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Is this entry censored or why is it so short?

No, it's not censored. The article was only created a month ago, and hasn't yet had many editors wanting to expand it. Feel free to help by editing it. Angela. 12:33, May 30, 2005 (UTC)


I thought I might edit the article if there are no objections. The line "caused workers from all over the U.S. to flock to Amarillo for jobs building bombs" doesn't seem to fit the tone for Wikipedia, so I thought I might change it to "created a noticeable increase in employment opportunities in the Amarillo area." There is also a small problem with the arrangement of the sections at the bottom--the Footnotes appears before the Controversy section is completed. Are there any objections? Gaedheal (talk) 13:58, 3 September 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

I went ahead and rearranged the Footnotes section, because it's hard to imagine that would be a problem. On the off chance that the wording I mention above is intentional, such as a quote, I didn't change it. If it is a quote (&c.), maybe it could be referenced?Gaedheal (talk) 13:58, 3 September 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Proctor & Gamble Defense Corporation[edit]

Pantex was operated as a nuclear bomb assembly plant by Proctor & Gamble Defense Corp. beginning in 1950. The plant made the high explosives used in the bombs locally and performed final assembly of nuclear warheads. After the Korean War armistice on July 27, 1953, P&G Defense notified the Federal Government that it did not intend to renew its contract to operate the plant. In 1954, Mason & Hanger took over the plant. Operating personnel were retained by Mason & Hanger. P&G executives and employees returned to Proctor & Gamble.



  1. ^ Once Around Is Enough, Alan P. McKelvey, autobiography, 1995. Self-published

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