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  • He will, consequently, serve the minimum term of twenty years in prison, slightly reduced to a maximum of twelve weeks, as the judge revealed, Defoliant was eligible for time off his sentence for good behaviour, a nice suit and - somewhat controversially - in the Judge's opinion, having quite a nice bottom.

    Justice: A Strong Signal Sent

  • He will, consequently, serve the minimum term of twenty years in prison, slightly reduced to a maximum of twelve weeks, as the judge revealed, Defoliant was eligible for time off his sentence for good behaviour, a nice suit and - somewhat controversially - in the Judge's opinion, having quite a nice bottom.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Defoliant storage area at the Gulfport Seabee Center; interior of Johnston Island bunker where dioxin cannisters were stored

    Operation Ranch Hand

  • CINCPAC to JCS, subj: Defoliant/Herbicide Operations, 010247Z Sep 62. 52.

    Operation Ranch Hand

  • SECSTATE to the President, subj: Defoliant Operations in Vietnam, Nov

    Operation Ranch Hand

  • CINCPAC to CHMAAGV, subj: Defoliant Operations, 160454Z Jan 62. 46.

    Operation Ranch Hand

  • SECDEF to the President, subj: Defoliant/Herbicide Program in South Vietnam, Nov 16, 1962. 57.

    Operation Ranch Hand

  • SECDEF to the President, subj: Defoliant Operations in Vietnam, Feb

    Operation Ranch Hand

  • CINCPAC to CHMAAGV, subj: Defoliant Test, 190322Z Jan 62. 48.

    Operation Ranch Hand

  • CINCPAC to JCS, subj: Defoliant/Herbicide Program, 270020Z Jun 62;

    Operation Ranch Hand

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