VA Finalizes Presumptive Diseases Rule for Camp Lejeune Toxic Water
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has finalized a rule for presumptive service-connection of eight diseases associated with contaminants in the water supply at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987. Read More
A Toxic Timeline
A timeline of contamination of Camp Lejeune water …. for more than three decades, Marines and their families at the North Carolina base faced an unseen enemy — and one that authorities seemed slow to disclose. VetsHQ looks at the making and ongoing resolution of an environmental disaster.WHEN DID IT HAPPEN?
Facts about Camp Lejeune case
The Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in eastern North Carolina supports Marine Corps commands, a Navy command and a Coast Guard command …. And it hosts the largest concentration of Marines and sailors in the world as the HOME OF EXPEDITIONARY FORCES IN READINESS. But for 30 years in their own backyard Camp Lejeune military and their family members faced an unseen enemy.DID YOU KNOW?
The Honoring America’s Veterans and Caring for Camp Lejeune Families Act of 2012.
What the VA says
about Camp Lejeune
Training information and guidance about water contamination to all VA Regional Offices in 2010.
Camp Lejeune toxic
More than three decades of contamination affects 1 million veterans, families.
News, information and media investigations about Camp Lejeune toxic water.