LEGACY of the ATOMIC BOMB
RECOGNITION for ATOMIC TEST SURVIVORS
LABRATS represents all individuals across the world who have been affected by the Atomic Testing program. We are one big family, connected together with one common bond. Our Education, Recognition and Awareness program is a new ERA for the community.
The Atomic family, includes Veterans, descendants, indigenous people and organisations that represent all aspects of the Atomic tests. Thousands of people have been affected by the tests, and there are many organisations across the world representing these people. LABRATS brings all of these organisations together in one place. We want your stories and your input for our site.
all actions are global - Brian cowden
2020 health survey
Participation in our global health survey has now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part. For decades, the survivor communities have suffered terrible illnesses, this new survey will provide the first ever worldwide survey into the health of the families of the Atomic Test Survivors which will be used for recognition by everyone connected to the testing program. Our report will be published on 1st December 2020.
Our Member Organisations and Individuals from across the world are listed in the directory. This online directory is the first of it's kind in the world, allowing people to contact their representatives within their country, ensuring that they are not forgotten and can receive any help they need.
"I'll never forget that fateful day,
The day they stole my innocence away.
"Christmas Island" 1957, The 8th of November,
Is the day that I will always remember."
Alan Lockwood R.A.F. Equipment Section (Tent D11. Grapple X&Y 1957/8)