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March 25, 1999

CHIEF WASHINGTON LOBBYIST FOR THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT'S TRADE OFFICE, AN UNFORTUNATE CHOICE FOR A NATIONAL SECURITY POSITION (House of Representatives - March 23, 1999) _title: Rep. Hayworth's Floor Statement Calling for Berger's Ouster _doc_number: dplus990864 _summary: Rep. J.D. Hayworth calls for the ouster of National Security Advisor Samuel Berger. ] _creation_date: 3/23/1999 _pub_date: 3/25/1999 _site: defense
DefenseLINK News: FMS- Netherlands-JAVELIN Anti-tank Missile Systems _title: DOD Announces Sale of JAVELIN Antitank Missile Systems to the Netherlands _doc_number: dplus990865 _summary: The $360 million sale includes 242 JAVELIN systems, comprised of 3,190 missile rounds, 60 lot acceptance missiles, and various support equipment and services. ] _creation_date: 3/24/1999 _pub_date: 3/25/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as
News from the USIA Washington File 25 March 1999 TRANSCRIPT: UK SECSTATE FOR DEFENSE & CHIEF OF STAFF ON NATO OPNS _title: British Defense Officials' 3/25/1999 Briefing on NATO Operations Against Yugoslavia _doc_number: dplus990851 _summary: Press Briefing given by the British Secretary of State for Defense, George Robertson and Chief of the General Staff, General Charles Guthrie. ] _creation_date: 3/25/1999 _pub_date: 3/25/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as
News from the USIA Washington File _title: State Dept. 3/24/1999 Daily Briefing _doc_number: dplus990842 _summary: Briefing centered largely on the crisis in Kosovo. ] _creation_date: 3/24/1999 _pub_date: 3/25/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: kosovo _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask _name_location: _PENTAGON: _ARMY: _NAVY: _AIRFORCE: _MISSILE: _Electronics: ]
News from the USIA Washington File 24 March 1999 TEXT: UN SEC-GEN KOFI ANNAN ON NATO AIR STRIKES MARCH 24, 1999 _title: U.N. Secretary General's Statement on NATO Airstrikes Over Yugoslavia _doc_number: dplus990840 _summary: Said the U.N. Security Council should have been involved in any decision to resort to force. ] _creation_date: 3/24/1999 _pub_date: 3/25/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: kosovo _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask
DefenseLINK News: G0 ANNOUNCEMENT -- Lt. Gen. John G. Coburn _title: DOD Announces New Chief of Army Materiel Command _doc_number: dplus990866 _summary: DOD selected Lt. Gen. John Coburn to become the next commander of U.S. Army Materiel Command. ] _creation_date: 3/23/1999 _pub_date: 3/25/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: defplus _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask
News from the USIA Washington File _title: British Foreign Secretary's House of Commons Statement on Kosovo _doc_number: dplus990852 _summary: Robin Cook told the lower house of the British Parliament that the Serbs' intransigence had left no alternative except NATO military action. Includes introduction by USIA. ] _creation_date: 3/25/1999 _pub_date: 3/25/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: kosovo _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask _name_location: ]
CHINESE TOP GUNS (House of Representatives - March 23, 1999) ). It was not the United States Air Force trying to gain an advantage. Mr. Speaker, it was the Chinese. _title: Rep. Jim Gibbons' Floor Statement on Allowing Chinese Pilots at Navy's Top Gun School _doc_number: dplus990863 _summary: Calls giving Chinese pilots access to the Fallon Naval Air Station's Top Gun school "sheer lunacy." ] _creation_date: 3/23/1999 _pub_date: 3/25/1999 _site: defense _Priority:
Yesterday's Press Release The White House Briefing Room March 24, 1999 STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT TO THE NATION 8:01 P.M. EST _title: Pres. Clinton Addresses the Nation on Kosovo Air Strikes _doc_number: dplus990836 _summary: Says NATO is acting "to prevent a wider war." ] _creation_date: 3/24/1999 _pub_date: 3/25/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: kosovo

March 24, 1999

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p>Arms Sales Critics Oppose Move to Improve Tax Benefits for U.S. Exporters March 12, 1999 The Honorable Robert Rubin Secretary of the Treasury 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, DC 20220 Dear Secretary Rubin:
p>Senate Concurrent Resolution Authorizing Air Strikes Against Yugoslavia SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 21--AUTHORIZING THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO CONDUCT MILITARY AIR OPERATIONS AND MISSILE STRIKES AGAINST THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA (SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO) (Senate - March 23, 1999) [Page: S3148] Mr. BIDEN (for himself, Mr. Warner, Mr. Levin, Mr. Byrd, Mr. McConnell, Mr. Hagel, Mr. Stevens, Mr. Lautenberg, Mr. Lieberman, and Mr. Robb) submitted the following concurrent resolution; which was considered and agreed to:
p>Cohen and Money Memos on Personal Oaths Upon the Granting of Security Access 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. Defense Secretary William Cohen Memo
p>NATO Secretary General Javier Solana Confirms Start of Air Strikes Against Yugoslavia 24 March 1999 Brussels -- Confirming the start of NATO air operations against targets in Yugoslavia, NATO Secretary General Javier Solana March 24 placed responsibility squarely on President Milosevic. He stressed that "NATO is not waging war against Yugoslavia," but rather directing its actions against "the repressive policy of the Yugoslav leadership." The text of Solana's statement follows: (begin text)
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p>DOD 3/23/1999 Press Briefing on Kosovo DoD News Briefing Tuesday, March 23, 1999 - 1:45 p.m. Mr. Kenneth H. Bacon, ASD PA Mr. Bacon: Good afternoon. Welcome. Let me start with three announcements.
Congressional Record transcript of the Senate debate which preceded the vote to authorize the president to conduct military strikes against Yugoslavia.
p>Pres. Clinton Announces Air Strikes Against Yugoslav Forces The White House Briefing Room STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT ON KOSOVO THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release March 24, 1999 The Briefing Room 2:15 P.M. EST
p>NATO Secretary General Javier Solana Orders NATO Forces to Begin Military Strikes Against Yugoslavia TEXT: STATEMENT BY NATO SEC-GEN JAVIER SOLANA MARCH 23, 1999 23 March 1999 Brussels -- NATO Secretary-General Javier Solana late March 23 directed the NATO Supreme Commander, General Wesley Clark, "to initiate air operations in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

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