Soldiers get up to speed on unique command


More than 50 Soldiers and civilians received first-hand information about a one-of-a-kind Army unit during their onboarding briefings Aug. 24 at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Leaders from the 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives (CBRNE) Command briefed new teammates who had arrived during the summer rotation season.

“I need each of you to understand both our multiple, and varied, missions as well as where you fit to accomplish those missions,” said Col. Adam Hilburgh, chief of staff from New York City. “We are a relatively new command and our missions are significant. We have responsibilities in the United States as well as overseas, and each of us plays a critical role.”

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Source: DVIDS