Military Construction Appropriations for 1976: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, First Session, Part 4

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Page 2 - Engineers, an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Theodore von Karman Memorial Foundation.
Page 21 - INTRODUCTION OF ASSOCIATES Senator BIBLE. We will next proceed to the hearings on the Office of the Secretary. Mr. Dunn, I am very happy to recognize you. Will you introduce for the record those who have a responsibility to testify on this budget? Mr. DUNN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. It is my pleasure to be here. I should like to introduce on my extreme left, Dr. Leslie Glasgow, Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife, Parks, and Marine Resources; from the Fiscal Office, Mr. Carl Guidice; on my immediate...
Page 1 - Norman R. Augustine was born on July 27, 1935 in Denver, Colorado and was educated in the public schools in that city. He attended Princeton University where he majored in Aeronautical Engineering and was awarded a BSE, magna cum laude, a MSE, and was elected to membership in Tau Beta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi. After graduation he took various courses at Columbia University Graduate School of Business Administration, the University of California at Los Angeles and the University of Southern...
Page 27 - I am certainly glad to listen some more, but as far as I am concerned I think it would be a disservice to close Fort Dix and spend that additional money.
Page 187 - ... anti-trust act did not intend that law to apply to the normal activities of wage-workers. This fact augmented the injustice of the decision against the Danbury hatters and the award of three-fold damages and interest thereon. The Danbury hatters were the innocent victims of the government, due either to the fact that the Congress of the United States had not been able to write plainly into law Its Intentions, or to the fact that the judiciary had misinterpreted the law enacted by Congress. Whether...
Page 186 - Government whose accounts are subject to settlement by the US General Accounting Office may do so by addressing a telegram or letter to the Comptroller General of the United States, US General Accounting Office, Washington, DC 20548, identifying the procurement or sale and the agency concerned and stating the specific grounds upon which the protest is based.
Page 194 - If I may be of any further assistance, please feel free to call me. Sincerely yours, WADE CHOATE, Mayor.
Page 144 - Wright-Patterson keeps coining up. Mr. BROWN. It is one of the major installations of the Air Force. Mr. PATTEN. We are well aware of that, and we are proud of the facility. It is a pleasure to have you before the committee. We will insert your statement in the record. I am sure the committee will go over this carefully, look at the pictures, and analyze your statement. Mr. BROWN. I am sure you will. I look forward to your considered judgment on the whole range of projects. Mr. PATTEN. Off the record....
Page 2 - ... of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and has served as a consultant to the Department of the Army, the Department of Defense, and the Executive Office of the President, in the latter capacity assisting the National Security Council and the Office of Science and Technology. He has been the US member of the NATO Group of Experts on Air Defense, has been a member of the NASA Research and Technology Advisory Council, the Policy Council of the Defense Systems Management College,...
Page 1 - ... Staff until January 1978. General Stroup has also been assigned as Executive Officer to the Army Vice Chief of Staff (1985-86), and as Deputy Director of the Headquarters Reorganization Study, Army Reorganization Commission, under the Office of the Secretary of the Army. General Stroup also served as Deputy Chief of Staff for Resource Management, US Army Training and Doctrine Command, and as Director for Military Personnel Management in the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel. He...

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