If you are veteran who was exposed to Agent Orange you may be eligible for free medical care and disability from the VA
Two groups published a paper saying that vets who served on Guam between 1962 and 1975 likely were exposed to herbicides.
There were several locations outside Vietnam where military members could have been exposed.
The chemical killed any plants in its way, but it wasn’t particularly good for humans either.
Exposure Ed now lets anyone view a list of service-related exposures -- broken down by type, conflict and date or location.
"Between now and January, the VA has a lot of work to do," Rep. Mike Bost, R, Ill. said Wednesday.
There are still severely disabled veterans who are being forgotten—or worse, ignored—by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
"Like many of my shipmates, we thought we had been handed a major victory," said former sailor Bobby Daniels.
The former 'Daily Show' comedian created a public service announcement to draw attention to veterans sickened by burn pits.
The organization is asking a federal judge to rescind a stay on claims processing.