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Defense Issues: Volume 11, Number 103-- Volume 11 Numbers 1-103 January-December 1996
As Delivered by Defense Issues, No location specified, Tuesday, December 31, 1996

AUTHORS

 

Albright, Madeleine, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
New U.S. Land Mine Policy, #40

 

Bayer, Robert E., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense For Installations
Initiative Underwrites Private Sector Housing Risks, #15

 

Beale, Richard E. Jr., Maj. Gen., USA, Director, Defense Commissary Agency
Industry Looks to DoD's Grocers for Solutions, #29

 

Becraft, Carolyn, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Personnel Support
Stop the Violence, #78

 

Bemis, Al, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower and Personnel
Preserving Educational Benefits in the All-Volunteer Force, #20

 

Carter, Ashton B., Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy
Counterproliferation Initiative: Managing Three Crises, #63

 

Christopher, Warren, Secretary of State
New U.S. Land Mine Policy, #40

 

Clinton, Bill, President of the United States
New U.S. Land Mine Policy, #40
We Are Partners With a Common Purpose, #46

 

Dalton, John H., Secretary of the Navy
Vision for the Navy's Future, #12
Deterring and Eliminating Hate Group Activities, #57

 

DeMesne, Ruby, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Force Management and Personnel
Stop the Violence, #78

 

Dorn, Edwin, Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness
It's Time to Dream Again, #4
America's Armed Forces: A Shared Commitment, #24
Deterring and Eliminating Hate Group Activities, #57

 

Downing, Wayne, Gen. (ret.), USA, Chairman, Downing Task Force on the Khobar Towers Bombing
The Protection of U.S. Forces Abroad, #88

 

Ebbesen, Samuel E., Lt. Gen., USA, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Personnel Policy
Preserving Educational Benefits in the All-Volunteer Force, #20

 

Estes, Howell M. III, Gen., USAF, Commander, U.S. Space Command, North American Aerospace Defense Command and Air Force Space Command
Space: The Fourth Medium of Military Operations, #98

 

Fogleman, Ronald R., Gen., USAF, Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force
National Missile Defense Program: When, Not Whether, #48
Ready for the Future, #87
Strategic Vision and Core Competencies, #96

 

Habiger, Eugene E., Gen., USAF, Commander in Chief, U.S. Strategic Command
U.S. Strategic Command: Peace Is Still Our Profession, #33

 

Hamre, John, DoD Comptroller
Making DoD's Temporary Duty Travel User Friendly, #28

 

Holmes, Allen H., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict
Civil Affairs Soldiers Are Crucial to Peace, #60

 

Johnson, Jay L., Adm., USN, Chief of Naval Operations
Forward Presence Essential to American Interests, #100

 

Joseph, Stephen, Dr., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs
Military Medicine: In Step, Adept, Flexible, #11
Providing a Cost-Effective Health Care System, #22
Telemedicine in the Military Health Services System, #62

 

Joulwan, George A., Gen., USA, Commander in Chief, U.S. European Command
European Command's Strategy of Engagement and Preparedness, #41

 

Kaminski, Paul G., Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology
Building a Ready Force for the 21st Century, #6
DoD Single Process Initiative, #7
21st Century Battlefield Dominance, #10
DoD-Sponsored R&D Centers Still Critical, Worth Keeping, #21
DoD's Ballistic Missile Defense Strategy, #25
DoD Fiscal 1997 Acquisition and Technology Program, #32
Sustaining Flight Through Knowledge, #42
Defense Trade and Cooperation, #53
Affordable Radar Technology: The Defense Perspective, #54
Defense Modeling and Simulation, #64
Affordability in the Submarine Force, #65
The End of the Beginning, #68
Three Musts for Affordable Naval Mine Warfare, #69
Single Process Initiative: Progress and Prospects, #75
U.S. Perspective on Defense Industrial Base Trends, #84
Defense Industry Challenges and Opportunities, #85
Modernizing U.S. Tactical Aviation for Air Dominance, #86
Creating Opportunity with Advanced Technology, #90
Dark Cloud of Nuclear War Threat Fading, But Not Gone, #92
DoD's Seven-Part Munitions Program, #94
Sustaining U.S. Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century, #95
Lean Logistics: Better, Faster, Cheaper, #99

 

Krulak, Charles C., Gen., Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps
Forward Presence Essential to American Interests, #100

 

Lake, Anthony, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
Defining Missions, Setting Deadlines, #14

 

Lee, Deborah, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs
National Guard, Reserve -- Central Parts of Total Force, #23
Employer's Support Vital to Reserve Contingency Operations, #81

 

McLaurin, John, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Military Personnel Management and Equal Opportunity Policy
Stop the Violence, #78

 

O'Neill, Malcolm R., Lt. Gen., USA, Director, Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
Staying Prepared Against Ballistic Missiles, #18

 

Paige, Emmett Jr., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence
Dr. King's Appeal to an Uneasy Conscience, #9
Six Emerging Trends in Information Management, #16
Tying Together the Best Individual Intellectual Efforts, #17
Raising Awareness of the Year 2000 Computer Problem, #35
Achieving the Integrated Systems Concept, #51
The Rapid Expansion of Intelink, #66
Integrating Medicine and C4I for Better Health Care, #67
The Future of Information Security, #71
Striving for Information Superiority, #72
Ensuring Joint Force Superiority in the Information Age, #82
Electromagnetic Spectrum: Key to Success in Future Conflicts, #83

 

Pang, Fred, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Management Policy
Quality People: Lifeblood of a Quality Force, #27

 

Peay, James Henry Binford III, Gen., USA, Commander, U.S. Central Command
Theater Commander's View of Medical Support, #102

 

Perry, William J., Secretary of Defense
Ten Things I Never Imagined Doing Five Years Ago, #2
Completing Marshall's Plan in Europe, #3
Bosnia: So Far, So Good, #5
The Reserve Components and the Real World, #8
Managing Danger: Prevent, Deter, Defeat, #13
Protecting the Nation Through Ballistic Missile Defense, #37
New U.S. Land Mine Policy, #40
Armed Forces Day: In Tribute to "Mike's Navy," #43
Fulfilling the Role of Preventive Defense, #44
Change Means Challenge and Opportunity, #47
Preventive Defense in the Asia-Pacific Region, #49
Six Postulates for a Future NATO, #56
Terrorists Strike U.S. Forces in Middle East, #58
Combating Terrorism in Saudi Arabia, #59
Force Protection: Take Care of Each Other, Perry #70
Nurturing Great People and Bold Leaders, #73
Making the Scrimmage Tougher Than the Game, #74
Second Chance to Build a Whole Europe, #76
The Risks If We Would Be Free, #77
Curbing Saddam's Military Adventures, #79
DoD's Re-evaluation of the Force Protection Posture, #80
NATO "Super" Partners in Europe, #89
Squaring DoD's "Circle," #93
A Pragmatic U.S.-Russian Partnership, #97

 

Ralston, Joseph, Gen., USAF, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
New U.S. Land Mine Policy, #40

 

Shalikashvili, John M., Gen., USA, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
The Responsibility for the Military to Remain Ready and Strong, #36
The Force Is as Lean as Risk Allows, #38
The DoD-CARE Humanitarian Connection, #39
America's Armed Forces: A Perspective, #101

 

Slocombe, Walter B., Undersecretary of Defense for Policy
U.S. Hopes for NATO's European Security Role, #52

 

Smith, Harold P. Jr., Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Nuclear and Chemical and Biological Defense Programs
Assuring Confidence in the U.S. Nuclear Stockpile, #26

 

White, John P., Deputy Secretary of Defense
Setting a Standard of Stewardship, #19
Modernization Hinges on Fiscal Reality, Responsibility, #34
Adapting to New World Realities, #45
Taking Stock of Ourselves, #91

 

West, Togo Jr., Secretary of the Army
Deterring and Eliminating Hate Group Activities, #57

 

Widnall, Sheila, Secretary of the Air Force
Stewards of Space, #50
An Air Force for Tomorrow, #55
Deterring and Eliminating Hate Group Activities, #57
Ready for the Future, #87

 

Unbylined:
Accounting for the Missing in Southeast Asia, #1
Improving the Combat Edge Through Outsourcing, #30
Women Play Crucial Role in Nation's Defense, #31
Survey Shows Decline in Sexual Harassment, #61

 


 

TOPICS

 

 

Acquisition and Technology
Building a Ready Force for the 21st Century, Kaminski (#6)
DoD Single Process Initiative, Kaminski (#7)
21st Century Battlefield Dominance, Kaminski (#10)
DoD-Sponsored R&D Centers Still Critical, Worth Keeping, Kaminski (#21)
DoD's Fiscal 1997 Acquisition and Technology Program, Kaminski (#32)
Sustaining Flight Through Knowledge, Kaminski (#42)
Affordable Radar Technology: The Defense Perspective, Kaminski (#54)
Defense Modeling and Simulation, Kaminski (#64)
Affordability in the Submarine Force, Kaminski (#65)
The End of the Beginning, Kaminski (#68)
Three Musts for Affordable Naval Mine Warfare, Kaminski (#69)
Single Process Initiative: Progress and Prospects, Kaminski (#75)
U.S. Perspective on Defense Industrial Base Trends, Kaminski (#84)
Defense Industry Challenges and Opportunities, Kaminski (#85)
Modernizing U.S. Tactical Aviation for Air Dominance, Kaminski (#86)
Creating Opportunity With Advanced Technology, Kaminski (#90)
Squaring DoD's "Circle," Kaminski (#93)
DoD's Seven-Part Munitions Program, Kaminski (#94)
Sustaining U.S. Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century, Kaminski (#95)
Lean Logistics: Better, Faster, Cheaper, Kaminski (#99)

 

Acquisition Reform
DoD Single Process Initiative, Kaminski (#7)
DoD's Fiscal 1997 Acquisition and Technology Program, Kaminski (#32)
The End of the Beginning, Kaminski (#68)

 

Air Force
U.S. Strategic Command: Peace Is Still Our Profession, Habiger (#33)
Sustaining Flight Through Knowledge, Kaminski (#42)
National Missile Defense Program: When, Not Whether, Fogleman (#48)
Stewards of Space, Widnall (#50)
An Air Force for Tomorrow, Widnall (#55)
Terrorists Strike U.S. Forces in Middle East, Perry (#58)
Modernizing U.S. Tactical Aviation for Air Dominance, Kaminski (#86)
Ready for the Future, Fogleman/Widnall (#87)
Strategic Vision and Core Competencies, Fogleman (#96)
Space: Fourth Medium of Military Operations, Estes (#98)
Lean Logistics: Better, Faster, Cheaper, Kaminski (#99)

 

Ballistic Missile Defense
21st Century Battlefield Dominance, Kaminski (#10)
Staying Prepared Against Ballistic Missiles, O'Neill (#18)
DoD's Ballistic Missile Defense Strategy, Kaminski (#25)
Protecting the Nation Through Ballistic Missile Defense, Perry (#37)
Sustaining Flight Through Knowledge, Kaminski (#42)
Counterproliferation Initiative: Managing Three Crises, Carter (#63)

 

Battlefield Dominance
21st Century Battlefield Dominance, Kaminski (#10)
Modernizing U.S. Tactical Aviation for Air Dominance, Kaminski (#86)

 

Bosnia
Bosnia: So Far, So Good, Perry (#5)
The Reserve Components and the Real World, Perry (#8)
Defining Missions, Setting Deadlines, Lake (#14)
The Force Is as Lean as Risk Allows, Shalikashvili (#38)
Adapting to New World Realities, White (#45)
Making the Scrimmage Tougher Than the Game, Perry (#74)
Second Chance to Build a Whole Europe, Perry (#76)
America's Armed Forces: A Perspective, Shalikashvili (#101)

 

Budget
Improving the Combat Edge Through Outsourcing, Unbylined (#30)
Adapting to New World Realities, White (#45)
Creating Opportunity With Advanced Technology, Kaminski (#90)
Squaring DoD's "Circle," Kaminski (#93)
DoD's Seven-Part Munitions Program, Kaminski (#94)
Sustaining U.S. Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century, Kaminski (#95)

 

Civil Affairs
Civil Affairs Soldiers Are Crucial to Peace, Holmes (#60)

 

Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence
Six Emerging Trends in Information Management, Paige (#16)
Tying Together the Best Individual Intellectual Efforts, Paige (#17)
Rising Awareness of the Year 2000 Computer Problem, Paige (#35)
Achieving the Integrated Systems Concept, Paige (#51)
The Rapid Expansion of Intelink, Paige (#66)
Integrating Medicine and C4I for Better Health Care, Paige (#67)
The Future of Information Security, Paige (#71)
Striving for Information Superiority, Paige (#72)
Ensuring Joint Force Superiority in the Information Age, Paige (#82)
Electromagnetic Spectrum: Key to Success in Future Conflicts, Paige (#83)

 

Cost-Savings Efforts
DoD Single Process Initiative, Kaminski (#7)
Initiative Underwrites Private Sector Housing Risks, Bayer (#15)
Improving the Combat Edge Through Outsourcing, Unbylined (#30)
Affordable Radar Technology: The Defense Perspective, Kaminski (#54)
Defense Modeling and Simulation, Kaminski (#64)
Affordability in the Submarine Force, Kaminski (#65)
The End of the Beginning, Kaminski (#68)
Single Process Initiative: Progress and Prospects, Kaminski (#75)
U.S. Perspective on Defense Industrial Base Trends, Kaminski (#84)
Modernizing U.S. Tactical Aviation for Air Dominance, Kaminski (#86)
Creating Opportunity With Advanced Technology, Kaminski (#90)
Sustaining U.S. Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century, Kaminski (#95)
Lean Logistics: Better, Faster, Cheaper, Kaminski #(99)

 

Defense Strategy
Vision for the Navy's Future, Dalton (#12)
Managing Danger: Prevent, Deter, Defeat, Perry (#13)
DoD's Ballistic Missile Defense Strategy, Kaminski (#25)
Preventive Defense in the Asia-Pacific Region, Perry (#49)
Defense Modeling and Simulation, Kaminski (#64)
Squaring DoD's "Circle," Kaminski (#93)
Sustaining U.S. Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century, Kaminski (#95)
Strategic Vision and Core Competencies, Fogleman (#96)
Forward Presence Essential to U.S. Interests, Krulak (#100)

 

Defense Commissary Agency
Industry Looks to DoD's Grocers for Solutions, Beale (#29)

 

Democracy
Fulfilling the Role of Preventive Defense, Perry (#44)

 

Downsizing
America's Armed Forces: A Shared Commitment, Dorn (#24)
Quality People: Lifeblood of a Quality Force, Pang (#27)

 

Environment
Setting a Standard of Stewardship, White (#19)

 

Equal Opportunity
It's Time to Dream Again, Dorn (#4)
Deterring and Eliminating Hate Group Activities, Dorn et al (#57)

 

Europe
Completing Marshall's Plan in Europe, Perry (#3)
European Command's Strategy of Engagement and Preparedness, Joulwan (#41)
Fulfilling the Role of Preventive Defense, Perry (#44)
New U.S. Land Mine Policy, Clinton/Christopher/ Perry/Albright/Ralston (#40)
Second Chance to Build a Whole Europe, Perry (#76)
NATO and "Super" Partners in Europe, Perry (#89)

 

Force Protection
Force Protection: Take Care of Each Other, Perry (#70)
National Missile Defense Program: When, Not Whether, Fogleman (#48)

 

GI Bill
Preserving Educational Benefits in the All-Volunteer Force, Ebbesen/Bemis (#20)

 

Hate Groups
Deterring and Eliminating Hate Group Activities, Dorn et al (#57)

 

Humanitarian
The DoD-CARE Humanitarian Connection, Shalikashvili (#39)
Defining Missions, Setting Deadlines, Lake (#14)

 

Industrial Base
U.S. Perspective on Defense Industrial Base Trends, Kaminski (#84)
Defense Industry Challenges and Opportunities, Kaminski (#85)
DoD's Seven-Part Munitions Program, Kaminski (#94)

 

Information Management
Six Emerging Trends in Information Management, Paige (#16)
Tying Together the Best Individual Intellectual Efforts, Paige (#17)
Striving for Information Superiority, Paige (#72)
Ensuring Joint Force Superiority in the Information Age, Paige (#82)

 

Iraq
Curbing Saddam's Military Adventures, Perry (#79)

 

Korea
New U.S. Land Mine Policy, Clinton/Christopher/ Perry/Albright/Ralston (#40)

 

Leadership
Nurturing Great People and Bold Leaders, Perry (#73)
The Responsibility for the Military to Remain Ready and Strong, Shalikashvili (#36)

 

Logistics
Sustaining U.S. Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century, Kaminski (#95)
Lean Logistics: Better, Faster, Cheaper, Kaminski (#99)

 

Low-Intensity Conflict
Civil Affairs Soldiers Are Crucial to Peace, Holmes (#60)

 

Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. King's Appeal to an Uneasy Conscience, Paige (#9)

 

Memorial Day
We Are Partners With a Common Purpose, Clinton (#46)

 

Military, Economic Challenges
Defense Trade and Cooperation, Kaminski (#53)

 

Military Housing
Initiative Underwrites Private Sector Housing Risks, Bayer (#15)

 

Military Medicine
Military Medicine: In Step, Adept, Flexible, Joseph (#11)
Providing a Cost-Effective Health Care System, Joseph (#22)
Telemedicine in the Military Health Services System, Joseph (#62)
Theater Commander's View of Medical Support, Peay (#102)

 

Mine Warfare
New U.S. Land Mine Policy, Clinton/Christopher/ Perry/Albright/Ralston (#40)
Three Musts for Affordable Naval Mine Warfare, Kaminski (#69)

 

Missile Defense
National Missile Defense Program: When, Not Whether, Fogleman (#48)

 

Modeling and Simulation
Defense Modeling and Simulation, Kaminski (#64)

 

Modernization
Vision for the Navy's Future, Dalton (#12)
Modernization Hinges on Fiscal Reality, Responsibility, White (#34)
The Force Is as Lean as Risk Allows, Shalikashvili (#38)
Modernizing U.S. Tactical Aviation for Air Dominance, (#86)

 

National Guard and Reserve
The Reserve Components and the Real World, Perry (#8)
Managing Danger: Prevent, Deter, Defeat, Perry (#13)
DoD-Sponsored R&D Centers Still Critical, Worth Keeping, Kaminski (#21)
National Guard, Reserve -- Central Parts of Total Force, Lee (#23)
Employer's Support Vital to Reserve Contingency Operations, Lee (#81)

 

National Defense
Managing Danger: Prevent, Deter, Defeat, Perry (#13)
Defining Missions, Setting Deadlines, Lake (#14)
DoD's Fiscal 1997 Acquisition and Technology Program, Kaminski (#32)
U.S. Strategic Command: Peace Is Still Our Profession, Habiger (#33)
The Responsibility for the Military to Remain Ready and Strong, Shalikashvili (#36)
Protecting the Nation Through Ballistic Missile Defense, Perry #(37)
The DoD-CARE Humanitarian Connection, Shalikashvili (#39)
Fulfilling the Role of Preventive Defense, Perry (#44)
Adapting to New World Realities, White (#45)
We Are Partners With a Common Purpose, Clinton (#46)
Stewards of Space, Widnall (#50)
Civil Affairs Soldiers Are Crucial to Peace, Holmes (#60)
Change Means Challenge and Opportunity, Perry (#47)
Terrorists Strike U.S. Forces in Middle East, Perry (#58)
Nurturing Great People and Bold Leaders, Perry (#73)
The Risks If We Would Be Free, Perry (#77)
DoD's Re-evaluation of the Force Protection Posture, Perry (#80)
Taking Stock of Ourselves, White (#91)
Dark Clouds of Nuclear War Threat Fading, But Not Gone, Kaminski (#92)
Squaring DoD's "Circle," Kaminski (#93)
DoD's Seven-Part Munitions Program, Kaminski (#94)
Strategic Vision and Core Competencies, Fogleman (#96)
Space: Fourth Medium of Military Operations, Estes (#98)
Forward Presence Essential to U.S. Interests, Krulak (#100)

 

NATO
Ten Things I Never Imagined Doing Five Years Ago, Perry (#2)
Completing Marshall's Plan in Europe, Perry (#3)
Bosnia: So Far, So Good, Perry (#5)
The Reserve Components and the Real World, Perry (#8)
The Force Is as Lean as Risk Allows, Shalikashvili (#38)
European Command's Strategy of Engagement and Preparedness, JoulWan (#41)
Sustaining Flight Through Knowledge, Kaminski (#42)
Adapting to New World Realities, White (#45)
U.S. Hopes for NATO's European Security Role, Slocombe (#52)
Defense Trade and Cooperation, Kaminski (#53)
Six Postulates for a Future NATO, Perry (#56)
Making the Scrimmage Tougher Than the Game, Perry #74
Second Chance to Build a Whole Europe, Perry (#76)
NATO and "Super" Partners in Europe, Perry (#89)
DoD's Seven-Part Munitions Program, Kaminski (#94)
A Pragmatic U.S.-Russian Partnership, Perry (#97)
America's Armed Forces: A Perspective, Shalikashvili (#101)

 

Navy-Marine Corps
Vision for the Navy's Future, Dalton (#12)
Armed Forces Day: In Tribute to "Mike's Navy," Perry (#43)
Affordability in the Submarine Force, Kaminski (#65)
Forward Presence Essential to U.S. Interests, Krulak (#100)

 

Nuclear Stockpile
Assuring Confidence in the U.S. Nuclear Stockpile, Smith (#26)
U.S. Strategic Command: Peace Is Still Our Profession, Habiger (#33)

 

Nuclear Threat
Ten Things I Never Imagined Doing Five Years Ago, Perry (#2)
Staying Prepared Against Ballistic Missiles, O'Neill (#18)
Assuring Confidence in the U.S. Nuclear Stockpile, Smith (#26)
U.S. Strategic Command: Peace Is Still Our Profession, Habiger (#33)
Counterproliferation Initiative: Managing Three Crises, Carter (#63)
Dark Clouds of Nuclear War Threat Fading, But Not Gone, Kaminski (#92)

 

Outsourcing
Improving the Combat Edge Through Outsourcing, Unbylined (#30)

 

Pacific Theater
Preventive Defense in the Asia-Pacific Region, Perry (#49)

 

Persian Gulf Region
Combating Terrorism in Saudi Arabia, Perry et al (#59)
The Risks If We Would be Free, Perry (#77)
Curbing Saddam's Military Adventures, Perry (#79)
DoD's Re-evaluation of the Force Protection Posture, Perry (#80)

 

Personnel Issues
It's Time to Dream Again, Dorn (#4)
Military Medicine: In Step, Adept, Flexible, Joseph (#11)
Initiative Underwrites Private Sector Housing Risks, Bayer (#15)
Preserving Educational Benefits in the All-Volunteer Force, Ebbesen/Bemis (#20)
Providing a Cost-Effective Health Care System, Joseph (#22)
National Guard, Reserve -- Central Parts of Total Force, Lee #23
Quality People: Lifeblood of a Quality Force, Pang (#27)
Making DoD's Temporary Duty Travel User Friendly, Hamre (#28)
Industry Looks to DoD's Grocers for Solutions, Beale (#29)
Women Play Crucial Role in Nation's Defense, Unbylined #(31)
Sustaining Flight Through Knowledge, (#42)
Achieving the Integrated Systems Concept, Paige (#51)
Deterring and Eliminating Hate Group Activities, Dorn et al (#57)
Combating Terrorism in Saudi Arabia, Perry et al (#59)
Survey Shows Decline in Sexual Harassment, Unbylined (#61)
Telemedicine in the Military Health Services System, Joseph (#62)
Force Protection: Take Care of Each Other, Perry (#70)
Nurturing Great People and Bold Leaders, Perry (#73)
Making the Scrimmage Tougher Than the Game, Perry (#74)
Stop the Violence, Becraft et al (#78)
Employer's Support Vital to Reserve Contingency Operations, Lee (#81)
The Protection of U.S. Forces Abroad, Unbylined (#88)
Theater Commander's View of Medical Support, Peay (#102)

 

Partnership for Peace
Completing Marshall's Plan in Europe, Perry (#3)
Change Means Challenge and Opportunity, Perry (#47)
Adapting to New World Realities, White (#45)
U.S. Hopes for NATO's European Security Role, Slocombe (#52)
Second Chance to Build a Whole Europe, Perry (#76)
NATO and "Super" Partners in Europe, Perry (#89)
A Pragmatic U.S.-Russian Partnership, Perry (#97)

 

Post-Cold War
European Command's Strategy of Engagement and Preparedness, Joulwan (#41)
Fulfilling the Role of Preventive Defense, Perry (#44)
A Pragmatic U.S.-Russian Partnership, Perry (#97)

 

POW/MIA
Accounting for the Missing in Southeast Asia, Unbylined (#1)

 

Pride in Service
Ready for the Future, Fogleman/Widnall (#87)
We Are Partners With a Common Purpose, Clinton (#46)

 

Quality of Life
Military Medicine: In Step, Adept, Flexible, Joseph (#11)
Initiative Underwrites Private Sector Housing Risks, Bayer (#15)
Setting a Standard of Stewardship, White (#19)
Providing a Cost-Effective Health Care System, Joseph (#22)
America's Armed Forces: A Shared Commitment, Dorn (#24)
Quality People: Lifeblood of a Quality Force, Pang #(27)
Making DoD's Temporary Duty Travel User Friendly, Hamre (#28)
Industry Looks to DoD's Grocers for Solutions, Beale (#29)
Women Play Crucial Role in Nation's Defense, Unbylined (#31)
Achieving the Integrated Systems Concept, Paige #(51)
Deterring and Eliminating Hate Group Activities, (#57)
Survey Shows Decline in Sexual Harassment, Unbylined (#61)
Telemedicine in the Military Health Services System, Joseph (#62)
Nurturing Great People and Bold Leaders, Perry (#73)
Stop the Violence, Becraft et al (#78)
Employer's Support Vital to Reserve Contingency Operations, Lee (#81)
Theater Commander's View of Medical Support, Peay (#102)

 

Quadrennial Defense Review
Taking Stock of Ourselves, White (#91)
Squaring DoD's "Circle," Kaminski (#93)

 

Research and Development
Vision for the Navy's Future, Dalton (#12)
DoD-Sponsored R&D Centers Still Critical, Worth Keeping, Kaminski (#21)
DoD's Fiscal 1997 Acquisition and Technology Program, Kaminski (#32)
Sustaining Flight Through Knowledge, Kaminski (#42)
Defense Trade and Cooperation, Kaminski (#53)
Affordable Radar Technology: The Defense Perspective, Kaminski (#54)
Affordability in the Submarine Force, Kaminski (#65)
Three Musts for Affordable Naval Mine Warfare, Kaminski (#69)
Striving for Information Superiority, Paige (#72)
Single Process Initiative: Progress and Prospects, Kaminski (#75)
Electromagnetic Spectrum: Key to Success in Future Conflicts, Paige (#83)
U.S. Perspective on Defense Industrial Base Trends, Kaminski (#84)
Modernizing U.S. Tactical Aviation for Air Dominance, Kaminski (#86)
Creating Opportunity With Advanced Technology, Kaminski (#90)
DoD's Seven-Part Munitions Program, Kaminski (#94)

 

ROTC
The Responsibility for the Military to Remain Ready and Strong, Shalikashvili (#36)

 

Sexual Harassment
Survey Shows Decline in Sexual Harassment, Unbylined (#61)

 

Space
Stewards of Space, Widnall (#50)
Ready for the Future, Fogleman/Widnall (#87)
Space: Fourth Medium of Military Operations, Estes (#98)

 

Special Operations
Civil Affairs Soldiers are Crucial to Peace, Holmes (#60)

 

Spousal Abuse
Stop the Violence, Becraft et al (#78)

 

Transportation
Lean Logistics: Better, Faster, Cheaper, Kaminski (#99)

 

Terrorism
Terrorists Strike U.S. Forces in Middle East, Perry (#58)
Combating Terrorism in Saudi Arabia, Perry et al (#59)
Civil Affairs Soldiers are Crucial to Peace, Holmes (#60)
Counterproliferation Initiative: Managing Three Crises, Carter (#63)
Force Protection: Take Care of Each Other, Perry (#70)
The Risks If We Would Be Free, Perry (#77)
DoD's Re-evaluation of the Force Protection Posture, Perry (#80)
The Protection of U.S. Forces Abroad, Unbylined (#88)

 

Travel
Making DoD's Temporary Duty Travel User Friendly, Hamre (#28)

 

U.S.-Partnership-Russian
Ten Things I Never Imagined Doing Five Years Ago, Perry (#2)
Change Means Challenge and Opportunity, Perry (#47)
U.S. Hopes for NATO's European Security Role, Slocombe (#52)
A Pragmatic U.S.-Russian Partnership, Perry (#97)

 

Vision for the Future
It's Time to Dream Again, Dorn (#4)

 

Weapons of Mass Destruction
Staying Prepared Against Ballistic Missiles, O'Neill (#18)
Assuring Confidence in the U.S. Nuclear Stockpile, Smith (#26)
U.S. Strategic Command: Peace Is Still Our Profession, Habiger (#33)
Counterproliferation Initiative: Managing Three Crises, Carter (#63)
Dark Clouds of Nuclear War Threat Fading, But Not Gone, Kaminski (#92)
DoD's Seven-Part Munitions Program, Kaminski (#94)

 

Women in Defense
Women Play Crucial Role in Nation's Defense, Unbylined (#31)

 


 

CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING

 

#1 Accounting for the Missing in Southeast Asia, DoD report to Congress and the nation prepared by the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for POW/MIA Affairs, Nov. 13, 1995.

#2 Ten Things I Never Imagined Doing Five Years Ago, remarks as delivered by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to the Business Week Forum, Washington, Jan. 18, 1995.

#3 Completing Marshall's Plan in Europe, remarks as delivered by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at the Wehrkunde Conference, Munich, Germany, Feb. 4, 1996.

#4 It's Time to Dream Again, prepared remarks of Edwin Dorn, undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness, at The Citadel, Charleston, S.C., Feb. 8, 1996.

#5 Bosnia: So Far, So Good, remarks as delivered by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., Jan. 27, 1996.

#6 Building a Ready Force for the 21st Century, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the Huntsville (Ala.) Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 17, 1996.

#7 DoD Single Process Initiative, prepared remarks of Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the Lockheed-Martin Common Processes Conference, Arlington, Va., Jan. 18, 1996.

#8 The Reserve Components and the Real World, prepared remarks of Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at the Adjutants General Association, Washington, Feb. 7, 1996.

#9 Dr. King's Appeal to an Uneasy Conscience, prepared remarks of Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence, at the Martin Luther King Jr. Executive Breakfast, Pentagon, Feb. 8, 1996.

#10 21st Century Battlefield Dominance, prepared remarks of Paul Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the American Defense Preparedness Association/Association of the U.S. Army Symposium, Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala., Jan. 16, 1996.

#11 Military Medicine: In Step, Adept, Flexible, prepared remarks of Dr. Stephen Joseph, assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, to the DoD TRICARE Convention, Washington, Jan. 22, 1996.

#12 Vision for the Navy's Future, remarks as delivered by Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton at the National Press Club, Washington, Feb. 14, 1996.

#13 Managing Danger: Prevent, Deter, Defeat, introduction to the "Annual Report to the President and the Congress" by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry, released March 4, 1996.

#14 Defining Missions, Setting Deadlines, prepared remarks of Anthony Lake, assistant to the president for national security affairs, at George Washington University, Washington, March 6, 1996.

#15 Initiative Underwrites Private Sector Housing Risks, prepared statement of Robert E. Bayer, deputy assistant secretary of defense for installations, to the Military Installations and Facilities Subcommittee, House National Security Committee, March 7, 1996.

#16 Six Emerging Trends in Information Management, prepared keynote address by Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence, at the Information Management for the Warfighter Symposium, Tyson's Corner, Va., Feb. 29, 1996.

#17 Tying Together the Best Individual Intellectual Efforts, prepared remarks of Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence, at the Software Technology Management Conference, Santa Barbara, Calif., March 6, 1996.

#18 Staying Prepared Against Ballistic Missiles, prepared statement of Lt. Gen. Malcolm R. O'Neill, USA, director, Ballistic Missile Defense Organization, to the House National Security Committee, March 7, 1996.

#19 Setting a Standard of Stewardship, prepared remarks of John P. White, deputy secretary of defense, to the Restoration Advisory Board, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md., March 8, 1996.

#20 Preserving Educational Benefits in the All-Volunteer Force, prepared statements of Lt. Gen. Samuel E. Ebbesen, USA, deputy assistant secretary of defense for military personnel policy; and Al Bemis, deputy assistant secretary of defense for manpower and personnel, to the Training, Employment and Housing Subcommittee, House Veterans Affairs Committee, March 7, 1996.

#21 DoD-Sponsored R&D Centers Still Critical, Worth Keeping, prepared statement of Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the House National Security Committee, March 5, 1996.

#22 Providing a Cost-Effective Health Care System, prepared statement by Dr. Stephen Joseph, assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, to the House National Security Committee, March 7, 1996.

#23 National Guard, Reserve -- Central Parts of Total Force, prepared remarks of Deborah Lee, assistant secretary of defense for reserve affairs, to the Adjutant General Association of the United States, Washington, Feb. 6, 1996.

#24 America's Armed Forces: A Shared Commitment, prepared statement by Edwin Dorn, undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness, to the Personnel Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Committee, March 13, 1996.

#25 DoD's Ballistic Missile Defense Strategy, prepared statement of Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, March 6, 1996.

#26 Assuring Confidence in the U.S. Nuclear Stockpile, prepared statement of Harold P. Smith Jr., assistant to the secretary of defense for nuclear and chemical and biological defense programs, to the Military Procurement Subcommittee, House National Security Committee, Washington, March 12, 1996.

#27 Quality People: Lifeblood of a Quality Force, prepared statement of Fred Pang, assistant secretary of defense for force management policy, to Personnel Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Committee, March 12, 1996.

#28 Making DoD's Temporary Duty Travel User Friendly, prepared statement of John Hamre, DoD comptroller, to the Government Management and D.C. Oversight Subcommittee, Senate Government Affairs Committee, March 8, 1996.

#29 Industry Looks to DoD's Grocers for Solutions, prepared statement by Maj. Gen. Richard E. Beale Jr., USA, director, Defense Commissary Agency, to the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Panel, House National Security Committee, March 27, 1996.

#30 Improving the Combat Edge Through Outsourcing, DoD report released March 1996.

#31 Women Play Crucial Role in Nation's Defense, executive summary of "Women in Defense -- DoD Leading the Way," in support of the U.N. Fourth World Conference's objectives, released March 1996.

#32 DoD's Fiscal 1997 Acquisition and Technology Program, prepared statement by Paul Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the Acquisition and Technology Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Committee, March 20, 1996.

#33 U.S. Strategic Command: Peace is Still Our Profession, prepared remarks of Gen. Eugene E. Habiger, USAF, commander in chief, U.S. Strategic Command, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, March 21, 1996.

#34 Modernization Hinges on Fiscal Reality, Responsibility, prepared remarks of Deputy Secretary of Defense John P. White to the Navy League, Washington, April 4, 1996.

#35 Raising Awareness of the Year 2000 Computer Problem, prepared statement by Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense, command, control, communications and intelligence, to the Government Management, Information and Technology Subcommittee, House Government Reform and Oversight Committee, April 16, 1996.

#36 The Responsibility for the Military to Remain Ready and Strong, prepared remarks of Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the Purdue University ROTC Convocation, West Lafayette, Ind., April 6, 1996.

#37 Protecting the Nation Through Ballistic Missile Defense, remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at Georgetown University, Washington, April 18, 1996.

#38 The Force Is as Lean as Risk Allows, prepared statement of Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the House National Security Committee, March 6, 1996.

#39 The DoD-CARE Humanitarian Connection, remarks by Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, at the CARE 50th Anniversary Symposium, Washington, D.C., May 10, 1996.

#40 New U.S. Land Mine Policy, statement by President Bill Clinton, followed by a press briefing by Warren Christopher, secretary of state; William J. Perry, secretary of defense; Madeleine Albright, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations; and Gen. Joseph Ralston, USAF, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Old Executive Office Building, Washington, D.C., May 16, 1996.

#41 European Command's Strategy of Engagement and Preparedness, prepared statement by Gen. George A. Joulwan, USA, commander in chief, U.S. European Command, to the Appropriations Subcommittee, House National Security Committee, March 19, 1996.

#42 Sustaining Flight Through Knowledge, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, at the Ira C. Eaker Distinguished Lecture on National Defense Policy, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., May 2, 1996.

#43 Armed Forces Day: In Tribute to "Mike's Navy," prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., May 17, 1996.

#44 Fulfilling the Role of Preventive Defense, prepared remarks of Secretary of Defense William J. Perry, at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., May 13, 1996.

#45 Adapting to New World Realities, prepared remarks by John P. White, deputy secretary of defense, to the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, N.Y., April 18, 1996.

#46 We Are Partners With a Common Purpose, remarks as delivered by President Clinton, Arlington National Cemetery, May 27, 1996.

#47 Change Means Challenge and Opportunity, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at the Pentagon, May 6, 1996.

#48 National Missile Defense Program: When, Not Whether, remarks by Gen. Ronald R. Fogleman, Air Force chief of staff, to the American Defense Preparedness Association/National Defense University Missile Defense Breakfast, Washington, May 16, 1996.

#49 Preventive Defense in the Asia-Pacific Region, remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to the Pacific Basin Economic Council, Washington, May 22, 1996.

#50 Stewards of Space, prepared remarks by Sheila Widnall, secretary of the Air Force, to the Space Transportation Association, Washington, May 8, 1996.

#51 Achieving the Integrated Systems Concept, prepared remarks by Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence, at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International Technet '96 Convention, Washington, June 4, 1996.

#52 U.S. Hopes for NATO's European Security Role, prepared remarks by Walter B. Slocombe, undersecretary of defense for policy, to the Atlantic Council on European Security, Washington, June 14, 1996.

#53 Defense Trade and Cooperation, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the Defense Trade Advisory Group, Washington, May 16, 1996.

#54 Affordable Radar Technology: The Defense Perspective, prepared remarks of Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the 1996 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers National Radar Conference, Ann Arbor, Mich., May 14, 1996.

#55 An Air Force for Tomorrow, prepared remarks by Sheila E. Widnall, secretary of the Air Force, at the National Press Club, Washington, June 14, 1996.

#56 Six Postulates for a Future NATO, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at the Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic, Seminar, Norfolk, Va., June 27, 1996.

#57 Deterring and Eliminating Hate Group Activities, prepared remarks by Edwin Dorn, undersecretary for defense for personnel and readiness; Sheila E. Widnall, secretary of the Air Force; John H. Dalton, secretary of the Navy; and Togo West Jr., secretary of the Army, to the House National Security Committee, June 25, 1996.

#58 Terrorists Strike U.S. Forces in Middle East, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to U.S. Forces Dhahran Air Base, Saudi Arabia, June 29, 1996.

#59 Combating Terrorism in Saudi Arabia, prepared remarks of Secretary of Defense William J. Perry; Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III, USA, commander in chief, U.S. Central Command, to the Senate Armed Services Committee, July 9, 1996.

#60 Civil Affairs Soldiers Are Crucial to Peace, prepared remarks by H. Allen Holmes, assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low-intensity conflict, at the 1996 Worldwide Civil Affairs Conference, Washington, June 20, 1996.

#61 Survey Shows Decline in Sexual Harassment, findings of the DoD 1995 Sexual Harassment Survey by the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, released July 2, 1996.

#62 Telemedicine in the Military Health Services System, prepared remarks by Dr. Stephen C. Joseph, assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, at the National Security Industrial Association Medical Technology Education Conference, Orlando, Fla., July 11, 1996.

#63 Counterproliferation Initiative: Managing Three Crises, prepared remarks by Ashton B. Carter, assistant secretary of defense for international security policy, to the Conference on Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Weapons Proliferation, Washington, May 23, 1996.

#64 Defense Modeling and Simulation, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office Fifth Annual Industry Briefing on Modeling and Simulation, Alexandria, Va., May 22, 1996.

#65 Affordability in the Submarine Force, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the Submarine Technology Symposium 1996, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Md., May 16, 1996.

#66 The Rapid Expansion of Intelink, prepared remarks by Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence, to the Intelink Mission Support Conference, San Diego, Calif., June 11, 1996.

#67 Integrating Medicine and C4I for Better Health Care, prepared remarks by Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence, at the National Security Industrial Association Health Affairs and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Conference, Alexandria, Va., June 18, 1996.

#68 The End of the Beginning, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, at Acquisition Reform Day, Pentagon, May 31, 1996.

#69 Three Musts for Affordable Naval Mine Warfare, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense, acquisition and technology, to the National Security Industrial Association Mine Warfare Conference, Fort Myer, Va., June 11, 1996.

#70 Force Protection: Take Care of Each Other, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry, to the Naval Senior Enlisted Academy, Newport, R.I., July 10, 1996.

#71 The Future of Information Security, prepared remarks by Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence, to the Personnel Security Research Center Security Conference, McLean, Va., June 25, 1996.

#72 Striving for Information Superiority, prepared remarks of Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense, command, control, communications and intelligence, to the 311th Theater Signal Command Celebratory Activation Dinner, Fort George Meade, Md., June 22, 1996.

#73 Nurturing Great People and Bold Leaders, transcript of American Forces Press Service interview with Defense Secretary William J. Perry, July 24, 1996.

#74 Making the Scrimmage Tougher Than the Game, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to Task Force Eagle, Camp Demi, Bosnia-Herzegovina, July 4, 1996.

#75. Single Process Initiative: Progress and Prospects, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, at the Aerospace Industries Association Board of Governors Meeting, Williamsburg, Va., May 23, 1996.

#76. Second Chance to Build Europe, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to the Western European Union Trans-Atlantic Forum, Washington, June 25, 1996.

#77. The Risks If We Would Be Free, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry before the American Bar Association, Orlando, Fla., Aug. 6, 1996.

#78. Stop the Violence, prepared remarks of Carolyn Becraft, deputy assistant secretary of defense for personnel support; John McLaurin, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for military personnel management and equal opportunity policy; Karen Heath, principal deputy assistant secretary of the Navy for manpower and reserve affairs; and Ruby DeMesne, deputy assistant secretary of the Air Force for force management and personnel, at the DoD Forum on Family Advocacy Programs, Washington, July 23, 1996.

#79. Curbing Saddam's Military Adventures, news briefing and question and answer session by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry and Gen. Joseph Ralston, USAF, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Pentagon, Sept. 3, 1996.

#80. DoD's Re-evaluation of the Force Protection Posture, from a report to the president by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry, released by DoD, Sept. 16, 1996.

#81. Employer's Support Vital to Reserve Contingency Operations, prepared remarks by Deborah R. Lee, assistant secretary of defense for reserve affairs, at the National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve National Workshop, Leesburg, Va., July 26, 1997.

#82. Ensuring Joint Force Superiority in the Information Age, prepared remarks by Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence, at the 1996 Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va., July 30, 1996.

#83. Electromagnetic Spectrum: Key to Success in Future Conflicts, prepared remarks by Emmett Paige Jr., assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence, to the Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association Spectrum Management Symposium, Washington, July 10, 1996.

#84. U.S. Perspective on Defense Industrial Base Trends, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, to the NATO Workshop on Political-Military Decision Making, Warsaw, Poland, June 21, 1996.

#85. Defense Industry Challenges and Opportunities, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, at the Silicon Valley Defense/Space Consortium 2nd Annual Silicon Valley Defense Acquisition Conference, Santa Clara, Calif., July 11, 1996.

#86. Modernizing U.S. Tactical Aviation for Air Dominance, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology; and Gen. Joseph W. Ralston, USAF, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, before the Research and Development and Military Procurement subcommittees of the House National Security Committee, June 27, 1996.

#87. Ready for the Future, prepared remarks by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Ronald R. Fogleman, Sept. 17, 1996; and Air Force Secretary Sheila E. Widnall, Sept. 18, 1996, both at the Air Force Association National Convention, Washington.

#88. The Protection of U.S. Forces Abroad, executive summary of the [retired Army Gen. Wayne] Downing task force report on the Khobar Towers bombing, part of Annex 1 in a secretary of defense report to the president, released Sept. 16, 1996.

#89 NATO "Super" Partners in Europe, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at the Seminar on the Future of Defense Cooperation Around the Baltic Sea, Copenhagen, Denmark, Sept. 24, 1996.

#90 Creating Opportunity With Advanced Technology, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, at the Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations Manager's Conference, Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Va., Sept. 10, 1996.

#91 Taking Stock of Ourselves, prepared remarks by John White, deputy secretary of defense, before the Defense Science Board, Washington, Oct. 9, 1996.

#92 Dark Clouds of Nuclear War Threat Fading, But Not Gone, prepared statement of Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, before the Joint Session of the Military Research and Development and Military Procurement subcommittees of the House National Security Committee, Sept. 27, 1996.

#93 Squaring DoD's "Circle," prepared remarks of Secretary of Defense William J. Perry at the Military Communications Conference, McLean, Va., Oct. 23, 1996.

#94 DoD's Seven-Part Munitions Program, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, at the American Defense Preparedness Association Munitions Executive Summit, Tysons Corner, Va., Sept. 17, 1996.

#95 Sustaining U.S. Strategic Deterrent in the 21st Century, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, at the Strategic Systems Industrial Symposium, U.S. Strategic Command, Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., Sept. 26, 1996.

#96 Strategic Vision and Core Competencies, prepared remarks by Gen. Ronald R. Fogleman, chief of staff, U.S. Air Force, at the Air Force Association Symposium, Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 18, 1996.

#97 A Pragmatic U.S.-Russian Partnership, prepared remarks by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry to the Military Academy of the Russian General Staff, Moscow, Oct. 17, 1996.

#98 Space: Fourth Medium of Military Operations, prepared remarks by Gen. Howell M. Estes III, USAF, commander, North American Aerospace Defense Command, U.S. Space Command and Air Force Space Command, at the Air Force Association Annual Symposium, Los Angeles, Oct. 18, 1996.

#99 Lean Logistics: Better, Faster, Cheaper, prepared remarks by Paul G. Kaminski, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology, at the DoD Logistics Offsite Conference, Leesburg, Va., Oct. 24, 1996.

#100 Forward Presence Essential to U.S. Interests, commentaries by Adm. Jay L. Johnson, chief of naval operations, and Gen. Charles C. Krulak, Marine Corps commandant.

#101 America's Armed Forces: A Perspective, prepared remarks by Army Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, before the Council on Foreign Relations, New York, Nov. 7, 1996.

#102 Theater Commander's View of Medical Support, prepared remarks by Gen. James Henry Binford Peay III, USA, commander, U.S. Central Command, at the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 12, 1996.

#103. Annual Index

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