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TODAY'S APPOINTMENTS

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WILLIAM COHEN

Scheduled Meeting

DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JOHN J. HAMRE

Scheduled Meeting

Media Events

1:30 DoD News Briefing

Public Affairs Releases for February 18, 2000

1 BT Contracts for February 18, 2000
2 BT GENERAL OFFICER ANNOUNCEMENT- Lt. Gen. John W. Handy
3 BT GENERAL OFFICER ANNOUNCEMENT- Gen. Lester L. Lyles
4 BT GENERAL OFFICER ANNOUNCEMENT- Maj. Gen. Michael E. Zettler
5 BT Defense Secretary Announces Naval Reserve Flag Officer Nominations

Congressional

House The House is in recess for President's Day from February 19-28.
Senate The Senate has recessed for the President's Day District Work Period (11-22).

Committees

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Senate Committee on Finance, Subcommittee on International Trade OPEN Witnesses: General Wilhelm, CINC SOUTHCOM; General McCaffery, ONDCP; Thomas Pickering, Deputy Secretary of State; and Richard W. Fisher, Deputy U.S. Trade Representative re: current and potential economic and political assistance toward counter narcotics efforts in the Andean region.

DUTY OFFICER FOR FEBRUARY 22, 2000 - LTC Phillips

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There are no Speeches available for 2/22/2000. Please see the Speeches overview page for more


02/22/2000
PENTAGON OPENS FIRST TRICARE CLINIC Dr. Sue Bailey, assistant secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, today hosted a Grand Opening ceremony for the first-ever TRICARE clinic.

The clinic was named to recognize the outstanding career of Col. Anthony DiLorenzo. Having commanded the clinic for 25 years, DiLorenzo...



02/22/2000
DoD Quality of Life Technology Symposium 2000 The Department of Defense's Quality of Life Technology Symposium 2000 will be held Feb. 23 - 25 in Seattle, Wash. Defense officials plan to explore ways today's information technology can improve quality of life for military personnel and their families.

This year's meeting is...





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