2 diethylenetriamine, 2-methoxyethanol, and sodium hydroxide DSB Defense Science Board DTRA Defense Threat Reduction Agency ECBC Edgewood Chemical and Biological Command ELISA enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay EM electromagnetic ExCEL Excellence through Commitment to Education and Learning FBE F Fleet Battle Experiment Foxtrot FCBC Field Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties FDA Food and Drug Administration FD-EPMU forward-deployable, environmental and preventive medicine unit FMF fleet Marine force FTIR Fourier transform infrared FY fiscal year

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Naval Forces’ Defense Capabilities Against Chemical and Biological Warfare Threats GAO General Accounting Office GB sarin GD soman GF cyclosarin GPS Global Positioning System HAZMAT hazardous material HD mustard HEPA high-efficiency particulate air (filter) HQMC Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps HSI hyperspectral imaging I&W indications and warnings IMS ion mobility spectrometry IND Investigational New Drug/Vaccine IPDS improved point detection system IPE individual protective equipment IR infrared JBPDS joint biological point detection system JCAD joint chemical agent detector JCBAWM joint chemical/biological agent water monitor JCE joint chemical ensemble JPO-BD Joint Program Office for Biological Defense JSCESS joint Service contaminated environment survival suit JSFSD Joint Services Fixed Site Decontamination JSLSCAD joint service lightweight standoff chemical agent detector JSPGM Joint Services Program JSSED Joint Services Sensitive Equipment Decontamination JTF/CS Joint Task Force/Civil Support JVAP Joint Vaccine Acquisition Program JWARN Joint Warning and Reporting Network L lewisite lidar light detection and ranging MARCORSYSCOM Marine Corps Systems Command MCBC Medical Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties MCCDC Marine Corps Combat Development Command MCM mine countermeasures

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Naval Forces’ Defense Capabilities Against Chemical and Biological Warfare Threats MEB Marine expeditionary brigade MEB(AT) Marine Expeditionary Brigade (Anti-terrorism) MEU(SOC) Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) MOPP mission-oriented protective posture MS mass spectrometry MSI multispectral imaging NAPPB nerve agent pretreatment pyridostigmine bromide N095 OPNAV, Director of Naval Reserve N3 OPNAV, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Plans, Policy & Operations) N4 OPNAV, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Logistics) N70 OPNAV, Warfare Integration N70CP OPNAV, Office of Counter-Proliferation N91 OPNAV, Director of Navy Test and Evaluation and Technology Requirements NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization NAVCENT Navy Component, Central Command NAVFAC Naval Facilities Engineering Command NAVSEA Naval Sea Systems Command NBC nuclear, biological, and chemical NIH National Institutes of Health NMRC Naval Medical Research Center NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NORTHCOM U.S. Northern Command (Homeland Security) NRL Naval Research Laboratory NSF National Science Foundation NWDC Navy Warfare Development Command OCONUS outside the continental United States OJCS Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff ONI Office of Naval Intelligence ONR Office of Naval Research OPNAV Office of the Chief of Naval Operations OSD Office of the Secretary of Defense 2-PAM pralidoxime chloride PB pyridostigmine bromide PCR polymerase chain reaction

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Naval Forces’ Defense Capabilities Against Chemical and Biological Warfare Threats QDR Quadrennial Defense Review R&D research and development RADIAC radiation detection, indication, and computation RDA research, development, and acquisition RDT&E research, development, testing, and evaluation RSCAAL remote sensing chemical agent alarm S&T science and technology SAW surface acoustic wave SCPE shipboard collective protection equipment SECNAV Secretary of the Navy SORTS Status of Resources and Training System SRBSDS short-range biological detector system SWAT special weapons and tactics team T&E testing and evaluation TARA Technology Area Review and Assessment (panel) TIC toxic industrial chemical TIM toxic industrial material TRAC Threat Reduction Advisory Committee TTPs tactics, techniques, and procedures UAV unmanned aerial vehicle UGV unmanned ground vehicle USAF U.S. Air Force USAMRICD U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense USAMRIID U.S. Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases USD(AT&L) under secretary of defense for acquisition, technology, and logistics USJFCOM U.S. Joint Forces Command UV ultraviolet VIG vaccinia-immune globulin VX O-ethyl S-diisopropylaminoethyl methylphosphonothiolate WMD weapons of mass destruction YAG yttrium aluminum garnet

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Naval Forces’ Defense Capabilities Against Chemical and Biological Warfare Threats