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January 13, 1999

p>ONW Aircraft fires on Iraqi Radar Site On January 12, 1999, at approximately 11:00 a.m., Iraqi time, a U.S. F-16C/J fighter conducting routine enforcement of the northern no-fly zone fired a high-speed antiradiation missile (HARM) at an Iraqi early warning radar operating as part of an integrated Iraqi surface to air missile system near the city of Mosul because the radar posed a threat to coalition forces in the area. The aircraft and aircrew involved in this particular incident returned safely to base. Damage to Iraqi forces is currently under assessment.
p><b><font SIZE="+3"> <p align="center">ESTIMATED BUDGETARY EFFECTS OF ALTERNATIVES FOR PRODUCING TRITIUM</font></b> &nbsp; </p> <p>Tritium gas (a radioactive isotope of hydrogen) is used to enhance the explosive yield of nuclear warheads. Scientists generally produce tritium in nuclear reactors by bombarding target rods containing lithium with neutrons (because the fissioning of a reactor's uranium fuel generates lots of neutrons). More recently, scientists have
p><BR><b><center>RESOLUTION ON THE INDEPENDENCE OF KOSOVA -- HON. JAMES A. TRAFICANT, JR. (Extension of Remarks - January 07, 1999)</center></b> <p><center><pre>[Page: E16]</pre></center> <p><center>---</center> <p><center><strong>HON. JAMES A. TRAFICANT, JR.</strong></center> <p><center><strong>in the House of Representatives</strong></center>
p><BR><b><center>THE Y2K MILLENNIUM BUG -- HON. JOHN LINDER (Extension of Remarks - January 07, 1999)</center></b> <p><center><pre>[Page: E30]</pre></center> <p><center>---</center> <p><center><strong>HON. JOHN LINDER</strong></center> <p><center><strong>in the House of Representatives</strong></center> <p><center><em>WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1999</em></center>
p>Ambassador William Walker U.S. Department of State On-the-record briefing on the Kosovo Verification Mission Released by the Office of the Spokesman Washington, DC, January 8, 1999 Ambassador Walker: I, too, wish to thank you for coming to see me. Let me just begin by reminding everyone in the room that even though I was introduced as the head of OSCE, I am a serving career Foreign Service Officer; but in my present capacity, I guess I'm speaking on behalf of the OSCE in Vienna and the KVM mission in Pristina.
p><BR><b><center>EXCELLENCE IN MILITARY SERVICE ACT -- HON. HOWARD COBLE (Extension of Remarks - January 07, 1999)</center></b> <p><center><pre>[Page: E35]</pre></center> <p><center>---</center> <p><center><strong>HON. HOWARD COBLE</strong></center> <p><center><strong>in the House of Representatives</strong></center> <p><center><em>WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1999</em></center>

January 12, 1999

p>Naval Research Advisory Committee Report on Information Technology Interoperability Editor's note: The Executive Summary of this report appears below. The complete report is available for downloading as an Adobe Acrobat file. Click here to download. 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. <html> <head>
p>'Army After Next' FY-99 Annual Report to CSA January 11, 1999 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. Introduction (100 KB) Main Body (735 KB)
p>Air Force Program Office Briefing Documents on Discoverer II December 1998 Briefing Slides on Discoverer II Core Program: - Part 1 (1.8MB) - Part 2 (2.3 MB) - Part 3 (1 MB)
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January 11, 1999

p>Marine Corps Memo on Y2K Operational Evaluation Conference ADMINISTRATIVE MESSAGE ROUTINE R 161854Z DEC 98 ZYB PSN 813109M22 FM CMC WASHINGTON DC//CIO// TO COMMARFORLANT//G6//G5//G3// COMMARFORPAC//G6//G5//G// COMMARFORRES//G6/G5/G3// CG I MEF//G6//G5//G3// CG II MEF//G6/G5//G3// CG III MEF//G6/G5/G3// CMC WASHINGTON DC//LPS/M/L/A/IGMC// MARCORCOMTELACT QUANTICO VA//PPB// MCOTEA QUANTICO VA//JJJ// MARCORSYSCOM//C4IPMIS// UNCLAS MSGID/GENADAMIN/CMC C4I//
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p><html> <head> <title>New Page 2</title> <meta name="GENERATOR" content="Microsoft FrontPage 3.0"> </head> <body> <h2><br> <font color="#000000">ONW aircraft again respond to Iraqi Threats</font></h2> <p>On January11, 1999, at approximately 10:45 a.m. Iraqi time, coalition aircraft conducting routine enforcement of the northern no-fly zone were illuminated by an Iraqi surface-to-air system.</p>
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p>DoD News Briefing Friday, January 8, 1999 - 10:00 a.m. Presenter: General Zinni on Operation DESERT FOX and Iraq (Gen. Anthony C. Zinni, commander of the U.S. Central Command discussing bomb damage assessments from Operation DESERT FOX and the situation in Operation SOUTHERN WATCH.) Mr. Bacon: We'd like to start right off with General Zinni because he has another appointment and has to leave here at 10:29, so he'll begin with some introductory remarks and take your questions, and we'll cut it off promptly just before 10:30.

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