TAB B - Bibliography
82nd Airborne Division, "Daily Staff Journal or Duty Officers Log," January 21, 1991.
Air Force, Defense Special Missile and Astronautics Center, Message, Serial Number S/DQ/148-81, February 27, 1991.
Chemical and Biological Defense Command, Email, Subject: "DISUM," October 19, 1995.
"Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling, and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction," April 29, 1997.
Department of the Army, Deputy Chief of Staff Intelligence, Foreign Materiel Program, Memorandum, Subject: "[Redacted] Scud Missile," October 3, 1995.
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Clinical Services), Letter, July 15, 1996.
Edgewood Research and Development Engineer Center, Analytical Chemistry Team, Subject: "Analysis Metal Scrap: OTH22395," October 5, 1995.
Edgewood Research and Development Engineering Center, File on Sample #OTH22395, November 1996.
Edgewood Research and Development Engineering Center, Hand-written results of analysis signed by analyst, October 13, 1995.
Edgewood Research and Development Engineering Center, Memorandum, Subject: "Analysis of Metal Scrap Final Report," December 12, 1995.
Handbook for the Investigation of Allegations of the Use of Chemical or Biological Weapons, Department of External Affairs, Department of National Defence, Health and Welfare Canada, and Agriculture Canada, November 1985.
Incident Report 459001155 Incident Description: Scud Alerts near King Fahd Military Airport, September 13, 1995.
Incident Report 459001166 Incident Description: Scud Alerts near King Fahd Military Airport, September 14, 1995.
Iowa State University, web site www.cif.iastate.edu/MassSpec/ci.html (as of July 11, 2000).
Merriam-Websters Online Dictionary, web site www.m-w.com (as of July 13, 2000).
Methodology and Instrumentation for Sampling and Analysis in the Verification of Chemical Disarmament, The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, Helsinki, Finland, 1985.
Ninth US Air Force Air Combat Command, "Special Study of the 347ths Participation in Desert Shield/Desert Storm: January - December 1991, Volume 1," June 30, 1992.
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs), Letter, November 2, 1995.
Persian Gulf Illnesses Investigation Team, Memorandum, Subject: "Request for Analytical Support," December 5, 1995.
Persian Gulf Illnesses Investigation Team, Memorandum, Subject: "Request from [Redacted]," December 8, 1995.
Persian Gulf Illnesses Investigation Team, Memorandum, Subject: "Scud Piece Referred to PGIT by [Redacted] for Analysis," December 20, 1996.
Persian Gulf Illnesses Investigation Team, Status Report, Subject: "Scud Missile Part," no date.
Persian Gulf War Veterans Illnesses Investigation Team, Letter, May 2, 1996.
Scimedia, web site scimedia.com/chem-ed/sep/lc/ion-chro.htm (as of March 17, 2000).
Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, "Inhibited Red Fuming Nitric Acid (Information Paper), August 3, 1999, web site www.gulflink.health.mil/irfna/.
Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, "Possible Chemical Agent on Scud Missile Sample" (Case Narrative), August 19, 1997, web site www.gulflink.health.mil/scud/.
Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, "Scud Information Paper" (Information Paper), July 25, 2000, web site www.gulflink.health.mil/scud_info/.
Stedmans Concise Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions, 3rd edition, ed. John H. Dirckx, M.D., Baltimore, Maryland, Williams & Wilkins, 1997, [on Compact Disk].
Unidentified United States Central Command organization, "Scud Launch/Kill Summary."
United States Army, Missile Command Structures Directorate, Memorandum, Subject: "Analysis of Sample (Steel Fragment) (U)," June 2, 1994.
US Army Field Manual 3-4, US Marine Corps Fleet Marine Force Manual 11-9, "NBC Protection," May 1992.
US Army Field Manual 8-285, US Navy NAVMED P-5041, US Air Force Manual 44-149, US Marine Corps Fleet Marine Force Manual 11-11 (adopted as NATO Field Manual 8-285), "Treatment Of Chemical Agent Casualties and Conventional Military Chemical Injuries," December 22, 1995.
US Army Field Manual 19-20, "Law Enforcement Investigations," November 25, 1985.
Verification Methods, Handling, and Assessment Of Unusual Events In Relation To Allegations of the Use of Novel Chemical Warfare Agents, Consultant University of Saskatchewan in conjunction with the Verification Research Unit of External Affairs and International Trade Canada, March 1990.
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