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March 08, 1999

p>Latest DOD Military Strength Figures for 1/31/1999 DefenseLINK News: MILITARY STRENGTH FIGURES FOR JANUARY 31, 1999 No. 092-99 (703)695-0192(media) IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 8, 1999 (703)697-5737(public/industry)
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p>House Armed Services Hearing Schedule for the Week of 3/8/1999 Schedule Hotline: 202-225-2675 This page last updated: 03/08/99 03:44 PM The following is a chronological listing of the witness lists for current and future committee hearings. Opening statements submitted to the committee in electronic format prior to the hearing are available by selecting the highlighted entries. Week of March 8-12, 1999 Monday, March 8 Subcommittee on Military Readiness
p>DOD 3/5/1999 Daily Contracts List 090-99 FOR RELEASE AT 5 p.m. ET March 5, 1999 (703)697-5131(media) (703)697-5737(public/industry) CONTRACTS DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY
p>U.S. European Command 3/8/1999 Statement on Strikes Against Iraqi Antiaircraft Emplacements Coalition aircraft respond to Iraqi threat March 8, 1999 INCIRLIK AIR BASE, TURKEY -- Between approximately 12:35 p.m. and 1:35 p.m. Iraqi time, Operation Northern Watch coalition aircraft detected several active Iraqi radars posing a threat to coalition forces. Responding in self-defense, U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles dropped GBU-12 laser-guided bombs on several Iraqi anti-aircraft artillery sites around Saddam Lake.

March 05, 1999

p>Testimony from Senate Airland Subcommittee Hearing on Army Modernization and the FY-00 Budget Request These files are available in Adobe Acrobat format. Click on the links to download the files. If you need help with Adobe Acrobat, or you need to download the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader software (available free of charge from Adobe), click here. Kern Statement
p>DOD Officials Testify at a Joint Hearing on Aviation Modernization These files are available in Adobe Acrobat format. Click on the links to download the files. If you need help with Adobe Acrobat, or you need to download the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader software (available free of charge from Adobe), click here. Hunter Opening Statement Franklin Statement
p>Minutes of Army MACOM's Budget Evaluation Meetings DACS-PBC 25 February 1999 PBC MEMO 99-023 MEMORANDUM FOR THE MEMBERS OF THE PROGRAM AND BUDGET COMMITTEE SUBJECT: Minutes from 17 and 18 February PBC, MACOM Briefings 1. The purpose of the PBC on 17 and 18 February 1999 was to provide an information overview briefing of MACOM programming issues. The MACOMs assessed their program based on the FY00/01 FYDP and highlighted their significant issues for the FY01-05 POM.

March 04, 1999

p>State Dept. Briefing in China James Rubin, Department of State Spokesman Briefing at the Beijing International Club Hotel As released by the Office of the Spokesman, Beijing, China, March 1, 1999 U.S. Department of State
p>Amendment No. 8 by Sen. Charles Robb (and others) to the Soldiers', Sailors', Airmen's and Marines' Bill of Rights Act of 1999 ROBB (AND OTHERS) AMENDMENT NO. 8 (Senate - February 23, 1999) , Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Bingaman, and Mr. Kerrey) proposed an amendment to the bill (S. 4) to improve pay and retirement equity for members of the Armed Forces; and for other purposes; as follows: On page 28, between lines 8 and 9, insert the following new sections:
p>Sarbanes (and others) Amendment to the Soldiers', Sailors', Airmen's and Marines' Bill of Rights Act of 1999 SARBANES (AND OTHERS) AMENDMENT NO. 19 (Senate - February 23, 1999) [Page: S1830] Mr. SARBANES (for himself, Mr. Warner, Mr. Robb, and Ms. Mikulski) proposed an amendment to the bill, S. 4, supra; as follows: On page 28, between lines 8 and 9, insert the following: SEC. 104. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING PARITY BETWEEN ADJUSTMENTS IN MILITARY AND CIVIL SERVICE PAY. (a) Findings: Congress makes the following findings:
Congressional Record text includes the text of the bill, S.4, as passed by the Senate Armed Services Committee.
p>Albright 3/2/1999 Briefing on China Trip U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesman (Beijing, China) For Immediate Release March 2, 1999 PRESS CONFERENCE BY SECRETARY OF STATE MADELEINE K. ALBRIGHT (Beijing International Club Hotel) Beijing, China March 2, 1999 SECRETARY ALBRIGHT: Good morning. Before departing Beijing, I thought I would share a few thoughts concerning my visit.
Debate centered around Amendments 6, 12, 13, 19 and 21-25.
p>Senate 2/23/1999 Floor Debate on the Use of Force in Kosovo USE OF FORCE IN KOSOVO (Senate - February 23, 1999) [Page: S1771] Mr. SPECTER. Mr. President, I had intended to offer a joint resolution on the subject of the use of force in Kosovo for this bill, but events have overtaken this issue as the picture is now unfolding. I did want to put this joint resolution in the Record. I did want to talk about it for a few minutes. I discussed it with the distinguished chairman of the committee.
p>Ashcroft Floor Statement on Soldiers'. Sailors', Airmen's and Marines' Bill of Rights Act of 1999 SOLDIERS', SAILORS', AIRMEN'S, AND MARINES' BILL OF RIGHTS ACT OF 1999 (Senate - February 25, 1999) , and the Committee as a whole for reporting this legislation. _title: Ashcroft Floor Statement on Soldiers'. Sailors', Airmen's and Marines' Bill of Rights Act of 1999 _doc_number: dplus990637
p>Sen. Bond Amendment to Soldiers', Sailors', Airmen and Marines' Bill of Rights Act of 1999 BOND AMENDMENT NO. 20 (Senate - February 24, 1999) [Page: S1955] (Ordered to lie on the table.) Mr. BOND submitted an amendment intended to be proposed by him to the bill (S. 4) to improve pay and retirement equity for members of the Armed Forces; and for other purposes; as follows: On page 46, after line 16, add the following: TITLE V--OTHER BENEFITS

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