Please Note: If you were ever stationed at Ft McClellan, Alabama, in the years 1935 through 1999, during your military service then you were exposed to toxic chemicals. You need to file a claim with the VA for 100% service connection for toxic chemical exposure and make sure you cite HR 411 Ft McClellan Health Registry Act in your claim and attach a copy of it to your claim. Call the VA at 1-800-827-1000 for instructions on how to file a claim or visit to file your claim online.
Agent Orange has NOTHING to do with H.R.411 Ft McClellan Health Registry Act…PCBs have everything to do with the bill. There is absolutely NO COVERAGE of AO in the bill. It will doom the bill of passing if you keep insisting on AO coverage.
By filing your claim now, you have to go through the Appeals process until H.R.411 Ft McClellan Health Registry Act is approved. I believe they are trying to get Presumptive Statusing for us….meaning as a presumptive, you will not have to prove it….it is already presumed. And once H.R.411 is approved…your claim will already be in the VA system and you can be easily identified as a Ft McClellan Vet and get backpay back to the time you file your claim and/or to the time of exposure…not sure how the VA will work that out….I don’t know anything about finances or VA procedures.
Download and save to your computer and then upload and attach to your VA claim online and take a copy with you. It’s a PDF file.
H.R. 411 Fort McClellan Health Registry Act
Contact your Senators and Congressmen to get them to support H.R.411 Ft McClellan Health Registry Act, we need more Co-Sponsors for the bill. Let them know that you are a Ft McClellan veteran, that you support the bill and ask them to support it.
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