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COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES
MELVIN PRICE, Illinois, Chairman
WILLIAM L. DICKINSON, Alabama SAMUEL S. STRATTON, New York
G. WILLIAM WHITEHURST, Virginia RICHARD C. WHITE, Texas
FLOYD SPENCE, South Carolina BILL NICHOLS, Alabama
ROBIN BEARD, Tennessee JACK BRINKLEY, Georgia
DONALD J. MITCHELL, New York
ROBERT W. DANIEL, JR., Virginia
DAVID F. EMERY, Maine
PAUL TRIBLE, Virginia PATRICIA SCHROEDER, Colorado
ROBERT E. BADHAM, California ABRAHAM KAZEN, JR., Texas
CHARLES F. DOUGHERTY, Pennsylvania ANTONIO B. WON PAT, Guam
JIM COURTER, New Jersey LARRY MCDONALD, Georgia
LARRY J. HOPKINS, Kentucky BOB STUMP, Arizona
ROBERT W. DAVIS, Michigan BEVERLY B. BYRON, Maryland
KEN KRAMER, Colorado NICHOLAS MAVROULES, Massachusetts DUNCAN L. HUNTER, California EARL HUTTO, Florida
JAMES L. NELLIGAN, Pennsylvania IKE SKELTON, Missouri
THOMAS F. HARTNETT, South Carolina MARVIN LEATH, Texas DAVE MCCURDY, Oklahoma THOMAS M. FOGLIETTA, Pennsylvania ROY DYSON, Maryland DENNIS M. HERTEL, Michigan JOSEPH F. SMITH, Pennsylvania
JOHN J. FORD, Staff Director
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVISS
Washington, D.C., Thursday, Julia: The committee met, pursuant to notice, at 10:34 a... II roors 2118, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Melvin Price chairmar. of the committee) presiding.
The CHAIRMAN. The Chair will forego his usual statemen: to save a little time. We will move right into the witnesses. OPENING STATEMENT OF HON. MELVIN PRICE, CHAIRMAN, HOUSE ARMEL SERVICES
COMMITTEE This morning the first order of business before the committee wil be consideration of H. Res. 512 directing the Secretary of Defense to provide certair informatio to the House of Representatives relating to the procurement of the (-55 aircrat within 10 days from the date the resolution would be adopted.
As the members know, this is a privileged resolution that the committee is in quired under the rules to report within seven legislative days. Because : tos pa forma sessions during the district work period, that period expirec 1a5. Monas: asked and received unanimous consent to permit the committee is extend tos porting date from last Monday, July 12, to midnight on Monday, Jal::
I regard this resolution as a very serious matter. Althougr the resciutit go itself mandates the production of certain information, implicit rr. the resciutta: the material in support of it are allegations of improper condus: C: L' DEDepartment of Defense officials. These allegations need to be substantiated gas proved.
Our witnesses this morning on the resolution will be representars' Dicks who will be accompanied by Representative Richarc - teprar: PDR tive Dan Glickman, and Representative Joel Pritcharc The genera Department of Defense, the Honorable William H. Taf: Ti Dicks and the other Members. Since the committee nas a number issues before it that must be acted on today, I wouic apprecia:: could make their presentations as brief as possible
[H. Res. 512 is as follows:]
H. RES. 512
Directing the Secretary of Defense to furnish certain information to the House of
Representatives relating to procurement of the C-5B aircraft.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
JUNE 22, 1982 Mr. Dicks (for himself, Mr. GLICKMAN, Mr. GEPHARDT, Mr. BONKER, Mr.
SWIFT, Mr. LOWRY of Washington, Mr. Smith of Oregon, Mr. PRITCHARD, Mr. DOWNEY, Mr. MORRISON, and Mr. AuCoin) submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on Armed Services
RESOLUTION Directing the Secretary of Defense to furnish certain information
to the House of Representatives relating to procurement of the C-5B aircraft.
Resolved, That the Secretary of Defense is directed to
2 furnish to the House of Representatives, not later than ten
3 days following the adoption of this resolution, full and com
4 plete information regarding the following:
(1) All records of activities by Department of De
fense personnel during the period beginning on May
24, 1982, and ending on the date of the adoption of
this resolution to establish a computer data base for
the coordination of contacts and commitments for con