Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Consequence Management Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Military and Civilian Agencies: This publication is designed for chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) responders who plan and conduct CBRN consequence management (CM) operations in domestic, foreign, or theater operational environments, to include military installations. The purpose of this publication is to provide key agencies, staffs and military members with a key reference for planning and conducting CBRN CM. It provides the tools for CBRN responders to effectively manage the consequences of a CBRN incident. It also may serve as a reference for development and refining of training and exercises. Table of contents; executive summary, Chapter 1 chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear aspects of consequence management.; background; terms of reference; goals; operational environments; task; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear consequence management process; joint operational phases for consequence management; Chapter 2 planning; planning overview; operational environment assessment; capability assessment; vulnerability assessment; risk assessment; deliberate site assessment; health service support assessment; Chapter 3 preparation one; background; vulnerability reduction measures; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear consequence management education and training;coordinating, monitoring, and reporting requirements; health service support; conducting response exercises; evaluate capabilities and identify remaining broader abilities; national special security events; Chapter 4 response; background; incident response overview; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear responder; response environment; joint operational phases for consequence management; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear response operations; health service support response activity; transition to recovery operations; Chapter 5 recovery; background chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear consequence management decontamination;health service support recovery operations; logistics recovery operations; transition operations; redeployment operations; Appendix C response tactics, techniques, and procedures; command and control; incident site assessment; incident site framework; health service support; logistics; Appendix D recovery tactics, techniques, and procedures; decontamination operations; emergency decontamination; technical decontamination; mass casualty decontamination; health service support; logistics; transition operations; references; glossary.