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COAST GUARD AUTHORIZATION, 1968—ICEBREAKER

PROGRAM

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1967

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

SUBCOMMITTEE ON COAST GUARD,
COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY, AND NAVIGATION
OF THE COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES,

Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met at 10:05 a.m., pursuant to call, in room 1334, Longworth House Office Building, Hon. Frank M. Clark (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.

Mr. CLARK. The subcommittee will come to order. We are meeting this morning to consider bills introduced by the chairman, by Mr. Lennon, and by me, to authorize appropriations for procurement of vessels and aircraft and for construction of shore and offshore establishments for the Coast Guard.

(H.R. 5401, H.R.5424, and H.R. 5451 follow :)

(H.R. 5401, 90th Cong., 1st sess.)

A BILL To authorize appropriations for procurement of vessels and aircraft and con

struction of shore and offshore establishments for the Coast Guard

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1968 for the use of the Coast Guard as follows:

Vessels
For procurement, extension of service life, and increasing capability of vessels,
$39,776,000.
A. Procurement :

(1) one bigh-endurance cutter;
(2) one oceanographic cutter;
(3) two large patrol craft;
(4) two river tenders; and

(5) design of icebreaker. B. Increasing capability :

(1) install balloon tracking radar on four high-endurance cutters;

(2) obtain precision navigational equipment for high-endurance cutters; and

(3) increase fuel capacity and improve babitability on six high-endurance cutters. C. Extension of service life: (1) improve icebreakers.

Aircraft
For procurement of aircraft, $25,475,000.

(1) nine medium-range helicopters;
(2) twelve short-range helicopters;
(3) one transport aircraft; and
(4) search and rescue reconfiguration of medium-range aircraft.

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Construction For establishment or development of installations and facilities by acquisitior construction, conversion, extension, or installation of permanent or temporar public works, including the preparation of sites and furnishing of appurtenances utilities, and equipment for the following, $37,963,000.

(1) Base, Mobile, Alabama : Industrial facility;
(2) Base, Ketchikan, Alaska : Sewage disposal system;
(3) Training center, Alameda, California : Recruit barracks;

(4) Radio station, San Francisco, California : Operations and receive building and receiving antennas at Fort Cronkhite; transmitters and trans mitting antennas at San Bruno;

(5) Academy, New London, Connecticut : Auditorium; recreation hall rehabilitation of existing Ohase Hall barracks;

(6) Base, New London, Connecticut: Bulkheads; wharf; dredging;

(7) Station, Panama City, Florida : Barracks, messing, and operation: building; industrial facilities; mooring facilities;

(8) Air station, Barbers Point, Honolulu, Hawaii: Helicopter hangar nose-dock facility;

(9) Air station, Chicago, Illinois: Modify existing Navy building at Naval Station, Glenview, Illinois, for Coast Guard use;

(10) Station, Jonesport, Maine: Barracks, messing, and operations building; mooring facilities; public family quarters;

(11) Yard, Curtis Bay, Maryland : Barracks, sewage disposal system ; fabricating shop;

(12) Station, Sassafras River, Kennedyville, Maryland: Barracks, messing, and operations building; mooring facilities; public family quarters;

(13) Moorings, Vicksburg, Mississippi : Establish moorings for aids to navigation tender;

(14) Station, Wellesley Island, Alexandria Bay, New York: Barracks, messing, and operations building; public family quarters;

(15) Station, Fire Island, New York: Barracks, messing, and operations building; public family quarters ;

(16) Base, Governors Ísland, New York: Industrial facilities; barracks; (17) Training Center, Cape May, New Jersey: Water tank and system;

(18) Station, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina : Barracks, messing, and operations building; mooring facilities; public family quarters;

(19) Moorings, Fort Sallisaw, Oklahoma : Establish moorings for aids to navigation tender;

(20) Reserve Training Center, Yorktown, Virginia: Student barracks;

(21) Base, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Barracks, messing, and recreation building;

(22) Loran Station, Gagil-Tomil Island, Yap, Western Caroline Islands, Pacific Ocean: Fuel-oil system ;

(23) Various locations : Aids to navigation projects including, where necessary, advance planning and acquisition of sites ;

(24) Various locations: Automation of manned light stations;

(25) Various locations: Advance planning, construction design, architectural services, and acquisition of sites in connection with public works projects not otherwise authorized by law; and

(26) Various locations: Public family quarters. SEC. 2. Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1968 for payment to bridge owners for the cost of alteration of railroad and public highway bridges to permit free navigation of navigable waters of the United States in the amount of $3,800,000.

(H.R. 5424, 90th Cong., 1st sess. ]

A BILL To authorize appropriations for procurement of vessels and aircraft and con

struction of shore and offshore establishments for the Coast Guard Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1968 for the use of the Coast Guard as follows:

Vessels

For procurement, extension of service life, and increasing capability of vessels, $39,776,000.

À Procurement:

(1) one highendurance cutter;
(2) One oceanographic cutter;
13) two large patrol craft;
(4) two river tenders; and

(5) design of icebreaker. B. In reasing capability:

() install balloon tracking radar on four high-endurance cutters ;

(2) obtain precision navigational equipment for high-endurance cutters; and

3) increase fuel capacity and improve babitability on six high-endurance cuters. C. Extension of service life: (1) improve icebreakers.

Aircraft
For procurement of aircraft, $25,475,000.

(1) nine medium-range helicopters;
(2) twelve short-range helicopters;
(3) one transport aircraft; and
(1) search and rescue reconfiguration of medium-range aircraft.

Construction For establishment or development of installations and facilities by acquisition, kastraction, conversion, extension, or installation of permanent or temporary pobile works, including the preparation of sites and furnishing of appurtenances, Utilities, and equipment for the following, $37,963,000.

(1) Base, Mobile, Alabama : Industrial facility;
(2) Base, Ketchigan, Alaska : Sewage disposal system ;
(3) Training center, Alameda, California : Recruit barracks;

(4) Radio station, San Francisco, California : Operations and receiver building and receiving antennas at Fort Cronkhite; transmitters and transmitting antennas at San Bruno;

(5) Academy, New London, Connecticut: Auditorium; recreation hall; rehabilitation of existing Chase Hall barracks ;

(6) Base, New London, Connecticut: Bulkheads; wharf: dredging;

17) Station, Panama City, Florida : Barracks, messing, and operations building; industrial facilities; mooring facilities;

(8) Air station, Barbers Point, Honolulu, Hawaii : Helicopter hangar; Dose-dock facility;

(9) Air station, Chicago, Illinois: Modify existing Navy building at Naval Station, Glenview, Illinois, for Coast Guard use;

(10) Station, Jonešport, Maine: Barracks, messing, and operations buildings; mooring facilities ; public family quarters;

(11) Yard, Curtis Bay, Maryland: Barracks; sewage disposal system; fabricating shop;

(12) Station, Sassafras River, Kennedyville, Maryland : Barracks, messing, and operations building; mooring facilities ; public family quarters;

(13) Moorings, Vicksburg, Mississippi : Establish moorings for aids to Davigation tender;

(14) Station, Wellesley Island, Alexandria Bay, New York: Barracks, messing, and operations building; public family quarters;

(15) Station, Fire Island, New York: Barracks, messing, and operations building; public family quarters;

(16) Base, Governors Island, New York: Industrial facilities; barracks; (17) Training center, Cape May, New Jersey: Water tank and system;

(18) Station, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina: Barracks, messing, and operations building; mooring facilities; public family quarters.

(19) Moorings, Fort Sallisaw, Oklahoma : Establish moorings for aids to navigation tender;

(20) Reserve Training Center, Yorktown, Virginia : student barracks ;

(21) Base, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Barracks, messing and recreation building;

(22) Loran Station, Gagil-Tomil Island, YAP, Western Caroline Islands, Pacific Ocean: Fuel-oil system ;

(23) Various locations; Aids to navigation projects including, where necessary. advance planning and acquisition of sites;

(24) Various locations: Automation of manned light stations ;

(25) Various locations: Advance planning, construction design architectural services and acquisition of sites in connection with public works projects not otherwise authorized by law; and

(26) Various locations: Public family quarters. Sec. 2. Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1968 for payment to bridge owners for the cost of alteration of railroad and publie highway bridges to permit free navigation of navigable waters of the United States in the amount of $3,800,000.

(H.R. 5451, 90th Cong., 1st sers.}

A BILL To authorize appropriations for procurement of vessels and aircraft and con

struction of shore and offshore establishments for the Coast Guard Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1968 for the use of the Coast Guard as follows:

Vessels
For procurement, extension of service life, and increasing capability of vessels,
$39,776,000.
A. Procurement:

(1) one high-endurance cutter;
(2) one oceanographic cutter;
(3) two large patrol craft;
(4) two river tenders; and

(5) design of icebreaker. B. Increasing capability :

(1) install balloon tracking radar on four high-endurance cutters;

(2) obtain precision navigational equipment for high-endurance cutters; and

(3) increase fuel capacity and improve habitability on six high-endurance cutters. C. Extension of service life: (1) improve icebreakers.

Aircraft
For procurement of aircraft. $25.475,000.

(1) nine medium-range helicopters ;
(2) twelve short-range helicopters;
(3) one transport aircraft; and
(4) search and rescue reconfiguration of medium-range aircraft.

Construction

For establishment of development of installations and facilities by acquisition, construction, conversion, extension, or installation of permanent or temporary public works, including the preparation of sites and furnishing of appurtenances, utilities, and equipment for the following, $37,963,000.

(1) Base, Mobile, Alabama : Industrial facility;
(2) Base Ketchikan, Alaska: Sewage disposal system;
(3) Training center, Alameda, California : Recruit barracks;

(4) Radio station, San Francisco, California : Operations and receiver building and receiving antennas at Fort Cronkhite; transmitters and transmitting antennas at San Bruno;

(5) Academy, New London, Connecticut: Auditorium; recreation hall; rehabilitation of existing Chase Hall barracks;

(6) Base, New London, Connecticut: Bulkheads; wharf; dredging;

(7) Station, Panama City, Florida : Barracks, messing, and operations building ; industrial facilities; mooring facilities;

(8) Air station, Barbers Point, Honolulu, Hawaii : Helicopter hangar; nose-dock facility;

(9) Air station. Chicago, Illinois : Modify existing Navy building at Naval Station, Glenview, Illinois, for Coast Guard use;

(10) Station, Jonesport, Maine: Barracks, messing, and operations building; mooring facilities; public family quarters;

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