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Navy Attack Transport Ship MesotheliomaU. S. Veteran’s that severed on Attack Cargo Ships are being diagnosed with Mesothelioma, Asbestos lung cancer, Asbestosis, and other Asbestos related diseases each year in the U. S.

All branches of the U. S. Military used asbestos during the 20th Century with peak years being 1930-1980 because of it fire-retardant properties. Attack Cargo ships were designed to carry troops, heavy equipment and supplies in support of amphibious assaults ships and provide gunfire support.

  • A total of 108 of these Attack Cargo ships were built between 1943 and 1945 ( 1 every 8 days)
  • Attack Cargo ships could carry landing craft, were faster, and had more armament than other amphibious ships.
  • After the WW 2, many Attack Cargo Ships were put into the National Defense Reserve Fleet.
  • Some WW 2 Attack Cargo ships were recommissioned for service in the Korean War, and Vietnam War.
  • Asbestos was used as a common building material on all Navy ships including Attack Cargo Ships.
  • A recent study reported that 1 in 3 U. S. Veterans will develop an asbestos-related disease in their lifetime.
  • Most Veterans do not start showing asbestos related symptoms until 10-50 years after their initial exposure.
  • Thousands of shipyard workers, Navy Sailors, U. S. Marines, and civilian contractors labored on Amphibious Ship repairs, renovations and demolition.

Veterans have the right to sue asbestos companies that exposed them to Asbestos.

U. S. Navy Attack Cargo Ships (Types: AKV, T-AK)

  • MV 1st Lt Alex Bonnyman – T-AK-3003
  • MV 1st Lt Baldomero Lopez – T-AK-3010
  • MV 1st Lt Jack Lummus – T-AK-3011
  • MV 2nd Lt John P. Bobo – T-AK-3008
  • MV A1C William H. Pitsenbarger – T-AK-4638
  • MV Capt. Stephen L. Bennett – T-AK-4296
  • MV Cpl Louis J. Hauge Jr. – T-AK-3000
  • MV Lt John U. D. Page – T-AK-4496
  • MV Maj Bernard F. Fisher – T-AK-4396
  • MV PFC Dewayne T. Williams – T-AK-3009
  • MV PFC James Anderson Junior – T-AK-3002
  • MV PFC William B. Baugh – T-AK-3001
  • MV PVT Franklin J. Phillips – T-AK-3004
  • MV Sgt William R. Button – T-AK 3012
  • MV SSgt Edward A. Carter Jr. – T-AK-4544
  • SS Cape Farewell – T-AK-5073
  • SS Cape Fear – T-AK-5061
  • SS Cape Florida – T-AK-5071
  • SS Cape Gibson – T-AK 5051
  • SS Cape Gireadeau – T-AK-2039
  • SS Cape Jacob – T-AK-5029
  • SS Cape Johnson – T-AK-5075
  • SS Cape Juby – T-AK-5077
  • SS Enterprise – T-AK-5059
  • SS Maj Stephen W. Pless – T-AK-3007
  • SS PFC Eugene A. Obregon – T-AK-3006
  • SS Sgt Matej Kocak – T-AK-3005
  • USNS 1st Lt Harry L. Martin – T-AK-3015
  • USNS Advantage – T-AK-9682
  • USNS Algol – T-AK-287
  • USNS Altair – T-AK-291
  • USNS American Cormorant – T-AK-2062
  • USNS American Kestrel – T-AK-9651
  • USNS American Merlin – T-AK-9302
  • USNS American Tern – T-AK-4729
  • USNS Antares – T-AK-294
  • USNS Austral Rainbow – T-AK-1005
  • USNS Banner – T-AK-5008
  • USNS Bellatrix – T-AK-288
  • USNS Buffalo Soldier – T-AK-9301
  • USNS Buyer – T-AK-2033
  • USNS Cape Adventurer – T-AK-5005
  • USNS Cape Agent – T-AK-5015
  • USNS Cape Aide – T-AK-5006
  • USNS Cape Alava – T-AK-5012
  • USNS Cape Alexander – T-AK-5010
  • USNS Cape Ambassador – T-AK-5007
  • USNS Cape Ann – T-AK-5009
  • USNS Cape Archway – T-AK-5011
  • USNS Cape Avinoff – T-AK-5013
  • USNS Cape Blanco – T-AK-5060
  • USNS Cape Borda – T-AK-5058
  • USNS Cape Bover – T-AK-5057
  • USNS Cape Breton – T-AK-5056
  • USNS Cape Canaveral – T-AK-5040
  • USNS Cape Canso – T-AK-5037
  • USNS Cape Carthage – T-AK-5042
  • USNS Cape Catawba – T-AK-5074
  • USNS Cape Catoche – T-AK-5043
  • USNS Cape Chalmers – T-AK-5036
  • USNS Cape Charles – T-AK-5038
  • USNS Cape Clear – T-AK-5039
  • USNS Cape Cod – T-AK-5041
  • USNS Cape Flattery – T-AK-5070
  • USNS Cape John – T-AK-5022
  • USNS Capella – T-AK-293
  • USNS Cape Nome – T-AK-1014
  • USNS Capt. Arlo L. Olson – T-AK-245
  • USNS Cleveland – T-AK-851
  • USNS Col. William J. O\’Brien – lT-AK-246
  • USNS Comet – T-AK-269
  • USNS Courier – T-AK-5019
  • USNS Del Monte – T-AK-5049
  • USNS Del Valle – T-AK-5050
  • USNS Del Viento – T-AK-5026
  • USNS Denebola – T-AK-289
  • USNS Eltanin – T-AK-270
  • USNS Furman – T-AK-280
  • USNS Green Harbour – T-AK-2064
  • USNS Green Ridge – T-AK-9655
  • USNS Green Valley – T-AK-2049
  • USNS Greenville Victory – T-AK-237
  • USNS Green Wave – T-AK-2050
  • USNS Gulf Banker – T-AK-5044
  • USNS Gulf Farmer – T-AK-5045
  • USNS Gulf Merchant – T-AK-5046
  • USNS Gulf Trader – T-AK-2036
  • USNS GySgt Fred W. Stockham – T-AK-3017
  • USNS Haiti Victory – T-AK-238
  • USNS Jeb Stuart – T-AK-9204
  • USNS Kingsport Victory – T-AK-239
  • USNS Lake – T-AK-5016
  • USNS LCpl Roy M. Wheat – T-AK-3016
  • USNS LT. George W. G. Boyce – T-AK-251
  • USNS LT. James E. Robinson – T-AK-274
  • USNS LT. Robert Craig – T-AK-252
  • USNS LTC Calvin P. Titus – T-AK-5089
  • USNS Marine Fiddler – T-AK-267
  • USNS Marshfield – T-AK-282
  • USNS Merlin – T-AK-323
  • USNS Mirfak – T-AK-271
  • USNS Mizar – T-AK-272
  • USNS Noble Star – T-AK-9653
  • USNS Northern Light – T-AK-284
  • USNS Norwalk – T-AK-279
  • USNS Pioneer Commander – T-AK-2016
  • USNS Pioneer Contractor – T-AK-2018
  • USNS Pioneer Crusader – T-AK-2019
  • USNS Pollux – T-AK-290
  • USNS Pride – T-AK-5017
  • USNS Pvt. Francis A. McGraw – T-AK-241
  • USNS Pvt. Frank J. Petrarca – T-AK-250
  • USNS Pvt. Joe E. Mann – T-AK-253
  • USNS Pvt. John F. Thorson – T-AK-247
  • USNS Pvt. John R. Towle – T-AK-240
  • USNS PVT. Joseph F. Merrell – T-AK-275
  • USNS Pvt. Leonard C. Brostrom – T-AK-255
  • USNS Regulus – T-AK-292
  • USNS Sagitta – T-AK-87
  • USNS Scan – T-AK-5018
  • USNS Schuyler Otis Bland – T-AK-277
  • USNS Sgt. Andrew Miller – T-AK-242
  • USNS Sgt. Archer T. Gammon – T-AK-243
  • USNS Sgt. George Peterson – T-AK-248
  • USNS SGT. Jack J. Pendelton – T-AK-276
  • USNS Sgt. Morris E. Crain – T-AK-244
  • USNS Sgt. Truman Kimbro – T-AK-254
  • USNS Short Splice – T-AK-249
  • USNS Southern Cross – T-AK-285
  • USNS SP5 Eric C. Gibson – T-AK-5091
  • USNS Taurus – T-AK-273
  • USNS Vega – T-AK-286
  • USNS Victoria – T-AK-281
  • USNS Wyandot – T-AK-283
  • USS Adhara – AK-71
  • USS Alamosa – AK-156
  • USS Albireo – AK-90
  • USS Alchiba – AK-23
  • USS Alchiba – AK-261
  • USS Alcona – AK-157
  • USS Alcor – AK-259
  • USS Alcyone – AK-24
  • USS Alderamin – AK-116
  • USS Algorab – AK-25
  • USS Algorab – AK-262
  • USS Alhena – AK-26
  • USS Alkaid – AK-114
  • USS Alkes – AK-110
  • USS Allegan – AK-225
  • USS Allioth – AK-109
  • USS Almaack – AK-27
  • USS Alnitah – AK-127
  • USS Altair – AK-257
  • USS Aludra – AK-72
  • USS Amador – AK-158
  • USS Andromeda – AK-66
  • USS Antares – AK-258
  • USS Antrim – AK-159
  • USS Appanoose – AK-226
  • USS Aquarius – AK-65
  • USS Aquarius – AK-263
  • USS Aquila – AK-47
  • USS Ara – AK-136
  • USS Arcturus – AK-12
  • USS Arcturus – AK-18
  • USS Arided – AK-73
  • USS Aries – AK-51
  • USS Arkab – AK-130
  • USS Aroostook – AK-44
  • USS Ascella – AK-137
  • USS Asterion – AK-63
  • USS Astoria – AK-8
  • USS Auriga – AK-98
  • USS Autauga – AK-160
  • USS Azimech – AK-124
  • USS Baham – AK-122
  • USS Bath – AK-4
  • USS Beaufort – AK-6
  • USS Beaverhead – AK-161
  • USS Bedford Victory – AK-231
  • USS Bellatrix – AK-20
  • USS Beltrami – AK-162
  • USS Betelgeuse – AK-28
  • USS Betelgeuse – AK-260
  • USS Blount – AK-163
  • USS Bootes – AK-99
  • USS Boulder Victory – AK-227
  • USS Brevard – AK-164
  • USS Bucyrus Victory – AK-234
  • USS Bullock – AK-165
  • USS Cabell – AK-166
  • USS Caelum – AK-106
  • USS Caledonia – AK-167
  • USS Capella – AK-13
  • USS Carina – AK-74
  • USS Cassiopeia – AK-75
  • USS Celeno – AK-76
  • USS Centaurus – AK-264
  • USS Cepheus – AK-265
  • USS Cetus – AK-77
  • USS Charlevoix – AK-168
  • USS Chatham – AK-169
  • USS Cheleb – AK-138
  • USS Chicot – AK-170
  • USS Claiborne – AK-171
  • USS Clarion – AK-172
  • USS Codington – AK-173
  • USS Colquitt – AK-174
  • USS Cor Caroli – AK-91
  • USS Craighead – AK-175
  • USS Crater – AK-70
  • USS Crux – AK-115
  • USS De Grasse – AK-223
  • USS Deimos – AK-78
  • USS Delta – AK-29
  • USS Dodridge – AK-176
  • USS Draco – AK-79
  • USS Duval – AK-177
  • USS Electra – AK-21
  • USS Enceladus – AK-80
  • USS Eridanus – AK-92
  • USS Etamin – AK-93
  • USS Europa – AK-81
  • USS Fairfield – AK-178
  • USS Faribault – AK-179
  • USS Fentress – AK-180
  • USS Flagler – AK-181
  • USS Fomalhaut – AK-22
  • USS Gadsen – AK-182
  • USS Ganymede – AK-104
  • USS Giansar – AK-111
  • USS Glacier – AK-183
  • USS Grainger – AK-184
  • USS Grumium – AK-112
  • USS Gulfport – AK-5
  • USS Gulf Shipper – T-AK-2035
  • USS Gwinnett – AK-185
  • USS Habersham – AK-186
  • USS Hamul – AK-30
  • USS Hennepin – AK-187
  • USS Hercules – AK-41
  • USS Herkimer – AK-188
  • USS Hidalgo – AK-189
  • USS Houston – AK-1
  • USS Hydra – AK-82
  • USS Hyperion – AK-107
  • USS Jupiter – AK-43
  • USS Kenmore – AK-221
  • USS Kenosha – AK-190
  • USS Kittery – AK-2
  • USS Kopara – AK-62
  • USS Lakewood Victory – AK-236
  • USS Lancaster – AK-193
  • USS Las Vegas Victory – AK-229
  • USS Lebanon – AK-191
  • USS Lehigh – AK-192
  • USS Leonis – AK-128
  • USS Lesuth – AK-125
  • USS Libra – AK-53
  • USS Livingston – AK-222
  • USS Long Beach – AK-9
  • USS Lynx – AK-100
  • USS Lyra – AK-101
  • USS Manderson Victory – AK-230
  • USS Marengo – AK-194
  • USS Markab – AK-31
  • USS Matar – AK-119
  • USS Matinicus – AK-52
  • USS Mayfield Victory – AK-232
  • USS Media – AK-83
  • USS Megrez – AK-126
  • USS Melucta – AK-131
  • USS Menkar – AK-123
  • USS Mercury – AK-42
  • USS Midland – AK-195
  • USS Minidoka – AK-196
  • USS Mintaka – AK-94
  • USS Mira – AK-84
  • USS Murzim – AK-95
  • USS Muscatine – AK-197
  • USS Muskingum – AK-198
  • USS Naos – AK-105
  • USS Nashira – AK-85
  • USS Newcastle Victory – AK-233
  • USS Newport News – AK-3
  • USS Nicollet – AK-199
  • USS Norma – AK-86
  • USS Oberon – AK-56
  • USS Pavo – AK-139
  • USS Pegasus – AK-48
  • USS Pembina – AK-200
  • USS Pemiscot – AK-201
  • USS Pensacola – AK-7
  • USS Phobos – AK-129
  • USS Pinellas – AK-202
  • USS Pipestone – AK-203
  • USS Pitkin – AK-204
  • USS Pleiades – AK-46
  • USS Poinsett – AK-205
  • USS Pontotoc – AK-206
  • USS Prince Georges – AK-224
  • USS Procyon – AK-19
  • USS Propus – AK-132
  • USS Provo Victory – AK-228
  • USS Quincy – AK-10
  • USS Red Oak Victory – AK-235
  • USS Regulus – AK-14
  • USS Richland – AK-207
  • USS Robert L. Barnes – AK-11
  • USS Rockdale – AK-208
  • USS Rotanin – AK-108
  • USS Rutilicus – AK-113
  • USS Sabik – AK-121
  • USS Saturn – AK-49
  • USS Schuyler – AK-209
  • USS Screven – AK-210
  • USS Sculptor – AK-103
  • USS Sebastian – AK-211
  • USS Seginus – AK-133
  • USS Serpens – AK-97
  • USS Serpens – AK-266
  • USS Shaula – AK-118
  • USS Sirius – AK-15
  • USS Situla – AK-140
  • USS Somerset – AK-212
  • USS Spica – AK-16
  • USS Sterope – AK-96
  • USS Stratford – AK-45
  • USS Sussex – AK-213
  • USS Syrma – AK-134
  • USS Tarrant – AK-214
  • USS Tipton – AK-215
  • USS Titana – AK-55
  • USS Traverse – AK-216
  • USS Triangulum – AK-102
  • USS Tucana – AK-88
  • USS Tulare – AK-217
  • USS Vega – AK-17
  • USS Vela – AK-89
  • USS Venus – AK-135
  • USS Washtenaw – AK-218
  • USS Westchester – AK-219
  • USS Wexford – AK-220
  • USS Zaniah – AK-120
  • USS Zaurak – AK-117
  • Cargo Ship Dock – T-AKD
  • USNS Point Barrow – T-AKD-1
  • USNS Point Loma – T-AGDS-2
  • USNS Alan Shepard – T-AKE-3
  • USNS Amelia Earhart – T-AKE-6
  • USNS Lewis and Clark – T-AKE-1
  • USNS Richard E. Byrd – T-AKE-4
  • USNS Robert E. Peary – T-AKE-5
  • USNS Sacagawea – T-AKE-2
  • Light Cargo Ships – AKL
  • USNS Redbud – T-AKL-398
  • USNS T-AKL-20
  • USNS T-AKL-27
  • USNS Tingles – T-AKL-13
  • USS AKL-15
  • USS AKL-16
  • USS AKL-18
  • USS AKL-19
  • USS AKL-21
  • USS AKL-22
  • USS AKL-22
  • USS AKL-24
  • USS AKL-26
  • USS AKL-29
  • USS AKL-30
  • USS AKL-31
  • USS AKL-32
  • USS AKL-33
  • USS AKL-34
  • USS AKL-35
  • USS AKL-36
  • USS AKL-41
  • USS AKL-43
  • USS Alcyone – AKL-37
  • USS Alhena – AKL-38
  • USS Almaack – AKL-39
  • USS Banner – AKL-25
  • USS Brule – AKL-28
  • USS Camano – AKL-1
  • USS Deal – AKL-2
  • USS Deimos – AKL-40
  • USS Elba – AKL-3
  • USS Errol – AKL-4
  • USS Estero – AKL-5
  • USS Hewell – AKL-14
  • USS Jekyl – AKL-6
  • USS Mark – AKL-12
  • USS Metomkin – AKL-7
  • USS New Bedford – AKL-17
  • USS Palm Beach – AKL-45
  • USS Pueblo – AKL-44
  • USS Renate – AKL-42
  • USS Rogue – AKL-8
  • USS Ryer – AKL-9
  • USS Sharps – AKL-10
  • USS Torry – AKL-11
  • Cargo Ships – AKN
  • USS Galilea – AKN-6
  • USS Indus – AKN-1
  • USS Keokuk – AKN-4
  • USS Sagittarius – AKN-2
  • USS Tuscana – AKN-3
  • USS Zebra – AKN-5

Navy Vehicle Cargo Ships – T-AKR

  • GTS Adm Wm M. Callaghan – T-AKR-1001
  • MV Cape Decision – T-AKR-5054
  • MV Cape Diamond – T-AKR-5055
  • MV Cape Domingo – T-AKR-5053
  • MV Cape Douglas – T-AKR-5052
  • MV Cape Ducato – T-AKR-5051
  • MV Cape Edmont – T-AKR-5069
  • MV Cape Henry – T-AKR-5067
  • MV Cape Horn – T-AKR-5068
  • MV Cape Hudson – T-AKR-5066
  • MV Cape Kennedy – T-AKR-5083
  • MV Cape Knox – T-AKR-5082
  • MV Cape Lambert – T-AKR-5077
  • MV Cape Lobos – T-AKR-5078
  • MV Cape May – T-AKR-5063
  • MV Cape Orlando – T-AKR-2044
  • MV Cape Race – T-AKR-9960
  • MV Cape Ray – T-AKR-9679
  • MV Cape Rise – T-AKR-9678
  • MV Cape Taylor – T-AKR-113
  • MV Cape Texas – T-AKR-112
  • MV Cape Trinity – T-AKR-9711
  • MV Cape Victory – T-AKR-9701
  • MV Cape Vincent – T-AKR-9666
  • MV Cape Washington – T-AKR-9961
  • MV Cape Wrath – T-AKR-9962
  • SS Cape Flattery – T-AKR-5070
  • SS Cape Inscription – T-AKR-5076
  • SS Cape Intrepid – T-AKR-11
  • SS Cape Isabel – T-AKR-5062
  • SS Cape Island – T-AKR-10
  • SS Cape Mendocino – T-AKR-5064
  • SS Cape Mohican – T-AKR-5065
  • SS Cape Nome – T-AKR-1014
  • SS Comet – T-AKR-7
  • SS Meteor – T-AKR-9
  • USNS Algol – T-AKR-287
  • USNS Altair – T-AKR-291
  • USNS Antares – T-AKR-294
  • USNS Bellatrix – T-AKR-288
  • USNS Benavidez – T-AKR-306
  • USNS Bob Hope – T-AKR-300
  • USNS Brittin – T-AKR-305
  • USNS Capella – T-AKR-293
  • USNS Charlton – T-AKR-314
  • USNS Dahl – T-AKR-312
  • USNS Denebola – T-AKR-289
  • USNS Fisher – T-AKR-301
  • USNS Gilliland – T-AKR-298
  • USNS Gordon – T-AKR-296
  • USNS Mendonca – T-AKR-303
  • USNS Pililaau – T-AKR-304
  • USNS Pollux – T-AKR-290
  • USNS Pomeroy – T-AKR-316
  • USNS Red Cloud – T-AKR-313
  • USNS Regulus – T-AKR-292
  • USNS Seay – T-AKR-302
  • USNS Shughart – T-AKR-295
  • USNS Sisler – T-AKR-311
  • USNS Soderman – T-AKR-299
  • USNS Soderman – T-AKR-317
  • USNS Watkins – T-AKR-315
  • USNS Watson – T-AKR-310

U.S. Navy Auxiliary Ships and Asbestos Exposure

Aircraft Carriers
Aircraft Transports
Amphibious Ships
Ammunition Ships
Attack Cargo Ships
Attack Transport Ships
Auxiliary Ships
Aviation Store Ships
Barrack Craft Ships
Cable Repair Ships
Escort Carriers
Fast Combat Ships
Fleet Replenishment Ships
General Store Ships
Hospital Ships
Merchant Marine Ships
Military Sealift Vessels
Naval Shipyard Workers
Navy Cruisers
Navy Destroyers
Navy Frigates
Navy Landing Craft
Navy Laying Ships
Navy Oil Transporters
Navy Salvage Ships
Navy Towboats
Navy Tugboats
Patrol Torpedo Boats
Rescue Ships
Seaplane Tenders
Vehicle Cargo Ships

Navy Sailors and shipyard workers were daily exposed to toxic asbestos dust and fibers where they inhaled and ingested them without any protection in their workplace. Families of workers and other government contractors that were exposed to asbestos secondhand are also developing Mesothelioma and other asbestos-related disease.

U. S. Military Branches of Service

U. S. Military Veterans  U. S. Military Base Exposure U. S. Medical Veterans
Air Force Reserves Air Force Bases Air Force Nurse Corps
Air Force Squadron List Air Force Housing Hospital Ships
Air Force Veterans Air Force Installations Military Chaplains
Air National Guard Aircraft Buildings Military Doctors
Army Corps of Engineers Ammunition Depots Military Housing
Army National Guard Army Bases Military Medical Centers
Army Veterans  Army Housing Military Nurses
Civilian Contractors Boiler Rooms Navy Nurse Corps
Coast Guard Cafeteria Mess Halls
Korean War Veterans Engine Rooms U. S. Women Veterans
Marine Veterans Fire Rooms
Merchant Marines Machine Shops SPARS – U. S. Coast Guard Women’s Reserve
Military Veterans Military Aircraft U. S. Marine Corps Women’s Reserves
National Guard Military Bases U. S. Marine Veterans
Navy Veterans Military Buildings WACS – Women’s Army Corps
Retired Veterans Military Equipment WAF – Women in the Air Force
Seabees Military Personnel WASP – Women Air Force Service Pilots 
U. S. Marine Veterans Military Ships WAVES – Women in the Navy
Vietnam War Veterans Military Vehicles Women Veterans
WW 2 Veterans Missile Bases Women’s Army Corps WACS
Navigation Rooms
Navy Housing U. S. Veterans Asbestos Lawsuits
Navy Installations
Navy Shipyards Legal Rights for Veterans
Radar Stations Mesothelioma 24/7 Helpline
Sleeping Quarters Veterans at Risk
U. S. Navy Ships Veterans Mesothelioma Claims
Vehicle Motor Pools VA Recommended Scans

U. S. Military Veterans and Asbestos Containing Products

Army Trade Workers Veterans that worked in boiler rooms, engine rooms, installing brakes, gaskets, insulation, valves and pipes have a higher risk of developing an asbestos related disease in their lifetime

Access Panels
Acoustic Tiles
Acoustical Insulation
Air Handling Systems
Aircraft Engines
Aircraft Stitching Wire
Ammunition Hoists
Armored Vehicles
Army Gas Masks
Army Transport Vehicles
Asbestos Blankets
Asbestos Boards
Asbestos Cement Sheets
Asbestos Coated Steam Pipeline
Asbestos Concrete
Asbestos Containing Coots
Asbestos Containing Gloves
Asbestos containing Parts
Asbestos Filters
Asbestos Sheets
Asbestos Suits
Asphalt Plastic Cement
Base Floor Covering Materials
Base Structures
Block Insulation
Boiler Insulation
Boiler Room Equipment
Boiler Valves
Brake Linings
Brake Pads
Bulkhead Systems
Ceiling Tiles
Cement Asbestos Shingles
Cement Chalk Boards
Cement Covered Flues
Cement Mixtures
Cement Pipes
Clutch Facings
Clutch Pads
Cockpit Heating Systems
Communication Systems
Concrete Additives
Concrete Foundations
Cooling Towers
Cork Board
Deck Covering Materials
Electrical Insulation
Electrical Wiring
Engine Heat Shields
Felt and Tar Joint Compound
Fire Bricks
Fire Doors
Fire Resistant Clothes
Fireroom Equipment
Firewall Seals
Flexible Duct Connectors
Floor Tile
Flooring Materials
Foundation Cement
Gun Mounts
Heat Resistant Gloves
Heat Resistant Materials
Heat Shields for Engines
Heating Systems
Hot Water Pipes
Hot Water Tank Insulation
Hydraulic Assemblies
Hydraulic Systems
Instrument Paneling
Insulating Materials
Insulation Cement
Insulation Felts
Insulation of Tanks
Insulation on Boilers
Insulation on hot water pipes
Insulation on Steam Pipes
Jet Engines
Joiner Bulkhead Systems
Joint Compound
Marine Hosing
Military Vehicles
Military Aircraft
Packing Materials
Packing Assemblies
Pipe Coverings
Pipe Insulation
Pipe Wrap
Plumbing Systems
Propeller assemblies
Protective Fire Retardant
Roof Shingles
Roof Tar
Roofing Materials
Sealing Firewalls
Ship Compartments
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Attack Cargo Ships and Secondhand Asbestos Exposure

Sailors and shipyard workers were daily exposed to toxic asbestos dust and fibers where they inhaled and ingested them without any protection in their workplace. Families of workers and other government contractors that were exposed to asbestos secondhand are also developing Mesothelioma and other asbestos-related disease. Mesothelioma and other asbestos related disease cases are on the rise due to secondhand exposure.

Malignant Mesothelioma has been linked to workplace asbestos exposure.

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Navy Veterans and Asbestos Exposure

Thousands of U. S. servicemen and women came into contact with asbestos fibers during their tour of service. Many Veterans diagnosed with Mesothelioma have complained that they were not given any warning, training or respiratory protective gear when handling, installing, loading, repairing, or removing asbestos-containing products.

  • Asbestos was used by the U. S. Military in more than 300 different materials and products.
  • Millions of U. S. Veterans have been exposed to asbestos during their tour of service.
  • A recent study showed that as many as 30-40% of Mesothelioma victims is U. S. Veterans.
  • Mesothelioma has affected veterans from all branches of service including those who worked in Navy shipyards.
  • The U.S. Military used thousands of asbestos-containing products in their ships between the 1920-late 1970’s.
  • Asbestos was listed as the top contaminant at 32 U.S. Army base closures during the 1990s.
  • Mesothelioma and other asbestos related diseases primarily occur in Veterans between the ages of 55-75.
  • Veterans who served between 1940 and 1980 have the greatest risk of developing Mesothelioma or an asbestos-related cancer.
  • 14 in every 1,000 WW II shipyard workers died of an asbestos-related disease compared to 18 in every 1,000 combat related deaths.
  • Asbestos was used heavily in the shipbuilding and in military ships. Many veterans working in confined quarters have been exposed to asbestos.

Asbestos is most dangerous when inhaled or ingested. Most U. S. Veterans are particularly at risk because that worked on building and demolition projects that exposed them to asbestos fibers and dust. It was nearly impossible to avoid coming into to contact with asbestos if you worked on military construction sites.

Veterans were daily exposed to toxic asbestos dust and fibers where they inhaled and ingested them without any protection in their workplace. Families of workers and other military veterans that were exposed to asbestos secondhand are also developing Mesothelioma and other asbestos-related disease.

Veterans diagnosed with Mesothelioma have complained that they were not given any warning, training or respiratory protective gear when handling, installing, loading, repairing, or removing asbestos-containing products.

Veterans have the right to sue asbestos manufacturers that exposed them to asbestos.

We Do Not Sue the Military or the Government

Asbestos related cancers among Veterans are not the fault of the military or even the government. It is the fault of the asbestos manufacturers and companies. Asbestos companies knew of the potential health issues related to asbestos exposure as far back as the 1920’s, but knowingly hid this information from the public, the medical community and even the U.S. Military and continued to profit off their deadly asbestos materials.

If you are a Veteran and are suffering from Mesothelioma cancer, you can seek justice from these greedy asbestos manufacturers. It’s not unpatriotic to fight back against the big asbestos companies that have exposed you deadly asbestos products.

Veterans injured from asbestos exposure during their service have the right to sue the asbestos companies that produced and sold the asbestos materials and products used by the U. S. Military

Mesothelioma and Asbestos Veteran Related Settlements & Verdicts

  • $1.25 Million Navy Veteran Mesothelioma Settlement: For a Navy carpenter that developed malignant Mesothelioma at age 76.
  • $2.7 Million Veteran Mesothelioma Settlement: For a Navy sheetmetal worker that developed malignant Mesothelioma at age 79.
  • $2.4 Million Navy Veteran Mesothelioma Verdict: For a Veteran telephone installer and repairman that developed Mesothelioma at age 61.
  • $1.1 Million Navy Veteran Mesothelioma Settlement: For a Navy mechanic and drywall installer that developed malignant Mesothelioma at age 71.
  • $4 Million Army Veteran Mesothelioma Verdict: For a U. S. U. S. Air Force veteran that developed Mesothelioma at age 76.
  • $6 Million Veteran Mesothelioma Verdict: For a Navy fireman and boiler tender that developed Mesothelioma at age 64.
  • $7.2 Million Air Force Veteran Mesothelioma Verdict: For a Navy electrical engineer and electronic technician that developed malignant Mesothelioma at age 67.
  • $2.4 Million Navy Veteran Mesothelioma Verdict: For a Veteran telephone installer and repairman that developed Mesothelioma at age 61.
  • $12.3 Million Navy Veteran Mesothelioma Verdict: For a Veteran cement worker that developed malignant Mesothelioma at age 57.
  • $32 Million Navy Veteran: For a veteran who worked in fire and boiler rooms of naval ships that he served on.
  • $75 Million Navy Supplier Trust Award: Against a Navy Supplier Sets Up $75 Million Trust for Veterans with Mesothelioma.

Mesothelioma has been linked to asbestos exposure in U. S. Veterans.

Asbestos Trust Funds and Mesothelioma Claims

U.S. Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts Funds have paid out nearly 21 billion to more than 600,000 asbestos claimants. There are about 60 active Asbestos Trust Funds with an estimated $32 billion in remaining assets.

Asbestos Settlement Trusts were established to help compensate workers and their families for asbestos exposure causing Mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases. When an Asbestos company establishes a Trust Fund all settlements are managed by trustees that decide the compensation amounts paid to Mesothelioma claimants. U. S. Courts allow Asbestos defendants to file for protection under a legal process known as bankruptcy reorganization. This allows the company to pay claims and stay in business.

Asbestos Trust Fund settlements typically do not come with an admission of guilt by the asbestos company that set up the trust.

If you have a history of asbestos exposure you should be checked each year by a qualified doctor.

We have been helping victims of asbestos exposure and their families for more than 20 years.

If you or a family member has been diagnosed with Malignant Mesothelioma or an Asbestos-related disease, we are here to help you file a claim with an experience Mesothelioma lawyer that will fight for you!

Need Help Choosing a Mesothelioma Lawyer?

We have been counseling Veterans and Mesothelioma patients for more than 13 years on Mesothelioma and other asbestos related cancers. A Mesothelioma case can settle in the seven figure range. Be very careful in choosing a Mesothelioma lawyer to represent you and your family.

Mesothelioma is highly specialized legal field and having an experienced Veterans Mesothelioma lawyer can make a huge difference in the amount of your settlement.

Mesothelioma cases can take 1-3 years in the busy U. S. Court system. Lawyers for Asbestos companies will try to stretch out the time to settle and some Mesothelioma patients will die during this time. At this point, it will become a Mesothelioma Wrongful Death case.

Family members are allowed to seek financial compensation from negligence of asbestos manufacturers for their loss.

Malignant Mesothelioma

Malignant Mesothelioma is rare form of cancer that affects lining of the lungs, abdomen, heart, and major organs in the body. Mesothelioma is a disease in which malignant cancer cells are found in the sac lining the chest (pleura) or the abdomen (peritoneum).

There are about 3,000 new malignant Mesothelioma cases diagnosed each year in the U. S. If you are experiencing any Mesothelioma symptoms you should contact a doctor immediately.

Veterans Diagnosed With Mesothelioma?

If you or a family member has been diagnosed with malignant Mesothelioma you are going to have a lot of questions about living with Mesothelioma and what legal options you have against asbestos manufacturers and asbestos companies for your asbestos exposure. Mesothelioma is a seriously deadly disease.

According to the American Cancer Society with the average survival time for people with Mesothelioma is 4-18 months.

Call TOLL FREE 888.640.0914 right now to talk with a live Mesothelioma Counselor that can answer many of your questions and give you the peace of mind that you need.

Family Member Died From Mesothelioma?

If you have a family member that has died from Mesothelioma cancer you should immediately consult with an experienced Mesothelioma diagnosis lawyer about what compensation may be available to you from asbestos trust funds that total more than 30 billion dollars.

It is VERY IMPORTANT that you file your Mesothelioma claim within your states Statute of Limitations.

We have seen many families lose their right to file a lawsuit because their Statute of Limitations had expired while they were grieving. We know it is a tough time to grieve the loss of a loved one, but please do not let your Statute of Limitations expire for filing your Mesothelioma lawsuit. In most states the Statute of Limitations is 2-3 years. Some states have 6 year Statute of Limitations.

Mesothelioma Latency Period

Mesothelioma has a long latency period of 10-50 years. Many Veterans, Shipyard Workers, Construction Workers, Power Plant Workers, Mill Workers, Steel Workers, Railroad Workers, Pipefitters, Insulators, Electricians, Carpenters, Welders, Auto Mechanics, Veterans, Factory Workers, and laborers are living in the early stages of a variety of asbestos related diseases.

Many Mesothelioma lawyers will not accept asbestosis, asbestos lung cancer, asbestosis, pleural plaques, pleural thickening, colon cancer and esophageal cancer cases.

There is More Than 30 Billion Dollars Set Aside for Mesothelioma and Asbestos Victims in Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts

Need a Navy Ship Mesothelioma Lawyer?

If you or a family member has been diagnosed with Mesothelioma or an asbestos related disease, an experienced Mesothelioma Lawyer can help you start a Mesothelioma lawsuit against asbestos companies responsible for your injuries. Our experienced nationwide Mesothelioma lawyers will come to you.

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We are always available to answer your questions with a phone call and will always keep you informed. We will do everything we can to ensure that you receive the highest compensation for your injuries.

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