Veterans Exposed to Agent Orange - Legislative History, Litigation, and Current Issues
by Congressional Research Service (9781512308822)

Veterans Exposed to Agent Orange - Legislative History, Litigation, and Current Issues
 
Congressional Research Service
Format: Paperback / softback
Pages: 28
Category: Military History
Publisher: Createspace
ISBN: 9781512308822
ISBN-10: 151230882X



The U.S. Armed Forces used a variety of chemical defoliants to clear dense jungle land in Vietnam during the war. Agent Orange (named for the orange-colored identifying stripes on the barrels) was by far the most widely used herbicide during the Vietnam War. Many Vietnam-era veterans believe that their exposure to Agent Orange caused them to contract several diseases and caused certain disabilities, including birth defects in their children, and now their grandchildren.

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