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Agent Orange Okinawa: Pentagon denies burying defoliant

The Pentagon has once again denied allegations that the U.S. military buried the highly toxic defoliant Agent Orange in Okinawa, the Foreign Ministry said. “The U.S. Department of Defense said that it once again reviewed past records and found no documents confirming that...

Agent Orange Okinawa: Okinawan mayor urges probe into Agent Orange allegations

“I was stunned,” Noguni said. “But when you see what had happened on Camp Lester, it is something that is very highly likely.” A local mayor is urging the Japanese government to investigate whether the U.S. buried dozens of barrels of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War at a...

U.S. report to deny Agent Orange in Okinawa

U.S. Department of Defense investigation into the presence of Agent Orange on Okinawa Island is set to support veterans’ allegations of the clandestine burial of potentially harmful chemicals there — but dismiss claims that the toxic Vietnam War defoliant was among them. Sources...

Agent Orange Okinawa: Kadena kept Agent Orange: ’71 army paper

A single sentence buried among 7,000 pages of documents recently released by the Pentagon might well be the needle in the haystack that conclusively proves the U.S. military stored toxic herbicides, including Agent Orange, in Okinawa during the Vietnam War. continue learning

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Evidence for Agent Orange on Okinawa U.S. veterans speak about its harm to their health and their struggle for justice

After 11 months of deliberations, though, the V.A. denied Sipala's claim, citing two grounds. First, it stated there was no proof of him having developed illnesses due to exposure. Sipala refutes the notion. "My medical records clearly show that I developed diabetes right after I...