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Fort Devens, Ma


hmcquade

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When I was a teen and adult I was on Fort Devens a lot. My Father was a Civil Engineer, with the Dept. of Army Corp of Engineers. Dad was the Chief Engineer in Charge of all buildings and plans on Devens. I found out that Fort Devens (now closed ) was on the Super Fund to clean it up for AO. Man I was exposed to AO long before I ever got to Nam!

Hugh

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Nothing ever surprises me bud. I have Crohn's due to Parasites in OEF and South America, and Asthma due to burning Sh** in OIF/OEF. Seems like the Govt gets us sick before we were suppose to get sick.

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I was at Devens in 1974 & 75 with the 39th Engineers. I live about 5 miles from there, but never

heard of any clean up. Its residential housing & commercial space now. There is still a small

military presence there. I think 1 National Guard unit & a small Army unit. It really is quite

a beautiful area now.

Bob K

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I was at Devens in 1974 & 75 with the 39th Engineers. I live about 5 miles from there, but never

heard of any clean up. Its residential housing & commercial space now. There is still a small

military presence there. I think 1 National Guard unit & a small Army unit. It really is quite

a beautiful area now.

Bob K

Hi Bob this is the source of the information I came across

http://agentorangelegacy.blogspot.com/2013/05/us-army-military-bases-on-epa-superfund.html

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