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This report summarizes the results of a preliminary study to determine the advantages, disadvantages, and estimated construction costs of several types of blast-resistant shelters for the B-70 aircraft and its crew. While the blast resistant aspect of the structure is of prime importance, the effects of nuclear radiation and speed and facility of placing the aircraft in operational readiness are also considered.

Original document accession number D(L)-6570.

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