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[87 STAT. 613]
[87 STAT. 613]
PUBLIC LAW 93-000—MMMM. DD, 1973

87

STAT.]

613

PUBLIC LAW 93-155-NOV. 16, 1973

(5) procurement of naval torpedoes and relati'd support equipment; miless funds therefor have been specifically authorized by hiw. " (b) Congress shall authorize the personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each reserve component of the armed forces. No funds may be appropriated for any fiscal year for the pay and allowances of members of any reserve component of the armed forces unless the personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of that reserve component for that fiscal year has been authorized by law. "(c)(1) Congress shall authorize the end strength as of the end of each fiscal year for active-duty personnel for each component of the armed forces. No funds may be appropriated for any fiscal year to or for the use of the active-duty personnel of any component of the armed forces unless the end strength for active-duty personnel of that component for that fiscal year has been authorized by law. "(2) Congress shall authorize the end strength as of the end of each fiscal year for civilian personnel for each component of the Department of Defense. No funds may be appropriated for any fiscal year to or for the use of the civilian personnel of any component of the Department of Defense unless the end strength for civilian personnel of that component for that fiscal year has been authorized by law. "(3) The Secretary of Defense shall submit to Congress a written report, not later than February 15 of each fiscal year, recommending the annual active duty end strength level for each component of the armed forces for the next fiscal year and the annual civilian personnel end strength level for each component of the Department of Defense for the next fiscal year, and shall include in that report justification for the strength levels recommended and an explanation of the relationship between the personnel strength levels recommended for that fiscal year and the national security policies of the United States in effect at the time. The justification and explanation shall specify in detail for all military forces, including each land force division, carrier and other major combatant vessel, air wing, and other comparable unit, the— " (A) unit mission and capability; " (B) strategy which the unit supports; and " (C) area of deployment and illustrative areas of potential deployment, including a description of any United States commitment to defend such areas. I t shall also include a detailed discussion of (i) the manpower required for support and overhead functions within the armed forces and the Department of Defense, (ii) the relationship of the manpower required for support and overhead functions to the primary combat missions and support policies, and (iii) the manpower required to be stationed or assigned to duty in foreign countries and aboard vessels located outside the territorial limits of the United States, its territories, and possessions. " (d)(1) Congress shall authorize the average military trainingstudent loads for each component of the armed forces. Such authorization is not required for unit or crew training student loads, but is required for student loads for the following individual training categories— " (A) recruit and specialized training; " (B) flight training; " (C) professional training in military and civilian institutions; and " (D) officer acquisition training. No funds may be appropriated for any fiscal year for training military personnel in the traming categories described in clauses (A) - (D)

Selected R e serve p e r s o n n e l strength.

Active-duty personnel strength.

Civilian p e r s o n nel s t r e n g t h.

Report to Congress.

Student military training.