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Vietnam Veterans of America

Agent Orange Guam: The Loggerhead Which is Killing People Exposed to Agent Orange Herbicides on Guam

Veterans: Please Write to Diane Zumatto National Legislative Director. To all concerned, it is not hard to see from these reports from the Guam Cancer Registry that there is something bad going on on Guam. Are we going to allow this terrible injustice to continue to be swept...
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VVA Legislative Agenda & Policy Initatives March 6, 2013

Testimony of VVA Presented by John Rowan, National President/CEO before the House and Senate Veteran’s Affairs Committees Regarding VVA Legislative Agenda & Policy Initiatives March 6, 2013. The legislation we have crafted , which we are calling the Veterans’ Family...
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Faces of Agent Orange: Read Their Stories >>>

Click on the links below to read the stories of Faces of Agent Orange Amy King-Applewhite James May Sheila Clement Linda May Robert Cummings Betty Mekdeci Arthur Dekoff John Miner Mike Demske The Morrises Msgt LeRoy Foster Sharon Perry Dan Griffin The Petroskys Mark David Finley...
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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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IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO CHILDREN OF VIETNAM VETERANS: File Form 21-0304

Vietnam Veterans of America Agent Orange/Dioxin Committee asks all the children (we suggest grandchildren also) of Vietnam veterans exposed to Agent Orange who are ill and/or suffering from a birth defect, learning disabilities, mental health illness, etc..to file a claim with...
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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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