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Alfred E. Zuk

Sheet Metal WorkerWendover, UT

Manhattan Project VeteranMilitary VeteranSpecial Engineer Detachment
Alfred Zuk

Alfred Zuk was a member of the Special Engineer Detachment assigned to the 509th Composite Group in Wendover, Utah from 1944 to 1945. Zuk and other members of the SED worked on making modifications to the "Silverplate" B-29's that would be carrying atomic weapons.  

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