Anthony Hardie runs an important resource focusing exclusively on news for Hardie’s fellow veterans of the 1991 Gulf War. The site is called 91Outcomes, and we recommend it highly.
Check out 91Outcomes for hard-hitting, up-to-date news. From the site:
91Outcomes focuses on just one issue, the myriad of health and other outcomes affecting the veterans of the 1991 Gulf War.
The resulting health outcomes continue to profoundly affect 250,000 (more than one-third) of the 696,842 U.S. veterans of the Gulf War.
They also affect innumerable fellow veterans from our Coalition partners, including the UK, Australia, Canada, and the Czech Republic, to name just a few.
The aim of 91outcomes.comis to provide fellow Gulf War veterans, their loved ones, and their adovacates with a unique and unparalleled source for directly relevant health information and news. This includes original, as-it-happens reporting from and about key Gulf War veteran-related events.
Allow me to introduce myself. I’m Anthony Hardie, the publisher and editor of 91outcomes.com. I’m a former state government senior executive, Congressional aide, non-profit program director, and national officer with the NGWRC and VMW. I’ve been continuously active in advocacy on Gulf War and other veterans’ issues since the mid-1990s, shortly after my honorable discharge after seven years of U.S. Army service that included the 1991 Gulf War (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Iraq) and Somalia (1993). If you’re really interested, you can read more about me here.
I created 91Outcomes because I’m also one of the 250,000 veterans of the 1991 Gulf War left disabled by chronic multi-symptom illness. As such, I currently serve on VA’s Research Advisory Committee (RAC) on Gulf War Veterans’ Illnesses, and with DoD’s Gulf War Illness Research Program, part of the Congressionally Directed Research Program (CDMRP).
Contact me at [email protected] whenever I can represent your views as a fellow Gulf War veteran, or post your comments on 91outcomes.com for all to read.