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Jun 26, 2015

Story Teller: EPC Films: Jason Loring & Ted Methvin Jr#/myFilms#/myFilms#/myFilms

Story Teller: EPC Films: Jason Loring & Ted Methvin Jr#/myFilms#/myFilms#/myFilms



Synopsis: Toxic Service: The Soldier's Story is a film that profiles a select few former U.S. Army personnel who served at Ft. McClellen in Anniston, Alabama. Ft. Mac, as it's known by its old residents, was shut down in 1999 by the EPC due to excessive toxic readings from the base. Chemicals such as depleted uranium, sarin gas, PCBs, and TCSs, just to name a few, were dumped, buried, and used at the fort, chemicals whose presence is still felt there today. Ft. Mac has been crowned the most toxic place in the United States, and as a result of this title, the soldiers and civilian contractors that served and worked there were all exposed—hundreds of thousands of people since the 1930s until Ft. Mac's closure in 1999. Many of these soldiers are suffering from some tragic and lethal diseases and deformities due to their toxic exposures, and the kicker to all of this is that the V.A. (Veterans Administration) cannot and will not provide the medical care they so desperately need, all because the Department of Defense and The Department of the Army's official stance on Ft. Mac is that there are no, nor were there ever any toxins dumped, buried, or used at the fort. All of this in the face of being shut down by the EPA,

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