10.United States forces shall be permitted to install and/or store, on agreed areas and facilities, equipment associated with the conduct of aerial training and the use of designated ranges.
a.United States forces are responsible for maintaining United States forces’ equipment;
b.United States forces may remove such equipment at any time; and,
c.United States forces may use such equipment whenever it conducts aerial training within the agreed areas and facilities, in accordance with procedures developed by the Executive Agents.
11.United States forces shall conduct aerial training activities in accordance with the training event plan agreed upon between the United States forces and Bulgarian military authorities.
12.When requested, the Executive Agent for Bulgaria will coordinate activation of civilian air corridors for usage by United States forces.
13.United States forces may invite, with prior consent of Bulgarian authorities, allied/foreign military forces to participate in aerial training activities in Bulgarian airspace. Matters concerning the status and privileges afforded to these invited allied/foreign military forces will be as agreed between such forces and Bulgaria.
14.The Bulgarian Executive Agent shall provide to the United States forces an English-speaking Range Safety Officer familiar with NATO procedures whenever munitions are to be expended by United States forces during aerial training within agreed areas and facilities.
15.The Bulgarian Executive Agent will provide appropriate medical evacuation assets when the ranges are used by United States forces.
16.Nothing in this Annex shall limit the ability of United States forces to request and Bulgarian authorities to approve training events, or otherwise undertake cooperative efforts to facilitate training, outside of the time periods described above, as may be mutually agreed.