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Msgt. Victor “Vic” Nabors

My father (Msgt. Victor “Vic” Nabors) was stationed at George in the early 80’s. He was an aircraft mechanic. He passed away in 2011 after a 5-year battle with squamous cell cancer, COPD, pneumonia, and a pulmonary embolism. He also had hearing issues which I attribute to jet fuel and engine noise. He was exposed [Read More…]

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Willis Parsons

My name is Willis Parsons. My dad (TSgt Franklin A. Parsons) was stationed at George AFB, and we lived at 313 Montana St. in base family housing from Oct 1973 to Sept 1976 when he retired. I have two older brothers, one older sister, and one younger sister. My dad had a bad heart and [Read More…]

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Robert Lantis

I WAS THERE FROM 1956 T0 1958 I HAVE COPD ALSO TREMORS I WAS IN THE 327 FIS

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Larry P. Campos

I was stationed at George Air Force Base from 1969 thru 1973, with a tour of South East Asia in between. I was a crew chief on F4 Phantoms. In 2005, I was diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and chronic emphysema. I turned in a claim to V/A for exposure too aircraft fumes, [Read More…]

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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, depression, hypertension, graves’ disease (autoimmune), graves ophthalmology (autoimmune), heart problems, emphysema, COPD…….plus more. I am 46 years old, [Read More…]

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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 last 8 months of service I was on duty restriction, hospitalized twice, and [Read More…]