Atomic veterans deserve better

Remains of unclaimed WWI veterans laid to rest in Roseburg VA Sec. Wilkie: A breakthrough in health care for veterans is coming in June Veterans. VA Sec. Wilkie: A breakthrough in health care for veterans is coming in June — Here’s what to expect. Fox News – Robert Wilkie. Imagine if Republicans and Democrats worked together to pass reforms that improve the lives of millions of people.A measure of dignity — too late, perhaps, but better late than never — comes Friday morning, when the remains of 19 veterans will be laid to rest with full. who died between 1914 and 1971 while.

Atomic Veterans Service Medal Act . This bill directs the Department of Defense (DOD) to design and produce an Atomic Veterans Service Medal to honor retired and former members of the Armed Forces who are radiation-exposed veterans. DOD may provide for issuance of the Medal to the next-of-kin of a deceased radiation-exposed veteran.

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 cvnorris@att.net and I will check it and post here for all to read. Australian Nuclear Veterans Association

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.

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

The Cancer Benefits Center for Atomic Veterans is a benefits management company that prides itself on unparalleled service and performance. We promote and work with many different benefit programs and are committed to providing unbiased advice and prudent strategies for you to obtain the largest financial award.

NAAV was founded in August, 1979 by the late Orville E. Kelly ( of Burlington, Iowa ) for the purposes of allowing the U. S. Atomic Veteran Community to speak, with a single voice, to their inability to get a fair hearing related to their developing ( radiogenic ) health issues that may have been precipitated by their exposure to "ionizing.

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