Dirk Jameson

former Deputy Commander in Chief, US Strategic Command

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Former Deputy Commander in Chief of US Strategic Command (retired as Lieutenant General in 1996), he held a number of high level positions in the nuclear arena including commanding all the US Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Forces; member of the Consensus for American Security, a nonpartisan group of retired military leaders working to support START

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The  START Treaty  was negotiated by George W. Bush to allow the US to monitor Russia's missile development, but it expired last December.

Has START Stalled?

The START Treaty was negotiated by George W. Bush to allow the US to monitor Russia's missile development, but it expired last December.

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