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Jan 31, 2017

Local veteran says Camp Lejeune may still be contaminated

Channel 6 Lawrence, KS - A Division of WOW

Editorial: Camp Lejeune Marines finally find justice - Opinion - Sarasota Herald-Tribune - Sarasota, FL

Editorial: Camp Lejeune Marines finally find justice - Opinion - Sarasota Herald-Tribune - Sarasota, FL

Jan 29, 2017

Operation Stand Together

Operation Stand Together



OPERATION STAND TOGETHER represents the collective interests of United States military veterans and their families, who seek to raise awareness to chronic, life-long illnesses and disabling conditions directly resulting from nuclear, biological, and chemical toxin exposures during their active duty service. To that end, we welcome members from all branches of service, as well as their family members. By raising awareness and respectfully voicing our experiences and concerns in an organized, patriotic, and democratic manner, our goal is to significantly improve the lives of those affected through national recognition, legislative reform, healthcare assistance, and disability compensation for those in need.

Jan 26, 2017

ATSDR - Press Release - 1/26/2017 - ATSDR releases public health assessment of drinking water at Camp Lejeune

ATSDR - Press Release - 1/26/2017 - ATSDR releases public health assessment of drinking water at Camp Lejeune

THE STAND - Toxic Homefront Empowered Survivors Take All Necessary Defense

THE STAND - Toxic Homefront Empowered Survivors Take All Necessary Defense

Jan 14, 2017

Statements that Matter: Richard Burr | North State Journal

Statements that Matter: Richard Burr | North State Journal

New VA rules ‘a very big win’ for Lejuene veterans - News - The Daily News - Jacksonville, NC

New VA rules ‘a very big win’ for Lejuene veterans - News - The Daily News - Jacksonville, NC

Operation Stand Together



operationstandtogether.org



OPERATION STAND TOGETHER represents the collective interests of United States military veterans and their families, who seek to raise awareness to chronic, life-long illnesses and disabling conditions directly resulting from nuclear, biological, and chemical toxin exposures during their active duty service. To that end, we welcome members from all branches of service, as well as their family members. By raising awareness and respectfully voicing our experiences and concerns in an organized, patriotic, and democratic manner, our goal is to significantly improve the lives of those affected through national recognition, legislative reform, healthcare assistance, and disability compensation for those in need.



A culmination of this effort will be a one-day event, which is tentatively being planned for May 20, 2017 on the National Mall, Washington, D.C. The family-friendly event is anticipated to include: a variety of musical entertainment, guest speakers (i.e., affected Veterans, Veteran Service Organization representatives, health officials, Congressional members who have supported legislation for creating health registries for toxic veterans/dependents), and information tents for Veteran Service Organizations offering assistance for filing claims to the VA.