Department of Defense Appropriations for 1979: Budget overview
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Department of Defense
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978
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active additional Air Force aircraft allies amount ANSWER appropriate arms Army assistance attack authority balances billion bomber budget capability carrier changes Chart combat command communications completed considered continue conventional cost cruise missile Defense Department of Defense deployed deployment designed direct divisions dollars early effective efforts equipment estimate Europe existing fiscal functions funds future going ground important improve increase initial limited maintain major Marine ment military mission mobility NATO naval Navy nuclear objectives operational Pact past percent personnel possible present problems procurement production projected proposed QUESTION range readiness reduce region request reserve response result retirement Secretary Brown ships significant Soviet Soviet Union strategic submarine tactical threat tion United USSR V/STOL WACKER warfare weapons
Page 372 - All requests to purchase major defense equipment are reviewed by the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Page 373 - I am initiating this policy of restraint in the full understanding that actual reductions in the worldwide traffic in arms will require multilateral cooperation.
Page 371 - The United States will not be the first supplier to introduce into a region newly-developed, advanced weapons systems which would create a new or significantly higher combat capability.
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Page 371 - We will continue to utilize arms transfers to promote our security and the security of our close friends. But in the future the burden of persuasion will be on those who favor a particular arms sale, rather than those who oppose it.
Page 131 - US advantages in other characteristics; and —— the US posture is not in fact, and is not seen as, inferior in performance to the strategic nuclear forces of the Soviet Union.
Page 731 - FULL-TIME TRAINING AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE SELECTED RESERVE Question. The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs conducted a detailed study of the full-time training and administration of the selected reserve, and issued a draft report generally supporting the status of Full-Time Training and Administration of the Selected Reserve despite considerable differences in the systems used by the various Reserve components. Have you approved the final report and when will...
Page 371 - States will not entertain such requests, we can avoid unnecessary bilateral friction caused by later denials. 6. An amendment to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations will be issued, requiring policy level authorization by the Department of State for actions by agents of the United States or private manufacturers which might promote the sale of arms abroad.
Page 203 - In designing our general purpose forces, what must concern us first and foremost is the heavy concentration of Soviet forces in Eastern Europe and the western military districts of the USSR. Those forces represent a direct and growing threat to the security of Western Europe, on both the central front and the flanks. They also define the magnitude of the largest and most serious non-nuclear contingency that could confront us in the foreseeable future. To stress Europe is not to rule out...