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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.

07/29/1996:   Two briefings will be conducted tomorrow, Tuesday, July 30, 1996, in the DoD Media Briefing Room (2E781).
07/24/1996:   List of FY97 Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations Announced
07/22/1996:   Tuesday Pentagon Press Briefing Rescheduled
07/22/1996:   General Shalikashvili to Depart for Australia, July 23, 1996 No. 229-P
07/19/1996:   Background Briefing on SecDef Perry's upcoming trip to Sydney, Australia.
07/17/1996:   Full Honors Arrival Ceremony to welcome Minister of Defense General-Lieutenant Leonid Maltsev, of the Republic of Belarus.
07/17/1996:   Background Briefing at 3 p.m., July 17, 1996
07/16/1996:   Full Honors Arrival Ceremony to Welcome Minister of Defense Edmundo Perez Yoma, of the Republic of Chile
07/16/1996:   Joint Staff Officials to Participate in a Media Availability on Joint Vision 2010
07/15/1996:   A funeral service for Navy World War II hero Capt. David McCampbell will be held tomorrow at Arlington National Cemetery, Old Post Chapel, Fort Myer at 1 p.m. EDT.
07/11/1996:   Secretary Perry to Address Women Officer's Professional Association July 12
07/11/1996:   SecDef Perry will host an Armed Forces Full Honors Review and Award Ceremony for Senator Sam Nunn.
07/09/1996:   Task Force Leader to Brief Scope and Charter of Saudi Bombing Investigation
07/08/1996:   Full Honors Arrival Ceremony to Welcome Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, of the State of Israel
07/08/1996:   Secretary of Defense to Address Naval Senior Enlisted Academy July 10, 1996
07/08/1996:   Tuesday DoD Press Briefing Canceled
07/08/1996:   Full Honors Arrival Ceremony to welcome President Aleksander Kwasniewski, of the Republic of Poland
07/01/1996:   The Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness Edwin Dorn will release the results of the Department of Defense 1995 Sexual Harassment Study tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in the Pentagon Briefing Room, 2E781.

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