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SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE
COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES

UNITED STATES SENATE

EIGHTY-THIRD CONGRESS

SECOND SESSION

ON

S. 22.
VALIDATING ACCRUED LEAVE PAYMENTS TO CERTAIN MEMBERS

OF THE ARMED FORCES

S. 897
EXTEND TIME FOR MAKING APPLICATION FOR TERMINAL LEAVE

PAYMENTS

S. 1754
FRAUDULENT ACCEPTANCE OF BENEFITS UNDER DEPENDENTS'

ASSISTANCE ACT

S. 2040
SERVICE IN WAAC AS ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE

S. 2076
TO PERMIT NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS
PERSONNEL TO ATTEND GRADUATE SCHOOLS

S. 2247
TO AUTHORIZE ACCEPTANCE AND WEARING OF DECORATIONS OF

CERTAIN FOREIGN NATLONS

H. R. 5416
ADVANCEMENT OF CERTAIN LIEUTENANTS ON THE RETIRED LIST

OF NAVY

H. R. 5509
REMOVAL OF LIMITATIONS ON NUMBER OF COLONELS ON ACTIVE

DUTY IN MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS, REGULAR ARMY

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LEVERETT SALTONSTALL, Massachusetts, Chairman STYLES BRIDGES, New Hampshire

RICHARD B. RUSSELL, Georgia RALPH E. FLANDERS, Vermont

HARRY FLOOD BYRD, Virginia MARGARET CHASE SMITH, Maine

LYNDON B. JOHNSON, Texas ROBERT C. HENDRICKSON, New Jersey ESTES KEFAUVER, Tennessee FRANCIS CASE, South Dakota

LESTER C. HUNT, Wyoming JAMES H. DUFF, Pennsylvania

JOHN C. STENNIS, Mississippi JOHN SHERMAN COOPER, Kentucky STUART SYMINGTON, Missouri

PHILIP K. ALLEN, Chief Clerk

SUBCOMMITTEE

JAMES H. DUFF, Pennsylvania, Chairman
JOHN SHERMAN COOPER, Kentucky STUART SYMINGTON, Missouri

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CONTENTS

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Statement of-

Baier, William H., professional assistant, Bureau of Supplies and

Accounts, Navy Department, with respect to S. 1754.

Black, Col. R. L., MSC., Chief, Medical Service Corps, Department

of the Army, with respect to H. R. 5509..
Dwyer, Maj. William J., Office of Assistant Chief of Staff, G-1,

Department of the Army, with respect to S. 2247-

Kraabel, T. 0., director, National Rehabilitation Commission, the

American Legion, with respect to S. 2040.-

Mullinnix, Rear Adm. Allen P., USN, retired, legislative counsel of the

Retired Officers Association, with respect to H. R. 5416-

Powell, Brig. Gen. Herbert B., Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff, G-1,

Army, with respect to S. 2040.-

Rawlins, Comdr. Edward White, USN, retired, with respect to H. R.

5416.
Victory, John F., Director, National Advisory Committee for Aero-

nautics, with respect to S. 2076..

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MISCELLANEOUS BILLS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1954

UNITED STATES SENATE,
SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES,

Washington, D.C. The subcommittee (composed of Senators Duff, Cooper, and Symington) met, pursuant to call, at 9 a. m., in room 212, Senate Office Building, Senator James H. D'f presiding:

Present: Senators Duff (chairman), and Symington.

Also present: William H. Baier, assistant professional assistant, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Navy Department; John F. Victory, Director, National Advisor Committee for Aeronautics; Brig. Gen. H. B. Powell, G. S. G-1; Col. F. Galloway, Director, WAĆ; Col. P. Gray, Director, WAF. William Darden of the committee staff.

Senator DUFF. This subcommittee was appointed by Chairman Saltonstall to consider several bills that come within the general category of pay and administration. Without objection, the letter by which the subcommittee was appointed will be inserted in the record at this point. (The letter referred to is as follows:)

JANUARY 14, 1954. Hon. JAMES H. DUFF, United States Senate,

Washington, D. C. DEAR SENATOR DUFF: The committee has pending before it a number of bills which, although not proposals which will require extensive hearings, should nevertheless be disposed of either favorably or unfavorably as promptly as orderly procedure will permit.

I am therefore requesting that you serve as chairman of a subcommittee consisting of yourself, Senator Cooper, and Senator Symington, to undertake consideration of the bills listed on the accompanying calendar.

Mr. Darden, of our staff, has prepared these bills for hearings and will assist the subcommittee as directed.

The volume of business before the committee makes it necessary to appoint additional subcommittees, and a limited amount of dual membership, as well as duplication of staff assignment, is thus unavoidable. In order to keep schedule conflicts to a minimum, subcommittee chairmen are requested to keep in mind the two regularly scheduled weekly meetings listed below:

Wednesday mornings, Real Estate Subcommittee.
Thursday mornings, full committee.
Sincerely yours,

LEVERETT SALTONSTALL,

Chairman. Senator DUFF. The committee members have before them a com-. mittee print that contains the language of the bills on this agenda, together with a compilation of materials and staff comments with respect to each bill.

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