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Public Affairs Releases for March 21, 2000

1 News Release Retroactive Combat Action Ribbon Eligibility
2 News Release Iwo Jima Christening
3 News Release Contracts for March 21, 2000
4 Transcript DoD News Briefing - Mr. Kenneth H. Bacon, ASD PA

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03/22/2000
REPORT PROBES CAUSE OF GULF WAR MARINE'S INJURY The Defense Department announced today the release of a case narrative about the possible exposure of a U.S. Marine to a chemical warfare agent during the Gulf War. The report focuses on a Marine Corps corporal who developed blisters on his right arm after handling captured enemy equipment. ...


03/22/2000
Navy-Marine Corps "Honorary Member" Press Briefing Secretary of the Navy Richard Danzig will brief reporters on a new program entitled "Navy-Marine Corps Honorary Member," on Thursday, March 23, 2000, at 1:30 p.m. EST, in the Pentagon Briefing Room, Room 2E781. Surprise "honorary" guests will join Danzig.

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