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TODAY'S APPOINTMENTS

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WILLIAM COHEN

Scheduled Meeting

DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JOHN J. HAMRE

On Travel

Media Events

12:30 Full Honors Arrival Ceremony for Minister of National Defense Cho Song-tae, Republic of Korea
2:40 Joint Press Conference with Secretary Cohen and Minister Cho, Republic of Korea

Public Affairs Releases for November 22, 1999

1 BT Contracts for November 22, 1999
2 BT WARMINSTER NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER REUSE RECORD OF DECISION ISSUED
3 BT DoD COMPLETES REVIEW OF BRITISH AEROSPACE ACQUISITION OF GEC MARCONI
4 PA Full Honor Arrival and Press Conference with MoND of Korea
5 PA Honors Cordon with CJCS Gen. Shelton and CJCS Gen. Cho, Republic of Korea

Congressional

House (T) Adjournment possible November 19
Senate (T) Adjournment possible November 19

Committees

DUTY OFFICER FOR NOVEMBER 23 , 1999- LTC Abbott

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11/23/1999
SELECTED ACQUISITION REPORTS AS OF SEPTEMBER 1999 The Department of Defense has released details on major defense acquisition program cost and schedule changes since the June 1999 reporting period. This information is based on the Selected Acquisition Reports (SARs) submitted to the Congress for the September 30, 1999,...


11/23/1999
Briefing on Results of Armed Forces Equal Opportunity Survey and Pipeline Study At noon EST today there will be an on-the-record press briefing in the DoD Briefing Room, Room 2E781 in the Pentagon, on the results of the "Armed Forces Equal Opportunity Survey" and a second study, "Career Progression of Minority and Women Officers." Participants will include Under Secretary...




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