Fort Bragg CBRN Chapter – North Carolina

About

The Fort Bragg CBRN Chapter (FBCC) was established on 16 January 2019. Our mission is to preserve and promote the history and traditions of the U.S. Army Chemical Corps; while supporting the Soldiers and Families of the Chapter by maintaining the chapter legacy, enabling mentorship, networking, professional development, and providing community outreach to the Fort Bragg Community.

Mission: To preserve and promote the history and traditions of the U.S. Army Chemical Corps; while supporting the Soldiers and Families of the Chapter by maintaining the Chapter Legacy, Enabling Mentorship, Networking, Professional Development, and Providing Community Outreach to the Fort Bragg Community.

Vision: To be the premier private organization on Fort Bragg which is fully aligned with the U.S. Army’s Chemical Corps Regimental Association and recognized for supporting Fort Bragg Soldiers and Families.

Core Values:

  1. Commitment to our Nation; the Chemical Regiment; and our Fort Bragg Community
  2. Brotherhood and comradery, friendship, and bond of the CBRN professional community.
  3. Responsible Service
  4. Network of Committed Professionals

 

Aims & Purposes:

  1. To establish a permanent organization that will further develop the common bond existing between all Dragon Soldiers who served on Fort Bragg.
  2. To foster appreciation for and study of the history and traditions of the United States Army Chemical Corps and understanding of their historical roles and contribution to the development and defense of the nation.
  3. To maintain records and publish the history and achievements of Fort Bragg CBRN Soldiers.
  4. To maintain contact with all partners of the Fort Bragg Chapter of the CCRA who have become disabled in the service of their Country and provide educational opportunities to their families.
  5. To provide assistance and service when possible in matters pertaining to Veterans benefits.
  6. To encourage the Chemical, Biological, Nuclear and Radiological (CBRN) aspect of national defense.
  7. To provide administrative and financial support to Dragon Soldiers for educational and scientific purposes in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Additionally, the Council Board will set an amount to be given annually to the Education Fund, and specific fund-raising projects will be undertaken, the proceeds of which shall accrue to the Fund, with presentation as deemed appropriate by the President of the Chapter.
  8. To provide support mechanisms for our Dragon Soldiers and their Families on Fort Bragg.
  9. Recognize those individuals and organizations that have contributed to the skill and professionalism of the Chemical Corps and their role in developing the nation and its military leadership.
  10. Conduct meetings, outings and other activities to promote, educate, and organize other means of support to the Chapter.
  11. Engage in or sponsor historical research and cooperate with accredited educational institutions, veterans Chapters and other organizations in furtherance of its objectives and ensure the publication of, or cause to be disseminated historical information relative to the Chemical Corps and Fort Bragg.
  12. Support other organizations, private or public, which have similar objectives.

Active Board Members

President:

LTC Roberto Salas

Vice-president:

SFC Alfrelina Wynn

Secretary:

CW3 Miguel Gil

Treasurers:

SFC(R) Vincent Hall

SFC(R) David Dunlap

Technical Directors:

COL Andy Herbst

SGM(R) Antonio L. Brown

LTC(R) Jose Vargas

Programmers:

CW2 Parker Tootil

SSG Chareece Newsome

SFC Angela Rotondo

Webmasters:

1LT Alex Bowman

1LT Tarrin Fair

Lines of Effort

Mentorship & Professional Development

  1. Execute focused Soldier and Leader Professional Development (LPD) Series (CBRN and General Army topics).
  2. Facilitate formal Mentee/Mentor relationship.
  3. Facilitate, prepare Mentees to take advantage of mentorship opportunities.

Networking

  1. Develop the common bond existing between all Dragon Soldiers who served on Fort Bragg.
  2. Gain exposure to keep expertise & skill-building
  3. Gain Senior Leader Involvement.

Community Involvement & Outreach

  1. Establish Community partnerships on Fort Bragg.
  2. Help to build up a caring community
  3. Foster and develop outreach activities on Fort Bragg.

Chapter Legacy

  1. Maintain records and publish the history and achievements of the Fort Bragg Chapter and its Partners.
  2. Maintain contact with all partners of the Fort Bragg Chapter who have become disabled in the service of their Country.

Mailing Address:

Fort Bragg CBRN Chapter

PO Box 1026

Spring Lake, NC 28390

Membership is open to retirees and active duty personnel of all services; current or former government civilians; personnel retired from or serving in the Reserves or National Guard; and anyone that worked with or was associated with the US Army Chemical Corps.