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ARMY - DA PAM 50-5

Nuclear Accident or Incident Response and Assistance Operations

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Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 9 November 2018
Status: inactive
Page Count: 21
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Purpose

This pamphlet is a reference for senior commanders (as defined in Army regulation (AR) 600-20) and staffs when preparing for and responding to a domestic United States (U.S.) nuclear accident or incident (NAI) involving transportation of U.S. nuclear weapons not on an installation. It highlights existing doctrine and guidance used to respond to a NAI involving U.S. nuclear weapons. It explains the concepts and procedures used by an initial response force (IRF), in accordance with Department of Defense Manual (DODM) 3150.08, while executing nuclear accident or incident response and assistance (NAIRA) operations. This pamphlet does not address accidents at Army reactors; see AR 50-7.

Document History

March 24, 2022
Nuclear Incident Response and Assistance Operations for Domestic Transportation of U.S. Nuclear Weapons and Their Special Nuclear Material
Purpose This pamphlet is a reference for senior commanders (as defined in Army regulation (AR) 600–20) and staffs when preparing for and responding to a domestic nuclear incident (NI) involving...
DA PAM 50-5
November 9, 2018
Nuclear Accident or Incident Response and Assistance Operations
Purpose This pamphlet is a reference for senior commanders (as defined in Army regulation (AR) 600–20) and staffs when preparing for and responding to a domestic United States (U.S.) nuclear...
March 20, 2002
NUCLEAR ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT RESPONSE AND ASSISTANCE (NAIRA) OPERATIONS
Purpose. This pamphlet is intended to be a reference for the commander and staff when preparing for, responding to, and recovering from a nuclear accident or incident (NAI). It highlights existing...

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