Military Construction Appropriations for 1956: Department of the Air Force: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, First Session
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Academy acres additional Air Force Base aircraft amount appropriation approximately Army asking authorized barracks believe building Chairman Colonel EwBANK Colonel SHULER Command committee completed connection construction contract correct cost course Davis DEANE Defense Department depot Discussion easement engineer enlisted equipment estimated existing facilities family housing field fiscal Flood follows funds give going hospital housing included increase installation land limited located Mahon maintenance Major mean miles military million mission necessary officers operation parking percent permanent personnel pool present PRICE proceed proposed quarters question reason record replacement request Reserve Riley RODENHAUSER runway SCRIVNER Secretary Sikes situation space square feet statement station storage structure supply temporary things tion troops TURNER units utilities WASHBOURNE WHITTEN
Стр. 504 - The glory meant ever so many things at once, not only beauty and art and supreme design, but history and fame and power, the world in fine raised to the richest and noblest expression.
Стр. 182 - I will be present throughout these hearings and I will be pleased to answer any questions concerning the operation of the Bureau of Yards and Docks and the Navy's public works program which the committee may have in mind.
Стр. 203 - Navy are reviewed by the various bureaus and are very substantially cut before the requests are finally approved by the Chief of Naval Operations and the Secretary of the Navy.
Стр. 181 - Yes, sir ; we have two short films, the first one with a sound track covering preparation of the Jupiter missile. It will give an indication of the magnitude of the problem, including static tests. That has a sound track. The second is a firing Mr.
Стр. 28 - ... conduct of the largest and most important inservice part of the research and development program in the medical and basic sciences designed to meet Army requirements. Present facilities, erected in 1933, comprise parent facilities for research and development and graduate medical studies. 80,000 square feet of laboratory space, coupled with recent research and development construction at Forest Glen Annex, permit studies employing mainly animals.
Стр. 521 - With the permission of the committee, I propose to begin the review of the program -with facilities for the Ordnance Corps followed by those for the other technical services, then the armies, and conclude with the oversea theaters.
Стр. 491 - 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. 9 - Force commands, and show you what bases they need, and why. (2) Next, the Directorate of Facilities Support will outline the family housing problem, show how numerical requirements for bases in this program were screened, and show you current progress in actually building houses under other legislation. (3) Third, the Director of Supply and Services will explain the worldwide situation regarding the strategic storage and handling of aviation fuel.
Стр. 142 - 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...