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TOXIC EXPOSURES:

Ever since WWI, our military personnel have been left to deal with numerous kinds of toxins, which have many effects on their health and lives.  Many Veterans have died before their time because of these toxins.  The additional issue of how these toxins affect second and third generations is alarming. We need to be informed, and try to help those who have defended us.



 

 

VA & Military Medicine Newsletter

Lots of Benefits and medical information in this newsletter published by the VA: Click Here

 


 

WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU BELIEVE YOUR CHILD OR GRANDCHILD'S HEALTH HAS BEEN AFFECTED BY YOUR EXPOSURE TO TOXINS DURING YOUR MILITARY SERVICE?

Read the checklist here

 


 

GENERAL BENEFITS INFORMATION:

Military Active and Retired Handbooks

Information for Widows, Widowers and Vets

 



AGENT ORANGE RELATED


Thailand Military Bases

Possible exposure on or near the perimeters of military bases between February 28, 1961 and May 7, 1975.


Herbicide Tests and Storage Outside Vietnam

Possible exposure due to herbicide tests and storage at military bases in the United States and locations in other countries. Agent Orange Residue on Airplanes Used in the Vietnam War. Possible exposure of crew members to herbicide residue in C-123 planes flown after the Vietnam War.

READ MORE ON SPECIFIC EXPOSURES AND BURNS:

http://www.publichealth.va.gov/exposures/

 


 

OTHER AGENT ORANGE RELATED INFORMATION

VVA Agent Orange Committee Page

Faces of Agent Orange Facebook Page

Agent Orange Zone

Agent Orange and Birth Defects

AO Birth Defects Registry

Compensation Information