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On page 34 of Arms Control Today's June 2007 issue, the news article "Panel Endorses U.S. Global Strike Initiative" misidentified the National Academy of Sciences' Naval Studies Board as conducting a study on prompt global strike programs. That error was repeated on page 40 of Arms Control Today's June 2008 issue in the news article "Russia wants limits on Prompt Global Strike." As the principal operating agency of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Research Council, under the auspices of the Naval Studies Board, established the committee that carried out the study.

On page 9 and 10 of Arms Control Today's May 2008 issue, the feature "Should Israel Close Dimona" has the following sentence: "Although Egyptian or Soviet reconnaissance aircraft flew over the reactor in May 1967 without incident, during the June 1967 war, Israel shot down one of its own Mirage jet fighters when it strayed over the facility." New information provided to Arms Control Today since publication offers clarification and the sentence should read: "Although Soviet reconnaissance aircraft flew over the reactor in May 1967 without incident, during the June 1967 war, Israel shot down one of its own Ouragan jet fighters when it strayed over the facility."

On page 58 of Arms Control Today's July/August 2008 issue, the feature "The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Then and Now" misquoted Article VI of the treaty as saying "cessation of the nuclear arms race at an early day." It should read "cessasation of the nuclear arms race at an early date."

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