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Photograph of a Ranger Explaining the Terms of Timber Sale Agreement to a New Operator

[French-American Agreement Signed on Airplane]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[French-American Agreement Signed on Airplane]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[French-American Agreement Signed on Airplane]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[French-American Agreement Signed on Airplane]

[French-American Agreement Signed on Airplane]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[French-American Agreement Signed on Airplane]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[Trade Agreement Signed Between Ireland and Austria]

[Trade Agreement Signed Between Ireland and Austria]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[Pinay, Dillon, 5 Year Agreement on Student Exchange]

[Men's Clothing Productivity Agreement]

[French-American Agreement Signed on Airplane]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[Men's Clothing Productivity Agreement]

[French-American Agreement Signed on Airplane]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[French-American Agreement Signed on Airplane]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[European Payments Union Agreement is Signed]

[Pinay, Dillon, 5 Year Agreement on Student Exchange]

AST-03-173 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Stafford Signs Russian Copy of 1972 USA-USSR Agreement

SIGNING OF UNION AGREEMENT IN THE OFFICE OF CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

Jimmy Carter - With Prime Minister of Japan, Masayoshi Ohira and Warren Christopher, Deputy Secretary of State, for the signing ceremony for the US-Japan Agreement for Cooperation in Research and Development

Jimmy Carter - Signing ceremony in the Rose Garden for an Agreement with and the People's Republic of China

Jimmy Carter - Signing ceremony for the Love Canal Agreement (S. 2443)

National Security Council meeting for discussion of SALT agreement

LESA - LEWIS ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS ASSOCIATION FLEXITIME AGREEMENT WITH CENTER DEPUTY DIRECTOR B LUBARSKY

A right side view of a Japanese KV107II helicopter built by Kawasaki under a license agreement with Boeing Vertol

William P. Clark, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, presents the luncheon address at a special meeting of the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia. This meeting observes the tenth anniversary of the signing of the Paris agreement to end the US involvement in the Vietnam conflict

President Ronald Reagan addresses a meeting of the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia. Attendees include relatives of prisoners of war and those missing in action. This special meeting observes the tenth anniversary of the signing of the Paris agreement to end the US involvement in the Vietnam conflict

At the 11th annual signing of the US/USSR agreement to prevent incidents on and over the high seas, VADM Robert Walters, vice chief of naval operations for surface warfare, and ADM Petr N. Navoytsev, head of the Soviet Union Delegation, right, signed on behalf of their respective countries

Soviet-Grenada military agreement. Courtesy of Soviet Military Power, 1984. PHOTO No. 141, page 130

Medical supplies are loaded onto an Air Force Reserve C-130 Hercules aircraft for shipment to San Salvador, El Salvador. The cargo is part of a package of humanitarian aid provided by private US organizations under the authorization of the Denton Agreement

Canadian Armed Forces Captain (CPT) Dwight Davies, assigned to the 310th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, illustrates a point to a student. The F-16 instructor pilot is one of five permanent foreign officers assigned here as part of an exchange agreement between the two countries

A graduate of HYCOOP, a hydrographic survey program developed between the US and Morocco, is congratulated at a ceremony honoring the program graduates. The ceremony is also celebrating the Treaty of Marrakech, the agreement which established diplomatic relations between the United States and Morrocco over 200 years ago

Captain (CAPT) Winfield Donat poses for a photograph prior to taking part in a ceremony celebrating the Treaty of Marrakech, the agreement which established diplomatic relations between the United States and Morocco over 200 years ago

Captain (CAPT) Winfield Donat gives the opening ceremony celebrating the Treaty of Marrakech, the agreement which established diplomatic relations between the United States and Morocco over 200 years ago. Eighteen Moroccan sailors, graduates of HYCOOP, a hydrographic survey program developed between the US and Morocco, are also being recognized at the ceremony

A US naval officer participates in a ceremony celebrating the Treaty of Marrakech, the agreement which established diplomatic relations between the United States and Morrocco over 200 years ago. Eighteen Morroccan sailors, graduates of HYCOOP, a hydrographic survey program developed between the US and Morocco, are also being recognized at the ceremony

Moroccan officials participate in a ceremony to celebrate the Treaty of Marrakech, the agreement which established diplomatic relations between the United States and Morrocco over 200 years ago. Eighteen Morroccan sailors, graduates of HYCOOP, a hydrographic survey program developed between the US and Morocco, are also being recognized at the ceremony

Colonel (COL) Tamio Yamashita, commander, Airborne Early Warning Group, Japan Air Self Defense Force, and COL John G. Lorber, commander, 432nd Tactical Fighter Wing, sign an E-2C Hawkeye/F-16 Fighting Falcon support agreement

Sailors and US Coast Guard District 5 Law Enforcement Detachment personnel approach a 30-foot, single-masted sailboat in a motor launch from the dock landing ship USS WHIDBEY ISLAND (LSD 41). The sailboat, which was dead in the water when it was detected by the WHIDBEY ISLAND's radar, in the Caribbean Sea is carrying 92 Haitian refugees. The refugees were taken aboard the WHIDBEY ISLAND and later transferred to a Coast Guard cutter. In accordance with a standing agreement between the United States and Haiti, the refugees were returned to their homeland

Sailors and US Coast Guard District 5 Law Enforcement Detachment personnel approach a 30-foot, single-masted sailboat in a motor launch from the dock landing ship USS WHIDBEY ISLAND (LSD 41). The sailboat, which was dead in the water when it was detected by the WHIDBEY ISLAND's radar, is carrying 92 Haitian refugees. The refugees were taken aboard the WHIDBEY ISLAND and later transferred to a Coast Guard cutter. In accordance with a standing agreement between the United States and Haiti, the refugees were returned to their homeland

Joint Chiefs of STAFF Chairman Admiral (ADM) William Crowe, shakes hands with the CHIEF of the Soviet General STAFF General M.A. Moiseyev as they exchange copies of the Prevention of Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A underside view of a P-3 Orion aircraft in flight. The P-3 is participating in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A cameraman films personnel aboard the frigate USS CAPODANNO (FF 1093) participating in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces. The communications exercise is being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

Personnel aboard the frigate USS CAPODANNO (FF 1093) participate in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A starboard bow view of the Soviet Krivak II class guided missile frigate RAZITELNY participating in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces. The communications exercise is being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A cameraman films personnel aboard the frigate USS CAPODANNO (FF 1093) participating in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces. The communications exercise is being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A view looking forward over the bow of the frigate USS CAPODANNO (FF 1093). CAPODANNO is participating in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A starboard bow view of the Soviet Krivak II class guided missile frigate RAZITELNY participating in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces. The communications exercise is being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement. (SUBSTANDARD)

A left front view of a P-3 Orion aircraft participating in radio interoperability tests between U.S. and Soviet naval forces. The communications exercise is being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

Personnel aboard the frigate USS CAPODANNO (FF 1093) participate in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A left side view of a P-3 Orion aircraft participating in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces. The communications exercise is being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A grid displays participants and the schedule for radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A left rear view of a P-3 Orion aircraft participating in radio interoperability tests between U.S. and Soviet naval forces. The communications exercise is being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

A left front close-up view of a P-3 Orion aircraft participating in radio interoperability tests between US and Soviet naval forces. The communications exercise is being conducted under guidelines in the Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

Lientenant Colonel John T. Browne, seated center, signs an agreement during the first meeting of the Panamanian Joint Committee. Brown is the committee's American co-president

Committee member Augusto Buendia, right, looks on as co-president Luis E. Guizado signs an agreement during the first meeting of the Panamanian Joint Committee

Richard Armitage, head of the U.S. team negotiating a new base agreement with the Filipino government, is greeted by MGEN William A. Studer, commander, 13th Air Force, upon his arrival at the base. Armitage will tour the base to assess the damage caused by the eruption of Mount Pinatubo

Richard Armitage, head of the U.S. team negotiating a new base agreement with the Filipino government, speaks to members of the media following his arrival at the base. Armitage will tour the base to assess the damage caused by the eruption of Mount Pinatubo

Deputy Secretary of Defense Donald J. Atwood, Jr. and Russian Academician Anatoly D. Kungsevich sign an agreement to facilitate safe, secure and ecologically sound destruction of Russian chemical weapons

Deputy Secretary of Defense Donald J. Atwood, Jr. and Russian Academician Anatoly D. Kungsevich sign an agreement to facilitate safe, secure and ecologically sound destruction of Russian chemical weapons

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Announcing Bill Daley as Task Force Chairman of the North American Trade Agreement in the Oval Office of the White House

Photograph of Middle East Leaders at the Middle East Peace Agreement Ceremony

Photograph at the Middle East Peace Agreement Ceremony

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Meeting with Former Presidents Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, and Jimmy Carter to Discuss the North American Free Trade Agreement

Photograph of President William J. Clinton and Vice President Al Gore Meeting with Environmental Groups Endorsing the North American Free Trade Agreement

Photograph of President William J. Clinton and Vice President Al Gore Meeting with Environmental Groups Endorsing the North American Free Trade Agreement

The base commanding officer, Brigadier General Steele, is seated with the mayor of Washington D.C., Sharon Pratt Kelly, to negotiate an agreement to train D.C. police officers at Quantico

Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly watches as Brig. GEN. Steele signs an agreement which will allow the DC police department to use the facilities at the Officers Candidate School, Quantico, VA for training during the off season

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Participating in a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Products Event on the South Lawn

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Looking at a Lego Model of the White House at a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Products Event

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Addressing a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Products Event

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Participating in a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Products Event on the South Lawn

A US Army Soldier, left, uses a hand held metal detector to scan the body of a Somali man for weapons. An agreement has been reached between Sword Base personnel and "non-aggressive" clam leaders. It states that an equal amount of members from each clan will be allowed to work at Sword Base on any given day. A second Somali man looks on at the far right. This mission is in direct support of Operation RESTORE HOPE

High angle shot looking down on a Somali clan representative, right, handing out work passes to clan members who were granted permission to work on Sword Base, Mogadishu, Somalia. An agreement has been reached between Sword Base personnel and "non-aggressive" clam leaders. It states that an equal amount of members from each clan will be allowed to work at Sword Base on any given day. This mission is in direct support of Operation RESTORE HOPE

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Speaking at the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Event at the United States Chamber of Commerce

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Watching Vice President Albert Gore and Ross Perot Debate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on Television at the White House

Photograph of President William J. Clinton and Vice President Albert Gore Watching the Results of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Vote in the Private Residence at the White House

Photograph of President William J. Clinton and Vice President Albert Gore Watching the Results of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Vote in the Private Residence at the White House

Photograph of the Balkan Peace Agreement Signing

Map of Bosnia-Herzegovina agreed upon at the Dayton Agreement, Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton Ohio. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Congressman Steny Hoyer (left), D-Maryland, and Richard Holbrooke (center, left), United States mediator and architect of the Dayton Peace Agreement, talk with Miodrag Pajic (center, right with glasses), mayor of Brcko, Bosnia, about the elections, assisted by Department of Defense interpreter Dragan Minc (standing between Holbrooke and Pajic)

Congressman Steny Hoyer (D), Maryland, talks to the local media on how the Elections are proceeding in the town of Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Congressman Hoyer visited the town of Brcko with United States Mediator and Architect of the Dayton Peace Agreement, Richard Holbrooke

Congressman Steny Hoyer (D), Maryland (left), and United States Mediator and Architect of the Dayton Peace Agreement, Richard Holbrooke talk to the local media on how the Elections are proceeding in the town of Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina

The local press records US Army General (GEN) George W. Casey Command General 1ST Armored Division, as he and Leaders from the town of Jusici, Bosnia-Herzegovina signed an agreement requiring residents to leave for a 72-hour period. Residents were asked to leave when weapons were brought into the Zone of Separation (ZOS)

US Army General (GEN) George W. Casey Command General 1ST Armored Division, makes his way past Implementation Force (IFOR) troops as he leaves the town of Jusici, Bosnia-Herzegovina. GEN Casey and town leaders signed an agreement requiring residents to leave for a 72-hour period, when weapons were brought into the Zone of Separation (ZOS)

A maintenance crewmember from VF-154 performs routine checks on the jet engine of an F-14A Tomcat before start up at NAF Atsugi, Japan. Naval Air Station (NAS) at Atsugi was officially activated on April 1, 1943. On 1 July, 1971, NAS Atsugi was re-designated a Naval Air Facility (NAF) and began operating under a Joint Use agreement with the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDDF). (Substandard image)

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