Don Agrest has worked over 40 years in health physics, now known as radiation protection. Trained as a chemist at SUNY Westchester, his primary duty was to take samples throughout the plant to detect radiation levels. He accompanied any staff that entered the nuclear side of the plant to monitor their wellbeing while minimizing dosage. His first assignment was the Unit 1 reactor but later worked on Unit 2 and 3. His office was located at the control point, a sophisticated station with dosimeters, that functioned as a gatehouse into the radioactive side of the plant. Don also provides information on strikes, activist protests, and the local watering hole where plant workers once socialized.