Atomic veterans deserve better

"It really can’t get much better," Melvin "Mel" Radtke said. these vets are proud and so are those who’ve supported them. Now, the veterans celebrate. "They finally get the recognition they deserve.

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Let us hope the American people will stand with us in the hope all Atomic veterans will receive the compensation and recognition we all deserve. Please send your statement or story to and I will check it and post here for all to read. Australian Nuclear Veterans Association

They deserve every American’s thanks and respect, and the medical care they earned while toiling knee-deep in the ashes of atomic history. Patrick Reedy was 17 when he landed at Enewetak. He was.

World War II Veterans. World War II (WWII) was the most widespread war in history with more than 100 million people serving in military units. About 16 million Americans served during WWII, and many of those Veterans are now receiving VA benefits including Pension and Health Care.

We need to trace a veteran, widow or descendant who lives in, or has links to, Portsmouth. In particular, Penny Mordaunt’s constituency of Portsmouth North. This may make a huge difference to the campaign for recognition, so please spread this as far as you can through friends, contacts and social networks.

Welcome to National Cancer Benefits Center. The National Cancer benefits center (ncbc) helps americans who have been exposed to government-created radiation – and subsequently were diagnosed with cancer as a result of that exposure – to get the compensation they deserve.

"I guess that’s better than nothing, but they deserve a medal," said Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., chairman of the House Rules Committee, who has helped lead the atomic vets’ charge on the Hill.

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For Veterans who participated in a radiation-risk activity during service (including "Atomic Veterans"), VA assumes that certain cancers are related to their exposure. We call these "presumptive diseases." Cancers of the bile ducts, bone, brain, breast, colon, esophagus, gall bladder, liver (primary site, but not if cirrhosis or hepatitis B is indicated), lung (including bronchiolo-alveolar.

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Atomic veterans were put in a dangerous situation and deserve VA benefits for the injuries resulting from their exposure to high levels of radiation.

Remains of unclaimed WWI veterans laid to rest in Roseburg Remains of unclaimed WWI veterans laid to rest in Roseburg Says, "live local late breaking, this is kezi 9 news at 5, with matt templeman, renee mccullough and chief meteorologist marisa woloszyn." Douglas county is honoring two dozen forgotten veterans — with special services this week.