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Guest essay: I'm your American flag - MPNnow.com

Fri, 09/29/2017 - 19:03

MPNnow.com

Guest essay: I'm your American flag
MPNnow.com
I survived mustard gas and ghastly death in European trenches in World War I and, 48 stars strong, was hoisted by six soldiers on Mount Suribachi at Iwo Jima in World War II. I'm proud to be your American flag. I was carried into battle over frozen ...

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US destroys old chemical weapons left in Panama - Yahoo News UK

Fri, 09/29/2017 - 17:36

US destroys old chemical weapons left in Panama
Yahoo News UK
US tests of mustard gas, phosgene and other chemical weapons for possible use in WWII and the Vietnam War were alleged to have been carried out on the island. The United States maintained military bases in Panama from the time it completed the ...

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US calls Russia's Liquidation of Chemical Weapons a Milestone in Arms Control - EurAsian Times

Fri, 09/29/2017 - 12:05

EurAsian Times

US calls Russia's Liquidation of Chemical Weapons a Milestone in Arms Control
EurAsian Times
... another method – chemical neutralization. For this purpose, in particular, it was necessary to build a new building at the facility in Pueblo for $ 725 million. There are now about 780,000 shells with mustard gas being disposed of, which, according ...

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African American WWI Heroes Honored With Historic Marker - Abccolumbia.com

Fri, 09/29/2017 - 08:02

Abccolumbia.com

African American WWI Heroes Honored With Historic Marker
Abccolumbia.com
“They were the first Blacks to go overseas and experience a world war, being exposed to mustard gas. Lord knows, they came back home sick and many of them died without receiving their pension. They didn't know,” said Sonya R. Grantham, granddaughter ...

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US destroys old chemical weapons left in Panama - The Sun Daily

Fri, 09/29/2017 - 02:03

The Sun Daily

US destroys old chemical weapons left in Panama
The Sun Daily
US tests of mustard gas, phosgene and other chemical weapons for possible use in WWII and the Vietnam War were alleged to have been carried out on the island. The United States maintained military bases in Panama from the time it completed the ...

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Harry Gissing's 1914-18 war diaries: - Daily Advertiser

Thu, 09/28/2017 - 20:39

Daily Advertiser

Harry Gissing's 1914-18 war diaries:
Daily Advertiser
A busy day again. Several gas shells came over during: the night with the result we had 38 cases through, all mustard gas, which he is specialising in, and it is very successful in putting men temporarily out of action. Wounded came through in a steady ...

Finding God in all things, including polymerized acetylene - Catholic Star Herald

Thu, 09/28/2017 - 17:41

Catholic Star Herald

Finding God in all things, including polymerized acetylene
Catholic Star Herald
Unlike mustard gas, lewisite causes immediate and potentially fatal effects, even if the enemy was using a gas mask. Its antidote, British Anti-Lewisite (BAL), is still used to treat non-weapons related arsenic poisoning today. More beneficially ...

Sometimes I am burned, abused or defiled, but still 'I'm your American flag' - Paris Post Intelligencer

Thu, 09/28/2017 - 14:41

Paris Post Intelligencer

Sometimes I am burned, abused or defiled, but still 'I'm your American flag'
Paris Post Intelligencer
I survived mustard gas and ghastly death in European trenches in World War I and, 48 stars strong, was hoisted by six soldiers on Mount Suribachi at Iwo Jima during WWII. I'm proud to be your American flag. I was carried into battle over frozen turf in ...

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Playing With History – The Unbelievable Weapons Missing From Battlefield 1 - TheSixthAxis

Thu, 09/28/2017 - 14:08

TheSixthAxis

Playing With History – The Unbelievable Weapons Missing From Battlefield 1
TheSixthAxis
The use of Poison gas in World War 1 was horrific. The use of Poison gas in Battlefield 1 is a minor inconvenience. None the less it can be mighty irritating when you find yourself in deep cover, able to headshot your enemy from half a map away, only ...

Hot stuff: Karma sauce maker packs Western New York heat in a bottle - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Wed, 09/27/2017 - 15:32

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Hot stuff: Karma sauce maker packs Western New York heat in a bottle
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
One day, Kelly walked into the kitchen of their Perinton home and “walked through a cloud of mustard gas,” an especially pungent hot sauce that Gene was concocting in the kitchen. It required a long shower to remove from her skin. It was then that she ...

Fibromyalgia, the misunderstood chronic illness - Stuff.co.nz

Tue, 09/26/2017 - 21:40

Stuff.co.nz

Fibromyalgia, the misunderstood chronic illness
Stuff.co.nz
I told my dad that it felt like my blood had been replaced by mustard gas. I visited doctors, who said what I was feeling was "normal" – even though none of my peers seemed to be experiencing anything similar. They were in the fullness of puberty ...

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Aeolus Announces Presentation of Pharmacometric Analysis Confirming Statistically Significant Improvement in ... - Baystreet.ca

Tue, 09/26/2017 - 12:17

Aeolus Announces Presentation of Pharmacometric Analysis Confirming Statistically Significant Improvement in ...
Baystreet.ca
AEOL 10150 has received Fast Track and Orphan Drug designation and is at Technology Readiness Level ("TRL") 7 for Lung ARS, TRL 6A for sulfur mustard gas and nerve agent exposure, and TRL 6/5 for chlorine and phosgene gas exposure. AEOL 10150 ...

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Canadian History Moments That Prove Taking The Road Less Traveled Can Be The Smartest Move - Huffington Post Canada

Tue, 09/26/2017 - 04:07

Huffington Post Canada

Canadian History Moments That Prove Taking The Road Less Traveled Can Be The Smartest Move
Huffington Post Canada
When we look back on Canada's 150 years, it's important to think about the trailblazers that dared to think and act differently and changed the course of history in the process. From space travel to civil rights activists and medical breakthrough ...

Fibromyalgia is a painful condition, of which little is understood - Brisbane Times

Tue, 09/26/2017 - 00:14

Fibromyalgia is a painful condition, of which little is understood
Brisbane Times
I told my dad that it felt like my blood had been replaced by mustard gas. I visited doctors, who said what I was feeling was "normal" – even though none of my peers seemed to be experiencing anything similar. They were in the fullness of puberty ...

LOPEZ: An Uncomfortable Day In The NFL; Did It Work - CBS Houston

Mon, 09/25/2017 - 19:12

CBS Houston

LOPEZ: An Uncomfortable Day In The NFL; Did It Work
CBS Houston
As the grandson of a World War I infantryman who died of Mustard Gas poisoning, the son of a World War II vet and cousin of a Viet Nam Purple Heart recipient, I get it. But if the protests made you uncomfortable, that's an altogether different thing ...

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Like Lady Gaga, I'm a young sufferer of fibromyalgia - Telegraph.co.uk

Mon, 09/25/2017 - 09:00

Telegraph.co.uk

Like Lady Gaga, I'm a young sufferer of fibromyalgia
Telegraph.co.uk
I told my dad that it felt like my blood had been replaced by mustard gas. I visited doctors, who said what I was feeling was 'normal' – even though none of my peers seemed to be experiencing anything similar. They were in the fullness of puberty ...

Tooth and Tail Review – Fur and Loathing - TechRaptor

Sat, 09/23/2017 - 14:12

TechRaptor

Tooth and Tail Review – Fur and Loathing
TechRaptor
The grisly and dark tones may not be as family friendly as a video game about funny talking animals might seem, and it's shocking from the start when you see skunks choking suicidal troops to death with mustard gas. These are the horrors of war, and it ...

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WWI exhibit remembers local soldiers - Ledger Independent

Fri, 09/22/2017 - 19:27

Ledger Independent

WWI exhibit remembers local soldiers
Ledger Independent
"It was the first global war and the first war to have mustard gas and modern tanks and modern guns." There were photos and information on individuals from Mason County and Robertson County. "This man was from Mason County. His name was Leslie ...

How World War I's brutality echoed in this Queensland family decades after - The Sydney Morning Herald

Fri, 09/22/2017 - 18:40

The Sydney Morning Herald

How World War I's brutality echoed in this Queensland family decades after
The Sydney Morning Herald
Forests flattened, reduced to carcasses of blackened tree trunks. Wafts of mustard gas and decaying flesh rising up from mine craters. The jewel in the crown of Ypres, the 600-year-old Cloth Hall, with its majestic belfry tower, was a smouldering ...

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Excerpt: Ann Patchett's "Commonwealth" - CBS News - CBS News

Fri, 09/22/2017 - 12:58

CBS News

Excerpt: Ann Patchett's "Commonwealth" - CBS News
CBS News
In her most recent bestselling work, "Commonwealth," novelist Ann Patchett, winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award, writes a family drama spanning five decades in ...

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