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JANUARY 14-DECEMBER 19, 1975
MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS ON
PUBLIC BILLS, VI
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1975
332. Authorize appropriations for Energy Research and Development Adminis-
tration, fiscal 1976 and transition quarter.
356. Amend Wild and scenic rivers act, designate segment of Housatonic River
for inclusion in National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.
338. Amend Wild and scenic rivers act, designate segment of Allegheny River for
inclusion in National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.
360. Authorize appropriations, Indian Claims Commission, fiscal 1976.
Alaska concerning Alaska native claims settlement act.
agencies appropriation bill, 1976.
367. Amend Land and water conservation fund act of 1965, establish National
Historic Preservation Fund.
368. Disapprove regulations implementing Presidential recordings and materials
369. Parole Commission act.
370. Agricultural pest control.
371. Disapprove Federal statutory pay reduction.
372. Authorize Public Printer to designate employees to administer oaths.
373. Print as Senate Document, 1974 annual report of National Forest Reserva-
374. Additional expenditures by Committee on Rules and Administration.
375. Executive Protective Service.
376. Military construction authorization, fiscal 1976.
377. Indian submarginal lands transfer act.
378. Small business emergency relief act.
379. National school lunch act and Child nutrition act of 1966 amendments of
380. Expand coverage of Rehabilitation and betterment act.
381. Government in the sunshine act.
382. Amend rules of Senate relating to open committee meetings.
383. Interim extension of FIFRA.
385. Authorize appropriations, fiscal 1976 and period July 1-Sept. 30, 1976, for
military procurement, etc.
386. Emergency grain standards amendments of 1975.
387. Omnibus district judgeship bill.
388. Quarterly adjustments, support prices for milk.
389. National Ski Week.
399. Eradication of brucellosis.
400. Amend Jury selection and service act of 1968.
401. Welcome Emperor and Empress of Japan.
402. Disapprove deferral of budget authority.
403. First budget rescission bill, fiscal 1976.
404. Omnibus circuit judgeship bill.
405. Extend authority for purchase of U.S. obligations by Federal Reserve banks.
406. International development and food assistance act of 1975.
407. Maritime appropriation authorization act of 1975.*
408. Amend Water resources planning act of 1965.
409. Disapprove regulations proposed by Federal Election Commission.
410. RESPA amendments.
412. Peace Corps authorization, fiscal 1976, and transition quarter.
REPORT No. 94-329
EXTENSION OF AUTHORITY FOR SPECIAL PAY FOR
NUCLEAR-QUALIFIED NAVAL OFFICERS
JULY 24 (legislative day, JULY 21), 1975.--Ordered to be printed
Mr. Nuxx, from the Committee on Armed Services,
submitted the following
[To accompany S. 2114]
The Committee on Armed Services, to which was referred the bill (S. 2114) to amend title 37, United States Code, relating to special pay for nuclear qualified officers, and for other purposes, having considered the same, reports favorably thereon with an amendment in the nature of a substitute and recommends that the bill as amended do pass.
NATURE OF THE SENATE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT S. 2114, as recommended by the Defense Department and referred to this committee, would have extended the current special pay authority for nuclear-trained naval officers until September 30, 1980, and would have instituted a new and permanent system of nuclear career incentive pay similar to the incentive pay now authorized for aviators.
The Senate committee amendment provides for a simple extension of current authority for special pay for nuclear-trained naval officers until September 30, 1977, the end of fiscal year 1977.
PURPOSE OF LEGISLATION Authority for special pay for nuclear-trained naval officers expired on June 30, 1975. This authority provides for one payment of $15,000 to each naval officer qualified for duty in connection with the supervision, operation and maintenance of naval nuclear propulsion plants who, prior to completion of 10 years of active service, agrees to remain