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A prime worth of the Textbook of army drugs sequence is to maintain the teachings of earlier wars and, via so doing, show how present doctrine is outfitted on wisdom that was once received at so excessive a price. scientific officials should still learn this quantity, clinical features of Chemical and organic war, and study its classes good. Civilians count on that we within the army will understand how to regulate chemical and organic casualties. certainly, if we don't, then who will? The kingdom expects us to be ready to safeguard opposed to all assaults and may be unforgiving of any inability on our half.

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Methods of Defense Against Gas Attacks. Vol 2. In: Gas Warfare. Washington, DC: War Department; 1918: Figure 18. History of Chemical and Biological Warfare: An American Perspective FPO Fig. 2-13. Procedures for using the trench fan to remove chemical agents from trenches. The fan was a failure. Reprinted from Army War College. Methods of Defense Against Gas Attacks. Vol 2. In: Gas Warfare. Washington, DC: War Department; 1918: Figure 25. der (also known as chloride of lime or calcium hypochlorite) was the primary decontaminant during the war.

Pershing summed up his opinion of the new chemical warfare shortly after the conclusion of World War I: Whether or not gas will be employed in future wars is a matter of conjecture, but the effect is so deadly to the unprepared that we can never afford to neglect the question. S. Army almost immediately tried to forget everything it had learned during the war about being prepared for future chemical warfare. The first major concern of the new CWS was to ensure that it survived demobilization. The army had organized the CWS as a temporary war measure, a part of the National Army only, and that temporary existence was due to expire within 6 months after the end of the war.

Enemy’s lines (Figures 2-9 and 2-10). The range was a respectable 1,700 yd, with a flight time of 25 seconds. There were several problems with the system. Being electrically fired, a battery of Livens projectors required extensive preparation and could not be moved once set up. Normally, a battery could only be emplaced and fired once a day. This limited mobility required the element of surprise to prevent the Germans from taking counter actions. British 4-in. trench mortars, called Stokes mortars (Figure 2-11), provided a solution to some of the problems with Livens projectors.

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