1992-04-09 – Radiological contamination in the United States

1992-04-09 Radiological contamination in the United States

Investigation of the George AFB Radiological Decontamination CentersThe Air Force failed to disclose to the U.S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs that George Air Force Base, CA had several radiological decontamination centers for aircraft and personnel that were involved in the nuclear cloud sampling program.

The following bases reported nuclear cloud sampling aircraft washdown – (Fission Products)

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, AZ

George Air Force Base, CA – was not listed despite having several radiological decontamination centers for aircraft and personnel

Holloman Air Force Base, NM

Nellis Air Force Base, NV – (Lake Mead) (Indian Springs)

Norton Air Force Base, CA

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Radiological contamination in the United States
Hearing before the Committee on Governmental Affairs
United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, second session
April 9, 1992
HathiTrust – Digital Library

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