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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-456—SEPT. 29, 1988

102 STAT. 2089

Fort Eustis, $5,000,000. Fort Lee, $4,800,000. Fort Pickett, $4,000,000. Vint Hill Farms Station, $800,000. WASHINGTON

Fort Lewis, $19,800,000. WISCONSIN

Fort McCoy, $2,100,000. VARIOUS LOCATIONS

Oassified Locations, $3,600,000. db) OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.—The Secretary of the Army may acquire real property and may carry out military construction projects in the amounts shown for each of the following instsdlations and locations outside the United States: GERMANY

Ansbach, $15,000,000. Friedberg, $1,300,000. Giessen, $6,300,000. Grafenwoehr Training Area, $7,000,000. Hohenfels Training Area, $36,960,000. Karlsruhe, $2,550,000. Mainz, $19,550,000. Mannheim, $14,400,000. Rheinberg, $12,400,000. Schwemfurt, $9,700,000. Stuttgart, $3,350,000. Vilseck, $44,600,000. Wiesbaden, $13,900,000. Worms, $1,300,000. Wuerzburg, $33,650,000. Various Locations, $18,000,000. HONDURAS

Site 5, $3,050,000. ITALY

Various Locations, $1,250,000. JAPAN

Various Locations, $7,900,000. Various Locations, $5,300,000. KOREA

Camp Casey, $3,700,000. Camp Gary Owen, $1,150,000. Camp Greaves, $1,540,000. Camp Hovey, $3,200,000. Camp Kittyhawk, $1,350,000. Camp Libby, $1,150,000.