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Index

References are to document numbers

    • Aaron, Maj. Gen. Harold R., 157
    • Abramowitz, Morton I., 86, 87
    • Abrams, Gen. Creighton W., Jr., 6, 28, 42
    • Adams, Brock, 73, 74
    • African Americans in all-volunteer force, 23, 28
    • Agnew, Spiro, 8, 15, 24, 25
    • Ahearne, John, 23
    • Ailes, Stephen, 169
    • Air Force, U.S., 2
    • Air-launched cruise missiles (ALCMs), 45, 48, 74
    • Aircraft carriers (see also Naval forces):
      • Defense Program Review Committee discussions, 23
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 82, 83, 111
      • Ford-House Budget Committee discussions, 73
      • Ford-Schlesinger discussions, 58
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 35
      • NSC discussions, 84
      • NSC papers, 110
      • Sullivan memoranda, 47
    • Airlie House conference, 2
    • Aldridge, Edward C., 76, 83
    • Aldridge, Peter, 111
    • All-volunteer force (AVF), 4, 11, 23, 28, 46
    • Allen, Lt. Gen. Lew, Jr., 157, 177, 180, 182
    • AN–22 aircraft (Soviet), 113
    • Anable, David, 65
    • Anderson, Adm. George W., Jr.:
    • Anderson, Jack, 183, 197, 202
    • Anderson, John B., 13, 24, 72
    • Anderson, Robert, 64
    • Angola, 43, 65, 75, 78
    • Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (1972), 2, 17
    • Anti-ballistic missiles (ABMs):
      • Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (1972), 2, 17
      • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37
      • Nixon-JCS discussions, 6
      • Soviet capabilities, 113, 158, 170
    • Anti-satellite systems:
    • Anti-submarine warfare (ASW), Soviet capabilities, 113, 144, 149, 150, 152, 155
    • Arends, Leslie C., 13, 24, 169
    • Arms control (see also Strategic Arms Limitation talks):
      • Anti-satellite systems and, 134
      • Chemical weapons policy and, 126, 128
      • Inter-Agency Working Group report, 17
      • Nixon-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 13
      • NSDM 348, 135
      • Soviet policy, 173
    • Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA), 39, 50, 88, 127, 130
    • Arms transfer policy. See Military aid policy.
    • Armstrong, Anne L., 8, 15, 24
    • Ash, Roy:
      • Force modernization, 23
      • Military budget, 49
        • Cabinet meeting discussions, 8, 25
        • Ford-Schlesinger discussions, 44, 46
        • Nixon discussions, 27
        • Nixon-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 13, 24
        • Nixon-Senate Appropriations Committee discussions, 7
      • Overseas bases, 34, 38
      • Selective Service, 11
      • Stockpile planning, 3
      • Telecommunications security, 176
      • U.S. policy in Asia, 18, 21
    • Ashley, Thomas W.L., 73
    • Asia, U.S. policy in. See U.S. policy in Asia.
    • Azores, U.S. military bases in, 38
    • AZORIAN, Project. See Hughes Glomar Explorer mission.
    • B–1 bomber program:
      • Ash memoranda, 49
      • Borg memoranda, 108
      • Defense Department reports, 104
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 76
      • Ford DAR speech (Apr. 21, 1976), 79
      • Ford-House Budget Committee discussions, 73
      • Ford-Kissinger discussions, 59
      • Ford-Senate leadership discussions, 71
      • Ford State of the Union address (1977), 132
      • Inter-Agency Working Group report, 17
      • JCS discussions, 42
      • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37, 45
      • Lynn memoranda, 57
      • Lynn-Scowcroft memoranda, 62
      • Schlesinger memoranda, 48
    • B–52 bombers, 48, 104
    • Backfire bombers (Soviet):
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 76, 82, 83
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Ford-bipartisan Senatorial discussions, 74
      • National Intelligence Estimates, 141, 150, 158, 170, 173
      • Rumsfeld memoranda, 77
      • SALT contingency planning and, 55
    • Bahr, Egon, 37
    • Bahrain, U.S. military bases in, 38
    • Baker, Howard H., Jr., 52
    • Baker, William O.:
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 200
      • National Intelligence Estimate process, 161, 169
      • Naval forces, 142
      • Soviet military capabilities, 152, 153, 154, 161
      • Telecommunications security, 175
    • Baldwin, Hanson W., 142
    • Ballistic missile defense, 48
    • Banzer, Gen. Hugo, 16
    • Barnes, Thomas J., 86, 87
    • Barnum, James, 23, 51
    • Baroody, William, 8
    • Bartlett, Dewey F., 13
    • Bear bombers (Soviet), 113
    • Beecher, William, 170
    • Behr, Col. Robert M., 18, 23, 83, 111, 114, 125
    • BeLieu, Kenneth E., 6
    • Bellmon, Henry L., 13, 63
    • Bennett, Charles, 56, 68, 94, 97, 98
    • Bennett, Wallace F., 13, 24
    • Bergin, Adm., 111, 114
    • Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali, 28
    • Biden, Joseph R., Jr., 43
    • Binary chemical weapons. See Chemical weapons policy.
    • Binder, David, 170
    • Biological Weapons Convention, 126
    • Bison bombers (Soviet), 55, 113
    • Black, Edward, 89
    • Blake, James J., 35
    • Bolivia, 16
    • Bolling, Richard W., 43
    • Bombers (see also B–1 bomber program; Backfire bombers):
    • Borg, C. Arthur, 90, 108, 112, 118
    • Boverie, Brig. Gen. Richard T.:
    • Brademas, John, 72
    • Brands, Paul, 18
    • Brandwein, David S., 17
    • Bray, Leslie W., 68, 94, 97, 125
    • Brehm, William K., 74
    • Bremer, L. Paul, III, 35, 64
    • Brennan, Peter J., 15
    • Brezhnev, Leonid, 7, 37, 50
    • Brinegar, Claude S., 8, 25
    • Brooke, Edward W., III, 13, 24, 63
    • Broomfield, William S., 64, 81
    • Brown, Gen. George S.:
    • Brown, Leslie H., 18, 23, 35
    • Broyhill, James, 73
    • Buchanan, Patrick J., 8
    • Buchen, Philip W., 181, 182, 197
    • Buchsbaum, Solomon J., 96
    • Buffum, William B., 35, 64
    • Bunker, Ellsworth, 43
    • Burleson, Omar T., 73
    • Bush, George H.W.:
      • Anti-satellite systems, 134
      • B–1 bomber program, 104
      • Chemical weapons policy, 126
      • Civil defense policy, 95
      • Committee on Foreign Intelligence creation, 163
      • “Halloween Massacre” personnel changes, 61
      • Military aid policy, 88, 103, 122
      • Military budget, 8, 13, 15, 76
      • National Intelligence Estimate process, 174
      • National security policy overviews, 102, 111, 113, 135
      • Naval forces, 83, 111
      • Overseas bases, 67
      • SALT contingency planning, 76
      • Soviet military capabilities, 165, 170, 172
      • Soviet strategic policy, 173
      • Space assets, 91
      • Stockpile planning, 97, 99
      • Telecommunications security, 178, 180, 182
      • U.S. policy in Asia, 107
    • Butz, Earl L., 8, 15, 25
    • Byers, Wheaton B., 142, 144, 152, 154, 161, 200
    • Byrd, Robert C., 74
    • Caglayangil, Ihsan, 72
    • Cannon, James M., 181, 182
    • Caramanlis, Constantine, 72
    • Carlucci, Frank C., 15
    • Carver, George, 148, 163, 165
    • Case, Clifford P., Jr., 24, 42, 43, 72, 81
    • Casey, William J., 10, 169
    • Cederberg, Elford A., 73
    • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) (see also Hughes Glomar Explorer mission):
      • Angola, 65
      • B–1 bomber program, 108
      • Chemical weapons policy, 39, 51
      • Ford-Kissinger discussions, 152
      • SALT contingency planning, 64
      • Soviet military capabilities, 160
      • Stockpile planning, 98
    • Chanatry, Col. Fred I., 157
    • Chemical weapons (CW) policy:
      • Clements memoranda, 50
      • Elliott memoranda, 50, 127
      • Geneva Protocol, 50, 126
      • Moscow Summit Joint Communiqué on, 50
      • NSC Chemical Weapons Working Group paper, 126
      • NSDM 35, 39, 50, 126
      • NSSM 192, 33, 39, 51, 126
      • Rumsfeld memoranda, 121
      • Scowcroft-Lynn memoranda, 130
      • Senior Review Group discussions, 51, 128
      • Vladivostok Accord, 50
    • Cheney, Richard, 74, 79, 81, 97, 120, 172
    • Cherne, Leo:
    • Chile, U.S. military aid to, 78, 89
    • Chiles, Lawton, 74
    • China, People’s Republic of (PRC) (see also U.S. policy in Asia):
      • Chemical weapons, 51
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Military capabilities, 18, 87, 113, 137, 146, 168
      • Soviet policy towards, 173
      • U.S. nuclear policy, 31
      • U.S. relations with:
        • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
        • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37
        • Kissinger visit (Nov. 1973), 21
        • Nixon-JCS discussions, 6
        • Nixon-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 13
        • Nixon-Senate Appropriations Committee discussions, 7
    • China, Republic of (ROC), 51
    • Civil defense:
    • Clarke, Bruce C., 18, 23
    • Clarke, John M., 200
    • Clawson, Del M., 13, 73
    • Clawson, Ken W., 8
    • Clements, William P., Jr.:
    • Clift, A. Denis, 50
    • Close Air Support (CAS), 2
    • Cohen, Jerry, 196
    • Colbert, Evelyn, 87
    • Colby, William E.:
    • Cole, Kenneth R., Jr., 8, 13, 24
    • Collier, Harold R., 13
    • Commerce, U.S. Department of, 93, 94, 97, 98
    • Committee on Foreign Intelligence (CFI), 163
    • Conable, Barber B., Jr., 13, 24, 72, 73, 81
    • Conference of the Committee on Disarmament (CCD), 126
    • Congress, U.S. (see also Congress, U.S., Acts of):
      • Chemical weapons policy, 51, 126
      • Civil defense policy, 92
      • Defense Department relations with, 2
      • Domestic bases, 43
      • Economic aid policy, 64
      • Military aid policy, 64, 72, 78, 81, 103
      • Military budget:
        • Defense Review Panel discussions, 76, 83
        • Ford-bipartisan Senatorial discussions, 74
        • Ford-House Budget Committee discussions, 73
        • Ford-JCS discussions, 42
        • Ford-Rumsfeld discussions, 65, 69, 70
        • Ford-Schlesinger discussions, 43
        • Ford-Senate Steering Committee discussions, 63
        • Nixon-JCS discussions, 28
        • Nixon memoranda, 9
        • Nixon-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 13, 24
        • Nixon-Senate Appropriations Committee discussions, 7
      • Naval forces, 110
      • Senate Appropriations Committee, 7
      • Senate Committee on Armed Services, 1
      • Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 37
      • Stockpile planning, 10, 16, 56, 68, 94, 97, 98
      • War Powers Resolution, 26
    • Congress, U.S., Acts of:
      • Defense Production Act (1950), 93
      • Employment Act (1946), 93
      • Federal Civil Defense Act (1950), 117
      • Foreign Assistance Act (1975), 53
      • International Security Assistance and Arms Export Control Act (1976), 89, 103, 112, 119
      • Jackson-Nunn Amendment, 42
      • Mining and Minerals Policy Act (1970), 93
      • Rivers Amendment, 44
      • Strategic and Critical Materials Stock Piling Act (1946), 93
      • Treaty on Underground Nuclear Explosions for Peaceful Purposes (1976), 126
      • Tunney Amendment, 43
      • War Powers Resolution (1973), 26
    • Connor, Jim, 92, 130, 181
    • Control of escalation concept, 17
    • Cook, Marlow, 13
    • Cook, Richard K., 13
    • Cotter, Donald R., 36
    • Cotton, Norris, 13, 24
    • Council on International Economic Policy (CIEP), 93, 94, 97, 98
    • Council on International Economic Policy Study Memoranda, CIEPSM 33 (NSSM 197, “Critical Imported Commodities”), 56, 68, 94
    • Covey, James P., 90
    • Cox, Archibald, 26
    • Cranston, Alan, 43, 64
    • Cregar, William O., 157
    • Cruise missiles, 45, 48, 55, 59, 73, 74
    • Cuba, 43
    • Currie, Malcolm, 73
    • Curtis, Carl T., 74, 81
    • Cushman, Gen. Robert E., Jr., 6, 42
    • David, Edward E., Jr., 104, 179, 181
    • Davies, Rodger P., 35
    • Davies, Thomas D., 51, 128
    • Davis, Jeanne W.:
      • B–1 bomber program, 104
      • Chemical weapons policy, 33, 126
      • Civil defense policy, 117, 118, 125
      • Force modernization, 23
      • Military aid policy, 103
      • National security policy overviews, 113
      • Overseas bases, 38
      • SALT contingency planning, 76
      • U.S. policy in Asia, 18
    • Dean, John W., III, 15
    • DeBruler, Col. Henson R., 76, 153, 161
    • DeBruler, Ray, 125
    • Defense, U.S. Department of (DOD) (see also Richardson, Elliot L.; Rumsfeld, Donald; Schlesinger, James R.):
    • Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), 64, 150
    • Defense Manpower Report (1972), 2
    • Defense Policy and Planning Guidance (DPPG) papers, 2, 17, 86
    • Defense Production Act (1950), 93
    • Defense Program Review Committee (DPRC) (see also Defense Review Panel), 2, 18, 23, 66
    • Defense Review Panel (DRP):
    • Defense spending. See Military budget.
    • Deng Xiaoping (Teng Hsiao-p’ing), 37
    • Dent, Frederick B., 8, 15
    • Derrick, Butler, 73
    • Détente (see also U.S.-Soviet relations), 140, 173
    • Devine, Samuel L., 13, 72, 81
    • Diego Garcia base, 28, 29, 38, 42
    • Dixon, George H., 97
    • Dobrynin, Anatoly F., 199
    • Documents not declassified, 54, 100, 131
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 184, 189
      • NSDM 312, 60
      • Verification Panel, 22
    • Dole, Robert, 74
    • Domestic bases, 43, 46
    • Dominici, Pete V., 68, 74
    • Dominick, Peter H., 43
    • Dougherty, Gen. Russell E., 42
    • Draft. See Selective Service.
    • Draper, Charles S., 161
    • Duckett, Carl E., 20, 183, 188, 205
    • Dulles, Allen, 172
    • Dunlop, Dean, 13
    • Dunn, John M., 56
    • Dunn, Thomas P., 125
    • F–14 aircraft, 23
    • Fannin, Paul J., 74
    • Farley, 50
    • Farr, William, 196
    • Federal Civil Defense Act (1950), 117
    • Federal Preparedness Agency (FPA), 94, 97, 98
    • Finch, Lawrence, 157
    • Finney, John W., 58
    • Fiscal policies, 2
    • Fisher, William L., 93
    • Fitzgerald, Cmdr. Maurice D., 200
    • Flanigan, Peter M., 8, 25
    • Fleet ballistic missiles (FBMs), 2
    • Flowerree, Charles C., 83
    • Force modernization (see also Naval forces; Strategic forces):
      • Ash memoranda, 49
      • Defense Program Review Committee discussions, 23
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Nixon-JCS discussions, 28
      • Rumsfeld memoranda, 77
    • Ford, Gerald R.:
      • All-volunteer force, 46
      • Anti-satellite systems, 96, 123, 134
      • Chemical weapons policy, 50, 130
      • Civil defense policy, 92, 120, 129
      • Committee on Foreign Intelligence creation, 163
      • DAR speech (Apr. 21, 1976), 79
      • Documents not declassified, 54, 100, 131
      • Domestic bases, 43, 46
      • ”Halloween Massacre” personnel changes, 61
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 183, 190, 194, 195, 197, 199, 206, 208
      • Military aid policy, 72, 81, 119, 122
      • Military budget:
        • Ash memoranda, 49
        • Bipartisan Senatorial discussions, 74
        • DAR speech (Apr. 21, 1976), 79
        • House Budget Committee discussions, 73
        • JCS discussions, 42
        • Lynn memoranda, 57, 58
        • Lynn-Scowcroft memoranda, 62
        • Nixon-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 13
        • Rumsfeld discussions, 65, 69, 70
        • Schlesinger discussions, 43, 44, 46, 58
        • Senate leadership discussions, 71
        • Senate Steering Committee discussions, 63
      • National Intelligence Estimate process, 159, 169
      • National security policy overviews:
        • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
        • NSC discussions, 115, 120
        • NSDM 348, 135
        • NSSM 246, 102
        • Scowcroft memoranda, 101
        • Speech (1974), 41
        • State of the Union address (1977), 132
      • Naval forces, 58, 73, 132, 133
      • Nuclear policy, 41
      • Nuclear weapons overseas storage, 52
      • Presidency transition, 41
      • SALT contingency planning, 55, 77
      • SALT talks, 59, 74
      • Soviet anti-satellite capabilities, 80
      • Soviet military capabilities:
        • Bipartisan Senatorial discussions, 74
        • Competitive analysis experiment, 165, 169, 172
        • DAR speech (Apr. 21, 1976), 79
        • Defense spending, 164
        • House Budget Committee discussions, 73
        • Kissinger-Rumsfeld discussions, 75
        • Marshall memoranda, 147
        • National Intelligence Estimates, 158
        • PFIAB discussions, 152, 154
        • PFIAB reports, 155
      • Space assets, 91, 96
      • State of the Union address (1976), 65
      • State of the Union address (1977), 132
      • Stockpile planning, 56, 68, 97, 98
      • Strategic forces, 48
      • Telecommunications security, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 181
      • Unified Command Plan, 43
      • U.S. forces overviews, 42
      • U.S. policy in Asia, 86, 87
    • Foreign Assistance Act (1975), 53
    • Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. See President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.
    • 40 Committee, 183, 187, 188, 194, 195, 196, 201, 203, 204, 205
    • Foster, John S., Jr.:
      • Congressional staff trainings, 2
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 200
      • National Intelligence Estimate process, 161, 163, 169
      • National security policy overviews, 6
      • Naval forces, 142
      • Nuclear policy, 17
      • Soviet military capabilities, 152, 153, 154, 161
    • Foster, Richard B., 171
    • Fraser, Donald M., 64
    • Frenzel, William E., 72, 81
    • Frey, James M., 72, 81
    • Fri, Robert, 135
    • Friedersdorf, Max, 24, 63, 74, 81, 92, 126
    • Friedheim, Jerry W., 6
    • Fuerth, Leon S., 115
    • Funseth, Robert L., 90
    • Galvin, Robert W.:
      • Foster, John S., Jr., National Intelligence Estimate process, 161, 163
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 200
      • National Intelligence Estimate process, 169
      • Naval forces, 142
      • Soviet military capabilities, 152, 154, 161, 165
    • Gannon, Frank, 8
    • Garment, Leonard, 8
    • Garn, Edwin J., 63
    • Gelb, Leslie H., 37, 59
    • General purpose forces, 23, 113, 135
    • General Strike Plan (GSP), 17
    • Geneva Conference of the Committee on Disarmament (CCD), 50
    • Geneva Protocol, 50, 126
    • Gergen, David R., 8
    • German Federal Republic (FRG), 37
    • Giaimo, Robert N., 73
    • Gibbons, Sam M., 73
    • Giller, Maj. Gen. Edward B., 157
    • Gilmore, Daniel, 202
    • Gleason, Joseph, 205
    • Goldberg, Lawrence, 97
    • Goldberg, Samuel H., 72
    • Goldwater, Barry, 61, 74
    • Goodby, James E., 83, 87, 109, 111
    • Goodpaster, Gen. Andrew J., 6
    • Gorog, William F., 93, 97, 98
    • Gorshkov, Adm. Sergey, 47
    • Graham, Lt. Gen. Daniel, 147, 171, 174, 198
    • Granger, Col. Clinton E., 50, 86
    • Gray, Gordon:
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 200
      • National Intelligence Estimate process, 161, 169
      • Naval forces, 142
      • Soviet military capabilities, 152, 154, 161
    • Great Britain, 29
    • Greece, 38, 78, 89
    • Greener, 70
    • Greenwald, Joseph A., 90
    • Griffin, Robert P., 13, 24, 72, 81
    • Gromyko, Andrei A., 24
    • Guhin, Michael, 39
    • Guthrie, John, 8
    • Iceland, U.S. military bases in, 38
    • Iklé, Fred C.:
    • India, U.S. military bases in, 28
    • Indian Ocean, 28, 42
    • Ingersoll, Robert S.:
      • Aircraft carriers, 35
      • Chemical weapons policy, 51, 126
      • Documents not declassified, 54
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 190
      • Military aid policy, 53, 64
      • National Intelligence Estimate process, 156
      • SALT contingency planning, 64
      • Stockpile planning, 56
      • Telecommunications security, 176, 177
    • Inman, Rear Adm. Bobby R., 157
    • Inouye, Daniel K., 64, 65
    • Intelligence programs (see also Central Intelligence Agency; Intelligence Reports; National Intelligence Estimate process; National Intelligence Estimates; Net assessment; Special National Intelligence Estimates; specific intelligence topics):
      • Executive Order 11905 reorganization, 163
    • Intelligence Reports:
      • NIO M 76–021J, “Soviet Strategic Objectives: An Alternative View,” 171
      • SR 76–10053, “A Dollar Comparison of Soviet and US Defense Activities 1965–1976,” 162
      • SR 76–10121U, “Estimated Soviet Defense Spending in Rubles, 1970–1975,” 164
      • SR 76–10248, “US–USSR Offensive Strategic Force Balance: Evolution and Measurement, 1965-1976,” 167
      • SR IR 74–7, “Soviet Spending for Defense: A Dollar Cost Comparison of Soviet and US Defense Activity,” 151
    • Inter-Agency Working Group on NSSM 169, 17
    • Interagency Intelligence Memoranda, IIM 76–04, “Soviet Civil Defense,” 166
    • Intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs):
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 76, 111
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Ford-bipartisan Senatorial discussions, 74
      • Ford State of the Union address (1977), 132
      • Goodby-Lord memoranda, 109
      • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37
      • Moorer memoranda, 42
      • Nixon-JCS discussions, 28
      • NSC discussions, 115
      • NSDM 348, 135
      • PFIAB reports, 155
      • Schlesinger memoranda, 48
      • Sonnenfeldt memoranda, 116
      • Soviet capabilities:
        • CIA studies, 160
        • Competitive analysis experiment, 170
        • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
        • Goodby-Lord memoranda, 109
        • NIE 11–3/8–74, 149, 163
        • NIE 11–3/8–75, 158, 159, 161
        • NIE 11–4–77, 173
        • NIE 11–8–73, 141
        • Nixon-Senate Appropriations Committee discussions, 7
        • PFIAB discussions, 161
        • PFIAB reports, 155, 163
        • Special National Intelligence Estimates, 140
        • Tucker memoranda, 2
    • Interim Agreement on Certain Measures with Respect To the Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms (1972), 2
    • Interior, U.S. Department of, 93, 94, 97, 98
    • International Security Assistance and Arms Export Control Act (1976), 89, 103, 112, 119
    • Iran, U.S. military aid to, 45
    • Iraq, 51
    • Israel (see also Middle East), 27, 72
    • Jackson, Henry M. (”Scoop”), 61
    • Jackson-Nunn Amendment, 42
    • Jane, Randy, 111
    • Janka, Leslie A., 72, 73, 74
    • Japan (see also U.S. policy in Asia):
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Responses to U.S. nuclear policy, 31
      • U.S. military bases in, 29, 38
      • U.S. relations with, 28, 107
    • Javits, Jacob K., 24, 43, 64
    • Jayne, Maj. Edward R., II, 97, 114
    • Jenkins, Kempton B., 89
    • Johnson, Albert W., 13
    • Johnson, Donald, 8
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) (see also Moorer, Adm. Thomas H.):
      • Air defense, 2
      • All-volunteer force, 28
      • Chemical weapons policy, 39, 50, 51
      • Military budget, 28, 42
      • National security policy overviews, 6, 106, 116
      • Naval forces, 83
      • Nuclear policy, 17, 36
      • Reorganization of, 1
      • Stockpile planning, 94, 98
      • Unified Command Plan, 43
      • U.S. forces overviews, 42
    • Joint Strategic Bomber Study (JSBS), 104
    • Jones, Gen. David C., 42
    • Jordan, Amos A., 87
    • Joshua, Wynfred, 59
    • M–X missile program:
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 76, 111
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Ford State of the Union address (1977), 132
      • Goodby-Lord memoranda, 109
      • Moorer memoranda, 42
      • NSC discussions, 115
      • Schlesinger memoranda, 48
      • Sonnenfeldt memoranda, 116
    • McAfee, William, 196
    • McAuliffe, Eugene V., 121, 124
    • McClellan, John L.:
      • ”Halloween Massacre” personnel changes, 61
      • Military aid policy, 64
      • Military budget, 7, 27, 42, 71, 74
    • McCloskey, Robert, 64, 78, 89, 90
    • McClure, James A., 63, 68, 74
    • MacDonald, Donald, 53, 87
    • McFall, John J., 43
    • McNamara, Robert, 1
    • Maheu, Robert, 188
    • Mahlberg, Col. Don, 128
    • Mahon, George H., 27, 37, 69, 120, 152
    • Mailliard, William S., 24
    • Malek, Frederic V., 8, 10, 16
    • Mansfield, Michael J., 6
    • Marsh, John O., Jr. (Jack), 74, 81, 190, 197
    • Marshall, Andrew W., 136, 147, 148, 171
    • Martin, James G., 13
    • MATADOR, Project. See Hughes Glomar Explorer mission.
    • Materiel Support Planning Guidance (MSPG), 2
    • Mathison, Col. Theodore E., 118
    • Matthews, Leonard, 97
    • Maw, Carlyle E., 35, 64, 78, 90
    • May, Michael M., 104
    • Michel, James H., 78
    • Michel, Robert H., 24, 72, 81
    • Middendorf, J. William, 47
    • Middle East, 28, 113
    • Military aid policy:
      • Borg memoranda, 112
      • Ford-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 72, 81
      • International Security Assistance and Arms Export Control Act (1976), 89, 103, 112, 119
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 64, 90
      • McCloskey memoranda, 89
      • NSDM 342, 122
      • NSSM 223, 53, 88
      • NSSM 243, 85, 103
      • Plowden memoranda, 112
      • Scowcroft memoranda, 119
      • Vest-McCloskey memoranda, 78
    • Military Assistance Advisory Groups (MAAGs). See Military aid policy.
    • Military bases. See Domestic bases; Overseas bases.
    • Military budget:
      • Ash memoranda, 49
      • Cabinet meeting discussions, 8, 15, 25
      • Chemical weapons policy and, 50, 126
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 76, 83
      • Ford-bipartisan Senatorial discussions, 74
      • Ford DAR speech (Apr. 21, 1976), 79
      • Ford-House Budget Committee discussions, 73
      • Ford-JCS discussions, 42
      • Ford-Rumsfeld discussions, 65, 69, 70
      • Ford-Schlesinger discussions, 43, 44, 46, 58
      • Ford-Senate leadership discussions, 71
      • Ford-Senate Steering Committee discussions, 63
      • Ford State of the Union address (1976), 65
      • Inter-Agency Working Group report, 17
      • Lynn memoranda, 57, 58
      • Lynn-Scowcroft memoranda, 62
      • National security policy overviews and, 111, 113
      • Nixon-JCS discussions, 28
      • Nixon memoranda, 9
      • Nixon-Moorer discussions, 14, 28
      • Nixon-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 13, 24
      • Nixon-Rogers discussions, 7
      • Nixon-Schlesigner-Ash discussions, 27
      • Nixon-Senate Appropriations Committee discussions, 7
      • Nixon speech (Mar. 29, 1973), 14
      • NSC discussions, 84
      • SALT contingency planning and, 55, 57, 76, 77
      • Schlesinger memoranda, 48
      • Sullivan memoranda, 62
    • Military Transport Aviation (VTA), 113
    • Miller, Robert H., 90
    • Mining and Minerals Policy Act (1970), 93
    • Mink, Patsy, 73
    • Minuteman ICBMs, 2, 28, 37, 48, 76, 109, 155
    • Missiles (see also Cruise missiles; Intercontinental ballistic missiles; M-X missile program):
      • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37, 45
      • Moorer memoranda, 42
      • Nixon-JCS discussions, 28
      • Schlesinger memoranda, 48
      • Trident, 48, 57
      • Tucker memoranda, 2
    • Mitchell, Parren, 73
    • Molander, Roger, 125
    • Moore, 72
    • Moore, Jonathan, 6
    • Moore, Richard A., 8
    • Moorer, Adm. Thomas H.:
    • Moot, Robert C., 2
    • Morell, William N., Jr., 157
    • Morgan, Thomas E., 64, 74
    • Morrell, William, 23
    • Morton, Rogers C. B., 15, 25, 56, 61
    • Mulcahy, Edward W., 64
    • Multiple independently retargetable reentry vehicles (MIRVs):
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 76
      • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37
      • Schlesinger memoranda, 48
      • Soviet capabilities, 13, 113, 141, 149, 158
    • Murphy, Adm. Daniel J., 6
    • Murphy, John M., 52
    • Murphy, Robert D., 169
    • Muskie, Edmund S., 46, 55, 71
    • Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction (MBFR) talks:
      • Cabinet meeting discussions, 8
      • Inter-Agency Working Group report, 17
      • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37
      • Nixon memoranda, 9
      • Nixon-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 13
      • Nixon-Senate Appropriations Committee discussions, 7
      • Tucker memoranda, 2
      • U.S. nuclear weapons in Europe and, 52
    • Narwhal submarines, 37, 58
    • National Intelligence Estimate process:
    • National Intelligence Estimates:
      • NIE 11–3/8–74, “Soviet Forces for Intercontinental Conflict through 1985,” 149, 152, 153, 154, 155, 159, 160, 163
      • NIE 11–3/8–75, “Soviet Forces for Intercontinental Conflict Through the Mid-80s,” 157, 158, 159, 161, 163
      • NIE 11–3/8–76, “Soviet Forces for Strategic Nuclear Conflict Through the Mid-1980s,” 170
      • NIE 11–4–77, “Soviet Strategic Objectives,” 173
      • NIE 11–8–73, “Soviet Forces for Intercontinental Attack,” 141, 144, 145
      • NIE 11–15–74, “Soviet Naval Policy and Programs,” 150, 153
      • NIE 13–8–73, “China’s Strategic Attack Programs,” 137
      • NIE 13–8–74, “China’s Strategic Attack Programs,” 146
      • NIE 13–76, “PRC Defense Policy and Armed Forces,” 168
    • National Nuclear Targeting and Attack Policy (NNTAP), 2
    • National Security Agency (NSA), 64
    • National Security Council (NSC):
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 187, 190
      • Military aid policy, 112
      • National security policy overviews, 115, 120
      • Naval forces, 84, 110
      • Richardson role, 1
      • SALT talks, 55
      • Soviet military capabilities, 172
      • Stockpile planning, 97
    • National Security Decision Memoranda (NSDM):
      • No. 16, “Criteria for Strategic Sufficiency,” 17, 30, 113
      • No. 27, “U.S. Military Posture,” 18, 21, 94, 113
      • No. 35, “US Policy on Chemical Warfare Program and Bacteriological/biological Research Program,” 39, 50, 126
      • No. 182, “Security of U.S. Telecommunications,” 182
      • No. 184, “United States Civil Defense Policy,” 92, 118
      • No. 203, “Revised Guidelines for Stockpile Planning,” 3, 56, 68, 94
      • No. 208, “Standby Draft,” 11
      • No. 224, “National Net Assessment Process,” 138
      • No. 230, “U.S. Strategy and Forces for Asia,” 21, 94
      • No. 239, “National Net Assessment Process,” 147
      • No. 242, “Policy for Planning the Employment of Nuclear Weapons,” 30, 31, 36, 113, 117
      • No. 266, “Improved Security of Telecommunications,” 176
      • No. 296, “Improved Communications Security,” 177
      • No. 312 (document not declassified), 60
      • No. 333, “Enhanced Survivability of Critical U.S. Military and Intelligence Space Systems,” 91
      • No. 337, “Strategic and Critical Materials Stockpile,” 99
      • No. 338, “Further Improvements in Telecommunications Security,” 180
      • No. 342, “Organizations To Perform Security Assistance Functions,” 122
      • No. 344, “Navy Shipbuilding Program,” 133
      • No. 345, “U.S. Anti-Satellite Capabilities,” 134
      • No. 348, “U.S. Defense Policy and Military Posture,” 135
    • National security policy overviews:
    • National Security Study Memoranda (NSSM):
      • No. 3, “U.S. Military Posture and Balance of Power,” 66, 82, 94, 101, 113
      • No. 57, “Review of U.S. Civil Defense Policies,” 92
      • No. 129, “U.S. Policy and Post-Tito Yugoslavia,” 20
      • No. 157, “Review of U.S. Position on Chemical Weapons Prohibitions,” 33, 39, 50, 126
      • No. 168, “US NATO Policies and Programs,” 17
      • No. 169, “U.S. Nuclear Policy,” 4, 17, 30
      • No. 171, “U.S. Strategy for Asia,” 5, 17, 18
      • No. 177, “Military Missions Involving Naval Forces,” 12, 47, 143
      • No. 178, “Program for National Net Assessment,” 136
      • No. 186, “National Net Assessment of the Comparative Costs and Capabilities of U.S. and Soviet Military Establishments,” 139, 147
      • No. 191, “Policy for Acquisition of U.S. Nuclear Forces,” 30, 32, 66
      • No. 192, “Chemical Weapons Policy,” 33, 39, 51, 126
      • No. 196, “Overseas Military Base Structure,” 34, 38, 40
      • No. 197 (CIEPSM 33), “Critical Imported Commodities,” 56, 68, 94
      • No. 210, “Review of Japan Policy for the President’s Visit to Japan,” 86
      • No. 223, “Review of U.S. Policy on Arms Transfers,” 53, 88
      • No. 228, “Strategic and Critical Stockpile Planning Guidance,” 56, 68, 93, 94
      • No. 235, “Review of U.S. Interests and Security Objectives in the Asia-Pacific Region—Issue: Military Bases Negotiations with the Philippines,” 67, 86, 87
      • No. 243, “MAAG Requirement Study,” 85, 103
      • No. 244, “U.S. Civil Defense Policy,” 95, 117, 118, 124, 125, 129
      • No. 246, “National Defense Policy and Military Posture,” 102, 105, 106, 111, 113, 114, 115, 116, 120
    • National Strategic Targeting and Attack Policy (NSTAP), 17
    • Naval forces:
      • Defense Program Review Committee discussions, 23
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 82, 83, 111
      • Ford-House Budget Committee discussions, 73
      • Ford-Schlesinger discussions, 58
      • Ford State of the Union address (1977), 132
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 35
      • NDSM 344, 133
      • NSC discussions, 84
      • NSC papers, 110
      • NSSM 177, 12, 47, 143
      • PFIAB discussions, 142
      • Soviet capabilities, 47, 82, 83, 87, 113, 142, 143, 150, 173
      • Sullivan memoranda, 47
    • Naval Petroleum Reserves, 49
    • Negus, Gordon, 171
    • Nelson, William E., 194, 207
    • Nessen, Ronald H., 74
    • Net assessment:
    • Newsom, David D., 29
    • Nitze, Paul H., 104, 171, 174
    • Nixon, Richard M.:
      • All-volunteer force, 23, 28, 46
      • Cabinet meetings, 8, 15, 25
      • Chemical weapons policy, 33, 50
      • Defense Department reorganization, 1
      • Force modernization, 28
      • Gromyko meetings, 24
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 183
      • Military budget, 9
        • Cabinet meeting discussions, 8, 15, 25
        • JCS discussions, 28
        • Moorer discussions, 14, 28
        • Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 13, 24
        • Schlesigner-Ash discussions, 27
        • Senate Appropriations Committee discussions, 7
        • Speech (Mar. 29, 1973), 14
      • Moscow Summit (1974), 37, 50
      • National security policy overviews, 6
      • Naval forces, 142, 143
      • Net assessment, 136
      • Nuclear policy, 1, 4, 30, 31, 32
      • On peace, 25
      • Overseas bases, 28
      • Resignation, 41
      • Soviet military capabilities, 7, 13, 144, 145
      • Speech (Mar. 29, 1973), 14
      • Stockpile planning, 3, 10, 16, 94
      • U.S. policy in Asia, 2, 6, 18, 21
      • War Powers Resolution (1973), 26
    • Nixon Doctrine, 2, 6
    • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 2, 17
    • North Korea. See Korea, Democratic Republic of.
    • Nosenzo, Louis V., 109
    • Nuclear Command Authority (NCA), 17
    • Nuclear policy:
    • Nuclear weapons (see also National Nuclear Targeting and Attack Policy; Nuclear policy; Soviet military capabilities; Strategic forces):
    • Nunn, Sam, 74
    • Ober, 175, 178
    • Obey, David R., 72
    • Odeen, Philip, 3, 18, 19, 23
    • O’Donnell, Patrick E., 63
    • Office of Management and Budget, U.S. (OMB), 93, 94, 98, 112, 119
    • Ogilvie, Donald G.:
      • Chemical weapons policy, 128
      • Civil defense policy, 125
      • Military budget, 44, 76
      • National security policy overviews, 111, 114
      • Naval forces, 111
      • SALT contingency planning, 76
      • Stockpile planning, 97
    • Olmer, Cmdr. Lionel, 161, 200
    • O’Neill, Paul, 55, 74
    • O’Neill, Thomas “Tip,” 73
    • Operations Advisory Group (OAG), 208
    • Overseas bases:
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 29
      • Nixon-JCS discussions, 28
      • NSSM 196, 34, 38, 40
      • NSSM 235, 67
    • Packwood, Bob, 81
    • Pakistan, U.S. military bases in, 28
    • Parker, David N., 8
    • Passage, David, 90
    • Pastore, John, 52
    • Patton, James M., 88
    • Pauly, Lt. Gen. John W., 51, 205, 207
    • Pell, Claiborne, 43
    • Pepitone, Byron V., 102
    • Percy, Charles H., 24
    • Perkins, Courtland, 104
    • Philippines, U.S. military bases in, 29, 38, 67
    • Pickering, Thomas R., 29
    • Pinckney, Col. T. C., 18
    • Pipes, Richard, 171, 174
    • Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS), 2
    • Plowden, Robert B., Jr., 112, 119
    • Polaris submarines, 48, 154, 155
    • Porter, William J., 23
    • Potter, David S., 188
    • President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB):
    • Price, Melvin, 126
    • Price, Raymond K., Jr., 8
    • Prisley, Capt. John P., 171
    • Proctor, Edward W., 148, 151
    • Project 186, 147
    • Project AZORIAN. See Hughes Glomar Explorer mission.
    • Project MATADOR. See Hughes Glomar Explorer mission.
    • Proxmire, William, 92
    • Randolph, Jennings, 24
    • Ratiner, Leigh, 202
    • Ratliff, Rob Roy:
    • Ray, Dixy Lee, 31, 32
    • Reagan, Ronald, 75, 79
    • Rectanus, Vice Adm. Earl F., 137
    • Red Integrated Strategic Operations Plan (RISOP), 144, 145
    • Resor, Stanley R., 52
    • Rhodes, John J., 13, 72
    • Richardson, Elliot L.:
      • Appointment, 1
      • Defense Policy and Planning Guidance, 17
      • ”Halloween Massacre” personnel changes, 61
      • Military budget, 8, 9, 15, 25
      • National security policy overviews, 2, 6
      • Naval forces, 12
      • Net assessment, NSSM 178, 136
      • Nuclear policy, 1, 4
      • Nuclear weapons, 52
      • Selective Service, 11
      • Stockpile planning, 3, 99
      • Telecommunications security, 182
      • U.S. policy in Asia, 5
      • Vietnam War, 2
    • Rivers, L. Mendel, 43, 44
    • Rivers Amendment, 44
    • Roberge, Col. Ronald A., 20
    • Robinson, Charles W.:
    • Rockefeller, Nelson:
      • ”Halloween Massacre” personnel changes, 61
      • Military aid policy, 72
      • National security policy overviews, 120
      • Naval forces, 83, 142
      • Soviet military capabilities, 144, 153, 172
      • Telecommunications security, 182
    • Rogers, William D., 64, 90
    • Rogers, William P.:
      • Military budget, 7, 8, 9
      • Naval forces, 12
      • Nuclear policy, 4
      • Stockpile planning, 3
      • U.S. policy in Asia, 5, 21
      • U.S.-Soviet military balance, 136, 138, 139
    • Romanov, Valentin A., 202
    • Rooney, Frederick B., 81
    • Ruckelshaus, William D., 8
    • Rumsfeld, Donald:
    • Rush, Kenneth, 18, 21, 25, 31, 33, 34, 35
    • Safeguard ABM system, 2
    • SALT I Accords (1972), 2, 6, 17, 140
    • Sampson, Arthur F., 3, 56, 99, 177
    • Sarbanes, Paul S., 72
    • Satellites. See Anti-satellite systems; Space assets.
    • Saunders, Harold H., 90
    • Scali, John A., 8
    • Schaufele, William E., Jr., 90
    • Schlesinger, James R.:
      • All-volunteer force, 28, 46
      • B–1 bomber program, 37, 45
      • Chemical weapons policy, 33
      • Domestic bases, 43, 46
      • “Halloween Massacre” personnel changes, 61
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 187, 190, 195, 197, 201
      • Military aid policy, 53
      • Military budget, 48
        • Ash memoranda, 49
        • Cabinet meeting discussions, 25
        • Ford discussions, 43, 44, 46, 58
        • Lynn memoranda, 57
        • Nixon discussions, 27
        • Nixon-JCS discussions, 28
        • Nixon-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 24
        • Sullivan memoranda, 62
      • National Intelligence Estimate process, 156
      • National security policy overviews, 2
      • Naval forces, 12, 47, 58
      • Nuclear policy:
        • Ford memoranda, 41
        • Inter-Agency Working Group report, 17
        • Kissinger-Defense Department discussions, 19, 20
        • Kissinger-JCS discussions, 36
        • National Security Study Memoranda, 4
        • NSDM 242, 31
        • NSSM 191, 32
      • Overseas bases, 34, 38
      • SALT contingency planning, 55
      • SALT talks, 37
      • Soviet military capabilities, 139, 144, 145, 147, 148, 151
      • Stockpile planning, 56
      • Strategic forces, 48
      • Telecommunications security, 175, 176, 177, 180, 182
      • Unified Command Plan, 43
      • U.S. forces overviews, 42
      • U.S. policy in Asia, 5, 18, 21, 86
    • Schmidt, Helmut, 6
    • Schneebeli, Herman T., 73
    • Schoning, Maj. Gen. William, 18
    • Schultz, Charles L., 73
    • Scott, Hugh, 13, 24, 43, 63, 72, 74, 81
    • Scott, Stanley S., 8
    • Scowcroft, Brig. Gen. Brent:
    • Sea-launched cruise missiles (SLCMs), 48, 55, 74
    • Seamans, Robert C., Jr., 6
    • Security assistance. See Military aid policy.
    • Seith, Lt. Gen. Louis T., 17
    • Selective Service, 11
    • Senior Review Group:
    • Shanahan, Eileen, 74
    • Shipbuilding. See Naval forces.
    • Shlaudeman, Harry W., 90
    • Short range cruise missiles (SRAMs), 45, 59
    • Shriver, Garner E., 73
    • Shultz, George P., 152, 154, 200
    • Sidey, Hugh, 37
    • Simon, William E., 8, 10, 15, 25, 56, 81, 99
    • Single Integrated Operational Plan (SIOP):
      • Colby memoranda, 145
      • Ford briefing, 41
      • Inter-Agency Working Group report, 17
      • Kissinger-Defense Department discussions, 19, 20
      • Nixon-Richardson discussions, 1
      • PFIAB reports, 144
    • Sisco, Joseph J.:
    • Sitton, Lt. Gen. Ray B., 124
    • Slighton, Robert, 148
    • Smith, K. Wayne, 37
    • Smith, Lt. Gen. William Y., 76, 83, 87, 114, 125
    • Smith, Neal, 73
    • Sneider, Richard, 18
    • Sober, Sidney, 64, 90
    • Sohmer, Arthur, 8
    • Solomon, Richard H., 86, 87
    • Sonnenfeldt, Helmut:
      • Chemical weapons policy, 50, 51, 128
      • Civil defense policy, 118, 125
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission, 187
      • M–X missile program, 109, 116
      • Military aid policy, 90
      • Military budget, 76
      • National security policy overviews, 106, 114, 116
      • Naval forces, 83
      • SALT contingency planning, 76
      • Soviet military capabilities, 154
    • South Korea. See Korea, Republic of.
    • Soviet military capabilities (see also Backfire bombers):
    • Soviet strategic policy:
      • Competitive analysis experiment, 171
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • NIE 11–3/8–74, 149
      • NIE 11–3/8–75, 158
      • NIE 11–4–77, 173
      • Special National Intelligence Estimates, 140
    • Soviet Union. See Soviet military capabilities; Soviet strategic policy; U.S.-Soviet military balance; U.S.-Soviet relations.
    • Space assets:
    • Spain, 29, 38, 78
    • Special National Intelligence Estimates, SNIE 11–4–73, “Soviet Strategic Arms Programs and Détente: What Are They Up To?,” 140
    • Spiers, Ronald I., 17
    • Springsteen, George S., Jr., 35, 50, 64, 86
    • SS–X–16 bombers (Soviet), 140
    • SS–X–18 bombers (Soviet), 141, 152
    • SS–X–20 bombers (Soviet), 113
    • SS9 missiles (Soviet), 7
    • Stabler, Wells, 35
    • Stafford, Robert T., 81
    • State, U.S. Department of:
    • State-Defense Study Group reports, SDG 68–033, “A Study of US Overseas Base Requirements in the 1970’s,” 34, 38
    • Stein, Herbert, 8, 10, 13, 25
    • Stennis, John C., 20, 27, 51, 71, 74, 83, 126
    • Stevens, Theodore F. (Ted), 43, 72, 81
    • Stockpile planning:
    • Stoertz, Howard, 153, 157, 161, 174
    • Stokes, Louis, 73
    • Stone, Richard, 74
    • Strategic and Critical Materials Stock Piling Act (1946), 93
    • Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks (see also SALT I Accords):
      • B–1 bomber program and, 104
      • Cabinet meeting discussions, 8
      • Contingency planning, 55, 57, 64, 76, 77
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Ford-bipartisan Senatorial discussions, 74
      • Ford-Kissinger discussions, 59
      • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37
      • National Intelligence Estimates, 158, 170
      • Nixon memoranda, 9
      • Nixon-Senate Appropriations Committee discussions, 7
      • NSC discussions, 55, 120
      • Tucker memoranda, 2
      • Vladivostok Accord, 48, 50
    • Strategic forces (see also Bombers; Intercontinental ballistic missiles; Strategic Arms Limitation talks; Submarine-launched ballistic missiles; specific weapons):
    • Strategic Materials Stockpile. See Stockpile planning.
    • Strategic Nuclear Delivery Vehicles (SNDVs), 104
    • Strategic threat. See Soviet military capabilities.
    • Stratton, Samuel S., 43
    • Submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs):
    • Submarines (see also Hughes Glomar Explorer mission; Submarine-launched ballistic missiles; Trident submarines):
    • Sullivan, Leonard, 47, 62
    • Symington, Stuart, 20
    • Taiwan, 18
    • Talcott, Burt L., 13
    • Talmadge, Herman E., 74
    • Tanaka, Kakuei, 6
    • Tanker-transport-bombers (TTBs), 37
    • Tarr, Curtis W., 11
    • Taylor, Herbert W., 157
    • Team B. See Competitive analysis experiment under Soviet military capabilities.
    • Telecommunications security:
      • Adm. George Anderson memoranda, 178
      • Kissinger memoranda, 175
      • National Security Decision Memoranda, 176, 177, 180, 182
      • PFIAB discussions, 154
      • Scowcroft-Cannon memoranda, 181
      • Scowcroft memoranda, 179
    • Teller, Edward:
    • Thailand:
      • U.S. military presence in, 18, 28, 38, 42
      • U.S. stockpile planning and, 16
    • Theater nuclear forces (TNF) (see also Nuclear policy), 17, 113
    • Thorsness, Leo K., 43
    • Thurmond, Strom, 24, 61, 63, 71, 74
    • Tighe, Lt. Gen. Eugene F., Jr., 157
    • Timmons, William E., 8, 9, 13, 24, 25
    • Titan missiles, 48
    • Total force planning, 2
    • Tower, John, 1, 13, 24, 72, 74, 92
    • Train, Vice Adm. Harry D., II, 38
    • Train, Russell, 8
    • Treasury, U.S. Department of, 93, 94, 97, 98
    • Treaty on Underground Nuclear Explosions for Peaceful Purposes (1976), 126
    • Triad capabilities (see also Bombers; Intercontinental ballistic missiles; Submarine-launched ballistic missiles), 17, 113, 135, 145, 163
    • Trident missiles, 48, 57
    • Trident submarines:
      • Defense Program Review Committee discussions, 23
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 83
      • Ford DAR speech (Apr. 21, 1976), 79
      • Ford-Schlesinger discussions, 58
      • Ford State of the Union address (1977), 132
      • Inter-Agency Working Group report, 17
      • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37
      • Lynn memoranda, 57
      • Lynn-Scowcroft memoranda, 62
      • Schlesinger memoranda, 48
    • Trudeau, Pierre, 6
    • Tucker, Gardiner L., 2, 17
    • Tunney, John V., 43
    • Tunney Amendment, 43
    • Turkey, U.S. military aid to, 72, 78, 89
    • Twombly, John, 18
    • Ullman, Albert C., 43
    • Unified Command Plan, 43
    • United States Intelligence Board (USIB), 157
    • U.S. forces in Europe. See Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction talks.
    • U.S. forces overviews, 42
    • U.S. policy in Asia:
      • Defense Program Review Committee discussions, 18
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Ford Honolulu speech (Dec. 7, 1975), 86, 87
      • Interdepartmental Group for East Asia reports, 107
      • Nixon Doctrine, 2, 6
      • NSDM 230, 21, 94
      • NSSM 171, 5, 18, 21
      • NSSM 235, 67, 86, 87
      • Nuclear policy, 17
      • Senior Review Group discussions, 86, 87
    • U.S.-Soviet military balance (see also Soviet military capabilities; Strategic Arms Limitation talks):
      • Chemical weapons, 121, 126, 128
      • CIA studies, 160
      • Civil defense policy and, 92, 111, 124
      • Defense Program Review Committee discussions, 23
      • Defense Review Panel discussions, 83
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Defense spending, 151, 162
      • Ford DAR speech (Apr. 21, 1976), 79
      • Ford-House Budget Committee discussions, 73
      • Ford-Kissinger-Rumsfeld discussions, 75
      • Ford State of the Union address (1977), 132
      • Intelligence Reports, 167
      • M–X missile program and, 109
      • Marshall memoranda, 147
      • Naval forces, 47, 82, 83, 142, 143
      • NSDM 224, 138
      • NSSM 178, 136
      • NSSM 186, 139, 147
      • NSSM 246 and, 111
      • PFIAB discussions, 142
      • PFIAB reports, 155, 163
      • Schlesinger memoranda, 148
      • Sullivan memoranda, 47
      • Team B reports, 174
    • U.S.-Soviet relations (see also Détente):
      • Brezhnev U.S. visit (1973), 7
      • Defense Review Panel reports, 113
      • Détente, 140, 173
      • Hughes Glomar Explorer mission and, 199, 200, 202, 206
      • Kissinger-Schlesinger discussions, 37
      • Moscow Summit (1974), 37, 50
      • Nixon-Gromyko meetings, 24
      • Nixon-JCS discussions, 6
      • Nixon-Republican Congressional leadership discussions, 13
      • Nixon-Senate Appropriations Committee discussions, 7
      • Soviet responses to U.S. nuclear policy, 31
    • Wade, Gen. Horace M., 6
    • Wade, James P., Jr.:
    • Walsh, Paul, 125
    • Walters, Lt. Gen. Vernon A., 18, 21, 43, 51, 87, 157
    • War Powers Resolution (1973), 26
    • Warner, John S., 6, 207
    • Watergate scandal, 15, 26, 41
    • Weber, Carl, 128
    • Weinberger, Caspar W., 8, 25
    • Weinel, Vice Adm. John P., 18
    • Weiss, Seymour, 23, 29, 35, 171, 174
    • Welch, Capt. Edward F., Jr., 20
    • Welch, Maj. Gen. Jasper, 171
    • Wells, William, 194
    • Western Europe (see also North Atlantic Treaty Organization):
      • Responses to U.S. nuclear policy, 31
      • U.S. nuclear weapons storage, 52
    • Weyand, 97
    • Whitaker, John C., 8
    • Whitehead, Clay T., 176
    • Wickham, Maj. Gen. John A., Jr., 19, 31, 38, 48, 147, 148
    • Wiggins, Charles E., 72, 81
    • Wiley, Richard E., 182
    • Williams, Edward B., 169
    • Wilson, Bob, 13
    • Wolfe, Thomas, 171
    • Wolfowitz, Paul, 171, 174
    • Wolthuis, Robert K., 74
    • Wood, Gen. Robert J., 34, 38
    • Wright, James C., Jr., 73
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