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The Byzantine intrigue got so intense that Defense Secretary Melvin Laird and Thomas Moorer, chair man of the Joint Chiefs Of Staff, began spying on the president and Kissinger.
"The broadcast was beamed to American servicemen in South Vietnam as a part of a propaganda series attempting to counter charges by U.S.
All the strike options the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Staff presented to Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird, who in turn presented them to Nixon, were either too escalatory or took longer to execute than was politically acceptable ...
As a result of this study by the Rand Corporation, Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird began to implement a plan to gradually replace U.S.
After 1964, House Republican leaders Gerald Ford and Melvin Laird mobilized the party around domestic issues like revenue sharing and welfare to soften the anti-government edges honed by Goldwater's faction.
He was a political-military affairs officer from 1968 to 1970 in Vietnam, studying the use of herbicide in war, and served in the Department of Defense from 1970 to 1971 under Nixon's Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird. When working for Laird he also ...
Nominated by President Richard Nixon, Republican Congressman Melvin Laird of Wisconsin became a remarkably successful Defense Secretary in the turbulent years of the Vietnam War, Domestic Violence and the Watergate scandal.
It took Melvin Laird, the Defense Secretary and a canny former House member, to talk Henry Kissinger, Nixon's national security adviser, out of it.
The zoo receiving pivotal attractions in the Kodiak bears and wolves in the past year-plus has helped reshape the image of the and having one of the largest employers in the area certainly helps.
In 2016 we lost U.N. Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali. Fun name to say. Rob Ford was Toronto mayor who struggled with drugs and being ridiculous.
It took some three-plus decades, but former Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird did finally admit that General Lavelle had been simply following orders.
Nominated by President Richard Nixon, Republican Congressman Melvin Laird of Wisconsin became a remarkably successful Defense Secretary in the turbulent years of the Vietnam War, domestic violence and the Watergate scandal.
Melvin Laird of Wisconsin became a remarkably successful Defense Secretary in the turbulent years of the Vietnam War, domestic violence and the Watergate scandal.
Nominated by President Richard Nixon, Republican Congressman Melvin Laird of Wisconsin became a remarkably successful Defense Secretary in the turbulent years of the Vietnam War, domestic violence and the Watergate scandal.
On Jan. 12, 1969 - the same day the New York Jets beat the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl IV - U.S. Defense Secretary Melvin Laird gave the dedication address for the "new" high school in my hometown of Marshfield. If you never knew Mel Laird and the ...
After 1964, House Republican leaders Gerald Ford and Melvin Laird mobilized the party around domestic issues like revenue sharing and welfare to soften the anti-government edges honed by Goldwater's faction.
"Ultimately, these Vietnam War wives quit waiting for their husbands to be rescued by the American government. Instead, they did the job themselves with aid from Senator Dole, Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird and his staff, National Security Advisor ...
Melvin Laird, 94. Former Wisconsin congressman and U.S. Defense Secretary during years when President Richard Nixon sought a way to withdraw troops from Vietnam.
According to a 2007 interview that Charles Vick conducted with Melvin Laird, who had been Secretary of Defense in 1969, the US Intelligence Community intercepted some of these communications reporting about an explosion.
... quit waiting for their husbands to be rescued by the American government. Instead, they did the job themselves with aid from Senator Dole, Secretary of State Melvin Laird and his staff, National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger and President ...
After 1964, House Republican leaders Gerald Ford and Melvin Laird mobilized the party around domestic issues like revenue sharing and welfare to soften the anti-government edges honed by Goldwater's faction.
After 1964, House Republican leaders Gerald Ford and Melvin Laird mobilized the party around domestic issues such as welfare and federal-state revenue sharing to soften the anti-government edges honed by Goldwater's faction.
Historical records indicate that Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger discussed dropping nuclear bombs on Vietnam, but Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird and Secretary of State William Rogers opposed the idea. As Prime Minister Abe said, "We must never ...
Then-Defense Secretary Melvin Laird fired Fitzgerald under orders from Nixon to "get rid of that son of a bitch," according to a recorded White House conversation released during the Watergate probe.
After 1964, House Republican leaders Gerald Ford and Melvin Laird mobilized the party around domestic issues like revenue sharing and welfare to soften the anti-government edges honed by Goldwater's faction.
Despite resistance from the joint chiefs and Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird, for three days the planes looped between the West Coast and the edges of Soviet airspace, skirting the border in ways that might gain notice but would not make the Soviets ...
... Harry Wu, Ralph Stanley, Mose Alison, Melvin Laird, William Trevor, David Meltzer, Phife Dawg, Geoffrey Bowie, Paul Kantner, Alvin Toffler, Gwen Ifill, Eli Wiesel, Ursula Franklin, Bobby Hutcherson, Gene Wilder, Arnold Palmer, Leonard Cohen, John ...
Gone, too, were Janet Reno, the country's first female US Attorney general; Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a staunch constitutional originalist; Phyllis Schlafly, one of social conservatism's leading lights; Melvin Laird, who as defense ...
Since the creation of the Department of Defense in 1947, 25 men (no women yet) have served as secretary. In my opinion, none of them has faced more challenges or accomplished more during their tenure than Melvin Laird, who died on November 15 at the ...
Melvin Laird, 94. Former Wisconsin congressman and U.S. Defense Secretary during years when President Richard Nixon sought a way to withdraw troops from Vietnam.
Melvin Laird, 94. Former Wisconsin congressman and U.S. Defense Secretary during years when President Richard Nixon sought a way to withdraw troops from Vietnam.
Melvin Laird (b. 1922) was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives nine times and served as Secretary of Defense during Richard Nixon's first term.
... Texas, that resulted in the deaths of at least 80 people; and the decision to return Elian Gonzalez to his father in Cuba after his mom drowned in the escape attempt.
... Uzbekistan's first post-Soviet leaders Qahhor Mahkamov and Islam Karimov; Jamshid Amouzegar, possibly the last effective premier of the Shah of Iran; and US president Richard Nixon's Defence Secretary Melvin Laird, who began withdrawing American ...
Melvin Laird, 94. Former Wisconsin congressman and U.S. Defense Secretary during years when President Richard Nixon sought a way to withdraw troops from Vietnam.
Melvin Laird, 94. U.S. Defense Secretary under President Richard Nixon who oversaw the withdrawal of more than half a million U.S.
(CNN) -- British pop star George Michael has died, according to Britain's Press Association (PA) news agency. The musician, who shot to fame with the 1980s duo Wham!
Melvin Laird, 94. Former Wisconsin congressman and U.S. Defense Secretary during years when President Richard Nixon sought a way to withdraw troops from Vietnam.
In October 1969 he dramatically raised the Strategic Air Command's readiness level and made a nuclear strike look imminent, evidently in an attempt to rattle Ho's Soviet backers.
London -- Britain's fertility regulator has approved controversial techniques allowing doctors to create babies using DNA from three people - what it called a "historic" decision to help prevent a small number of children from inheriting potentially ...
Melvin Laird, 94. Former Wisconsin congressman and U.S. Defense Secretary during years when President Richard Nixon sought a way to withdraw troops from Vietnam.
Melvin Laird, 94. Former Wisconsin congressman and U.S. Defense Secretary during years when President Richard Nixon sought a way to withdraw troops from Vietnam.
Were it not for strong civilian secretaries like Melvin Laird, Robert Gates and Chuck Hagel, to name a few, it is highly unlikely that many of these changes would have prevailed.
(CNN) - Joseph Mascolo, the actor who portrayed archvillain Stefano DiMera on the NBC soap opera "Days of Our Lives," died this week at 87 after a battle with Alzheimer's disease, the network said.
FILE - In this Sept. 1992 file photo, former Defense Secretary Melvin R. Laird testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. Laird, Defense Secretary under Richard Nixon who helped engineer withdrawal of U.S.
It was then that Melvin Laird, Secretary of Defense, emerged from the sedan to offer thanks to me for the loan of the scraper.
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson says he didn't know Melvin Laird personally, but Laird represented the state well at both the state and national level.
Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird gives the opening statement of a press conference on May 19, 1969 to publicize the plight of U.S.
Melvin Laird, Vietnam War Defense Secretary, dies at 94. November 17, 2016. MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Melvin Laird, a former Wisconsin congressman and U.S.
Melvin Laird, Vietnam War Defense Secretary, dies at 94. November 17, 2016. MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Melvin Laird, a former Wisconsin congressman and U.S.


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