- 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.
- SINGAPORE'S 'SLING' Gempis, Val // Airman;Feb2002, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p2
Provides information on the military exercises by the Singaporean and U.S. military air forces. Details of their air-to-air combat training; Military relations of the two countries; Importance of creating a U.S. presence in Asia; Features and capacity of the military aircraft, artillery and...
- 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...
- "You Can Tell 'Em, Buddy". Fall, Bernard B. // New Republic;1/14/67, Vol. 156 Issue 2, p17
Describes the state of the military operations of the U.S. in Vietnam, as of January 1967. Information on the flight missions being conducted the U.S. Air Force from the Tan Son Nhut airport in Saigon; Background on the Danang airbase in central Vietnam; Details of activities at the Marine...
- NATIONAL SECURITY. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Egypt;Sep2005, p6
Presents information on the national security of Egypt. Composition of Egypt's armed forces; Reason for providing military assistance and training to African and Arab states; Military relations with the U.S.
- The Role of Philippine--American Relations in the Global Campaign Against Terrorism: Implications for Regional Security. Banlaoi, Rommel C. // Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International & Strate;Aug2002, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p294
Philippine support for the American-led global campaign against terrorism has reinvigorated Philippine-American relations. The two countries are presently involved in combating terrorism in the southern Philippines through a joint military exercise called Balikatan 2002-1. Reinvigorated...
- Beyond the Cole. Freedberg Jr, Sydney J. // National Journal;10/21/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 43, p3318
Reports on the asymmetrical threat to the United States (U.S.) exemplified by the attack on the U.S. ship, Cole in Yemen on October 12, 2000. Comments from U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen; Areas overseas where American forces are vulnerable to attacks; Assessment on the attack on the ship.
- 36(b)(1) Arms Sales Notification. Siegel, Aaron // Federal Register (National Archives & Records Service, Office of;9/29/2011, Vol. 76 Issue 189, p60463
The article presents a notice of a 36(b)(1) arms sales transaction issued by the U.S. Department of Defense. It mentions that the sales transaction between the U.S. and Chinese Taipei will help the foreign policy and national security and economic interests of the U.S. It notes that the sale...
- The Complete Withdrawal of the US Military from Ecuador: A Victory for Sovereignty and Peace in Latin America. Yujin, Fuse // Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus;4/4/2010, Issue 13, p4
A reprint of the article "The Complete Withdrawal of the US Military from Ecuador: A Victory for Sovereignty and Peace in Latin America," by Fuse Yujin, published in the November 20, 2009 edition of "Shukan Kinyobi" is presented. It discusses the withdrawal of U.S. military troops from Ecuador...