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Richard Armitage (politician) - Wikipedia


Richard Lee Armitage (born April 26, 1945) is an American former naval officer and a .... In October 2006, Armitage lobbied—on behalf of the L-3 Communications Corporation, a company providing...

Richard L. Armitage | Center for Strategic and International Studies


Richard L. Armitage became president of Armitage International in March 2005. Previously, he served as deputy secretary of state, having been confirmed by the  ...

In These Times 25/07 -- Secret Agent Man


The other was Richard L. Armitage. Armitage, who served as an assistant secretary of defense under President Reagan, was to be the new administration's  ...

Richard L. Armitage - Spartacus Educational


Richard L. Armitage was born on 26th April, 1945. Armitage graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1967. He joined the United States Navy and ...

Richard L. Armitage - ManTech International Corporation


Mr. Armitage has served as a director of ManTech since 2005. From 1995 to 2001, Mr. Armitage served on our Advisory Board. Since 2005, Mr. Armitage has  ...

Richard L. Armitage News - The New York Times


News about Richard L. Armitage. Commentary and archival information about Richard L. Armitage from The New York Times.

Exclusive: Armitage to back Clinton over Trump - POLITICO


Jun 16, 2016 ... Richard Armitage, the deputy secretary of state under George W. Bush, says he will vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, in one of the ...

Richard Armitage | USS Kirk: The Untold Story


Richard Armitage. Nike shoes attach ..... Richard L. Armitage was born in Boston, Massachusetts and graduated in 1967 from the United States Naval Academy.

Richard L. Armitage - Council on Foreign Relations


Speakers: Richard L. Armitage and Daniel S. Markey November 12, 2010, Washington D.C.. A press conference discussing a new CFR report assessing U.S. ...

Ex-Colleague Says Armitage Was Source of CIA Leak


Aug 29, 2006 ... ... House officials came from then-Deputy Secretary of State Richard L. Armitage, according to a former Armitage colleague at the department.