Military Construction Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1981: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, Second Session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980 - United States - 440 pages
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active additional Admiral Agency Air Force aircraft amount Answer appropriation approved Army Army National Guard Assistant authorization backlog base budget building Center Chairman changes Chief combat Command Committee complete consider construction program continue cost Defense Department of Defense Director energy Engineering equipment estimate Europe existing facilities family housing fiscal year 1981 FLIAKAS follows funds GILBERT hospital housing impact improve includes increase initial installations land lease locations maintenance major Marine Corps meet military construction million missile mission National Guard Naval Navy necessary Office operations Park percent personnel planning PREPARED STATEMENT present priority problem projects proposed Question readiness replace request requirements Reserve result San Diego Senator HUDDLESTON SLIDE space Station storage subcommittee submarines submitted Thank tion Trident units utilities weapons
Page 159 - 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 414 - September 1963 and was promoted to major general on 9 February 1965. On 13 September 1967, he was extended for an additional four-year term. On 20 April 1970, he was appointed Director, Army National Guard in addition to his duties as Deputy Chief, National Guard Bureau.
Page 414 - On 13 September 1967, he was extended for an additional four-year term. On 20 April 1970, he was appointed Director, Army National Guard in addition to his duties as Deputy Chief, National Guard Bureau. He...
Page 350 - The Air National Guard continues to provide a significant share of the Air Force total combat capability. Some 60 percent of the USAF air defense interceptor capability; more than one-half of the tactical reconnaissance; almost a third of the tactical airlift; one-quarter of the tactical fighter capability; 17 percent of the strategic refueling aircraft, and over 40 percent of the Tactical Air Control system of the USAF are in the Air National Guard.
Page 192 - Section 111 states that none of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available under this Act shall be obligated or expended in connection with any base realignment or closure activity, until all terms, conditions and requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act have been complied with, with respect to each such activity.
Page 120 - DIA MISSION The Defense Intelligence Agency was established in 1961 by the Secretary of Defense under the provisions of the National Security Act of 1947, as amended. The Agency is primarily responsible for managing the intelligence production activities of the DoD, as well as producing intelligence to satisfy the requirements of the National Command Authorities (NCA), Unified and Specified Commands, and the Military Departments.
Page 424 - Finally, construction in Europe is essential, if we and NATO are to gain the full benefits of the defense and deterrence which our programmed levels of forces and equipment and our readiness initiatives should provide.
Page 409 - Guard, a very large share of the force is in combat elements that give it much greater significance than mere size. The ANG provides the following percentages of the total Air Force's combat capability (expressed as percentages of total aircraft) : 60 percent of air defense interceptors, 57 percent of tactical reconnaissance aircraft, 30 percent of tactical airlift aircraft, 25 percent of tactical fighter aircraft, and 17 percent of strategic tanker aircraft.
Page 428 - STATEMENT OF MAJ. GEN. J. MILNOR ROBERTS AUS (RETIRED), EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, RESERVE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES Mr. Chairman and members of the committee...
Page 414 - May 1944 until August 1945, participating in the Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, and Ardennes Campaigns. He was released from active duty on 5 January 1946. On 3 November 1947, General Greenlief rejoined the Nebraska National Guard as Commanding Officer, Company G, 134th Infantry.