If you, a friend, or loved one has been injured or died as a result of the contamination at one or more of the 148 Department of Defense (DOD) Superfund Sites, please watch this trailer and rent or buy “Semper Fi: Always Faithful.”

The DOD does not want to spend the money to inform the military personnel, their families, civilian employees, and the surrounding community, of the potential health dangers posed by contamination at its military bases.

The cost of attempting to identify all these individuals, including the cost of media advertising, would be a significant burden on the [DOD’s] budget …
Elizabeth L. King, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs

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Is George AFB the Air Force’s Camp Lejeune?

Is the former George Air Force Base, CA, “EPA Superfund ID: CA2570024453, ″ the Air Force’s Camp Lejeune?  Yes! Some people have asked why it is taking so long to get help for the families of George AFB.  At some point, senior management within the DOD made a decision that it was more important to cover up the problem at its contaminated bases than help the American Citizens that it harmed.  When the decision was made to cover up the … [Read More...]

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Burn Pits and Incinerators – News

Virtually every military base in the United States used burn pits and incinerators (without an air scrubber to remove toxic chemicals).  Tens of Thousands of Americans were injured by this practice.  George Air Force Base, … [Read More...]

Treasure Island Naval Station – News

Treasure Island Naval Station was home to US Navy's Nuclear War Academies The navy's nuclear war academies used a variety of radionuclides in their training The Navy did not acknowledge that history publicly, and as a … [Read More...]

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George Air Force Base Intro

Did the Department of Defense (DOD) misrepresent the nature and extent of the environmental contamination at the former George Air Force Base, CA, “EPA Superfund ID: CA2570024453″?  Yes.  In doing so, the DOD wasted in excess of $124,700,000.00(1) of the taxpayers' money, and unnecessarily endangered the public, military personnel, and their family members. By concealing the nature and extent of the contamination, and the complete … [Read More...]

Articles

DOD’s Hubris Towards America Citizens

The DOD’s employees hubris towards America Citizens and the callous disregard for the laws that every DOD employee swore to uphold and protect? Pentagon puts budget concerns ahead of Fort McClellan troops' welfare The … [Read More...]

OOcean Dumping of Radioactive Waste

Ocean Dumping of Radioactive Waste

Burial of Radioactive Waste in the USAF Page 26, section (2), refers to burial of radioactive waste at sea in 2 locations. 1. 72° 43” west longitude: 38° 40” north latitude, 2. 123° 6” west longitude: 37° 40” north … [Read More...]

Brigadier General Harold Huston George

Brigadier General H. Huston George

George AFB was named in honor of Brigadier General Harold Huston George (1892-1942), a World War I fighter ace, General George directed air operations in defense of the fortified islands in Manila Bay at the beginning of … [Read More...]

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Personal Accounts

Gun Shop Accident

Frank Vera

My name is Frank Vera. I was stationed at George AFB from 1973 to 1974, assigned to the 35th MMS, worked in the Gun Shop, and lived on base in the barracks.  I was discharged 15 months after arriving at George AFB. The … [Read More...]

Suzanne Mounce-Arena

My name is Suzanne Mounce-Arena - I was stationed at George AFB from 1986-1991- 35th 20th AMU weapons F-4 I lost two pregnancies [miscarriage] at the base, had to get a hysterectomy in my 20's, ulcerative colitis, … [Read More...]

Melissa Hensley

My name is Melissa Hensley my mother was stationed at George AFB in 1980-1983 so was my father. We lived in Victorville. My mom was a jet engine mechanic she was around trichloroethylene (TCE)  so was my father. My mother … [Read More...]

Andrea Asa Sonnenberg

My name is Andrea Asa Sonnenberg, and my father was a career officer in the USAF. For the first 10 years of my life, we lived on base, moving from such diverse areas as Germany, Mississippi, Nebraska and Illinois. My dad … [Read More...]

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