New Operation Iraqi Freedom (Iraqwar.info) now open
This new site has been designed to cover the upcoming battles in Iraq. Desert Storm II, Son of Gulf War, UN revenge. Whatever. We'll have postings from around the world daily covering the events as they happen, along with a place for people to comment on the current state of affairs.:
Message Boards Open
This site gets e-mails every day from people looking for servicemen and women, questions about the use and tactics of our military, and always debates about the political ramifications of the Gulf War. Since I don't have time to answer everyone, I've opened a new section where users can chat with each other directly. You can find this new site here:
Operation Enduring Freedom
The attack on the World Trade Center has led to many questionning the military's response and the political ramifications of this horrendous attack. I'm working on a new section to this website that will deal with the terrorists attacks on New York and Washington, and the upcoming US response to this actions. You can find this new site here:
Welcome to the new look of the Gulf War Debriefing Book website!
What started as a great way to avoid studying back in the 'old' days of the 'Net (i.e pre-Netscape) has developed from one of the original Gulf War sites on the web to a published book available at stores nationwide and on-line. Originally coded in 1994, I finally found the time to update the site and some of the information contained to reflect the hundreds of reader comments I've received over the years. You'll still find some bugs, but bear with me as I balance a job, writing a new book and maintaining this web site all at the same time.
You can jump to whatever section desired at any time using the menu bar across the top of each page.
Gulf War Debriefing Book
The Operation Desert Storm Debriefing Book is a comprehensive look at the facts, figures and faces behind the Persian Gulf War of 1991. However, through comments from readers, you can help ensure that this project becomes even more accurate.
The on-line version of the book is DATED, especially the political analysis, but I intended to keep much of it this way to help understand the "time" in which the war was fought. The weapons analysis is based on early reports, which we have since learned are not that accurate, and the performance levels are based on 1990 figures (i.e., when the war was fought, not now).
The online version has less than complete listings of:
The information provided for these sections came from early Pentagon reports. I am always trying to update the lists, and made a number of corrections in the printed version, but running this website takes a lot of time, something I don't have in abundance. If you would like me to make a correction, please drop me an e-mail. If you want to scream, yell, or whine, send you e-mail to the guy in charge of the organization that provided me the listings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Many readers have interesting stories to tell. If you would like to read some of their comments and corrections, often with detailed information about the war, check out the following:
Correction List 1
Yes, that's right, this book, complete with massive updates, many of them from Internet surfers like you, has now been published. It looks really great and is a must for anyone interested in the Gulf War. Hellgate Press/PSI Research of Oregon published this book on April 4, 1997.
For more information on the book, like where and how you can get it, feel free to e-mail the publisher at: PSI Research and ask for more information or send your name and snail mail address to Book Information and I will be in touch on how to get it. You can also call PSI and order at 1-(800) 228-2275.