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CONTENTS

CHRISTINE C. DAUTH, Chief Clerk

SPACE DEFENSE

MARCH 15, 1984

Page Perle, Hon. Richard N., Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Securi

ty Policy), accompanied by Maj. Bryan L. Steadman, Acting Chief, Space Systems Branch, Defense Intelligence Agency; and Capt. Rodney P. Liesveld, Space Intelligence Requirements Manager, Defense Intelligence Agency .............

.............. 3438, 3452 Steadman, Maj. Bryan L., Acting Chief, Space Systems Branch, Defense Intelligence Agency .....

3439 STRATEGIC COMMAND, CONTROL, AND COMMUNICATIONS

MARCH 29, 1984

Latham, Donald C., Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Communications,

Command, Control and Intelligence), accompanied by Vice Adm. Gordon R.
Nagler, U.S. Navy, Director, Command and Control, Office of the Chief of
Naval Operations; Maj. Gen. James M. Rockwell, U.S. Army, Assistant
Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans (C-4); and Maj. Gen. Gerald
L. Prather, U.S. Air Force, Assistant Chief of Staff for Information Systems,
Headquarters, U.S. Air Force .........

3484

ANTISATELLITE PROGRAM AND ARMS CONTROL ISSUES

APRIL 12, 1984
Buchheim, Hon. Robert W., former head of U.S. Delegation to United States-
Soviet ASAT Talks.

.............................................................................. 3522 Reis, Dr. Victor H., Science Applications Inc ..........

3527 May, Dr. Michael, associate director-at-large, Lawrence Livermore National

Laboratory ... Steinbruner, Dr. John, director, Foreign Policy Studies Program, the Brookings Institution.

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3532 Perle, Richard N., Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Policy)....

............. 3541 Cooper, Dr. Henry F., Assistant Director, Strategic Programs Bureau, Arms

Control and Disarmament Agency

3528

3543

CHEMICAL WARFARE

APRIL 26, 1984
Wagner, Hon. Richard L., Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (Atomic
Energy)......

3574 Gold, Dr. Theodore S., Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (Chemical Matters).........

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Emery, David, Deputy Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency .......... 3591
Kroesen, Gen, Frederick J., U.S. Army (Ret.), former Commander-in-Chief,
U.S. European Command .....

3622 Klein, Maj. Gen. William E., U.S. Army, Vice Director, Plans and Policy Directorate, Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff....

3627 Gasbarri, Dominic, Intelligence Analyst, Defense Intelligence Agency .............. 3627 Omasta, Robert, Defense Intelligence Agency................

3628 Copeland, Capt. Sylvia, Defense Intelligency Agency.

3628

THEATER NUCLEAR FORCE ISSUES

MAY 1, 1984
Wagner, Hon. Richard L., Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (Atomic
Gaffney, Frank J., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Strategic and

Theater Nuclear Forces Policy)..........

Energy)

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SPACE DEFENSE

Peat. Brig. Gen. Randall D., U.S. Air Force ...
Davis, Brig. Gen. Sidney ...........

Navy's NUCLEAR PROPULSION PROGR.

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MAY 4, 1984 McKee, Adm. Kinnaird R., Director, Office of Naval Ni Department of Energy....

Civil DEFENSE PROGRAM

MAY 4, 1984 Giuffrida, Hon. Louis O., Director, Federal Emergency Mana Stilwell, Gen. Richard G., U.S. Army (Ret.). Deputy Under

fense for Policy, Department of Defense. Index....

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APRIL 26, 1984
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3627 ligence Analyst, Defense Intelligence Agency ....

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AUTI FOR APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCA

TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1984

U.S. SENATE, SUBCOMMITTEE ON STRATEGIC

THEATER NUCLEAR COMMITTEE ON ARMI

ICBM MODERNIZATION PROGR The subcommittee met in open session pursuan p.m., in room SR-222, Russell Senate Office Build W. Warner (chairman) presiding.

Present: Senators Warner, Thurmond, Cohen, E Staff present: Robert F. Bott, William E. Hoeh Johnson, Jr., professional staff members; Brenda I ant chief clerk; Douglas R. Graham, research assi A. Love, staff assistant.

Also present: Gerald J. Smith, assistant to Se Les Brownlee, assistant to Senator Warner; Bern sistant to Senator Quayle; Jeffrey B. Subko, assi Exon; and Peter D. Lennon, assistant to Senator Le OPENING STATEMENT BY SENATOR JOHN W

CHAIRMAN Senator WARNER. This afternoon the subcommitt sistant Secretary of the Air Force Thomas Cooper, fessional known to all of us in the Congress very w panied by Lt. Gen. Robert Russ, Maj. Gen. John S Gen. Gordon Fornell.

We are here to receive a progress report on the IC tion program that was endorsed by the Congress a l year ago, following the report of the administratio on Strategic Forces.

It appears that the Peacekeeper portion of the program continues to be an area in which the Congi ue to have close scrutiny. The need for Peacekeeper by the Scowcroft Commission to demonstrate natio redress significant asymmetries in our ICBM capa induce the Soviets toward serious arms control ne question is, are they as compelling today as they we

In fact, based on the intelligence briefings this sub received, the pace at which the Soviets are moderni:

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