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Defense Security Cooperation Agency Excess Defense Articles-Tracki...

Excerpt: Defense Security Cooperation Agency Excess Defense Articles -- Tracking Report For FY2000...

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Pistols and Revolvers Spare Parts

Excerpt: Pistols & Revolvers...

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Geochemical Studies of the Moon and Planets

By: William C. Feldman

Excerpt: An outgrowth of the space-based Treaty Verification and Proliferation Detection Programs at Los Alamos was the fielding of experiments to determine the elemental composition of the moon and Mars. Our instruments, which included neutron, gamma-ray, and alpha-particle spectrometers, flew aboard Lunar Prospector and Mars Odyssey missions sponsored by NASA and were tailored into a small package to meet the scientific objectives of these missions. All four Los Alamos...

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General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan (Gcip)

Executive Summary: The General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan (GCIP) addresses issues identified by the White House Task Force Review of the U.S. Counterdrug Intelligence Centers and Activities. The Review was commissioned in September 1997 by the Attorney General, the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), the Secretary of the Treasury, and the Director of National Drug Control Policy, and was supported by the Secretaries of Defense, Transportation, and State. The Revie...

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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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Aviation Security Further Steps Needed to Strengthen the Security ...

By: Cathleen A. Berrick

Excerpt: In November 2001, shortly after the September 11 terrorist attacks, President Bush signed into law the Aviation and Transportation Security Act, or ATSA (Pub. L. No. 107-71). The act established the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), giving it responsibility for securing all modes of transportation, including aviation. One of TSA’s first challenges imposed by the act was to improve the security of airline passenger and baggage screening activities, ac...

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Secretary of State Colin L. Powell Written Remarks Submitted To: T...

By: Colin L. Powell

Excerpt: Mr. Chairman, Mr. Vice Chairman, Members of the Commission, thank you for the opportunity to appear before you regarding the events leading up to and following the murderous terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. It is my hope, as I know it is yours, that through the hard work of this Commission, and other bodies like it, our country can improve the way we wage the war on terror and, in particular, better protect our homeland and the American people. I am plea...

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Islamic Rulings on Warfare

By: H. Aboul Enein

Excerpt: Lieutenant Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein wishes to thank the Chicago Public Library and Pentagon librarians for making the Arabic books and materials available. He thanks the U.S. Army War College for inviting him to lecture yearly on Islamic militant ideology, which helped him formulate ideas for this monograph. Thanks are also due to Mr. Matthew Harsha-Strong, a student of ethics, politics, and economics at Yale University; and his wife, Cheryl Anne. Dr. Sheri...

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Dsca-Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 02

Excerpt: DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 02...

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Technical Data Misc

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Information Operations

By: John P. Jumper

Excerpt: Information has long been a key part of human competition- those with a superior ability to gather, understand, control, and use information have always had a substantial advantage on the battlefield. From the earliest recorded battles to the most recent military operations, history is full of examples of how the right information at the right time has influenced military struggles. The Air Force recognizes the importance of gaining a superior information advant...

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Chemical Warfare

By: Zbigniew Brzezinski

Excerpt: The President has directed that the Special Coordination Committee undertake a review of the US chemical warfare (CW) posture with a view toward developing C W arms limitation options.

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In the Supreme Court of the United States

By: Wilson M. Brown

Excerpt: Petitioners are the respondents, or heirs of the respondents, in United States v. Reynolds, 345 U.S. 1 (1953). On February 26, 2003, they submitted to the Clerk of this Court for filing a Petition for a Writ of Error Coram Nobis to Remedy Fraud upon This Court, a true copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit “A” (“the Petition”). The Petition asks this Court to issue an extraordinary writ of error coram nobis to vacate its decision and mandate in Reynolds. Al...

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The Guidelines

By: Jim Bradley

Excerpt: To Our Customers, The United States Government Printing Office (GPO) is dedicated to providing you, our customers, the best possible publishing product at the lowest possible price, while meeting each customer’s important deadline. To do this effectively, the GPO will develop customized solutions for meeting your publishing needs and services. These solutions will offer a fully integrated approach, including creating, packaging, disseminating, storing, preservin...

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Fingerprint Vendor Technology Evaluation 2003 Appendix a Announcem...

Excerpt: Description: The U. S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, MD seeks to identify potential sources that currently can provide, or will soon be able to provide, commercially available, or soon-to-be commercially available, fingerprint identification and verification systems. This fedbizopps posting is strictly a sources sought notice that part of a technology research survey that is being conducted for pla...

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Joint Strike Fighter (Jsf) Program : Background, Status, And Issues

By: Christopher Bolkcom

Summary: The Defense Department’s Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) is one of three aircraft programs at the center of current debate over tactical aviation, the others being the Air Force F/A-22 fighter and the Navy F/A-18E/F fighter/attack plane. In November 1996, the Defense Department selected two major aerospace companies, Boeing and Lockheed Martin, to demonstrate competing designs for the JSF, a joint-service and multi-role fighter/attack plane. On October 26, 2001, the ...

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Instabilities and Turbulence

By: Didier Besnard

Excerpt: When the interface between two materials experiences strong accelerative Francis H. Harlow, or shearing forces, the inevitable results are instability, turbulence, and the mixing of materials, momentum, and energy. One of the most important and exciting breakthroughs in our understanding of these disruptive Rick Rauenzahn, processes has been the recent discovery that the features of the processes often are and Jonathan Wolfe independent of the initial interface ...

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Correction to Presidential Directive/Nsc-31

By: D. Van Taasef

Excerpt: The first paragraph of PD-31 refers to a February 2, 1978 Attorney General memo, T h i s should be February -9, 1978 Attorney General memo.

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Additional Views of Senator Saxby Chambliss with Senator Orrin G. ...

By: Christopher S. Bond

Excerpt: Since the December 2002 submission of the report of the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and Aper the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001, little progress has been made in two areas which we view as key to improving the US. Intelligence Community: information sharing and human intelligence (HUMINT) collection. We also believe it is important to address a third issue which became the center of controversy with regard to this report,...

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Report Together with Dissenting Views

Excerpt: The Committee on Financial Services, to whom was referred the bill (H.R. 10) to provide for reform of the intelligence community, terrorism prevention and prosecution, border security, and international cooperation and coordination, and for other purposes, having considered the same, report favorably thereon with an amendment and recommend that the bill as amended do pass.

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