95 RB152 This paperback edition of an original 2009 publication provides a compelling look at the psychological and physiological effects of Gulf War Syndrome on US veterans.
What does GWS stand for?
GWS stands for Gulf War Syndrome (see also PGS)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 95 other meanings of GWS in our Acronym Attic
- Graphic Work Station
- Great War Society (UK)
- Great Western Steamship Company
- Great White Shark
- Greater Western Sydney (Sydney, Australia)
- Groove Web Services (computing)
- Groundwater Well Services
- GroupWare Server (DMS/FAMIS applications)
- Grown without Shell (seeds)
- Guided Weapon System
- Gun Weapon System
- Gunfire Weapons System
- GC for Wounded & Sick of Armies in the Field, July 1929
- GC for the Wounded, Sick, & Shipwrecked Members of the Armed Forces At Sea, 12 August 1949
- Genome-Wide Splice Array
- Georgia Water Stewardship Act (est. 2010)
- Georgia Women's Suffrage Association
- Global Warming Solutions Act (various locations)
- Gloucester Water Ski Association (Canada)
- Gorgeous Washington Street Association (New York)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Ministry of Defence has described Gulf War Syndrome was a useful "umbrella term," but has argued it comprises too many different symptoms to be characterised as a syndrome in medical terms.
Some 20 years after the start of the war, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) still refuses to recognise Gulf War Syndrome as a medical condition, the group said.
College London) explores the effects of Gulf War Syndrome on British military personnel who served in the war from September 1990 to June, 1991.
But in a test case last year, former trooper Daniel Martin, 35, of the Life Guards, forced the MoD to accept Gulf War Syndrome as an umbrella term for a number of post-conflict ailments.