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Jacksonville Naval Air Station Exhibits-Continued

Exhibit No. 3—Continued

Pago

Lot No. 2-Wrench holder, insulation, switches, solenoid, light

assembly, electric motors, and relays.-

304

Lot No. 3—Clamps, bonding, aluminum alloy and fuse.

307

Lot No. 4-Valves..

311

Jeffersonville Army Quartermaster Depot Exhibits:

Exhibit No. 1-Disposition form, comment No. 1 from Lt. Col. Law-

rence D. Tubbs, chief, Depot Maintenance Division, to the com-

manding general, October 12, 1953..

347

Exhibit No. 2-Chart, technical service excess property (all figures as

of end of month).

Facing 349

Exhibit No. 3—Chart, surplus property, 1953–54..

Facing 353

Exhibit No. 4—Table showing space used by services at the Jefferson-

ville Army Quartermaster Depot, as of September 30, 1953..

355

Exhibit No. 5-Chart, salvage activity...

Facing 357

Exhibit No. 6—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. 12–036-8-54–19, October 8,

1953.

363

General sale terms and conditions..

364

Sale of salvage property, important information and instructions

to all bidders, opening date October 23, 1953...

364

Special conditions

365

Exhibit No. 7–Letter from Col. Paul L. Doerr, to Robert Morris,

January 15, 1954.--.

380

Letter from Brig. Gen. A. L. Marshall, Jeffersonville, Ind., to Col.

Paul L. Doerr, January 5, 1954.

381

Organization chart.

382

Miscellaneous service office, organization of the surplus property

disposal branch..

383

Surplus property disposal branch personnel list.

383

Revised job description, Department of the Army, field service,

June 22, 1953.-.

386

Exhibit No. 8-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. 12–036-8-54-18, October 6,

1953..

392

General sale terms and conditions.

393

Sale of salvage property, important information and instructions

to all bidders, opening date October 21, 1953.

393

Special conditions

394

Exhibit No. 9_Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. 12–036-S-54–17, September 23,

1953.

405

General sale terms and conditions.

406

Sale of salvage property, important information and instructions

to all bidders, opening date October 3, 1953.

406

Special conditions...

407

Exhibit No. 10—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. 12–036-S-54–16, September 15,

1953.

418

General sale terms and conditions.

419

Important information and instructions to all bidders, opening

date September 30, 1953.-

419

Special conditions..

420

Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal, Jeffer-

sonville Quartermaster Depot, Jeffersonville, Ind., for the sale

of surplus property

427

Exhibit No. 11-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. 12–036-S-54–15, September 9,

1953..

440

General sale terms and conditions.

441

Sale of scrap and salvage property, important information and

instructions to all bidders, opening date September 24, 1953.-- 441

Special conditions..

442

Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal, Jeffer-

sonville Quartermaster Depot, Jeffersonville, Ind., for the sale

of scrap and salvage property-

450

Jeffersonville Army Quartermaster Depot Exhibits—Continued

Pago

Exhibit No. 12.-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

sale, and acceptance, invitation No. 12-036-8-54-14, September 8,

1953---

463

General sale terms and conditions.

464

Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal, Jeffer-

sonville Quartermaster Depot, Jeffersonville, Ind., for the sale

of scrap property-

468

McClellan Air Force Base Exhibits:

Exhibit No. 14Sacramento Air Materiel Area property class responsi-

bility.

691

Exhibit No. 2— Maintenance responsibility -

692

Exhibit No. 3–Sacramento Air Materiel Area supply responsibility- 695

Exhibit No. 4—Organization chart, Directorate of Supply and Serv-

ices...

Facing 696

Exhibit No. 5—Letter from Robert B. Bradford, regional director,

General Services Administration, San Francisco, Calif., to Hon. R.

Walter Riehlman, November 12, 1953_

698

Exhibit No. 6—Current storage space summary

699

Exhibit No. 7-Volume of business.

701

Exhibit No. 8—Volume of business, tons.

703

Exhibit No. 9-Volume of business, items.

704

Exhibit No. 10-Distribution of workload..

705

Exhibit No. 11--Overseas monitoring responsibility.

705

Exhibit No. 12—Disposal division mission..

708

Exhibit No. 13-Organization and staffing of disposal division.

709

Exhibit No. 14-Senior military and civilian disposal division.

714

Exhibit No. 15–Engine-disposal program.

714

Status of engines.-

715

Exhibit No. 16– Project spring clean.

719

Exhibit No. 17--Spring clean..

720

Exhibit No. 18—Property processed as excess.

720

Exhibit No. 19_Evaluation of the Q plan..

725

Exhibit No. 20—-Reclamation..

732

Exhibit No. 21- Aluminum sweating furnace.

734

Statements of operations (August 11-October 31, 1953).

734

Comparative analysis of net revenue.

734

Exhibit No. 22— Aluminum sweater..

735

Comparative costs of the 2 methods based on processing 1 B-29

aircraft.

735

Exhibit No. 23—Qualifications of personnel and criteria used in deter-

mining excesses

737

Exhibit No. 24-Analysis of property sold per disposable property

report, November 1952 to October 1953..

738

Mechanicsburg, Pa., Exhibits:

Exhibit No. 1-Chart, projection of mobilization reserve materiel

requirements.

477

Exhibit No. 2-Chart, mobilization reserve materiel procurement

objective

479

Exhibit No. 3—-Chart, graphic presentation of elements in stratifica-

tion of inventories -

483

Exhibit No. 4-Chart, Navy stock fund, stratification of on hand

inventories and relationship of sales to operating stock as of June 30,

1953.---

485

Exhibit No. 5- Memorandum from Commanding Officer, United

States Naval Supply Depot, Mechanicsburg, Pa., to Chief, Bureau

of Supplies and Accounts, January 8, 1954.

513

Port Hueneme, Calif., Exhibits:

Exhibit No. 1-Chart, surplus property screening and disposal

organization.

642

List of personnel performing surplus property disposal functions. 643

Exhibit No. 2—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,
bid, and acceptance, invitation No. B-38–54, October 13, 1953... 648
General sale terms and conditions.

649
Exhibit No. 3—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,
bid, and acceptance, invitation No. B-37-54, October 15, 1953--- 667
General sale terms and conditions.-

668

Port Hueneme, Calif., Exhibits—Continued

Paro

Exhibit No. 4-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. B-43–54, October 8, 1953..-- 682

General sale terms and conditions...

683

Sharpe General Depot Exhibits:

Exhibit No. 1—Map of Sharpe General Depot and vicinity, location:

San Joaquin County, State of California.-

746

Key to map...

747

Mission..

747

Space facilities.-

747

Technical service and headquarters allocations -

747

New construction...

748

Exhibit No. 2A-Chart, salvage branch tonnage.

759

Exhibit No. 2B— Chart, salvage branch turnover rate.-

761

Exhibit No. 2C—Chart, salvage branch man-hours versus tons

handled..

763

Exhibit No. 3—Letter from Robert B. Bradford, regional director,

General Services Administration, San Francisco, Calif., to Hon. R.

Walter Riehlman, November 13, 1953..-

765

List of excess property declarations of $50,000 or over, acquisition

cost, received from Shape General Depot, Stockton, Calif.,

period February 1, 1953, to October 31, 1953.-

766

Exhibit No. 4A-Chart, salvage branch, disposition of property-- 767

Exhibit No. 4B—General data on surplus and section 201 (c) replace-

ment property, fiscal year 1953 and first 4 months of fiscal year 1954. 769

Exhibit No. 4C—Sale information, fiscal year 1954. -

770

Exhibit No. 5–Salvage branch, Miscellaneous Services Office-report

of acquisition value of property donated to schools.

771

Exhibit No. 6—Chart, salvage branch, operating cost versus sales --- 772

Exhibit No. 7-Letter from Col. James B. Clearwater, Quartermaster

Corps, Sharpe General Depot, Lathrop, Calif., to Col. Paul L.

Doerr January 2, 1954.-

774

Depot organization and chart.

775–776

Miscellaneous Services Office, organization chart.

777

Salvage granch, organization chart---

778

Organizational statement-salvage branch.

779

Miscellaneous Services Office functions.

779

Salvage branch operating budget..

780

Salvage branch personnel.-

780

Personal history statements.

781

Warner Robins Air Force Base Exhibits:

Exhibit No. 1—Present disposal criteria, project “Spring Clean”. 204

Exhibit No. 2—Project "Spring Clean”.

210

Exhibit No. 3—"Spring Clean” target dates..

212

Exhibit No. 4-Ground rules used in determining quantities of excess

engines.

219

Exhibit No. 5—Grand total of 15,663 engines were determined to be

220

Exhibit No. 6—Processing of excess engines.

222

Exhibit No. 7—Prime supply classes and number of items assigned

in each...

225

Exhibit No. 8-Zonal supply classes and number of items assigned

in each..

227

Exhibit No. 9 Dash numbers of engines to be disposed of and appli-

cable aircraft.n.

229

Exhibit No. 10— Vehicle disposal.

231

Exhibit No. 11-Sales conducted, fiscal year 1953.

232

Exhibit No. 12-Current market outlets for the sale of material.

236

Exhibit No. 13— Disposal property sale, July 1, 1952-June 30, 1953.. 237

Exhibit No. 14—Class 27 property on' hand (excluding vehicles and

engines) -

238

Exhibit No. 15–8100-165000 cabinet sand blast (48 inches wide, 30
inches deep, 24 inches high; cost $542) -

239
Exhibit No. 16—Determination made as to location of property and
quantity will be disposed of in actual location --

243

SURVEY OF MILITARY SUPPLY MANAGEMENT AND

SURPLUS PROPERTY DISPOSAL PRACTICES

MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1953

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
MILITARY OPERATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE
COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS,

Camp Drum, Watertown, N.Y.
The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 10:30 a. m., at Camp
Drum, Watertown, N. Y., Hon. R. Walter Riehlman (chairman of
the subcommittee) presiding.
Present:

Hon. R. Walter Riehlman, chairman of the subcommittee, and Hon. Frank Ikard, member of the subcommittee.

Also present: Paul J. Cotter, chief counsel; Michael P. Balwan, staff director; and Robert T. Morris, staff member.

Present from Camp Drum, Watertown, N. Y.: Col. John R. Bedell, post commander; Lt. Col. Arthur J. Jennings, post supply officer; Lt. Col. Lowell Nelson, post quartermaster officer; Lt. Col. Richard H. Einfeldt, post ordnance officer; Major Leigh Thompson, post signal officer; Major Walter R. Paschal, post engineer; Capt. George Clare, assistant post signal officer; Capt. Herschel G. Nance, assistant post engineer; Capt. Manuel S. Pina, post property disposal officer; and Lt. John Marder, post purchasing and contracting officer.

Present from Supply and Maintenance Division, First Army Headquarters, Governors Island, N. Y.: Lt. Col. Milledge M. Beckwith, G-4, chief; Lt. Col. Verna McCluskey, chief, procurement and disposal branch; Lt. Col. Arthur K. Ransom, chief, signal section; and Mr. Harry Rutman, administrative officer, engineer section.

Present from Army Signal Depot, Baltimore, Md.: Mr. Henry C. Muller, supply specialist.

Present from medical supply section, Army general depot, Schenectady, N. Y.: Lt. Col. F. J. Blasingame, chief; and Chief Warrant Officer William A. Love, Jr., medical maintenance liaison officer.

Mr. RIEHLMAN (chairman of subcommittee). Before I make my opening statement, I would like to introduce the gentlemen here at the head table, if I may use that term. At my left is my good colleague and friend and outstanding member of the House, Mr. Frank Ikard, from Texas.

On my immediate right, Mr. Paul Cotter, the counsel for the committee.

The second gentleman at the left is Mr. Michael Balwan, who is director of the staff for our subcommittee.

Then way over at the end of the table this fine looking young gentleman here from the great State of Michigan, Mr. Robert Morris, who is assistant to our counsel, and one of our investigators.

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