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Army CBRNE Lab Team Tests New Deployment Concept

The U.S. Army 1st Area Medical Laboratory (1st AML) recently tested a new team configuration concept during a field training exercise at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

The 1st AML is designed as a deployable analytical laboratory with a diagnostic capability to detect and identify environmental, occupational, endemic and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive threats (CBRNE) in support of force protection and weapons of mass destruction missions.

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