Monday, February 4, 2013

Herbicide Tests and Storage in Germany

Agent Orange and other herbicides used in Vietnam were tested or stored elsewhere, including in countries outside of the U.S. Below is information from the Department of Defense (DoD) on projects to test, dispose of, or store herbicides outside the U.S. For projects in the U.S., go to Herbicide Tests and Storage in the U.S.
View all as PDF: Herbicide Tests and Storage Outside of Vietnam (224 KB, PDF)

5 comments:

  1. Anyone know if AO exposure ever took place in Germany?

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  2. Anyone know if AO exposure ever took place in Germany?

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    1. Yes. My father was on the detail that Transported it.

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  3. I would also like to know the answer to this question. I've tried researching as much as I can, to no avail. This is really important to me and my family. My dad just passed away. He'd had tremors as long as I can remember and had always told me it was chemical exposure when in was in the service. He had developed so many of the illnesses listed to AO exposure and sadly suffered in the end.

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  4. My father too, was stationed in Germany during the Vietnam War and is now deceased. Can you please give more detail to your father's exposure and transporting the chemical? Any complications? Do you have any as an offspring? Please advise and thank you for your help...God bless!

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