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Page Hidalgo, * Gen. Peter D., Deputy Chief of Staff for Chemical and Nuclear Matters, U.S. Army Materiel Command: Prepared statement........................... 1031 Hinchman, James F., deputy general counsel of GAO: Statement....~~~~ 840 Prepared statement........................................... --- --- 843 Hoeber, Amoretta, Deputy Undersecretary, Department of the Army................. 1030 Holt, Hon. Marjorie g a Representative from Maryland, ranking minority member, Procurement and Military Nuclear Systems Subcommittee: Statement.......................................... 2, 104,140, 190, 276, 432, 496, 989, 1036, 1098 Prepared statement...... 928 Ho. Rear Adm. Stephen J., U.S. Navy, Director, Joint Cruise Missiles roject: Statement...... 962 Prepared statement................................................................................................. 964 Infante, Maj. Gen. Donald R., commanding general, U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Center and commandant, U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery School, Ft. Bliss, TX: Statement..... 496 Prepared statement................................................................................................. 535

Knudson, Brig. Gen. Wol. C., USA, Director of Force Requirements (Weapons Systems), Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans, Department of the Army 245

Latham, Hon. Donald C., Assistant Secretary for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence, Department of Defense:

Statement. 190, 570

Prepared statement. 191, 573 Levine, Hon. Mel, a Representative from California:

Statement 75

Prepared statement.............. 78

Loh, Maj. Gen. J. Michael, Director of Operational Requirements, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Research, Development and Acquisition, Department of the Air Force:

Statement..... 255 Prepared statement ..................................... 255, 587 Marsh, Hon. John O., Jr., Secretary of the Army: Statement..... 1099 Prepared statement 1107

Martin, Vice Adm. Edward H., Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air Warfare), U.S. Navy: Statement..... 1036 Prepared statement...... 1046 Paisley, Melvyn R., Assistant Secretary for Research, Engineering and Systems, Department of the Navy: Statement..... 449 Prepared statement..................................................................................... 454 Pyatt, Everett, Assistant Secretary for Shipbuilding and Logistics, Department of the Navy: Statement..... 432 Prepared statement................................................................................................. 439 Randolph, Lt. Gen. Bernard P., Deputy Chief of Staff for Research, Development and Acquisition, Department of the Air Force: Statement ...... 604, 898 Prepared statement............................ 646 Sculley, Jay R., Assistant Secretary for Research, Development and Acquisition, Department of the Army: Statement..... -- ... 276

Prepared statement 277 Joint prepared statement with Lt. Gen. Louis C. Wagner. .... 320 Skelton, Hon. Ike, a Representative from Missouri.................................................. 185 Smith, Lt. Gen. K.A., Deputy Chief of Staff for Aviation, U.S. Marine Corps: Statement..." 1066 ..p. statement......................................................................................... 1068 Smith, r Adm. William Dee, U.S. No. Director, Office of Budget and Reports, Office of the Navy Comptroller: Prepared statement........................... 137

Stratton, Hon. Samuel S., a Representative from New York, Chairman, Procurement and Military Nuclear Systems Subcommittee: Statement............... 1, 103,139, 189,237,275, 417, 431,495, 569, 591, so, ; ; Page Stratton, Hon. Samuel S., a Representative from New York, Chairman, Procurement and ...} Nuclear Systems Subcommittee—Continued Questions submitted by Mr. Stratton to be answered for the record............. 528 Thurman, Gen. Maxwell, Vice Chief of Staff, Department of the Army: Statement..... 4 Prepared statement................................................................................................. 25 Wade, Hon. James P., Jr., Assistant Secretary for Acquisition and Logistics, Department of Defense: tatement................................................................................................................... 141 Prepared statement..... 143

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Wagner, Lt. Gen. Louis C., Jr., Deputy Chief of Staff for Research, Develop-
ment and Acquisition, Department of the Army:
Statement..... ... 278
Joint prepared statement with Hon. Jay R. Sculley.
Weber, Lt. Gen. La Vern E., (Ret.), prepared statement
Welch, Thomas J., Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (Atomic
Energy) (Chemical Matters):
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Wickham, Gen. John A., Jr.,**. statement
Woodruff, Hon. Lawrence W., Deputy Under Secretary for Strategic and
Theater Nuclear Forces, Department of Defense:
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To authorize appropriations for fiscal year 1987 for the Armed Forces for procurement, for research, development, test, and evaluation, for operation and maintenance, and for working capital funds, to prescribe personnel strengths for such fiscal year for the Armed Forces, and for other purposes.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Mabch 18, 1986

Mr. Aspin (for himself and Mr. Dickinson) (by request) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Armed Services

A BILL

To authorize appropriations for fiscal year 1987 for the Armed Forces for procurement, for research, development, test, and evaluation, for operation and maintenance, and for working capital funds, to prescribe personnel strengths for such fiscal year for the Armed Forces, and for other purposes.

1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa

2 lives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

3 That this Act may be cited as the "Department of Defense

4 Authorization Act, 1987".

2

1 : TITLE I—PROCUREMENT

2 AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, ARMY

3 Sec. 101. Funds are hereby authorized to be appropri

4 ated for fiscal year 1987 for procurement of aircraft, missiles,

5 weapons, and tracked combat vehicles, and ammunition and

6 for other procurement for the Army as follows:

7 For aircraft, $3,264,700,000.

8 For missiles, $2,438,200,000.

9 For weapons and tracked combat vehicles,

10 $4,452,600,000.

11 For ammunition, $2,254,000,000.

12 For other procurement, $6,169,000,000.

13 AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, NAVT AND MARINE

14 COBPS

15 Sec. 102. (a) Funds are hereby authorized to be appro

16 priated for fiscal year 1987 for procurement of aircraft,

17 weapons (including missiles and torpedoes), shipbuilding and

18 conversion, and other procurement for the Navy as follows:

19 For aircraft, $11,304,300,000.

20 For weapons (including missiles and torpedoes),

21 $6,095,400,000.

22 For shipbuilding and conversion,

23 $11,046,200,000.

24 For other procurement, $6,538,800,000.

25 (b) Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for

26 fiscal year 1987 for procurement for the Marine Corps (in

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