That door was the entrance to the “clean room.” Once inside, we all looked around the room in amazement. The simple counters, painted borders, and pine floors all stood in stark contrast to the high-tech facilities at our modern-day weapons labs. Nevertheless, it was here that the most sensitive parts of the Gadget were assembled.
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