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Persian Gulf War Syndrome

This report provides evidence that establishes that U.S. soldiers were exposed to chemical warfare agent fallout from the aerial bombings of Iraqi chemical warfare agent research, production, and storage facilities by Coalition forces. This report identifies:

• the location of, and in many cases the date that, chemical warfare agent research production and storage facilities known to contain chemical warfare agents, chemical warfare agent precursors, and other hazardous chemical toxins were bombed;
• archived meteorological data, including visible and infrared satellite imagery illustrating that the heat and smoke, and therefore the toxic debris, from these facilities traveled directly towards U.S. military personnel; and,
• scientific confirmation of the presence of these exact compounds using technologies evaluated by the U.S. Department of Defense to be both “credible,” “reliable,” and based on scientific techniques.
Unlike previous government disclosures claiming that the number of soldiers exposed to these compounds is minimal and limited to the immediate area around the destruction of the Kamisiyah facility after the war, this research demonstrates conclusively that chemical warfare agents and precursors were present in areas where hundreds of thousands of U.S. soldiers were massing for the upcoming invasion of Iraq and liberation of Kuwait. The evidence provided by the Czech detections of chemical warfare agents in troop areas also lends credence to the thousands of chemical agent alarms deployed with U.S. troops that also began sounding with the initiation of the bombings.

-- Report by James J. Tuite, III

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