Kelley B. Vlahos


Kelley B. Vlahos, contributing editor at The American Conservative, discusses the health problems caused by open-air burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan, the ingrained military habit of underreporting injuries and illnesses, multiple lawsuits against KBR for endangering the health of soldiers and the bureaucratic games played by the military and VA to avoid paying health care costs.

MP3 here. (30:55)

Kelley B. Vlahos is a Washington, D.C.-based freelance writer, a longtime political reporter for and a contributing editor at The American Conservative. She is also a Washington correspondent for Homeland Security Today magazine and regular columnist for

2 thoughts on “Kelley B. Vlahos”

  1. Once again, the U.S. Government poses the biggest threat to the life of the members of the military and its citizenry.

    Illegal or unjust military action has consequences.

    When will the universal soldier and nationalistic citizen wake up?

    Nice interview, Scott and Kelley.

    P.S. has made a difference – it puts state-sanctioned murder in the spotlight, exposes the MSM for the shills they are, and provides access to foreign news sources that are much more reliable.

  2. Wow. After hearing this, it really makes me want to give these guys control over the entire medical field. The U.S. Government always has our best interests in mind!

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