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Today in the Department of Defense - Friday, June 2, 2000

The Secretary of Defense is in Washington today. Secretary Cohen will host full honors arrival ceremony for the Minister of Defense of Chile. See the press advisory for details.

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06/02/2000
NAVY ANNOUNCES REDESIGNED RECRUITING WEBSITE As part of its continuing effort to harness the power of the Internet for recruiting, the Navy Recruiting Command has unveiled a newly revised NavyJobs.com website at http://www.navyjobs.com

"One of our primary objectives is to have a more prominent web presence," said Rear Adm....



06/02/2000
CJCS General Shelton travels to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait Army Gen. Henry H. Shelton, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will depart Andrews Air Force Base, Md., on Sunday, June 4, 2000, for counterpart meetings and a routine troop visit to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. He will also attend NATO meetings in Brussels, Belgium on June 8-9.

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