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Photograph from the Japan Times Journalist Jon Mitchell reports on another big development in Okinawa, Japan. This report reveals information that could change the VA Appeals process for some veterans. According to Mitchell, two separate independent testing groups have
I want to give you an update on one of my favorite veterans, Juan Santiago, who is fighting not one, but two extraordinary battles with the VA. I’ve talked about previously Mr. Santiago’s struggle to prove that he, like hundreds
Hundreds of U.S. veterans have come forward with descriptions of Agent Orange being used, stored and transported in Okinawa. Still, the VA denies claims based on Agent Orange exposure. But this week the equation changed. Local chemical testing of barrels
Juan Santiago joins two other veterans I’ve spoken to personally who saw Agent Orange used on Okinawa during the Vietnam War era. Like those two, he is still fighting for compensation. Mr. Santiago served in the Marine Corps from 1968
UPDATE ON RON FRAZIER: Journalist Jon Mitchell is doing amazing investigative journalism on Agent Orange in Okinawa.
U.S. Marine veteran Scott Parton in front of barrels containing Agent Orange in Okinawa in 1970 or 1971, as reported by Jon Mitchell. The veteran I am helping, Ron Frazier, is looking for others who might have seen Agent Orange
Ron Frazier is a veteran who is looking for help. He needs to prove to the VA that he witnessed a fellow solider fall to his death at a popular waterfall outside of Okinawa, Japan, in Spring of 1971. The