+ − Parent Committee US - Armed Services (House) + − Bills Assigned (16) US - HR368 A bill to amend the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, to establish a new ship construction and reconstruction program to ensure adequate national defense capabilities, and for other purposes. US - HR892 A bill to require that a three-year supply of coke be acquired for the National Defense Stockpile. US - HR1464 A bill to amend the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act regarding the export of agricultural commodities, and for other purposes. US - HR1662 A bill to reaffirm the policy in current law concerning construction of United States naval vessels on the Pacific Coast and to direct the President to report to Congress on the implementation of that policy. US - HR2144 A bill to establish a Ready Reserve-Sealift Enhancement Revolving Fund. US - HR2197 Commission on Merchant Marine and Defense Amendments of 1985 US - HR2356 Department of Defense Conflict of Interest Act of 1985 US - HR2556 Department of Defense Authorization Act, 1986 US - HR3743 A bill to provide for the establishment by law of the goals for the National Defense Stockpile, and for other purposes. US - HR3798 A bill to authorize the establishment of a Merchant Ship Revolving Fund, and for other purposes. US - HR4136 Military Auxiliary Vessel Revolving Fund Act US - HR4146 A bill to authorize the establishment of a Military Auxiliary Revolving Fund within the Treasury of the United States, and for other purposes. US - HR4428 National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 US - HR4530 A bill to amend the Department of Defense Authorization Act, 1985, to provide that members of the Commission on Merchant Marine and Defense shall not be considered to be Federal employees for certain purposes, to extend the deadline for reports of the Commission, and to extend the availability of funds appropriated to the Commission. US - HR4781 Strategic and Critical Materials Stock Piling Amendments Act of 1986 US - HR5532 A bill to prohibit the implementation of a rule of the Department of Defense that would establish procedures for determining whether rates charged by vessels of the United States or belonging to the United States are excessive under the Cargo Preference Act of 1904.