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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1951. Asia and the Pacific (in two parts)
(1951)

Japan,   pp. 777-1477 PDF (267.6 MB)


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JAPAN
                            CHAPTER III
Commnittee
   (1) In order to facilitate agreement on matters concerning sites,
facilities, expenses and status of garrison troops, there shall be estab-
lished a committee to be composed of equal number of representatives
of the two countries. This committee shall come into being upon the
date this administrative agreement becomes effective. The committee
shall be so organized that it may meet immediately at all times. The
committee may establish such auxiliary organs as may be required.
                            CHAPTEAR IV
Collective Defense Measures
   (1) In the event of hostilities or imminently threatened hostilities
in the Japan area, all United States forces in the Japan area, the Na-
tional Police Reserve, and all other Japanese organizations having
military potential, shall be placed under the unified command of a
Supreme Commander designated by the United States government
-after consultation with the Japanese Government.
   (2)  In the event of hostilities or imminently threatened hostilities,
the Supreme Commander of all forces in Japan, designated in accord-
ance with par (1) above shall have the authority to use such areas,
installations and facilities in the Japan area and to make such stra-
tegic and tactical disposition of military forces as he may deem neces-
sary. In taking such actions, the Supreme Commander shall consult
with appropriate representatives of the Japanese government.
   (3) In locating the aforesaid areas for strategic and tactical dis-
position, the fullest consideration consistent with military necessity
shall be given to the welfare, health and economic needs of the local
population.
                             [Annex] V
ADDEND-UM TO ADMINISTRATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNITED
   STATES OF AMERICA AND JAPAN To IMPLEMENT THE PROVISIONS OF
   THE AGREEMENT THEY HAVE ENTERED INTO FOR COLLECTIVE DEFENSE
   Chapter II entitled "Expenses" of the Administrative Agreement
states that the facilities and services to be furnished to the United
States forces by Japan at her expense are set forth in detail in Annex B.
   It is understood that the facilities and services to be furnished by
Japan at her expense will be, in general, the same that are furnished
by other sovereign powers in whose territory the United States sta-
tions armed forces. Since there is not complete uniformity in all
countries as to what facilities and services are furnished, because con-
ditions differ, it is understood that the facilities and services that will
be furnished by Japan will be similar to those furnished by xGreat
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