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Press Advisories announce media events, briefings, publications and other opportunities. Press advisories issued within the past 30 days are listed below. Older advisories are available on the press advisory archive page. Advisories are also available by e-mail subscription. Go to DOD News for more information and for links to other news items.

06/27/1997:   Armed Forces Full Honor Review and Award Ceremony for Deputy Secretary of Defense John P. White
06/26/1997:   Cohen/Kassebaum Press Conference
06/26/1997:   Honor Cordon To Welcome Prime Minister of Australia
06/26/1997:   Briefing by Dr. Rostker Moved to 1:30 p.m. (EDT), Regular Pentagon Press Briefing to Follow
06/25/1997:   Bernard Rostker to Brief G-3/S-3 Conference Results
06/23/1997:   Honor Cordon IHO MOD of Greece, 12:30 p.m., June 24, 1997
06/20/1997:   Secretary Cohen To Address National Defense University Joint Operations Symposium
06/20/1997:   Secretary Cohen to Speak at Humane Society Facility Dedication in Maine
06/19/1997:   Background Briefing on DoD Efforts to Combat Terrorism
06/19/1997:   Secretary of Defense to Host Honor Cordon to Welcome Prime Minister of Romania
06/19/1997:   Deputy Secretary White departs for Belgium, Bosnia, The Czech Republic, Moldova and Russia
06/17/1997:   Deputy Secretary White to Host Honor Cordon for Crown Prince of Jordan
06/16/1997:   Joint Operations Symposium To Be Held June 23 and 24, 1997
06/16/1997:   Rostker Press Availability on Draft GAO Report
06/16/1997:   Deputy Secretary of Defense to Host a Full Honors Arrival for President of TFYR of Macedonia
06/16/1997:   Deputy Secretary to Host an Honor Cordon to welcome Bulgarian Minister of Foreign Affairs
06/12/1997:   Deputy Secretary White To Conduct Media Availability at Twenty-Nine Palms, Calif.
06/11/1997:   Brig. Gen. Lambert will conduct an interactive briefing via telephone at 10 a.m. today at the Pentagon.
06/10/1997:   Media Trip to Exercise Cooperative Nugget 97
06/10/1997:   Full honor arrival ceremony to welcome Air Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, of the State of Qatar.
06/10/1997:   Deputy Secretary of Defense John P. White to Address NDU Graduates, June 11
06/10/1997:   Secretary Cohen to Address Asia Society Conference, June 11
06/09/1997:   Background Briefing on Status of General Ralston at 4:30 p.m.
06/09/1997:   Background Briefing on the Military Justice System Postponed
06/07/1997:   Background Briefing Set on Secretary's Initiatives to Assure Good Order and Discipline
06/06/1997:   Background Briefing Set on the Military Justice System
06/06/1997:   Secretary Cohen To Host an Honor Cordon For Prime Minister of Finland
06/06/1997:   Background briefing on SecDef Cohen's upcoming trip to Europe and Middle East.
06/05/1997:   Media Availability With Army Brig. Gen. Dees Has Been Postponed
06/05/1997:   Full Honors Ceremony for Chief of the General Staff, Israel
06/05/1997:   Brig. Gen. Robert F. Dees, vice director for operational plans and interoperability
06/03/1997:   Full Honor Review set for Senator Strom Thurmond at Ft. Myer, June 4
06/02/1997:   Jun 3, 1997 Press Briefing Canceled in Lieu of Other Media Activities

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