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Answer three questions to learn how your Vietnam-era service and your health issues today are compensable and service-connected.
• Type 2 diabetes
• Ischemic heart disease
• Cardiovascular disease
• Coronary bypass surgery
All of them are linked to Agent Orange exposure decades ago.
There are 96 locations outside of Vietnam and 330 shipboard conditions that exposed service members to Agent Orange.
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Your answers to this rapid assessment questionnaire show you may not meet the criteria for possible or presumptive Agent Orange (or herbicide) exposure based on locations in Vietnam, Korea, Thailand, or undisclosed classified locations between 1962 and 1975, as covered by this brief rapid assessment.
However, your duty location, period of active duty service, and medical condition(s) may qualify you for VA service-connected compensation. There are other locations and timeframes associated with Agent Orange manufacture, storage, transportation, and testing. In addition, the list of illnesses and medical conditions presented in this rapid assessment does not include all possible health-related conditions.
Your answers to this rapid assessment questionnaire show you may meet the criteria for a finding of possible or presumptive Agent Orange (or herbicide) exposure and may be entitled to compensation by the VA and potentially other benefits as well. Average compensation for exposure to Agent Orange ranges from $1,598 to $39,304 per year, depending on illness, eligibility and rating.
This compensation is federal tax free and does not change or affect your retirement income, including military or federal civil service retirement or social security income.
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Select the response that best describes your service or your loved one’s service during Vietnam:
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When did you or your loved one enter service?
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The top common health conditions are listed here. Do any of these medical conditions apply to you or your loved one today? If so, check all those applicable to your current health and well-being. You should check all that apply whether the condition occurred during you military service or much later — even decades later.