COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF U.S. PACIFIC COMMAND ADMIRAL BLAIR SPEAKS AT
MEDIA LUNCHEON IN TOKYO.
Admiral Dennis Blair, commander-in-chief of the U.S. Pacific Command,
speaks at a luncheon with foreign correspondents in Tokyo July 19,
2001. A possible shift in U.S. military strategy to focus on the
capability to win one major conflict and defend against new threats
would not spell a reduction in forces in Asia, Blair said.