Proposal to Realine the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve Forces: Hearings, Eighty-ninth Congress, First Session, Parts 1-2
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1965
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Active Active Army additional Adjutant answer appropriate approved Army National Guard assigned authorized believe brigades budget CANTWELL Chairman Chief Colonel combat command Committee complete concept Congress continue Corps correct cost course Defense Department developed divisions duty effect enlisted equipment fact Federal fiscal follows going Governor Guard units headquarters increase individuals KAINE KENDALL letter maintain major March matter meet merger military million mobilization National Guard Bureau officers operations organization percent personnel pool position present priority problem proposed question readiness realinement reason record reduction referred reorganization Reserve components Reserve Forces Reserve units responsibility result Secretary AILES Secretary McNAMARA Senator CANNON Senator MILLER Senator STENNIS Senator THURMOND serve Staff statement strength structure SUTTON Thank troop U.S. Army Reserve understand Wilson
Page 184 - States are maintained for the purpose of providing trained units and qualified individuals to be available for active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States in time of war or national emergency, and at such other times as the national security may require...
Page 555 - ... qualified persons available for active duty in the armed forces, in time of war or national emergency and at such other times as the national security requires, to fill the needs of the armed forces whenever, during, and after the period needed to procure and train additional units and qualified persons to achieve the planned mobilization, more units and persons are needed than are in the regular components.
Page 115 - New York, North Carolina. North Dakota. Ohio. Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington.
Page 102 - Guardsmen are trained citizensoldiers, committed to preserving the timeless traditions and values of service to our Nation and communities, and, by statute, an integral part of the first line defense of the United States. The National Guard is balanced and ready. It is manned with over 357,000 quality soldiers in over 2,500 communities nationwide.
Page 370 - We would be very happy to furnish that for the record, sir. (The information referred to is as follows...
Page 202 - No person may restrict any member of an armed force in communicating with a member of Congress, unless the communication is unlawful or violates a regulation necessary to the security of the United States.
Page 276 - Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Department of the Army. He was later selected by the Department of Defense to be deputy director of military assistance.
Page 227 - So far as practicable, during any expansion of the active armed forces that requires that units and members of the reserve components be ordered to active duty (other than for training) , members of units organized and trained to serve as units who are ordered to that duty without their consent shall be so ordered with their units.
Page 102 - In accordance with the traditional military policy of the United States, It is essential that the strength and organization of the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard as an Integral part of the first line defenses of the United States be maintained and assured at all times. Whenever Congress determines that more units and organizations are needed for the national security than are in the Regular components of the ground and Air Forces, the Army National Guard of the United States and the...
Page 225 - Military plans and plans developed by civil authority must recognize that civil resources will be the first resources used to support civil requirements with military resources being used only when essential to supplement the civil resources. (4) All military forces (active and reserve) , other than those deployed outside the 50 States and those In the District of Columbia and the territories and possessions of the United States, will be considered potentially available to provide temporary emergency...