- radius of integration
- The distance from ground zero that indicates the area within which the effects of both the nuclear detonation and conventional weapons are to be integrated.

*Military dictionary.
2000.*

- radius of integration
- The distance from ground zero that indicates the area within which the effects of both the nuclear detonation and conventional weapons are to be integrated.

*Military dictionary.
2000.*

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