Department of Defense Authorization for Appropriations for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993: Manpower and personnel

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1991
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Page 333 - Tens of thousands of additional reservists have volunteered or have been called to active duty to serve at bases in the United States and in other parts of the world.
Page 451 - The reserve components are the Army National Guard of the United States, the Army Reserve, the Naval Reserve, the Marine Corps Reserve, the Air National Guard of the United States, the Air Force Reserve, and the Coast Guard Reserve (10 USC 261).
Page 495 - Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Manpower, Reserve Affairs. Installations, and Environment...
Page 1 - We are faced with a potential drop in revenue as installations close and we bring some of our forces back from Europe. We intend to monitor carefully the impact of this transition on the quality of life of our service members and their families. The Persian Gulf mobilization has reinforced the direct link between mission readiness and morale support activities for our forces.
Page 4 - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, it is indeed a pleasure to appear before you today and to give you a brief word picture of the activities of the Army Ground Forces.
Page 604 - Our task today is to shape our defense capabilities to these changing strategic circumstances. In a world less driven by an immediate threat to Europe and the danger of global war, in a world where the size of our forces will increasingly be shaped by the needs of regional contingencies and peacetime presence, we know that our forces can be smaller.
Page 301 - Research study, mandated by the congressional appropriations committees, there was a national shortage of 6,000 CRNAs for 1990, or a 13.6 * shortfall. It further reported the need for 30,000 CRNAs by the year 2000, and over 35,000 CRNAs by the year 2010.
Page 301 - Medical Quality Assurance", 2). DoD Directive 6025.6, "Licensure of DoD Health Care Providers", and 3). DoD Directive 6025.11, "Health Care Provider Credentials Review and Clinical Privileging", which also specifies supervision and scope of practice requirements. The report notes that DoD policy does not require direct supervision of CRNAs by anesthesiologists, nor does it restrict CRNA practice to selected procedures. Rather, it authorizes hospital commanders to make decisions about the level of...
Page 593 - Application of the concept will be geared to recognition that in many Instances the lower peacetime sustaining costs of reserve force units, compared to similar active units, can result in a larger total force for a given budget or the same size force for a lesser budget.