Miscellaneous Bills: Hearing Before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Eighty-sixth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 9464, Removing the Requirement That, of the Chief and Deputy Chief of the Bureau of Ships, One Must be Specifically Qualified and Experienced in Naval Engineering and the Other in Naval Architecture ; H.R. 9465, Authorizing the Loan of One Submarine to Canada and the Extension of the Loan of a Naval Vessel to the Government of the Republic of China ; H.R. 10474, Authorizing the Construction of Modern Vessels, April 28, 1960
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Considers. H.R. 9464, to repeal the requirement that between the Chief and Deputy Chief of the Bureau of Ships, one must be experienced in naval engineering and the other must be experienced in naval architecture. H.R. 9465, to extend for five years the loan of a destroyer to Taiwan and authorize the loan of a submarine to Canada. H.R. 10474, to authorize FY61 naval vessel construction.