On a February
trip to Peru, NDCF faced danger as the Helicopter carrying Cong.
Burton and Major Messing "force landed" in the midst
of a drug processing village
escorted Bruce Hazelwood and Cong. Sensenbrenenner to Thailand
and Laos to study the opium problem first-hand. While in Thailand,
met with appropriate U.S. embassy officials and head officials
of the Drug Enforcement Administration. In Laos, NDCF met with
Communist officials about the drug issue and POW/MIA concerns.
the Central American countries of El Salvador, Peru, and Guatemala
On a mission
to El Salvador, NDCF distributed desperately needed medical
supplies to save 5,000 lives
NDCF has visited over 24 conflict areas
of more than 130 tons of food and medical supplies distributed
in war-torn and disaster areas by NDCF to date
tons of medicine were brought to conflict areas in El Salvador
Featured In/Quoted In:
World & I, "El
Salvador: Tet II" by Major Andy Messing
Los Angeles Times, "Don't Use a Sledgehammer on
our Defense Forces" by Major Andy Messing
Inquirer, "U.S. Marine Strategy Depends on a Strong
Carrier Force" by Mr. Bernard Halloran
Washington Post, Major Messing addresses the June 22 op-ed column "The War in the Andes" by Rowland Evans
and Robert Novak that concerned a report published by NDCF. "The War in the Andes" by F. Andy Messing.
Washington Post, "Our Gulf Giveaway, Why Subsidize
Oil for Japan and Europe?" by Mr. Milt Copulos
of Gold, "The Navy and the Drug War" by Major
Washington Times, "Schizophrenic Soviet Power Structure"
by Major Andy Messing
Washington Post, "Why Subsidize Oil for Japan and Europe"
17 research papers on energy and the environment have been published
to date by NDCF
paper published, "Desert Shield/Desert Storm Fact Sheet
paper published, "Answering America's Energy and Environmental
"Defense and the Environment: A Primer," Mr. Milt Copulus
paper published, "Narco-Guerrilla
Conflict: U.S. Drug Control Policy and International Operations"
This extensive 70 page study was the culmination of 10 years
of research in 16 countriesResearch
paper published, "U.S. Support for Democratic Insurgencies"
conducted on USSR involvement in Iraq
/ Public Policy Making:
for "Work Prisons" where convicted drug types are
forced to work to re-pay society
Drug Czar Secretary William Bennett, Secretary of Defense Richard
Cheney and Mr. Robert Gates of the National Security Council
to discuss the Drug War; also discussed the Iraq situation
from William Bennett, Director of the Office of National Drug
Control Policy, thanking NDCF for its interest in the Drug War
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