Agent orange — or herbicide orange (ho) — is one of the herbicides and defoliants used by the u.s. military as part of its herbicidal warfare program, operation. During the vietnam war, more than 20 million gallons of the herbicide agent orange was sprayed to remove jungle foliage. a toxic chemical in the herbicide. Agent orange legacy is advocating for services, support and rights of the children of vietnam veterans exposed to agent orange and their families.. We were issued regular nomex flight suits for duty aboard the c-123 between 1972-1982. in 1994 the air force learned the former agent orange spray airplanes remained. Last week, the federal veterans review and appeal board awarded mcallister disability compensation in relation to his exposure to agent orange and other chemical. Go to this link (http://neuropathysupportnetwork.org/blog/2013/01/guidelines-for-veterans-va-proposed-law-agent-orange-and-peripheral-neuropathy/#more-1086) in the.
Agent orange legacy advocating services, support rights children vietnam veterans exposed agent orange families.. We issued regular nomex flight suits duty aboard -123 1972-1982. 1994 air force learned agent orange spray airplanes remained. Last week, federal veterans review appeal board awarded mcallister disability compensation relation exposure agent orange chemical. Go link (http://neuropathysupportnetwork.org/blog/2013/01/guidelines--veterans-va-proposed-law-agent-orange--peripheral-neuropathy/#-1086) .