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GFFrench Guiana (country code, top level domain)
GFGeschäftsführung (German: Management)
GFGameFAQs (game website)
GFGalois Field
GFGlobalFoundries (Milpitas, CA)
GFGames Finished (baseball)
GFCyclosarin (Cyclohexyl methylphosphonofluoridate; nerve agent)
GFGalactic Federation (Metroid game)
GFGaming Forums
GFGame Fly (gaming site)
GFGap Filler
GFGaussian Filter
GFGear Fetish
GFGreater Faydark (realm in Everquest gaming)
GFGateway Foundation
GFGay Fuel
GFGrandfather Sword (gaming)
GFGlitch Factor
GFGrate Firing
GFGymboFriends (unofficial online message board, Gymboree clothing)
GFGateway Facility
GFGeelong Forums
GFGulf Air Company - Bahrain (IATA airline code)
GFGrand Frigate (Puzzle Pirates game)
GFGuidance to Fire Control
GFGeForce (video card)
GFGuitar Freaks (music simulation game)
GFGreen Fairways (Singapore)
GFGood Fight
GFGoodFellas
GFGel Filtration (chromatography)
GFGround Fog
GFGlass Fiber
GFGeneral Fund
GFGone Fishin'
GFGuinean Franc (unit of currency)
GFGeorgia and Florida Railroad
GFGreat Falls (Montana or Virginia)
GFGlomerular Filtration (renal function)
GFGruppenfuhrer
GFGenerating Function (mathematics)
GFGeomagnetic Field
GFGirlfriend (chat)
GFGoals For
GFGovernment Furnished
GFGram Force
GFGrand Floridian (Disney Resort)
GFGrand Forks (North Dakota or British Columbia)
GFGrapple Fixture
GFGround Forces
GFGuardian Forces
GFGround Fault
GFGoldfish
GFGuardian Force (Final Fantasy game)
GFGravitational Force
GFGlandular Fever (mononucleosis)
GFGodfather (movie series)
GFGrim Fandango (adventure game)
GFGlobal Family
GFGod First
GFGluten Free
GFGreater Fool
GFGeneral File
GFGeneral Foreman
GFGuard Forward (basketball)
GFGraphite Furnace
GFGood Fun
GFGround Floor
GFGrande Fratello (Italian reality show)
GFGoldfinger (James Bond movie)
GFGood Friend
GFGrand Fantasia (gaming)
GFGranite Falls (various locations)
GFGreen's Function
GFGo Figure
GFGroundwater Foundation
GFGrain Filling
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Army veterans of the 1991 Gulf War potentially exposed to sarin and cyclosarin.
The following statement summarized the government's case for war: "Our assessment is that Iraq has the capability to produce the chemical agents mustard gas, tabun, sarin, cyclosarin, and VX, and the biological [agents] anthrax, botulinum toxin, aflatoxin, and ricin.
The report also claimed that "Baghdad has begun renewed production of chemical warfare agents, probably including mustard, satin, cyclosarin, and VX," and that all key elements of Iraq's offensive bio-chemical warfare program "are active and most elements are larger and more advanced than they were before the Gulf War.
Preliminary tests performed by US troops at the scene indicated one drum might contain the nerve agent cyclosarin and a blister agent that could be mustard gas.
The MM 1, which like the INFICON HAPSITE uses GC/MS for detecting chemical agents such as sarin, soman, mustard gas, lewsite and cyclosarin, saw combat with the US Armed Forces during the first Gulf War and continues to serve a vital role in chemical reconnaissance.
This could include deadly nerve agents such as sarin, cyclosarin and VX as well as a mustard agent similar to that used in the First World War.