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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 - 7A

1.S. Navy, Air Force compete for next Iraq offensive

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The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Navy and the
Ail Force, and factions within each service, have
jockeyed strenuously this week over who gets
the anticipated assignment to attack Iraq from
the air in response to Iraq's reported rebuilding
af air defense sites and yesterday's launch of an
raqi missile against U.S. F-16 jet fighters.
Military commanders keenly want to demon-
strate their weapons systems' capabilities in an

assault on Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in
order to protect their interests in a different sort
of war - a bruising Pentagon review of all U.S.
military programs next year that will demand
that commanders justify their weapons and the
funds allotted to them.
The most brutal struggles, as usual, pit the Air
Force against the Navy, military officials said. In
the first round of U.S. attacks, when 44
American cruise missiles were launched against

15 Iraqi sites on Sept. 3 and 4, the Navy was
seen as winning hands down because its surface
ships and a submarine in the Persian Gulf shot
31 of those missiles, while Air Force B-52s loft-
ed only 13.
Now Navy officials are trying to persuade
operations planners at the Joint Chiefs of Staff
that the maritime service should again shoulder
the main burden in a new assault. And several
bureaucracies within the Navy itself- represent-

ing aircraft carriers, cruise missiles and sub-
marines - each is lobbying like sidelined foot-
ball players who plead, "Coach, let me in the
game."
At the same time, the Air Force has won a key
victory by securing an assignment for its F-
I I7A stealth fighters, a squadron of which flew
yesterday from Holloman Air Force Base in
New Mexico to Kuwait for the expected strikes
against Iraq. Before this, the Air Force had been

hobbled because Saudi Arabia and Turkey had
forbidden U.S. jets based in their countries frOQ
taking part in assaults on Iraq.
"Who gets-assigned to do what is imp6Y
tant because we're on the eve of a quadrenni.
al review of military programs that will suh
stantially determine the military services'
budgets for years to come," said Loren.
Thompson, a Pentagon and defense-industry
consultant.

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University of Michigan, Provost's Office,
3074 Fleming Administration Bldg., Ann
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WORK STUDY STUDENTS NEEDED for
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please call Nicole Brantley at 647-4776.

25 i, ater U.
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Awar, has the a
remaining largel
Continued from Page 1A radar. Eight F- 1
authority since Clinton expanded the terday from Hollo
southern no-fly zone last week and in New Mexico t
ordered cruise missile strikes against other land- and
Iraqi air defenses, senior Pentagon offi- planes in the gul
cials indicated they were in no rush to armed with cruis
launch another attack. directed to the In
They said the United States could Diego Garcia, wh
afford to wait and review options since nearer to Iraq than
U.S. and allied pilots still were not seri- Guam where the
ously threatened by Iraq's weakened air for last week's ass
defense system. In addition to i
Also, given repeated U.S. efforts and claiming toi
since the 1991 Persian Gulf War to sup- zones, Saddam h,
press Iraq's ability to shoot at allied American warni
planes, administration officials want to reinforce the air
be confident
that whatever
they try next.L .N h
will have some I[thinkIhe is
lasting effect.n
The United drive a
States also
re m a i n s wedgebetweenus
engaged in ur
intense behind- UIUU our allies.

dded advantage of
y invisible to Iraqi
7s were ordered yes-
oman Air Force Bash
o join more than 200
sea-based U.S. war-
f region. Four B-52s
se missiles also were
rdian Ocean island of
ich would bring them
n the Pacific island of
bombers were based
sault.
firing on U.S. aircraft.
intrude on the no-fly
as defied an explicit
ng not to repair or
defenses struck last

AUDITIONS-The UM Gilbert & Sullivan
Society is now holding auditions for our fall
productions. For more info. contact Mary @
313/366-4942.

week

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American cruise
missiles.
Defense offi.
cials report at.
least half of the
eight antiaircraff
missile sites that
were hit have
been reconstitut-
ed with spare
radar batteris -
and other sal-
vaged parts.

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tAL1A] h + A l{e -'s" e- e- -
the-scenes
diplomatic con-D
sultations to Def
garner more
backing from key European and Middle
Eastern allies than Washington received
for last week's cruise missile volleys in
southern Iraq.
That assault involved 44 cruise mis-
siles launched by warships and B-52
bombers from several hundred miles
away against only air defense targets.
Any new attacks likely would be more
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They also are likely to include bomb-
ing runs over Iraq by strike aircraft,
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tougher to target with cruise missiles,
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Moreover, aircraft like the F-117 can
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bunkers that are the nerve center of
Saddam's air defense system.
The stealthy F-117, used against tar-
gets in Baghdad at the start of the gulf

Clinton ordered last week's cruise_
missile attack, along with a widening
of the southern no-fly zone, to exact a
price for Saddam's thrust into Kurdish
areas of northern Iraq, and to con-
strain Iraq's ability to mount military,
operations against Kuwait and Saudi
Arabia.
As often inthe past, U.S. officials'
said yesterday they had no way of
knowing for certain what was motivat-
ing Saddam to confront the United
States again. They suspected the Iraqi
leader is probably hoping that by pro-
voking the United States to attempt
more strikes in the absence of strong
allied support, he will succeed in split-
ting up the international coalition
against him.
"I think he is trying to drive a wedge
between us and our allies,' Perry said.
But the secretary added the coalitionl,
that fought together in 1991 to oui
Saddam's forces from Kuwait "is funcs
tioning and functioning effectively."

- William Perry
erse secretary

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ASSESS
Continued from Page 1A
Kurds and Hussein's ruling clique from
the center of the country, risked making
it clear to Hussein that he has a free
hand to restore his suzerainty over the
north. The Shiites are already firmly
under his thumb.
A U.S. diplomat acknowledged yes-
terday that the goal of "Operation
Provide Comfort;" as the U.S. and allied
mission in Kurdistan has been called, is
not only to help Kurds but, more impor-
tantly, to keep Hussein in line.
"The U.S. goal there is also to con-
strain Saddam Hussein. It's very diffi-
cult to help people who won't them-
selves be helped," the diplomat said.
But if the lightning progress of
Hussein's Kurdish allies across north-
ern Iraq is any indication, Hussein was
not constrained by the initial U.S.
attacks in the south.
Already yesterday it appeared that
the resolve of U.S. allies to continue the
military mission in the north had been
badly shaken by Hussein's successful
gambit.

Turkey, where most of the U.S. and
European aircraft charged with keeping
Hussein's air force out of the skies over
Kurdistan are based, signaled strongly
that it wanted out. Saudi Arabia had
already made it clear that it wanted no
part in the current attacks, refusingto
let U.S. planes base there.
Turkey has used the current crisis to
send its own troops across its bordey
into Kurdistan to root out Kurds fight-
ing for independence from Turkey. Iran,
for the time being, appears to be stand,
ing by, though it had troops in the
region itself just over a month ago to
help its Kurdish allies.
"It became apparent that the duties
and responsibilities of Provide Comfort
have to be looked at again in the light of
the recent developments," Omer Akbel,
ministry spokesperson for the Turkish
government, said yesterday before
news of the Iraqi attack.
Undaunted, U.S. officials said they
would dictate the playing field.
"We don't necessarily need to play
on Saddam's turf," the U.S. diplomat
said. "But the goal of restraining and
containing Saddam Hussein remains."

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