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The worst of the ad downturn seems to be over, he said, suggesting the industry is better positioned to endure a conflict than it was during the 1991 Persian Gulf War -- a year when newspaper ad revenue sank 6%.
SPJ joined a coalition of 16 journalism groups in December to urge the Bush administration to abide by guidelines the Pentagon and media groups established after the 1991 Persian Gulf War if an invasion of Iraq occurs.
double-dip recession will be worse than in the 1991 Persian Gulf War, it said.
The Bush administration's claim is that Iraq is trying to develop weapons of mass destruction and is refusing to allow international inspectors to find and destroy them, as Iraq agreed to do after the 1991 Persian Gulf War.
Father-of-two Speicher was the first American pilot shot down in the 1991 Persian Gulf war, and the only one whose fate remains unknown.
An IATA spokesman said the decline in the annual air traffic volume was the first since the 1991 Persian Gulf war.
Access to geographically concentrated petroleum has also influenced world wars, the 1991 Persian Gulf War, and relations between and among Western economies, the Middle East, and the developing world.
A mysterious and controversial illness said to afflict many veterans of the 1991 Persian Gulf War may often stem from mood and anxiety disorders rather than wartime exposure to infectious agents or toxins, a new study finds.
EPACT was passed in the wake of the 1991 Persian Gulf War to conserve as well as increase the portion of energy supplied domestically.
As many as 700,000 American soldiers served in the 1991 Persian Gulf war, but it wasn't until last year that the Pentagon finally admitted that some of those servicemen and women may have been exposed to chemical weapons.
The technology was created to give soldiers a way to heat up meal packets during the 1991 Persian Gulf war.
During the 1991 Persian Gulf war, Althans and his Nazi colleagues openly supported Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.