Agent Orange, exposed: How U.S. chemical warfare in Vietnam unleashed a slow-moving disaster Agent Orange, the poisonous spray used in the Vietnam War, has caused catastrophic environmental and health issues

Agent Orange, exposed: How U.S. chemical warfare in Vietnam unleashed a slow-moving disaster

In the end, the military campaign was called Operation Ranch Hand, but it originally went by a more appropriately hellish appellation: Operation Hades. As part of this Vietnam War effort, from 1961 to 1971, the United States sprayed over 73 million liters of chemical agents on the country to strip away the vegetation that provided cover for Vietcong troops in “enemy territory.”

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