The Iraqi Threat and Saddam Hussein's Weapons of Mass Destruction

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - History - 435 pages
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The Iraqi Threat, is the only currently available book which provides comprehensive and current estimation of Iraq's Military Forces, Armor Forces, Republican Guard Corps, Special Republican Guard, Air Defenses, Special Operation Forces, their structures, military equipment and capability. Covered in detail,is Iraq's Cruise & Scud Missiles, Drones,Chemical and Biological Warfare Munitions, of Missiles, Artillery, and more.

Over 500 pages of research material taken, from Military, Scientific Institutes, and UNSCOM. Such sources as the Wisconsin Project , Iraq-Watch. With more than 5,000 pages of material, Iraq Watch is a comprehensive repository of open source information about Iraq's mass destruction weapon programs. The Armed Forces Institute Research, which has worldwide investigative resource capability, and reporting. The Federation of American Scientists. The major problem confronting the U.S. Military and our politicians, is a concise comprehensive information of Iraq placed in a single volume of work. To this, is this book. Indexed and categorized, and heavily illustrated detailing the Iraq threat and Saddam Hussein's Weapons of Mass Destruction. Format is designed for military personnel.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Inmad Mughnieh Summary pg
7
Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden
13
Saddam Hussein Al Qaeda Inman Mughniyeh
16
FINAL NOTES
23
Iraqi Special Border Corps AlMaqdis pg
29
THE REGULAR IRAQI ARMY
33
Corps Field Engineer Battalion
39
Al Tuwaitha Iraqi Nuclear
231
Wisconsin Project Findings Summary
237
Iraqi Missiles An Overview
242
Iraqi Missiles and Their Programs
244
Iraqi Ballistic Missile Programs
251
Summary
257
IRAQI AIRFORCE
265
Iraqi Drones
271

SA 316 Alouette III
40
Corps Signal Battalion
42
Division Artillery
48
Line Drawing 315
50
Mechanized Armored Brigade Armored Infantry
54
nd Corps Regular Army
61
th Corps Regular Army
70
The Iraqi Army Reserve
79
Chart Overview of Republican Guard
88
Special Republican Guard Corps 94
94
IRAQS WOMENS ARMY
114
A On Parade Photograph
121
Corps Reconnaissance Battalion
125
CHAPTER 5
130
Tactics RABAYA 136 137
136
Mountain Commando Infantry Battalions
142
Iraqi Biological Warfare Agents
146
Chart and Summary
148
Iraqi Biological Warfare Aircraft
155
Viral Warfare Agents Declared By Iraq
162
Dry Liquid Biological Warfare Agents An Overview 165
165
Iraqi Anthrax and Botulinum Toxin Production
171
Chart and Summary
173
Chart and Summary
180
Chart and Summary
186
Declassified Military Record
190
List of Chemical Warfare Agents Used in WW I 191
192
Chemical Warfare Agent
198
CHAPTER 7
203
Kurdish Village of Birjinnin
208
Trench Warfare Iran Iraq War 214
214
Nuclear and Radiological Weapons Programs
218
Scud Engines Programs
221
Levitation Implosion Bomb
227
MARAKUB 100 Mirach 100
275
MiG 21 Fishbed
282
Summary Capabilities Armament
287
Summary Capabilities Armament
293
Summary Capabilities Armament
294
CHAPTER 13
298
Iraqi Khailb Main Battle Tank
304
Iraqi MTLB With 120 MM Mortar
311
Line Drawing
316
Summary of Iraqi Armored Vehicles
323
Allocation Procedures 333
333
Field Artillery In The Offense
337
Iraqi ABABIL 50 An Overview
346
mm Self Propelled Howitzer
347
B 21 Variants
353
G 6 155 mm SPG
361
Summary Capabilities Munitions
367
Summary of Iraq Super Gun373
373
Modhoment Unn Al Ma Defenses Grid
374
Iraqi Land Based Air Defense
380
Straight Flush Fire Control Radar 388
388
SA 2 Photograph
390
SA 16 Chart and Photograph396
396
mm Self Propelled AA
402
Iraqi Employment of Antitank Weapons406
406
HOT Photograph mounted on Armor Helicopter
408
100 mm
414
BMP 1 Photographs with AT 3
420
HOT Anti Tank Guided Missile
425
AT 7 SAXHORN ATGM
427
Saddams Sons Qusai and Odai Hussein 432
432
Laser Equipment As A Weapon
436
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Author Stephen Hughes has been a vegan for 24 years and is helpfully supportive of organic farming, sustainable living situations and communities, permaculture, and appropriate technology, including many diverse healing centers and situations.

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