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Agent Orange Blue Water Navy: President Obama should grant Vietnam sailors Agent Orange benefits

If anyone in Washington has common sense, the incident should bring an end to the long and contentious war by the Department of Veterans Affairs against sailors of the Vietnam War who were exposed to Agent Orange. Instead, senior bureaucrats in the U.S. Department of Veterans...
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Agent Orange C-123: VA Rejects Independent Scientists & Physicians Opinions Supporting C-123 Veterans Claims

VA Rejects Independent Scientists & Physicians Opinions Supporting C-123 Veterans Claims by VA is unable to extend the presumption of Agent Orange exposure to crew members of post-Vietnam C- 123s or acknowledge Agent Orange-related disabilities as a result of this service by
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Agent Orange Blue Water Navy: The Agent Orange Act

To: Our Congress and Senate There are tens of thousands of Vietnam veterans who are sick with exposure to Agent Orange Dioxin. Many can not get Veterans Administration benefits because they did not have boots-on-ground Vietnam because they were at sea or in the… HERE IS...
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Blue Water Navy: Rep. Gibson’s new bill cites Agent Orange Would help Vietnam veterans

The legislation would grant presumptive Agent Orange exposure status to U.S. service members — primarily those serving in the Navy — who served in the so-called territorial waters, up to 12 miles off the shore in Vietnam. “We had sailors who served just off the shore...
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REGISTER NOW: IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO CHILDREN OF VIETNAM VETERANS

  Vietnam Veterans of America Agent Orange/Dioxin Committee is asking the children of Vietnam veterans exposed to Agent Orange; adult children (we recommend you register your children also) who are ill and/or have birth defects, learning disabilities and/or mental health...
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Agent Orange/Diesel Fuel: Bladder Cancer due to Agent Orange and/or Diesel Fuel is Granted S/C (Service connected)

Faces of Agent Orange – RETRACTION: No, bladder cancer has not been added to “the list” of presumptive Agent Orange related diseases. The last IOM report found inadequate evidence on bladder cancer. However, some individual cases have been granted by VA and the Board of...
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