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Richard B. Myers

'Countries Have To Make Their Own Decisions'

Jul 30, 2003

'It doesn't bother me,' says the Chairman of the US Joint Chief of Staff, on refusal of India and others to send their troops. His visit, he says, has nothing to do with it.

'We Are Seeing History Unfold ...'

Apr 09, 2003

'... events that will shape the course of a country, the fate of a people, and potentially the future of the region.' US DoD News Briefing by Defence Secretary and Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Wednesday, April 9, 2003 - 1:30 p.m. EST


Is Saddam In Control? 'I Don't Know'

US DoD News Briefing by Defence Secretary Rumsfeld and Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Friday, March 21, 2002

'We Have Evidence. Good Evidence'

Mar 21, 2003

In the US DoD news briefing on March 20, the US secretary of defense says 'there will be Iraqis that will surrender. There will be Iraqis that offer to help us. There will be Iraqis who offer not only to help us but to help liberate the country and t


'History Of Deception'

US Department of Defense news briefing on Tuesday, March 11, 2002 with US Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and Gen. Richard B. Myers, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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