SPEAKER INDEX    CONTENTS   INSERTS   
APPENDIX         3  
BOLTON          19     32     34     37     44     45     46     47     48  
                50     52  
CONKLIN         26     54     55     56     57  
DAVIS OF CALIFORNIA    61     63     64  
DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD     5  
HEARINGS         3  
HINTON          11     34     36     39     52     53     54  
KLINE           49     50     52  
LARSEN          57     58     59     60     61  
MEEHAN           9     36     38     39     41     42  
PARKER          22     30     38     43     44     57     58     59     60  
                61     62     63     64  
PREPARED STATEMENTS     5  
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD     5  
ROGERS OF ALABAMA    53     54     55     56     57  
SAXTON           6     10     14     18     22     25     28     32     34  
                36     42     45     49     50     53     57     61     64  
SNYDER          45     46     47     48     49  
TURNER OF OHIO    42     43     44  
WAKEFIELD       14     31     32     39     41     48  

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OPENING STATEMENT OF HON. JIM SAXTON, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM NEW JERSEY, CHAIRMAN, TERRORISM, 
UNCONVENTIONAL THREATS AND CAPABILITIES SUBCOMMITTEE
                                                                 PAGE     6

STATEMENT OF HON. MARTIN T. MEEHAN, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM MASSACHUSETTS, RANKING MEMBER, 
TERRORISM, UNCONVENTIONAL THREATS AND CAPABILITIES SUBCOMMITTEE 
                                                                 PAGE     9

STATEMENT OF HENRY HINTON, JR., MANAGING DIRECTOR, DEFENSE CAPABILITIES AND MANAGEMENT, GENERAL 
ACCOUNTING OFFICE 
                                                                 PAGE    11

STATEMENT OF PATRICK WAKEFIELD, DEPUTY ASSISTANT TO THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (CHEMICAL 
DEMILITARIZATION AND COUNTERPROLIFERATION)
                                                                 PAGE    14

STATEMENT OF HON. CLAUDE BOLTON, JR., ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE ARMY (ACQUISITION, LOGISTICS AND 
TECHNOLOGY)
                                                                 PAGE    18

STATEMENT OF MICHAEL PARKER, DIRECTOR, U.S. ARMY CHEMICAL MATERIALS AGENCY
                                                                 PAGE    22

STATEMENT OF CRAIG CONKLIN, CHIEF, NUCLEAR AND CHEMICAL HAZARDS BRANCH PREPAREDNESS DIVISION, 
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY 
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