Native American populations have frequently been used as test subjects for medical experiments. This broadcast focuses on the possibility that Native American populations in New Mexico and Alaska may have been utilized as human guinea pigs in the testing of biological warfare agents. The program discusses background information about military research into the rodent-borne hanta virus as a possible biological warfare agent. The broadcast also analyzes the probability that AIDS stems from the marriage of biological warfare and genetic engineering. The program discusses the hanta outbreak among the Navaho in 1993 and AIDS outbreaks among the Native Americans of the Kenai peninsula in Alaska in the early 1980s. Some observers have suggested that the New Mexico outbreak may have resulted from testing or accidental spreading of biological warfare contaminants from nearby Fort Wingate. In addition, the Alaska outbreak may very well have originated with the administration of the same experimental hepatitis B vaccine that appears to have been the vehicle for infection of other population groups with AIDS.