National Association of Atomic Veterans, Inc.

A tax exempt organization


Here are a few sites by
Atomic  Veterans
(Updated 10-14-2014)


Association of Veterans
Nuclear Test



To all Atomic Veterans, Army,Navy,Marines,Air Force,Coast Guard,Government employes, please feel free to leave your atomic experience here for all to read.
This site is to allow all to learn of our sacrifice for our country and the American people.
Please be civil in your statements or stories, no profanity.
I know some of us have lost many friends and relatives due to being exposed to radiation caused by these nuclear tests and the ones having to work in a radiation environment.
Let us hope the American people will stand with us in the hope all Atomic veterans will receive the compensation and recognition we all deserve.
Please send your statement or story to and I will check it and post here for all to read.

British Nuclear Test Veterans Association
The BNTVA is an organisation which deals with all nuclear test veterans and their families.

Children of Atomic Veterans
This web-site was set-up originally to search for fellow (Paul  Tibbets Group) 509 Bomb Wing nuclear test participants of "IVY".
It then  evolved into a "help" site to assist those people, who because of secrecy, know  little about the veteran's participation and the resultant medical consequences.  Hopefully this site can assist in the reconstruction of those lost years.
Included are sources of information for veterans and survivors in gaining  the benefits these veterans earned by virtue of their service to their  country.

Email B Clark for meeting times.Bernard E. Clark

Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission Survivors


The Navy Nuclear Weapons Association (NNWA) is a nationwide organization of military and civilian participants in the US Navy Department nuclear weapons program during the years 1946 to present.  Our 450 members meet annually in September at various locations across the US to reminisce with long-lost friends, provide support with veterans affairs and medical information, visit historical sites, enjoy quality entertainment in hospitable environs, and salute our departed.  The NNWA invites you to join our society of cold-War “Keepers of the Dragon”

USS Curtiss Atomic Marines This site was constructed for the 280 Marines that service aboard the USS Curtiss during the years 1948-1957.  To date 187 of those Marines have been located.  We are continuing our search for the missing Marines.  If you are one of the missing or know a Marine that served aboard the USS Curtiss, we would like to hear from you. The purpose of the site is to unite the Marines that were aboard the ship during the nuclear operations and to provide a source of information for them and their relatives and next of kin.  Everyone is welcome to visit the site.

Articles and Information on the  Net

The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, mutual-help, war-time veterans organization. A community-service organization which now numbers nearly 3 million members -- men and women -- in nearly 15,000 American Legion Posts worldwide.

Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute  AFRRI, a triservice laboratory chartered in 1961, conducts research in the field of radiobiology and related matters essential to the operational and medical support of the U.S. Department of Defense and the military services. The institute collaborates with other governmental facilities, academic institutions, and civilian laboratories in the United States and other countries. Its findings have broad military and civilian applications.

The Atomic Archive This site explores the complex history surrounding the invention of the atomic bomb - a crucial turning point for all mankind. AJ Software & Multimedia presents this site as an online companion to its CD-ROM, Atomic Archive.
Follow a timeline that takes you down the path of our nuclear past, from the 1920s to the present. Read biographies of A-bomb father Robert Oppenheimer and other key scientists of the nuclear age. See the Trinity Test through Enrico Fermi's eye as you read his first hand account of that history making event. Examine maps of the damage to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and summaries of arms-control treaties. You'll also find a gallery of exclusive photographs and animations of nuclear physics

Disabled American Veterans (National)

National Academy of  Sciences
Search this site using “atomic Veterans”  - lots of  articles including
The Effects of Ionizing Radiations on Veterans
Adverse Reproductive Outcomes in Families of Atomic Veterans
The  Feasibility of Epidemiologic Studies
In 1863, the United States Congress created the National Academy of Sciences  to advise the government in scientific and technical matters.

The National Atomic Museum ,The mission of the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is to serve as America’s resource for nuclear history and science. The Museum presents exhibits and quality educational programs that convey the diversity of individuals and events that shape the historical and technical context of the nuclear age.

The Museum strives to tell the story of the Atomic Age, from early research of nuclear development through today’s peaceful uses of the technology. The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is the only Smithsonian Affiliate Museum in the city of Albuquerque. The Museum was chartered by Congress in 1991 as the official Atomic Museum of the United States. The Museum is nationally accredited through the American Alliance of Museums.

The National Veterans Organization of America Inc., a not-for-profit corporation chartered by the State of Delaware. We are dedicated to the preservaton and enhancement of Veterans Benefits.
Basically, we are a group of veterans who are sick and tired of the way that veterans are treated by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. We are tired of of waiting for months or years for our claims to be dealt with by the VA. We are tired of the way the VA continues to deny those claims. We are tired of being butchered by medical residents in the VA Medical Facilities.
We intend to do something about it.

US Department of Veterans' Affairs

Veterans' Advisory Board on Dose Reconstruction (VBDR)
The Veterans' Advisory Board on Dose Reconstruction (VBDR), is required to:

conduct periodic, random audits of dose reconstructions and decisions on claims for radiogenic diseases;

assist the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency in communicating to veterans information on the mission, procedures, and evidentiary requirements of the Dose Reconstruction Program; and

carry out such other activities with respect to the review and oversight of the Dose Reconstruction Program as the Secretaries of Defense and Veterans Affairs shall jointly specify.

Veterans of Foreign Wars (National)

House Committee on Veterans Affairs


 AMVETS (National)

 Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (IEER)

 Los Alamos National Labs

 Naval Historical Center

 NCI Estimated Exposures and Thyroid Doses

 Paralyzed Veterans of America (National)

 US Court of Appeals - Vet Claim Info

 US Department of Justice

 US Department of Labor

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