[ RadSafe ] Re: Soldiers Face Debilitating Diseases
crispy_bird at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 10 15:11:20 CST 2006
I, and I assume others, appreciate your sarcasm about
Iran and DU.
--- Susan Gawarecki <loc at icx.net> wrote:
> >She said the use of depleted uranium has to be
> studied because, as she put it, we're sending our
> best people into battle and their well-being must be
> the top priority.
> The military is the only job where a person is sent
> into a situation
> with a high likelihood of death or serious injury.
> This level of risk
> wouldn't be tolerated in any civilian job in this
> country. It amazes me
> that DU exposure has become such an issue in light
> of the big picture,
> especially since its use as a highly effective
> penetrator likely saves
> soldiers lives.
> Another good reason why Iran shouldn't be enriching
> uranium - they would
> then have the DU to turn into battlefield weapons
> that might ultimately
> be turned on us.
> Susan Gawarecki
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