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AIR FORCE - AFI 91-101

AIR FORCE NUCLEAR WEAPONS SURETY PROGRAM

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Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 26 March 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 75
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Purpose.

The purpose of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Surety Program is to incorporate maximum nuclear weapons surety, consistent with operational requirements, from weapon system development to target or dismantlement. This instruction implements positive measures to prevent unauthorized activation of critical functions, including unapproved or inadvertent authorization, prearming, launching, releasing, arming, and targeting, and protect against inherent risks and threats, and to ensure components are compatible with the assembled nuclear weapon system.

This document serves as the parent document to the following 91-1XX publications: AFI 91-106, Unauthorized Launch, Threat Mitigation, and Launch Action Studies, AFI 91-108, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Intrinsic Radiation and 91(B) Radioactive Material Safety Program, AFI 91-111, Safety Rules for US Strategic Bomber Aircraft, AFI 91-112, Safety Rules for US/NATO Strike Fighters, AFI 91-114, Safety Rules for the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile System, AFI 91-115, Safety Rules for Nuclear Logistics Transport by the Prime Nuclear Airlift Force, AFI 91-116, Safety Rules for Long-Term Storage and Maintenance Operations for Nuclear Weapons, AFI 91-117, Safety Rules for the Airborne Launch Control System, AFMAN 91-118, and AFMAN 91-119.

Document History

AFI 91-101
March 26, 2020
AIR FORCE NUCLEAR WEAPONS SURETY PROGRAM
Purpose. The purpose of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Surety Program is to incorporate maximum nuclear weapons surety, consistent with operational requirements, from weapon system development to...

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