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  • Clarence Rashada holds up a sign expressing Pantexans’ support during the United Way campaign kickoff event last week as (from left) Kendra Garcia, Katy Felder and Charles Thomas look on. The four
  • Every year, NNSA’s Pantex Plant uses thousands of pounds of paper that must be destroyed to protect sensitive information. For the vast majority of that paper, a trip through the shredder is not the
  • B&W Y‑12 employee and tour guide Bill Wilburn, left, chats with Teresa Neas, and her husband Kim, whose mother, Audeane Bowers-Neas, worked at Y‑12 in the 1940s. Tours of Y‑12 on June 13 brought
  • Staff from across NNSA participated in the third annual Derek Sheely Lead the Way 4.0-Mile Run. The event raises funds to support concussion awareness on behalf of the Derek Sheely Foundation. On
  • The Pantex Plant honored veterans at its recent annual ceremony to commemorate Armed Forces Day. Members of the Pantex Fire Department Honor Guard raised the American flag as attendees recited the
  • In an effort to raise awareness of bike safety and to protect their fellow cyclists, a group of Pantexans recently left their cars in the garage and hopped a two-wheeled ride to work. The six
  • For the past two weeks, a group of volunteers at Pantex has been collecting donations for the Snack Pak 4 Kids program, gathering an impressive amount of food for needy children.Pantexans donated
  • More than 85 employees from the Savannah River Site M&O contractor Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC (SRNS) volunteered to work on their day off at six United Way agencies located throughout
  • From liquid nitrogen to the 3D simulation room, students were immersed in hands-on science fun at this year’s Take Your Child To Work Day at the Kansas City Plant. “We are proud of the work we
  • DOE today celebrated Earth Day with Community Day on the DOE Pavilion. More than 20 local green exhibitors, including various DOE departments, showcased their environmental programs. Here Fred