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Desert Storm Mom's Vet Centre

Where veterans from ALL eras,as well as family members and friends are welcome to visit.

Gulf War Illness

The National Research Council defines risk communication as an “interactive process of exchange of information and opinion among individuals, groups, and institutions; often involves multiple messages about the nature of risk or expressing concerns, opinions, or reactions to risk messages or to legal and institutional arrangements for risk management.”* Risk factors are those characteristics that affects the probability that potential harm or undesirable consequences will be realized. VA cares about Gulf War veterans. We have developed a comprehensive program to help them. This includes quantity medical care services, disability compensation, scientific research, and outreach and education.

Gulf War Illness - Special Reports

This Special Report is dedicated to the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives in the Desert Storm War and to the veterans of that war who returned to America with a mysterious and deadly illness (and their families) to which their own government and the government of Iraq exposed them. Like our mistreated VietNam vets, these young warriors deserve a better shake from our people and government. May God have mercy on them and their fellow countrymen as the Gulf War plague continues to proliferate across America.

Gulf War Syndrome Information Network.

These pages are privately maintained by a civilian, for the purposes of educating the public about Gulf War Syndrome (GWS). GWS is the general term used to describe a variety of symptoms, illnesses, disorders, and diseases. The one common factor to these ailments is their victims: veterans of the Persian Gulf War. Although veterans in many countries, including those in the Middle East and Europe, are afflicted, this site concentrates on U.S. Veterans, their families, and the alleged cover-up by the United States Government.

Gulf War Veteran Resources Pages

Welcome to the Gulf War Veteran Resource Pages! We've been a presence on the Internet since early 1994, aiding Gulf War veterans in their pursuit for the truth.

Gulf War Veterans Association of Canada

The concept of the Gulf War Veterans Association of Canada was initially planned and developed by Luc Levesque of Ottawa in 1993 to study the effects of health problems being reported by Gulf War Veterans.

Gulf War Veterans Solutions

Gulf War Veterans Solutions is committed to GWV's Compensation And Treatment. GWVS intends to help veterans with information about what works and doesn’t work when it comes to compensation claims. Supply veterans with natural alternatives and health treatments that work. We will also supply many other opportunities when the resources of GWVS gets stronger.

Joe Miller's Gulf War Web Site

As I began my search for the truth of what happened in the deserts of Iraq and Saudi Arabia, I wonder do I really want to know what happened? I know I do not have all the answers but, for each answer I find two more questions are raised. I know I am forever change by my experience, I am not the person I was when I left the mountains of North Carolina in October of 1990.

Joyce Riley's - Gulf War Syndrome

Thank you so very much. I am Joyce Riley, and I am here because I love my God and I love my country, and I love my fellow man. We are going to hear a story tonight that unfortunately is the saddest story, not only of the 20th century, but of America's history. You are going to hear about the destruction of the United States military. I am sorry to have to bring you this story. I wish it wasn't true. I wish that I could protect you from what you are going to hear tonight, because it has taken me a year to investigate this story. During that time, I went through the worst depression you can imagine. I finally came to the conclusion one day that - yes, our country had provided the biologicals to Saddam Hussein that were used on our troops. Our troops are sick and they are dying.

National Gulf War Resource Centre

The National Gulf War Resource Center is an international coalition of advocates and organizations providing a resource for information, support, and referrals for all those concerned with the complexities of Persian Gulf War issues, especially Gulf War illnesses and those held prisoner or missing in action.

Office of the Special Assistant

Active duty military personnel with questions or concerns about their service in the Persian Gulf region: contact your commanding officer or call the Department of Defense (DoD) Gulf War Veterans Hotline (1-800-497-6261). Gulf War veterans with concerns about their health:contact the nearest VA medical center. The telephone number can be found in the local telephone directory under Department of Veterans Affairs in the "U.S. Government" listings. A Persian Gulf Registry examination will be offered. Treatment will be provided to eligible veterans.

Persian Gulf War Veterans Information & Referral Center

It is the responsibility of this Homepage to inform and educate all Americans on the plight of the Persian Gulf War Veterans and their Illnesses/Syndromes that have infected tens of thousands of veterans and their families. We need public support and help in getting the federal government to ensure that the Gulf War Veterans' get the proper health care and treatment that will help in eliminating our infections. This Homepage was constructed to be as simple and easy to use as possible, for those of us who have trouble remembering where places are on the WEB. I hope that it is easy for you to get where you want to go, and be able to get the information that you want in a shorter frame of time. Just click on the page markers below and you are on your way into the Foxhole.

Royal Canadian Legion Or Veterans Affairs Canada

There is a system to help those who went to the Gulf healthy and came back sick. The disability pension system under the Pension Act was put in place by the government of Canada to compensate and provide medical treatment to servicemen and servicewomen. The Royal Canadian Legion and pension officers of Veterans Affairs Canada are there to help. If you are a Gulf War veteran or the spouse or friend of such an individual and are concerned about a disability arising from that war, contact the Royal Canadian Legion Or Veterans Affairs Canada.

The Desert Storm Battle Registry

Mr. Love is currently Director of the Desert Storm Battle Registry since 1997. After years of personal frustration with government inactivity over Gulf War Issues, the DSBR was formed to accumulate data concerning the War and post effects.
To track military record data, medical records, research data, and the lack of tangible DOD/VA medical care provided veterans.

The Desert Storm Justice Foundation

The Desert Storm Justice Foundation was formed to educate and condition the public to the fact that many Gulf War Veterans, and their families are suffering very severe health problems.

We also assist with Veterans Administration procedures by providing on this site; the gathering and dissemination of information which directly concerns Gulf War Veterans health care, and provide a support network.

War-Related Illness and Injury Study Center

The War-Related Illness and Injury Study Center (WRIISC) or "RISK" was established to respond to health concerns of veterans related to service in conflict and to improve the care of active duty and veteran patients with war-related illnesses.
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