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Wisdom

By: Lee Oscar Lawrie

Excerpt: While modeling the three panels, Lawrie also designed the ornamental bronze clock located above the vice president’s desk in the Senate Chamber.

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Distribution Statements on Technical Documents

Excerpt: Reissuance And Purpose: This Directive reissues reference (a) to update policies and procedures for marking technical documents, including production, engineering, and logistics information, to denote the extent to which they are available for distribution, release, and dissemination without additional approvals or authorizations.

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

Excerpt: For Offical Use Only DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 98...

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Armed Services Patent Advisory Board Aspab Patent Security Categor...

Excerpt: Armed Services Patent Advisory Board Aspab Patent Security Category Review...

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Application for Advanced Study Institutes Travel Award

Excerpt: Objective: The National Science Foundation makes Advanced Study Institute travel awards to enable U.S. graduate students to participate in international scientific meetings held abroad for the purposes of obtaining and exchanging science information and professional development. Neither travel to Canada nor travel to any U.S. Trust Territory or possession (including Puerto Rico) will be supported under this program.

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Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1995

Excerpt: A screen questionnaire (form NCVS-1) and a crime incident report (form NCVS-2) are used to obtain information about households, individuals, and the relevant crimes they have experienced. The first form, NCVS-1, is designed to obtain demographic characteristics and to screen for any crime incidents. Each household member age 12 or older is interviewed individually, unless a proxy is used. Proxy interviews are used for children age 12 or 13 when the parents objec...

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Mathematical Sciences: Innovations at the Interface with the Scien...

Introduction: Today's discoveries in science, engineering and technology are intertwined with advances across the mathematical sciences. New mathematical tools disentangle the complex biotic and abiotic processes that drive the climate system; mathematics illuminates the interaction of magnetic fields and fluid flows in the hot plasmas within stars; and mathematical modeling plays a key role in research on micro-, nano-, and optical devices. Innovative optimization metho...

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

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Additional Views and Appendices

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Bullying in Schools

By: Rana Sampson

Excerpt: About the Guide Series: The Problem-Oriented Guides for Police summarize knowledge about how police can reduce the harm caused by specific crime and disorder problems. They are guides to prevention and to improving the overall response to incidents, not to investigating offenses or handling specific incidents. The guides are written for police–of whatever rank or assignment–who must address the specific problem the guides cover. The guides will be most useful to...

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Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program

By: Tom Ridge

Excerpt: In the two years since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America, Federal, State, and local homeland security agencies have made major investments of time and resources to enhance their preparedness to prevent, respond to, and recover from acts of terrorism. It is important to evaluate how well these investments achieve enhanced preparedness. The most effective way to evaluate preparedness prior to an actual incident is by conducting and evaluating th...

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Lee Slater Overman

By: Lee Slater Overman

Excerpt: This portrait of Lee Slater Overman, donated by the senator’s Slater Overman taught school before family in 1996, is unsigned and undated. The painting had turning to law and politics. He established been in the family since its completion early in the 20th a law practice in Salisbury and later was elected to the North Carolina house of century, although no information exists regarding its acquire preventatives for five terms, serving as sition. Senator Overman ...

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Six Decades of Reducing Threats and Allaying Fears

By: Houston T. Hawkins

Excerpt: Los Alamos National Laboratory was established amid fears expressed by many knowledgeable people that our way of life might not survive. In its 60-year history, the Laboratory has been preserved because it has successfully welded science and technology to develop weapons intended to neutralize any such fears. Following the tradition of inquiry that is so much a part of our university heritage, we have questioned to exhaustion the principles governing those weapo...

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Global Climate Change and International Security

By: Thomas H. Karas

Excerpt: On September 25 and 26, 2003, the Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) Advanced Concepts Group, working with the SNL Energy, Information, and Infrastructure Surety Division convened a workshop to explore “The Implications of Global Climate Change for International Security.” Visiting Sandia were a dozen experts in international environmental policy, environmental security, and international security (see Appendix I). Joining this group were 16-20 Sandia technical ...

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Dsca Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 2003

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China-U. S. Relations

By: Kerry B. Dumbaugh

Summary: In the wake of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States, U.S. and PRC foreign policy calculations appear to be changing. The Administration of George W. Bush assumed office in January 2001 viewing China as a U.S. “strategic competitor.” Administration officials faced an early test in April 2001 when a Chinese jet collided with a U.S. Navy reconnaissance plane over the South China Sea, resulting in strained relations and PRC accusations ...

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New Directions from the Field: Victim's Rights and Services for th...

By: Kathryn M. Turman

Excerpt: Each year, hundreds of children write to the President, the First Lady, and the Attorney General about being abused. In graphic detail their letters chronicle the physical, sexual, and emotional abuse inflicted on our nations children. They ask to be protected. They ask for police officers and judges to intervene.

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Controversy Grows on Atom Tests

Excerpt: Underground atomic tests which were held in Colorado during the first week of September, and tests which m-e scheduled to occur in October in Alaska, have stymied much controversy among geologists, and citizens. In August a group of citizens who owned land the Colorado site sued to pi-event the tests, aided by the American Civil Liberties Union, cm two grounds. They claimed that Fifth Amendment privileges were being violated as their property was being “taken, w...

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The Usaf C-17 Fleet: A Strategic Airlift Shortfall

By: Randall L. Long

Preface: In light of deteriorating defense budgets, funding to develop and procure replacement weapons systems becomes increasingly uncertain. The problem often stems from the lack of alternatives to replace obsolete systems. Sometimes the mission is delegated to other resources: for example, satellites now perform many tasks that the SR-71 used to accomplish. In other cases, where national security strategy dictates, the mission diminishes or disappears altogether: for ...

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The Source of Information about Your Members of Congress Now Avail...

By: Veronica Meter

Excerpt: Washington, D.C. - You can learn more about your members of Congress with the official directory of the U.S. Congress. The Congressional Directory presents short biographies of each member of the Senate and House, listed by state or district. The Congressional Directory also includes information on committee memberships, terms of service, administrative assistants and/or secretaries, and room and telephone numbers. In addition, the publication also lists officia...

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