Revised Jan. 20, 2004
Military Vaccine Resource Directory.
If you are facing deployment and told to take the anthrax vaccine:
The anthrax vaccine is, as of this writing (Oct. 16, 2006), once again a mandatory vaccine, after two years of being declared voluntary by a federal court. Please see other sections of this web site for adverse reactions, and read about symptoms and illnesses in the Data Base of the Ill.
If you are ordered to take mandatory bioterrorism vaccines:
The orders are legal. However, some of these vaccines, such as the smallpox and anthrax vaccines, may cause severe side effects. Please see the related sections of this web site for further information.
Be sure you demand to know the lot number of your vaccination(s), and that you get copies of your shot record and all medical records.
Do NOT depend upon the military to find your medical records or shot record should you need them at a later time.
Fast facts about the anthrax vaccine that you may want to share with your chain of command:
History & Web site manager |
Adverse Reactions, Symptoms, and Illnesses |
First Steps |
Suggestions to help your immune system |
Healthcare resources |
Mycoplasma and Squalene Discussion |
Anthrax Vaccine |
Anthrax Vaccine - Fast Facts |
Pilots' Corner - Major Thomas L. Rempfer and Lt. Col. Russell E. Dingle
Pilots' Corner - Lt. Col. Jay Lacklen |
Pilots' Corner - Lt. Col. Thomas S. Heemstra |
In Congress Now
Calendar of Events
Smallpox Vaccine |
Gulf War Syndrome |
History of Human Experimentation |
Feres Doctrine |
If You Are Refusing A Direct Order To Take A Vaccine |
Reference Library |
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