CBRN AIT Drill Sergeant
Performs duties as a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Drill Sergeant in one of only two CBRN AIT companies in the Army; responsible for the discipline, morale, health and welfare of 120 Soldiers during a ten week training cycle; serves as a role model and leads Soldiers through the Soldierization process; provides instruction and training on Army Values, Physical Readiness Training, and Drill and Ceremony; reinforces 74D 10-level tasks training; inspects facilities and Soldiers to ensure compliance with regulations; conducts performance counseling and mentorship.
74D2O Operations Readiness NCO
Serves as the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Operations Readiness NCO in a M777A2 155MM Firing Battery assigned to the Regimental Field Artillery Squadron (RFAS) within 3d Cavalry Regiment comprised of 85 personnel; accountable for all unit level radiation and decontamination supplies and equipment including NBC masks and services; establishes unit level training plans for the Commander for individual tasks on Preventive maintenance, proper wear of equipment and suits and decontamination training; responsible for the accountability, professional development, training, counseling, morale, health and welfare of four Soldiers; responsible for the accountability and maintenance of all squad equipment worth over $500,000, including one Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV), and one trailer.
74D Unit NBC 74D2O
Serves as the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) NCO at Company level comprised of 100 personnel including two unit detachments for an additional 100 Soldiers; accountable for all unit level radiation and decontamination supplies and equipment including NBC masks and services; establishes unit level training plans for the commander for individual tasks on Preventive maintenance, proper wear of equipment and suits and decontamination training.
Serves as a CBRN Staff NCO of a specialized, rapid deployable, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Response Team (CRT), with a worldwide, no-notice mission to identify, sample, render safe, mitigate, package, and conduct Technical Escort of Chemical and Biological C/B material; supports the crisis and consequence management of (C/B) incidents for host nation, local, state, federal agencies, United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), and Theater Commanders; responsible for the health and welfare of two Soldiers.
NBC Operations NCO
Senior NCO in charge of all NBC operations in an Area Support Group consisting of four geographically remote Base Support Battalions; responsible for planning and implementing NBC operational contingencies for over 2,000 soldiers; responsible for fielding new NBC equipment, monitoring NBC training, and conducting NBC command inspections; principal assistant for the day to day logistical operations of the group and reporting procedures supporting four communities of over 40,000 civilian and military personnel.
74D3O/Brigade CBRN NCOIC
Serves as Brigade NCOIC for all Chemical Biological Radioactive Nuclear (CBRN) operations in support of 332nd Medical Brigade. Responsible for planning and implementing CBRN operational contingencies for Brigade Headquarters company of 163 soldiers. Provides advice on all CBRN operations and hazards for Brigade of over 1,800 soldiers. Maintains CBRN equipment worth over one million dollars.
Team Leader of a four Soldier Biological Detection team
Team Leader of a four Soldier Biological Detection team; trains and mentors detection team in performance of their duties; maintains accountability and operation ability of the team detection suites, support vehicle, and other team equipment and supplies; maintains proficiency in Biological Integrated Systems operator skills. Additionally is responsible for the tracking of Soldier drivers training, mileage and detachment dispatches, and the maintenance of 7 BIDS vehicles and 7 support trucks in excess of 20.5 million dollars worth of equipment. Reports Biological Detection System (BIDS) status, fuel reports, and training schedules.
Operations NCO (BCT)/74D3O
Operations NCO for an Initial Military Training company that trains more than 720 Soldiers annually; prepares training schedules; maintains and reports the daily status of up to 240 trainees; manages all daily company administrative matters to include legal matters; coordinates all taskings from higher headquarters; in and out processes up to 240 Soldiers for each ten week cycle; maintains Resident Individual Training Management System (RITMS) and Digital Training Management System (DTMS); schedules and manages make-up training to ensure trainees meet graduation requirements.
Serves as the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) NCO a Battalion comprised of over 1,100 Soldiers and civilian employees; serves as the military education advisor to the Command Sergeant Major; responsible for coordinating Professional Military Education (PME) for a HQs Command comprised of 13 Command Directorates, a BN HQs, two companies and centers; coordinates and synchronizes logistical and administrative support among subordinate units, garrison activities, and host nation agencies to expedite training readiness, serves as a Platoon Sergeant responsible for the readiness, wellness, and discipline of 52 Soldiers.
Served as the CBRN NCO for a forward stationed Patriot Air Defense Artillery fire battery with a contingency mission in the EUCOM area of operations; responsible for planning and implementing CBRN operational contingencies for 72 Soldiers; develops and supervises CBRN equipment fielding and training; responsible for the accountability, professional development, training, counseling, morale, health and welfare of three Soldiers and their Families; maintains the serviceability, accountability, and readiness of all assigned support equipment valued in excess of $1,000,000.
74D40 CBRN STAFF NCO
Served as the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) NCO in a worldwide deployable Maneuver Fires and Effects Military Police Battalion in support of FORSCOM contingency operations; responsible for planning, conduct, and evaluate individuals on collective CBRN training and provide technical advice on all CBRN operations and hazards to the battalion commander; performed duties as the battalion schools NCO and was accountable for the oversight of the Battalion S3 training section consisting of CBRN, land & ammo, schools, electronic warfare sections, and the battalion short range calendars; responsible for the health and welfare of 3 NCOs.
Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear NCO
Served as the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear NCO for a Cavalry Troop in support of an Armored Reconnaissance Squadron for an Armored Brigade Combat Team located 25 Kilometers from the Demilitarized Zone in the Republic of Korea; responsible for planning and implementing CBRN operational contingencies for 108 Soldiers; responsible for new CBRN equipment fielding, monitoring CBRN training and conducting CBRN command inspections; responsible for the accountability, professional development, training, counseling, morale, health and welfare of one Soldier; responsible for the serviceability, accountability and readiness of all assigned support equipment valued in excess of $625,000.
Serves as a Squad Leader for 59th Chemical Company; responsible for the accountability, training, supervision, health and welfare of seven Soldiers and their Family members; responsible for the maintenance and accountability of two Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance System vehicles and ancillary equipment valued at over $6 million; prepares the squad for all peacetime and combat missions through personal and professional development of Soldiers.
Serves as Squad leader for Recon Platoon, for the 128th Chemical Company and is responsible for the accountability, training, supervision, health and welfare of all lower enlisted; assists the Platoon Sergeant with all matters pertaining to platoon training, leadership, and readiness.
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) NCO (74D20L5)
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) NCO responsible for the training, welfare, readiness, and professional development of 5 Soldiers in the concept of chemical detection, sampling, identification, and marking of NBC contamination; supervises maintenance and accountability of two M93A1P1 Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Reconnaissance vehicles and ancillary equipment valued at $9 million; assists the Squad Leader in the planning, preparation, and conduct of peacetime and combat missions by providing technical guidance and advice on all CBRN operations and hazards to the command team.
Decon Platoon SGT 74D4O
Supervised a twenty one person Warrior Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) decontamination platoon; planned/ conducted CBRN decontamination and Mass Casualty Decontamination (MCD) Missions; determined the training needs and requirements of the platoon; responsible for ensuring squad has been fully trained for every mission; conducted PCCs and PCIs prior to every mission: supervise Squad Leaders on the PMCS of squad MTOE equipment to include various CBRN detection equipment and vehicles.
Recon Platoon SGT 74D4O
Assists in the supervision of a forty man Warrior Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) reconnaissance platoon; assisted in the planning/conducting CBRN reconnaissance and Search and Recovery (S&R) missions; assisted in determining the training needs and the requirements of the platoon; supervises the maintenance of assigned MTOE equipment to include various CBRN detection equipment and four Recon vehicles.
74D2P CBRN NCO
Served as the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear NCO for an Airborne Field Artillery Battalion in the 2nd Brigade Combat Team of the 82nd Airborne Division with the mission of immediate, no notice worldwide deployment; primary advisor to the Battalion Commander in matters pertaining to nuclear, biological and chemical warfare to include training, maintaining, and protection decontamination procedures for personnel and equipment; responsible for over $200,000 worth of equipment.
Serves as CBRN NCO for Alpha company, 188th Brigade Support Battalion; responsible for planning and implementing CBRN operational contingencies for 108 Soldiers; responsible for new CBRN equipment fielding, monitoring CBRN training and conducting CBRN command inspections; responsible for the accountability, professional development, training, counseling, morale, health and welfare of one Soldier; responsible for the serviceability, accountabilty and readiness of all assigned support equipment valued in excess of $150,000.
74D20 HRP Platoon Squad Leader
Squad Leader of a Hazarous Response Platoon assigned to a tactical chemical battalion; responsible for leading, developing, training, and the health and welfare of five enlisted Soldiers in support of the Global War on Terrorism and Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction (C-WMD); responsible for the accountability and maintenance of all squad equipment worth over $295,000, including three Light-Medium Tactical Vehicles (LMTV), two trailers, two M-26 Lightweight Decontamination Apparatuses and two 125 Gallon Per Minute Pumps (GPM).
74D2O CBRN NCO
CBRN NCO for a worldwide-deployable, 110 Soldier, Combat Engineer Sapper Company attached to 5th Engineer BDE in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom; supervises the company's CBRN training and maintenance programs, trains company CBRN Teams, conducts CBRN training and command inspections; assists in the planning and execution of all the company's NBC training, advises the company commander on tactical NBC situations; accountable for over $625,000 worth of equipment; Night TOC NCOIC for all field exercises and OIF deployment.
Brigade CBRNE and Force Protection NCOIC
Brigade CBRNE and force protection NCOIC for the 45th Sustainment Brigade with a world-wide deployment posture with two active duty Battalions primarily responsible for advising the commander and subordinate units on all aspects of CBRNE warfare including the employment of CBRNE assets as well as tactics, techniques and procedures for training, equipment readiness and logistics.
Brigade CBRN S-3 NCOIC
Serves as the Brigade CBRN S-3 NCOIC of a Heavy Brigade Combat Team; responsible for establishing and supervising Brigade CBRN training, battle tracks and plots all CBRN information during combat operations, and missions as a Tactical Operations Center (TOC) Operations NCOIC; advises and estimates the CBRN defensive posture; advises and assists units with CBRN maintenance, accountability for seven CBRN sections; monitors CBRN readiness for subordinate units through command inspections; training evaluations. Supervises five NCO's ensuring quality control within the Brigade Schools; Defense Travel Services (DTS); Daily S3 Operations and Logistics
Chemical Operations NCO MOS 74D2O
Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear (CBRN) NCO in support of 44 Soldier Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Company in direct support of Headquarters, United States Army Garrison, 3rd Infantry Division & Fort Stewart; provides training, advice, and supervision regarding proper use and procedures for all CBRN operations at company separate level; accountable for over $3,150,000 of CBRN equipment and administrative assets; responsible for the supervision, combat training, discipline, safety, health and welfare of 4 Soldiers.
74D2O CBRN NCO
CBRN NCO for a worldwide-deployable, 163-man, Stryker-equipped, Infantry Battalion; supervises the company's CBRN training and maintenance programs, trains company CBRN Teams, conducts CBRN training and command inspections; assists in the planning and execution of all the company's NBC training, advises the company commander on tactical NBC situations.
74D30 CBRN Specialist
Lead and conduct CBRN Reconnaissance and surveillance; lead and perform decontamination operations; lead and conduct obscuration operations; conduct CBRN sensitive site exploitation; and operate, perform operator maintenance on assigned CBRN defense and individual CBRN protective equipment; plan, conduct and evaluate CBRN training and provide technical advice on all CBRN operations and hazards for the company.
Member of a highly specialized team with a worldwide, no-notice mission to identify, sample, render safe, mitigate, package and conduct technical escort of chemical and biological (C/B) material; support the crisis/consequence management of C/B incidents for host nations, local, state and federal agencies, and theater combatant commanders; responsible for the training, welfare, and professional development of 2 soldiers and the maintenance and accountability of $600,000 worth of team equipment.
Squad Leader for BIDS Company
Serves as Squad Leader for the Biological Integrated Detection System (BIDS) Company; responsible for the supervision, combat training, morale, discipline, safety, health and welfare of seven Soldiers; accountable for the utilization of two M1097A2 trucks, two M1113 trucks, one 10 kw generator, one trailer, and equipment valued over 3 million dollars.
Battalion NBC supervisor
Serves as Battalion NBC supervisor; supervises and monitors all Nuclear, Biological and Chemical training within the organization; ensures operational readiness, improved inspection results and directly responsible for over $75,000 worth of equipment; serves as primary advisor to supervising personnel; monitors and evaluates NBC teams; develops and implements unit Standard Operating Procedures; provides pre-deployment and deployment NBC equipment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom; leads and manages NBC teams through comprehensive and intensive training programs and provides guidance to newly assigned personnel; provides security for personnel and convoy protection; serves as HAZMAT certifier for the Central Command Area of Operation.
74D1O/2O CBRN NCO
o Provide technical advice and assistance to the commander on chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) operations.
o Monitor CBRN defense training, operations, and equipment maintenance.
o Conduct quarterly unit assessments of CBRN operations.
o Train primary and alternate operators for all CBRN defense equipment (CDE) and a 27 member decontamination (DECON) team.
o Establish a training program to train operators/teams in detection/ DECON operations, operation/ maintenance of assigned CDE and to train unit personnel on all aspects of CBRN defense.
o Ensure requisite CBRN material is on hand or on requisition, in serviceable condition, and complete with publications.
o Train all assigned personnel in the proper use and maintenance of CBRN equipment.
o Maintain a float of 5 percent above the authorizations of designated chemical defense items. This applies to the following items: protective masks, overgarments, footwear covers/over-boots, and chemical protective gloves.
o Stock a 10 percent overage of repair parts for CDE for contingencies and 5 percent overage for training.
o Maintain accurate records for shelf-life items to ensure that oldest items are used first and requisition replacement items six months before items expire.
o Establish a system to monitor lot numbers, dates of manufacture, and expiration dates of shelf-life items.
o Turn in shelf-life status reports to the Battalion CBRN Noncommissioned Officer monthly.
o Use the highest possible priority to requisition CDE necessary for individual survival.
o Maintain accountability and ensure proper use, storage, and maintenance of CDE in accordance with (IAW) appropriate technical manuals, regulations, and directives.
o Conduct periodic inspections of operator maintenance to ensure compliance with applicable technical publications.
o Conduct organizational maintenance as required by applicable technical publications.
o Maintain functional files, publications, and maintenance documents IAW AR 350-42, DA PAM 310-13, and FB Reg 700-2, and DA PAM 738-750.
o Ensure that equipment is calibrated and certified as required by TB 43-180 and applicable technical publications.
o Maintain the units contingency CBRN defense stocks and equipment IAW FB REG 700-2.
o Train CBRN teams as outlined in Ft. Bliss CIR 350-4 to include cross-training of teams and individual team members.
o Ensure service members appropriately, use, store, and maintain CDE.
o Perform organizational level maintenance of CBRN equipment and establish/maintain a CBRN room IAW established regulations.