Also, these items may not be good artillery rounds any more, but the chemicals inside are still lethal. If anyone doubts that, perhaps our government should release what it found by doing lab work on them because surely they did. Our own stockpile has chemical rounds that are much older than these and they're still very deadly.
I'm with you there, man. why do they hold back the results of the tests? it just gives the Libs an angle.
That's a good point. The US has kept plenty of Pre-Gulf War weaponry, because it could be useful for killing or destroying an enemy.
People who say, "No 15 year-old weapons can cause damage," are idiots.