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Kimmell acknowledged for contributions to the National Academies and the Army’s chemical demilitarization programs

December 16, 2016

EVS Environmental Policy Analyst, Todd Kimmell, recently received accolades from the Board on Army Science and Technology of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, as well as the Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives program. Mr. Kimmell recently completed a 6-year commitment as a member of the Standing Committee on Chemical Demilitarization of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, which caps his longstanding contribution to the National Academies and the Army’s chemical demilitarization programs, initially begun in 2001. During this time, Mr. Kimmell contributed to several key studies that have proved to be invaluable across the entire chemical demilitarization effort.

Todd Kimmell (left) receives acknowledgement from Conrad Whyne, the Program Executive Officer of Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives
Todd Kimmell (left) receives acknowledgement from Conrad Whyne, the Program Executive Officer of Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives
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