CCDC CBC Combat Capabilities Development Command
Chemical & Biological Center
WHO WE ARE
U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical & Biological Center is the only chemical and biological defense technology center of its kind. CCDC CBC activities span the life cycle of chemical and biological defense research and product development.
The CBC specializes in the research and development of innovative technological solutions to solve chemical and biological defense threats to our nation — both abroad and in the homeland – for the Defense Department and a host of other Federal agencies. Its personnel have an unmatched depth of expertise and institutional knowledge in protection, detection and decontamination systems and materiel.
An organizational grandchild of the original Edgewood Arsenal, CCDC CBC has provided chemical and biological solutions to the Soldier for nearly a century.
Dr. Eric Moore
Director, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical & Biological Center
Dr. Eric Moore is the director of the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center. In this role, he oversees many of the nation’s key chemical and biological defense research and engineering projects, both classified and unclassified.
Eric’s service began as an Army officer, with his uniformed career culminating at the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center as the Defense Intelligence Agency’s senior scientific and technical intelligence officer for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear medical countermeasures worldwide. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Fisk University and a doctorate in neurophysiology from Meharry Medical College. Eric entered the Senior Executive Service in 2016.