Deseret News marketing director Steve Handy displays the War in the Gulf map, which is available at the Deseret News offices for $5 or by mail for $6. The multicolor map, produced in conjunction with the Associated Press and Hammond Map Co., will help readers follow developments in the Mideast. It includes historical perspective and a chronology of developments since the invasion of Kuwait in August 1990. The map, which measures 25 inches by 38 inches, also shows oil fields, tanker routes and major pipelines and includes close-up maps of Kuwait and Iraq. Details on the armaments of the allied forces in comparison to those of Iraq and an inset map of military bases in Saudi Arabia are also included.