Soldiers Trained at Gagetown, Canada Exposed to Agent Orange
A Framingham veteran says many Massachusetts National Guard soldiers - and others from New England - may have been exposed to dangerous levels of Agent Orange defoliant if they trained at a military base in New Brunswick.
Richard Pelletier, a service officer for the American Legion, says the Canadian and American governments are responsible for spraying toxic defoliants Agents Orange, White and Purple over Canadian Forces Base Gagetown, New Brunswick, and possibly exposing guardsmen and Reservists from Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Vermont to the toxins.
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