Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Defense (CBRN-D) – Individual Protective Equipment (IPE) Clothing and Textiles: All chemical/biological protective clothing and masks specifically designed or modified for military operations and compatible with military equipment. CBRN - D, /IPE, Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear-Defense (CBRN-D) - Individual Protective Equipment (IPE) Limited to Clothing and Textiles.
Joint Enterprise Fielding and Surveillance (JEFS) personnel are available to verify National Item Identification Numbers (NIINs), make arrangements for all turn-ins and to resolve questions about CBRN-D/IPE property. The point of contact for inquires to Joint Equipment Assessment Program is SMBLOGCOMJEAP@USMC.MIL.
The generating activity is responsible for removal of filters, canisters, and filter systems prior to transfer to JEFS site. Protective masks will not be accepted with filters or canisters attached.
The generating activity will submit the completed Disposition Request Form to JEFS. Do not turn CBRN-D equipment into DLA Disposition Sites. Follow the steps below.
The property will be coded DEMIL F on the DTID, and the generating activity will provide a copy of the DEMIL instructions furnished by the generating activity.
Step One: Check to see if your equipment is on this NIIN List to ensure it is an asset that can be accepted.
The Defense Accountability Reutilization and Disposal (DARD) will not accept any hazardous materials
Step Two: Fill out the Disposition Request Form Rev. Nov 13
Step Three: Email a copy of the filled out form to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive disposition authorization within 5 working days
DLA sites are not supposed to receive CBRN-D equipment, but if they do receive CBRN items, a MRO will be produced in 48 hours to direct the shipment to Albany GA (JEFS). DSR’s should be working with the Generators, ensuring they follow the DEMIL F instructions, which refers them back to JEFS Disposition Form.