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[74 Stat. 246]
[74 Stat. 246]
PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960

246 Defense Department. Military records, claims.

To u r s o f duty outside U. S.

PUBLIC LAW 86-633-JUNE 29, 1960

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(4) Section 1552(f) of title 10 of the United States Code, relating to reports to Congress by the Secretary of Defense with respect to claims incident to correction of military records, which reads as follows: "(f) The Secretary of Defense for the military departments, and the Secretary of the Treasury for the Coast Guard, shall report to Congress every six months on claims paid under this section during the period covered by the report. The report shall include for each claim the name of the claimant, a brief description of the claim, and a statement of the amount paid.". (5)(A) Section 714 of title 10 of the United States Code, relating to reports to Congress with respect to length of tours of duty outside the United States by members of the Army and Air Force, which reads as follows: "§ 714. Reports to Congress on length of tours of duty outside United States by members of Army and Air Force "The Secretary of Defense shall advise the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives, on April 1 and October 1 of each year, of the regulations governing the length of tours of duty outside the United States by members of the Army and the Air Force, including any changes in those regulations.". (B) That part of the analysis of chapter 41 of title 10 of the United States Code which reads as follows: "714. Reports to Congress on length of tours of duty outside United States by members of Army and Air Force.".

Military and net val installations.

A i r Force Department. Salvage claims..

(6) Section 408(b) of the Act entitled "An Act to authorize certain construction at military and naval installations, and for other purposes", approved June 17, 1950 (64 Stat. 245), which reads as follows: " (b) The Secretary of Defense is authorized and directed to make a report to the Congress at the beginning of the first session of the Eighty-second Congress, and at the beginning of the first session of each succeeding Congress, listing all projects for the establishment or development of military, naval, or air-force installations and facilities by the construction, installation, or equipment of temporary or permanent public works which have been authorized by the Congress subsequent to the beginning of the Eightieth Congress and for which adequate funds for the completion thereof have not been appropriated. The report shall include any recommendations which the secretary of Defense deems appropriate with respect to the rescission of all, or any portion, of the authority to proceed with any such project.". (7)(A) Section 9805 of title 10 of the United States Code, relating to certain reports to Congress by the Secretary of the Air Force with respect to certain claims against and by the United States, which reads as follows: "§ 9805. Reports to Congress "The Secretary of the Air Force shall report to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives within 20 days after paying a claim in an amount over $3,000 under section 9802 of this title, or receiving payment of a claim under section 9803 or 9804 of this title. The report shall include a description of the claim, the names of the vessels involved, a statement of the amount paid or received, the basis of the determination, and other pertinent information. The Secretary shall also report to Congress at each session all amounts paid or received under those sections during the period covered by the report. However, during a war, the Secretary may omit from a report under this section any information the disclosure of which he believes would prejudice the national security.".