U.S. Senator Kay Hagan (NC) today applauded the release of documents related to water contamination at Camp Lejuene. Hagan joined a bipartisan group of Members of Congress that urged the Department of Defense to ensure the public has access to the uncensored Camp Lejeune Historic Drinking Water Consolidated Document Repository and other relevant records.
"This is a step in the right direction towards providing the public with transparency on the tragic events that occurred for several decades at Camp Lejeune," Hagan said. "The Marines and family members affected by this terrible incident deserve answers. I will continue to press the Navy and Marine Corps until Congress and the American people haveaccess to the entire collection."
To view the collection of documents that has been released, please click here. While the Department of the Navy and U.S. Marine Corps provided thousands of documents, the total collection of records is still incomplete.