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March 17, 2009
Meg Jones of the Journal Sentinel posted an article on jsonline. Read it HERE

Google Earth map showing what poison was found where at Camp Lejeune. Find out how to view it HERE.

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LIFE AFTER CAMP LEJEUNE

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Water quality issues at Camp Lejeune during the 1980s has begun to gain national attention. Many Marines and their families who served at Camp Lejeune have been displaying symptoms for years and recognition by the Navy has finally made headlines.

The official word from the Department of the Navy is as follows:

"The Department of the Navy is funding two independent research initiatives.
The CDC’s Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry (ATSDR) is conducting a study to determine if  there is an association between exposure to the water and certain adverse health effects. The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) is reviewing scientific evidence on associations between adverse health effects and historical data." 

Marines and their families, the Department of the Navy and now the general public all agree there is a problem. The need today, is information.

Who may have been affected?
What symptoms are results of this poisoning?
Are there forms to submit?

The Problem?  Answers to questions like this are buried in hundreds of documents online.

This is where Life After Camp Lejeune (LACL) comes in.

What this site was established to do is present the most current data, advise Marines and their families as to what forms need to be filled out and links to others fighting to right this wrong.

You will also find my story with the opportunity to tell yours.
We are currently working on setting up a blog to establish conversation.

LACL is not intended to dispense legal advice just information.

Semper fi Marine!