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Jack Keen is the son of Lester Orlan Keen, an engineering draftsman at Hanford during the Manhattan Project. He was three when his father took the job at Hanford, and spent a couple years at the Hanford Site as a young child.

Jack Keen's Timeline
1940 Oct 2nd Born in Walla Walla, Washington.
19431945 Lived on the Hanford Site with his family during his father's work on the Manhattan Project.
1945 Left Hanford after his father's Manhattan Project work concluded.

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