posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 05:18 PM
reply to post by doctorvannostren
You don't even want to know what is given to new recruits at boot camp. I've been there and I know, you work out like never before and they feed you
a special diet and people bulk up but did you notice how fast some of those guys bulked up and how much? There's a normal phase of tear down in that
kind of physical environment, people will lose weight and even some muscle mass as the muscles are torn and rebuilt. You don't see that in boot camps
Those injections were the normal course of vaccines (shot records? nah, we'll just give you all of them again to be sure) and at least two shots
comparable to what you would give beef cattle to bulk them up. This isn't advertised mind you, it is why certain injuries take place more and more
often in training though.
If you deploy out of CONUS there's another round of vaccinations, usually specific stuff for the region you're going to.
Were you given a couple of vaccines at the end of boot prior to the deployment screening? Sometimes they just do it all at once if you deploy right
out of boot but if you go to a secondary school that "adiós" set of injections will be given alone.
That's the terminus for the growth hormones. I don't know if this is universal across all branches and doubt it is but I can guess at least two
specialties which would be on the list to get them.
The military can do whatever it wants from a medical standpoint, including experiments. The releases you sign are very, very inclusive.
The civilian flu vaccines will result in quite a few auto-immune disease cases which will vary quite a bit according to the age and genetic make up of
the patients. I don't think we'll see widespread carnage but there will be a long term impact on population. This isn't the main event we thought
it was, it's more of a late stage trial / live fire exercise. The squalene is what will do the damage though, I don't think the actual flu virus in
the vaccine has been modified (at least not any more than the original virus it's harvested from - which was heavily modified in ways we still have
yet to find out about).
[edit on 12-10-2009 by ecoparity]