Community Input - Naval Support Activity Crane - Chemical and Biological Defense Realignment (MED-15) Page: 3 of 43
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Fourth: Moving the CBD technical resource from Crane degrades the State of Indiana's
Homeland Defense capability and the synergy in CBD that DOD also gains from the
Cooperative Research and Development Agreement between Crane and the State.
P Crane, the State of Indiana's Counter-Terrorism and Security Council, Purdue University's
Homeland Security Institute and Indiana University's Center for Applied Cyber-security
Research have signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement to leverage each
institution's capability and form an extensive cooperative alliance to increase the State's and
Navy's capability to combat and respond to terrorism including chemical and biological defense.
Removing a large part of Crane's technical CBD resource from this alliance significantly
reduces its capability and the benefits to the Navy and DOD as well as the State.
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