Ray Smith is the historian at the Y-12 National Security Complex. His specific focus is the history of Oak Ridge, and he is intimately acquainted with the uranium enrichment processes undertaken at the Y-12, K-25, and S-50 plants during the Manhattan Project, and how the Fat Man and Little Boy bombs worked.
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Melvin L. Dietrich
Melvin L. Dietrich worked as a welder and electrician in a number of facilities across the Oak Ridge, Tennessee facility.