Military Construction Appropriations for 1956: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, First Session. Department of the Air Force, Части 1-5
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1955 - Всего страниц: 561
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acres additional Air Command Air Defense Air Defense Command Air Force Academy Air Force Base Air Materiel Command aircraft airmen Airport amount appropriation asking authorized believe building carryover Chairman Colonel CROSSEY Colonel EWBANK Colonel HAAS Colonel PRICE Colonel RAMBEAU Colorado Springs committee CONGRESS contract cost DAVIS DEANE depot Discussion dormitories easement eneral RODENHAUSER engineering eral estimated facilities family housing FERRY fiscal year 1956 Floete's office funds GIBBENS going hangar headquarters hospital included installation land located MAHON maintenance Major LANGFORD McCLOUD ment MERRILL miles military million mission neral operation percent personnel planning present proceed question record request RODEN HAUSER runway SCRIVNER Secretary TALBOTT square feet statement station storage Strategic Air Command swimming pool TACAN talking taxiway things tion TURNER units unobligated utilities WASHBOURNE WHITTEN World War II
Стр. 41 - ... next year and the year after that, and the year after that, will be impaired.
Стр. 512 - Amendments of 1962 indicate that the term safe has reference to health of man, nowhere do they define safety. Discussing this subject before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations of the House of Representatives, the Commissioner of FDA pointed out that no effective drug can be absolutely safe.
Стр. 537 - I would like to thank the Committee for giving me the opportunity to testify and speak today regarding trade opportunities in the Middle East.
Стр. 152 - When you get into that, you get into a cubic-feet problem. I would like to furnish that for the record ; I do not have the figure in mind. Mr. HORAN. I also want ties, poles, posts, and any other use of the national forest resources. Mr. WATTS. Of the national forests or the Nation's forests? Mr. HORAN. Of the Nation's forests, because that work has a direct bearing not only on the national forests, but on the...
Стр. 101 - AVe also need additional land, which is included in this program, in that the runway lengths which were adequate in World War II are not adequate for present-day fighters. So we must go beyond the boundaries of World War II. Mr. DEANE. When do you think that the land acquisition will be completed to the point you can begin construction? Colonel PRICE. Upon approval of the authorization bill and the appropriation of funds I see no reason why we should not be in a position to proceed with construction...
Стр. 548 - ... of the military academy at West Point and the naval academy at Annapolis, and giving members of Congress another excuse for neglecting their proper legislative functions to busy themselves with patronage.
Стр. 14 - States aircraft control and warning program is that 7.4 percent of $105,883,000 shown under outside continental United States, much of which is to continue construction of the distant early warning (DEW) line across the most northerly practicable part of North America. The balance provides additional facilities at warning sites in Alaska, Canada, and other overseas locations. A security classified presentation of all of the operational aspects and status of the air defense system is available for...
Стр. 316 - Continental Air Command, including supervision and inspection of the Air National Guard of the United States. Administration and training of engineering aviation units assigned to the Continental Air Command.
Стр. 307 - In most instances these people probably believe that it is essential, but it is a matter of opinion as to whether it is or is not.
Стр. 208 - ... DWORSHAK. Do you think this is a pretty big order, I mean over the years? It may not be for 1 year, but on the base of what you say and I know you are an authority on tungsten, I make the inference that it may be necessary for 10 years or 20 years to take care of this because if you shut down a mine a year from now or 5 years from now or 10 years from now it is just as devastating in its results as if you shut it down now.