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Huey, Comdr. W. M., Executive Officer, Yards and Docks Supply

Office, Construction Battalion Center, United States Naval Ad-
vanced Base Supply Depot, Port Hueneme, Calif..

627

Jennings, Lt. Col. Arthur J., Post Supply Officer, Camp Drum, N. Y.. 9, 70

Kaster, Joseph G., chief, Salvage Branch, and Property Disposal

Office.

362

Leeper, Lt. Col. Michael E., comptroller, Jeffersonville Army Quarter-
master Depot, Jeffersonville, Ind.

341
Lyness, Comdr. D. H., Supply Corps, United States Navy, Head,
Stock Finance Branch, Inventory Control Division, Office of Assist-
ant Chief for Supply Management, Bureau of Supplies and Ac-

counts, Department of the Navy, Washington, D. C-

476

Murnan, Lt. Col. Herbert B., Corps of Engineers, Engineer Supply

Officer, Sharpe Army General Depot, Lathrop, Calif-

751

Nance, Capt. Herschel G., Assistant Post Engineer, Camp Drum,

N. Y.

53, 154

Nelson, Lt. Col. Lowell, Post Quartermaster Officer, Camp Drum,

N. Y

152

Pabst, Comdr. A. A., Officer in Charge, Advanced Base Supply Depot,

Construction Battalion Center, United States Naval Advanced

Base Supply Depot, Port Hueneme, Calif..

639

Paschal, Maj. Walter R., Post Engineer, Camp Drum, N. Y..

119

Pina, Capt. Manuel S., Property Disposal Officer, Camp Drum, N. Y. 54, 197

Ploch, Charles A., Procurement Division Supervisor (senior civilian

disposal officer), United States Naval Advanced Base Supply

Depot, Port Hueneme, Calif..

640

Ramme, Col. E. L., director of supply and services, Sacramento Air

Materiel Area (SMAMA), McClellan Air Force Base, Calif..-- 694
Ransom, Lt. Col. Arthur K., Chief, Supply and Maintenance Division,

Signal Section, First Army Headquarters, Governors Island, N. Y- 193
Robinson, Lt. Col. Karl, Transportation Corps, Transportation Supply
Officer, Sharpe Army General Depot, Lathrop, Calif..

755
Rutman, Harry, Administrative Officer, Engineer Section, First Army
Headquarters, Governors Island, N. Y.

27
Spokowski, Harry, head of the disposal branch of the Navy's Surplus
Materials Division in Washington, D. C.

518

Stutheit, Lt. (jg) R. H., Disposal Officer, United States Naval Ad-

vanced Base Supply Depot, Port Hueneme, Calif..

646

Tynan, Lt. Comdr. J. F., Supply Corps, United States Navy, Assist-
ant Planning Officer, Ordnance Supply Office, United States Naval
Supply Depot, Mechanicsburg, Pa..

495

Vanaman, Maj. Gen. A. W., Commander, Sacramento Air Materiel

Area (SMAMA), McClellan Air Force Base, Calif..

690

Wilson, Lt. Col. Edward F., QMC, Chief, Miscellaneous Services

Office, Sharpe Army General Depot, Lathrop, Calif..

756

Letters, statements, etc., submitted for the record by-

Bedell, Col. John R., Post Commander, Camp Drum, N. Y.: Directive
from Headquarters, First Army, Governors Island, New York,
N. Y., August 10, 1953.-

5
Brose, Maj. Herbert E., Aircraft Engine Branch, Office of Deputy for

Programs and Requirements, Directorate of Supply and Services,
Headquarters, Air Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force
Base, Ohio:
Excerpts of letter from Brig. Gen. Joe W. Kelly, USAF, to Hon.
R. Walter Riehlman, January 29, 1954..

223–224, 246
Grand total of 15,663 engines were determined to be excess.

220
Ground rules used in determining quantities of excess engines. 219
Processing of excess engines..

222
Statement, aircraft engine disposal program.

215
Share engine surplus list..

217
Butler, C. F., Chief, Disposal Division, Director of Supply: Four-

months breakdown of materials received shipped from disposal. 611
Clare, Capt. George, Assistant Post Signal Officer, Camp Drum, N. Y.:

Excerpt from enclosure No.8, extract from liaison representative's
report from the Baltimore Signal Depot, March 5, 1952.-

192
Excerpt from liaison representative's report from Baltimore Signal
Depot, March 3, 1953, re Exercise Snowstorm.

195

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Letters, statements, etc., submitted for the record by—Continued

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Colvin, J. E., Procurement Officer, Jacksonville Naval Air Station:

Abstract of bids, invitation No. B-35-54, sale of miscellaneous
material, opening date November 3, 1953.

Facing 314

Case history of screening and surplus determination of material

sold under lot 1 NAS, Jacksonville, invitation B-35-54-

315

Report No. NA29-4512, October 30, 1950.-

315

Report No. 133-16, May 25, 1951.

319

Report No. 110-16, October 19, 1950.

322

Report No. NA29-4556, March 21, 1951

324

Report No. NA29–4532, January 8, 1951.

334

Definition of class 265 (repairables) -

256

Naval speed letter from Lt. F. V. Armstrong, USN, Disposal

Officer, United States Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla., to

Cincinnati Electronics Co., November 3, 1953...

314

Naval message re Cincinnati Electronics Co., November 16,

1953.-

314

Report of excess personal property:

Report No. NS-GCS-67-53, October 27, 1952.

278

Report No. NS-GCS-62-53, October 27, 1952.

279

Report No. NS-GCS-69-53, October 27, 1952.

281

Memorandum from Chief, Bureau of Yards and Docks, to

Commanding Officer, United States Naval Station,

Green Cove Springs, Fla., June 12, 1953.-

283

Report No. NS-GCS--59-53, October 27, 1952.

284

Report No. NS-GCS-60-53, October 27, 1952.

285

Memorandum from Chief, Bureau of Yards and Docks, to

Commanding Officer, United States Naval Station,

Green Cove Springs, Fla., June 11, 1953.-

277

Statement of award under NAS, Jacksonville, invitation B-35-54. 314

D'Amico, Lt. Comdr. J., Supply Property Disposal Officer, United

States Naval Supply Depot, Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Letter from
United States Naval Supply Depot, Mechanicsburg, Pa., to Michael
P. Balwan, October 14, 1953.

515

Report of disposition of excess and surplus personal property, by

years.

515

Haines, J. P., Civilian Chief, Property Disposal Branch, Directorate of

Supply and Services, Headquarters, Air Materiel Command, Wright-

Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio:

Present disposal criteria, Project Spring Clean...

204

Project Spring Clean...

210

Spring Clean target dates.

212

Jennings, Lt. Col. Arthur J., Post Supply Officer, Camp Drum, X. Y.:

Letter from Maj. Gen. E. B. Sebree, Headquarters, First Army,

Governors Island, N. Y., to Col. Paul L. Doerr, January 6, 1954. 13

Regulations used as references in determining and disposing of

surplus property--

12

Report of excess personal property, standard form 120.

10

General instructions.

11

Leeper, Lt. Col. Michael E., comptroller, Jeffersonville Army Quarter-

master Depot, Jeffersonville, Ind.:

Chart—Salvage activity, tonnage on hand, storage space occupied,

and receipts and disposals---

Facing 357

Chart--Surplus property as of September 22, 1953. Facing 355

Jeffersonville Quartermaster Depot, salvage branch activity, and

sales activity---

356

Limitations covering repair of quartermaster items by depot

maintenance division, September 28, 1953-

344

McIver, Lt. Comdr. J. F., SC, USN, Contracting Officer: Auction

services at Naval Supply Depot, Bayonne, January 12, 1954..

524

Nance, Capt. Herschel G., Assistant Post Engineer, Camp Drum,

N. Y.: SR 420-75-1 issued by the Department of the Army, Wash-

ington, D. C., June 11, 1953.-

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Letters, statements, etc., submitted for the record by-Continued

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Packard, Col. W. B., Deputy for Operations, Air Materiel Command
Headquarters, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio:
Chart-Disposal Division, Warner Robins Air Materiel Area

Facing 249

Chart-Headquarters, Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, Direc-

torate of Supply and Services, Disposal Division, October

1953.

Facing 249

Civilian employees of Surplus Property Disposal Division, Janu-
ary 11, 1954.

249

Excerpts of letter from Brig. Gen. Joe W. Kelly, USAF, to Hon.

R. Walter Riehlman, January 29, 1954.

248

Letter from Harvey H. Dwight, president, National Aircraft

Service Corp., to Commanding General, Wright-Patterson

Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, May 6, 1953.

246

Letter from Lt. Gen. E. W. Rawlings, USAF, Air Materiel

Command, Wright-Patterson Field, Ohio, to Harvey Dwight,

June 3, 1953.

247

Letter from Maj. Gen. K. E. Tibbetts, USAF, to Maj. Jack B.
Workman, January 12, 1954..

249
Officers qualification record of Maj. Jock Blease Workman,
December 16, 1952.

250

Projected versus actual excesses resulting from project "Spring

Clean"

248

Spokowski, Harry, head of the disposal branch of the Navy's Surplus

Materials Division in Washington, D. C.:

Letter from Rear Adm. M. L. Royer, SC, USN, Chief of Bureau,

to Hon. R. Walter Riehlman, December 15, 1953..

546

Report on public auction sale held at United States Naval

Supply Depot, Bayonne, N. Y., November 4, 1953..

547

Sale of Navy surplus material at the Philadelphia Naval Ship-

yard:

First sale..

518

Second sale.

518

Tynan, Lt. Comdr. J. F., Supply Corps, United States Navy, Assistant

Planning Officer, Ordnance Supply Office, United States Naval
Supply Depot, Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Excerpt from statement of

former Secretary of the Navy Dan A. Kimball, January 16, 1953.. 495

Camp Drum Exhibits:

Exhibit No. 1-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. 30–149-8-54-1, August 3, 1953. 19

General sale terms and conditions..

20

Abstract of bids received at the office of purchasing and con-

tracting, Camp Drum, Watertown, N. 'Y., for the sale of
ammonia plant, refrigeration, with component parts...

24
Exhibit No. 2–Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,
bid, and acceptance, invitation No.30-149-S-54-2, August 10, 1953- 30
Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal, build-

ing T-3, Camp Drum, Watertown, N. Y., for the sale of 9 lots
and 26 items of surplus property (miscellaneous)..

48
Exhibit No. 3—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,
bid, and acceptance, invitation No.30-149-S-54-3, August 11, 1953. 56
Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal for the
sale of 13 items consisting of 2yz-ton trucks.

59
Pictures of 2%-ton trucks sold...

62

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

bid, and acceptance, invitation No.30-149-S-54-4, August 12, 1953- 65

Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal for the

sale of approximately 42,482 pounds of cable, telephone, lead

coated, copper content, miscellaneous sizes, etc., to be sold in 1

lot.

67

Exhibit No. 5—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-8-54-5, August 18,
1953...

71
Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal for the

sale of 2 lots, consisting of flannel shirts, OĎ, assorted sizes,
26 each (used) and service shoes, rebuilt, assorted sizes, 149
pairs (new).

73

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Camp Drum Exhibits-Continued
Exhibit No. 6-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-9-54-6, August 19,

1953.

Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal for the

sale of 2 lots, consisting of approximately 2,000 pounds of

miscellaneous wire, electrical, covered, copper content, miscel-

laneous sizes (used); and miscellaneous hospital equipment, 105

items (used)---

Picture of miscellaneous lot of wire..

Picture of miscellaneous hospital equipment-

Exhibit No. 7-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-8-54-7, August 20,
1953.

Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal for the

sale of 7 trucks, 5-ton, 4 x 2, dump, Int.

Pictures of trucks to be sold..

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

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-8-54-8, September
3, 1953...

Addenda No. 1 to invitation No. A1-30-033-S-54-8, September

4, 1953...

Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal for the

sale of 11 lots of miscellaneous material.

Picture showing one lot of 378 used field jackets (item 10)-

Picture showing one lot of 505 salvage wet cell batteries (item 8).

Picture showing one lot of approximately 4,750 pounds of used

tires, auto, pneumatic (scrap rubber) (item 1).

Picture of one lot of 69 cafeteria chairs (item 11).

Exhibit No. 9—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. Al-30-033-S-54-9, September
4, 1953.

Addenda No. I to invitation No. A1-30-033-S-54–9, September

4, 1953..

Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal for the

sale of one lot of miscellaneous furnace and stove parts.--

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

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-S-54-10, September

4, 1953...

Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal for the

sale of one lot of miscellaneous radio and signal parts, consist-

ing of 3,859 items..

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

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-8-54-11, September
4, 1953.--
Addenda No. 1 to invitation No. A1-30-033-S-54-11, September

4, 1953..
Exhibit No. 12—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. Al-30-033-s-54-12, September
10, 1953..
Abstract of bids received at the office of property disposal for

sale of 17 lots and 9 items of miscellaneous equipment, consist-
ing of organ, radiographic unit, furniture tools, plumbing fix-

tures, and athletic equipment.

Picture of miscellaneous small tools (item 24).

Exhibit No. 13—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-S-54-13, September

22, 1953..
Exhibit No. 14-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-S-54-14, September
26, 1953..
Addenda No. 1 to invitation No. A1-30--033 S-54-14, September

26, 1953.
Exhibit No. 15—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-8-54-15, September

29, 1953..
Exhibit No. 16–-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No A1-30-033-S-54-16, October 1,
1953.

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Camp Drum Exhibits-Continued

Exhibit No. 17—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. A1-30-033-S-53-10, June 15,

1953

Abstract of bids received at the office of purchasing and contract-

ing for the sale of 25 miscellaneous items of salvage property-.

Pictures of 25 miscellaneous items of salvage property--

Cheli Air Force Depot Exhibits:

Exhibit No. 1-Depot responsibility-assigned classes -

Exhibit No. 2-Chart, tons received and shipped, Cheli Air Force

Depot.

Exhibit No. 3—Chart, overall supply workload, Cheli Air Force

Depot

Exhibit No. 4-Chart, line items processed on requests.

Exhibit No. 5-Chart, items processed on receiving documents, Cheli

Air Force Depot.-

Exhibit No. 6-Chart, organization--Disposal Division, Cheli Air

Force Depot.

Exhibit No. 7-Organization chart-Cheli Air Force Depot.

Exhibit No. 8-Background data on Chief, Disposal Division.

Exhibit No. 9—Chart, project “Spring clean,” Cheli Air Force Depot.

Exhibit No. 10A-P-400—Springclean-Preparation for sale or sal-

vage of military property, budget, fiscal year 1953..

Exhibit No. 10B-Budget, fiscal year 1954.

Exhibit No. 11–Engine disposal program.

Exhibit No. 12—Aircraft engines stored, by type and condition,

October 30, 1953..

Exhibit No. 13—Property on hand as of October 30, 1953, account

code 7.

Exhibit No. 14–Salvage sales, November 1952 through October 1953.

Exhibit No. 15—-Scrap and waste property sold, period November 1,

1952-October 31, 1953..

Exhibit No. 16–Salvage and usable property sold, period November 1,

1952-October 31, 1953.

Exhibit No. 17–Depot stocks property processed as excess, period

November 1, 1952-October 31, 1953.

Exhibit No. 18—Evaluation of Q plan.

Exhibit No. 19—United States Air Force-Sale of surplus and replace-

ment material, July 1953 (includes salvage and usable material

only).

Exhibit No. 20— Letter from Capt. Lincoln C. Mackay, USAF,

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, to Office of the Secretary

of the Air Force, December 18, 1953..

Field range and utensils.

Component parts of pack B.

Component parts of pack A

Can, milk, 10-gallon capacity -

Jacksonville Naval Air Station Exhibits:

Exhibit No. 1-Contract, sale of Government property; invitation,

bid, and acceptance, invitation No. B-22–54, September 4, 1953..-

General sale terms and conditions..

Abstract of bids, October 9, 1953.

Chart 1-Picture of equipment for sale.

Chart 2- Picture of lot No. 1.

Chart 3-Picture of lot No. 2.

Chart 4-Picture of lot No. 4.

Chart 5-Picture of lot No. 5.

Chart 6-Picture of lot No. 6.

Chart 7-Picture of lot No. 7

Chart 8- Picture of lot No. 9.

Chart 9- Picture of lot No. 10.

Exhibit No. 2—Information on surplus property disposal organization

and personnel at the Vaval Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla.

Exhibit No.3—Contract, sale of Government property; invitation bid,

and acceptance, invitation No. B-35–54, September 29, 1953.

General sale terms and conditions..

Lot No. 1- Radio receivers, receiver radar, indicator, transmit-

ters, boxes, switches, dnyamotor, unit, and kits..

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