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Titan

363, 481, 493, 494, 516, 759
TOW

546, 554, 751, 752
ULMS

298,
309, 338, 356, 364, 365, 366, 496, 497, 537, 547, 554, 603, 604, 607, 609,
616, 623, 628, 663, 664, 665, 696, 708, 711, 716, 724, 725, 743, 756, 766,

780, 791, 804, 817, 818, 819, 820, 821, 825, 872, 875
Vulcan.

378, 751, 759, 776, 778, 826, 829, 873
Walleye

391, 759
Missiles, United States in competition with foreign models..

826
Missions, and military assistance groups (MAAG).

726
Modern escorts---

658
Modern fleet shipbuilding program.

659
Modernization emphasized..

673
Modernization of Armed Forces.

690
Moorer, Adm. Thomas H., U.S. Navy, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
statement of..

488-521
Active duty strengths-ground combat forces..

522
Attack submarines (chart)-

521
Conclusion

515
Evolution of United States and Soviet missile forces.

493, 516
Force changes.--

490
General purpose forces.

506
Ground combat forces..

511
Home defense interceptor aircraft, United States and Soviet (chart)-- 519
Home defense surface-to-air missile launchers, United States and
Soviet (chart)--

520
Intelligence divergence_-

491
Intercontinental strategic offensive delivery vehicles, United States
and Soviet (chart)-

519
Maintaining military power--

489
Major operational combat surface ships (chart)-

520
NATO-Warsaw pact balance in the central region.

513
Naval forces.--

507
Strategic balance, summary of the..

505
Strategic forces---

491
Strategic forces of the Peoples Republic of China.

503
Tactical air forces---

510
Tactical aircraft (chart).

521
Theater nuclear forces..

506
United States and Soviet :
ICBM forces.

494, 516, 517
SLBM forces.

496, 517, 518
Strategic bomber forces.-

497, 518
Strategic defense forces---

502
Strategic offensive balance..

498
Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions (MBFR)

408, 544, 581, 624, 714
Mutual Defense Force Reduction (MDFR)

713
Mutual defense pacts, operative sections of:
ANZUS

565
China

565
Japan

565
Korea

565
NATO

564
Philippines

565
Rio

565
SEATO

564

N

National Command Authorities (NCA)
National Military Command System (NMCS)
Naval war in two oceans possible.
Net assessment
Net Assessments, Director of..
New construction, ships and submarines (tables)
New initiatives, R.D.T. & E. (table)--

434
434
661
690
542

536
867-869

Page
622, 623

673
674
585

704
532

529
609-610, 843

641
645
681

844
635, 700

635
703

New Obligational Authority (NOA).
Nixon Doctrine -

Application of
Nonproliferation Treaty, nations ratifying----
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO):

Air defense ground environment (NADGE)
Allied equipment improvements.
Allies logistics capabilities.
Allies, R. & D.
Allies, realistic conventional capability-
Allies, reserve forces.-
Change of strategy-
Close air support development-
Commitment
Early warning
Estimates of Warsaw Pact expenditures (table)
Forces :

And supplies.
Augmentation time -
Political question of --

Reduction
Forward defense posture.
French participation in.
Headquarters in SHAPE.

Annual cost of maintaining forces in.
General officers in.--
Headquarters staff reduction -

Ratio of U.S. and allied personnel contributions..
Reserve and Guard division in, plans.-

U.S. commitment to------
NSF and DOD request consistent with 1971 resolution.
Nuclear attack submarines.-
Nuclear carrier, fourth..
Nuclear war in Europe.
Nuclear weapons, destruction deterrent---

530
523
582
544

530
531, 643

711
714
712
712
712

680
582, 724

863
693
611
523
547

0
Obligational authority increase_

524
Ocean surveying ---

850
Operating cost comparisons, Polaris/Poseidon and ULMS.

629
Operational testing--

878
Operational testing, separate command in each service---

708
Over-The-Horizon radar (OTH)

364, 370, 371, 502, 586, 672, 673
Outlays for fiscal year 1972..

622

P
Parametric costs analyses.-
Parity, basis for lack of -
Patrol Frigate versus Sea Control Ship--
Pave Nail..---
Pay raise.
Perimeter acquisition radars (PAR's).
Personnel level in Europe---
Personnel recruitment-
Personnel skills, combat missions, lacking-
Physicians and dentists on active duty----
Planning, Programing and Budgeting System (PPBS)-
Poseidon (see also Missiles):

Launch tubes retrofit.
New vessels to handle..

Test firing results ---
Production Evaluation Missiles (PEMs)
Program comparison, type and scope.
Program continuation and initiation.-
Program delays..

604
836
548

879
522, 619, 621

503
581, 638-641

802
578

646
420, 689

725
538
547
547
823
870
815

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R. & D. major accomplishments in past 10 years.

545–547
R. & D. request increase

880
Readiness Command, Florida.

700
Realistic deterrent

604
Recomputation money

620
Recruitment program-

720
Reenlistments

710
Removal of division from Europe, effect of-

575
Reprograming controls

808
Research activities formerly funded by DOD and now funded by the
NSF (table)----

847
Research and development budget, strategic and general purpose forces--- 841
Research and development by appropriation, DOD support of (table). 857
Research and development expenditure parity with Soviets.

835
Research and exploratory development---

877
Reserves :
Aircraft for.---

550
Feasibility of combining-

551
Involved in ground combat-

708
Legislation to draft into -

523, 509
Reliance on.

704
Support for.---

688
Retirement:
Benefits

668
Incentive, decrease.

671
Pay

644
System

527

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872

845
871

s
S-3A engine problems.-
Safeguard (see also Missiles):

Operation of

Site cost---
SAM-D (see also Missiles) :

Length of research and cost-

Tests in Western Europe..
Sanguine
Sea Control Ship (SCS)--
Sea power projection..
Seabed, restriction of use for nuclear weapons.
Sealift Procurement And National Security (SPANS).
SEATO agreement
Security, future maintenance of..
Selected Acquisition Reports (SAR)
Selective Service System.-
Serviceman's Group Life Insurance (SGLI).
707's, cost basis.-
Shipbuilding program inefficiencies..
Ships :

CVAN-70
CVN-70
DD-963
DLGN-38
LVTP-7

548
555
862
693
658
850
400
676
602
605
719
455
611
692

298, 482, 616, 716

280, 394
394, 397
379, 394

385

Page
Ships and convoys, attrition against--

658
Ships, rotation of-----

684
Ships, smaller and cheaper...

663
Smith, Senator Margaret Chase, prepared questions.

522, 644
Southeast Asia funds, use of----

682
Soviet :
ABM

536
Antiship missiles..

717, 828
Attack potential

662
Bomber force

552
Budget, estimated percentage for personnel.

562
MIRV system.-

536
Missile parity--

583
Restrictions of operation.-
Shipbuilding capability --

502
Submarine development rate-

818
Threat, scope of.-

600
Threat to Safeguard--

692
Weapon systems at lower cost---

625
Stennis, Senator John C., prepared questions..

688, 711,
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) --

361,

373, 505, 602, 625, 626, 627, 695
Strategic parity through MIRV---

617
Stuttgart European Command, elimination of -

576
Submarines, average age and standard surface displacement tonnage of
U.S. operational attack (table) -

534
Surface Effect Ship (SES):
Propulsion systems for..

810
Prototype

810
Surface ships---

533
Symington, Senator Stuart, prepared questions -

542

T
Tactical aircraft inventory---

722
Tank development, United States and Soviet_

570
Tank development versus helicopter-

802
Technical superiority, major deficiencies_-

606
Technological parity, cost of..

798
Technological superiority -

539, 827
Technology base-----

877, 880
Test facilities, need for improved efficiency

848
Test results, reliability of

857
Testing schedule procedure.

654
Thailand, plan for defense of__

677
Construction in (table)-

681
Cost of bases in.

681
Think tanks ----

815
Third-country personnel financed by United States in Southeast Asia - 727
Thurmond, Senator Strom, prepared questions..

574, 880
Total force planning and the future_-

601
Tower, Senator John G., prepared questions.

878
Tri-Capability (TRICAP)-

382, 401, 459
Troop level parity with Soviets---

541

811

U
Underground testing
Undersea Long-range Missile System (ULMS):

Concurrency
Cost
Development
Estimated program cost
Program acceleration.-
Program justification.-
Program urgency

711
696, 825
537, 603

547
695, 872, 874

664, 665
666, 817

Tradeoffs
Unified headquarters in Europe, need for.-
United States and Soviet ship comparison..

Tonnage
UTTAS prototypes---

Page
609
575
534
535
830

V

Value engineering-
Variable Geometry Wing (VGW)-

849
344, 353

Warning system for submarine launched missiles_

580
Warning time in event of Soviet attack----

574
Warsaw Pact allies.---

617
Weapons cost parity with Soviets_

526
Weapon systems development and procurement, report to the Congress--- 862
Weapons systems versus troops---

554
Worldwide Military Command and Control System (WWMCCS)-- 425, 434, 706

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Active duty personnel and number of ships, fiscal year 1964, 1968, 1972, and
1973

945
Additional carrier, need for.

1038
Aircraft :
A 4 (Skyhawk)

890, 901, 934
A-6 (Intruder).

-890, 896, 901, 905, 934, 966, 1062, 1075
A-7E (Corsair II)

890, 896, 901, 905, 966, 1062
AH-1 (Cobra)-

905, 1045
AV-6B (Harrier).

896, 905, 1030
B-52 (Stratofortress)

1035
C-3

987
G-5A (Galaxy).

1064
C-9

1062
CH-46 (Sea Knight)

1045
CH-53

901, 906, 1045
C-39 (Sabreliner).

1062
E-2C (Hawkeye)

890, 901, 905, 966
EA-6B (Intruder)

896, 905
F 4 (Phantom).

887, 934, 1044
F-8

934
F-14 (fighter aircraft)

885,
890, 896, 901, 905, 906, 914, 921, 934, 966, 969, 992, 1018, 1022, 1024,

1025, 1030, 1036, 1040, 1044, 1064, 1077, 1086
F-15 (fighter aircraft).

1021
KA-6 (Tanker)

966
Light Airborne Multi-Purpose System (LAMPS).

1053, 1086
OV-10 (Bronco)

887, 1038, 1045
P-30 (Orion)---

890, 896, 901, 905, 990, 999, 1018
RA-5 (Vigilante)-

966
RH-53D (Sea Stallion).

890
S-3A (antisubmarine aircraft)

885,
890, 896, 901, 905, 906, 966, 990, 1018, 1064, 1076, 1077, 1086
T-2C (Buckeye)---

905, 1062
UH-1N (Iroquois).

905, 1038

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