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In the wake of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the U.S. Department of Energy immediately started work to make sure America’s defense — including its immense nuclear energy supplies — were protected.
Paul Golan, now acting manager at DOE’s Oak Ridge Office, was active in the DOE Emergency Operations Center in Washington, D.C., during and after the attacks.
He shared his experiences and the work DOE did in those early hours and days to make sure everything was safe in a presentation at the Oak Ridge Emergency Management Forum last week.
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