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ljan Reserve Officer Class in CW GraduAtes: onanuary, b7 students were graduated from the tirst reserve officer class ir. "Chemical Warfareeld in Cuba. The men were promoted to the rank ofj rhe prcrr.otier, order was readaptainha CaT.mar.ding Officer of the General Starr
for Chesn ca. war:are Serer.se
Cc-nunent: This ia the first information on Cuban formal training ir. CW of reserve officers, although prior lata has disclosed such training for personnel on active chlty. This expansion cf CW instruction to the reserve component is an indication cf rare than casual interest an the part of the Cubans. The existenceW section at the Cuban General Staff level, as also in the Soviet organization* is additional evidence of Cuban awareness cfCWcoss ihilities,Original document.