10 Scariest Bioweapons. by Robert Lamb START COUNTDOWN NEXT. Start the Countdown The use of biological weapons, or bioweapons, dates back to the ancient world. As early as 1, 500 B. C. the Hittites of Asia Minor recognized the power of contagions and sent plague victims into enemy lands. Armies, too, have long Medical Management of Biological Casualties course and its four annual satellite biological weapons that can lead to mass casualties.
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