New Report Shows Vietnam Veterans Who Served in Guam were Exposed to Agent Orange

New research is helping Vietnam-era Veterans obtain disability benefits by providing evidence that they were exposed to Agent Orange when serving in Gaum.

According to an article published by, “Last year, two Veterans groups published a white paper citing research to support that “as likely as not,” veterans who served on Guam from 1962 to 1975 met the legal standard for exposure to Agent Orange and other “dioxin-containing herbicides.” Now, the groups — National Veterans Legal Services Program and Veterans Legal Services Clinic at Yale Law — have released updated research expanding that timeline to include veterans who served on Guam from 1958 to 1980.”

Relevant pages: Veterans Disability