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 Medical & Ecological Conquences - Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown 
 U.S. Navy Quartermasters (retired) Jaime Plym and Maurice Enis
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  
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Plym and Enis were on duty aboard the USS Ronald Reagan nuclear aircraft carrier during the Fukushima nuclear crisis. The ship was sent to provide emergency relief as the reactors were melting down. Crew were not informed by the Captain of the radiation plume that they were moving through. Crew whose duties took them outside the ship were exposed to radiation. As Quartermasters their work took them outside of the ship like the deck hands, aircraft mechanics and aircrew. Both relate their experience, the misinformation provided them by their superiors, the ill effects they are now experiencing along with over 100 of their former shipmates and the health-care crisis they endure because the Navy will not pay for their medical bills following their discharge.
The Helen Caldicott Foundation,
Physicians for Social Responsibility.
video of interview at:

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00:37:09 English 2013-03-11
 The New York Academy of Medicine
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