Military and Government Reports

Scientific Literature


Military and Government Reports

While newer scientific literature on biological and physiological effects of  microwave radiation is available online, there is a wealth of older and very valuable information from governmental policy organizations on research and health effects of radiofrequency radiation. These include the World Health Organization, the Naval Military Institute and NASA, that were written even before the 1970’s, which add thousands of studies to this scientific information base. These reports are long but thorough compendiums that indicate harm from this type of non-ionizing radiation has been known for many decades.


1) NASA Report – Electromagnetic Field Interactions with the Human Body: Observed Effects and Theories. April 1981. Jeremy Raines, PhD.


2) Defense Intelligence Agency: Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation (Radiowaves and Microwaves) in Eurasian Communist Countries. October 10, 1975. Prepared by Army Medical Intelligence and the office of the Surgeon General. Defense intelligence Agency Report 1975 or Army Intelligence- Research on Biological Effects of Radio Frequency Radiation in Eurasian Communist Countries, 1976. or

3) Naval Military Research Institute. Bibliography of Reported Biologic Phenomenoa(“Effects”) and Clinical Manifestations to Microwave and Radiofrequency Radiation. October 4, 1971.  With supplement 2,300 studies are included.   EMFAnalysis Link to Naval Research   Naval Research 1971  


4) EPA 1992- Electric and Magnetic Fields: An EPA perspective on research needs and priorities for improving health risk assessment. EPA Report Electric and Magnetic Fields Research Priorities


5) EPA 1990- Evaluation of the Potential Carcinogenicity of Electromagnetic Fields.     EPR Report


6) US EPA Office of Air and Radiation  and Office of Research and Development: Summary of Results of the April 26-27,1993 Radiofrequency Radiation conference.  March 1995.    US EPA Office of Air and Radiation 1995


7)  A Study of Microwave Standards. U.S. Department of Energy. Office of energy Research. Satellite Power System Project division. August 1980.   Department of Energy Study of Microwave Standards


8) Efforts By The Environmental Protection Agency To Protect The Public From Environmental Non-ionizing Radiation Exposures. United States General Accounting Office. CED-78-79, 1978.   Environmental protection Agency Protection from Non-ionizing Radiation 1978


9) Report of the Comptroller of the United States. More Protection from Microwave Radiation Hazards Needed. 1971. Report to House committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.


 10) WHO 1981. Environmental Health Criteria: Radiofrequency and Microwaves. Biologic Effects and Health Hazards of Microwave Radiation: Proceedings on International Symposium 1973. Warsaw, Oct 15-18, 1973. Sponsored by the WHO, US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and The Scientific Council to the Minister of health and Social Welfare, Poland.  Environmental Health Criteria

Or published through International Program on Chemical Safety- WHO Environmental Health Criteria Rdiofrequency and Microwaves.  ISBN 92 4 154076 1-


11) 1969 Annual Report to Congress on the Administration of Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. Public Law 90-602. Congressional Report Radiation Control 1969


12) Translations on USSR Science and Technology Biomedical Sciences: Effects of Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation. USSR Science on Non-ionizing Radiation: Ggovernment Translations


13) Government Accountability Office (GAO). Report to Congressional Requesters. Telecommunications. Exposure and Testing Requirements for Mobile Phones Should Be Reassessed. July 2012.


14) Early research on the biological effects of microwave radiation: 1940–1960. (1980) Cook HJ et al. Annals of Science. Volume 37, 1980 Issue 3.


15) Air Force- Radiofrequency/microwave radiation biological effects and Safety Bolen, SM .standards: A review, Griffiss Air Force Base, New York: United States Air Force Materiel Command, 1994.


16)  News Article:  The Guardian.  Air Force Accused of “Zapping” Protesters.

Note: The above article is related to the 1980’s peace camp in England at an American airbase, as described in this Guardian article. How the ​Greenham Common protest changed lives: ‘We danced on top of the nuclear silos’. March 20, 2017.

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