B-52: Aging BUFFs, Youthful Crews (Osprey Colour Series) by Rene J. Francillon, Peter B. Lewis

By Rene J. Francillon, Peter B. Lewis

A whole examine the lifetime of the B-52's. Photo's on evry web page.

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Security Assistance (SA) program. The SA program is governed by two primary pieces of legis- 34 WINNING THE PEACE lation: the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (FAA) and the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) of 1975. These laws allow Congress to determine the dollar value and type of assistance provided to foreign countries. 8 The FAA also delegated the administration of the SA program to the Secretary of State. DOD participation in ACA is managed by the African Affairs Office of the Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs (ISA); operational/programmatic aspects of ACA are handled by the Defense Security Assistance Agency (DSAA).

9, Los Angeles, CA: Center for International and Strategic Affairs, University of California, January 1982. 22. Neil Sheehan, A Bright Shining Eie, John Paul Vann and America in Vietnam, Random House: New York, 1988. See also COL John W. De Pauw and LTC George A. S. Army War College, March 1, 1989. 23. Sheehan, p. 143. 24. , p. 334. 25. Sheehan references the institutional problems uncovered by Vann on p. 78, 87, 97, 552, and 514. 26. Braim, 1968. 27. Little, as quoted by Lansdale. 28. Braim, 1968.

Of this amount, the African MAP program received only $26 million. Maintaining even this level of funding may prove difficult. Each year MAP funding is the subject of intense congressional-DODDOS debate. , Israel, Turkey, Egypt) and continue MAP funding for a host of developing countries, or to zero out the small countries completely and leave the major ones relatively intact. There is always the possibility that African MAP for the next fiscal year will not be funded. S. security assistance program.

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