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“Napalm & Agent Orange: Two Iconic Chemical Weapons of the Vietnam War”

Developed during WWII, napalm was a psychologically and physically scarring weapon.  Agent Orange was a herbicide used to kill off the thick jungle canopy in South Vietnam thereby denying the enemy any cover and concealment.  Museum volunteer and retired Armstrong chemist Dr. Ron Lenox will discuss the development and deployment of this now banned technology.