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United States Defense Cooperation Agreement

B. The United States: 1. Make sure that all fuel entering the system from U.S. sources meets NATO STANAG 3747 requirements. 2. With the agreement of the Ministry of Defence, pay for all reasonable expenses that have been approved in the annual budget. 3. inform 24 hours in advance of visits to ROTAZA facilities for quality control or operational control. 4. exchange of petroleum products with Spain, in accordance with the agreements between the DESC and the Spanish Air Force.

5. Name the American members of the Joint Technical Commission. Desc is the spokesperson for the Ministry of Defence`s technical inspection group for ROTAZA. The logic of common benefits therefore does not explain how, despite mistrust and persistent distributional conflicts, States have managed to drastically increase their participation in CAD. I say that if governments create DCAs, they pass on information about their reliability and preferred institutional designs to third-party observers. This information then alleviates the problems of cooperation for others and creates favourable conditions for the new DCAs. In short, CAD involves the influence of networks — relationships between a couple of states influence relations between others. I consider two specific types of network influence: preferred liaison, where high-level states or „hubs“ in the network attract new endgen partners, and closure, where states that share DCA links with the same third parties or „friends of friends“ are more likely to cooperate directly. These network flows are empirically observable reflections on the underlying information value of other people`s links. Footnote 11 The parties recognize the importance of industrial and technological cooperation in the field of defence for strengthening common defence. They are working to improve bilateral cooperation between their governments and defence companies and to take steps to achieve a more integrated and stronger industrial base.

2. In order to maintain discipline, U.S. military authorities, in coordination with the base commander, may set up military police or coastal patrol units on bases where the U.S. armed forces are located, in accordance with rules that are made available to the Standing Committee for Coordination and Review. U.S. military authorities may authorize the use of such units in communities close to military bases, in cooperation with local police officers, in accordance with rules agreed by the Spanish and American authorities. These regulations are also subject to the permanent coordinating and verification body in support of these regulations.

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