TAB B - Bibliography
101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Command Tactical Operations Center Journal Sheet, 21 January 91.
The ASA Newsletter, Number 97-1 Issue 58, "Czech Detection of CW Agents in the Gulf: A Personal Experience," 7 February 1997.
Chemical and Biological Defense Information Analysis Center, Worldwide Chemical Detection Equipment Handbook, October 1995, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland.
Central Intelligence Agency, CIA Report on Intelligence Related to Gulf War Illnesses, August 2, 1996.
CIA Persian Gulf War Illnesses Task Force, Update on Potential Mustard Agent Release at Ukhaydir Ammunition Storage Depot, September 4, 1997.
Congressional Record, "Senator Shelbys Conclusions on the Persian Gulf Syndrome" Report to the 103rd Congress, March 17, 1994.
Cordesman, Anthony H. and Abraham R. Wagner, 1996, The Lessons of Modern War, Volume IV: The Gulf War, Boulder, Colorado, Westview Press, Inc.
Czech Ministry of Defense Report, The Czechoslovak Chemical Defense Unit in the Persian Gulf and Findings of the Investigation Concerning Possible use of Combat Toxic Agents, October 1, 1993 and September 1997.
Defense Intelligence Agency, "Chemical and Biological Warfare in Desert Storm." April 1994.
Defense Intelligence Agency, IIR 6 884 0068 94 "Chemical Weapons in Saudi Arabia." January 6, 1994.
Defense Intelligence Agency, Message 021952Z Aug 94, Czech Republic: Gulf War Chemical Agent Detections, August 2, 1994.
Defense Intelligence Agency, Report to the Defense Science Board, Intelligence Assessment of the Chemical and Biological Warfare in the Gulf, September 25, 1995.
Department of Defense Intelligence Document, December 19, 1997. CMAT #1997357-0000038.
Department of Defense, "IIR 6 021 0196 96 Iraqi Fallujah, Khamisiyah, and An Nasiriyah Chemical Warfare Related Sites," May 20, 1996.
Department of Defense News Briefing, "Czechoslovakian Chemical Report." November 10, 1993.
Department of Defense News Briefing, Captain Michael Doubleday, August 22, 1996.
Department of Defense, Final Report to Congress, Title V Report: Conduct of the Persian Gulf War, April 1992, Washington DC, US Government Printing Office.
Department of the Army, FM 3-100 NBC Operations, Washington DC, 17 September 1985.
Ember, Louis R., "Chemical Warfare Agent Detectors Probe the Fogs of War," Chemical and Engineering News, August 1, 1994.
Intelligence Spot Report January 22, 1991. CMAT# 1996299-012-0000004.
Interview with ARCENT Chemical Officer, conducted by Veterans Data Management Team, Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, April 4, 1997, (Lead ID 5319).
Interview with Deputy Chemical Officer for ARCENT, conducted by Veterans Data Management Team, Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, April 7, 1997. (Lead ID 5319).
CENTCOM Log Investigation, Interview with CENTCOM NBC Watch Officer, January 21, 1997. CMAT #1998027-0000004.
CENTCOM Log Investigation, Interview with CENTCOM NBC Watch Officer, January 27, 1997. CMAT #1998027-0000004.
CENTCOM Log Investigation, Interview with CENTCOM NBC Watch Officer, January 28, 1997. CMAT #1998027-0000004.
Janes Information Group, Inc., Janes NBC Protection Equipment, Eighth Edition 1995-1996, ed. by Terry J. Gander, Alexandria, Virginia.
Lederberg, Joshua, Chairman Defense Science Board Task Force, Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Persian Gulf War Health Effects, June 1994.
Memorandum for Deputy Secretary of Defense from Bernard Rostker, Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses. "Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses Trip Report Information Memorandum."
Memorandum to Senator Nunn and Senator Thurmond from Senator Shelby, Subject: Report on trip to investigate Persian Gulf Syndrome."
Persian Gulf Illnesses Investigation Team, "Coalition Chemical Detections and Health of Coalition Troops in Detection Area." August 5, 1996.
Prepared Statement by CENTCOM NBC Watch Officer during Operation Desert Storm. CMAT #1998027-0000004.
Testimony of LTC Jimmy E. Martin, PGIIT, and Ms. Sylvia L. Copeland, Central Intelligence Agency, before the Presidential Advisory Committee, May 1, 1996.
Tuite, James J., Report on the Fallout from the Destruction of the Iraqi Chemical Research, Production and Storage Facilities into Areas Occupied by US Military Personnel During the 1991 Persian Gulf War, 1996.
The United Nations, Blue Book Series, Volume IX: The United Nations and the Iraq-Kuwait Conflict 1990-1996, New York, NY: Department of Public Information, United Nations, 1996.
United States Air Force, Environmental Technical Applications Center Report USAFETAC/TN-92/003, Gulf War Weather, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, March 1992.
US Central Command (CENTCOM) Briefings, Maj. General Robert Johnston, USMC, Monday, February 4, 1991, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
US Central Command (CENTCOM) Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Logs, January 19, 1991, January 20, 1991, and January 21, 1991.
XVIII Airborne Corps Daily Staff Journal, January 19, 1991.
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