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May 23, 2006 

DDTC Publishes Commodity Jurisdiction on Aircraft Parts Common to C-130 and L-100 Aircraft

The Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) today published in the Federal Register a notice clarifying the coverage of Category VIII of the U.S. Munitions List (USML) to reflect the results of a recent commodity jurisdiction involving aircraft parts and components. Specificallly, DDTC's commodity jurisdiction held that any airframe parts and components common to the C-130 Hercules (Models A through H) and L-100 aircraft (the civilian equivalent to the C-130) that have no current use on any other commercial aircraft will be subject to the jurisdiction of DDTC, effective 90 days from today.

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