The Gene Genies
- Four Ways to Really Fix the Pentagon's Effort to ID the Missing. McCloskey, Megan // Pro Publica;3/1/2014, p16
The article offers ideas on how to address the Pentagon's effort of searching the IDs of the 83,000 service members that were missing in the past conflicts in the U.S. It offers overview of the important role played by the government agency Joint Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Accounting...
- French, Germans Return Fallen GI After Pentagon Gives Up. McCloskey, Megan // Pro Publica;3/1/2014, p18
The article reports on the return of Army Private First Class (PFC) Lawrence S. Gordon in the U.S. from France. It states that Gordon, who died in Normandy in 1944, was mistakenly buried as German soldier in France and the Pentagon has given up on acting on his case. However, Gordon's family was...
- Cozy US-Japan ties feel like a noose to China. Platt, Kevin // Christian Science Monitor;6/17/97, Vol. 89 Issue 141, p6
Reports that China's military strategists closely monitor every move made by the United States (U.S.) in the Far East. Reaction of the Chinese military strategists to the military agreement between the U.S. and Japan; Information on the relationship between the U.S. and China.
- Exit the Balkans pronto. Carpenter, Ted Galen // Christian Science Monitor;1/29/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 44, p9
Editorial. Suggests that United States President George W. Bush should withdraw United States troops from the Balkans as soon as possible.
- War talk. // Current Events;11/30/90, Vol. 90 Issue 11, p1
Discusses President George Bush's decision to increase US troop strength in the Persian Gulf. Examines the constitutional debate over the President's authority to declare war. Article 1, section 8 of the US Constitution; Gulf of Tonkin Resolution; War Powers Act of 1973; Congress' power to...
- Speaking on the Gulf crisis. Chavis Jr., B.F. // Essence (Essence);Jan1991, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p100
Opinion. Calls for questions from African-Americans about the need for United States military buildup and involvement in the Persian Gulf. The author claims African-Americans are disproportionately deployed on the front lines of the Persian Gulf.
- Navigating the gulf. Sterner, M. // Foreign Policy;Winter90, Issue 81, p39
States that the American presence in the Persian Gulf area raises serious questions about US policies and objectives. Long-term policy focus on whether regional or international security systems can relieve the US of the burden of defending her interests; Examination of deeper political currents...
- Gen. Powell visits black caucus on Capitol Hill. // Jet;3/18/91, Vol. 79 Issue 22, p5
Reports on the meeting of Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Colin Powell with the congressional black caucus, known to be critical of the high percentage of blacks fighting in the Persian Gulf. Powell's explanation of large black military participation; Caucus chair N.Y. Rep. Edolphus Town's...
- POLL: No support for ground forces. C.F. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);6/19/95, Vol. 42 Issue 25, p10
Reports on the results of a survey conducted by `This Week' publication concerning US President Bill Clinton's plan to send American ground forces to protect United Nations peacekeepers in Bosnia. Percentage of respondents who support the plan.