The United States Army Chemical Corps trains Soldiers to counter the entire range of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear threats. The CBRN school is located in Fort Leonard Wood, Mississippi. The school trains Joint and International servicemembers, supports unit training and develops multi-service and Army doctrine. It builds the future CBRN force and is the Joint Combat Developer for the Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Program.
The United States Army Chemical Corps is capable of countering the entire range of CBRN threats and effects in order to protect our Nation. Through extensive CBRN training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, Soldiers learn the importance of the CBRN Corps, train on equipment used to detect and decontaminate CBRN threats and develop into knowledgeable leaders capable of training others on the importance of the CBRN mission.