August 1998 Space News
- Air Force Releases Titan IVA Photos, Videos August 31, 1998
- hard.copy Update 21 August 1998 ARTICLE CITATIONS FROM COMMERCIALLY PUBLISHED JOURNALS AND NEWSLETTERS
- Range Operations Returned to 45th Space Wing August 17, 1998
- Launch Complex 41 Released by Investigators August 17, 1998
- Media Advisory August 17, 1998 -- Any debris washing ashore suspected to be from the Aug. 12 Titan IVA mishap should be considered hazardous.
- Navy Dives in to Help With Salvaging Effort August 17, 1998
- Total-Force Anthrax Shots Start By Jim Garamone American Forces Press Service 17 August 1998 -- Anthrax vaccinations start this week for service members deploying to Southwest Asia and Korea, and shots for those already in Korea will begin in early September.
- Medical Force Protection DoD News Briefing, August 14, 1998 -- Update of Defense Department's on-going Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
- TOTAL FORCE ANTHRAX VACCINATIONS TO BEGIN August 14, 1998 -- Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen announced today that Phase I of the Total Force Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program will begin next week with Service members deploying to Southwest Asia and Korea. There have been seven adverse reaction reports following receipt of the anthrax vaccine, out of 133,870 anthrax immunizations (.005 percent).
- AIB PRESIDENT ARRIVES, EXPLAINS INVESTIGATION PROCESS August 14, 1998
- Titan explosion: General cites teamwork, training with preventing injuries 14 August 1998 - 45th Space Wing Public Affairs report
- Titan Explosion Update Release 98-08-07 12 Aug 98 - CAPE CANAVERAL AS, Fla.-- A Titan IVA launch vehicle with a national Reconnaissance Office payload launched from Space Launch Complex 41 here today began to self-destruct 40 seconds after launch.
- Titan Explosion Update Air Force Space Command News Service August 12, 1998
- TITAN EXPLODES IN FLIGHT Aug. 12, 1998 -- A Titan IVA space launch vehicle began to self destruct today approximately 42 seconds into powered flight.
- Titan Explodes in Flight Air Force Space Command News Service August 11, 1998
- DoD News Briefing , August 11, 1998 -- Lockheed Martin's theater missile program has been pretty much of a disaster. There is a big cost overrun. My understanding is that the overrun is $732 million so far, and that largely results from the delays.
- DoD News Briefing, August 6, 1998 -- Q: What do you think about this legislation apparently a one-sentence bill on missile defense that has been moving through Congress that essentially said it should be a policy of the United States to deploy national missile defense? A: Our policy is to develop a national missile defense program and to deploy it when necessary.
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