Workers at the Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland, where the U.S. Army made and tested biological and chemical warfare agents for decades.
Workers at the Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland, where the U.S. Army made and tested biological and chemical warfare agents for decades. National Archives
Workers at the Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland, where the U.S. Army made and tested biological and chemical warfare agents for decades. National Archives

Veterans were ‘Guinea pigs’ in Army’s chemical experiments. Now they need answers.

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