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Articles from National Defense (April 1, 2002)

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Acquisition challenge: 100 new starts in 2004-08. (Washington Pulse). Book, Elizabeth G. Brief Article 133
Air warfare tactics refined in Afghanistan: Planners, air crews fine-tuning targeting techniques and rules of engagement. Erwin, Sandra I. 1722
Army pondering alternatives for tactical missile payload. Ervin, Sandra I. 1508
Army to test lightweight grenade launcher. (Tech Talk). Foster, Sharon Brief Article 185
Army's next battle: Fuel, transportation costs: Gen. Thompson says hybrid-electric tactical vehicles offer a viable alternative. Erwin, Sandra I. 2876
B-52 bombers upgraded with advanced radios. Erwin, Sandra I. Brief Article 684
Canada's defense spending on upswing. Brief Article 347
Chapter events. Brief Article 172
Combat identification system contributes to live training. Henderson, Ron Brief Article 408
Combat Survivability unit hands out awards. (NDIA News). Brief Article 780
Defense university revamps acquisition training program. Erwin, Sandra I. Interview 1011
Despite splendid deeds, Navy remains target of budget AX. (Viewpoint). Lewis, Fred Brief Article 937
E-Business offers homeland defense fixes: Information sharing among U.S. police agencies could help anti-terrorism efforts. Book, Elizabeth G. 1449
Editor's corner. 486
Events. Brief Article 801
Government. (Brass Tracks). Brief Article 266
Heavy-duty hauler pushes limits of truck technology. Erwin, Sandra I. 1656
High-tech training system targets urban combat drills. Tiron, Roxana Brief Article 916
Industry. (Brass Tracks). Brief Article 349
Israeli official: Iran biggest threat to region. (Washington Pulse). Book, Elizabeth G. Interview 199
Joint-service warning network program stalled: Contractor decided to adapt JWARN technology for homeland defense mission. Tiron, Roxana 1175
Lessons can be drawn from Afghan war: Conflict validates need to 'transform' Army, improve aircraft reach and munitions. (Commentary). Goure, Daniel 1216
New beacon helps find overboard sailors. (Tech Talk). Foster, Sharon Brief Article 249
O'Dell: Information warfare is essential. (Washington Pulse). Book, Elizabeth G. Interview 195
Office of Homeland Security facing daunting challenges. (Commentary). Roberts, Steven E. 2082
Operation Flashpoint: A Cold-War crisis. (Digital Marketplace). Silbergeld, David LL. Brief Article 850
Pentagon budget hits some rough spots on Capitol Hill. Book, Elizabeth G. Brief Article 955
Pentagon reserves option to mislead enemy. (Washington Pulse). Book, Elizabeth G. Interview 153
Portable unmanned helicopter to hunt mines. (Tech Talk). Foster, Sharon Brief Article 226
Project Metropolis brings urban wars to U.S. cities. Book, Elizabeth G. 1404
Readers forum. 1605
Recruiter's heaven at Lockheed Martin. (Washington Pulse). Brief Article 161
SOCOM will spend bonus dollars on modernization. Erwin, Sandra I. 3176
Soldiers to get more eye protection in the battlefield. (Tech Talk). Foster, Sharon Brief Article 253
SpaceCom chief has 'transformation' background. (Washington Pulse). Book, Elizabeth G. Interview 217
Surveillance camera deploys quickly. (Tech Talk). Foster, Sharon Brief Article 124
Terror war calls for higher R&D spending. Kennedy, Harold 2629
U.S. facing alarming ammunition shortfalls. (President's Perspective). Farrell, Lawrence P. Jr. Brief Article 768
U.S. services test Aussie-built catamaran: High-speed vessel could operate both in deep seas and coastal waters, officials say. Kennedy, Harold 1805
Unmanned underwater vehicles not quite there yet, Navy says. Tiron, Roxana 1684
Vieques: Do the Marines need it? (Washington Pulse). Brief Article 217
WID to hold its annual meeting on April 16. (Women in Defense). Byron, Norma Brief Article 338
Working toward a stable Afghanistan. (Washington Pulse). Book, Elizabeth G. Brief Article 121

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