Navy and former director of the Defense Nuclear Agency from 1977 to 1980, expressed the opinion, "The treaty has many problems from being unverifiable to giving Russia virtual veto power over U.
What does DNA stand for?
DNA stands for Defense Nuclear Agency
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We have 445 other meanings of DNA in our Acronym Attic
- Department of the Navy, Rome (Italy)
- Directory Number 0
- Duke Nukem 2 (game)
- Duke Nukem II (computer game)
- Duke Nukem 3D (video game)
- Daily News and Analysis (India; newspaper)
- Dark Native Apostle (gaming)
- Data Not Available
- Datanetwork Associates (Software)
- De Nieuw Amsterdam (theater group)
- Definitely Not Attractive
- Delaware Nurses Association
- Delayed Neutron Activation
- Delivery Network Accelerator (BitTorrent)
- Delta Nu Alpha
- Denver Newspaper Agency (Denver, CO)
- Deoxyribonucleic Acid
- Department of Native Affairs (various locations)
- Department(al) Network Administrator
- Dépense Non Admise (French: Non-Deductible Expense)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In the 1980s, the Defense Nuclear Agency undertook an effort to predict mass fires for use in nuclear war planning.
Commencing with the 1946 passage of the McMahon Act, which wrapped up the Manhattan Project and the Manhattan Engineering District to establish a civilian Atomic Energy Commission, the history covers the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project from 1947 to 1959, the Defense Atomic Support Agency from 1959 to 1971, the Defense Nuclear Agency from 1971 to 1996, and the Defense Special Weapons Agency from 1996 to 1998, which became a component of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency in 1998.
It is the successor of a similar instrument that was launched in 1983 aboard a Defense Nuclear Agency satellite called HILAT, said to have been the first ever to observe the aurora in full daylight.
Much attention has focused on a pair of "nuclear winter" projects, sponsored by the Defense nuclear Agency (DNA), that will use the forest fire as a simulation of areas left burning in the aftermath of a nuclear war.