health and safety is minimized as the remediation of RCWM continues.
This chapter concluded with a brief overview of the management practices that apply to the RCWM program. These management practices are very complex by the nature of the DOD PPBES, which applies to all DOD programs, as well as the specialized functions of the RCWM program itself. The processes must also be designed to apply to several possible scenarios depending on where, when, and how buried chemical weapons munitions are discovered.
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