The Atomic Heritage Foundation’s 2016 annual report is now available online. The report details AHF’s accomplishments in 2016 and provides updates on our efforts to preserve and interpret the history and legacy of the Manhattan Project. Highlights include:
- The Manhattan Project National Historical Park made progress; Kris Kirby took charge as the new superintendent
- "Ranger in Your Pocket" program "Know Before You Go" at Hanford launched; program on the Bethe House at Los Alamos to be launched in March 2017
- AHF met with Manhattan Project veterans who participated on Honor Flight programs
- New history articles published on AHF website on a wide variety of topics
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