The Assassination of American Diplomats in Beirut, Lebanon: Hearing Before the Special Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, Second Session, July 27, 1976

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Page 37 - ... Security is $14,518,800, an increase of $1,054,400 over the 1975 amount. This is your first appearance in this capacity ? Mr. DIKEOS. Yes, sir. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Mr. SLACK. May we have a biographical sketch for insertion at this point in the record ? [Mr. Dikeo's biographical sketch follows :] VICTOR H. DIKEOS Mr. Victor H. Dikeos, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Security, was born in North Dakota in 1923 and holds a bachelor's degree from Montana State University. He served as an officer...
Page 2 - Deputy Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs in the Department of State, and he is accompanied by Ms.
Page 37 - Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
Page 2 - Victor H. Dikeos, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Security; and Sidney T. Telford, Jr., regional security officer, Beirut, Lebanon, Department of State.
Page 34 - On the first evacuation the only contact that we had with the Palestinians was casual and ad hoc contact at the time of the embarkation in connection with the evacuation.
Page 2 - ... may go into executive session at the end of the hearing to discuss highly sensitive matters.
Page 24 - Mr. Chairman, there are some more questions I would like to ask along that line if we sret into executive session.
Page 9 - SIDNEY T. TELFORD, JR., REGIONAL SECURITY OFFICER, BEIRUT, LEBANON, DEPARTMENT OF STATE Mr.

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