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agency reported research showed that herbicides were not sprayed near U.S. personnel in Thailand, and that they were only sprayed in Thailand for test purposes in the early and mid-1960s in remote jungle,
by RANCH HAND or ACC aircraft in Thailand after 1964, and RANCH HAND aircraft that sprayed herbicides in Vietnam were stationed in Vietnam, not in Thailand. However, there are records indicating that modified
service in the Republic of Vietnam and was not exposed to tactical herbicide agents, including Agent Orange in Thailand. 2. The Veteran's ischemic heart disease did not have onset in service or within
Citation Nr: 1759045 Decision Date: 12/20/17 Archive Date: 12/28/17 DOCKET NO. 14-29 478 DATE ) On appeal from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Regional Office (RO) in Oakland, California
of all USAF units in Thailand, a Staff Transportation Officer, 635th Combat Support Group, and a Commander of the 635th Transportation Squadron during his deployment to U-Tapao Airfield, Thailand. Based
disability), and PTSD. The Board also remanded the issue of service connection for diabetes mellitus type II for verification of alleged herbicide exposure during Thailand service. Attempts to corroborate
was exposed to herbicides during his service in Thailand during the Vietnam era, based on facts found. 6. As the Veteran has been found to have been exposed to herbicides in Thailand, his diabetes mellitus
agent exposure during the Veteran's service in Thailand. Service personnel records indicate the Veteran served in Thailand from September 1970 to October 1971 including at Camp Vayama and Base U-Tapao.
application when the Veteran alleges exposure to herbicides in Thailand. It directs, in pertinent part, that if a veteran served in the U.S. Air Force in Thailand during the Vietnam Era at one of the specified
connection for diabetes mellitus. 4. The Veteran was exposed to herbicide agents during service in Thailand. 5. The Veteran is currently diagnosed with diabetes mellitus type II. 6. Diabetes mellitus
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