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By Robert Leiendecker NATEODA Historian

 

 

Kenton Stacy

U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Kenton Stacy is at a hospital in San Antonio, Texas, after he was struck by an improvised explosive device while clearing a hospital in Syria.

The 2002 Greenville High School graduate and father of four is an explosive ordnance technician. He was severely injured while assigned to the Operation Inherent Resolve campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

The Navy said they are working to provide further details about how he was injured.

Most of Stacy’s family is in Texas with him, including his wife, Lindsey, who also is a Greenville grad. His mother-in-law works for Greenville schools, but the district said she is with her family in Texas.

 

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Click on this link for a PDF of Stu’s VA Updates this will be a regular feature on the Bulletin Page. Thank you again Stuart Steinberg for you extremely valuable service to our Vets!

The most recent case resolved by Stuart Steinberg is an excellent example of the unique service. "I am pleased to tell you that I just won a case for a Korea/Vietnam vet that I have been working on since July 2013. He was rated at 100% with Special Monthly Compensation for being housebound. His monthly pay is $3,280. His retroactive amount was $110,000. He is 86 years old and now has financial security for as long as he lives. I could not have done this without the support I get from NATEODA."

Steinberg Book to Be Published

Stu Steinberg’s book about his military service as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal specialist, will be published by the British military history publisher, Fonthill Media. This be their first book about Vietnam. Steinberg’s book, This Is What Hell Looks Like, is about his time at Dugway Proving Grounds in 1968 and his 18 months in Vietnam from September 1968, through March 1970. He was at Dugway on March 13, 1968, when a ton of VX was accidentally dispersed over a sheep ranch in Utah and contaminated approximately 40,000 acres of high desert landscape. This accident killed some 6,000 sheep, herders’ horses and dogs, and virtually everything that walked, crawled and flew in the contaminated area. After helping to clean up the contaminated area, Steinberg volunteered for Vietnam. It is expected that publication will occur in the next 7-9 months and will be available at all major book outlets, including Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook and book stores.

 

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