END NOTES Memorandum DAMI-ST-FM, from IOS, Foreign Materiel Program, Department of the Army, Subject: [Redacted Name] SCUD Missile, October 3, 1995; PGIIT Status Report, Subject: SCUD Missile Part, no date; Letter to Senator Rockefeller from the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs).
 Memorandum DAMI-ST-FM, from IOS, Foreign Materiel Program, Department of the Army, Subject: [Redacted Name] SCUD Missile, October 3, 1995.
 The PGIIT is the predecessor organization to the Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, Investigation and Analysis Directorate.
 USAF Message, Serial Number S/DQ/148-81, Defense Special Missile and Astronautics Center. (This document is unavailable pending declassification procedures.)
 Memorandum DAMI-ST-FM, from IOS, Foreign Materiel Program, Department of the Army, Subject: [Redacted Name] SCUD Missile, October 3, 1995 and Special Study of the 347th's Participation in Desert Shield/Desert Storm: January - December 1991, Vol. 1, Ninth Air Force Air Combat Command, USAF.
 SCUD alerts near King Fahd Military Airport are documented in Incident Reports 459001155 dated September 13,1995 and 459001166 dated September 14, 1995, respectively.
 Memorandum for Director, Missile and Space Intelligence, Subject: Request for Analytical Support, dated December 5, 1995.
 Memorandum for Record, Subject: Analysis of Metal Scrap: Final Report, dated December 12, 1995; hand-written results of analysis signed by ERDEC analyst October 13, 1995; typed results "ANALYSES METAL PIECE - ERDEC," not signed or dated; File on Sample #OTH22395, ERDEC, November 1996. Leachates are material removed from a sample during chemical analysis.
 Memorandum, Subject: Analysis of Sample (Steel Fragment), MSIC, June 2, 1994.
 Memorandum for Record, Subject: SCUD Piece Referred to PGIT by [Redacted Name] for Analysis, December 20, 1996.
 Memorandum for Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Clinical Services), Subject: Request from [Redacted Name], from PGIT, December 8, 1995; Letter from Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Clinical Services) dated July 15, 1996; Letter from Director, Persian Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses Investigation Team, May 2, 1996.
 "Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling, and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction," April 29, 1997. This Chemical Weapons Convention was opened for signature in Paris, France, on January 13, 1993. It has been signed by 165 States and ratified by 93 States (as of June 1997.) It was signed by the U.S. on Jan 13, 1993 and ratified on April 25, 1997. Part XI of the Convention, "Investigations in Cases of Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons," details some of the procedures. [http://www.unog.ch/frames/disarm/distreat/chemical.htm]