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2N 1783 [10th Gen. Rev. of Export Regs., Amdt. 22, 31 F.R. 13045, Oct. 7, 1966) INTERPRETATION 19: MILITARY AUTOMOTIVE

VEHICLES

(a) Military automotive vehicles. For purposes of United States export controls, milltary automotive vehicles, “possessing or built to current military specifications differing materially from normal commercial specifications" fall into two categories:

(1) Military automotive vehicles on the munitions list, new and used. Automotive vehicles in this category are primarily combat (fighting) vehicles with or without armor and/or armament, "designed for specific fighting function." These automotive vehicles are licensed by the U.S. Department of State. See list with descriptions, Category VII, § 370.5(a) of the Comprehensive Export Schedule,

(2) Military automotive vehicles not on the munitions list, new and used. Automotive vehicles in this category are primarily transport vehicles designed for non-combat military purposes (transporting cargo, personnel and/or equipment and for towing other vehicles and equipment over land and roads in close support of fighting vehicles and troops). These automotive vehicles are licensed by the Department of Commerce. United States military transport automotive vehicles currently in use are built on one of

six basic truck chassis groups, classified as follows:

(1) Truck, Utility, 14-ton, 4 x 4, M38 Series, (11) Truck, Cargo, 34-ton, 4 x 4, M37 Series,

(11) Chassis, Truck, 242-ton, 6 X 6, M44 Series,

(iv) Chassis, Truck, 242-ton, 6 X 6, M133 Series,

(v) Chassis, Truck, 5-ton, 6 x6, M39 Series,

(vi) Chassis, Truck, 10-ton, 6 X 6, M121 Series.

United States military transport automotive vehicles in each of the above chassis groups may have a variety of chassis lengths and body types or styles.

(b) Parts for military automotive vehicles. Functional parts specifically fabricated for the six basic truck chassis groups of military automotive vehicles described in paragraph (a) (2) above are defined as those parts making up the power train of the vehicles, including the electrical system, the cooling system, the fuel system, and the control system (brake and steering mechanism), the front and rear axle assemblies including the wheels, the chassis frame, springs and shock absorbers.

Parts specifically designed for military automotive vehicles on the Munitions List are licensed for export by the U.S. Department of State.

(c) General instructions. Manufacturers of non-Munitions List automotive vehicles and/or parts will know whether their products meet the conditions described above. Merchant exporters and other parties who are not sure whether their products (automotive vehicles and/or parts) meet these conditions should check with their suppliers for the required information before making a shipment under general license or submitting an application to the Office of Export Control for an export license. INTERPRETAT N 20: AIRCRAFT, PARTS, ACCES

SORIES AND COMPONENTS (a) Aircraft, and parts, accessories and components therefor. Aircraft, parts, accessories, and components defined in Categories VIII and DX of the Munitions List are under the export licensing authority of the U.S. Department of State. All other aircraft, and parts, accessories, and components therefor are under the export licensing authority of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Aircraft, parts, accessories, and components are under the licensing authority of the

U.S.

Department of Commerce If one or more of the following criteria are met:

(1) Any aircraft (except an aircraft that has been demilitarized or a military trainer) which conforms to a Federal Aviation Agency type certificate in the normal, utility, acrobatic, transport, or restricted category, provided such aircraft has not been equipped with or modified to include military equipment, such as gun mounts, turrets, rocket launchers, or similar equipment designed for military combat or military training purposes.

(2) All reciprocating engines.

(3) Other aircraft engines not specifically designed or modified for military aircraft.

(4) Parts, accessories, and components (including propellers), designed exclusively for aircraft and engines described in (1), (2), and (3) above.

(5) General purpose parts, accessories, and components usable interchangeably on either military or civil aircraft.

(b) Normal civil use for year or less. The term "normal civil use for 1 year or less," as specified on the Commodity Control List, is computed from the date the type or model of the aircraft was placed in commercial operation. [10th Gen. Rev. of Export Regs., Amdt. 22, 31 F.R. 13046, Oct. 7, 1966]

INTERPRETATION 21: (RESERVED ] INTERPRETATION 22: FLUOROCARBON POLYMERS

AND COPOLYMERS Fluorocarbon polymers and copolymers as specified on the Commodity Control List include, but are not limited to, Teflon®, Kel-F®, Tedlar, Kynar®, Exon®. Aclaro, Viton®, and Fluorel®.

INTERPRETATION 23: DENDRITIC

SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIAL

The term "dendritic semiconductor material," as used under Export Control Commodity No. 68950, means any semiconductor material which is produced by the dendritic process.

The dendritic process consists of growing & crystal from a molten mass of germanium, silicon, or other suitable metal and controlling the growth of the crystal in such a manner that it emerges in final form as & continuous ribbon of metal. It may be grown in various widths, thicknesses and lengths, and is readily usable in the manufacture of various semiconductor devices with minimum amount of further processing.

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1 This interpretation does not refer to electronic communication and navigational commodities usable on aircraft.

® Trademark registered in the Patent Or. fice of the United States.

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CHAPTER IV-FOREIGN-TRADE ZONES BOARD

PART 400—GENERAL REGULATIONS

GOVERNING FOREIGN-TRADE
ZONES IN THE UNITED STATES,
WITH RULES OF PROCEDURE

DEFINITIONS Sec. 400.100 Act. 400.101 Zone. 400.102 Secretary of Commerce. 400.103 Board. 400.104 State. 400.105 Corporation. 400.106 Applicant. 400.107 Grantee. 400.108 Collector and collector of customs. 400.109 District Engineer. 400.110 Examiner.

JURISDICTION AND AUTHORITY OF BOARD 400.200 Duties of the Board. 400.201 Cooperation with other agencies. 400.202 Cooperation with Board of other

agencies of the Government. 400.203 Executive Order No. 7104.

NUMBER AND LOCATION OF ZONES 400.300 Each port of entry entitled to at

least one zone. 400.301 Port of entry located in more than

one State entitled to a zone in

each such State. 400.302 Zone may be authorized in each of

two cities separated by water in

one port of entry. 400.303 Additional zones in port of entry

may be authorized by Board. 400.304 Zones for specialized purposes. ECONOMIC, FINANCIAL, AND PHYSICAL REQUIRE

MENTS FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF ZONE 400.400 Economic survey of proposed zone. 400.401 Proof of ability of applicant ade

quately to finance zone. 400.402 Physical facilities required in the

operation of a zone. 400.403 Construction and operation of

equipment for segregation from customs territory and quarters for personnel.

ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS Sec. 400.500 Grants made to corporations. 400.501 Requirements for grant where har

bor facilities owned and con. trolled by State and by muni

cipality. 400.502 Act of State legislature necessary

in case of private corporations. 400.503 Preference to public corporations.

APPLICATIONS FOR GRANTS 400.600 Address. 400.601 Number of copies. 400.602 Form and content. 400.603 Exhibits. 400.604 Additional information. 400.605 Publicity may be given to informa

tion contained in application. 400.606 Amendments. 400.607 Applications for expansion of zone. 400.608 Priorities.

GRANTS SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS 400.700 Penalty for delay. 400.701 Disposition of grant prohibited. 400.702 Special conditions.

OPERATION OF ZONE 400.800 Operations in zone, and forms and

procedures. 400.801 Merchandise permitted in a zone. 400.802 Disposition of merchandise in a

zone. 400.803 Manipulation, manufacture, and

exhibition of merchandise. 400.804 Status of merchandise in a zone. 400.805 Use of zone by carriers. 400.806 Subsequent importation of zone

merchandise. 400.807 Exclusion from zone of goods or

process of treatment. 400.808 Retail trade within zone. 400.809 Residence within zone. 400.810 Employees and persons entering

and leaving zone. 400.811 All persons entering zone bound

by regulations. 400.812 Identification of employees within

zone.

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