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Page 477 - ... improved production schedules, if the Secretary of Defense determines that deferral of such construction for Inclusion in the next military construction authorization Act would be inconsistent with interests of national security, and in connection therewith...
Page 134 - Army air defense units, including the provision of Army forces as required for the defense of the United States against air attack, in accordance with doctrines established by the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Page 438 - ... to finance the Air Force portion of requirements for construction of offbase access roads and improvement or relocation of existing public highways where the need is generated by Air Force operations.
Page 504 - ... private property shall be taken for public use without just compensation.
Page 439 - ... follows: (1) Land returned to public domain, 29,606 acres. (2) Government-owned land, with improvements, 2,262 acres ; this land will be returned to the tax rolls, resulting In increased revenue for the communities concerned. Further, the sale of this property results in certain moneys being deposited in the Treasury of the United States. (3) Leases canceled, 17,389 acres of land, and 253,333 square feet of space in buildings. Cancellation of these leases results in reductions of $689,152 per...
Page 395 - Such rate of exchange shall be as agreed upon at such time between the Government of the Philippines and the Government of the United States...
Page 441 - ... northern United States bases to insure their instant readiness during inclement weather. WARNING AND CONTROL Directly related to the capability of both the strategic and defense forces for instant response to an attack, and also to permit maximum reaction in civil defense, is the provision of the earliest possible warning that an attack is impending. Improved enemy capabilities to launch an attack upon this country, both by manned bombers and by ballistic missiles, dictates that continued improvements...
Page 217 - The permanent building is separated from the temporary structures by a heavily traveled main highway. The buildings where patients are housed are located less than 40 yards from a main line of a railroad which has considerable freight traffic, thus creating a noise level that is highly detrimental to patients. Also, the cleanliness of the hospital due to fly ash is a constant problem due to location of the post central heating plant, which is approximately 150 yards from hospital buildings. Based...
Page 258 - The Marine Corps Reserve ground facilities establishment consists of 231 training centers, 163 of which are combined with the Naval Reserve training centers mentioned above. Although no additional centers are required, replacement, expansion or modernization of some of the present facilities is urgently required. Foreseeable needs are estimated to cost about $8 million. Thus, there is a foreseeable requirement of $162 million for the overall program. We are requesting $8 million in new obligational...
Page 127 - Thank you, Senator Robertson. Mr. Chairman, my name is Joseph H. Freehill. I am a member of the Board of County Supervisors of Fairfax County. I appear before you today to register as vigorous a protest as one can against the callous, uncooperative, and unfair way in which the Department of the Army is insisting and proceeding with the multifamily construction project in utter disregard of the Fairfax County zoning laws at Fort Belvoir, which is within the territory of Fairfax County.

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