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  • Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans
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    The United States government, through it’s agency the Veterans Affairs, has a DUTY to TREAT medical problems associated with military service; COMPENSATE veterans (or their families) for early death or disability associated with their service; and MONITOR and DOCUMENT the effects of government policy and MISTAKES that created a higher...
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  • George Anagnostos
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    George Anagnostos, Weapons Officer on the USS Princeton LPH—5 in 1968–69 died on Dec 15, 2017. He was 84. He retired as a Captain after 26 years of service. His family is very proud of his service on the Princeton and his naval career....
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  • Taiwan Straits 1958 need help
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    I am looking for someone who knew Bob Jandron from VS23 while aboard the USS Princeton during the 1958 Taiwan Straits incident. The Navy is stating that he was not there put in fact he was.  His name is on the ships roster and also his picture.  Both the ships...
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  • Landing troops in Vietnam in April 1962
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    While we were landing Army troops in Vietnam April 1962, I was flight deck corpsman. Because the piper cubs we had on board didn’t make but 1 off the ship, I was told to get on board one of the Marine helicopter should the troops need medical assistance. Well just off...
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  • Diseases associated with exposure to Agent Orange
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    Diseases associated with exposure to Agent Orange or other herbicides during military service. Veterans and their survivors may be eligible for benefits for these diseases. AL Amyloidosis A rare disease caused when an abnormal protein, amyloid, enters tissues or organs Chronic B-cell Leukemias A type of cancer which affects white...
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