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Chemical Biological Incident Response Force

 

Chemical Biological Incident Response Force

U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command

Indian Head, MD
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The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)
The course is a three-week program that provides approximately 145 hours of classroom , practical applications, and individual and team testing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive disciplines that meet federal requirements.The course ensures that every member of the command is qualified to conduct basic search and rescue operations in a contaminated environment. After graduating the course, each Marine and Sailor will be qualified to enter a contaminated area, search the area, proved emergency first aid, and provide assistance to non-ambulatory patients.Regardless of their jobs, or military occupational specialty, every Marine with CBIRF is required to complete the course, making the unit uniquely qualified to respond with minimal warning to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) threat. (Official USMC Photos Cpl. Maverick Mejia./ Released)