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Prior to joining the ISS program, Mills spent 20 years in a variety of project and program management positions with Atomics International, a part of Boeing Rocketdyne Propulsion and Power.
and the Atomics International Division of Rockwell International Corp.
Atomics International (Rockwell) and Lockheed Development Center.
I have been a practicing nuclear engineer for almost 50 years, and I worked for Atomics International at Santa Susana from 1962 to 1965.
The only news of the incident came about a month after the meltdown, when the Valley Green Sheet, a forerunner of the Daily News, reported that a press release issued by Atomics International said there had been an accident with its reactor, but no radiation had escaped.
The announcement was made during meetings held Tuesday night and Wednesday with former workers of the Energy Technology Engineering Center, Atomics International and Rocketdyne - which was later purchased by Rockwell and then the Boeing Co.
In 1959, he graduated with a master's degree in science and aeronautical engineering from USC and worked at Atomics International, a division of Rockwell, for a time before starting his own tax consulting firm, which he had for more than 30 years.
Footage documented how employees handled the cleanup in order to train other Atomics International Division employees, said nuclear watchdog Dan Hirsch, who obtained the film from a federal library in 1979 under the Freedom of Information Act.