CCDC

U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command

CORONAVIRUS & COVID-19 RESPONSE

The conditions surrounding the impact of COVID-19 are changing rapidly. Federal, state, and local governments are working to limit the spread of the COVID-19 in the U.S. and to develop effective treatments for it. For information on how to protect yourself or if you think you are sick, please visit the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. For information on how the Government is responding to COVID19, please visitĀ USA.Gov/coronavirus.

U.S. ARMY & DOD ANNOUNCEMENTS

For the latest Army Guidance related to COVID-19 and the Coronavirus, visit https://www.army.mil/covid-19/. For information on the Department of Defense response and announcements, please visitĀ Defense.gov's Coronavirus Guidance Page.

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FOR CCDC PERSONNEL

For information specific to a geographic region, CCDC personnel are encouraged to seek information from official sources local their community including, but not limited to: Army Garrisons, and city, county and state governments. Please note the following links are not an exhaustive list of all resources. Remember, refer to links at the top of the page for guidance from the Centers for Disease Control or Prevention, HQDA, or DoD. CCDC Armaments Center U.S. Army Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey Picatinny Arsenal on Facebook CCDC Army Research Laboratory CCDC Army Research Laboratory Homepage U.S. Army Garrison Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Aberdeen Proving Ground on Facebook U.S. Army Garrison Adelphi Laboratory Center, Maryland Adelphi Laboratory Center on Facebook CCDC Aviation & Missile Center CCDC Aviation & Missile Center Homepage U.S. Army Redstone Arsenal, Alabama Team Redstone on Facebook CCDC C5ISR Center CCDC C5ISR Center Homepage U.S. Army Garrison - Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Aberdeen Proving Ground on Facebook CCDC Chemical Biological Center U.S. Army Garrison - Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Aberdeen Proving Ground on Facebook CCDC Data & Analysis Center U.S. Army Garrison - Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Aberdeen Proving Ground on Facebook CCDC Ground Vehicle Systems Center U.S. Army Detroit Arsenal, Michigan Detroit Arsenal on Facebook CCDC Soldier Center U.S. Army Garrison - Natick Soldier Systems Center Natick Soldier Systems Center on Facebook CCDC Headquarters U.S. Army Garrison - Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Aberdeen Proving Ground on Facebook

Mission

To provide the research, engineering, and analytical expertise to deliver capabilities that enable the Army to deter and, when necessary, decisively defeat any adversary now and in the future.

Vision

To be the scientific and technological foundation of the Army Modernization Enterprise through world-leading research, development, engineering and analysis.

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