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.
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Atomic veteran – Wikipedia – An atomic veteran is a veteran who was exposed to ionizing radiation while present in the site of a nuclear explosion during his/her active duty.The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs defines an atomic veteran "who, as part of his or her military service: Participated in an above-ground nuclear test, 1945-1962; or was part of the U.S. military occupation forces in/around Hiroshima/Nagasaki.
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"It really can’t get much better," Melvin "Mel" Radtke said. these vets are proud and so are those who’ve supported them. Now, the veterans celebrate. "They finally get the recognition they deserve.
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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.
If you have developed a "presumptive cancer," which is presumed to be due to radiation exposure during your military service, all you have to do is verify that you are an Atomic Veteran to be eligible for disability compensation. Your service connection is established without considering the dose received.
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Editorial: Nation’s ‘atomic veterans’ deserve recognition. James P. McGovern, D-Worcester, center, takes questions from Adelheid vonGoeler, left, and Harriet Rogers, both of the Rockridge.