But his war to get the agency to acknowledge that the polluted water at the Marine Corps base. Act, military veterans who were exposed to toxic chemicals at Camp Lejeune do not need a.
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The Toxic Exposures in the American Military coalition, announced this week, will coordinate efforts from groups like Wounded Warrior Project, Vietnam Veterans of America, Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Veteran health care and compensation benefits. VA does not presume that any adverse health conditions are associated with service at Fort McClellan. Veterans who are experiencing health issues that they associate with their service while at Fort McClellan should see their primary care provider or local environmental health provider.
The Military & Dependent Environmental Hazard Group is open to all military and family members who have been exposed to toxins while living on the over 130 military bases that are on the EPA Superfund List of contaminated bases here in the U.S. alone.
Exposures and Military Bases in the United States. The VA has already authorized certain presumptive benefits for veterans stationed at Fort McClellan and Camp Lejeune during specific time-periods. There are also presumptive conditions for veterans known as "Atomic Vets," who meet certain criteria for radiation exposure.
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