Agent Orange Spray
in our
Area of Operations
in 1969
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Back in 1993, I wrote to the U.S. Army & Joint Services Environmental Support Group
and requested information on Agent Orange spraying missions in our area of operations.
On the map below, I took the grid coordinates from the printouts above and tried as best as
I could to show the Agent Orange "hits".
According to the ESG, anything within 8 kilometers (8 clicks for those of you with foggy
memories) of the spray is considered a hit.
The three colored heavy straight lines (red, purple, and pink) represent the path of the
spray plane. The two thin colored circles and the thin pinkish lines represent an 8 click
radius from the spray paths.
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After I received the information about the Agent Orange spraying, I had my blood tested
for dioxin (the ingredient in Agent Orange that's killing us). The results are below.