Cockburn sound test김해출장안마ed for firefighting chemical contamination.
Barker, a retired Air Force colonel who led the investigation, said it was clear that the fumes were dangerous enough to cause injury or death.
The first two incidents occurred when해운대출장샵 the airman inhaled smoke from the fuel tanks. Afterward, he developed breathing difficulties, the documents say.
The other incident took place a few days after he started the tests, according to the documents.
In the first incident, the airman told police that he felt cold and dizzy.
He said he then heard a “toxic sounding.” He told police that when he looked at it, it was so dark that he couldn’t see anything at all.
The other incident took place about six months after he started the tests.
The reports also found that some of the airmen suffered mild to moderate breathing problems after the tests. The Air Force did not provide an explanation for how some of the problems were caused.
On June 27, 2002, two days before the second incident, a medical test revealed that the fumes had contaminated a nerve in one of his nasal passages.
In the second incident, the toxic우리카지노계열 gas also entered his esophagus.
A month later, on July 4, 2002, Air Force Medical Examiner Dr. Daniel Bek said that there was no indication of illness caused by the two toxic compounds at that time.