Palestinian state side by side in peace and security with the Jewish State of IsraelU.S. envoy arrives in Israel to push peace Jun 09, 2009
The refuel assemblies enable in-flight aircraft refueling, which increases the helicopters' range, saving valuable time and expanding the mission and role of the aircraftAir Force contracts for refueling tech Sep 16, 2008
It is now time to look to the future. I urge everyone involved in Major League Baseball to join in a well-planned and well-executed and sustained effort to bring the era of steroids and human growth hormone to an endMitchell: Look at bigger steroid picture Jan 15, 2008
The use of steroids in major league baseball was widespreadReport urges independent drug program Dec 13, 2007
We recognize the difficulties and complexities involved in trying to realize this vision but we are determined to continue our effortsMitchell offers optimism on Mideast talks Jul 17, 2010
George Mitchell's acting credits include the film The Andromeda Strain (1972), directed by Robert Wise, co-starring Arthur Hill, and based on the novel of the same name by Michael Crichton. He played the comic relief as a cranky drunk who, along with an infant, were among the only survivors of exposure to the Andromeda Strain. On television, Mitchell's credits include acting in an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents called "Wally the Beard" (original air date March 1, 1965) with co-stars Larry Blyden and Kathie Brown. He played a knowledgeable and cranky seller of boats.