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A friend sent me former Congresswoman Heather Wilson’s article in the Los Alamos Monitor: “Congressional delegation failed to stick up for Los Alamos.” The article cited the deferral of the Chemistry Metallurgy Research Replacement Facility project for her concern. As a former LANL staff member (when it was called LASL) I am well aware of the importance of the Chemistry and Metallurgy facility and the need to replace it with a modern facility. The cost and complexity of this project calls for thoughtful consideration. Unfortunately fiscal concerns have led to the delay. Wilson says that nobody in the New Mexico Congressional delegation is willing to fight for Los Alamos. I disagree.
I took a supervisory job at Sandia Labs in weapon component development some time ago and eventually retired from Sandia Labs, but I continued to stay connected with the activities at Sandia Labs and at LANL.
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