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Feb 24, 2011

Military Ethics: 'Do the Right Thing' - Salem-News.Com

Military Ethics: 'Do the Right Thing' - Salem-News.Com
The veteran who seeks medical care and disability compensation when there’s a delay in the onset of injuries is often met with open hostility by the DOD, the VA, and his own medical care providers.

Feb 9, 2011

Marines won't correct booklet on Camp Lejeune's tainted water - St. Petersburg Times

Marines won't correct booklet on Camp Lejeune's tainted water - St. Petersburg Times
The Marine Corps won't withdraw or immediately revise a booklet about water pollution at Camp Lejeune, N.C., that critics say contains errors and omissions.

Legislators press issue on Lejeune water study - ENCToday

Legislators press issue on Lejeune water study - ENCToday
Congressional staff are meeting with Navy officials this week to discuss an informational booklet published by the Corps that cites highly controversial studies surrounding contaminated water aboard Camp Lejeune. The meeting is one of a series of recent gatherings on Capitol Hill related to the decades-long period of contamination and the formed Lejeune residents who believe they were affected by it.

Feb 5, 2011

THE STAND - Toxic Homefront Empowered Survivors Take All Necessary Defense

THE STAND - Toxic Homefront Empowered Survivors Take All Necessary Defense
To receive Justice for civilian, military and military dependent peace-keepers that were wounded as a result of toxic chemical poisoning at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.

The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten- Camp Lejeune toxic water contamination

The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten- Camp Lejeune toxic water contamination
Welcome to The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten. The purpose of this site is to help provide information about the toxic water contamination aboard U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Please feel free to register, look around our site and ask questions. We invite you to visit our Discussion page. We have also recently completed a referenced time line of events for the first half of the toxic water contamination aboard Camp Lejeune. Please review this important document and compare it to prior “official” Marine Corps versions found on the page.

Feb 4, 2011

Legislation Introduced to Help Camp Lejeune Veterans and Family Members Harmed by Chemicals in Their Drinking Water

Legislation Introduced to Help Camp Lejeune Veterans and Family Members Harmed by Chemicals in Their Drinking Water - Associated Content from Yahoo! - associatedcontent.com

Sen. Kay Hagan Co-Sponsors Key Bill to Care for Victims of Camp Lejeune Water Contamination | The State Column

Sen. Kay Hagan Co-Sponsors Key Bill to Care for Victims of Camp Lejeune Water Contamination The State Column
“Since taking office, it has been a priority for me to ensure that veterans who were exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune get the answers and care they deserve,” said Hagan. “I will be working with Senator Burr to see that this important bill gets passed so we can make sure we keep our promises to our veterans.”

Judge denies motion to dismiss Lejeune water lawsuit - Jacksonville Daily News

Judge denies motion to dismiss Lejeune water lawsuit lejeune - Jacksonville Daily News
On Wednesday, Eastern District Court Judge Terrence Boyle denied a motion by the government to reconsider requests to dismiss the $10,000 injury lawsuit of Marine spouse Laura Jones, who contracted non-Hodgkins lymphoma after living aboard Lejeune for three years with her husband.

Feb 3, 2011

Burr reintroduces bill for contaminated water victims |- Jacksonville Daily News

Burr reintroduces bill for contaminated water victims bill - Jacksonville Daily News

“We now have another shot at doing the right thing for the thousands of Navy and Marine veterans and their families who were harmed during their service to our country,” Burr said in a statement Thursday. “While we continue to seek more answers, we can minimize further suffering by allowing Lejeune veterans and their families to receive the care they need and deserve.”

Feb 1, 2011

Camp Lejeune water pamphlet comes under fire - NewsObserver.com

Thomas Sinks, deputy director of the toxic substances agency, asked the Marine Corps two weeks ago to retract the booklet and pull it off a military website dedicated to disseminating public information about the contamination. Read more: Camp Lejeune water pamphlet comes under fire - NewsObserver.com