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Asbestos Use in the United States Military

It might come as a surprise to learn that a loved one was exposed to asbestos during their time of service in one of the United States Military branches. For many veterans, this exposure remains unknown until they are diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease, like mesothelioma.

Justice for Veterans Diagnosed with Mesothelioma

Are you a United States military veteran? If so, you are at risk for developing an asbestos-related disease in your lifetime, due to exposure during your time of service. Every branch of the military utilized asbestos in one way or another, and veterans are some of those most at risk for diseases like mesothelioma.

Navy Vet Blames Companies for Asbestos Exposure

It is not uncommon for Navy veterans to be diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease in their lifetime. Due to exposure to asbestos during their time of service, nearly one out of three mesothelioma victims is a veteran. Today many veterans, including Jimmie Farr, seek justice for those responsible for their conditions.

Military Veterans at Risk for Mesothelioma

Did you know that it is estimated that thirty percent of mesothelioma victims are military veterans? Due to asbestos use throughout all branches of the United States military, many servicemen and women are at risk for a deadly diagnosis in their lifetime.

Veterans at Risk for Asbestos-Related Diseases

United States Military veterans are some of those most at risk for being diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease, such as mesothelioma, asbestosis, and lung cancer. In fact, one out of three mesothelioma victims is a military veteran. This is because asbestos was used in every branch of the military from 1920 to the late 1970s.

Air Force Veteran's Death Blamed on Asbestos Exposure

A federal appeals court has reinstated the case of Carl Brasmer, who passed away from mesothelioma during his fight for justice. Mr. Brasmer served in the United States Air Force from 1969 to 1973, working as an assistant crew chief and crew chief. He was responsible for maintaining and repairing F-4E Phantom jets.

High Risk Occupation: Military Personnel

Did you know that our soldiers and veterans are at risk for illnesses like mesothelioma? There are more than a few positions out there that have put individuals at high risk for developing asbestos-related diseases, but the branches within the U.S. Military are some of the most surprising.