ANNEX 10 

TYPES OF INSPECTION AIRPLANES 

1. Inspection airplanes may include military transport airplanes with standard markings and paint schemes, to include camouflage. 

2. The types of inspection airplanes that may be used to transport inspectors and monitors are: 

    (a) for the United States of America, for flights to the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation, or Ukraine, types known as the C-9, C-130, C-141, KC-10, KC-135, and T-43; and (1 JCIC Agreement 42, Article 1.) 

    (b) for the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation, and Ukraine, for flights to the United States of America, types known as the IL-62, IL-76, and IL-96. (2 JCIC Agreement No. 12, Article 1.) 

3. The types of inspection airplanes that may be used for delivery and removal of cargoes consisting of equipment or supplies specified in an inventory provided in accordance with paragraph 1 of Annex 7 to this Protocol are: 
    (a) for the United States of America, for flights to the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation, or Ukraine, types known as the C-5, C-130, C-141, KC-10, and KC-135; and (3 JCIC Agreement No. 42, Article 2.)

    (b) for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, for flights to the United States of America, types known as the IL-76 and An-124. 

4. Each Party shall have the right to replace the types of airplanes specified in this Annex with other types of airplanes, as well as to add other types of airplanes after it has informed the other Party of such a replacement or addition. Unless otherwise agreed by the Parties, each such change shall enter into force three months after a Party has so informed the other. 

 

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