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The Korean War Project had been off line for a while sometime back----

They changed their format and this is certainly one of the best vets site on the web for Korean veterans and family members:

http://www.koreanwar.org/html/units/dmz/dm..._69.htm?set=700

Their "Looking For" section is excellent and so is their BBS.

What is good-since their focus is on AO at the DMZ -is the data they are collectingon other incidents of AO usage in Korea.

"Looking For" sections used to a big part of the older vet BBS forums and Reunion info -

these are excellent ways to find a buddy for a buddy statement as to AO exposure in Korea.

The area that was confirmed as sprayed is not a large area nor did the spraying occur over much of a time period-so says DOD-

It takes good data basing like this site is starting to do with input from vets -to really find out how extensive the spraying might have been.

I still have the original AO maps from the AO Settlement Fund-

they only covered parts of Vietnam.

Of course that all changed when ALL incountry Nam vets were found to have been exposed.

to Agent Orange.

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