Radiological characterization and decontamination of MH-53 Marine Corps helicopters
MCAS Iwakuni Helicopter Radiological Remediation
Following the 2011 earthquake and the tsunami, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant sustained substantial damage, releasing radionuclides into the atmosphere. As a result, radiological fallout contaminated the Japanese and U.S. Navy MH-53 helicopters in the area.
Salas O’Brien provided critical support for this situation, including radiological characterization, oversight, disassembly, decontamination, packing and shipping of radiologically contaminated materials, and final clearance surveys and release of parts and the airframes for use by the Navy. In addition, we uploaded the corresponding survey data and the release notifications to the Joint Deficiency Reporting System (JDRS) for record archival.
U. S. Army Joint Munitions, Command; Intuitive Research and Technology Corporation (IRTC), Erickson Inc.
The project team’s environmental and radiological services experts are passionate about building and maintaining strong client relationships. Prompt mobilization and outstanding project delivery are cultural standards that set them apart from other contractors.Cyrus TurnerHealth Physicist