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These sixteen documents comprise a set of U.S. Army Medical Intelligence reports from the 1970s and 1980s concerning the extent of research into and deployment of biological and chemical weapons activities in various nations.

These reports were requested under Mandatory Declassification Review (MDR), administratively processed under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and released by the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM).  (Source: GovernmentAtttic.org)

  1. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Biological Warfare Capabilities - NATO Countries And France, February 1972 [7.9 MB]
  2. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Biological Warfare Capability - Asian Communist Countries, May 1972 [14.9 MB]
  3. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Biological Warfare Capabilities - Nonaligned Countries, May 1973 [7.2 MB]
  4. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Biological Warfare Capabilities - European Communist Countries, March 1973 [5.7 MB]
  5. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Biological Warfare Capabilities - Asian Communist Countries, 30 June 1974 [10.2 MB]
  6. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Biological Warfare Capabilities - Asian Communist Countries Supplement One, July 1974 [3.8 MB]
  7. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Biological Warfare Capabilities - Middle East Countries, July 1973 [4.6 MB]
  8. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Chemical and Biological Warfare Capabilities - Nonaligned Countries (Japan, Afghanistan, And Pakistan), Summary Report, 30 October 1981 [4.3 MB]
  9. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Chemical and Biological Warfare Capabilities - Middle East Countries: Summary Report, 7 August 1981 [4.1 MB]
  10. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Chemical and Biological Warfare Capabilities - Asian Communist Countries, Summary Report, 27 August 1982 [2.1 MB]
  11. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Chemical and Biological Warfare Capabilities - Asian Communist Countries Supplement One, October 1978 [15.8 MB]
  12. US Army Scientific and Technical Intelligence Bulletin, Cuban Chemical and Biological Warfare Capabilities, January 1982 [2.1 MB]
  13. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Tissue Culture Technology (BW-Related): USSR, August 1969 [2.8 MB]
  14. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Chemical and Biological Warfare Capabilities - Asian Communist Countries, March 1972 [6.2 MB]
  15. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Smoke, Flame, and Incendiary Materials and Devices - Foreign, April 1977 [23.4 MB]
  16. Defense Intelligence Agency report, Reference Book on Chemical Warfare Information (Worldwide), 31 January 1983 [24.1 MB]

 

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