James Leo Woods worked at Columbia University in the Pupin Laboratory as the head of the Tool and Dye making department. He interacted with Enrico Fermi, who told Woods to go to Los Alamos at the end of the war, but was unaware of his contribution to the atomic bomb until it was publicly announced.
James Leo Woods
Director of Tool and Dye MakingColumbia University
Manhattan Project Veteran
Jerry Grubaugh, Jr.
Jerry Grubaugh, Jr. served as a private first class in the 393rd Bombardment Squadron. He was a member of the ground crew regularly assigned to the B-29 Next Objective.