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underlying cause. 2. The Veteran is not presumed to have been exposed to herbicides while on active duty service in Thailand during the Vietnam Era. 3. The preponderance of the evidence is against a
the Veteran reported that he was stationed at Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base in Thailand. His service personnel records verify that he served in Ubon, Thailand from April 1966 to April 1967. In his November
in Thailand from at least January 1971 through at least June 1971. VA procedures for verifying exposure to herbicide agents in Thailand during the Vietnam Era are detailed in the VA Adjudication Manual,
its reasons for rejecting certain testimony and statements from the Veteran concerning his alleged exposure to herbicides in Thailand and in Vietnam. Before addressing the Veteran s claims on their
examinations, and evidence and lay statements related to the Veteran s service at Nakhon Phanom Air Force Base in Thailand. Later, the issue was revisited in a June 2016 rating decision. The evidence
favor, he was exposed to herbicide agents while stationed at Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base (RTAFB), Thailand in 1964. 8. The Veteran s prostate cancer is presumed to be related to his exposure to
in service, including while serving in Thailand, or on the DMZ in Korea. VA has established a procedure for verifying exposure to herbicides in Thailand during the Vietnam era. VA has determined that
the claim of service connection for prostate cancer. 3. The Veteran was exposed to herbicides while serving at Udorn Royal Thai Air Force Base (RTAFB) in Thailand from February 1967 to March 1968. 4.
claimed as lack of depth perception, is denied. REMANDED Entitlement to service connection for diabetes mellitus, type II, to include as due to herbicide exposure in Thailand is remanded. Entitlement
not apply in this case. VA procedures for verifying exposure to herbicides in Thailand during the Vietnam Era are detailed in the VA Adjudication Manual, M21-1, Part IV, Subpart ii, Chapter 1, Section
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