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November 08, 2000

Nov. 8, 2000 -- The nation's top intelligence collection and processing agencies -- the National Reconnaissance Office, the National Security Agency and the National Imagery and Mapping Agency -- will begin holding regular meetings to more clearly define their roles, responsibilities and relationships, InsideDefense.com has learned.

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Nov. 8, 2000 - While all eyes are riveted on the recount of the presidential vote in Florida, the final results of the House and Senate elections yesterday suggest little movement among the men and women who will likely make up the defense congressional oversight committees in the 107th Congress.

Sen. Chuck Robb (D-VA), who had been a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee for most of the two terms he served, lost to former Virginia Gov. George Allen. Robb was the ranking member of the readiness and management support subcommittee.

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Nov. 8, 2000 - While all eyes are riveted on the recount of the presidential vote in Florida, the final results of the House and Senate elections yesterday suggest little movement among the men and women who will likely make up the defense congressional oversight committees in the 107th Congress.

Sen. Chuck Robb (D-VA), who had been a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee for most of the two terms he served, lost to former Virginia Gov. George Allen. Robb was the ranking member of the readiness and management support subcommittee.

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Nov. 8, 2000 - While all eyes are riveted on the recount of the presidential vote in Florida, the final results of the House and Senate elections yesterday suggest little movement among the men and women who will likely make up the defense congressional oversight committees in the 107th Congress. Sen. Chuck Robb (D-VA), who had been a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee for most of the two terms he served, lost to former Virginia Gov. George Allen. Robb was the ranking member of the readiness and management support subcommittee.

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Nov. 8, 2000 - While all eyes are riveted on the recount of the presidential vote in Florida, the final results of the House and Senate elections yesterday suggest little movement among the men and women who will likely make up the defense congressional oversight committees in the 107th Congress. Sen. Chuck Robb (D-VA), who had been a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee for most of the two terms he served, lost to former Virginia Gov. George Allen. Robb was the ranking member of the readiness and management support subcommittee.

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November 07, 2000

Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- President Clinton yesterday signed a $14.8 billion foreign operations appropriations bill that cuts $7 million from Clinton's $134 million request for peacekeeping operations.

The president has now signed eight appropriations bills for fiscal year 2001, leaving five yet to be signed into law.

The bill Clinton signed yesterday fully funds his $1.9 billion request for foreign military financing for Israel, $60 million above the level approved in FY-00. Clinton's request for $1.3 billion in foreign military financing for Egypt is also included in the bill.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- Two months before the president signed the fiscal year 2001 Defense Authorization Act, the Justice Department outlined several constitutional and policy concerns that were ignored by House and Senate conferees.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- A bipartisan group of House lawmakers is calling on the Defense Department to "prioritize and accelerate" unexploded ordnance (UXO) initiatives, urging the Pentagon to establish specific line items to develop technologies for identifying and remediating UXO. If DOD follows through, they pledge their efforts to garner bipartisan support in Congress for such projects.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today.

The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today.

The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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Nov. 7, 2000 -- The damaged destroyer Cole is headed back to its home port of Norfolk, VA, aboard a Norwegian salvage vessel, but the Navy has yet to decide where it will be repaired, Pentagon spokesman Ken Bacon said today. The Cole's journey from Aden, Yemen to Norfolk will take about 32 to 45 days depending on sea conditions and Norfolk may not be its final stop, Bacon added.

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