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AIR FORCE - AFI 91-108

AIR FORCE NUCLEAR WEAPONS INTRINSIC RADIATION AND 91(B) RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL SAFETY PROGRAM

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Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 14 May 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 14
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Purpose.

This instruction provides specific guidance for operations involving radioactive material (RAM) covered by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, 42 United States Code (USC) § 2011 et seq., commonly termed Section 91(b). RAM under the 91(b) designation within the scope of this instruction are: RAM associated with current nuclear weapons operations, legacy nuclear weapons maintenance wastes, residuals from nuclear weapons accidents, residuals from atmospheric testing of nuclear weapons on AF installations, residuals from nuclear reactor operations, and some defense-related material supporting current AF missions.

This instruction does not apply to RAM covered under AFMAN 40-201, Radioactive Materials Management, or 91(b) RAM covered under AFMAN 91-110. Note: This instruction references AFMAN 40-201 as some processes from that instruction may be applicable to INRAD safety.

Note: Pursuant to recent National Defense Authorization Acts, the Defense Health Agency is assuming responsibility for many medical activities from the individual Services. Therefore, ensure individual provisions in this publication regarding medical services are accurate, as they are subject to change at any time.

Document History

AFI 91-108
May 14, 2020
AIR FORCE NUCLEAR WEAPONS INTRINSIC RADIATION AND 91(B) RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL SAFETY PROGRAM
Purpose. This instruction provides specific guidance for operations involving radioactive material (RAM) covered by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, 42 United States Code (USC) § 2011 et seq.,...

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