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in 38 C.F.R. § 3.307 (a)(6)(i) exposure for veterans who served in Thailand. However, VA has adopted a procedure for verifying exposure to herbicide agents in Thailand during the Vietnam Era. VA procedures
Thailand and Korea." In explaining the need for the new procedures, the bulletin acknowledged that there was significant use of herbicides on the fenced-in perimeters of military bases in Thailand intended
service in Thailand, as VA has determined that there was significant use of herbicides on the fenced in perimeters of military bases in Thailand intended to eliminate vegetation and ground cover for base
police unit that served at or near a base perimeter in Thailand; or (3) an Army veteran who served on an air base in Thailand and provided perimeter security. Despite the foregoing, when a veteran is found
military bases in Thailand intended to eliminate vegetation and ground cover for base security purposes. Therefore, when herbicide related claims from veterans with Thailand service are received, VA is
in Thailand during the Vietnam Era. VA has determined that there was significant use of herbicides on the fenced-in perimeters of military bases in Thailand for the purpose of eliminating vegetation and
Citation Nr: 18158056 Decision Date: 12/18/18 Archive Date: 12/14/18 DOCKET NO. 15-27 043 DATE: December 18, 2018 ORDER The appeal of the decision finding that a valid notice of disagreement (NOD)
that served at or near a base perimeter in Thailand; or (3) an Army veteran who served on an air base in Thailand and provided perimeter security. The Veteran s file includes a January 2014 formal finding
herbicides while stationed in Thailand. VA procedures for verifying exposure to herbicides in Thailand during the Vietnam Era are detailed in the VBA Adjudication Manual, M21-1, IV.ii.2.C. VA has determined
mellitus, type II. 3. Resolving all doubt in the Veteran s favor, the Veteran is shown to have been exposed to herbicides while serving in Thailand at the U-Tapao Royal Thai Air Force Base (RTAFB) from
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