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6/29/2016 08:39 AM - Los Alamos National Laboratory is monitoring the situation unfolding in Turkey. Security officials are engaged with the Department of Energy DOE, as well as federal and local law enforcement. There are no known imminent threats to DOE sites or personnel. If you plan to travel to Turkey or the region, monitor the Department of State website, www.travel.gov, for advisories, warnings and travel restrictions. This event again reminds us of terrorism's global reach however, the U.S. homeland is not immune to potential attacks. If you plan to attend Independence Day festivities, especially large gatherings, be aware of your surroundings and know emergency contact numbers. The LANL Emergency Operations Center EOC 24-hour number is 505 667-6211.
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8:00 PM ScienceFest @ Downtown Los Alamos

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10:00 AM Public Talk: Silent Voices of WWII: The Navajo Code Talkers’ Vital, Secret Role in the Pacific Theater @ Bradbury Science Museum

The presentor: Nancy R. Bartlit is an author, oral historian and a lecturer registered with the New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities as well as the Historical Society of New Mexico. A graduate of Smith College, Bartlit majored in history. She taught Japanese students for two years in Sendai, Japan, just 13-15 years after WWII ended. She visited all four main islands of Japan. Later, she revisited Japan five times, including several visits to Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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