St. Petersburg Times via GlobalS…

St. Petersburg Times via GlobalSecurity.org kommerts-satelliitide kasutusvõimalustest:

In September 1990, the first Bush administration said that 265,000 Iraqi troops and at least 1,500 tanks were in Kuwait, many positioned along the border with Saudi Arabia, poised for an invasion. Based on those reports, the Saudis asked a coalition of forces, including the United States, to provide protection.

The St. Petersburg Times purchased Soviet commercial satellite photos of the border and had them examined in detail by two imaging specialists, including Zimmerman. They found no evidence of significant military buildups along the Saudi border.

After the war, Colin Powell, then chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, now secretary of state, acknowledged that there could have been far fewer Iraqi troops in Kuwait than originally believed.

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    Mina olen Peeter Marvet (pets@tehnokratt.net). Ei saa täielikult välistada, et see siin oli kunagi minu ajaveeb. Kirjapandu ei pruugi väljendada seisu- ega istmekohti. Seoses surutisega esilehe mahtu vähendatud 8%. Lisandub käibemaks, Tallinna elanikel ka müügi- ja paadimaks. Pakendatud gaasikeskkonda. Valmistatud arvutis milles võib leiduda väheses koguses piima- ja pähklitükke. Ei sisalda hüdrogeenitud (transarasvavabasid) taimseid rasvhappeid, sisaldab vahustatud lämmastikku.