Wednesday, July 27, 2011

AO at Korean Camp Carroll

by Jim Fausone
Veteran Disability Lawyer

Many veterans believe that they were exposed to Agent Orange (AO) outside of Vietnam. Those veterans want the VA's presumptive illnesses to apply to them. The VA and DOD have limited the areas where it is recognized that AO was used and exposure was possible. Some veterans are trying to get the Korean government to pressure the US to recognize that AO was more widely recognized than just in the DMZ. Read about its use and burial at Camp Carroll.

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