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Army.

DEFENSE
Army:
I-17909.

Construction program, Western Area Command, Kaiserslautern, Frankfurt and Paris.Army and BM Dec., 1952 1 July 29, 1955
Germany. (See appendix A, attached, for listing of all assign-

occupation.
ments reported on under file 1-17909.)
I-17899.
Payment of per diem to military personnel auditing overseas trans. Frankfurt.

Army and Air Force. Nov. 17, 1952 Mar. 6, 1953
portation.
I-17849-1.
Government personnel employed in civilian cafeterias.

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Mar. 13, 1953 Apr. 14, 1953
I-18092
Recreational activities of EUCOM, Garmisch and Berchtesgaden, do

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Mar. 31, 1953 May 6, 1953
Germany.
1-18888
Rehabilitation of quarters for post commander, WACOH.

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May —, 1953 June 17, 1953
1-18329.
Excess quartermaster clothing declared excess.

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7, 1953 I-18746. Service charges against owners of private automobiles, Bremerhaven. do

Nonappropriated.

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Sept. 24, 1953
I-18361 (I-17020-A)
Irregularities in accounts of E. S. Garland.

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July 6, 1953 Nov. 6, 1953 1-18365 (I-17020-A). Irregularities in accounts of class A agent, Eugene A. Jaffray.

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Nov. -, 1953 Nov, 12, 1953
1-18375.
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Oct. 13, 1953 Nov. 16, 1953
mobiles, accounts of E. S. Garland.
1-18372.
Assessment of income-tax liability against Sgt. Albert Carter.

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Non appropriated Nov. -, 1953 Nov. 18, 1953

(personal). 1-18241 (I-18902). United States property and captured German property buried in do.

Army.

Apr. 29, 1953 Jan 27, 1954
Germany.

(Mar. 25, 1955
I-18418 (I-18888)
Transportation of dependents (relatives) of Brig. Gen. O. W. Hugbes. do

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Sept. 30, 1953 Dec. 23, 1953
I-18499 (I-17997).
Survey of patient costs, 97th General Hospital, Frankfurt.

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Nov. 13, 1953 Feb. 8, 1954
I-18938.
Hitler's secret weapons.

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Aug. 26, 1954 Sept. 16, 1954
I-18815.
Time fuses, abandoned German Army war materials.

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Sept. 15, 1954 Sept. 24, 1954
I-16644.
Activities of Lt. Col. Charles M. Parkins, Jr.

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Army.

Jan, 13, 1953 Oct. 4, 1954
1-18928.
Ritburg explosion, possible negligence, U. 8. Army.

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Army and DM

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Oct. 1, 1954
occupation.

Jan. 11, 1955
I-18552.
Army requisitioned housing, Bad Neuheim, Germany.

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Oct. 22, 1954 Jan. 26, 1955
I-18519.
Replacement of drive assemblies in medium tanks.

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Army

Feb. 26, 1954 Feb.

1, 1955 I-18788 Procurement of unauthorized automotive winterization equipment, ...do.

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Oct.
4, 1954

Feb. 18, 1955
USAREUR.
I-18463.
Activities of Col. Milton L. Rosen, U. S. Army.

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Jan. 14, 1954 Mar. 14, 1955 1-18953.

(Apr. 18, 1953 Operation Drive, Army.

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Feb. 28, 1955

\June 30, 1955
1 Does not include 3 lead assig nts under file No. -17020, involving losses of funds by disbursing officers at various military installations in Europe. These leads were referred
to European branch by Division of Audits, General Accounting Office, Washington, for information only. No followup action was initiated.

2 Final report.

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submitted, 187)-Continued GERMANY-Continued

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I-18274-7 (I-19003).

I-18274-4.
Air Forces:

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Dec. --, 1963
Apr. , 1954

Jan. 12, 1954
Apr. 26, 1954

Basic allowance for quarters paid while military personnel occupy-
ing government quarters:

Capt. Guy W. Stringer, USN.
Lt. (j. g.) Berne M. Kimwich, USN.

Various personnel, Navy advance base, Bremerhaven.
Reimbursement for cost of transportation of privately owned vehicles

of military personnel, accounts of R. L. Turner.
Basic allowance for quarters paid while military personnel occupy-
ing government quarters:

Various personnel, Navy advance base, Bremerhaven.

Capt. John E. Dingweli, USN.
Scrap, critical materials, surplus and excess property, USAFE:

Rhine Main..
Erding.
Neubiberg
Furstenfeldbruck

Wiesbaden
Construction of apartments and other facilities, Wiesbaden
Basic allowances for quarters paid while military personnel occupy.
ing Government quarters:

Frederick N. Palmer, 1st Lt., USAF.
Wallace B. de St. Jeor, Lt. Col., USAF.

Various personnel, Spanglahlen Air Base.
Scrap, critical materials, surplus and excess property, USAFE,

Rhine Main, Neubiburg, and Erding.

1-18902 0.
1-18902-1
I-18902-2.
I-18902-3.
I-18902-4.
I-18987.

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I-18274-9.
1-18902-5.

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1953
Dec. 1953
Sept. 1953
July 25, 1952

Nov. 25, 1953
Sept. 2, 1954
Mar. 25, 1955
Jan. 27, 1954

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ITALY

DEFENSE
Army:

1-17881
I-18363 (I-17020-A).
1-17736.

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1-18384.

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I-18495.
1-17736-1.

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Claims, per diem allowances, Trieste
Irregularities, Accounts of class B agent, Kenneth Robinson..
Disposal of batteries and improper storage of tires, USFA General

Depot, Leghorn, Italy.
Procurement of automotive personnel rosters not required, USFA

Command.
Sale of quartermaster gasoline to individuals in Italy,
Improper storage of materials and depot excesses, USFA General

Depot.
Umatilla Ordnance Depot, Ordnance, Oreg., faulty storage of am.

munition.
Military pay system, proposed revision.
Payment of retroactive social benefits to indigenous employees,

ŘSA, Naples.
Per diem payments to military personnel on extended TDY.
Station per diem allowances paid to Air Force personnel, Pisa, Italy

Nov. 6, 1952 Jan. 30, 1953
May

Nov. 10, 1953
Feb.
-, 1953

Oct. 21, 1953

Nov. 13, 1953
June -, 1953 Dec. 31, 1953
Feb. 2, 1954 July 20, 1954
Feb., 1953 Dec. 21, 1954
Sept. 24, 1954 Jan. 11, 1955
Nov. 10, 1954 Jan. 31, 1955
Apr. 21, 1955 June 10, 1955

I-18898.

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1-18924. Navy:

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Navy.

Air Force:

1-18389
I-18387

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Army and Air Force
Air Force

Apr. 10, 1953 Sept. 24, 1953
May 10, 1953 Aug. 6, 1954

CIVILIAN
State:

I-18462.
1-18383
I-18925

State

Booklet, History of United States Embassy Buildings, Rome.
Liability insurance, Government-owned automobiles, Rome.
Wooden packing crates and lift vans, survey of disposition by State

Department employees.

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Oct. -, 1953 Mar, 8, 1954
Sept. 11, 1953

SMay 26, 1954

(July 19, 1955
Oct. 21, 1954 Apr. 27, 1955

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International Cooperation
Administration:

I-18276.

Publicity expenditures, Rome, Italy

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Mar. —, 1953 Sept. 14, 1954

International Cooper

ation Administrarion (H&M-FOA).

American Battle Monuments
Commission:

1-18516-1

Review, American Battle Monuments Commission.

Mar. 13, 1954

Nov. 9, 1954

American Battle

Monuments Com-
mission,

1 See footnote, page 95.

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