Atomic veterans deserve better

Moolenaar to host veterans Saginaw Mi. – Moolenaar to Host Veterans and military personnel reso. urce fair On Monday, May 13, Congressman John Moolenaar will host a Veterans and military personnel resource fair at the kockville veterans hall. More than 30 organizations focused on serving military members and veterans in the Fourth District will be on hand for the event.

NAAV was founded in August, 1979 by the late Orville E. Kelly ( of Burlington, Iowa ) for the purposes of allowing the U. S. Atomic Veteran Community to speak, with a single voice, to their inability to get a fair hearing related to their developing ( radiogenic ) health issues that may have been precipitated by their exposure to "ionizing.

Editorial: Nation’s ‘atomic veterans’ deserve recognition. Congressman James P. McGovern, D-Worcester, speaks during an interview at the Daily Hampshire Gazette in April.

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Veterans a focus of Homeless Coalition efforts Preview: Bombshells & Brews aids women veterans The National Coalition for homeless veterans estimates that on any given night, 200,000 veterans are homeless, and 400,000 veterans will experience homelessness during the course of a year (National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, 2006). 97% of those homeless veterans will be male (Department of Veterans Affairs, 2008).

Beyond compensation, many atomic veterans want to be recognized for their sacrifice. In 1983, President Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation making July 16 National Atomic Veterans’ Day. But it was a one-time event. year after year, bills have been introduced in Congress to create a service medal for atomic veterans.

Atomic Veterans Day. In 2005, the Oregon legislature passed a resolution designating July 16th as Atomic Veterans Day. That date was chosen because it marks the anniversary of the United States.

U.S. black veterans deserve better. Many can name exactly where they were when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. I wonder whether the same can be said for the rev. martin luther king jr., whose life ended with a bullet on a motel balcony in Memphis, Tenn., on April 4,

The Charity for Atomic Veterans on Facebook. Log In. or. Create New Account. See more of B.N.T.V.A. The Charity for Atomic Veterans on Facebook. Log In. Forgot account? or.. These Veterans deserve recognition what they and their families are being put through.

Here’s a current bill in house recognizing radiation exposed Cold War veterans by creating an Atomic Veterans Medal. I hope it passes..they sure deserve it. I think House version of 2018 NDAA also included amendment provision for Atomic Medal, but I think stripped out (as Cold War Veterans Medal has been removed in past NDAAs too). I think.