Military Role in Drug Interdiction1989-06-09T21:46:00-04:00https://images.c-span.org/defaults/capitol.jpgSubcommittee held hearings to examine Federal drug interdiction capabilities and coordination, focusing on the role of the Department of Defense.
Subcommittee held hearings to examine Federal drug interdiction capabilities and coordination, focusing on the role of the Department of Defense.
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- James Irwin Commander Drug Enforcement Administration
- Arnold Jones Director Administrative Justice Issues
- Tom Kelly Deputy Administrator Drug Enforcement Administration
- Edward Laughlin Project Manager Administrative Justice Issues
- Stephen Olmstead Deputy Assistant Secretary Department of Defense->Drug Enforcement Policy
- John W. Warner U.S. Senator [R] Virginia
- William S. Cohen U.S. Senator [R] Maine
- Herb Kohl U.S. Senator [D] Wisconsin
- Carl Levin U.S. Senator [D] Michigan
- Sam Nunn U.S. Senator [D] Georgia
- Senate Governmental Affairs Subcommittee on InvestigationsSenate Governmental Affairs Subcommittee on Investigations
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