Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE)

Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Division (CBRNE), provides scientific support to critical national security problems while promoting the scientific development of their staff and students.  UML’s CBRNE division focuses on defense, intelligence, and homeland security agencies

  • Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) training
  • Chemical and Biological Forensic analysis
  • Explosive Forensic analysis
  • Autonomous system evaluations for CBRNE applications
  • Large scale exercise development and support

 

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

UML operates a UAS only flight facility for DoD/partner entities to advance the overall UAS industry’s operational and technical efforts by providing a world-class UAS operations and training facility

  • Adjacent to Fort Sill, Oklahoma
  • Year round flying (300 days per year)
  • Dedicated 200-acre UAS facility
  • 200 square miles of restricted airspace; surface to 40,000 feet
  • Active runway, 2200’ x 60’

 

Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)

Provides technical and military expertise in the development of capabilities, tactics, techniques, and procedures to meet requirements of the information domain for the DoD, DHS and Industry Partners

  • Provides critical support to combat and commander’s staffs
  • Support to Air Force Big Safari Program
  • Support Special Operations Command activities
  • Operational Capabilities Gap Support to I-Marine Expeditionary Force
  • Manages and operates the Chilocco Radio Frequency Test Range
  • Unmanned Aerial payload testing and evaluation support

 

Chilocco Urban Test Range

  • An urban test and training site
  • 167 acre campus – Small town
  • 70+ buildings, paved roads
  • AC power grid, sewer system
  • 24/7 UML Security Force
  • Helicopter and Unmanned Aerial Systems landing areas

 PROGRAM USES

  • Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) training
  • Tactics, Technics and Procedures
  • Radio Frequency Test Range (RFTR)
  • Unmanned Aerial Systems
  • Tactics, Techniques and Procedures
  • Explosives
  • Instrumentation development
  • Forensics analysis 
  • Measurement and Signature Intelligence MASINT