By Grant N. Marshall
Experiences that tension can produce myriad wellbeing and fitness results, and those results can show up themselves as indicators and stipulations just like those who veterans record.
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In all, we consulted more than 250 articles, books, and technical reports, including both theoretical and empirical analyses. The review spanned a range of topics, including the nature of stress and the stress process, the role of stress and other risk factors in contributing to poor health, the pathways by which stress is linked to poor health, and the types of illnesses and diseases associated with stress. With respect to the literature concerning stressors faced by personnel deployed to the Persian Gulf, we identified approximately 55 pertinent research articles, book chapters, and technical reports.
In response, the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 660, condemning the invasion and calling for the immediate withdrawal of Iraqi troops. Four days later, on August 6, Saudi Arabia requested American military intervention, ultimately leading to the largest military deployment since World War II. Between August 1990 and June 1991, the United States deployed approximately 697,000 military personnel to the Persian Gulf in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm (Presidential Advisory Committee, 1996).
Xxix, 1996). The result was the destruction of the fleeing Iraqi soldiers and of every Iraqi vehicle, including 185 tanks and armored vehicles, 400 trucks, and 34 artillery pieces. S. forces withdrew from the Persian Gulf even more rapidly than they had been initially deployed. S. service members who had participated in the ground war itself had left the region, replaced by peacekeeping forces. S. S. forces. S. military personnel reported health symptoms or problems, many of which were attributed by veterans to their deployment to the Persian Gulf.
A Review of the Scientific Literature As It Pertains to Gulf War Illnesses, Volume 4: Stress (Gulf War Illnesses Series) by Grant N. Marshall