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SEC. 201. The Secretary of the Navy may establish or develop military installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, converting, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public works, including site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment for the following projects:

INSIDE THE UNITED STATES

sHIPYArd FACILITIES

Naval Facility, Cape May, New Jersey: Operational and training facilities, $141,000.

Naval Shipyard, Long Beach, California : Operational and training facilities, 000

Naval Submarine Base, New London, Connecticut: Operational and training facilities, $2,247,000. Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, California: Operational and training facilities, $766,000. Fileet BASE FACILITIES

Naval Station, Newport, Rhode Island: Troop housing, and community facilities, $1,709,000. - Naval Base, Norfolk, Virginia : Operational and training facilities, $2,546,000.

AVIATION FACILITIES

(Naval Air Training Stations)

Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Meridian, Mississippi: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, medical facilities, troop housing, community facilities, and utilities and ground improvements, $14,940,000.

Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Whiting Field, Florida; Operational and training facilities, utilities and ground improvements, and real estate, $4,679,000.

(Fleet Support Air Stations)

Naval Air Station, Alameda, California: Operational and training facilities, $114,000. Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Florida : Maintenance facilities, $1,252,000. Naval Auxiliary Landing Field, Crows Landing, California: Operational and training facilities, $47,000. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Fallon, Nevada : Operational and training facilities, $80,000. Naval Auxiliary Landing Field, Fentress, Virginia: Operational and training facilities, $142,000. Naval Seaplane Facility, Harvey Point North Carolina : Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, medical facilities, troop housing, administrative facilities, and utilities and ground improvements, $11,215,000. $ Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida : Operational and training facilities, 74,000. Naval Air Station, Lemoore, California : Operational and training facilities, troop housing, community facilities, administrative facilities, supply facilities, and utilities and ground improvements, $15,823,000. Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Mayport, Florida : Operational and training facilities, supply facilities, community facilities, utilities, and real estate, $9,892,000. Naval Outlying Field, Whitehouse Field, Florida: Operational and training facilities, $142,000. (Marine Corps Air Stations)

Marine Corps Auxiliary Air Station, Beaufort, South Carolina: Operational and training facilities and real estate, $4,352,000.

Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina: Operational and training facilities, and supply facilities, $1,067,000.

Marine Corps Air Facility, New River, North Carolina : Operational and training facilities, $1,003,000.

Marine Corps Air Facility, Santa Ana, California: Operational and training facilities, $2,158,000.

(Special Purpose Air Stations)

Naval Air Facility, Andrews Air Force Base, Camp Springs, Maryland: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, administrative facilities, troop housing, and operational and training facilities and real estate at the Naval Auxiliary Landing Field, Webster Field, Maryland $18,521,000.

Naval Air Missile Test Center, Point Mugu, California: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, research, development and test facilities, Supply facilities, and troop housing (including operational and training facilities and troop housing on San Nicolas Island; and maintenance facilities, research, development and test facilities, supply facilities, troop housing, and utilities and ground improvements at Camp Cooke), $13,841,000.

SUPPLY FACILITIES

Naval Supply Depot, Newport, Rhode Island : Utilities, $2,210,000.
Naval Supply Center, Norfolk, Virginia: Administrative facilities, $128,000.
Naval Supply Center, Oakland, California: Administrative facilities, $146,000.

MARINE CORPS FACILITIES

Marine Corps Supply Center, Barstow, California: Operational and training facilities, $280,000. Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina : Utilities, $462,000. Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, troop housing, and utilities, $5,138,000. $ Marine Corps Schools, Quantico, Virginia: Operational and training facilities, 168,000. Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California : Utilities, $206,000. Marine Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, California: Maintenance facilities, $241,000. ORDNANCE FACILITIES

Naval Ammunition Depot, Bangor, Washington : Maintenance facilities, ,000. Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, California: Supply facilities,

Navaí Ammunition Depot, Concord, California: Maintenance facilities, $2,517,000.

Naval Ordnance Laboratory, Corona, California: Research, development, and test facilities, $510,000.

Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren, Virginia: Research, development, and test facilities, $44,000.

Naval Ammunition Depot, Hingham, Massachusetts: Maintenance facilities, $694,000.

Naval Ordnance Laboratory, White Oak, Maryland : Research, development, and test facilities, $601,000.

SERVICE SCHOOL, FACILITIES

Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland: Troop housing, $14,200,000. Fleet Air Defense Training Center, Dam Neck, Virginia: Operational and training facilities, $1,184,000. Naval Receiving Station, District of Columbia: Operational facilities, $650,000. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois: Operational and training facilities, $1,368,000. Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island: Operational and training facilities, $273,000. Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia: Operational and training facilities, $4,643,000. Naval Training Center, San Diego, California: Operational and training facilities, $4,199,000. MEDICAL FACILITIES

National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland: Hospital and medical facilities, $8,503,000.

COMMUNICATIon FACILITIES

Naval Radio Station, Washington County, Maine: Operational and training facilities, and utilities and ground improvements, $38,654,000.

OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH FACILITIES

Naval Research Laboratory, District of Columbia: Research, development, and test facilities, $192,000.

OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES
ship Yard FACILities

Naval Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii: Operational and training facilities, $159,000.

AVIATION FACILities

Naval Air Station, Agana, Mariana Islands: Operational and training facilities, and real estate, $4,414,000.

Naval Station, Bermuda, British West Indies; Operational and training facilities, $683,000.

Naval Air Station, Ford Island, Territory of Hawaii: Operational and training facilities, $1,271,000.

Naval Air Facility, Naha, Okinawa : Supply facilities, $165,000.

Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico: Operational and training facilities, $3,824,000.

SUPPLY FACILITIES

Naval Supply Depot, Guam, Mariana Islands: Supply facilities, $3,060,000.

COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Naval Communication Unit Number Three, Asmara, Eritrea: Operational and training facilities, $1,180,000. Naval Radio Facility, Port Lyautey, Morocco : Operational and training facilities, $519,000. Naval Radio Facility, Londonderry, North Ireland: Operational and training facilities, $219,000. YARDS AND DOCKS FACILITIES

Public Works Center, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba : Utilities, $890,000. SEC. 202. The Secretary of the Navy may establish or develop classified naval installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, converting, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment in the total amount of $65,001,000. SEC. 203. The Secretary of the Navy may establish or develop naval installations and facilities by proceeding with construction made necessary by changes in Navy missions, new weapons developments, new and unforeseen research and development requirements, or 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 there with to acquire, construct, convert, rehabilitate, or install permanent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment, in the total amount of $25,000,000: Provided, That the Secretary of the Navy, or his designee, shall notify the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives immediately upon reaching a final decision to implement, of the cost of construction of any public work undertaken under this section, including those real estate actions pertaining thereto. SEC. 204. (a) In accordance with the provisions of Section 407 of the Act of September 1, 1954 (68 Stat. 1119, 1125), as amended, the Secretary of the Navy is authorized to construct, or acquire by lease or otherwise, family housing for occupancy as public quarters at the following locations by utilizing foreign currencies acquired pursuant to the provisions of the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954 (68 Stat. 454) or through other commodity transactions of the Commodity Credit Corporation: Naval Magazine, Cartagena, Spain, 46 units. Naval Magazine, El Ferrol, Spain, 45 units. Naval Air Station, Port Lyautey, Morocco, 330 units. Naval Air Facility, Sigomella, Italy, 122 units. (b) In accordance with the provisions of title IV of the Housing Amendments of 1955 (69 Stat. 646), as amended, the Secretary of the Navy is authorized to construct family housing for occupancy as public quarters at the following locations: INSIDE THE UNITED STATES

Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, 277 units.
Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, 800 units.
Naval Facility, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, 27 units.
Naval Facility, Centerville, California, 24 units.
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Chase Field, Texas, 225 units.
Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina, 849 units.
Naval Facility, Coos Head, Oregon, 24 units.
Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois, 425 units.
Naval Air Station, Lemoore, California, 800 units.
Naval Facility, Nantucket, Massachusetts, 19 units.
Naval Submarine Base, New London, Connecticut, 500 units.
Naval Facility, Pacific Beach, Washington, 30 units.
Naval Facility, Point Sur, California, 24 units.
Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washington, 550 units.
Naval Ordnance Missile Test Facility, White Sands Proving Grounds.
New Mexico, 51 units.
Naval Radio Station, Winter Harbor, Maine, 20 units.

OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES

Naval Air Station, Barber's Point, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, 1,140 units. Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, Headquarters, Camp H. M. Smith, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, 168 units. Naval Station, Guam, Mariana Islands, 220 units. Marine Corps Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, 650 units. Naval Ammunition Depot, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, 114 units. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, 650 units. Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, 676 units. SEC. 205. (a) Public Law 534, Eighty-second Congress, as amended, is amended under the heading “CoNTINENTAL UNITED STATEs” in section 201 as follows: Under the subheading “MEDICAL FACILITIEs”, with respect to the Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Virginia, area, strike out “$12,815,000” and insert in place thereof “$13,979,000”. (b) Public Law 534, Eighty-second Congress, as amended, is amended by striking out in clause (2) of section 402 the amounts “$139,143,000” and “$266,927,000”, and inserting respectively in place thereof “$140,307,000”, and “$268,091,000”. SEC. 206. (a) Public Law 534, Eighty-third Congress, as amended, is amended o: striking out in section 202, “$70,656,000”, and inserting in place thereof 72,785,000”. (b) Public Law 534, Eighty-third Congress, as amended, is amended by striking out in clause (2) of section 502 the amounts “$70,656,000”, and “$210,704,000” and inserting respectively in place thereof “$72,785,000”, and “$212,833,000”. SEC. 207. (a) Public Law 161, Eighty-fourth Congress, as amended, is amended under the heading “CoNTINENTAL UNITED STATEs” in section 201 as follows: (1) Under the subheading “MARINE corps FACILITIEs”, with respect to the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California, strike out “$648,000” and insert in place thereof “$778,000”. (2) Under the subheading “ordNANCE FACILITIES", with respect to the Naval Underwater Ordnance Station, Newport, Rhode Island, strike out “$370,000” and insert in place thereof “$411,000". (b) Public Law 161, Eighty-fourth Congress, as amended, is amended under the heading “OUTsIDE CoNTINENTAL UNITED STATEs” in section 201, as follows:

The purpose of this meeting this afternoon is to decide whether or not this committee wishes to add an item for the Army Reserve and an item for the Army National Guard, or whether this committee wishes to vote the bill through the full committee to the House with: 8. . money whatsoever for the Army Reserve or the Army National ularOl. Mr. BRAY. What is the situation if there are no line items for these in the bill, Mr. Chairman' Mr. BRooks. The situation is this, that in the future all items authorized will be line items. We will handle it just like we do the bill covering the public works for the military. It must be by line items. We will, however, have a cutting-off point. That which is the subject of prior committee action will not require line items, but as those items run out, everything in the future will be required as a line item in the bill and will be approved by the committee as a line item. Mr. BRAY. Are there witnesses here for the Army National Guard? Mr. DUCANDER. Yes, sir. Mr. BRooks. We have many witnesses. At the last meeting, we had a showing as to the needs of the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard. Some of the members of the committee were not present. My thought is today that briefly we could hear a representative from the Army Reserve, one from the Army National Guard, and then we can take up the question of whether or not we wish to place an item for each one in the bill. Who do we have here in the Army Reserve? Mr. DUCANDER. General Palladino. Mr. BRooks. General, you were here the other day and we were pleased to have you. General PALLADINo. Thank you, sir. Mr. BRooks. Some of the members of the subcommittee couldn't be present the other day, so we wanted this additional information this afternoon from you in brief, as to the needs of the Army Reserve facilities construction program, from the viewpoint of the Army Reserve. Then also from the viewpoint of the Army National Guard. Could you briefly tell the committee—if you repeat it will be all right, because as Isay, some of us were nothere. What are the needs of the Army Reserve in a lump sum ? In the overall picture? General PALLADINo._Mr. Chairman, it might be easier if I repeat some of the statements I made here at the last meeting. Mr. BRooks. That will be all right, sir. General PALLADINo. We had a chart. I don't happen to have a copy of the chart here. It was on the statement, which gave a status of our construction, as it stood. Mr. VAN ZANDT. May I straighten myself out here before the general starts? Now we are adopting a new policy, as I understand it. Mr. BRooks. Yes, sir. Mr. VAN ZANDT. And no longer will the lists come up to us showing the various armories that are being cleared and we clear them as a committee and then send it back to the Pentagon and they start on their way for money : Mr. BRooks. No, the future policy will be to send us a book including the line items. For instance, Batavia, N. Y., training facili

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