ABSTRACT

National Security Directive 41: Organizing to Manage On-site Inspection for Arms Control   [open pdf - 79KB]

Alternate Title: NSD 41: Organizing to Manage On-site Inspection for Arms Control

National Security Directive (NSD) 41 expanded the On-Site Inspection Agency's (OSIA) mission to include planning for manpower, operational, logistic, and administrative requirements ensuing from responsibilities brought about through various arms control agreements: START (Strategic Arms Reduction Talks), Conventional Forces in Europe (CFE), Chemical Weapons (CW), and Nuclear Testing Talks (NTT). OSIA had originally been established within the Department of Defense as a coordinating body for on-site inspections and escort activities ensuing from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty.

Report Number:
NSD 41; National Security Directive 41
Publisher:
Date:
1990-05-29
Copyright:
Public Domain
Retrieved From:
George Bush Presidential Library and Museum: http://bushlibrary.tamu.edu
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pdf
Media Type:
application/pdf
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