Countering `The Poor Man's Nuclear Weapons'

The U.S. is getting serious about meeting the bio-warfare challenge

In October, 1995, a U.N. report charged Iraq with stockpiling tens of thousands of liters of deadly anthrax and botulinum cultures and other equally scary biological warfare agents. Saddam Hussein didn't use this horrific arsenal against U.S. troops. But if he had, would the troops have been ready?

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