Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Environment Concerns at U.S. Oversees Military Installations

If you served as a soldier in the United States Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, or Coast Guard or in the military of a foreign country as a guest on one of our US-based there's a good chance that you're exposed to highly toxic war materials (WMDs) .

If you are a civilian living near a US military base here in the United States or in a foreign country you to have also been exposed to these highly toxic WMDs by breathing the dust that blows off of the base or drinking the water from a well nearby one of them.

And the sad part is the Department of Defense has know this for years and years. After reading this document everyone seeking the truth will realize why the government and the Department of Defense continue to cover up what has been done in places like Camp Carol Depot in South Korea, bases in Okinawa and Thailand.

The document dates back to 1992 the same time that the Department of Defense began land survey studies on basis overseas. To assess the damage that has been done to the environment and the health of the people working on them and around them.

Here it is in a nutshell the Department of Defense is running from the liability and accountability of what they have done.  

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