America abandons navy sailors exposed to Fukushima radiation on USS Reagan


It was really, really bad aboard the USS Ronald Reagan during its Fukushima Mission.

Today they went on a press conference to remind us how bad it was, living in fear every day, some tried to commit suicide.

http://enenews.com/press-conference-people-trying-commit-suicide-aboard-uss-reagan-during-fukushima-mission-ship-living-fear-every-day-horrible-audio

Over 150 U.S. service members say Fukushima radiation has triggered medical issues — Now Defense Department abandons medical registry, leaving them on their own.

http://enenews.com/150-service-members-fukushima-radiation-triggered-medical-issues

A sailor’s testimony: I was treated as if I had the plague.

http://enenews.com/navy-sailor-press-conference-remove-three-layers-skin-hands-arms-after-fukushima-exposure-treated-almost-plague-audio

This is a very sad video. I find it even sadder today. The laughter is heartbreaking, as it reminds me of how young these men and women are. It reminds me of how we as humans deal with difficult issues in a group setting. They are worried not joyful.

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