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TREATIES AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ACTS SERIES 6971
Use of Military Facilities in Spain
Agreement Between the
Implementing Chapter VIII of the Agreement of Friendship and Cooperation of August 6, 1970
Defense: Use of Military Facilities in Spain
Agreement implementing chapter VIII of the agreement of friend
ship and cooperation of August 6, 1970. Signed at Madrid September 25, 1970; Entered into force September 26, 1970. With procedural annexes I through XIII(') and exchanges of notes.
AGREEMENT IN IMPLEMENTATION OF CHAPTER VIII OF THE
AGREEMENT OF FRIENDSHIP AND COOPERATION BETWEEN
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND SPAIN
SIGNED AUGUST 6, 1970
For the purpose of implementing Chapter VIII of the Agreement of Friendship and Cooperation between the United States of America and Spain dated August 6, 1970, [?] (hereinafter referred to as "the Agreement"), it has been agreed as follows:
For the purpose of this Agreement, the terms used herein and in the procedural
Annexes hereto shall have the following meaning:
1. Facilities. This torn means lands and constructions within Spanish military
1 It is anticipated that additional procedural annexes will be negotiated. * TIAS 6924; 21 UST 1677.
United States Personnel in Spain. This term means anyone included in any of the
sea or air armed forces of the United States who are permanently or temporarily
assigned to Spain by military orders for the performance of official duties, in accordance with Chapter VIII of the Agreement and within the force levels established by agreement with the Spanish Government.
(2) Civilian Employees. This term means non-military personnel who are nationals of or ordinarily resident in the United States and who are employed in
Spain by the United States Forces, whether paid from appropriated or non
(3) Other Civilian Personnel.
This term means employees of a non
Spanish and noncommercial organization hereinafter listed, or hereafter
agreed upon by the Joint Committee, who are nationals of or ordinarily resident
in the United States and who, solely for the purpose of contribut ing to the welfare, morale or education of the United States Forces, are accompanying those
Forces in Spain. These organizations shall include:
(a) American Red Cross;
(b) University of Maryland;
(c) University of Southern California; and
(d) United Services Organization.
Dependents. This term means members of the families of personnel included in paragraphs (1), (2) and (3) above, who depend upon such persons for
their support and who are in Spain, 'and, in any case, the spouse and minor
childron in Spain of such persons.
b. Personnel Engaged in Exercises or Maneuvers. This term means personnel belonging to the land, sea or air armed forces of the United States who are
temporarily in Spain for the purpose of engaging in military exercises or
maneuvers authorized in advance by the Spanish Government.
Members of Visiting Units. This term means the personnel of the land, sea or air armed forces of the United States who temporarily enter Spain aboard
vessels or aircraft, belonging to or chartered wholly by such forces, which are
in Spanish territory on visits or for the purpose of providing logistic support
to or receiving logistic support from the United States Forces.
3. Military Unit.
This term means an operational, logistic or administrative
command or element thereof of the land, sea or air armed forces of the
United States which:
In accordance with Chapter VIII of the Agreement, is stationed in Spain either for the purpose of maintaining a facility used by the United States Forces in a Spanish military installation or for operations, training, or other ailitary activities, including on a rotational basis, within the specific
levels agreed upon; or,
b. Although not included in the preceding subparagraph, uses such a facility, in accordance with Chapter VIII of the Agreement, for authorized military purposes.
4. Joint Committee.
This term means the Joint Committee on defense matters
established by Article 36 of the Agreement.
ADMINISTRATIVE AND MILITARY MATTERS