U.S. personnel may include U.S. Armed Forces, Department of Defense civilians, and/or contractors working for the Department of Defense. The scope of each agreement is clearly defined. 1984: SOFA 1993: Additional Agreement on Temporary Detachment to Grenada in Exercises or Activities Approved by Both Governments under Normal Procedures The United States has entered into an exchange and military visit agreement with the Government of Mongolia.22 As part of the agreement, Article X deals with the criminal justice of U.S. personnel in Mongolia. The language of the agreement states that « the military authorities of the United States have the right to exercise in Mongolia all the criminal and disciplinary jurisdiction over the United States conferred upon them by the military laws of the United States. All offences against the laws of Mongolia committed by a member of the United States A provision stipulated that the United States held jurisdiction over offences committed by a soldier as a result of an act or omission committed in compliance with the duty obligation. . . .