Date December 07, 2009 - 06:12 PM

Name Don Thomas Location Annapolis, MD

Message Ken- thank you for posting the Agent Orange info, I just started filling a

claim w/ VA thur my Service Officer for A/O & other illness & this

will help prove that I was exposed to Agent Orange.<br>thank you<br>don


Date December 07, 2009 - 11:52 AM

Name Tom Schmitz Location Oneida, NY

Message Today, I will remember all my Delta 1/46 brothers and all your families, for

your service and your sacrifice, on this 39th anniversary of the 7 December

1970 mortar attack on our NDP. ... Especially Dennis Rouska and a young,

unnamed Vietnamese RF-PF soldier, who were killed, and their families.

God bless, and peace.&quot;LT&quot; Tom Schmitz


Date December 07, 2009 - 11:50 AM

Name Jim Armstrong Location Potter Valley, CA

Message Ken: I have seen Agent Orange maps over the years, with a variety of

information emphasized, but always showing a heavy and sustained use

just where and when the 196th was in the early days.<br>I have been

surprised that there has been relatively little discussion of this here. I hope

that this means we don't have a great number of the 10 plus conditions

caused by exposure. I have one (CLL) and do know of some others

affected, with one of the worst being problems of our children.


Date December 06, 2009 - 01:28 PM

Name Peggy Location Dover

Message Woody sorry my email address is


Date December 06, 2009 - 10:42 AM

Name Ken McKenzie - Editor Location NH

Message An interesting article in the Chicago Tribune includes an interactive map

showing Agent Orange sprayed areas for all years in Vietnam. For those in

the 196th that served in Tay Ninh, you will note that it was the most heavily

sprayed area in Vietnam during 1966 &amp; 1967.<br>website:<br>(Click on the

&quot;house&quot; icon to open the page. For the map, follow the link on

the page)


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