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Hi, I am LCDR Ron Long, MSC, USN (Ret), PhD trying to get in contact with CDR Norman LaChappelle. I was a Radiation Specialist in the Navy for 18 years and a Hospital Corpsman, the first ten with my last tour as a HMC(SS) on a FBM submarine. I am trying to help the group working on behalf of those exposed to contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune. I am trying to put my PhD in Public Health to good use, since I am considered totally disabled by Social Security. If anyone knows how to reach CDR LaChappelle, my email address is dr_ron_11@yahoo.com. The group started by Jerry Ensminger has asked me to contact CDR Chappelle concerning the NEHC abilities to use GC/MS analysis in the late 70's and early 80's.

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Ron

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"CDR Norman LaChapelle,USN (Ret)
Posted on April 14, 2014 by johnston

Name: CDR Norman LaChapelle,USN (Ret)
Location: Memphis,Tennessee
Year: 1964-1965
Email: lachapellen@aol.com
Date: Wednesday, March 01, 2006
Time: 01:58:12 PM
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The timeline omitted that biological and chemical tests were conducted by the Deseret Test Center,US Army, Ft Douglas,Salt Lake City,Utah off Johnston involving US Navy Ships ,Light Tugs and USAF F-4 Phantom Jet Aircraft."

http://johnstonmemories.com/wordpress/?p=1254

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Dr. Ron,

As a Camp Lejeune veteran, I want to thank you.

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Dr. Ron,

I found the following in whitepages.com. If he is not the right one, I bet they are related and he can get you in touch with him.

Norman W. LaChapelle

77 Hunters Run Drive

Germantown, TN 38138-2204

Tel: 901-754-5593

Hope this helps

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