Agent Orange is recognized as the most toxic man-made chemical. We dumped it on Vietnam and we dumped it on the dusty backroads of Southern Missouri.
Vietnam: The Secret Agent is the first comprehensive look at the history, the effects and the implications of the deadly contaminant 2,4,5-T — a main ingredient of the defoliant code-named Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. Using rare archival and striking war footage in support of interviews with veterans, scientists, attorneys and representatives of the U.S. Air Force, the VA and Dow Chemical — this film documents the history of chemical warfare and the plight of our Vietnam vets.
- C123 Fight VA
- Agent Orange Exposure Claims of C-123 Veterans
- VA reverses denial of benefits for veteran in Agent Orange-related case C-123
- Breaking News: Long Awaited Dioxins Report Revealed
- EPAs Reanalysis of Key Issues Related to Dioxin Toxicity and Response to NAS Comments, Volume 1
- The American People’s Dioxin Report
- Service connection for bladder cancer, as due to Agent Orange exposure and/or diesel fuel exposure, is granted.
- Exposure to Agent Orange by Location
- Click here to see herbicide spraying locations between 1963 and 1970
- Effects of Agent Orange
- The VVA Self-Help Guide to Service-Connected Disability Compensation For Exposure To Agent Orange for Veterans and Their Families