This is an historical overview of chemical-biological defense issues during the Iraq War and a policy analysis of how the US government addresses the threat of weapons of mass destruction and how ground forces deal with the problem on the battlefield.Stephen Goldfein, an Air Force general officer and the J -8 s deputy director for joint war-fighting capability ... the JRO, as the user requirements office; theJPEO, as the material developer; and DTRA, as the funds manager and head of ... an area that desperately needed to revitalize its aging infrastructure and streamline its own joint service practices. ... no longer wouldjoint committees make least- common denominator decisions to guide the DoD CB Defense Program (see Figure 3-1).
|Title||:||Where are the WMDs?|
|Author||:||Albert J. Mauroni|
|Publisher||:||Naval Institute Press - 2006|