Series SGLP - Memoranda of the Standing Group Liaison Office Paris

MAIL FOR AND FROM THE STANDING GROUP AND OTHER MILITARY AGENCIES IN WASHINGTON COURIER MAIL FOR THE STANDING GROUP LIAISON OFFICER (SGLO) NATO HANDBOOK EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY DUTY FOR UNITED KINGDOM PERSONNEL PERIODICAL REPORTS ON FORCES ASSIGNED TO NATO MATTERS RAISED BY THE STANDING GROUP WITH COUNCIL DEPUTIES OR COUNCIL WHICH REMAIN OUTSTANDING COURIER MAIL FOR LONDON MAIL AND SIGNALS FOR THE STANDING GROUP LIAISON OFFICER (SGLO), PARIS, FRANCE THE EUROPEAN DEFENCE COMMUNITY (EDC) PRIORITY GUIDANCE FOR EQUIPPING AND READYING FORCES ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ADVISORY GROUP FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (AGARD) OFFICIAL COURIERS FOR THE STANDING GROUP LIAISON OFFICE (SGLO) ENCLOSING DOCUMENTS REFER TO LOSTAN 129, LOSTAN 130 AND LOSTAN 132 DRAFT ON "NATO FORCE BUILD-UP AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLY" "SPECIAL MILITARY AGREEMENT" DEFINITION OF RESPONSIBILITIES WITHIN NATO RELATIVE TO INFRASTRUCTURE THE SHAPE ORGANIZATION AND TRAINING DIVISION - AS NATO IS UNABLE TO PROVIDE THE REQUESTED FACILIT... RELIEF OF THE STANDING GROUP LIAISON OFFICER (SGLO) - 19 MAY 1952 - ADMIRAL R. DICK REPLACED MAJO... MEETING WITH THE SUPREME ALLIED COMMANDER, ATLANTIC (SACLANT) SIGNALS FOR THE STANDING GROUP LIAISON OFFICE (SGLO) IN PARIS, FRANCE SIGNALS FOR THE STANDING GROUP LIAISON OFFICE (SGLO) IN PARIS, FRANCE SECURITY INSPECTIONS USE OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY COMMUNICATIONS COMMENTS ON DRAFT PAPER EXPLAINING WHAT IS MEANT BY THE TERM "SCREENING" CODIFICATION OF TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS OF NATO
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SGLP

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Memoranda of the Standing Group Liaison Office Paris

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  • 1952 - 1966 (Creation)

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(1952-1966)

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This chronological series contains the memoranda sent by the Standing Group Liaison Office (SGLO) in Paris. After the transfer of the Liaison Office from London to Paris in May 1952, its secretariat continued to produce a large number of memoranda addressed to: -the French authorities (mainly concerning SGLO premises and personnel) -SG agencies in Paris and London-SHAPE -the NATO civilian authorities. These memoranda (known by the acronym “SGLP") dealt with administrative and organizational issues. A large number of them set out the point of view and decisions of the military authorities based in Washington (including the SG). They were presented to various civil and military authorities and dealt with all sorts of contentious issues. Many SGLPs were replies to questions put to the military authorities. Others were requests for clarification from the military authorities seeking a better understanding of the objectives of the NAC, the civilian committees and the International Staff (IS).The principal recipients of SGLP memoranda were: -the Secretary General and the Executive Secretary -the NAC and civilian committees -SHAPE -SG agencies in Paris and London (in particular the NATO Defence College, the Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development (AGARD), electronics and communications agencies, and the military standardization agency).Some SGLPs were sent directly to national delegations.

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The SGLPs contain the following kinds of information:

  • administrative (personnel changes, security procedures, budget proposals)
  • military (annual review of forces and infrastructure, military exercises).

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The SGLP reference is the acronym followed by a publication number and the year (e.g. SGLP-12-52).

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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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SGLP documents were issued in English and, exceptionally, in French.

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For more information, see also the following notices:

  • London branch, Standing Group secretariat (LBSG)
  • Other memoranda produced by the Standing Group Liaison Office (SGLO) in Paris: RMD, LOSTAN and LOM.

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