May 27, 2011

A McDonnel Douglas KC-10 SPRAYER compared with "agent orange" in "Popeye operation"

USAFFEKC10A "KC-10 'Contrails' while refueling" video debunked



Herbicides were used by the U.S. during the Vietnam War to defoliate the hiding places of the Viet Cong (VC) guerillas and North Vietnamese Army (NVA) regulars. The most infamous herbicide used was called Agent Orange. The steel drums in which the herbicide was transported were color-coded with an orange stripe. Other colors such as Blue, White, Purple and Pink, were used to designate different herbicide formulations.
The largest volume of herbicide was applied from the air by C-123 "Provider" twin-engine aircraft. This air spray program was code named Operation Ranch Hand.

3 comments:

  1. Another clear proof about "historical" and recent chemtrails.

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  2. Those Hercules's spraying that shit all over the place is chilling and shows what lengths the powers will go to. The pilot of atleast one of those Hercs got a face full of Agent Orange and I wonder how he fared later in life.

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