The Washington Times: Pentagon confirms that the rocket was fired "Daesh" on Qayyarah base does not contain chemicalsWrote: September 29, 2016
It confirmed the US Department of Defense Pentagon said the missile fired by the organization Daesh Qayyarah air base used by hundreds of US troops south of Mosul did not contain any toxic chemical.
He was quoted by the Washington Post's statements to US officials have confirmed the presence of oily substance on the part of the rocket that landed inside the perimeter of Qayyarah Air Base last week, pointing to the examination of the oily material in special laboratories of American forces.
She noted the test results in the beginning to the existence of the proportion of primitive mustard gas but inconclusive.
As Captain Jeff Davis confirmed to the newspaper that the results of subsequent tests showed that the final outcome Slick were not of the poisonous gas sulfur mustard.