A document has been submitted to Johnny by an undisclosed military source that speaks of “voluntary” DNA collection to find genetic markers for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) will be conducting research to identify potential genes that interact with the environmental conditions (e.g.,combat) to mediate responses to stress and which may serve as potential targets for identifying Soldiers at risk, improving Soldier resilience, and treating stress-related disorders (e.g., PTSD). USU is the Nation’s federal health sciences university and serves the uniformed services and the Nation as an outstanding academic health sciences center.

Military Tasking Order for DNA Collection to Find Markers for PTSD

The “Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences” is an interesting institution where money drops into a black hole and the bodies of dead soldiers are carved up to check their cholesterol.

And that’s just what gets disclosed.

Some surprising names have sprung forth from the USUHS.

One of them is Major Nidal Malik Hasan, the United States Army officer who premeditatedly slaughtered 14 people after repeatedly corresponding with his American-born handler and frequenter of the Pentagon, Anwar al Awlaki.

Another is Peter M. Rhee, the attending doctor for Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords after she was shot in Tucson, AZ (he need not have attended the invisible circuit court judge John Roll, his injuries were slightly more severe). The Tucson shooting has threads of craziness that are still unraveling.

Massive amounts of data on the human genome has been collected and many are starting to have concerns of both privacy and end-state use.

Once markers for PTSD are identified, military researchers will have the keys to the ultimate remorseless killer.

The era of The Terminator, the perfect robotic killing machine, is decades away; to date, all efforts to create a humanoid robot that can climb the stairs, let alone fight the Taliban, have been risible. But scientists are reporting breakthroughs with the next-best thing – the creation of human terminators, who feel less pain, less terror and less fatigue than “non-enhanced” soldiers and whose very bodies may be augmented by powerful machines.

Efforts to understand the brain of the soldier and put this knowledge to good use have been going on for some time. Professor Jonathan Moreno, a bioethicist at Pennsylvania State University, studies the way neuroscience is being co-opted by the military. “Right now, this is the fastest-growing area of science,” he says.

The Pentagon is currently spending $400m a year researching ways to “enhance” the human fighter. ~ “Super Soldiers”: The Quest For The Ultimate Human Killing Machine, Michael Hanlon, The U.K. Independent

The leaked document was corroborated by this paper from the “Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine” prepared for the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command at Fort Detrick, Maryland.

The results of this small molecular epidemiology study will lay the foundation for future epigenetic studies based on the longitudinally collected serum samples (multiple samples per service member) housed at the DoDSR, a vast resource of bio-specimens which can be linked to detailed demographic, deployment, and medical data. …

All cases and controls were selected from among the active duty Army and Marines with at least two years of continuous active duty prior to their first OIF/OEF deployment. All subjects carried out their first OIF/OEF deployment between January 01, 2004 and December 31, 2006 and were deployed for a period of 6 – 18 months.

A quick search of Democrat Congressman Henry “Scoop” Jackson and “military medicine” pulls up the “T.R.U.E. Research Foundation”, a now-defunct military medical research enterprise that got entangled in scandal due to mismanagement of funds. Here, again, the Tucson shooting resurfaced:

Two whistle-blowers accused [pharmaceutical mega-corporation] Novo Nordisk of paying for grants, travel expenses, honoraria and other perks that went to influential physicians and researchers at the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research at Brooke Army Medical Center.

The doctors included trauma surgeon John Holcomb, who had served as commander of the Institute of Surgical Research and recently led the medical team in Houston that treated U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords after a gunman in Arizona critically injured her. ~ Military Medicine Scheme Is Alleged: S.A. Nonprofit Tied To Alleged Scam To Influence Decisions By Doctors, John Tedesco, San Antonio Express-News

Fort Detrick is the military facility where the United States military has conducted controversial research in biological warfare.

Detrick was the source of the anthrax attacks on Washington D.C. that took place just one week after 9/11 in which 17 people became ill and 5 died. Rather than leading to al Qaeda, the trail lead to this Army facility where a key scientist was implicated and was later found dead, ostensibly by his own hand.

As hundreds of human/animal chimera clones are created by “science” we could be in for a real “Island of Dr. Moreau” where remorseless killers have superhuman abilities, murder at will and answer only to their Elitist creators.

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