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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 11, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 80 id u 22 b h Pacific stars and m 38th 41 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command february 31 h 175 him Basing decision delayed Washington up president Reagan wednesday gave his Blu ribbon commission on the my missile an additional month to develop a set of recommendations on How Best to strengthen the land based leg of americas nuclear but the commissions chairman said any new Basing ideas Are the commission and an Extension of its 18 deadline during a two hour meeting that Reagan attended for 15 minutes to receive an update on its review of strategic nuclear As he announced the commission chairman Brent a retired general and National Security adviser to president could not say with Confidence the panel would fulfil its in hopeful that the commission will reach a he but in not at the Point of saying whether or not that will be former Secretary of state Henry an adviser to the said the panel is doing but declined to elaborate on its scowcroft said the commission said to be see Page 6 Hitachi 3 plea in ism Case san Francisco up Hitachi of Japan has pleaded guilty to charges of conspiring to steal ism computer secrets and was fined by District judge Spencer in a plea bargain the government said tuesday it would file no other criminal charges against the giant Japan computer firm in connection with the two Hitachi senior Engineer Kenji Hayashi and software Section manager Isao also pleaded guilty and were fined and Hayashi was als6 put on five years unsupervised probation and Ohnishi two years with the stipulation they conduct no business in the United the corporation and 17 people see Page Japan May research arms jointly page3 report finds rights curbs widespread Page 4 israeli report says was partly at fault Page 6 hey Wanna buy a Bridge Page 4 shield from the cold Paul satellite killer called too costly Washington a congressional investigators have urged the Pentagon to take a fresh look at an attempt to develop tiny space fighters that could destroy soviet saying the program has proved More Complex than anticipated and May Cost tens of billions of now is the time to determine whether the United states is devel Oping the appropriate capability to perform the ant satellite said the general accounting office in a report purged of sensitive the Gao which became available indicated Strong reservations about the cur rent approach in developing a weapon system capable of destroy ing soviet while the project is it is known the ant satellite concept involves launching Hitt Okill miniature vehicles from f15 Jet fighter soviet threat the soviet Union already has an ant satellite system which John chairman of the joint chiefs of says can threaten surveillance satellites at Low Vessey noted in his recent annual report to Congress that the United states has no counterpart to the soviet ant satellite the soviet which became operational in uses a Hunter satellite to approach its target and then blow destroying that target with shrapnel like when the air Force selected the miniature vehicle technology As the primary the Gao report it was envisioned As a relatively Quick Way to get an ant satellite this is no longer the it will be a More Complex and expensive task than originally the investigative Agency report said the Cost of the current satellite killer program has been estimated at about to but it suggested that the a homeless person from washing House in an attempt to keep warm As the capital City potential Cost could reach into tens huddles Over a steam grate near the White was hit by a cold a of billions of

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