Military Jet Injections

Dear Friend,

Were you exposed to jet injector vaccinations during your military service? If so, you are at risk of blood-borne pathogens, such has hepatitis C, hepatitis B, and HIV.

First and foremost, thank you for your service in defending our great nation and protecting our way of life.

Jet injectors are vaccination devices that administer vaccines by using a pressurized, fine jet stream that penetrates the skin delivering medicament percutaneously—under the skin. Although these devices do not consist of any needles or syringes, the percutaneous exposure created by the jet stream allows for the cross contamination of blood and blood-borne pathogens, such as hepatitis C, hepatitis B, and HIV.

It is my hope in creating this blog that I can extend in giving a voice to a cause whose aim is to correct an injustice and engage in the betterment of Veterans Affairs care. Through these efforts, it is my hope that veterans’ afflicted by jet injectors are no longer rejected and neglected but are treated with the respect and dignity they have earned, and are provided with the utmost care and most beneficial medicines.

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Articles

Jet Injector Basics
What Is A Jet Injector?

VA Claims & Research
How to Structure A Jet Injector Claim
Military Jet Gun Injections Transmitted Hepatitis: An Assessment of VA Claims
Inconsistent Renderings in VA: Comparing Granted vs. Denied Jet Injector Claims
Research Shows, Jet Gun Injectors are a Risk Factor for Veterans Hepatitis C
Flawed VA Studies on Hepatitis C Risk Factors
A Risk Factor is a Risk Factor…

Corroborating Evidence
Faulty Design Created Inherent Risk – Parts 1- 6
Improper Military Jet Injector Vaccinations – Parts 1-7
Secretary McDonald Recalls His Own Bloody Military Jet Injections
Government Jet Injector Webpages Unveiled: ‘404 Not Found Errors’ No More
Invaluable Resources Demonstrate MUNJIs Are Inherently Unsafe—Thanks to Dr. Weniger
What Has Changed Within These Photos?
Army’s 1959 Introduction of the Ped-O-Jet Injector
Ped-O-Jet Inventor Omits Hepatitis Transmission Possible
1970 DoD Report Warns of Bleeding Following Jet Injections
Military Corpsmen Checked For Bleeders Following Jet Injections
Ped-O-Jet Withdrawal Letter to DoD Over Risk of Disease Transmission
1962 – Eli Lilly Warns of Hepatitis Transmission Via Jet Injection
“Slight bleeding does occur in at least 10 per cent” of Jet Injections
1963 Film Captured Bleeding During Mass Military Jet Injections
“Flu Inoculations Lead to AIDS Scare” in Military Installment
Seeing is believing: A Close-up of the Bifurcated Needle
1971 NIH Conference Recognizes Bloody Jet Injectors Pose Risk For Hepatitis

Fallen Heroes
Fallen Heroes- In Memoriam
Fallen Heroes- We Miss You Dad!

Jet Infectors – Chapter 1
Jet Infectors Chapter 1 – Parts 1-3

Printable Materials

The following presentations are not only to educate but assist you with your VA claim. Feel free to download these files and print hardcopies to include in your claims file.

1. How Do Jet Injectors Work? (file size 1.9 mb)

2. Inherent Problems With Jet Injectors (file size 2.5 mb)

3. Scientific Studies Report Bleeding (file size 2.8 mb)

4. Military Jet Injectors (file size 5 mb)

5. Improper Procedures Increased Risk (file size 7.6 mb)

6. Jet Injector / HCV Nexus (file size 1.9 mb)

Jet Infectors Brochure

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