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Camp Statement

Go live Time : 25 September 2021, 10:09 PM
Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defence Task Force, NATO today faces a whole range of complex challenges and threats to its security. Current threats include the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and their delivery systems. Rapid advances in biological science and technology also continue to increase the bio-terrorism threat against NATO forces and populations. The Alliance needs to be prepared to prevent, protect and recover from WMD attacks or CBRN¹ events.

Highlights NATO’s Combined Joint CBRN Defence Task Force consists of the CBRN Joint Assessment Team and the CBRN Defence Battalion. The CBRN Defence Battalion is a NATO body specifically trained and equipped to deal with CBRN incidents and/or attacks against NATO populations, territory or forces. The Battalion trains not only for armed conflict, but also for deployment in crises, where it supports civilian authorities, such as natural disasters and industrial accidents. It falls under the authority of the Supreme Allied Commander Europe.

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