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  1. 91st Civil Support Team(Weapons of Mass Destruction) LTC Brian J. Murphy, Commander unclassified

  2. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) • Development of the CST • Designed to fill a critical gap in emergency response capability with regard to WMD-CBRN • Conception and funding began in late 1990’s • Integrate into the Incident Command System(ICS) • 100% federally funded. NO local/state cost for training, deployment or support. unclassified

  3. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) CST Response Sectors and Team Locations unclassified

  4. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Team Composition Command Group- Commander, Deputy Commander, First Sergeant Operations Group- Operations Officer, Senior Noncommissioned Officer(Modeler), Training Noncommissioned Officer Medical Group- Physician Assistant, Medical Operations Officer Science Group- Science Officer, Medical Noncommissioned Officer(EMT) Communications Group- Two Communication Noncommissioned Officers Administration - Personnel Noncommissioned Officer Logistics –Noncommissioned Officer Survey Group- Survey Team Leader, 7 Survey Noncommissioned Officers unclassified

  5. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Total-22 full time Active Duty Guard Personnel(Army and Air National Guard) 15 different Military Specialties(MOS/AFSC) unclassified

  6. XX XX CCMRF SAD / T32 FORCES CBIRF CERFP … CST MILITARY CBRNE RESPONSE FORCES State Response Federal Response AVAILABLE FORCES CBRNE Consequence Management Response Force (T10 Joint) Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (USMC) Joint National Guard CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Package - ARNG Div (C2) - TF Response - Decon/Security - TF Medical - Triage/Treat/Care - TF Support - Trans/Log Spt Civil Support Team (National Guard) - 450-500 personnel - Detection/Identification - Casualty Search/Rescue - Decontamination - Emergency Medical Care - Force Protection (1) - 200-300 PAX - Casualty Search/Rescue - Decontamination - Emergency Medical Care - Force Protection - HOT AND WARM ZONE (17) - 22 personnel -Detect/identification - HOT ZONE (57) unclassified FIRST 12 HOURS 12 – 24 HOURS 24 – 96 HOURS

  7. Civil Support Team Mission 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) • Identifying CBRNE agents and substances • Assess current and projected consequences • Advise on response measures • Assist with appropriate requests for additional support unclassified

  8. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Mission Categories Respond: •Suspicious Liquids/ Powder •Hospital Emergency room personnel ill •Hurricane Katrina Pre-deploy: •Special Events •Building and event center Air Monitoring •HAZMAT response Team for Governmental VIPs Assist: •Detection equipment operator-level training •Assist in design and execution of WMD terrorism related training exercises •Participate in combined civilian responder -military WMD exercises •Assist in vulnerability analysis and response planning for WMD terrorism unclassified

  9. Capabilities 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) • CBRN Hot Zone Entry • Detection and Identification • Sampling and Photo documentation • Crime scene preservation • Communications • Voice and Data-stand alone • Support Incident Command/response needs • On Scene Lab • CBRN identification on scene • Testing Rapid deployment capabilities via Army Rotary Wing Aviation • Other CST Characteristics • On Scene in 1-6 Hours, state wide • Plug and Play in Incident Command • Scalable, Split Operations Capable • Active and Passive Air Monitoring • Prepositioning for Large Scale Events • Detection in minutes –vs.-hours allowing informed decisions • on-scene, not after the fact unclassified

  10. TRAINING 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Over 2,200 hours CBRN Response Specialists 100% IFSAC Hazmat Technicians Nationally Registered Physician Assistant, EMT, and Military Combat Lifesaver Confined Space/ Collapsed Structure awareness (Technical Rescue Training with Phoenix Fire for selected team members scheduled for April 2012) Trained by Phoenix Fire, FEMA, NFA, DoD, FBI, DoE, US Army Chemical School, Army Medical Center and School, Universities, and Institutes unclassified

  11. Consequence Management Response 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) • Full response requires local, State and Federal assets • State Response includes National Guard • CST is a part of the State Response • Military support requires Total Force involvement unclassified

  12. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Response zones: 1 hour 2 hours 3 hours 4 Hours unclassified

  13. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) CBRN Hot Zone Entry • Kappler Level A and B • Drager SCBA • Drager BG4 CCBA • Military Issue • JSLIST • Hammer Suit • M40 Mask (APR) • AN/UDR 13 Dosimeter(Canberra) • Thermoluminescent Detectors (TLD) • ATNAA- Nerve agent antidote kits unclassified

  14. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Survey Equipment • Biological • Hand Held Assay (DoD BSK) • BT-550/650 • Dry Filter Unit (DFU) (Dry Air Sample Collection) • SpinCon (Wet Air Sample Collection) unclassified

  15. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Survey Equipment • Chemical • INFICON HAPSITE SMART (GC/MS) • HazMat ID (FTIR) • AREARAE & MULTIRAE Plus • M-22 / ICAM • M256 Kit • Ahura First Defender • RAID-M unclassified

  16. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Survey Equipment Radiological • AN/PDR-77 RADIAC Set • AN/VDR-2 RADIAC Meter • AN/UDR-13 Personal Dosimeter • identiFINDER – radiological isotope ID unclassified

  17. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Survey unclassified

  18. Unified Command Suite (UCS) 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) • Military HF/VHF, AM/FM Transceivers • VHF/UHF Base Station With Repeaters • Land Mobile Transceivers • ACU 1000 • INMARSAT B (UHF Voice/Data Satcom) • Commercial Ku Band Satcom • STE Secure Telephone • PC Workstations • Routers (Secure &Non-Secure) • Printer • Radio Remote Units • Secure Wi-Fi unclassified

  19. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Analytical Laboratory System (ALS) •Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer •Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) •Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) •Raman Spectrometer •Digital Melting Point Apparatus •Paper / Chemical Tests •Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) •Electrochemiluminescence (ECL) •Hand Held Assay (DoD) •Fluorescence Microscopy •Digital Photographic Microscope •Gamma Spectroscopy Blue- Chemical Red-biological Brown-radiological unclassified

  20. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Other capabilities –On Scene Hazard Modeling •HPAC –CBRN Medical Specialists •Can assist with First Responders •Provide critical medical knowledge –CBRN Decontamination Specialists •Can assist with First Responders •No capability for Mass Decontamination unclassified

  21. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD)Standby Support Missions • Tempe Block Party • Insight Bowl • Fiesta Bowl/BCS Bowl • Mesa Performing Arts Center, RNC Presidential Debate – 22 FEB 2012 • WM/Phoenix Open • PIR/NASCAR, Subway 500, Cobalt 500 • Presidential Visits • University of Phoenix Stadium • Davis-Monthan/Luke AFB Air Show Previous National Level Event Support: • World Series – 2001 • Salt Lake City, Utah Winter Olympics - 2002 • Presidential Debate - 2004 • Super Bowl – 2008 • MLB All Star Game - 2011 unclassified

  22. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD)Exercises: • Hawaii Maritime Exercise – MAY 2011 • Multi CST Exercise w/ Flagstaff Fire – SEP 2011 • Vigilant Guard/State Wide Exercise – NOV 2011 • Phoenix Fire HAZMAT Class – DEC 2011 • Mesa Fire & PD SWAT Decon Drill– DEC 2011 • 194th & 260th Fire Fighting Detachments – JAN & JUN 2012 • Tucson Fire HAZMAT Class – MAR 2012 • Mesa PD SWAT/Decon Exercise – APR 2012 • Tucson Full Scale Exercise – APR 2012 • Scottsdale PD SWAT/Decon Exercise – MAY 2012 • United Harbors Maritime Exercise – MAY 2012 • Multi Agency No Notice Exercise • Multi CST Exercise – AUG 2012 • ARNORTH EXEVAL – NOV 2012 • Mesa Full Scale Exercise – DEC 2012 unclassified

  23. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD)Training Relationships: • Phoenix Fire • Scottsdale Fire/PD SWAT • Glendale Fire/PD • Mesa Fire/PD SWAT • Mesa Community College Fire Science Department • Tucson Fire • AZ DPS HAZMAT • FBI HAZMAT Response Team (FBI HMRT) • Arizona Radiological Regulatory Agency (ARRA) • Tempe Fire • Flagstaff Fire • Ponderosa Fire • Kingman Fire • Lake Havasu City Fire • Bullhead City Fire • Tubac Fire • Camp Navajo Fire • 194th & 260th Fire Fighting Detachments, AZARNG • Arizona State Lab unclassified

  24. Call Out Procedure unclassified

  25. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD)Recap • IdentifyCBRNE agents and substances • Assesscurrent and projected consequences • Adviseon response measures • Assiston any requests for additional support • Training Classes • Exercises • Standby Support unclassified

  26. 91st Civil Support Team (WMD) Points of Contact Papago Park Military Reservation 5636 East McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85008 Phone (602) 267-2995 LTC Brian J. Murphy, Commander (602) 909-2308 brian.j.murphy1@us.army.mil MAJ Keith Tagg, Deputy Commander (602) 909-3012 keith.g.tagg@us.army.mil Maj Michael Spencer, Operations Officer (602) 909-8985 michel.spencer17@us.army.mil 1SG John Ralph, NCOIC (602) 909-3026 john.ralph@us.army.mil unclassified