Please be sure to visit The Chemical-Biological Warfare Exposures Site
to access more information about CB testing conducted years ago that potentially could have effected the health of your parent veteran.
In some cases, military families were exposed to contaminated drinking water, i.e. Camp Lejeune. Therefore, many of our service members have had multiple exposures.
What that means is that you could have been exposed in-urtero or directly to other toxic substances, in addition, to suffering from intergenerational effects of Agent Orange.
Everyday it seems that we learn of one more place that Agent Orange was used by the US military. The list keeps getting longer by the day.
This list also includes US bases and other locations where the US military (DOD) conducted experiments using Agent Orange.
There are various locations throughout the US where agent orange and the 'rainbow herbicides' were manufactured, dumped, buried and/or burned.
Many of these locations, some of which were also used to build homes or were residential areas, are referred to as Superfund Sites which have been closed and are slated for clean up.