Mr. Diglio is the US Army’s CBRN Survivability Program Manager; as such he is dedicated to ensuring the US Army’s ability to fight, survive, and win in CBRN contaminated environments. He actively supports initiatives at the Army, Joint, DoD, and international levels to increase CBRN mission critical survival for the US and US allies. Mr. Diglio also supports capability and materiel developers, keeps senior leaders informed, and manages efforts to improve CBRN survivability requirements, criteria, and policy. Mr. Diglio holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, a Master of Business Administration degree from the Florida Institute of Technology, and a Master of Science in Defense Strategic Studies-Weapons of Mass Destruction from the Missouri State University via the National Defense University program. He has also authored several journal articles on chemical defense and CBRN survivability.
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