Here in the deep crater the men get a little relief from the hot desert sun. At 6:00 o'clock in the morning it is often approaching 100 degrees. Temperatures on the sand at noon can be 120 degrees or more. It's hard work but keeping the nation strong is well worth the toil.
It's hard work doing most of this by hand. A bulldozer has been shipped but has not yet arrived at the work site. Modern nuclear work, the greatest technology science knows being done by men wielding hand tools!
Every aspect of the work is a joint operation between the services. This sailor walks past one of of the many Army scientists, in the lab coat. The men must not only obtain samples, but the location, depth and nature of the sample are also critical to the research.
Scientists direct every aspect of the job. The work is useless without good science to back it up. In recent years American schools have offered more science and mathematics courses to insure that American Science will continue to lead the Free World.