David L. Musgrave, a member of the Senior Executive Service (SES), is the Director, On-Site Inspection and Building Capacity Directorate, (OB), for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) located on Fort Belvoir, Virginia. DTRA enables the Department of Defense (DoD), the U.S. Government and International Partners to counter and deter Weapons of Mass Destruction and Improvised Threat Networks.
As the Director for On-Site Inspection and Building Capacity, Mr. Musgrave oversees the planning and execution of activities to exercise U.S. Government (USG) rights, and meet USG obligations, under arms control treaties, he also provides oversight of security cooperation and building partner capacity activities that advance Department of Defense (DoD), Interagency, and foreign partner capability to counter WMD proliferation and prepare for, respond to, and manage the consequences of CBRNE events.
Mr. Musgrave was promoted to SES following his retirement from the U.S. CBRN Corps after almost 34 years of active military service. In his final military assignment, he served as the Chief of the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Division, Strategic Plans and Policy, J5, the Joint Staff in the Pentagon.
During Mr. Musgrave’s career he served in a variety of assignments including Commander of Pine Bluff Arsenal, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, responsible for specialized ammunitions and smoke capabilities, in addition to depot level production and maintenance of chemical defense equipment. Additionally, he commanded the Bluegrass Chemical Activity in Richmond, Kentucky, responsible for the safe and secure storage of over 523 tons of weaponized chemical nerve agents scheduled for destruction under the Chemical Weapons Convention Treaty.
Mr. Musgrave holds a Master of Science in National Resource Strategy from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National Defense University, a Master of Arts in National Security Strategy and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College, and a Bachelor of Science from Middle Tennessee State University. His military awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal with oak leaf cluster, the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star with oak leaf cluster and various other awards and ribbons.
LVMPD ARMOR Section/Emergency Operations Bureau
Det. Haskins joined the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) as a Police Officer in 1998.
In 2005, LVMPD and other local agencies created the All-Hazard Regional Multi-Agency Operations and Response (ARMOR) section to assure Public Safety and Homeland Security by providing operational prevention, deterrence and response to all potential Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) incidents in Clark County. Det. Haskins was TDY during the origination of the ARMOR Section and permanently assigned in 2006. Since serving in the ARMOR section, Det. Haskins has researched, developed, and written multiple response procedures and protocols of the unit with the assistance of his peers. His practical field experience has been crucial to the development of ARMOR’s CBRNE response to the community. Det. Haskins has received numerous hours of DHS Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive training and certifications, which coupled with his military experience in the field was used for the development of the team’s protocols and procedures.
Det. Haskins retired after 25 years as a Chief Intelligence Specialist in the US Navy (Reserve).
Det. Haskins is a D.O.D. and POST certified instructor. He has instructed at the LVMPD, Henderson Police Department, Nevada Department of Public Safety Academies, and to a variety of governmental and civilian entities.
Det. Haskins also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management Information Systems, and a Master of Arts in Homeland Security with Emphasis is Counterterrorism.
American Military University, 2019.
Doctor Nick Gent is a member of a team of senior medical consultants who assess the national and global status of public health threats. He provides detailed risk assessments and gives advice to PHE and other partner agencies on these risks including the development of response plans.
Dr Gent provides public health medical leadership and advice in the fields of chemical, biological and radiological threats and supports and manages training exercises for the Department of Health, NHS England, the EU, WHO and the Cabinet Office on national level emergencies.
Earlier this year Dr Gent was named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in recognition of his services to health protection.
Special Agent Kevin Richards has been with the Virginia State Police for over 22 years.
He is a graduate of Liberty University, class of 1997. Before he was at Liberty University, he was in the Army - with the 101st Airborne Division.
Kevin specializes in crime scenes and emergencies involving chemicals, biological agents, radiation, poisons, and toxins.
Captain Irvin S Hibaler is the Platoon Leader of the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Platoon, Explosives Ordnance Disposal Battalion, Army Support Command , Philippine Army
Upon completion of his training as an undergraduate cadet at the Philippine Military Academy on 2011, Captain Irvin S Hibaler was commissioned in the officer corps of the Philippine Army and was posted as an infantry officer. He then progressed as a logistic officer and specialize in the ammunition management and explosives ordnance disposal both in the Infantry and Logistic Units of the Philippine Army. On 2018 he graduated his Masters of Science in Environmental Management at the Webster University, Fort Leonard Wood Campus, Missouri, USA. On the same year after his training at the US ARMY Chemical School for CBRN Captain Career Course, CAPTAIN HIBALER ventured in the CBRN to led the sole CBRN unit of the Armed Forces of the Philippines while in its infancy. His responsibility as Platoon Leader foresees him on administration, planning, supervision and development of the CBRN Company under his command.