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Sergeants Jasper and Newton Rescuing American Prisoners from the B...

By: John Blake White

Excerpt: John Blake White, in his painting Sergeants Jasper and Newton Georgia, in August 1779, two patriots Rescuing American Prisoners from the British, depicts the daring dramatically rescued a desperate group of Americans held prisoner behind British rescue recorded by Parson Mason Locke Weems. Though stylized and rife with patriotic romanticism, White’s account is less War incident was recounted by Parson fanciful than most artistic renderings of the event, includin...

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A Review of the Fbi's Actions in Connection with Allegations Raise...

By: Steven C. Mccraw

Introduction: This report describes the Office of the Inspector General's (OIG) investigation of allegations raised by Sibel Edmonds, a former Contract Linguist (CL) for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Edmonds worked for the FBI from September 20,2001, until March 2002, when her services as a CL for the FBI were terminated. Before that termination, she had raised a series of allegations regarding the FBI's CL program, including security concerns about actions ...

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Comprehensive Review of European Issues

By: Zbigniew Brzezinski

Excerpt: The President has directed that the Policy Review Committee...

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Geospace Environment Modeling (Gem)

By: Kile B. Baker

Excerpt: The Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM) program is the second in order of inception of three programs in Upper Atmospheric Research (CEDAR, GEM, and SHINE) designed to address the question of how the sun influences geospace and the upper atmosphere. The primary goal of GEM is to understand how energy, mass, and momentum flow in the solar wind is coupled into the Earth's magnetosphere and in turn how the magnetosphere is coupled to the Earth's atmosphere. A criti...

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Science of Design (Sod) Software-Intensive Systems

By: Sol Greenspan

Introduction: Design is at the core of many professions, including engineering, computer science, architecture, medicine, economics and biotechnology. As we move forward into a world in which the number of devices, amount of software and degree of connectivity in complex systems will all increase by orders of magnitude, it is essential that we have a Science of Design on which to base our efforts at building such systems.

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Select Committee of the United States House of Representatives

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La Menopausia Ylas Hormonas

Excerpt: La menopausia es un cambio normal en la vida de la mujer cuando deja de tener su período menstrual. Por eso algunas personas llaman a la menopausia “el cambio en la vida” o “el cambio”. Durante la menopausia, el cuerpo de la mujer produce cada vez menos cantidades de las hormonas llamadas estrogeno y progesterona. La menopausia ocurre comunmente entre las edades de 45 a 55 anos. Cuando la mujer deja de tener el período menstrual por mas de 12 meses seguidos, le ha llegado la menopausia.

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Fy 03 Authorized Semi-Auto Assault Weapons under Section 38 Aeca

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 01

Excerpt: DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 2000...

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Directorate for Geosciences Division of Ocean Sciences Arlington, ...

Excerpt: Individuals wishing to apply for a permanent position see vacancy number E20040128. The National Science Foundation (NSF) is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Associate Program Director for the Physical Oceanography Program within the Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE), Directorate of Geosciences. The Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE) supports basic research and education to further understanding of all aspects of the global oceans and their int...

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Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory

By: Joseph J. Devaney

Excerpt: This work follows the methods of Devaney, Goldstein, Fagan, and Devaney. Briefly put, this calculation yields the cross sections expected from plutonium--0 in thermal Maxwellian notion, assuming negligible reactive interference. That a Maxwellian velocity distribution is a useful approximation follows from the fact that the Debye temperature of plutonium, which lies between 170 and l&) K,2...

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For Official Use Only Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Delive...

Excerpt: For Offical Use Only DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 99...

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French Polynesia Pistols & Revolvers

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Misuse and Abuse of 911

By: Rana Sampson

Excerpt: This project was supported by cooperative agreement #99-CK-WX-K004 by the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions contained herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official position of the U.S. Department of Justice.

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Hhs Bioterrorism Preparedness Programs : States Reported Progress ...

By: Janet Heinrich

Excerpt: The anthrax incidents during the fall of 2001 raised concerns about the nation’s ability to respond to bioterrorist events and other public health threats. The incidents strained the public health system, including surveillance and laboratory workforce capacities, at the state and local levels. Several months after the incidents, the Congress appropriated funds to strengthen state and local bioterrorism preparedness. The Department of Health and Human Services’ ...

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Defense Security Cooperation Agency Excess Defense Articles Tracki...

Excerpt: Defense Security Cooperation Agency Excess Defense Articles Tracking Report For FY 1998...

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The Economic Effects of 9/11: A Retrospective Assessment

By: Gail Makinen

Excerpt: On the morning of September 11, 2001, a small group of dedicated fanatics hijacked four commercial airplanes in flight, crashed three of them into buildings symbolic in various ways of what they found offensive about the United States, and changed the course of American history. Shortly after this occurred, a group of CRS analysts was called upon to assess the possible effects of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. economy and the ability of the government to deal...

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Fas Statement on Vietnam

By: W. A. Higinbmtham

Excerpt: Like many of our fellow citizens, members of “the Federation of American Scientists are deeply concerned with United States policy in Vietnam, and are voicing this concern as individuals and other, organizational channels. The Federation itself is + its official statement. to implications of. this policy for arms control, disarmament, and measures against proliferation of nuclear weapons.

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Radiation Monitor for Surveillance of Moving Vehicles

By: Robert F. Dvorak

Introduction: The Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility (LAMPF) is built around an 800-MeV proton linear accelerator. Average beam current is currently 800 to 1000 PA. Under these operating parameters, materials associated with the primary beam line are quickly and sometimes intensely activated, and materials along secondary beam lines may become significantly radioactive.

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Creative Partnerships Supporting Youth, Building Communities

By: Robert Chapman

Excerpt: Over the last decade juvenile crime and victimization has increasingly been in the spotlight, especially violence in our schools. It makes for disturbing reading: // Between July 1, 1998 and June 30, 1999, there were 47 school-associated violent deaths in the United States. // In 1999 alone, students ages 12 through 18 were victims of more than 2.5 million crimes at school, of which about 186,000 were serious violent crimes. // Government studies indicate that 1...

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