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Jack Miller worked as a plant operator at Hanford. He began by working at the 300 Area under Leona Marshall, then switched to the 100 Area where he continued working for 33 years. Like many at Hanford, he stayed at the plant after the war and retired to Richland.

Jack Miller's Timeline
1944 Mar Transferred from Denver, Colorado to Richland, Washington by the Remington Arms Company.
1944 Apr Received security clearance. Began working at 300 Area as a plant operator.

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