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Today in the Department of Defense, Tuesday, March 27, 2001

Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld is in Washington today. There are no public or media events on his schedule.

Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz will host an honor cordon today at 2 p.m. to welcome Minister of Foreign Affairs Anatoly Zlenco of Ukraine. See press advisory for details.

A conference co-sponsored by the Marine Corps on "Expeditionary Solutions for a Gordian World" in Cambridge, Mass. ends today. See the conference web page for details. [link no longer available]

The next regular DoD news briefing is scheduled for today at 1:30 p.m. in the DoD briefing studio, Pentagon room 2E781. The briefer will be Rear Adm. Craig R. Quigley, deputy assistant secretary of Defense for public affairs.

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03/27/2001
Combined Federal Campaign Awards
Remarks as Delivered by Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz, The Pentagon, Washington, DC


03/27/2001
CHEMICAL AGENTS AT AL MUTHANNA NO DANGER TO U.S. SERVICEMEMBERS A new investigative study concludes that U.S. servicemembers definitely were not exposed to chemical warfare agents resulting from Coalition air attacks on munitions bunkers at the Al Muthanna chemical weapons storage site in Iraq. A case narrative, "The Gulf War Air Campaign - Possible Chemical...


03/27/2001
Transcript of V-22 Review Panel Public Meeting Now Available The Panel to Review the V-22 Program, chartered by the Secretary of Defense, conducted an open meeting on March 9, 2001, to hear testimony from interested members of the public. A written transcript of that meeting is now available on the Web at ...




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