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Dec 3 11 3:12 PM
ralracine1 wrote:How dare you. I did not say my son was service related to my husband PTSD. When my husband seen his sons leg laying on the ground and crushed in the vehicle it brought up all the " "he was holding in all these years because he was a MILITARY man. Big and strong. Well, when you loose a child it doens't take much to break that strength. Do your homework before giving advise.
Dec 3 11 3:17 PM
Dec 3 11 3:18 PM
ralracine1 wrote:Stealth Fighter was in Tonopah. He traveled as head of security for the Stealth not in it. The only thing involved in Korat is the Agent Orange and PTSD. He was head of security? What was his rank at that time? And why do you tie all of these alleged issues and time-frames into one thread?Dept of Veterans Affairswww.publichealth.va.govAgent Orange: Thailand Military BasesThe following Veterans may have been exposed to herbicides:U.,S. Air Force Veterans who served on Royal Thai Air Force bases at U-Tapao, Ubon, Nakhon Phanon, Udorn, Talchi, KORAT, and Don Muang, near the air base perimeter anytime between Feb. 28, 1961 - May 7, 1975. Eligible Veterans may receive the following VA benefits. A Thai vet may claim DIRECT exposure to "herbicides", but NOT to AO in Thailand!Pull up this website and it will have the illness and diseases presumed by Agent Orange. Indeed? Since no AO was used at those bases, there is no AO claim! YOU DO YOR RESEARCH!Yes, you do have to have evidence that you worked the perimenter My brother-n-law has a daughter with spinabifida and she gets benefits from the VA because he was a dog handler in Udorn Thailand. and it is presumed agent orange caused her to be born with this. NOT FROM ANY AO EXPOSURE AT UDORN! She's 31 years old and paralysided waist down. Now who got screwed.
Dec 3 11 3:20 PM
ralracine1 wrote:OK you win but go to the Dept of Veterans Affairs web site and the bases and illness are listed. That's correct....listed for DIRECT exposure to "herbicides", but NOT to AO! There maybe something there that might be of help to you.
Dec 3 11 3:21 PM
ralracine1 wrote:I posted on this thread because ofhis PTSD and some questions I had. Thailand and Tonopah weren't his only bases he was at.
Dec 3 11 3:23 PM
ralracine1 wrote: I have my answer, thank you sincerely. But please do a search on Agent Orange in Thailand before calling my husband a liar.
I have my answer, thank you sincerely. But please do a search on Agent Orange in Thailand before calling my husband a liar.
Dec 3 11 3:27 PM
ralracine1 wrote:Sorry to bother you but there isn't a help screen so can someone tell me how to delete this thread or forum or whatever it's calledThanks.
Dec 3 11 3:31 PM
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