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1U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Treaty Document 100-11, pp. 22-23.
3INF Treaty, Article 11, Paragraph 5a.
4For a list of the declared Soviet INF sites according to point of entry, either in Moscow and Ulan-Ude, see the INF Memorandum of Agreement, Annex III, Paragraphs la and lb.
5Ibid., Paragraphs 2a and 2b.
6 Kennedy, Supporting the INF Treaty. See also: Interview, McConnell.
7INF Treaty Memorandum of Agreement, Article 3, Paragraphs 7a and 7b.
8 Lt. Colonel Gerald Heuer (USAF), OSIA, "Letter from the OSIA Yokota Field Office," May 15, 1991.
9INF Treaty Memorandum of Agreement, Annex II.
10INF Treaty Protocol on Inspections, Articles 6 and 7.
11INF Treaty Memorandum of Agreement, Annex IV, Section 1.
12INF Treaty Memorandum of Understanding, Articles 3 and 4.
13See Chapter 4 for an account of Team Williams' baseline measurements.
14INF Treaty Protocol on Inspections, Article 6, Paragraph 12.
15Ibid. See also: Article 7, Paragraphs 8-10 and 14; Article 11.
16Cochran, Soviet Nuclear Weapons, pp. 133-135.
17INF Treaty Protocol on Inspections, Article 6, Paragraph 9. See also: INF Treaty Memorandum of Agreement, Annex IV; Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, INF Treaty, Vol. 1, pp. 56-63, 188-204. Senator Jesse Helms (R-North Carolina) raised this issue before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during its hearings on the INF Treaty. For a reprint of related testimonies, see pp. 188-197.
18INF Treaty Memorandum of Agreement, Annex IV, Paragraph 3d.
19OSIA Office of Public Affairs, On-Site Insights, July 1990.
20INF Treaty Memorandum of Agreement, Annex IV, Paragraph 3d.
22OSIA Headquarters, "First Year," Fact Sheet. See also: OSIA Headquarters, "INF Treaty On-Site Inspections: A Status Report," Fact Sheet, July 2, 1990.
23Yu Glants, Topical Interview: The Missiles Disappear at Noon," Sovetsksaya Latviya (Riga), January 1, 1989, p. 3, trans. in "US OSIA Director Interviewed During Inspection in Latvia," FBIS-SOV, January 2, 1989.
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