The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS), USNORTHCOM is on the cover of Security & Border and CST/CBRNE Magazine. Mr. Jeff Theall, Branch Chief of the Information Technology Services Division as JTF-CS, writes about the deployment of the Mobile User Objective Service, a next-generation tactical satellite-based capability designed to give field commanders immediate communication when, where and in any condition.
Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan (middle), commander, US Army North (ARNORTH), Maj. Gen. William "Bill" Hall (left), commander, Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS), Maj. Gen. Steven Ainsworth (right), commander, 377th Theater Sustainment Command (TSC) and other commanders and stakeholders from the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Response Enterprise (CRE) met for a CRE Commander's Summit Feb. 26-27, 2019, at Joint Base San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. CRE commanders and senior leaders met to increase interoperability and unity of effort in the event of a crisis response. The participants of the summit included JTF-CS, Command and Control CRE-A (TF-76 (Army Reserve)), Command and Control CRE-B (Task Force-46 (Army National Guard)), Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (Marine Corps), Task Force 51, the 337th TSC and more. (Official DoD photo by Jesus Partida/released)
U.S. Army Sgt. Brandon Miller (left), Pfc. Karl Powell (middle)  and Cpl. Alexander Bishop (right), monitor simulated disaster data in the web-based Common Operational Picture at the Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) Joint Operations Center during Exercise Sudden Response 19 in Fayetteville, N.C., on January 26, 2019. Miller and Powell are geospatial engineers with the 543rd geospatial planning cell, and Bishop is multisystem channel maintainer with the 76th operational response command. (Official DoD photo by Staff. Sgt. Jeramy Moore/released)
The Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) Joint Operations Center during Exercise Sudden Response 19 in Fayetteville, N.C., on January 26, 2019. The week-long exercise is a critical training component for JTF-CS and various other units within JTF-CS, which deploys in response to nuclear disasters in the U.S. (Official DoD photo by Staff. Sgt. Jeramy Moore/released)
U.S. Army Col. Eric Oh (left), Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) director of operations, speaks with Erin Sutton (middle), City of Virginia Beach emergency manager, and Carolyn Holmes (right), JTF-CS interagency planner, during Exercise Sudden Response 19 in Fayetteville, N.C., Jan. 26. The weeklong exercise is a critical training component for JTF-CS and its training partners. The unit is a standing joint task force tasked to respond to a catastrophic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) event in the U.S. (Official DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Jeramy Moore/released)

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The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
The 36th Engineer Brigade is training up for defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) as members of the Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Force (DCRF). The 36th Engineer Brigade comprises a portion of the 5,200-person DCRF with a mission to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and facilitate recovery operations in the event of a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) event in the United States. Joint Task force Civil Support provides command and control of the DCRF for a disaster response and is always in support of civil authorities. This training by the 36th Engineer Brigade is another effort to prepare for its upcoming DSCA mission beginning in June. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Corey Maisch/released)
Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS), USNORTHCOM is on the cover of Security & Border and CST/CBRNE Magazine. Mr. Jeff Theall, Branch Chief of the Information Technology Services Division as JTF-CS, writes about the deployment of the Mobile User Objective Service, a next-generation tactical satellite-based capability designed to give field commanders immediate communication when, where and in any condition.
Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan (middle), commander, US Army North (ARNORTH), Maj. Gen. William "Bill" Hall (left), commander, Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS), Maj. Gen. Steven Ainsworth (right), commander, 377th Theater Sustainment Command (TSC) and other commanders and stakeholders from the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Response Enterprise (CRE) met for a CRE Commander's Summit Feb. 26-27, 2019, at Joint Base San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. CRE commanders and senior leaders met to increase interoperability and unity of effort in the event of a crisis response. The participants of the summit included JTF-CS, Command and Control CRE-A (TF-76 (Army Reserve)), Command and Control CRE-B (Task Force-46 (Army National Guard)), Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (Marine Corps), Task Force 51, the 337th TSC and more. (Official DoD photo by Jesus Partida/released)
U.S. Army Sgt. Brandon Miller (left), Pfc. Karl Powell (middle)  and Cpl. Alexander Bishop (right), monitor simulated disaster data in the web-based Common Operational Picture at the Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) Joint Operations Center during Exercise Sudden Response 19 in Fayetteville, N.C., on January 26, 2019. Miller and Powell are geospatial engineers with the 543rd geospatial planning cell, and Bishop is multisystem channel maintainer with the 76th operational response command. (Official DoD photo by Staff. Sgt. Jeramy Moore/released)
The Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) Joint Operations Center during Exercise Sudden Response 19 in Fayetteville, N.C., on January 26, 2019. The week-long exercise is a critical training component for JTF-CS and various other units within JTF-CS, which deploys in response to nuclear disasters in the U.S. (Official DoD photo by Staff. Sgt. Jeramy Moore/released)
U.S. Army Col. Eric Oh (left), Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) director of operations, speaks with Erin Sutton (middle), City of Virginia Beach emergency manager, and Carolyn Holmes (right), JTF-CS interagency planner, during Exercise Sudden Response 19 in Fayetteville, N.C., Jan. 26. The weeklong exercise is a critical training component for JTF-CS and its training partners. The unit is a standing joint task force tasked to respond to a catastrophic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) event in the U.S. (Official DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Jeramy Moore/released)
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FORT EUSTIS, Va. –Navy Command Master Chief Jeffrey Covington, senior enlisted leader, Joint Task Force Civil Support speaks with Army Command Sergeant Major, Ronald Orosz, senior enlisted leader, Army North inside Mullan Hall during a distinguished visitor event Jan 13, 2016. JTF-CS anticipates, plans and prepares for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear response operations. (Official DOD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Benjamin T. Liston)
FORT EUSTIS, Va. –Navy Command Master Chief Jeffrey Covington, senior enlisted leader, Joint Task Force Civil Support speaks with Army Command Sergeant Major, Ronald Orosz, senior enlisted leader, Army North inside Mullan Hall during a distinguished visitor event Jan 13, 2016. JTF-CS anticipates, plans and prepares... ...More
FORT EUSTIS, Va. – Marine Staff Sgt. Steve Cushamn, Public Affairs noncommissioned officer in charge, Joint Task Force Civil Support speaks with Army Command Sergeant Major, Ronald Orosz, senior enlisted leader, Army North inside Mullan Hall during a distinguished visitor event Jan 13, 2016. JTF-CS anticipates, plans and prepares for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear response operations. (Official DOD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Benjamin T. Liston)
FORT EUSTIS, Va. – Marine Staff Sgt. Steve Cushamn, Public Affairs noncommissioned officer in charge, Joint Task Force Civil Support speaks with Army Command Sergeant Major, Ronald Orosz, senior enlisted leader, Army North inside Mullan Hall during a distinguished visitor event Jan 13, 2016. JTF-CS anticipates, plans... ...More
FORT EUSTIS, Va. – Army Lt. Gen. Perry Wiggins, commander, U.S. Army North, speaks with Maj. Gen. William F. Roy, commander, Joint Task Force Civil Support Feb. 3, 2016. JTF-CS anticipates, plans and prepares for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear response operations. (Official DOD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Benjamin T. Liston)
FORT EUSTIS, Va. – Army Lt. Gen. Perry Wiggins, commander, U.S. Army North, speaks with Maj. Gen. William F. Roy, commander, Joint Task Force Civil Support Feb. 3, 2016. JTF-CS anticipates, plans and prepares for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear response operations. (Official DOD photo by Navy Petty... ...More
A standing shot of Mullan Hall, headquarters of Joint Task Force Civil Support
A standing shot of Mullan Hall, headquarters of Joint Task Force Civil Support
A standing shot of Mullan Hall, headquarters of Joint Task Force Civil Support
A standing shot of Mullan Hall, headquarters of Joint Task Force Civil Support
FORT EUSTIS, Va. –Navy Command Master Chief Jeffrey Covington, senior enlisted leader, Joint Task Force Civil Support speaks with Army Command Sergeant Major, Ronald Orosz, senior enlisted leader, Army North inside Mullan Hall during a distinguished visitor event Jan 13, 2016. JTF-CS anticipates, plans and prepares for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear response operations. (Official DOD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Benjamin T. Liston)
FORT EUSTIS, Va. – Marine Staff Sgt. Steve Cushamn, Public Affairs noncommissioned officer in charge, Joint Task Force Civil Support speaks with Army Command Sergeant Major, Ronald Orosz, senior enlisted leader, Army North inside Mullan Hall during a distinguished visitor event Jan 13, 2016. JTF-CS anticipates, plans and prepares for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear response operations. (Official DOD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Benjamin T. Liston)
FORT EUSTIS, Va. – Army Lt. Gen. Perry Wiggins, commander, U.S. Army North, speaks with Maj. Gen. William F. Roy, commander, Joint Task Force Civil Support Feb. 3, 2016. JTF-CS anticipates, plans and prepares for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear response operations. (Official DOD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Benjamin T. Liston)
A standing shot of Mullan Hall, headquarters of Joint Task Force Civil Support
A standing shot of Mullan Hall, headquarters of Joint Task Force Civil Support

Mullan Hall

JTF-CS headquarters was dedicated on June 14, 2012 in memory of U.S. Army Capt. Michael Dermott Mullan, who was one of the 343 New York City firefighters who died while responding to the 9-11 terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center. He was a decorated U.S. Army Reserve nurse, an emergency room nurse, and a New York City firefighter, cited for bravery. He died rescuing civilians and fellow firefighters trapped inside the adjacent Marriott Hotel to the South World Trade Center. As a first responder, Capt. Mullan was committed to saving lives while serving his country as a Citizen Soldier. That core principle is the backbone of Joint Task Force Civil Support. The dedication ceremony was attended here by more than 200 people to include his mother, Mrs. Theresa Mullan, his sister and brother, 24 New York City firefighters, local-area firefighters, a Virginia Delegate, a Congressman and others. He was remembered as a selfless, caring person; a Yankees fan; a great piano man; and a bit of a prankster who “was larger than life,” according to his fellow firefighters.

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