U.S. ARMY CHEMICAL CORPS
Hall of Fame
Mr. Edward R. Bradley
Mr. Edward R. Bradley was born in Greeneville, Texas, on March 4, 1931. He received his Bachelor of Science in physics in 1958, followed by his Master of Science from East Texas University in 1960.
He then joined the Chemical School as Chief of the Radiology Laboratory, a position he held at Fort McClellan, Alabama, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, then again at Fort McClellan, until his untimely death in 1982.
Mr. Bradley established and conducted a nationally recognized radiological safety and radiological defense program which incorporated the first simulated nuclear fallout field using controllable radiological sources. His superb instruction had a positive influence on countless students over a long career, in which he came to be recognized by students, peers, and superiors as the “N” in NBC.