Agent Orange Information
This list is intended to help those who are researching Agent Orange and the problems it is causing to their family members due to the spraying during the Vietnam War and other locations.
Animated AO spray Map
Collateral Damage (2006)
Vietnam, Still at odds (2005)
List of Media Coverage for Hatfield Consultants Ltd.
Hatfield) Studies on Agent Orange in Viet Nam
Supreme Court's Decision on AGENT ORANGE "June 2002"
VVA's Guide on AGENT ORANGE
Peripheral Neuropathy Registry
AO Spray Map & Info "Must See"
AO Spray Map II
Gallons of Agent Orange, White & Blue Sprayed in Nam,
The Story Of Agent Orange
Agent Orange Classified Info
Article on Defoliation
MORE info on AO Chemicals
MORE Problems Caused by AGENT ORANGE
Operation Ranch Hand Web Site
The Agent Orange Cover-up: Dioxin KILLS Web Site
Thesis on Agent Orange by Deana Feist
Agent Orange and general information, (Vietnam Veterans Page/Lots of Good info)
Agent Orange in Korea
AGENT ORANGE Quilt of Tears
AGENT ORANGE Bracelets
The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program
AGENT ORANGE Law suite
The Order of The Silver Rose
ColonelDan's News Letter Veteran Issues
2nd Battalion 94th Artillery AO Page
Dioxin ( Agent Orange ) Study by Charles Kelley
National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records Web Site
Download form SF 180 to request a copy of DD Form 214
Veterans Administration & Benefits
Compensation & Pension Benefits
Veterans online application web site (VONAPP)
Agent Orange, VA Claims and Appeals, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder,
VVA's Guide To Veterans Preference
VVA's Guide on VA CLAIMS and APPEALS
The VA's guide on Agent Orange claims
Social Security Online
Social Security Disability Information
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Government Links
AGENT ORANGE Outside of Vietnam, Canada:
AGENT ORANGE Outside of Vietnam, Guam:
AGENT ORANGE Outside of Vietnam, Hawaii:
AGENT ORANGE Outside of Vietnam, Korea:
AGENT ORANGE Outside of Vietnam, Laos:
Dioxin Contamination From Agent Orange in Residents of a Southern Vietnam City
A PDF report on AO Outside Vietnam
Links to Vietnam Veterans Toxic Chemicals/Updates
BOOKS / STUDIES on Agent Orange
ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry). 1998. Toxicological profile for chlorinated
dibenzo-p-dioxins (Update). US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service. Atlanta, Georgia. 678 p. with appendices.
ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry). 1997. Interim Policy Guideline: Dioxin and Dioxin-like compounds in soil. US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service. Atlanta, Georgia.
Dioxins and Health. Arnold Schecter (ed.). New York, NY: Plenum Press, 1994. ISBN: 0-306-44785-1.
Dioxin and its Analogues, Joint Report No. 4. Academie Des Sciences -
CADAS. Paris: Technique & Documentation - Lavoisier, 1995. ISBN: 2-7430-0020-1.
Harvest of Death. J.B. Neilands, G.H. Orians, E.W. Pfeiffer, A.
Vennema, and A.H. Westing. New York, NY: The Free Press, 1972. Library of Congress Number: 72-143521.
Herbicidal Warfare: The RANCH HAND Project in Vietnam. Paul F. Cecil. New York, NY: Praeger Publishers, 1986. ISBN: 0-275-92007-0.
My Father, My Son. E. Zumwalt Jr., E. Zumwalt III, and J.
Pekkanen. New York, NY: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1986. ISBN: 0-02-633630-8.
The Wages of War: When American Soldiers Came Home - From Valley Forge to Vietnam. R. Severo and L. Milford. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster Inc., 1989. ISBN: 0-671-54325-3.
The Withering Rain. Thomas Whiteside. New York, NY: E.P. Dutton & Co. Inc., 1971. Library of Congress Number: 77-148477.
After Tet: The Bloodiest Year in Viet Nam. Ronald H. Spector. The Free Press, New York. 1993. ISBN: 0-02-930380-X
In Retrospect - The Tragedy and Lessons of Viet Nam. Robert S. McNamara. Random House, New York. 1995. ISBN: 0-8129-2523-8.
Veterans and Agent Orange. Committee to Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides, Division of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Institute of Medicine. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press,
1994. ISBN: 0-309-04887-7.
1996 Update: ISBN: 0-309-05487-7.
1998 Update: ISBN: 0-309-06326-4.
2000 Update: ISBN: 0-309-07552-1.
VIETNAM: A History. Stanley Karnow. New York, NY: The Viking Press, 1983. ISBN: 0-670-74604-5.
Hamburger Hill. Samuel Zaffiri. Presido Press, Norato, Ca. 1988. New edition printed 2000. ISBN: 0-89141-289-1.
Herbicides in War - The Long-term Ecological and Human Consequences. A.H. Westing (ed.). Taylor and Francis, Philadelphia. 1984. ISBN: 0-85066-265-6.
WHO/EURO. 1998a. WHO Revises the Tolerable Daily Intake (TDI) for dioxins. World Health Organization European Centre for Environment and Health; International Programme on Chemical Safety. Organohalogen Compounds 38: 295-298.
WHO/EURO. 1998b. Assessment of the Health Risk of Dioxins: Re-evaluation of the Tolerable Daily Intake
(TDI). World Health Organization, European Centre for Environment and Health; International Programme on Chemical Safety. WHO Consultation, May 25-29, 1998, Geneva, Switzerland.
WHO/EURO. 1991. Consultation on Tolerable Daily Intake from Food of PCDDs and
PCDFs, Bilthoven, Netherlands, 4-7 December 1990. Region Office for Europe Summary Report.
EUR/ICP/PCS 030(S)0369n. World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen.
WHO/EURO. 1989. Levels of PCBs, PCDDS and PCDFs in Breast Milk: Results of WHO-coordinated interlaboratory quality control studies and analytical field studies
(Yrjanhaiki, EJ, ed).
Environmental Health Series Report #34.
Copenhagen: World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe.
WHO/EURO. 1988. PCBs, PCDDs and PCDFs in Breast Milk:
Assessment of health risks (Grandjean, P et al., eds.).
Environmental Health Series Report #29. Copenhagen:
World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe.
Australian Vietnam Veterans Study
This 1997 study of 50,000 Australian Viet Nam veterans entitled "Mortality of Vietnam Veterans: The Veteran Cohort Study" found that the death rate among veterans between 1980 and 1994 was some seven percent higher than for the overall male population. In addition, the study found that the death rate from cancer was about 20 percent above average, and that veterans may face an increased risk of death by suicide. The Australian government received this information seriously since it has been documented that those individuals who were in Viet Nam had successfully passed rigid medical examinations and were therefore considered
"healthy"; those with congenital medical issues were rejected as conscripts.
The report is available from:
Commonwealth Department of Veterans' Affairs
PO Box 21
Canberra, ACT 2601