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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / Chemical & Biological Weapons / Task Force / Kuwait #721545

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 12, 2003
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(Kuwait City: Aaron Brown) The international troops who deal with weapons of mass destruction featured; scenes shown from Kuwait of the military personnel from US, Germany & Czech Republic whose job is to help people in case of a chemical or biological attack. [Air Force Capt. Regan WILSON†, German army Lt. Col. Michael OBERMEYER†, German army Lt. Gregor SCHMITZ†, consequence management task force Brig. Gen. Cornell WILSON†- comment on the task force & the job.]

(Kuwait City: Aaron Brown, Sanjay Gupta) The question of military medical preparedness & training for chemical & biological warfare & how prepared the Kuwait government is for an attack discussed.

Brown, Aaron;
Gupta, Sanjay

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