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Defense Department employees, contractors and their families that worked in or around the site of the nuclear disaster in Japan last year have access to a new database that estimates their radiation dose. DoD launched the Tomodachi Registry this week. It's available to all DoD-affiliated employees and their families. The site also includes information about the event and answers to frequently asked questions.
Darren Ash, deputy executive director of corporate management at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, will talk about how the agency is using youtube and other social media.
November 8, 2011
Agency CIO Darren Ash said media and citizens wanted more information than ever about what NRC is doing in the U.S. and in Japan to deal with the nuclear power safety. Ash said the agency is considering both technology and process improvements to its FOIA processes.
June 9, 2011
Service members in certain prefectures of Japan will receive hardship duty pay effective April 1, Defense Department officials announced.
A highly specialized team of search and rescue professionals are back from Japan and talking about their experience in the devastated country.
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On of the lessons we can learn is the ongoing nightmare of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant can be instructive.
A search and rescue team from Fairfax County returned home from Japan early Sunday morning.
The elite urban search rescue team from Fairfax County that was assisting in the efforts following the earthquake and tsunami and Japan will be returning to the United States early Sunday morning.
Scientists have posted the ominous sound of the 9.0 magnitude temblor, from as close to the source as it gets.
Many people in the D.C. area with ties to Japan are still watching the devastation, worried about family, friends and the country's future.