01 April 1999 Military News
Defense Policy / Programs
- The First DEUCEs are on the Ground By Jeffrey Klein, Engineer Bulletin, April 1999
- The RAM/RS program continues history of successful Marine Corps systems When FMC management realized in 1940 that U.S. involvement in World War II was inevitable, they had a decision to make. Because they wouldn't be able to continue making peace-time goods, they would either be forced to close plants, or become involved in producing a war-time product. The decision to manufacture a war-time product led to the company's first attempt at producing amphibious vehicles.
- DEPLETED URANIUM A Review of the Scientific Literature As It Pertains to Gulf War Illnesses April 1999 --RAND Health's Center for Military Health Policy Research and the Forces and Resources Policy Center of the National Defense Research Institute, sponsored by the Office of the Special Assistant
- 1 April 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING OF OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 01 Apr 1999
- LANKA/ATTACK REPORT Voice of America 01 April 1999 -- AT LEAST 20 TAMIL TIGER REBELS WERE KILLED IN AN AMBUSH IN SRI LANKA'S NORTH.
- NORTHERN IRELAND Voice of America 01 April 1999 -- NORTHERN IRELAND'S CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT NEGOTIATORS HAVE ADJOURNED THEIR TALKS UNTIL APRIL 13TH TO FINALIZE A COMPROMISE THAT WOULD BREAK THE IMPASSE OVER WEAPONS DECOMMISSIONING.
- ANGOLA/ZAMBIA/ARMS Voice of America 01 April 1999 -- ANGOLA CONTINUES TO MAKE SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST ZAMBIA, ACCUSING IT OF SUPPORTING THE "UNITA" REBEL MOVEMENT. ZAMBIA, ON THE OTHER HAND, CONTINUES TO REJECT THE ALLEGATIONS.
- TRAVEL WARNING ISSUED FOR GUERRERO STATE IN MEXICO USIA 01 April 1999 -- The State Department has issued a travel warning for the state of Guerrero in Mexico, due to the potential for violence in the region.
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