Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Sep 10 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 10, 1983, Tokyo, Japan To 10 12 1 Al b 20 22 b a 3 iffy 3 it it e w g in la of l Pacific tars and stripes to tilt i7h la Jot pm e my Deal an authorized unofficial pub cation for the personnel of the department i o of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Paciuc command september 1983 w 38th 252 250 b h Navy submarine builder allegedly involved in i won in kickbacks Page 4 Greece sign bases pact Page 6 Navy joins Lebanon fight Beirut a the Navy unleashed its firepower in Lebanon for the first time destroying a druze militia Battery that had shelled Marine the which broke a druze pledge to end attacks on the peacekeeping occurred As two Marine generals were inspecting their troops positions at Beirut International no casualties were reported at the where four marines have been killed and 28 wounded since late last but police said 52 lebanese were killed and 114 wounded in fierce Christia druze fighting in the mountains overlooking the the druze charged that lebanese troops and Christian Pha Lange militiamen massacred 40 women and children who had taken Refuge at a druze religious shrine in 7v2 Miles Southeast of the combined lebanese Christian Force burned Down the shrine during the the druze there was no Independent confirmation of the druze the latest in a series of reports of massacres by either the christians and the Syria backed druze since israeli troops pulled out of the mountains israelis redeployed its troops to safer positions in Southern the Navy frigate Bowen fired four rounds from its five Inch guns As the Marine base was shelled during the see Page 6 marines Duck As a Shell lands a few Hundred Yards Aeroflot told close offices compiled from wire services Washington president Reagan has ordered the closing of the offices of the soviet unions government owned As a further response to the soviet Downing of a korean Airliner last in Reagan asked the civil aeronautics Board to order airlines and travel agencies to break any ticketing or other business ties they have with the soviet airline the worlds related Page the cab which was issued includes prohibitions against carriers booking connecting flights with the cab urged Amer ican travel agencies to go even further to observe the spirit of the it asked them not to Book Aeroflot business via any airline foreign As Well As i would emphasize were taking these Steps in an Effort to cooperate with other countries in not accepting Aeroflot As a Normal member of the civil aviation White see Page 6 Marine punished for fraternizing with wife Tobe Camp a an Okinawa bound Marine offic charged with dating an enlisted woman before they were married at Camp has been found guilty of fraternization and Given a letter of the Case of 1st Stuart praised by superiors As a solid Young raises further questions about the Cloudy definition of fraternization and the need for such a of who could have been imprisoned or discharged from the marines for the also was moved Back positions on a list of first lieutenants seeking Robert the presid ing said in passing sentence that an Effort should be made by the commandant of the Marine see Page 6

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