Raymond Cook

I was stationed there from 1966-1969. During my stay my wife had a stillborn and two miscarriages. Prior to that we had no problems and 5 years after that we had a healthy little girl with no problems. We of course had no warnings and at that time it was just considered our problem. I was not aware of problems until 6 months or so ago when I just decided to see how things were going at GAFB. I saw that it had closed down in 1992. I then did a little more research and found that it had scary problems and is an EPA Superfund Site. So far it looks like there is nothing that can be done now and of course DOD and everyone else just ignores the tragic history and people that have been hurt. My now ex-wife wanted at least an acknowledgement an apology, but that will never happen. Good luck.

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