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4. Who would serve as the coordinating agency for a nuclear/radiological incident aboard a U.S. Navy vehicle? a. National Transportation Safety Board b. U.S. Maritime Administration c. Department of Defense d. U.S. Coast Guard
Department of Defense would serve as the coordinating agency for a nuclear/radiological incident aboard a U.S. Navy vehicle.
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Department of Defense would serve as the coordinating agency for a nuclear/radiological incident aboard a U.S. Navy vehicle.
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