From The Riegle Report, which was delivered to the Senate on February 9, 1994, regarding the health of Gulf War veterans, “According to the Department of Defense’s own Report to Congress on the Conduct of the Persian Gulf War, released in April 1992: ‘By the time of the invasion of Kuwait, Iraq had developed biological weapons. It’s [sic] advanced and aggressive biological warfare program was the most advanced in the Arab world. …The program probably began late in the 1970’s and concentrated on the development of two agents, botulinum toxin and anthrax bacteria. …Large scale production of these agents began in 1989 at four facilities in Baghdad. Delivery means for biological agents ranged from simple aerial bombs and artillery rockets to surface-to-surface missiles.’ “ [The 15th of the month used for date sorting purposes only.]

 – Donald Wayne Riegle, Jr. and Alfonse M. D’Amato, The Riegle Report, May 25, 1994, Page 23