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Todd Tucker

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Biography:

Todd Tucker attended the University of Notre Dame on a full scholarship, graduating with a degree in history in 1990. He then volunteered for the United States Navy's demanding nuclear power program, eventually making six patrols onboard a Trident submarine. In 1995 Tucker left the navy to return with his family to Indiana to pursue a career in writing. In addition to extensive magazine writing for such publications as TWA Ambassador, The Rotarian, Inside Sports, and Historic Traveler, he has also published three books: Notre Dame Game Day, Notre Dame vs. The Klan, and The Great Starvation Experiment.

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1961 Nuclear Power Plant Accident

Historian Todd Tucker spoke about the only fatal nuclear reactor incident in American history, which occurred at a remote military testing facility in Idaho and claimed the lives of three people on the night of January 3, 1961. ... More »

Host: Ian Punnett
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