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Operation TUMBLER-SNAPPER, 1952

Operation TUMBLER-SNAPPER, 1952

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Published by The Agency, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear weapons -- Testing,
  • Atomic bomb -- Nevada -- Testing,
  • Radioactive fallout -- Nevada

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by the Defense Nuclear Agency as executive agency for the Department of Defense
    ContributionsUnited States. Defense Nuclear Agency, JRB Associates
    The Physical Object
    Pagination216 p. :
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14221653M

    Operation UPSHOT-KNOTHOLE, / ([Washington, D.C.]: The Agency ; [Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, ]), by JRB Associates and United States. Defense Nuclear Agency (page images at HathiTrust) Operation TUMBLER-SNAPPER, / ([Washington, DC]: . Jan 02,  · Actually, these videos are most likely footage from "Operation Tumbler-Snapper," a series of eight tests and nuclear detonations which were part of "Desert Rock" exercises conducted between April and June of at Yucca Flats, and involved thousands of soldiers and Marines.

    (G) For Operation TUMBLER-SNAPPER the period April 1, through June 20, (H) For Operation IVY the period November 1, through December 31, (I) For Operation UPSHOT-KNOTHOLE the period March 17, through June 20, (J) For Operation CASTLE the period March 1, through May 31, Taylor apparently lit his cigarette during Operation Tumbler-Snapper, which was a series of test blasts orchestrated by the US military at the Nevada Test Site. according to Miller's book, and.

    Incredible Photos of Nuclear Explosions. Operation Tumbler-Snapper – Nevada, USA, This photograph was taken a matter of milliseconds after detonation of a nuclear device during Operation Tumbler-Snapper. The image was captured using specialised Rapatronic cameras with an exposure time of three millionths of a second. Analysis of radiation exposure for observers and maneuver troops, Exercise Desert Rock IV, Operation Tumbler-Snapper / (Washington, D.C.: Defense Nuclear Agency, ), by E. Ortlieb, J. Klemm, Jerald L. Goetz, Operation Tumbler-Snapper, Exercise Desert Rock IV., United States. Defense Nuclear Agency, and Science Applications International.


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