Fort William D. Davis , Panama

Fort William D. Davis is a former U.S. Army fort near Gatun, Panama. It was transferred to Panama in 1995.

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  1. My husband and I lived in Panama Canal Zone, where they first started testing over 1,000 chemicals in 1942. Agent Purple, Orange, all the rainbows, technical chlordane, heptachlor…all the ones you mention and more! I wrote a book about the Travels of Orange and other toxins available on Amazon. Started a national push, got an attorney to fight for veterans of Panama and Thailand. Please tell veterans to visit my site, from there they can register at pczva or thailandvets. Together we will prove we were contaminated!

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