Burn pits are the new 'Agent Orange'

"Veterans of the 1990 Gulf War and beyond call the open air burn pits of our Middle East wars their generation's version of Agent Orange, and they make no exaggeration. The VA listed 110,989 veterans and service members in its latest burn pits registry. "At this time," V.A. documents insist, "research does not show evidence of long-term health problems from exposure to burn pits." Just as the VA took years to acknowledge the lethal effects of Agent Orange, the V.A. is once again slow in assessing -- or admitting -- the long-term impact of the burn pits." If you have been denied VA Disability Benefits and need representation on an appeal, contact VA Accredited Attorney Colonel (Retired) Rick Rousseau at 254-699-9999 or [email protected] 

Burn pits are the new 'Agent Orange' for cancer-stricken veterans, Marine from Long Beach says, by David Whiting, Orange County Register, July 21, 2017

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