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March 17, 1988
The Reagan Administration has notified Congress that it plans to sell 75 F-16 jet fighters to Israel, four to Bahrain and an unspecified number to Pakistan. A classified report covering projected arms sales for 1988, sent to Congress Feb. 25, also said that the United States plans to equip Egypt's six Soviet-built submarines with U.S. torpedoes and radar. Egypt also would be sold an unspecified number of M-60 tanks, while Pakistan would get P-3 Orion submarine-hunting aircraft.
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June 5, 1991 | MELISSA HEALY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the first steps of a major new drive to arm allies in the Persian Gulf, the Bush Administration plans to sell Apache attack helicopters to the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain in the coming weeks, defense officials said. The Emirates, which allowed the basing of American C-130s during the Persian Gulf War, is expected to buy 20 of the choppers that proved so lethal during Operation Desert Storm, the officials said.
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September 28, 1990 | MICHAEL ROSS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Administration's proposed sale of $7.6 billion in arms to Saudi Arabia was received with criticism and caution on Capitol Hill on Thursday, but key lawmakers indicated that they probably would support it, despite charges that the White House had broken a promise to limit the sale to items essential to urgent Saudi defense needs. Bowing to congressional pressure, the White House sent a scaled-down version of its original $21-billion Saudi arms package to Congress on Thursday.
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September 28, 1990 | MICHAEL ROSS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Administration's proposed sale of $7.6 billion in arms to Saudi Arabia was received with criticism and caution on Capitol Hill on Thursday, but key lawmakers indicated that they probably would support it, despite charges that the White House had broken a promise to limit the sale to items essential to urgent Saudi defense needs. Bowing to congressional pressure, the White House sent a scaled-down version of its original $21-billion Saudi arms package to Congress on Thursday.
NEWS
October 23, 1987 | DON SHANNON and SARA FRITZ, Times Staff Writers
The Reagan Administration, intensifying efforts to undercut third-country support for Iran, on Thursday announced that it will maintain curbs on the export of high technology goods to China to punish that nation for selling Silkworm missiles to the Tehran government. Meanwhile, President Reagan told a nationally televised news conference that he intends to continue providing U.S.
NEWS
June 5, 1991 | MELISSA HEALY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the first steps of a major new drive to arm allies in the Persian Gulf, the Bush Administration plans to sell Apache attack helicopters to the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain in the coming weeks, defense officials said. The Emirates, which allowed the basing of American C-130s during the Persian Gulf War, is expected to buy 20 of the choppers that proved so lethal during Operation Desert Storm, the officials said.
NEWS
March 17, 1988
The Reagan Administration has notified Congress that it plans to sell 75 F-16 jet fighters to Israel, four to Bahrain and an unspecified number to Pakistan. A classified report covering projected arms sales for 1988, sent to Congress Feb. 25, also said that the United States plans to equip Egypt's six Soviet-built submarines with U.S. torpedoes and radar. Egypt also would be sold an unspecified number of M-60 tanks, while Pakistan would get P-3 Orion submarine-hunting aircraft.
NEWS
October 23, 1987 | DON SHANNON and SARA FRITZ, Times Staff Writers
The Reagan Administration, intensifying efforts to undercut third-country support for Iran, on Thursday announced that it will maintain curbs on the export of high technology goods to China to punish that nation for selling Silkworm missiles to the Tehran government. Meanwhile, President Reagan told a nationally televised news conference that he intends to continue providing U.S.
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