I was a Senior Instructor in 91
It does seem odd that after seeing several specialists with a condition that cause's me to have blood in my mouth every morning no one has an answer. But they did diagnose me with sleep apnea ...Although i was stationed here in Ft. Leonardwood Mo. as a senior Instructor as a 63 Bravo in 1991 I remember watching equipment returning and leaving for Middle East and after reading reports about what types of agents were used i wouldn't be surprised we were exposed as well. I also am now SSI disabled and notice a very low energy level as time went by.
Thank you for providing your thoughts. We value the input of each Gulf War Veteran and your concerns over service exposure from retrograde equipment have been noted. We are not aware of any unusual patterns of disease/illness issues related to these types of exposures in GW Veterans.