Agent Orange Care Giver Recognition Pin


Since the disabling health conditions caused by dioxin, found in Agent Orange, have been recognized as the signature wound of the Vietnam War, and as more and more veterans have become disabled by their lethal effects, there has yet to be an official recognition of the sacrifices made by families in the care of these afflicted warriors.

The Agent Orange Care Giver Recognition Pin is a tribute to all individuals involved with the care of
past and present victims of Agent Orange-dioxin poisoning. The pin is now available at This handsome die-struck, medal-backed, 1-inch
diameter lapel pin was designed to honor all Care Givers serving all Agent Orange victims.


ao_care_giver_pinIt is dedicated to the recognition of those who have acted as beacons of love, devotion, patience and
have been endless sources of physical, psychological and spiritual support during the extremely trying
times of dioxin-induced diseases.

As their veteran lived through the agony and debilitation brought on by dioxin poisoning, the Care
Givers also lived through those tumultuous times, suffering right alongside their loved one in their own

These Care Givers have unselfishly taken on the burden of a long and arduous journey. We want all
Care Givers everywhere to know that they are not and never will be alone with their pain and
struggles. This heartfelt keepsake is an identification and recognition that can be proudly worn to
acknowledge their efforts. This pin says "Thank you. You are not alone."

Designed by the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Association (BWNVVA), this pin is offered to
all Care Givers for "being there" as support for those who suffered or are still suffering from dioxin
poisoning, regardless of their branch of service or other circumstance of contamination.
Please see this pin at the Blue Water Navy Association’s Ships Store, on the Internet at


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