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Page 7882 - Force, the Chief of Naval Operations and the Commandant of the Marine Corps in overseas areas on attache or mission aircraft.
Page 7320 - They are determined to safeguard the freedom, common heritage and civilization of their peoples, founded on the principles of democracy, individual liberty and the rule of law.
Page 7559 - The seizure of power by armed force, the settlement of the issue by war, is the central task and the highest form of revolution.
Page 7559 - In the last analysis, the Marxist-Leninist theory of proletarian revolution is the theory of the seizure of state power by revolutionary violence, the theory of countering war against the people by people's war. As Marx so aptly put it, "Force is the midwife of every old society pregnant with a new one.
Page 7559 - Everything is divisible. And so is this colossus of US imperialism. It can be split up and defeated. The peoples of Asia, Africa, Latin America and other regions can destroy it piece by piece, some striking at its head and others at its feet.
Page 7329 - First, against the forces we expect the Soviets to have during the next decade, it will be virtually impossible for us to be able to ensure anything approaching complete protection for our population, no matter how large the general nuclear war forces we were to provide, including even the hypothetical possibility of striking first.
Page 8076 - The purpose of the change is to effect the committee's desire to increase the number of surface naval vessels which will possess the invaluable ability to cruise with almost unlimited endurance.
Page 7537 - Department-wide activities include: the management and staff advisory functions of the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the organization of the Joint Chiefs...
Page 7296 - I will be discussing costs in terms of "total obligational authority" (TOA), that is, the full cost of an annual increment of a program regardless of the year in which the funds are authorized, appropriated, or expended. These costs will differ, in many cases, from the amounts requested for authorization and appropriation, especially in the procurement accounts where certain prior year funds are available to finance 1965 programs.
Page 7329 - In order to assess the capabilities of our general nuclear war forces over the next several years, we must take into account the size and character of the forces the Soviets are likely to have during the same period.

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