- zone III (nuclear)
- A circular area (less zones I and II) determined by using minimum safe distance III as the radius and the desired ground zero as the center in which all personnel require minimum protection. Minimum protection denotes that armed forces personnel are prone on open ground with all skin areas covered and with an overall thermal protection at least equal to that provided by a two-layer uniform.
Military dictionary. 2000.
Look at other dictionaries:
Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty — Treaty on the Non Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Participation in the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty … Wikipedia
Nuclear safety — covers the actions taken to prevent nuclear and radiation accidents or to limit their consequences. This covers nuclear power plants as well as all other nuclear facilities, the transportation of nuclear materials, and the use and storage of… … Wikipedia
Nuclear program of Iran — See also: Iran and weapons of mass destruction Nuclear program of Iran … Wikipedia
Nuclear weapons and Israel — Israel Nuclear program start date mid to late 1950s First nuclear weapon test Unknown; possible join … Wikipedia
Nuclear power in the People's Republic of China — As of 2011[update], the People s Republic of China has 14 nuclear power reactors spread out over 4 separate sites and 27 under construction. China s National Development and Reform Commission has indicated the intention to raise the… … Wikipedia
Zone exempte d'armes nucléaires en Afrique — Traité de Pelindaba Le traité de Pelindaba : États ayant ratifié le traité au 1er novembre 2008 … Wikipédia en Français
Nuclear energy policy of the United States — For other uses, see Nuclear policy of the United States. George W. Bush signing the Energy Policy Act of 2005, which gave extensive funding and aid to help reinvigorate the nuclear industry in America. The nuclear energy policy of the United… … Wikipedia
Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array — NuSTAR Vue d artiste du télescope NuSTAR Caractéristiques Organisation NASA … Wikipédia en Français
Nuclear weapons in popular culture — A nuclear fireball lights up the night in a United States nuclear test. Since their public debut in August 1945, nuclear weapons and their potential effects have been a recurring motif in popular culture, to the extent that the decades of the … Wikipedia
Nuclear reactor — Core of CROCUS, a small nuclear reactor used for research at the EPFL in Switzerland This article is a subarticle of Nuclear power. A nuclear reactor is a device to initiate and control a sustained nuclear chain reaction. Most commonly they are… … Wikipedia