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Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Asian and Pacific Affairs R...

By: Richard Lawless

Excerpt: As Vice Minister Chen discussed this morning, it is sometimes difficult to describe and appreciate just how much how democracy is changing the shape and structure of the entire military establishment in Taiwan. The move to full civilian control would be enough to challenge any defense establishment, but at the same time, Taiwan is trying to promote jointness, something our military continues to struggle with since 1984. This is all being accomplished while attem...

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Military Training Limitations Exist Overseas but Are Not Reflected...

Excerpt: Rigorous, realistic training is one of the keys to military readiness. All United States military forces, including the approximately 240,000 military personnel stationed outside the continental United States (CONUS), conduct frequent training exercises to hone and maintain their warfighting skills. About 110,000 U.S. military personnel are stationed in Europe and 130,000 in the Pacific, including the states of Hawaii and Alaska. (See app. I for maps showing the...

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A-E Bill Recommitted

Excerpt: The current Atomic l, s stormy career in the Senate was climbed on, when the upper house...

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Chemistry Research Instrumentation and Facilities : Departmental M...

By: Joan M. Frye

Excerpt: The Chemistry Research Instrumentation and Facilities Program (CRIF) is structured to enable the National Science Foundation's Division of Chemistry to respond to a variety of needs for infrastructure--instrumentation and facilities--that promotes research and education in areas traditionally supported by the Division (see the NSF Guide to Programs for more information). The Departmental Multi-User Instrumentation component of CRIF provides funds to universities...

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Psychophysiological Detection of Deception Accuracy Rates Obtained...

Introduction: The psychophysiological detection of deception (PDD) is a procedure routinely used by United States Department of Defense (DO), various law enforcement agencies, and officers of the court, to determine an individual's truthfulness concerning topics of interest ( Office of Technology Assessment, 1983; Lykken, 1981). In theory, the examinee's physiologic reactivity varies with the personal relevance of presented stimuli and, more so, w i t h attempts to conce...

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James Danforth Quayle

By: Frederick E. Hart

Excerpt: Artist Frederick Hart was finishing the clay model of the senator, and Vice President, was born Dan Quayle bust for the Senate’s Vice Presidential Bust in Indianapolis, Indiana. Quayle served in the Indiana National Guard from 1969 to Collection when he died suddenly in 1999. Quayle sat 1975, established a law practice in his on two occasions for Hart at his studio in Hume, Virginia, home state, and worked as associate pub-and a life mask was made of the vice pr...

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Suggested Report Card Formats

Excerpt: Suggested Report Card Formats...

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Ayudarlo a Superar El Impacto Emocional de Actos Terroristas

By: John W. Gillis

Excerpt: Los actos terroristas del 11 de Septiembre de 2001 han sacudido profundamente nuestro sentido de seguridad y de bienestar emocional. Cada uno de nosotros ha sido cambiado para siempre por esta tragedia horrenda, pero somos una nacion fuerte, firme en nuestro patriotismo y determinada en nuestra resolucion de encontrar la manera de hacer frente a nuestras perdidas. Es difícil tratar de comprender estos actos atroces que fueron perpetrados contra personas inocente...

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Carbine (All Types)

Excerpt: Carbine (All Types)...

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

Excerpt: For Offical Use Only DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 98...

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Autorisation de Divulgation D’Informations a la Securite Sociale (...

Excerpt: Je, soussigne, autorise et demande la divulgation (y compris par voie ecrite, orale et electronique) : Tous les dossiers et autres renseignements concernant mes traitements, hospitalisations et soins externes pour mon/ mes infirmite(s), y compris, mais sans toutefois s’y limiter pour : // Troubles psychologiques, psychiatriques et autres troubles mentaux (a l’exclusion des « notes de psychotherapie », definies dans 45 CFR 164.501) // Toxicomanie, alcoolisme et a...

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Securities and Exchange Commission

By: Jonathan G. Katz

Excerpt: October 20, 2004. On September 28, 2004, Ryder System, Inc., a Florida corporation (‘‘Issuer’’), filed an application with the Securities and Exchange Commission (‘‘Commission’’), pursuant to section 12(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (‘‘Act’’) 1 and Rule 12d2–2(d) thereunder,2 to withdraw its common stock, $.50 par value (‘‘Security’’), from listing and registration on the Archipelago Exchange (‘‘ArcaEx’’), a facility of the Pacific Exchange, Inc. (‘‘PCX’’)...

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Air Command and Staff College Air University High-Speed Flight and...

By: Matthew H. Molloy

Excerpt: This paper addresses how future high-speed flight vehicles could support military operations. High-speed flight, for the purposes of this paper, encompasses both sustained supersonic cruise and hypersonic flight (Mach 5 or faster). Research indicates that environmentally-friendly supersonic transports and hypersonic technologies are within twenty years of maturation. I believe now is the time for the military to start building a “high-speed roadmap” toward their...

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Radiation Hazards Controls Impede A-Use

By: Donald J. Hughes

Excerpt: The available facts o“ the hotly debated problem of “Genetic Effects of Fallout” have been together and their implications examined by several members of the FA? Cambridge. Their report, submitted to the VA Council at its New York meeting on Feb. 3, is summarized below. At the Council’s request, the FA member.

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Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner

By: Raymond C. Fisher

Excerpt: A multidisciplinary response is needed to serve victims of sexual assault, and OVC anticipates that individuals from many disciplines, not just forensic nursing, will use this guide to aid their efforts in establishing and operating a SANE program. Indeed, the impetus driving the development of several SANE programs has come from law enforcement, sexual assault victim advocates, and others. Therefore, this guide was written from the perspective that not everyone...

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Defendant's Response to Plaintiff's Reply to Opposition to Strike ...

By: Kenneth L. Wainstein

Excerpt: Plaintiff commenced this action under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. S 552 (1996 & West Supp. 2004), seeking the disclosure of certain intelligence budget information for fiscal years 1947 through 1970. On July 20, 2004, plaintiff filed a Motion for Summary Judgment. Defendant simultaneously opposed plaintiff's motion and filed a cross-motion for Summary: judgment on September 15, 2004. Accompanying defendant's cross motion was the Declaration o...

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Appendix a : Statistical Treatment of Assay Data

By: R. Douglasoidell

Excerpt: his appendix provides a brief discussion of the statistical treatment of nondestructive assay data. It contains several useful statistical formulas and procedures for estimating assay errors. The discussion considers random errors (assay precision) only. There is no consideration of the often serious problem of systematic errors (assay bias). For a more thorough discussion of assay precision and bias, please refer to textbooks on statistics.

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Israel : U. S. Foreign Assistance

By: Clyde R. Mark

Summary: Israel is not economically self-sufficient, and relies on foreign assistance and borrowing to maintain its economy. Since 1985, the United States has provided $3 billion in grants annually to Israel. Since 1976, Israel has been the largest annual recipient of U.S. foreign assistance, and is the largest cumulative recipient since World War II. In addition to U.S. assistance, it is estimated that Israel receives about $1 billion annually through philanthropy, an e...

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Field and Spins

Excerpt: A field has costly one component, so it can be written as q (x.y), where x is the 4-dimensional space-time coordinate and y is the coordinate for the fifth dimension. We will assume that the fifth dimension is a little circle with radius R, where R is independent of x. (After this example, we examine the generalizations to more than five dimensions and to fields carrying nonzero spin in the higher dimensions.)

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Course, Curriculum, And Laboratory Improvement (Ccli) Educational ...

Excerpt: Undergraduate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education prepares students to participate as citizens in a technological society, to enter the workforce after obtaining a two- or four-year degree, to continue their formal education in graduate or professional school, or to further their education later in life in response to new career goals or workplace expectations. The Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) program’s majo...

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