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ARMY - DA PAM 700-48

HANDLING PROCEDURES FOR EQUIPMENT CONTAMINATED WITH DEPLETED URANIUM OR RADIOACTIVE COMMODITIES

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Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 3 December 1999
Status: active
Page Count: 58
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This pamphlet applies to Department of the Army (DA) commands, installations, and activities. This includes the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) and the Army National Guard of the United States (ARNGUS). This pamphlet remains applicable to DA personnel deployed to either humanitarian or peacekeeping missions where the degree of readiness to respond to hostile fire requires the availability of radioactive commodities, such as depleted uranium ammunition, as a contingency.

This pamphlet provides specific guidance on the handling of U.S. and foreign equipment that may have been contaminated with radioactive materials as a result of DU munitions/armor or damaged radioactive commodities.

Document History

March 5, 2021
Handling Procedures for Equipment Contaminated by Radioactive Commodities
Purpose This pamphlet provides specific guidance on the handling of U.S. and foreign equipment that may have been contaminated with radioactive material (RAM) as a result of exposure to damaged...
September 27, 2002
HANDLING PROCEDURES FOR EQUIPMENT CONTAMINATED WITH DEPLETED URANIUM OR RADIOACTIVE COMMODITIES
This pamphlet provides specific guidance on the handling of U.S. and foreign equipment that may have been contaminated with radioactive materials as a result of DU munitions/armor or damaged...
DA PAM 700-48
December 3, 1999
HANDLING PROCEDURES FOR EQUIPMENT CONTAMINATED WITH DEPLETED URANIUM OR RADIOACTIVE COMMODITIES
This pamphlet applies to Department of the Army (DA) commands, installations, and activities. This includes the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) and the Army National Guard of the United States (ARNGUS)....

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