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October 15, 1988 | Associated Press
The Pentagon notified Congress on Friday it had approved a sale of self-propelled howitzers and various other armored vehicles to Thailand. The package would be worth an estimated $63 million. Congress has 30 days to veto the sale.
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January 29, 1992 | Reuters
The Bush Administration said Tuesday it has notified Congress that it intends to sell three radar warning planes to Thailand for $382 million. The small E-2C airborne warning and control system planes (AWACS), used to defend U.S. aircraft carrier fleets, are built by Grumman Aerospace Corp. of Bethpage, N.Y. Congress is not expected to raise objections to the sale.
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January 10, 1987 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
The United States and Thailand agreed Friday to establish a weapons stockpile here--$100 million in arms and ammunition--designed to deter aggression by Thailand's Communist neighbors. The United States maintains arms stockpiles in some North Atlantic Treaty Organization nations and in other countries, such as the Philippines, where it has military bases. The U.S. "war reserve" stores here would be the first in a country outside those categories. The agreement was signed by U.S.
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October 15, 1988 | Associated Press
The Pentagon notified Congress on Friday it had approved a sale of self-propelled howitzers and various other armored vehicles to Thailand. The package would be worth an estimated $63 million. Congress has 30 days to veto the sale.
NEWS
January 29, 1992 | Reuters
The Bush Administration said Tuesday it has notified Congress that it intends to sell three radar warning planes to Thailand for $382 million. The small E-2C airborne warning and control system planes (AWACS), used to defend U.S. aircraft carrier fleets, are built by Grumman Aerospace Corp. of Bethpage, N.Y. Congress is not expected to raise objections to the sale.
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January 10, 1987 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
The United States and Thailand agreed Friday to establish a weapons stockpile here--$100 million in arms and ammunition--designed to deter aggression by Thailand's Communist neighbors. The United States maintains arms stockpiles in some North Atlantic Treaty Organization nations and in other countries, such as the Philippines, where it has military bases. The U.S. "war reserve" stores here would be the first in a country outside those categories. The agreement was signed by U.S.
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