It is also implicitly asking veterans to report what they know about exposure during service:
"The VA intends to notify individuals of their potential exposure, provide treatment, if necessary, for these individuals and adjudicate any claim for compensation.If you need help verifying your possible participation in any of the tests or have information about the testing, you can fill out a form by clicking on the "Contact" link at http://fhp.osd.mil/CBexposures (near the bottom, right side) or call the Department of Defense's (DoD) contact managers at (800) 497-6261, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST.
DoD plans to complete its active investigation of potential exposures by 2011. By that time, DoD will have visited all known locations believed to contain exposure data. However, it will energetically follow up on any information provided by veterans or other sources that may lead to the identification of additional potentially exposed veterans."
- Most but not all of the above is from http://fhp.osd.mil/CBexposures
- Dugway's secret tests: Vets link health problems to chemical exposure by Stephen Speckman, Deseret News,Dec. 28, 2008
- Thanks to VA Watchdog for the tip!