2. The United States agrees not to take the measures in paragraph 1 in such a way as to unnecessarily affect navigation, air transport, communications or land transport within or outside Japan`s territories. All issues relating to frequencies, electricity and similar issues used by devices used by the United States to emit electrical radiation are resolved by a detachment between the competent authorities of the two governments. The Japanese government takes all appropriate measures, as part of existing laws and regulations, to prevent or eliminate disruptions to telecommunications electronics required by the United States Armed Forces. (8) Neither members of the united States Armed Forces, with a civilian component, nor their relatives, may benefit from, under this article, tax exemptions or similar taxes related to the personal purchase of goods and services in Japan, which are due under Japanese law. The United States may register and train authorized U.S. citizens residing in Japan who apply for such registration in U.S. Armed Forces reserve organizations. The U.S. armed forces use all enterprises and public services owned by the Government of Japan, controlled or regulated by the Government of Japan, and enjoy priorities in this use, under conditions that are no less favourable than those that may occasionally apply to Japanese government departments and authorities.
1. Persons, including U.S.-organized company documents, and their employees, who have their usual residence in the United States and whose presence in Japan is exclusively for the performance of contracts with the United States in favor of the United States armed forces and who are designated by the United States Government in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2 below. , unless provided for by this article, subject to the laws and regulations of Japan. (4) The local work requirements of the United States Armed Forces and Article XV organizations are satisfied with the support provided by the Japanese authorities. 2. Ships and aircraft referred to in paragraph 1, U.S. government vehicles, including armour and members of the United States armed forces, the civilian component and their members, have access and movement between the United States armed forces and between those facilities and territories, as well as between Ports or Airports in Japan.