Department of Energy Nuclear Weapons Facilities

nuclear weapons site map

A Nation At War

Throughout World War II and the Cold War, the Department of Energy and US military built an expansive network of nuclear mining, testing, and weapon production facilities throughout the country. Many of these sites and initiatives were highly secretive with even the workers having limited knowledge as to the purpose of their work.

Energy Employees Compensation

Many Department of Energy employees, contractors, and sub-contractors were exposed to toxic chemicals and unhealthy levels of radiation while performing an invaluable service to their country. Many workers or their survivors are now eligible for compensation and medical relief under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Program (EEOICPA).

Site Profiles

Below are profiles of some of the major nuclear weapons sites as well as information about EEOICPA eligibility:

For a complete list of facilities go to the DOE’s Facility Database.

Questions about benefits? Call us at (800)718-5658

 

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Need in-home medical assistance? Remain at Home is a proud to serve nuclear workers under EEOICP. Call us today at (800) 718-5658 or use the form below!

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