Fourth and Fifth fact-finding missions
to Haiti in January and September; met with U.S./U.N. military,
U.S. Embassy and civilians to discuss the process of "democratization
Visited "Gitmo" Naval
Air Base, Cuba and Puerto Rico in February to report on the
U.S. Navy conducted a tour for
NDCF representatives in Norfolk, VA on their Coastal Patrol
Craft 170 foot class; they support Special Operations missions
August: Visited the Philippines
to look at the potential conflict between Red China and the
United States over the Spratly Islands
trip to Haiti in two years delivered about $70,000 worth of
emergency medical supplies to Mother Teresa's orphanage called
the "Missionaries of Charity"
Defense News, "V-22 Flies Troops to the Future"
by Major Andy Messing and Mr. J. Ware
Los Angeles Times, "A Peacekeeping Job Half-Done"
by Major Andy Messing
The Washington Times, "Threat to Peace in the Pacific"
by Major Andy Messing and Ms. J. Kole
The Washington Times, "Lessons
Overlooked in Haiti" by Major Andy Messing and Mr.
paper published 28 February 1995, "Lifting the Ban
on Alaskan Oil Exports"
paper published 1 March 1995, "The Taylor Plan:
An Educational Initiative for the 21st Century"
paper published 16 March 1995, "Another World Oil
paper published 5 June 1995, "DAGGR: Answering the
Low Altitude Weapon Threat"
paper published 21 September 1995, "DAGGR: Demonstrated
Capabilities and System Justification"
paper published October 1995, "Natural Gas Vehicles:
Helping Ensure America's Energy Security"
December 1995, "World Conflict Areas", reporting
71 conflicts worldwide
/ Public Policy Making:
at the Central Intelligence Agency on intelligence analysis
techniques then, before ABA Lawyers in New York City on why
the United Nations does not work
about Haiti at the Captain Rockwood Trial at Ft. Drum, New York,
as an expert witness
the Government Accounting Office (GAO) and the Defense Intelligence
Agency (DIA) regarding the increase of Small Wars and Drug Wars
a seminar on defense trends into the 21st century; also spoke
with Dr. Edward Luttwak of the Center for Strategic and International
Studies on the 24th of February on Capitol Hill before 50 plus
defense specialists of Congress
Philippine Ambassador to discuss the Spratly Islands
to preserve the "Depressed Altitude Guided Gun Round"
(DAGGR), an artillery shell that is guided by radar in the Defense
on "Sixty Minutes" in January regarding combat recognition
to Special Forces advisors who fought in the conflict in El
Salvador and later in May to discuss the coming conflict with
Communist China over the oil-rich Spratly Islands
regularly on National Empowerment Television (NET) regarding
China, United Nation peacekeeping and other issues relevant
to national security
at American University and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy on "Peacemaking
in a World with 70 Conflicts
National Defense Council Foundation
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