You are cordially invited to a lecture on the topic of
The Iraq WMD Program:
A Search for Truth from the view of the Chemical/ Biological
Disablement Team of The Iraq Survey Group
MAJ Brett Carey
Nuclear and Counterproliferation Officer, US Army
Thursday, June 15
The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
ABOUT THE LECTURE: Seeking the truth on the Iraq WMD program. The US Army Technical Escort Unit’s Chemical-Biological Disablement Team 4 supported the investigation carried out by the Iraq Survey Group in the spring and summer of 2004. During the investigation, they responded to old-regime pre-Gulf War chemical munitions and an insurgent network that was trying to produce WMD. This presentation will cover how they handled these incidents with respect to the sensitivity of the Iraq WMD issue.
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