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dated April 11, 1961: Nuclear weapons for NATO

President Kennedy pledged in Washington on April 10 that the United States will strengthen its conventional military forces in NATO and also maintain an effective nuclear weapons capacity. The President made the pledge in an address prepared for a meeting of the Military Committee of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. The President said, NATO needs to be able to respond to any conventional attack with conventional resistance which will be effective at least long enough, in Gen. Norstad's phrase, “to force a pause.”

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