While wearing MOPP Level 4 gear a test player prepares to use a ROCS auto-injector on a simulated causality.
Aerial photo of Ellume's new Fredrick, MD diagnostics manufacturing facility.
CBRND leadership speak on a panel at the 2021 CBRN Defense Conference
CBRND leadership speak on a panel at the 2021 CBRN Defense Conference
Soldiers wear the M53A1 respirator with the ST-54 Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and Combination System Powered Air Purifying Respirator (CS-PAPR).
syringes loaded with COVID vaccines sit in a yellow pan ready to be administered
A servicemember sits in a yellow shirt in front of a table of red and blue testing vials. Covi
In the foreground a hand holding an orange sticker that says "I got my vaccine". In the background there are three medical personnel wearing personal protective equipment.
Two masked women service members are in the photo. One servicemember is giving the other a COVID-19 vaccination in her upper arm.
Two uniformed service members are in a tent. One wears PPE and a faceshield, while they use a nasal swab to collect a COVID-19 sample from the other Service member in uniform.
A group of Servicemembers and civilians stand in front of the Joint Biological Agent Decontamination System (JBADS).
American flags against a blue sky background
Five soldiers and Airmen wearing fatigues stand in a circle in a staging facility and talk.
A group of soldiers stand in a group and await orders as the sun rises overhead.
Three soldiers patrol a grassy landscape at dawn
3 soldiers climb a hill at daybreak
The South Carolina National Guard Medical Command receives its first shipment of COVID-19 Moderna vaccinations at McEntire Joint National Guard Base, South Carolina, Dec. 22, 2020. The South Carolina National Guard is a Moderna Department of Defense (DoD) vaccine pilot program state and is provided a limited DoD allocation for South Carolina National Guard Soldiers and Airmen to have the opportunity to voluntarily take the vaccine. The South Carolina National Guard remains ready to support the counties, local and state agencies and first responders with requested resources for as long as needed in support of COVID-19 response efforts in the state.
Crystal Tyler, pharmacy technician, prepares an injection for an Operation Warp Speed patient volunteer at Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, November 16, 2020. BAMC and Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center are participating in the Phase III trial to evaluate the vaccine under development by AstraZeneca as part of a national initiative to accelerate the development, production and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics.
The NBCRV SSU integrated six CBRN sensors with communications equipment, unmanned aerial vehicles, unmanned ground vehicles, and computing equipment.
A U.S. Marine assigned to Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Defense School, wears his M50 joint service general-purpose mask during a field training exercise at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., May 11, 2016. CBRN training teaches Marines how to utilize their issued gear enabling them to survive in a chemical environment.