Series AC/22 - International Staff Team on Additional Aircraft Production

NEXT MEETING - 16TH JUNE 1952 PROCHAINE REUNION - 16 JUIN 1952 RECORD OF MEETING COMPTE RENDU DE REUNION INFORMATION FOR THE GUIDANCE OF DELEGATES ATTENDING INTERNATIONAL STAFF TEAM ON ADDITIONAL AIRCRA... STATEMENT BY THE UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE ON THE NEED FOR ADDITIONAL FINANCING LIST OF MEMBERS

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AC/22

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International Staff Team on Additional Aircraft Production

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  • 1952 (Creation)

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(1952)

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The AC/22 chronological series contains the records of the International Staff Team on Additional Aircraft Production.The Staff Team was created by the Council on 11 June 1952, following a proposal by the United States representative which outlined the conditions for offshore procurement of complete aircraft. The United States was willing to procure aircraft in Europe and co-operate with any country which would come up with a substantial measure of aircraft production on its behalf with its own finances in support of an integrated plan aimed at fulfilling NATO aircraft deficiencies.The only meeting of the Staff Team took place on 16 June 1952, and was attended by national representatives from Belgium, Canada, France, Italy, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States. Also present was the Chief of Staff, Defence Production, members of the Aircraft Division and two representatives of the Standing Group.The task of the Staff Team was to determine the scale of effort the individual nations were able to make, and then weld these together into a coordinated programme to be submitted to the Council before transmission to the United States Government. The report was submitted to the Council as C-M(52)43.

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The AC/22 series includes the report on the meeting of the Staff Team, a copy of the statement made by the United States representative in the Council and an information notice for delegates. The series also contains a report on the funding requested by individual nations, as well as the number of aircraft recommended by NATO staff, compared against deficiencies and costing.

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The records in the AC/22 series are assembled by type - Document (D), Note (N) and Record (R) - and then by number.

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NATO publicly disclosed information is available for research and education purposes. Any commercial use requires the written permission of NATO. Please credit the NATO Archives should any documents be used for publication. Guidelines for the proper citation of NATO publicly disclosed information can be found on the NATO Archives website (http://www.nato.int/archives).

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The documents of the chronological series were circulated in both NATO official languages (English and French).

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