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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 .

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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.


Entry: 88554
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
US GOVERNMENT ADMITS IT

ERIC ROHNER wrote on March 16, 2014


City and State:

Unit: 1/17TH

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: The Senate bill found at http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/BILLS-109s2914is/pdf/BILLS-109s2914is.pdf, states agent orange will be hazardous for 100 beyond 1969, and troops in the DMZ will be affected.

Read it and weep VA, your government has spoken. If you toured the DMZ, you will feel the ill affects of Agent Orange.

Keep up the fight for what is right.


Keywords: Agent Orange, DMZ


Entry: 88515
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AO IN KOREA USAF

BRUCE STORACE wrote on March 10, 2014


City and State: WARREN MI

Unit: 354TH SECURITY POLICE SQ. KUNSAN AB

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: After reading through all the posts by guys that were Air Force someone should understand that Agent Orange, Blue and others were used on USAF bases and radar sites from the DMZ south. I have gotten reports that it was STORED AND USED at Kunsan. It was later picked up by unidentified civilians in either a C-123 or C-130 and taken to places unknown in late 68 or early 69. Because the USAF didn't have the range facilities they sent the Air Police to the DMZ for crewed weapons training. The first day at the ranges we were told that the actual no mans land was just the other side of the hills we drove past after we crossed the river. Of course this part of the training was left out of the TDY orders and our training records. If anyone remembers USAF personnel on their base in the transient quarters and mess hall please contact me so I can get at least one or more Buddy Letters for my claim. The base was north of the Evac hospital and about 2 klicks south of the river, it may have been near the Icicle and Bullsye #2 ranges. Thanks

Keywords: All personnel were challenged after dark from towers with 60's.


Entry: 88505
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE CLAIM AWARDED

MICHAEL RODRIGUE wrote on March 10, 2014


City and State: SAN ANTONIO TX

Unit: A COMPANY 1/32 INF 7TH DIVISION

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was awarded 20% diabetes type 2/ 20% , Ischemic Heart disease 60%, Bilateral Peripheral Vascular Disease right 60% left 60% on agent orange presumption or secondary to diabetes. Served on DMZ 1969/70 . I was denied first time appealed. Claim filed in 2009 , awarded Sept of 2011. Now total 100%. All i can say is hang in there fight the fight. Get a good service rep.

Michael P Rodriguez SGT


Keywords: GP Graves, Hendricks


Entry: 88253
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
DMZ BRO'S

CURTIS CARTER wrote on February 1, 2014


City and State: TACOMA WA

Unit: B TROOP 2/10TH CAV

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Denied, 31 Jan 2014. Presumptive unit, presumptive time presumptive all. denied to no records of 1969. What I thought was a solid case, buddy statements, spouse statements my claim, medical evidence to support my claim all denied. I cannot imagine what the rest of you Bro's are going through. I had everything they requested , many more supporting documents, denied due to medical records from nine teen 69. Many sick calls, two major surgeries 43rd Surgical MASH, none there. Where did they go? I will not go away, I will appeal, appeal,and appeal, again until I die. Boots on the ground NAM approved, DMZ vets, good luck.

Keywords: B Troop 2/10th Cav, Ready and Forward, Camp Kaiser Korea, 69/70


Entry: 88240
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
COLOR PHOTOS OF ALL FOUR 2/71 ADA HAWK MISSILE TAC SITES

RANDY BELL wrote on January 31, 2014


City and State: SILVER SPRINGS FL

Unit: DSD 2/71 ADA

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I am trying to find where I can get color photos of all four Hawk Missile tac sites for 2/71 ADA. I am trying to put a claim together for possible exposure to AO. I was stationed at DSD 2/71 (Camp Tobongsan) from 1978-1980. We responded to all 4 tac sites as we were on call for maintenance and repair of Diesel Generators and Air Conditioners. I suffer from severe coronary artery disease ( I have had two different open heart surgeries for a total of 5 by-pass grafts and six stents placed),chronic ischemia, insulin dependent type 2 diabetes,a rash that won't go away,and hearing loss in both ears. I am currently working with the service officer at the American Legion to organize and submitt this claim. If you Know where I can get these Photos please e-mail me. Thanks and God Bless!


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Entry: 88198
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
INFORMATION CAMP HOVEY DMZ 1970/1971

PHILIP LOVATO SR. wrote on January 26, 2014


City and State: CLAYTON NM

Unit: HHC 3/32ND 7TH INF DIV

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Looking for information about agent orgent on the DMZ


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Entry: 88158
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
EQUALITY WITH RESPECT TO VETERAN DIOXIN EXPOSURE PRESUMPTION FOR ALL VETERANS

DENNIS MCHENNEY wrote on January 21, 2014


City and State:

Unit: D 2/71ST 38TH ADA HAWK

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Please [SHARE] this with everyone you know and in your circles:

Equality with respect to Veteran dioxin exposure presumption for all Veterans. Many are seniors, some are offspring and spouses, and too many have already died or will die younger than they should! Finish the wars we have at home with the DVA! The DVA needs to live up to its published mission statement.

Dioxins are from Agent Orange / Rainbow - Tactical Herbicides, some PCB's and insecticides. They were used to defoliate / defend perimeter fence lines around bases and TAC sites, prevent fires, hydraulic fluids, electrical equipment, cleaning fluids and to control insects / pests. Currently many vets are not getting these benefits as many exposed units are not listed for many locations, many countries; poor, destroyed, classified and lost records (per DOD). Also found in soil and well water at many U.S. bases. Dioxin is one cause of many medical conditions. The DVA acts like the DOD said all other units not exposed. In many locations and time frames the DVA assumes that units were not exposed or that the vet served there, when the DOD only fails to find the data that confirms exposure or that service occurred, a low priority for the DOD and due poor, lost, classified and missing decades old records.

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

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

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] with everyone!

http://benefits.va.gov/BENEFITS/factsheets/serviceconnected/presumption.pdf
= current VA Presumption.pdf and some presumed medical conditions

http://www.veteranprograms.com/id1071.html <<<< Agent Orange Presumptive Disabilities


http://www.vva.org/Guides/AgentOrangeGuide.pdf <<< Very good guide

I am hoping that someone in DC realizes that if this is done they would not have to admit to any specific US or other location being contaminated and also not release any classified data, while still enabling vets their decades overdue and just benefits. They should only then need to prove they are a vet, spouse or offspring and have a recognized medical condition(s) during the decades contamination occurred. Remember that most vets were at several locations between Basic, AIT to discharge time. Overseas duty also meant going through a couple locations and being on some form of military travel that may have been contaminated somewhere.

I was in D 2/71st 38th ADA HAWK 1971 on defoliated Tac2 Site 34 (about 11 mi from DMZ)(I saw being sprayed) and was denied, DVA used my Camp Red Cloud APO as being too far at 20 mi. for NEAR the DMZ. In two other appeals the DOD and VA conceded Camp Red Cloud NEAR the DMZ and area was sprayed?

http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml contact your elected officials too WITH HEADS UP!
House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations at 202-225-3569 or Mr. Eric Hannel, Subcommittee Staff Director, at eric.hannel@mail.house.gov
To Report Suspected Wrongdoing in VA Programs and Operations: Telephone: 1-800-488-8244 vaoighotline@va.gov
(Hotline Information: http://www.va.gov/oig/contacts/hotline.asp)
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http://signon.org/sign/equality-wrt-vet-dioxin

mchenney@att.net




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Entry: 88066
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
CAMP SANTA BARBARA C 2/76 ARTY

RICK MARTIN wrote on January 7, 2014


City and State: SALINAS CA

Unit: C BTRY 2ND BN / 76TH ARTY, I CORP

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Looking for Lt. Spell at Camp Santa Barbara C Btry. 2nd BN / 76th Arty, I Corp, Korea 1967 thru 1968. Richard Martin, Cell: 831 262-4716, Hm: 831 663-6738

Keywords: Camp Santa Barbara C 2/76 Arty, Looking for Lt. Spell


Entry: 88065
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
CAMP SANTA BARBARA C 2/76 ARTY

RICK MARTIN wrote on January 7, 2014


City and State: SALINAS CA

Unit: C BTRY 2ND BN / 76TH ARTY, I CORP

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Looking for Lt. Spell at Camp Santa Barbara C Btry. 2nd BN / 76th Arty, I Corp, Korea 1967 thru 1968. Richard Martin, Cell: 831 262-4716, Hm: 831 663-6738

Keywords: Camp Santa Barbara, C 2/76 Arty, Looking for Lt. Spell


Entry: 88064
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
CAMP SANTA BARBARA C 2/76 ARTY

RICK MARTIN wrote on January 7, 2014


City and State: SALINAS CA

Unit: C BTRY 2ND BN / 76TH ARTY, I CORP

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Looking for Lt. Spell at Camp Santa Barbara C Btry. 2nd BN / 76th Arty, I Corp, Korea 1967 thru 1968. Richard Martin, Cell: 831 262-4716, Hm: 831 663-6738

Keywords: Camp Santa Barbara, C 2/76 Arty, Looking for Lt. Spell


Entry: 88055
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
RICHARD MONTGOMERY 5TH DIVISON MARINE QUANTICO VIRGINIA

CONNIE MONTGOMERY wrote on January 5, 2014


City and State: CLOVIS CA

Unit: 5TH DIVISION MARINE CORP OUT OF QUANTICO VIRGINIA

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My husband is looking for any one else in the 5th marine division that was sent to Korean in the 1952-54/ / He was sprayed and now has health problems Va is so slow to remember.He was behind enemy lines and only a few came back He was also shot /Seems there are no records of his secret mission. Out of Quantico Virginia for his training.

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Entry: 88049
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE, CAMP SANTA BARBARA & CAMP CASEY

RICHARD (RICK) MARTIN wrote on January 5, 2014


City and State: SALINAS CA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Need help with claim to VA Exposure to Agent Orange. Has any one won there VA claim for agent orange, Units 2nd BN / 76th Arty I Corps Camp Santa Barbara & 6th BN / 80th Arty 7th Inf. Camp Knox. Time frame does not matter.....................Thanks, Rick

Rick Martin, Cell 2624716


Keywords: Agent Orange Camp Santa Barbara, Camp Knox


Entry: 87748
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
BARRETT'S AND AO

ERIC ROHNER wrote on November 18, 2013


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Since we and everybody else was lied to I never connected my Barrett's esophagus diagnoses with AO, until I started opening my own eyes.

Read this:http://www.va.gov/vetapp04/files2/0413922.txt

I was on the Z in 84, a month of that on GP Ouellette. I can verify for anyone up there in June of 84 the entire GP had fallen ill.

Buffalo


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Entry: 87589
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AO CAMP CASEY 1971

ROBERT (BOBBY) DYKENS wrote on November 7, 2013


City and State: MORAVIA NY

Unit: 2ND S&TRN COB 4 TH BATT.2ND ID

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I HAVE STAGE 4 LUNG CANCER THAT HAS SPREAD TO BRAIN.IHAVE COMP
CLAIM WITH VA.GOING ON.INEED ANY HELP ICAN GET TO HELP ME TO
SHOW THAT AO WAS AT CAMP CASEY.I DROVE TRUCKS TO MOVE CAMPS AND
TO BRING SUPPLIES TO CAMPS ON OR NEAR DMZ.IDO NOT KNOW HOW TO
PROVE IT.PLEASE HELP ME IF YOU CAN. GOD BLESS ALL VETS.
THANK YOU.


Keywords: BDOBBY. D. BIG D. CAMP CASEY 1971


Entry: 87558
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
7-2 HAWK SITE OFFICER WINS APPEAL

ROY BOYD wrote on November 5, 2013


City and State: KNOXVILLE TN

Unit: 7TH BAT 2ND ARTY 38TH ARTY BRIGADE HAWK

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Citation Nr: 1325432   
Decision Date: 08/12/13

BVA Board approved an appeal for a Fire and control officer
at 7th Battalion 2nd Arty C Battery even thou his unit was not
on the presumptive list for Agent Orange because there are no
records for Hawk bases available and military history says the
sites were set up near the DMZ.


Keywords: 7th Battalion 2nd Arty 38th Artillery (Hawk) Agent Orange


Entry: 87496
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
CAMP CASEY AND CAMP STANLEY 70-71

ROBERT DENNIS wrote on October 27, 2013


City and State: HOCKLEY TX

Unit: E CO 707TH MT BN AND 239TH AVN CO

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was a Crew Chief in E Co.707th Maint BN foo October 1970 to April 1971. I have copies of orders and some photo's. Last part of April 1971 I was transferred to the 239th AVN Co. (AIR ASSAULT) at Camp Stanley until November 1971.

I am having medical problems now. I have an AO check on the 27th of November 2013 at the VA in Houston, TX.


Keywords: AO,Camp Casey, Camp Stanley


Entry: 87344
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
WHO SERVED IN CHEMICAL CORP US ARMY 1969-1970 WITH JEROME P EGAN 1ST LT

JEROME EGAN wrote on October 4, 2013


City and State: CRANSTON RI

Unit: CHEMICAL CORPS US ARMY 7THINFANTRY DIVISION

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: My husband Jerome P Egan Jerry Egan died from Non Hodgkins Lymphoma 9-
12-2012. Severe foo including Leptomeningeal. Received Agent Orange
Review that non Hodgkins is a presumed illness from agent orange exposure. he
was a Chemical Officer in US Army in Korea June 1969- July 1970. It was a top
secret job so I don't know details but I know he planned and participated in
demonstrations . I have filed a claim and they are asking me details about his
service. I do not know and he is not here to give the details. Can anyone give ,me
help with this . He suffered a very painful illness and death. I am concerned they
will deny this claim as they are asking me questions that I cannot answer and I
think they already know the answer that he was exposed in his daily job close to
or on the DMZ


Keywords: Chemical corps red eye demonstrations 1969-1970. Served under Major
Spence, Lt Col Vincent Yusas, 1st lt .Chuck ?hawthorne, Jeff Weaver 7th Infantry
Division are some names I remember



Entry: 87320
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE KOREA

DAVID PYKIET wrote on September 30, 2013


City and State: OMAHA NE

Unit: USAF

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Looking for someone that was in communications on Kimpo
Airbase from February 1968 to July 1968.I have been fighting
with the Vets for over seven years about the use of agent
orange and gotten no where.Took care of three Army Bases for
their communications but Vets will not believe me about that so
looking for some proof, or about the use of agent orange on
Kimpo,Osan and Suwon I was on all three bases.I have Diabetes
Type 2 and Prostate cancer which is now Bone cancer and not
curable just keep it under control.Looking for any help with
this.Thanks


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Entry: 87317
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
TURNED DOWN - AGAIN

LINDA CHRISTMAN wrote on September 30, 2013


City and State:

Unit: 43RD DETACHMENT MAINTENANCE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: I have been turned down consistently from 2008 to today. I had
an advocate, but I do not understand a lot and I'm not getting
a lot of help. My husband passed 6 years ago today from prostate
cancer. He was in the Army from 1966 - 1973. Today he was
denied because The veteran served as a Machinist during the
period February 8, 1969 - March 7, 1970 as part of the 43rd
Detachment Maintenance Company. The Veteran's unit is not on the
list of units recognized by the Service Department as having
exposure to herbicides and you service in Korea is not within the
presumptive period, .....

I do not even know what the 43rd Detachment Maintenance Company
was and where they were located specifically. Does the service
have specific records as to whether he stayed only at that
location and never went anywhere else in the area to fix
something? Why do they say he was not within the presumptive
period (1968 - 1971)when his records show he was there 1969 - 1970?

I would really appreciate if anyone could explain just those
couple of things for me. I had a stroke in February and I'm not
as good as I used to be on finding information.

Thank you and God Bless.


Keywords: Denied, 43rd Detachment


Entry: 87268
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE IN S. KOREA

BILL LAMBERT wrote on September 24, 2013


City and State: LANCASTER SC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Served there 02-21-69 thru 01-05-1970

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Entry: 87191
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
503RD M.P. DETACHMENT INCHON. KOREA

TOM MCCREE wrote on September 11, 2013


City and State: SCOTTSDALE AZ

Unit: 503RDM.P. DETACHMENT/ 7TH C.I.D.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Hello looking for anyone stationed at the 503rd M.P. Detachemnt in
Inchon, Korea 68/69. I have type 2 Diabetes, and Pher. Neuropathy
and am getting no where on my claim. They say I need buddy letters
to substantiate my claim. If you or a family member were there
please contact me. I am also attempting to locate Capt. Jackson who
was the Provost Marshall during that time.


Keywords: My nickname was Mac.


Entry: 87134
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
ARMY MAP SHOWING 2ND DIV. DMZ UNITS

AL DAWE wrote on September 1, 2013


City and State: EARLVILLE NY

Unit: 702ND MAINT. BN, COMPANY A

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I found a map from 1964 showing all the 2nd Div. camps near the DMZ
with all the units based at those camps listed on the map. I used
it in my own successful claim for Agent Orange exposure. I included
it on my own web site at http://www.getaboutal.com/VA_Tips_pg2.html
along with the VA foos needed to make a claim. I hope it can be of
service.



Keywords: Agent Orange, Korea, DMZ, maps, camps VA, Claims


Entry: 86990
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE

IRA GOTHELF wrote on August 13, 2013


City and State: MARGATE FL

Unit: 2ND MED BTN.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Any help from all you vets that were sprayed with agent o. Also any of my
buddies that were there 4/67 to 8/68. Help help


Keywords: Stationed at 2nd med for a year and then som. Looking for a friend Terrance
Whittmore.



Entry: 86967
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
EQUALITY WITH RESPECT TO VETERAN DIOXIN EXPOSURE PRESUMPTION FOR ALL VETERANS

DENNIS MCHENNEY wrote on August 10, 2013


City and State: IN

Unit: 38TH ADA

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

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

Equality with respect to Veteran dioxin exposure presumption for
all Veterans. Most are seniors, some are offspring,
too many have already died or will die young!

Dioxins are from Agent Orange / Rainbow - Tactical Herbicides and
insecticides. Currently many vets are not getting this as many
exposed units are not listed
for many locations, destroyed, classified and lost records.

We the undersigned petition the US Senate, US Congress and the
President of the United States to enact legislation that makes
ALL veterans have equal presumption
of exposure to Dioxins while in the service of the United States
at any location or unit. We feel that ALL veterans MUST be
treated equally with respect to Dioxin
exposure by the US government and Department of Veterans Affairs.

NOTE: Veterans, offspring must also still prove they have a
recognized condition, which may be caused by Agent Orange /
tactical herbicides / Dioxin exposure,
during or after service to get DVA benefits.

... Any one 18 can sign.

If an effected vet make sure you add your statement in comment
area too!
Will you sign this petition? Click below to review:

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

Pass along to others, post to veteran sites and the link in
Facebook and other groups you belong to!

Forward to your DC representatives from your state too!


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Entry: 86959
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE PETITION

DAVID (ANDY) ANDERSON wrote on August 10, 2013


City and State:

Unit: 51ST SIGNAL BN. 70-71

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Here is a shortened link to the petition. I got several emails
stating that the link I posted was too hard for some to navigate.
If we do not stand together like the Nam Vets did we will never
get our claims approved. Please sign this very important petition.

Andy

Shortened Link

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


Keywords: Agent Orange, Korea


Entry: 86920
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
IS CAMP STANLEY NEAR DMZ

BARBARA JOHNSON wrote on August 5, 2013


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: va denying he was not near agent orange he was in korea 1966 to

aug 1967 I don't know if it is near DMZ LINE..HE WAS AT CAMP

STANLEY...HE WORKED ON THE HELICOPTERS.........HE USED TO SAY

THEY HAD A BAD ODOR.....NOW HE IS GONE AND THEY WANT PROOF....IF

ANYONE CAN TELL ME OR IF YOU WERE STATIONED CAMP STANLEY US ARMY

APRIL 1966 TO AUG 1967 I WOULD APPRECIATE IT



THANKS



BARBARA JOHNSON..............I HAVE HAD 6 CLAIMS AND THEY KEEP

DENYING HE WAS SO SICK FOR MANY YEARS NON HODGKINS LYMPHOMA.


Keywords: claim for agent orange for my husband passed 1999


Entry: 86674
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
1975 - 1976 2ND MP CO/3RD PLATOON CAMP STANLEY/CAMP CASEY, KOREA

DARRELL ROBERTSON wrote on July 9, 2013


City and State: LA FERIA TX

Unit: 1975 - 1976 2ND MP CO/3RD PLATOON CAMP STANLEY/CAM

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Anyone that served with me at Camp Stanley, Korea what was a
Part of the 2nd MP Co, 3rd Platoon please contact me. I need a
witness statment about my injuries and situation surrounding
evacuation to Seoul 121, by chopper. The VA cannot locate my
medical records and I need your help again just by a witness
statment.


Keywords: 9 Fingers


Entry: 86667
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
HOW TO PROVE SERVICE IN DMZ FOR KMAG

ROBERT HEMPHILL wrote on July 8, 2013


City and State: TEMPLE TX

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I am writting this for my father who has a claim with the VA he
was with KMAG in 1968-69 col Alexander, the VA states they
don't have him in the DMZ just Seoul how can I help him get the
required proof for the Va he has two of the presumptives
ischemic herat disease and Diabetes he just had a stroke in
January I just need to know where I can find the documentation
the VA needs his dd214 have him there but they want more any
help suggestions or guidance would be very helpfull because my
father is not really able to provide me any additional
information due to his condition


Keywords: KMAG 1968 Seoul HDQ


Entry: 86604
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE

JAMES STRASZHEIM wrote on June 30, 2013


City and State: EATON OH

Unit: 354TH/ 121ST TFG COLUMBUS OHIO (ANG)

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: I was stationed in Kunsan from 68-69. Does anyone know what
was sprayed at Kunsan for insects and weed control?


Keywords: 121st, 166th, ANG, 68-69


Entry: 86602
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
2ND ENG ( COMBAT ) BN ,2ND INF DIV AGENT ORANGE

LARRY SIGMON wrote on June 29, 2013


City and State: SAINT JOHNS MI

Unit: B CO.2ND ( COMBAT ) ENG BN ,2ND INF DIV

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: My company B.Co 2nd Eng ( Combat ) Bn 2nd Inf Div served on and
along the DMZ starting in April of 1967 being involved in several
assignments including : erecting of 2 Guard Towers, the Erecting
of barrier fencing to run along the south line, clearing of
Mine's along the DMZ. i recall one tower we helped raise was
known a OP DORT or DART? While serving North of the Imjin River
and on the South Tape we were ambushed on 2 different days.we had
grenades hurled in on us followed by small automatic weapons
fire.1 member of my Platoon ( 1st Platoon ) lost his foot after
stepping on a Mine. I can't understand WHY the ( 2nd ENG ( COMBAT
) BN 2nd Inf Div IS NOT LISTED among all the units ( DOD ) and ( VA
) have listed as units qualified for Agent Orange ??? i left
Korea Feb 18, 1968 , missing their MAGIC DATE by 6-7 weeks.
I have Type II Diabetes,Prostate Cancer,Colorectal Cancer and
because i'm outside the Magic Date get stonewalled. ALL VET'S
SHOULD GET EQUAL TREATMENT !!


Keywords: Duty along the South Tape of DMZ from April of 1967 into Jan 1868


Entry: 86532
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE IN THE ROK

JOHN (JACK) MORAN JR. wrote on June 16, 2013


City and State: GRAND PRAIRIE TX

Unit: HHB, I CORPS ARTILLERY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: FYI The American Legion magazine carried an article within the
last couple of years about the use of agent orange in the ROK in
1969. It might be useful to see if they have any documentation.


Keywords: Agent Orange


Entry: 86513
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
3/32 7TH ID YEAR BOOK DMZ 1969

RAY PRESNELL wrote on June 13, 2013


City and State:

Unit: A CO 3/32 7TH ID

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I have a copy of a year book for the 3rd BN/ 32nd INF 7th ID..I

served at Camp Casey and then on the DMZ from 2 Jan 69 until 5

May 69..would be glad to send any information that may help

prove service in these areas. The year book was published in

1969 and has many photos and names of those serving at that

time. send me an email if I can help.


Keywords: DMZ,1969,7th id,camp hovey,year book,


Entry: 86509
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE CAMP CARROLL

CHARLES POWELL wrote on June 13, 2013


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Hello my fellow veterans. I am writing this letter that it may

help any of you that where stationed at Camp Carroll or anywhere

in Korea for that matter.







A year ago I found this website and made an entry detailing the
health problems I was having. It was last June. At that time I
was having health problems such as blisters on my feet and hands
and sores that came up on my feet and legs. No doctor I visited
could tell me what it was. The conditions would come and go. A
month ago I was told by the VA doctors that I have colon rectal
cancer after having a colonoscopy. During a CT scan I had
yesterday at the VA hospital in Columbia, SC, they also noticed
spots on my lungs. I am waiting to have a biopsy to see if the 3
spots are cancer. If so the doctor told me that it will be
considered stage 4 cancer. This is the question I had for the
surgeons; There is no history of cancer in my family, I have
never smoke cigarettes. How can I have this cancer along with
all the other health problems I've been experiencing for the
last couple of years? Is the answer to my question to the VA the
fact that I spent a year in Korea at Camp Carroll from June of
1981 until June of 1982 as a 63B with the 46th Transportation
Company. We hauled supplies throughout the country. From Pusan
to the JSA. It is a known fact that Camp Carroll is a depot for
the military in Korea but it is also a proven fact that it is
also a waste dump for the military in Korea and has been for
over 50 years. Agent Orange was stored there years ago and was
also buried there along with 100's of other chemical and toxins.
When I ask the Lead surgeon that the answer from him was Their
could be something to that and we will make a note in you
medical file. I told him that I had been warned against bringing
up the AO connection and that if I did the VA would lose my
records and the next time I came for medical treatment, they
wouldn't have any record of me being in Korea. He told me that's
not the way they do things there. So now I wait for a biopsy to
be done on my lungs and if the cancer I have is Stage 4 and if I
will live to see my 3 year old grand daughter grow up.







My advice to anyone of you that read this or anyone that knows

someone that was stationed at Camp Carroll at anytime in the

last 40 years to have yourself checked out if you can. Don't

wait until that place comes back to haunt you 31 years later

like it may have me.







God bless all my veteran brothers and sisters.







Charles Powell





Keywords: Camp Carroll, Suk Chong Dong 46th Trans Company


Entry: 86501
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
AGENT ORANGE

BILL LAMBERT wrote on June 12, 2013


City and State: LANCASTER SC

Unit: CAMP HOVEY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I have trouble with sores on my arms and legs after I left the army in 1970. Need
help on how to get help from the army.


Keywords: Camp Hovey


Entry: 86358
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
LT KEN LEIGHTY

BRUCE STORACE wrote on May 29, 2013


City and State: WARREN MI

Unit: 354TH SECURITY POLICE

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Just received information that Lt Ken Leighty the webmaster for

the Koreaatourofduty website is in hospice and not doing well.

To those that know LT Ken or received his site updates please

add his name in your prayers.


Keywords: LT Ken Koreaatourofduty website


Entry: 86242
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
EQUALITY WITH RESPECT TO VETERAN DIOXIN EXPOSURE PRESUMPTION FOR ALL VETERANS

DENNIS MCHENNEY wrote on May 19, 2013


City and State: KENDALLVILLE IN

Unit: 38 ADA BRGD

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Equality with respect to Veteran dioxin exposure presumption
for all Veterans

Hi,

Currently only veterans of the Vietnam Conflict are afforded
this in a limited presumption, Boots on GroundĀ legislation, if
they were in the Republic of Vietnam (Served in the Republic of
Vietnam between 1/9/62 and 5/7/75) per the Department of
Veterans Affairs. In fact any current end date for any location
would be invalid as Dioxins stay active for much longer than
the time since the 1962 admitted RVN Agent Orange / Dioxin
start date, current end date is the end date for RVN service,
per the DVA. I was in an exposed unit, one of many and in many
countries, not recognized by the DVA.

That's why I created a petition to The United States House of
Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack
Obama.


We the undersigned petition the US Senate, US Congress and the
President of the United States to enact legislation that makes
ALL veterans have equal presumption of exposure to Dioxins
while in the service of the United States at any location or
unit. We feel that ALL veterans MUST be treated equally with
respect to Dioxin exposure by the US government and Department
of Veterans Affairs.



NOTE: Veterans must also still prove they have a recognized
condition, that maybe caused by Dioxin exposure, during or
after service to get DVA benefits.


Any one 18 can sign.
If effected vet make sure you add your statement in comment
area too!

Pass along to others too!

Thanks!


Keywords: AO, Dioxin, 2/71st


Entry: 86190
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
VA HAS RECOGNIZED CERTAIN CANCERS AND OTHER HEALTH PROBLEMS AS PRESUMPTIVE DISEASES

DAVID (ANDY) ANDERSON wrote on May 14, 2013


City and State:

Unit: 51ST SIGNAL 1970 - 1971

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: AL Amyloidosis
A rare disease caused when an abnormal protein, amyloid,
enters tissues or organs
Chronic B-cell Leukemias
A type of cancer which affects white blood cells
Chloracne (or similar acnefoo disease)
A skin condition that occurs soon after exposure to chemicals
and looks like common foos of acne seen in teenagers. Under VA's
rating regulations, it must be at least 10 percent disabling
within one year of exposure to herbicides.
Diabetes Mellitus Type 2
A disease characterized by high blood sugar levels resulting
from the bodys inability to respond properly to the hormone insulin
Hodgkins Disease
A malignant lymphoma (cancer) characterized by progressive
enlargement of the lymph nodes, liver, and spleen, and by
progressive anemia
Ischemic Heart Disease
A disease characterized by a reduced supply of blood to the
heart, that leads to chest pain
Multiple Myeloma
A cancer of plasma cells, a type of white blood cell in bone
marrow
Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma
A group of cancers that affect the lymph glands and other
lymphatic tissue
Parkinsons Disease
A progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects
muscle movement
Peripheral Neuropathy, Acute and Subacute
A nervous system condition that causes numbness, tingling,
and motor weakness. Currently, it must be at least 10 percent
disabling within one year of herbicide exposure and resolve
within two years. VA proposed on Aug. 10, 2012, to replace acute
and subacute with early-onset and eliminate the requirement
that symptoms resolve within two years.
Porphyria Cutanea Tarda
A disorder characterized by liver dysfunction and by thinning
and blistering of the skin in sun-exposed areas. Under VA's
rating regulations, it must be at least 10 percent disabling
within one year of exposure to herbicides.
Prostate Cancer
Cancer of the prostate; one of the most common cancers among men
Respiratory Cancers (includes lung cancer)
Cancers of the lung, larynx, trachea, and bronchus
Soft Tissue Sarcomas (other than osteosarcoma,
chondrosarcoma, Kaposis sarcoma, or mesothelioma)
A group of different types of cancers in body tissues such as
muscle, fat, blood and lymph vessels, and connective tissues

Children with Birth Defects: VA presumes certain birth defects in
children of Vietnam and Korea Veterans associated with Veterans'
qualifying military service.

Veterans with Lou Gehrig's Disease: VA presumes Lou Gehrig's
Disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS) diagnosed in all
Veterans who had 90 days or more continuous active military
service is related to their service, although ALS is not related
to Agent Orange exposure.



Keywords:


Entry: 86142
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
BE PREPARED TO BE DENIED

DAVID (ANDY) ANDERSON wrote on May 8, 2013


City and State:

Unit: 51ST SIGNAL 1970 - 1971

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: If you were in Korea anytime other than the dates listed in the
VA Final Regulation or in an area not on or near the DMZ be
prepared for your claim to be denied. I am
not saying don't fight it in appeal but the VA goes by the book.



Under the final regulation published today in the
Federal Register, VA will presume herbicide exposure
for any Veteran who served between April 1, 1968, and
Aug. 31, 1971, in a unit determined by VA and the
Department of Defense (DoD) to have operated in an area
in or near the Korean DMZ in which herbicides were
applied.


Keywords: VA Final Regulation


Entry: 86139
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
DMZ 1968-69 AGENT ORANGE SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA KOREA

DAVID B. HANSEN wrote on May 7, 2013


City and State: NORTH POLE AK

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I served on the DMZ from June 1968 to to Jan 1969 We were in a
Bunker facing North. On the left front there were six North
Korean Guns. They were in a cave they would roll them out as to
fire at 0455 every day I was on duty for 4 weeks and 3 off part
of our duties in the summer was to spay Agent Orange to keep the
folage down. My unit was B Btry 4th Bn 76th Arty attached to as
my memory is not god i think it was, 38th inf 2nd ID Blue lancer
Valley they were in fighting postions. We had contact with the
Gook North Koreans at times. I recall we would have rashes and
Blisters on our bodies. When we not around A.O. they would go
away till we had contact again. since that time i have had weak
legs headaches and rashes. in 2005 I started to get major
swelling in my neck. It was Cancer, Squamous cell carcinoma
before that time I had had a low white blood count. they
perfooed surgery at the VA Hosp in Salt and the Huntsman
instatute on my neck throat 30 days radiation I am positive this
was from A.O.


Keywords: wildman south of Pork Chop Hill 2 klicks. DMZ Jim Larry Botts
lt.Hardy Red names of best buddies



Entry: 86118
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
CRONIC HIGH WHITE COUNT

DONNA EASTON wrote on May 4, 2013


City and State: KIMBALL MI

Unit: 546 DISP

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Ihave a cronic high white count, fatigued alot and weak. Had
cancer once. could this have something to do with agent orange I
served in taugu, korea from 1976-1977.


Keywords:


Entry: 86013
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
LOOKING FOR GIS AND YEAR BOOKS FROM C CO.2ND BN 38TH INF 2ND ID BLUE LANCER VALLEY,1966,1967

JAMES DYER wrote on April 19, 2013


City and State: EVART MI

Unit: C CO. 2ND.BN.38TH. INF 2ND.ID IN KOREA

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: James Dyer here,former Communication Sgt. for a while, in C CO.2nd Bn 38th inf 2nd ID,AT Blue Lancer Valley.

Looking for some of those who served there with me ,1966,1967.

Trying to find out if any of you have been having any Agent Orange type of health problems,like me.

I have 76% hearing loss in both ears,and ringing and other noises in my ears all the time,have neurological problems,including violent jerking of my body and arms,with some studering and I STAGGER LIKE A Drunk,have some high blood
pressure,one foot of my Colon removed,poor concentration and memory(that's why while writing this.

I have to stop and keep looking up how to spell simple words)and have had a stroke!

Is there any other blv 2nd Bn 38th inf 2nd ID people out there who are having any of these or other A. O. RELATED HEALTH PROBLEMS? If so let me know.

I AM about to start filing a VA health claim,and any supporting statements from any of you guys
that can be backed up with medical records,coming from another person who was at blv CO. C of our unit,while I was there in 1966 and or in 1967 would sure be of help to me or to any of our
buddies that were there who are thinking of filing a claim,we could all be of help to one another!if any of you are having any of
these problems and are considering filing a claim,lets get in
contact with each other. ALSO I am trying to find any one who has
a 1966 and or 1967 year book of C CO.2nd Bn 38th inf 2nd ID,THAT
THEY WOULD CONSIDER SELLING TO ME AT A REASONABLE PRICE,i ask
that be cause due to my memory problems,I can't remember names of
the people in the unit with me!I AM SORRY about that but it goes
with my condition.MAYBE a better way to help me and any one else
from our unit would be for you to go to the following web site
www.bluelancervalley.org ,AND ask the web master Julio if he will
let you put those year books on to his web site ,where any one
interested in blv,in 1966-1967 could look at those year books, he
already has a number of year book of other companies from blveven
for 1966 but he doesn't have any for CO C,i KNOW HE WOULD LOVE TO
HAVE ONE TO PUT ON HIS GREAT BLV SITE,AND HE WOULD CHARGE YOU
NOTHING AND WOULD MAKE SURE YOU GOT YOUR YEARBOOKS BACK SO YOU
WOULD STILL OWN AND HAVE YOUR YEAR BOOKS WHILE BEING HELPFUL TO A
LOT OF PEOPLE.I hopr none of you guys are having health problems
like me and will continue to do ok,GOD BLESS all of you and the
next time any of you are in your Bible consider JOHN 3:16-18 AND
Eph.2:8-10.Please let me know if you are having A.O. Problems and
if you have those year books i can get from you ,or that you are
going to see about getting them put on the site i mentioned
above,so i and our buddies from blv can see them and those like me
can than recall allof your names and maybe be able to find out
your address and write to you once in a while,or MAYBE YOU CAN
GET THE WEB MASTER OF THIS SITE TO ALLOW YOU TO PUT THE YEAR
BOOKS ON THIS SITE YOUR ON RIGHT NOW.I still remember those
nights on the Imjin river and those cold winters and hot dusty
summers of our days in Korea,BY THE WAY DID ANY OF YOU EVER GET
THE CERTIFICATE AND Imjin scout patch we were supose to get after
a given number of nights on the Imjin,I never got them and Iam
sure many of us spent enought nights on the river watching for
sneeky North Koreans.I guese we don't always get what we should
have gotten.AS YOU CAN SEE I GOT TIRED OF LOOKING UP HOW TO SPELL
ALL THOSE SIMPLE WORDS MY MEMORY WON'T ALLOW ME TO REMEMBER HOW
TO SPELL,AND JUST WINGED IT,HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND ,god bless you
and yours and remember to think about and pray for the well being
of our brothers in Korea during this time of trobles with the
north again!


Keywords: Blue Lancer Valley, Scose sweep, Imjin river Liberty bridge to Spoonbill area.


Entry: 86006
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
KOREA DMS 1965-1966

EVELYN SHAW wrote on April 19, 2013


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: If you are willing to write a statment regarding agent orange
in S. Korea 1965-1966 on DMZ, please contact me. My father
sprayed AO in these years and we need to get statments. We will
also provide one for you. Thanks, Evelyn Shaw for Verlin Varney


Keywords:


Entry: 85976
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
DMZ/KOREA CAMP MACKENZIE 1967- 68-TRP A 4TH SUAD 7TY CALVARY 2ND INFANTRY DIVISION

LINDA STUMON wrote on April 15, 2013


City and State: MALVERN AR

Unit: TRP A 4TH SQUAD 7TH CALVARY 2ND INFANTRY ARMY

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My husband has had a stroke in 2010. This February 7th had to have
2/3 of his tongue removed and all the lymph nodes in his neck
removed. He is going through Chem and 7 weeks of radiation.

We would appreciate any information about agent orange in the camp
Mackenzie area. He has Squamous cell carcinoma.

Thank you,

Linda Stumon


Keywords: Proof DMZ Camp Mackenzie


Entry: 85831
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
CAMP PAGE KOREA 1969 1970

MICHAEL HEIDNER wrote on March 29, 2013


City and State: LAUGHLIN NV

Unit: CAMP PAGE

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I was in camp page korea 1969 1970 it was home to a

missile unit, I was in a supply and maintenance

company there, but cant remember its unit name ,I have

diabetes, periphereal neuropathy, and am scheduled for

a va exam this week, does anyone out there know if

camp page personnel qualify for agent orange benefits,

and how long does process take. also does anyone know

the name of the supply maintenance units that were

there.i live in nevadfa my number is 313 690 4808.

greatly appreciate any info or advice, mike


Keywords: david centlivre dennis Hendricks camp page


Entry: 85829
KOREAN DMZ AGENT ORANGE INFORMATION CENTER
508TH ASA SOEUL 66-68

DAN HYSELL wrote on March 29, 2013


City and State: OSCEOLA IN

Unit: 508TH ASA

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I Have several deseases associated with ageant orange.

Although I was not stationed at the DMZ looking for
someone who can say that the 508th had to travel to
DMZ to supply the depots there..Cannot get the Gov,
to except that you did not have to be stationed at
the DMZ to have been there and possible exposed.. I
also remember koreans with tanks on thier backs
spraying around the fences of our compound


Keywords:



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