Journal of Civil Defense 2007, Volume 40, Issue 2, “Get Shelter”
In this issue of the Journal of Civil Defense, you will learn how to build shelter to protect you and your loved ones from nuclear blast and radiation fallout. Remember, nuclear war is survivable!
Journal of Civil Defense 2007, Vol. 40. I-2, “Get Shelter”
In this issue of the Journal of Civil Defense, you will learn how to build shelter to protect you and your loved ones from nuclear blast and radiation fallout.
Many people refuse to consider the possibility of an attack, because they believe nuclear war is not survivable. If there is nothing one can do, one tends to do nothing. They receive all their information from the media, which tells them this philosophy is true. If we can educate these people to the real and fundamental effects of nuclear weapons, they may see that nuclear war is, in fact, very survivable and prepare accordingly.
Edward Teller, the father of the Hydrogen Bomb and a TACDA Advisor and writer for TACDA in his day, is quoted saying, “Every day we go without a nuclear terrorist attack is a gift.”
Remember, nuclear war is survivable!
In This Issue:
Message from Sharon Packer and Paul Seyfried “Nuclear War Is Survivable!” (Pg. 3)
FYI: Nuclear Weapons Effects (Pg. 6)
Corrugated Steel or Steel Plate Shelters (Pg. 9)
FEMA: Lean-To Basement Shelters (Pg. 12)
Basement Shelters (Pg. 16)
Concrete Shelters (Pg. 16)
NORAD by Paul Seyfried (Pg. 20)
Dear TACDA: Chimneys & NBC (Pg. 21)
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