NUCLEAR BIOLOGICAL CHEMICAL


October 2001 
Compiled by Sandhya Malladi, Bibliographer 
Air University Library 
Maxwell AFB, AL


Contents

Operation Desert  Storm
Proliferation
Protection
Technology Transfer

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 Operation Desert Storm


Books

Mauroni, Albert J. Chemical-Biological Defense: U.S. Military Policies and Decisions in the Gulf War. Westport, CT, Praeger, 1998. 236p.
Book call no.: 358.3 M457c

Rettig, Richard A. Military Use of Drugs Not Yet Approved by the FDA for CW/BW Defense: Lessons from the Gulf War.. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 1999. 102 p.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1018.9/
Book call no.: 616.98023 R439m

Periodicals

Edwards, Donald E. House Committee (on Government Reform) Reports on Gulf War Illness. National Guard 52:26 February 1998.

Erwin, Sandra. Commanders Told to Report False Alarms: Army Leader Offers 'Lessons Learned' from Gulf War Illness Fiasco. National Defense 84:33-34 September 1999.

Funk, Deborah. Gulf War Ailments Linked to Geography, Gender. Air Force Times 60:22 


Proliferation


Periodicals

Cameron, Gavin. Multi-Track Microproliferation: Lessons from Aum Shinrikyo and Al Qaida Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 22:277-309 October-December 1999.

Corn, David. Profits and Proliferation: Who's Watching the Uranium Stockpile? The Nation 267:23-24 July 13, 1998.

Kapur, Ashok. China and Proliferation: Implications for India. China Report 34:401-417 July-December 1998.

Larsen, Jeffrey A. The Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and U.S. National Security. National Security Quarterly 4:33-52 Autumn 1998.

Peterson, Gordon I. "Little or No Warning": Bipartisan Commission Warns Congress about Proliferation of Missile Threats. Sea Power 41:19-20+ September 1998.

Roberts, Guy B. Reality Check: NATO's Ambitious Response to the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Airpower Journal 11:77-93 Fall 1997.

Wallerstein, Mitchel B. Responding to Proliferation Threats. Strategic Forum no.138:1-4 May 1998.

Yuan, Jing-dong. Asia and Nonproliferation After the Cold War: Issues, Challenges and Strategies. The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis 11:5-38 Summer 1999.


Protection


Books

Bevalacqua, Armando. Terrorism Handbook for Operational Responders. Albany, NY, Delmar Publishers, 1998. 110 p.
Training manual for first response personnel in the aftermath of a terrorist incident. Includes chapters with overview and details of chemical agents and biological toxins.
Book call no.: 658.473 B571t

Chow, Brian G. Air Force Operations in a Chemical and Biological Environment. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 1998. 152 p.
How the Air Force might continue operations in a contaminated environment.
Book call no.: 358.30973 A298

Rettig, Richard A. Military Use of Drugs Not Yet Approved by the FDA for CW/BW Defense: Lessons from the Gulf War.. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 1999. 102 p.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1018.9/
Book call no.: 616.98023 R439m

Documents

Feril, Benjamin G. M. Shoring Up the Homeland Defense: The Joint Medical Task Force and Weapons of Mass Destruction. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 1999. 23 p.
Proposes a Joint Medical Task Force to provide coverage for a variety of WMD contingencies.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 F356sq

Tueller, John. Biological Warfare Defense: Should the Operational Commander Worry?. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 1998. 27 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 T913b

U.S. Army Dugway Proving Ground. Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Contamination Survivability, Small Items Equipment. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1998. 1 vol.
Doc. call no.: M-U 32028-38

United States. General Accounting Office. Chemical and Biological Defense: Observations on DOD's Plans to Protect U.S. Forces, by Mark E. Gebicke. Washington, GAO, March 17, 1998. 12 p. (T-NSIAD Report no. 98-83)
Also available online at: http://www.gao.gov/archive/1998/ns98083t.pdf
Doc. call no.: M-U 41026-147 no.98-83 [T]

United States. General Accounting Office. Chemical and Biological Defense: Observations on DOD's Plans to Protection U.S. Forces. Washington, D.C., 1998. 12p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41026-147 no.98-83 [T]

Periodicals

Anti-Germ Warfare Keyed to Quick Warning Alarms. National Defense 83:29-30 May-June 1999.

Chemical, Biological Defense Program Runs 'Hot & Cold'. National Defense 84:31-32 September 1999.

Cox, Matthew. "A Protection Measure": Gas Masks, Gear Issued to Families in South Korea. Air Force Times 60:10 November 15, 1999.

Erwin, Sandra. Commanders Told to Report False Alarms: Army Leader Offers 'Lessons Learned' from Gulf War Illness Fiasco. National Defense 84:33-34 September 1999.

Erwin, Sandra I. Billion-Dollar Boost Abets Bio-Chem Shopping Spree: Pentagon Seeks Chemical Detectors, Protective Clothing, Warning Networks. National Defense 83:27-29 September 1998.

Mazzuchi, John F. and others. Protecting the Health of U. S. Military Forces: A National Obligation. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 71:260-265 March 2000.
Commentary.

Mulholland, David. Chemical-Weapon Detectors Shrinking: Gas Chromatographs Will Be Lighter and More Accurate. Army Times 59:28 August 24, 1998.

Our Jobs: In Chemical and Biological Defense. RUSI Journal 144:7-16 December 1999.
Interview with John Millen, Director of Chemical and Biological Weapons Policy and Paul Taylor, Director of Porton Down.

Sherman, Jason. Consequential Force: With Capabilities Like These, it's No Wonder the Marine Corps Commandant Wants the CBIRF (Chemical-Biological Incident Response Force) Closer to Home. Armed Forces Journal International 137:34-36 January 2000.

Siegrist, David. Briefing: NBC Training--Reaction Time. Jane's Defence Weekly 33:20-25 April 5, 2000.

Venter, Al. Watching the Radioactive Detectives Jane's International Defense Review 32:71+ September 9, 1999.


Technology Transfer


Books

Johnston, Alastair I. The Cox Committee Report: An Assessment. Stanford, CA, Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University, 1999. 99 leaves.
Also available online at:
http://www.ciaonet.org/wps/joa01/Cox(MikeMay)99.pdf

Spencer, Jack. The Ballistic Missile Threat Handbook. Washington, Heritage Foundation, 2000. 90 p.
Book call no.: 358.17182 S744b

United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on U. S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the People's Republic of China. U. S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the People's Republic of China. Washington, GPO, May 1999. 3 vols
Also available online at: http://www.house.gov/coxreport/
Popularly known as "The Cox Report".
Book call no.: 355.34320951 U58u

Documents

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Russian Missile Technology and Nuclear Reactor Transfers to Iran, prepared by Stuart D. Goldman and others. Washington, 1998. 21p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.98-299F

Periodicals

Goldman, Stuart D. and others. Russian Missile Technology and Nuclear Reactor Transfers to Iran. Current Politics and Economics of Russia, Eastern and Central Europe 11, no.2/3:145-169 1998.



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