Erin Q. Winograd

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Daily News | April 10, 2003

A Hunter unmanned aerial vehicle was lost to hostile fire this week over the skies of Baghdad, before the city came under control of U.S. forces, according to service officials.

Daily News | February 20, 2003

In apparent preparation for a war with Iraq, the Army last week barred soldiers scheduled for deployment to the Central Command theater from leaving active duty.

Daily News | November 22, 2002

Army officials have suspended unmanned aerial vehicle operations at Ft. Lewis, WA, following two incidents that damaged or destroyed three Shadow 200 platforms, sources said this week.

Daily News | June 24, 2002

The House Appropriations defense subcommittee has agreed, "with some degree of trepidation," to terminate the Crusader field artillery system, according to sources.

Daily News | May 15, 2002

House appropriators moved today to stop the Defense Department from terminating the Army's Crusader field artillery system prior to a congressional review of the program and the repercussions of such a decision.

Daily News | May 13, 2002

The Office of the Secretary of Defense today officially banned the Army from spending any more money on development of the Crusader field artillery system, initiating the program's termination process.

Daily News | May 8, 2002

The Pentagon today pulled the plug on the Army's $11 billion Crusader field artillery system, saying it was a holdover from another era.

Daily News | May 1, 2002

The House Armed Services Committee voted late tonight to bar termination of the Crusader advanced field artillery system before the completion of the program's next major review in April 2003.

Daily News | April 26, 2002

Rep. Ike Skelton (D-MO), the House Armed Services Committee's ranking member, commended members of the panel's personnel subcommittee yesterday for endorsing an increase in military end strength.

Daily News | April 9, 2002

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has submitted his plan for a Northern Command focused on homeland security to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, and defense sources suggest Air Force Gen. Ed Eberhart, the top officer at NORAD, is the principal candidate to lead the new organization.

Daily News | April 2, 2002

Boeing announced today that Roger Krone, the company's vice president and general manager of Army programs for its Military Aircraft and Missile Systems business unit, has been promoted to vice president of strategic projects at Boeing's world headquarters in Chicago.

Daily News | March 12, 2002

The Defense Department intends to install a permanent organization dedicated to homeland security by June, according to a recent internal memorandum.

Daily News | March 7, 2002

A team comprised of Boeing and Science Applications International Corp. has won the contract for Lead Systems Integrator (LSI) of the Future Combat Systems program, the Army and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency announced this afternoon.

Daily News | February 28, 2002

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL -- The Army last night christened its new Interim Armored Vehicle in honor of two fallen enlisted soldiers who died twenty years apart but shared the same name.

Daily News | October 8, 2001

The Association of the U.S. Army has canceled its annual meeting in Washington, DC, which was scheduled to begin next week, due to the military campaign launched yesterday (Oct. 7).

Daily News | September 13, 2001

Army sources said today that Lt. Gen. Timothy Maude is among the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attack on the Pentagon.

Daily News | July 5, 2001

The Bush administration has withdrawn from consideration the expected nominee for the Army's top civilian acquisition position, sources said today.

Daily News | May 2, 2001

United Defense LP yesterday won a $228 million contract for Bradley Fighting Vehicles after the Army cleared the M2A3 version for full-rate production late last week.

Daily News | May 1, 2001

The M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle program passed a milestone review last week and will enter full-rate production immediately, sources said May 1.

Daily News | December 28, 2000

More than half of the Army's Apache fleet has been returned to full flight status following a precautionary grounding order issued earlier this month.

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