Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Agent Orange Korea: SGT. SHAFT: Vet asks where to find list of units exposed to Agent Orange

Dear Sgt Shaft:

Where can I find a list of units presumed exposed to Agent Orange while in service in Korea? Thanks

Larry A.
Via the Internet

Dear Larry:

Veterans who served in a unit in or near the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) anytime between April 1, 1968, and Aug. 31, 1971, and who have a disease VA recognizes as associated with Agent Orange exposure are presumed to have been exposed to herbicides. These veterans do not have to show they were exposed to Agent Orange to get disability compensation for these diseases.

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Darren Contrino said...

my husband served in korea from 1971 6to 1973..... i have yet to get his exact unit and company with which he served. when i look up his company and unit that reads directly from his dd214. it say it does not exist. it has probally be decommisioned. where the dmz was relocated, given three more miles south. he was up north of camp casy..possbliy camp castly during this era..... he was heavy equip operator...... and suffered not three weeks in country with what we now beleive to be cloracne. yet they are calling it sybacist cysit. i am in the process of working with a vetran rep and what i am asking is. this........my son has suffered from serious seizure problems that came on late in his life. we don't have a history of seizures in my family....he also has been diagnosed as have roaring adhd... if my son takes an a.o. test will it show up in him......... ?

Sharon Perry said...

Darren we cover this subject at this link; item #3...FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: http://agentorangelegacy.blogspot.com/2013/05/frequently-asked-questions.html