[ RadSafe ] Re: depleted uranium cherry & battle

John Jacobus crispy_bird at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 31 16:16:02 CST 2006

As a veteran, I feel that you should go through the
proper channels.  My advice for you would be to take
up a hobby besides e-mail writting.  I certainly have
not convinced me there is a problem.  You present no
facts or numbers.  I would still like to know what
activity results in "pissing fire?"

--- Dlind49 at aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 3/31/06 8:48:32 AM Central
> Standard Time, 
> crispy_bird at yahoo.com writes:
> No, I would not charge, 
> Good 
> But then again, I do not have
> an advocacy program. 
> Now how about helping us- the vets.
> All that we and vets ask is full compliance with
> existing orders and 
> regulations,.
> The criteria describing exposures requiring medical
> screening within 24 hours 
> of exposure and consequent medical care were
> specified in a message from 
> Headquarters Department of the Army dated October
> 14, 1993.  These exposures 
> included:
> "a.  Being in the midst of smoke from DU fires
> resulting from the burning of 
> vehicles uploaded with DU munitions or depots in
> which DU munitions are being 
> stored.
> b. Working within environments containing DU dust or
> residues from DU fires.
> c. Being within a structure or vehicle while it is
> struck by DU munitions." 

"We fear things in proportion to our ignorance of them."
Titus Livius
-- John
John Jacobus, MS
Certified Health Physicist
e-mail:  crispy_bird at yahoo.com

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