Defense Department Authorization and Oversight: Hearings on H.R. 4428, Department of Defense Authorization of Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1987, and Oversight of Previously Authorized Programs Before the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, Second Session : Title I, Procurement of Aircraft, Missiles, Weapons, and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Ammunition, and Other Procurement, Hearings Held February 18, 24, 25, 26, 27; March 3, 11, 12, 18, and May 21, 1986, Volume 5

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Page 460 - ... contractor to begin immediately manufacturing supplies or performing services. 16.603-2 Application. (a) A letter contract may be used when (1) the Government's interests demand that the contractor be given a binding commitment so that work can start immediately and (2) negotiating a definitive contract is not possible in sufficient time to meet the requirement. However, a letter contract should be as complete and definite as feasible under the circumstances. (b) When a letter contract award...
Page 802 - Wing can conduct full scale engineering evaluations, fabrication of airborne instrumentation, and data reduction. The Test Wing's modification facilities accomplish flight test modifications to test aircraft. During Fiscal Year 1989, the Test Wing will continue to support DoD and NASA missile and space programs such as the Trident, the Space Shuttle, and Pershing II.
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Page 804 - APPENDIX A TABLE II DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE FISCAL YEAR 1987 MISSILE PROCUREMENT ESTIMATES* (In Millions of Then Year Dollars) FISCAL YEAR ESTIMATES BALLISTIC MISSILES Peacekeeper Replacement Equipment (Strategic) Small ICBM OTHER MISSIES Air Launch Cruise Missile...
Page 670 - States gives high priority to the modernization of its nuclear forces and the study of means for defending against ballistic missile attack. Equitable and verifiable arms reduction agreements are being pursued in parallel with modernization programs. The goal of the United States is a more stable nuclear balance at lower levels of armament. Strong Alliance* US military strategy is based on a system of strong alliances (Figure 1-8).
Page 802 - Ohio, performs flight tests of aircraft and airborne systems and supports space vehicles tracking with the Advanced Range Instrumentation Aircraft (ARIA). The Test Wing can conduct full scale engineering evaluations, fabrication of airborne instrumentation, and data reduction. The Test Wing's modification facilities accomplish flight test modifications to test aircraft. This facility...
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