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Fy 02 Authorized Semi-Auto Assault Weapons under Section 38 Aeca (...

Excerpt: The percentage breakdown between the export to military/law enforcement and private individuals for semi-auto assault weapons (illegal to possess in U.S.) reference above are as followings...

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The Disarm Journal of International Security Assistance Management

By: Craig M. Brandt

Excerpt: In this issue we feature the Air Force’s Electronic Systems Center, the Center of Excellence for providing command, control, and information systems to support not only our own forces but also those of our allies. Since the Gulf War, it has been obvious that coalition warfare is in the forefront of military planning, and the interoperability of command and control systems is vital to successful military engagement. At ESC, the international and foreign military ...

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Position Title: Customer Services Business Manager

Excerpt: Summary Of Duties / Responsibilities: The incumbent in this position serves as an expert in the Office of the Managing Director, leading the organization in the development of sales and marketing innovations that will perpetuate an increase in Government publishing printing market share and associated revenues. Duties also encompass implementation of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Compact; as well as the establishment and delivery of comprehensive tra...

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Joint Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for Airlift Support to Jo...

By: Carlton W. Fulford

Excerpt: Airlift operates across the range of military operations performing six broad tasks: deployment, employment, redeployment, sustainment, aeromedical evacuation (AE), and military operations other than war, such as foreign humanitarian assistance and noncombatant evacuation operations. Airlift is a cornerstone of global force projection. It provides the means to rapidly deploy and redeploy forces, on short notice, to any location worldwide. Airlift’s characteristi...

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Federal Research Funds : A Further Squeeze

By: Frank T. Bow

Excerpt: As the first session of the 90th Congress draws to a C1OS% it is clear that President Johnson’s legislative program has been badly gutted. A number of factors-the rising economic and emotional costs of the Vietnam war, a general fiscal squeeze, Democratic congressional leadership, a stronger conservative coalition, and growing antipathy between the legislative and executive branches- combined to produce a Congress this year that ignored or drastically altered ma...

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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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The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas - Lubbo...

By: Thomas Campbell Butler

Excerpt: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC), located in Lubbock, Texas, was a public health care institution operated by the State of Texas. Its mission and operation was the education of doctors, the treatment of patients, and for medical research. Its doctors and staff were employees of the State of Texas. TTUHSC’s Department of Internal Medicine received benefits from federally funded health insurance carrier programs, predominantly Medicare, in amo...

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Reu Site Awards: Guidelines for Use of Nsf Fastlane Project Report...

Excerpt: All NSF-funded projects are required to use the FastLane Project Reports System for annual and final reports. To assist you in doing so for your REU Site, we of the NSF REU Team have prepared some simple guidelines. We urge you to use the guidelines so that your reports will provide not only the kind of information needed by NSF, but also will enter that information into the FastLane Project Reports System in ways consistent across the REU program. The Foundatio...

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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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Emergence of the Escort Carriers

By: Scot Macdonald

Excerpt: Toward the end of World War I, Great Britain experimented in converting light cruisers to airplane carriers- notably in HMS Cavendish of 32 knots and about 10,000 tons displacement. But with the signing of the Armistice, the project was abandoned. Despite this, it was a subject of interest in the following years. In 1925, the General Board seriously considered the conversion of cruiser hulls to aircraft carriers. Although treaty limitations restricted the buildi...

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Crs Issue Brief for Congress Received through the Crs Web Global C...

By: John R. Justus

Excerpt: There is concern that human activities are affecting the heat/energy-exchange balance between Earth, the atmosphere, and space, and inducing global climate change, often termed “global warming.” Human activities, particularly the burning of fossil fuels, have increased atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) and other trace greenhouse gases. If these gases continue to accumulate in the atmosphere at current rates, most scientists believe global warming would occur thro...

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Gyroscope Components and Spare Parts

Excerpt: Gyroscope Components & Spare Parts...

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Nsf Director's Award for Distinguished Teaching Scholars (Dts)

Excerpt: The purpose of the National Science Foundation Director's Award for Distinguished Teaching Scholars is to recognize and reward individuals who have contributed significantly to the scholarship of their discipline and the education of students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), and to enable the expansion of their efforts. Awardees will be honored for their leadership in their respective fields as well as for their innovations and effect...

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A National Estimate Presale Handgun Checks, The Brady Interim Peri...

By: Donald A. Manson

Excerpt: The Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act (P.L. 103-159, November 30, 1993) provided for an interim period from February 28, 1994, through November 29, 1998, before its permanent provisions became effective. The period permitted the U.S. Department of Justice time to establish the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). Operating primarily through telephones and computers, NICS indexes and accesses relevant criminal justice agency databases.

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Crs Report for Congress Received through the Crs Web

By: Harold C. Relyea

Summary: From the earliest days of the federal government, Presidents, exercising magisterial or executive power not unlike that of a monarch, from time to time have issued directives establishing new policy, decreeing the commencement or cessation of some action, or ordaining that notice be given to some declaration. The instruments used by Presidents in these regards have come to be known by various names, and some have prescribed forms and purposes. Executive orders a...

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In the Supreme Court of the United States

By: George J. Tenet

Excerpt: United States against a former Eastern bloc country. The Central Intelligence Agency (the “CIA”), they say, assured them that it would provide assistance in resettling in the United States as well as lifetime financial and other support. According to the Does, the CIA has now reneged on its obligation of support. The United States will neither confirm nor deny the Does’ allegations, for reasons of national security.

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America and the Use of Force

By: Richard A. Faik

Excerpt: The Federation of American Scientists is a quarter century old this month. Twenty-five years ago, its founding members were startled into political activity by the moral and social problems posed nuclear weapons.

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Trends in State Parole, 1990-2000

By: Timothy A. Hughes

Excerpt: By the end of 2000, 16 States had abolished discretionary release from prison by a parole board for all offenders. Another four States had abolished discretionary parole for certain violent offenses or other crimes against a person. As a result of the movement away from release by parole boards (discretionary parole), release determined by statute (mandatory parole) became the most common method of release from State prison. After 1990 mandatory parole increased...

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Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration [Fta D...

By: Ann M. Linnertz

Summary: In accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.), this notice announces that the Information Collection Request (ICR) abstracted below has been forwarded to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for approval. The Federal Register Notice with a 60-day comment period soliciting comments was published on July 6, 2004. Dates: Comments must be submitted before November 26, 2004. A comment to OMB is most effective if OMB receives it ...

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Spin-Dependent Part of the Neutron

By: T. Hall

Excerpt: We wish to calculate the process in which a neutron with quote from a forthcoming the differential cross section momentum p“ collides with a D2...

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