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Congratulations!As #NNSS Archivist Martha DeMarre retires today after more than 40 years of service, she shares stories from the past four decades: working at the Site, the establishment of the Nuclear Testing Archives, traveling the country in search of relevant documents, and more. See nnss.gov/news. Thank you, Martha! ... See MoreSee Less
A terrific person. Martha deserves the best in retirement.
Best wishes. Your dedication and service is greatly appreciated!
B Platoon just received their first shipment of Muertos Coffee. Remember a portion of the proceeds goes back to the Association when you highlight NNSS Fire Rescue at checkout. Thanks to Cody Milner for the photo. You can make your orders at muertoscoffeeco.com ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline PhotosI spy with my little eye… a western tanager flying toward the sky! #WildlifeWednesday ... See MoreSee Less
MLK Day Legacy of Service ... See MoreSee Less
Game Changers. ... See MoreSee Less
I found the show on a channel with dish. Started watching it again.
Saw Marco in an Adam 12 episode the other day. As a cop.
I grew up in the San Fernando Valley and it was so LA County to the T
Great show watched it forever when I was a kid
Is this the site when you Jon Gallardo started?
Timeline PhotosNew year, new career?
We’re seeking a senior principal engineer who will provide engineering design and associated construction oversight for power transmission, distribution and substation projects for the Nevada National Security Site. Know a great candidate? See careers-msts.icims.com/jobs/2996/job.
As a reminder, the #NNSS offers employment opportunities through federal and contractor positions. Get started on your search today at www.nnss.gov/pages/NFO/EmploymentJobs.html.
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Rest In Peace Chief Poplin. You will be missed sir. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for your service sir🇺🇸🚒
January 11, 1951 | On this day in 1951, the United States’ Atomic Energy Commission publicly announced the creation of the Nevada Proving Grounds, renaming it the Nevada Test Site four years later. Established as a continental nuclear weapons testing site, this 680-square mile area was originally part of the Nellis Air Force Gunnery and Bombing Range in Southern Nevada. The location would eventually expand to 1,375-square miles and serve as the setting for 928 total detonations until the U.S. ceased testing nuclear weapons in 1992.
Did you know that the other finalists for the site included bases in New Mexico, Utah, and North Carolina? This photograph from the Nevada National Security Site shows the area during a snowstorm in 1967.
We are currently open to the public on a strict, reservation-only basis, so be sure to plan your visit to the NATM today. You can pre-purchase tickets here: nationalatomictestingmuseum.doubleknot.com/event/day/admission/23597 ... See MoreSee Less