H.R. 10775 (89th): An Act to authorize certain construction at military installations, and for other purposes

89th Congress, 1965–1966. Text as of Sep 16, 1965 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

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79 STAT. ]       PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965                                           793

Public Law 89-188
                                  AIM A P T                                   September 16, 1Q65
                                  ^^^^^^                                        [H. R. 10775]
To authorize certain eoiistruotion at military installations, and for other
                                  purposes.
  Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress assembled^                             stmction^Aia°hori-
                                                                              zation Act, 1966.
                                 TITLE I

  SEC. 101. The Secretary of the Army may establish or develop                  ^""^y-
military installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, con-
verting, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public
vv^orks, including site preparations, appurtenances, utilities and equip-
ment for the following projects:

                        INSIDE THE UNITED STATES

      CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES, LESS ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND

                               (First Army)
  Fort Devens, Massachusetts: Hospital facilities and troop housing,
$11,008,000.
  Fort Dix, New Jersey: Maintenance facilities, medical facilities,
and troop housing, $17,948,000.
  Federal Office Building, Brooklyn, New York: Administrative
facilities, $636,000. _
  United States Military Academy, West Point, New York: Hospital
facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities,
$18,089,000.
                           (Second Army)
  Fort Belvoir, Virginia: Training facilities, and hospital facilities,
$2,296,000.
  East Coast Radio Transmitter Station, Woodbridge, Virginia:
Utilities, $211,000.
  Fort Eustis, Virginia: Utilities, $158,000.
  Fort Knox, Kentucky: Training facilities, maintenance facilities,
troop housing, and community facilities, $15,422,000.
  Fort Lee, Virginia: Community facilities, $700,000.
  Fort Meade, Maryland: Ground improvements, $550,000.
  Fort Monroe, Virginia: Administrative facilities, $4,950,000.
  Vint Hill Farms, Virginia: Maintenance facilities, troop housing
and utilities, $1,029,000.
                           (Third Army)
   Fort Benning, Georgia: Maintenance facilities, troop housing and
utilities, $5,325,000.
   Fort Bragg, North Carolina: Maintenance facilities, supply facili-
ties, medical facilities, troop housing and community facilities,
$4,106,000.
   Fort Campbell, Kentucky: Operational and training facilities,
maintenance facilities, troop housing and utilities, $1,992,000.
   Fort Gordon, Georgia: Training facilities, troop housing and
community facilities, $18,485,000.
   Fort Jackson, South Carolina: Training facilities, maintenance
facilities, medical facilities, and troop housing facilities, $17,281,000.
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794 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. Fort Rucker, Alabama: Maintenance facilities, troop housing, and community facilities, $3,720,000. Fort Stewart, Georgia: Hospital facilities and utilities, $2,317,000. (Fourth Army) Fort Bliss, Texas: Operational facilities, administrative facilities, and community facilities, $838,000. Brooke Army Medical Center, Texas: Training facilities, $8,300,- 000. Fort Hood, Texas: Maintenance facilities, medical facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $18,081,000. Fort Sam Houston, Texas: Medical facilities, $1,300,000. Fort Polk, Louisiana: Training facilities, troop housing, and utilities, $1,118,000. Fort Sill, Oklahoma: Operational and training facilities, admin- istrative facilities, troop housing and community facilities, $2,268,000. (Fifth Army) Fort Carson, Colorado: Maintenance facilities, $3,463,000. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana: Hospital facilities, troop housing and community facilities, $4,017,000. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas: Operational facilities and medical facilities, $2,893,000. Fort Riley, Kansas: Maintenance facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $9,555,000. Fort Sheridan, Illinois: Utilities, $47,000. Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri: Operational and training facilities, and troop housing facilities, $16,084,000. (Sixth Army) Fort Irwin, California: Operational facilities, maintenance facili- ties, hospital facilities, community facilities, and utilities, $4,741,000. Fort Lewis, Washington: Training facilities, troop housing and community facilities, $710,000. Presidio of Monterey, California: Training facilities and troop housing, $3,046,000. Fort Ord, California: Maintenance facilities, $974,000. Presidio of San Francisco, California: Administrative facilities, $1,299,000. Two Rock Ranch, California: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, and utilities, $385,000. West Coast Receiving Station, California: Utilities, $166,000. Yakima Firing Range, Washington: Troop housing, $56,000. (Military District of Washington) Army Map Service, Maryland: Operational facilities, $182,000. Cameron Station, Virginia: Medical facilities, $168,000. Fort Myer, Virginia: Troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $5,409,000. Walter Reed Army Medical Center, District of Columbia: Medical facilities and utilities, $611,000.
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 795 ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland: Administrative facilities and utilities, $3,419,000. Aeronautical Maintenance Center, Texas: Maintenance facilities, $1,941,000. Anniston Army Depot, Alabama: Maintenance facilities, $837,000. Bayonne Naval Supply Center, Bayonne, New Jersey: Main- tenance facilities, supply facilities, administrative facilities, and utilities, $3,658,000. Blue Grass Army Depot, Kentucky: Operational facilities and maintenance facilities, $779,000. Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, New Hani]^- shire: Maintenance facilities, research, development and test facili- ties, $1,184,000. Fort Detrick, Maryland: Operational facilities, research, develop- ment and test facilities, and utilities, $11,771,000. Dugway Proving Ground, U t a h : Comnumity facilities, $137,000. Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland: r t i l i t i e s , $164,000. Granite City Amiy Depot, Illinois: rtilities, $56,000. Fort. Huachuca, Arizona: Troop housing, $320,000. Jeiferson Proving Ground, Indiana : Operational facilities, $52,000. Letterkenny Army Depot, Penusvlvania : Maii\tenance facilities, and utilities, $2,239,000. Lexington Army Depot, Kentuckv: Administrative facilities, and utilities, $526,000. Fort Monmouth, New Jersey : Troop liousiug, $586,000. Natick Laboratories, Massachusetts: Maintenance facilities, $1,371,000. Navajo Army Depot, Arizona : I'tilities, $56,000. New Cumberland Ai'my Depot, l^ennsylvania: Operational facili- ties, supply facilities, and administrative facilities, $815,000, Oakland Armv Terminal, California: Comnmnity facilities, $912,000. Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey: Administrative facilities, $584,000. Pueblo Army DeiK)t, Colorado: Utilities, $337,(MM). Red River Armv Depot. Texas: Maintenance facilities and utilities, $465,000. Redstone Arsenal, Alabama : Training facilities, $1,364,000. Rock Island Ai'senal, Illinois: .Vdministrative facilities, and utilities, $826,000. Rocky Mountain Arsemil. Coloiado: Maintenance facilities. $36,000. Savanna Army Depot, Illinois: Training facilities, $102,000. Sharpe Army Depot, California: Maintenance facilities, $175,000. Sierra Army Depot, California : I'tilities, $115,000. Tobyhanna Amiv I)ep<>t, Pennsvlvania: Supplv facilities, $199. oOO. Tooele Army 1 )epot, I'tah : 1 'tilities, $34<>,(K>0. Watervliet Arsenal, New York : I'tilities, $1,713,000. ^ White Sands Missile Range, New Mexi<o: Research, development and test facilities, $473,000. Cnite<l States Ai-my, Hawaii Scliotield Barracks, Hawaii: Maintenance facilities, troop housing and utilities. $3,175,000.
796 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES Okinawa, Various: Community facilities, and utilities, $2,558,000. Germany, Various: Operational facilities, and troop housing, $2,046,000. Fort Clayton, Canal Zone: Utilities, $387,000. Classified Location: Operational facilities, $2,400,000. E s t a b l i s h m e n t of c l a s s i f i e d installa- SEC. 102. The Secretary of the Army may establish or develop tions. classified military installations and facilities by acquiring, construct- ing, converting, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurte- nances, utilities, and equipment in the total amount of $39,470,000. Construction for SEC. 103. The Secretary of the Army may establish or develop unforeseen re- quirements. Army installations and facilities by proceeding with construction made necessary by changes in Army missions and responsibilities w^hich have been occasioned b y : (a) unforeseen security considera- tions, (b) new weapons developments, (c) new and unforeseen research and development requirements, or (d) improved production schedules, if the Secretary of Defense determines that deferral of such construction for inclusion in the next military construction authorization Act would be inconsistent with interests of national security, and in connection therewith to acquire, construct, convert, rehabilitate, or install permanent or temporary public works, includ- ing land acquisition, site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and Notification of equipment, in the total amount of $10,000,000: Provided, That the congressional committees. Secretary of the Army, or his designee, shall notify the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives, immediately upon reaching a final decision to implement, of the cost of construction of any public work undertaken under this section, including those real estate actions pertaining thereto. This authori- zation will expire as of September 30, 1966, except for those public works projects concerning which the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives have been notified pur- suant to this section prior to that date. SEC. 104. (a) Public Law 86-500, as amended, is amended under 74 Stat. 166. heading "Inside the United States" in section 101, as follows: (1) Under the subheading "Technical Services Facilities (Ordnance Corps)," with respect to "Watertown Arsenal, Massachusetts," strike out, "$1,849,000" and insert in place thereof "$1,952,000." (b) Public Law 86-500, as amended, is amended by striking out 77 Stat. 311. in clause (1) of section 502, "$80,460,000" and "$147,390,000" and inserting in place thereof "$80,563,000" and "$147,493,000," respec- tively. SEC. 105. (a) Public Law 87-554, as amended, is amended under 76 Stat. 224. heading "Inside the United States" in section 101, as follows: (1) Under the subheading "Continental Army Command (Fifth A r m y ) " , with respect to "Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri," strike out "$8,567,- 000" and insert in place thereof "$9,066,000". (b) Public Law 87-554, as amended, is amended by striking^ out 77 Stat. 311. in clause (1) of section 602, "$101,816,000", and "$150,325,000" and inserting in place thereof "$102,315,000", and "$150,824,000," respec- tively. SEC. 106. (a) Public Law 88-174, as amended, is amended under heading "Inside the United States" in section 101, as follows: (1) Under the subheading "Continental Army Command (Fifth A r m y ) " , with respect to "Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri", strike out "^8,163,000" and insert in place thereof "$8,737,000." (2) Lender the subheading "Army Component Commands (Pacific Command A r e a ) " , with respect to "Hawaii Defense
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 797 Area, Hawaii", strike out "$150,000" and insert in place thereof ^^ ^'^'- -'o^- "$279,000". (b) Public Law 88-174, as amended, is amended by striking out in clause (1) of section 602, "$154,993,000", and "$199,650,000" and 78 Stat, 345. inserting in place thereof "$155,696,000" and "$200,353,000", respec- tively. SEC. 107. (a) Public Law 88-390 is amended under heading "Inside the United States" in section 101, as follows: 78 stat. 341. (1) Under the subheading "Continental Army Command (Military District of Washington, District of Columbia)", with respect to "Fort Myer, Virginia" strike out "$4,052,000" and insert in place thereof "$4,524,000." (2) Under the subheading "United States Army Materiel Command (United States Army Weapons Command)" with respect to "Watervliet Arsenal, New York" strike out "$77,000" and insert in place thereof "$161,000". (3) Under the subheading "United States Military Academy, West Point, New York" strike out "$20,578,000" and insert in place thereof "$27,997,000." (4) Under the subheading "Army Security Agency" with respect to "Two Rock Ranch Station, California," strike out "$1,014,000" and insert in place thereof "$1,210,000." (b) Public Law 88-390 is amended by striking out in clause (1) of section 602 "$241,526,000", and "$292,587,000," and inserting "$249,697,000", and "$300,758,000", respectively. TITLE II SEC. 201. The Secretary of the Navy may establish or develop mili- ^^^^' tary installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, convert- ing, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public works, including site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment for the followmg projects: INSIDE THE UNITED STATES BUREAU o r SHIPS FACILITIES (Naval Shipyards) Naval Shipyard, Boston, Massachusetts: Maintenance facilities, and utilities, $5,105,000. Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington: Maintenance facili- ties, troop housing and community facilities, and ground improve- ments, $1,692,000. Naval Shipyard, Charleston, South Carolina: Maintenance facili- ties, $5,917,000. Naval Shipyard, Long Beach, California: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, and utilities, $2,931,000. Naval Shipyard, Mare Island, California: Maintenance facilities, and utilities, $1,129,000. Naval Shipyard, Norfolk, Virginia: Maintenance facilities, and utilities, $2,703,000. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii: Operational facili- ties, and maintenance facilities, $3,591,000. Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Maintenance facili- ties, and supply facilities, $3,487,000. Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Maintenance facili- ties, $998,000.
798 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, California: Maintenance facili- ties, $450,000. (Fleet Support Stations) Headquarters, Commander in Chief, Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk, Vir- ginia: Troop housing, $873,000. Naval Inshore Undersea Warfare Group, Norfolk, Virginia: Utilities, $216,000. (Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Stations) Navy Mine Defense Laboratory, Panama City, Florida: Supply facilities, $97,000. F L E E T BASE F A C I L I T I E S Naval Sta;tion, Charleston, South Carolina: Operational facilities, and troop housing $765,000. Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, California: Maintenance facilities, $396,000. Naval Command Systems Support Activity, District of Columbia: Administrative facilities, $643,000. Naval Station, Key West, Florida: Supply facilities, and medical facilities, $1,293,000. NavaJl Station, Long Beach, California: Troop housing and utili- ties, $2,319,000. Naval Submarine Base, New London, Connecticut: Troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $2,350,000. Naval Station, Newport, Rhode Island: Maintenance facilities, and troop housing, $2,112,000. Naval Station, Norfolk, Virginia: Operational facilities and com- munity facilities, $2,133,000. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii: Administrative facil- ities, and troop housing, $670,000. Naval Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii: Operational housing, $271,000. Naval Station, San Diego, California: Operational facilities, troop housing, and utilities, $4,508,000. Naval Station, Treasure Island, California: Administrative facili- ties, medical facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities and ground improvements, $1,856,000. NAVAL W E A P O N S F A C I L I T I E S (Naval Air Training Stations) Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Chase Field, Texas: Operational facilities, and utilities, $152,000. Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Texas: Real estate, $184,000. Naval Auxiliary Landmg Field, Ellj^son Field, Florida: Opera- tional facilities, troop housing, and utilities, $1,530,000. Naval Air Station, Glynco, Georgia: Operational facilities, and troop housing, $637,000. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Kingsville, Texas: Operational facil- ities, troop housing, and utilities, $557,000. Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee: Training facilities, and troop housing, $5,792,000. Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida: Maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, and utilities, $2,263,000. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Saufley Field, Florida: Training facilities, $664,000.
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 799 Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Whiting Field, Florida: Troop housing, and utilities, $1,355,000. (Field Support Stations) Naval Station, Adak, Alaska: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, and utilities, $5,000,000. Naval Air Station, Alameda. California: Operational facilities, and troop housing, $784,000. Naval Air Station, Barbers Point, Oahu, Hawaii: Troop housing and community facilities. $521,000. Naval Air Station, Bnuiswick, Maine: Operational facilities, $161,- 000. Naval xVir Station. Cecil Field, Florida: Maintenance facilities, and administrative facilities, $1,124,000. Naval Air Facilitv, El Centro, California: Operational facilities, $400,000. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Fallon, Nevada: Administrative facilities, and community facilities, $441,000. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, troop housing, and utilities, $11,595,000. Pacific Fleet Tactical Range, Kauai, Hawaii: Operational facilities, troop housing, and utilities, $1,878,000. Naval Air Station, Ke}* West, Florida: Operational facilities, and troop housing, $884,000. Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, New Jersev: Training facilities, $199,000. Naval Air Station, Lemoore, California: Tniining facilities, $990,000. Naval Station, Mayport, Florida: Operational facilities, and utili- ties and ground improvements, $892,000. Naval Air Station, Miramar, California: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, and administrative facilities, $914,000. Naval Air Station, Motf'ett Field, (California: Operational facili- ties, $476,0(X). Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia : Maintenance facilities, and t roop housing, $2,774,000. Naval Air Station, Nortli Island, California: Ti-oop housing, aiid utilities, $858,000. Naval Air Station, Oceana, Virginia : Operational facilities, main- tenance facilities, and troop housing, $5,482,000. Naval Air Station, Quonset Point, Ehode Island: ()j)erational facilities, and community facilities, $509,000. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Ream Field, ( \ l i f o r n i a : Troop liousing, $2,024,000. Naval Air Station, Sanford, Florida: Operational facilities, main- tenance facilities, troop housing, utilities, and real estate, $7,249,0(K). Naval Air Station. Whidbey Island, Washington: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, and troop housing, $8,754.(H)0. (Marine Corps Air Station) Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort, South C\\rolina: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, and utilities, $2,778,000. Marine Corps Auxiliarjr Landing Field, Camp Pendleton, Cali- fornia: Operational facilities, $264,000. Marine Corps Air Station, (lierry Point, North CaroUna: Opera- tional facilities, supply facilities, and troop liousing. $4,569,000. Marine (\n'ps Air Station, El Toro, California: Operational facil- ities, su])ply fa<ilities, and utilities, $659,000.
800 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. Marine Corps Air Facility, New River, North Carolina: Opera- tional facilities, maintenance facilities, medical facilities, and troop housing, $2,587,000. Marine Corps Air Facility, Santa Ana, California: Operational facilities, and troop housing, $2,483,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Arizona: Operational facilities, supply facilities, and utilities, $619,000. (Fleet Readiness Stations) Naval Ammunition Depot, Charleston, South Carolina: Medical facilities, administrative facilities, community facilities, and utilities, $1,355,000. Naval Weapons Station, Concord, California: Maintenance facili- ties, and utilities, $609,000. Naval Ammunition Depot, Oahu, Hawaii: Operational facilities, and troop housing $597,000. Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach, California: Maintenance facilities, $100,000. Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown, Virginia: Real estate, $75,000. (Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Stations) Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, California: Opera- tional facilities, and research, development and test facilities, $495,000. Naval Parachute Facility, E l Centro, California: Research, devel- opment and test facilities, and real estate, $2,300,000. Naval Air Engineering Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Utili- ties, $155,000. Pacific Missile Range, Point Mugu, California: Maintenance facili- ties, and research, development and test facilities; and, on San Nicolas Island, operational facilities, and troop housing, $2,480,000. SUPPLY FACILITIES Naval Supply Depot, Newport, Rhode Island: Operational facili- ties, $726,000. Naval Supply Center, Oakland, California: Administrative facili- ties, $590,000. MARINE CORPS FACILITIES Marine Corps Supply Center, Barstow, California: Supply facili- ties, $200,000. Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina: Training facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, medical facilities, administrative facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities and ground improvements, $7,126,000. Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California: Training facili- ties, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, administrative facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $8,487,000. Marine Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, California: Training facil- ities, $2,912,000. SERVICE SCHOOL FACILITIES Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland: Training facilities, and utilities and ground improvements, $9,532,000. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois: Training facilities, troop housing and community facilities, $11,457,000. Naval Schools Command, Mare Island, California: Troop housing, $432,000.
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 801 Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California: Training facili- ties, $2,140,000. Officer Candidate School, Newport, Rhode Island: Training facili- ties, $3,000,000. Fleet Training Center, Norfolk, Virginia: Training facilities, $2,221,000. Naval Schools Command, Norfolk, Virginia: Training facilities, $566,000. Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare School, San Diego, California: Troop housing, $1,212,000. Naval Training Center, San Diego, California: Training facilities, and troop housing, $10,306,000. Naval Schools Command, Treasure Island, California: Troop housing, $3,802,000. MEDICAL F A C I L I T I E S National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland: Troop hous- ing, $800,000. _ ^ Naval Hospital, Charleston, South Carolina: Troop housing, $353,000. Naval Hospital Corps School, Great Lakes, Illinois: Troop hous- ing, $1,696,000. Naval Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island: Hospital and medical facilities, ^,736,000. Naval Dispensary and Dental Clinic, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii: Medical facilities, $2,800,000. Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Troop housing, $315,000. Naval Hospital, Saint Albans, New York: Troop housing, $718,000. Naval Hospital, San Diego, California: Medical facilities, $1,433,000. COMMUNICATION FACILITIES Naval Communication Station, Adak, Alaska: Operational facili- ties, and supply facilities, $303,000. Naval Radio Station, Mount Moffett, Adak, Alaska: Operational facilities, $1,185,000. Naval Autodin Facility, Albany, Georgia: Operational facilities, $313,000. Naval Radio Station, Annapolis, Maryland: Troop housing, $86,000. National Naval Reserve Master Control Radio Station, Arlington, Virginia: Operational facilities, $40,000. Naval Communication Station, San Francisco (Stockton), Cali- fornia : Administrative facilities, and troop housing, $518,000. Naval Autodin Facility, Syracuse, New York: Operational facili- ties, $45,000. Naval Communication Station, Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaii: Oj)era- tional facilities, supply facilities, troop housing, and utilities, $1,248,000. Various locations: Utilities, $2,000,000. O F F I C E OF NAVAL RESEARCH F A C I L I T I E S Naval Research Laboratory, District of Columbia: Research, devel- opment and te^t facilities, and utilities, $5,560,000. Naval Training Device Center, Orlando, Florida: Research, devel- opment and test facilities, $851,000.
802 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. YARDS A N D DOCKS FACILITIES Naval Constiniction Battalion Center, Davisville, Khode Island: Training facilities, community facilities, and real estate, $774,000. Navy Public Works Center, Newport, Rhode Island: Utilities, $390,000. Navy Public Works Center, Norfolk, Virginia: Operational facili- ties, and utilities, $1,868,000. Navy Public Works Center, Pearl Harbor, Oalm, Hawaii: Main- tenance facilities, $130,000. Naval Construction Battalion Center, Port Hueneme, California: Troop housing, $893,000. OUTSIDE THE IGNITED STATES FLEET BASE FACILITIES Naval Station, (iuantanamo Bay, Cuba: Operational facilities, $187,000. Fleet Activities, Ryukyus, Okinawa: Troop housing, $1,287,000. Headquarters Support Activity, Taipei, Republic of China : Admin- istrative facilities, $199,000. XAVAL WEAPONS FACILrriES Naval Air Station, Agana, Guam: Maintenance facilities, and medical facilities, $138,000. Naval A i r Station, Atsugi, J a p a n : Operational facilities, $2,047,000. Naval Air Station, Cubi Point, Republic of the Philippines: Main- tenance facilities, and community facilities, $331,000. Marine Corps Air Facility, Futema, Okinawa: Operational facili- ties, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, troop housing, and utilities and ground improvements, $1,499,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Iwakimi, J a p a n : Operational facilities, and troop housing, $639,000. Naval Air Facility, Naha, Okinawa: Administrative facilities, and troop housing, $497,000. Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico: Operational facili- ties, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, administrative facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities and ground improvements, $7,986,000. Naval Station, Rota, Spain: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $5,616,000. sirPLY FA(iLrnF.s Naval Supply Depot. Subic Bay. Republic, of the Philippines: Administrative facilities, $120,000. MARINE CORPS FACILITIES Camp Smedley D. Butler. Okinawa: Training fficilities, main- tenance facilities, administrative facilities, and community facilities, $841,000. COMMI NICATION F A < I L r n K S Naval Radio Station, Barriga<la, (iuam: Operational facilities, $526,000. Naval Communication Station, Finegayan, (iuam: Operational facilities, and troop housing, $1,701,000.
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 803 Naval Radio Station, Fort Allen, Puerto Rico: Operational facili- ties, and troop housing, $94,000. Naval Radio Station, Isabela, Puerto Rico: Operational facilities and real estate, $1,237,000. Naval Communication Station, Londonderry, Northern Ireland: Operational facilities, and troop liousing and community facilities, $1,364,000. Naval Radio Station, Sabana Seca, Puerto Rico: Community facilities, $603,000. Naval Communication Station, San Miguel, Republic of the Philip- pines: Operational facilities, $563,000. Naval Radio Station, Summit, Canal Zone: Operational facilities and troop housing and community facilities, $383,000. Various locations: Utilities, $4,500,000. YARDS AND DOCKS FAClLrriKS Navy Public Works Center, Subic Bay, Republic of the Philip- pines: Utilities, $2,078,000. SEC. 202. The Secretary of the Navy may establish or develop ofEcs lt aa sbsl ii fsihemd e nin- t classified naval installations and facilities by acquiring, converting, stallatioTis. rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temix)rary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment in the total amount of $41,099,000. SEC. 203. The Secretary of the Navy may establish or develop Navy ^forConstruction _^ unforeseen installations and facilities by proceeding with construction made requirements necessary by changes in Navy missions and i-esponsibilities which have been occasioned by: (a) unfores^n security considerations, (b) new weapons developments, (c) new and unforeseen i^search and development requirements, or (d) improved production schedules, if the Secretary of Defense determines that deferral of such construc- tion for inclusion in the next military construction authorization Act would be inconsistent with interests of national security, and in con- nection therewith to acquire, construct, convei"t, rehabilitate, or install permanent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment, m the total amount of $10,000,000: Provided, That the Secretary of the Navy, c oNotification ngressional of or his designee, shall notify the (^ommittees on Armed Services of c o m m i t t e e s . the Senate and House of Representatives, immediately upon reaching a final decision to implement, of the cost of construction of any public work undertaken under this section, including those real estate actions pertaining thereto. This authorization will expire as of September 30, 1966, except for those public works projects concerning which the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives have been notified pursuant to this section prior to that date. T I T L E 111 SEC. 301. The Secretary of the Air Force m a y establish or develop Air F o r c e . military installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, con- verting, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public works, including site preparation, api)urtenances, utilities, and equip- ment, for the following projects:
804 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. INSIDE THE UNITED STATES AIR DEFENSE COMMAND E n t Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colorado: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, and troop housing, $1,767,000. Hamilton Air Force Base, San Rafael, California: Operational facilities and troop housing, $1,297,000, Kincheloe Air Force Base, Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan: Opera- tional facilities, supply facilities, and community facilities, $189,000. Kingsley Field, Klamath Falls, Oregon: Operational facilities and maintenance facilities, $258,000. McChord Air Force Base, Tacoma, Washington: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, medical facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $3,736,000. Otis Air Force Base, Falmouth, Massachusetts: Maintenance facil- ities, $700,000. Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base, Kansas City, Missouri: Main- tenance facilities, $104,000. Self ridge Air Force Base, Mount Clemens, Michigan: Operational fa-cilities and maintenance facilities, $117,000. Stewart Air Force Base, Newburgh, New York: Operational facilities, $414,000. Suffolk County Air Force Base, Westhampton Beach, New York: Operational facilities and community facilities, $294,000. Tyndall Air Force Base, Panama City, Florida: Operational and training facilities, supply facilities, and troop housing, $2,991,000. AIR FORCE A C C O U N T I N G A N D F I N A N C E C E N T E R Air Force Accounting and Finance Center, Denver, Colorado: Administrative facilities and utilities, $225,000. AIR FORCE LOGIS TICS C O M M A N D GrifRss Air Force Base, Rome, New York: Operational facilities and research, development, and test facilities, $1,890,000. Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, U t a h : Maintenance facilities, supply facilities, administrative facilities, and community facilities, $6,258,- 000^ Kelly Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, and troop housing and communitv facilities, $5,759,000. McClellan Air Force Base, Sacramento, California: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, troop hous- ing and community facilities, and utilities, $4,655,000. Newark Air Force Station, Newark, Ohio: tltilities, $181,000. Robins Air Force Base, Macon, Georgia: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, troop housing, and community facilities, and utilities, $6,983,000. Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, and com- m u n i t j facilities, $7,314,000. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio: Research, devel- opment, and test facilities, hospital facilities, administrative facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $12,319,000.
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 805 AIR FORCE SYSTEMS C O M M A N D Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas: Operational facili- ties, research, development, and test facilities, and troop housing, $588,000. Edwards Air Force Base, Muroc, California: Research, develop- ment, and test facilities, hospital facilities, and utilities, $2,897,000. Eglin Air Force Base, Valparaiso, Florida: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, medical facilities, troop housing and commu- nity facilities, and utilities, $2,684,000. HoUoman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico: Operational facilities, research, development, and test facilities, supply facilities, administrative facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $2,526,000. Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, Xew Mexico: Research, development, and test facilities and community facilities, $1,517,000. Patrick Air Force Base, Cocoa, Florida: Administrative facilities, community facilities, and utilities, $431,000. Various locations. Eastern Test Range: Tr(X)p housing, and utili- ties, $415,000. AIR T R A I N I N G C O M M A N D Buckley Air Force Base, Aurora, Colorado: Operational facilities, medical facilities, and utilities, $106,000. Chanute Air Force Base, Rantoul, Illinois: Training facilities, troop housing, and utilities, $5,442,000. Craig Air Force Base, Selma, Alabama: Maintenance facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $1,781,000. Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Mississippi: Training facilities, administrative facilities, and community facilities, $3,567,000. Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas: Training facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $5,510,000. Laredo Air Force Base, Laredo, Texas: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $1,852,000. Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, Texas: Troop housing and community facilities, $866,000. Lowry Air Force Base, Denver, Colorado: Community facilities, $352,000. Mather Air Force Base, Sacramento, California: Training facili- ties, maintenance facilities, and troop housing and community facili- ties, $2,933,000. Moody Air Force Base, Valdosta, Georgia: Ojjerational and train- ing facilities, supply facilities, troop housing and community facili- ties, and utilities, $1,782,000. Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas: Maintenance facilities and troop housing, $651,000. Reese Air Force Base, Lubbock, Texas: Training facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $1,533,000. Shepj)ard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, Texas: Training facili- ries, maintenance facilities, troop liousing and community facilities, and utilities, $4,319,000. Vance Air Force Base, Enid, Oklahoma: Oi^erational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, and troop liousing and community facilities, $1,653,000. Webb Air Force Base, Big Spring, Texas: Training facilities, supply facilities, and troop housing and <'ommunity facilities, $1,342,000.
806 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. Williams Air Base, Chandler, Arizona: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, and troop housing and Qommunity facilities, $2,920,000. AIR UNIVERSITY Gunter Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama: Troop housing and utilities, $741,000. Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama: Troop housing, $770,000. ALASKAN AIR COMMAND Eielaon Air Force Base, Fairbanks, Alaska: Operational facilities and supply facilities, $601,000. Elmendorf Air Force Base, Anchorage, Alaska: Operational facilities, supply facilities, administrative facilities, community facil- ities, and utilities, $3,640,000. Galena Airport, Galena, Alaska: Supply facilities, $374,000. King Salmon Airport, Naknek, Alaska: Community facilities, $288,000. Various locations: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $7,837,000. HEADQUARTERS COMMAND Andrews Air Force Basej Camp Springs, Maryland: Supply facilities, administrative facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $2,923,000. MILITARY AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE Charleston Air Force Base, Charleston, South Carolina: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, troop housing, and real estate, $3,349,000. Dover Air Force Base^ Dover, Delaware: Training facilities and maintenance facilities, $1,180,000. McGuire Air Force Base, Wrightstown, New Jersey: Maintenance facilities and utilities, $2,094,000. Scott Air Force Base, Belleville, Illinois: Administrative facilities, troop housing and utilities, $2,240,000. Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, California: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, medical facilities, and com- munity facilities, $3,319,000. PACIFIC AIR FORCE Hickam Air Force Base, Honolulu, Hawaii: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $3,315,000. Wheeler Air Force Base, Wahiawa, Hawaii: Community facilities, $396,000. STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND Altus Air Force Base, Altus, Oklahoma: Operational facilities, $46,000. Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, and troop housing, $3,015,000. Beale Air Force Base, Marysville, California: Hospital facilities, community facilities, and utilities, $1,839,000.
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 807 Blytheville Air Force Base, Blytheville, Arkansas: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, hospital facilities, administrative facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $1,792,000, Bunker Hill Air Force Base, Peru, Indiana: Operational facilities, hospital facilities, and community facilities, $1,785,000. Carswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, Texas; Operational facilities and troop housing, $662,000. Castle Air Force Base, Merced, California: Community facilities, $49,000. Columbus Air Force Base, Columbus, Mississippi: Operational facilities and community facilities, $,306,000. Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona: Supply facili- ties, hospital facilities, administrative facilities, troop housing and community facilities, utilities and ground improvements, $4,235,000. Ellsworth Air Force Base, Rapid City, South Dakota: Community facilities, $426,000. Fairchild Air Force Base, Spokane, Washington: Community facilities, $187,000. Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, Cheyenne, Wyoming: Com- munity facilities, $263,000. Grand Forks Air Force Base, Grand Forks, North Dakota: Troop housing and community facilities, and utilities, $4,453,000. Homestead Air Force Base, Homestead, Florida: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $1,908,000. K. I. Sawyer Municipal Airport, Marquette, Michigan: Opera- tional facilities and supply facilities, $148,000. Little Rock Air Force Base, Little Rock, Arkansas: Operational facilities and troop housing, $1,169,000. Lockbourne Air Force Base, Columbus, Ohio: Community facili- ties, $565,000. Malmstrom Air Force Base, Great Falls, Montana: Troop housing and utilities, $577,000. March Air Force Base, Riverside, California: Operational facili- ties, maintenance facilities, and troop housing, $3,051,000. McCoy Air Force Base, Orlando, Florida: Troop housing, $40,000. Minot Air Force Base, Minot, North Dakota: Operational facilities and maintenance facilities, $109,000. Mountain Home Air Force Base, Mountain Home, Idaho: Main- tenance facilities and troop housing, $171,000. Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska: Training facilities and utilities, $389,000. Plattsburgh Air Force Base, Plattsburgh, New York: Maintenance facilities, $126,000. Turner Air Force Base, Albany, Georgia: Maintenance facilities, hospital facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $4,643,000. Vandenberg Air Force Base, Lampoc, California: Operational facilities, supply facilities, community facilities, and utilities, $691,000. Walker Air Force Base, Roswell, New Mexico: Community facil- ities, $796,000. Westover Air Force Base, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts: Supply facilities, $298,000. Whiteman Air Force Base, Knob Noster, Missouri: Community facilities, $218,000. Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Oscoda, Michigan: Operational facili- ties, $45,000.
808 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. TACTICAL AIR C O M M A N D Cannon Air Force Base, Clovis, New Mexico: Operational and training facilities, administrative facilities, and troop housing, $1,823,000. England Air Force Base, Alexandria, Louisiana: Operational facili- ties, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $2,085,000. George Air Force Base, Victorville, California: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, and community facilities, $2,488,000. Langley x\ir Force Base, Hampton, Virginia: Operational facili- ties, administrative facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $3,696,000. Luke Air Force Base, Phoenix, Arizona: Maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $774,000. MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, administrative facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $9,279,000. McConnell Air Force Base, Wichita, Kansas: Operational facili- ties, medical facilities, and community facilities, $755,000. Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: Operational and training facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, hospital facilities, administrative facilities, ground improve- ments and real estate, $1,639,000. Nell is Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada: Operational facilities and supply facilities, $1,636,000. Pope Air Force Base, Fort Bragg, North Carolina: Operational facilities, medical facilities, administrative facilities, and troop hous- ing and community facilities, $2,560,000. Shaw Air Force Base, Sumter, South Carolina: Operational facili- ties, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $1,189,000. U N I T E D STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado: Training facilities, $8,872,000. U N I T E D STATES AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE Goodfellow Air Force Base, San Angelo, Texas: Troop housing, $275,000. A I R C R A F r CONTROL A N D W A R N I N G SYSTEM Various locations: Maintenance facilities, troop housing, and utili- ties, $1,377,000. OUTSIDE THE U N I T E D STATES AIR DEFENSE COMMAND Various locations: Maintenance facilities, troop housing and com- munity facilities, and utilities, $970,000. M I L I T A R Y A I R TRANSPORT SERVICE Wake Island Air Force Station, Wake Island: Supply facilities, troop housing and utilities, $1,391,000. Various locations: Maintenance facilities and medical facilities, $953,000.
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 809 P A C I F I C AIR FORCE Various locations: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, hospital facilities, administrative facilities, and troop housing and community facilities, $21,935,000. STRATEGIC AIR C O M M A N D Various locations: Utilities, $335,000. U N I T E D STATES AIR FORCES I N E U R O P E Various locations: Operational facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, administrative facilities, troop housing and commu- nity facilities, and utilities, $12,002,000. U N I T E D STATES AIR FORCE S O U T H E R N C O M M A N D Howard Air Force Base, Canal Zone: Operational facilities, main- tenance facilities, supply facilities, and community facilities, $1,686,- 000. U N I T E D STATES AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE Various locations: Operational facilities, supply facilities, medical facilities, community facilities, and utilities, $3,411,000. SEC. 302. The Secretary of the Air Force may establish or develop Establishment classified military installations and facilities by acquiring, construct- stauat^ons!'^'"" ing, converting, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurte- nances, utilities, and equipment in the total amount of $71,063,000. SEC. 303. The Secretary of the Air Force may establish or develop f„J^°"f^res!-e°n Air Force installations and facilities by proceeding with construction req^remenis. made necessary by changes in Air Force missions and responsibilities which have been occasioned by: (a) unforeseen security considerations, (b) new weapons developments, (c) new and unforeseen research and development requirements, or (d) improved production schedules, if the Secretary of Defense determines that deferral of such construction for inclusion in the next military construction authorization Act would be inconsistent with interests of national security, and in connection therewith to acquire, construct, convert, rehabilitate, or install per- manent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment, in the total amount of $10,000,000: Provided, That the Secretary of the Air Force ^°J"^'^^"°" °^ or his designee, shall notify the Committee^ on Armed Services of the co^mu^ee°s!^ Senate and House of Representatives, immediately upon reaching a final decision to implement, of the cost of construction of any public work undertaken under this section, including those real estate actions pertaining thereto. This authorization will expire as of September 30, 1966, except for those public w^orks projects concerning which the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representa- tives have been notified pursuant to this section prior to tha*^ da^e. SEC. 304. (a) Public Law 88-174, as amended is amended in section 301 under the heading "Inside the LTnited States" as follows: ^'' ^*^*- ^•^^• (1) Under the subheading "Air Force Systems Command", with respect to Sacramento Peak Upper Air Research Site, Alamogordo, New Mexico, by striking out "$2,889,000" and in- serting in place thereof "$3,167,000". (2) Under the subheading "Strategic Air Command", with respect to March Air Force Base, Riverside, California, by strik- ing out "$186,000" and inserting in place thereof "$255,000". 49-850 0-66—54
810 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. (b) Public Law 88-174, as amended, is amended by striking out 78 Stat. 357. in clause (3) of section 602 the amounts of "$161,940,000" and "$491,- 622,000" and inserting in place thereof "$162,287,000" and "$491,969,- 000", respectively. TITLE IV Defense agen- gi5(._ 401. The Secretary of Defense may establish or develop mili- cies rary installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, converting, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public works, including site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment, for defense agencies for the following projects: INSIDE T H E U N I T E D STATES DEFENSE ATOMIC SUPPORT AGENCY Sandia Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Utilities, $188,000. (ylarksville Base, Clarksville, Tennessee: Troop housing, $36,000. Killeen Base, Killeen, Texas: Troop housing, $45,000. D E F E N S E I N T E L L I G E N C E AGENCY f Arlington Hall Station, Arlington, Virginia: Operational and training facilities, $17,900,000. D E F E N S E S U P P L Y AGENCY Defense Construction Supply Center, Columbus, Ohio: Maintenance facilities and supply facilities, $301,000. Defense Depot, Memphis, Tennessee: Supply facilities, $266,000. Defense Depot, Ogden, U t a h : Supply facilities, $329,000. Defense Clothing and Textile Supply Center, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania: Administrative facilities, $950,000. Defense Industrial Supply Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Administrative facilities, $255,000. N A T I O N A L SECURITY AGENCY F o i t Meade, Maryland: Operational facilities and production facilities, $6,075,000. OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF D E F E N S E Armed Forces Radio and Television Service, Los Angeles, Califor- nia : Operational facilities, $18,000. OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES D E F E N S E A T O M I C SUPPORT AGENCY Johnston Island Air Force Base: Research, development and test facilities, $3,688,000. Establishment gj,Q 402. The Secretary of Defense may establish or develop in- serrch^rns^aua". stallations aud facilities required for advanced research projects and tions. in connection therewith may acquire, construct, convert, rehabilitate, or install permanent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurtenances, utilities and equipment, in the total amount of $20,000,000. Establishment g^c. 403. The SecTetaiy of Defense may establish or develop staifations/"' installations and facilities which he determines to be vital to the security of the United States, and in connection therewith to acquire,
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 811 construct, convert, rehabilitate, or install permanent or temporary public worksj including land acquisition, site preparation, appurte- nances, utilities, and equipment in the total amount of $50,000,000: Notification of Provided^ That the Secretary of Defense, or his designee, shall notify congressional ^ the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of R^pre- committees. sentatives, immediately upon reaching a final decision to implement, of the cost of construction of any public work undertaken under this section, including those real estate actions pertaining thereto. TITLE V MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING SEC. 501. The Secretary of Defense, or his designee, is authorized facume^ housing to construct, at the locations hereinafter named, family housing units and trailer court facilities, in the numbers hereinafter listed, but no family housing construction shall be commenced at any such locations in the United States, until the Secretary shall have consulted with the Administrator, Housing and Home Finance Agency, as to the avail- Notification of ability of adequate private housing at such locations. If the Secretary congressional and the Administrator are unable to reach agreement with respect committee"s to the availability of adequate private housing at any location, the Secretary shall immediately notify the Committees on Armed Services of the House of Representatives and the Senate, in writing, of such difference of opinion, and no contract for construction at such location shall be entered into for a period of thirty days after such notification has been given. This authority shall include the authority to acquire land, and interests in land, by gift, purchase, exchange of Government- owned land, or otherwise. (a) Family housing units for— (1) The Department of the Army, two thousand and fifty ^™y- units, $39,864,000: Presidio of San Francisco, California, one liundred and fifty units. F o r t Beiming, Georgia, three hundi-ed units. •' Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, fifty units. Fort Meade, Maryland, three hundred and forty units. 'i • Fort Monmouth, Xew Jersey, one hundred units. United States Military Academy, West Point, Xew York, two hundred units. Fort Jackson, South Carolina, one hundred and eighty "'•'•*' units. Fort Monroe, Virginia, fifty units. Atlantic Side, Canal Zone, one hundred units. Pacific Side, Canal Zone, three hundred units. Fort Buckner, Okinawa, two hundred and eighty units. (2) The Department of the Xavy, four thousand five hundred ^^^^" and forty units, $79,950,000: Marine Corps Supply Center, Barstow, (California, fifty- two units. Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, California, two hun- <lred and fifty units. Naval Complex, Long Beach, California, two hundred units. Naval Post Graduate Sch(K)l, Monterey, California, two hundred and eight units. Naval (^omplex, East Bay, San Francisco, California, four hundred units. Naval Complex, South Bay, San Franciscx), California, thi^ee hundred imits.
812 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. Naval Complex, West Bay, San Francisco, California, three hundred units. Naval Base, K e j West, Florida, four hundred units. Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, two hundred and fifty units. United States Navy installations, Oahu, Hawaii, three hundred units. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois, two hundred units. Naval Base, Newport, Ehode Island, two hundred units. Naval Air Station, Quonset Point, Rhode Island, two hun- dred units. Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Texas, three hundred and fifty units. Naval Complex, Norfolk, Virginia, five hundred units. Marine Corps Schools, Quantico, Virginia, one hundred units. Naval Station, Keflavik, Iceland, one hundred and fifty units. Naval Complex, Nah'a, Okinawa, forty units. Naval Station, Sangley Point, Republic of Philippines, one hundred and forty units. Air Force. (3) The Department of the Air Force, four thousand five hun- dred and ninety units, $85,770,000: Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, two hundred units. Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, two hundred units. Beale Air Force Base, California, three hundred units. Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, three hundred units. E n t Air Force Base, Colorado, forty-nine units. Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, three hundred units. United States Air Force installations, Oahu, Hawaii, two hundred and fifty units. Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, one liundred and fifty units. England Air Force Base, Louisiana, three hundred and fifty units. Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, two hundred and fifty units. Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, one liundred units. Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, one unit. Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, one hundred and fifty units. Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, one hundred units. F . E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, one hundred units. Pacific Side, Canal Zone, two hundred and fifty units. Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, two hundred units. Goose Air Base, Newfoundhind, Canada, one liundred units. Kadeiia Air Base, Okinawa, two hundred units. Nalia Air Base, Okinawa, one liundred and seventy units. (^lark Air Base, Republic of Philippines, four hundred iniits. Site -l-S, seventy units. Site 6-S, two hundred units. Site QC, two hundred units. {h) Trailer court facilities for: (1) The Department of the N a w , 200 spaces, $360,000. (2) The Department of the A i / F o r c e , 400 spaces, $720,000.
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 813 SEC. 502. Authorizations for the construction of family housing Cost limitations. provided in this Act shall be subject to the following limitations on cost, which shall include shades, screens, ranges, refrigerators, and all other installed equipment and fixtures: (a) The cost per unit of family housing constructed in the United States (other than Hawaii and Alaska) and Puerto Rico shall not exceed— $24,000 for general officers or equivalent; $19,800 for colonels or equivalent; $17,600 for majors and/or lieutenant colonels or equivalent; $15,400 for all other commissioned or warrant officer personnel or equivalent, except that four-bedroom housing units authorized by sections 4774(g), 7574(e), and 9774(g) of title 10, United States Code, may be constructed at a cost not to exceed $17,000; 76 Stat. 239. $18,200 for enlisted personnel, except that four-bedroom hous- ing units authorized by sections 4774(f), 7574(d), and 9774(f) of title 10, United States Code, may be constructed at a cost not to exceed $15,000. (b) When family housing units are constructed in areas other than those listed in subsection ( a ) , the average cost of all such units, in any project of fifty units or more, shall not exceed $32,000, and in no event shall the cost of any unit exceed $40,000. (c) The cost limitations provided in subsections (a) and (b) shall be applied to the five-foot line. (d) For all units constructed in the areas listed in subsection ( a ) , exclusive of the project for the United States Military Academy at West Point, the average unit cost for each military department shall not exceed $17,500, including the cost of the family unit and the pro- portionate costs of land acquisition, site preparation, and installation of utilities. (e) No family housing unit in the areas listed in subsection (a) shall be constructed at a total cost exceeding $28,000, including the cost of the family unit and the proportionate costs of land acquisition, site preparation, and installation of utilities. (f) Units constructed at the L^nited States Military Academy, West Point, shall not be subject to the limitations of subsections (a) through (e) of this section, but the average cost of such units shall not exceed $36,000, including the cost of the family unit and the proportionate costs of land acquisition, site preparation, and installation of utilities. SEC. 503. The Secretary of Defense, or his designee, is authorized Alterations, etc. of quarters. to accomplish alterations, additions, expansions, or extensions not otherwise authorized by law, to existing public quarters at a cost not to exceed— (a) F o r the Department of the Army, $8,000,000. (b) For the Department of the Navy, $5,000,000. (c) For the Department of the Air Force, $4,800,000. (d) For the Defense Agencies, $396,000. SEC. 504. Section 515 of Public Law 84-161 (69 Stat. 324, 352), Leasing of facilities, as amended, is amended to read as follows: 78 Stat. 361. "SEC. 515. During fiscal years 1966 through and including 1967, 10 u s e 2674 note. the Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force, respectively, are authorized to lease housing facilities at or near military installations in the United States and Puerto Rico for assignment as public quar- ters to military personnel and their dependents, if any, without rental charge, upon a determination by the Secretary of Defense, or his designee, that there is a lack of adequate housing facilities at or near such military installations. Such housing facilities may be leased on an individual basis and not more than seven thousand such units may be so leased at any one time. Expenditures for tlie rental of such
814 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. housing facilities may not exceed an average of $160 a month for each military department, including the cost of utilities and maintenance and operation." 42 u s e lS94k. SEC. 505. Section 507 of Public Law 88-174 (77 Stat. 307, 326), is amended by deleting the figures "1964" and "1965", and inserting in lieu thereof the figures "1966" and "1967". R e l o c a t i o n of SEC. 506. The Secretary of Defense or his designee is authorized housing u n i t s , authorization. to relocate 200 units of relocatable housing from Glasgow Air Force Base, Montana, to other military installations where there are hous- Notification of ing shortages: Provided^ That the Secretary of Defense shall notify congressional committees. the Committees on Armed Services of the House of Representatives and the Senate of the proposed new locations and estimated costs, and no contract shall be awarded within thirty days of such notification. Appropriation. SEC. 507. There is authorized to be appropriated for use by the Secretary of Defense or his designee for military family housing as authorized by law for the following purposes: (a) for construction and acquisition of family housing, in- cluding improvements to adequate quarters, improvements to inadequate quarters, minor construction, rental guarantee pay- ments, construction and acquisition of trailer court facilities, and planning, an amount not to exceed $195,589,000 and (b) for support of military family housing, including operat- ing expenses, leasing, maintenance 01 real property, payments of principal and interest on mortgage debts incurred, payments to the Commodity Credit Corporation, and mortgage insurance premiums authorized under section 222 of the National Housing 68 Stat. 603. Act, as amended (12 U.S.C. 1715m), an amount not to exceed $488,799,000. _ Housing u n i t s , SEC. 508. Notwithstanding the authorizations for the construction limitation. of family housing contained in section 501(a) of this Act, the total number of units of family housing which may be contracted for under authority of such section shall not exceed nine thousand five hundred units. TITLE VI GENERAL PROVISIONS Land improve- SEC. 601. The Secretary of each military department may proceed ments, etc. to establish or develop installations and facilities under this Act with- out; regard to section 3648 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (31 U.S.C. 529) and sections 4774(d) and 9774(d) of title 10, United 70A Stat. 269, States Code. The authority to place permanent or temporary im- 590. provements on land includes authority for surveys, administration, overhead, planning, and supervision incident to construction. That authority may be exercised before title to the land is approved under section 355 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (40 U.S.C. 255), and even though the land is held temporarily. The authority to acquire real estate or land includes authority to make surveys and to acquire land, and interests in land (including temporary use), by gift, pur- chase, exchange of Government-owned land, or otherwise. Appropriation. SEC. 602. There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary for the purposes of this Act, but appropriations for public works projects authorized by titles I, I I , I I I , IV, and V shall not exceed— (1) for title I : Inside the United States, $252,661,000, outside the United States, $7,391,000, section 102, $39,470,000, section 103, $10,000,000 or a total of $309,522,000.
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 815 (2) for title I I : Inside the United States, $225,877,000, outside tlie United States, $34,436,000, section 202, $41,099,000, section 203, $10,000,000 or a total of $311,412,000. (3) for title I I I : Inside the United States, $210,630,000, outside the United States, $42,683,000, section 302, $71,063,000, section 303, $10,000,000 or a total of $334,376,000. (4) for title I V : A total of $100,051,000. (5) for title V : Military family housing, a total of $684,388,000. SEC. 603. Any of the amounts named in titles I, I I , I I I , and I V of this Act, may, in the discretion of the Secretary concerned, be in- creased by 5 per centum for projects inside the United States (other than Alaska) and by 10 per centum for projects outside the United States or in Alaska, if he determines in the case of any particular project that such increase (1) is required for the sole purpose of meet- ing unusual variations in cost arising in connection with that project, and (2) could not have been reasonably anticipated at the time such project was submitted to the Congress. However, the total costs of all projects in each such title may not be more t h a n the total amount authorized to be appropriated for projects in that title. SEC. 604. Whenever— Contracts. (1) the President determines that compliance with section 2313 (b) of title 10, United States Code, for contracts made under this 70A Stat. 132, Act for the establishment or development of military installations and facilities in foreign countries would interfere with the carry- ing out of this Act; and (2) the Secretary of Defense and the Comptroller General have agreed upon alternative methods of adequately auditing those contracts; the President may exempt those contracts from the requirements of that section. Contract SEC. 605. Contracts for construction made by the United States for supervision. performance within the United States and its possessions under this Act shall be executed under the jurisdiction and supervision of the Corps of Engineers, Department of the Anny, or the Bureau of Yards and Docks, Department of the Navy, unless the Secretary of Defense determines that because such jurisdiction and supervision is wli^lly impracticable such contracts should be executed under the jurisdiction and supervision of another department or Government agency, and shall be awarded, insofar as practicable, on a competitive basis to the lowest responsible bidder, if the national security will not be impaii*ed and the award is consistent wnth chapter 137 of title 10, United States Code. Regulations issued by the Secretary of Defense implementing 70A Stat, 127. 10 u s e 2301- the provisions of this section shall provide the department or agency 2314. requiring such construction with the right to select either the Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army, or the Bureau of Yards and Docks, Department of the Navy, as its construction agent, providing that under the facts and circumstances that exist at the time of the selection of the construction agent, such selection will not result in any increased cost to the United States. The Secretaries of the mili- Reports to tary departments shall report semiannually to the President of the C o n g r e s s . Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives with respect to all contracts awarded on other than a competitive basis to the lowest responsible bidder. SEC. 606. (a) As of October 1, 1966, all authorizations for military R e p e a l s . public works (other than family housing) to be accomplished by the Secretary of a military department in connection with the establish- ment or development of military installations and facilities, and all authorizations for appropriations therefor, that are contained in Acts
816 PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. approved before August 2, 1964, and not superseded or otherwise modified by a later authorization are repealed except— Exceptions. (1) authorizatious for public works and for appropriations therefor that are set forth m those Acts in the titles that contain the general provisions; (2) the authorization for public works projects as to which appropriated funds have been obligated for construction contracts or land acquisitions in whole or in part before October 1, 1966, and authorizations for appropriations therefor; (3) notwithstanding the provisions of section 606 of the Act of August 1, 1964 (78 Stat. 341, 363), the authorization for the following items, which shall remain in effect until October 1,1967: (a) operational and training facilities, maintenance facil- ities, supply facilities, medical facilities, administrative fa- cilities, troop housing and community facilities, utilities and ground irnprovements in the amount of $611,000 at Fort Benning, Georgia, that is contained in title I, section 101, under heading "Inside the United States'- and subheading "Continental Army Command (Third A r m y ) " of the Act of July 27, 1962 (76 Stat. 223). (b) operational and training facilities, maintenance facili- ties, administrative facilities and utilities in the amount of $833,000 at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, that is contained in title I, section 101, under heading "Inside the United States" and subheading "Continental Army Command (Third A r m y ) " of the Act of July 27,1962 (76 Stat. 223). (c) operational and training facilities, troop housing and community facilities, and utilities in the amount of $4,241,- 000 at Fort Dix, New Jersey, that is contained in title I, section 101 under heading "Inside the United States" and subheading "Continental Army Command (First Army)*' of the Act of November 7,1963 (77 Stat. 307). (d) training facilities in the amount of $290,000 at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, that is contained in title I, section 101 under heading "Inside the Ignited States" and subheading "Continental Army (^ommand (Second A r m y ) " of the Act of November 7,1963 (77 Stat. 307). (e) operational facilities, maintenance facilities, medical facilities, administrative facilities, and utilities in the amount of $236,000 at Fort Knox, Kentucky, that is contained in title I, section 101 under lieading "Inside the Ignited States" and subheading "Continental Army (^ommand (Second A r m y ) " of tlie Act of November 7,1963 (77 Stat. 307). (f) maintenance facilities in the amount of $449,000 at Fort Story, Virginia, that is contained in title I. section 101 under heading "Inside the I'nited States" and subheading "Continental Army Command (Second A n n y ) " of the Act of November 7,1963 (77 Stat. 307). (g) maintenance facilities, medical facilities, community facilities, and utilities in the amount of $512,000 at Fort Ben- ning, Georgia, that is contained in title I, section 101 under heading "Inside the United States'* and subheading "Con- tinental A n n y Command (Third Anny)** of the Act of November 7,1963 (77 Stat. 307). (h) training facilities, maintenance facilities, supply fa- cilities, medical facilities, troop housing and utilities in the amount of $1,836,000 at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, that is contained in title I, section 101 under heading "Inside the
79 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 817 United States" and subheading "Continental Army Com- mand (Third A r m y ) " of the Act of November 7, 1963 (77 Stat. 307). (i) operational facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, medical facilities, and administrative facilities in the amount of $553,000 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, that is contained in title I, section 101 under heading "Inside the United States" and subheading "Continental Army Com- mand (Third A r m y ) " of the Act of November 7, 1963 (77 Stat. 307). (j) training facilities, troop housing and community fa- cilities in the amount of $919,000 at Fort Irwin, California, that is contained in title I, section 101 under heading "Inside the United States" and subheading "Continental Army Com- mand (Sixth A r m y ) " of the Act of November 7, 1963 (77 Stat. 308). (k) operational facilities, maintenance facilities, troop housing and utilities in the amount of $719,000 at various locations that is contained in title I, section 101 under head- ing "Inside the United States" and subheading "Army Com- ponent Commands (United States Army Air Defense Com- m a n d ) " of the Act of November 7, 1963 (77 Stat. 309). (1) maintenance facilities in the amount of $1,498,000 at Fort Kichardson, Alaska, that is contained in title I, under the heading "Inside the United States" and subheading "Army Component Commands (Alaska Command A r e a ) " of the Act of November 7,1963 (77 Stat. 309). (m) maintenance facilities in the amount of $721,000 at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, that is contained in title I, under the heading "Inside the United States" and subhead- ing "Army Component Commands (Pacific Command A r e a ) " of the Act of November 7,1963 (77 Stat. 309). (n) operational facilities, supply facilities, administra- tive facilities, troop housing, community facilities and utilities in the amount $968,000 at various locations that is contained in title I, section 101, under heading "Outside the United States" and subheading "Army Security Agency" of the Act of November 7,1963 (77 Stat. 310). (o) operational facilities, maintenance facilities, supply facilities, troop housing and utilities in the amount of $5,995,000 in Germany that is contained in title I, section 101 under the heading "Outside the United States" and subheading "Army Component Commands (European Com- mand A r e a ) " of the Act of November 7, 1963 (77 Stat. 310). (p) operational facilities in the amount of $6,900,000 at various locations that is contained in title I, section 102 of the Act of November 7, 1963 (77 Stat. 310). (q) training facilities in the amount of $7,600,000 for the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, that is contained iii title I I , section 201, under the heading "Service School Facilities" of the Act of November 7,1963 (77 Stat. 314). (r) administrative facilities in the amount of $3,484000 for the Naval Research Laboratory, District of Cohnnbia, that is contained in title I I , section 201, under the headinn: "Office of Naval Research Facilities" of the Act of Novem- ber 7, 1963 (77 Stat. 315).
818 PUBLIC LAW 89-l$8-SEPT. 16, 1965 [79 STAT. (s) community facilities in tlie amount of $550,000 for Camp Smedley D. Butler, Okinawa, that is contained in title I I , section 201, under the heading "Outside the United States" and subheading "Marine Corps Facilities" of the Act of November 7, 1963 (77 Stat. 315). Repeals. (b) Effective fifteen months from the date of enactment of this Act, all authorizations for construction of family housing which are contained in this Act or any Act approved prior to August 2, 1964, Exceptions. are repealed except (1) the authorization for family housing projects as to which appropriated funds have been obligated for construction contracts or land acquisitions or manufactured structural component contriicts in whole or in part before such date, (2) the authorization for two hundred family housing units at a classified location contained in the Act of August 1,1964 (78 Stat. 341, 359), and the authorization for 180 units at Site 4-S contained in the Act of August 1, 1964 (78 Stat. 341, 360). Retainment of SEC. 607. (a) I t is the sense of Congress that all the land comprising certain l a n d s . the Boiling-Anacostia complex will be required for military purposes within the foreseeable future and should be retained by the Depart- ment of Defense for such use. (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended (40 U.S.C. 471 et 63 Stat. 377, seq.), the Housing Act of 1949, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1441 et seq.), 413. 74 Stat. 186. the Act of June 8, 1960 (40 U.S.C. 2662), or any other law, no portion 10 u s e 2662. of the Boiling Air Force Base or the Anacostia Naval Air Station shall be determined excess to the needs of the holding agency or trans- ferred, reassigned, or otherwise disposed of by such agency prior to J u l y 1,1967. Fallout protec- SEC. 608. (a) All construction under this Act shall be designed using tion. techniques developed by the Office of Civil Defense to maximize fall- out protection, where such can be done without impairing the purpose for which the construction is authorized or the effectiveness of the structure, unless exempted from this requirement under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Defense or his designee. (b) The Secretary of Defense shall make appropriate provision for the utilization of technical design and construction methods in the preparation of design and construction plans and in construction under this Act, to assure carrying out the purposes of this section; and for such purposes expenditures on individual projects shall not exceed one per centum of the amount authorized for that project. Aerospace Cor- SEC. 609. Every contract betw^een the Secretary of the Air Force poration contracts, and the Aerospace Corporation shall prohibit the construction of any facility or the acquisition of any real property by the Aerospace Cor- poration unless such construction or acquisition has first been authorized to the Air Force by the Congress. O b s t e t r i c a l care SEC. 610. Except in the case of hospitals authorized for construction facilities. under this or any previous Act, any military hospital hereafter con- structed in the United States or its possessions shall include facilities for obstetrical care unless sound and specific justification is made by the Secretary concerned for omitting such facilities in any hospital authorized. C l o s i n g of facil- SEC. 611. (a) No camp, post, station, base, yard or other installation ities, etc. Report to con- under the authority of the Department of Defense shall be closed ior g r e s s i o n a l com- abandoned until after the expiration of thirty days from the date upon mittees. which a full report of the facts, including the justification for such proposed actipn, is submitted by the Secretary of Defense to the
79 STAT. J PUBfcIC LAW 89-188-SEPT. 16, 1965 819 Coniniittees on Armed Sei-vices of the Senate and House of Representatives. (b) This section shall apply only to posts, camps, stations, bases, yards, or other installations that are located in the United States and Puerto Rico and have a total military and civilian complement of more than two hundred and fifty. I t shall not apply to any facility used primarily for river and harbor projects iOr flood control projects. Unit cost limi- SEC. 612. None of the authority contained in titles I, I I , I I I , and tation. I V of this Act shall be deemed to authorize any building construction project inside the I ^ i t e d States (other than Alaska) at a unit cost m excess of— (1) $32 per square foot for cold-storage warehousing; (2) $8 per square foot for regular warehousing; (3) $1,850 per man for peiTnanent barracks: (4) $8,5(X) per man for bachelor officer quarters: luiless the Secretary of Defense ,or his designee determines that, because of special circumstances, application to such project of the limita- tions on unit costs contained in this section is impracticable. SEC. 613. The last sentence of section 2674(a) of title 10, United States Code, as amended, is amended bv changing the figure ''$10,000'" 77 Stat. 328. to "$15,000". SEC. 614. Titles I, I I , I I I , IV, V, and V I of this Act may he cited tit^i^s".""" °' as the "Military Construction Authorization Act, 1966." TITLE VII Rl':sER^E F O R C E S FACILITIES SEC. 701. Subject to chapter 133 of title 10, T'nited States Code, the F^^^^iffJ^^ J^thor. Secretary of Defense may establish or develop additional facilities for ization Act, 1966. the Reserve Forces, including the acquisition of land therefor, but the ^°^|c^*' '^°' cost of such facilities shall not exceed— 2233. (1) for Department of the A n n v : Army Xational Guard of the United States, $9,200,000. (2) for the Department of the Xavy: Xa^•al and Marine Corps Reserves, $8,890,000. (3) for Department of the Air Force: (a) Air Xational Guard of the United States, $9,000,000. (b) Air Force Reserve, $3,400,000. SEC. 702. The Secretary of the Xavy is authorized to convey to the ^^"'^ conv«y. city of Little Rock, Arkansas, without consideration, all right, title, ^"''^' and interest in so nnich of the land and improvements comprising the Xaval and Marine Corps Reserve Training Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, as is agreed to be required for a right-of-way for construc- tion of a public highway, at such time as that portion of the land and improvements may no longer be required as a part of said training center. SEC. 703. The Secretary of Defense may establish or develop in- auwlty"''""" stallations and facilities under this title without regard to section 3648 wa°iver of re- of the Revised Statutes, as amended (31 U.S.C. 529), and sections strictions. 4774(d) and 9774(d) of title 10, United States Code. The authority ^^7oAstat.269. to place permanent or temporary improvements on land includes authority for surAeys, administration, overhead, planning, and super- vision incident to construction. That, authority may be exercised before title to the land is approved under section 355 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (40 U.S.C. 255), and even though the land is
820 PUBLIC LAW 89-189-SEPT. 17, 1965 [79 STAT. held temporarily. The authority to acquire real estate or land in- cludes authority to make surveys and to acquire land, and interests in land (including temporary use), by gift, purchase, exchange of Government-owned land, or otherwise. C i t a t i o n of t i t l e . SEC. 704. This title may be cited as the "Reserve Forces Facilities Authorization Act, 1966". Approved September 16, 1965. Public Law 89-189 September 17, 1965 AN A C T [H. R. 727] To provide for the adininistration of the Coast Guard Band. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the C o a s t Guard Band. United States of America In Congress assenihled^ That chapter 11 of Administration. title 1-1, United States (.^ode, is amended— 77 Stat. 177. (1) by adding the following new section after section 885: **§336. United States Coast Guard Band; composition; director " ( a ) The L^nited States Coast Guard Band shall be composed of a director and other personnel in such numbers and grades as the Secre- tary determines to be necessary. " ( b ) The Secretary shall designate the director from among quali- fied members of the Coast Guard, L'pon the recommendation of the Secretary, a member so designated may be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to a commissioned grade in the Regular Coast Guard. "(c) The initial appointment to a commissioned grade of a member designated as director of the Coast Guard Band shall be in the grade of lieutenant (junior grade) or lieutenant. " ( d ) A member who is designated and commissioned under this section shall not be included on the active duty promotion list. He shall be promoted under section 276 of this title. However, the grade of the director may not be higher than lieutenant commander. "(e) The Secretary may revoke any designation as director of the Coast Guard Band. When a member's designation is revoked, his appointment to commissioned grade under this section terminates and he is entitled, at his option: " (1) to be discharged from the Coast Guard; or "(2) to revert to the grade and status he held at the time of his designation as director.": and (2) by inserting the following new item in the analysis: "336. I'liited States Coast Guard Band ; composition ; director." Band director. SEC. 2. Section 207 of title 87, United States Code, is amended by 76 Stat. 460. adding at the end: "(f) The director of the Coast Guard Band is entitled to the basic pay of an officer in the grade in which he is serving. However, his basic pay may not be less than that to which he was entitled at the time of his appointment as director." SEC. 3. Section 424 of title 37, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end: "(f) The director of the Coast Guard Band is entitled to the allow- ances of an officer in the grade in which he is serving. However, his allowances may not be less than those to which he was entitled at the time of his appointment as director." Approved September 17, 1965.