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  Trip Report: W69 Dismantlement Hazard Analysis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In general, the methodology used by the hazard assessment task team (HATT) to identify and analyze hazards associated with the W69 dismantlement activities is sound and appears to have resulted in a systematic and thorough analysis of many of the associated hazards.
The W69 HAR references other safety documents not yet approved by DOE (such as the Bay and Cell SAR modules and the OnĀ­Site Transportation SAR) to identify the hazards and accident sequences pertinent to W69 dismantlement operations.
If the W69 HAR is approved as a basis for W69 operations, the draft documents referenced will then have to be managed in a change control process.
www.deprep.org /1997/tr97a18e.htm   (1243 words)

  Tournament #38   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
ZEV KAUFMAN W81 W69 W41 W73 L05 W84 L01 L18 W57 L76 W82 W56 L53 W47 W22 L34 10 -208 1885 1917 1898 30.
TIM ANGLIN L84 L82 W58 W74 W81 W69 L41 L73 L05 W29 W01 L26 L40 L14 L71 L63 6 -140 1785 1731 1762 77.
JOEY MALLICK L75 W95 W71 W69 L49 L49 L51 L10 W39 L23 W50 W82 L50 W24 W69 8 +580 1936 1926 1933 38.
home.maine.rr.com /jmallick/t038.html   (4633 words)

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GILLSTROM, TERI 1399 W61 W69 W22 L05 L01 L26 L51 W47 W55 W18 L10 L33 6 +87 1473 1423 36.
KAHAN, LOIS 1487 L35 L22 W69 L37 L28 L71 W72 L64 W73 L49 L68 W66 4 -261 1316 1432 62.
SOLDANO, PAT 1406 W67 L03 L15 L30 W69 L24 L18 L57 W69 W70 L41 L57 4 -348 1293 1370 63.
home.maine.rr.com /jmallick/otherresults/1993/930122NJ.html   (3015 words)

In June of 1990, the SRAM missiles were removed from the inventory because of safety concerns regarding the integrity of their W69 nuclear warheads in the event of a fire.
In 1991 DOE and DOD continued to give very high priority to modernizing the SRAM A (W-69) warhead which has the potential for burn and/or detonation during an aircraft accident or fire.
Retirements of warheads have occurred for several reasons including treaties and weapons modernization efforts that supplant the need for some older or less reliable warheads.
www.globalsecurity.org /wmd/systems/w69.htm   (230 words)

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