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U.S. Army Pfc. Bittner, left, and U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ashley North use tape to wrap a detonation cord during weapons and explosives training (Photo credit: Lt. Chad A. Dulac, U.S. Navy).

New Post 9/11 Vet Newsletter

Read about the Burn Pit Registry, My HealtheVet, military sexual trauma, and much more.

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Burn Pit Registry Aids Vets

Join the Burn Pit Registry, and get a free health evaluation. Discuss any concerns with a provider.

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Agent Orange & Prostate Cancer

Were you exposed to Agent Orange during military service? You may be at a higher risk for prostate cancer.

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