Atomic veterans deserve better

Veterans Deserve Better From war to welfare: Disabled veterans deserve better – Wounded veterans learn they have two basic choices: They can receive almost $3,000 a month in disability benefits along with medical care and access to various other welfare programs, or they can try.

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.

Our veterans deserve better – In regard to the letter Thursday, Nov. 20, from Len Milbyer, "Counties aren’t honoring veterans," we thought that was a true and appropriate article. Here’s hoping it will encourage our elected.

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.

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.

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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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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.

A dwindling corps of atomic veterans are fighting for recognition and benefits coverage as live subjects in atomic testing. They are veterans like 87-year-old Richard Simpson, of Hillsdale. In a.

Our veterans answered the call to duty when it came; many sacrificed their lives; and others returned severely wounded. It is time the call is returned by the agency whose sole mission is to help our.