Tuesday, August 27, 2013

VA gives ground on Agent Orange affect

 If you flew on or worked on a C-123K between 1972 and 1982, and if you’re sick from Agent Orange exposure and fighting for compensation, write this down: Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Paul Bailey had his denied claim overturned and he will receive compensation “as the result of occupational hazards onboard C-123K aircrafts.”

He flew on the C-123K after the Vietnam War. Bailey is ill with multiple cancers.When his plane, sent to a museum, was tested in 1994, it was discovered to still be “heavily contaminated” with Agent Orange.

Continue Learning:  http://www.thespectrum.com/viewart/20130822/DVTONLINE06/308220049/VA-gives-ground-on-Agent-Orange-affect

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