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HOW was agent orange used?

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Agent Orange is a defoliant used in combat zones, the purpose of this chemical was to remove leaves from trees in order to seek enemy hiding. The noxious chemical contributes to defects in health of soldiers, some of the symptoms received by soldiers
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