USS Antietam (CV/CVA/CVS-36) Areas With Asbestos Exposure

The USS Antietam (CV/CVA/CVS-36) was not active during World War II as it was commissioned immediately after the war ended. It was designed to be an Essex-class aircraft carrier and had the hull number CV-36. The ship was built in Philadelphia and transported almost 3,500 men aboard. It was 888 feet long at first, but it was modified in 1952 to become the first angled-deck aircraft carrier. As the USS Boxer, this one also served in the Korean War, which brought the vessel two battle stars.

Asbestos exposure has been proven to cause the following types of lung cancers: adenocarcinoma, small cell lung cancer, large cell carcinoma of the lung, and squamous cell cancer. If you suffer from a disease caused by exposure to asbestos and you are also a Navy veteran, please give us a call, as we give you easy access to qualified attorneys who will help bring you justice and compensation.

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Shipmates on USS Antietam (CV/CVA/CVS-36)

James N. Beatty

Robert H. Boorujy

Allen Burket

Alvin Friedman

Harold James Lindley

Eugene R. Gitto

Donald R. Hall

William Jacob Jasper

James F. McCamant

James G. Murphy

Edward Popovich

Robert R. Patton

George E. Slagley