Craig E. Williams

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Craig E. Williams is an American Vietnam War veteran from Kentucky and co-founder of the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation.[1] Williams was awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize in 2006 for his efforts on convincing The Pentagon to stop plans to incinerate decaying caches of chemical weapons stockpiled around the United States.[2] The Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation, along with other groups that formed International Campaign to Ban Landmines, received Nobel Peace Prize in 1997.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Veterans For America (Craig Williams sub-page) (Retrieved on 2007-10-25)
  2. ^ Goldman Environmental Prize 2006: Craig E. Williams (Retrieved on 2007-10-25)