What is Agent Orange? | How is Agent Orange Toxic? | Department of Veterans Affairs | theSITREP

In this series of theSITREP, Paul sits down with Dr. Maxine Krengel, a Nueropsychologist at the Department of Veterans Affairs, who is an expert on Agent Orange. They cover what Agent Orange is, symptoms of exposure, research, Agent Orange registries and more. Links to the other episodes are listed below. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss future episodes of theSITREP! Links for additional videos about VA disability, VA home loans, VA health care, and more are below.

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What is Agent Orange?

How Many Veterans Have Been Exposed?

Illnesses Connected to Agent Orange

VA Research & Agent Orange

VA’s Agent Orange Registries

Why Being in VA Matters

VA Home Loans

How to Enroll in VA Health Care

VA Disability and who can apply?


The Department of Veterans Affairs has three, separate administrations aimed to serve our country’s Veterans with an assortment of benefits that address the unique needs of every Veteran. To be sure you are interacting with the proper administration within VA, here are short descriptions for each VA administration:

VHA: VA’s Veterans Health Administration is the largest integrated health care network in the United States, with 1,255 health care facilities serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.

VBA: Veterans can earn a range of benefits that help them transition back to civilian life in the country they fought to defend. Through the Veterans Benefits Administration, VA helps servicemembers transition out of military service, and assists with education, home loans, life insurance and much more.

NCA: The job of the National Cemetery Administration is to make sure those who served this nation are never forgotten. NCA provides dignified burial services for Veterans and eligible family members by maintaining 142 cemeteries as national shrines and providing lasting tributes that commemorate their service and sacrifice to our nation.

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