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Agent Orange Benefits Granted for Vietnam Vets Stationed in Thailand

Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban recently received an award for Agent Orange benefits for a veteran stationed in Thailand. This veteran was stationed at the Nakhon Phanom Air Force Base. Based on the presumptive conditions laid out by the VA, Vietnam veterans who served along the perimeters of military bases in Thailand anytime between February… Read More »

Did Iraq and Afghan Burn Pits Produce an Agent Orange Effect?

Could the burn pits of military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan have released toxins that now threaten the health and very lives of American veterans? That’s the question many ill veterans are asking, while others are asserting the military has another Agent Orange situation on its hands. That toxic herbicide, used to defoliate Asian jungles… Read More »

Exposure to agent orange during Vietnam War

Benefits Available for Vietnam Veterans Exposed to Agent Orange

Veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange or any other types of herbicides during their service in Vietnam could be eligible to a variety of veterans benefits, including compensation for any diseases associated with their exposure. These benefits could also be extended to beneficiaries. Agent Orange was a special type of tactical herbicide the United… Read More »

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Agent Orange Lingers After War

Recently, the VA asked the Institute of Medicine to investigate whether Agent Orange residues left on C-123 Aircrafts could be hazardous. Between the years of 1972 and 1982 Air Force Reserve personnel trained and worked on the Post-Vietnam C-123 Aircrafts that sprayed Agent Orange herbicides during the Vietnam War. According to the Institute of Medicine,… Read More »