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Sunday
Nov252018

The forgotten vets of America's atomic war

No compensation, no medals, no recognition. That was the story of America's atomic vets who served -- and were exposed to radiation -- in the Pacific during Cold War US atomic testing. Still today, those vets are told their illnesses don't qualify for VA care. "We were used as guinea pigs," one survivor told Jennifer LaFleur. Read her exposé in Reveal, this week on Beyond Nuclear International.