Navy Nuclear Personnel


currently working in Health Physics, Radcon or Related Fields


Please note: Hi folks. I started this website project in 1995 while I was a graduate student at University of Michigan to demonstrate internet use. After 12 years of maintaining this listing of ex-nucs, I am going to call it quits. There are some websites now which do a much better job on this than I do, and can protect your information better too. So, I will leave these pages up for another month or so, and then will removal all entries. Thank you to University of Michigan and now Idaho State University for hosting this site. Try one of the following http://Navy.TogetherWeServed.com

Are you an ex-navy nuc, try looking at our Job and Employment Section (Job List and Links).

If you are looking for information on radiation or training, see our full website The Radiation Information Network.

Here are some interesting websites

Naval Historical Center is the official history program of the United States Navy, the Naval Historical Center manages the Navy Department Library, twelve Navy museums, art collections, archives, and an underwater archaeology program.

Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel

The VA has a web site http://www.va.gov/ which might be of interest. Also, there is Military dot com Buddy Finder .

Here is the directory:


Job and Employment Section (Job List and Links)

Return to the Radiation Information Network's HomePage (radiation information, jobs, etc.)

Ex-Navy Nuclear Personnel Directory



This HomePage is hosted by the Idaho State University AS, BS and MS Health Physics Programs in Pocatello Idaho, and the ISU Health Physics Alumni Association and the ISU HPS Student Chapter. Ex-Nuc's looking for degree programs should consider ISU Health Physics program.

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