Friday, February 03, 2017

Vietnam War vet challenges US over Agent Orange

A Vietnam War veteran, who says he used Agent Orange on Guam during the war, says the people of Guam deserve to know the truth.
Guam's governor has ordered comprehensive tests on drinking water and soil after LeRoy Foster told media he personally sprayed thousands of litres of the toxic chemical on the island during the war.
The US military, however, has said it has no record of Agent Orange being used on Guam.
The retired US airforce sergeant, LeRoy Foster, who was stationed on Guam during the 1960s and '70s, told Amelia Langford he was told to use the chemical to control vegetation at Andersen Air Force base. 

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