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During WWII, Adolph Molin was a member of the Special Engineer Detachment (SED) and worked as an Engineer at the K-25 Plant at the Oak Ridge, TN facility. Before working at Oak Ridge, Molin received his degree in Engineering from Kentucky University. 

Adolph Molin's Timeline
1944 Aug Assigned to work at the K-25 Plant at Oak Ridge.

Adolph Molin SED Detachment Letter to Oak Ridge, 1944, Page 1

Adolph Molin SED Detachment Letter to Oak Ridge, 1944, Page 2

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