August 20, 2019, McClatchy News, Tara Copp
As cancer kills another Biloxi Air Force reservist, his unit demands answers
Current and former Air Reserve Technicians at Keesler Air Force Base, in Biloxi, Mississippi, are raising the alarm that chemicals they were exposed to may be tied to a number of deaths and illnesses among their fellow airmen.
… “Establishing in-service exposure to substances and obtaining a medical nexus opinion are critical pieces of evidence,” Glenn Bergmann said,“because VA will most likely argue that the cancer was caused by something else.”
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