More than any other service member, Navy are at a high risk of suffering the consequences of asbestos exposure. The deadly material was frequently used throughout ships and in shipyards, where service members worked in tight quarters and breathed in microscopic asbestos fibers without knowing the danger they were in.

Although the Navy stopped using asbestos products in the mid-1970s, the damage had already been done for many veterans. Now, decades later, veterans are developing mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases that could ─ and should ─ have been prevented.


More than any other service member, Navy are at a high risk of suffering the consequences of asbestos exposure. The deadly material was frequently used throughout ships and in shipyards, where service members worked in tight quarters and breathed in microscopic asbestos fibers without knowing the danger they were in.

Although the Navy stopped using asbestos products in the mid-1970s, the damage had already been done for many veterans. Now, decades later, veterans are developing mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases that could ─ and should ─ have been prevented.

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