Posted on Jun 30, 2020
1SG Brenda Hauser
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I've been told that some in the civilian community in Anniston, AL (Fort McClellan) have been compensated for exposure to the chemicals stored by the military. Has there been any compensation for the active duty soldiers (period) who were stationed there for years, more specifically for women who've since had to have hysterectomies? Thanks!
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COL R. Bruce Chisholm
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1SG, there’s another post from some time ago on RP-search Fort McClellan.
Also http://www.poisonedveterans.org/?p=178
On this site, I recommend the resources tab, if you have the patience to go through the environmental reports.
Lastly, Monsanto settled with select Anniston residents for their chemical plume leaching into the ground. The suite was settled and closed—about 5 years after I sold my house there. Never heard a word until I saw the website above.
There was a bill before Congress a couple of years ago that would have given McClellan the similar status of Camp Lejeune.
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CPO Jacquelyn Ricker USN-Retired
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So far nothing has been given to Veterans that serve and trained at Ft. McClellan AL. I trained there and was exposed also. I have proof of it with my certificates and Graduation Photo. The Government is treating this like they did with Agent Orange! They want everyone to die first, which lowers the number of people they have to pay compensation to!! Sucks! But this is all we can expect from the Government. Still see your Doctors for the Symptoms!!! It is also for Documentation when and if the Government lets us get disability payments.
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1SG Brenda Hauser
1SG Brenda Hauser
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Thank you.
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