Appendix C

Frameworks of the CBDP Enterprise Elements

JRO-CBRND: Operational Elements and Functional Capabilities.

Joint CBRN Defense Concept


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Appendix C Frameworks of the CBDP Enterprise Elements JRO-CBRND: Operational Elements and Functional Capabilities. Joint CBRN Defense Concept SHAPE Provides the ability to characterize the CBRN hazard to the force commander develop a clear understanding of the current and predicted CBRN situation; collect and assimilate info from sensors, intelligence, medical, etc., in near real time to inform personnel, provide actual and potential impacts of CBRN hazards; envision critical SENSE, SHIELD and SUSTAIN end states (preparation for operations); visualize the sequence of events that moves the force from its current state to those end states. SUSTAIN The ability to SHIELD The capability to conduct decontamination and shield the force from harm medical actions that enable the caused by CBRN hazards by quick restoration of combat preventing or reducing power, maintain/recover individual and collective AIN SH essential functions that are free exposures, applying prophylaxis IEL ST from the effects of CBRN to prevent or mitigate negative SU hazards, and facilitate the return physiological effects, and D to pre-incident operational SHAPE protecting critical equipment. capability as soon as possible. SENSE SENSE The capability to continually provide the information about the CBRN situation at a time and place by detecting, identifying, and quantifying CBRN hazards in air, water, on land, on personnel, equipment or facilities. This capability includes detecting, identifying, and quantifying those CBRN hazards in all physical states (solid, liquid, gas). 119 Figure App C

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120 APPENDIX C JRO-CBRND: Operational Elements and Functional Capabilities. Sense Sustain Biological Point Detection Biological Therapeutics Biological Standoff Detection Chemical Therapeutics CBRN Reconnaissance Equipment Contamination Chemical Point Detection Mitigation Chemical Standoff Detection Fixed Site Contamination Field Analytics Mitigation Medical Diagnostics Hazardous Waste Control Radiological Point Detection Personnel Contamination Radiological Standoff Mitigation Detection Radiological Therapeutics Remains Disposition Shape Operating Environment Shield Analysis Biological Prophylaxis Operating Environment Mgmt Respiratory and Ocular Systems Protection Integrated Early Warning Chemical Prophylaxis Medical Surveillance Expeditionary Collective Methods of Control Protection Fixed Site Collective Protection Percutaneous Protection Radiological Prophylaxis JPEO-CBD: Product Acquisition Areas Joint Program Manager (JPM) Information Systems (JPM-IS) JPM Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Contamination Avoidance (JPM-NBC CA) JPM Biological Defense (JPM-BD) JPM Chemical and Biological Medical Systems (JPM-CBMS) JPM Transformational Medical Technologies JPM Individual Protection (JPM-IP) JPM Collective Protection (JPM-ColPro) JPM Decontamination (JPM-Decon) JPM Guardian (JPM-Guardian)

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APPENDIX C 121 JSTO-CBD: Strategic Thrusts and Supporting Enablers Disease Surveillance, Threat Detection and Point of Need Diagnostics Broad-Spectrum Detection Fieldable Dx Sequencing Molecular Recognition Host Response Exposure Prediction Functional Consequences Adaptive Medical Countermeasures and Technologies Vaccines Immune Modulators Bio-Prophylaxes Bio-Therapeutics Regulatory Sciences Mfg Technologies Threat Activity Sensing and Reporting Point Detection Agent Characterization Mathematical Recognition Transport & Dispersion Risk-Based Hazard Plots Agent Fate Rapid Response and Restoration Science and Technology Individual Protection Dynamic Adaptive Materials Simulation and Analysis Rapid Prototyping Decontamination Enablers Novel Threat Research Applied Math Tools Multifunctional Materials Flexible Design & Manufacturing Systems Biology

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