Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941- : How long will it take the authorities back home to realise that we're being exposed to Agent Orange? Waikato Times, 7 October 2004.
Two soldiers in the jungles of Vietnam watch a plane fly by, which is dropping Agent Orange. In October 2004 recognition that they had been exposed was given by the government to New Zealand Vietnam War veterans.
Extended Title - With modern communication- about thirty years. Vietnam. NZ.
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