Gassed in the Gulf: The Insider Story of the Pentagon-CIA Cover-Up of Gulf War Syndromeby Patrick G. Eddington
"Levels tough indictments...Pat and Robin Eddington are true patriots." (Matt Puglisi:
"Eddington's book comes off as a well-written, well-documented account of what happens when a CIA employee rocks the boat. It raises concerns that go beyond Desert Storm, a fear that the CIA has given up its independence from the Pentagon." (The Birmingham News)
"Levels tough indictments...Pat and Robin Eddington are true patriots." (Matt Puglisi: Assistant Director, Persian Gulf War Era Veterans, The American Legion)
Author Bio: Patrick G. Eddington was an award-winning analyst at the CIA's National Photographic Interpretation Center for almost nine years. His opinion pieces have appeared in the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Washington Times, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and the Army Times.
Eddington is a frequent commentator on national security issues for both domestic and international television networks.
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