Today in the Department of Defense - Tuesday, May 30, 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 traveling in California. See the press advisory for more details.
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What's New in DefenseLINK
- News Release Contracts for May 26, 2000 (posted at 5 p.m.)
- News Release Two New Sites Expand FEHBP Military Retiree Demo
- News Release Flag and General Officer Assignments
- News Release News Release Rescinded
- News Release Proposed Foreign Military Sale to Greece Announced
- News Release Proposed Foreign Military Sale to Israel Announced
- News Photo Secretary Cohen meets in his Pentagon office with Minister of Defense Ricardo Lopez Murphy.
- News Photo Secretary Cohen and Minister of Defense Ricardo Lopez Murphy take questions from reporters in the Pentagon
- News Photo Minister of Defense Ricardo Lopez Murphy inspects the troops at the Pentagon.
- News Photo Secretary Cohen addresses the troops during a visit to Camp Monteith, Kosovo.
- News Photo Janet Langhart Cohen talks to soldiers about their quality of life during a troop visit to Camp Bondsteel.
- News Photo Secretary Cohen and Gen. Shelton pin rank insignia on newly promoted soldiers of Task Force Falcon.
- Press Advisory Deputy Secretary de Leon Travels to California
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