Agent Orange and other herbicides used in Vietnam were tested or stored elsewhere, including some military bases in the United States.
The Department of Defense gave VA a list of dates and locations of herbicide tests and storage. View dates and locations:
View all as PDF: Herbicide Tests and Storage Outside of Vietnam (Department of Defense List) (224 KB, PDF)
Veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange or other herbicides during military service may be eligible for a variety of VA benefits, including an Agent Orange Registry health exam, health care, and disability compensation for diseases associated with exposure. Their dependents and survivors also may be eligible for benefits.
Learn more about benefits related to Agent Orange exposure.
VA will help determine exposure to Agent Orange or other herbicides during military service after you file a claim for compensation benefits.
Veterans may be eligible for a free Agent Orange Registry health exam. You don't have to file a disability compensation claim to receive the exam. Contact your local VA Environmental Health Coordinator about getting an Agent Orange Registry health exam.
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Last updated December 30, 2013