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Thomas J. Davis

ElectricianLos Alamos, NM

Manhattan Project VeteranMilitary Veteran

Thoms Davis was an electrician assigned to work at Los Alamos.

Prior to working for the Army Corps of Engineers at Los Alamos from January 1945 to June 1946, Davis worked at the Houston Shipyards. After the war, Thomas became a long time member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, before finally leaving the electrical trade in 1961. He was ordered to maintain strict secrecy, and chose to remain silent about what he had done at Los Alamos even after the war. Davis passed away on November 23, 1982 in Waco, TX.  

Thomas J. Davis's Timeline
1945 Jan1946 Jun Worked as an electrician at Los Alamos as a part of the Army Corps of Engineers.

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