Hearings on National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1989--H.R. 4264 and Oversight of Previously Authorized Programs Before the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session: Title IV--personnel Authorizations, Hearings Held February 25, March 3, 9, and 10, 1988, Volume 5

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1989 - United States - 752 pages
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Page 280 - The estimated cost to feed an enlisted member in a General Mess has been developed on current costs plus the inflation factor of 3.8 percent in FY-89, as allowed by OSD. Program requirements also increase as a result of a workyear increase of 7,068 in FY-89. 4. Permanent Change of Station Moves (PCS) The Navy PCS Program will require $540,910,000 for FY-89, a net increase of about $20 million from the funding level currently planned for FY-88.
Page 701 - ROA wishes to thank the Congress for personnel programs improvements and for the significant gains made in modernizing the equipment of the Reserve forces during recent years. To a great extent, this has been initiated by Congress, not Pentagon budget requests. Before addressing the needs of the respective services, I would emphasize, in these days of shrinking budgets, the importance of keeping our "powder dry".
Page 640 - Indiana in 1952, he attended the University of Evansville and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration in 1956. He continued graduate work at the University of Louisville School of Business, and the University of Kentucky School of Business. In 1975, he received a masters degree in Management and Human Relations at Webster College, Saint Louis, Missouri.
Page 507 - ... combat operations. Eventually, more than half the units in the Fleet Hospital Program will be manned by Naval reservists. The Naval Reserve's Craft of Opportunity (COOP) program will grow from nine to twenty-two craft by FY 1989. The objective of this program is to enhance the Navy's mine countermeasures capability through the use of Navy patrol craft and converted civilian vessels to counter the mine threat to major US military and commercial ports. The surface reserve frigate program began...
Page 679 - ... ranges and troop support facilities, and renewal or replacement of critically obsolete armories. Following The Army Plan (TAP) guidelines for improved quality-of-life of the soldier and improved readiness of aircraft and combat equipment maintenance facilities across the board have been given priority to correct shortfalls in work areas. The $140 million FY 87 Military Construction program was the largest authorized with 77 major projects valued at $100 million and 75 additional projects, each...
Page 535 - Coastal State. A State of the United States in, or bordering on, the Atlantic, Pacific, or Arctic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, Long Island Sound, or one or more of the Great Lakes. The term also includes Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. The term excludes Alaska and American Samoa because these States have a ratio of the number of recreational vessels in the State numbered under chapter 123 of title 46, United States Code, to number of miles...
Page 740 - Is fully protected. o Reserve and Guard Incentives. Continue to authorize and fully fund all Incentive programs for persons joining. reenllstlng or extending their tours with the Selected Reserves or National Guard. o Recruiting and Advertising. Authorize and fund greater appropriations for services to recruit quality personnel, particularly when number of available and prospective young men 1s dwindling and civilian sector 1s becoming more competitive In Its recruiting tactics. o Award of the Gold...
Page 74 - Mr. Chairman, distinguished members of the subcommittee, I want to thank you for the opportunity to appear before you.
Page 640 - AFB, Texas, graduating in 1958. He was then assigned as a F-102 Fighter Interceptor Pilot in the Air Defense Command at KI Sawyer AFB and Kincheloe AFB, Michigan.
Page 155 - Force has the highest percentage of women in any of the Armed Services (12.6 percent as of 31 December 1987) . Women may serve in all officer career fields, and all but four enlisted specialities (combat control, tactical air command and control, aerial gunner, and pararescue/recovery...

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