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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 .

Public Affairs Releases for April 4, 2000

1 News Release General Officer Promotion
2 News Release Contracts for April 4, 2000
3 Transcript Brig. Gen. Hackett updates Army Aviation Modernization Program
4 Transcript DoD News Briefing -- Rear Admiral Craig R. Quigley, USN, DASD PA
5 Transcript Press Conference with Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen in Amman, Jordan
6 Transcript Press Conference with Secretary Cohen at Ittihadiyya Palace, Cairo, Egypt
7 Transcript Press conference with Secretary Cohen and Prime Minister Barak in Jerusalem
8 Transcript Secretary Cohen's Media Interview by traveling Press en route to Israel

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There are no Speeches available for 4/5/2000. Please see the Speeches overview page for more


04/05/2000
MILITARY STRENGTH FIRGURES FOR FEBRUARY 29, 2000 SUMMARIZED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE The total numerical strength of the Armed Forces on Feb. 29, 2000, was 1,369,022. This is a decrease of 1,215 from Jan. 31, 2000, and a decrease of 7,035 from Feb. 28, 1999.

These figures represent full-time military personnel comprising both regular and reserves on active duty and...



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