PTSD is really a reaction to being exposed to death, and anyone who’s been exposed to death in even a single incident, like a car accident ~ you don’t want to go back and think about that all the time. But you can’t not think about it.
Gulf War (1990-1991)
The Royal British Legion is calling on the government to do more to help veterans suffering from Gulf war syndrome.
Many of us have been to the dark side and never returned to
July 29 marks WWI’s 100th anniversary. It was called the war to end all wars. Never again was heard.
Getting to the root causes of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by finding answers in the victim’s DNA
Today’s treatment for all the blood cancers can be enhanced with the addition of natural biological response modifiers in conjunction with all other treatments
Important information for sufferers of Sarcomas.
Since the use of AGENT Orange in both Vietnam and to some extent in Korea, all will acknowledge that dioxin (2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzodioxin-TCDD) has become one of the most controversial issues our military has ever faced. IARC, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, which is part of the World Health Organization, classified dioxin as a known […]
War is big business ~ and it operates in the service of big business regardless of the lives that are sacrificed.
Every Republican presidency since Eisenhower has been STOLEN. The film Argo covers up Bush Sr.’s treasonous 1980 coup d’etat.
One of the documents that was released at the VA RAC GWIR meeting in Boston this past Monday and Tuesday has more appendices and proof but the basic report provides all the details that are needed.
By the end of WW2, America had the largest war industry with Russia close behind.
As we remember prisoners of wars and missing in action and those that gave their all, their very lives in war. Let us remember also the veterans- the Atomic Veterans, the Agent Orange Veterans, the Gulf War illness veterans, the Burn Pits and veterans who are ill from OIF and OEF.
Annually America’s warrior tradition is commemorated in major media editorials and op-eds, honoring fallen men and women for reasons not explained.
The U.S. criminal apparatus extreme violations and assaults on human self-dignity and global citizenry decency is unprecedented in documented historical recorded events.
Veterans Today includes many posts regarding Israeli/Arab/Palestinian conflict. The venom expressed in some of the posts struck me as worth time and effort devoted to research on what motivates people – to take a position on Middle Eastern warfare. Of course this topic could and does fill libraries.
As we look at twenty years since the Gulf War 1990-91/Operation Desert Storm the writer has to wonder have we made headway? The writer wants the President, the VA, the DOD, the legislators both US Senators and Representatives to hear from the veterans that counted on our government to do the right thing morally and ethically. If we had really been tuned into the history of the veterans of World War 1, Atomic Veterans, and Agent Orange Veterans we would not have been so deceived. Maybe the All Volunteer Force would not have been reality. Maybe a draft would still be in affect. But the troops felt it a DUTY, A Sacred Duty to serve their country. They were well educated and trained. Many were college graduates, almost all had completed high school and had a beginning on college level education, in total a different profile than the Vietnam Veterans. Many had families with military traditions and service.
What makes the most fantastic and undocumented war-launching and war-prolonging lies credible are differences and prejudices, against others and in favor of our own. Without religious bigotry, racism, and patriotic jingoism, wars would be harder to sell.
Twenty years after, Bush defends Gulf War as ‘moral;’ Record indicates Bush insisted on War and rejected peace
Newly released files confirm Saddam Hussein tried to broker a last-minute peace deal in 1991 , blocked by President Bush who feared negotiations might defuse the Iraq-Kuwait crisis and prevent the Gulf War Investigative reporter Robert Parry adds further details. The [peace] offer, relayed via Iraqi Deputy Foreign Minister Nizar Hamdoon, reached Washington on August 9 . According […]
Anniversary of Gulf War at President Bush Library at College Station Texas coverage
UK Gulf War Veterans still ill just as US veterans and other coalition forces. Waiting for their governments to care for them in a timely manner. What is the reason for the delay. It has been 20 years and many thousands have died.
Shuttle Discovery’s Lead Spacewalker Hurt in Bicycle Accident by Willam Harwood Space station veteran Timothy Kopra, scheduled for launch Feb. 24 aboard the shuttle Discovery, was injured in a bicycle accident Saturday, a NASA official said. The injury was not life threatening and the NASA official, citing medical privacy issues, provided no additional details. But multiple […]
New Exhibit Opening at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum (MADISON – Wisconsin Veterans Museum Press Release) – The Wisconsin Veterans Museum will open The Scorching Desert Sun: A Wisconsin Photographer Chronicles Operation Desert Storm exhibit on Friday, January 14, 2011. The exhibit will remain on display until March 31, 2011. [via 91 Outcomes] As a photographer […]
VETERAN EVENTS HIGHLIGHTS General Wayne Downing To Be Honored By Ross Perot, Vice Admiral William McRaven, Major General William Garrison(ret) Perot, military dignitaries to attend Downing fundraiser Educational wall one of the projects to honor late general.Zoom Photos. .The General Wayne A. Downing memorial statue. By DAVE HANEY (email@example.com) Journal Star Posted Oct 04, […]
The Gulf War Veterans Who Are Ill Await News from the International Meeting of XMRV/MLV Researchers at the NIH The gulf war veterans who have been diagnosed with chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia await news also and wonder when they will be a cohort group for testing. Many are anxious to be tested just to get some […]
Health Data Shunned by Mainstream Media This research on health findings in Iraq is truly astonishing and points to Cancers being seen in Iraq. It also points to children’s health and the potential alteration in the ratio of male to female population trend being seen in Iraq. The question would also surface of what […]
Gulf War Veterans Fighting For Their Lives Do you Hear Us Now? As we look to new research, we constantly have to review past research. Dr Bach is now carrying on the work on Hypercoagulation in Gulf War Veterans and we await more of his results to be shared and published. This indeed is research […]
Gulf War Veterans 90-91 Need Help – Calls for National Collaboration to all Scientist, Researchers, Universities and Government Agencies Gulf War Veterans both deployed and some that were non-deployed still seek complete and thorough answers. We will not leave any behind! For twenty years the Gulf War Veterans of Operation Desert Storm have fought their […]
Expert testifies about meds Pharmacist one of five witnesses called before defense rests By JUSTIN STORY, The Daily News, firstname.lastname@example.org/783-3256 Wednesday, August 11, 2010 11:46 AM CDT An expert witness testified Tuesday to the possibility that Randall Creek might have experienced side effects of a prescription steroid medication for a skin rash at the moment […]
We are asking veterans that attended to offer comments of what quotes they remember from the dinner in Dallas for the NGWRC. Below is the introductory comments from the MC for the dinner. Friday, August 6, 2010 National Gulf War Resource Center 20th Anniversary Gulf War Reunion and Health Fair Banquet Speech – Master of […]