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Posted on Feb 15, 2002 Print this Article

LEAD STORY IN HUMAN EVENTS AND OTHER NEWS REPORTS ANALYZE CONTROVERSIAL DACOWITS RECORD

In a front-page story published in the February 11 edition of Human Events, David Freddoso explains reasons why the charter of the Pentagon’s Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services should be allowed to expire at the end of February 2002. This and other articles appearing in the Washington Times (Feb. 1), United Press International (Jan. 31), National Review Online (Feb. 13), FoxNews.com (Feb. 12, WorldNetDaily.com (Feb. 1) and CNS News.com (Jan. 31) reported on statements made at a news conference organized by the Center for Military Readiness on Jan. 31, 2002. Prominent women’s organizations joining CMR at the news conference included the Independent Women’s Forum, Eagle Forum, Concerned Women for America, and the Claire Boothe Luce Policy Institute. Columnist Mona Charen, who was unable to attend, sent a supportive statement. The Defense Department is currently reviewing the status of 35 discretionary advisory committees, including the DACOWITS, to determine their value to the DoD. DA021502 Donnelly Statement: CMR Activities Section, www.cmrlink.org.
Posted on Feb 15, 2002 Print this Article