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SUBJECT: JCIC-XXXIII: STATUS OF HEAVY BOMBERS AT THE
CONVERSION OR ELIMINATION FACILITY AT DAVIS MONTHAN AIR
FORCE BASE

1. This is JCIC-XXXIII-024.

2. The text at Paragraph 3 below is the Unclassified Annex
to the U.S. Closing Plenary Statement for JCIC-XXXIII on
Status of Heavy Bombers at the Conversion or Elimination
Facility at Davis Monthan Air Force Base. The Statement was
delivered at the Closing Plenary Meeting at the U.S. Mission
on November 21, 2008.

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UNCLASSIFIED ANNEX

TO U.S. Closing Plenary Statement
November 21, 2008
JCIC Unilateral Plenary Statement
on

Status of Heavy Bombers at the Conversion or Elimination
Facility at Davis Monthan Air Force Base

The United States would like to inform the other Parties
that there are a number of heavy bombers undergoing aging and
surveillance activities at the Davis-Monthan Conversion or
Elimination Facility. As a result of these activities, these
heavy bombers are in various stages of disassembly. These
heavy bombers remain accountable under the Treaty and are
subject to inspection, as provided for in the Tenth Agreed
Statement. The United States assures the other Parties that
if a decision is made to eliminate these heavy bombers in the
future their elimination shall be conducted in accordance
with the provisions of Section VI of the Conversion or
Elimination Protocol, including all required notifications.

End text.

4. (U) Taylor sends.
TICHENOR


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