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Treaty on Open Skies: OSCC Decisions, Pre-Entry-Into-Force & 2001



-Decision One - Distribution of Costs Arising Under The Treaty on Open Skies (12/10/1992)  [207 Kb]
-Decision Two - Additional Non-destructive-testing Equipment (06/29/1992)  [68 Kb]
-Decision Three - Methodology for Calculating the Minimum Height Above Ground Level at Which Each Optical Camera Installed on an Observation Aircraft May be Operated During an Observation Flight ( 06/29/1992)  [109 Kb]
-Decision Four - Minimum Camera Specification for an Observation Aircraft of an Observed Party Exercising Its Right to Provide an Observation Aircraft for an Observation Flight  [71 Kb]
-Decision Five - Responsibility for the Processing of Film Used During an Observation Flight  [70 Kb]
-Decision Six - Rules Of Procedure and Working Methods of the Open Skies Consultative Commission  [378 Kb]
-Decision Seven - Methodology for Determining the Ground Resolution of a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) (12/10/1992)  [317 Kb]
-Decision Eight - Intervals at Which Data Shall Be Annotated with Information 07/16/1993  [74 Kb]
-Decision Nine - Codes Other Than Alphanumeric Values to Be Used for the Annotation Of Data (07/16/1993)  [74 Kb]
- Decision Ten - Scale of Distribution for the Common Expenses Associated with the Operation of the Open Skies Consultative Commission (07/16/1993)  [205 Kb]
-Decision Eleven - Financial and Administrative Questions, Relating to Point VI of Decision OSCC/I/Dec.6 of 29 June 1992 (07/16/1993)  [76 Kb]
-Decision Twelve - Information to be Provided Together with Calibration Target Diagrams (12/06/1993)  [157 Kb]
-Decision Thirteen - Methodology for Calculating the Minimum Permissible Flight Altitude When Using Optical and Video Cameras (04/18/1994)  [211 Kb]
-Decision Fourteen - Methodology for Calculating the Minimum Height Above Ground Level at Which Each Video Camera with Real Time Display Installed on an Observation Aircraft May Be Operated During an Observation Flight (10/12/1994)  [492 Kb]
-Decision Fifteen - Methodology for Calculating the Minimum Height Above Ground Level at Which Each Infrared Line-scanning Device Installed on an Observation Aircraft May Be Operated During an Observation Flight (10/12/1994)  [477 Kb]
-Decision Sixteen - Calibration of Ground Processing Equipment, Used for the Determination of Hmin From Video Cameras or Infrared Linescanning Devices and for Calibrating Ground-based Tape Reproducers Used to Replay Data from SAR Sensors (10/12/1994)  [1481 Kb]
-Decision Seventeen - The Format in Which Data is to Be Recorded and Exchanged on Recording Media Other Than Photographic Film (10/12/1994)  [93 Kb]
-Decision Eighteen - Mandatory Time Period For Storing And Sharing Data Recorded During An Observation Flight (10/12/1994)  [43 Kb]
-Decision Nineteen - Supplementary Provisions For The Completion Of The Mission Plan And For The Conduct Of An Observation Flight (10/12/1994)  [115 Kb]
-Decision Twenty - Provisions For A Three-letter And Telephony Designator For The Open Skies Consultative Commission And Aircraft Identification For Open Skies Flights (06/12/1995)  [80 Kb]
-Decision Twenty One - Establishment Of An Open Skies Central Data Bank (10/23/1995)  [56 Kb]
-Decision Twenty Two - Provisions For The Use Of A Standard "Pre-flight Inspection Report" (03/18/1996)  [82 Kb]
-Decision 1/01 - OSCC Decision On The Working Modalities Of The OSCC (06/25/2001)  [52 Kb]
-Decision 2/01 - OSCC Decision On The Informal Working Groups Of The Open Skies Consultative Commission (10/29/2001)  [66 Kb]
-Decision 3/01 - Provisions For The Initial Certification Period (12/17/2001)  [57 Kb]
-Decision 4/01 - Rules Of Procedure And Working Methods Of The Open Skies Consultative Commission (12/17/2001)  [55 Kb]

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