DR. STEVEN HATFILL

PHYSICIAN, VIROLOGIST & BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS EXPERT

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Open Letter To America

June 8th 2021

DR. STEVEN HATFILL

PHYSICIAN, VIROLOGIST & BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS EXPERT

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Open Letter To America

June 8th 2021

DR. STEVEN HATFILL

PHYSICIAN, VIROLOGIST & BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS EXPERT

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Open Letter To America

June 8th 2021

Dr. Steven Hatfill in Kenya
Dr. Steven Hatfill in Kenya

Dr. Steven Hatfill is a specialist physician and a virologist with a military background and separate master’s degrees in microbial genetics, radiation biochemistry, and experimental pathology. His medical fellowships include Oxford University, the NIH in Bethesda, and the NRC where he studied the Ebola Virus at the US Army Institute for Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick.

From 1986-87 he served as the overwinter medical officer for the South African 27th National Antarctic Expedition. From 1987-1990 he served as a part-time casualty officer (Emergency Medicine) at a major hospital in South Africa. He became board eligible in Hematological Pathology in 1994. Since 2005 he has been involved with teaching the emergency medical response to blast / ballistic injury, and has worked tirelessly to modify these techniques for use in civilian active shooter applications.

His background includes chemical demilitarization training at Aberdeen Proving Ground with national certification as an instructor for the Nunn-Lugar Domestic WMD Preparedness program, and training/certification as a United Nations Weapons Inspector for Iraq under the UNMOVIC mandate. In 2015, he trained and helped to establish the Rapid Hemorrhagic Fever Response Teams for the National Medical Disaster Unit in Kenya, Africa.

Dr. Hatfill has numerous peer-reviewed scientific publications and holds the 2017 DDP Edward Teller Award for contributions to the defense of human life and freedom. In 2018, he was awarded Honorary U.S. Army Parachute Wings with Bronze Star, in an exchange at Fort Bragg. He is a National Fellow of the Explorers Club and serves as a Board Member for several medical non-profit organizations.

Since 2011, Dr. Hatfill has been an Adjunct Assistant Professor in two Departments at a leading University Medical School. He also teaches Tropical Medicine to both biomedical researchers and 18D military special operations personnel at his dedicated jungle facility in Puerto Rico.

He is the lead author of “Three Seconds Until Midnight” prophetically published two months before the COVID-19 pandemic occurred.

Dr. Steven Hatfill meeting with Fauci Panel

Dr. Steven Hatfill is a specialist physician and a virologist with a military background and separate master’s degrees in microbial genetics, radiation biochemistry, and experimental pathology. His medical fellowships include Oxford University, the NIH in Bethesda, and the NRC where he studied the Ebola Virus at the US Army Institute for Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick.

 

From 1986-87 he served as the overwinter medical officer for the South African 27th National Antarctic Expedition. From 1987-1990 he served as a part-time casualty officer (Emergency Medicine) at a major hospital in South Africa. He became board eligible in Hematological Pathology in 1994. Since 2005 he has been involved with teaching the emergency medical response to blast / ballistic injury, and has worked tirelessly to modify these techniques for use in civilian active shooter applications.

 

His background includes chemical demilitarization training at Aberdeen Proving Ground with national certification as an instructor for the Nunn-Lugar Domestic WMD Preparedness program, and training/certification as a United Nations Weapons Inspector for Iraq under the UNMOVIC mandate. In 2015, he trained and helped to establish the Rapid Hemorrhagic Fever Response Teams for the National Medical Disaster Unit in Kenya, Africa.

Dr. Steven Hatfill in Kenya
Dr. Steven Hatfill in Kenya

Dr. Hatfill has numerous peer-reviewed scientific publications and holds the 2017 DDP Edward Teller Award for contributions to the defense of human life and freedom. In 2018, he was awarded Honorary U.S. Army Parachute Wings with Bronze Star, in an exchange at Fort Bragg. He is a National Fellow of the Explorers Club and serves as a Board Member for several medical non-profit organizations.

 

Since 2011, Dr. Hatfill has been an Adjunct Assistant Professor in two Departments at a leading University Medical School. He also teaches Tropical Medicine to both biomedical researchers and 18D military special operations personnel at his dedicated jungle facility in Puerto Rico.

 

He is the lead author of “Three Seconds Until Midnight” prophetically published two months before the COVID-19 pandemic occurred.

Dr. Steven Hatfill meeting with Fauci Panel

Dr. Steven Hatfill is a specialist physician and a virologist with a military background and separate master’s degrees in microbial genetics, radiation biochemistry, and experimental pathology. His medical fellowships include Oxford University, the NIH in Bethesda, and the NRC where he studied the Ebola Virus at the US Army Institute for Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick.

 

From 1986-87 he served as the overwinter medical officer for the South African 27th National Antarctic Expedition. From 1987-1990 he served as a part-time casualty officer (Emergency Medicine) at a major hospital in South Africa. He became board eligible in Hematological Pathology in 1994. Since 2005 he has been involved with teaching the emergency medical response to blast / ballistic injury, and has worked tirelessly to modify these techniques for use in civilian active shooter applications.

 

His background includes chemical demilitarization training at Aberdeen Proving Ground with national certification as an instructor for the Nunn-Lugar Domestic WMD Preparedness program, and training/certification as a United Nations Weapons Inspector for Iraq under the UNMOVIC mandate. In 2015, he trained and helped to establish the Rapid Hemorrhagic Fever Response Teams for the National Medical Disaster Unit in Kenya, Africa.

Dr. Steven Hatfill in Kenya
Dr. Steven Hatfill in Kenya

Dr. Hatfill has numerous peer-reviewed scientific publications and holds the 2017 DDP Edward Teller Award for contributions to the defense of human life and freedom. In 2018, he was awarded Honorary U.S. Army Parachute Wings with Bronze Star, in an exchange at Fort Bragg. He is a National Fellow of the Explorers Club and serves as a Board Member for several medical non-profit organizations.

 

Since 2011, Dr. Hatfill has been an Adjunct Assistant Professor in two Departments at a leading University Medical School. He also teaches Tropical Medicine to both biomedical researchers and 18D military special operations personnel at his dedicated jungle facility in Puerto Rico.

 

He is the lead author of “Three Seconds Until Midnight” prophetically published two months before the COVID-19 pandemic occurred.

Dr. Steven Hatfill meeting with Fauci Panel