Friday, June 19, 2015

Locations of US Bases Involving Agent Orange Exposure
The Department of Veterans Affairs said Thursday it will provide millions of dollars in disability benefits to as many as 2,100 Air Force reservists and active-duty forces exposed to Agent Orange residue on C-123 planes that had been used in the Vietnam War.
Dates and locations of eligible Air Force personnel, both in U.S. and abroad:
—Reserve units, Pittsburgh International Airport, Pennsylvania, USAF Reserve Station, 1972-1982
—Reserve units, Westover Air Force Base, Massachusetts, and Hanscom Field AFB, Massachusetts, 1972-1982
—Reserve units, Lockbourne/Rickenbacker AFB, Ohio, 1969-1986
—Active-duty units, Hurlburt Auxiliary Field, Eglin AFB, Florida, 1970-1973
—Active-duty units, Langley AFB, Virginia, 1962-1963, 1970-1973
—Active-duty units, Luke AFB, Arizona, 1970-1973
—Active-duty units, Tainan Air Field, Taiwan, 1969-1970
—Active-duty units, Howard AFB, Panama, 1970-1973
—Active-duty units, Osan Air Base, South Korea, 1970-1973
—Active-duty units, Clark AFB, Philippines, 1969-1970
Source: Department of Veterans Affairs

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