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Nuclear Notes Number 5
Prepared by The United States Army Nuclear Agency Fort Bliss Texan December 1976
Nuclear Notes Number 5
Prepared by The United States Army Nuclear Agency Fort Bliss Texan December 1976

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NUCLEAR
NOTES
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The
US
Army
Nuclear
Agency
recamaends
that
issues
of
Nuclear Notes
bw
retained
and
filed
ina
loose
leaf
binder.
Previous
issues
are:
Nuclear
Notes
Number
1
-
The
Electromagnetic Pulse
(EMP),
June
1974
Nuclear
Notes
Number
2
-
The
Army
Nuclear
Sarvivability
Program,
October
1974
Nuclear
Notes
Number
3
-
The
New
NIuclear
Radiation Casualty
Criteria,
May
1975
Nuclear
Notes
Number
4
-
Nuclear Blackout of
Tactical
Comunications,
August
1976
Local
reproduction
and
distribution
are
authorized;
however,
headquarters
that
do
bo
are
re-
quested
to maintain
a
record
of
internal distribution
so
that
chauges,
up-dates,
Pad
corrections
may
be
properly
disseminated.
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I
".
--
.
..........
'.CESSION
for"
NTLI
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December1976
FOREMRD
The
series
ofpapers,
"Nuclear
Notes,"prepared
by
the
US
Army
Nuclear
Agency
is
intended
to
clarify
and
explainvariousa~pectsof nuclear
weapons
pheraoianology
and
usage.
Thesepapern
are
K.
prepared
in
s
nontechnicala
fasklon
as
the
subject
matter
permits.
They
are
oriented
toward
anaudience
assumed
to
be
responsiblefor
teachingor
in
some
way
*valuating
the
tactics
and
techniques
ofemploying
nuclear
weapons
in
a
conflict
situation.
Their
dissemination
will
hopefully
provide
to
the
US
Army
accurate,up-to-date
information
of
critical
inortance
to
a
reasoned
understanding
of
nuclear
weapons
on
the
battlefield.
The
prIncilasnuthor
of
this
paper
is
CPT
Foreg.ýsjD
ThoM4,
Jr,
of
the
US
Army
Nuclear
Agency.
Comments
aud
view-s
of
readersare
desired
andsh-ould
be
forwardei
to:
Deputy
Commandert
US
Army
Nuclear
Agency,
Fort
Bliss,
Texas
79916.
WALTER
G.
PARKS
Colonel,
AD
Deputy
Comiander
SI
32
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