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Asbestos Exposure in the Air Force

Throughout the mid-20th century, the use of asbestos was widespread through the United States military. A key part of construction and manufacturing of military equipment, asbestos was a major component in many products used on an everyday basis within all branches of the military, including the Air Force.

If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you may have grounds for legal action. To learn more, contact the mesothelioma attorneys of Williams Hart today by calling 800-781-3955.

Asbestos Exposure in Machines and on Base

From the founding of the Air Force in 1947, the military has treated this branch with especially high regard. As many have regarded air operations as some of the most important military actions in the modern era, the Air Force has received a great deal of funding over the past century. However, many installations and machines were constructed using asbestos as an integral component.

The following parts and devices may have been constructed using asbestos:

  • Aircraft engine gaskets
  • Pipes used in bases and other installations
  • Ceiling tiles
  • Roofing and shingles
  • Fire-resistant suits

Air Force pilots are selected from a highly competitive recruitment environment in which only the most well-trained are given the opportunity to fly. However, in these conditions, the companies responsible for manufacturing these sources of asbestos exposure may have endangered the health and lives of these soldiers.

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The United States government is not considered legally responsible for injuries sustained during service in the military, generally speaking. However, the corporations that manufactured these products and parts can be liable for injuries and illnesses caused by their use. If you have developed mesothelioma due to asbestos exposure during your tour of duty, contact the mesothelioma lawyers of Williams Hart at 800-781-3955 today for more information about your legal rights.

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