Agent Orange Zone: Housebill that. – House passes Blue Water Navy bill that could grant benefits to 90,000 veterans exposed to Agent Orange READ THE STORY Members of the House voted Tuesday to make permanent a court ruling that grants benefits to about 90,000 sailors who say they were exposed to toxic Agent Orange during the Vietnam War.
They hope more veterans will receive benefits. Some say Agent Orange. and exposure to toxic chemicals on Okinawa has been exceeded. Kris Roberts, a former facilities maintenance officer at Marine.
Veteran support VA looks forward to providing continued updates as to our progress. Many services are already available to support caregivers of enrolled Veterans of all eras. For more information call the Caregiver Support Line toll free at 1-855-260-3274.
Court rules VA must pay disability benefits to 'blue water. – New research could lead to disability benefits for Vietnam veterans with high blood pressure Researchers are upgrading the link between Agent Orange exposure and hypertension. By: Leo Shane III
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Veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange in Vietnam while on active duty are eligible for disability compensation through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as long as they were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable. It is often very difficult to produce evidence that an illness is linked to Agent Orange exposure.
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Once an ailment is put on the list, the VA presumes the veteran who served in Vietnam got sick as a result of being exposed to Agent Orange, and the veteran is more likely to get disability benefits. For veterans who qualify for disability and their survivors who are entitled to death benefits, the payments can mean thousands of dollars a year.
The New Hampshire Democratic Party. for a legislative fix to ensure "Blue Water" Navy veterans of the Vietnam War get the disability and health care benefits they deserve resulting from exposure to.
Bluehave been fighting to get these benefits back. You may ask why this is important. Veterans like myself who served on ships in Vietnam were actually exposed to a higher.
The Department of Veterans. Navy" bill, setting up another lengthy battle with the VA on extending Agent Orange benefits. In a statement, Rep. Mark Takano, D-California, the new chairman of the.