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On the Issues

Veterans & Military

Sherrod believes we have a sacred obligation to support all those who serve in our nation’s military – both while they serve and as veterans. That is why he has supported efforts to increase pay and benefits for our men and women in uniform and why he has fought to ensure Ohio military bases and installations have the resources and facilities necessary to support their missions.

Sherrod knows that those who serve should have world-class health care. Too often – from Vietnam, to Afghanistan, to Iraq – our nation has failed to provide care for those suffering from toxic exposure, whether from Agent Orange or toxic burn pits. Senator Brown led the years-long fight to ensure that all veterans exposed to toxins get the health care they deserve – from leading efforts to ensure that reservists exposed to Agent Orange from the planes they worked on received the care they needed to finally passing the PACT Act, the most comprehensive expansion of health care for veterans exposed to toxins in our country’s history.

The legislation is named after Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson, a Central Ohio veteran who passed away in 2020 at age 39 from lung cancer after exposure to burn pits during his deployment in Iraq in 2006. Sherrod is now holding roundtables with Ohio veterans across the state to ensure our veterans know how to access care.

Sherrod successfully secured eight new C-130 aircraft for the Youngstown Air Reserve Station and pushed the Air Force to locate their first cyber mission in Mansfield. Sherrod also worked with former Senator Rob Portman and others across the aisle to make sure that Wright-Patterson Air Force Base has the most up to date facilities in the world to ensure its jobs and missions remain in Dayton.