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Text of the Military Construction Authorization Act

This bill was enacted after being signed by the President on November 29, 1973. The text of the bill below is as of Nov 29, 1973 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

87 STAT. ]           PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973                                             mi

Public Law 93-166
                                 AN A C T                                     November 29, 1973
To authorize certain construction a t military installations, and for other        '^^•^"^'^^^
                                 purposes.

 Be it enacted hy the Setuite and House of Representatives           of the
United States of America in Congress assembled.                                 Military con-
                 /                  iy               J                        struction ana re*
                                                                              serve forces
                                TITLE       I                                 facilities authori-
                                                                              zation acts, 1974.
  SEC. 101. The Secretary of the Army may establish or develop mill-           ^"^""y-
tary installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, convert-
ing, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public
works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurtenances,
utilities, and equipment for the following acquisition and construction:
                         INSIDE THE UNITED STATES

              UNITED STATES CONTINENTAL ARMY COMMAND

                               (First Army)
  Fort Belvoir, Virginia, $2,525,000.
  Fort Devens, Massachusetts. $2,749,000.
  Camp Drum, New York, $1,099,000.
  Fort Eustis, Virginia, $4,782,000.
  Camp A. P . Hill, Virginia, $535,000.
  Indiantown Gap Military Reservation, Pennsylvania, $1,657,000.
  Fort Knox, Kentucky, $7,305,000.
  Fort Lee, Virginia, $18,326,000.
  F o r t George G. Meade, Maryland, $5,924,000.
  Camp Pickett, Virginia, $476,000.
                              (Third Army)
  F o r t Benning, Georgia, $12,404,000.                         ^
  Fort Bragg, North Carolina, $32,400,000.
  F o r t Campbell, Kentucky, $51,881,000.
  Eglin Air Force Base, Valparaiso, Florida, $2,950,000.
  Fort Gordon, Georgia, $23,154,000.
  Fort Jackson, South Carolina, $2,902,000.
  Fort McClellan, Alabama, $19,505,000.
  Fort Rucker, Alabama, $3,987,000.
  Fort Stewart, Georgia, $264,000.

                               (Fifth Army)
   Fort   Bliss, Texas, $6,087,000. _ ^
   Fort   Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, $3,893,000.
   Fort   Hood, Texas, $9,824,000.
   Fort   Sam Houston, Texas, $11,738,000.
   Fort   Polk, Louisiana, $29,276,000.
   Fort   Riley, Kansas, $30,943,000.
   Fort   Sheridan, Illinois, $762,000.
   Fort   Sill, Oklahoma, $9,447,000.
   Fort   Leonard Wood, Missouri, $44,482,000.
                               (Sixth Army)
   F o r t Carson, Colorado, $5,651,000.
   Hunter-Liggett Military Reservation, California, $7,776,000.

662 PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. Fort Lewis, Washington, $8,327,000. Fort Ord, California, $9,812,000. Presidio of San Francisco, California, $3,074,000. U N I T E D STATES A R M Y M A T E R I E L COMMAND Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, $7,472,000. Aeronautical Maintenance Center, Texas, $6,284,000. Anniston Army Depot, Alabama, $3,745,000. Frankford Arsenal, Pennsylvania, $73,000. Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, $8,401,000. Natick Laboratories, Massachusetts, $466,000. Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey, $255,000. . Pine Bluff Arsenal, Arkansas, $294,000. Bedstone Arsenal, Alabama, $4,971,000. Sacramento Army Depot, California, $412,000. Savanna Army Depot, Illinois, $113,000. Sierra Army Depot, California, $380,000. Tobyhanna Army Depot, Pennsylvania, $456,000. White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, $3,843,000. Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona, $6,472,000. UNITED STATES A R M Y STRATEGIC C O M M U N I C A T I O N COMMAND Fort Huachuca, Arizona, $6,832,000. Fort Ritchie, Maryland, $1,394,000. UNITED STATES M I L I T A R Y ACADEMY United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, $30,145,000. CORPS OF ENGINEERS Cold Regions Laboratories, New Hampshire, $597,000. MILITARY TRAFFIC M A N A G E M E N T AND TERMINAL SERVICE Oakland Army Terminal, California, $343,000. Sunny Point Army Terminal, North Carolina, $1,628,000. U N I T E D STATES A R M Y , ALASKA Fort Greely, Alaska, $3,060,000. Fort Richardson, Alaska, $2,140,000. Fort Wainwright, Alaska, $2,715,000. U N I T E D STATES A R M Y , HAWAII Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, $9,592,000. Fort Shafter, Hawaii, $1,233,000. POLLUTION ABATEMENT Various locations. Air Pollution Abatement, $7,295,000, Various locations, Water Pollution Abatement, $6,799,000.
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 663 OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES UNITED STATES ARMY FORCES, SOUTHERN COMMAND Canal Zone, various locations, $8,095,000. UNITED STATES ARMY, PACIFIC Korea, various locations, $1,568,000. PUERTO RICO Fort Buchanan, Puerto Kico, $517,000. KWAJALEIN MISSILE RANGE National Missile Eange, $1,029,000. UNITED STATES ARMY SECURITY AGENCY Various locations, $1,434,000. UNITED STATES ARMY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION COMMAND Various locations, $2,097,000. UNITED STATES ARMY, EUROPE Germany, various locations, $12,517,000. Various locations: For the United States share of the cost of multi- lateral programs for the acquisition or construction of military facili- ties and installations, including international military headquarters, for the collective defense of the North Atlantic Treaty Area, $80,000,000: Provided, That, within thirty days after the end of each Report to con- gressional com- quarter, the Secretary of the Army shall furnish to the Committees on mittees. Armed Services and on Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives a description of obligations incurred as the United States share of such multilateral programs. Classified in- S E C 102. The Secretary of the Army may establish or develop stallations. classified military installations and facilities by acquiring, construct- Establishment. 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 $3,000,000. SEC. 103. The Secretary of the Army may establish or develop Army Emergency construction. installations and facilities by proceeding with construction made necessary by changes in Army missions and responsibilities which have been occasioned by (1) unforeseen security considerations, (2) new weapons developments, (3) new and unforeseen research and development requirements, or (4) 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 connection therewith to acquire, construct, convert, rehabilitate, or install permanent or temporary public works, including land acquisi- tion, site preparation, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment, in the total amount of $10,000,000: Provided, That the Secretarv of the Congressional committees, noti- Army, or his designee, shall notify the Committees on Armed"^Services fication. of the Senate and House of Representatives, immediately upon reach- ing a final decision to implement, of the cost of construction of any
664 PUBLIC LAW 93-166-.NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. public work undertaken under this section, including those real estate Authorization actions pertaining thereto. This authorization will expire as of Sep- expiration. tember 30, 1974, except for those public works projects concerning r which the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives have been notified pursuant to this section prior to that date. SEC. 104. (a) Public Law 92-545 is amended under the heading 86 Stat. 1135. "INSIDE THE UNITED STATES," lu sectiou 101 as follows: With respect to "Military Ocean Terminal, Bayonne, New Jersey," strike out "$3,245,000" and insert in place thereof "$3,603,000". _ With respect to "Walter Reed Army Medical Center, District of Columbia," strike out "$13,161,000" and insert in place thereof ^ "$15,866,000". (b) Public Law 92-545 is amended under the heading "OuTsmE THE UNITED STATES—UNITED STATES ARMY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS COMMAND" in section 101 as follows: with respect to "Various Loca- tions," strike out "$1,412,000" and insert in place thereof "$1,649,000". (c) Public Law 92-545 is amended by striking out in clause (1) of section 702 "$441,704,000"; "$117,074,000"; and "$558,778,000" and inserting in place thereof "$444,767,000"; "$117,311,000"; and "$562,078,000," respectively. SEC. 105. (a) Public Law 92-145, as amended, is amended under the 85 Stat. 396. heading "OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES" in section 101 as follows: With respect to "Germany, Various Locations," strike out "$1,946,000'; and insert in place thereof "$2,553,000". (b) Public Law 92-145, as amended, is amended by striking out in clause (1) of section 702 "$41,374,000" and "$404,500,000" and insert- ing in place thereof "$41,981,000" and "$405,107,000", respectively. SEC. 106. (a) Public Law 91-511, as amended, is amended under the 84 Stat. 1205. heading "INSIDE THE UNITED STATES", in section 101 as follows: With respect to "Fort Benning, Georgia", strike out "$2,855,000" and insert in place thereof "$3,383,000". (b) Public Law 91-511, as amended, is amended by striking out in 86 Stat. 1138. clause (1) of section 602 "$181,306,000" and "$266,503,000" and inserting in place thereof "$181,834,000" and "$267,031,000", respec- tiv^ely. SEC. 107. (a) Public Law 90-110, as amended, is amended under the 81 Stat. 281. heading "UNITED STATES ARMY, ALASKA" in section 101 as follows: With respect to "Fort Richardson, Alaska," strike out "$1,800,000" and insert in place thereof "$2,100,000". (b) Public Law 90-110, as amended, is amended by striking out in 84 Stat. 1208. ^j^^^^gg (]^) ^f sectlou 802 "$288,055,000" and "$391,448,000" and insert- ing in place thereof "$288,355,000" and "$391,748,000", respectively. TITLE II ^^''V' SEC. 201. The Secretary of the Navy may establish or develop mili- tary installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, converting, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurtenances, utilities and equipment for the following acquisition and construction: INSIDE THE UNITED STATES FIRST NAVAL DISTRICT Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, $135,000. Portmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Kittery, Maine, $2,817,000,
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 665 T H I R D NAVAL DISTRICT Naval Submarine Base, New London, Connecticut, $6,158,000. Naval Underwater Systems Center, New London Laboratory, New London, Connecticut, $3,600,000. Military Ocean Terminal, Bayonne, New Jersey, $1,806,000. FOURTH N A V A L DISTRICT Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, $180,000. Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, Pennsylvania, $215,000. NAVAL DISTRICT, WASHINGTON Naval Eesearch Laboratory, Washington, District of Columbia, $4,655,000. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, $4,334,000. Naval Medical Eesearch Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, $6,372,000. Naval Ordnance Station, Indian Head, Maryland, $1,528,000. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, Maryland, $560,000. Naval Hospital, Quantico, Virginia, $484,000. F I F T H NAVAL DISTRICT Fleet Combat Direction Systems Training Center, Atlantic, Dam Neck, Virginia, $6,531,000. Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Virginia, $3,211,000. Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, $2,525,000. Naval Station, Norfolk, Virginia, $18,183,000. Navy Public Works Center, Norfolk, Virginia, $567,000. Nuclear Weapons Training Group, Atlantic, Norfolk, Virginia, $2,470,000. Naval Air Station, Oceana, Virginia, $3,386,000. Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia, $11,133,000. Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown, Virginia, $1,327,000. SIXTH NAVAL DISTRICT Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Florida, $3,636,000. Naval Air Station, EUyson Field, Florida, $75,000. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, $14,366,000. Naval Training Center, Orlando, Florida, $4,628,000. Naval Coastal Systems Laboratory, Panama City, Florida, $3,663,000. Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, $2,699,000. Naval Communications Training Center, Pensacola, Florida, $10,690,000. Naval Air Station, Whiting Field, Florida, $3,586,000. Naval Aerospace Regional Medical Center, Pensacola, Florida, $1,084,000. Naval Home, Gulfport, Mississippi, $9,444,000. Naval Air Station, Meridian, Mississippi, $4,532,000. Charleston Naval Shipyard, Charleston, South Carolina, $252,000. Naval Station, Charleston, South Carolina, $1,498,000. Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee, $4,478,000.
666 PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. EIGHTH NAVAL DISTRICT Naval Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana, $3,386,000. Naval Support Activity, New Orleans, Louisiana, $13,880,000. Naval Air Station, Chase Field, Texas, $2,875,000. Naval Air Station, Kingsville, Texas, $3,040,000. NINTH NAVAL DISTRICT Naval Complex, Great Lakes, Illinois, $15,148,000. ELEVENTH NAVAL DISTRICT Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California, $3,163,000. Long Beach Naval Shipyard, Long Beach, California, $6,808,000. Naval Hospital, Long Beach, Calif ornia, $878,000. Naval Air Station, Miramar, California, $1,454,000. Naval Air Station, North Island, California, $2,415,000. Fleet Combat Direction Systems Training Center, Pacific, San Diego, California, $1,118,000. Naval Electronics Laboratory Center, San Diego, California, $3,518,000. Naval Station, San Diego, California, $11,996,000. Naval Training Center, San Diego, California, $2,944,000. Navy Public Works Center, San Diego, California, $2,471,000. Navy Submarine Support Facility, San Diego, California, $3,920,000. _ _ _ , Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach, California, $807,000. T W E L F T H NAVAL DISTRICT Naval Air Station, Alameda, Calif ornia, $3,827,000. Naval Air Station, Ijemoore, California, $3,266,000. Naval Air Station, Moffett Field, California, $3,150,000. Naval Hospital, Oakland, California, $5,839,000. Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, $1,874,000. THIRTEENTH NAVAL DISTRICT Naval complex, Adak, Alaska, $4,615,000. Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, $2,300,000. F O U R T E E N T H NAVAL DISTRICT Naval Air Station, Barbers Point, Hawaii, $4,306,000. Naval Ammunition Depot, Oahu, Hawaii, $457,000. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, $4,060,000. Naval Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, $2,562,000. Navy Public Works Center, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, $1,985,000. Naval Communication Station, Honolulu, Wahiawa, Hawaii, $2,324,000. M A R I N E CORPS Marine Corps Air Station, Quantico, Virginia, $831,000. Marine Corps Development and Education Command, Quantico, Virginia, $1,541,000. Marine Corps Base, Camp I^jeune, North Carolina, $8,902,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina, $1,821,000. Marine Corps Air Station, New Eiver, North Carolina, $3,245,000.
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 6^ Fleet Marine Force Atlantic, Norfolk, Virginia, $686,000. ' Marine Corps Supply Center, Albany, Georgia, $5,204,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort, South Carolina, $126,000. Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina, $2,580,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Arizona, $1,634,000. Marine Corps Supply Center, Barstow, California, $3,802,000. Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California, $10,920,000. Marine Corps A i r Station, E l Toro, California, $747,000. Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California, $3,825,000. Marine Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, California, $2,992,000. Marine Corps A i r Station, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, $5,988,000. TRIDENT FACILITIES Various Locations, Trident Facilities, United States, $118,320,000. POLLUTION ABATEMENT Various Locations, Air Pollution Abatement, $27,636,000. Various Locations, Water Pollution Abatement, $51,112,000. OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES TENTH NAVAL DISTRIC?! Naval Complex, Puerto Rico, $1,707,000. Naval Facility, Grand Turk, the West Indies, $1,145,000. A T L A N T I C OCEAN AREA Naval Air Station, Bermuda, $3,010,000. Naval Complex, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, $8,376,000. Naval Station, Keflavik, Iceland, $6,092,000. E U R O P E A N AREA Naval Support Office, Athens, Greece, $1,948,000. Naval Detachment, Souda Bay, Crete, Greece, $4,153,000. Naval Air Facility, Sigonella, Sicily, Italy, $3,086,000. Naval Security Group Activity, Edzell, Scotland, $778,000. Naval Station, Rota, Spain, $85,000. P A C I F I C OCEAN AREA Naval Communication Station, Harold E. Holt, Exmouth, Aus- tralia, $1,192,000. Naval Complex, Guam, Mariana Islands, $10,988,000. Naval Complex, Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines, $278,000. POLLUTION ABATEMENT Various Locations, Water Pollution Abatement, $3,995,000. SEC, 202. The Secretary of the Navy may establish or develop Navy Emergency installations and facilities by proceeding with construction made neces- '^"''^*"•"•=''°"- sary by changes in Navy missions and responsibilities which have been occasioned by (1) unforeseen security considerations, (2) new weapons developments, (3) new and unforeseen research and develop- ment requirements, or (4) improved production schedules, if the
668 PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. 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 perma- nent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site prep- aration, appurtenances, utilities, and equipment, in the total amount of Congressional $10,000,000: Provided^ That the Secretary of the Navy, or his designee, committees, noti- fication. shall notify the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives, immediately upon reaching a decision to implement, of the cost of construction of any public work undertaken under this section, including those real estate actions pertaining Authorization thereto. This authorization will expire as of September 30,1974, except expiration. 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. Secretary of the SEC. 203. The Secretary of the Navy is authorized to acquire, under Navy, land a c q u i - sition, Ariz. such terms as he deems appropriate, lands or interests in land (includ- ing easements) in approximately fourteen thousand acres of privately owned property contiguous to the airfield and approach corridors of the Marine Corps Air Station at Yuma, Arizona, as he considers nec- essary for the safe and efficient operations at such station. Acquisi- tion of such land or interests in land shall be effected by the exchange of such excess land or interests in land of approximately equal value, as the Secretary of Defense may determine to be available for the purpose. If the fair market value of the land or interests in land to be acquired is less than the fair market value of the Government property to be exchanged, the amount of such deficiency shall be paid to the Government. Certain Naval o p e r a t i o n s , relo- SEC. 204. (a) In order to facilitate the relocation of the ship-to-shore cation. and other gun fire and bombing operations of the United States Navy Appropriation. from the island of Culebra, there is hereby authorized to be appropri- ated the sum of $12,000,000 for the construction and equipage of sub- stitute facilities in support of such relocation. Conditions. (b) The relocation of such operations from the northwest peninsula of the island of Culebra is expressly conditioned upon the conclusion of a satisfactory agreement to be negotiated by the Secretary of the Navy, or his designee, with the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and Report to con- reported to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the g r e s s i o n a l com- mittees. House of Representatives prior to execution of such agreement. The agreement shall provide, among other things, that the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico shall insure that (1) Commonwealth lands suitable for carrying out operations of the type referred to in subsection (a) will be made available for the long term continued use of the Atlantic Fleet Weapons Range and Fleet Marine Forces training areas by the Navy, including, but not limited to, present areas and facilities on the island of Vieques, and (2) any proposed facility or activity which would interfere with the Navy training mission will not be undertaken, including the proposed deep water super-port on the island of Mona, in the event that such agreement includes the use by the Navy of such island or the area adjacent to such island. Land d i s p o s i - (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the present bom- tion. bardment area on the island of Culebra shall not be utilized for any purpose that would require decontamination at the expense of the United States. Any lands sold, transferred, or otherwise disposed of by the United States as a result of the relocation of the operations referred to in subsection (a) may be sold, transferred, or otherwise disposed of only for public park or public recreational purposes.
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 669 (d} The funds authorized for appropriation by this section shall remain available until expended. SEC. 205. (a) Public Law 90-408, as amended, is amended under the heading "INSIDE THE UNITED STATES", in section 201 as follows: With ^^ ^*^'- ^^''• respect to Navy Mine Defense Laboratory, Panama Citv, Florida, strike out "$7,411,000" and insert in place thereof "$9,397,000". (b) Public Law 90-408, as amended, is amended by striking out in clause (2) of section 802, "$239,682,000" and "$246,547,000" and insert- ss stat. 40o. ing in place thereof "$241,668,000" and "$248,533,000", respectively. SEC. 206. (a) Public Law 91-511, as amended, is amended under the heading "INSIDE THE UNITED STATES", in section 201 as follows: With 84 Stat. 1209. respect to Naval Weapons Laboratory, Dahlgren, Virginia, strike out "$530,000" and insert in place thereof "$779,000". (b) Public Law 91-511, as amended, is amended by striking out in clause (2) of section 602 "$246,955,000" and "$274,093,000" and insert- 86 Stat. 1143. ing in place thereof "$247,204,000" and "$274,342,000", respectively. SEC. 207. (a) Public Law 92-145 is amended under the heading "INSIDE THE UNITED STATES", in section 201 as follows: ^^ ^^^*- ^^'^^ With respect to Naval Station, Norfolk, Virginia, strike out "$19,316,000" and insert in place thereof "$22,716,000". With respect to Naval Air Station, Meridian, Mississippi, strike out "$3,266,000" and insert in place thereof "$3,859,000". (b) Public Law 92-145 is amended by striking out in clause (2) of section 702 "$266,068,000" and "$321,843,000" and inserting in place ^^ stat. 409. thereof "$270,061,000" and "$325,836,000", respectively. SEC. 208. (a) Public Law 92-545 is amended under the heading "INSIDE THE UNITED STATES" in section 201 as follows: With respect ^^ s*^*- ii39, to Naval Ammunition Depot, McAlester, Oklahoma, strike out "$6,336,000" and insert in place thereof "$8,778,000". With respect to Naval Air Station, Miramar, California, strike out "$4,372,000" and insert in place thereof "$5,144,000". (b) Public Law 92-545 is amended by striking out in clause (2) of section 702 "$474,450,000" and "$515,667,000" and inserting in place 86 Stat. 1151. thereof "$477,664,000" and "$518,881,000", respectively. TITLE III SEC, 301. The Secretary of the Air Force may establish or develop ^ir Force. military installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, con- verting, rehabilitating, or installing joermanent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site preparation, appurte- nances, utilities, and equipment, for the following acquisition and construction: INSIDE THE UNITED STATES AEROSPACE DEFENSE COMMAND Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, Colorado, $7,843,000. Tyndall Air Force Base, Panama City, Florida, $1,020,000. AIR FORCE C O M M U N I C A T I O N S SERVICE Eichards-Gebaur Air Force Base, Grandview, Missouri, $3,963,000.
670 PUBLIC LAW 93.166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. AIK FORCE LOGISTICS COMMAND Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, Utah, $8,343,000. Kelly Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, $6,101,000. McClellan Air Force Base, Sacramento, California, $2,572,000. Robins Air Force Base, Warner Robins, Georgia, $4,628,000. Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, $11,787,000. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, $13,277,000. AIR r O R C E SYSTEMS COMMAND Edwards Air Force Base, Muroc, California, $889,000. Eglin Air Force Base, Valparaiso, Florida, $7,039,000. Satellite Control Facilities, $654,000. AIR T R A I N I N G COMMAND Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Mississippi, $8,786,000. Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, $6,509,000. Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, Texas, $4,635,000. Lowry Air Force Base, Denver, Colorado, $20,350,000. Mather Air Force Base, Sacramento, California, $310,000. Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, $1,463,000. • Reese Air Force Base, Lubbock, Texas, $4,211,000. Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, Texas, $2,753,000. Vance Air Force Base, Enid, Oklahoma, $371,000. Webb Air Force Base, Big Spring, Texas, $3,154,000. Williams Air Force Base, Chandler, Arizona, $347,000. A L A S K A N AIR COMMAND Eielson Air Force Base, Fairbanks, Alaska, $1,557,000. Various Locations, $7,101,000. HEADQUARTERS COMMAND Andrews Air Force Base, Camp Springs, Maryland, $16,639,000. Boiling Air Force Base, Washington, District of Columbia, $1,500,000. MILITARY AIRLIFT COMMAND Altus Air Force Base, Altus, Oklahoma, $1,078,000. Dover Air Force Base, Dover, Delaware, $2,558,000. McGuire Air Force Base, Wrightstown, New Jersey, $1,698,000. Norton Air Force Base, San Bernardino, California, $1,283,000. Scott Air Force Base, Belleville, Illinois, $3,092,000. P A C I F I C AIR FORCES Hickam Air Force Base, Honolulu, Hawaii, $7,331,000. STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana, $1,200,000. Davis-Montham Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona, $232,000. Dyess Air Force Base, Abilene, Texas, $730,000. Ellsworth Air Force Base, Rapid City, South Dakota, $514,000. Francis E . Warren Air Force Base, Cheyenne, Wyoming, $5,834,000. Grissom Air Force Base, Peru, Indiana, $1,500,000. Kincheloe Air Force Base, Kinross, Michigan, $2,430,000.
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 671 Malmstrom Air Force Base, Great Falls, Montana, $1,507,000. McConnell Air Force Base, Wichita, Kansas, $1,042,000. Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska, $617,000. Pease Air Force Base, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, $526,000. Plattsburgh Air Force Base, Plattsburgh, New York, $286,000. Vandenberg Air Force Base, Lompoc, California, $2210,000. Whiteman Air Force Base, Knob Noster, Missouri, $3,892,000. Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Oscoda, Michigan, $616,000. Various Locations, $1,988,000. TACTICAL AIR COMMAND Bergstrom Air Force Base, Austin, Texas, $2,273,000. Cannon Air Force Base, Clovis, New Mexico, $162,000. England Air Force Base, Alexandria, Louisiana, $183,000. Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico, $1,524,000. Langley Air Force Base, Hampton, Virginia, $503,000. Little Eock Air Force Base, Little Rock, Arkansas, $1,165,000. Luke Air Force Base, Glendale, Arizona, $2,986,000. MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida, $2,657,000. Mountain Home Air Force Base, Mountain Home, Idaho, $253,000. Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada, $2,588,000. Shaw Air Force Base, Sumter, South Carolina, $2,501,000. UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado $483,000. UNITED STATES AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE Goodfellow Air Force Base, San Angelo, Texas, $6,115,000. POLLUTION ABATEMENT Various Locations, Air Pollution Abatement, $3,689,000. Various Locations, Water Pollution Abatement, $5,381,000. AIR INSTALLATION COMPATIBLE USE ZONES Various Locations, $18,000,000. OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES AIR DEFENSE COMMAND Naval Station Keflavik, Iceland, $1,355,000. P A C I F I C AIR FORCES Various Locations, $7,950,000. UNITED STATES AIR FORCES I N EUROPE Germany, $5,181,000. United Kingdom, $3,788,000. Various Locations, $800,000.
672 PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. "UNITED STATES A I R FORCE S O U T H E R N COMMAND Howard Air Force Base, Canal Zone, $927,000. U N I T E D STATES A I R FORCE SECURITY SERVICE Various Locations, $221,000. • , • / POLLUTION ABATEMENT Various Locations, Water Pollution Abatement, $750,000. WORLDWIDE COMMUNICATIONS Various Locations, $330,000. C l a s s i f i e d in- SEC. 302. The Secretary of the Air Force may •establish or develop stallations. Establishment. classified military installations and facilities by acquiring, construc- 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 $1,000,000. Emergency con- SEC. 303. The Secretary of the Air Force may establish or develop struction. Air Force installations and facilities by proceeding with construc- tion made necessary by changes in Air Force missions and responsi- bilities which have been occasioned b y : (1) unforeseen security con- siderations, (2) new weapons developments, (3) new and unforeseen research and development requirements, or (4) 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 Congressional equipment in the amount of $10,000,000: Provided., That the Secretary committees, noti- fication. of the Air Force, or his designee, shall notify the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives, immedi- ately upon reaching a final decision to implement, of the cost of con- struction of any public work undertaken under this section, including Authorization expiration. those real estate actions pertaining thereto. This authorization will expire as of September 30,1974, 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 sec- tion prior to that date. SEC. 304. (a) Section 301 of Public Law 92-145 is amended under 85 Stat. 4 0 2 . the heading " I N S I D E THE UNITED STATES" as follows: Under the sub- heading "STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND" with respect to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Great Falls, Montana, strike out "$522,000" and insert in place thereof "$735,000". (b) Public Law 92-145 is further amended by striking out in clause (3) of section 702 "$226,484,000" and "$247,347,000" and inserting in place thereof "$226,697,000" and "$247,560,000", respectively. SEC. 305. (a) Public Law 92-545 is amended under the heading 86 Stat. 1143. "INSIDE THE UNITED STATES" in section 301 as follows: With respect to Kessler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Mississippi, strike out "$4,454,000" and insert in place thereof "$5,654,000". (b) Public Law 92-545 is amended under the heading "OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES," in section 301 as follows: Under the subheading "UNITED STATES AIR FORCES I N EUROPE" with respect to Germany, strike out "$11,422,000" and insert in place thereof "$18,755,000". (c) Public Law 92-545 is amended by striking out in clause (3)
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 673 of section 702 "$232,925,000"; "$32,565,000"; and "$284,150,000" and 86 Stat. 1151. inserting in place thereof "$234,125,000"; "$39,898,000"; and "$292,683,000", respectively. TITLE IV SEC. 401. The Secretary of Defense may establish or develop mili- Defense agen- cies. tary installations and facilities by acquiring, constructing, convert- ing, rehabilitating, or installing permanent or temporary public works, including land acquisition, site j)reparation, appurtenances, utilities and equipment, for defense agencies for the following acquisition and construction: DEFENSE NUCLEAR AGENCY Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerqiie, New Mexico, $374,000. Atomic Energy Commission Nevada Test Site, Las Vegas, Nevada, $200,000. DEFENSE SUPPLY AGENCY Defense Construction Supply Center, Columbus, Ohio, $1,188,000. Defense Depot, MechanicsDurg, Pennsylvania, $2,048,000. Defense Depot, Memphis, Tennessee, $360,000. Defense Depot, Ogden, Utah, $250,000. Defense Depot, Tracy, California, $747,000. Defense General Supply Center, Richmond, Virginia, $2,653,000. Defense Logistics Services Center, Battle Creek, Michigan, $160,000. Defense Personnel Support Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, $560,000. Regional Office, Defense Contract Administration Services, Chicago, Illinois, $404,000. NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, $8,166,000. TITLE V—MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING AND HOMEOWNERS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Construction SEC. 501. The Secretary of Defense, or his designee, is authorized to authorization. construct, at the locations hereinafter named, family housing units and mobile home facilities in the numbers hereinafter listed, out no family housing construction shall be commenced at any such locations in the United States, until the Secretary shall have consulted with the Secretary of the Department of Housmg and Urban Development, as to the availability ot adequate private housing at such locations. If agreement cannot be reached with respect to the availability of ade- quate private housing at any location, the Secretarjr of Defense shall com^i'^'*^''^°"^A- immediately notify the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate f'i^'^uon!**' and the House of Representatives, 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: The Department of the Army, five thousand three-hundred ^^""y- sixty-nine units, $153,170,000. Fort Carson, Colorado, two hundred units. 22-150 O - 75 - 45
674 PUBLIC LAW 93.166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. .jBjd m Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, twenty-five units. United States Army Installations, Oahu, Hawaii, six hundred units. Fort Riley, Kansas, nine hundred one units. Fort Campbell, Kentucky, one thousand units. Fort Polk, Louisiana, five hundred units. * Fort Bragg/Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, one hundred thirty-six units. Tobyhanna Army Depot, Pennsylvania, eighty-six units. Fort Hood, Texas, nine hundred units. Red River Army I)ej)ot, Texas, twenty-one units. Fort Bel voir, Virginia, seven hundred units. Fort Eustis, Virginia, three hundred units. Navy. (2) The Department of the Navy, three thousand six hundred ten units, $109,397,000. Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California, eight hundred units. Naval Complex, San Diego, California, three hundred twenty- / five units. Marine Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, California, two hun- dred units. Naval Station, Mayport, Florida, four hundred units. Naval Complex, Oahu, Hawaii, four hundred units. Naval Complex, New Orleans, Louisiana, one hundred units. Construction Battalion Center, Gulf port, Mississipi)i, one hun- dred units. Naval Home, Gulf port, Mississippi, five units. Naval Complex, South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, three hun- dred fifty units. Naval Complex, Charleston, South Carolina, two hundred seventy units. Naval Complex, Guam, Marianas Islands, five hundred ten units. Naval Station, Keflavik, Iceland, one hundred fifty units. Air Force. (3) The Department of the Air Force, one thousand seven hundred units, $52,646,000. Blytheville Air Force Base, Arkansas, one hundred units. Avon Park Weapons RangeJ Florida, fifty units. Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, two hundred fifty units. United States Air Force Installations, Oahu, Hawaii, four hundred units. Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, three hundred units. Grand Forks Air Force Base, N'orth Dakota, one hundred units. Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, two hundred units. Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Marianas Islands, three hun- :K dred units. ^b) Mobile home facilities: (1) The Department of the Army, eight hundred twenty-five spaces, $3,300,000. (2) The Department of the Navy, one hundred spaces, $400,000. (3) The Department of the Air Force, four hundred fifteen spaces, $2,000,000. Cost limitations. g^c. 502. (a) Authorization for the construction of family housing provided in this Act shall be subject, under such regulations as the Secretary of Defense may prescribe, to the following limitations on cost, which shall include shades, screens, ranges, refrigerators, and all other installed equipment and fixtures.
87 STAT.] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 675 (b) The average unit cost for each military department for all units of family housing constructed in the United States (other than Hawaii and Alaska) shall not exceed $27,500 including the cost of the family unit and the proportionate costs of land acquisition, site preparation, and installation of utilities. (c) No family housing unit in the area specified in subsection (b) shall be constructed at a total cost exceeding $44,000 including the cost of the family unit and the proportionate costs of land acquisition, site preparation, and installation of utilities. (d) When family housing units are constructed in areas other than that specified in subsection (b) the average cost of all such units shall not exceed $37,000 and in no event shall the cost of any unit exceed $44,000. The cost limitations of this subsection shall include 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 to accomplish alterations, additions, expansions or extensions not other- wise authorized by law, to existing public quarters at a cost not to exceed (1) for the Department of the Army, $28,160,000. (2) for the Department of the Navy, $10,600,000. (3) for the Department of the Air Force, $23,750,000. SEC. 504. Notwithstanding the limitations contained in prior Mili- tary Construction Authorization Acts on cost of construction of family housing, the limitations on such cost contained in section 502 of this Act shall apply to all prior authorizations for construction of family housing not heretofoi-e repealed and for which construction contr-acts have not been executed prior to the date of enactment of this Act. Family housiing SEC. 505. The Secretary of Defense, or his designee, is authorized to c o n s t r u c t i o n , land construct, or otherwise acquire, in foreign countries, twelve family a c q u i s i t i o n in for- eign c o u n t r i e s , housing units. This authority shall include the authority to acquire cost limitations. land and interests in land. The authorization contained in this section shall not be subject to the cost limitations set forth in section 502 of this Act, but the cost shall not exceed a total of $520,000 for all units nor $60,000 for any one unit, including the cost of the family unit and the proportionate costs of land acquisition, site preparation, and installation of utilities. SEC. 506. (a) Section 610(a) of Public Law 90-110 (81 Stat. 279, 305), as amended, is amended to read as follows: " ( a ) None of the funds authorized by this or any other Act may Improvement, cost l i m i t a t i o n s . be expended for the improvement of any single family housing unit, or for the improvement of two or more housing units, when such units are to be converted into or used as a single family housing unit, the costs of which exceed $15,000 per unit including costs of repairs undertaken in connection therewith, and including any costs in connection with (1) the furnishing of electricity, gas, water and sewage disposal; (2) roads and walks; and (3) grading and drainage, unless such improvement in connection with such unit or units is spe- cifically authorized by law. As used in this section the term 'improve- ment' includes alteration, expansion, extension, or rehabilitation of any housing unit or units, including that maintenance and repair which is to be accomplished concurrently with an improvement proj- ect. The provisions of this section shall not apply to projects author- ized for restoration or replacement of housing units damaged or destroyed." (b) The Secretary of Defense, or his designee, is authorized to R e p a i r s and improvements, accomplish repairs and improvements to existing public quarters in c o s t limitation, exceptions.
676 PUBLIC LAW 93.166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. amounts in excess of the $15,000 limitation prescribed in section 610 (a) 81 Stat. 305. of Public Law 90-110 as follows: Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, one unit, $35,800. Marine Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, California, one unit, $17,000. Fort McNair, Washington, District of Columbia, five units, $165,000. Naval Complex, New Orleans, Louisiana, four units, $119,600. Ramstein Air Base, Federal Republic of Germany, one unit, $26,500. L e a s i n g of SEC. 507. (a) Section 515 of Public Law 84-161 (69 Stat. 324, 352), facilities. 84 Stat. 1220; as amended, is further amended to read as follows: 86 Stat. 1149. " S E C 515. During fiscal years 1974 and 1975, the Secretaries of the 10 u s e 2674 note. Army, Navy, and Air Force, respectively, are authorized to lease hous- ing facilities for assignment as public quarters to military personnel and their dependents, without rental charge, at or near any military installation in the United States, Puerto Rico, or Guam, if the Secre- tary of Defense, or his designee, finds that there is a lack of adequate housing at or near such military installation and that (1) there has been a recent substantial increase in military strength and such increase is temporary, or (2) the permanent military strength is to be substantially reduced in the near future, or (3) the number of military personnel assigned is so small as to make the construction of family housing uneconomical, or (4) family housing is required for personnel attending service school academic courses on permanent change of station orders, or (5) family housing has been authorized but is not yet completed or a family housing authorization request is in a pend- ing military construction authorization bill. Such housing facilities may be leased on an individual unit basis and not more than ten thou- sand such units may be so leased at any one time. Expenditures for the rental of such housing facilities, including the cost of utilities and maintenance and operation, may not exceed: For the United States (other than Hawaii), Puerto Rico, and Guam an average of $210 per month for each military department, or the amount of $290 per month for any one unit; and for Hawaii, an average of $255 per month for each military department, or the amount of $300 per month for any one unit." Cost limitation. (b) The average unit rental for Department of Defense family housing acquired by lease in foreign countries may not exceed $325 per month for the Department and in no event shall the rental for any one unit exceed $625 per month, including the costs of operation, main- tenance, and utilities; and not more than seven thousand five hundred Waiver. family housing units may be so leased at any one time. The Secretary of Defense, or his designee, may waive these cost limitations for not more than three hundred units leased for: incumbents of special posi- tions, personnel assigned to Defense Attache Offices, or in countries where excessive costs of housing would cause undue hardship on Department of Defense personnel. Military h o u s i n g , SEC. 508. Section 507 of Public Law 88-174 (77 Stat. 307, 326), as foreign c o u n t r i e s . 81 Stat. 304; amended, is further amended to read as follows: 86 Stat. 1149. "SEC. 507. For the purpose of providing military family housing in 42 u s e 1594k. foreign countries, the Secretary of Defense is authorized to enter into agreements guaranteeing the builders or other sponsors of such hous- ing a rental return equivalent to a specified portion of the annual rental income which the builders or other sponsors would receive from th^ tenants if the housing were fully occupied: Provided^ That the aggregate amount guaranteed under such agreements entered into during the fiscal years 1974 and 1975 shall not exceed such amount as
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 677 may be applicable to five thousand units: Provided further^ That no such agreement shall guarantee the payment of more than 97 per centum of the anticipated rentals, nor shall any guarantee extend for a period of more than ten years, nor shall the average guaranteed rental on any project exceed $275 per unit per month, including the cost of maintenance and operation. SEC. 509. (a) Chapter 159 of title 10, United States Code, is amended ^^l^J^W'^]^]'^'' by adding at the end thereof the following new section: lo use 2661. '^Section 2684. Construction of family quarters; limitations on space " ( a ) I n the construction of family quarters for members of the Armed Forces, the following are the maximum space limitations: Number of Net floor area "Pay grade bedrooms (square feet) 4 2, 100 0-6 4 1, 700 0-4 and 0-5 4 1, 550 3 1.400 0 - 1 through 0 - 3 ; W-1 through W-4; and E-7 through E-9 5 1, 550 4 1,450 3 1, 350 2 950 E-1 through E-6 5 1, 550 4 1, 350 3 1, 200 2 950 As used ill this section 'net floor area' means the space inside the "Net floor exterior walls, excluding: basement; service space instead of base- ment ; attic; garage; carport; porches; and stairwells. " ( b ) The maximum limitations prescribed by subsection (a) are increased by 10 per centum for quarters of the commanding officer of any station, air base, or other installation, based on the grade authorized for that position. "(c) The maximum limitations for family quarters constructed for key and essential civilian personnel are the same as those for military personnel of comparable grade, as determined by the Secretary of Defense. " ( d ) The maximum net floor area prescribed by subsection (a) may be increased up to 5 per centum if the Secretary of Defense, or his designee, determines that such increase is in the best interest of the Government to permit award of a turnkey construction project to the contractor offering the most satisfactory proposal. Any increase made under subsection (b) when combined with an increase under this subsection may not exceed an aggregate of 10 per centum." (b) The analysis of such chapter 159 is amended by adding at the end thereof the following: "2684. Construction of family quarters; limitations on space." (c) Chapter 449 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by repealing section 4774, except for subsection (d) thereof, which sub- foA^sta section remains with the " ( d ) " deleted; and by revising the catchline lo uscr4774,!'
678 PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. of such section and the corresponding item in the analysis to read: "Construction: limitations". Repeals. (d) Chapter 649 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by 70A Stat. 4 6 8 . repealing sections 7574 and 7575 and by striking out the correspond- ing items in the analysis. Repeal. (e) Chapter 949 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by 70A Stat. 590. repealing section 9774, except subsection (d) thereof, which subsec- tion remains with the " ( d ) " deleted; and by revising the catchline of such section and the corresponding item in the analysis to read: "Construction: limitations". Warren A F B , SEC. 510. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law, the Wyo., claims settlement. Secretary of the Air Force is authorized to settle claims regarding repairs and improvements to public quarters at F . E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, in the amount of $41,221.92. Appropriations. SEC. 511. 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: (1) for construction and acquisition of family housing, includ- ing improvements to adequate quarters, improvements to inade- quate quarters, minor construction, relocation of family housing, rental guarantee payments, construction and acquisition of mobile home facilities, and planning, an amount not to exceed $345,246,000; and (2) for support of military family housing, including operating expenses, leasing, maintenance of real property, payments of principal and interest on mortgage debts incurred, payment to the Commodity Credit Corporation, and mortgage insurance pre- miums authorized under section 222 of the National Housing Act, 84 Stat. 1865. as amended (12 U.S.C. 1715m), an amount not to exceed $826,793,000. State of H a w a i i , land c o n v e y a n c e . SEC. 512. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of the Army, or his designee, is hereby authorized to convey to the State of Hawaii, subject to the terms and conditions hereafter stated, and to such other terms and conditions as the Secretary of the Army, or his designee, shall deem to be in the public interest, all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to certain land, with improvements thereon, within the Fort Ruger Military Reservation, Hawaii, as described in subsection (c). Payment. (b) I n consideration for the conveyance by the United States of the aforesaid property, the State of Hawaii shall provide for, convey, or pay to the United States, either in facilities and services or money or a combination thereof, as determined by the Secretary of the Army, a sum equal to the appraised fair market value of the property to be Aliamanu Mili- conveyed. The facilities and services so provided shall be utilized, and tary R e s e r v a t i o n , Oahu, H a w a i i , money so paid shall be credited to applicable accounts which shall then improvement. be available, for site preparation and improvement of the Aliamanu Military Reservation, Oahu, Hawaii, including roads and streets, utilities, and other community facilities suitable for the support of a military family housing development. The site preparation and improvements shall be in accordance with plans and specifications to be approved by the Secretary of the Army or his designee. (c) The lands authorized to be conveyed to the State of Hawaii as provided in subsection (a) comprise approximately fifty-seven acres with improvements thereon as generally depicted on maps on file in the Office of the United States Army Engineer, Pacific Ocean Division, Honolulu, Hawaii. The exact description and acreage of the land to be conveyed shall be determined by an accurate survey as mutually agreed
87 STAT.] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 679 upon between the State of Hawaii and the Secretary of the Army, or his designee. (d) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the cost of the site Family housing limitations. preparation, roads and streets, utilities, and other support facilities borne by the State of Hawaii, as provided herein shall not be con- sidered m arriving at the average cost of any family housing units or the cost of any single family housing unit to be constructed on the property. Repeal. (e) Public Law 91-564, approved December 19, 1970, is hereby 84 Stat. 1479. repealed. SEC. 513. (a) There is authorized to be appropriated for use by the Appropriation. Secretary of Defense for the purposes of section 1013 of Public Law 89-754 (80 Stat. 1255, 1290), including acquisition of properties, an 86 Stat. 11 SO. 42 u s e 3374. amount not to exceed $7,000,000. (b) Such section 1013 is further amended by adding the following new subsection : " ( m ) I n addition to the coverage provided above, the benefits of this section shall apply, as to closure actions in the several States and the District of Columbia announced after April 1, 1973, to otherwise eligible employees or personnel who are (1) employed or assigned either at or near the base or installation affected by the closure action, and (2) are required to relocate, due to transfer, reassignment or involuntary termination of employment, for reasons other than the closure action." TITLE VI GENERAL PROVISIONS Construction SEC. 601. The Secretary of each military department may proceed authority. to establish or develop installations and facilities under this Act with- Waiver of out regard to section 3648 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (31 restrictions. U.S.C. 529), and sections 4774 and 9774 of title 10, United States Code. 70A Stat. 269, 590. The authority to place permanent or temporary improvements on land includes authority for surveys, administration, overhead, planning, and supervision incident to construction. That authority may be exer- cised 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, purchase, exchange of Government-owned land, or otherwise. SEC. 602. There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as Appropriation. 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, $485,827,000; outside the United States, $107,257,000; section 102, $3,000,000; or a total of $596,084,000, (2) for title I I : Inside the United States, $511,606,000; outside the United States, $58,833,000; or a total of $570,439,000. (3) for title I I I : Inside the United States, $238,439,000; out- side the United States, $21,302,000; section 302, $1,000,000; or a total of $260,741,000. (4) for title I V : A total of $10,000,000. (5) for title V : Military family housing and homeowners assistance, $1,179,039,000.
680 PUBLIC LAW 93-166~NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. Cost variations. SEC. 603. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), any of the amounts specified in titles I, I I , I I I , and I V of this Act, may, in the discretion of the Secretary concerned, be increased by 5 per centum when inside the United States (other than Hawaii and Alaska), and by 10 per centum when outside the United States or in Hawaii and Alaska, if he determines that such increase (1) is required for the sole purpose of meeting unusual variations in cost, and (2) could not have been reasonably anticipated at the time such estimate was sub- mitted to the Congress. However, the total cost of all construction and acquisition in each such title may not exceed the total amount author- ized to be appropriated in that title. (b) When the amount named for any construction or acquisition in title I, I I , I I I , or I V of this Act involves only one project at any mili- tary installation and the Secretary of Defense, or nis designee, deter- mines that the amount authorized must be increased by more than the applicable percentage prescribed in subsection ( a ) , the Secretary con- cerned may proceed with such construction or acquisition if the amount of the increase does not exceed by more than 25 per centum the amount named for such project by the Congress. (c) Subject to the limitations contained in subsection ( a ) , no indi- vidual project authorized under title I, I I , I I I , or I V of this Act for any specifically listed military installation may be placed under con- tract if— (1) the estimated cost of such project is $250,000 or more, and (2) the current working estimate of the Department of Defense, based upon bids received, for the construction of such project exceeds by more than 25 per centum the amount authorized tor such project by the Congress, until after the expiration of Report to con- g r e s s i o n a l com- thirty days from the date on which a written report of the facts mittees. relating to the increased cost of such project, including a state- ment of the reasons for such increase, has been submitted to the Committees on Armed Services of the House of Representatives and the Senate. Annual report (d) The Secretary of Defense shall submit an annual report to the to C o n g r e s s . Congress identifying each individual project which has been placed under contract in the preceding twelve-month period and with i-espect to which the then current working estimate of the Department of Defense based upon bids received for such project exceeded the amount authorized by the Congress for that project by more than 25 per centum. The Secretary shall also include in such report each individual project with respect to which the scope was reduced in order to permit contract award within the available authorization for such project. Such report shall include all pertinent cost information for each individual project, including the amount in dollars and percentage by which the current working estimate based on the contract price for the project exceeded the amount authorized for such project by the Congress. Contract super- SEC. 604. Contracts for construction made by the United States for vision. 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 Army, or the Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Department of the Navy, or such other department or Government agency as the Secretaries of the military departments recommend and the Secretary of Defense approves to assure the most efficient, expeditious, and cost-effective accomplishment Reports to Congress. of the construction herein authorized. The Secretaries of the military departments shall report annually to the President of the Senate and
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 681 the Speaker of the House of Kepresentatives a breakdown of the dol- lar value of construction contracts completed by each of the several construction agencies selected, together with the design, construction supervision, and overhead fees charged by each of tlie several agents in the execution of the assigned construction. Further, such contracts (except architect and engineering contracts which, unless specifically authorized by the Congress, shall continue to be awarded in accordance with presently established procedures, customs, and practice) shall be awarded, insofar as practicable, on a competitive basis to tlie lowest responsible bidder, if the national security will not be impaired and the award is consistent with chapter 137 of title 10, United States Code. The Secretaries of the military departments shall report annu- 7OA stat. 127. ally to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of R° p"/,f; \l°^' Representatives with respect to all contracts awarded on other than a congress. competitive basis to the lowest responsible bidder. SEC. 605. As of October 1,1974, all authorizations for military pub- auThoiz^a'^on'^' lie works, including family housing, to be accomplished by the Secre- ^"Repeau.°"'' tary of a military department in connection with the establishment or development of military installations and facilities, and all authori- zations for appropriations therefor, that are contained in titles T, I I , I I I , IV, and V of the Act of October 25,1972, Public Law 92-545 (86 Stat. 1135), and such authorizations contained in Acts approved before October 26, 1972, and not superseded or otherwise modified by a later authorization are repealed except— Exceptions. (1) authorizations for public works and for appi'opriations therefor that are set forth in those Acts in the titles that contain the general provisions; (2) authorizations for public works projects as to which appro- priated funds have been obligated "for construction contracts, land acquisition, or payments to the North Atlantic Treaty Organi- zation, in whole or in part, before October 1,1974, and authoriza- tions for appropriations therefor; (3) notwithstanding the repeal provisions of section 705(b) of the Act of October 25, 1972, Public Law 92-545 (86 Stat. 1135, 1153), all authorizations for construction of family housing, including mobile home facilities, all authorizations to accom- plish alterations, additions, expansion, or extensions to existing family housing, and all authorizations for related facilities proj- ects under said Act are hereby continued and shall remain in effect until October 1,1974; and (4) notwithstanding the repeal provisions of section 705(a) of the Act of October 25, 1972, Public Law 92-545 (86 Stat. 1135, 1153), authorizations for the following items which shall remain in effect until October 1,1975: (A) Enlisted women's barracks construction in the amount of $437,000 for Fort Rucker, Alabama, that is contained in title I, section 101, under the heading "INSIDE THE UNITED STATES" of the Act of October 27, 1971 (85 Stat. 394, 395), as amended. (B) Airfield expansion in the amount of $882,000 for the United States Army Security Agency, that is contained in title I, section 101, under the heading "OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES" of the Act of October 27, 1971 (85 Stat. 394, 395), as amended. (C) Environmental Health Effects Laboratory in the amount of $4,500,000 for the Naval Medical Research Insti-
682 PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. tute, Bethesda, Maryland, that is contained in title I I , section 201, under the heading "INSIDE THE UNITED STATES" of the Act of October 27,1971 (85 Stat. 394,397). Unit c o s t limi- SEC. 606. None of the authority contained in titles I^ I I , III, and I V tations. of this Act shall be deemed to authorize any building construction projects inside the United States in excess of a unit cost to be deter- mined in proportion to the appropriate area construction cost index, based on the following unit cost limitations where the area construc- tion index 1.0: (1) $28.50 per square foot for permanent barracks; (2) $30.50 per square foot for bachelor officer quarters; unless the Secretary of Defense or his designee determines that because of special circumstances, application to such pro;ject of the limitations Retroactive on unit costs contained in this section is impracticable. Notwithstand- provision. ing the limitations contained in prior military construction authoriza- tion Acts on unit costs, the limitations on such costs contained in this section shall apply to all prior authorizations for such construction not heretofore repealed and for which construction contracts have not been awarded prior to the date of enactment of this Act. Camp P e n d l e - SEC. 607. Section 709 of Public Law 92-145 (85 Stat. 394, 414), as ton, Calif., pro- hibition. amended, is amended to read as follows: 86 Stat. 1154. "SEC. 709. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, none of the lands constituting Camp Pendleton, California, may be sold, trans- ferred, or otherwise disposed of by the Department of Defense unless hereafter authorized by law, but the Secretary of the Navy, or his designee, may, with respect to such lands, grant leases, licenses, or Infra. easements pursuant to chapter 159 of title 10, United States Code, and 66 Stat. 9 5 . section 961 of title 43, United States Code." SEC. 608. Chapter 159 of title 10, United States Code, is amended as follows: 72 Stat. 1459. (1) Section 2674(f) is amended by striking out the phrase 10 u s e 2674. "every six months" in the second line and inserting "annually" in place thereof. 10 u s e 2676. (2) Section 2676 is amended by adding at the end thereof a new sentence as follows: "The foregoing limitation shall not apply to the acceptance by a military department of real property acquired under the authority of the Administrator of General Services to acquire property by the exchange of Government property pursuant to the Federal Property and Administrative 63 Stat. 377. Services Act of 1949, as amended (40 U.S.C. 471 et seq.)." Safeguard s i t e , SEC. 609. The Secretary of Defense is authorized to use any unobli- Malmstrom A F B , unobligated gated funds, not in excess of $1,500,000, heretofore appropriated funds, u s e . to carry out the provisions of section 610 of the Military Construc- tion Authorization Act, 1971 (84 Stat. 1224) for the purpose of assisting communities near Malmstrom Air Force Base, Great Falls, Montana, to pay their respective shares of the cost under any Federal program providing assistance for the adoption, to the needs and uses of such communities, of the water system, and appurtenances thereto, installed to support the Safeguard Antiballistic Missile site near such air force base. Boiling-Ana- c o s t i a Complex, SEC. 610. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Sec- D.C., construc- retary of Defense, in consultation with the National Capital Planning tion. Commission and other interested agencies, but without being subject to the approval of such Commission or any other agency, is directed, within available authorizations and appropriations, to proceed Avith
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 683 the further planning, development, and construction of the Bolling- Anacostia Complex. The Secretary shall use as a guide to such further planning and development the Boiling-Anacostia Base Development Concept included with the final environmental impact statement filed with the Council on Environmental Quality on July 26, 1973, under the provisions of section 102(2) (C) of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. 83 stat. 852. (b) Section 607(b) of Public Law 89-188, as amended, is amended 79 s^ta?. sis!" by deleting ''January 1, 1975" wherever it appears, and inserting in lieu thereof "January 1,1980". SEC. 611. (a) The Secretary of the Army, or his designee, is author- Country san Antonio Club, ized to convey to the ban Antonio Country Club, subject to such terms T e x . , land con- and conditions as the Secretary of the Army, or his designee, may deem veyance to be in the public interest, all rights, title, and interest of the United States, except as retained in this section, in and to certain two parcels of land containing, in the aggregate, 2.39 acres, more or less, situated in the county of Bexar, State of Texas, being part of the Fort Sam Houston Military Reservation, and more particularly described as follows: PARCEL N O . 1 From boundary marker numbered B-88 for Fort Sam Houston, said point being a northwest corner for Fort Sam Houston and a southeast corner for San Antonio Country Club property, along the common line between said San Antonio Country Club and United States of Amer- ica properties, north 16 degrees 50 minutes east, 48.3 feet to boundary marker numbered B-87; Thence north 15 degrees 11 minutes east, 546.15 feet to a point in the common line between said San Antonio Country Club and United States of America properties, said point being located north 78 degrees 10 minutes west, 298 feet from boundary marker numbered B - 8 1 ; Thence north 04 degrees 36 minutes east, 623.49 feet to a point in the common line between said San Antonio Country Club properties for the point of beginning, said point of beginning being located north 68 degrees 59 minutes west, 695 feet from boundary marker numbered B-79; Thence along the common line between said San Antonio Country Club and United States of America properties as follows: north 68 degrees 59 minutes west, 300 feet to boundary marker numbered B-78; Thence north 00 degrees 32 minutes west, 1197.6 feet to boundary marker numbered B-77 for the corner common to said San Antonio Country Club and United States of America properties, situated in the south right-of-way line for Burr Road; Thence departing from said common line, along the south right-of- way line for said Burr Road, north 89 degrees 58 minutes east, 50 feet to a point; Thence south 00 degrees 32 minutes east, 1028.08 feet to a point; Thence south 21 degrees 26 minutes east, 114.79 feet to a point; Thence south 48 degrees 05 minutes east, 254.90 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.73 acres, more or less. PARCEL N O . 2 From boundary marker numbered B-88 for Fort Sam Houston, said point being a northwest corner for Fort Sam Houston and a southeast corner for San Antonio Country Club property, along the common
684 PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. line between said San Antonio Country Club and United States of America properties, north 16 degrees 50 minutes east, 48.3 feet to boundary marker B-87 for the pomt of beginning; Thence along the common line between said San Antonio Country Club and United States of America properties as follows: north, 102.2 feet to boundary marker numbered B-86; Thence north 07 degrees 15 minutes east, 117.4 feet to boundary marker numbered B-85; Thence north 12 degrees 30 minutes east, 88.1 feet to boundary marker numbered B-84; Thence north 07 degrees 10 minutes west, 168.4 feet to boundary marker numbered B - 8 3 ; Thence north 51 degrees 05 minutes east, 104.4 feet to boundary marker numbered B-82; Thence south 78 degrees 10 minutes east, 50 feet to a point; Thence departing from said common line, south 15 degrees 11 minutes west, 546,15 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.66 acre, more or less. (b) I n consideration for the conveyance by the United States of America of the property described in subsection ( a ) , the San Antonio Country Club shall convey to the United States, for incorporation with the Fort Sam Houston Military Reservation, a parcel of land containing 6.47 acres, more or less, being described as follows: From boundary marker numbered B-88 for Fort Sam Houston, said point being a northw^est corner for Fort Sam Houston and a southeast corner for San Antonio Country Club property, along the common line between said San Antonio Country Club and United States of America properties, north 16 degrees 50 minutes east, 48.3 feet to boundary marker numbered B-87; Thence north 15 degrees 11 minutes east, 546.15 feet to the point of beginning, situated in the common line between said San Antonio Country Club and United States of America properties, said point of beginning being located south 78 degrees 10 minutes east, 50 feet from boundary marker numbered B-82; Thence north 04 degrees 36 minutes east, 623.49 feet to a point in the common line between said San Antonio Country Club and United States of America properties, said point being located south 68 deo-rees 59 minutes east, 300 feet from boundary marker numbered B-78; Thence along said common line as follows: south 68 degrees 59 minutes east, 695 feet to boundary marker numbered B-79 for a re-entrant corner for said United States of America property and a northeast corner for said San Antonio Country Club property; Thence south 44 degrees 07 minutes west, 333.7 feet to boundary marker numbered B-80; Thence south 42 degrees 04 minutes west, 261 feet to boundary marker numbered B-81 for a re-entrant corner for said United States of America property and a southeast corner for said San Antonio Country Club property; Thence north 78 degrees 10 minutes west, 298 feet to the point of beginning containing 6.47 acres, more or less. (c) The legal descriptions in subsections (a) and (b) may be modi- fied as agreed upon by the Secretary, or his designee, and the San Antonio Country Club, consistent with any necessary changes which may be disclosed as a result of accurate survey. (d) The conveyance of property authorized in subsection (a) of this section shall be subject to the following provisions, conditions, and
87 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-166-NOV. 29, 1973 685 reservations, which shall be incorporated in the deed of conveyance to be executed by the Secretary of the A r m y : (1) Reservation to the United States of rights-of-way for any exist- ing utility lines or access roads. (2) Provision that the grantee, in accepting the deed, shall agree (A) to relocate fences between its property and the boundary lines of Fort Sam Houston, at no expense to the United States, and (B) to hold the United States harmless from any damage that may result from drainage from the property conveyed to the United States under subsection (b). (e) All expenses for surveys and the preparation and execution of legal documents necessary or appropriate to carry out the provisions of this section shall be borne by the San Antonio Country Club. Citation of SEC. 612. Titles I, I I , I I I , IV, V, and V I of this Acf may be cited as titles. the "Military Construction Authorization Act, 1974". TITLE VII RESERVE FORCES FACILITIES SEC. 701. Subject to chapter 133 of title 10, United States Code, the JS'^us?223?' Secretary of Defense may establish or develop additional facilities for the Eeserve Forces, including the acquisition of land therefor, but the cost of such facilities shall not exceed— (1) For the Department of the A r m y : (a) Armv National Guard of the United States, $29,900,000. " (b) Army Reserve, $35,900,000. (2) For the Department of the Navy: Naval and Marine Corps Reserves, $21,458,000. (3) For the Department of the Air Force: (a) Air National Guard of the United States, $16,000,000. (b) Air Force Reserve, $9,000,000. SEC. 702. The Secretary of Defense may establish or develop installa- tions and facilities under this title without regard to section 3648 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (31 U.S.C. 529), and sections 4774 and 9774 of title 10, United States Code. The authority to place per- 70A stat. 269, manent or temporary improvements on lands 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 tempo- rary use), by gift, purchase, exchange of Government-owned land, or otherwise. SEC. 703. With respect to the preceding authorization contained in Ha^aLf re^'iacel section 701 for the Army Reserve, no portion of such authorization or ment facilities. any other prior Army Reserve authorization granted by the Congress may be utilized to construct replacement facilities for Army Reserve
686 PUBLIC LAW 93-167-NOV. 29, 1973 [87 STAT. units at Fort DeRussy, Hawaii, at any location other than F o r t DeRussy. Citation of SEC. 704. This title may be cited as the "Reserve Forces Facilities title. Authorization Act, 1974".' Approved November 29, 1973. Public Law 93-167 November 29, 1973 AN ACT [H. R. 5777] To require that reproductions and imitations of coins and political items be marked as copies or with the date of manufacture. Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the Hobby Protec- United States of America in Congress assemhled^ That this Act may tion Act. be cited as the "Hobby Protection Act". MARKING REQUIREMENTS SEC. 2. (a) POLITICAL ITEMS.—The manufacture in the United States, or the importation into the United States, for introduction into or distribution in commerce of any imitation political item which is not plainly and permanently marked with the calendar year in which such item was manufactured, is unlawful and is an unfair or deceptive act 38 Stat. 717. or practice in commerce under the Federal Trade Commission Act. 15 u s e 58. (b) COINS AND OTHER NUMISMATIC ITEMS.—The manufacture in the United States, or the importation into the United States, for introduc- tion into or distribution in commerce of any imitation numismatic item which is not plainly and permanently marked "copy", is unlawful and is an unfair or deceptive act or practice in commerce under the Federal Trade Commission Act. (c) REGULATIONS.—The Federal Trade Commission shall prescribe i-ules for determining the manner and form in which items described in subsection (a) or (b) shall be permanently marked. (d) EXEMPTION.—Subsections (a) and ( b ) , and regulations under subsection (c), shall not apply to any common carrier or contract carrier or freight forwarder with respect to an imitation political item or imitation numismatic item received, shipped, delivered, or handled by it for shipment in the ordinary course of its business. PRIVATE E N F O R C E M E N T SEC. 3. If any person violates section 2 (a) or (b) or a rule under section 2 ( c ) , any interested person may commence a civil action for injunctive relief restraining such violation, and for damages, in any United States District Court for a district in which the defendant lesides or has an agent. I n any such action, the court may award the costs of the suit, including reasonable attorneys" fees. E N F O R C E M E N T B Y F E D E R A L T R A D E COMMISSION SEC. 4. (a) Except as provided in section 3, this Act shall be enforced by the Federal Trade Commission under the Federal Trade Commis- sion Act.