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Inside a vacant former maximum-security prison, the Pentagon has nearly finished building a new health clinic with nearby surgical and radiological suites.
State regulations also require annual tests for harmful chemicals and screenings every four years for radiological contaminants, like uranium.
Surgical scars, lost body parts and hair, chemically induced fatigue, radiological burns, nausea, hormone-blocking medications, numbness from neuropathies, weight gain or loss, and anxiety hardly function as aphrodisiacs.
Johnson was a conventional soldier trained to work with chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear weapons, while Black and Wright were Green Beret soldiers.
Sergeant Johnson, who listed his hometown as Springboro, Ohio, and enlisted in the Army in 2007, was a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear specialist.
Martino-Taylor said the offensive radiological weapons program was a top priority for the government.
The Defense Department also awarded Cubic $9.9 million to develop systems to help the military deal with chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear threats.
DOE views seriously any event in which workers received unplanned radiological uptakes.
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medical Definition of radiological
- radiological treatment
- radiological physics
- radiological hazards
radiologicallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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