In this lesson, you will learn how to supervise the marking of chemically
or biologically contaminated areas.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE
Supervise marking chemical and biological contamination.
Given information and illustrations related to protective
clothing, identification and completion of information to
be posted, and placement of chemical mines or chemical or
biological contamination markers.
Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledge by
responding to the multiple-choice test covering the
fundamentals of providing technical advice of biological
FM 3-3, FM 3-4, STP 3-54B1-SM, STP 3-54B2-SM, and TM 3-
With the threatened use of chemical weapons and the strong possibility of
biological agents being employed on future battlefields, it is critical
that commanders be prepared to operate in these environments. Just as
the commander looks to the supply officer for advice on logistical
matters, the commander will look to you for advice on operations in a
chemical or biological environment.
You can be expected to answer
questions about the location, type, and expected duration of
contamination, and the measures to be taken to protect personnel.
this subcourse, you will learn the procedures used to arrive at an answer
to most of these questions.