U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command
Chemical Biological Center

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Sergeant First Class Johnny Roberts learns about the Center’s Array Configured of Remote Network Sensors interface for military unmanned aerial vehicles from Mike Mays, Robotics Integration Team Lead at the Advanced Design and Manufacturing lab. (U.S. Army photo by Ellie White).

Bridging the Gap Between Science and the Battlefield

Major General Edmond ‘Miles’ Brown administers the Oath of Office to Michael Bailey as his wife, Deborah Bailey, holds the Bible during the Assumption of Responsibility Ceremony held at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center (DEVCOM CBC) on May 18, 2023. (U.S. Army photo by Ellie White)

Bailey Reaffirms Oath as DEVCOM CBC Director

Erich Riedlmeier, Matt Thiess, and Chris Powell of MESH, Inc. are SBIR performers exercising software enabled dual-use long wave infrared security cameras known as

DEVCOM CBC Team Supports Data Collection Event in Alaska

Attendees examine a commercial-off-the-shelf chemical sensing puck alongside the WILE-E 3.0 Modular Deployable CBRN Microsensor Concept Puck used during a Deployable CBRN Microsensor Integration Experiment at Aberdeen Proving Ground. (U.S. Army Photo by Michael Phillips)

Army Innovators Prototype Deployable Microsensors Concept

Emerging Technologies from DEVCOM CBC are Forefront at MSSPIX

Who We Are

We are the nation’s principal research and development resource for non-medical chem-bio (CB) defense.

What We Do

We couple basic science with engineering and field support to put new tools in the field faster.

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Why We Do it

We do all of this to keep the Warfighter, the nation, and the world safe from chem-bio threats now and in the future.