The PACT Act is a sweeping law that may be the most significant law in our nation's history to help veterans. It extends eligibility for medical benefits to an estimated 5 million U.S. veterans sickened by exposure to toxic materials during their military service in the Gulf War, post 9/11, and Vietnam War eras. It expands VA benefits for 3 generations of veterans harmed by certain toxic exposures including burn pits, Agent Orange, and radiation. It also opens up new legal options for veterans and their families exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune. This book is a comprehensive guide to your rights and benefits under the PACT Act.