This article will be divide up in sections:
- Film of the purposeful contamination of San Francisco in 1950 using a Mine layer from Treasure Island to spread a bacterial disease onto the city that encompassed the peninsula and on into the East Bay. This film also shows other tests conducted by the Navy, one encompassed the entire Southeastern United States which is not listed below.
- The Atomic, Biological and Chemical Warfare School at Treasure Island and the US Navy’s Radiological Defense Laboratory at Hunter’s Point Shipyard in San Francisco.
- Poison Mustard Gas used in training and the facilities of the Atomic Biological and Chemical Warfare School at Treasure Island
- Chronology showing Chemical, Biological and Radiological Training including naval training publications, “Naval Training Bulletin,” “All Hand’s,” The Navy’s “Medical News Letter” and Naval Orders and documents that were declassified in the 1970’s and 80’s.
- ABC Warfare Defense Training Manual for Atomic, Biological and Chemical Warfare 1960 and 1963 were photographed on Treasure Island
- The Biological Laboratories:
- Fort Baker which was the field operations unit of (LAIR) which was based at Letterman Army Naval Hospital on the Presidio. See Article At this link.
- The Naval Biological Laboratory at Oakland Supply Center and the University of California Berkeley. See Article at this link.
- Fort Mason radiological license from the Atomic Energy Commission to use radioactive Isotopes for training
- US Navy Dispensary on Fell Street San Francisco – Home of the Bureau of Medicine for Operation Crossroads the Atomic Bomb tests at the Bikini Islands in 1946 (See 1946 listing under Chronology), the personnel who figured out how to clean ships contaminated by an Atomic Bomb Blast and it continued radiological work through 1960. Note this location is within 1200 feet of San Francisco City Hall which will need a radiological survey including an alpha particle survey by the EPA. Twitter Headquarters is also located several hundred feet from this location and since it was an old building, it too must be checked out for contamination.
- The Biological Warfare Experiments on the US, the list is from:
Biological testing involving human subjects by the Department of Defense, 1977 hearings before the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, first session … March 8 and May 23, 1977
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