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Text of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1986

This bill was enacted after being signed by the President on December 3, 1985. The text of the bill below is as of Dec 3, 1985 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985                                         99 STAT. 961
Public Law 99-167
99th Congress
                                      An Act
To authorize certain construction at military installations for fisc£il year 1986, and      Dec. 3, 1985
                                for other purposes.                                          [S. 1042]
 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress assembled.                                            Military
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SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE                                                                    Authorization
   This Act may be cited as the "MiHtary Construction Authoriza-                          ^^^' ^^^^
tion Act, 1986".
                        TITLE I—ARMY
SEC. 101. AUTHORIZED ARMY CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION                               Real property.
           PROJECTS
  (a) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES.—(1) The Secretary of the Army
may acquire real property and may carry out mihtary construction
projects in the amounts shown for each of the following installations
and locations inside the United States:
                   UNITED STATES ARMY FORCES COMMAND

  Fort Bragg, North Carolina, $68,380,000.
  Fort Campbell, Kentucky, $26,200,000.
  Fort Carson, Colorado, $5J,350,000.
  Fort Devens, Massachusetts, $610,000.
  Fort Drum, New York, $85,490,000.
  Fort Greely, Alaska, $2,500,000.
  Fort Hood, Texas, $78,450,000.
  Fort Hunter-Liggett, California, $11,100,000.
  Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, $5,300,000.
  Fort Irwin, California, $28,150,000.
  Fort Lewis, Washington, $104,980,000.
  Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, $940,000.
  Fort Meade, Maryland, $18,930,000.
  Fort Ord, California, $25,820,000.
  Fort Polk, Louisiana, $27,230,000.
  Fort Richardson, Alaska, $3,600,000.
  Fort Riley, Kansas, $49,290,000.
  Fort Sam Houston, Texas, $1,440,000.
  Fort Sheridan, Illinois, $3,500,000.
  Fort Stewart, Georgia, $29,600,000.
  Fort Wainwright, Alaska, $14,000,000.
  Presidio of Monterey, California, $2,650,000.
  Yakima Firing Center, Washingtx)n, $16,430,000.
                  UNITED STATES ARMY WESTERN COMMAND

   Fort Shafter, Hawaii, $6,300,000.
   Pohakuloa Training Area, Hawaii, $2,150,000.
   Schofield Banacks, Hawaii, $32,460,000.

99 STAT. 962 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 UNITED STATES ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, $6,450,000. Fort Belvoir, Virginia, $34,300,000. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, $5,300,000. Fort Benning, Georgia, $39,650,000. ., y Fort Bliss, Texas, $31,760,000. Fort Dix, New Jersey, $6,100,000. Fort Gordon, Georgia, $46,040,000. Fort Jackson, South Carolina, $6,600,000. Fort Knox, Kentucky, $20,770,000. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, $6,900,000. Fort Lee, Vii^nia, $13,082,000. Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, $12,350,000. Fort McClellan, Alabama, $39,350,000. Fort ;*ickett, Virginia, $420,000. Fort Rucker, Alabama, $11,950,000. Fort Sill, Oklahoma, $52,000,000. Fort Story, Virginia, $1,950,000. MILITARY DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON Fort Myer, Virginia, $8,300,000. UNITED STATES ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, $4,670,000. Anniston Army Depot, Alabama, $8,960,000. Army Materiel and Mechanics Research Center, Massachusetts, $770,000. Corpus Christi Army Depot, Texas, $4,400,000. Detroit Arsenal, Michigan, $320,000. Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, $8,650,000. Fort Wingate, New Mexico, $490,000. McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, Oklahoma, $2,300,000. Navajo Depot Activity, Arizona, $240,000. New Cumberland Army Depot, Pennsylvania, $88,000,000. Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey, $1,000,000. Pine Bluff Arsenal, Arkansas, $19,000,000. Pueblo Depot Activity, Colorado, $200,000. Red River Army Depot, Texas, $820,000. Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, $25,750,000. Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois, $29,000,000. Sacramento Army IDepot, California, $4,550,000. Savanna Army I)e»x)t, Illinois, $510,000. Seneca Army Depot, New York, $1,410,000. Sierra Army Depot, California, $2,600,000. Tooele Army Depot, Utah, $11,490,000. UmatUla Depot Activity, Oregon, $260,000. Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona, $240,000. AMMUNITION FACILITIES Holston Army Ammunition Plant, Tennessee, $320,000. Indiana Army Ammunition Plant, Indiana, $210,000. Iowa Army Ammunition Plant, Iowa, $810,000. Kansas Army Ammunition Plant, Kansas, $570,000. Lake City Army Ammunition Plant, Missouri, $930,000.
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 963 Louisiana Army Ammunition Plant, Louisiana, $640,000. Newport Army Ammunition Plant, Indiana, $8,000,000. Radford Army Ammunition Plant, Virginia, $2,910,000. UNITED STATES ARMY INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMMAND Fort Huachuca, Arizona, $2,050,000. UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY United States Military Academy, New York, $31,000,000. UNITED STATES ARMY HEALTH SERVICES COMMAND Fort Detrick, Maryland, $7,600,000. Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii, $970,000. Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, District of Columbia, $1,150,000. MILTTARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT COMMAND Bayonne Military Ocean Terminal, New Jersey, $3,200,000. Oakland Army Base, California, $330,000. Sunny Point Military Ocean Terminal, North Carolina, $1,200,000. UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS Humphreys Engineer Center, Supt. Activity, Virginia, $11,000,000. ASSISTANT CHIEF OF ENGINEERS Various, United States, $3,000,000. (2) Funds appropriated for construction of an Army aviation Prohibition. museum at Fort Rucker, Alabama, that is authorized in paragraph (1) may not be obligated for that purpose unless the Secretary of the Army determines that an amount equal to the amount appropriated for that purpose has been made available for such purpose from private sources. (b) OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.—The Secretary of the Army may acquire real property and may carry out military construction projects in the amounts shown for each of the following installations and locations outside the United States: UNITED S T A T E S ARMY, JAPAN Japan, $1,050,000. EIGHTH UNITED STATES ARMY Camp Carroll, Korea, $25,380,000. Camp Casey, Korea, $12,920,000. Camp Castle, Korea, $1,100,000. Camp Colbern, Korea, $550,000. Camp Edwards, Korea, $1,090,000. Camp Gary Owen, Korea, $580,000. Camp Giant, Korea, $1,050,000. Camp Greaves, Korea, $420,000. Camp Hovey, Korea, $8,300,000. Camp Howze, Korea, $1,980,000.
99 STAT. 964 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 Camp Humphreys, Korea, $11,600,000. Camp Kittyhawk, Korea, $1,600,000. Camp Kyle, Korea, $3,580,000. Camp Liberty Bell, Korea, $800,000. Camp Market, Korea, $710,000. Camp Page, Korea, $32,650,000. Camp Pelham, Korea, $2,400,000. Camp Red Ooud, Korea, $1,730,000. Camp Stanley, Korea, $5,500,000. K-16 Army Airfield, Korea, $2,350,000. Location 177, Korea, $2,290,000. Yongin, Korea, $2,550,000. ., i Yongson, Korea, $9,800,000. BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEBIS COliMAND Kwajalein, $14,600,000. UNTTED STATES ARMY FOBCES OOBOlfAND OVERSEAS Panama, $5,480,000. UNITED STATES ARMY, EUROPE AND SEVENTH ARMY Amberg, Germany, $850,000. Ansbach, Germany, $14,390,000. ^^ Bad Kreuznach, CJermany, $1,100,000. Bad Toelz, Germany, $1,850,000. Bamberg, Germany, $6,490,000. Baumholder, Germany, $900,000. * Darmstadt, Germany, $29,200,000. Frankfurt, Germany, $18,680,000. Friedberg, Germany, $9,150,000. Fulda, Germany, $7,200,000. Giessen, Germany, $1,700,000. Goeppingen, Germany, $10,250,000. Grafenwoehr, Germany, $2,450,000. Haingruen, dermany, $680,000. Hanau, Germany, $48,140,000. Heidelberg, Germany, $8,800,000. Heilbronn, Germany, $2,950,000. Hohenfels, Germany, $6,300,000. Kaiserslautem, Germany, $3,450,000. Karlsruhe, Germany, $4,020,000. Neu Uhn, Germany, $1,000,000. ;,.j: Nuremberg, Germany, $8,500,000. Pirmasens, Germany, $14,000,000. Schoeningen, Germany, $700,000. Schweinfurt, Germany, $17,840,000. Stuttgart, Germany, $4,500,000. Vilseck, Germany, $10,290,000. Wiesbaden, Germany, $2,900,000. WUdflecken, Germany, $20,000,000. Wuerzburg, Germany, $48,070,000. Various Locations, Germany, $101,000,000. Various Locations, Greece, $1,440,000. Various Locations, Italy, $1,850,000. Various Locations, Turkey, $7,440,000.
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 965 SEC. 102. FAMILY HOUSING The Secretary of the Army may construct or acquire family housing units (including land acquisition) at the following installa- tions in the number of units shown, and in the amount shown, for each installation: Fort Ord, California, six hundred units and seventy manufac- tured home spaces, $50,640,000. Fort Carson, Colorado, fifty manufactured home spaces, $712,000. Fort Stewart, Georgia, twenty manufactured home spaces, $253,000. Bamberg, Germany, one hundred and six units, $7,209,000. Various locations, Germany, ninety-eight units, $6,120,000. Vilsek, Germany, three hundred and seventy units, $26,830,000. Fort Riley, Kansas, fifty manufactured home spaces, $700,000. Fort Campbell, Kentucky, fifty manufactured home spaces, $689,000. Fort Devens, Massachusetts, twenty manufactured home spaces, $317,000. Fort Drum, New York, eight hundred units, $67,500,000. Fort Bragg, North Carolina, two units by reconfiguration and fifty manufactured home spaces, $637,000. Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, one hundred and four units and twenty-four manufactured home spaces, $8,674,000. Fort Myer, Virginia, six units, $596,000. SEC. 103. IMPROVEMENTS TO MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING UNITS (a) AMOUNT AUTHORIZED.—(1) Subject to section 2825 of title 10, Energy. United States Code, the Secretary of the Army may make expendi- tures to improve existing military family housing units in an amount not to exceed $167,521,000, of which $10,950,000 is available only for energy conservation projects. (2) Of the funds appropriated pursuant to authorizations made in subsection (a) and in section 601(a) for support of military family Post, p. 979. housing, the Secretary of the Army shall use $1,521,000 for housing improvements at Watervliet Arsenal, New York. Ob) WAIVER OF MAXIMUM PER UNIT COST FOR CERTAIN IMPROVE- MENT PROJECTS.—Notwithstanding the maximum amount per unit for an improvement project under section 28250t>) of title 10, United States Code, the Secretary of the Army may carry out projects to improve existing military family housing units at the following installations in the number of units shown, and in the amount shown, for each installation: Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, District of Columbia, one unit, $99,000. Fort Bragg, North Carolina, one hundred and sixty-four units, $4,712,000. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, eighty-one units, $2,762,000. Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, three hundred and sixty-six units, $14,800,000. (c) FAMILY HOUSING IMPROVEMENTS AT FORT MONMOUTH, N E W JERSEY.—The housing units specified in subsection (b) for Fort Mon- mouth, New Jersey, includes 135 units authorized in section 101 of this Act and 231 units authorized in section 101 of the Military
99 STAT. 966 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 Construction Authorization Act, 1985 (Public Law 98-407; 98 Stat. 98 Stat. 1495. 1498). SEC. 104. MADIGAN ARMY MEDICAL CENTER, FORT LEWIS, WASHINGTON Section 601(c) of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1985 (Public Law 98-407; 98 Stat. 1512), is amended by striking out "and the amount specified in subsection (b)" and inserting in lieu thereof ", the amount specified in subsection (b)(1), and $326,800,000 (the amount authorized for the construction of the Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort Lewis, Washington)". TITLE II—NAVY Real property. SEC. 201. AUTHORIZED NAVY CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION PROJECTS (a) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES.—The Secretary of the Navy may acquire real property and may carry out military construction projects in the amounts shown for each of the following installations and locations inside the United States: UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS Marine Corps Logistics Base, Barstow, California, $530,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort, South Carolina, $6,905,000. Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, California, $1,470,000. Marine Corps Camp Detachment, Camp Elmore, Norfolk, Vir- ginia, $3,995,000. Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, $24,140,000. Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California, $25,175,000. Marine Corps Air Facility, Camp Pendleton, California, $14,310,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina, $36,450,000. Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, California, $30,375,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, $17,420,000. Marine Corps Air Station, New River, North Carolina, $10,780,000. Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina, $3,610,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Tustin, California, $17,970,000. Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, California, $22,670,000. Marine Corps Development and Education Command, Quantico, Virginia, $7,060,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Arizona, $16,750,000. CHIEF OF NAVAL RESEARCH Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, District of Columbia, $28,900,000. OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE NAVY Navy Finance Center, Cleveland, Ohio, $2,940,000. CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, $18,480,000.
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 967 Naval Space Command, Dahlgren, Virginia, $4,700,000. Navy Regional Data Automation Center, Jacksonville, Florida, $10,300,000. Naval Space Surveillance Field Station, Lewisville, Arkansas, $675,000. Navy Tactical Interoperability Support Activity, Mayport, Flor- ida, $470,000. Navy Tactical Interoperability Support Activity, North Island, California, $585,000. Navy Regional Data Automation Center, Norfolk, Virginia, $10,880,000. Intelligence Center, Pacific, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, $2,900,000. Naval Space Surveillance Field Station, San Diego, California, $600,000. Commandant Naval District, Washington, District of Columbia, $6,300,000. COMMANDER IN CHIEF, ATLANTIC FLEET Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, $3,040,000. Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Florida, $29,835,000. Naval Station, Charleston, South Carolina, $9,960,000. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, $5,800,000. Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Virginia, $16,370,000. Naval Station, Mayport, Florida, $10,820,000. Naval Submarine Base, New London, Connecticut, $365,000. Naval Station, New York, New York, $33,160,000. Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, $10,675,000. Naval Station, Norfolk, Virginia, $800,000. Naval Air Station, Oceana, Virginia, $16,940,000. COMMANDER IN CHIEF, PACIFIC FLEET Naval Facility, Adak, Alaska, $2,650,000. Naval Air Station, Alameda, California, $8,650,000. Naval Submarine Base, Bangor, Washington, $5,200,000. Amphibious Task Force, Camp Pendleton, California, $9,020,000. Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, California, $16,150,000. Naval Station, Everett, Washington, $17,640,000. Naval Air Station, Fallon, Nevada, $36,500,000. Naval Air Station, Lemoore, California, $2,300,000. Naval Station, Long Beach, California, $16,000,000. Naval Air Station, Miramar, California, $385,000. Naval Air Station, North Island, California, $18,593,000. Commander, Oceanographic System, Pacific, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, $1,180,000. Naval Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, $2,900,000. Naval Station, San Diego, California, $16,197,000. Naval Submarine Base, San Diego, California, $14,120,000. Naval Station Mare Island, Vallejo, California, $735,000. Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washington, $2,650,000. CHIEF OF NAVAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING Fleet and Mine Warfare Training Center, Charleston, South Caro- lina, $1,180,000. Naval Amphibious School, Coronado, California, $9,330,000.
99 STAT. 968 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 Surface Warfare Officers School Comm£uid Detachment, Coro- nado, California, $5,200,000. Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Texas, $4,360,000. Fleet Combat Training Center, Atlantic, Dam Neck, Virginia, $9,640,000. Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal School, Eglin, Florida, $13,700,000. Naval Traming Center, Great Lakes, Illinois, $20,740,000. Naval Construction Training Center, Gulfport, Mississippi, $2,460,000. Naval Amphibious School, Little Creek, Virginia, $420,000. Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee, $11,695,000. Naval Air Station, Meridian, Mississippi, $450,000. Naval Submarine School, New London, Connecticut, $13,300,000. Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, Rhode Island, $19,580,000. Naval Training Center, Orlando, Florida, $9,400,000. Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, $225,000. Naval Technical Training Center, Pensacola, Florida, $5,670,000. Naval Construction Training Center, Port Hueneme, California, $4,800,000. Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare Training Center, Pacific, San Diego, California, $7,850,000. Fleet Combat Training Center, Pacific, San Diego, California, $305,000. Fleet Training Center, San Diego, California, $4,750,000. Naval Training Center, San Diego, California, $2,900,000. Naval Technical Training Center, San Francisco, California, $1,570,000. Naval Air Station, Whiting Field, Florida, $810,000. NAVAL MILITARY PERSONNEL COMMAND Navy Band, Washington, District of Columbia, $1,900,000. NAVAL MEDICAL COMMAND Naval Medical Clinic, Annapolis, Maryland, $12,540,000. Naval Hospital, Groton, Connecticut, $8,720,000. Naval Hospital, Jacksonville, Florida, $18,600,000. Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California, $6,300,000. Naval Hospital, Oak Harbor, Washington, $13,900,000. Naval Hospital, Pensacola, Florida, $7,250,000. Naval Hospital, San Diego, California, $450,000. CHIEF OF NAVAL MATERIEL Naval Air Rework Facility, Alameda, California, $22,780,000. Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Wsishington, $30,945,000. Naval Supply Center, Bremerton, Washington, $1,520,000. Naval Weapons Station, Charleston, South Carolina, $4,070,000. Polaris Missile Facility, Atlantic, Charleston, South Carolina, $1,620,000. Naval Air Rework Facility, Cherry Point, North Carolina, $1,720,000. Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California, $9,315,000. Naval Weapons Station, Earle, New Jersey, $3,720,000.
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 969 Naval Construction Battalion Center, Gulfport, Mississippi, $2,550,000. Naval Ordance Station, Indian Head, Maryland, $1,570,000. Naval Supply Center, Jacksonville, Florida, $1,555,000. Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station, Keyport, Washing- ton, $2,440,000. Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay, Georgia, $388,360,000. Naval Air Engineering Center, Lakehurst, New Jersey, $600,000. Long Beach Naval Shipyard, Long Beach, California, $7,160,000. Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Kentucky, $16,950,000. Naval Air Rework Facility, Norfolk, Virgmia, $13,080,000. Naval Supply Center, Norfolk, Virginia, $2,350,000. Naval Air Rework Facility, North Island, California, $9,465,000. Naval Supply Center, Oakland, California, $7,890,000. Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, $1,860,000. Navy Public Works Center, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, $13,700,000. Navy Public Works Center, Pensacola, Florida, $8,430,000. Pacific Missile Test Center, Point Mugu, California, $10,200,000. Naval Construction Battalion Center, Port Hueneme, California, $23,650,000. Naval Ship Weapon Systems Engineering Station, Port Hueneme, California, $10,780,000. Naval Electronic Systems Engineering Center, Portsmouth, Vir- ginia, $3,255,000. Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia, $6,690,000. Naval Supply Center, San Diego, California, $7,100,000. Naval Electronic Systems Engineering Activity, Saint Inigoes, Maryland, $15,550,000. Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, $815,000. Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, Pennsylvania, $4,220,000. Naval Mine Warfare Engineering Activity, Yorktown, Virginia, $4,120,000. NAVAL OCEANOGRAPHY CX)MMAND Naval Oceanography Command Facility, Jacksonville, Florida, $390,000. Naval Western Oceanography Center, Peeirl Harbor, Hawaii, $4,500,000. NAVAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMAND Naval Radio Station, Sugar Grove, West Virginia, $785,000. NAVAL SECURITY GROUP COMMAND Naval Security Group Activity, Adak, Alaska, $980,000. Naval Security Group Activity, Northwest, Chesapeake, Virginia, $1,385,000. Naval Security Group Activity, Skaggs Island, California, $395,000. Naval Security Group Activity, Winter Harbor, Maine, $3,280,000. (b) OUTSIDE THE UNFTED STATES.—The Secretary of the Navy may acquire real property and may carry out military construction projects in the amounts shown for each of the following installations and locations outside the United States:
99 STAT. 970 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 MARINE CORPS Marine Corps Air Station, Iwakuni, Japan, $1,775,000. Marine Corps Air Station, Futenma, Okinawa, Japan, $2,990,000. Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler, Okinawa, Japan, $2,250,000. COMMANDER IN CHIEF, ATLANTIC FLEET Naval Facility, Antigua, West Indies, $2,410,000. Naval Facility, Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada, $700,000. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, $22,410,000. Naval Station, Keflavik, Iceland, $21,780,000. Atlantic Fleet Weapons Training Facility, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, $7,100,000. Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, $14,700,000. COMMANDER IN CHIEF, PACIFIC FLEET Navy Support Facility, Diego Garcia, Indian Ocean, $16,530,000. Naval Air Facility, Diego Garcia, Indian Ocean, $22,450,000. Naval Magazine, Guam, $11,270,000. Naval Supply Depot, Guam, $6,550,000. Naval Station, Guam, $10,200,000. Naval Ship Repair Facility, Guam, $990,000. Naval Magazine, Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines, $250,000. Naval Ship Repair Facility, Subic Bay, Republic of the Phil- ippines, $13,270,000. COMMANDER IN CHIEF, UNITED STATES NAVAL FORCES EUROPE Naval Activities, London, United Kingdom, $7,635,000. Naval Support Activity, Naples, Italy, $7,750,000. Naval Air Station, Sigonella, Italy, $5,930,000. Personnel Support Activity, London, United Kingdom, $450,000. CHIEF OF NAVAL MATERIEL Navy Public Works Center, Guam, $1,080,000. Navy Public Works Center, Yokosuka, Japan, $4,400,000. NAVAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMAND Naval Communication Area Master Station, Western Pacific, Guam, $8,945,000. Naval Communication Station, Harold E. Holt, Exmouth, Aus- tralia, $2,690,000. NAVAL SECURITY GROUP COMMAND Naval Security Group Detachment, Diego Garcia, Indian Ocean, $3,700,000. HOST NATION INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT Various Locations, $980,000. SEC. 202. FAMILY HOUSING (a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary of the Navy may construct or acquire family housing units (including land acquisition) at the
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 971 following installations in the number of units shown, and in the amount shown, for each installation: Naval Air Station, Adak, Alaska, one hundred units, $15,500,000. Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, California, two hundred and eighty-two units, $29,800,000. Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, California, one hundred units, $8,400,000. Navy Public Works Center, San Diego, California, two hun- dred units, $15,200,000. Fleet Training Group Pacific, Warner Springs, California, forty-four units, $4,400,000. Naval Weapons Station, Earle, New Jersey, two hundred units, $15,400,000. Aviation Supply Office, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one unit, $170,000. Navy Public Works Center, Subic Bay, Republic of the Phil- ippines, three hundred units, $24,180,000. (b) NAVAL PUBLIC WORKS CENTER, SAN DIEGO.—The Secretary of the Navy may construct the two hundred housing units authorized by subsection (a) for the Navy Public Works Center, San Diego, California, at Telegraph Point or at any other suitable and available site. SEC. 203. IMPROVEMENTS TO MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING UNITS (a) AMOUNT AUTHORIZED.—Subject to section 2825 of title 10, United States Code, the Secretary of the Navy may make expendi- tures to improve existing military family housing units in an amount not to exceed $34,020,000. (b) WAIVER OF MAXIMUM PER UNIT COST FOR CERTAIN IMPROVE- MENT PROJECTS.—Notwithstanding the maximum amount per unit for an improvement project under section 2825(b) of title 10, United States Code, the Secretary of the Navy may carry out projects to improve existing military family housing units at the following installations in the number of units shown, and in the amount shown, for each installation: Navy Public Works Center, San Diego, California, three hun- dred and seventy-two units, $17,610,000. Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washington, one unit, $56,500. SEC. 204. TRANSIENT HOUSING UNITS, CHINHAE, KOREA The Secretary of the Navy may convert the four existing transient housing units contained in Building 706 in Chinhae, Korea, to family housing units. SEC. 205. RESTRICTION ON FUNDING FOR NAVY STRATEGIC HOME- PORTING Funds appropriated pursuant to an authorization in section 602 Post, p. 980. for Naval Strategic Homeporting may not be obligated or expended for such purpose until— (1) the Secretary of the Navy has submitted to the Congress a Report. report justifying the expenditure of the funds for such purpose; and (2) a period of 90 days has elapsed after the day on which the report is received by the Congress.
99 STAT. 972 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 « -f TITLE m—AIR FORCE Real property. SEC. 301. AUTHORIZED AIR FORCE CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISI- TION PROJECTS (a) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES.—The Secretary of the Air Force may acquire real property and may carry out military construction projects in the amounts shown for each of the following installations and locations inside the United States: AIR FORCE LOGISTICS COMMAND Hill Air Force Base, Utah, $28,280,000. Kelly Air Force Base, Texas, $39,749,000. McClellan Air Force Base, California, $53,829,000. Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, $7,350,000. Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, $31,500,000. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, $21,890,000. AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, $2,500,000. Edwards Air Force Base, California, $7,250,000. Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, $14,560,000. Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, $24,700,000. Sunnyvale Air Force Station, California, $2,700,000. AIR FORCE RESERVE Billy Mitchell Field, Wisconsin, $500,000. ,, AIR NATIONAL GUARD Buckley Air National Guard Base, Colorado, $12,370,000. AIR TRAINING COMMAND Chanute Air Force Base, Illinois, $1,730,000. Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, $27,500,000. Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, $10,500,000. Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, $22,750,000. Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, $1,900,000. Lowry Air Force Base, Colorado, $6,850,000. Mather Air Force Base, California, $2,700,000. Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, $3,200,000. Reese Air Force Base, Texas, $3,250,000. Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, $16,150,000. Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma, $4,210,000. Williams Air Force Base, Arizona, $660,000. AIR UNIVERSITY '" Gunter Air Force Station, Alabama, $6,000,000. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, $12,000,000. ^*« ALASKAN AIR COMMAND Attu Research Site, Alaska, $910,000. t rie Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, $44,950,000. ^o A. Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, $5,000,000.
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 973 King Salmon Airport, Alaska, $8,600,000. Shemya Air Force Base, Alaska, $45,900,000. MIUTARY AIRUFT COMMAND Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, $11,450,000. Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, $10,120,000. Base 24, Classified Location, $6,170,000. Boiling Air Force Base, District of Columbia, $250,000. Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, $1,620,000. Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, $16,890,000. Eglin Auxiliary Field 9, Florida, $1,700,000. Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, $60,330,000. McChord Air Force Base, Washington, $2,240,000. McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey, $14,550,000. Norton Air Force Base, California, $4,570,000. Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, $440,000. Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, $17,150,000. Travis Air Force Base, California, $10,300,000. PACIFIC AIR FORCES Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, $480,000. Wheeler Air Force Base, Hawaii, $2,850,000. SPACE COMMAND Cape Cod Air Force Station, Massachusetts, $600,000. Cavalier Air Force Station, North Dakota, $950,000. Clear Air Force Station, Alaska, $4,500,000. Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, $5,200,000. SPECIAL PROJECT Various Locations, $55,000,000. STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, $1,400,000. Base 34, Classified Location, $8,920,000. Beale Air Force Base, California, $5,850,000. Belle Fourche Air Force Station, South Dakota, $4,080,000. Blytheville Air Force Base, Arkansas, $3,750,000. Carswell Air Force Base, Texas, $1,000,000. Castle Air Force Base, California, $3,300,000. Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, $16,950,000. Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota, $72,064,000. Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, $12,500,000. F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, $15,310,000. Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota, $62,730,000. Griffiss Air Force Base, New York, $2,740,000. Grissom Air Force Base, Indiana, $1,700,000. K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base, Michigan, $22,580,000. Malmstrom Air Force Bgise, Montana, $1,300,000. March Air Force Base, California, $9,000,000. McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, $66,490,000. Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, $5,000,000. Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, $10,440,000. Pease Air Force Base, New Hampshire, $1,200,000.
99 STAT. 974 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 Plattsburgh Air Force Base, New York, $1,050,000. Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, $1,960,000. Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, $4,650,000. Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Michigan, $5,300,000. TACTICAL AIR COMMAND Bergstrom Air Force Base, Texas, $770,000. Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, $12,500,000. Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, $5,730,000. England Air Force Base, Louisiana, $2,600,000. George Air Force Base, California, $5,240,000. HoUoman Air Force Base, New Mexico, $16,850,000. Homestead Air Force Base, Florida, $7,015,000. Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, $8,680,000. Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, $14,780,000. MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, $8,850,000. Moody Air Force Base, Geoi^a, $24,030,000. Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, $14,600,000. Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, South Carolina, $430,000. Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, $17,860,000. Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, $2,320,000. Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, $13,300,000. Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, $8,780,000, UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY Air Force Academy, Colorado, $10,310,000. (b) OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.—The Secretary of the Air Force may acquire real property and may carry out military construction projects in the amoimts shown for each of the following installations and locations outside the United States: MILITARY AIRUFT COMMAND <+£• - h"; Lajes Field, Portugal, $25,285,000. Rhein-Main Air Base, Germany, $1,500,000. PACIFIC AIR FORCES Camp Zama, Japan, $1,500,000. Kadena Air Base, Japan, $27,650,000. Misawa Air Base, Japan, $9,500,000. Yokota Air Base, Japan, $10,400,000. Kimhae Air Base, Korea, $10,400,000. Kunsan Air Base, Korea, $9,000,000. KwangnJu Air Base, Korea, $16,310,000. Osan Air Base, Korea, $24,510,000. Sachon Air Base, Korea, $310,000. Diego Garcia Air Base, Indian Ocean, $5,300,000. Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines, $15,050,000. SPACE COMMAND Thule Air Base, Greenland, $12,350,000. Sondrestrom Air Base, Greenland, $5,750,000. GEODSS Site 5, Portugal, $14,650,000. Pirinclik Air Station, Turkey, $2,600,000. BMEWS Site IB, Fylingdales, United Kingdom, $3,100,000.
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 975 TACTICAL AIR COMMAND Howard Air Force Base, Panama, $2,172,000. UNITED STATES AIR FORCES IN EUROPE Florennes Air Base, Belgium, $5,860,000. Ahlhorn Air Base, Germany, $350,000. Bitburg Air Base, Germany, $9,050,000. Einsiedlerhof, Germany, $2,900,000. Hahn Air Base, Germany, $8,160,000. Hessisch Oldendorf Air Station, Germany, $1,230,000. Kapaun Air Station, Germany, $900,000. Leipheim Air Base, Germany, $350,000. Marienfelde Communications Station, Germany, $2,550,000. Norvenich Air Base, Germany, $350,000. Pruem Air Station, Germany, $1,250,000. Ramstein Air Base, Germany, $14,670,000. Sembach Air Base, Germany, $6,460,000. Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, $14,860,000. Various Locations, Germany, $940,000. Vogelweh Air Station, Germany, $1,250,000. Wenigerath Storage Site, Germany, $1,700,000. Zweibrucken Air Base, Germany, $4,550,000. Aviano Air Base, Italy, $5,070,000. Comiso Air Station, Italy, $6,280,000. Decimomannu Air Base, Italy, $2,800,000. San Vito Air Station, Italy, $1,590,000. Morocco, $3,100,000. Camp New Amsterdam, The Netherlands, $2,710,000. Keizerveer Air Base, The Netherlands, $270,000. Woensdrecht Air Base, The Netherlands, $15,980,000. Vught, The Netherlands, $310,000. Torrejon Air Base, Spain, $2,900,000. Ankara Air Station, Turkey, $950,000. Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, $11,570,000. Karatas, Turkey, $2,330,000. RAF Alconbury, United Kingdom, $20,910,000. RAF Bentwaters, United Kingdom, $12,050,000. RAF Chicksands, United Kingdom, $1,630,000. RAF Fairford, United Kingdom, $7,400,000. RAF Greenham Common, United Kingdom, $2,200,000. RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom, $10,320,000. RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom, $4,080,000. RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom, $21,063,000. RAF Sculthorpe, United Kingdom, $2,350,000. RAF Upper Heyford, United Kingdom, $4,640,000. Various Locations, United Kingdom, $3,600,000. Base 25, Classified Location, $4,500,000. Base 29, Classified Location, $3,500,000. Base 30, Classified Location, $4,830,000. Base 33, Classified Location, $9,450,000. Various Locations, Europe, $4,450,000. SEC. 302. FAMILY HOUSING The Secretary of the Air Force may construct or acquire family housing units (including land acquisition) at the following installa-
99 STAT. 976 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 tions in the number of units shown, and in the amount shown, for each installation: Florennes, Belgium, four hundred units, $29,200,000. Hahn Air Base, Germany, four hundred and forty units, $33,000,000. Ramstein Air Base, Germany, four hundred units, $30,000,000. Osan Air Base, Korea, family housing support facilities, $1,200,000. Camp New Amsterdam, The Netherlands, one hundred and forty units, $11,000,000. Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines, four hundred and fifty units, $37,900,000. Belle Fourche Air Force Station, South Dakota, fifty units, $4,000,000. SEC. 303. IMPROVEMENTS TO MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING UNITS Energy. (a) AMOUNT AUTHORIZED.—Subject to section 2825 of title 10, United States Code, the Secretary of the Air Force may make expenditures to improve existing military family housing units in an amount not to exceed $61,300,000, of which $19,939,000 is available only for energy conservation projects. (b) WAIVER OF MAXIMUM PER U N I T COST FOR CERTAIN IMPROVE- MENT PROJECTS.—Notwithstanding the maximum amount per unit for an improvement project under section 2825(b) of title 10, United States Code, the Secretary of the Air Force may carry out projects to improve existing military family housing units at the following installations in the number of units shown, and in the amount shown, for each installation: Boiling Air Force Base, District of Columbia, twenty-four units, $1,200,000. Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, eighty units, $4,006,000. Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, thirty-two units, $2,873,000. Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, one hundred and ten units, $3,724,000. Ramstein Air Base, Germany, two hundred and eighty units, $10,279,000. Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, one hundred units, $6,605,000. Kadena Air Base, Japan, two hundred and thirty-five units, $12,163,000. Clark Air Base, Philippines, twenty-nine units, $1,042,000. (c) IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AT PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, COLO- RADO.—(1) To support the United States Space Command (USSPACECOM), the Secretary of the Air Force may carry out an improvement project at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, to add to and alter an existing facility and (notwithstanding section 2826 of title 10, United States Code) convert such facility to a family hous- ing unit with a maximum net floor area of 3,100 square feet at a cost not to exceed $81,000. (2) The amount authorized for the project by paragraph (1) shall not be considered an increase in the amount authorized to be appropriated by this Act for functions of the Department of the Air Force. (3) For purposes of this subsection, the term "net floor area" has the same meaning given that term by section 2826(f) of title 10, United States Code.
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 977 SEC. 304. RESTRICTION ON USE OF FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF FACILI- TIES IN THE NETHERLANDS Funds appropriated to the Air Force pursuant to an authorization Prohibition. in section 603 for the construction of facilities in The Netherlands to Post, p. 981. support ground launched cruise missiles (GLCM) may not be obli- gated or expended until the Government of The Netherlands has officially approved the deplojmient of such missiles in The Nether- lands. SEC. 305. SPECIAL IMPACT ASSISTANCE TO CERTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICTS Of the funds appropriated to the Air Force for fiscal year 1986 for Grants. the acquisition of land to expand Melrose Air Force Range, New Mexico, the Secretary of the Air Force may use not more than $50,000 to provide assistance, by grant or otherwise, to school dis- tricts in communities near the Melrose Air Force Range for pur- poses of mitigating any adverse impact on the schools in such districts determined by the Secretary to result from expansion of the range. TITLE IV—DEFENSE AGENCIES SEC. 401. AUTHORIZED CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AND LAND ACQUISI- Real property. TION FOR THE DEFENSE AGENCIES (a) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES.—The Secretary of Defense may acquire real property and carry out military construction projects in the amounts shown for each of the following installations and locations inside the United States: DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY Defense Property Disposal Office, Anchorage, Alaska, $1,390,000. Defense Property Disposal Office, Alameda, California, $1,320,000. Defense Property Disposal Office, Barstow, California, $825,000. Defense Fuel Support Point, San Diego, California, $600,000, Defense Fuel Support Point, San Pedro, California, $700,000. Defense Property Disposal Office, Groton, Connecticut, $625,000. Defense Fuel Support Point, Port Tampa, Florida, $595,000. Defense Property Disposal Office, Fort Riley, Kansas, $965,000. Defense Fuel Support Point, Newington, New Hampshire, $1,040,000. Defense Fuel Support Point, Verona, New York, $1,395,000. Defense Depot, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, $470,000. Defense Depot, Memphis, Tennessee, $8,085,000. Defense Property Disposal Office, Texarkana, Texas, $2,635,000. Defense Depot, Ogden, Utah, $3,825,000. Defense Property Disposal Office, Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, Utah, $750,000. Defense General Supply Center, Richmond, Virginia, $5,355,000. Defense Property Disposal Office, Richmond, Virginia, $650,000. Defense Fuel Support Point, Manchester, Washington, $565,000. Defense Property Disposal Office, F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Cheyenne, Wyoming, $1,020,000. DEFENSE MAPPING AGENCY Repromat Secure Storage Facility, Mineral Wells, Texas, $900,000.
99 STAT. 978 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 i NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY Fort Meade, Maryland, $82,142,000. OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OP DEFENSE Classified Location, $12,000,000. Fort McNair, Washington, District of Columbia, $25,000,000. Classified Location, $3,142,000. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SECTION 6 SCHOOLS Fort Benning, Georgia, $1,693,000. Fort Bragg, North Carolina, $5,660,000. Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, $8,400,000. Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, South Carolina, $1,400,000. Quantico, Virginia, $3,500,000. (b) OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.—The Secretary of Defense may acquire real property and may carry out military construction projects in the amounts shown for each of the following installations and locations outside the United States: D E F E N S E LOGISTICS AGENCY Defense Property Disposal Office, Kaiserslautern, Germany, $360,000. Defense Fuel Support Point, Chimu Wan, Okinawa, Japan, $8,160,000. Defense Fuel Support Point, Pyongtaek, Korea, $5,820,000. Defense Fuel Support Point, Uijongbu, Korea, $6,200,000. N A T I O N A L SECURITY AGENCY Classified Locations, $7,150,000. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SECTION 6 SCHOOLS Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico, $9,753,000. Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, $1,200,000. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE OVERSEAS DEPENDENTS SCHOOLS Florennes, Belgium, $7,420,000. Babenhausen, Germany, $760,000. Bamberg, Germany, $5,800,000. Butzbach, Germany, $3,420,000. Hanau, Germany, $7,480,000. Heidelberg, Germany, $1,910,000. Heilbronn, Germany, $2,520,000. Pirmasens, Germany, $1,630,000. Schweinfurt, Germany, $3,930,000. Sembach Air Base, Germany, $2,170,000. Vilseck, Germany, $6,680,000. Sigonella, Italy, $5,360,000. Misawa Air Base, Japan, $4,780,000. Okinawa, Japan, $300,000. Osan Air Base, Korea, $2,780,000. Pusan, Korea, $1,540,000. Taegu, Korea, $730,000. : .. ,;.;..%?<
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 979 Soesterberg Air Base, Netherlands, $4,460,000. Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines, $7,190,000. Bicester, United Kingdom, $4,570,000. Upwood, United Kingdom, $3,240,000. Woodbridge RAF Station, United Kingdom, $1,060,000. SEC. 402. FAMILY HOUSING The Secretary of Defense may construct or acquire twenty family housing units (including land acquisition) at classified installations in the total amount of $1,800,000. SEC. 403. IMPROVEMENTS TO MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING UNITS Subject to section 2825 of title 10, United States Code, the Sec- retary of Defense may make expenditures to improve existing mili- tary family housing units in an amount not to exceed $110,000. TITLE V—NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION INFRASTRUCTURE SEC. 501. AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE TO MAKE CON- TRIBUTIONS The Secretary of Defense may make contributions for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization infrastructure program as provided in section 2806 of title 10, United States Code, in an amount not to exceed the amount authorized to be appropriated in section 605 plus Post, p. 982. the amount collected from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as a result of construction previously financed by the United States. TITLE VI—AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS AND RECURRING ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS SEC. 601. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, ARMY (a) IN GENERAL.—Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 1985, for military construction, land acquisition, and military family housing func- tions of the Department of the Army in the total amount of $3,312,803,000 as follows: (1) For military construction projects inside the United States authorized by section 101(a), $1,063,432,000. Ante, p. 961. (2) For military construction projects outside the United States authorized by section 101(b), $429,140,000. (3) For military construction projects inside the United States authorized by section 101 of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1985, $26,000,000. 98 Stat. 1495. (4) For unspecified minor construction projects under section 2805 of title 10, United States Code, $31,000,000. (5) For architectural and engineering services and construc- tion design under section 2807 of title 10, United States Code, $136,100,000. (6) For military family housing functions— (A) for construction and acquisition of military family housing and facilities, $356,337,000; and (B) for support of military family housing (including the functions described in section 2833 of title 10, United States Code), $1,270,794,000, of which not more than $2,520,000 Post, p. 987. may be obligated or expended for the leasing of military family housing units in the United States, the Common-
99 STAT. 980 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 wealth of Puerto Rico, and Guam, and not more than $131,047,000 may be obligated or expended for the leasing of military family housing units in foreign countries. (b) AUTHORIZATION OF UNOBUGATED FUNDS.—Funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal years before fiscal year 1986 for military construction functions of the Army that remain avail- able for obligation are hereby authorized to be made available, to the extent provided in appropriation Acts, for military construction Ante, p. 961. projects authorized in section 101 in the amount of $291,210,000 (which includes $82,500,000 for the construction of a utility project at Fort Drum, New York, and $56,000,000 for Pershing II security upgrade at various locations, Germany). (c) LIMITATION ON TOTAL COST OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AUTHORIZED IN TITLE I.—Notwithstanding the cost variations authorized by section 2853 of title 10, United States Code, and any other cost variation authorized by law, the total cost of all projects carried out under section 101 may not exceed— (1) the total amount authorized to be appropriated under paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsection (a); (2) the amount specified in subsection (b); (3) $73,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized for the construction of the Eastern Distribution Center, New Cum- berland Army Depot, Pennsylvania); and (4) $45,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized under section 101(b) for Pershing II security upgrade at various loca- tions, Germany). SEC. 602. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, NAVY (a) IN GENERAL.—Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 1985, for military construction, land acquisition, and military family housing func- tions of the Department of the Navy in the total amount of $2,408,184,000 as follows: (1) For military construction projects inside the United States Ante, p. 966. authorized by section 201(a), $1,304,480,000. (2) For military construction projects outside the United States authorized by section 201(b), $201,185,000. (3) For unspecified minor construction projects under section 2805 of title 10, United States Code, $21,560,000. (4) For architectural and engineering services and construc- tion design under section 2807 of title 10, United States Code, $139,260,000. (5) For advances to the Secretary of Transportation for construction of defense access roads under section 210 of title 23, United States Code, $2,960,000. (6) For military family housing functions— (A) for construction and acquisition of military family housing and facilities, $154,000,000; and (B) for support of military housing (including functions Post, p. 987. described in section 2833 of title 10, United States Code), $584,739,000, of which not more than $3,545,000 may be obligated or expended for the leasing of military family housing units in the United States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and Guam, and not more than $18,934,000 may be obligated or expended for the leasing of military family housing units in foreign countries.
PUBLIC LAW 9 9 - 1 6 7 - D E C . 3, 1985 99 STAT. 981 (b) AUTHORIZATION OF UNOBLIGATED FUNDS.—Funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal years before fiscal year 1986 for military construction functions of the Navy that remain avail- able for obligation are hereby authorized to be made available, to the extent provided in appropriation Acts, for military construction projects authorized in section 201 in the amount of $105,935,000. Ante, p. 966. (c) LIMITATION ON TOTAL COST OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AUTHORIZED IN TITLE IL—Notwithstanding the cost variations authorized by section 2853 of title 10, United States Code, and any other cost variation authorized by law, the total cost of all projects carried out under section 201 may not exceed the total amount authorized to be appropriated under paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsec- tion (a) and the amount specified in subsection (b). SEC. 603. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, AIR FORCE (a) IN GENERAL.—Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 1985, for military construction, land acquisition, and military family housing func- tions of the Department of the Air Force in the total amount of $2,700,991,000 as follows: (1) For military construction projects inside the United States authorized by section 301(a), $1,147,207,000. Ante, p. 972. (2) For military construction projects outside the United States authorized by section 301(b), $415,550,000. (3) For unspecified minor construction projects under section 2805 of title 10, United States Code, $22,000,000. (4) For architectural and engineering services and construc- tion design under section 2807 of title 10, United States Code, $144,096,000. (5) For advances to the Secretary of Transportation for construction of defense access roads under section 210 of title 23, United States Code, $30,240,000. (6) For military family housing functions— (A) for construction and acquisition of military family housing and facilities, $212,600,000; and (B) for support of military housing (including functions described in section 2833 of title 10, United States Code), Post, p. 987. $729,298,000, of which not more than $2,711,000 may be obligated or expended for the leasing of military family housing units in the United States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and Guam, and not more than $45,402,000 may be obligated or expended for the leasing of military family housing units in foreign countries. (b) AUTHORIZATION OF UNOBUGATED FUNDS.—Funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal years before fiscal year 1986 for military construction functions of the Air Force that remain available for obligation are hereby authorized to be made available, to the extent provided in appropriation Acts, for military construc- tion projects authorized in section 301 in the amount of $100,000,000. (c) LIMITATION ON TOTAL COST OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AUTHORIZED IN TITLE III.—Notwithstanding the cost variations authorized by section 2853 of title 10, United States Code, and any other cost variation authorized by law, the total cost of all projects carried out under section 301 may not exceed the total amount authorized to be appropriated under paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsec- tion (a) and the amount specified in subsection (b).
99 STAT. 982 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 SEC. 604. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, DEFENSE AGENCIES (a) IN GENERAL.—Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 1985, for military construction, land acquisition, and military family housing func- tions of the Department of the Defense (other than the military departments), in the total amount of $258,595,000 as follows: (1) For military construction projects inside the United States Ante, p. 977. authorized by section 401(a), $95,149,000. (2) For military construction projects outside the United States authorized by section 401(b), $104,146,000. (3) For unspecified minor construction projects under section 2805 of title 10, United States Code, $4,000,000. (4) For construction projects under the contingency construc- tion authority of the Secretary of Defense under section 2804 of title 10, United States Code, $5,000,000. (5) For architectural and engineering services and construc- tion design under section 2807 of title 10, United States Code, $30,000,000. (6) For military family housing functions— (A) for construction and acquisition of military family housing and facilities, $1,910,000; and Post, p. 987. (B) for support of military housing (including functions described in section 2833 of title 10, United States Code), $18,390,000, of which not more than $14,933,000 may be obligated or expended for the leasing of military family housing units in foreign countries. (b) AUTHORIZATION OF UNOBLIGATED FUNDS.—Funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal years before fiscal year 1986 for military construction functions of the Defense Agencies that remain available for obligation are hereby authorized to be made available, to the extent provided in appropriations Acts, for military construction projects authorized in section 401 in the amount of $42,025,000. (c) LIMITATION ON TOTAL COST OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AUTHORIZED IN TITLE IV.—Notwithstanding the cost variations authorized by section 2853 of title 10, United States Code, and any other cost variations authorized by law, the total cost of all projects carried out under section 401 may not exceed the total amount authorized to be appropriated under paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsec- tion (a), the amount specified in subsection (b), and $53,700,000 (the balance of the amount authorized for the construction of a research and engineering facility at Fort Meade, Maryland). SEC. 605. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, NATO Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 1985, for contributions by the Sec- retary of Defense under section 2806 of title 10, United States Code, for the share of the United States of the cost of construction projects for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Infrastructure Program, Ante, p. 979. as authorized by section 501, in the amount of $38,000,000. SEC. 606. EXPIRATION OF AUTHORIZATIONS; EXTENSION OF CERTAIN PREVIOUS AUTHORIZATIONS (a) EXPIRATION OF AUTHORIZATIONS AFTER TWO YEARS.—(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), all authorizations contained in titles I, II, III, IV, and V for military construction projects, land acquisition, family housing projects and facilities, and contributions to the
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 983 NATO Infrastructure Program (and authorizations of appropria- tions therefor contained in sections 601 through 605) shall expire on Ante, pp. October 1, 1987, or the date of the enactment of the Military 979-982. Construction Authorization Act for fiscal year 1988, whichever is later. (2) The provisions of paragraph (1) do not apply to authorizations Contracts. for military construction projects, land acquisition, family housing projects and facilities, and contributions to the NATO Infrastruc- ture Program (and authorizations of appropriations therefor), for which appropriated funds have been obligated before October 1, 1987, or the date of the enactment of the Military Construction Authorization Act for fiscal year 1988, whichever is later, for construction contracts, land acquisition, family housing projects and facilities, or contributions to the NATO Infrastructure Program. (b) EXTENSION OF AUTHORIZATION OF CERTAIN FISCAL YEAR 1984 PROJECTS.—Notwithstanding the provisions of section 607(a) of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1984 (Public Law 98-115; 97 Stat. 780), authorizations for the following projects authorized in sections 101, 201,301, and 401 of that Act shall remain in effect until 97 Stat. 757, October 1, 1986, or the date of enactment of the Military Construe- '^62, 768, 775. tion Authorization Act for fiscal year 1987, whichever is later: (1) Consolidated heating system in the amount of $1,850,000 at Stuttgart, Germany. (2) Consolidated heating system in the amount of $1,750,000 at Stuttgart, Germany. (3) Range modernization in the amount of $2,450,000 at Wildflecken, Germany. (4) Unaccompanied personnel housing in the amount of $1,400,000 at Argjrroupolis, Greece. (5) Operations building in the amount of $370,000 at Argjrroupolis, Greece. (6) Multipurpose recreation facility in the amoimt of $480,000 at Argyroupolis, Greece. (7) Unaccompanied Officer housing in the amount of $600,000 at Perivolaki, Greece. (8) Operations building in the amount of $410,000 at Perivolaki, Greece. (9) Multipurpose recreation facility in the amount of $620,000 at Perivolald, Greece. (10) Physical fitness training center in the amount of $1,000,000 at Elefsis, Greece. (11) Operations control center in the amount of $7,800,000 at the Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine. (12) Engine test cell modifications in the amount of $1,180,000 at the Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Florida. (13) Land acquisition in the amount of $830,000 at the Naval Weapons Station, Concord, California. (14) Unaccompanied enlisted personnel housing in the amount of $10,000,000 at the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. (15) Electrical distribution lines in the amount of $7,200,000 at the Naval Shipyard Mare Islguid, Vallejo, California. (16) FamUy housing in the amount of $33,982,000 at RAF Upper Hejrford, United Kingdom. (17) Air freight terminal in the amount of $10,200,000 at Elmendorf, Alaska.
99 STAT. 984 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 (18) Sewage system in the amount of $2,760,000 at the Naval Training Center, Orlando, Florida. (19) Physical fitness training center in the amount of $1,000,000 at Fort Hunter Liggett, California. (20) Child care center in the amount of $3,000,000 at Fort Polk, Louisiana. (21) Physical fitness training center in the amount of $2,200,000 at Sierra Army Depot, California. (22) Special Process Laboratories Building in the amount of $39,100,000 at Fort Meade, Maryland. SEC. 607. ESTABLISHMENT OF CERTAIN AMOUNTS REQUIRED TO BE SPECIFIED BY LAW Contracts. For projects or contracts initiated during the period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act and ending on the date of the enactment of the Military Construction Authorization Act for fiscal year 1987 or October 1, 1986, whichever is later, the following amounts apply: (1) The maximum amount for an unspecified minor military construction project under section 2805 of title 10, United States Post, p. 989. Code, is $1,000,000. (2) The amount of a contract for architectural and engineer- ing services or construction design that makes such a contract subject to the reporting requirement under section 2807 of title 10, United States Code, is $300,000. (3) The maximum amount per unit for an improvement project for family housing units under section 2825 of title 10, United States Code, is $30,000. (4) The maximum annual rental for a family housing unit leased in the United States, Puerto Rico, or Guam under section 2828(b) of title 10, United States Code, is $10,000. (5)(A) The maximum annual rental for a family housing unit leased in a foreign country under section 2828(c) of title 10, United States Code, is $16,800. (B) The maximum number of family housing units that may be leased at any one time in foreign countries under section 2828(c) of title 10, United States Code, is 32,000. Real property. (6) The maximum rental per year for family housing facilities, or for real property related to family housing facilities, leased in a foreign country under section 2828(f) of title 10, United States Code, is $250,000. TITLE VII—GUARD AND RESERVE FORCES FACILITIES SEC. 701. AUTHORIZATION FOR GUARD AND RESERVE FACILITIES There are authorized to be appropriated for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 1985, for the costs of acquisition, architectural and engineering services, and construction of facilities for the Guard and Reserve Forces, and for contributions therefor, under chapter 10 use 2231. 133 of title 10, United States Code (including the cost of acquisition of land for those facilities), the following amounts: (1) For the Department of the Army— (A) for the Army National Guard of the United States, $149,101,000, and (B) for the Army Reserve, $70,700,000. (2) For the Department of the Navy, for the Naval and Marine Corps Reserves, $51,800,000.
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 985 (3) For the Department of the Air Force— (A) for the Air National Guard of the United States, $139,000,000, and (B) for the Air Force Reserve, $70,650,000. SEC. 702. ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES RELATED TO CONSTRUCTION OF NATIONAL GUARD ARMORIES (a) CONTRIBUTIONS TO STATES.—Subsection (e) of section 2233 of title 10, United States Code, is amended to read as follows: "(e) The Secretary of Defense may procure, or contribute to any State such amounts as the Secretary determines to be necessary to procure, architectural and engineering services and construction design in connection with facilities to be established or developed under this chapter which are not otherwise authorized by law.". (b) AMOUNT OF CONTRIBUTION.—Subsection (b) of section 2236 of such title is amended to read as follows: 10 u s e 2236. "(b) A contribution made for an armory under clause (4) or (5) of section 2233(a) of this title may not exceed the sum of— "(1) 100 percent of the cost of architectural, engineering and design services (including advance architectural, engineering and design services under section 2233(e) of this title); and Supra. "(2) a percentage of the cost of construction (exclusive of the cost of architectural, engineering and design services) cal- culated so that upon completion of construction the total contribution (including the contribution for architectural, engi- neering and design services) equals 75 percent of the total cost of construction (including the cost of architectural, engineering and design services). For the purpose of computing the cost of construction under this Real property. subsection, the amount contributed by a State, territory, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or the District of Columbia, as the case may be, may not include the cost or market value of any real property that it has contributed.". TITLE VIII—GENERAL PROVISIONS PART A—MIUTARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM PROVISIONS SEC. 801. BUILD-TO-LEASE AND RENTAL GUARANTEE PILOT PROGRAMS (a) RENTAL GUARANTEE PROGRAM.—(1) Subsection (h) of section 802 of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1984 (10 U.S.C. 2821 note), is amended by striking out "September 30, 1985" and inserting in lieu thereof "September 30,1986". (2) Subsection (g) of such section is amended— (A) by inserting "(1)" after "(g)"; and (B) by adding at the end the following new paragraph: "(2) In addition to the contracts authorized by subsection (0 and Contracts. paragraph (1) of this subsection, the Secretary of each military department may enter into one or more agreements under this paragraph for not more than a total of 600 family housing units.". (b) BUILD-TO-LEASE PROGRAM.—(1) Paragraph (9) of section 2828(g) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking out "October 98 Stat. 1521. 1,1985" and inserting in lieu thereof "September 30,1986". (2) Paragraph (8) of such section is amended— (A) by inserting "(A)" after "(8)"; and
99 STAT. 986 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 (B) by adding at the end the following new subparagraph: Contracts. "(B) In addition to the contracts authorized by paragraph (7) and subparagraph (A), the Secretary of each military department may enter into one or more contracts under this subparagraph for not more than a total of 600 family housing units.". SEC. 802. FAMILY HOUSING OCCUPANT LIABILITY (a) LiABiuTY FOR FAILURE To CLEAN SATISFACTORILY.—Subsection 98 Stat. 1517, (a) of section 2775 of title 10, United States Code, is amended— 1518. (1) by inserting "(1)" after "(a)"; and (2) by adding at the end thereof the following new paragraph: "(2) A member of the armed forces— "(A) who is assigned or provided a family housing unit; and Regulations. "(B) who fails to clean satisfactorily that housing unit (as determined under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Defense or the Secretary of Transportation with respect to the Coast Guard when it is not operating as a service in the Navy) upon termination of the assignment or provision of that housing unit, shall be liable to the United States for the cost of cleaning made necessary as a result of that failure.". (b) AUTHORITY OF SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION.—Section 2775 of 98 Stat. 1517, such title is amended— 1518. (1) in subsections (a) and (b), by inserting after "the Secretary of Defense" the following: "and the Secretary of Transportation when the Coast Guard is not operating as a service in the Navy"; and (2) in subsection (d), by inserting after "or defense agency concerned" the following: ", or the operating expenses account of the CoEist Guard, as appropriate". (c) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—(1) Subsection (b) of such section is amended by inserting "(in the case of liability under subsection (a)(1))" after "including". (2) Subsection (c)(1) of such section is amended by striking out "subsection (a)" and inserting in lieu thereof "subsection (a)(1), or the cost of any cleaning made necessary by a failure to clean satisfactorily a family housing unit referred to in subsection (a)(2),". (3) Subsection (d) of such section is amended by inserting "or failure to clean satisfactorily a family housing unit" after "(or the equipment or furnishings of a family housing unit)". (4) Subsection (e) of such section is amended to read as follows: Regulations. "(e) The Secretary of Defense, and the Secretary of Transportation when the Coast Guard is not operating as a service in the Navy, shall prescribe regulations to carry out this section. Such regula- tions shall include— "(1) regulations for determining the cost of repairs and replacements made necessary as the result of abuse or neg- ligence for which a member is liable under subsection (a)(1); "(2) regulations for determining the cost of cleaning made necessary as a result of the failure to clean satisfactorily for which a member is liable under subsection (a)(2); and "(3) provisions for limitations of liability, the compromise or waiver of claims, and the collection of amounts owed under this section.". (d) CLERICAL AMENDMENTS.—(1) The heading of such section is amended to read as follows:
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 987 "§ 2775. Liability of members assigned to military housing". (2) The item relating to such section in the table of sections at the beginning of chapter 165 of such title is amended to read as follows: "2775. Liability of members assigned to military housing.". SEC. 803. PREOCCUPANCY TERMINATION COSTS Section 2828(d) of title 10, United States Code, is amended— (1) by inserting "(D" after "(d)"; and (2) by adding at the end the following new paragraph: "(2) The Secretary may enter into an agreement under this para- Contracts. graph in connection with a lease entered into under subsection (c). Such an agreement— "(A) shall be for the purpose of compensating a developer for any costs resulting from the termination of the lease during the construction of the housing units that are to be occupied pursu- ant to the lease; "(B) may be for a period not in excess of three years; and "(C) shall include a provision that the obligation of the United States to make payments under the agreement in any fiscal year is subject to the availability of appropriations.". SEC. 804. ACTIVITIES INCLUDED WITHIN AUTHORIZATIONS FOR MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING (a) CONSTRUCTION AND ACQUISITION OF FAMILY HOUSING.—Section 2821 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection: "(d) Amounts authorized by law for construction and acquisition of military family housing and facilities include amounts for— "(1) minor construction; "(2) improvements to existing military family housing units and facilities; "(3) relocation of military family housing units under section 2827 of this title; and lo use 2827. "(4) architectural and engineering services and construction design.". (b) FAMILY HOUSING SUPPORT.—(1) Chapter 169 of such title is amended by adding at the end of subchapter II the following new section: "§ 2833. Family housing support lO use 2833. "Amounts authorized by law for support of military family hous- Real property. ing include amounts for— "(1) operating expenses; "(2) leasing expenses; "(3) maintenance of real property expenses; "(4) pa)mients of principal and interest on mortgage debts incurred; and "(5) payments of mortgage insurance premiums authorized under section 222 of the National Housing Act (12 U.S.C. 1715m).". (2) The table of sections at the beginning of subchapter II of such chapter is amended by adding after the item relating to section 2832 the following new item: "2833. Family housing support.".
99 STAT. 988 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 SEC. 805. DOMESTIC FAMILY HOUSING LIMITATIONS Section 2828(b)(3) of title 10, United States Code, is amended— (1) by striking out "(3) Not" and inserting in lieu thereof "(3)(A) Except as provided in subparagraph (B), not"; and (2) by adding at the end the following new subparagraph: Contracts. "(B) During fiscal years 1986 and 1987, the number of housing units that may be leased pursuant to the provisions of subparagraph (A) may be increased by 500 units for each such fiscal year. The Secretary concerned shall provide written notification to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Rep- resentatives concerning the location, purpose, and cost of the addi- tional units permitted by this subparagraph. Such notification shall be made periodically as the leases are entered into.". SEC. 806. SALE-AND-REPLACEMENT TRANSACTIONS 10 u s e 2667a (a) EXTENSION OF AUTHORITY FOR SALE-AND-REPLACEMENT TRANS- note. ACTIONS.—(1) Section 807(c) of the Military Construction Authoriza- tion Act, 1984 (Public Law 98-115; 97 Stat. 786), is amended by striking out "October 1,1985" and inserting in lieu thereof "October 1,1986". Effective date. (2) The amendment made by paragraph (1) shall take effect as of 10 u s e 2667a October 1,1985. note. (b) APPROVAL OF TRANSACTIONS.—The Secretary of Defense may carry out the following sale-and-replacement transactions under the provisions of section 2667a of title 10, United States Code: (1) The sale and replacement of warehousing facilities at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. (2) The sale and replacement of a noncommissioned officers professional education center, a band center, and a combat operations center at March Air Force Base, California. SEC. 807. TURN-KEY SELECTION PROCEDURES (a) I N GENERAL.—Chapter 169 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end of subchapter III the following new section: 10 use 2862 "§ 2862. Turn-key selection procedures Contracts. "(aXD The Secretaries of the military departments, with the approval of the Secretary of Defense, may use one-step turn-key selection procedures for the purpose of entering into contracts for the construction of authorized military construction projects. "(2) In this section, 'one-step turn-key selection procedures' means procedures used for the selection of a contractor on the basis of price and other evaluation criteria to perform, in accordance with the provisions of a firm fixed-price contract, both the design and construction of a facility using performance specifications supplied by the Secretary concerned. Prohibition. "(b) The Secretary of a military department may not, during any fiscal year, enter into more than three contracts for military construction projects using procedures authorized by this section. "(c) The authority under this section shall expire on October 1, 1990.". Ot>) CONFORMING AMENDMENT.—The table of sections at the begin- ning of such subchapter is amended by adding after the item relating to section 2861 the following new item: "2862. Turn-key selection procedures.".
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 989 (c) EFFECTIVE DATE.—The amendments made by this section shall 10 u s e 2862 take effect on October 1,1986. note. SEC. 808. PARTICIPATION IN DEPARTMENT OF STATE HOUSING POOLS (a) AUTHORITY TO PARTICIPATE.—Chapter 169 of title 10, United States Code (as amended by section 804) is further amended by Ante, p. 987. adding at the end of subchapter II the following new section: "§ 2834. Participation in Department of State housing pools 10 u s e 2834. "(a) The Secretary concerned may enter into an agreement with Contracts. the Secretary of State under which the Secretary of State agrees to provide housing and related services for personnel under the juris- diction of the Secretary concerned who are assigned to duty in a foreign country if the Secretary concerned determines— "(1) that there is a shortage of adequate housing in the area of the foreign country in which such personnel are assigned to duty; and "(2) that participation in the Department of State housing pool is the most cost-effective means of providing housing for such personnel. The Secretary concerned shall reimburse the Secretary of State, as provided in the agreement, for housing and related services fur- nished personnel under the jurisdiction of the Secretary concerned. "(b) Agreements entered into with the Secretary of State under Contracts. this section may not be executed until (1) the Secretary concerned provides to the appropriate committees of Congress written notifica- tion of the facts concerning the proposed agreement, and (2) a period of 21 days has elapsed after the day on which the notification is received by the committees. "(c) In computing the number of leases for which the maximum lease amount may be waived by the Secretary concerned under the second sentence of section 2828(eXl) of this title, housing made 10 u s e 2828. available to the Department of Defense under this section shall be included.". (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENT.—The table of sections at the begin- ning of such subchapter (as amended by section 804) is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new item: "2834. Participation in Department of State housing pools.". SEC. 809. UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION Section 2805 of title 10, United States Code, is amended— (1) in subsection (a), by striking out "Within" and inserting in lieu thereof "Within an amount equal to 125 percent of; and (2) in subsection (c), by striking out "Only funds authorized for minor construction projects may be used to accomplish unspecified minor construction projects, except that the" and inserting in lieu thereof "The". SEC. 810. ACQUISITION OF INTEREST IN LAND (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 2672 of title 10, United States Code, is amended— (1) by striking out "The" at the beginning of such section and inserting in lieu thereof "(a) Subject to subsection (b), the"; (2) by redesignating clauses (1) and (2) as clauses (A) and (B), respectively; (3) by striking out "$100,000" each place it appears and inserting in lieu thereof "$200,000"; and
99 STAT. 990 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 (4) by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection: Prohibition. "(b) The Secretary of a military department may not enter into a Contracts. contract under this section for the acquisition of any interest in land the cost of which exceeds $100,000 unless— "(1) the Secretary has notified the appropriate committees of Congress of his intent to acquire such interest, the cost of the interest, and the reasons for acquiring the interest; and "(2) a period of 21 days has elapsed from the date the notifica- tion is received by the committees.", (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—(1) The heading of such section is to read as follows: "§ 2672. Acquisition: interest in land when cost is not more than $200,000". (2) The item in the table of sections at the beginning of chapter 159 of such title relating to section 2672 is amended to read as follows: "2672. Acquisition: interests in land when cost is not more than $200,000.". SEC. 811. TEST OF LONG-TERM FACILITIES CONTRACTS (a) AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO LONG-TERM CONTRACTS.—Chapter 169 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end of subchapter I the following new section: 10 u s e 2809. "§ 2809. Test of long-term facilities contracts Children and "(a)(1) The Secretary concerned may enter into contracts for the youth. construction, management, and operation of facilities on or near Water. military installations in the United States for the provision of child care services, waste water treatment or depot supply activities in cases in which the Secretary concerned determines that the facili- ties can be more efficiently and more economically provided under long-term contracts than bjr other appropriate means. "(2) Each contract entered into under subsection (a) shall be awarded through the use of competitive procedures as provided in 10 u s e 2301 chapter 137 of this title. et seq. "(3) A contract under this section may be for any period not in excess of twenty years, excluding the period for construction. A contract under this section shall include a provision that the obliga- tion of the United States to make payments under the contract in any fiscal year is subject to the availability of appropriations for that purpose. Prohibition. "(4) A contract may not be entered into under this section until— "(A) the Secretary concerned submits to the appropriate committees of the Congress, in writing, a justification of the need for the facility for which the contract is to be awarded and an economic analysis (based upon accepted life cycle costing procedures) which demonstrates that the proposed contract is cost effective when compared with alternative means of furnish- ing the same facility; and "(B) a period of 21 calendar days has expired following the date on which the justification and the economic analysis are received by the committees. Prohibition. "(b) Each Secretary concerned may enter into not more than 5 contracts under the authority of subsection (a) of this section, other than contracts for child care centers. "(c) The authority to enter into contracts under this section shall expire on September 30,1987, but shall not affect the validity of any
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 991 contract entered into under the authority of this section before that date.". (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENT.—The table of sections at the begin- ning of subchapter I of such chapter is amended by adding at the end the following new item: "2809. Test of long-term facilities contracts.". SEC. 812. AVAILABILITY OF APPROPRIATIONS (a) I N GENERAL.—Section 2860 of title 10, United States Code, is amended— (1) in subsection (a), by striking out "(a)" and "and except as otherwise provided under subsection (b)"; and (2) by striking out subsection Ot>). (b) EFFECTIVE DATE.—The amendments made by subsection (a) 10 u s e 2860 shall apply to funds appropriated after September 30,1985. note. PART B—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS SEC. 821. INTERSERVICE EXCHANGES Section 2571 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection: "(d) No agency or official of the executive branch of the Federal Prohibition. Government may establish any regulation, program, or policy or take any other action which precludes, directly or indirectly, the Secretaries concerned from exercising the authority provided in this section.". SEC. 822. PLAN FOR CLEANUP OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL Natural resources. (a) I N GENERAL.—The Secretary of the Army shall develop and Hazardous transmit to the Congress, by September 1, 1986, a report setting materials. forth a comprehensive plan for completing, not later than Septem- Waste disposal. ber 30, 1993, the cleanup of contaminated sites, structures, equip- Report. ment, and natural resources at or near the Rocky Mountain Arsenal near Denver, Colorado. (b) SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS.—In such plan, the Secretary shall— (1) describe in detail the various phases for the project, along with the completion dates and a priority ranking of the goals for each such phase; (2) provide cost estimates for each such phase and for the total project; (3) provide findings and conclusions reached as a result of consultation, before the transmittal of the plan, with State and local officials (including officials of water districts) and the general public; (4) provide that consultation and coordination with such offi- cials and the general public will be carried out throughout the process of cleaning up the Arsenal; (5) provide for priority cleanup of— (A) the most seriously contaminated areas at the Arsenal, including the areas known as Basin F, Basin A, the South Plants Area, and section 36; (B) other areas at the Arsenal which should be afforded priority treatment for the benefit of the general public, including the areas known as sections 7, 8, 11, and 12; and (C) any sites, structures, equipment, or natural resources located outside the Arsenal that have been contaminated by activities carried out at the Arsenal;
99 STAT. 992 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 (6) provide for the cleanup of the areas described in paragraph (5) without regard to whether a final disposal site for hazardous substances from the Arsenal has been selected; (7) establish, as a priority, the use of waste-treatment tech- nologies that will reduce significantly the amount and toxicity level of hazardous substances at or near the Arsenal; (8) provide for selection of a final disposal site for hazardous substances from the Arsenal in a manner that will take into consideration sites, within and outside of Colorado, that— (A) are geologically suitable to serve as such a disposal site; and (B) are located within areas the governing bodies of which have expressed a willingness to have such a disposal site located therein; (9) provide that all activities in the plan will be carried out in compliance with the requirements of applicable Federal and State environmental laws; (10) provide findings and conclusions reached as a result of studying the feasibility and cost of cleansing groundwater on an expedited basis at the sources of contamination on the Arsenal; and (11) include a statement concerning any reprogramming or supplemental appropriation of funds that may be necessary for fiscal year 1987 in order to assure an expeditious implementa- tion of the plan. SEC. 823. COMMUNITY PLANNING ASSISTANCE Grants. The Secretary of Defense may use funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1986 for planning and design purposes to provide planning assistance to local communities if the Secretary determines that the financial resources available to the community (by grant or otherwise) are inadequate. The Secretary may use such funds as follows: (1) To assist communities located near newly established Light Infantry Division Posts at Fort Drum, New York, and Fort Wainwright, Alaska, $500,000. (2) To assist communities located near newly established homeports under the Naval Strategic Dispersal Program at Staten Island, New York, and Everett, Washington, $500,000. SEC. 824. PLAN FOR TRANSFER OF SECTION 6 SCHOOLS 20 u s e 241 (a) PLAN REQUIREMENT.—(1) The Secretary of Defense shall note. submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives a plan which provides for the orderly transfer, not later than July 1, 1990, of all Section 6 Schools to the appropriate local school districts of the States in which such schools are located. (2) As used in paragraph (1), the term "Section 6 Schools" means schools of the Department of Defense established under section 6 of 20 u s e 241. Public Law 81-874. (b) DEADUNE FOR SUBMISSION OF PLAN.—The plan required by subsection (a) shall be submitted not later than March 1, 1986. SEC. 825. FURNISHING OF BEDDING FOR HOMELESS Section 2546 of title 10, United States Code, is amended— (1) by redesignating subsection (d) as subsection (e); and
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 993 (2) by inserting after subsection (c) the following new subsection: "(d) The Secretary concerned may provide bedding for support of shelters for the homeless that are operated by entities other than the Department of Defense. Bedding may be provided under this subsection without reimbursement, but may only be provided to the extent that the Secretary determines that the provision of such bedding will not interfere with military requirements.". SEC. 826. USE OF WATERFRONT FACILITIES AT PORT HUENEME. CALIFORNIA Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds received by the Navy from its license agreement with the Oxnard Harbor District for use, on an as-available basis, of the waterfront facilities at the Naval Construction Battalion Center, Port Hueneme, California, may be used for operation and maintenance of waterfront facilities at that installation. SEC. 827. MATERIAL AT NAVAL BASE, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA The Secretary of the Navy may provide, without compensation, to the City of Norfolk, Virginia, not more than 50,000 cubic yards of dredged material located at the Naval Base, Norfolk, Virginia, if such city agrees to bear all costs and liabilities associated with loading, transporting, using, or otherwise handling such material. SEC. 828. ALTERATION IN TRAILER PARK EXPANSION, HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, MASSACHUSETTS (a) AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO AGREEMENT.—In providing for the trailer park at Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, and the expansion of such park as authorized by section 302 of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1985 (Public Law 98-407; 98 Stat. 1508), the Secretary of the Air Force may enter into an agreement with the Massachusetts Port Authority to terminate leasehold rights of the Department of the Air Force with respect to such trailer park in exchange for— (1) leasehold rights to other land held by such Authority and acceptable to the Secretary; and (2) the construction, by such Authority, of roads, utilities, and trailer pads on such other land in accordance with specifications of the Secretary. (b) LIMITATION.—The termination of the leasehold rights by the Secretary shall not become effective until the completion of the construction described in subsection (a)(2). PART C—REAL PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS SEC. 831. LAND CONVEYANCE, DAVIS-MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, Recreation. TUCSON, ARIZONA Health and medical care. (a) CONGRESSIONAL FINDINGS.—The Congress finds that— (1) the highest and best use of the lands described or identified in subsection (b) is public park and recreational use or public health use; (2) the city of Tucson, Arizona, has indicated a willingness to extend the existing lease between such city and the Air Force for the lands described in subsection (c) for an additional 50 years commencing in 2002 at the existing rental rate of $773 per year;
99 STAT. 994 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 (3) the Administrator of General Services should— (A) assign to the Secretary of the Interior lands described in subsection (b)(1) for use as a park or recreational area; and (B) assign to the Secretary of Health and Human Services lands described in subsection (b)(2) for public health use; (4) the Secretary of the Interior or the Secretaries of the Interior and Health and Human Services, as the case may be, should, simultaneously with the acceptance of the extension of the lease for the lands described in subsection (c), convey to the city of Tucson, Arizona— (A) the property described in subsection (b)(1) for use as a park or recreational area through a public benefit discount conveyance under section 203(kX2) of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 (40 U.S.C. 484(k)(2)); and (B) such land as is described in subsection (b)(2) for public health use through a public benefit discount conveyance under section 203(k)(l)(B) of such Act (40 U.S.C. 484(k)(l)(B)). (b) DESCRIPTION OF LAND SUITABLE FOR PARK OR RECREATIONAL USE AND FOR PUBLIC HEALTH USE.—(1) The property referred to in clauses (3)(A) and (4)(A) of subsection (a) is 61 acres of real property adjacent to Golf Links/Craycroft Intersection, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona. (2) The property referred to in clauses (3)(B) and (4)(B) of subsec- tion (a) is such portion (not exceeding eight acres) of the land described in paragraph (1) as the Secretary of Health and Human Services, with the concurrence of the Secretaries of the Interior and Defense, determines to be suitable for public health use. (c) DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY SUBJECT TO LEASE.—The property referred to in subsection (a)(2) is 4,348.81 acres of real property owned by the city of Tucson, Arizona, at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. (d) SURVEYS OF PROPERTY.—The exact acreage and legal descrip- tions of the property to be conveyed under this section shall be determined by surveys that are satisfactory to the Secretary of the Interior or the Secretaries of the Interior and Health and Human Services, as the case may be. The cost of such surveys shall be borne by the city of Tucson, Arizona. SEC. 832. LAND CONVEYANCE, MARCH AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA (a) REMOVAL OF REVERTER.—Section 835 of the Military Construc- tion Authorization Act, 1985 (Public Law 98-407; 98 Stat. 1527), is amended— (1) by striking out subsection (d); and (2) by redesignating subsections (e), (f), and (g) as subsections (d), (e), and (f), respectively. (b) TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS.—(1) Subsection (a) of such section is amended— (A) by striking out "Village West Foundation" and inserting in lieu thereof "Air Force Village West"; and (B) by striking out " 'Foundation'), of San Bernardino" and inserting in lieu thereof " 'Corporation'), of Riverside". (2) Subsection (b) and subsections (d) and (f), as redesignated by suJbsection (a), of such section are amended by striking out "Foun- dation" each place it appears and inserting in lieu thereof "Corporation".
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 995 SEC. 833. LAND CONVEYANCE, NAVAL AIR STATION, MIRAMAR, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA (a) AUTHORITY TO SELL OR EXCHANGE.—The Secretary of the Navy (hereafter in this section referred to as the "Secretary") is au- thorized to sell or exchange approximately 475 acres of land lying south of proposed highway SR-52 which comprises a portion of the Naval Air Station, Miramar, California. The lands sold or ex- changed may not include lands authorized to be conveyed under section 837 of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1985 (Public Law 98-407; 98 Stat. 1529). (b) SALE OR EXCHANGE REQUIREMENT.—The sale or exchange shall be conducted in accordance with competitive bidding procedures prescribed in section 2304 of title 10, United States Code. In no event may the land described in subsection (a) be sold or exchanged for less than the fair market value thereof. (c) CONSIDERATION.—In consideration for the sale or exchange Housing. authorized in subsection (a), the Secretary may accept cash or land in the San Diego area, or both. Any land received shall be a suitable site (as determined by the Secretary) for military family housing. (d) USE OF FUNDS.—(1) The Secretary is authorized to use any Housing. proceeds from the sale of lands made under this section solely for the purpose of acquiring in the San Diego area a suitable site for military family housing. (2) Any funds received by the Secretary under this section and not used for the acquisition of a site for military family housing within 30 months after the receipt of such funds shall be deposited into the general fund of the Treasury. (e) LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF LAND.—The exact acreage and legal description of the property sold or exchanged under this section shall be in accordance with surveys that are satisfactory to the Secretary. (f) ADDITIONAL TERMS.—The Secretary may require such addi- tional terms and conditions under this section as the Secretary considers appropriate to protect the interests of the United States. SEC. 834. LAND CONVEYANCE, COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO (a) AUTHORITY TO CONVEY.—Subject to subsections (b) and (c), the Secretary of the Air Force (hereafter in this section referred to as the "Secretary") is authorized to convey to the United States Olym- pic Committee, without consideration, all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to the approximately 3.98 acres of land (together with improvements thereon) near Colorado Springs, Colo- rado, which are occupied by such Committee under a lease entered into by the Secretary with such Committee pursuant to section 806 of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1980 (Public Law 96-125; 93 Stat. 949). (b) CONDITIONS.—The conveyance described in subsection (a) shall be subject— (1) to the condition that the property conveyed shall be used by the United States Olympic Committee solely for activities of such Committee; (2) to the condition that if the property conveyed is not used for the purpose described in clause (1), all right, title, and interest in and to the property shall revert to the United States, which shall have the right of immediate entry thereon; and (3) to such other terms and conditions as the Secretary consid- ers appropriate to protect the interests of the United States.
99 STAT. 996 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 (c) DESCRIPTION OF LAND.—The exact acreage and legal description of the property to be conveyed under subsection (a) shall be deter- mined by a survey that is satisfactory to the Secretary. The cost of the survey shall be borne by such Committee. SEC. 835. LAND TRANSFER, NAVAL AIR STATION, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA (a) TRANSFER.—The Secretary of the Navy shall transfer, without reimbursement, to the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs a tract of land consisting of approximately 15.31 acres, together with improve- ments thereon, at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida. Veterans. (b) USE OF LAND.—The real property transferred pursuant to Cemetery. subsection (a) shall become part of the Barrancas National Cemetery and shall be administered by the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs as part of the National Cemetery System under chapter 24 of title 38 u s e 1000 38, United States Code. et seq. (c) CONDITION.—If the real property transferred pursuant to subsection (a) is not used for the purpose described in subsection (b), the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs shall transfer such property, without reimbursement, to the Secretary of the Navy. (d) DESCRIPTION OF LAND.—The exact acreage and legal descrip- tion of the property to be transferred under subsection (a) shall be determined by a survey approved by the Secretary. SEC. 836. AVIGATION RIGHTS ON SANTA ROSA ISLAND, FLORIDA The Act entitled "An Act to authorize the Secretary of the Army to sell and convey to Okaloosa County, State of Florida, all right, title, and interest in the United States in and to a portion of Santa Rosa Island, Florida, and for other purposes", approved July 2,1948 (62 Stat. 1229), is amended by adding at the end thereof the follow- ing new section: Prohibition. "SEC. 5. The prohibition contained in subdivision d. of the first section against the erection of any structure or obstacle on the land conveyed under this Act in excess of seventy-five feet above mean low-water level shall be deemed to be a prohibition against the erection of a structure or obstacle in excess of two hundred feet above mean low-water level in the case of that portion of such land on Santa Rosa Island which is east of the Destin East Pass and known as Holiday Isle.". SEC. 837. TERMINATION DATE FOR CERTAIN LAND CONVEYANCE AUTHOR- ITY AT EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA Section 808 of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1983 96 Stat. 1575. (Public Law 97-321; 98 Stat. 1575), is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection: "(d) The authority of the Secretary under this section shall termi- nate on October 1,1990.". SEC. 838. LAND EXCHANGE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA (a) I N GENERAL.—Subject to subsections (b) through (f), the Sec- retary of the Navy (hereafter in this section referred to as the "Secretary") is authorized to convey to the NEW MET Company (hereafter in this section referred to as the "Company") all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to approximately 39.5 acres of unimproved land comprising a portion of the Naval Station, Mayport, Florida, located adjacent to the Ribault Bay Village Navy housing area.
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 997 (b) CONSIDERATION.—In consideration for the conveyance by the Secretary under subsection (a), the Company shall convey to the United States a parcel of land consisting of approximately 31.7 acres located in the vicinity of the Ribault Bay Village Navy housing area. (c) OBUGATIONS OF PARTIES.—The specific obligations of the Sec- retary and the Company shall be those set forth in a memorandum of understanding between the parties dated February 19, 1985, (d) PAYMENT BY THE COMPANY.—If the fair market value of the land conveyed to the Company under subsection (a) exceeds the fair market value of the land conveyed to the United States under subsection (b), as determined by the Secretary, the Company shall pay the difference to the United States. (e) SURVEY.—The exact acreages and legal descriptions of the lands to be conveyed under this section shall be determined by surveys which are satisfactory to the Secretary. The cost of any such survey shall be borne by the Company. (f) ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.—The Secretary may re- quire such additional terms and conditions in connection with the transaction authorized by this section as the Secretary considers appropriate to protect the interests of the United States. SEC. 839. LAND CONVEYANCE, FORT WILLIAM H. HARRISON, MONTANA (a) AUTHORITY TO CONVEY.—Subject to subsection (b), the Sec- retary of the Army (hereafter in this section referred to as the "Secretary") is authorized to convey, without consideration, to the State of Montana all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to approximately 65.4 acres of unimproved land located in the southeast comer of Fort William H. Harrison, Montana, and pres- ently under license to the State of Montana for National Guard use. (b) CONDITIONS.—(1) The conveyance authorized by subsection (a) Veterans. shall be subject to the condition that the property conveyed by the Cemetery. Secretary be used by the State to establish a State veterans' cemetery. (2) If the property conveyed pursuant to subsection (a) is not used for the purposes described in paragraph (1), all right, title, and interest in and to such property shall revert at no cost to the United States, which shall have the right of immediate entry thereon. (3) The Secretary shall reserve to the United States in the prop- erty conveyed by the Secretary a waterline easement for use by the Veterans' Administration Hospital near Fort William H. Harrison. (c) LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF LAND.—The exact acreage and legal description of the property to be conveyed under subsection (a) and of the easement to be reserved under subsection (bX3) shall be determined by surveys that are satisfactory to the Secretary. The cost of such surveys shall be borne by the State. (d) ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.—The Secretary may re- quire such other terms and conditions with respect to the convey- ance as the Secretary considers appropriate to protect the interests of the United States. SEC. 840. LAND CONVEYANCE, FORT JACKSON, SOUTH CAROLINA (a) AUTHORITY TO SELL.—Subject to subsections (b) through (g), the Secretary of the Army (hereafter in this section referred to as the "Secretary") may sell all or any portion of that tract of land which comprises a portion of Fort Jackson, South Carolina, known as the Gregg Circle Area, consisting of 300 acres more or less.
99 STAT. 998 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 Contracts. (b) CONDITIONS OF SALE.—Before the Secretary enters into a con- tract for the sale of all or a portion of the property referred to in subsection (a), the prospective buyer shall be required— (1) to submit to the Secretary a master plan for the develop- ment of the land that is acceptable to both the Secretary and the appropriate officials of the city of Columbia, South Carolina; and (2) at the option of the Secretary, to enter into an agreement with the Secretary under which the prospective buyer agrees that if all or a portion of the land referred to in subsection (a) is conveyed to the buyer, the buyer will be required— Housing. (A) to construct, at the option of the Secretary, on a portion of the land to be conveyed or on a portion of the land not conveyed up to 400 units of family housing in accordance with specifications and standards prescribed by the Secretary at the time the land is offered for sale; (B) to have the housing units ready for occupancy not later than 2 years after the date of the conveyance of such land to the prospective buyer; and (C) at the option of the Secretary— (i) lease the housing units to the Army pursuant to section 2828(g) of title 10, United States Code; or (ii) set aside the housing units for military personnel in exchange for a guarantee by the Secretary of the rental of the set-aside housing units in accordance with section 802 of the Military Construction Authorization 98 Stat. 1521. Act, 1984 (10 U.S.C. 2821 note). Contracts. (c) COMPETITIVE BID REQUIREMENT; MINIMUM SALE PRICE.—(1) The sale of any of the land referred to in subsection (a) shall be carried out under publicly advertised, competitively bid, or competitively negotiated contracting procedures. Prohibition. (2) In no event may any of the land referred to in subsection (a) be sold for less than its fair market value. Prohibition. (d) REPORT REQUIREMENTS.—(1) The Secretary may not enter into Contracts. any contract for the sale of any or all of the land referred to in subsection (a) unless— (A) the Secretary has submitted a report to the appropriate committees of Congress containing the information required in section 2828(g)(6)(A) of title 10, United States Code; and (B) a period of 21 days has expired following the date on which the economic report referred to in such section is received by those committees. (2) Any report submitted under paragraph (1) shall include— (A) a description of the price and terms of the proposed sale; (B) a description of the procedures used in selecting a buyer for the land; and (C) all pertinent information regarding the family housing to be made available for military personnel under this section. (e) USE OF PROCEEDS OF SALE.—(1) The Secretary may use the proceeds from the sale of any of the land referred to in subsection (a)- Housing. (A) to provide for military family housing for military person- nel stationed at Fort Jackson in the manner prescribed in subsection (b)(2) or in such other manner as the Secretary may prescribe;
PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 99 STAT. 999 (B) to provide for security and access routes to facilities at Fort Jackson for military personnel housed or to be housed in the housing units to be constructed on such land; and (C) to construct necessary facilities for up to 100 mobile trailer home sites at Fort Jackson. (2) Any proceeds of the sale not used for such purposes shall be covered into the general fund of the Treasury. (f) LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF LAND.—The exact acreage and legal description of the land to be conveyed under this section shall be determined by a survey approved by the Secretary. (g) ADDITIONAL TERMS.—The Secretary may require such addi- tional terms and conditions in connection with any transaction authorized by this section as the Secretary considers appropriate to protect the interests of the United States. (h) ADDITIONAL AUTHORITY.—The military family housing au- Housing. thorized under this section is in addition to any military family housing otherwise authorized by law. SEC. 841. LAND CONVEYANCE, NAVAL WEAPONS STATION, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA (a) AUTHORITY TO CONVEY.—Subject to subsections (b) through (h), the Secretary of the Navy (hereafter in this section referred to as the "Secretary") is authorized to convey to the Westvaco Corpora- tion of New York (hereafter in this section referred to as the "Corporation") all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to approximately 47.83 acres of land, together with improve- ments thereon, which comprise that portion of the Navy Weapons Station, Charleston, South Carolina, located at Remount Road and Virginia Avenue. (b) CONSIDERATION.—In consideration for the conveyance au- thorized by subsection (a), the Corporation shall— (1) pay for the cost of construction of suitable replacement facilities to be constructed in a manner and at a site determined by the Secretary; (2) pay for the cost of removing any existing improvements on the replacement site; and (3) pay for the cost of relocating from the facilities located on the land to be conveyed by the Secretary to the replacement facilities. (c) AUTHORITY TO U S E FUNDS.—The Secretary is authorized to receive, obligate, and disburse any funds received under subsection (b) to cover design, construction, relocation and related costs speci- fied in the memorandum of understanding referred to in subsection (d). (d) OBUGATIONS OF PARTIES.—The specific obligations of the Sec- retary and the Corporation shall be those set forth in a memoran- dum of understanding between the parties that became effective April 17,1985. (e) VACATING PROPERTY.—Upon completion and occupancy of the replacement facilities by the Navy and payment of all costs by the Corporation, the Navy shall promptly vacate the property described in subsection (a) and convey the property by quitclaim deed to the Corporation. (f) PAYMENT OF ANY EXCESS.—If the fair market value of the property conveyed under subsection (a) exceeds the consideration paid under subsection (b), as determined by the Secretary, the Corporation shall pay the difference to the United States.
99 STAT. 1000 PUBLIC LAW 99-167—DEC. 3, 1985 (g) LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF LAND.—The exact acreage and legal description of any land conveyed under this section shall be deter- mined by a survey which is satisfactory to the Secretary. The cost of such survey shall be borne by the Corporation. (h) ADDITIONAL TERMS.—The Secretary may require such addi- tional terms and conditions under this section as the Secretary considers appropriate to protect the interest of the United States. SEC. 842. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Colleges and (a) FoRT MCNAIR.—The Administrator of General Services shall universities. transfer approximately 10.5 acres of surplus land adjacent to Fort McNair, Washington, D.C., to the Secretary of the Army, without reimbursement, for use by the Secretary in connection with the National Defense University. (b) ARLINGTON HALL STATION.—Upon the relocation of the Army Intelligence and Security Command and other Defense activities from Arlington Hall Station to new quarters, the Secretary of the Army shall transfer approximately 72 acres of the tract of land known as Arlington Hall Station, together with improvements thereon, to the Secretary of State, without reimbursement, to be used as a center for the training and instruction of personnel in the field of foreign relations, as authorized by chapter 7 of the Foreign Service Act of 1980 (22 U.S.C. 4021-4026), and for such other pur- poses as the Secretary of State may consider appropriate. Approved December 3, 1985. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—S. 1042 (H.R. 1409): HOUSE REPORTS: No. 99-128 accompanying H.R. 1409 (Comm. on Armed Services) and No. 99-366 (Comm. of Conference). CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 131 (1985): June 5, considered and passed Senate. Oct. 16, H.R. 1409 considered and passed House; S. 1042, amended, passed in lieu. Nov. 12, Senate agreed to conference report. Nov. 19, House agreed to conference report.