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Full Disclosure: Toward an Honest Commemoration of the American War in Vietnam

Please check out our website and sign-on for this very necessary campaign.

Helicopter squadron in Vietnam

(DA NANG) - Our Full Disclosure campaign is a Veterans For Peace effort to speak truth to power and keep alive the antiwar perspective on the American war in Viet Nam -- which is now approaching a series of 50th anniversary events.

The Full Disclosure Campaign represents a clear alternative to the Department of Defense's current efforts to sanitize and mythologize the Viet Nam war and to thereby legitimize further unnecessary and destructive wars.

Please check out our website and sign-on for this very necessary campaign.

Chuck Palazzo
Agent Orange Action Group
Chapter 160,
Hoa Binh, Veterans For Peace



Chuck Palazzo is a Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran, the Interim Editor for Agent Orange, and a longtime Vietnam Veterans Against the War Member. Chuck Palazzo has spent years since the war studying the impacts and effects of Agent Orange, a defoliant chemical sprayed by the U.S. govt. on the jungles of Vietnam. He says Dioxins have been re-discovered to cause all sorts of damage to humans. These include Heart Disease, Parkinsonism, Diabetes etcetera. Dioxins are already known to produce serious birth defects and a variety of cancers. The chemical is still sold in Third World Countries and causing the same problems.

We at welcome Chuck aboard and look forward to sharing more of his stories with our readers in the future.


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