This report is based upon a review of many of the documents from the extensive literature on radiation damage, and presents information from the literature concerning radiation damage to a few common materials and to typical electronic equipment. In addition, an example illustrating the way in which this information may be useful for space vehicle design is also given. This report does not contain enough data to satisfy the needs of the detailed designer. However, it is expected that this report will be useful to those locating and shielding equipment used with nuclear propulsion units or with nuclear reactors used to generate electrical power. It may also have some application to the design of hard bases and to anti-missile studies where nuclear explosions are a consideration. Since on the outside of a reactor or nuclear explosion the penetrating nuclear radiation consists of energetic neutrons and gamma rays, only these types of radiation are considered in this report.