U.S. Troops in Bosnia
Committee members heard from the two highest administration military officials about the activities of U.S. troops in Bosnia and whether… read more
Committee members heard from the two highest administration military officials about the activities of U.S. troops in Bosnia and whether they will be recalled before the end of the year as President Clinton originally stated when he deployed them there. On October 2, the Department of Defense announced that 5,000 additional troops will be sent to Bosnia from Germany. They will remain there until at least the middle of March and will help other peace-keeping troops pull out and will take on additional responsibilities as these other troops leave. close
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- James "Strom" Strom Thurmond U.S. Senator [R] South Carolina
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