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Retired engineers volunteer for Daiichi duty

Retired Japanese engineers are lobbying their government to allow them to work on the damaged nuclear reactors at the tsunami-stricken Fukushima power station.



The BBC is reporting that retired Japanese engineers are lobbying their government to allow them to work on the damaged nuclear reactors at the tsunami-stricken Fukushima Daiichi power station.

Dubbed the “Skilled Veterans Corps,” they suggest the adverse effects of radiation that will hound workers who are exposed for decades will not have the same impact on the elderly.

Read: Japan pensioners volunteer to tackle nuclear crisis

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