I recently accompanied Admiral William Crowe, retired Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, during his 9-day stay in the USSR. The trip was an extension of the U.S.-USSR military-to-military exchanges that were initiated under Crowe's leadership at the JCS. The purposes of the trip were to reciprocate Marshal Sergei Akhromeyev's visit to the United States and to testify to the Supreme Soviet's Committee on Defense and State Security. In addition to the Admiral, the delegation included his wife, his longtime aide, Captain Jay Coupe, Steve Sestanovich of CSIS, Kurt Campbell of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Harvard's JFK School, and myself.
Copyright © 1990 RAND Corporation. This report first appeared in Occasional Papers (Soviet) 016 (1990).
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Legro, Jeffrey W. Trip Report: Admiral Crowe's Visit to the Soviet Union, March 17-25, 1990. Occasional Papers (Soviet) 016. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 1990.