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NNSA Monthly News [February 2005]   [open pdf - 414KB]

"In this issue: U.S. and U.K. Cooperate on Ridding Russian of Weapons Grade Plutonium; Samuel Bodman Becomes New DOE Secretary; Y-12 Lends Equipment to South Carolina State's Nuclear Engineering Program; Dan Glenn Enjoys Leading Pantex Site Office; 2004 A Banner Year for the Jasper Gun; Pantex Exceeds 2004 FIRP [Facilities and Infrastructure Recapitalization Program] Goals; Virtual Reality Lets Engineers Go Inside Designs; Sandia, NYU Co-Host First-Ever 'Big Picture Summit'; Highly Enriched Uranium Repatriated from Czech Republic; Conference on Security of Radioactive Sources; Livermore, Sandia Team for Math, Science Program; DOE Extends Acceptance Policy for Spent Nuclear Fuel; Los Alamos Wizardry to Aid New Mars Science Lab; and LANL [Los Alamos National Laboratory] Camera Will Probe Edge of Solar System."

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2005-02
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National Nuclear Security Administration Monthly News (February 2005)
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