radiological defense


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radiological defense

Defensive measures taken against the radiation hazards resulting from the employment of nuclear and radiological weapons.
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The airports, Winter Olympics stadia and lodgings of the VIPs will be subject to chemical, biological, and radiological defense.
This is why the 48th Chemical Brigade is committed to improving its relationship with the Republic of Korea Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Defense Command.
Spectral sensing research for surface and air monitoring in chemical, biological and radiological defense and security applications.
However, as part of the "peace dividend" at the end of the Cold War, the national radiological defense program was discontinued in the mid 1990s.
Al respecto, citamos los criterios para el manejo de la correspondencia que sugieren el Comite Internacional de Editores de Revistas Medicas (International Committee of Medical Journal Editors ICMJE) y el Journal of Medical Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense, que publican claras politicas en relacion al manejo de la correspondencia recibida.
Other areas funded include: $65 million for mass transit security; $35 million for radiological defense systems; and $10 million for technical assistance to state and local governments.
In 1946, the Naval Radiological Defense Laboratory was established on the premises "to research the effects of nuclear weapons," writes the Navy.

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