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EM 160 Recovery From Nuclear Attack

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There is no doubt whatsoever that if a large-scale nuclear exchange should ever occur, the result would be a massive disaster for the societies involved. The death, suffering, misery, and long-term consequences of various types would have few if any parallels in human experience-and certainly none in the history of the United States. But this is not the same as saying that recovery would be "impossible." As the report says, "in years of research, no insuperable barrier to recovery has been found."

SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS

50% of people exposed to what level radiation over one week will probably die?

a. 300 roentgens (R)
b. 450 roentgens (R)
c. 150 roentgens (R)
d. 50 roentgens (R)

Post-attack leadership will come from elected officials and their emergency management staffs

a. and their pre-delegated alternates located outside of the affected areas
b. operating from protected emergency operations centers
c. only in rural areas as there are fewer targets likely to be attacked
d. who have trained in the strategies of post-attack reconstruction



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