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The many faces of Agent Orange

“Going into Agent Orange was like it had a musty smell to it. It was a reddish-brown-colored fog that would be in the air,” said Dudich, who served much of his first tour with troops of the Republic of Vietnam. “We were in combat and I ran through a bamboo...
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SALINE: Vet: Agent Orange victims need to speak up

The impact on the veterans is acute, but it may be greater for their offspring and descendants. The only way the veterans and their families will get the help they need is for Congress to pass legislation. So far the response in Washington has been lackluster, she said. “We...
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MY TORMENT by Danielle Reyes

MY TORMENT by Danielle Reyes, co-founder of AO Legacy, daughter of a deceased Vietnam veteran As I sit here today my mind is entangled in a war that I was not here to experience first hand. My experience was through the torment of which my father lived. I live in my own torment...
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VVA FACES OF AGENT ORANGE: DAN GRIFFIN

VVA FACES OF AGENT ORANGE: DAN GRIFFIN He said Agent Orange came to mind immediately when Shannon began having health problems. “I made the Agent Orange connection pretty much as soon as she started having problems,” he said. “One (child) born while I was in...
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