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Worldwide Equipment Guide

By: Tom Redman

Excerpt: This Worldwide Equipment Guide (WEG) serves as an interim guide for use in training, simulations, and modeling until the publication of equipment FM. The WEG supports the draft OPFOR FM series (100-7) for the Contemporary Operational Environment (COE). It provides the basic characteristics of selected equipment and weapons systems readily available to the OPFOR, and generally listed in either FM 100-60, Armor- and Mechanized-Based Opposing Force: Organization Gu...

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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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Test Ban Talks Dead Locked

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Security of U.S. Government Personnel in Panama

By: D. Van Taasef

Excerpt: Congress which provides for the transfer of fun department or agency to the Agency purpose. AID should take the legislation. The o AID as required.

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Federal Drug Offenders, 1999 with Trends 1984-99

By: Federal Drug Offenders, 1999 with Trends 1984 99

Excerpt: During 1999 U.S. attorneys evaluated for prosecution 38,288 persons referred by Federal law enforcement agencies and who were suspected of drug offenses. Thirty-one percent of these suspects were involved with marijuana; 28%, with cocaine powder; 15%, crack cocaine; 15%, methamphetamine; 7%, opiates; and 3%, other drugs.

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A Tale of Two Diagrams

By: Siegfried S. Hecker

Excerpt: It is difficult to believe that in 1999, more than 50 years after the Manhattan Project, the authors as well as other scientists from Russia and the United States still disagreed about the stability of the o-phase plutonium gallium (Pu-Ga) alloys used in nuclear weapons. Typically, the face-centered cubic (FCC) o-phase of plutonium, which is malleable and easily shaped, is retained down to ambient temperatures by the addition of gallium or aluminum. But do those...

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Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration

Excerpt: This data sheet which is a part of type certificate No. A9EA prescribes conditions and limitations under which the product for which the type certificate was issued meets the airworthiness requirements of the Civil Air Regulations. Type Certificate Model DHC-6-1 (Prototype and four Pre-Production A/C) (Normal Category), Approved June 22, 1966 by the FAA and April 7, 1966 by the Canadian Department of Transport (DOT)...

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Student Achievement through Usi

Excerpt: Symptom Distress Scale (Adapted from Symptom Checklist-90): The Symptom Checklist (SCL) is a self-report instrument intended to measure severity of psychiatric symptoms on a number of different subscales. Its earlier version, Hopkins Symptom Checklist (HSCL-58; Mattsson et al. 1969), had 58 items and was reported to measure four to six symptom dimensions (Williams et al. 1968; Mattsson et al. 1969; Lipman et al. 1969; Derogatis et al. 1971; Derogatis et al. 1972).

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Recommendations December 10, 2002

Excerpt: Since the National Security Act’s establishment of the Director of Central Intelligence and the Central Intelligence Agency in 1947, numerous independent commissions, experts, and legislative initiatives have examined the growth and performance of the U.S. Intelligence Community. While those efforts generated numerous proposals for reform over the years, some of the most significant proposals have not been implemented, particularly in the areas of organization a...

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Immigrants Are 23 Percent of U. S. Residents with S&E Doctorates

By: Mark C. Regets

Excerpt: Residents With S&E Doctorates: In this publication the terms “immigrant” and “foreign-born” refer to those born outside of the United States or U.S. territories to parents who were not U.S. citizens at the time. Of immigrants with doctoral degrees in science and engineering, 54.9 percent are U.S. citizens. Immigrants make up a significant proportion of U.S. personnel trained in science and engineering- 9.8 percent of bachelor’s degree holders and 23.0 percent of...

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Travaye Etranje Ak Nimewo Sekirite Sosyal

Excerpt: Travaye Etranje ak Nimewo Sekirite Sosyal Èske ou ap travay nan Etazini pou yon bout tan? Si ou ap travay pou yon bout tan, patwon ou la pral mande ou nimewo Sekirite Sosyal ou. Yo sevi ak nimewo Sekirite Sosyal yo pou repote ba gouvenman an lajan ou touche. Yo ka bay etranje ki ap travay nan Etazini Nimewo Sekirite Sosyal.

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107Th Congress

By: Pat Tiberi

Excerpt: Ohio House of Representatives...

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Underwater Explosion of a Nuclear Bond

By: John Von Neumann

Excerpt: This report discusses the principal phenomena which are expected to be of importance in the underwater explosion of a nuclear bomb...

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The Recall of Columbus

By: Augustus Goodyear Heaton

Excerpt: Here, as a royal messenger intercepts the sailor with the startling again to the delays and equivocations of but welcome news, there is no spurring in speed, no hastening with the court. When he was informed, however, alacrity, not even a turning of the reins to be seen. Instead, every one of the sudden zeal for the enterprise excited in the mind of the queen, and the positive of the six figures and five animals remain stock-still, gestures frozen. The promise s...

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I Have Since Researched the Matter and Concluded…The Budget Rider ...

Excerpt: When then Governor King signed the FY'82 budget into law on July 21, 1981, and it became Chapter 351 of the Acts of 1981, he vetoed section 99...Section 99 was one of seventy seven sections in the general appropriation act disapproved by the Governor, prompting the House of Representatives, where most of the sections originated, to ask the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts whether the Governor had the constitutional power to disapprove such items. Opinion ...

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

By: Carl Kaysen

Excerpt: More generally, confidence building measures concerning missiles need to be discussed more intensively. In particular, China should ask to be included in the U.S.-Russian Exchange of Information on Missile Launches and Early Warning.

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 2000

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National Imagery and Mapping Agency (Nima) Limited Distribution Im...

By: Paul D. Wolfowitz

Excerpt: References: // (a) DOD Instruction 5030.59, Defense Mapping Agency (DMA) Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy (MC&G) Data; Public Availability and Exceptions, January 19, 1993 (hereby canceled) // (b) Section 455 of title 10, United States Code, Maps, Charts and Geodetic Data: Public Availability; Exceptions // (c) DOD Directive 5105.60, National Imagery and Mapping Agency, October 11, 1996 // (d) DOD 5400.7- R, DO Freedom of Information Act Program, September 4, 1998...

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Crs Report for Congress Received through the Crs Web Dod's Nationa...

By: Barbara L. Schwemle

Summary: Title XI of the National Defense Authorization Act for FY2004, P.L. 108-136, includes provisions on a National Security Personnel System (NSPS) for the Department of Defense (DOD) and provisions on personnel management that are applicable government-wide. The law was enacted on November 24, 2003.

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Specification for Imitation Gold Stamping Foil

Excerpt: General Requirements: The stamping foil is to perform satisfactorily on a stamping press equipped with an automatic feed attachment using brass dies. The stamping surface will be coated with a pyroxylin or other nonmigratory resin having a skiver grain. The gold stamping foil will be used in passport production operations.

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