Friday, November 26, 2010

A Haunted Landscape
Thirty-five years after the war in Vietnam ended, the chemical Agent Orange still pervades the soil of the southeast Asian nation. In many places, the land remains scarred. None of America's former military bases has yet been cleaned up. Congress first allocated money to cleanup dioxin-contaminated land three years ago for a project at Da Nang airport in Central Vietnam.


1 comment:

  1. To me, cleaning an area where my husband became contaimated. But we don't get anything. Am I the only one that sees something WRONG with this picture?