Military Construction Appropriations for 1980: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session, Part 2
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Military Construction Appropriations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979 - United States
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1980 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION ACTUAL adequate administration Air Force aircraft amount APPROPRIATION areas armory Army ARNG ASSIGNED AUTHORIZED Base BUDGET BUILDING CATEGORY CODE Center completed concrete CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA continue COST ESTIMATES ITEM COST TO OPERATE CURRENT SITUATION DATE FY DEFENSE DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED DESIGN STATUS electrical Engine EQUIPMENT ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST EXISTING FACILITY family housing FISCAL FOUR FUNCTION funds FY 1980 MILITARY GUARD AND RESERVE IMPACT included INSPECTION INSTALLATION AND LOCATION INTERNALLY UNTIL EXHAUSTED ITEM U/M QUANTITY January LAND Leasing Maintenance MAJOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT mission NAVY OPERATE AND MAINTAIN PARKING PERMANENT PERSONNEL PLANNED Pollution PREVIOUS EDITIONS PROGRAM ELEMENT PROJECT COST PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT TITLE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION PROPOSED FACILITY PROVIDED QUANTITY UNIT COST Real Property REPLACEMENT REQUIREMENT RESERVE FORCES RESERVE UNIT SAFETY SCOPE space storage SUBTOTAL SUPERVISION SUPPLEMENTAL DATA System TOTAL OFFICER ENLISTED TOTAL REQUEST TYPE U/M QUANTITY UNIT UTILIZATION VEHICLES
Page 508 - Congress, The Housing Act of 1954, aids in providing homes for members of the Armed Forces of the United States and their families through a system of FHA mortgage insurance, specially designed to assist such members in financing the construction or purchase of homes.
Page 6 - CONSIDERATION OF ALTERNATE FACILITIES: All existing facilities have been considered for potential use to fill these requirements and no suitable space is available. D. NATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT OF 1966; Real estate on which facilities are to be constructed does not appear in the National Register of Historic Places. E. RESERVE MANPOWER POTENTIAL...
Page 7 - POLLUTION ABATEMENT: The design of proposed military construction projects includes, where appropriate, the provision of facilities for air and water pollution control in accordance with Executive Order No. 11752 and DoD Directive 5100.50.
Page 437 - Fallout shelters have been excluded from amenable structures only for the following reasons: (1) Adequate protection areas are available to fulfill a station's requirements; or (2) The presence of personnel during period of fall-out radiation would Impair facility operations; or (3) Economic limitations necessitated either deferral or accomplishment by some other means . Pollution Abatement The design of proposed military construction projects Includes, where appropriate, the provision of facilities...
Page 493 - Department of Defense policy is to lease family housing for assignment as adequate public quarters only when such leasing is for the benefit of the United States and when (1) government quarters commensurate with the position of the Intended occupant are not available; or (2) the military sponsor Is unable to rent suitable quarters; or (3) undue hardship exists.
Page 6 - The Reserve manpower potential to meet and maintain authorized strengths of all Reserve units in the areas where units are to be located has been reviewed in accordance with the procedures described in DoD Directive 1225.7.