Terrorists with the intent to acquire and use weapons of mass destruction (WMD) present a grave threat to international peace and security. WMD can kill large numbers of civilians and overwhelm local emergency response units. WMD include nuclear, chemical, biological, and radiological weapons, as well as large conventional bombs capable of a high order of destruction.
The United States is committed to preventing terrorists from using these devastating weapons.
If you provide information that leads to the arrest or conviction of any individual committing, attempting or conspiring to commit, or aiding and abetting in the commission of an act of international terrorism involving WMD against U.S. persons or U.S. property worldwide, you may be eligible to receive a reward.
Note: Any intentionally false claims will be reported to the appropriate authorities.
On July 15, 2006, President Bush and President Putin launched the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism. The purpose of this unique initiative is to broaden and enhance the partnership to combat the global threat of nuclear terrorism.