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14 July 1999 Military News

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  • CACI Awarded $4.7 Million Contract to Support Air Force Signal Processing CACI 14 Jul 1999 -- CACI International Inc (NASDAQ: CACI) today announced that it has been awarded a $4.7 million prime contract by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Rome Research Site in Rome, New York to improve the signal processing capabilities of Air Force intelligence systems. CACI has already begun work on the three-year, cost plus fixed-fee contract at AFRL and CACI locations in Rome, New York and Dayton, Ohio.

Other Conflicts

  • 14 July 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING OF OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 14 Jul 1999
  • Text: State Department on Arms and Conflict in Africa USIA 14 July 1999 -- A State Department document on "Arms and Conflict in Africa" released this month (July) concludes that "arms transfers and trafficking will continue to add volatility to politically unstable areas of sub-Saharan Africa for the foreseeable future."
  • EAST TIMOR / UNITED NATIONS Voice of America 14 July 1999 -- UNITED NATIONS OFFICIALS IN THE DISPUTED TERRITORY OF EAST TIMOR SAY INDONESIAN POLICE HAVE STOPPED A GROUP OF PRO-INDONESIA MILITIA FROM BREAKING INTO A U-N OFFICE.
  • U-N / TIMOR TALKS Voice of America 14 July 1999 -- THE UNITED NATIONS HAS SCHEDULED A NEW ROUND OF TALKS AIMED AT IMPROVING SECURITY CONDITIONS IN EAST TIMOR.
  • GUERRILLA LEADER CAPTURED Voice of America 14 July 1999 -- PERUVIAN PRESIDENT ALBERTO FUJIMORI HAS ANNOUNCED THE CAPTURE OF MAOIST SHINING PATH GUERRILLA LEADER, CALLED "FELICIANO," IN THE ANDEAN MOUNTAINS.
  • PERU / SHINING PATH Voice of America 14 July 1999 -- PERUVIAN SECURITY FORCES HAVE CAPTURED THE LEADER OF THE LEFTIST SHINING PATH GUERRILLAS IN AN OPERATION IN THE CENTRAL PART OF THE COUNTRY.
  • MEXICO SECURITY Voice of America 14 July 1999 -- THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM HAS CLASSIFIED MEXICO AS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS NATIONS AMONG THE WORLD'S 59 LARGEST ECONOMIES.
  • NORTHERN IRELAND Voice of America 14 July 1999 -- BRITAIN'S GOVERNMENT IS OFFERING TO AMEND A BILL TRANSFERRING HOME RULE FROM LONDON TO BELFAST. THE AMENDMENTS INCLUDE A SPECIFIC TIMETABLE FOR PARAMILITARY DISARMAMENT, WHICH HAS BLOCKED FORMATION OF NORTHERN IRELAND'S ALL-PARTY EXECUTIVE BODY.
  • CONGO FIGHTING Voice of America 14 July 1999 -- ZIMBABWE'S DEFENSE MINISTRY SAYS SOUTHERN AFRICAN FORCES SUPPORTING THE GOVERNMENT IN CONGO-KINSHASA HAVE COME UNDER FIRE THREE TIMES SINCE THE SIGNING OF A CEASE-FIRE IN LUSAKA ON SATURDAY.
  • COLOMBIA PEACE Voice of America 14 July 1999 -- COLOMBIAN OFFICIALS SAY PEACE TALKS WITH LEFTIST GUERRILLAS WILL GO FORWARD AS PLANNED NEXT WEEK, DESPITE RECENT REBEL ATTACKS THAT HAVE LEFT HUNDRED OF COMBATANTS DEAD.
  • BRAZIL/AMAZON SECURITY Voice of America 14 July 1999 -- BRAZIL IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY CONCERNED OVER REPORTED INCURSIONS BY LEFTIST GUERRILLAS FROM OTHER NATIONS INTO ITS AMAZON TERRITORY, AS WELL AS BY RISING EVIDENCE THAT THESE REBELS MAY BE WORKING WITH DRUG TRAFFICKERS IN THE REGION.

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