BC-224A Radio Receiver - Operators Manual (Mil TM)

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They cause a radioactive and highly toxic dust on explosion. Shells that do not explode eventually release DU into the environment. Health implications are disputed within and outside of the Pentagon. Major Doug Rokke, who headed the US Army’s DU Project after the Gulf War and advocated a ban on the manufacture and use of DU munitions, believes that many of the 221,000 veterans from Gulf War I on permanent disability (29 percent of that war’s eligible veterans) were victims of 35 OLIVER BOYD-BARRETT DU.

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