Have you heard about our new podcast? Catch up on our first 4 episodes, with new episodes coming this month. Use the links below:
Here’s a summary of topics in each episode:
In this premiere edition of the Civilian Exposure Podcast, we dive right in to the current news of the past week, including investigative reporting into dangerous firefighting foams and other toxic substances found at US military bases around the country and around the world. We report on all bases, all chemicals of concern, potential health and economic impacts, and more. We also analyze how the government is responding, or failing to respond, to this ongoing generational health catastrophe.
In this week’s podcast, we travel around the country to highlight toxic military contamination issues. We’ll explore PFAS contamination at Patuxent Naval Air Station and George Air Force Base, plus look into radiation exposures at a nuclear storage facility in Okinawa.
In this episode, we go overseas to Korea and Okinawa, Japan to discuss issues of Agent Orange contamination and radiation exposures for veterans, civilian workers, and citizens of surrounding communities. We’ll also share a personal story of exposure from a veteran of Fort Ord.
In this episode, we tackle toxic chemical contamination, including PFAS and Agent Orange, at locations across the country – from Cherry Point, NC to Alameda, CA to Jacksonville, FL. Plus, we review of a pending lawsuit in Orange County against chemical manufacturers. We also take a look into non-toxic firefighting foams as a possible alternative, and PFAS studies being undertaken at private community wells around various bases.
Stay tuned for more podcasts on a variety of base contamination issues, plus interviews and stories. Our goal is to develop a weekly series. You can always find our episodes here, or on our podcast site.