nuclear certified

nuclear certified

See: nuclear certified delivery unit; nuclear certified delivery vehicle.
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Ulmen's unparalleled work ethic and management skills were showcased in the management of the wing's Nuclear Certified Equipment program valued at over 93 million dollars, as he investigated 28 Dull Sword reports ensuring a 100 percent serviceability rate.
One significant milestone involved the 307th Bomb Wing becoming the first Reserve unit in Air Force history to be nuclear certified, when they excelled during their initial nuclear surety inspection.
PolyPipe was the first PE pressure pipe company to become nuclear certified and is the only manufacturer capable of manufacturing pipe inscribed with a permanent bar-code for pipe traceability.
Rolls-Royce said it has the largest nuclear skills base in the UK, with a nuclear certified supply chain of 260 companies.
reached a milestone in March by becoming the first Air Force Reserve unit in history to become nuclear certified.
He trained 12 ADWSRs, investigated two Dull Sword incidents involving nuclear certified equipment, published two monthly wing safety newsletters, completed three squadron annual inspections, and at AFCENT/SEW's request, inspected two wing geographically separated units for explosive safety criteria compliance.
Her keen technical ability averted the possibility of a major weapons safety incident and prevented damage to nuclear certified equipment.
SSgt Gonzales' alertness and outstanding efforts averted possible injury to personnel, and potential catastrophic damage to critical Nuclear Certified equipment.
For example, if a hoist is nuclear certified to lift 1,000 lb, it must be able to handle a 3,000-lb.
On the weapon's side, MSgt Aber's article clearly shows us the consequences of allowing someone to load munitions who is not qualified to do so, and SMSgt Sawyer educates us on nuclear certified equipment.
The Air Force Safety Center will evaluate the modification and determine if it is still serviceable for its intended purpose, and therefore, still nuclear certified.
Well, AFI 91-204, Safety Investigations and Reports, usually requires nuclear certified vehicles that experience damage, malfunction, failure or an anomaly involving non-combat delivery vehicles to be reported through Dull Sword channels.