New Major Health Crisis Facing America’s Military, Some Say


When the planes hit the Twin Towers in New York City, they answered the call. In Afghanistan and Iraq, veterans put themselves on the front lines.

Justin Moore, of Brentwood, served in both countries as a paratrooper and machine gunner in some of the worst firefights in the War on Terror.

“I was infantry. I was combat MOS and doing the down and dirty front lines stuff,” Moore said.
Back stateside, Moore contends with the after effects of war, including post-traumatic stress and brain injury from exploding mortars and IEDs.

But Moore believes he’s also been damaged by what he thought at the time was a routine maintenance duty, tending to the massive trash fires called burn pits. Burn Pits

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