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Coalition Warfare: Gulf War Allies Differed in Chemical & Biological Threats Identified & in Use of Defensive Measures
Sushil K. Sharma & Betty Ward-Zukerman. In the Gulf War, Iraq was suspected of possessing biol., chem., & radiol. (CB&R) arms. Exposure to such weapons, & defensive measures against them are being evaluated as possible causes of the illnesses that many vets in the U.S. & U.K. have reported after their Gulf War service. French forces reported fewer illnesses following the war than U.S. or U.K. vets. This report examines diff. among the U.S., U.K., & French forces with regard to: their assess. of threats from Iraqi weapons immed. prior to the conflict & the extent to which they shared these assess.; their use of protective gear & specific drugs & vaccines; & the extent of illnesses reported by each country’s vets. Charts & tables.
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