The Deadliness Below U.S. Didn't Dump Chemical Arms Off Just Its Own Shores

A forklift shovels one-ton containers of mustard gas over the side of a barge somewhere in the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEOREG000027" title="Atlantic Ocean" href="/topic/international/atlantic-ocean-PLGEOREG000027.topic">Atlantic Ocean</a> in 1964. The Army dumped millions of pounds of chemical warfare agent over decades in this way.
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( U.S. Army photos, Daily Press / September 19, 2005 )

A forklift shovels one-ton containers of mustard gas over the side of a barge somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean in 1964. The Army dumped millions of pounds of chemical warfare agent over decades in this way.

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