Or scale it right back? Given that the main effort of RTCs is to turn SUTs into something that with further input can be sent to Afghanistan. I am starting to question the relevance of CBRN instruction, particularly in the detail delivered. The current threat is not known to have any capability and the time available at RTCs is very limited, so why train as if Ivan the Gasman was still waiting to send his stuff over the IGB? Those days are long gone yet we train as if it was still a credible threat. Scale the training down to the chemical safety rule, donning and doffing and leave anything else to RTMC at most. SHOULD the threat change, I'd expect that a relevant package could be delivered with a short course ( < a week ) if required. Even using CBRN as background / concurrent activity on a range package impacts negatively if you have say 15 lanes but cannot use them all due to the cadre being split. Waste of the facility, and I'm sure ITG would rather have decent shots than CBRN meisters. Thoughts?