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Art and Photo Credits

Excerpt: Photography Cover // Background Photo 006163 // Row 1-RB95-013-003, Private Collection, Private Collection // Row 2-RB95-013-020, RB95-013-011, RB95-013-001, Private // Collection // Row 3-Private Collection, RB95-013-015, Private Collection // P. 49 RB95-026...

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Fas Deflates Fd&D Scare in Unprecedented Hearing

By: S. E. Luria

Excerpt: On May 6, FAS released a 50 page heavily documented study entitled “Is There au R&D Gap?” Analyzing Iong-standing oft-repeated charges of forthcoming Soviet technological superiority based on greater research and development spending the FAS study concluded: The entire episode has been a classical numbers game featuring selective disclosure, questionable assumptions, exaggeratedly precise estimates, misleading language, and alarmist non-sequiteur conclusions.

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Academic S&E Support from Federal Agencies Rose by 8 Percent in Fy...

By: Richard J. Bennof

Excerpt: Federal agencies’ obligations for science and engineering (S&E) activities at universities and colleges increased 8 percent (6 percent when adjusted for inflation) in fiscal year (FY) 1994, to a new high of $13.7 billion. This increase followed last year’s slight decline in Federal academic S&E funding but is consistent with the average annual 9-percent current-dollar increase between 1973 and 1992. This information is based on the latest data from the National ...

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Fy 99 Authorized Defense Article a under Section 38 Aeca

Excerpt: FY 99 Authorized Defense Articlea Under Section 38 AECA...

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Military Burden and Other Relative Indicators

Excerpt: In addition to the basic military indicators -- military expenditures, arms transfers and armed forces -- the main tables also present several basic economic indicators, including gross national product (GNP), central government expenditures (CGE), population, and total trade. Ratios of the military to the economic variables produce relative indicators which give a socio-economic perspective to the military measures.

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 01

Excerpt: DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 2000...

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Treaties in Force

Excerpt: Lend-Lease: Preliminary agreement regarding principles applying to mutual aid in the prosecution of the war against aggression, and exchange of notes. Signed at Washington July 8, 1942; entered into force July 8, 1942. 56 Stat. 1554; EAS 259; 10 Bevans 142; 103 UNTS 277. Mutual aid agreement relating to supplies and services, with accompanying memorandum and exchange of notes. Signed at Washington April 30, 1945; entered into force April 30, 1945. 59 Stat. 1627;...

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Fy 1998 International Military Education and Training Authorized F...

Excerpt: FY 1998 International Military Education and Training Authorized Foreign Countries Under the Provisions of Chapter 5 of the foreign Assistance Act of 1961, As Amended...

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Interception of Wire, Electronic, And Oral Communications for Law ...

By: John M. Deutvh

Excerpt: References: (a) DOD Directive 5200.24 Interception of Wire and Oral Communications for Law Enforcement Purposes, April 3, 1978 (hereby canceled) // (b) Sections 2510-2521, 2701-2711, and 3121-3127 of title 18, United States Code // (c) DOD 0-5505.9-M, Procedures for Wire, Electronic, and Oral Interceptions for Law Enforcement, authorized by this Directive // (d) DOD 5025.1-M, DO Directives System Procedures, August 1994, authorized by DOD Directive 5025.1, June ...

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The National Counterintelligence Strategy of the United States

Preface: The Counterintelligence Enhancement Act of 2002 (50 USC 401) directs that the Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive produce, on an annual basis, a strategy for the counterintelligence programs and activities of the United States Government. This is the first national counterintelligence strategy promulgated pursuant to that Act. President George W. Bush approved The National Counterintelligence Strategy of the United States on March 1, 2005.

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Rifle (Non-Military, All Types)

Excerpt: Rifle (Non-Military, All Types)...

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Fas Public Interest Report Journal of the Federation of American S...

By: Andrew M. Sessler

Excerpt: Secrecy in government is fundamentally incongruous with the ideal of a democratic society. When secrecy extends beyond the bounds that are consensually recognized as necessary to the national well-being- such as protection of personal privacy, trade secrets, and certain limited areas of defense and intelligence- serious abuses can and do result.

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Appendix a : Chronological List of Vice Presidents, And Location o...

Excerpt: Appendix A: Chronological List of Vice Presidents, and Location of Marble Busts in the Vice Presidential Bust Collection...

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Vibrational Softening in -Uranium

By: Michael E. Manley

Excerpt: About the time this issue of Los Alamos Science was going to press, we obtained new experimental results on atomic vibrations in uranium. These results help answer questions raised when Andrew Lawson and coworkers of Los Alamos rediscovered vibrational softening in the early 1990s. Although softening had been observed at least three times earlier, the most important questions about the phenomenon were never addressed experimentally: What is the nature of vibrati...

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Training Equipment (All Types)

Excerpt: Training Equipment (All Types)...

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Weapon Use and Violent Crime

By: Craig A. Perkins

Excerpt: Estimates from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) indicate that between 1993 and 2001 approximately 26% of the average annual 8.9 million violent victimizations were committed by offenders armed with a weapon. About 10% of the violent victimizations involved a firearm. From 1993 through 2001 violent crime declined 54%; weapon violence went down 59%; and firearm violence, 63%. Males, American Indians, and Hispanics, the young, and those with the lowes...

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Quadrennial Defense Review Report

Excerpt: On September 11, 2001, the United States came under vicious, bloody attack. Americans died in their places of work. They died on American soil. They died not as combatants, but as innocent victims. They died not from traditional armies waging traditional campaigns, but from the brutal, faceless weapons of terror. They died as the victims of war -- a war that many had feared but whose sheer horror took America by surprise.

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Civil Trial Cases and Verdicts in Large Counties, 1996

By: Carol J. Defrances, Ph. D.

Excerpt: State courts of general jurisdiction in the Nation’s 75 largest counties disposed of by trial over 15,000 tort, contract, and real property rights cases between January and December 1996. About 70% of the trial cases were decided by a jury and 30% by a judge. Tort claims comprised 66% of the trial cases disposed. Plaintiffs won in 52% of trial cases and were awarded $3 billion in compensatory and punitive damages. The median total award was $33,000. The majority...

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Levi Parsons Morton

By: Frank Edwin Elwell

Excerpt: In 1890, with Levi P. Morton still in office, the Joint Committee on president of the United States as well as the Library included his name among vice presidents to be memo-a U.S. representative. He was born in Shoreham, Vermont, but lived most of his by marble portrait busts in the Senate Chamber. With the adult life in New York State. Having established a successful dry goods company, Elwell to execute the work. About a decade earlier, Morton had Morton rose ...

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107Th Congress

By: Rob Simmons

Excerpt: Florida House of Representatives, Florida Senate...

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