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Apparent Inconsistencies in How the Administration Handles Allegat...

By: Tom Davis

Excerpt: Dear Ms. Rice: I am writing to you in your role as the highest ranking White House official responsible for security matters to seek information regarding apparent inconsistencies in how the Administration handles allegations regarding the release of sensitive information. This week, within one day of former Secretary of Treasury Paul O7Neill's television interview in which he voiced criticism of the Bush Administration, the Administration publicly announced it ...

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For Official Use Only Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Delive...

Excerpt: For Offical Use Only DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 99...

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Use of Government Funds for Video News Releases

By: Joshua B. Bolten

Excerpt: Last month, the Comptroller General circulated a memorandum to Executive Branch departments and agencies purporting to provide guidance from the General Accountability Office (“GAO”) as to how appropriated funds may be used for video news releases (“VNRs”) consistent with legal restrictions on the use of such funds for “publicity or propaganda purposes.” B-304272, Feb. 17, 2005. That guidance conflicts with the views of the Department of Justice’s Office of Lega...

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 2000

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

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Vertical Launching System (Vls) Mk 41– Strike-Length Module

Excerpt: Ship Services Required: // Low-pressure air...225 psi // Freshwater..55 gallons (tank and lines) // Saltwater: // Deluge...320 gal/min at 105 psi // Sprinkling..1,050 gal/min at 65 psi // Drainage...1,370 gal/min // Cooling...135,000 btu/hour // Heating...65,000 btu/hour...

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Abu Sayyaf : Target of Philippine-U. S. Anti-Terrorism Cooperation

By: Larry A. Niksch

Excerpt: President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo voiced strong support for the United States in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. The Philippines, she said, is prepared to “go every step of the way” with the United States. President Arroyo allowed U.S. military forces to use Filipino ports and airfields to support military operations in Afghanistan. She cited morality and Philippine national interests as reasons for her pro-U.S. stand. She defined the n...

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Surface Combatants

By: Richard Davis

Excerpt: The Navy currently spends about $3 billion each year to modernize its surface combatant force. The high cost of these ships, especially the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer at about $870 million per ship, raises questions about whether the Navy will be able to sustain the fleet size it says is needed to achieve U.S. national security objectives. As a result of these concerns, GAO initiated a review to determine (1) the basis for the Navy’s current and future force ...

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 2000

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National Reconnaissance Office External Agreement

By: Keith R. Hall

Excerpt: Synopsis: This directive prescribes a uniform management process for the development, coordination, and maintenance of agreements between the National Reconnaissance Office (NKO) and any external organization/agency. B. NRO external agreements are entered into pursuant to the National Security Act of 1947, 50 U.S.C. 5401 note, as amended; Central Intelligence Agency Act of 1949, 50 U.S.C. S403a, et seq., as amended; 10 U.S.C. 8113; Executive Order 12333; Departm...

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For Official Use Only Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Delive...

Excerpt: For Offical Use Only DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 99...

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Propellant Management

By: James W. Monroe

Excerpt: This guide provides information and methods for the safe and efficient storage and management of propellants and propelling charges. It supplements information contained in SB 742-1, SB 742-1300-94-895, TM 9-1300-214, SW020-AE-SAF-010 and other sources. Rocket/Guided Missile propellants are not addressed.

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Nuclear Missiles Near Cities

Excerpt: It has recently become apparent that the Army is planning to place a major nuclear missile installation, part of the controversial “Sentinel” antiballistic missile system, in the immediate vicinity of Chicago. Installation of antiballistic missiles (ABMs) near population centers seems contrary to the general plans for the Sentinel program, as presented to Congress by spokesmen for the Department of Defense in the course of the past year. Those spokesmen emphasiz...

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Compliance with This Instruction Is Mandatory

Excerpt: This instruction prescribes standard operational procedures for use by pilots who operate USAF U-2 aircraft. It implements policy in AFPD 11-2, Flight Rules and Procedures. When the guidance in this instruction duplicates, changes, or conflicts with already published information contained in other ACC documents, the material in this publication takes precedence. This publication does not apply to Air National Guard (ANG) or Air Force Reserve (AFRES) members. Uni...

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New Haven, Connecticut, Hezekiah Augur Was the Chief Justice of th...

By: Oliver Ellsworth

Excerpt: Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Hezekiah Augur was the chief justice of the United States, Oliver son of a carpenter-joiner who discouraged the boy from Ellsworth was described by a contemporary as “tall, dignified, and commanding.” Born in Windsor, Connecticut, son to the dry goods trade. Though a failure as a merchant, Ellsworth was educated at Yale and Augur invented a lace-making machine that brought him Princeton. He practiced law, served as a judge of the ...

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An Unresolved Game. . . The Role of the Intelligence Services in t...

By: Andrzej Zybertowicz

Abstract: The paper provides an overview of the role of secret services in contemporary Poland. The author draws, among other things, upon his previous publications as well as on new research undertook for the present study. He briefly sketches the legacy of the communist services and then focuses on executive and legislative oversight of intelligence agencies. Though various legally anchored instruments have already been introduced the author expresses concern that the ...

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

By: Robert M. Solow

Excerpt: On April 26 President Clinton issued a directive that establishes an official classification reform process. A task force, composed primarily of classification officials from the Reagan and Bush Administrations, has...

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Training of Nro Personnel

By: Keith R. Hall

Excerpt: Synopsis: Trained and educated personnel are a critical resource with which the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) accomplishes its mission. Quality military and civilian training and development programs are essential in maximizing the efficiency of NRO personnel in the performance of their duties. This directive prescribes policy on the eligibility for and funding of training for government personnel who are assigned to the NRO.

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Mps Distinguished International Postdoctoral Research Fellowships ...

By: John Stevens

Excerpt: Synopsis of Program: The Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS) of the National Science Foundation (NSF) announces a special opportunity for postdoctoral investigators to conduct research projects abroad as MPS Distinguished International Postdoctoral Research Fellows (MPS-DRF). The objective of this activity is to provide talented recent doctoral recipients in the mathematical and physical sciences an effective means of establishing internatio...

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Annual Report 2001 National Security Service

By: K. G. de Vries

Excerpt: International Terrorism: In the past year the world was confronted with a serious aggravation of the international security situation. Dramatic events demonstrated that the rapidly expanding transnational network of Muslim extremists has developed an inconceivable strike power. The simultaneous attacks in New York and Washington on 11 September did not only hit the heart of the United States, but also the entire international community. Since then a hurriedly se...

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National Drug Control Strategy

Excerpt: I. Executive Summary: The President’s FY 2004 Budget provides the necessary resources to reduce drug use in America. The budget includes funding for each of the Strategy’s principal priorities. Critical support continues for Priority I of the Strategy – Stopping Drug Use Before it Starts. Resources are provided to help teach young people how to avoid drug use. In addition, significant new funding also is provided for Priority II of the Strategy – Healing America...

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