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News | March 25, 2022

DTRA’s Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction Security Cooperation Engagement Program continued their partnerships

By Jessica Lewis Defense Threat Reduction Agency

During this training, members from the Georgian Emergency Management Service, the State Security Service of Georgia, and the Georgian Ministry of Defense CBRN Defense Company gained operational familiarity with CBRN threats and learned essential individual and team skills for mitigation of CBRN incidents. 

Training was provided by a team of CBRN instructors at the premiere Field Live Chemical Agent Testing and Training Facility in the Czech Republic.  The instructors provided scenario-based training in both indoor and outdoor training areas which allowed personnel to conduct tests, detection, and decontamination drills in various training environments. 

Collaborating with our Georgian partners improves First Responder readiness and capabilities to respond to CBRN and WMD threats and increases the interoperability with the United States and other international partners, contributing to greater regional security.


DTRA provides cross-cutting solutions to enable the Department of Defense, the United States Government, and international partners to deter strategic attack against the United States and its allies; prevent, reduce, and counter WMD and emerging threats; and prevail against WMD-armed adversaries in crisis and conflict.  

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