Department of Defense Appropriations for 1981: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, Second Session, Part 3

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Page 56 - Administrative Support Group. These offices in the Washington, DC area are engaged in the formulation of plans and policies and the supervision and direction of subordinate offices, agencies and commands on behalf of the Secretary of the Air Force and the Chief of Staff of the Air Force. The...
Page 49 - FY 1981, training will continue at the undergraduate pilot training bases located In the southeast and southwest areas of the United States. These areas were selected primarily for favorable weather and airspace conditions.
Page 11 - The O&M, Air Force appropriation, together with the Military Personnel, Air Force appropriation, finances the day-to-day operating costs of the active Air Force.
Page 32 - Other Air Force Mission Responsibilities Since the inception of the ASIF in 1958, the Air Force has been responsible for funding certain airlift related programs as a part of its overall mission responsibilities. Included in this area are: Special Air Missions of the 89th Military Airlift Wing at Andrews AFB, MD; other special assignment air missions in support of the 89th; and, the movement of household goods for selected civilian personnel.
Page 25 - The CCP consists of the resources required to carry out the Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) mission of the Air Force, which involves the performance of highly specialized technical functions in support of the Intelligence activities of the United States. The...
Page 46 - Courses range in length from 5 to 42 weeks. The training furnishes the individual the specific skills and knowledge needed to perform a specific job. The Air Force requires a great variety of specialized skills. Training programs are continually revised as new weapon systems enter the inventory or the force structure changes. Advanced and special courses are taught to individuals who already have field experience, but require a new or higher degree of skill or familiarization with new equipment and...
Page 29 - Airlift forces are designed to deter aggression through their ability to rapidly deploy, logistically sustain and redeploy combat forces anywhere in the world. To assure responsiveness, MAC provides trained personnel and equipment to operate a global, quick reacting combat airlift system. To insure its wartime capability to execute required JCS plans, MAC must adequately train and equip its forces, and participate in readiness exercises and Joint training with other DoD Service components. It must...
Page 687 - FY 79, an average student load of approximately 66,359 officers, enlisted personnel, and midshipmen will receive some form of specialized, technical, or professional training. The average student load for recruit training will be approximately 12,295, with an estimated total of 75,867 recruits graduating from recruit training.
Page 352 - Thank you very much, gentlemen. The committee will stand in recess until 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Page 16 - In FY 1981 , the strategic bomber forces will consist of 25 combat aircraft squadrons (B-52 and FB-111) and 33 KC-135 tanker squadrons. These strategic bomber forces will support the Single Integrated Operations Plan (SIOP) with day-to-day ground alert. These same forces will also support a variety of contingency mission requirements. In FY 1981 the strategic missile force will consist of 26 squadrons totalling 1,051 missiles (Minuteman II, III and Titan II). These forces support the SIOP with a...

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