The Atomic Heritage Foundation’s 2015 annual report is now available online. The report details AHF’s accomplishments in 2015 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 was officially established in a signing ceremony in Washington, DC;
- AHF held a productive meeting with the mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and other Japanese officials to discuss the interpretation of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park;
- AHF launched new “Ranger in Your Pocket” programs on Hanford’s Pioneers and Los Alamos;
- More than 300 people, including more than a dozen Manhattan Project veterans, attended our reunion and symposium on the 70th anniversary of the Manhattan Project.
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