IndexEntries in bold are main entries.
|393rd Heavy Bombardment Squadron, 368|
|509th Composite Group, 121|
|9812th Special Engineer Detachment (SED), 221 ;|
|A-26 (Reconnaissance Aircraft), 8|
|Aachen Institute of Technology, 108|
| Naval Research Laboratory, 244 ;|
| Thermal diffusion process, 226|
|Special Subcommittee on the Hydrogen Bomb, 344|
|Acheson-Lilienthal Report. See Acheson Board;|
|Adamson, K. F., Uranium Committee, 386|
|Advanced gas-cooled reactor (AGR), 28|
|Advisory Committee on Atomic Energy, 2-3, 146|
|Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments, Uranium Committee, 406|
|Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards (ACRS), 3 , |
|Atomic Energy Commission, 30 ;|
| Reactor Safeguard Committee, 308|
|Advisory Committee on Uranium. See Uranium Committee |
|AFOAT-1 (Air Force Office of Atomic Testing), 217|
|Africa, Treaty of Pelindaba, 371|
|African Nuclear Weapons Free Zone Treaty. See Treaty of Pelindaba |
|Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean (OPANAL), 373-374|
|Aiken (South Carolina), 263, 322|
|Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion, 4|
|Akers, Wallace Allen, 4-5, 88 ;|
| Role in British mission to Manhattan Project, 4-5|
|Akers Research laboratory, 5|
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Book title: Historical Encyclopedia of Atomic Energy.
Contributors: Stephen E. Atkins - Author.
Publisher: Greenwood Press.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: 445.
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