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Toxic Exposure at Camp Pendleton?

Camp Pendleton Toxic Chemical Exposure Compensation Lawyers Camp Pendleton, a military facility situated in San Diego County on the Southern Californian coast, is one of the largest Marine Corps bases in the United States. We are trying to find lawyers to help us withe the Camp Pendleton Justice Act. Operational Military Base It was constructed in 1942 and is still operational today. This facility was created to train American Marines for combat duty in World War II. The military base was recognized as a permanent facility by the end of 1944. Many Operating Force battalions are currently stationed at the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. But water contamination is a problem. Sadly, this military base is polluted with a number of harmful substances, including P…
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History of El Toro Radiation Exposure to Marines and Vets

Although El Toro Marines have been of great help to our country, sometimes, they don’t receive the treatment they deserve.
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Were El Toro Marines Deceived Over Toxic Exposure?

The west coast’s primary Marine Corps aviation base was the ‘El Toro Marine Air Station.’ It was shut down in 1999 and is undergoing significant alteration; new dwellings are being constructed, and a park will soon occupy the site.
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History of MCAS (H) Tustin Chemical Exposure – Trust Paul Ehline Memorial Ride

Being exposed to specific toxins while working or going through a specific area can lead to severe health issues depending on the toxin you were exposed to. The perfect example of that is the Marine Corps Air Station (H) in Tustin. This air station started working in 1942, and it’s in Orange County, CA. The Air Corps Station in Tustin is fundamental to the overall history of the Marine Corps since people here patrolled California’s coast during World War II. Therefore, the Marine Corps had control over it and used it for military purposes until it was closed. Regardless of that, this Marine Corps Air Station Tustin was also essential for helicopter operations. Performing all those activities led to the place having tons of toxins and contaminants that are harmful to the human body…
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Marine Corps Air Station El Toro Claims

The Marine Corps Air Station El Toro is a former military base. MCAS El Toro was established in 1942 and operated until 1999 on the West Coast. Back in the 1960s, a large gaggle of US Marines departed for and returned from Vietnam via El Toro MCAS. This base, which supported Pacific Fleet Marine Forces was formerly a US Marine Corps Air Station. It was located close to the town of El Toro and not far from Irvine, California. It encompassed about 4,682 acres and housed Marine Corps aviation until being decommissioned. Marine Corps Air Station El Toro is just one of the many military facilities in the nation that are seriously polluted by spilled PFAS for many years, some of which are quite dangerous. The military base was built as a Master Jet Station, meaning that thanks to its fo…
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Do You Know the History of MCAS El Toro and Toxic Chemicals?

Spanning about 4,700 acres, the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro came into operation in 1943 near Irvine, California, becoming home to Marine Corps Aviation – West Coast. The base soon became the largest jet fighter facility on the West Coast, supporting the Fleet Marine Forces in the Pacific Ocean. The runways at the base were large enough to cater to the largest aircraft in the US arsenal. El Toro also became a base for the military to send and receive their forces during the Vietnam War. Unfortunately, the site had to close down in 1999. Let’s go over why the site closed down and the legacy it left behind. Leaving a Toxic Exposure Legacy Behind After the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro closed down, preliminary investigations revealed a seriously high PFAS concentration a…
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