An estimated 50,000 men and women who served on Guam during the Vietnam War are asking Washington lawmakers to support giving them benefits after mounting evidence suggests they were exposed to Agent Orange. Retired Navy Cmdr. John Wells, the executive director of Military Veterans Advocacy, is an attorney leading the fight for national legislation to provide a financial lifeline for vets who, he said, were never told of the potential side effects of Agent Orange. For more information, visit the Military Veterans Advocacy website.
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