Chemical Biological Incident Response Force
CBIRF News

U.S. Marines with Alpha Company, Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF), conduct proper decontamination procedures after extracting notional casualties from a simulated nuclear detonation training area during Scarlet Response 2022 at Guardian Centers of Georgia, Georgia, May 19, 2022. CBIRF Marines will bring casualties to decontamination tents, decontaminate and move them into a clean area for advanced medical care. Scarlet Response 2022 is designed to physically and mentally test CBIRF personnel and the unit’s joint partners, the 911th Technical Rescue Engineer Company, in a simulated joint disaster response. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kealii De Los Santos) - U.S. Marines with Alpha Company, Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF), conduct proper decontamination procedures after extracting notional casualties from a simulated nuclear detonation training area during Scarlet Response 2022 at Guardian Centers of Georgia, Georgia, May 19, 2022. CBIRF Marines will bring casualties to decontamination tents, decontaminate and move them into a clean area for advanced medical care. Scarlet Response 2022 is designed to physically and mentally test CBIRF personnel and the unit’s joint partners, the 911th Technical Rescue Engineer Company, in a simulated joint disaster response. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kealii De Los Santos)

Naval Support Facility Indian Head Annex Stump Neck, Maryland (February 1, 2022) - U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Michael E. Langley, Commanding General, Fleet Marine Force Atlantic, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, Marine Forces Northern Command (MARFOR NORTHCOM) visits Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF) aboard Naval Support Facility Indian Head Annex Stump Neck, Md. Lt. Gen. Langley toured the Downey Responder Training Facility to see what capabilities CBIRF has for Marines and Sailors. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Blakely Graham/Released) - Naval Support Facility Indian Head Annex Stump Neck, Maryland (February 1, 2022) - U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Michael E. Langley, Commanding General, Fleet Marine Force Atlantic, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, Marine Forces Northern Command (MARFOR NORTHCOM) visits Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF) aboard Naval Support Facility Indian Head Annex Stump Neck, Md. Lt. Gen. Langley toured the Downey Responder Training Facility to see what capabilities CBIRF has for Marines and Sailors. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Blakely Graham/Released)

District of Columbia, (Jan 11, 2022) – U.S. Marines from Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF) along with U.S. Army Soldiers from the 911th Technical Rescue Engineer Company participate in Joint technical rescue training using a trench trainer at the DC Fire Training Academy in Washington D.C. on January 11, 2022. CBIRF trains with various units and locations year-round in order to maintain maximum effectiveness for both the unit itself, and everyone else in the CBRNE mission set. Technical rescue is a vital component of CBRNE response, as Marines and Soldiers could potentially have to stabilize structures to provide aid. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Kristian S. Karsten/Released) - District of Columbia, (Jan 11, 2022) – U.S. Marines from Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF) along with U.S. Army Soldiers from the 911th Technical Rescue Engineer Company participate in Joint technical rescue training using a trench trainer at the DC Fire Training Academy in Washington D.C. on January 11, 2022. CBIRF trains with various units and locations year-round in order to maintain maximum effectiveness for both the unit itself, and everyone else in the CBRNE mission set. Technical rescue is a vital component of CBRNE response, as Marines and Soldiers could potentially have to stabilize structures to provide aid. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Kristian S. Karsten/Released)