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PUBLIC LAW 101-510—NOV. 5, 1990 104 STAT. 1541 SEC. 356. DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SUP- PORT FOR 1996 SUMMER OLYMPICS (a) REQUIREMENT FOR DISCUSSIONS. — The Secretary of Defense shall initiate discussions between military and civilian personnel of the Department of Defense and appropriate Federal, State, and local officials and the Atlanta Organizing Committee for the Ol3anpic Games for the purpose of planning for security and logistical support that the Department of Defense may provide for the 1996 games of the XXVI Olympiad to be held in Atlanta, Georgia. (b) REPORT.— Not later than April 15, 1991, the Secretary of Defense shall submit a report to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives describing the results of the discussions held pursuant to subsection (a). SEC. 357. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING THE TRANSFER TO EUROPE OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT THAT WOULD THEN BE DE- STROYED OR REMOVED AS A RESULT OF AN ARMS CONTROL AGREEMENT (a) FINDINGS.—Congress finds the following: (1) The Secretary of Defense has announced commencement of substantial withdrawals of United States military personnel from Europe in anticipation of concluding an agreement that will reduce conventional forces in Europe and in recognition of the reduced threat in Europe. (2) The anticipated arms control agreement on conventional forces in Europe will require destruction or demilitarization of certain military equipment in excess of limits specified in the agreement. ^ (b) SENSE OF CONGRESS. — It is the sense of Congress that— (1) funds appropriated for the Department of Defense should not be used to transfer to Europe any military equipment that would have to be destroyed as a result of the anticipated arms control agreement on conventional forces in Europe; and (2) the Department of Defense should make every effort to avoid transferring to Europe any military equipment that would, after only a short period of time in Europe, have to be returned to the United States as a result of further withdrawals of United States military personnel from Europe. PART F—STUDIES AND REPORTS SEC. 361. AUTHORIZATION FOR SHORT-TERM LEASE OF AIRCRAFT FOR INITIAL ENTRY ROTORY WING PILOT TRAINING AND STUDY REGARDING LONG-TERM LEASE (a) AUTHORIZATION. —(1) The Secretary of the Army may enter into a contract described in paragraph (2) for the lease of aircraft for initial entry helicopter pilot training to determine if the cost of leasing, operating, and maintaining such aircraft is less than the projected cost of operating and maintaining existing aircraft of the Army for the same purpose. (2) A contract referred to in paragraph (1) is a contract other than a contract— (A) described in subsection (a)(l)(A) of section 2401 of title 10, United States Code; or (B) containing terms described in subsection (a)(l)(B) of that section.