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Richard Albright

Questions on chemical weapons, explosive ordnance, environmental cleanup of military bases and ranges.

James Bruno

Diplomacy and foreign affairs. How government decision-making takes place. Interactions of the White House, State Dept., Pentagon, Congress and CIA in formulating policy. How governments deal with each other. Area expertise includes Afghanistan, Indochina, Europe, Cuba. Served in Guantanamo. Currently a member of the Diplomatic Readiness Reserve and Standby Response Corps.

Paul Edward Zukowski

Military use in foreign affairs

Peter Eriksson

Im capable of answering many of your questions about modern Main Battle Tanks and their configuration/construction/sub-systems. I can also tell you a thing or two about MBT ammunition like the DU-projectiles and Hollow Charge munitions if you like.

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2016-07-23 Croat/Serb weapons:

!) They were shown it the 2014 & 2015 shot show, There supposed to be imported but the deal was shelved by century arms. We do not know the

2016-07-23 Croatian and Serbian weaponry:

Stacie:    The Zastava M91 is not available in the U.S. though I see a petition is circulating to allow its importation.    Croatia produces its own sniper rifle, the EM-992(

2016-07-23 Croatian/Serbian weaponry:

While I have never seen one for sale in the US (I haven't looked for one either)they should be legal to sell as they are semiautomatic. They are an interesting rifle, though the caliber is not one that

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