General Electric members work on a N-Reactor and John Fitzgerald Kennedy gives a speech in Richland, Washington.
Richland Washington USA Date:1966 Duration:2 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of the Atomic Energy Commission on the Hanford Project in Richland, Washington. A sign reads 'Welcome to N-Reactor Operated For The AEC By General Electric. Hanford Atomic Products Department'. General Electric members work in a communication room during the production of plutonium for any war and for the production of steam in 1959. Men speak over microphones. A man speaks into a telephone and moves towards a set of communication system. He presses a switch to raise an alarm. Many switches, dials, levers, blinking lights seen in the control room. In 1963 U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy arrives at the Hanford nuclear power plant site to break ground for the construction of the nuclear power plant. He disembarks from a helicopter. He gives a speech. Other officials sit at the back on chairs and listen. People gathered in the front clap. An aerial view of the power plant. Interiors of the plant communication room and a generation area. Workers work in the plant. An aerial view of the nuclear power plant and the dual reactor facility. Electrical towers for electricity supply to homes and factories in the region.
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