PFIABPresident's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (White House)
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PERINO: It goes to the PFIAB, but that doesn't necessarily -- I don't know what's in the letter, but I don't think it had anything to do with substance of the travel.
According to the PFIAB chronology, a September 9th report from Castro's personal pilot claimed that there were "many mobile ramps for intermediate range rockets," an item subsequently deemed significant.
Perhaps that was because the PFIAB was chaired by Brent Scowcroft, national security advisor to President George H.