10 June 2002 Military News
- PHILIPPINES / BURNHAM VOA 10 Jun 2002-- In the Philippines, a U-S missionary who was rescued from Muslim guerrillas Friday has left for home
- DAILY PRESS BRIEFING BY THE OFFICE OF THE SPOKESMAN FOR THE SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 10 Jun 2002
- EGYPT/MUBARAK VOA 10 Jun 2002-- Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has gotten mixed reviews on his just-concluded trip to Washington to discuss the Middle East peace process with President Bush
- ISRAEL / PALESTINIANS VOA 10 Jun 2002-- Israeli military forces have launched a major raid into the West Bank city of Ramallah, arresting at least 20 Palestinians
- BUSH / SHARON VOA 10 Jun 2002-- President Bush says he understands Israel's need to defend itself, but urges the Israelis to consider the long term consequences of their actions
Defense Policy / Programs
- U.S. Troops 'Combining Latest Technologies With Oldest Virtues' 10 Jun 2002-- Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld told U.S. service members at the Naval Support Activity here this evening that they are combining "the latest technologies with the oldest virtues" -- courage, discipline, honor, integrity.
- Secretary Rumsfeld Media Availability at Kuwait City International Airport 10 Jun 2002-- Rumsfeld: The United States government, for a number of years now, has believed that the solution in Iraq would be regime change. That is to say that their current regime has, by its behavior, its repression of its own people, by its invasion of Kuwait, by its development of weapons of mass destruction, by its continued violations of the no-fly zones, by its unwillingness to release prisoners from Kuwait, by its unwillingness to return archives and records that were stolen, by a whole host of acts and indications of behavior that are harmful to the region.
- EPA permit facilitates chemical weapons destruction 10 Jun 2002-- The Army announced June 10 that the Environmental Protection Agency has issued a national permit to address destruction of polychlorinated biphenyls, better known as PCBs, in chemical agent incineration facilities throughout the continental United States.
- Boeing Delivers 30th AH-64D Apache to Royal Netherlands Air Force Boeing 10 Jun 2002 -- The Royal Netherlands Air Force, or RNLAF, has accepted delivery of its 30th Boeing [NYSE: BA] AH-64D Apache multirole combat helicopter in a ceremony held at Boeing in Mesa. The commander in chief of the RNLAF, Lt. Gen. D.L. Berlijn, accepted the final aircraft under a 1995 contractual agreement.
- Fire Scout Vertical Takeoff and Landing Unmanned Vehicle Successfully Completes 26-Minute Autonomous Flight Northrop Grumman 10 Jun 2002 -- The U.S. Navy's RQ-8A Fire Scout vertical takeoff and landing tactical unmanned air vehicle (VTUAV) technology demonstrator successfully completed another autonomous flight test June 7 at Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, Calif.
- SHAPE NEWS MORNING UPDATE 10 Jun 2002-- U.S. defense chief meet Nordic, Baltic counterparts; weighs progress in India-Pakistan feud
- SHAPE NEWS SUMMARY & ANALYSIS 10 Jun 2002-- Report: U.S. developing military policy of striking first
- BUSH SECURITY STRATEGY VOA 10 Jun 2002-- The Bush administration is working on a detailed report to Congress that will spell out the president's national security strategy. There are strong indications the report will signal a sharp break from the past, reflecting a shift from cold war deterrence to pre-emptive action to prevent terrorist attacks
- PENTAGON / ATTACK VOA 10 Jun 2002-- Tuesday, June 11th, marks nine months since the September 11th terrorist attack on the Pentagon
- Alleged Al Qaeda 'Dirty Bomb' Operative in U.S. Military Custody 10 Jun 2002-- The Defense Department is now holding a terrorist who allegedly was plotting to build and detonate a radioactive "dirty bomb" in the United States.
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