Linda Nervi
Linda Nervi

My husband is a VietNamvet, all 3 of our girls have medical conditions and concerns because of his exposure.

Bob Corsa
Bob Corsa

This is important to me because of the medical problems experienced by my son.

Larry Taylor
Larry Taylor

I'm a Vietnam Veteran, I have seen many Vets suffering from the affects of Agent Orange. I have also seen the affects it has had on Vietnamese children and their parents. It is something that has not had enough attention.

Mike Carroll
Mike Carroll

viet nam era vetran , suffering from agent orange and other herbide exposure from Thialand and cambodia.

Betty Mekdeci
Betty Mekdeci

Our organization has been working with the families of Vietnam veterans since 1986. What these families need most is medical diagnosis and treatment for their children.

Agent Orange Legacy
Agent Orange Legacy

Please watch the video of my daughter, Dee Reyes, Founder of Agent Orange Legacy..made by Faces of Agent Orange (VVA). In this video my daughter discusses the many needs of the children of Vietnam veterans exposed to Agent Orange: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiQTmPJdMUM&feature=share&list=UUKkcIgEshnPUDwakJEH9kQA.

William Roberson
William Roberson

Chemical Agents used in Vietnam, also known as Agent Orange, has played havoc on many veterans and their offspring yet it took our congress many years before finally conceding this and identifying 'Presumptives' that are directly related to these chemicals.

John Bury, a Naval Vietnam Vet, has had 4 cancers because of this chemical usage during the Vietnam War and he is still here, alive, and putting up the good fight and leading the way for the Congress and the Senate to pass a bill which...

Chemical Agents used in Vietnam, also known as Agent Orange, has played havoc on many veterans and their offspring yet it took our congress many years before finally conceding this and identifying 'Presumptives' that are directly related to these chemicals.

John Bury, a Naval Vietnam Vet, has had 4 cancers because of this chemical usage during the Vietnam War and he is still here, alive, and putting up the good fight and leading the way for the Congress and the Senate to pass a bill which will include those Blue Water Navy Vets in the previous bill that offered relief for the boots on the ground and Brown Water Navy Vets.

John Bury's Video- http://www.confusedveterans.com/cms/images/JohnBuryAgentOrange.mp4 - and short summary of his battles and his fight to increase awareness can be watchedat the link above. It is not very long but I think you will go away with a better understanding of what the Blue Water Navy Vets are up against in seeking relief for having the same medical problems that the others, boots on ground and brown water navy, has been afforded.

Why is this important to me; a Gulf War Veteran? It may be years, just as in the Vietnam Nehmer Case, that the Congress, the DoD, and the Veteran Affairs ever recognizes and provides further studies of the cancer rates and other chronic conditions that the Gulf War Veteran suffers from as opposed to their counterparts that did not take part in the conflict and, subsequently, were not exposed to the chemical hazards on the battlefield, the effects of the burn pits, and the effects of the oil well fires, and demolition of chemical weapons containing saran nerve gas and all within the vicinity and upwind from selected units such as mine.

Keep that in mind as you enjoy your Veterans Day Weekend and a Big Thank You to all our Vet's.

Christopher Banfield
Christopher Banfield

had brother who was a vietnam vet, died of cancer.was not the same man whenhe came back.

JoLayne Ward
JoLayne Ward
  • Christopher Banfield

Sorry about your brother. Sadly, alot of our military men and women don't come back the same person they were when they went in. That happened to my grandfather also. He was missing for 40 years. Alot of veterans go missing, become alcoholics, unable to talk about what they saw, etc. It's a true tragedy.

Ronald Ramirez
Ronald Ramirez
  • Christopher Banfield

Very well said Jolayne. Thank you for your support

Mike Davis
Mike Davis

On behalf of Vietnam Combat Veterans, Ltd.; VET-NET, I wholeheartedly support this effort and encourage the support of all VET-NET Members, Associates & Affiliates -- as well as the support of ALL Americans, Vietnamese, Laotians, Cambodians and Other Nationals whose children and whose children's children are at risk from the dangers of Dioxin....the most persistent and dangerous component of Agent Orange.

Lynn Harris Kennedy
Lynn Harris Kennedy

My husband is a Vietnam Vet and a state officer in Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc., Texas. We were fortunate to have our son before he went to Vietnam. But we know plenty of our Nam friends who have children with problems due to Agent Orange. Our Associates of Vietnam Veterans organization is fighting in Washington and around the country for benefits for those whose children and grandchildren are affected. Many of the Vietnam vets also have problems due to Agent Orange.

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