Protection From Chemical and Biological Threats

Morgan-Clyborne, Sarah A.; Cole, Frank J.; Whipple, Matthew R.
July 1999
Army Logistician;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p13
Reports that the United States Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command has developed a self-contained toxic environment protective outfit (STEPO) for the Army explosive ordnance disposal, technical escort unit, chemical activity and depot personnel. Components of the STEPO; Development process of the STEPO system; Logistics support and maintenance structure; Fielding.


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