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I have slowly been working this over for several months, I am listing some sources below.
- Poison Gas: The Myth Versus Reality by James W. Hammond
- The Chemical Corps in Action: present-day information, post 9/11
- Are Our Troops Ready for Biological Warfare?, by Eric R. Taylor of the CATO Institute
- GAO report - 1996
- Undue Risk by Jonathan D. Moreno
- Our forces to use gas and liquid fire: 1917 NYT article
- History of Chemical and Biological Warfare: An American Perspective
- General Sibert Resigns: 1920 NYT article
- Annual Report off the Secretary of War: p. 60; alot of early history
- Chemical Warfare in World War I: The American Experience, 1917 - 1918
- Chemical Operations Principles and Fundamentals, Army Field Manual FM 3-100 8 May 1996, Chapter 4
- The Chemical Corps and Homeland Security
- Gulf War illness chemical link
- Army Officer's Guide
- VA Launches New Agent Orange Study: press release (VA)
Chemical Corps and LSD
There seems to be ample evidence that the Chemical Corps and its scientists were involved in LSD experiments, with the CIA and on army soldiers. Not sure what to make of all this.
- Mind Control, World Control by Jim Keith (crazy conspiracy type)
- Psychedelics Encyclopedia by Peter G. Stafford and Jeremy Bigwood
- The Wizards of Langley by Jeffrey T. Richelson
- Discovering Addiction by Nancy D. Campbell
- Altering American Consciousness by Sarah W. Tracy, Caroline Jean Acker
- I wonder if this should just be integrated into the history or given its own section. Seems pretty significant to me that the corps was experimenting with LSD (which is amazingly awesome if you think about it, Dragon Soldiers indeed). Thoughts? --IvoShandor (talk) 13:11, 16 October 2008 (UTC)
More secret stuff
- Operation Top Hat: 
- Operation Harness: ,
- Operation Whitecoat: 
- Operation LAC or Operation Large Area Coverage: 
Some articles will need to be created as this article continues to grow. I will list any I come up with here, and try to find some sources too.
- First Gas Regiment: , , , , 
- Amos Fries: , , , , ,  (good EL),
- William N. Porter:
- Herb Thornton: , ,
- People sniffer: Refers directly to the XM-2 Personnel Detector, ,  - (or a general article on Personnel detector)
- Army Gas School: , , 
- Earl J. Atkisson:
- John Joseph Hayes : 
Chemical Corps (non-secret) operations articles
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