Department of Defense Appropriations for ..., Part 2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1991
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Page 193 - USSOCOM has forces employed hi 32 different countries in every region of the world. These soldiers, sailors and airmen are professional instruments of US policy. They are forward employed, performing their respective missions every day of the year, from the grass roots level — where the problems are — to the ambassadorial level, giving advice and assistance and coordinating requirements, all for carrying out the interests of the United States. For example, USSOCOM's special operations, psychological...
Page 106 - Distinguished Service Medal, Silver Star (with Oak Leaf Cluster), Legion of Merit (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters), Bronze Star Medal with V...
Page 304 - to deploy forces to the US Central Command area of responsibility and take actions in concert with host nation forces, friendly regional forces and other allies to defend against an Iraqi attack on Saudi Arabia and be prepared to conduct other operations as directed.
Page 294 - This authorization is for the following purposes: a. to effect the immediate, complete and unconditional withdrawal of all Iraqi forces from Kuwait; b.
Page 78 - ... 1990s differs markedly from the past. This will be a decade of development, more than of production. Scaling back production helps us to (1) preserve our technological superiority through ambitious research and development, (2) procure high priority systems at more efficient rates, and (3) lay the foundation for sustaining US military strength through the year 2000 and beyond.
Page 216 - ... logistical support. In the past, special operations forces have depended on the services' in-place logistical support structures to meet the bulk of SOF sustainment requirements. However, as service structures are drawn down, it can be expected that forward deployed logistical infrastructures will be reduced.
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Page 243 - To this end, the study is sponsored jointly by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict (OASD/SO/LIC) and the Office of the Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs (DOS/R).
Page 185 - ... And we will be happy to hear your oral presentation. STATEMENT OF DALE JOHANSEN, ON BEHALF OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REGULATORY UTILITY COMMISSIONERS; AND DUDLEY DIXON, MAYOR, CITY OF WESTLAKE, LA Mr. JOHANSEN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. We do have some prepared testimony that has been presented for the record but I would like to take just a few minutes to summarize the thrust of our written testimony, and then I would also offer myself open to any questions that you may have on the issues...
Page 106 - ... Binnicker was selected for the 33 Year Extended Tenure Program. He became senior enlisted adviser to the commander, Tactical Air Command, Langley Air Force Base, Va., in May 1985. He assumed his present duties in July 1986. His military decorations and awards include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with three oak leaf clusters, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster, Vietnam Service Medal with three service stars,...

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