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Some civilians work in the US, then change jobs to overseas duty stations, then take other jobs back in the US at other military bases. military exposure comes in all types of toxic contamination and years. How many other military bases did this? How many military members, civilians, spouses and children have health problem(s) ?
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The Secret War of Contaminated & Toxic Military Bases. – Though the efforts of Superfund and the EPA were to target the growing complaints of toxic military bases and the victims it claimed on a daily bases, the physical and emotional pain by military families grew in their voice, reaching out to Environmental Advocate, Erin Brockovich, as she was contacted by thousands of families, from many.
The study released late Thursday by the CDC’s Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry is based on a small sample size and cannot prove exposure to the. links between the base’s tainted water.
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Bill would give $45M for nationwide PFAS testing – WASHINGTON, DC — New bipartisan legislation in Congress would accelerate nationwide testing for PFAS contamination sources and quicken cleanup at military bases. studies show that PFAS exposure.
A soldier’s 39-year battle. and examine their health records for toxic exposure. Tonko will reintroduce the bill to Congress this year.. More than 170 military bases in the U.S., including.