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Exposure to Unidentified Agents while serving in Persian Gulf Theater and have an undiagnosed, condition or symptom that appears anytime before December 1, 2002 and is chronic and lasts at least six months may be considered service connected.
Exposure to Agent Orange which covers those who served “In-Country” Vietnam from 1/9/1962 to 5/7/1975), Thailand (1/9/1962 to 6/30/1976), Laos (12/1/1965 to 9/30/1969), Cambodia at Mimot or Krek, Campong Cham Province (4/16/1969 to 4/30/1969), Guam or American Samoa or in the territorial waters thereof (1/9/1962 to 7/31/1980), Johnson Atoll or on a ship that called Johnson Atoll (1/1/1972 to 9/30/1977) or in the Surrounding Waters. Those who have been diagnosed with any of the listed conditions may be entitled to disability compensation and health care benefits.
Veterans who have been treated for residuals of Cold War Injuries such as Frostbite or Immersion Foot (non-freezing cold injury) could be entitled to VA Disability Compensation.
Exposure to ionizing radiation which covers World War II Veterans exposed to Ionizing Radiation while serving in Hiroshima or Nagasaki, Japan between August 6, 1945 and July 1, 1946. This also includes former Prisoners or War in Japan and also peacetime veterans exposed to Nuclear Detonation Device.
If you were interred or detained in a hostile country for 30 days or more, and have any of the following conditions which manifest, you may be able to receive monthly compensation for these disabilities, even if there is no record of them in your Service Medical Records.