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The Agent Orange Registry and Blue Water Navy Veterans

Agent Orange Newsletter: Information for Vietnam-era Veterans and their families.
 
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Blue Water Veterans who served on ships offshore of Vietnam and not more than 12-nautical miles from the demarcation line of the waters of Vietnam and Cambodia as established in the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019 are now eligible for VA’s Agent Orange Registry. Please note that eligibly for the Agent Orange Registry does not automatically make a Veteran eligible for benefits. Veterans, check on our Blue Water Veterans web page.

Agent Orange Registry

Eligible Veterans who are concerned about possible long-term health problems related to Agent Orange exposure can participate in the Agent Orange Registry. This free exam includes an exposure history, medical history, physical exam, and laboratory tests, as necessary. A VA health care provider will discuss the results with you. Contact your local Environmental Health Coordinator to schedule an appointment for an Agent Orange Registry Health Exam.

 

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