Posted on Oct 19, 2020
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This question has been asked a few times already. CBRN soldiers can be stationed literally anywhere within the Army. You will find some on every duty station, even if there isn’t a chemical unit there.
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SGT Company Cbrn Nco
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Korea honestly we are everywhere every unit so honestly it's a roll of the dice.
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SFC Joc Nco
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Aside from the 3rd Chemical Brigade, which is a training unit at Fort Leonard Wood, the only active duty chemical unit is the 48th Chemical Brigade at Fort Hood. There are, of course, 74Ds in every line battalion in the Army
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Isn't 110 Chem BN at JBLM6 still active?
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SFC (Join to see) - Had to look it up. Apparently the 48th's subordinate battalions are at Bliss, JBLM, and Stewart
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SFC (Join to see) last time I was up there, they were up. That's why I asked
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110th Chem is still active. That was my previous duty station. I’m now currently in Korea under 23 CHEM BN. They fall under 2 sustainment brigade. There are chemical battalions throughout the army, they just typically fall under other brigades.
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