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January 2005 - United States Special Weapons News

  • Energy's Abraham Discusses Security Changes at Nuclear Facilities Washington File 19 Jan 2005 -- The outgoing U.S. energy secretary says he takes personal pride in the enhancement of security programs and improvements in the overall performance of the security personnel and programs protecting nuclear assets vital to U.S. national defense.
  • Strengthening Nonproliferation Regime Essential, Says Abraham Washington File 13 Jan 2005 -- Outgoing Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham says strengthening both the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is essential so each may be more effective against 21st century threats.
  • United States, Bahamas Sign Pact to Fight Nuclear Terrorism Washington File 12 Jan 2005 -- The United States and the Bahamas have signed a new agreement under which the Caribbean nation will install at a Bahamian seaport special U.S. equipment that detects hidden shipments of nuclear and other radioactive material, U.S. Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham has announced.
  • Last mustard agent removed from Aberdeen yard Army News 09 Feb 2005 -- The Army removed the last container of mustard agent from Aberdeen's Chemical Agent Storage Yard Feb. 2, ending 61 years of the agent's bulk storage at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
  • Army safely destroys one third of nation's chemical agent Army News 03 Jan 2005 -- The U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency announced that by the end of the year it had safely destroyed one third of the nation's stored chemical agent.



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