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KEY TO TYPE CONSTRUCTION SYMBOLS
A - Addition.
CFMS-Combined field maintenance shop.
OMS --Organizational maintenance shop.
USP&FO OFF-United States property and fiscal officer, office.
MVSB — Motor vehicle storage building.
SH -Shop hangar.
TESS — Tank storage shed.
TNG -Training.
WH --Warehouse.

Army National Guard

ARMORY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

(In thousands of dollars)

State and location

Type

Estimated
Federal

cost

70 70

480 277 410 277 45

45 65 260

do

105 115 115

38 105 115 360 120

110

90 132 145

Alabama:
Ashford.

1 unit Bridgeport.

do. Alaska: Bethel

do Fairbanks

1 unit and MVSB Juneau !

2 units pius. Ketchikan

1 unit. Sitka..

.do. Arizona: Yuma.

1 unit, expansion Phoenix

2 units, expansion
Arkansas: Little Rock (B) (8th and Elm Sts.)... | 4 units plus and MVSB
California;
Hollister

1 unit
San Rafael (Fairfax) !
San Fernando.

do Culver City.

2 units, expansion. Fontana 1

1 unit Ventura

do Connecticut: New London

3 units plus Florida: Gainesville.

1 unit. Georgia: Cuhoun..

1 unit plus E tonton.

1 unit. Marietta

do Quitman

do Reynolds.

do Atlanta.

2 units plus. Hawaii: Keulakehua..

2 units, Idaho; Rigby

2 units and MVSB Preston.

1 unit Jerome

do. Twin Falls

2 units plus Indiana: Valparaiso.

1 unit. Tell City

do Iowa: Storm Lakel kansas: Yates Center 1

1 unit and MVSB. Kentucky: Middleboro 1

1 unit. Maine: South Portland.

2 units plus, expansion Gardiner

1 unit, expansion Millinocket.

do. Mace

2 units, expansion. Belfast

57 57 57 90

do

188 188 95 93 130

150

150

1 unit, expansion.. Brunswick

do Portland

2 units plus, expansion.. Massachusetts: Whitman..

1 unit South Boston'

3 units. Boston (Hyde Park)!

2 units. Agawan.

1 unit Saugua

do Michigan: Sturgis.

lunit plus and MVSB. Minnesota:

Northwest St. Paul
Minneapolis..

19 units, rehabilitation. Duluth.

6 units, rehabilitetin Stillwater..

2 units plus, expansion. 1 Approved by congressional consultation.

75 75

210 360 270 210 210 220

130 88 37 37

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Army National Guard-Continued

(In thousands of dollars)

State and location

Estimated
Federal

cost

54 54 54 135 115 110

175 175 175 15

57 57 57 57

300 375 300 300

98 103 95 98 95 98

109

132 120 105 357 95 98

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Mississippi:

Ackerman
Batesville

Ocean Springs Missouri: Fredericktown.. Nebraska: Wahoe 1. Nevada: Winnemucca. New Jersey:

Hammonton 1
Pitman 1
Princeton 1.

Salem !
New Mexico:

Espanola.
Sorocco
Silver City.

Clayton.
New York:

Saranac Lake 1
Patchogue
Catskill 1

Smithtown 1.
North Carolina:

Smithfield
Lasker-Woodland.
Shallotte.
Rockingham
Wallace
Nashville
Kannanolis..
Ashe ille
Henderson ville !
Laurinburg-
Greensboro
Lincolnton 1
Roseboro 1
Belmont 1

Farmville 1
Ohio:

Greenville.
Cincinnatil

Caldwell.
Oregon: Salem
Pennsylvania:

Chester,
Betl lehem.
Carlisle..

Ligonier
Puerto Rico:

Mayaguez.

Juncos.
South Carolina:

Belton.
Whitmire!
Lake City!
Chesterfield 1
Clver 1
Batesburg 1
Johnston
Pacolet Mills 1

165 300 135 161

45 45 45

160 38

122

99 99

99

Type

1 unit,

do
do.

do
1 unit and MVSB.
1 unit.

do.
do.

do.
1 unit, expansion..

1 unit.

do.
do.

do.

1 unit plus.
2 units.
1 unit plus.
1 unit..

do.
do.
do.
do.
do.

do.
1 unit plus.
1 unit.

...do.

do.
5 units plus
1 unit.

do
do.
do

St. George 1
South Dakota; Salem.
Tennessee:

Livingston ?
Oak Ridge 1
Kingsport.
Parsons.
Harriman.
Waverly
Dayton
South Pittsburg-
New Bern.
Camden
Franklin..
Waynesboro.

Crossville.
1 Approved by congressional consultation,

1 unit and MVSB
5 units plus.
1 unit plus.
2 units.

2 units plus..
2 units plus, expansion..

do..
1 unit plus, expansion.
3 unit plus.
1 unit..

1 unit and MVSB
1 unit.

do.
do
do
do.
do
do

do
1 unit plus.

99 150

1 unit.
2 units.
2 units plus..
1 unit.

do.
do
do
do
do
do
do.
do
do.

91 142 165 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91

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Mr. BROOKs. Now, we can proceed, if you will, Mr. Ducander, and read the bill.

In the meantime, if we could have somebody from the Defense Department come forward there, we could ask questions as we read the bill.

Mr. DUCANDER. Mr. Deininger.
Mr. WINSTEAD. Is this executive session?
Mr. BROOKS. No; this is not an executive session. This is an open

hearing.

General Shuler, do you have your list for the Army Reserve at this time that you could submit?

General SHULER. Sir, I do not at this time, but General Palladino is here representing the Army Reserve, and I

Mr. BROOKS. Could he submit a list?

General SHULER. I feel, sir, that he has a statement that he would like to give the committee, and I believe it might involve the subject of additional projects, sir. He is here.

Mr. BROOKS. General Palladino-is it?
General SHULER. Yes, sir.

Mr. BROOKS. Just come forward, sir. Let us proceed. Do you have a statement to make to the committee, or one that you want to file?

General PALLADINO. We have a statement, Mr. Chairman, we would like to file for the committee, and we can answer any questions:

STATEMENT BY MAJ. GEN. RALPII A. PALLADINO, CHIEF, UNITED STATES ARMY

RESERVE AND ROTC AFFAIRS

Mr. Chairman, gentlemen, I am General Palladino, Chief of Army Reserve and ROTO Affairs. Let une say first that I appreciate the opportunity to appear before this committee on the subject of the Army Reserve construction program.

I would like to tell you about the progress we have made in the Army Reserve construction program. I will begin by giving you a brief report on the progress we have made to date under Public Law 783 of the S1st Congress, as amended. As you know, this law was enacted in fiscal year 1951. From chart inclosure 1 you will note that no new construction starts in this program were made until fiscal year 19.13. During this period, however, 45 centers were completed from funds which were made available under Public Law 218 for fiscal year 1950 and 1951. In fiscal year 1953, there were 31 construction starts. There were only 10 in 1954 and 16 in 1915. In fiscal year 1956 we had 38 construction starts and in fiscal year 1957 we had 65 construction starts. This gave the United States Army Reserve a grand total of 180 centers constructed or under construction by the end of fiscal year 1957 under Public Law 783. During fiscal year 1958 we plan an estimated 83 new starts. Of these, 34 were under construction and an additional 49 had been released for bid advertising as of May 1, 1958. To date 50 are under construction. Accomplishinents in new centers started in fiscal year 1957 and fiscal year 1958 will be equal to approximately 128 percent of the awards for the previous 6 years.

I am pleased to report that we have placed twenty-five 1-unit (modified) (100man) centers under construction to date and additional ones are scheduled for award. This is another step forward because these smaller buildings are located in communities where it is often difficult, if not impossible, to locate adequate lease space.

The 2d chart inclosure 2 gives you a brief summation of the status of our construction funds under Public Law 783. Up to this date a total of $105 million have been appropriated. You will note that by the end of fiscal year 1957, we had obligated $.74 million of the $70 million which had been appropriated. At the end of the third quarter of fiscal year 1958, we had obligated a total of $62 million. The total estimated obligation for fiscal year 1958 is $21 million which will bring us to a total of $75 million obligated by the end of fiscal year 1958. It is anticipated that $20 million of the remaining funds will be obligated in fiscal year 19.599 and the balance of $4,695,134 will be obligated in fiscal year 1.960.

In the leasing field, regulations on the criteria have been liberalized and steady progress has been made in the acquisition of more adequate leased space.

In order for an Army Reserve unit to train properly for its assigned mission, it must have suitable supplies and equipment. Quantities of supplies and equiųment on hand with Army Reserve units have continued to increase as rapidly as facilities for storage and personnel for maintenance have become available. Sufficient equipment is presently on hand with the units or available in United States Army Reserve equipment pools to assure the conduct of individual training for the number of personnel assigned. Our goal for the end of fiscal year 1958 is an overall average of 10 percent of table of organiaztion and equipment items,

80 percent of table of allowances for organizational clothing and equipment, and 100 percent of table of allowances for individual clothing and equipment.

Gentlemen, this concludes my statement on the Army Reserve construction program. If you have any questions, I will be glad to answer them.

UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE CONSTRUCTION
New Starts

(Total 308)
By Fiscal Year

I WAY 50

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Mr. BROOKS. Do you have a list of needed projects?

General PALLADINO. No, we do not have a list, but we have more than a sufficient number of projects already approved that we could throw in and construct, depending on the money appropriated to us.

Mr. Brooks. How much will your list total?
General PALLADINO. We have, besides the projects that are under
bid advertising for this year, an additional forty-odd million dollars
worth of projects.

Mr. BROOKS. And they are all available and ready to go and needed?
General PALLADINO. Yes, sir; they are all approved projects.

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