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February 8, 2001 | From Associated Press
Okinawa City leaders on Wednesday unanimously called for the dismissal of the top U.S. Marine commander in Japan for allegedly calling government officials on the island of Okinawa "a bunch of wimps." It was the first time a Japanese city assembly has called for a senior U.S. military officer to be removed from his post. Military officials and the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo refused to comment on the assembly's resolution. Assembly members in Okinawa City, which borders U.S.
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February 8, 2001 | From Associated Press
Okinawa City leaders on Wednesday unanimously called for the dismissal of the top U.S. Marine commander in Japan for allegedly calling government officials on the island of Okinawa "a bunch of wimps." It was the first time a Japanese city assembly has called for a senior U.S. military officer to be removed from his post. Military officials and the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo refused to comment on the assembly's resolution. Assembly members in Okinawa City, which borders U.S.
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April 20, 2000 | From Associated Press
Defense Secretary William S. Cohen on Wednesday rejected a proposal that would have made some of the lowest-paid soldiers ineligible for food stamps, saying he would do the opposite. In a three-paragraph statement, Cohen said he will work with the Agriculture Department to try to change how eligibility is calculated.
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April 20, 2000 | From Associated Press
Defense Secretary William S. Cohen on Wednesday rejected a proposal that would have made some of the lowest-paid soldiers ineligible for food stamps, saying he would do the opposite. In a three-paragraph statement, Cohen said he will work with the Agriculture Department to try to change how eligibility is calculated.
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