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Entry: 90964
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AO IS NOT THE ONLY CHEMICAL

DMZ VET wrote on April 13, 2015


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: WARRIORS WAKE UP.

http://www.dmzwar.com/dmzcaptivesarepows.php

We need to have a class action lawsuit against the government. How many DMZ vets suffered or are suffering, not getting help because they are not considered combat vets. We are traumatized again and again by a government that can not stop lying about us.

No soldier left behind, that is not true. Not only were we going to be left behind, we were put there for that reason. They sent soldiers to die so they could change the minds of the American people that were tied of war. That is as sick as any other country we have looked at in disgust at over them killing there own people.

DMZ vets must raise to the occasion and defend their rights and preserve their history as they defended freedom on the frontlines. DMZ vets held back an enemy in the most dangerous and heavily armed place on earth, and I think they can be as strong and fight the battle for their dignity and life.

The US government has thieved benefits from us they many need to help them with unknown illnesses, and PTSD.

Those died did so as an accident, self inflicted , or illness. That is the best our government can do for soldiers who held back an enemy that would have taken over Korea if we not there. This needs to stop and stop now. We can not be let them keep screwing us while our brothers are suffering and dying because their are being refused medical care.

The first trauma is bad enough, but for the government to repeat it over and over again by lying and denying should disgust any American.

AO was not the only chemical being used.
WAKE UP WARRIORS IT IS TIME TO FIGHT FOR YOUR LIVES.


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Entry: 90961
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
DENNIS R DONATH

PATTI DONATH wrote on April 12, 2015


City and State: CHILLICOTHE IL

Unit: MP LOCATED IN INCHEON

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Trying to find any information I can on my husband he was in Incheon by the Yellow Sea 69-70. I have none of his paperwork that I need to prove this and they said they cannot find it ?? I have a friend in my hometown that told me her husband served with Denny in Incheon. They have both passed away and both full of cancer colon, cecum, liver, lungs, my husband passed away 12/17/13 Mac passed away 8 years ago (Mac was his nickname) Denny was my husband name.. He told me that they sent him other places while he was there, but never got any paperwork about where he was sent. Any help would be appreciated because they are asking me to prove he was exposed to AO and I truly believe that agent orange was involved.. He was covered in bumps all over his body before he passed

Thank you so much
Patti Donath
for Dennis R Donath


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Entry: 90937
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE, SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

WILLIAM J MCCULLOCH wrote on April 8, 2015


City and State: ROME NY

Unit: HHC/ 3/32 7INF DIVISION. 68-69

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was at camp Hovey and then spent 4months on the DMZ. In May of 2015 I was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma. I met with a caseworker from the VA and was told I was in an area where AO was used, which could be the cause of my cancer. The cancer was found on the base of my tongue, throat , tonsil and one lymph node. I had radical neck dissection and six weeks of radiation. I was told at the va that the burden of proof is on me, because they have no record of me serving on the DMZ, and I have to prove the relationship of my cancer and dioxin exposure. Any information or suggestions anybody can give me will be a great help to me.

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Entry: 90931
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
SGT MISSILE I CORPS CAMP COLBURN

RONALD FIERCE SENIOR wrote on April 7, 2015


City and State: ATHENS OH

Unit: I CORPS 81ST ARTILLERY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Have medical problems that doctors have said qualified for AO exposure but have been denied twice as cant prove I was around the areas that it was sprayed. The latest being prostate cancer in 2013. Would like to connect with other vets that was stationed at Camp Colburn during 1968-1969. I remember a Carmin from Michigan a Sgt Hinson from Arkansas. Provet from Ohio. We were given a book that had pictures of the camp and places where we played basketball. I have lost mine am now in process of trying to prove that I was on different compounds where agent orange was sprayed. I drove for Cpt Hubbard B battery, battalion commander was Lt. Col.Seth Day.

Keywords: God Bless you in your efforts.


Entry: 90906
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
KOREAN CONFLICK

JESSY PITTS wrote on April 1, 2015


City and State: BLYTHE CA

Unit: FORWARD OBSERVER 3RD INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was a Forward Observer at the DMZ from August, 1953 to February, 1955. I have pictures
of the whole area, showing exactly where I was, the Guard post, all the big weapons, etc.
I was in perfect health when I entered the Army. NOT ANYMORE. I suffer from Parkinsons,
Hodgkins Lymphoma. and some disorders I cannot name. My wife only got the idea to
check the Korean Conflict for AO exposure this week. So, I'm late in getting started. We were so close to North Korea, we could almost throw a rock. Is there anyone out there in
my age group (82) who is having similar problems or was stationed on the DMZ during the
time I was there? If so, would love to hear from you.


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Entry: 90886
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
4/7 CAV SEPTEMBER1967 - OCTOBER 1968

JOSE CARRION wrote on March 29, 2015


City and State:

Unit: 4/7 CAV

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Looking for officers that were at Camps Jeb Stuart and Camp McKenzie form 10/67 to 10/68.

Particularly looking for 1LT Leslie J. Tabit.



Keywords: B- 4/7 Cav Camp Jeb Stuart and HHT 4/7 Cav Camp McKenzie.


Entry: 90877
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
YES A O PHOTO

JAMES MCFARLAND wrote on March 28, 2015


City and State: DEARBORN MI

Unit: B BTRY 7TH BN 17TH ARTY P

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I do have some photos from 4papa1 aph in the d m z. You were not to take photos in side the d m z ,o well I was just a kid. I have one of a gi name klen looking out at the fence and you can see that a o was spread all over.i have him in what we call the gravE and some others. There is one of la gue buy the guns 105 how. And You can see that thre is on grass around the pit .cleang as eney thing, ask your self di I pull all that grass or did g o chink.callme leve y

Keywords: Your name & #. And I will call you back, tell me photos Do eney one of you remedy the the time we could not get down from o p 2. What a party.one of the best drive wee had had to come up and get us down because of the mines and we could not see in the dark,to walk down the path. We had a fire that must have see in the north, This is he'll come and get us. We are here!,,,,


Entry: 90876
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
CAMP PELHAM D M Z

JAMES MCFARLAND wrote on March 28, 2015


City and State: DEARBORN MI

Unit: B BTRY 7TH BN 17TH ARTY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Ok,this is Mack. The kid June 2 1970. Was 17',nov 1970 was in Korea . I was at camp Pelham We did go up north 10 days every mounth, I did not get to 4pa pa 1 aph till February or March I had to jump a 2 1/102 and then report to the cap. Just too get the 45$ combat pay. But thay had to pay me ,but donot tell eney. At home that I was up there .Yes I do have A Orang,just got my 20 o/o and 10 o/o for hearing.

Keywords: Know I am going for the rest,it may take. 2more years but it will be worth it . If you remember me. Yes I did say that to the cap! I got 12days off in the p x bar soon after the cap. Was removed. It you know me call 313 702 0956. Leve your name and ## so I can call you.


Entry: 90867
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
6TH BATTALION 12TH ARTILLERY

HOWARD ALLEN JR. wrote on March 26, 2015


City and State: ORLANDO FL

Unit: SERVICE BATTERY 6TH BATTALLION 12TH ARTILLERY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was stationed at Camp St. Barbara from 1968 - 1969. The camp was in a canyon surrounded by mountains. There were three gates into the camp and I entered into the third gate. After I was there for about seven months, I noticed that all the vegetation was turning brown. I didn't know what was causing this until I was discharged for about ten years. That was the first time I even heard about agent orange. By then I had a bunch of severe health problems. I was on a fire base protecting the most likely route for the N. Koreans to invade, and didn't find that out for about ten years after my discharge. There was a dirt road that went into the mountains that the public couldn't use that we had used to go out into the field. Camp St. Barbara was located about 10-12 miles from the DMZ. I am looking for anyone out there that can help me prove I was there. Please conatact me if you can help. God Bless all the vets out there.

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Entry: 90614
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
SUPPLY CHAIN

CLARK NAMIAS wrote on February 17, 2015


City and State: SAVANNAH GA

Unit: 1/42ND FA , 4TH MISSLE CMD

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: has anyone tried to look for the supply side of AO from stateside to the actual unit their has to be some paperwork to which can help everyone this is probaly at the national archives some supply people chime in to heipl

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Entry: 90456
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
ANY ONE OUT THERE?

GARY ROGERS wrote on January 24, 2015


City and State: ORMOND BEACH FL

Unit: 45TH TRANSPORTATION

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was stationed at camp Humphries with the 45th transportation in 1971.quite often chopper pilots would come by my quonson hut looking for crew chiefs so they could get their hours in to qualify for flight pay.Since I was 67M20 they often picked me.we often flew to the DMZ.I need someone to contact me who was stationed there with me I was diagnosed with parkinsons desease and have been trying to get benefits for 4 years now my lawyer says if I found someone who also has medical problems from agent orange at this time it would help my case.any one out there?

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Entry: 90451
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT INFO

ART WILDMAN wrote on January 23, 2015


City and State: CA

Unit: 260MP CO

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Info on use of agent orange or other dangerous agents at SAD 300. 1969/70.

Keywords: SAD 300/Camp Humphries


Entry: 90442
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
2ND INFANTRY 72ND ARMOR2ND BATTALIONAGENT ORANGE BUDDY STATEMENT ANDY CHIASSON

HOPE CHIASSON wrote on January 23, 2015


City and State: GALLIANO LA

Unit: 2ND INFANTRY 72ND ARMOR 2ND BATTALION

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Widow of Andy Chiasson from Larose Louisiana Passed away suddenly -I am in need of a buddy statement of serving in Korea Feb 1967-Mar 1968 Camp Beard for widow's death benefit and also in need of any information of Agent Orange usage at that time or prior. Any information is greatly appreciated. He was stationed at Camp Beard during the above dates. Please contact me via email hccchi@yahoo.com

Sincerely,
Hope Chaisson


Keywords: 2nd Infantry 72nd Armor 2nd Battalion
Agent orange
Camp Beard
2nd Infantry Combat Brigade
Andy Chiasson



Entry: 90429
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
354TH SECURITY POLICE KUNSAN AB

BRUCE STORACE wrote on January 20, 2015


City and State: WARREN MI

Unit: 354TH SECURITY POLICE

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Still trying to locate and contact Anthony (Tony) Fusco, T.J. Washington, Michael Criner, Ronald Merritt, John Leto, Kenneth Hawkins, Juan B. Anavitate, Michael Drury and Milton Clyburn. Need buddy statemewnts from as many as possible for VA Claim on diabetes and agent orange. We went through the combat Preparedness training course in 1970 with the side trip to the DMZ. Some of the guys were K-9 handlers at Kunsan AB.

Keywords: Combat Preparedness training, Osan and the DMZ ranges Kunsan Air Base


Entry: 90379
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
ARMY AFKN 74-75, CIVILIAN ENG TEACHER 76-80

DON SHIVELY JR wrote on January 11, 2015


City and State: VISTA CA

Unit: AFKN, YONGSAN COMPOND, SEOUL

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Need to know what tests are needed for AO exposure. Our studio in Seoul was found
to be built on an old Japanese arms pile from the end of WWII and to remove it, we
were heavily sprayed in the area where we often sat and ate our lunches. They
sprayed, then removed the debris and dug the stuff all out. Me and a buddy brought
home bayonets from this historical find. After that we spent a year sitting, eating
and smoking on the ledge overlooking AFKN Hill wondering why the grass would not
grow back. I have multiple medical issues and it seems all my buddies that sat
there with me are now gone! We had a hell of a good time in Korea ..... but oh,
God, I hope its not true!


Keywords: AFKN
AFKN Hill Japanese Arms cache discovery 1974
K16
AFKN Munsan
Ietaewon
Ohyadong
Seongnam City
Munsan



Entry: 90353
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE KOREA

ROBERT L.A. (BOB) HAYNES wrote on January 7, 2015


City and State: FOX LAKE IL

Unit: HHC 1/23RD INF. REGT. 2 ID

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I served on the DMZ 1966-67 for 12.5 months with HHC 1/23rd Inf. Regt. 2 ID
I have been approved for care and compensation for illnesses resulting from exposure to Agent Orange (AO). Let me tell you up front that it was not easy and it will not be easy for you. BUT DO NOT GIVE UP!!!!
You can get the VA site by GOOGLE and typing in Agent Orange Korea. There you will find the exposure presumptive dates of April 1st. 1968 thru August 31st. 1971. They will also list all the illnesses presumed to be due to exposure to AO.
DO NOT let their presumptive dates fool you!!! I left Korea 11/22/1967, 5 months prior to their presumptive date and have been approved. There is another guy that served in 1977 and he has been approved...it can be done.
You must approach your local VA clinic or regional VA Medical Facility and request an Agent Orange Registry Exam. That is the first step. They must give you this exam!!! Tell them about any illness or pain you have ever had or still have, even if your little toe hurts!
Keep track of all your medical records from your military days, your civilian life and now all your records relating to a AO claim.
If you served in Pusan or Incheon or anywhere way south you are not likely to get near an approval! Don't tell me you drove convoys up to the DMZ to deliver supplies as I know better. The units that served north of the Imjin River sent trucks south to get supplies!
Now, I have helpful documentation that I am willing to share for your AO claim. But only by email at 2idahq@comcast.net
If you need help in filing your claim I would recommend the DAV. Do not file your claim with anyone that gets their pay check from the VA!!!!!
I am the National Secretary/Treasurer of the Second Infantry Division (Indianhead) Association. You can visit our web site at 2ida.org
I also know an attorney that will assist if you are in the appeal process of your claim! I will provide contact by email.
Good luck and don't ever give up!
Bob Haynes
Imjin Scout


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Entry: 90333
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
FATHER EXPOSED

MOLLY DILL wrote on January 3, 2015


City and State: CLIFTON CO

Unit: UNKNOWN

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My father told me he was exposed to Asian Orange aka Agent orange when he was in the Korean war. I have mental disabilities. I want to learn about this subject. Would like to know how this has caused my disability. I get very frustrated throughout my life because of my learning. I had a rough time in school. I am physically in good health. I've been extremely emotional from the time I was born. My Fathers name is John Arthur Dill. He told me that it affected me.

Keywords: My Dad was nicknamed shorty.


Entry: 90259
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE CAMP CASEY, KOREA

RICHARD PAASCH wrote on December 22, 2014


City and State: SOUTH KINGSTOWN RI

Unit: 127TH SIGNAL CORPS

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: My doctors at VA Medical Center in Providence, RI, informed me that my ischemic? heart disease (2 open-heart surgeries, stint, balloon) are a result of Agent Orange, to which I was exposed in 1968 in Korea, but the powers that be refuse to admit to any culpability or responsibility; hence, no benefits, but I continue to pay out of pocket co-pays and other expenses. Where is our government when we need them?


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Entry: 90195
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
MJSQUAD 1/17TH ARTY SERVICE BATTERY

MICHAEL SQUADRILLE wrote on December 14, 2014


City and State: LOS ALAMITOS CA

Unit: 1/17TH ARTY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Can anyone help me verify when Agent Orange was used (and recognized as such since)
at the DMZ in Korea. I served with the Persuaders in Service Battery, 1st of the
17th from June 1965 to July 1966. I have since had bladder cancer twice (cancer
free for 2 1/2 years), prostate cancer the past 4 years & currently half way
through an 8 weeks daily radiation program. I recall patrolling in a large area
where trees and vegetation were dead along the DMZ - north east of Camp McIntyre.
At the time, we didn't think anything of it though we wondered why the area was in
that condition no matter the season.
Thanks for your foo and for your dedicated service to our country !
All the best and Merry Christmas !
Michael


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Entry: 90183
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE KOREA MAY69 TO AUG70 7THBN 2NDARTY 38THADA CBATTERY

KENNETH HOFFA wrote on December 12, 2014


City and State: FAIRBORN OH

Unit: 7THBN 2NDARTY 38THADA CHARLIE BATTERY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: my name kenneth hoffa was sp/4 stationed s.korea 7th bn 2nd arty 38th ada charlie battery 1969-1970 called namyang compound hawk missile site my mos was 76y20 supply specialist my job pll tac site ordered parts for radar and hawk missiles. i was present when agent orange was sprayed as supervisor to katusas spraying tac site and helicopter pad, i have heart eschemia heart attack, type 2 diabetes high blood pressure and skin disease due to being exposed to AO, put claim in was denied, i appealed which is ongoing, which i was sprayed also by AO. have been in contac with others who have served in charlie battery 5 vets already. if any vet has served in 69 or 70 need your help with statements. thankyou and thankyou for your service.

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Entry: 90140
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE KOREA NOV 66-NOV67 2ND MEDICAL BN.2ND INFANTRY DIV.

WALTER BRAZELTON SR. wrote on December 5, 2014


City and State: SCOTTSVILLE KY

Unit: 2ND MEDICAL BN. 2ND INF DIV

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was at 2nd medical 2nd. inf div Nov 66- Nov 67 was tdy twice ...aocument ombulance support to where fence was being built and again to acta ,imjin scouts.

Have DoD document about testing of herbisides someone sent me copy of va recog.nition of their exposure to herbicides. Time was only one day difference in their stay and mine. I have misplaced. does anyone remember.if they sent it to me. I have proof of being in covered area which was same as theirs for one month and 20 days.



Keywords: ft Irvin,,injin scouts, fence,mickey mouse corner,pob won ni. lt. Shoffner,Luis Rodriquez,


Entry: 90129
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
CAMP HOVEY DEC 1993-1994

GEORGE BETANCOURT wrote on December 2, 2014


City and State:

Unit: HHC (ON TOP OF THE HILL) S-3

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Hey guys. So many of you have storys. and i guess I have my own.

If you ever, while in Korea, dug a foxhole, or low-crawled on the floor, or sat in water from the rivers, u may have been exposed to this chemical. My guess is... we all may have had some type of exposure to Agent Orange and our bodies are dealing with it as best as it can.

For those of you who may not know, Agent Orange was likely used freely in the areas of the ROK for weed abatement, pesticides, and the like. This poison/pesticide was spread on the ground and shrubs in early hours by locals, and the military, and most of the US military was unaware of the dangers that we were exposed to. Some of us still use the chemical in our homes. Nowadays, the makeup may be different and mild, but it may be called ROUND UP weed killer. Plz, look up the times you were there and the possibility may still be there if you are suffering the after effects of the exposure to this chemical. AO is linked to various cancers, heart disease, diabetes, and several other health conditions. Some people die and dont know they have it, but in the autopsy, they find the chemical roaming their system.AO was, and may still be, manufactured by Monsanto (a chemical producer for the US, and still aggressively produces Genetically Modified Organisms, GMO's, that are banned in a few countries, but not the US). I say this so you can find out your answers. How long before entropy happens to break down the chemical? Does simple rain and normal weather patterns break it down by itself? Monsanto, nor scientists, are not clearly saying 'yes, or no'.

I am no expert, so dont email me, but you can document this by going to your doctor and asking them if they can list your conditions and possibly match it to Agent Orange. Case law? Volumes of cases have already been adjudicated and won for the veteran in the VA system, but remember, the VA will ALWAYS deny you for as long as they can. Keep up the fight, and NEVER give up as long as you have your papers to prove your claim.

Monsanto is a huge company with yearly profits in the billions, so fighting them may be tough, and they may have been under another name in its infancy.
See www.monsanto.com for more information.


Keywords: Agent Orange, Monsanto, Hovey, Korea,


Entry: 90112
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
327TH COMM RECON UNIT

CLARENCE JACOBS wrote on November 30, 2014


City and State: JUPITER FL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments:

Keywords: any one that was stationed in formosa/ Taiwan from 1955 to mid 1956 that has any pictures of tha base on top of the mountain,, the base that was'nt supposd to be known about.i have parkensens diaease and the va tells me that its my responcibility. to prove my case..so if some one has pictures i could use them and then return them.please someone help. Jake


Entry: 90003
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
PLEASE HELP

VICTORIA BLACK wrote on November 13, 2014


City and State: HENDERSONVILLE NC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: I am in search of anyone whom may have served with my father His name was Garrett Fields
I am not sure of the division he was in but I know that he was part of the division in charge of shipping and receiving ammo during the years of 1968-1969 in Korea. My father was told that agent orange was not used during this time to now find out that it was I watched my father suffer from what started out as prostate cancer to non-Hodgkin's lymphoma he battled this for 8 years and now the va is still trying to deny that he was there or that agent orange was used if anyone is or has gone through this please contact me all the help would be forever grateful


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Entry: 89992
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
MONSANTO CONNECTION

G. N. wrote on November 12, 2014


City and State:

Unit: OPERATION RANCH HAND

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: VA grudgingly acknowledges the issue and discourages those seeking help, keeping sufferers at bay whenever possible, waiting for them to die. However, there is now a movement aside from VA that is seeking justice by targeting the source of Agent Orange, which is Monsanto. Aside from pursuing VA you may want to consider those organizations who are going after Monsanto. Monsanto has deeper pockets and is largely guilty for this travesty. This one is global and not just US. Possible compensation aside, it would feel good just to see Karma crash on this enemy of the Earth. At this point, there is probably nobody living who has not been victimized. Agent Orange is still alive and well and probably sitting in your garage or workshop under another name. All you need to do is research.

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Entry: 89831
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
A COMPANY 1/38TH INF

CHARLES FORRESTER wrote on October 22, 2014


City and State: CLEVELAND TN

Unit: ACO 1/38 INF

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was on the DMZ in late 1984 with A Company, 1/38th Infantry. I have been diagnosed with diabetes and high blood pressure. I think my medical problems are connected to my service on the DMZ. Being Infantry, we dug holes, crawled on the ground, and encountered ground water. I was exposed to the chemicals used to defoliate the area around the DMZ, whose life span is hundreds of years. VA has ignored my inquiries into this. They said I was outside of the allotted time period for the exposure. Any help out there??

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Entry: 89811
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORENGE

DAVID KENDALL SR. wrote on October 16, 2014


City and State: SALEM OR

Unit: 2ND. INF. DIV. 2/9TH. CSC SCOUTS

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Was on the DMZ in 1977-78 and was sprayed with something that might have been A/O .
is there a blood test or some way to tell know if i was. i have a lot of medical
problems now.


Keywords: DMZ camp greaves 1977-78.


Entry: 89734
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE CLAIM

JOANIE SCAFUTO wrote on October 2, 2014


City and State: RANCHO CUCAMONGA CA

Unit: 8TH AHQ/SUPPLY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: To ALL vets who may have served with my husband Michael Scafuto in Korea 1969-1970. I have been carrying on his claim that he began five yrs ago. I promised him i would continue to try and find someone who knew him and could verify that he did make many trips back and forth in the DMZ areas. He had kidney cancer, chloracne, type II diabetes and lung cancer. He was 7th Inf Div/305th Sig Bat/8th ArmyHeadquartersSupply His MO was 76y20Supply. He had few buddies but one may have the name Hudgens or Hodgens, not sure. If your out there, please let me know! Thank you ALL for your service!!

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Entry: 89705
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE BENEFITS

RON BROWN wrote on September 24, 2014


City and State:

Unit: 4/7TH CAV

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was stationed at Camp Jeb Stuart with the 4/7th Cav in South Korea for 7 months in 1969. We spent lots of time in the zone by the DMZ and walked through recently sprayed areas with dioxins occasionally. I then spent a year with the 11th Cav in Vietnam/Cambodia and have a letter that we were the most sprayed unit there with agent orange. I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Tonsil Cancer/Lymph Nodes awhile back. I filed a claim and was denied. If your illness isn`t listed on the VA Agent Orange illness list, it will be almost impossible to win a claim. There are a few exceptions you can google and find the cases, but you will need a doctor to work with you and take it all the way through the appeal process to Washington D.C. for a chance to win. A many year process. The change that needs to be made is in the list of presumptive illnesses. I know what I am talking about guys, I`ve been there.

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Entry: 89608
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
CAMP ST BARBARA

EUGENE GABRIELLI wrote on September 4, 2014


City and State: SCOTTSDALE AZ

Unit: 6TH BATTALION 12TH ARTILLERY I CORPS

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I served in Korea in the army 1969 1970 north of the 38th parallel I was the most searched for service battery on my daily duties was to get up at four o clock in the morninggo to the motor pool give my deuce and a half truckand pick up 1 katusa sergeant and 2 katusa soldiers to go to Camp Casey every morning Monday through Friday and pick up food rations for headquarters and service batterymany times on the side of the road I would rok soldiers coming from the DMZmany times I would see them spraying Agent Orange to the vegetation I breathed in many times Agent Orangeif there is anyone out there that can help validate what has happened I would appreciate it of peripheral neuropathy in both my legs and hands I can't sleep at night there's no medication that will help me and I am in pain all the time also I have been diagnosed is having heart disease there's no telling how much longer I will have to live i have file claims with the VA and after 6 years of claims I am in the appeals process I filed my notice of disbelief in January of this year and have not heard anything from the VA I just join the VFW to help me with my problems if anybody out there that can help me prove thank you all for anybody else please email me. camp st Barbara from the road there to Camp Casey please help thank you all anybody else please email

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Entry: 89565
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
NEED PICS OF CAMP HOWZE CIRCA 1968-1968

CHRISTOPHER MCCORMICK wrote on August 25, 2014


City and State: SAN ANTONIO TX

Unit: HHC 508TH GROUP KOREA-ASSINGED AT CAMP HOWZE

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I'm in the process of appealing my VA Claim and I need any and all Photos of Camp Howze Korea circa 1968-1969, especially any depicting the small Motor Pool on the top of the hill at the North West side of the Camp. I (We) lived in hooch #T-818 at the entrance to the motor pool and our shower was just inside the motor pool entrance. We have a few photos of that area but no photos of the full camp or overheads of the camp where you can see the motor pool in relation to the rest of the camp. If anyone recalls the group of ASA guys living in T-818 from 1968 thru mid 1969 (we were a special NSA - Signal intercept project with 12 people at Camp Howze) and can recall our presence, working on our vehicles after our many trips to the DMZ, etc., or have records (like building assignements etc.) showing our presence, that would also be helpful. Or if they happen to have any records (sign in sheets, mess hall sign in sheets, medical signin etc.,) of the guys from HHC 508th Group Korea it would help a lot to prove we were there. I'm certain someone has some photo's somewhere of the camp Motor Pool on the NW end of the camp, but we can't find any online. Any help would be greatly appreciate. Christopher McCormick.

Keywords: Camp Howze, 1968, 1969


Entry: 89562
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER

ELIEZER BAEZ-HERNANDEZ SR. wrote on August 25, 2014


City and State: BRONX NY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: To whom may I corncern that could be interested members of United US Army, that served during the time and periods of July 30, 1959 to September 01, 1960, during this time and date periods the used various Military Personnel to clear all kind of plantation that was impaired the visibility of all security and guards around every wired and heavily wired fences, it was necessary for our strategical of company security. The detail personnel can not clear the weeds by hands, therefore they used a some kind of liquids very effective, but we the personnel around we did not had the ideas what kinds of health problem it would create, this products used we learned very late that its was Agent Orange. My Military details was made at Camp Hovey, Camp Casey, St. Barbara and various fighting game or Military exercises and Bigwalks for a weeks. My unit was: 1st Brig 32nd Inf. 7th Inf. Division, at Don Du Cheoung, South Korea.

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Entry: 89555
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
KOREA, 1959-1963

EDDIE WATSON wrote on August 23, 2014


City and State: GALT CA

Unit: I-CORE

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Anyone serve in Korea from 1959 to 1963 by DMZ building the road and missle site?


Keywords: 11th Engineer Battlion


Entry: 89553
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
EXPOSURE TO AGENT ORANGE

MICHAEL STOFFAL wrote on August 23, 2014


City and State: RICHFIELD ID

Unit: 6TH BATALLION 80TH ARTILLERY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Hello to my brothers and sisters in arms, I am Michael Stoffal, Was a Sgt. of gun section 3 in the 6th battalion 80th artillery South Korea from Sept. 1968 to Nov. 1969. I am looking for anyone that spent time with the same unit and time. I found two guys that I was with, but one passed away in 2011, and the one that I talked to every two weeks passed away this July 28th. I know that Lt. Ed Burns was there at the same time I was but can't find him. Anyone that was there please reach me at michaelstoffal@yahoo.com, or call me at 208-3168972, or write me at 892 East 820 North Richfield Idaho 83349. I have a claim in for agent orange exposure, need any help that you can give me. Thank You Sgt. Michael Stoffal

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Entry: 89548
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE CAMP COLBERN

D.W. BRAATEN wrote on August 21, 2014


City and State: PHOENIX AR

Unit: 304TH SIGNAL BN

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Was stationed at Camp Colbern many years after most of the vets that are writing here. However, I went into the military in perfect health and my first duty station was Camp Colbern.

I began having numerous problems that resemble AO exposure.
chloracne - oily skin - hyperpigmentation - loss of hair - headaches - rheum arth - kidney issues (uti's - blood in urine - kidney stones) - lung/breathing issues - raynauds.

Its been twenty years since my service and now I am told I have over 30 illnesses.
chronic kidney disease - SLE lupus affecting more than three parts of my body - chronic anemia and iron defeciancy - migraines daily - fibromyalgia - chronic fatigue - numerous broken bones - arthritis every joint and bone - degenerative arthritis - spinal stenosis - hypertension - liquid around heart - teeth sensitivity (teeth that for no apparent reason just crumble apart and have to be removed) - chronically low vitamin deficiancies (magnesium - b12 - D - several others) - hematuria - kidney failure - unexplained weight loss - ringing in the ears - anxiety - depression - asthma (breathing/lung issues) and several more things.

Please contact me as any information would help. I have a father who was in Vietnam who died of bone cancer, lung cancer, diabeties 2. Three sisters who died of lupus before they were 40.

I just turned 41.

Also the military doesnt understand getting in your vehicle and driving places. I was in crypto but I broke my foot and they made me the commanders driver and we went to Camp Red Cloud, Camp Casey and several other places a lot of the time. I also had to do stays at K-16. What does being the commanders driver really mean? Okay you set on your butt .. but it doesnt mean behind a desk. Thank you!



Keywords: Cpt Hill.
CSM Teddy Bear Wilson
Lt Holcom





Entry: 89519
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE

MANUEL HERNANDEZ wrote on August 16, 2014


City and State: PICO RIVERA CA

Unit: 7TH INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: All you korean vets don't give up your fight for agent orange. I started mine in 2001 and in 2007 my case went to the Board of Veterans Appeals and on August 11, 2014 I was granted Type II diabetes as service connected. It only took 13 years, but the good thing is that I finally got approved.

So fight on it can happen!


Keywords:


Entry: 89505
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE

CLYDE MCCARTY wrote on August 13, 2014


City and State: PEORIA AZ

Unit: 3RD BATTALION 81ST ARTILLERY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Stationed at Camp Colbern January 1969 to March 1970. I have prostate cancer and had surgery in 2007 but will be under treatment for some time. No family history of prostate cancer. I have read a few postings in the Korean Project bulletin which suggest that AO was sprayed at Camp Colbern due to it being a missile site. Does anyone have knowledge to this or where I may obtain information to hopefully satisfy the VA that Camp Colbern was sprayed. I filed for compensation November 2013 but was denied June 2014 because 3rd Bn 81st Arty was not one recognized as being exposed to Agent Orange in Korea.

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Entry: 89297
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
MICHAEL BURNSIDE

MIKE BURNSIDE wrote on July 9, 2014


City and State: OMAHA NE

Unit: 2 DIV

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Iam not shure how it works my father was in army dmz between 70-71 he has recently
passed away and i think it was. Agent orange but he was denied for years if any one
remembers who heis or pics of him or has agent. Orange please contact me


Keywords: Looking for friends of mike burnside he was 63 eighth army apo number is96251


Entry: 89281
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
KOREA - AGENT ORANGE

THOMAS LUCKEN wrote on July 7, 2014


City and State: VANDALIA IL

Unit: 4-7 CAV

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Here is one of a few letters I have done on A.O. in Korea:                                 

Subject: Dioxin (Agent Orange) Long Term Residual Effects Korean DMZ


   Four months ago, I found out that I have Adult Diabetes Type 2, which is one of the many side effects of Dioxin exposure. I already knew many veterans who have served in Vietnam and Korea suffer from not just this side effect but many others. I have discussed with other veterans who have also served in Korea, in particular those who have also served up on the DMZ north of Freedom Bridge/Imjin-gak (River). Many of these veterans also suffer not only from Diabetes, but many of the other side effects of Dioxin exposure.

   Agent Orange was used in Korea from approximately 1968 to 1971. Those that served in Korea at that time are the only ones who are acknowledged to have had exposure to Dioxin. It does not cover those that were exposed afterward, where it resides in the dirt for many years to come. From 1971 to 1991 we still had Troops running patrols, manning Guard Posts, and Observation Posts in the American Sector (11 Mile Stretch) after the use of AO.

   Our final troops exited Vietnam by 1975 and they are covered in the Zone for Agent Orange. But, in Vietnam we did not naturally get a chance to see the effects of Dioxin exposure in the ground to those Veterans. In Korea, many of us believe we were exposed to it through the 70s and 80s due to aliments we now suffer from.

   The US Government/VA needs to look at supporting and caring for these Veterans who are suffering from the side effects caused by exposure to Agent Orange. The Government needs to determine and accept that Dioxins remained in the area/ground well after its use and not just during. We exposed these Troops to an unsafe environment and now they suffer from it in sickness/illnesses, and in some cases death. I believe you will find in most cases, it has taken several years for the illnesses to appear, quite similar to those who were exposed to Agent Orange when it was used in Vietnam. Also, many Korean DMZ veterans do not know that A.O. was even used there.

   From 1972 to 1991, approximately 50,000 troops have served in the American Sector of the DMZ, and that is a conservative number! For the VA to see an issue/trend here is very limited due to relatively small number of veterans who have served there. With DMZ veterans spread in 50 states, territories, working, living, and retired overseas, and in some cases have passed on, it is hard to see that there is a trend/issue especially if veterans don't know they were exposed....   The VA and the Federal Government has not taken any measures to notify these veterans either. Hide the information, nobody knows.

   My son John H. Lucken suffers from Spinal Bifida, a birth defect from those who were exposed to Agent Orange and it's Dioxins. A birth defect that is define by the VA. As of a recent C-Scan on John, he is found to have 2 ½ kidneys also! This C-Scan is on record with the Pana, IL Hospital.

   John was born on July 17, 1989 at 121st Evac Hospital, Yongsan, Korea. John's mother is Korean from the north part of the ROK. Her name is Mun, Yong-Cha!
   
   John's spinal bifida is on record with the VA besides dealing with PTSD from Afghanistan 2009. Would I know that my service would come back to haunt him even more, then me!
   
   My info is: 831 W Jefferson, Vandalia, IL 62471; phone: 618-204-8391; email: lucken13@nwcable.net.
      
                     Thomas J. Lucken
                     
                     

   


Keywords: DMZ, Korea, Agent Orange, Dioxins


Entry: 89066
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
INFORMATION NEEDED

TRAVIS LEEDS wrote on May 31, 2014


City and State:

Unit: 61ST SIGNAL DETACHMENT / AADCP 2

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My father served in Korea from 1967 - 1968. He was stationed at Inchon. A few years ago he was diagnosed with lung cancer. Fortunately, he was able to beat it. Unfortunately, the cancer is back. It has spread to his lymph nodes. We are not sure at the moment of the stage or his prognosis. I have started researching his chances of exposure to A/O. I am finding some info for those that were at the DMZ or in the area? Is his location (16 miles from the DMZ), part of the area? Any and all information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Entry: 88917
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
KOREAN AGENT ORANGE

HAROLD ANDERSON wrote on May 19, 2014


City and State: HAMPTON VA

Unit: 314 AIR DIVISION, OSAN AB, KOREA

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: I was stationed at Osan AB, Korea from March 1970 to April 1971. We entered the country at Kimpo AB, Korea, processed in and bused to Osan AB. During my tour at Osan, I traveled to Kimpo AB on numerous occasions. Kimpo AB is about 10 to 12 miles from the DMZ. I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in January 2014. In the process of filing my claim with the VA.

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Entry: 88897
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AO AND DIOXINS

DENNIS MCHENNEY wrote on May 15, 2014


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Will you sign this petition? Click below to review comments and then decide:

If an effected vet make sure you add your statement in comment area too!

http://signon.org/sign/equality-wrt-vet-dioxin

SIGN, Pass along to others too (family, friends and your email list), post link to group pages like FB every few days, and [SHARE] and re[SHARE] with everyone!

http://makeagentorangehistory.org/agent-orange-resources/background/health-effects-of-agent-orange-dioxin/




Keywords: 38th ADA, herbicides, dioxin, camp hill, CRC


Entry: 88894
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
HEALTH ISSUE S FOR ME AND MY DAUGHTER

CHARLES VONCANNON wrote on May 14, 2014


City and State: RICHMOND TX

Unit: 8TH US ARMY 38TH BRIGADE 44TH ARTILLERY 6TH BN A B

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I am Charles W. VonCannon and during my service enlistment I served in Korea from April 1968 thru end of May 1969 in a HAWK missile battery near the DMZ. When I returned home honorably discharged my wife and I began to build a family. Our first child was a girl, Charlotte, and around the age of 14 she developed a cancer. It was a very rare cancer never before seen in a child that old. She eventually died of the cancer. I have maintained contact with two other vets who served in the missile battery with me. Both of those vets first born have serious and traumatic health issues from birth. I believe exposure to toxic chemicals in South Korea is the reason for this. Moving forward in time about two years back I applied for my VA healthcare benefits and was denied because apparently I am too financially secure according to the VA. Sure as hell wish I had been to financially secure to have gone to South Korea. I wish my daughter had been too financially secure to have gotten the cancer she had and died from. I wish I had been too financially secure to have been exposed to agent orange and who knows what other toxics were used. Look how long it took the US Army to own up to using toxic chemicals like agent orange. Good luck to all in your efforts to obtain what you honorably earned. As for me the VA can go to hell and kiss my ass on the way there.

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Entry: 88874
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER

RICHARD BAKER wrote on May 11, 2014


City and State: SALISBURY MD

Unit: A BATTERY 6TH BATTALION 44TH ARTILLERY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Looking for anyone associated with this air defense artillery unit (Hawk) from 1967 thru 1969. Myself and Charles Von Cannon were missile techs on this site. Roger Robinson and Troy Teal were radar tech. My daughter was born with a muscle and joint disability. Arthrogryposis/mutiple congentita/amina pla.

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Entry: 88802
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
HERBICIDES AT THE DMZ

BRUCE STORACE wrote on April 26, 2014


City and State: WARREN MI

Unit: 354TH SECURITY POLICE SQ. KUNSAN AB

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Found this tid-bit on the site started by Lt Ken in the documents section
From the Operational Report- Lessons Learned HQ USAAG Korea period ending 30 April 1970
RCS CSFOR

(6) Vlgetation Control. In letter, FACM-O 370, subject the
Vegetation Control Program, CY 70, dated 4 April 1970, to KUSA the
Commanding General, FROKA, recommended continuation of previous year.-:
application programs of herbicides along the DMZ Security Systen Fence
and requested action be taken to secure materials for such a pogram
in 1970. KUSA is currently surveying Vietnam for available excess herbi
cides.


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Entry: 88758
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE

ROCKY CHIOFAR wrote on April 20, 2014


City and State: OVIEDO FL

Unit: B COMPANY 76TH ENGR. BN

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Hello all,
Looking for anyone stationed at Camp Bravo,better known as tent city from 1969-1971. I have some serious health problems that the VA said are related to AO. But I need help proving that we paved roads in the DMZ. I have pictures of crossing the river but that is not good enough.If anyone remembers those days please drop me a line. rocky227@outlook.com


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Entry: 88727
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
NEW RULING ON VETS EXPOSED TO CHEMICALS AND OTHER TOXINS WHILE STATIONED IN KOREA

CHARLES POWELL wrote on April 14, 2014


City and State:

Unit: 46TH TRANSPORTATION COMPANY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Good afternoon,

This message is to all my veteran brothers and sisters that have spent time anywhere in the Republic of South Korea in the last 45 years. I have attached to this message a link to a recent article that was published last week concerning veterans being exposed to Agent Orange and other dangerous toxins while stationed at Camp Carroll Korea or the DMZ. I'm sure this could be important information to all men and women who have step foot anywhere in Korea for that matter. Please read it and forward it to all of your buddies so they can get the word out. Just so you know, I am the Charles Powell that is mentioned in the article. I currently have Stage 4 cancer and several other health problems that I believe are connected or caused by my time spent at Camp Carroll and Korea in general. I hope the information in this article can help anyone who is a veteran of Korea and who are having health issues and can't understand why.

God bless all of you and thank you for your service.

Sincerely,
Charles Powell

http://www.ibtimes.com/judges-surprise-ruling-veterans-exposure-toxic-chemicals-us-military-base-called-turning-1569225


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Entry: 88599
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE ROK DMZ

MARK KELLEY wrote on March 23, 2014


City and State: LITTLE ROCK AR

Unit: 1ST SIG BGE, 284TH ATC BN(PROV), CO A, WARRIOR CON

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Warrior Control Base - Radar FCC,7/77-7/78. HT 496(?) PapyYongsan Mtn. Near CP Irwin / Pob Won-Ni, ADA Hawk Missle Battery HQ. Forward base camp / mess served by local ground source water well. Am 62, have developed parkinsons type movement / neurological disorder. Have not filed with VA as of this posting on 3/23/14.

Keywords: DMZ - Air Buffer Zone, Imjin River, Warrior Control, 1st SIG BGE, 284th ATC BN, Co A, Warrior Control. ISG Silcose, SFC Mansfield site CDR, Bruce Neidereiter, Brad Uhl, Mark Habecker, Marty, Scott McClaggan, Chris, 1977 Army ATC Facility of the Year


Entry: 88596
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
HIGH BLOOD SUGAR TYPE 2 DIABETES

BEN JOHNSON JR. wrote on March 23, 2014


City and State: OLMSTED TOWNSHIP OH

Unit: C BATTERY 4TH BN (HERC)44 ARTILLERY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was stationed at a radar installation on the.west coast of South Korea, They sprayed the perimeter fence with herbicides to maintain our line of site around the fence line . I have had trouble breathing and have developed diabetes . Does any one know what kind of chemicals were used ? Could Agent Orange had been carried on the winds of loft , our compound was just across the Yellow sea from the DMZ. There had to be chemicals all over Korea,not just the DMZ. They used something to kill all the bugs and foliage .

Keywords:


Entry: 88585
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AO CLAIM DENIED/CAMP CASEY

BOBBY DYKENS wrote on March 20, 2014


City and State: MORAVIA NY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: AO CLAIM DENIED. DO NOT KNOW HOW TO PROVE I DROVE TO DMZ,CAMP CASEY GETS SOME VETS APPROVED AND OTHERS DENIED ICAN NOT UNDERSTAND IT. I DON/T KNOW WHAT TO DO NOW' PLEASE IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME PLEASE LET ME KNOW; LUNG CANCER-DENIED BRAIN TUMOR--DENIED--EMPHYSEMA DENIED. BOY HOW I WISH I COULD DENY HAVING THEM GOD BLESS

Keywords: BOBBY D. DOG NAMED 2 TON , SHAKY FRIEGHT LINE 2nd B ATT.Co B 4th platoon 2 iNF.



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