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Hartman, James 1939-

Overview
Works: 22 works in 65 publications in 1 language and 1,304 library holdings
Genres: Dictionaries  Fiction  Audio adaptations 
Roles: Editor, Other
Classifications: PE1137, 421.52
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Most widely held works by James Hartman
English pronouncing dictionary by Daniel Jones ( Book )
26 editions published between 1991 and 2004 in English and held by 781 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A new edition of this classic pronunciation reference with a fully updated word list including people and places recently in the news. British and American pronunciations are shown for every word, using the International Phonetic Alphabet, and edited by eminent phoneticians in the UK and the US. 200 brand new information panels explain phonetics terminology and the relationship between spelling and pronunciation. Colour headwords make this edition more attractive and accessible. This is the only pronunciation dictionary available with a CD-ROM, which contains recordings of every headword, advanced searching facilities, the ability to record and evaluate the user's own pronunciation, and a wealth of interactive pronunciation exercises
Cambridge English pronouncing dictionary by Daniel Jones ( Book )
18 editions published between 2003 and 2009 in English and held by 350 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Uses the International Phonetic Alphabet to provide phonetic transcriptions for over 220,000 pronunications of words in American and British English
Cambridge English pronouncing dictionary by Daniel Jones ( Visual )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 41 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Death quest by Sue Larson ( Recording )
1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Death quest by L. Ron Hubbard ( )
2 editions published between 1990 and 2008 in English and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A multicast dramatization: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan and Timothy Jerome. In Death quest, alien assassin Soltan Gris will stop at nothing to destroy Fleet Officer Jettero Heller and sabotage his mission to save Earth from drowning in its own environmental problems, while, at the same time, he's forced to play husband to two wives and keep up with a teenage nymph. To add to his troubles, Heller has unearthed the long-lost son of Delbert John Rockecenter on a pig farm! A rip-roaring motorboat chase tops off this sixth action-filled installment of intergalactic espionage
Black Genesis by L. Ron Hubbard ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A multicast dramatization: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan and Timothy Jerome. In Volume 2, Black genesis, the adventure of Earth begins. Jettero Heller (the Royal Officer of the Fleet selected to carry out Mission Earth) and Soltan Gris (the agent sent on a deadly counter-mission) both travel 22 1/2 light-years to a secret Earth base, where they embark on their powerfully conflicting mission assignments (unbeknownst to Heller). Gris is once again the narrator as they make their way from Turkey to New York, where Heller gets caught up in the wrath of federal agencies, the war of Mafia families, and the disputes of United Nations' diplomats and their paramours. In expediting his mission, Heller is thrown headfirst into throngs of unusual enemies and friends as he encounters assassins, champion wrestlers, drug addicts, cab drivers, ecologists and IRS agents, keeping this adventure of intergalactic espionage moving at a breakneck pace
The enemy within by L. Ron Hubbard ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A multicast dramatization: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan and Timothy Jerome. The enemy within is a spectacular cavalcade of the wild experiences of Royal Fleet Officer Jettero Heller--caught up in a superbly imaginative and intricate plot. Heller has been sent to eliminate pollution on Earth to make it habitable for the coming invaders, but Voltarian killer/spy Soltan Gris (our evil narrator) is bent on sabotaging his mission. Will Heller discover the giant heroin operation in Turkey that Gris is hooked into? Does the exotic belly dancer, Utanc, lure Gris away from his vengeful plans? And what does a stock-car race have to do with Heller's fight for the survival of Earth? Find out in the third installment of Mission Earth, an action-packed intergalactic spy adventure
The invaders plan by L. Ron Hubbard ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A multicast dramatization: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan and Timothy Jerome. The Voltar Confederacy has a long-range strategy to invade Earth and use it in their conquest of the Galaxy. However, with the discovery that Earth is being destroyed by incessant pollution, Royal Officer Jettero Heller is sent on a top-secret mission to handle this threat to the planet's life. But why is Lombar Hisst, head of the Apparatus, Voltar's deadly intelligence agency, determined to sabotage the mission and see it fail? Can Heller possibly succeed or will he fall into the web of intergalactic intrigue spun by Hisst and his devious henchman, Soltan Gris? Find out as you embark on this mission full of dynamic characters and packed with plenty of twists, action and emotion
Fortune of fear by L. Ron Hubbard ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A multicast dramatization: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan and Timothy Jerome. Fortune of fear blazes an explosive trail from a secret Voltarian base in Turkey, across the Mediterranean, through Swiss banks, to the Mafia-controlled casinos of Atlantic City and the mean streets of New York. While Jettero Heller continues his mission to keep Earth from destroying itself, his evil opponent, Soltan Gris, attempts to sabotage Heller's plans at every turn with some vicious plots of his own. The addition of the Countess Krak, recently arrived from Voltar, and Gris' sudden acquisition of over $250 million in gold make for an action-packed fifth installment of Mission earth
Disaster by L. Ron Hubbard ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A multicast dramatization: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan and Timothy Jerome. In Disaster, the New York Mafia is under aerial assault. The United States is about to declare war. The world's oil supply is rumored to be radioactive. And a mountain of ice is plunging from outer space directly toward Earth! Meanwhile, Apparatus assassin Soltan Gris finally meets his just desserts. But can Fleet Combat Engineer Jettero Heller still succeed in his mission to salvage Earth from pollution? Or will arch-villain Delbert John Rockecenter foil the entire plan in his battle to own the planet? Find out in Disaster, another nonstop episode of intergalactic espionage
Villainy victorious by L. Ron Hubbard ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A multicast dramatization: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan and Timothy Jerome. In Villainy victorious, the Death battalion from the planet Voltar is sent by Apparatus Chief Lombar Hisst, who refuses to give up his maniacal plan to take over the throne from Emperor Cling the Lofty. Caught up in a power-crazed frenzy, Hisst holds the fate of the world and the entire Voltar Confederacy in his greedy, grasping hands. Can Fleet Combat Engineer Jettero Heller, the beautiful Countess Krak and the dying Emperor survive? And will Heller be able to save Earth from ultimate destruction? Find out in Villainy victorious, the dramatic ninth episode of Mission earth
The doomed planet by L. Ron Hubbard ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A multicast dramatization: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan and Timothy Jerome. Will Lombar Hisst successfully defy the invasion force of Fleet Officer Jettero Heller and Prince Mortiiy? Or will the Voltarian arch-villain's number finally be up? Will J. Walter Madison, maniacal "PR" man, get what he deserves? And what, in the end, will be Earth's fate as Heller races against time to prevent the planet's total destruction? Find out these answers and more in this riotous, nonstop concluding episode of L. Ron Hubbard's best-selling epic, Mission earth
Voyage of vengeance by L. Ron Hubbard ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A multicast dramatization: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan and Timothy Jerome. Voyage of vengeance follows the trail of evil alien Soltan Gris as he continues to plot the destruction of Fleet Officer Jettero Heller and the beautiful, deadly Countess Krak. Now Gris has set sail on his newly acquired multimillion-dollar yacht (it's amazing what you can buy with a "Squeeza" credit card!), hoping to trap Heller and Krak in a global snare. A teenage nymph and a crazed "PR" genius put just the slightest kink in Gris' evil plan. Will Gris succeed in his Voyage of vengeance? Will Heller and Krak survive? Find out in this action-packed episode of intergalactic espionage
Sustainability and national security ( Book )
1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
With the importance of sustainability and its impact on the Department of Defense, CSL's National Security Issues Branch has collected works from subject matter experts who cover the topic in a variety of ways in everything from sustainability and national security to sustainability of installations. In particular, Dr. Jim Hartman's chapter, "Sustainability and National Security", examines the evolution of the Army's sustainability program and its contributions to the national strategic security objectives. The growing world population and imbalance of natural resources are expected to affect US, as well as Army, interests. Dr. Hartman asserts sustainability is the nexus to ensure future security, which can only be achieved through the development and implementation of sound business practices. Dr. Hartman opines the Army, as a large institution, is well suited to lead a whole of government approach to sustainability
Internal Controls Over the U.S. Special Operations Command Military Equipment Baseline Valuation Effort ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The overall objective was to evaluate the reliability of the internal controls over valuation and rights and obligations assertions for the military equipment baseline. The objective also included a limited evaluation of the completeness assertion. This report addresses the P & EPO and Special Operations Command's (SOCOM) internal controls over the SOCOM universe of military equipment. This report is the second in a series. The final report will summarize all findings for the series and recommend corrective actions, as appropriate. The P & EPO and SOCOM internal controls over the valuation, rights and obligations, and completeness of the universe of programs for SOCOM's military equipment baseline were not effective. Specifically, the internal controls did not ensure that the SOCOM military equipment baseline included: (1) values based on proper documentation and appropriate methodologies, (2) capitalization dates reported in accordance with supporting documentation. (Because of previously identified deficiencies over end item quantities, the P & EPO requested the audit team evaluate only the internal controls over the completeness of the SOCOM universe of programs.) (3) waivers that were appropriately granted and supported, and (4) a complete universe of SOCOM military equipment programs. As a result, SOCOM cannot ensure the accuracy of the military equipment net book value of $4.5 billion presented in its September 30, 2006, financial statements. This report concludes that the internal controls over valuation, rights and obligations, and completeness of the universe of programs for the SOCOM September 30, 2006, military equipment baseline did not result in reasonable estimates of the historical costs of the equipment
Management of the Commander's Emergency Response Program for Fiscal Year 2005 ( )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The objectives of this audit were to determine whether the Multi-National Force-Iraq 1) implemented controls to effectively manage FY 2005 Commander's Emergency Response Program(CERP) projects, funds and records 2) effectively coordinated CERP projects, where appropriate, with the Department of State and the US Agency for International Development to optimize available resources for the sustainment of projects and the reconstruction of Iraq
Controls Over Army Working Capital Fund Inventory Stored by Organizations Other than Defense Logistics Agency ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Who Should Read This Report and Why? DoD inventory managers and others who rely on the accuracy of Army Working Capital Fund inventory should read this report. The users of this audit report will benefit from the review of the controls over the Army Working Capital Fund inventory and will gain information that can improve accountability. Background: The primary mission of the Army Working Capital Fund is to help the Army maintain constant readiness by providing supplies, equipment, and ordnance necessary to support the deployment and sustainment of its forces. Most of the $17.9 billion in the Army Working Capital Fund inventory as of September 30, 2006, was stored at Defense Logistics Agency depots. The U.S. Army Materiel Command reported approximately $2.3 billion of inventory stored at non-Defense Logistics Agency organizations as of September 27, 2006
Audit of the Accountability and Control of Materiel Assets of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad ( )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This report is the first in a series resulting from our review of the management of the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program III contract and the associated Task Order 0044. This report discusses accountability and control of materiel assets used to support the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) in Baghdad, Iraq. The Department of the Army issued contract number DAAA09-02-D-0007, Logistics Civil Augmentation Program III on December 14, 2001, to Brown and Root Services, a Division of Kellogg Brown and Root, Inc. (KBR). The Logistics Civil Augmentation Program III contract provides civilian augmentation for base operations and supports U.S. Army operations on a global basis. Task Order 0044 was issued by the Department of the Army to KBR on March 6, 2003, to provide logistics and life support services for the CPA Regional Offices located in the North, Central/Main, South Central, and the Southern areas of Iraq and for specified CPA satellite locations. As of April 2004, KBR had performed a reported $308,529,7722 of work on Task Order 0044. The cost of actual completed work and an additional forecast for work in progress for Task Order 0044 was reported by KBR to be $633 million as of March 27, 2004. As part of Task Order 0044, KBR property records show they managed 20,531 items valued at over $61.1 million in Baghdad, Iraq. The objective of the audit was to evaluate the effectiveness of policies, procedures, and property accountability measures used to account for and control materiel at CPA branch offices, headquarters, and warehouse locations. We projected that KBR could not account for 6,975 (34 percent) property items from an inventory of 20,531 records valued at $61.1 million. Further, we projected that 1,425 (6.9 percent) property items were on-hand but were not recorded on hand receipts. In addition, we projected that 5,920 (28.8 percent) hand receipts were not on file or had not been prepared
DoD Accounting to Support DoD Personnel During Times of Civil Emergency ( )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
DoD financial managers and personnel responsible for the accounting and reporting of reimbursement to support DoD military and civilian personnel during a civil emergency should read this report. This report addresses the adequacy of controls in place to ensure the accuracy of payments to DoD personnel. On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall on the U.S. Gulf Coast causing major damage and loss of life in Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi. The President declared the affected locations disaster areas and several Federal agencies, including DoD and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), responded to the call for support. DoD evacuated DoD personnel (military and civilian employees and their dependents) to alternate safe haven locations. DoD made advance travel payments to personnel to expedite evacuation efforts. DoD assisted personnel with expenses such as meals, transportation, lodging, and incidental expenses. FEMA also provided assistance to DoD personnel for expenses such as rent, housing, personal property losses, and other expenses as authorized by law. DoD did not have adequate controls to ensure the accuracy of payments to DoD personnel for Hurricane Katrina entitlements. Specifically, DoD did not have adequate controls to prevent or detect duplicate payments from the Services and FEMA for similar entitlements. This occurred because neither DoD nor Federal regulations prohibited DoD personnel from filing claims with multiple Federal agencies, and DoD did not require disclosure of payments from other Federal agencies. In addition, the Services did not coordinate with each other or FEMA to determine the types of assistance provided or amounts paid to DoD personnel. DoD also did not require disclosure of payments from the Services or FEMA, and personnel did not always comply with DoD travel regulations. Therefore, personnel were able to file claims and receive payments from more than one Service and FEMA, resulting in DoD making duplicate
Shotokan master seminars ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
These are actual Shotokan karate seminars, conducted by a variety of respected instructors
 
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