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Many fighter pilots operating from the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Constellation in the Persian Gulf are veterans of operations in Iraq’s southern no-fly zone. For now, they’re more concerned about tricky night carrier landings than in whatever Saddam Hussein might throw at them.
Soldiers in a platoon deploying to the Middle East are ready to charge into Iraq. But they have some nagging doubts about being attacked by chemical and biological weapons.