Burn Pit Rapid Assessment

Did you serve in the Gulf War, Djibouti, or in Iraq and Afghanistan near oil well fires, open burn pits or other airborne hazards? Answer three questions to learn if you are entitled to compensation or other benefits due to airborne hazards exposure.
If you served in the Gulf War after Aug. 2, 1990, Afghanistan or Djibouti, Africa after Sept. 11, 2001, or were part of OEF/OIF/OND between 2003-2011, you may have been exposed to airborne hazards that caused these signs or symptoms:
• Reduced central nervous system function
• Reduced liver or kidney function
• Stomach, respiratory, or skin cancer
• Leukemia
• Upper or lower respiratory system conditions
• Cardiovascular conditions, among others
Answer three questions to learn more about how airborne hazards and open burn pits may be related to your military service.

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