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AUTHORS
As Delivered by Volume 12, Number 58 , Defense Issues: Volume 12, Number 58 -- AUTHORS Defense Issues Index , Wednesday, December 31, 1997

Defense Issues: Volume 12, Number 58 -- AUTHORS Defense Issues Index

 

Volume 12, Number 58

AUTHORS

 

Albright, Madeleine, Secretary of State
NATO Expansion: Cautious at the Crossroads, #11

 

 

Bell, Robert, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Defense Policy and Arms Control
U.S. Leads in Land Mine Removals While Others Talk, #47

 

 

Berger, Samuel, National Security Adviser
Dayton Accords Must Succeed to Prevent Wider War, #48

 

 

Busick, Paul, Rear Adm., U.S. Coast Guard, National Security Council Staff Senior Director for Gulf War Illnesses
Report to the President on Gulf War Illnesses, #1

 

Clinton, Bill, President of the United States
Report to the President on Gulf War Illnesses, #1
Europe Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Marshall Plan, #27
U.S. Leads in Land Mine Removals While Others Talk, #47

 

Clinton, Hillary Rodham, First Lady
Report to the President on Gulf War Illnesses, #1

 

Cohen, William S., Secretary of Defense
U.S. Can't Be World's Policeman Nor Prisoner of World Events, #4
People & Readiness Top DoD Budget Request, #13
Time Has Come to Leap Into the Future, #19
Partnerships Grow in Western Hemisphere, #24
Marshall's Legacy: A Guide for Tomorrow, #25

 

Crowell, William P., Deputy Director, National Security Agency
Information Security in a Third Wave Society, #2

 

Dalton, John H., Secretary of the Navy
A Holistic Navy Approach to Curbing Sexual Harassment, #8
DoD Committed to Zero Tolerance of Sexual Harassment, #9
Navy Reshapes Response for Security Environment, #44
Effective Seapower for Global Security, #51

 

Dorn, Edwin, Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness
Reawakening the Dream, #3
DoD Committed to Zero Tolerance of Sexual Harassment, #9

 

Emahiser, James B., Assistant Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Materiel and Distribution Management
Inventory Management Crucial to Mission Success, #23

 

Estes, Howell M. III, Gen., USAF, Commander in Chief, North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Space Command
Sustaining the Strategic Space Advantage, #15
The Promise of Space Potential for the Future, #20
National Security: The Space Dimension, #52

 

Goodman, Sherri W., Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Environmental Security
DoD Helps Protect Human Health & Environment, #30
Living on the Crest of a New World, #56

 

Gore, Albert, Vice President of the United States
An Unbreakable Bond Among Veterans, #43

 

Hamre, John J., Deputy Secretary of Defense
European Peace Strengthens U.S. Security, #55

 

Heber, Charles E., Jr., Director, High-Altitude Endurance Unmanned Air Vehicle Program, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Advanced Recon System Provides Troops Powerful Ability, #21

 

Hoeper, Paul J., Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for International and Commercial Programs
U.S. Perspectives on Trans-Atlantic Armaments Cooperation, #37

 

Holmes, Allen H., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-intensity Conflict
Defending America Against New Breed of Terror, #31
Civil Affairs: Reflections of the Future, #32
Military Operations in the Post-Cold War Era, #34

 

Hughes, Patrick M., Lt. Gen., USA, Director, Defense Intelligence Agency
A DIA Global Security Assessment, #17

 

Johnson, Jay L., Chief of Naval Operations
Effective Seapower for Global Security, #51

 

Joseph, Stephen C., Dr., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs
Treatment/Tracing Origin Top DoD Gulf Illness Concerns, #6

 

Kaminski, Paul G., Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology
"Outside-the-Box" Thinking Needed, #5
DoD's Ballistic Missile Defense Programs, #14
Fielding Equipment Second to None, #16

 

Lashof, Joyce, Dr., Chair, President's Advisory Committee on Gulf War Illnesses
Report to the President on Gulf War Illnesses, #1

 

Lee, Deborah R., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs
Unsnarling a Reserve Insurance Program Snafu, #22
Terror Weapons Grow New Guard and Reserve Roles, #53

 

Lynn, Larry, Director, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Investing in High-Payoff Technology, Concepts #18

 

Maroni, Alice C., Principal Deputy Undersecretary of Defense (Comptroller)
Managing the Pressures to Cut, #42

 

Martin, Edward D., Dr., Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs
Military Medicine Strives for Customer Satisfaction and Trust, #54

 

Pang, Fred, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Management Policy
Asian-Pacific Americans: Microcosm of Greater National Mix, #28
Quality of Life: A Military Preparedness Priority, #36
DoD Continues Fight Against Discrimination, #45

 

Reimer, Dennis J., Gen., USA, Chief of Staff
There's a Problem, and We Mean to Fix It, #7
The Army and the Cyberspace Crossroads, #33

 

Rosamond, John B., Executive Director, National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
Guard and Reserve Have Vital Role in New Century, #41
Concept and Practice of Patriotism Is Still in Vogue, #49
QDR and Employer Support: Challenges for Guard and Reserve, #50

 

Sanders, Patricia, Director, Test Systems Engineering and Evaluation, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology
Training and Test Ranges: A 21st Century Partnerships, #57

 

Shalikashvili, John M., Gen., USA, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
U.S., China Share Interests in Peace and Stability, #29
Maintaining the "Delta" for Future Military Forces, #46

 

Shelton, Henry H., Gen., USA, Commander in Chief, U.S. Special Operations Command
Special Operations Forces: Key Role in Preventive Defense, #12

 

Spector, Eleanor R., Director, Defense Procurement
GSA's Supply Schedules Improve DoD Procurement, #35
Improving/Standardizing DoD Procurement Business Processes, #38

 

Solana, Javier, NATO Secretary General
NATO: Unique Alliance Today -- and Tomorrow, #39

 

Widnall, Sheila E., Secretary of the Air Force
Air Force's Approach to Ending Sexual Harassment, #10
Carrying the Flag of Equal Opportunity Into the 21st Century, #40

 

West, Togo D., Jr., Secretary of the Army
There's a Problem, and We Mean to Fix It, #7

 

Unbylined:
Services Praise Successes; Set Priorities, #26

 

TOPICS

 

 

Acquisition and Technology
"Outside-the-Box" Thinking Needed, Kaminski (#5)
People & Readiness Top DoD Budget Request, Cohen (#13)
Fielding Equipment Second to None, Kaminski (#16)
Investing in High-Payoff Technology, Concepts, Lynn (#18)
Advanced Recon System Provides Troops Powerful Ability, Heber (#21)
GSA's Supply Schedules Improve DoD Procurement, Spector (#35)
U.S. Perspectives on Trans-Atlantic Armaments Cooperation, Hoeper (#37)
Improving/Standardizing DoD Procurement Business Processes, Spector (#38)

 

Air Force
Air Force's Approach to Ending Sexual Harassment, Widnall (#10)
Sustaining the Strategic Space Advantage, Estes (#15)
The Promise of Space Potential for the Future, Estes (#20)
Services Praise Successes; Set Priorities (#26)
Carrying the Flag of Equal Opportunity Into the 21st Century, Widnall (#40)

 

Arms Control
U.S. Leads in Land Mine Removals While Others Talk, Clinton (#47)

 

Army
There's a Problem, and We Mean to Fix It, West, Reimer (#7)
Services Praise Successes; Set Priorities (#26)
The Army and the Cyberspace Crossroads, Reimer (#33)

 

Asia-Pacific Affairs
Asian-Pacific Americans: Microcosm of Greater National Mix, Pang (#28)
U.S., China Share Interests in Peace and Stability, Shalikashvili (#29)

 

Ballistic Missile Threat
People & Readiness Top DoD Budget Request, Cohen (#13)
DoD's Ballistic Missile Defense Programs, Kaminski (#14)

 

Bosnia
Dayton Accords Must Succeed to Prevent Wider War, Berger (#48)

 

Budget
People & Readiness Top DoD Budget Request, Cohen (#13)
Guard and Reserve Have Vital Role in New Century, Rosamond (#41)
Managing the Pressures to Cut, Maroni (#42)

 

Cutbacks
Guard and Reserve Have Vital Role in New Century, Rosamond (#41)
Managing the Pressures to Cut, Maroni (#42)

 

Cyberspace
The Army and the Cyberspace Crossroads, Reimer (#33)

 

Democracy
Partnerships Grow in Western Hemisphere, Cohen (#24)

 

Diplomacy
Marshall's Legacy: A Guide for Tomorrow, Cohen (#25)
U.S., China Share Interests in Peace and Stability, Shalikashvili (#29)

 

Environmental Issues
DoD Helps Protect Human Health & Environment, Goodman (#30)
Living on the Crest of a New World, Goodman (#56)

 

Europe
NATO Expansion: Cautious at the Crossroads, Albright (#11)
Marshall's Legacy: A Guide for Tomorrow, Cohen (#25)
Europe Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Marshall Plan, Clinton (#27)
NATO: Unique Alliance Today -- and Tomorrow, Solana (#39)
Dayton Accords Must Succeed to Prevent Wider War, Berger (#48)

 

Force Structure
People & Readiness Top DoD Budget Request, Cohen (#13)
Time Has Come to Leap Into the Future, Cohen (#19)
Quality of Life: A Military Preparedness Priority, Pang (#36)
DoD Continues Fight Against Discrimination, Pang (#45)
Maintaining the "Delta" for Future Military Forces, Shalikashvili (#46)

 

GSA
GSA's Supply Schedules Improve DoD Procurement, Spector (#35)

 

Gulf War Illness
Report to the President on Gulf War Illnesses, the Clintons, Lashof and Busick, (#1)
Treatment/Tracing Origin Top DoD Gulf Illness Concerns, Joseph (#6)

 

High-Tech Weapons
Time Has Come to Leap Into the Future, Cohen (#19)

 

Information Systems Security
Information Security in a Third Wave Society, Crowell, (#2)

 

Intelligence
A DIA Global Security Assessment, Hughes (#17)
Advanced Recon System Provides Troops Powerful Ability, Heber (#21)
Military Operations in the Post-Cold War Era, Holmes (#34)

 

Inventory Management
Inventory Management Crucial to Mission Success, Emahiser (#23)

 

King, Martin Luther
Reawakening the Dream, Dorn, (#3)

 

Low-Intensity Conflict
Defending America Against New Breed of Terror, Holmes (#31)
Civil Affairs: Reflections of the Future, Holmes (#32)
Military Operations in the Post-Cold War Era, Holmes (#34)

 

Land Mines
U.S. Leads in Land Mine Removals While Others Talk, Clinton (#47)

 

Marshall Plan
Marshall's Legacy: A Guide for Tomorrow, Cohen (#25)
Europe Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Marshall Plan, Clinton (#27)

 

Medical
Military Medicine Strives for Customer Satisfaction and Trust, Martin (#54)

 

Modernization
U.S. Can't Be World's Policeman Nor Prisoner of World Events, Cohen (#4)
"Outside-the-Box" Thinking Needed, Kaminski (#5)
People & Readiness Top DoD Budget Request, Cohen (#13)

 

NAACP
Carrying the Flag of Equal Opportunity Into the 21st Century, Widnall (#40)

 

National Security
Information Security in a Third Wave Society, Crowell, (#2)
Treatment/Tracing Origin Top DoD Gulf Illness Concerns, Joseph (#6)
People & Readiness Top DoD Budget Request, Cohen (#13)
A DIA Global Security Assessment, Hughes (#17)
Inventory Management Crucial to Mission Success, Emahiser (#23)
Civil Affairs: Reflections of the Future, Holmes (#32)
Maintaining the "Delta" for Future Military Forces, Shalikashvili (#46)
U.S. Leads in Land Mine Removals While Others Talk, Clinton (#47)
National Security: The Space Dimension, Estes (#52)

 

NATO
NATO Expansion: Cautious at the Crossroads, Albright (#11)
NATO: Unique Alliance Today -- and Tomorrow, Solana (#39)
Dayton Accords Must Succeed to Prevent Wider War, Berger (#48)

 

Navy and Marine Corps
A Holistic Navy Approach to Curbing Sexual Harassment, Dalton (#8)
Services Praise Successes; Set Priorities (#26)
Navy Reshapes Response for Security Environment, Dalton (#44)
QDR and Employer Support: Challenges for Guard and Reserve, Rosamond (#50)
Effective Seapower for Global Security, Dalton, Johnson (#51)

 

Partnerships
Partnerships Grow in Western Hemisphere, Cohen (#24)
Europe Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Marshall Plan, Clinton (#27)
Military Operations in the Post-Cold War Era, Holmes (#34)

 

Patriotism
Concept and Practice of Patriotism Is Still in Vogue, Rosamond (#49)

 

Personnel Issues
Reawakening the Dream, Dorn (#3)
U.S. Can't Be World's Policeman Nor Prisoner of World Events, Cohen (#4)
There's a Problem, and We Mean to Fix It, West, Reimer (#7)
A Holistic Navy Approach to Curbing Sexual Harassment, Dalton (#8)
DoD Committed to Zero Tolerance of Sexual Harassment, Dorn (#9)
Air Force's Approach to Ending Sexual Harassment, Widnall (#10)
Unsnarling a Reserve Insurance Program Snafu, Lee (#22)
Quality of Life: A Military Preparedness Priority, Pang (#36)
Carrying the Flag of Equal Opportunity Into the 21st Century, Widnall (#40)
DoD Continues Fight Against Discrimination, Pang (#45)
Maintaining the "Delta" for Future Military Forces, Shalikashvili (#46)

 

Pride
Asian-Pacific Americans: Microcosm of Greater National Mix, Pang (#28)
An Unbreakable Bond Among Veterans, Gore (#43)

 

Procurement, DoD
GSA's Supply Schedules Improve DoD Procurement, Spector (#35)
Improving/Standardizing DoD Procurement Business Processes, Spector (#38)

 

Quality of Life
Reawakening the Dream, Dorn (#3)
There's a Problem, and We Mean to Fix It, West, Reimer (#7)
DoD Committed to Zero Tolerance of Sexual Harassment, Dorn (#9)
Air Force's Approach to Ending Sexual Harassment, Widnall (#10)
Quality of Life: A Military Preparedness Priority, Pang (#36)
Carrying the Flag of Equal Opportunity into the 21st Century, Widnall (#40)
DoD Continues Fight Against Discrimination, Pang (#45)
Maintaining the "Delta" for Future Military Forces, Shalikashvili (#46)
Military Medicine Strives for Customer Satisfaction and Trust, Martin (#54)

 

Readiness
U.S. Can't Be World's Policeman Nor Prisoner of World Events, Cohen (#4)
People & Readiness Top DoD Budget Request, Cohen (#13)

 

Research and Development
Advanced Recon System Provides Troops Powerful Ability, Heber (#21)

 

Reserve Components
Unsnarling a Reserve Insurance Program Snafu, Lee (#22)
Guard and Reserve Have Vital Role in New Century, Rosamond (#41)
Concept and Practice of Patriotism Is Still in Vogue, Rosamond (#49)
QDR and Employer Support: Challenges for Guard and Reserve, Rosamond (#50)
Terror Weapons Grow New Guard and Reserve Roles, Lee (#53)

 

Sexual Harassment
There's a Problem, and We Mean to Fix It, West, Reimer (#7)
A Holistic Navy Approach to Curbing Sexual Harassment, Dalton (#8)
DoD Committed to Zero Tolerance of Sexual Harassment, Dorn (#9)
Air Force's Approach to Ending Sexual Harassment, Widnall (#10)

 

Space
Sustaining the Strategic Space Advantage, Estes (#15)
The Promise of Space Potential for the Future, Estes (#20)

 

Special Operations
Special Operations Forces: Key Role in Preventive Defense, Shelton (#12) Civil Affairs: Reflections of the Future, Holmes (#32)

 

Technology, DoD
Investing in High-Payoff Technology, Concepts, Lynn (#18)
Advanced Recon System Provides Troops Powerful Ability, Heber (#21)
The Army and the Cyberspace Crossroads, Reimer (#33)
U.S. Perspectives on Trans-Atlantic Armaments Cooperation, Hoeper (#37)
Improving/Standardizing DoD Procurement Business Processes, Spector (#38)
Navy Reshapes Response for Security Environment, Dalton (#44)

 

Terrorism
Defending America Against New Breed of Terror, Holmes (#31)
Terror Weapons Grow New Guard and Reserve Roles, Lee (#53)

 

Training
Training and Test Ranges: A 21st Century Partnership, Sanders (#57)

 

Veterans
An Unbreakable Bond Among Veterans, Gore (#43)

 

Weapons of Mass Destruction
Special Operations Forces: Key Role in Preventive Defense, Shelton (#12)
Defending America Against New Breed of Terror, Holmes (#31)

 

Western Hemisphere
Partnerships Grow in Western Hemisphere, Cohen (#24)

 

CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING

 

#1 Report to the President on Gulf War Illnesses, remarks by President and Mrs. Bill Clinton and Dr. Joyce Lashof, chair of the President's Advisory Committee on Gulf War Illnesses. Also, press briefing by Lashof and Coast Guard Rear Adm. Paul Busick, National Security Council staff senior director for Gulf War Illnesses, White House, both Jan. 7, 1997.

 

#2 Information Security in a Third Wave Society, prepared remarks by William P. Crowell, deputy director, National Security Agency, at the National Information Systems Security Conference, Baltimore, Oct. 25, 1996.

 

#3 Reawakening the Dream, prepared remarks by Edwin Dorn, undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness, at the 12th annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast at the Pentagon, Washington, Jan. 30, 1997.

 

#4 U.S. Can't Be World's Policeman Nor Prisoner of World Events, prepared statement of William S. Cohen, secretary of defense-designate, before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Jan. 22, 1997.

 

#5 "Outside-the-Box" Thinking Needed, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, at the 2nd Annual National Security Industrial Association Space Policy and Architecture Symposium, Arlington, Va., Feb. 11, 1997.

 

#6 Treatment/Tracing Origin Top DoD Gulf Illness Concerns, prepared remarks of Dr. Stephen C. Joseph, assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, to the Military Personnel Subcommittee, House National Security Committee, Feb. 11, 1997.

 

#7 There's a Problem, and We Mean to Fix It, prepared remarks by Togo D. West Jr., secretary of the Army, and Gen. Dennis J. Reimer, USA, Army chief of staff, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 4, 1997.

 

#8 A Holistic Navy Approach to Curbing Sexual Harassment, prepared remarks by John H. Dalton, secretary of the Navy, before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 4, 1997.

 

#9 DoD Committed to Zero Tolerance of Sexual Harassment, prepared remarks by Edwin Dorn, undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 4, 1997.

 

#10 Air Force's Approach to Ending Sexual Harassment, prepared statement by Secretary of the Air Force Sheila E. Widnall to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 4, 1997.

 

#11 NATO Expansion: Cautious at the Crossroads, prepared statement by Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to the North Atlantic Council special ministerial meeting, Brussels, Belgium, Feb. 18, 1997.

 

#12 Special Operations Forces: Key Role in Preventive Defense, commentary by Gen. Henry H. Shelton, USA, commander in chief, U.S. Special Operations Command.

 

#13 People & Readiness Top DoD Budget Request, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen before the House National Security Committee, Feb. 12, 1997.

 

#14 DoD's Ballistic Missile Defense Programs, prepared statement of Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the Military Research and Development Subcommittee, House National Security Committee, March 6, 1997.

 

#15 Sustaining the Strategic Space Advantage, prepared statement of Gen. Howell M. Estes III, USAF, commander in chief, North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Space Command, before the Senate Armed Services Committee, March 13, 1997.

 

#16 Fielding Equipment Second to None, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the Acquisition and Technology Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Committee, March 19, 1997.

 

#17 A DIA Global Security Assessment, prepared remarks by Lt. Gen. Patrick M. Hughes, USA, director, Defense Intelligence Agency, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 6, 1997.

 

#18 Investing in High-Payoff Technology, Concepts, prepared remarks by Larry Lynn, director, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, to the Acquisition and Technology Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Committee, March 11, 1997.

 

#19 Time Has Come to Leap Into the Future, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen to the Brookings Institution Board of Trustees, Washington, May 12, 1997.

 

#20 The Promise of Space Potential for the Future, prepared remarks by Gen. Howell M. Estes III, USAF, commander, U.S. Space Command, to the U.S. Space Foundation's 1997 National Space Symposium, Colorado Springs, Colo., April 3, 1997.

 

#21 Advanced Recon System Provides Troops Powerful Ability, prepared remarks by Charles E. Heber Jr., director, High-Altitude Endurance Unmanned Air Vehicle Program, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, to the Airland Forces Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Committee, April 9, 1997.

 

#22 Unsnarling a Reserve Insurance Program Snafu, prepared statement by Deborah Lee, assistant secretary of defense for reserve affairs, before the House Military Personnel Subcommittee, Committee on National Security, Washington, May 8, 1997.

 

#23 Inventory Management Crucial to Mission Success, prepared remarks by James B. Emahiser, assistant deputy undersecretary of defense for materiel and distribution management, to the National Security, International Affairs and Criminal Justice Subcommittee, House Government Reform and Oversight Committee, March 20, 1997.

 

#24 Partnerships Grow in Western Hemisphere, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen to the Western Hemisphere Symposium, Miami, April 15, 1997.

 

#25 Marshall's Legacy: A Guide for Tomorrow, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen at the Marshall ROTC Seminar, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., April 16, 1997.

 

#26 Services Praise Successes; Set Priorities, excerpts from posture statements of the departments of Army, Navy and Air Force presented to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 25, 1997.

 

#27 Europe Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Marshall Plan, prepared remarks by President Clinton at a commemorative event for the 50th anniversary of the Marshall Plan, The Hague, Netherlands, May 28, 1997.

 

#28 Asian-Pacific Americans: Microcosm of Greater National Mix, prepared remarks by Fred Pang, assistant secretary of defense for force management policy, at the Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month Commemoration, Asian/Pacific-American Council of Georgia, Atlanta, May 17, 1997.

 

#29 U.S.,China Share Interests in Peace and Stability, prepared remarks by Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the Chinese People's Liberation Army National Defense University, Beijing, May 14, 1997.

 

#30 DoD Helps Protect Human Health & Environment, prepared remarks by Sherri W. Goodman, deputy undersecretary of defense for environmental security, to the National Conference of Black Mayors, St. Louis, April 25, 1997.

 

#31 Defending America Against New Breed of Terror, prepared remarks by H. Allen Holmes, assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low-intensity conflict, to the Sam Nunn Policy Council, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, Athens, Ga., April 28, 1997.

 

#32 Civil Affairs: Reflections of the Future, prepared remarks by H. Allen Holmes, assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low-intensity conflict, at the Worldwide Civil Affairs Conference, Chicago, June 6, 1997.

 

#33 The Army and the Cyberspace Crossroads, prepared remarks by Gen. Dennis J. Reimer, chief of staff, U.S. Army, at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronic Association TECHNET 97, Washington, June 17, 1997.

 

#34 Military Operations in the Post-Cold War Era, prepared remarks by H. Allen Holmes, assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low-intensity conflict, at the Intelligence in Partnership Conference, Joint Military Intelligence College, Andrews Air Force Base, Md., June 26, 1997.

 

#35 GSA's Supply Schedules Improve DoD Procurement, prepared remarks by Eleanor R. Spector, director of defense procurement, at the Coalition for Government Procurement Conference, Arlington, Va., June 17, 1997.

 

#36 Quality of Life: A Military Preparedness Priority, prepared remarks by Fred Pang, assistant secretary of defense for force management policy, at the DoD Worldwide Education Symposium '97, St. Louis, July 8, 1997.

 

#37 U.S. Perspectives on Trans-Atlantic Armaments Cooperation, prepared remarks by Paul J. Hoeper, deputy undersecretary of defense for international and commercial programs, at the Defense Industry Breakfast, London, June 26, 1997.

 

#38 Improving/Standardizing DoD Procurement Business Processes, prepared remarks by Eleanor R. Spector, director of defense procurement, at the 5th Annual Dunn & Bradstreet Conference, Washington, June 16, 1997.

 

#39 NATO: Unique Alliance Today -- and Tomorrow, remarks by Javier Solana, NATO secretary general, at American University, Washington, July 24, 1997.

 

#40 Carrying the Flag of Equal Opportunity Into the 21st Century, prepared remarks by Secretary of the Air Force Sheila E. Widnall at the 88th Annual National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Convention, Pittsburgh, Pa., July 16, 1997.

 

#41 Guard and Reserve Have Vital Role in New Century, prepared remarks by John B. Rosamond, executive director, National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, at the Alabama State Convention of the Air Force Association, July 19, 1997.

 

#42 Managing the Pressures to Cut, prepared remarks by Alice C. Maroni, principal deputy undersecretary of defense (comptroller), to the Defense Agencies Comptrollers Conference, Wintergreen, Va., July 8, 1997.

 

#43 An Unbreakable Bond Among Veterans, remarks as delivered by Vice President Al Gore at the Vietnam Veterans of America's 8th National Convention, Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 7, 1997.

 

#44 Navy Reshapes Response for Security Environment, remarks as delivered by Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton at the Seattle Rotary Club Luncheon, Aug. 6, 1997.

 

#45 DoD Continues Fight Against Discrimination, remarks as delivered by Fred Pang, assistant secretary of defense for force management policy, at the American GI Forum National Education Conference, Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 8, 1997.

 

#46 Maintaining the "Delta" for Future Military Forces, remarks prepared for delivery by Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the National Press Club, Washington, Sept. 24, 1997.

 

#47 U.S. Leads in Land Mine Removals While Others Talk, remarks by President Clinton during a White House press conference on land mines, followed by press briefing with Robert Bell, special assistant to the president and senior director for defense policy and arms control, National Security Council, White House, Sept. 17, 1997.

 

#48 Dayton Accords Must Succeed to Prevent Wider War, remarks by Samuel Berger, national security adviser, at Georgetown University, Washington, Sept. 23, 1997.

 

#49 Concept and Practice of Patriotism Is Still in Vogue, remarks by John B. Rosamond, acting director, National Committee for Employer Support for the Guard and Reserve, at the Mississippi Committee for the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Annual Awards Dinner, Jackson, Miss., Oct. 29, 1997.

 

#50 QDR and Employer Support: Challenges for Guard and Reserve, remarks by John B. Rosamond, acting director, National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, at the Naval Enlisted Reserve Association's 40th Annual National Conference Awards Luncheon, North Charleston, S.C., Oct. 22, 1997.

 

#51 Effective Seapower for Global Security, remarks by Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jay L. Johnson at the International Seapower Symposium, Newport, R.I., Nov. 4, 1997.

 

#52. National Security: The Space Dimension, remarks by Gen. Howell M. Estes III, commander, U.S. Space Command, at the Los Angeles Air Force Association Symposium, Nov. 14, 1997.

 

#53 Terror Weapons Grow New Guard and Reserve Roles, remarks by Deborah R. Lee, assistant secretary of defense for reserve affairs, at the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States 104th annual meeting, Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 17, 1997.

 

#54 Military Medicine Strives for Customer Satisfaction and Trust, remarks by Dr. Edward D. Martin, acting assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, before the National Security Subcommittee, House Appropriations Committee, Nov. 6, 1997.

 

#55 European Strength Strengthens U.S. Security, remarks by Deputy Secretary of Defense John J. Hamre at Veterans Day ceremony in Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 11, 1997.

 

#56 Living on the Crest of a New World, remarks by Sherri W. Goodman, deputy undersecretary of defense for environmental security at the Future of the U.S. and International Environmental Industry, Washington, Nov. 11, 1997

 

#57 Training and Test Ranges: A 21st Century Partnership, remarks by Patricia Sanders, director, test systems engineering and evaluation, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology at the National Training Systems Association and International Test and Evaluation Association Workshop, Norfolk, Va., Nov. 18, 1997.

 

#58 Annual Index

 

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