4 edition of Defense budget for FY1995 found in the catalog.
Published 1994 by Administrator in Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress
Cover title.This brief is no longer in the active file.It is being sent to provide historical background information.Updated December 7, 1994.Microfiche. Arlington, Va. : University Publications of America. 1995. 1 microfiche : negative. (Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service. 1995 supplement ; 95-IB-94017a).
|Statement||Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress|
|Publishers||Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
|2||Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1995, 95-IB-94017a.|
|3||Issue brief (Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service) -- IB94017a.|
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military as "the best equipped force. FALSE CLAIMS AND A FEW FACTS As the Senate considers the Clinton defense budget, it should be aware of the budget's many claims and of the facts which contradict them.
Active duty totals do not include full time Guard and Reserve. We cannot guarantee that 1995 Defense Budget book is in the library. 8 Deputy Secretary of Defense John Deutch, Pentagon press briefing, October 13, 1994.
CRS Report RS20535, Navy Ship Procurement Rate and the Planned Size of the Navy: Background and Issues for Congress, by Ronald O'Rourke. Fiscal Year:1995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007 Department of Defense military activities only Military Personnel70.
CLINTON CLAIM: The proposed defense budget for next five years Will not result in a "hollow" military similar to the one that existed in the 1970s. Figure 1 graphically displays shares of DOD budget authority by service for the FY2003 budget request. The ac- tive-duty Army end strength requested for fiscal 1995 is 5 10,000 persons. Table 10 shows the trend in total national defense budget authority and outlays in current and constant FY2003 dollars from FY1940 to FY2007.
Outlays — money spent by a federal agency from funds provided by Congress.