Department of Defense Appropriations for ..., Part 2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1989
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Page 367 - The committee will come to order This morning the committee will hear testimony from various witnesses.
Page 440 - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, I very much appreciate the opportunity to appear before you today In support of four public works projects in my district, the 13th Congressional District of Ohio.
Page 222 - Command extends from the west coast of the United States to the east coast of Africa, from the Arctic to the Antarctic.
Page 350 - We must counterbalance the Soviet effort, or their strategy will prove correct. Terrorist Threat The threat of international terrorism is currently one of the most serious problems facing the United States and the countries within Central Command's Area of Responsibility. The level of terrorism remains a constant concern and serves as a destabilizing factor throughout the region. Over 60 terrorist groups are currently known to exist in the region. Moreover, a growing percentage of the population...
Page 367 - Distinguished Service Medal. Legion of Merit (with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters). Bronze star Medal with "V
Page 135 - Navas has received the following decorations: the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with oak leaf cluster, Air Medal and Army Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters.
Page 344 - Sudan The largest country in Africa, and bordering eight countries and the Red Sea, Sudan has the potential to control the headwaters of the Nile, thus, affecting the economic lifeblood of Egypt. Politically, a pro-Egypt/pro-West, or even a neutral Sudan acts as a buffer between the pro-Soviet countries of Libya and Ethiopia, thereby preventing the isolation of Egypt from the rest of Africa by a crescent of hostile states on its western and southern flanks. However, since independence in 1956, Sudan...
Page 4 - DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY, Washington, DC, July 11, 1958.
Page 83 - My warfighting priority is to maintain our antisubmarine warfare capability in the face of the rapidly improving quality of Soviet submarines. The Soviets are incorporating quieting technology in every new and overhauled submarine, and this has seriously reduced our detection capability. While we are still slightly ahead, the Soviet quieting trend indicates their best may soon equal ours. They continue...
Page 125 - The Clerk will call the roll. [The Clerk proceeded to call the roll.] Mr.

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