Roland Lajoie: Army General at Cold War’s Front Lines

From a New York Times obit by Clay Risen headlined “Roland Lajoie, Army General at the Cold War’s Front Lines. Dies at 87”:

Maj. Gen. Roland Lajoie, who, behind the geopolitical scenes, played a leading role in coordinating U.S.-Soviet relations during the last decade of the Cold War, and who later oversaw the destruction of hundreds of nuclear weapons belonging to the former Soviet republics, died in Manchester, N.H.