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Page 2489 - We are giving the other a fair run now, Mr. Chairman, and I would be less than candid if I did not say to you that I think we would give the combat arms enlistment bonus a go fairly soon because, if we do not, we are going to find ourselves running short on the combat arms enlistment requirements of the Army. The CHAIRMAN. I know you have not had enough time to really test out your volunteer Army and I am...
Page 2146 - ... the location of the character is not disastrous, a fair amount of variation in size and orientation can be tolerated, the degree of selectivity between characters can be controlled by varying the frequency content of the filter, * The work reported here was made possible in part by research contracts with the Department of the Army and the Department of the Air Force.
Page 2285 - Defense, the Secretary of the Navy, the Chief of Naval Operations and the Commandant of the Marine Corps, we have a multitude of initiatives well underway to make our infrastructure more effective and less costly.
Page 2219 - ... to plan, foster, and encourage scientific research in recognition of its paramount importance as related to the maintenance of future naval power, and the preservation of national security; to provide within the Department of the Navy a single office, which, by contract and otherwise, shall be able to obtain, coordinate, and make available to all bureaus and activities of the Department of the Navy, world-wide scientific information and the necessary services for conducting specialized and imaginative...
Page 1714 - Thus, it may be seen that the Naval Establishment as it now exists reflects a year of demobilization, a year and a half of shrinkage, about a year of moderate expansion, and about a year of rapid cut-back. These conditions have left certain features which are less efficient than might otherwise be the case. In general, the shrinkage of the shore establishment during the early postwar years lagged behind the shrinkage of the active operating forces. During the current fiscal year much more rapid progress...
Page 2447 - We have some people here who are qualified to answer any questions which any member of the committee may desire to propound.
Page 1909 - You spoke of 66% percent of first-line planes. Admiral CASSADY. Yes. Mr. ENGEL. Those first-line planes will become obsolescent and obsolete, a certain number each year? Admiral CASSADY. That is correct. Mr. ENGEL. In other words, if the life of a plane is 5 years, you cannot have all of them up to date. The ideal sitution would be replacing a fifth of them every year. Admiral CASSADY. Yes, sir. Mr. ENGEL. In view of this jet engine, which is revolutionary as far as fighter planes are concerned,...
Page 2198 - Trudeau Foundation, Saranac Lake, NY Tufts College. Medford. Mass. Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Union College, Schenectady. NY Utah, University of. Salt Lake City, Utah. Vermont, University of, Burlington. Vt. Virginia, University of, Charlottesville, Va. Wake Forest College, Winston Salem, NC Washington School of Psychiatry, Washington, DC Washington, State College of, Pullman, Wash.
Page 2444 - School program" for which the 1951 budget carries $5,103,906 for pay of students and other expenses attending Army National Guard service schools. The budget for fiscal year 1951 actually provides for a lesser number of students than was provided for fiscal year 1950. In this connection, the attention of the committee is invited to the fact that the program for the fiscal year 1950 was increased by a transfer of funds amounting to $1,500,000.
Page 1917 - Naval aviation shall consist of combat and service and training forces, and shall include land-based naval aviation, air transport essential for naval operations, all air weapons and air techniques involved in the operations and activities of the...

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