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Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans and The Agent Orange Act of 1991

Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans and The Agent Orange Act of 1991


The following link will take you to a PDF file listing all/most of the various Herbicide/Defoliant Missions in Vietnam (112 pages). Remember that the various “Agents” used have had, and still do have residual effects on people, animals and plants that come in contact and that can include you! Where 0 gallons are listed “unknown” would be a more correct annotation.

Agent Orange Missions: During the Vietnam War, the U.S military engaged in an aggressive program of chemical warfare code named Operation Ranch Hand.

From May 1960 to May 1971, the U.S. military sprayed a range of herbicides across more than 4.5 million acres of Vietnam and Southeast Asia to destroy the forest cover and food crops used by enemy North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops.

Below, you’ll see listed the date each mission took place, the location where the herbicide was sprayed, the chemical used and the amount sprayed.

Source: Agent Orange review [microform]., United States. Veterans Administration. Office of Public Affairs, 1982. Martini, Edwin A., Agent Orange, New York, Hoopla, 2013. Various websites via Internet searches.

Good Luck, and God Bless! Roman [Hnatowski]

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Agent Orange

Agent Orange: The Death of an Army - Slideshow

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