Department of Defense appropriations for fiscal year 1980: hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, first session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979
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accounts Activities Actual additional Administration Agency Air Force aircraft Annualization Appropriation Army associated authority Average Base Operations benefits Board Budget Budget Activity Center Central Change Civilian civilian personnel Command Communications Compensation continued contract Control costs Decreases Defense Department Depot Direct Hire Dollars effective End Strength engineering equipment Estimate expenses facilities Financed fiscal year 1980 flying Foreign National functions funds FY 1979 Estimate growth Headquarters improve includes increase Indirect Industrial inflation Intelligence Logistics major materials Medical Military million missile mission Naval Navy nuclear obligations Office Operation and Maintenance Panama pay raises Personnel planning President's processing Procurement production Program Project Property Purchases readiness reduction Repair request requirements Reserve responsibility result Security Senator Stennis Ship Special Staff standard Strategic SUMMARY Supplemental Supply Table Thousands Total Training Transfers Transportation Travel United Wage weapons
Page 707 - Reserve components is to provide trained units and qualified persons available for active duty in the Armed Forces, in time of war or national emergency and at such other times as the national security requires...
Page 730 - Program (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 increase...
Page 151 - The various types of claims, for which provision has been made in this appropriation request are grouped into four major categories; namely, personnel claims, tort claims, admiralty claims, and other miscellaneous claims. PERSONNEL CLAIMS The personnel claims...
Page 533 - An average of 8,100 will participate in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps leading to careers as commissioned officers of the Navy and Marine Corps. In the field of aviation our flight training program will produce aviators and flight officers capable of operating the most complex modern aircraft under all weather conditions. Medical funds support...
Page 531 - This program finances operations of the Naval Supply Systems Command. This command has responsibility for eight stock points located in the United States engaged in the receipt, storage, and distribution of military supply items to meet fleet operating and material repair demands. Also included is the operation of Navy Inventory Control Points engaged in the management of supply requirements and weapon systems support.
Page 736 - 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 11 - This amount includes $3.8 million for Improvement of WWMCCS automatic data processing (ADP) systems which support the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the WWMCCS commands.
Page 724 - North American Air Defense Command (NORAD) which has the function of detection, identification, Interception, and destruction of any forces involved in an aerospace attack on the North American Continent.
Page 752 - FY 1977 training will continue to be at 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. Undergraduate navigator production for the active force will decrease from 810 in FY 76 to 650 in FY 77.