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Volume 10 Numbers 1-66 January-June 1995
As Delivered by , , Saturday, July 01, 1995

AUTHORS

 

Boorda, J.M., Adm., USN, Chief of Naval Operations
The Enemy Is Complacence, #63

 

Chiles, Henry G. Jr., Adm., USN, Commander in Chief, U.S. Strategic Command
Managing a Stable Strategic Drawdown, #55

 

Clapper, James R., Lt. Gen., USAF, Director, Defense Intelligence Agency
The Worldwide Threat to the United States, #5

 

Clinton, Bill, President of the United States
The Legacy of the World War II Generation, #52

 

Denman, Gary, Director, Advanced Research Projects Agency
Defense Initiatives in Technology-based Partnerships, #16

 

Deutch, John M., Deputy Secretary of Defense
Dealing With the Budget Requirement for Defense, #2

 

Dorn, Edwin, Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness
Each of Us Carries a Piece of the Dream, #12
Ten Ways to Look at the Department of Defense, #36
To Stop Harassment, Leaders Must Lead, #64

 

Fogleman, Ronald R., Gen., USAF, Air Force Chief of Staff
Air Force in Operations Other Than War, #1
A New Concept of the Total Force, #13
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18
Information Operations: The Fifth Dimension of Warfare, #47

 

Goodman, Sherri W., Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Environmental Security
Environmental Security: Beyond Compliance to Pollution Prevention, #19

 

Gotbaum, Joshua, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Economic Security
Closing Bases Tough but Necessary, #23
Housing and Quality of Life, #44

 

Hamre, John, DoD Comptroller
Balanced Budget Amendment's Possible Impact on DoD, #7
DoD Plans Kinder, Simpler Travel System, #32
Improving DoD's Financial Management, #57

 

Joseph, Stephen, Dr., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs
All Aboard for TRICARE!, #17
Gulf Illnesses: Stepped-up Efforts, New Research Initiatives, #27

 

Joulwan, George A., Gen., USA, Commander in Chief, U.S. European Command
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40

 

Kaminski, Paul G., Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology
Acquisition Challenge: Affordable Technological Supremacy, #11
Cooperating in a Competitive Environment, #22
Space Forces Essential to Modern Military, #41
Investing in Tomorrow's Technology Today, #46

 

Lee, Deborah R., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs
Three Major Challenges Facing Reserve Components, #4
Reserve Components: Being Mission Ready Essential to Strategy, #33

 

McCaffrey, Barry R., Gen., USA, Commander in Chief, U.S. Southern Command
Southern Command: Upbeat Outlook, Some Lingering Pitfalls, #50

 

Nye, Joseph S. Jr., Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
Strategy for East Asia and the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance, #35

 

O'Neill, Malcolm, Lt. Gen., USA, Director, Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
Ballistic Missile Defense: 12 Years of Achievement, #37

 

Owens, William, Adm., Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Joint Command Readiness: Requirements and Concerns, #29

 

Paige, Emmett Jr., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence
From the Cold War to the Global Information Age, #34

 

Pang, Frederick, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Management Policy
DoD's Straightforward Drawdown Objectives Continue, #31

 

Peay, J.H. Binford III, Gen., USA, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central Command
Meeting the Challenge in the Central Command, #53

 

Perry, William J., Secretary of Defense
Pursuing a Strategy of Mutual Assured Safety, #3
Unfunded Contingency Operations Affect Readiness, #6
Nontraditional Programs Are Critical to Future Defense, #8
The Enduring, Dynamic Relationship That Is NATO, #9
Establishing Strong Security Ties With India and Pakistan, #10
Robust National Security at a Reasonable Cost, #14
Reserve Components Beefing Up for Today's Security Needs, #15
U.S. Choices in Bosnia, #21
Support START II's Nuclear Reductions, #25
Defense By Other Means, #43
The Ethical Use of Military Force, #49
Public Service Recognition Week: Salute to Real People, #51
Beginning the World Anew Through Partnership for Peace, #59
U.S. Policy on Bosnia Remains Steadfast, #60
Working With Gulf Allies to Contain Iraq and Iran, #61

 

Preston, Colleen, Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition Reform
Why DoD's Must Re-engineer Its Procurement System Now, #24
The Administration Agenda for Acquisition Reform, #39

 

Rutherford, Robert L., Gen., USAF, Commander in Chief, U.S. Transportation Command
Working Together for Defense Transportation System 2010, #30

 

Shalikashvili, John M., Gen., USA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Support START II's Nuclear Reductions, #25
The Three Pillars of Leadership, #42
Humanitarian Missions Challenge Military and Media, #54
Pivotal Moment: A World in the Grips of Revolutionary Change, #56

 

Sheehan, John J., Gen., USMC, Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Command
Keeper of Force Quality and Readiness, #45

 

Slocombe, Walter, Undersecretary of Defense for Policy
Partnership for Peace and NATO-Russian Relations, #28

 

Sullivan, Gordon R., Gen., USA, Army Chief of Staff
Strategic Change: The Way Forward, #58
Mobilization Readiness in the 21st Century, #65

 

White, John P., Chairman, Commission on Roles and Missions of the Armed Forces
Improving the Effectiveness of Military Operations, #20

 

Widnall, Sheila, Secretary of the Air Force
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18
The Challenge to Be Different Together, #48
To Stop Harassment, Leaders Must Lead, #64

 

Unbylined
Strategy of Flexible and Selective Engagement, #26
Planning for 21st Century Military Medical Readiness, #38
Commission to DoD: Above All, Support Unified Commands, #62
Index, January-June 1995, #66

 


TOPICS

Acquisition
Balanced Budget Amendment's Possible Impact on DoD, #7
Acquisition Challenge: Affordable Technological Supremacy, #11
A New Concept of the Total Force, #13
Robust National Security at a Reasonable Cost, #14
Cooperating in a Competitive Environment, #22
Why DoD's Must Re-engineer Its Procurement System Now, #24
From the Cold War to the Global Information Age, #34
The Administration Agenda for Acquisition Reform, #39

 

Air Force
Air Force in Operations Other Than War, #1
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18

 

Arms Reductions
Pursuing a Strategy of Mutual Assured Safety, #3
Support START II's Nuclear Reductions, #25
Defense by Other Means, #43

 

Army
Strategic Change: The Way Forward, #58
Mobilization Readiness in the 21st Century, #65

 

Atlantic Command, U.S.
Keeper of Force Quality and Readiness, #45

 

Ballistic Missile Defense
Ballistic Missile Defense: 12 Years of Achievement, #37

 

Base Closures/Realignments
Nontraditional Programs Are Critical to Future Defense, #8
Closing Bases Tough but Necessary, #23

 

Bosnia
Unfunded Contingency Operations Affect Readiness, #6
U.S. Choices in Bosnia, #21
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40
The Ethical Use of Military Force, #49
Humanitarian Missions Challenge Military and Media, #54
U.S. Policy on Bosnia Remains Steadfast, #60

 

Budget
Dealing With the Budget Requirement for Defense, #2
Unfunded Contingency Operations Affect Readiness, #6
Balanced Budget Amendment's Possible Impact on DoD, #7
Robust National Security at a Reasonable Cost, #14
Reserve Components Beefing Up for Today's Security Needs, #15
Closing Bases Tough but Necessary, #23
DoD Plans Kinder, Simpler Travel System, #32
The Administration Agenda for Acquisition Reform, #39
Improving DoD's Financial Management, #57

 

Central Command, U.S.
Establishing Strong Security Ties With India and Pakistan, #10
Meeting the Challenge in the Central Command, #53
Working With Gulf Allies to Contain Iraq and Iran, #61

 

Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence
From the Cold War to the Global Information Age, #34
Space Forces Essential to Modern Military, #41
Information Operations: The Fifth Dimension of Warfare, #47

 

Defense Management
Dealing With the Budget Requirement for Defense, #2
Unfunded Contingency Operations Affect Readiness, #6
Balanced Budget Amendment's Possible Impact on DoD, #7
Acquisition Challenge: Affordable Technological Supremacy, #11
Robust National Security at a Reasonable Cost, #14
Reserve Components Beefing Up for Today's Security Needs, #15
All Aboard for TRICARE!, #17
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18
Environmental Security: Beyond Compliance To Pollution Prevention, #19
Cooperating in a Competitive Environment, #22
Closing Bases Tough but Necessary, #23
Why DoD Must Re-engineer Its Procurement System Now, #24
Joint Command Readiness: Requirements and Concerns, #29
DoD's Straightforward Drawdown Objectives Continue, #31
DoD Plans Kinder, Simpler Travel System, #32
Reserve Components: Being Mission Ready Essential to Strategy, #33
From the Cold War to the Global Information Age, #34
Ten Ways to Look at the Department of Defense, #36
Planning for 21st Century Military Medical Readiness, #38
The Administration Agenda for Acquisition Reform, #39
Housing and Quality of Life, #44
Keeper of Force Quality and Readiness, #45
Investing in Tomorrow's Technology Today, #46
Improving DoD's Financial Management, #57
Strategic Change: The Way Forward, #58
Commission to DoD: Above All, Support Unified Commands, #62
To Stop Harassment, Leaders Must Lead, #64

 

Defense Strategy
Dealing With the Budget Requirement for Defense, #2
The Worldwide Threat to the United States, #5
Establishing Strong Security Ties With India and Pakistan, #10
Robust National Security at a Reasonable Cost, #14
U.S. Choices in Bosnia, #21
Support START II's Nuclear Reductions, #25
Strategy of Flexible and Selective Engagement, #26
Strategy for East Asia and the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance, #35
Ballistic Missile Defense: 12 Years of Achievement, #37
Defense By Other Means, #43
The Ethical Use of Military Force, #49
The Legacy of the World War II Generation, #52
Southern Command: Upbeat Outlook, Some Lingering Pitfalls, #50
Meeting the Challenge in the Central Command, #53
Pivotal Moment: A World in the Grips of Revolutionary Change, #56
Strategic Change: The Way Forward, #58
Working With Gulf Allies to Contain Iraq and Iran, #61
The Enemy Is Complacence, #63
Mobilization Readiness in the 21st Century, #65

 

Drawdown/Force Structure
Dealing With the Budget Requirement for Defense, #2
Robust National Security at a Reasonable Cost, #14
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18
Improving the Effectiveness of Military Operations, #20
Closing Bases Tough but Necessary, #23
DoD's Straightforward Drawdown Objectives Continue, #31
Strategic Change: The Way Forward, #58
U.S. Policy on Bosnia Remains Steadfast, #60

 

Drug Strategy
Southern Command: Upbeat Outlook, Some Lingering Pitfalls, #50

 

Dual-Use Technology
Nontraditional Programs Are Critical to Future Defense, #8
Defense Initiatives in Technology-based Partnerships, #16
Ballistic Missile Defense: 12 Years of Achievement, #37

 

Education
The Three Pillars of Leadership, #42
Southern Command: Upbeat Outlook, Some Lingering Pitfalls, #50
Meeting the Challenge in the Central Command, #53

 

Environment
Environmental Security: Beyond Compliance To Pollution Prevention, #19

 

Equal Opportunity
Each of Us Carries a Piece of the Dream, #12
Ten Ways to Look at the Department of Defense, #36
The Challenge to Be Different Together, #48
To Stop Harassment, Leaders Must Lead, #64

 

European Command, U.S.
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40

 

European Theater
The Enduring, Dynamic Relationship That Is NATO, #9
U.S. Choices in Bosnia, #21
Partnership for Peace and NATO-Russian Relations, #28
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40
Beginning the World Anew Through Partnership for Peace, #59
U.S. Policy on Bosnia Remains Steadfast, #60

 

Humanitarian Assistance
Unfunded Contingency Operations Affect Readiness, #6
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40
The Ethical Use of Military Force, #49
Humanitarian Missions Challenge Military and Media, #54

 

Index
Index, January-June 1995, #66

 

India/Subcontinent
Establishing Strong Security Ties With India and Pakistan, #10

 

Industrial Base
Acquisition Challenge: Affordable Technological Supremacy, #11
A New Concept of the Total Force, #13
Defense Initiatives in Technology-based Partnerships, #16
Cooperating in a Competitive Environment, #22
Why DoD Must Re-engineer Its Procurement System Now, #24
Ten Ways to Look at the Department of Defense, #36
The Administration Agenda for Acquisition Reform, #39

 

Information Management
From the Cold War to the Global Information Age, #34
Space Forces Essential to Modern Military, #41
Information Operations: The Fifth Dimension of Warfare, #47

 

Joint Operations
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18
Improving the Effectiveness of Military Operations, #20
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40
Keeper of Force Quality and Readiness, #45
Information Operations: The Fifth Dimension of Warfare, #47
Southern Command: Upbeat Outlook, Some Lingering Pitfalls, #50
Meeting the Challenge in the Central Command, #53

 

Korea
Strategy for East Asia and the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance, #35

 

Leadership
Each of Us Carries a Piece of the Dream, #12
Ten Ways to Look at the Department of Defense, #36
The Three Pillars of Leadership, #42
The Ethical Use of Military Force, #49
The Legacy of the World War II Generation, #52
Pivotal Moment: A World in the Grips of Revolutionary Change, #56
Strategic Change: The Way Forward, #58
To Stop Harassment, Leaders Must Lead, #64

 

Logistics
Working Together for Defense Transportation System 2010, #30
Mobilization Readiness in the 21st Century, #65

 

Medical Care
All Aboard for TRICARE!, #17
Gulf Illnesses: Stepped-up Efforts, New Research Initiatives, #27
Working Together for Defense Transportation System 2010, #30
Planning for 21st Century Military Medical Readiness, #38

 

Mobilization Readiness
Air Force in Operations Other Than War, #1
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18
Strategy of Flexible and Selective Engagement, #26
Joint Command Readiness: Requirements and Concerns, #29
Working Together for Defense Transportation System 2010, #30
Planning for 21st Century Military Medical Readiness, #38
Keeper of Force Quality and Readiness, #45
Commission to DoD: Above All, Support Unified Commands, #62
Mobilization Readiness in the 21st Century, #65

 

NATO
The Enduring, Dynamic Relationship That Is NATO, #9
U.S. Choices in Bosnia, #21
Partnership for Peace and NATO-Russian Relations, #28
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40
Beginning the World Anew Through Partnership for Peace, #59

 

Nuclear Weapons
Pursuing a Strategy of Mutual Assured Safety, #3
Support START II's Nuclear Reductions, #25
Managing a Stable Strategic Drawdown, #55

 

Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program
Pursuing a Strategy of Mutual Assured Safety, #3
Nontraditional Programs Are Critical to Future Defense, #8
Defense by Other Means, #43

 

Operations Other Than War
Air Force in Operations Other Than War, #1
Unfunded Contingency Operations Affect Readiness, #6
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18
U.S. Choices in Bosnia, #21
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40
The Ethical Use of Military Force, #49
Humanitarian Missions Challenge Military and Media, #54

 

Pacific Theater
Establishing Strong Security Ties With India and Pakistan, #10
Strategy for East Asia and the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance, #35

 

Partnership for Peace
Partnership for Peace and NATO-Russian Relations, #28
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40
Beginning the World Anew Through Partnership for Peace, #59

 

Personnel Issues
Three Major Challenges Facing Reserve Components, #4
Reserve Components Beefing Up for Today's Security Needs, #15
All Aboard for TRICARE!, #17
Gulf Illnesses: Stepped-up Efforts, New Research Initiatives, #27
DoD's Straightforward Drawdown Objectives Continue, #31
Ten Ways to Look at the Department of Defense, #36
Planning for 21st Century Military Medical Readiness, #38
Housing and Quality of Life, #44
The Challenge to Be Different Together, #48

 

Persian Gulf Syndrome
Gulf Illnesses: Stepped-up Efforts, New Research Initiatives, #27

 

Pride in Service
Ten Ways to Look at the Department of Defense, #36
The Three Pillars of Leadership, #42
Public Service Recognition Week: Salute to Real People, #51
The Legacy of the World War II Generation, #52
Pivotal Moment: A World in the Grips of Revolutionary Change, #56
The Enemy Is Complacence, #63

 

Readiness
Air Force in Operations Other Than War, #1
Three Major Challenges Facing Reserve Components, #4
Balanced Budget Amendment's Possible Impact on DoD, #7
Reserve Components Beefing Up for Today's Security Needs, #15
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18
Improving the Effectiveness of Military Operations, #20
Closing Bases Tough but Necessary, #23
Why DoD Must Re-engineer Its Procurement System Now, #24
Joint Command Readiness: Requirements and Concerns, #29
Working Together for Defense Transportation System 2010, #30
Reserve Components: Being Mission Ready Essential to Strategy, #33
Planning for 21st Century Military Medical Readiness, #38
Housing and Quality of Life, #44
Keeper of Force Quality and Readiness, #45
The Challenge to Be Different Together, #48
Strategic Change: The Way Forward, #58
Commission to DoD: Above All, Support Unified Commands, #62
The Enemy Is Complacence, #63
Mobilization Readiness in the 21st Century, #65

 

Research and Development
Defense Initiatives in Technology-based Partnerships, #16
Environmental Security: Beyond Compliance To Pollution Prevention, #19
Cooperating in a Competitive Environment, #22
Ballistic Missile Defense: 12 Years of Achievement, #37
Space Forces Essential to Modern Military, #41
Investing in Tomorrow's Technology Today, #46

 

Reserve Components
Three Major Challenges Facing Reserve Components, #4
Reserve Components Beefing Up for Today's Security Needs, #15
Reserve Components: Being Mission Ready Essential to Strategy, #33

 

Roles and Missions, Commission on
Improving the Effectiveness of Military Operations, #20
Commission to DoD: Above All, Support Unified Commands, #62

 

Russia/Former Soviet Union
Pursuing a Strategy of Mutual Assured Safety, #3
The Enduring, Dynamic Relationship That Is NATO, #9
Support START II's Nuclear Reductions, #25
Partnership for Peace and NATO-Russian Relations, #28
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40
Defense By Other Means, #43

 

Southern Command, U.S.
Southern Command: Upbeat Outlook, Some Lingering Pitfalls, #50

 

Space/Space Systems
Building an Air Force for the Next Century, #18
Ballistic Missile Defense: 12 Years of Achievement, #37
Space Forces Essential to Modern Military, #41
Investing in Tomorrow's Technology Today, #46
Managing a Stable Strategic Drawdown, #55

 

Strategic Arms Reduction Talks
Pursuing a Strategy of Mutual Assured Safety, #3 Support START II's Nuclear Reductions, #25

 

Strategic Command, U.S.
Managing a Stable Strategic Drawdown, #55

 

Test and Evaluation
Space Forces Essential to Modern Military, #41

 

Technology Reinvestment Program
Defense Initiatives in Technology-based Partnerships, #16

 

Threat Assessments
The Worldwide Threat to the United States, #5
Establishing Strong Security Ties With India and Pakistan, #10
Strategy of Flexible and Selective Engagement, #26
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40
The Ethical Use of Military Force, #49
Southern Command: Upbeat Outlook, Some Lingering Pitfalls, #50
Meeting the Challenge in the Central Command, #53
Working With Gulf Allies to Contain Iraq and Iran, #61

 

Transportation
Working Together for Defense Transportation System 2010, #30

 

Unified/Specified Commands
Joint Command Readiness: Requirements and Concerns, #29
Working Together for Defense Transportation System 2010, #30
Keeper of Force Quality and Readiness, #45
Southern Command: Upbeat Outlook, Some Lingering Pitfalls, #50
Meeting the Challenge in the Central Command, #53
Managing a Stable Strategic Drawdown, #55
Commission to DoD: Above All, Support Unified Commands, #62

 

United Nations
Air Force in Operations Other Than War, #1
U.S. Choices in Bosnia, #21
European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, #40

 

Women in the Military
Ten Ways to Look at the Department of Defense, #36
The Challenge to Be Different Together, #48
To Stop Harassment, Leaders Must Lead, #64

 


CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING

#1 Air Force in Operations Other Than War, prepared remarks of Gen. Ronald R. Fogleman, Air Force Chief of Staff, to the American Defense Preparedness Association Dec. 15, 1994.

#2 Dealing With the Budget Requirement for Defense, prepared remarks by Deputy Defense Secretary John Deutch at the National Defense University, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, Jan. 3, 1995.

#3 Pursuing a Strategy of Mutual Assured Safety, remarks by Defense Secretary William J. Perry at the National Press Club, Washington, Jan. 5, 1995.

#4 Three Major Challenges Facing Reserve Components, remarks by Deborah R. Lee, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs, to the Reserve Forces Policy Board, Dec. 5, 1994.

#5 The Worldwide Threat to the United States, prepared statement of Lt. Gen. James R. Clapper, USAF, Defense Intelligence Agency Director, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Jan. 17, 1994.

#6 Unfunded Contingency Operations Affect Readiness, prepared statement of Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to the National Security Subcommittee, House Appropriations Committee, Jan. 25, 1995.

#7 Balanced Budget Amendment's Possible Impact on DoD, prepared statement of DoD Comptroller John Hamre to the House Judiciary Committee, Jan. 10, 1995.

#8 Nontraditional Programs Are Critical to Future Defense, remarks by Secretary of Defense William Perry to the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Washington, Jan. 26, 1995.

#9 The Enduring, Dynamic Relationship That Is NATO, remarks as delivered by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to the Wehrkunde, Munich (Germany) Conference on Security Policy, Feb. 5, 1995.

#10 Establishing Strong Security Ties With India and Pakistan, remarks by Secretary of Defense William Perry to the Foreign Policy Association, New York, Jan. 31, 1995.

#11 Acquisition Challenge: Affordable Technological Supremacy, speech by Paul G. Kaminski, Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology, to the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Jan. 27, 1995.

#12 Each of Us Carries a Piece of the Dream, prepared remarks of Edwin Dorn, Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. birthday observances, U.S. Southern Command headquarters, Panama, Jan. 11, 1995.

#13 A New Concept of the Total Force, prepared remarks by Gen. Ronald R. Fogleman, Air Force Chief of Staff, to the American Defense Preparedness Association, Arlington, Va., Feb. 2, 1995.

#14 Robust National Security at a Reasonable Cost, prepared statement of Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to the House National Security Committee, Feb. 8, 1995.

#15 Reserve Components Beefing Up for Today's Security Needs, prepared statement of Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to the Adjutant General Association of the United States, Washington, Jan. 30, 1995.

#16 Defense Initiatives in Technology-based Partnerships, prepared remarks of Gary Denman, Director, Advanced Research Projects Agency, to the Technology-based Partnership Conference 1995, Santa Barbara, Calif., Feb. 2, 1995.

#17 All Aboard for TRICARE!, prepared remarks of Dr. Stephen Joseph, Assistant Secretary of Defense for health affairs, to the TRICARE Conference, Washington, Jan. 9, 1995.

#18 Building an Air Force for the Next Century, prepared remarks of Air Force Secretary Sheila Widnall and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Ronald Fogleman to the Air Force Association Convention, Orlando, Fla., Feb. 23, 1995.

#19 Environmental Security: Beyond Compliance to Pollution Prevention, prepared remarks of Sherri Goodman, Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Environmental Security, to the Installation Commanders Conference, Jan. 24, 1995.

#20 Improving the Effectiveness of Military Operations, remarks by John P. White, Chairman, Commission on Roles and Missions of the Armed Forces, to the American Defense Preparedness Association, Feb. 15, 1995.

#21 U.S. Choices in Bosnia, prepared remarks of Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at the 100th Landon Lecture Series, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan., March 9, 1995.

#22 Cooperating in a Competitive Environment, remarks by Paul Kaminski, Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology, to the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Feb. 27, 1995.

#23 Closing Bases Tough but Necessary, prepared statement by Joshua Gotbaum, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Economic Security, to the Military Installations and Facilities Subcommittee, House National Security Committee, Feb. 23, 1995.

#24 Why DoD Must Re-engineer Its Procurement System Now, prepared statement of Colleen Preston, Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition Reform, to the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee, Feb. 21, 1995.

#25 Support START II's Nuclear Reductions, prepared statements of Secretary of Defense William J. Perry and Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, March 1, 1995.

#26 Strategy of Flexible and Selective Engagement, executive summary of the new National Military Strategy, published by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, dated February 1995 (released March 8).

#27 Gulf Illnesses: Stepped-up Efforts, New Research Initiatives, prepared statement of Dr. Stephen Joseph, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, to the Hospitals and Health Care Subcommittee, House Veterans Affairs Committee, March 9, 1995.

#28 Partnership for Peace and NATO-Russian Relations, remarks by Walter Slocombe, Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, to the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, March 2, 1995.

#29 Joint Command Readiness: Requirements and Concerns, prepared statement of Adm. William Owens, USN, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the Readiness Subcommittee, House National Security Committee, March 9, 1995.

#30 Working Together for Defense Transportation System 2010, prepared statement of Gen. Robert L. Rutherford, USAF, Commander in Chief, U.S. Transportation Command, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 23, 1995.

#31 DoD's Straightforward Drawdown Objectives Continue, prepared statement of Frederick Pang, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Management Policy, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, March 16, 1995.

#32 DoD Plans Kinder, Simpler Travel System, prepared statement of DoD Comptroller John J. Hamre to the Government Management and District of Columbia Oversight Subcommittee, Government Affairs Committee, March 27, 1995.

#33 Reserve Components: Being Mission Ready Essential to Strategy, prepared statement of Deborah Lee, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs, to the National Security Subcommittee, House Appropriations Committee, March 14, 1995.

#34 From the Cold War to the Global Information Age, remarks by Emmett Paige, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence, to the Catoctin Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications-Electronics Association, Fort Ritchie, Md., Feb. 27, 1995.

#35 Strategy for East Asia and the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance, remarks by Joseph S. Nye Jr., Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, to the Pacific Forum, Center for Strategic and International Studies/JIIA Conference, San Francisco, March 29, 1995.

#36 Ten Ways to Look at the Department of Defense, prepared remarks of Edwin Dorn, Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, to the 26th annual Student Symposium sponsored by the Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, March 25, 1995.

#37 Ballistic Missile Defense: 12 Years of Achievement, prepared statement of Lt. Gen. Malcolm O'Neill, USA, Director, Ballistic Missile Defense Organization, to the House National Security Committee, April 4, 1995.

#38 Planning for 21st Century Military Medical Readiness, executive summary to Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) plan released the week of March 27.

#39 The Administration Agenda for Acquisition Reform, prepared statement of Colleen Preston, Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition Reform, to the Acquisition and Technology Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Committee, April 6, 1995.

#40 European Theater Remains One of Conflict and Transition, prepared statement of Gen. George Joulwan, Commander in Chief, U.S. European Command, to the House National Security Committee, March 2, 1995.

#41 Space Forces Essential to Modern Military, prepared statement of Paul G. Kaminski, Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology, to the National Security Subcommittee, House Appropriations Committee, March 23, 1995.

#42 The Three Pillars of Leadership, prepared remarks of Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at the George C. Marshall ROTC Awards Seminar, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., April 12, 1995.

#43 Defense by Other Means, remarks by Secretary of Defense William Perry to the U.S.-Russian Business Council, Washington, March 29, 1995.

#44 Housing and Quality of Life, prepared statement of Joshua Gotbaum, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Economic Security, to the Military Installations and Facilities Subcommittee, House National Security Committee, April 4, 1995.

#45 Keeper of Force Quality and Readiness, prepared statement of Gen. John J. Sheehan, Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Command, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 14, 1995.

#46 Investing in Tomorrow's Technology Today, prepared statement of Paul G. Kaminski, Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology, to the Research and Development Subcommittee, House National Security Committee, March 28, 1995.

#47 Information Operations: The Fifth Dimension of Warfare, remarks by Gen. Ronald R. Fogleman, Air Force Chief of Staff, to the Armed Forces Communications-Electronics Association, Washington, April 25, 1995.

#48 The Challenge to Be Different Together, remarks prepared for delivery by Sheila Widnall, Secretary of the Air Force, at the Spring Conference of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services, Vienna, Va., April 27, 1995.

#49 The Ethical Use of Military Force, remarks as delivered by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry, Forrestal Lecture, Foreign Affairs Conference, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., April 18, 1995.

#50 Southern Command: Upbeat Outlook, Some Lingering Pitfalls, prepared statement of Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey, USA, Commander in Chief, U.S. Southern Command, to the House National Security Committee, March 8, 1995.

#51 Public Service Recognition Week: Salute to Real People, remarks by Secretary of Defense William Perry at Public Service Recognition Week Observance, Pentagon, May 1, 1995.

#52 The Legacy of the World War II Generation, remarks by President Bill Clinton at 50th anniversary observance, Fort Myer, Va., May 8, 1995.

#53 Meeting the Challenge in the Central Command, prepared statement of Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III, USA, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central Command, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 14, 1995.

#54 Humanitarian Missions Challenge Military and Media, remarks by Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation, George Washington University, Washington, May 4, 1995.

#55 Managing a Stable Strategic Drawdown, prepared statement of Adm. Henry G. Chiles Jr., Commander in Chief, U.S. Strategic Command, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Feb. 23, 1995.

#56 Pivotal Moment: A World in the Grips of Revolutionary Change, remarks as delivered by Gen. John Shalikashvili, USA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the Town Hall of California, Los Angeles, May 11, 1995.

#57 Improving DoD's Financial Management, prepared statement of DoD Comptroller John J. Hamre to the Readiness Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Committee, May 16, 1995.

#58 Strategic Change: The Way Forward, prepared keynote remarks of Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan, Army Chief of Staff, to the International Strategic Management Conference, Dallas, April 24, 1995.

#59 Beginning the World Anew Through Partnership for Peace, remarks by Secretary of Defense William Perry at the George C. Marshall Center, Garmisch, Germany, May 24, 1995.

#60 U.S. Policy on Bosnia Remains Steadfast, prepared statement of Services Committee and House National Security Committee, June 7, 1995.

#61 Working With Gulf Allies to Contain Iraq and Iran, remarks by Secretary William of Defense Perry to the Council on Foreign Relations, New York, May 18, 1995.

#62 Commission to DoD: Above All, Support Unified Commands, executive summary of Directions for Defense, the Commission on Roles and Missions of the Armed Forces report to Congress, the secretary of defense and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, May 24, 1995.

#63 The Enemy Is Complacence, remarks by Adm. Jeremy M. Boorda, USN, Chief of Naval Operations, to the Military Veterans Education Foundation, Columbus, Ohio, May 19, 1995.

#64 To Stop Harassment, Leaders Must Lead, news briefing by Edwin Dorn, Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, and Sheila Widnall, Secretary of the Air Force, co-chairs of a DoD task force to review the military discrimination complaint system, Pentagon, May 12, 1995.

#65 Mobilization Readiness in the 21st Century, prepared remarks of Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan, Army Chief of Staff, to the 1995 Eisenhower Awards Banquet, sponsored by the American Defense Preparedness and National Security Industrial associations, Tysons Corner, Va., May 16, 1995.

#66 Index, January-June 1995.

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