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Navy and Coast Guard Ships Associated with Service in Vietnam and Exposure to Herbicide Agents

May 19, 2011

Navy and Coast Guard Ships Associated with Service in Vietnam and Exposure to Herbicide Agents

This ships list (follow link above) is intended to provide VA regional offices with a resource for determining whether a particular US Navy or Coast Guard Veteran of the Vietnam era is eligible for the presumption of Agent Orange herbicide exposure based on operations of the Veteran’s ship.

 

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  1. Gerald G Robinson Reply

    I handled supplies and equiptment comming back from Vietnam. I worked at Hickam AFB in Hawaii unloading c141's and c130's I now have Type 2 dibetes and Doctors said possble exposure to the Agent Orange Herbiside. Alot of times I ate and didnt have a chance to wash my hands. Did everything decotaminate after making the trip. I would like some answeres before its to late

    • robert lavoie Reply

      We have been trying to link my husbands diabities 2 to agent orange at Hickam Air Force base for two years.He also has liver  disease and kidney disease and many other multiple unexplained illnesses. We are going around in circles with no help from the va which he dosent qualify for benefits.He was exposed to neuclear radiation when he was stationed there. Do you have any information to share. I do have a list of 36 contaminents on that base. Please contact us.

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