Hearings on National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1989--H.R. 4264 and Oversight of Previously Authorized Programs: Before the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session : Title I--Procurement of Aircraft, Missiles, Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Ammunition, and Other Procurement : Hearings Held March 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17, 1988, Volume 5

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Page 168 - ... be real careful on this 1994 date. If it is going to take a little longer, so be it. I think Congress should be very careful on mandating dates like this and only work within the parameters and purview that we know we can understand and actually work with. Thank you for yielding. Mr. ROWLAND. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. I would make a note that Mr. Hansen was the Speaker of the House in the Utah State Legislature. Mr. HANSEN. It wasn't my bill, though. [Laughter.] Mr. ROWLAND. I have never...
Page 223 - They have done an excellent job, and we appreciate it. [Whereupon, at 4:25 pm, the subcommittee was recessed, to reconvene at 10 am, Thursday, March 10, 1988.] [The following questions were submitted for the record by Representative Albert G. Bustamante, a Representative from Texas, and were answered by Dr. Thomas J. Welch, Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (Atomic Energy) (Chemical Matters):] BIGEYE BOMB Mr.
Page 378 - Soviets, our research and development programs now ready for production and fielding must be supported for two reasons: • First, a strong, well trained and modern conventional force will reduce the necessity for escalation to nuclear weapons by our side. As long as our conventional forces are capable of deterring the Soviets we will not quickly be forced to resort to nuclear weapons. • Second, should tactical nuclear weapons be reduced or disappear from the battlefield, the remaining conventional...
Page 386 - Analysis/Battle Management, SDC's long range goal is to provide control of the highly complex, multilayered defense system. SDC is now focusing on mid-course and terminal phases of hostile missile flight, and is working on both continental and theater defense modes. In...
Page 395 - COEA will continue, requirements documents will be completed, and a request for proposal will be released to industry for technology demonstrations or full scale development, depending on technology maturity The acquisition of targets beyond direct observation is accomplished though several methods...
Page 380 - MANPRINT, the manpower and personnel integration program. This program seeks to integrate the full range of human factors engineering, manpower, personnel, training, health hazard assessment, and system safety to improve soldier performance throughout the entire materiel development and acquisition process.
Page 440 - M05900 M-9 ARMORED CMBT EARTHMOVER ( ACE ) ( MYP ) ML5320 ITEMS LESS THAN $2.0M (ENG NON-CONST) COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT MF9300 AIR COND VARIOUS SIZE/CAPACITIES M86600 FIELD KITCHEN, MOBILE, TRL MTD M86900 MODULAR FIELD KITCHEN MA9500 DIVING EQUIPMENT MA9600 FIRETRUCKS M90900 HEATER DUCT TYPE, 250,000/400,000 BTU M87600 LAUNDRY UNIT/TRL MTD MB2000 TAG PRINTING AND BINDING EQUIPMENT ML5325 ITEMS LESS THAN S2.0M...
Page 402 - Deep operations will isolate the current close operation from enemy reinforcements so that our qualitative edge in training and equipment can defeat the Soviet's quantitative edge. Deep operations are designed to shape the conditions in which future close operations will be conducted. Deep operations are normally conducted at the corps level of command and above.
Page 204 - Compliance. This section identifies the major Federal and state statutes applicable to the CSDP, and describes current plans for compliance with these regulations. 6.6.1 Environmental Impact Considerations. On January 28, 1986 the Army published a Notice of Intent to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the disposal of lethal chemical agents and munitions.
Page 382 - Other by products of this technological change include increased information flow during continuous operations over an extended, integrated, highly lethal battlefield Between now and the 21st Century, we must be prepared to fight this battle with soldiers that have already been born...

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