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EVENTS FOR MAY 1, 2000

The Secretary of Defense is traveling in Europe today.
The Deputy Secretary of Defense is in Washington today. There are no public or media events on his schedule.

The Department of Defense will open the first federal multi-alternative fuel service station. See press advisory for more details.

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

Releases for April 28, 2000

1 News Release Contracts for April 28, 2000 (posted at 1700 hrs)
2 Press Advisory First Federal Multi-Fuel Service Station To Open
3 News Release Flag Officer Assignments
4 News Release General Officer Announcement - Rasmussen
5 News Release Possible Foreign Military Sale To The United Arab Emirates Announced

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04/28/2000
POSSIBLE FOREIGN MILITARY SALE TO THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ANNOUNCED In support of a commercial sale of 80 F-16 Block 60 aircraft, the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has requested a possible sale of 80 M61A 20mm Vulcan cannons with 80 Ammunition Handling Systems and 80 barrel sets. Also included are 20 spare barrel sets, maintenance and pilot...
04/28/2000:   FLAG OFFICER ASSIGNMENTS
04/28/2000:   GENERAL OFFICER ANNOUNCEMENT


04/28/2000
First Federal Multi-Fuel Service Station To Open The Department of Defense will open the first federal multi-alternative fuel service station in the nation, dispensing ethanol and compressed natural gas, in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 1, 2000, at 10 a.m. EDT. Keynote speakers will include Robin Pirie, assistant secretary of Navy...



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