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FOR POL JAMES P. MCDONALD

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ETTC JA KOMC UK
SUBJECT: BLUE LANTERN POST-SHIPMENT END USE CHECK ON
SATELLITE COMPONENTS

REF: A. 07 STATE 146463
B. 07 TOKYO 5191

1. This is an action message. See paragraphs 2-6.

2. The Department's Office of Defense Trade Controls
Compliance (PM/DTCC) requests post assistance in conducting a
post-shipment check for the export of satellite and
space-related components to Japan via the United Kingdom.
Post is requested to complete this Blue Lantern check within
45 days. Lack of response to a Blue Lantern check will
affect pending and future licenses involving parties to this
license.

3. Reason for request: the UK company IGG Component
Technology Ltd. is the Foreign Intermediate Consignee on the
seven approved licenses listed below. On all of these
licenses IGG requested extra components, beyond the
requirements of the Foreign End Users. IGG stated that these
extra components were either for IGG stock, for use as
program spares, and/or for Destructive Physical Analysis
(DPA). PM/DDTC has never received a re-transfer request for
any of these extra components from IGG, or from IGG's U.S.
subsidiary, Component Technology U.S. Corporation (the
applicant on all of these licenses). Thus IGG has
accumulated various quantities of different types of United
States Munitions List (USML) components stemming from these
license transactions. PM/DTCC therefore wishes to conduct a
Blue Lantern check to ascertain the current status of these
extra components, to determine if IGG still has possession of
them, or has re-transferred or re-exported any to another
end-user. Finally, post never responded to a previous Blue
Lantern request (Ref. A) which was a check on the first
license listed below.

4. ACTION: Please visit the Foreign Intermediate Consignee,
IGG Component Technology Ltd. Request that IGG provide
complete documentation which shows the current status and
location of all the components it took permanent possession
of via the license transactions listed below. This
documentation should provide details about the components
that IGG designated as program spares, to be held in IGG
storage, as well as the components that IGG designated as
intended for DPA. And with regards to the components
intended for DPA, IGG should indicate whether any of these
items were subsequently never subjected to DPA. If so, IGG
should also explain the current status and location of these
particular components. (Post can also request physical
inspection of all components if this procedure is deemed
useful to the check process. All of the licenses below
included an IGG Parts Control and Accountability Plan as a
supporting document. The following statement appears in each
Plan: IGG will make provision for the U.S. Government to
monitor the implementation of the control plan, including
on-site visits.)

5. If IGG has sold, re-transferred, or re-exported any of
these spare or DPA components to other end-users, IGG should
provide an exact accounting of all transactions, including
name and address of end-users, dates of occurrences, plus the
component types and quantities involved.

6. Please also make inquires with IGG to determine if the
company fully understands the restrictions on USML
commodities under the Arms Export Control Act (AECA),
particularly with regards to the prohibition against
re-transfers or re-exports without express USG authorization.
Ask IGG if foreign nationals are provided access to IGG
stores or DPA facilities. If so, foreign nationals of which
countries? Does IGG have any commercial agreements or
business dealings with Iran or China? Has IGG ever sold or
supplied any USML components to Iran or China? If yes,
request that IGG provide details about these transactions.
END ACTION.

7. License Information:

A) DDTC Case Number 05-989063

QUANTITY/COMMODITY:

10 Crystal Oscillator, P/N M55310/16-B31A9M4371840
(M55310/16-B31A9M437184)

Note: DHS shipment data indicates that all ten pieces were
exported on 09/23/2006.

LICENSE VALUE: USD 3,900.00

APPLICANT:

Component Technology U.S. Corporation
3000 Valley Forge Circle, Suite 3350
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 USA

SOURCE:

Vectron International
267 Lowell Road
Hudson, New Hampshire 03051 USA

FOREIGN INTERMEDIATE CONSIGNEE:

IGG Component Technology Ltd.
Waterside House, Waterside Gardens
Fareham, Hampshire PO16 8RR
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: 44-1329-223500

FOREIGN CONSIGNEE/FOREIGN END USER:

Mitsubishi Electric (MELCO)
325 Kamimachiya, Kamakura City
Kanagwa Prefecture 247-8520
JAPAN

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:

Parts are to be assembled into equipment that will be
utilized as part of the SERVIS-2 Program, which is the Space
Environment Reliability Verification Integrated System.

8. Additional documentation submitted in support of license:

I) Component Technology U.S. Corp. Purchase Order No. 19069,
dated 27 October 2005.

II) IGG Component Technology Ltd. Purchase Order No. CT
19069, dated 20 October 2005, listing Contract No. TASK 4160.

III) IGG Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
M55310/16-B31A9M437184, to be used on the SERVIS-2 Programme,
Document No. IGG-PCP-TASK 4160, Issue: 1; and MELCO Parts
Control and Accountability Plan for M55310/16-B31A9M437184,
to be used on the SERVIS-2 Programme, Document No. G8051126,
Issue: 1.

Note: these two Parts Control documents show that only three
of the ten crystal oscillators were intended for shipment to
MELCO (one of the three components was for MELCO storage, for
use as a spare). Seven components were retained by IGG: one
component for Destructive Physical Analysis (DPA), and six
components for IGG storage. Ref. B indicates that MELCO
received the three components on November 22, 2006.

IV) Two U.S. Department of State DDTC DSP-83 Non-Transfer
and Use Certificates: certificate with MELCO named as the
Foreign End-User lists component quantity as three; and was
signed by Geoffrey Penhaligon (dated 9 Dec 2005), Technical
Director; signed by Shinobu Matsuoka (dated Dec. 02, 2005),
Project Manager, SERVIS Project; signed by Thomas P. Engler
(dated Jan. 20, 2006), General Manager. Certificate with IGG
CT Ltd. named as the Foreign End-User lists component
quantity as seven; and was signed by Geoffrey Penhaligon
(dated 9 Dec 2005), Technical Director; signed by Thomas P.
Engler (dated Jan. 20, 2006), General Manager.

B) DDTC Case Number 05-989085

QUANTITY/COMMODITY:

515 Electrical Connectors, P/N NZGC-C-22DPB

471 Electrical Connectors, P/N NZGC-C-22DSB

02 Electrical Connectors, P/N NATC06G21N75PD

Note: DHS shipment data indicates that all 988 pieces were
exported on 03/12/2006.

LICENSE VALUE: USD 6,014.00

APPLICANT:

Component Technology U.S. Corporation
3000 Valley Forge Circle, Suite 3350
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 USA

SOURCE:

Amphenol Aerospace
40-60 Delaware Avenue
Sidney, New York 13838 USA

FOREIGN INTERMEDIATE CONSIGNEE:

IGG Component Technology Ltd.
Waterside House, Waterside Gardens
Fareham, Hampshire PO16 8RR
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: 44-1329-223500

FOREIGN CONSIGNEE:

Mitsubishi Electric (MELCO)
325 Kamimachiya, Kamakura City
Kanagwa Prefecture 247-8520
JAPAN

FOREIGN END USER:

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
7-44-1 Jindaiji Higashi-machi
Chofu-si, Tokyo 182-8522
JAPAN

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:

Parts are to be assembled into test equipment sub-assemblies
to used on the H-II Orbital Transfer Vehicle (HTV) Program.

9. Additional documentation submitted in support of license:

I) Component Technology U.S. Corp. Purchase Order No. 19113,
dated 28 November 2005, and Purchase Order No. 19113 REV. 1,
dated 29 November 2005.

II) IGG Component Technology Ltd. Purchase Order No.
CT19113, dated 10 November 2005, listing Contract No. TASK
4205; and Amendment to P.O. No. CT19113/1, dated 09 December
2005.

III) IGG Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
NZGC-C-22DPB and NZGC-C-22DSB, to be used on the HTV (H-II
Transfer Vehicle) Programme, Document No. IGG-PCP-TASK4205-1,
Issue: 1; IGG Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
NATC06G21N75PD, to be used for Bench Test Equipment for HTV
(H-II Transfer Vehicle) Programme, Document No.
IGG-PCP-TASK4205-2, Issue: 1; MELCO Parts Control and
Accountability Plan for NZGC-C-22DPB and NZGC-C-22DSB (MELCO
ref. # 00B3465503962B, 00B3465503963B), to be used on the HTV
(H-II Transfer Vehicle) Program, Document No. G8051104A,
Issue: 1; and MELCO Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
NATC06G21N75PD (MELCO ref. # 00B3465504159A), to be used for
Bench Test Equipment for HTV (H-II Transfer Vehicle) Program,
Document No. (blank), Issue: 1.

Note: these four Parts Control documents show the following.
Regarding NZGC-C-22DPB, 468 of the 515 electrical connectors
were intended for shipment to MELCO (six of the 468
components was for MELCO storage, for use as spares).
Forty-seven (47) components were retained by IGG: six
components for DPA, and 41 components for IGG storage.
Regarding NZGC-C-22DSB, 428 of the 471 electrical connectors
were intended for shipment to MELCO (six of the 428
components was for MELCO storage, for use as spares).
Forty-three (43) components were retained by IGG: six
components for DPA, and 37 components for IGG storage.
Regarding NATC06G21N75PD, one of the two electrical
connectors was intended for shipment to MELCO. One component
was retained by IGG for IGG storage.

IV) Four U.S. Department of State DDTC DSP-83 Non-Transfer
and Use Certificates. Two certificates with MELCO named as
the Foreign End-User lists component quantities 468 and 428
on one document, and component quantity one on the other.
The MELCO documents were signed by P.C. Higgs (dated
11-28-2005), Managing Director; signed by Naoki Tsuya (dated
11 Nov. 2005), Project Manager, HTV Project; signed by Thomas
P. Engler (dated 01/21/2006), General Manager. Two
certificates with IGG CT Ltd. named as Foreign End-User lists
component quantities 47 and 43 on one document, and component
quantity one on the other. The IGG documents were signed by
P.C. Higgs (dated 11-28-2005), Managing Director; signed by
Thomas P. Engler (dated 01/21/2006), General Manager.

C) DDTC Case Number 05-993338

QUANTITY/COMMODITY:

13 Crystal Oscillator, P/N M55310/16-B31A9M600000

Note: DHS shipment data indicates that all 13 pieces were
exported on 05/23/2006.

LICENSE VALUE: USD 5,070.00

APPLICANT:

Component Technology U.S. Corporation
3000 Valley Forge Circle, Suite 3350
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 USA

SOURCE:

Vectron International
267 Lowell Road
Hudson, New Hampshire 03051 USA

FOREIGN INTERMEDIATE CONSIGNEE:

IGG Component Technology Ltd.
Waterside House, Waterside Gardens
Fareham, Hampshire PO16 8RR
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: 44-1329-223500

FOREIGN CONSIGNEE:

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI)
1200 Higashi-Tanaka
Komaki-shi, Aichi-Ken 485-8561
JAPAN

FOREIGN END USER:

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
7-44-1 Jindaiji Higashi-machi
Chofu-si, Tokyo 182-8522
JAPAN

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:

Parts are to be assembled into equipment that will be
utilized for the H-IIA Launch Vehicle Program.

10. Additional documentation submitted in support of license:

I) Component Technology U.S. Corp. Purchase Order No. 19117,
dated 28 November 2005.

II) IGG Component Technology Ltd. Purchase Order No. CT
19117, dated 08 November 2005, listing Contract No. TASK 4209.

III) IGG Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
M55310/16-B31A9M600000, to be used on the H-IIA (H-IIA Launch
Vehicle) Programme, Document No. IGG-PCP-TASK 4209, Issue: 1;
and MHI Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
M55310/16-B31A9M600000, to be used on H-IIA (H-IIA Launch
Vehicle) Program, Document No. (blank), Issue: 1.

Note: these two Parts Control documents show that ten of the
13 crystal oscillators were intended for shipment to MHI.
Three components were retained by IGG for DPA.

IV) Two U.S. Department of State DDTC DSP-83 Non-Transfer
and Use Certificates. Certificate with MHI named as the
Foreign End-User lists component quantity as ten; signed by
G. K. Penhaligon (dated 01-06-2006), Director; signed by
Shizuo Norimatsu (dated 01/20/2006), Manager; and signed by
Thomas P. Engler (dated 03/02/2006), General Manager.
Certificate with IGG CT Ltd. named as the Foreign End-User
lists component quantity as three; signed by G.K. Penhaligon
(dated 01-30-2006), Director; and signed by Thomas P. Engler
(dated 03/02/2006), General Manager.

D) DDTC Case Number 05-993344

QUANTITY/COMMODITY:

03 Electrical Connectors, P/N NZGA-JG-19-N-32

Note: DHS shipment data indicates that all three pieces were
exported on 05/24/2006.

LICENSE VALUE: USD 1,644.00

APPLICANT:

Component Technology U.S. Corporation
3000 Valley Forge Circle, Suite 3350
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 USA

SOURCE:

Amphenol Aerospace
40-60 Delaware Avenue
Sidney, New York 13838 USA

FOREIGN INTERMEDIATE CONSIGNEE:

IGG Component Technology Ltd.
Waterside House, Waterside Gardens
Fareham, Hampshire PO16 8RR
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: 44-1329-223500

FOREIGN CONSIGNEE:

Mitsubishi Electric (MELCO)
325 Kamimachiya, Kamakura City
Kanagwa Prefecture 247-8520
JAPAN

FOREIGN END USER:

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
7-44-1 Jindaiji Higashi-machi
Chofu-si, Tokyo 182-8522
JAPAN

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:

Parts are to be assembled into test equipment sub-assemblies
to used on the HTV PROX (H-II Transfer) Vehicle Program.

11. Additional documentation submitted in support of license:

I) Component Technology U.S. Corp. Purchase Order No. 19315,
dated 24 February 2006.

II) IGG Component Technology Ltd. Purchase Order No.
CT19315, dated 21 February 2006, listing Contract No. TASK
4342.

III) IGG Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
NZGA-JG-19-N-32, to be used on the HTV PROX Programme,
Document No. IGG-PCP-TASK4342-1, Issue: 1; and MELCO Parts
Control and Accountability Plan for NZGA-JG-19-N-32 (MELCO
Ref. P/O: 00B3465504334A, 00B3465504334B), to be used on HTV
PROX Program, Document No. G8060215, Issue: 1.

Note: these two Parts Control documents show that two of the
three electrical connectors were intended for shipment to
MELCO. One component was retained by IGG: for DPA or IGG
storage.

IV) Two U.S. Department of State DDTC DSP-83 Non-Transfer
and Use Certificates. Certificate with MELCO named as the
Foreign End-User lists the component quantity as two; signed
by Naoki Tsuya (dated 16 Feb. 2006), Project Manager, HTV
Project; and signed by Thomas P. Engler (dated 02/28/2006),
General Manager. Certificate with IGG CT Ltd. named as the
Foreign End-User lists the component quantity as one; signed
by G.K. Penhaligon (dated 24 February 2006), Technical
Director; and signed by Thomas P. Engler (dated 02/28/2006),
General Manager.

E) DDTC Case Number 05-1007925

QUANTITY/COMMODITY:

05 Static RAM Integrated Circuit, P/N 5962R9584502VXC
(Type HX6256RVRT)

01 QCI Test Data Package

Note: DHS shipment data indicates that all six pieces were
exported on 11/04/2006.

LICENSE VALUE: USD 6,750.00

APPLICANT:

Component Technology U.S. Corporation
3000 Valley Forge Circle, Suite 3350
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 USA

SOURCE:

Honeywell SSEC
12001 State Highway 55
Plymouth, Minnesota 55441 USA

FOREIGN INTERMEDIATE CONSIGNEE:

IGG Component Technology Ltd.
Waterside House, Waterside Gardens
Fareham, Hampshire PO16 8RR
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: 44-1329-223500

FOREIGN CONSIGNEE:

Nagano Japan Radio Corp (NJRC)
1163 Inasato-machi
Nagano City 381-2288
JAPAN

FOREIGN END USER:

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
7-44-1 Jindaiji Higashi-machi
Chofu-si, Tokyo 182-8522
JAPAN

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:

Parts are to be assembled into electronic boards to be
integrated into the Superconducting Submilimeter-Wave
Limb-Emission Sounder (SMILES) for the Japanese Experimental
Module (JEM).

12. Additional documentation submitted in support of license:

I) Component Technology U.S. Corp. Purchase Order No. 19422,
dated 03 May 2006.

II) IGG Component Technology Ltd. Purchase Order No. CT
19422, dated 27 April 2006, listing Contract No. TASK 4397.

III) IGG Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
5962R9584502VXC (HX6256RVRT), to be used on the SMILES
(Superconducting Submilimeter-Wave Limb-Emission Sounder)
Programme, Document No. IGG-PCP-TASK 4397-2, Issue: 1; and
Nagano JRC Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
5962R9584502VXC (HX6256RVRT), to be used on SMILES
(Superconducting Submilimeter-Wave Limb-Emission Sounder)
Program, Document No. (blank), Issue: 1.

Note: these two Parts Control documents show that three of
the five integrated circuits were intended for shipment to
Nagano (one of the three components was for Nagano storage,
for use as a spare). Two components were retained by IGG:
one for DPA and one for IGG storage.

IV) Two U.S. Department of State DDTC DSP-83 Non-Transfer
and Use Certificates. Certificate with Nagano JRC named as
the Foreign End-User lists component quantity as three;
signed by G. Penhaligon (dated 17 May 2006), Technical
Director; signed by Masayuki Takamori (dated 04/24/2006),
Purchasing Manager; and signed by Thomas P. Engler (dated
06/14/2006), General Manager. Certificate with IGG CT Ltd.
named as the Foreign End-User lists component quantity as
two; signed by G.K. Penhaligon (dated 17 May 2006), Director;
and signed by Thomas P. Engler (dated 06/14/2006), General
Manager.

F) DDTC Case Number 05-1007926

QUANTITY/COMMODITY:

06 Electrical Connectors, P/N NATC00T25N37SN

Note: original license request was for quantity seven,
subsequently reduced to quantity six.

Note: DHS shipment data indicates that all six pieces were
exported on 02/16/2007.

LICENSE VALUE: USD 2,201.00

APPLICANT:

Component Technology U.S. Corporation
3000 Valley Forge Circle, Suite 3350
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 USA

SOURCE:

Amphenol Aerospace
40-60 Delaware Avenue
Sidney, New York 13838 USA

FOREIGN INTERMEDIATE CONSIGNEE:

IGG Component Technology Ltd.
Waterside House, Waterside Gardens
Fareham, Hampshire PO16 8RR
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: 44-1329-223500

FOREIGN CONSIGNEE:

Mitsubishi Electric (MELCO)
325 Kamimachiya, Kamakura City
Kanagwa Prefecture 247-8520
JAPAN

FOREIGN END USER:

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
7-44-1 Jindaiji Higashi-machi
Chofu-si, Tokyo 182-8522
JAPAN

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:

Parts are to be assembled into equipment sub-assemblies to
used on the HTV (H-II Transfer) Vehicle Program.

13. Additional documentation submitted in support of license:

I) Component Technology U.S. Corp. Purchase Order No. 19460,
dated 10 May 2006.

II) IGG Component Technology Ltd. Purchase Order No. CT
19460, dated 08 May 2006, listing Contract No. TASK 4412.

III) IGG Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
NATC00T25N37SN, to be used on the HTV (H-II Transfer Vehicle)
Programme, Document No. IGG-PCP-TASK4412-1, Issue: 1; and
MELCO Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
NATC00T25N37SN, to be used on HTV Program, Document No.
(blank), Issue: 1.

Note: these two Parts Control documents show that three of
the seven electrical connectors were intended for shipment to
MELCO (one of the three components was for MELCO storage, for
use as a spare). Four components were to be retained by IGG:
three for DPA and one for IGG storage. The requested
quantity of seven components was reduced to six by the Office
of Licensing (PM/DTCL), thereby eliminating the one piece
intended for IGG storage.

IV) Two U.S. Department of State DDTC DSP-83 Non-Transfer
and Use Certificates. Certificate with MELCO named as the
Foreign End-User lists component quantity as three; signed by
G. Penhaligon (dated 07 June 2006), Technical Director;
signed by Naoki Tsuya (dated 12 May 2006), Project Manager,
HTV Project; and signed by Thomas P. Engler (dated
06/22/2006), General Manager. Certificate with IGG CT Ltd.
named as the Foreign End-User lists component quantity as
four; signed by G.K. Penhaligon (dated 06-07-2006); and
signed by Thomas P. Engler (dated 06/22/2006), General
Manager.

G) DDTC Case Number 05-1011293

QUANTITY/COMMODITY:

225 Electrical Connectors, P/N NZGC-C-16SB

Note: DHS shipment data indicates that all 225 pieces were
exported on 12/13/2006.

LICENSE VALUE: USD 4,658.00

APPLICANT:

Component Technology U.S. Corporation
3000 Valley Forge Circle, Suite 3350
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 USA

SOURCE:

Amphenol Aerospace
40-60 Delaware Avenue
Sidney, New York 13838 USA

FOREIGN INTERMEDIATE CONSIGNEE:

IGG Component Technology Ltd.
Waterside House, Waterside Gardens
Fareham, Hampshire PO16 8RR
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: 44-1329-223500

FOREIGN CONSIGNEE:

Mitsubishi Electric (MELCO)
325 Kamimachiya, Kamakura City
Kanagwa Prefecture 247-8520
JAPAN

FOREIGN END USER:

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
7-44-1 Jindaiji Higashi-machi
Chofu-si, Tokyo 182-8522
JAPAN

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:

Parts are to be assembled into equipment sub-assemblies to
used on the HTV (H-II Transfer) Vehicle Program.

14. Additional documentation submitted in support of license:

I) Component Technology U.S. Corp. Purchase Order No. 19543,
dated 07 September 2006.

II) IGG Component Technology Ltd. Purchase Order No. CT
19543, dated 28 June 2006, listing Contract No. TASK 4492.

III) IGG Parts Control and Accountability Plan for
NZGC-C-16SB, to be used on the HTV (H-II Transfer Vehicle)
Programme, Document No. IGG-PCP-TASK4492-1, Issue: 1; and
MELCO Parts Control and Accountability Plan for NZGC-C-16SB,
to be used on HTV Program, Document No. G8060627D (MELCO Ref.
P/O: 00B3500404640A, 00B3500404640B), Issue: 1.

Note: these two Parts Control documents show that 214 of the
225 electrical connectors were intended for delivery to MELCO
(40 of the 214 components were for MELCO storage, for use as
spares). Eleven (11) components were retained by IGG: three
for DPA and eight for IGG storage.

IV) Two U.S. Department of State DDTC DSP-83 Non-Transfer
and Use Certificates. Certificate with MELCO named as the
Foreign End-User lists component quantity as 214; signed by
Geoffrey Penhaligon (dated 14 Jul. 2006), Technical Director;
signed by Naoki Tsuya (dated 29 June 2006), Project Manager,
HTV Project; and signed by Thomas P. Engler (dated
09/08/2006), General Manager. Certificate with IGG CT Ltd.
named as the Foreign End-User lists component quantity as 11;
signed by G.K. Penhaligon (dated 14 Jul. 2006); and signed by
Thomas P. Engler (dated 09/08/2006), General Manager.

15. Please slug reply for PM/DTCC - BLUE LANTERN COORDINATOR
and include the subject line of this cable. POC on this case
is Peter Sabatini, PM/DTCC, phone: 202-663-2819; ClassNet
email: sabtinipj@state.sgov.gov; OpenNet email:
sabatinipj@state.gov. The 2006 Blue Lantern Guide Book is
available on OpenNet at
http://fsi.state.gov/fsi/spas/default.asp?ID= 1588
Department thanks Post for its assistance in this matter.
RICE

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