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Navy facilities needs your help concerning radioactive materials


Indian Head, MD -
Do you have any information about the historical use or disposal of radiological material at Naval Support Facility Indian Head (NSFIH)?

The U.S. Navy is conducting an assessment at naval installations, including NSFIH and the Stump Neck Annex, regarding the historical use and disposal of general radioactive materials (G‐RAM). Examples of G‐RAM include radioluminescent personnel markers, deck markers, electron tubes, thoriated welding rods, certain types of engine exciters, thorium lenses, radioisotopes used in laboratories, and depleted uranium counterweights. Individuals with information about the historical use or disposal of radiological material at NSFIH or the Stump Neck Annex are invited to provide input and share recollections.

To participate in an interview or provide other relevant recollections, contact 844‐236‐0390 or email (HRA_IndianHead@aecom.com) with contact information. All information provided will be considered in the preparation of an assessment report for NSFIH. All comments, including personal information, provided as part of this assessment are subject to Freedom of Information Act and may be made publicly available at any time.

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