Military Headline News: Gulf War Syndrome Exposed


Rick Rogers – Military Headline News



Now we might know more about the causes of Gulf War Syndrome

Possibly 250,000 Americans returned from that war complaining of sudden aches, fatigue and cognitive problems. For years it was believed to all be in their heads.

Ironically, that might be dead on.

A new study appears to show structural changes in their brains.

The United States might not be fighting in Syria, but it doesn’t mean there’s no rooting interest

The US is reportedly training rebel fighters in Jordan to aid forces battling troops loyal to Syrian President Assad.

The two-year civil war has killed an estimated 70,000 people according to the UN.

North Korea is throwing a tantrum — again

Angered over perceived hostile acts against it, North Korea has cut the last reported military hotline with Seoul.

In so doing it declared that “war may break out at any moment.”

Rick Rogers, Military Headline News.


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Rick Rogers is a defense reporter based in San Diego.