|LC Classifications||KF26 .C652 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 87 p.|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||73602012|
During fiscal year Appears in 4 books from Page 11 - Lakes, and those owned by, or operated for, the United States Army and . Maritime programs fiscal year [microform]: hearing, Ninety-third Congress, first session, on S. Ma Appears in 5 books from Page 71 - maritime academy students; and personnel of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, US Coast Guard, US Army Corps of Engineers, qualified representatives of marine industry, State and local governments. View digital MMA Yearbooks With the exception of the three yearbooks (, and ) that were never deposited in the Library/Archives, volumes from to are now available online. This digitization project is the first initiative that your Library is undertaking to bring the history of the Academy to life.
Books contributed by Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Addeddate Collection regionaldigitizationmass americana. MARITIME LAW. AUTHOR/EDITOR: D. Rhidian Thomas TITLE: New convention for the carriage of goods by sea - the Rotterdam rules: an analysis of the UN convention on contracts for the international carriage of goods wholly or partly by sea PUBLISHER: Witney: Lawtext Publishing, CALL NUMBER: KA34 N49 AUTHOR/EDITOR: Robert Force, A.N. . funded programs and $ billion for RDT&E funded programs. Of the $ billion, $ billion is for programs that have been designated as Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAPs). This book focuses on all funding for the key acquisition programs. To simplify the display of the various weapon systems, this book is organized by the. The Maritime Administration (“MARAD”) is amending its regulations to implement amendments to the Maritime Security Act of by the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year (“NDAA ”), the Consolidated Appropriations Act, (“CAA ”), and the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year (“NDAA.
Text H.R. (93 rd): A bill to authorize appropriations for the fiscal year for certain maritime programs of the Department of Commerce. React to this bill with an emoji Save your opinion on this bill on a six-point scale from strongly oppose to strongly support. Deficits now seemed to be a permanent part of the fiscal scene. Deficits had emerged as a concern during the stagnant s. Then, in the s, they grew further as President Ronald Reagan () pursued a program of tax cuts and increased military spending. By , the deficit had swelled to $, million, or more than 22 percent of Author: Mike Moffatt. Authorizes the following fiscal year appropriations for maritime programs of the Departments of Commerce: (1) $,, for acquisition, construction, or reconstruction of vessels; (2) $,, for payment of obligations incurred for ship operation subsidies; (3) $20,, for research and development; (4) $3,, for reserve fleet expenses; (5) $8,, for . Preface. The Department of the Army Historical Summary for Fiscal Year is the latest in a series of periodic reports of the Army's expenditures, work, and accomplishments that began with Secretary of War John C. Calhoun's report to President James Monroe in This year's report is the fourth to be published separately by the Army following cancellation of the Annual .