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Saddam’s Revenge: A Post–Gulf War Casualty

Mallak, Craig T. L.C.D.R., M.C., U.S.N; Milch, Kennan S. H.M.1., U.S.N; Horn, David F. H.M.1., U.S.N

The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology: March 2001 - Volume 22 - Issue 1 - p 43-45

Artillery weapons are designed to inflict death and destruction by way of fragmentary and blast injuries. As pieces of modern machinery, they are also capable of causing serious injury by their very complex nature. The authors present a case analysis of an artillery piece that caused a projectile death without a shell.

From the United States Naval Hospital, Okinawa, Japan.

Manuscript received March 15, 2000; accepted March 22, 2000.

The opinions or assertions expressed herein are the private views of the authors and are not to be construed as official or as representing the views of the United States Navy or the Department of Defense.

Address correspondence and reprint requests to Craig T. Mallak, P4415N, Naval Personnel Command, 5720 Integrity Drive, Millington, TN 38055–4415, U.S.A.

© 2001 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.