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)

12 comments:

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

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    1. antone stage delivered seals for Agent Orange at NATO23 site in 1983; found out it was after the fact' they kept everyone away from me for at least 6 hours while it was burning my SKIN.i have type 1 diabetes dementia cysts and chloracne; I didn't say anything for 30 years cause of DEMENTIA[Agent Orange attacks your genetics this is why so many people have DIED; YOU get the worst Diabetes or Cancer NOT TYPE 2 Diabetes Im proof of that;; this is FACT;

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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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    2. Station in Fuerth Germany,came in contact with Herbicide,and have had the Agent Orange Test,and positive.

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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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  5. My father was in Germany crailsheim during the Vietnam War and now is deceased. And on his death certificate it said died from heart failure agent orange advance copd. We have been fighting the va like everyone and still going hard at it trying to prove that there was ao there in Germany. Come on it had to be on the trucks and guns that were being transported there my dad had told me. To all that's fighting keep on something will be exposed people need to keep speaking about it this topic in ao in Germany.

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  6. My husband passed away with Glioblastoma Multiforme/Brain Cancer and was also stationed in Germany 1962/63. I have tried to find any information about Agent Orange/Dioxin in Germany and have not found any thing and would appreciate any help someone can give. Thanks all.

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  7. My father was stationed in Kaiserslautern (sp?) early to mid 60s. Starting in about 1973 he had terrible back pain. In 2006 he passed away from complications of Ankylosing Spondylitis. The rare form where it attacked bones AND internal organs. The VA made it difficult and did everything they could to keep him from getting adequate care. The question of agent orange was never really difinitively answered. They said its heredetary but we have been unable to link it to any relatives. Would appreciate any info on this!

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  8. What military post was the AO used or some chemical from AO chemical compound in Germany in the years 1954 to 1957? A good friends dad was in Artillery unit and certain parts of the trees/vegetation were exposed where he trained were dried up. By those years exposed today he can't go to the beach or be exposed to long to sun light because his skin turns red causing the skin to flake up. Anyone?

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  9. davidbowens88@gmail.comFebruary 17, 2020 at 10:25 AM

    was agent orange stored n west berlin 1071-1974 on or near ncnair barracks

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