Thomas Duffy

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Daily News | May 21, 2001

The Army today recorded three successful target intercepts using the Patriot Advanced Capability 2 (PAC-2) missile, the service announced.

Daily News | May 16, 2001

A newly created State Department office charged with verifying U.S. and foreign nations' compliance with arms control treaties is taking a active role in the Bush administration's plans to amend the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty and move forward with the construction of a National Missile Defense system.

Daily News | May 14, 2001

In a report released today, the Pentagon inspector general says the Defense Department has failed to fully use a joint technical architecture for command and control systems designed to make it easier for weapons systems to work with one another.

Daily News | May 9, 2001

The House today passed a fiscal year 2002 budget resolution by a vote of 221-207.

Daily News | May 8, 2001

The Senate today confirmed John Bolton to be under secretary of state for arms control and international security affairs by a 57-43 vote.

Daily News | May 8, 2001

A sweeping reorganization of the Defense Department's space operations is not setting the stage for the United States to move forward with the use of space weapons, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said today.

Daily News | May 2, 2001

The bill for repairing the Aegis destroyer Cole (DDG 67), severely damaged in a terrorist attack last October, has reached $243 million, $93 million above what Congress appropriated for the job last November, a Navy spokesman told today.

Daily News | April 24, 2001

Dov Zakheim, President Bush's pick to be the next Pentagon comptroller, told a Senate committee today he would reorganize the comptroller's office and make reforming the Defense Department's ability to produce clear and accurate financial statements a top priority if he is confirmed.

Daily News | April 11, 2001

Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. William Fallon has approved a plan that assigns budget responsibility for antiterrorism and force protection programs to two offices on the Navy staff, according to a senior service official.

Daily News | April 4, 2001

Since last October, a joint Defense Department task force has been painstakingly examining scores of military aircraft and weapons to see if certain aluminum parts are defective, according to sources and documents.

Daily News | April 3, 2001

Bail Aerospace and Technologies and General Dynamics Government Systems today won a $260 million contract from the Air Force to support the Measurement and Signature Intelligence exploitation program.

Daily News | April 2, 2001

The Navy announced today that it is officially extending the second developmental phase through May for the ship that will serve as the service's 21st century destroyer.

Daily News | March 30, 2001

The Defense Department announced today that Lockheed Martin has won a $110 million contract for improvements to 12 NAVSTAR global positioning system satellites, changes that will incorporate a new military signal on the satellites.

Daily News | March 29, 2001

The chorus of voices calling for a fiscal year 2001 defense supplemental bill is growing louder.

Daily News | March 29, 2001

Boeing's Joint Strike Fighter team announced today that it has successfully flown its X-32B short takeoff and vertical landing demonstrator for the first time.

Daily News | March 28, 2001

The House today approved a Republican budget resolution for fiscal year 2002 that increases defense spending by $14.6 billion above FY-01 levels.

Daily News | March 28, 2001

In putting together the fiscal year 2001 defense budget request last year, Pentagon budget planners were counting on a supplemental appropriations bill to supply funding to carry some commands through the final two quarters of the fiscal year, Pacific Command Commander-in-Chief Adm. Dennis Blair told a Senate committee this morning.

Daily News | March 27, 2001

Six months after the Navy destroyer Cole was attacked and severely damaged by a terrorist attack in the port of Aden, Yemen, the service is creating a permanent antiterrorism-force protection council that will shape the Navy's policies for protecting its sailors and their families.

Daily News | March 27, 2001

China's purchase and possible use of Russian-built Sunburn anti-ship missiles is not affecting the operations of the Navy's 7th Fleet in the Taiwan Straits, the commander of U.S. military forces in the Pacific told a Senate committee today.

Daily News | March 26, 2001

The Defense Department announced today it has given Raytheon a $119 million contract modification for the production of Standard Missile-2 missiles and associated equipment.

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