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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)-Continued
RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND
1963 1964 estimate estimate
New obligational authority-Continued
-12,611 -6,000 "Research, development, test, and evaluation, Air Force"
-104,000 -8.000 "Research, development, test, and evaluation, Defense agencies".
-620 "Salaries and expenses, Advanced Research Projects Agency, Defense”.
, Marine Corps". -3,000
-4,750 “Military construction, Navy".
New obligational authority-Continued Transferred (75 Stat. 374) from-Continued “Research, development, test, and evalua
tion, Navy". "Research development, test, and evalua
tion, Air Force".
"Military personnel, Navy".
, Air Force".
tional Guard" "Operation and maintenance, Air National
Guard”. "Other procurement, Air Force" “Research, development, test, and evalua
39,464 21,180 15,470 1,600 3,920 16,450
For completion of prior year budget plans..
Available to finance new budget plans. Reprograming from prior year budget plans (-). Unobligated balance transferred to "Military construction, Advanced Research Projects Agency,
Defense" (75 Stat. 374)--"Research, development, test, and evaluation, Defense agencies"
(76 Stat. 327). Advances and reimbursements from other accounts (-) ---Unobligated balance carried forward for completion of prior year budget plans...
New obligational authority-.
New obligational authority:
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
Titan. In order to maintain on a sustained basis a maximum number of missiles at sea, facilities, including those necessary for overhaul and test, are proposed to
support the Polaris system in both the Atlantic and Direct obligations:
Pacific. Facilities are also included to improve the 11 Personnel compensation:
effectiveness of the manned bombers, their weapons, and Permanent positions.
associated refueling aircraft. Positions other than permanent.
2 Other personnel compensation.
Continental air and missile defense forces.
which will provide improvements to the Nike Hercules Total personnel compensation..
air defense missile system are proposed, including facilities 12 Personnel benefits...
and modifications to provide the system with protection 21 Travel and transportation of persons.
308 22 Transportation of things..,
against radiation fallout. Facilities to accommodate and 23 Rent, communications, and utilities..
maintain greater survival dispersion for the interceptor 24 Printing and reproduction.
aircraft, such as the F-101, F-102, and F-106, are pro25 Other services..
vided as well as facilities for the continued improvement 26 Supplies and materials..
60 31 Equipment.-
of the aircraft control and warning net. Construction of
facilities to augment and improve the coastal detection, Total direct obligations..
classification, and tracking of submarines is provided, Reimbursable obligations:
along with facilities to detect, identify, and determine 25 Other services.
orbits of earth satellites. Total obligations.--
General purpose forces. Facilities for these elements will be constructed in the various overseas areas of
assignment and in the United States at their home ports Personnel Summary
or bases. The facilities include runway extensions,
hangars, maintenance shops, hardstands, ammunition Total number of permanent positions.
storage, troop housing, and other structures peculiar to Average number of all employees..
81 Number of employees at end of year.
either the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Air Force units
84 Average GS grade.
stationed at the particular installation. Facilities to Average GS salary...
support these conventional forces represent 22% of the direct, total construction program.
Sealift and airlift forces. --Additional operational and
maintenance facilities will be provided to increase the MILITARY CONSTRUCTION
effectiveness of the transport aircraft assigned to the
Tactical Air Command and the Military Air Transport The direct military construction programs for the
Command. Armed Forces, both Regular and Reserve, shown in the Reserve forces.—The facilities required for the training individual schedules of this title are summarized in the of the Reserve Forces include: armories and training following table in thousands of dollars):
centers, nonarmory facilities such as maintenance shops
and warehouses; and aviation facilities such as airfield MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
pavements, maintenance shops, and training buildings. 1962 actual 1963 estimate 1964 estimate Research and development. The research and developRegular Forces
921,624 1,144,287 1,151,000
ment projects include general laboratory structures which Reserve Forces
67,594 46,302 42,000 Interservice activities.
12,262 55,377 50,700
house many separate but associated activities such as the
laboratories proposed for the Guidance Control and AeroTotal.--1,001,480 1,245,966 1,243,700 ballistic Missile Facility, Redstone Arsenal, Ala.; the En
vironmental Medicine Laboratory, Natick, Mass.; and Most of the appropriations required for the military the Structural Mechanics Laboratory, Carderock, Md. construction accounts are dependent on the enactment of Other facilities in this grouping are unique structures in authorizing legislation. The details of this legislation themselves, such as the vacuum telescope, Sacramento have been completed and are being submitted to the Peak, N. Mex., and the rocket research test stands and
related facilities at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. FacilCongress for early consideration.
ities for testing the mobile medium range ballistic missile 1. Major construction. This category provides for
system are provided and further work is proposed for the acquisition of land for and construction of military projects Titan III/Dynasoar launching complex at Cape Canaveral, in the United States and overseas as authorized in cur Fla. Facilities are provided for the continued improverently effective military construction acts and the new ment of both the Atlantic and Pacific missile ranges which authorization referred to above. These authorizations control and record our missile, satellite, and space shots. include construction projects as defined in Department of General support.- Projects in this grouping cover operaDefense Directive 7040.2 where the estimated cost of such tional and training facilities, communication facilities, construction exceeds $25 thousand per project. Under maintenance and production facilities, supply facilities, this category the major program elements proposed for hospital and medical facilities, administrative facilities 1964 are as follows:
troop housing and community facilities, and utilities and Strategic retaliatory forces. Facilities are to be con
ground improvements. These projects though important
to the effective functioning of the armed services, are not structed for additional hardened Minuteman missiles in
related directly to any one particular force, or weapon an improved configuration. Funds also are included to
system, and, in fact, serve as common support for any provide improvements for greater safety and more reli- number of forces or systems. In addition to the above ability to the earlier ballistic missile systems, Atlas and requirements of the military services, this grouping covers
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION—Continued kinds of weather by an electronic system of navigation
which provides continuous navigational positions by the construction needs of the following Defense agencies: means of intersecting lines of position. Defense Atomic Support Agency, Defense Communica
Construction, Alaska Communication System.-In actions Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, Defense
cordance with a Department of Defense reorganization Supply Agency, National Security Agency, and the Advanced Research Projects Agency.
order, effective July 1, 1962, responsibility for operation
and maintenance of the Alaska Communication System 2. Minor construction.--Provision is made for construc
was transferred from the Secretary of the Army to the tion of permanent and temporary projects that are not
Secretary of the Air Force. Pursuant to this transfer of otherwise authorized by law but which are determined Secretary of the Air Force.
responsibility, transfer of $426 thousand of the unoblito be urgently required and do not exceed $200 thousand per project for the Regular Forces, and $50 thousand per tion, Alaska Communication System, Army to the
gated balance of funds from the appropriation Construcproject for the Reserve Forces. Provision is made in the applicable operation and maintenance appropriations for
appropriation Military construction, Air Force was ap
proved under the provisions of section 407 of the National construction projects as defined in Department of Defense Security Act of 1947, as amended (5 U.S.C. 172f(a)), and Directive 7040.2 where the estimated cost of such construction is $25 thousand or less per project.
Executive Order 10530, dated May 10, 1954. In view of
these actions language is proposed which will close out 3. Planning.-- This provides for necessary planning of
the account. military construction projects, including design, standards, criteria, studies, appraisals, and other related activities.
General and special funds: 4. Supporting activities.- Provision is made for activities such as the defense access road program and minor
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, ARMY land acquisitions.
For acquisition, construction, installation, and equipment of Loran stations.--These funds are advanced to the Coast
temporary or permanent public works, military installations and Guard for construction of loran stations in areas essential facilities for the Army as currently authorized in military public to the defense of the United States. Loran transmitting
works or military construction Acts, in sections 2673 and 2675 of
title 10, United States Code, to remain available until expended, stations permit safe and effective operation of ships,
[$181,272,000] $ 249,500,000. (Military Construction Appropriasubmarines, and aircraft of the military services in all tion Act, 1963; authorizing legislation to be proposed.)
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
Note.-Reconciliation of budget plan to obligations:
1962 actual 1963 estimate 1964 estimale Total budget plan...
361,098 412, 014 499, 500 Deduct portion of budget plan to be obligated in subsequent years. 158, 256 157, 453 157, 453 Add obligations of prior year budget plans.
94, 268 126, 439 157, 453
297, 110 381,000 499, 500
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)-Continued
2,505 3,438 196 1,865 Total obligations
297,110 381,000 43,096 Obligations are distributed as follows: Defense Military, Army
294,605 377,562 Office of Emergency Planning -
3 Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads.
2,464 3,312 21,223 Defense-Civil, Panama Canal...
15 2,397 Interior, Bureau of Mines...
4 575 General Services Administration..
1 Average number of persons: 1962, 218; 1963, 209; 1964, 214. 2,000 175
Personnel Summary 34,961 50
actual estimate 639 8,000
ARMY 5,000 Total number of permanent positions..
4,174 5,042 173,380 Full-time equivalent of other positions.
30 Average number of all employees...
3,532 4,795 248,500 Number of employees at end of year.
4,114 5,589 Average GS grade.
8.7 8.8 Average GS salary.
$7,383 $7,878 21,873 Average salary of ungraded positions.
$3,156 830 30
ALLOCATION ACCOUNTS 2,000 Total number of permanent positions.
6 225,267 Full-time equivalent of other positions.
2 Average number of all employees...
4 250,000 Number of employees at end of year.
2 Average GS grade.
9.4 9.4 498,500 Average GS salary.
11 Personnel compensation.
Services of other agencies.
Total direct obligations.... Reimbursable obligations:
11 Personnel compensation..
Total reimbursable obligations..
ALLOCATION ACCOUNTS 11 Personnel compensation:
Permanent positions --
Total personnel compensation.
Services of other agencies.
30 5,262 6,001
8.7 $7,944 $3,123
6 1 1
1 9.4 $7,270
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, Navy For acquisition, construction, installation, and equipment of temporary or permanent public works, naval installations, and facilities for the Navy as currently authorized in military public works or military construction Acts, in sections 2673 and 2675 of title 10, United States Code, including personnel in the Bureau of Yards and Docks and other personal services necessary for the purposes of this appropriation, to remain available until expended, [$193,355,000] $269,900,000. (Military Construction Appropriation Act, 1963; authorizing legislation to be proposed.)
Note.-Reconciliation of budget plan to obligations:
1962 actual 1963 estimate 1964 estimale Total budget plan..
251, 957 253, 104 319, 900 Deduct portion of budget plan to be obligated in subsequent years. 95, 126 81, 104 86, 400 Add obligations of prior year budget plan...
67, 321 48,000 66, 500
224, 152 220,000 300,000