Honoring Our PACT Act, Bipartisan Agreement Reached

We wish to thank all who have helped to bring justice and care to toxic-exposed Servicemembers and Veterans by contributing their time, efforts, and resources. We are glad to share…

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Troops Exposed To Toxins Need Justice Now

Members of the Special Operations Forces are in need of further support due to their service-connected exposure to toxic substances. SOF members are diagnosed with over 50 types of cancers…

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Supporting the Honor Our PACT Act

It is estimated that 3.5 million Veterans should be eligible for VA Health Care due to service-connected exposure to toxic substances. And yet, the VA approval rate of these disability…

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SFC Heath Robinson Burn Pit Transparency Act
Wind fans the flames of a burn pit at Combat Outpost Tangi in the Tangi Valley, Afghanistan, in August 2009. (Staff Sgt. Teddy Wade/Army)

SFC Heath Robinson Burn Pit Transparency Act

Today, June 1st, SOAA stands with all operators and the Veteran community to demand a united front. For far too long, members of the military have been negatively impacted by…

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Help for Those Exposed to Burn Pits
Garbage burns in a burn pit while soldiers watch in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, 2013. (Andrew Burton/Reuters)

Help for Those Exposed to Burn Pits

Since 1990, it is estimated that there are over one million Servicemembers and Veterans whose exposure to toxic chemicals from burn pits has made them high-risk to develop fatal and…

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