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April 28, 1999

p>U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE DAILY PRESS BRIEFING DPB #53 TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1999, 1:00 P.M. (ON THE RECORD UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED) MR. RUBIN: Greetings. Welcome to the State Department briefing on this Tuesday.
DefenseLINK News: Foreign Military Sale to New Zealand _title: Pentagon Announces F-16 Sale to New Zealand _doc_number: dplus991360 _summary: The $397 million sale consists of 28 F-16A/B Block 15 aircraft, plus engines and other spare parts. ] _creation_date: 4/26/1999 _pub_date: 4/28/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: _F_name: dpix_4_005.ask _name_location:
Executive Order Letter to Congress White House Statement _title: White House Announces Callup of 33,000 Reserves for Operation Allied Force _doc_number: dplus991345 _summary: Includes the executive order, a White House press statement and President Clinton's letter to Congress informing them of his decision. ] _creation_date: 4/27/1999 _pub_date: 4/28/1999 _site: defense
p>Inhofe Requests Polygraph Tests on Chinese Espionage Case Sen. James Inhofe requested Notra Trulock III of the Energy Department and Elizabeth Moler of Vinson & Elkines to submit to polygraph tests over the Chinese nuclear weapons espionage controversy. Inhofe Letter to Trulock Inhofe Letter to Moler _title: Inhofe Requests Polygraph Tests on Chinese Espionage Case _doc_number: dplus991355
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News from the USIA Washington File _title: Secretary of State's 4/27/1999 Radio Message to Serbian People _doc_number: dplus991350 _summary: Includes an introduction by USIA. ] _creation_date: 4/27/1999 _pub_date: 4/28/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: kosovo _F_name: dpix_4_005.ask _name_location: ] _PENTAGON: _ARMY: _NAVY: _AIRFORCE: _MISSILE: _Electronics: ]
Kasich Statement Kuykendall Statement Sanford Statement Weldon & Abercrombie Statements _title: House Lawmakers' 4/27/1999 Floor Statements on Kosovo Crisis _doc_number: dplus991351
!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML//EN"> CHAIRMAN YOUNG ANNOUNCES KOSOVO EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL BILL CHAIRMAN YOUNG ANNOUNCES KOSOVO EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL BILL Washington, DC – House Appropriations Committee Chairman C.W. Bill Young (R-FL) today submitted his bill for addressing shortfalls associated with the Kosovo mission and for military operations in Southwest Asia.
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p>House Armed Services Committee Holds Hearing on Operation Allied Force These files are available in Adobe Acrobat format. Click on the links to download the files. Click here Spence Opening Statement Killebrew Statement _title: House Armed Services Committee Holds Hearing on Operation Allied Force _doc_number: dplus991343
MOD Briefing, 27 April 1999 BRIEFING BY THE FOREIGN SECRETARY, MR. ROBIN COOK, AND THE CHIEF OF THE DEFENCE STAFF, GEN SIR CHARLES GUTHRIE 27 APRIL 1999
Kosovo : MOD Press Briefing [Text Version] Britain in the USA Kosovo : MOD Press Briefing Good Morning, Ladies and Gentlemen. Following the Chief of the Defence Staff’s account of what happened operationally last night and the situation up-to-date, we will be going to a live link with the Captain of HMS Invincible and you will be able to ask him questions about the operational role of HMS Invincible, which I will be visiting with members of the Opposition during the next couple of days.

April 27, 1999

New Page 5 50 Years: 1949 - 1999 NATO 50TH Anniversary Summit in Washington, 23- 25 April Statement by the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, House Of Commons, London, 26 April 1999 SOUTH-EAST EUROPE NATO’S ROLE STRATEGIC CONCEPT EUROPEAN DEFENCE ENLARGEMENT/PARTNERSHIP CONCLUSION
p> THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release April 26, 1999 PRESS BRIEFING BY JOE LOCKHART The Briefing Room 12:45 P.M. EDT [ . . . ] Q Reverend Jackson is saying that he is not going to embark on this Yugoslavian trip unless he gets an agreement with NATO and Yugoslavia to guarantee his safety. As a private citizen, with a delegation of Muslim ministers and Serb ministers, can the White House guarantee his safety, and prod NATO to guarantee his safety?
p>Pentagon 4/26/1999 Briefing on Operation Allied Force Includes briefing slides on a U.S. refugee camp site, weather conditions, DOD's level of effort and the efficiency of air power. Pentagon Briefing Refugee Camp Site Weather Conditions Level of Effort Efficiency of Air
p>U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE DAILY PRESS BRIEFING DPB #52 MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1999, 1:30 P.M. (ON THE RECORD UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED) MR. RUBIN: Greetings. Welcome to the State Department briefing on this post-summit Monday. I have no opening comments, other than to say that I will have a statement on the killing in Guatemala of Bishop Gerardi after the briefing. With that announcement, let me go to your questions. QUESTION: Secretary Talbott is in Moscow. Could you tell us what he's doing?
p>The Readiness Crisis of the U.S. Air Force: A Review and Diagnosis Report by Carl Conetta and Charles Knight of the Commonwealth Institute's Project on Defense Alternatives analyzes how mission capable rates, pilot shortages and spare parts requirements have been managed in ways that do not maximize service resources. Posted with permission. Executive Summary (html) Full Report 1.3 MB)
Inhofe Floor Statement Specter Floor Statement _title: Senate Lawmakers' 4/26/1999 Floor Statements on Kosovo Crisis _doc_number: dplus991339 _summary: Statements include speeches by Sens. James Inhofe and Arlen Specter. ] _creation_date: 4/26/1999 _pub_date: 4/27/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: kosovo _F_name: dpix_4_005.ask _name_location:

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