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Clay

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  1. Thanks so much for that thought. I do remember now the entire wing that we guarded was sent to Guam for six weeks in 1967, 68 on a TDY mission. I believe it was called "Rolling Thunder". I did a little research and found out AO was used in Guam and I sure the B52's flew sorties out of Guam to Vietnam. I can remember the us security guards dread seeing B52's and KC 135 return.
  2. Has anyone guarding nuclear weapons been diagnosed with NH Lymphoma? In my case Mantle cell lymphoma. Just got turned down on appeal. Guarded nuclear bombs on B52 in 1967,68 in Montana. My doctor from Vanderbilt medical university said highly likely my exposure to bombs caused the Mantle cell lymphoma. VA did not agree. Any advice or info on similar case would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much Clay
  3. Anyone out there that guarded B52's in 60's and 70's in Glasgow Montana?
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