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Dan D

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Im a disabled vet US Navy Ot3 Is there anyone here that has had major respiratory problems relating to there inhaling carbon dust while on duty in the Naval facilities? Has anyone put in claims for these?

 

Im trying t get together a list f sailors that have this problem OT's only please

aloha

 

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Dan, I was a STG2 working as an analyst in the T building on NAVFAC GRAND TURKS in 1968. ( Obviously a few years before OT's). I have COPD stage ,4. I am and was a non smoker. Otherwise, very healthy. I put in a disability claim for bronchitis and COPD. I was denied, my American Leigon rep put in for reconsideration, they denied that also. Now I'm scheduled for my first appeal in August. I'd love to communicate with you on this to share and help each other, and any other past personell out. I've only found one "official " publication put out by the USN discussing the amount of carbom dust coating everything in the T building. And of course certainly ill vertainly share that.

 

My direct email, ronanderson@snet looking forward to hearing from you shipmate. Be well. Ron Anderson 

 

PS. Anyone with an interest , wanting help or offering help please feel free to respond to me at this email.

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14 minutes ago, STG2 / NAVFAC said:

Thanks R0n I sent u a email. I w0uld like t get a list f everyone that was in a naval facility that used the l0fargram system if possible

( I d0nt know if any0ne kn0ws but we spent 8 hr shifts in a area with 0nly mild ac and 400

burning actuators that left us analysts spitting up black mucus fm 0ur noses and m0uth every day) s0rry ab0ut my bad 0 typing

al0ha

Dan

feel free t0 email me with any inf0 u might have

starwindmarine@gmail.com

 

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hey r0n y0ur email even with a s.net d0esnt w0rk

u can pm me

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