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Legacy of Our Veterans' Military Exposures
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World War II Benefits

Fort McClellan 1935 -1999

Fort McClellan

Board of Veterans' Appeals Citation Nr: 1108696 Decision Date: 03/04/11 FINDINGS OF FACT 1. The Veteran was exposed to herbicides while stationed at Fort McClellan, Alabama, in

Vietnam War Exposures

AGENT ORANGE First Agent Orange case in US is won by a veteran  VETERAN’S DISEASES VA Links Brain Cancer to Agent Orange Exposure in Recent Court Decision
How To File A Claim
If you believe you were exposed to radiation during atomic testing in Nevada or the South Pacific, contact the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Nuclear Test Personnel Review Program (NTPR). The NTPR is a Department of Defense (DOD) program that works to confirm veteran participation in U.S. atmospheric nuclear tests from 1945 to 1962, and the occupation forces of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. Members of this group are sometimes referred to as atomic vets or atomic veterans.
HOW TO FILE A CLAIM

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Scientists Warn of Sperm Count Declines Linked to Pesticide Exposure

Scientists Warn of Sperm Count Declines Linked to Pesticide Exposure

Veterans Diseases

Toxic Military exposures have been proven to cause serious as well as life threatening diseases in veterans exposed during their service in the Armed Forces.

Neurodevelopmedntal Disorder

Neurodevelopmental disorders are disabilities associated primarily with the functioning of the neurological system and brain. Examples of neurodevelopmental disorders in children

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