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- On The Edge: Doctors over prescribe opioid painkillers to young veterans, leading to addictions and accidental overdoses
- Veterans and widows are bewildered by VA’s unpredictable — and seemingly unfair — approach to Agent Orange claims
- Quiet Crisis: In the shadow of a record number of military suicides, spouses and children are also taking their own lives
- Stealth Soldiers of the Vietnam War: The Little Known Legacy of the U.S. Army’s Combat Tracker Teams
- The Gift of Arms: After years of waiting Iraq veteran Brendan Marrocco is celebrating a successful bilateral transplant
- Veterans potentially exposed to toxic waste at nearly 140 military bases
- Camp Lejeune’s Toxic Legacy: Marine Corps families who were exposed to decades of contamination search for answers
- Suicide help on the home front: Symposium April 20 at Fort Belvoir, Virginia for military spouses and children
- Frank Kowalski’s forgotten war: In the mid-’50s, Kowalski and hundreds of other U.S. soldiers were sent to a largely unknown country called Vietnam
- Upside Down Lives: Spouses and parents of severely injured veterans struggle under weight of 24/7 caregiving
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Tag Archives: Royal Australian Navy
• 1961 to 1972: U.S. military sprays some 20 million gallons of Agent Orange and other herbicides across Vietnam and some parts of Laos under Operation Ranch Hand. • 1968-69: U.S. Military uses Agent Orange in Korean DMZ, exposing an estimated 12,000 veterans. • Early 1970s: Veterans begin … Continue reading