Jul 15, 2015

VA Grants Presumption of Agent Orange Exposure for Air Force Personnel   - Hill & Ponton, P.A.

The VA finally amended its regulation, and issued an interim rule effective June 19, 2015, to include individuals who were in repeated contact with C-123 aircraft for Agent Orange exposure.

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