Department of Defense Appropriations for 1958: Hearings, Eighty-fifth Congress, First Session

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Page 396 - State, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of the Army, the Secretary of the Navy, the Secretary of the Air Force, the...
Page 753 - Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and the Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Service, and of the Environmental Science Services Administration of the United States of America. (d) "Policy
Page 72 - ARMY The United States Seventh Army — the most splendidly trained operational army the United States has ever had in time of peace — is deployed across Western Germany. With its ever-increasing atomic power, the Seventh Army is the keystone of NATO's ground defenses. Its major forces consist of 5 crack divisions — 2 armored, 2 infantry, and 1 airborne — together with 3 armored cavalry regiments. These are backed by units armed with Corporal guided missiles, Honest John rockets, and 280-millimeter...
Page 610 - Real estate and the improvements thereon utilized by posts, camps, airfields, hospitals, depots, arsenals, industrial facilities, cemeteries, etc., generally will be designated as an installation where located separately, but where located contiguously or on the same reservation the combined property will usually be designated as one installation and the separate functions will be designated as activities at that installation. As used in the regulations in 552.30 to 552.39, the term "installation"...
Page 131 - ... Mr. George C. Koch, National Council of OEO Locals, American Federation of Government Employees is here. Mr. Koch, we have your statement and it will be included in the record at the end of your testimony. Unfortunately, I will have to keep an eye on the clock in order to get over and vote. Mr. KOCH. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I would like the record to show that I am accompanied by Mr. Thomas Powers, former Associate Director of VISTA and now a private attorney with the city of Washington, and...
Page 784 - ... for a plan which is subject to approval by the Internal Revenue Service, it falls within the criteria and standards of the Internal Revenue Code and the regulations of the Internal Revenue Service (but see 15.107).
Page 835 - Government of either country shall have given written notice to the other Government of intention to terminate the Agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed this Agreement and have affixed their seals hereto. DONE in duplicate, in the English and Icelandic languages, both authentic, at the City of Reykjavik this twenty-seventh day of August 1943.
Page 562 - Mr. Chairman, I would like the record to show at this point that to my knowledge, as chief counsel, no representatives of the subcommittee were ever interviewing or seeking to interview Mr.
Page 6 - President for fiscal year 1958 are, in my judgment, adequate for the security needs of the Nation. This judgment takes into consideration the present state of international affairs. We have now, and through this proposed budget will continue to have, the military power required for the support of our foreign policy and for the security of the United States as well as the security of the free world as a whole. The forces provided are the most powerful this Nation has ever supported in peacetime. I...
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