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20Soldier and Biological Chemical Command, SBCCOM Online, http://www.sbccom.army.mil/, 16 March 2001.

21Solider and Biological Chemical Command, SBCCOM Online, http://dp.sbccom.army.mil/fs/dp_overview.html, 16 March 2001.

22U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), Department of Defense Response Capabilities for a Weapons of Mass Destruction, http://freddie.forscom.army.mil, July 1999. 24.

23Ibid., 32.

24Ibid., 14.

25Ibid., 14.

26Ibid., 44.

27Jason Sherman, “Consequential Force – With Capabilities Like These, It’s No Wonder the Marine Corps Commandant Wants the CBIRF Closer To His Home,” Armed Forces Journal International, January 2000, 34.

28Ibid., 35.

29U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), Department of Defense Response Capabilities for a Weapons of Mass Destruction, http://freddie.forscom.army.mil, July 1999. 45.

30The National Guard Bureau, “National Guard Response Actions,” Reprinted by the US Army Command and General Staff College, Defending the Homeland, 2 January 2001, L4-2-1.

31Charles Cragin, “Defense Leaders Commentary: The Facts on WMD Civil Support Teams,” 31 March 2000, www.defenselink.mil/news/Mar2000/. 1.

32United States General Accounting Office, Report to Congressional Requesters, “Combating Terrorism – Federal Response Teams Provide Varied Capabilities; Opportunities Remain to Improve Coordination,” GAO-01-14, November 2000, 9.

33Ronald Rosenberg, “U.S Army Stockpiling Vaccines To Combat Risk of Bio- Terrorism,” Boston Globe, www.sfgate.com, 27 November 2000, 2.

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