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June 23, 2001 | PAUL RICHTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
U.S. forces in the Middle East were put on highest alert Friday after intelligence reports suggested that terrorists might attack American military or civilian targets in the region, defense officials said. Army Gen. Tommy Franks, chief of the U.S. regional military command for the Middle East, canceled a Marine exercise in Jordan, ordered all Navy ships to sea for safety and directed Army and Air Force personnel to observe special security precautions, an official said.
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June 23, 2001 | PAUL RICHTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
U.S. forces in the Middle East were put on highest alert Friday after intelligence reports suggested that terrorists might attack American military or civilian targets in the region, defense officials said. Army Gen. Tommy Franks, chief of the U.S. regional military command for the Middle East, canceled a Marine exercise in Jordan, ordered all Navy ships to sea for safety and directed Army and Air Force personnel to observe special security precautions, an official said.
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May 10, 1991 | MELISSA HEALY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Bush Administration "in the next few months" will finalize agreements to secure Persian Gulf arms warehouses, base access for U.S. forces and joint exercise rights following a round of secretive talks here this week, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney said Thursday. But Cheney said that most of the agreements to be worked out will remain secret, owing to the sensitivities of Gulf leaders. Throughout the area, the U.S.
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May 10, 1991 | MELISSA HEALY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Bush Administration "in the next few months" will finalize agreements to secure Persian Gulf arms warehouses, base access for U.S. forces and joint exercise rights following a round of secretive talks here this week, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney said Thursday. But Cheney said that most of the agreements to be worked out will remain secret, owing to the sensitivities of Gulf leaders. Throughout the area, the U.S.
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