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MILITARY PERSONNEL-Continued

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Continued

1962 actual

1963 estimate

1964 estima

ACTIVE FORCES—Continued 4. Subsistence of enlisted personnel.This provides for the purchase of food supplies for issue as rations to enlisted Financing-Continued personnel, including emergency and operational rations. Unobligated balance transferred from (-)

"Army stock fund" (75 Stat. 365; 76 Stat. In addition, it provides for a cash allowance paid to en

318; annual appropriation act)

-240,000 -200.000-50, listed personnel who are given permission to mess sepa "Army industrial fund” (75 Stat. 365; anrately or who are stationed at places where rations in nual appropriation act).

-100,000

-50, kind are not available.

“Defense stock fund" (76 Stat. 318; annual
appropriation act).

- 150,000 -50, 5. Permanent change of station travel.-Tbis provides

Advances and reimbursements from (-)for permanent change of station travel for individuals and

Military assistance orders..

-1,154 -950 -1, groups of military personnel and their dependents, includ

Other accounts.

-53,122 -54,000 -42, ing dislocation and separation travel allowances, storage

Non-Federal sources

- 127,002-126,000-125, of household goods in commercial facilities, and transpor

Unobligated balance carried forward, mili-
tary assistance orders (69 Stat. 438).

350 300 tation of personal property. Payment for services fur

Obligations in excess of availability (75 Stat. nished by the Military Sea Transportation Service and 377) (-) ---

-13,218 Military Air Transport Service for transportation to and

New obligational authority from overseas of military personnel, their dependents,

3,697,000 3,592,407 3,885, household goods, and automobiles is also included. 6. Other military personnel costs.-- This provides for

New obligational authority: expenses of apprehension of deserters and escaped military Appropriation..

3,697,000 3,643,300 3,885, prisoners, payment of interest on money deposited by en Transferred to "Family housing. Defense" listed personnel, and payment of death gratuities to bene

(76 Stat. 577; 76 Stat. 236) (-).

- 50,893 ficiaries of military personnel.

Appropriation (adjusted).

3,697,000 3,592,407 3,885,

1

General and special funds:

i Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived from sale of me and clothing to service members (10 U.S.C. 4621).

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MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY For pay, allowances, individual clothing, subsistence, interest on deposits, gratuities, permanent change of station travel (including all expenses thereof for organizational movements), expenses of temporary duty travel between permanent duty stations, for members of the Army on active duty (except those undergoing reserve training), [expenses of apprehension and delivery of deserters, prisoners, and members absent without leave, including payment of rewards of not to exceed $25 in any one case, $3,643,300,000] $3,885,000,000, and, in addition ($350,000,000] $100,000,000 which shall be derived by transfer from the Army stock fund and the Defense stock fund, and $50,000,000 which shall be derived by transfer from the Army industrial fund. (10 U.S.C. 1035, 1475, 3536, 3687, 4561, 4562, 4741; 37 U.S.C. 31a-86, 231-238, 251, 253, 305; 38 U.S.C. 691a-g; 50 U.S.C. App. 2201-2216; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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Financing:
Unobligated balance transferred from (-)-

"Navy stock fund" (75 Stat. 365)... - 35.000
"Defense stock fund" (76 Stat. 318; an-
nual appropriation act).

-25,000-30,000 "Navy industrial fund" (75 Stat. 365; annual appropriation act).

-2,000

-90,000 Advances and reimbursements from (-)Other accounts.

-21,063 -22,000 -22,000 Non-Federal sources 1

-13,811 -13,600 -13,600 Unobligated balance lapsing...

5,355 New obligational authority.

2,652,536 2,707,493 2,676,000

102,700

Under existing legislation, 1963.-Additional funds are required to defray the costs of the retention, until August 1962, of those Reserve and National Guard individuals and units called to active duty during 1962. Retention of these National Guard and Reserve personnel added 11,676 man-years to the Army's average strength for 1963. Such additional costs were authorized by subsection (c) of section 512 of the Department of Defense Appropriation Act for 1963.

In addition, funds are anticipated for an increase in the basic allowance for quarters payable to military personnel. The law providing for this increase was enacted after transmittal of the 1963 budget estimates.

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MILITARY PERSONNEL, Navy For pay, allowances, individual clothing, subsistence, interest on deposits, gratuities, permanent change of station travel (including all expenses thereof for organizational movements), expenses of temporary duty travel between permanent duty stations, for members of the Navy on active duty (except those undergoing reserve training), midshipmen and aviation cadets, [and expenses of apprehension and delivery of deserters, prisoners, and members absent without leave, including payment of rewards of not to exceed $25 in any one case, $2,734,700,000] $2,676,000,000, and, in addition [$25,000,000] $30,000,000 which shall be derived by transfer from the (Navy stock fund and the] Defense stock fund, and $90,000,000 which shall be derived by transfer from the Navy industrial fund. (10 U.S.C. 5401, 5404, 5406-17, 5441-2, 5444-7, 5449–52, 5454-7, 5501, 5503, 5507, 5531, 5537, 5865, 6081-6, 6147-8, 6157, 6221, 6911-12, 6969; 12 U.S.C. 1715m; 37 U.S.C. 318-35, 37, 232–44, 251-7, 304-10d; 38 U.S.C. 691, 1011-16; 42 U.S.C. 1594d; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1963).

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Program by activities:
Direct program:

1. Pay and allowances of officers... 619,520 633,600 655,800
2. Pay and allowances of enlisted personnel 1,681,544 1,704,993 1,746,000
3. Pay and allowances of cadets and mid-
shipmen.---

8,901 8,900 8,500 4. Subsistence of enlisted personnel. 236, 131 242,200 241,600 5. Permanent change of station travel. 135,127 140,600 141,900 6. Other military personnel costs..

2,958 2,200 2,200 Total direct obligations.-- 2,684,181 2,732,493 2,796,000 Reimbursable program: I. Pay and allowances of officers....

1,466 1,800 1,800 2. Pay and allowances of enlisted personnel. 940 1,000 1,000 4. Subsistence of enlisted personnel.

32,444 32,700 32,700 5. Permanent change of station travel.

25 100 100 Total reimbursable obligations. 34,875 35,600 35,600

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Under existing legislation, 1963.

Additional funds are Direct obligations: anticipated for an increase in the basic allowance for 11 Personnel compensation: Military 424, 491 436,975 439,776

12 Personnel benefits..

127,787 131,365 144,574 quarters payable to military personnel. The law pro

21 Travel and transportation of persons.

22,116 24,818 27,057 viding for this increase was enacted after transmittal

22 Transportation of things

8,577 9,905 10,129 of the 1963 budget estimates.

25 Other services..

2,980 3,239 3,255 26 Supplies and materials.

49,356 49,645 53,209 32 Lands and structures..

3,058 42 Insurance claims and indemnities

386 462 500 MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS

43 Interest and dividends.

579

100 100 For pay, allowances, individual clothing, subsistence, interest on

Total direct obligations --

639,330 656,509 678,600 deposits, gratuities, permanent change of station travel (including all Reimbursable obligations: expenses thereof for organizational movements), expenses of tempo 11 Personnel compensation: Military

200 215 215 rary duty travel between permanent duty stations, for members of 12 Personnel benefits..

60
96

96 the Marine Corps on active duty (except those undergoing reserve 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

69 100 300 training), [and expenses of apprehension and delivery of deserters, 26 Supplies and materials..

6,789 6.989 6,989 prisoners, and members absent without leave, including payment of rewards of not to exceed $25 in any one case, $661,200,000]

Total reimbursable obligations.

7,118 7,400 7,600 $678,600,000. (10 U.S.C. 5402, 5404-5, 5409–11, 5413–17, 5441,

Total obligations.-

646,449 663,90 686,200 5443, 5445–6, 5448, 5451, 5453-6, 5458, 5502-3, 5531, 5587, 6032, 6081-6, 6147–8, 6157, 6222; 12 U.S.C. 1715m; 37 U.S.C. 31a-35, 87, 232–44, 251—?, 905–7, 309-10d; 42 U.S.C. 1594d; Department of Proposed for separate transmittal: Defense Appropriation Act, 1963.)

MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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Program by activities:
Direct program:
1. Pay and allowances of officers...

131,231 2. Pay and allowances of enlisted personnel.! 406,979 3. Pay and allowances of cadets.

1,270 4. Subsistence of enlisted personnel.. 63,652 5. Permanent change of station travel 35,547 6. Other military personnel costs..

651 Total direct obligations.

639,330 Reimbursable program: 1. Pay and allowances of officers...

209 2. Pay and allowances of enlisted personnel. 51 4. Subsistence of enlisted personnel...

6,789 5. Permanent change of station travel..

69 Total reimbursable obligations.

7,118 Total obligations...

646,449 Financing: Unobligated balance transferred from "Ma

rine Corps stock fund” (75 Stat. 365) (-). -11,000 Advances and reimbursements from (-)Other accounts.

-5,981 Non-Federal sources

-1,137 Unobligated balance lapsing-

3,670 New obligational authority

632,000

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delivery of deserters, prisoners, and members absent without leave, including payment of rewards of not to exceed $25 in any one case, $4,117,690,000] $4,148,000,000, and, in addition [$70,000,000) $20,000,000 which shall be derived by transfer from the [Air Force stock fund and the] Defense stock fund, and $10,000,000 which shall be derived by transfer from the Air Force industrial fund. (10 U.S.C. 265, 517, 555-65, 683-84, 701-04, 711-12, 744, 771-74, 858, 972, 1035, 1037, 1071-85, 1475-80, 2632, 2681, 8012, 8033–34, 8066, 807172, 8201-15, 8217-19, 8251-58, 8281, 8284-89, 8293-8303, 8305--10, 8312-13, 8441–42, 8444-52, 8491-92, 8494-8504, 8531, 8611-12, 8687, 8722, 9306, 9331-37, 9341-55, 9441, 9535, 9561, 9562, 9563, 9621-23, 9741-43, 9746, 9748; 12 U.S.C. 1715m; 18 U.S.C. 4281; 31 U.S.C. 101, 201, 203-05, 301-05, 308, 401, 402-07, 409-11, 414-17, 418, 420, 601-04, 802, 901; 88 U.S.C. 691-919, 1011-16; 42 U.S.C. 1594-949; 50 U.S.C. App. 454–55, 1001-12, 1014-16, 2201-16, 2351 56; 70A Stat. 638; Department of Defense Appropriation Acl, 1963.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Direct obligations--Continued

26 Supplies and materials.
32 Lands and structures.
41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions.
42 Insurance claims and indemnities.
43 Interest and dividends..

94,604
32,636

41
2,901
44,187

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30,582

32,750

32,750

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Program by activities:
Direct program:
1. Pay and allowances of officers.

1.253,154 1,234,924 1,252,500 2. Pay and allowances of enlisted personnel.12,339,387 2,279,911 2,344,500 3. Pay and allowances of cadets.

5,405 5,354 5,300 4. Subsistence of enlisted personnel

281,332 282.068 276,700 5. Permanent change of station travel. 288,171 289,608 295,300 6. Other military personnel costs...

5,989

Proposed for separate transmittal:

MILITARY PERSONNEL, Air FORCE

3,6613,700

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30,582

32,750

32.750

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Financing:
New obligational authority (proposed supple-

mental appropriation)..

50,000

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- 10,000

Under existing legislation, 1963.-Additional funds are —20,000 anticipated for an increase in the basic allowance for

quarters payable to military personnel. In addition, funds -14,670 -15.750 -15,750 -15,911 -17,000 -17,000

are anticipated for an increase in the amount payable as 2,381

readjustment pay to certain members of Reserve com

ponents involuntarily released from active duty. Laws 4,175,820 4,025, 526 4,148,000 providing for these increases were enacted after trans

mittal of the 1963 budget estimates.

New obligational authority.

New obligational authority:

Appropriation...
Transferred from “Military personnel, Navy"

(5 U.S.C. 172f (a)).
Transferred to (-)
"Emergency fund, Defense" (75 Stat. 381). -21,180
"Family housing, Defense” (76 Stat. 237).

Appropriation (adjusted).

4,197,000 4,117,690 4,148,000

RESERVE FORCES 1,182

The following narrative statement covers the appro--93,346

priations for the Reserve components of the Army, Navy,

Marine Corps, and Air Force. 4,175,820 4,025,526 4,148,000

1. Reserve and National Guard personnel. - This program Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived from sale of meals

provides funds for training members of the Ready Reserve and clothing to service members (10 U.S.C. 9621).

required for early mobilization needs of the Active Forces.

Most of the paid Reserve components personnel perform Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

48 or 24 drills and attend 2 weeks of active duty for training each year. Other personnel not requiring as intensive training receive only a period of active duty for training (usually 2 weeks) during the year. Active

duty for basic training is provided for personnel enlisting 2,739,584 2,768,125 2,762,603 in a Reserve component who have not previously received 965,909

959,595 1,045,945 military training Service schools and special tours of 127,668 128.990 128.552 128,531

active duty training provide additional training for I'm36,918 13,810 13,789 ited numbers of the Ready Reserve.

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These personnel strengths have been authorized and programed, subject to the following provisions:

1. All units maintain at least 90% Military Occupational Specialty qualified personnel.

2. The Reserve components will apply the same recruiting standards as the Active Army.

3. No units will be permitted to exceed the authorized strength except those specifically authorized excess strengths to accommodate reservists on drill pay status who have been displaced by the realinement of the Army's reserve forces.

It is estimated that under these provisions it will be possible to obtain the participation of the following numbers of Reserve component personnel in paid drill training by the ends of 1963 and 1964 within the programed personnel strengths of 700,000.

estimate Army Reserve...

274,500 281,000 Army National Guard..

375,500 384,400

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1964

1963 estimate

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Officers.

Enlisted. Non-prior service enlisted active duty for

training-Paid drill training, subtotal. Other paid training

Officers Enlisted..

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The numbers of Reserve component personnel estimated to participate in the paid training programs are summarized in the following table:

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YEAR-END NUMBER

56,531

58,880

59,350

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244, 497

240,485

262,119

Officers..

Enlisted. Non-prior service enlisted active duty for

training --Paid drill training, subtotal... Other paid training

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Non-prior service active duty for training --- 16,959 Officers.

2 Enlisted.

16,957

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