Army Institute of Public Health; William Haight and Bill Mackie, Engineering Division, The Joint Staff, Pentagon; Neema Guliani and Lisa Cody, House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform; Victoria Cassano, VA; and James Ball, American Red Cross. The committee also greatly appreciates the efforts of Rima Habre, Harvard School of Public Health, for her assistance with the positive matrix factorization modeling.

The committee is also very grateful to Roberta Wedge, who served as study director for this project, and to all of the Institute of Medicine staff members who contributed to this project: Dominic Brose, Cary Haver, Margot Iverson, Jennifer Saunders, and Jonathan Schmelzer. A thank you is also extended to William McLeod who conducted database and literature searches.

David J. Tollerud, Chair
Committee on the Long-Term Health Consequences of Exposure to Burn Pits in Iraq and Afghanistan

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