Meet eight members of Sandia staff who assisted in rescue and recovery at the Pentagon following 9/11.
After the terrorist attacks in 2001, Sandia leveraged its systems engineering expertise in new ways, creating an ongoing list of countermeasures for biological, cyber and chemical threats to the nation.
A glimpse of what was happening at the Labs on September 11, 2001.
Before 2001, researchers initiated programs and innovations that were essential to advance national and homeland security after 9/11.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, formerly the National Atomic Museum, moved in 2002 due to heightened security on Kirtland Air Force following the attacks.
Historian Alan Carr presented the history of nuclear weapons development and testing to more than 900 participants in a new speaker series. In September, historian Katie…
The Sandia Core Values were initially drafted in 1989 to reflect the Labs’ core purpose. Over the years, as the Labs’ work has evolved, the values were refined to reflect these changes.