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OPERATION DESERT STORM: Army Not Adequately Prepared to Deal With Depleted Uranium Contamination

GAO_NSIAD_93-90_Operation_Desert_Storm_Army_Not_Adequately_Prepared.pdf

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Title

OPERATION DESERT STORM: Army Not Adequately Prepared to Deal With Depleted Uranium Contamination

Subject

Operation Desert Storm; Gulf War; Iraq

Description

GAO Report that investigates whether U.S. soldiers were exposed to depleted uranium (DU) during the Persian Gulf War, what extent the Army provided guidance and training in proper handling of DU, how extensively the Army had medically evaluated personnel exposed to DU radiation during the Persian Gulf War, and how effectively the Army planned for and carried out the decontamination and disposal of combat vehicles contaminated by DU.

Creator

David R. Warren; William M. Solis; Beverly C. Schladt; David C. Maurer; Robert W. Herman; Yasmina T. Musallam

Source

U. S. General Accounting Office

Publisher

U. S. General Accounting Office

Date

January 1993

Format

PDF

Language

EN

Type

Report

Citation

David R. Warren; William M. Solis; Beverly C. Schladt; David C. Maurer; Robert W. Herman; Yasmina T. Musallam, “OPERATION DESERT STORM: Army Not Adequately Prepared to Deal With Depleted Uranium Contamination,” American Public University System, accessed March 4, 2024, https://exhibit.apus.edu/items/show/1549.