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Accidents & Injuries

Case-Control Study of Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes Among Gulf War Veterans
This study will look at whether the risk of fatal motor vehicle crashes among Gulf War veterans is higher for those who deployed to the Gulf than for those who were not deployed.
Project Number:DoD-102
Status:Ongoing
Period of Performance:February 01,2000 - February 01,2002
Location:The Henry M. Jackson Foundation
Cost to Date: $757,748


Comparative Mortality Among US Military Personnel Worldwide During Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm
A retrospective study to compare the cause and rate of death between Gulf War era deployed and non-deployed veterans.
Project Number:DoD-15
Status:Complete
Period of Performance:May 01,1994 - January 01,1995
Location:Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
Cost to Date: $20,000


Post-deployment Morbid Stress, Behavior and Health: Developing a Model for Predicting Morbidity, Mortality, and other Adverse Outcomes
The study aims to see if utilizing health and administrative information datasets of illnesses and death, and behavioral and stress related factors of Gulf War Veterans can be utilized to develop models to predict differences in who will or will not develop GWI.
Project Number:DoD-73
Status:Ongoing
Period of Performance:June 25,1998 - July 24,2001
Location:Soc. Sectors Develop. Strategies Inc
Cost to Date: $500,000