As a continuation in our series of "ideas" for filing Blue Water Navy herbicide disability claims, this "Da Nang Harbor Exposure Analysis" offers thoughts into why Da Nang was different than any other location during the Vietnam War. It is based on Primary Source materials, which are statements written by individuals who were there and whose job it was to make the kind of observations these are.
It reads something like a claim as it sits, with statements on how this material applies to YOU, the claimant. It is somewhat personalized, as there are statements indicating that this experience happened to you and is not simply a general statement. Those statements are in bold print, so readers will know their intention. Include additional statements like these if you submit this as a claim. Get additional input from your VSO.
Proceed to "The Da Nang Harbor Exposure Analysis."
Read our previous posting about claims for boots-on-ground for Blue Water Navy personnel