degree of nuclear risk

degree of nuclear risk
branduolinės rizikos laipsnis statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Vado nustatytas panaudoto branduolinio ginklo poveikio pajėgoms, puolančioms artimą priešo taikinį, laipsnis; pagal taktinę padėtį priimtinas rizikos laipsnis gali būti kritinis, vidutinis ir nereikšmingas. atitikmenys: angl. degree of nuclear risk pranc. risque nucléaire ryšiai: dar žiūrėkkritinė branduolinė rizika dar žiūrėknereikšminga branduolinė rizika dar žiūrėkvidutinė branduolinė rizika

NATO terminų aiškinamasis žodynas. – 3-iasis patais. leid. – Vilnius : Lietuvos Respublikos krašto apsaugos ministerijos Generalinė inspekcija . 2006.

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