1. To train different aspects of CBRN defence related with air operations in a multinational scenario,
  2. To train personnel in the deployment of mobile and transportable collective CBRN shelters (COLPRO) and use them in conjunction with other nations air assets,
  3. To increase the level of interoperability among NATO and partner nations in order to conduct the procedures of donning/doffing aircrew CBRN ensembles and provide technical support,
  4. To contribute to the understanding for the need of common procedures,
  5. To discuss and analyse the current status of CBRN defence as it relates to present/future requirements and to assess the training implications derived from emerging threats, and
  6. To sum up events that evolved from the exercise and draw conclusions that will support nations in improving their CBRN defence training methods and procedures.

Goals of TOXIC TRIP:

  1. To give the attendees knowledge about other nations' equipment, procedures and lessons learned,
  2. To enable the NATO Joint CBRN Defence Capability Development Group (JCBRND CDG) to collect data and information concerning CBRN defence training procedures through anticipating and conducting the exercise, and
  3. To be able to facilitate the development of CBRN defence training procedures and to contribute to respective standardisation requirements

© 2009 TOXIC TRIP | Original design by Andreas Viklund