joint nuclear accident coordinating center


joint nuclear accident coordinating center
A combined Defense Special Weapons Agency and Department of Energy centralized agency for exchanging and maintaining information concerned with radiological assistance capabilities and coordinating that assistance in response to an accident or incident involving radioactive materials. Also called JNACC.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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