This week, CBRNe Portal provided us with a comprehensive article discussing the changed in NATO’s priorities towards CBRN in NATO countries.
NATO’s efforts to counter terrorism include projects to develop and enhance capabilities that fill critical shortfalls and meet NATO’s priorities. The requirement for NATO to have access to its own dedicated CBRN Reachback has long been highlighted in various documents, including the 2009 NATO Comprehensive Strategic-Level Policy for Preventing the Proliferation of WMD and Defending Against CBRN Threats. At the Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defence Centre of Excellence (JCBRN Defence COE) in Vyškov, Czech Republic, NATO’s CBRN Reachback Element (RBE) and Reachback Operations Room has been established as a unique, integrated CBRN Reachback capability in support of NATO crisis response operations and planning.
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