KEY LINKS FOR ADDITIONAL RESEARCH   U.S. SENATE REPORTS  

1st Riegle Report: September 9, 1993: "The Case for Multiple-Origin Mixed Chemical Biotoxin Warfare-Related Disorders"

2nd Riegle Report: May 25, 1994:

U.S. Senate Report, May 25, 1994 U.S. Senate Hearing Transcript, May 25, 1994


3rd Riegle Report: October 7, 1994: U.S. Senate Report, October 7, 1994
 
 

STOCKHOLM INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (SIPRI)

 The Delayed Toxic Effects of Chemical Warfare Agents (1975)

  THE TUITE REPORTS  

"Persian Gulf Syndrome and the Delayed Toxic Effects of Chemical Agent Exposure"

"1991 Persian Gulf War: Direct and Indirect Chemical Warfare Agent and Related Exposures"

"Potentiation and Agent Toxicity in Animals (Sheep)"

Testimony of James J. Tuite, III before the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, September 19, 1996

Selected Reports of Direct Chemical Warfare Agent Deployment, Exposure, or Limited Use during and after Operation Desert Storm

"When Science and Politics Collide"

  VETERANS' WEBSITES

Gulf War Veteran Resource Pages

UK GulfWeb

GulfLink Denmark

VETERANS' ORGANIZATIONS

Operation Desert Shield/Storm Association (ODSSA) - "For Families in Crisis"

Gulf War Veterans of Arkansas

Desert Storm Veterans of North Carolina

Gulf War Veterans of the Carolinas

Gulf War Veterans of Georgia

The Canadian Association of Gulf War Veterans

Desert Storm Justice Foundation (DSJF)

  MEDICAL REFERENCES

The Institute for Molecular Medicine

Epidemiology - Gulf War Syndrome Information University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

MISCELLANEOUS REFERENCES

The Missing GulfLINK Files

 

Gulf War Vets Home Page.