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December 7, 1964
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Approved For Release 2009/04/10: CIA-RDP80BO1676R001500060137-1 7 December 1964 ORANDUM FOR THE RECORD Morning Meeting of 7.December 1964, General Carter presided as Acting DCI. Current Intelligence Briefing included Moscow role in arms to Congo rebels, Congo situation, Sudan disorders, speculation that inovs y will be re ieve y rec o as Defense Minister soon. DDS&T noted that He reported that the He noted that everything has gone perfectly in recent flights by OXCART aircraft. There was a discussion of the UFO in the Caribbean and General Carter informed the group of the message he had sent to Joe Carroll requesting a thorough investigation of this. DDS&T reported that the technical briefing of McMillan and Fubini on Friday had gone very well. McMillan and Fubini said that no more i an-2 boosters are to be produced, but Wheelon noted that Harold Brown had told him a while back that he would be sure that Titan-2 was not cancelled. General Carter said be had heard that was encountering a great deal of difficulty in connection wit General Carter reported briefly on his meeting with Secretary Vance Saturday. He said that Vance had promised to have McMillan rescind certain recent instructions, and he asked the staff to look into this and watch for indications of such action by McMillan. NRO review(s) completed. 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2009/04/10: CIA-RDP80BO1676R001500060137-1 Approved For Release 2009/04/10: CIA-RDP80BO1676R001500060137-1 Mr. Parrott reported that he had clandestinely observed and checked out the U-2 model plane as offerred for sale in a New York toy store. Be complained that the model had no power facility and did not state whether or not he had made a purchase. of OSS. Chretien noted a Washington Star story concerning Veterans Bannerman reported that D1 may return to the office at the end of this week. General Carter queried Mr. Kent about the status of 11-3. Kent explained that the text will be recast and put before LUIS next week. General Carter asked that the Reps be told to specify their reservations in advance of the USIB meeting. Mr. Kirkpatrick asked for a reading of it was that he saw~over the weekend. General Carter reminded the meeting that the Congo situation kept on the front burner. He asked DDP to advise him of the said to be under testing by the U. S. Army. General Carter noted today's British Guiana elections. WILI not Cie, available until Thursday. the final results General Carter reported that he will be going to New York tomorrow afternoon and offerred to undertake any missions there as may be requested. He noted that he will be seeing Jimmy Doolittle the re. General Carter said he will be briefing President Truman in Kansas City Thursday. H. Knoche Approved For Release 2009/04/10: CIA-RDP80BO1676R001500060137-1