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Agent any Color

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Carl the Engineer

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Could not find any reference on Google, so it must be something new.

At my C&P today, the examiner mentioned "Agent any Color" referencing how the VA is being more proactive with new Vets considering what happened with Vietnam Vets and Agent Orange.

Not sure if this is a buzz word or just VA behind the scenes lingo...

She scheduled me for a Gulf Registry interview in August.  I though I had done that already, but all we could find were my screenings for TBI and PTSD.  And I am in the Burn Pit registry.

The way she was talking, I think this was about Gulf War Syndrome and undifined illnesses, etc.  Not positive.

So, there you go,

Agent any Color,

Hamslice

 

 

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Maybe Agent Orange is any color now?  just seems like more bureaucracy to me.  or more B.S.   Which means  we need our boots on!

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"Agent any color" to me is just VA BS. The rainbow herbicides were pink, white, green, blue, purple and orange.

As far as I know all of them were clear liquids.

I sure don't think any vet should file a claim due to exposure to "Agent any color"

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Just to add, any vet trying to prove they have an AO presumptive, not from Vietnam Service or within the Thailand and Korea vet regulation criteria , MUST prove their exposure to it.

It can be done...Just listen to the recent radio show here with James Cripps.

 

 

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