Deficiency Appropriations for 1964: Hearings Before the Committee on Appropiations, United States Senate, 88th Congress, 2d Session on H.R. 11202 an Act Making Deficiency Appropriations for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1964 and for Other Purposes
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1964 - United States - 247 pages
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Page 511 - Naval Operations and the Commandant of the Marine Corps in overseas areas on attache or mission aircraft.
Page 74 - This category includes those development programs being engineered for service use, but which have not as yet been approved for production and deployment. 1. ARMY I have already discussed in considerable detail in the section on Continental Air and Missile Defense Forces two items in the Army program.
Page 40 - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, we appreciate this opportunity to appear before you today...
Page 125 - Law 763 provides that the compensation of such employees shall be fixed and adjusted from time to time as nearly as is consistent with the public interest in accordance with prevailing rates.
Page 46 - The effectiveness of an active ballistic missile defense system in saving lives depends in large part upon the existence of an adequate civil defense system. Indeed, in the absence of adequate fallout shelters, an active defense might not significantly increase the proportion of the population surviving an all-out nuclear attack.
Page 360 - Training Corps, under the appropriation "Reserve personnel, Navy," which we call RPN. The estimates presented for these appropriations are based upon projections for naval force objectives and policies approved by the Secretary of the Navy and the Chief of Naval Operations. I shall treat each of the two appropriations separately, beginning with "Military personnel, Navy.
Page 33 - Congress has regularly underscored this limitation by explicitly forbidding in our annual appropriation act "the payment of a price differential on contracts * * * for the purpose of relieving economic dislocations.
Page 638 - Reserve, and 143,000 in the Retired Reserve. The Ready Reserve consists of those units and individuals available for immediate employment in the expansion of the Active Forces in the event of mobilization.
Page 26 - However, the survival of an independent government in South Vietnam is so important to the security of all of southeast Asia and to the free world that I can conceive of no alternative other than to take all necessary measures within our capability to prevent a Communist victory.
Page 79 - I pointed out last year, constitutes an "all other" or residual category of activities or programs and includes all costs not capable of being directly or meaningfully allocated to the other major programs. Because of the large number and wide variety of the functions encompassed by this major program, it is best discussed in terms of its constituent parts. For purposes of convenience, the...