The United States is improving its ability to respond to the ever-present threat of a chemical, biological or nuclear incident in the 21st century by establishing 10 National Guard Homeland Response Forces across the country. Governors might use state money, or the Defense Department could provide the authority to supply needed resources using different types of federal funding. In addition to learning new technical skills, soldiers and airmen must learn how they fit into the overall Incident Command System, which is the standardized, on-scene, all-hazards incident management approach lhal provides a framework for coordinating response forces at an incident site.
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