Part of the United States' strategy in Vietnam was to conduct an herbicide program to remove foliage providing cover for the enemy. Agent Orange was the most widely used of the herbicide combinations sprayed.
Agent Orange and other herbicides used in Vietnam were tested or stored elsewhere, including some military bases in the United States.
- Exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam
Exposure on land in Vietnam or on a ship operating on the inland waterways of Vietnam between January 9, 1962 and May 7, 1975
- Blue Water Veterans
Possible exposure on open sea ships off the shore of Vietnam during the Vietnam War
- U.S. Navy and Coast Guard Ships in Vietnam
List of ships and boats with operations in Vietnam between January 9, 1962 and May 7, 1975
- Korean Demilitarized Zone
Exposure along the demilitarized zone in Korea between April 1, 1968 and August 31, 1971
- Thailand Military Bases
Possible exposure on or near the perimeters of military bases between February 28, 1961 and May 7, 1975
- Herbicide Tests and Storage Outside Vietnam
Possible exposure due to herbicide tests and storage at military bases in the United States and locations in other countries
- Agent Orange Residue on Airplanes Used in the Vietnam War
Possible exposure of crew members to herbicide residue in C-123 planes flown after the Vietnam War