posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 07:10 AM
I've wondered this many times over the past 12 years. I mostly read on here, don't post a lot. I finally reached 20 posts, and decided to put this
out here to see what kind of feedback I get.
Okay, in late 1998 I was in the US Army. I was stationed at 3rd brigade 2nd Infantry division in Fort Lewis, WA. One morning, out of nowhere, we were
informed that we were going to be required to take the anthrax vaccination series. It was made clear to us that this would be mandatory, and any and
everyone who refused would be subject to UCMJ disciplinary action, up to and including an article 32 court martial.
At this time, we (Army) were still involved with Bosnia, but other than that, little was happening in terms of threats of war aside from the norm. The
anthrax series takes 18 months to complete. From what we were told by those administering the shots, they were ineffective against a biological weapon
form of anthrax, as those are synthetic, and the shots were designed to prevent the natural bacteria form of anthrax contracted through cattle.
After you complete the 18 months series of initial vaccines, you get an annual booster. You all can do the math on that from late 98. Roughly 3 years
before the anthrax scare that we later learned was all produced in Maryland and sent from a scientist working there.
Anyway, anyone have any legitimate reason why they think we were vaccinated from something at a time when there should have been no reasonable cause
for additional concern regarding it?