There is always a lot going on, but here is the current list of active projects we are working on. If you think you want to contribute or help out on any of them, please contact us!

A New History of Chemical Warfare

Seven years in the making, this is the biggest and most ambitious project of our founder. Covering the development of chemistry and chemical warfare from the late 17th century to the present, this book aims to set the record straight on a number of issues regarding chemical warfare. While research continues on several aspects, there are chapters already complete.  If you'd like to help on some research tasks, or would like to volunteer as a reviewer, please contact Brad Trefz at cbrnpronet@gmail.com.

 

Men of the American Expeditionary Force model the different Allied masks of World War I. Source: Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center Library.

Men of the American Expeditionary Force model the different Allied masks of World War I. Source: Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center Library.

Nuclear Weapons Systems

There are plenty of sources offering estimates of world nuclear forces, few of them are very specific. This project aims to provide the most up to date, best available list of nuclear weapons, publicly available. From warhead bus to missile systems, we are attempting to count it, document it, and share it.  If you have information, corrections, or input to our current list, please contact us! To see our lists check out our blog posts.

 

Peacekeeper missile bus with MIRV warheads. Source: Wikipedia.

Peacekeeper missile bus with MIRV warheads. Source: Wikipedia.