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TODAY'S APPOINTMENTS

The Secretary of Defense is on travel to the Middle East and Gulf Region. See press advisory for more details.
The Deputy Secretary of Defense is in Washington today.

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

No events are scheduled today.

Public Affairs Releases for March 31, 2000

1 News Release Super Hornet Meets Milestone III Exit Criteria
2 News Release De Leon Sworn in as Deputy Secretary of Defense
3 News Release Contracts for March 31, 2000
4 Press Advisory SecDef hosts honor cordon for MoD of Ukraine
5 Transcript Joint Media Availability with Secretary Cohen and Minister Kuzmuk
6 News Photo Rudy de Leon is sworn in as the twenty-seventh deputy secretary of Defense in a Pentagon ceremony .
7 News Photo U.S. Ambassador to Japan Thomas Foley accompanies Secretary Cohen during a press briefing at the Japan Press Club in Tokyo .
8 News Photo Secretary Cohen listens to the concerns of a sailor stationed at Naval Air Station Atsugi, Japan .
9 News Photo Secretary Cohen speaks with U.S. Navy personnel stationed at Naval Air Station Atsugi, Japan .

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04/03/2000
FLAG OFFICER ANNOUNCEMENT Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen announced today that the President has nominated Navy Adm. Vern E. Clark for appointment to the grade of admiral and assignment as chief of Naval Operations, Washington, D.C. Clark is currently serving as commander, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk,...


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