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Nuclear Radiological Incident Annex The term 'Nuclear Radiological Incident Annex' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' An annex to the National Response Framework, which provides for a timely, coordinated response by Federal agencies to nuclear or radiological accidents or incidents within the United States. This annex covers radiological dispersal devices and improvised nuclear devices, as well as accidents involving commercial reactors or weapons production facilities, lost radioactive sources, transportation accidents involving radioactive material, and foreign accidents involving nuclear or radioactive material. For additional detail, please see the NRC Incident Response Plan (NUREG-0728) . '.
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