Military Construction Appropriations for 1982: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, First Session, Part 2
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Military Construction Appropriations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1982 - United States
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1982 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION ACTUAL ADEQUATE administrative AIR FORCE aircraft Appropriation areas ARMORY Army ARNG assigned AUTHORIZED BASE BASIS building CATEGORY CODE Center COMMAND COMPONENT FY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA continue Contract COST ESTIMATES ITEM COST TO OPERATE CURRENT SITUATION DATE FY Defense DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED energy EQUIPMENT ESTIMATED COST ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST EXISTING FACILITY Family Housing Fiscal Fuel FUNCTION FY 1982 MILITARY GUARD AND RESERVE HOUSING IMPACT Improve includes INSTALLATION AND LOCATION January Maintenance MAJOR MILES Military Construction Program MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT mission month OPERATE AND MAINTAIN Parking Percent Complete PERMANENT PERSONNEL PLANNED Pollution PREVIOUS EDITIONS PROGRAM ELEMENT PROJECT COST PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT TITLE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION PROPOSED FACILITY PROVIDED QUANTITY UNIT COST Ratio Real Property REPLACEMENT REQUIREMENT Safety space Specifications START STATUS storage STRENGTH SUBSTANDARD Subtotal SUPPLEMENTAL DATA SUPPORTING FACILITIES TOTAL OFFICER ENLISTED TOTAL REQUEST TPSN TYPE UNIT COST COST UTILIZATION VEHICLES Water
Page 166 - FACILITY ..... 45 ($000) B. NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT THE FUNCTION OF THE PROPOSED FACILITY ...................... 0 (PEOPLE) C.
Page 551 - B. SIMILAR UNUSED SPACE: Real Property Categories NONE "> Quantity/Unit of Measure C. OUTSTANDING POLLUTION AND SAFETY (OSHA) VIOLATIONS: 1. Air Pollution 2.
Page 4 - Adequate protection areas are available to fulfill a station's requirements; or (2) The presence of personnel during period of fall-out radiation would Impair facility operations; or (3) Economic limitations necessitated either deferral or accomplishment by some other means...