radiological defense


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radiological defense

[¦rād·ē·ə¦läj·ə·kəl di′fens]
(ordnance)
The methods, plans, and procedures involved in establishing and exercising defensive measures against the radiation effects of an attack by atomic weapons or radiological warfare agents.
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Having been involved in these tasks as radiological defense officer at the Region II command center of the Federal Civil Defense Administration in 1956-1957, I can testify to the difficulties and time lags of such isodose plotting compared to what could be accomplished with appropriately distributed SIRADs and modern computers and electronic data receivers today.
Por su parte, el Journal of Medical Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense expresa al respecto: "Los autores de los manuscritos originales objeto de comentarios academicos enviados al editor podran replicar la correspondencia bajo las condicion de que la respuesta sera enviada en los dos meses siguientes de la publicacion".
Demron technologies are engineered to combine radiation protection with ease of use to maximize radiological defense.
This is the only place where the joint Services can do practical, hands-on, chemical-agent training," said the learning site director of the Navy Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense School.
Radiological defense training was modernized to include an introduction to high-frequency radio and laser threats and lessons learned from Operation Tomodachi.
The Republic of Korea remains a valuable CBRN defense and capabilities partner, and we had the opportunity to renew those partnerships with the Republic of Korea Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Defense Command and USACBRNS.
BOSTON -- Nanotech for National Security at the Nanotech 2006 will bring together for the first time the world's leading nanotechnology experts in biology/chemical defense, radiological defense and sensors to explore how nanotechnology discoveries could help create the next-generation of devices to protect the public from a variety of threats.
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