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February 1, 1991
BRITAIN has agreed to allow the United States to station a limited number of B-52 bombers in Britain for use in the war, Defense Secretary Tom King told Parliament. He also said that 40,000 British military personnel are now on duty in the Gulf and that Britain's commitment has so far cost more than $2.5 billion. Vice President Dan Quayle, in a trip to London, met with Prime Minister John Major. The two men said there is no rush for allied forces to begin a ground assault.
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February 1, 1991
BRITAIN has agreed to allow the United States to station a limited number of B-52 bombers in Britain for use in the war, Defense Secretary Tom King told Parliament. He also said that 40,000 British military personnel are now on duty in the Gulf and that Britain's commitment has so far cost more than $2.5 billion. Vice President Dan Quayle, in a trip to London, met with Prime Minister John Major. The two men said there is no rush for allied forces to begin a ground assault.
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