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TODAY'S APPOINTMENTS

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WILLIAM S. COHEN

Traveling

DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JOHN HAMRE

Scheduled meetings.

MEDIA EVENTS

1030 EDT / Rm 2E781 A senior Defense Department official will provide a background briefing on Secretary of Defense Cohen's upcoming trip to Russia. Cohen is scheduled to leave on Sept. 12.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS RELEASES FOR SEPTEMBER 9, 1999

  • 1BTContracts
  • 2MFCForeign Military Sales to Republic of Korea of 64 MK 44 GMRP
  • 3MFCKuwait - TOW-2B Anti-Armor Guided Missiles
  • 4PABackground on Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen's Upcoming Trip
  • to Russia
  • 5TSCPTDoD News Briefing, Rear Admiral Craig Quigley, DASD PA

CONGRESSIONAL

Floor Action

House The House is scheduled to meet at 9:00 a.m. and may consider the following:

-- H.R. 2684, FY00 VA/HUD Appropriations Act

-- HR. 2587, FY00 District of Columbia Appropriations Conference Report
Senate No votes are scheduled in the Senate in observance of the Rosh Hashanah holiday.

Committees

No hearings scheduled.

DUTY OFFICER FOR SEPTEMBER 10, 1999 - LTC Phillips Pager number: (800) 341-2470 Cellular phone: (703) 405-4715 Prepared by Media Relations Division, (703) 697-5131 or 695-0192



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REMARKS AS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WILLIAM S. COHEN INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES - Hotel del Coronado, Coronado, California Thank you Jim [Thomson, President of RAND], for that gracious introduction. Dr. [John] Chipman [Director of IISS]; distinguished guests, including General Klaus Naumann [former Chairman, NATO Military Committee], ladies and gentlemen.

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