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Total:

Limitation.
Obligations, Dec. 31, 1960..

317.7
167.6

677.8
347.5

233.9
107.0

9.0
6.6

1 Includes $0.7 contingency reserve.
NOTE:--All limitation amounts are as included in fiscal year 1961 budget.

Subject: Dependent schooling.
Service: All.
Date: February 14, 1961.

1962 pro

1962 pro

1960

1961

gram 'in President's

budget

gram as currently estimated

Total DOD students.

126, 921

140, 274

125, 787

152, 487

Army
Navy.
Air Force.

63, 141
11,510
52, 270

70,000
11, 198
59, 076

48,300
11, 483
66, 004

75,000
11,483
66, 004

Number in service schools.
Number in tuition fee schools.
Non-DOD students...
Total DOD cost.
Total Non-DOD cost.
Average cost per DOD student.
Average cost per non-DOD student.

115, 659
11, 262

4,711
$32, 776, 580
$1, 217, 242

$258
$258

128, 531
11, 743

5, 659
$38, 633, 000
$1, 560, 275

$275
$275

113, 068
12,719

5, 705
$35, 849,000
$1,629, 755

$285
$285

139, 768
12, 719

5, 705 $43, 459, 000 $1,629, 755

$295 $285

2, 586

Total teachers:

Army. Navy.

430 Air Force.

2,376 Total..

5,392 NOTE.-Average increase, $200 each or $7.50 per student; $2.50 for increased costs of texts and tuition $10 requested increased limitation.

This column reflects reduction in overseas dependents directed on Nov. 17, 1960, and incorporated in the Army budget. No reduction was included in the Navy or Air Force estimate.

1960

1961

1962

11, 621, 819

11, 145, 435

11, 061, 803

(1, 486, 143) 1. 317, 278

10, 845

158, 020 (3, 352, 729) 2. 971, 557

381, 172 (6, 782, 947) 6, 173, 722

165, 891
443, 334

(1, 554, 384) 1. 392, 389

12, 489

149, 506 1 (3, 458, 546 3. 109, 836

348, 710 (6, 132, 505) 5, 516, 711

158, 579 457, 215

(1.573, 572) 1, 414, 631

12, 495

146, 446 (3, 469, 079) 3. 100, 573

369, 503 (6,019, 152) 5, 385, 700

185, 333
448, 119

220, 424 763, 976

217. 498 726, 712

205, 941 721, 216

12, 606, 219

12. 089. 645

11. 988, 960

Actual

Actual Planned Planned June 30, 1959 June 30, 1960 June 30, 1961 June 30, 1962

5, 199 9. 649 20, 890

5, 493 8. 863 18,712

5, 657 8. 768 16. 941

5. 736 8, 401 16, 080

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Subject: Flying hour program.
Service: All.
Date: January, 23 1960.

Supported from Operation and Maintenance funds:

Total, all services.

Army, total

Regular..
Reserve

Guard.
Navy, total.

Regular

Reserve.
Air Force, total.

Regular.
Reserve.
Guard..

Supported from other funds:

R.D.T. & E-ARDC
Air Force industrial fund-MATS.

Grand total, supported from all funds.

1 Includes hours associated with increased "readiness" for which supplemental funds have been requested

Subject: Active aircraft inventory.
Service: All
Date: January 23, 1961.

Active aircraft inventory:

Army.
Navy
Air Force

Total.

Army:
Active aircraft inventory.

Active Army.
National Guard.
Army Reserve.

Navy and Maine Corps:

Active aircraft inventory

Operating.

Regular Navy
Marine Corps.

Navy and Marine Corps Reserve.
Logistical support (nonoperating).

Air Force:

Active aircraft inventory.

USAF

(O &M P-410)
(RDT &E-ARDC).
(MATS-IF)

(Earmarked).
Air National Guard
Air Force Reserve (O&M P-410)..

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1961.

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY

WITNESSES MAJ. GEN. CHARLES B. DUFF, DIRECTOR OF ARMY BUDGET, COMP

TROLLER OF THE ARMY HERMAN T. LaCROSSE, DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ARMY BUDGET,

COMPTROLLER OF THE ARMY LT. GEN. L. D. HEATON, THE SURGEON GENERAL MAJ. GEN. A. R. FITCH, DEPUTY ASSISTANT CHIEF OF STAFF,

INTELLIGENCE MAJ. GEN. T. J. HARTFORD, DEPUTY SURGEON GENERAL MAJ. GEN. F. M. WARREN, CHIEF, ARMY RESERVE AND ROTC

AFFAIRS BRIG. GEN. S. E. GEE, DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS AND BUDGET

OFFICE, DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR MILITARY OPERATIONS COL. E. M. TOLLIVER, OFFICE, DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR

LOGISTICS COL. L. M. GROSS, CHIEF, CONSTRUCTION BRANCH, DIRECTORATE

OF INSTALLATIONS, OFFICE DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, LOGISTICS COL. W. D. JOSLIN, OFFICE, CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICER COL. J. A. HAMILTON, OFFICE, DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR

LOGISTICS LT. COL. R. F. DENNISON, OFFICE, DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR

LOGISTICS D. H. HAVERMANN, OFFICE, DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR PER

SONNEL N. FOGELBERG, COMPTROLLER, OFFICE OF SURGEON GENERAL MAJ. GEN. ROBERT S. MOORE, SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, COMPTROLLER

Object classification

[In thousands)

1960 actual

1961 estimate | 1962 estimate

11 Personnel compensation:

Permanent positions
Positions other than permanent.
Other personnel compensation..

Total, personnel compensation...

$1, 222, 742

22,878
41, 849

$1, 297, 58.4

22, 951 35, 985

$1, 295, 119

22,870 30, 934

1, 287, 469

1,356, 520

1, 348, 923 3,063, 045

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3, 196, 223

3, 257,000

Total, direct obligations.
Reimbursable obligations:

11 Personnel compensation..
12 Personnel benefits.
21 Travel and transportation of persons.
22 Transportation of things.
23 Rents, communications, and utilities
24 Printing and reproduction...
25 Other services..

Services performed by other agencies..

Labor contracts with foreign governments 26 Supplies and materials. 31 Equipment... 32 Lands and structures. 41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions. 44 Refunds..

149, 214

9, 307 3,694 17, 227 26, 153

2, 270 124,871

200
5, 693
103, 046
39, 569

118
77
41

149, 072
10, 231

2,657
16, 566
26, 183

2, 282 132, 504

200
6,036
97, 027
49, 006

113
82
41

150, 459
10, 346

2, 730 16, 638 26, 240

2, 285 111, 993

200 5, 773 99, 421 50, 679

113 82 41

481, 480

492, 000

477,000

Total, reimbursable obligations..
Total, obligations...

3, 544, 525

3,688, 223

3, 734,000

1 Average number of persons: 1960, 104,495; 1961, 100,219; 1962, 99,750.

Personnel summary

1960 actual

1961 estimate 1962 estimate

Total number of permanent positions..
Full-time equivalent of other positions.
Average number of all employees.-
Number of employees at end of year.
Average GS grade.
Average GS salary.
Average salary of ungraded positions...

256, 027

21,565 264, 869 265, 305

6.1 $5, 327 $5, 153

253, 142

19, 631 262, 002 262, 106

6.2 $5, 670 $5, 261

252, 901

19,581 260, 602 262, 809

6.2 $5, 693 $5, 261

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Program by activities:
Direct obligations:

1. Tactical forces
2. Training activities
3. Central supply activities
4. Major overhaul and maintenance of materiel.
5. Medical activities.
6. Armywide activities
7. Army Reserve and Reserve Officers' Training

Corps
8. Joint projects..

Total direct obligations
Reimbursable obligations:

1. Tactical force's
2. Training activities
3. Central supply activities.
4. Major overhaul and maintenance of materiel..
5. Medical activities
6. Armywide activities
7. Army Reserve and Reserve Officers' Training

Corps
8. Joint projects.

Total, reimbursable obligations

Total, obligations.....
Financing:

Comparative transfers to other accounts.
Comparative transfers from other accounts (goods and

services provided by Berlin Magistrat).
Unoblizated balance brought forward..
Unobligated military assistance orders transferred to other

accounts.
Advances and reimbursements from-

Military assistance orders.
Other accounts.

Non-Federal.
Unohligated balance carried forward..
Unobligated balance lapsing...

New obligational authority..
New obligational authority:

Appropriation..
Transferred to

"Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Prisons" (73 Stat

443).
"Operating expenses, National Archives and Records

Services" General Services Administration (71 Stat.
"Operating expenses, Public Building Service,” Gen-

eral Services Administration (71 Stat. 69)
“Repair and improvement of public buildings,"

General Services Administration (71 Stat. 69).
"Expenses, supply distribution,” General Services

Administration (71 Stat. 69)
Transferred (5 U.S.C. 1721 (a)) from-

"Operation and maintenance, Air Force".
"Operation and maintenance, Navy''.

Appropriation (adjusted).
Proposed supplemental due to pay increase.

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Mr. ANDREWS. We shall proceed to the first appropriation, “Operation and maintenance, Army."

JUSTIFICATIONS OF THE ESTIMATE The justifications will be inserted in the record at this point. (The justifications follow :)

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