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Agent Orange and the Vietnam veteran

Caroline D. Harnly

Agent Orange and the Vietnam veteran

an annotated bibliography

by Caroline D. Harnly

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Agent Orange -- Bibliography.,
    • Veterans -- United States -- Bibliography.,
    • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 -- United States -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCaroline D. Harnly.
      SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography,, P 1623
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6724.C5 H37 1985, UG447 H37 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination160 p. ;
      Number of Pages160
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2589859M
      ISBN 100890282935
      LC Control Number85141261

        Agent Orange was a powerful herbicide used by U.S. military forces during the Vietnam War to eliminate forest cover and crops for North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops.   James Myers served three tours of duty in Vietnam, and today he's suffering from health conditions that were likely caused by exposure to Agent Orange, a herbicide widely used by the U.S. military.

      In some cases, veterans can link their Parkinson’s to their service. The brave men and women who served in the U.S. military in Vietnam from to are at an increased risk of Parkinson’s. The U.S. military used the powerful herbicide known as Agent Orange as a tactic to defoliate trees in Vietnam from to SYNOPSIS OF COMMITTEE CONCLUSIONS. The committee weighed the strengths and limitations of the epidemiologic evidence reviewed in its report and in previous Veterans and Agent Orange (VAO) reports. Although the studies published since Update are the subject of detailed evaluation here, the committee drew its conclusions in the context of the entire body of literature.

        The committee that carried out the study and wrote the report, Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 11 (), focused on the scientific literature . - Explore Zettie Duke's board "Agent Orange" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Agent orange, Vietnam veterans, Vietnam vets pins.


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Agent Orange and the Vietnam veteran by Caroline D. Harnly Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book was consistent in supporting how Navy veterans were exposed to Agent Orange. The book was also specific in detailing problems with ship evaporators. In conclusion the research showed that Navy Veterans were more likely to die of Agent Orange 5/5(2).

committee, whose conclusions the IOM published in in Veterans and Agent Orange: Health Effects of Herbicides Used in Vietnam(VAO). The work of later committees resulted in the publication of biennial updates (UpdateUpdateUpdateUpdate The Persisting Poison; Agent Orange in Vietnam By Korn, Peter The Nation, Vol.No.

13, April 8, Read preview Overview. Vets Suspect Agent Orange Dangers Passed Down to Kids By Smith, Craig Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Aug Read preview Overview.

Senate expands list of conditions caused by Agent Orange in Vietnam War Types of cancers added mean the VA would have to extend benefits to. The U.S. military used Agent Orange to clear plants and trees during the Vietnam War.

If you served in Vietnam or in or near the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) during the Vietnam Era—or in certain related jobs—you may have had contact with this herbicide. Agent Orange was a weed killer sprayed on the jungles of Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War to eliminate forest cover and crops for North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops.

The name came from the. The Agent Orange Settlement Fund was created by the resolution of the Agent Orange Product Liability Litigation - a class action lawsuit brought by Vietnam Veterans and their families regarding injuries allegedly incurred as a result of the exposure of Vietnam Veterans to chemical herbicides used during the Vietnam war.

Vietnam Veterans Agent Orange Wall. 1, likes 1 talking about this. Movement to petition for a Vietnam Veterans Agent Orange Wall in Washington D.C. We believe that contact with Agent Orange, an herbicide used to clear trees and plants during the Vietnam War, likely causes several illnesses.

We refer to these as Agent Orange presumptive diseases. Find out if you can get disability compensation or benefits if you had contact with Agent Orange while serving in the military and now have one or.

Vietnam Veterans Since the War: The Politics of PTSD, Agent Orange, and the National Memorial [Scott, Wilbur J, Butler, John Sibley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Vietnam Veterans Since the War: The Politics of PTSD, Agent Orange, and the National MemorialCited by: Young concludes, with hindsight, the government could have done better and been more generous to all Vietnam veterans by focusing much less on Agent Orange and more on the total Vietnam experience.

This book is a must read for all interested in the Agent Orange controversy. Almost every definitive statement the author makes is backed by. A U.S. Huey helicopter sprays Agent Orange over Vietnam.

The U.S. military used at least 11 million gallons of Agent Orange in Vietnam from to Wikimedia Commons. 11 May Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 11 () examines peer-reviewed scientific reports concerning associations between various health outcomes and exposure to TCDD and other chemicals in the herbicides used in Vietnam that were published between Septemand Decemand integrates this information with the previously established evidence database.

Agent Orange Exposure Also Affects Some Vietnam Veteran Survivors, Offspring Sadly, this deadly herbicide goes beyond affecting veterans and often extends to their children.

The VA can pinpoint several birth defects among veterans’ children. The book discusses not only the conditions in Vietnam but also all the toxic herbicides and insecticides used during the War.

Unfortunately, most people today believe Agent Orange was the only pesticide we were exposed too. Once a disease is put on the list, it is easier to get disability compensation for it because the VA presumes the disease is a result of exposure to Agent Orange for veterans who served in Vietnam or its inland waterways between and The same applies to veterans who served in or near the Korean demilitarized zone between and   An American flag with a handwritten is dedicated to U.S.

Air Force and Vietnam veteran Mike Nolan who died on Decem as a consequence of exposure to Agent Orange. The artifact was left at The Wall by an anonymous donor between January – March   “Agent Orange exposure has caused years of suffering for thousands of Vietnam veterans, taken many of their lives and negatively impacted their families and survivors,” he.

Ab Vietnam veterans are finally getting the benefits they deserve. Many of them suffer from cancers and other life-threatening diseases linked to Agent Orange.

Agent Orange. A Chemical War without End: Agent Orange in Vietnam Marie-Hélène Lavallard* The Vietnam War () is known for the massive bombings of North Vietnam.

More insidious, however, yet less well-known to the general public, was the chemical war waged from to against South Vietnam. An immense environmental disaster and a human. Faces of Agent Orange. 21K likes. Faces of Agent Orange is part of the Agent Orange Education Campaign, a project of Vietnam Veterans of America.The Vietnam Red Cross estimates that Agent Orange has affected 3 million Vietnamese people, including at leastchildren.

Babies in Vietnam are still being born with birth defects due to.Veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange in Vietnam while on active duty are eligible for disability compensation through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as long as they were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable.

It is often very difficult to produce evidence that an illness is linked to Agent Orange exposure.