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8 thoughts on “ Agent Orange ”

  1. May 11,  · A U.S. Huey helicopter sprays Agent Orange over Vietnam. The U.S. military used at least 11 million gallons of Agent Orange in Vietnam from to
  2. VA also is committed to “the continued study of Agent Orange and its associated adverse health effects as well as regular review of all emerging evidence of adverse impacts to veterans from.
  3. The Agent Orange Settlement Fund was created by the resolution of the Agent Orange Product Liability Litigation - a class action lawsuit brought by Vietnam Veterans and their families regarding injuries allegedly incurred as a result of the exposure of Vietnam Veterans to chemical herbicides used during the Vietnam war. The suit was brought.
  4. Agent Orange. Agent Orange was a tactical herbicide used by the U.S. military from to , named for the orange band around the storage barrel. The military sprayed millions of gallons of Agent Orange and other tactical herbicides on trees and vegetation during the Vietnam War.
  5. Agent Orange was a herbicide used during the Vietnam war to defoliate trees and kill crops. A type of herbicide mixture containing a contaminant named dioxin, Agent Orange is highly toxic to human.
  6. Agent Orange Registry health exam: The Agent Orange Registry is a program administered by the VA since Veterans who qualify and participate in this program receive a free medical exam, lab tests, and specialty referrals if appropriate. Veterans do not need to enroll in the VA health care system to receive the registry exam.
  7. This outreach program provides information about Agent Orange and dioxin and actively pursues the recognition of presumptive disabilities from exposure. The program also provides assistance to state councils, chapters and service programs in the handling of Agent Orange-related problems.
  8. Agent Orange, mixture of herbicides that U.S. military forces sprayed in Vietnam from to during the Vietnam War for the dual purpose of defoliating forest areas that might conceal Viet Cong and North Vietnamese forces and destroying crops that might feed the enemy. The defoliant, sprayed from low-flying aircraft, consisted of approximately equal amounts of the unpurified butyl esters.

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