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GulfLINK

GulfLINK LogoGulfLINK was established in August 1995 to provide online access to medical, operational, and intelligence documents from the 1990-1991 Gulf War.

Its purpose was and is to provide Service members, veterans, and any interested person with information on what happened during that war that might have affected the health of those who served.

GulfLINK contains all the reports, documents, and links of its predecessor and continues our commitment to our Service members. Its one more element of DOD’s highest priority – ensuring the good health of our Service members through a partnership for health among the Service members, their families, their leaders, and their health care professionals.

 

Summary of the Offensive Ground Campaign in Operation Desert Storm

Summary of the Offensive Ground Campaign in Operation Desert Storm

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