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2008 Joint Chemical Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN)
Conference & Exhibition

“Enabling the Force at Home and Abroad”

24-26 June 2008


Fort Leonard Wood, MO



Onsite Agenda

Wednesday, June 25, 2008



Session 1: Homeland Defense and CBRN Consequence Management Baker Theater




o       COL James Brown, Chief, Force Protection, Mission Assurance Division, USNORTHCOM


         JTF Civil Support

o       LT Col J. Berrios, Joint Task Force Civil Support, USNORTHCOM


         Domestic Nuclear Detection Office

o       Dr. Chuck Gallaway, Deputy Director, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, DHS


         415th Chemical Brigade

o       BG Jim Cook, Commander




o       MAJ Stan Bacon, Operations Officer/Mission Commander, Chemical Biological incident Response Force, USMC


         PM Guardian

o       COL Mark Malatesta, Joint Program Manger for Guardian, JPEO CBD



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Thursday, June 26, 2008


Session 2: Joint CBRN Missions Baker Theater


         Keynote Address

o       Dr. G. Peter Nanos, Associate Director for Research and Development, DTRA


         OSD, SA CBD&CD

o       Mr. Jean Reed, Special Assistant for Chemical and Biological Defense and Chemical Demilitarization, OSD


         Joint Staff, Joint Requirements Office

o       COL Patrick Sharon, Deputy Director, Joint Requirements Office for CBRN Defense (J-8), The Joint Staff


         Joint Science & Technology Office

o       Mr. Fred Crowson, Chief, Physical Science and Technology Division, Joint Science & Technology Office for Chemical and Biological Defense, DTRA


         Joint T&E Executive

o       Ms. Janet Garber, Army Test & Evaluation Executive, and Joint Chemical and Biological Defense Test & Evaluation Executive


         JPEO CBD

o       MG Steve Reeves, Joint Program Executive Officer for Chemical Biological Defense


         BG Tom Spoehr, Commandant, US Army (CBRN School), TRADOC



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