- Singapore to open to larger Navy ships in the future. // All Hands;Mar1998, Issue 971, p44
Reports on the agreement between the United States and Singapore that would allow US Navy warships to use a planned naval base in Singapore. Claims of both countries on the agreement's importance in maintaining security in the Asia-Pacific region; Current access of Navy ships in the country.
- asia 101. Arana-Barradas, Louis A.; Gempis, Val // Airman;Feb2002, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p8
Discusses the experiences of U.S. soldiers who went in Singapore to hold a joint military exercise with the Singaporean armed forces. Views of soldiers on the culture and practices of the country; Economic condition and state of national security of the country; Services and amenities given to...
- Singapore Apaches cleared for Longbow. Rivers, B. // Journal of Electronic Defense;Apr99, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p20
Reports that the United States government has granted export approval for the AN/APG-78 millimeter-wave Longbow radar to the Republic of Singapore as part of its acquisition of eight AH-64D Apache attack helicopters. Singapore's evaluation of other attack helicopters; Singapore's decision to...
- The case for global activism. Kagan, Robert // Commentary;Sep94, Vol. 98 Issue 3, p40
Comments on the increased role in armed intervention by the United States in the post-cold war world. Sending of troops on humanitarian missions to Africa; Struggles for power in former Soviet Union republics; Expansion of global interests; Preservation of a stable world order.
- Signal provides communications support for Bright Star exercise. Huffman, Larry // Army Communicator;Summer96, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p2
Provides a perspective on data communications support for the Bright Star '95, a series of exercises that have provided military interoperability and coalition training between the United States and other countries. Thunderbird Brigade; Locations; Planning and engineering; Exercise vigilant...
- Defense agreement. // Presidents & Prime Ministers;May/Jun96, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p24
Reports that Canada and United States will renew the North American Aerospace Defense Agreement. Announcement of the renewal by Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy and Minister of National Defense David Collenette; Background on the agreement.
- Operation Paper: The United States and Drugs in Thailand and Burma. Scott, Peter Dale // Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus;11/1/2010, Issue 44, p4
The article deals with America's Operation Paper, a scheme to arm and supply Kuomintang remnant troops of General Li Mi in Burma in November 1950. One of the consequences of the scheme is that the U.S. Central Intelligency Agency (CIA) was indirectly facilitating and overseeing groups involved...
- C-130 units conclude support for shining hope. // Citizen Airman: The Official Magazine of the Air National Guard ;Oct99, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p29
Reports on the contributions of the United States Air Force Reserve Command C-130 to the humanitarian mission, Operation Shining Hope deployed to help the refugees in Kosovo, Serbia. Number of passengers airlifted by the C-130 unit; Various missions accomplished by the unit.
- More Troops? // Commonweal;1/12/2007, Vol. 134 Issue 1, p5
The author comments on the plan of the administration of U.S. president George W. Bush to send more military troops to control sectarian violence in Baghdad, Iraq. He comments that imposing democracy and freedom using military force is unethical. He notes that the growing casualties in Iraq due...