UAV Delivered
Weapons Tested
At AREA 51?

From Norio Hayakawa
Note - Who will these aerially-deployed Chemical and Biological Weapons be used on?
This document has been cleared by SAF/PA Cleared for limited publication on 29 Dec 97 SAF/PA 97-1104UAV-XA
UAV Technologies and Combat Operations Executive Summary 97-1104UAV-XA
US Department of Defense Chemical/Biological Weapons Testing Program
Use of UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) as agent/weapon delivery platforms
Testing Authority
USAF Aeronautical Systems Center, Joint Endurance UAV SPO, Tier II Plus - Tier III Minus
Testing Location, Unit
USAF Air Combat Command, 11th Reconnaissance Squadron, Nellis AFB, NV (*not necessarily limited to Indian Springs area)
Primary Systems Tested
CYPHER UAV, Sikorsky
UT PREDATOR UAV, General Atomics
OUTRIDER TACTICAL UAV, Alliant Techsystems
Chemical Warfare Agents Tested
Blister agents - Lewisite
Nerve agents - Soman, GF, VE, VG, VM, VS, VX
Vomiting agents (Riot control) - Diphenylchloroarsine, Diphenylcyanoarsin
Tear agents (Riot control) - Bromobenzylcynanide
Psychochemical agents - 3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate Benactyzine

Tear agents (Riot control) - Bromobenzylcynanide Psychochemical agents - 3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate Benactyzine
Biological Warfare Agents Tested
Anthrax (Bacilllus anthracis)
Plague (Yersinia Pestis)
Cholera (Vibrio cholerae)
Botulism (Clostridium botulinm toxin)
Clostridium Perfringens Aflatoxin T-2 trichothecene mycotoxin
DAS trichothecene mycotoxin
Ricin toxin
Reference: Richard Spertzel, Ph.D.
Lt.Col. Tyle Kanazawa Weapons System Integration Division
UAV Joint Task Report SAF/PA 96-1204 UAV
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