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Robert A. Miller

Electrical Engineer Oak Ridge, TN

Dayton, OH
Manhattan Project VeteranMilitary VeteranSpecial Engineer Detachment
The K-25 Plant in Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Robert Miller was an electrical engineer in the Special Engineering Detachment at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, primarily focused on the development of measuring instrument. In early 1945, Miller moved to Dayton, Ohio to work in the Dayton Mound Lab as part of the Project. After the war, Miller returned to Oak Ridge as a civilian worker. 

Robert A. Miller's Timeline
1919 Sep 30th Born
1944 Sep1945 Feb Worked at Oak Ridge, Tennessee
1945 Feb Moved to Dayton, Ohio and was assigned to the Mound Lab.
1946 Feb Left the Army and became a civilian scientist at Oak Ridge

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