14 October 2002 Military News
- KUWAIT / U-S VOA 14 Oct 2002-- There has been another shooting incident involving U-S troops in Kuwait, but no one was injured in the latest case
- DAILY BRESS BRIEFING BY THE OFFICE OF THE SPOKESMAN FOR THE SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 14 Oct 2002
- PRESS BRIEFING BY UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS United Nations 14 Oct 2002
- IVORY COAST/UNREST VOA 14 Oct 2002-- In Ivory Coast, rebels have suspended talks with West African mediators, who were trying to negotiate a cease-fire in their nearly month-long rebellion. The talks broke down the day after rebel soldiers captured the key western city of Daloa
- PALESTINIANS-REFORM VOA 14 Oct 2002-- One of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's top security advisors resigned today (Monday) citing the slow pace of internal reform
Defense Policy / Programs
- BAE SYSTEMS Chief Executive welcomes UK Government Defence Industry Policy BAE Systems 14 Oct 2002
- Lockheed Martin Launches New Air Mobility Support Team Lockheed Martin 14 Oct 2002 -- Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, a business area of Lockheed Martin Corporation [NYSE: LMT], today announced the launch of the Air Mobility Support (AMS) team, a new inter-company program designed to provide rapid and responsive service to customers while meeting stringent cost, schedule and performance criteria.
- The new joint company Thales and DCN is named Armaris Thales 14 Oct 2002 -- The new joint company set up by DCN and Thales has been named Armaris. Its prime objectives are to win new business on the world market for warships and combat systems by bringing together the founding partners' naval prime contracting and commercial resources.
- Boeing-Led Missile Defense Team Scores Another 'Hit'; Successful System Test Includes Intercept Over Pacific Boeing 14 Oct 2002 -- The Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) program's Integrated Flight Test was once again a success -- resulting in an intercept and complete destruction of the incoming target.
- Boeing Fires Up Engine in Preparation for Delta IV Debut Boeing 14 Oct 2002 -- The Boeing Company [NYSE:BA] completed a critical hot-fire rehearsal today at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. The test sets the stage for the first flight of the Boeing Delta IV powered by the first U.S.-designed and built liquid-fueled rocket engine certified for flight in a generation.
- BRITAIN / BALI BLAST VOA 14 Oct 2002-- Britain says more than 30 of its citizens are dead or missing in the suspected terrorist bombing on the Indonesian resort island of Bali
- BALI/TERRORISM IMPLICATIONS VOA 14 Oct 2002-- Saturday's bomb attack in Bali has startled many people in the region, who, until now, believed that the threat of terrorism in Southeast Asia was exaggerated
- INDONESIA / AL-QAIDA VOA 14 Oct 2002-- Indonesia has accused the al-Qaida terrorist network of involvement in the deadly bombing on the resort island of Bali that has left nearly 200-people dead
- BALI BLAST DAY 2 VOA 14 Oct 2002-- Indonesian police say they will accept technical assistance from Australia and the United States in the investigation of the bombing in Bali, which has left at least 187 people dead and hundreds more injured
- SHAPE NEWS MORNING UPDATE 14 Oct 2002-- NATO-led peacekeepers inspect military factory suspected of links to Iraq
- BUSH / TERROR VOA 14 Oct 2002-- President Bush says recent terrorist attacks in Indonesia, Kuwait and Yemen seem to fit a pattern
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