Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF )
Expeditionary Units: II Marine Expeditionary Force
The mission of CBIRF: When directed, forward-deploy and/or respond to a credible threat of a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, or High Yield explosive (CBRNE) incident in order to assist local, state, or federal agencies and Unified Combat Commanders in the conduct of consequence management operations.
CBIRF accomplishes this mission by providing capabilities for agent detection and identification; casualty search, rescue, and personnel decontamination; and emergency medical care and stabilization of contaminated personnel.
NSWC Indian Head, MD
OFFICIAL UNIT WEB SITE:
Family Readiness Information
The primary source of unit/battalion information for spouses AND parents is the Deployment Readiness Coordinator (DRC) and Unit Hotline. The DRC will work with FR Assistants, FR Advisors and FR Volunteers along with the senior command members to make up the new Family Readiness Command Team.
Note: The DRC was formerly known as FRO and in some instances, the USMC Family Readiness Page has not been updated to reflect DRC rather than FRO.
FAMILY READINESS PAGE:
DEPLOYLMENT READINESS COORDINATOR (DRC):
No Name Listed; Email: email@example.com
DRC PHONE NUMBER:
Unit Hotline Number:
Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF ) Mailing Addresses
Chemical Biological Incident Response Force II Marine Expeditionary Force 3399 Strauss Avenue, Suite 219 Indian Head, MD 20640
MarineParents.com Sites for CBIRF
Marine Parents Facebook Group:
Marine Parents Fleet Information Page
Additional Services from MarineParents.com
MarineParents.com, Inc. Web Site:
Marine Parents Fleet Pages:
EGA Shop for Unit Shirts:
EGA Shop Unit Store
Our Official Facebook Groups:
Other Helpful Web Sites(these may or may not be official USMC web sites)
- II MEF unit page: http://www.iimef.marines.mil/
- NSWC Indian Head: http://www.navsea.navy.mil/nswc/indianhead/default.aspx
- Official CBIRF Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/CBIRF
Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF ) Postal Facility
If you need assistance finding a mailing address for a Marine, please contact the postal facility of the last known state-side duty station. The postal facility will not give out mailing addresses to non-family members. Family members need to be prepared to provide identifying information for their Marine. The following is contact information for the postal facility that handles CBIRF mail:
Postal Facility Location
Postal Phone Number(s)
Information on CBIRF last updated 10/2/2018 2:53:26 PM GMT.
Attention Unit DRC and/or Senior Command Elements of the CBIRF :
To request changes to the CBIRF Unit Information Page™, please contact the Marine Parents office at 573-449-2003 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Office staff will make the changes immediately.