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EVENTS FOR APRIL 17, 2000

The Secretary of Defense is in Washington today. There are no public or media events on his schedule.
The Deputy Secretary of Defense is in Washington today. He is scheduled to deliver remarks at a groundbreaking ceremony in Fairbanks, Alaska. See press advisory for details.

The Department's Legislative Affairs Office maintains a separate Congressional Schedule of Events .

No events are scheduled .

Releases for April 14, 2000

1 Contracts for April 14, 2000 (posted at 1700 hrs)
2 News Release Commander in Chief's Excellence Installations Award Winners
3 News Release Flag and General Officer Announcement
4 News Photo Secretary of Defense Cohen hosts a working breakfast with visiting Egyptian President Mubarak.
5 News Photo Secretary of Defense Cohen joins Lt. Col. Charles Sniffin in escorting the visiting Egyptian President as he inspects the joint services honor guard.

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04/14/2000
WINNERS OF THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF'S ANNUAL AWARD FOR INSTALLATION EXCELLENCE ANNOUNCED Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen has announced the winners of the 2000 Commander in Chief's Award for Installation Excellence. They are:

Army - Picatinny Arsenal, Dover, N.J.

Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, Havelock, N.C....



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