Modern medical understanding of the disorder is largely due to the problems suffered by US military veterans of the Vietnam War.
What does VVNW stand for?
VVNW stands for Veterans of the Vietnam War
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- Vovinam (Vietnamese martial arts)
- Vereinigung der Verfolgten des Naziregimes-Bund der Antifaschistinnen und Antifaschisten (German: Association of Victims of the Nazi Regime-Anti-Fascists and Anti-Fascists Association; est. 1947)
- Viscerotropic Velogenic Newcastle Disease
- Velogenic Viscerotropic Newcastle Disease Virus
- VoIP Virtual Network Enabler
- Vereniging Van Nederlandse Houtondernemingen (Dutch)
- Verified Voting New Mexico
- VoIP Virtual Network Operators
- Vereniging Voor Nader Onderzoek Rechtspleging (Dutch: Further Research Association for Justice)
- Vereniging van Nederlandse Wapenverzamelaars (Dutch: Association of Dutch Arms Collectors; also seen as VNW)
- Vaterländischer Verdienstorden (Fatherland Service Medal, East Germany)
- Vereniging van Orthodontisten (Dutch Union of Orthodontists)
- Vereniging voor Overheidscommunicatie (Dutch: Association for Government Communication)
- Verkehrsverbund Oberelbe
- Vladivostok, Russia - Vladivostok Airport (Airport Code)
- Vorgesetztenverordnung (German)
- Veterans Voice of Austin (Texas)
- Vietnam Veterans of America
- Vauxhall Vectra Owners Club (UK)
- Very Volatile Organic Compound (chemistry)
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Hardcover DS559 There has been much published on the effects of Agent Orange on US veterans of the Vietnam War.
Government in a Federal program established to provide training and work skills to returning veterans of the Vietnam War.
TCDD was a key ingredient of Agent Orange, a herbicide blamed for myriad health problems in US veterans of the Vietnam War and local villagers.
M2 BEST BOOKS-(C)2000-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Photographs taken by Australian veterans of the Vietnam War are featured in a recently-published book, 'My Vietnam'.
Thanks to both the book and the film, the forgotten heroes of the Ia Drang inferno have been immortalized and some of the stigma that veterans of the Vietnam War have been unjustly forced to bear has been removed.
But it remains a considerable interest to one small lobby: Hmong veterans of the Vietnam War now living in the United States.
HANOI, June 1 Kyodo Vietnamese veterans of the Vietnam war have demanded the United States be held "fully responsible" for the consequences of the war and not be allowed to "get away" with the "droplets" of humanitarian help it has given so far, an official newspaper reported Thursday.