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U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity Leadership

 

 

COL Nathaniel W. Farmer/Documents/CMA_Leadership_BIO.pdfCOL Nathaniel W. FarmerCOL Nathaniel W. Farmer, Director of the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity (CMA), is responsible for the Nation’s chemical weapons stockpile storage at two locations within the continental United States, and the assessment and elimination of recovered chemical warfare materiel throughout the Nation; and, ensures consistent policy and compliance as the Army’s Implementing Agent for the Chemical Weapons Convention, the international treaty that prohibits the use and development of chemical weapons. COL Farmer joined the activity in 2013 as CMA Military Deputy, and was selected as CMA Director in 2014.Director, U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity (CMA)Director, U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity (CMA)
COL Thomas A. Duncan II/PCD/Documents/PCD_Leadership_BIO.pdfCOL Thomas A. Duncan IIColonel Thomas (Tom) Duncan began his military career in the Iowa Army National Guard in 1987. He was commissioned from the University of Northern Iowa as a Chemical Corps Officer in 1991. He holds a Master of Science in Environmental Management from Webster University, a Master of National Security and Strategic Studies from Kansas State University, and a Master of Military Art and Science from the Army Command and General Staff College.Commander, Pueblo Chemical DepotCommander, Pueblo Chemical Depot
LTC Scott D. Gould/BGCA/Documents/BGCA_Leadership_BIO.pdfLTC Scott D. GouldLTC Scott D. Gould was born in Colorado. He received his commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps as a Distinguished Military Graduate after graduating from the University of Colorado with a degree in Physics. He holds a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from Missouri University of Science and Technology.Commander, Blue Grass Chemical ActivityCommander, Blue Grass Chemical Activity