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BLUE WATER VETERANS: Webinar on September 10th, 2015

Protecting our veterans' children

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Agent Orange and Bluewater Sailors: VA has yet to publish its official definition of “inland waterway.” However, the BVA’s decision indicates that VA still refuses to accept Vietnam harbors as inland waterways, ignoring a Veterans Court order to the contrary.

On Thursday, September 10th at 3 PM EDTCommander John Wells, Esq., Executive Director, Military-Veterans Advocacy, Inc. and Matthew Hill will cover what has and hasn’t changed in the Brown Water/Blue Water Debate. In this webinar, you will learn:
  • Why you still need to pay attention, even if your ship was in a harbor or bay. 
  • What to take away from the Gray decision. 
  • What evidence to use for your case. 
  • Actions to be taken politically.

Please submit your questions for Mr. Wells and Mr. Hill on the registration form.

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Widow of a Vietnam veteran exposed to Agent Orange and founder of Agent Orange Legacy.
  1. Bonnie Johnson Reply

    How do I register for and access the webinar?
    My husband was Blue water Navy doing electrical repairs on planes on various carriers. As a ‘gypsy’ he was shuttled by plane to the different carriers.I know he flew in and out of DaNang, but have no proof (yet).
    He died from tongue cancer (and never had a single puff of tobacco). His non-Hodgkins lymphoma had also recurred. He had a surgical cure from a kidney cancer. I need to learn more as I attempt to apply for agent orange benefits.

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      LOVME Reply

      I’m very sorry for your loss Bonnie. Here is the link to register for the webinar>>>

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