S. 920 (94th): Department of Defense Appropriation Authorization Act
Mar 3, 1975
94th Congress, 1975–1976
Died in a previous Congress
This bill was introduced on May 19, 1975, in a previous session of Congress, but was not enacted.
Senator from Mississippi
- See Instead:
H.R. 6674 (same title)
Enacted — Signed by the President — Oct 7, 1975
About the bill
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A bill to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1976, and the period of July 1, 1976, through September 30, 1976, for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development, test and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component and of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces and of civilian personnel of the Department of Defense, and to authorize the military training student loads.
Legislative action may be ocurring on one of these bills in lieu of or in parallel to action on this bill.
Reported by Committee
Last Action: May 29, 1974
Referred to Committee
Last Action: Apr 1, 1977
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TO AMEND S. 920, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR MILITARY PROCUREMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1976, BY ESTABLISHING A $23.8 BILLION CEILING ON FISCAL 1976 SPENDING AUTHORITY AND $5 BILLION CEILING ON SUCH AUTHORITY FOR TRANSITION PERIOD JULY 1-SEPT. 30, 1976 (IN LIEU OF $25 BILLION AND $5.3 BILLION, RESPECTIVELY).Jun 4, 1975 midnight
unknown 36/59TO AMEND S. 920, MILITARY PROCUREMENT AUTHORIZATIONS FOR FISCAL 1976, BY BARRING THE USE OF FUNDS ($109 MILLION FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR FIVE SYSTEMS DESIGNED TO IMPROVE ACCURACY OF U.S. STRATEGIC MISSILES.Jun 4, 1975 midnight
unknown 43/53TO AMEND S. 920 SO AS TO BAR THE USE OF FUNDS FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE SUBMARINE LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE PROGRAM.Jun 4, 1975 midnight
unknown 16/72TO AMEND S. 920 SO AS TO REDUCE THE CIVILIAN MANPOWER CEILING FOR FISCAL YEAR 1976 AND TRANSITION PERIOD UNTIL SEPT. 30, 1976 BY A TOTAL OF 17,000.Jun 4, 1975 midnight
unknown 44/42TO AMEND S. 920 SO AS TO BAR THE USE OF FUNDS TO CARRY OUT ANY PLAN TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF ARMY DIVISIONS ABOVE 14 UNTIL AFTER SEPT. 30, 1976.Jun 4, 1975 midnight
unknown 2/70TO AMEND S. 920 BY APPROPRIATING $12.4 BILLION THROUGH SEPT. 30, 1976 FOR ADVANCED SHIP DEVELOPMENT.Jun 5, 1975 midnight
unknown 31/64TO AMEND S. 920 SO AS TO BAR FUNDS TO PRODUCE ADDITIONAL AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM PLANES UNTIL NATO AGREES TO PURCHASE SUCH TYPE EQUIPMENT.Jun 5, 1975 midnight
unknown 38/58Jun 5, 1975 midnight
unknown 40/55TO AMEND S. 920 SO AS TO DELETE FUNDS IN THE BILL FOR CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT OR PROCUREMENT OF THE B-1 BOMBER AIRCRAFT PROGRAM.Jun 5, 1975 midnight
unknown 34/59TO AMEND S. 920 BY DELETING FUNDS IN THE BILL FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF 50 MINUTEMAN III OPERATIONAL TEST MISSILES.Jun 5, 1975 midnight
unknown 29/58TO TABLE SEN. JACKSON'S AMENDMENT TO S. 920 WHICH AUTHORIZES CREDITS TO ISRAEL IN AMOUNTS NECESSARY FOR THE PURCHASE OF U.S. AIRCRAFT AND RELATED EQUIPMENT NEEDED TO MAINTAIN THE MID-EAST MILITARY BALANCE.Jun 6, 1975 midnight
unknown 32/59TO AMEND S. 920 BY AUTHORIZING CREDITS TO ISRAEL IN AMOUNTS NECESSARY FOR THE PURCHASE OF U.S. AIRCRAFT AND RELATED EQUIPMENT NEEDED TO MAINTAIN THE MID-EAST MILITARY BALANCE.Jun 6, 1975 midnight
unknown 68/22TO AMEND S. 920 BY EXCLUDING CIVILIANS EMPLOYED IN "INDUSTRIALLY FUNDED" ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FROM THE CEILINGS IMPOSED BY CONGRESS ON THE NUMBERS OF CIVILIANS WORKING FOR THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT.Jun 6, 1975 midnight
unknown 40/50TO AMEND S. 920 BY PROVIDING CRIMINAL SANCTIONS FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL OR CORPORATION WHO WILFULLY DISCRIMINATES IN SUPPLYING PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FOR THE U.S. ARMED FORCES.Jun 6, 1975 midnight
unknown 83/8TO AMEND S. 920 SO AS TO PROVIDE THAT NO SERVICE MEMBER RETIRED AFTER JANUARY 1, 1971, WOULD RECEIVE LESS RETIRED OR RETAINER PAY THAN HE OR SHE WOULD HAVE RECEIVED AT AN EARLIER DATE ON OR AFTER JANUARY 1, 1971.Jun 6, 1975 midnight
unknown 50/40TO AMEND S. 920 SO AS TO DEFER FUNDS FOR FLIGHT TESTING MANEUVERING REENTRY VEHICLE UNTIL THE PRESIDENT HAD FIRST CERTIFIED TO THE CONGRESS THAT THE U.S.S.R IS FLIGHT TESTING ITS OWN "MARV" SYSTEM.Jun 6, 1975 midnight
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