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The Toon mission to Russia: New information on POW/MIA"s hearing before the Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, ... Congress, second session, July 1, 1992 by United States

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Number of Pages83
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ISBN 100160398789
ISBN 109780160398780

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TASK FORCE RUSSIA -- REPORT 17 MARCH APRIL 18TH REPORT. TASK FORCE RUSSIA (POW/MIA) REPORT TO THE U.S. DELEGATION, U.S.-RUSSIAN JOINT COMMISSION ON POW/MIAs. 23 APRIL HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS. This report has been prepared for the use of the Commission in pursuit of our mission. TASK FORCE RUSSIA -- TRIWEEKLY REPORT 21 AUGUST SEPTEMBER TRIWEEKLY REPORT OF SIGNIFICANT ACTIVITIES. JOINT COMMISSION SUPPORT BRANCH (JCSB) TASK FORCE RUSSIA (POW/MIA) (TFR) Period of Report: 21 August -- 10 September HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS. This report has been prepared for the use of the Commission in pursuit of our mission. STATEMENT OF MALCOLM TOON, CHAIRMAN, U.S.-RUSSIA JOINT COMMISSION ON POW/MIA Ambassador TOON. Mr. Chairman, it's a great privilege to be with you again. We've had many meetings in the past, as you recall, at my various posts. Page 17 PREV PAGE TOP OF DOC Chairman GILMAN. Isaiah Oggins (also known as Ysai or Cy) (J – ) was an American-born communist and spy for the Soviet secret working in Europe and the Far East, Oggins was arrested, served eight years in the GULAG detention system, and was summarily executed on the orders of Joseph Stalin.

On J , the ' U.S. - Russia Joint Commission on POW/MIAs' posted its Fourth Edition of "The Gulag Study", which is a compilation of reports asserting that U.S. servicemen were held in Soviet camps and prisons. The study draws upon accounts from varied sources, many of whom claim to have been incarcerated in the Soviet Gulag system. The K (Russian: К–) was a Project A (Russian: проект А lit. Projekt A, NATO reporting name Golf II–class) diesel-electric powered ballistic missile submarine that served in the Pacific Fleet of the Soviet Navy–one of six Project strategic ballistic missile submarines assigned to the 15th Submarine Squadron based at Rybachiy Naval Base in Builder: Nr. Severodvinsk or Nr. Komsomol Na Amur.   CLASSIFIED POW/MIA INFORMATION (Senate - J ) Hardcopied articles ordered from I clearly remember the congressional mission of which I was a part that visited Hanoi in August could comply with all the sections of the Defense Authorization Act pertaining to POW /MIAs and getting the information to the families. Dateline Khabarovsk Russia - From the New York Times July - by James Brooke - "Khabarovsk, Russia -- Time has stooped Vladimir Trotsenko's shoulders, but his memories are as clear as his cobalt blue eyes: the American flyer, his right arm in a new cast, in a Soviet military hospital ward.

"A fascinating and illuminating tome. This is a gold mine of information on past Soviet behavior, or better, misbehavior." Malcolm Toon, former Chairman of the U.S. Russian Joint Commission on POW/MIAs and former Ambassador to the Soviet Union "This book should be read not only by the American people but by every government official. Full text of "Report of the US - Russian Joint Commission on POWs and MIAs re the Transfer of US Korean War POWs to the Soviet Union" See other formats. Who are the "informed Americans"? Summary: In November , an "alert" to the MIA activist community was posted on the newsgroup -mia concerning a Russian document recently uncovered that " points toward a KGB-planned transfer of captured US Personnel to the then Soviet UnionRecipients of this message were urged to " give this widest . The Toon mission to Russia: new information on POW/MIA's: hearing before the Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, second session, July 1, .