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Operation BUSTER-JANGLE, 1951

Operation BUSTER-JANGLE, 1951

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Published by The Agency, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear weapons -- Testing.,
  • Atomic bomb -- Nevada -- Testing.,
  • Radioactive fallout -- Nevada.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by the Defense Nuclear Agency as executive agency for the Department of Defense.
    ContributionsUnited States. Defense Nuclear Agency., JRB Associates.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination188 p. :
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15262122M

    living and working conditions at the site during buster- jangle buster-jangle epilogue the site: buster-jangle figures buster-jangle photos. chapter 3. operation tumbler-snapper: april 1 – june 5, () planning nevada test organization for operation tumbler-snapper reeco construction status other contractors at the site. Trinity / Operation Crossroads / Operation Sandstone / Operation Ranger / Operation Greenhouse / Operation Buster-Jangle / Operation Tumbler-Snapper / Operation Ivy / Operation Upshot-Knothole / Operation Castle / Operation Teapot / Operation Wigwam / Operation Redwing / Operation.

    Operation BUSTER-JANGLE, / ([Washington, D.C.]: The Agency ; [Springfield, Va.]: [For sale by the National Technical Information Service], []), by Jean Ponton, JRB Associates, and United States. Defense Nuclear Agency (page images at HathiTrust).   _____John Cage ()_____ John Cage (): Music of Changes, for piano (). Dedicato a David Tudor. Book I (New York, May

    Shots ABLE to EASY: the first five tests of the BUSTER-JANGLE series, 22 October - 5 November / ([Washington, D.C.]: The Agency ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, ]), by JRB Associates and United States. Defense Nuclear Agency (page images at . testing and analysis began in , when I was present at Operation Buster/Jangle at the Nevada Test Site, and continues to the present. Until I was responsible for planning several DOD nuclear tests. I still consult for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency on matters related to the nuclear effects database com-piled by that agency during.


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In late two test series were held together for the first time - Operation Buster (conducted by Los Alamos) and Operation Operation BUSTER-JANGLE (conducted by the DOD). DOD personnel participated in Buster-Jangle, of them troops who conducted field exercises in conjunction with the tests.

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Operation BUSTER-JANGLE, Creator: prepared by the Defense Nuclear Agency as executive agency for the Department of Defense ; [author(s) Jean Ponton and others].

This report describes the activities of DOD military and civilian personnel in Operation BUSTER-JANGLE, the second series of atmospheric nuclear weapons tests conducted at the Nevada Proving Ground from 22 October. (D) For Operation RANGER the period Janu through February 6, (E) For Operation GREENHOUSE the period April 8, through J (F) For Operation BUSTER-JANGLE the period Octo through Decem (G) For Operation TUMBLER-SNAPPER the period April 1, through J Operation BUSTER-JANGLE lasted from 22 October to 29 November and involved an estimated 9, Department of Defense (DOD) personnel in observer programs, tactical maneuvers damage effects tests, scientific and diagnostic studies, and support activities.

Operation Ranger was the fourth American nuclear test series. It was conducted in and was the first series to be carried out at the Nevada Test Site.

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A series of A-bomb tests called Operation Buster-Jangle helped researchers in Washington determine whether the sound of a nuclear bomb could be detected from miles away.

Photograph the nuclear test, Dog, a part of Operation Buster-Jangle. This report describes the activities of DOD military and civilian personnel in Operation BUSTER-JANGLE, the second series of atmospheric nuclear weapons tests conducted at the Nevada Proving Ground from 22 October through 29 November The BUSTER-JANGLE series consisted of seven events.

Buster-Jangle. The first nuclear test was held at the Nevada Test Site on Janu The first field test with soldiers as guinea pigs was held in November Operation Buster–Jangle was a series of seven nuclear weapons tests conducted by the United States in late at the Nevada Test –Jangle was the first joint test program between the DOD and Los Alamos National Laboratories; as part of Operation Buster, 6, troops were involved in the Operation Desert Rock I, II, III exercises in conjunction with the tests.

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Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. A Brief History On November 1,the U.S. military conducted Operation Buster-Jangle in which U.S.

soldiers were exposed to atomic explosions in Nevada so that the effects could be studied. Nobody asked the soldiers for consent, and many of them were probably draftees as well. Operation Buster/Jangle, conducted October and November at the Nevada Proving Ground, was comprised of five shots under Buster and two under Jangle.

The Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory sponsored all of the Buster events, while the Department of Defense (DoD) sponsored the first Jangle shot, and DoD and the Laboratory jointly sponsored the Format: DVD._____ Operation Buster-Jangle, Washington, DC: Defense Nuclear Agency, NTIS# ADA [7 detonations conducted from October-November at Nevada Proving Ground, involving at least Navy and Marine Corps personnel.].

_____ Operation Tumbler-Snapper, Washington, DC: Defense Nuclear Agency, NTIS# ADAHe dedicated the poem to his two brothers, John and William. John was killed in action on the Munsan-ni combat jump in Korea. William was a member of the th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 11th Airborne Division.

He was an atomic vet who participated in "Operation Buster/Jangle" in .