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claims of veterans claiming herbicide exposure in Thailand. The claims file contains a memorandum of record regarding general herbicide use in Thailand during the Vietnam Era from the Veterans Benefits
c) (2017). 38 U.S.C. ง 7107(a)(2) (2012). FINDINGS OF FACT 1. The Veteran was stationed at U-Tapao Airfield in Thailand from October 1975 to May 1976 as an air traffic control technician; his duties
agents during active duty service in Thailand. The Veteran testified in October 2017 that he served in Thailand at U-Tapao Airfield as an aerospace ground equipment technician. He also testified that
he was exposed to herbicides while stationed in Thailand at Korat Air Force Base. VA's Compensation & Pension Service (C&P) has issued information concerning the use of herbicides in Thailand during the
herbicides during his service at the Udorn RTAFB in Thailand. See hearing transcript. Regarding his Thailand service, the Veteran's AF Form 7 and DD Form 214 reflect that he served in Thailand from June
exposure to 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.
Thailand. While the Thailand CHECO Report does not report the use of tactical herbicides on allied bases in Thailand, it does indicate sporadic use of non-tactical (commercial) herbicides within fenced
records (SPRs) show the Veteran was stationed at Ubon Air Base in Thailand from March 1964 to May 1966. His official position during his time in Thailand was an electrical power production specialist and
AOJ). FINDINGS OF FACT 1. The Veteran did not have service in Vietnam nor did he serve near the air base perimeter in Ubon, Thailand. 2. The most probative evidence of record is against a finding
to herbicides while serving in Thailand. In a December 2007 statement, the Veteran asserted that he was exposed to Agent Orange in Okinawa and Thailand. At his January 2010 hearing the Veteran asserted
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