“US Navy forces engage in maneuver training in the Philippine Sea, November 28, 2013.
The massive amount of heavy metals and highly toxic compounds the Navy introduces into the environment
will not be cleaned up by the Navy, nor will the Navy contribute to medical tests for people whose health may suffer.”
Photo credit: Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Ricardo R. Guzman/US Navy
– “US Military Plans to Dump 20,000 Tons of Heavy Metals and Explosives Into the Oceans”
“The US Navy has been conducting war-game exercises in US waters for decades, and in the process, it has left behind tons of bombs, heavy metals, missiles, sonar buoys, high explosives and depleted uranium munitions that are extremely harmful to both humans and marine life.
Truthout recently reported that the Navy has admitted to releasing chemicals into the oceans that are known to injure infants’ brains, as well as having left large amounts of depleted uranium in US coastal waters. Now, the Navy’s own documents reveal that it also plans to use 20,000 tons of heavy metals, plastics and other highly toxic compounds over the next two decades in the oceans where it conducts its war games,” by Dahr Jamail, Truthout.
Folks, this is going into the food chain.