The core of Code 87's business is the stock control of nearly 70,000 line items of Naval Reactors equipment and components.
What does NR stand for?
NR stands for Naval Reactor
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- National Rail (Australia)
- National Register
- National Review (political magazine)
- Nationalrat (Austrian Parlamentary Institution)
- NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Restricted
- Natural Resources
- Natural Rubber
- Naturally Radioactive
- Nautic Radio (Island of Vis, Croatia)
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The Vulcan Naval Reactor Test Establishment - based on the Dounreay nuclear complex site near Thurso in Caithness - has been the UK's only base for testing submarine reactors for more than 40 years.
Derby-based Rolls-Royce already has long-term support contracts with the Ministry of Defence which cover propulsion support for nuclear submarines and the operation of the Vulcan naval reactor test establishment at Dounreay in Scotland.
Last week, an agreement to support nuclear power in space was signed by Nasa and the joint civilian and military government organisation Naval Reactors.
GAO-04-545 June 25, 2004 The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), a separately organized agency within the Department of Energy (DOE), is responsible for the management and security of the nation's nuclear weapons, nonproliferation, and naval reactor programs.
As much as I hate to disagree, the "Chart of the Nuclides for Naval Reactors, USDOE, that I have hanging on my wall lists the half-life of bismuth-209 as greater than or equal to 2 x [10.