Nominations of Vice Adm. Robert E. Kramek to be Commandant and Rear Adm. Arthur E. Henn to be Vice Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, Second Session, May 3, 1994

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Page 12 - ... essentially achieved and can now be carried on almost totally by the states. Federal funding levels can be reduced without negative impact on recreational boating safety. Boating fatalities per 100,000 boats have been reduced from 20.2 in 1971 to 4.0 in 1992. In addition, the states now collectively spend over four times the amount of funding provided by the Federal Government, and states will continue to receive some mandatory Federal funds ($7.5 million In fiscal year 1995, $10.0 million in...
Page 6 - Mr. Chairman, I am pleased to appear before you and the other members of this committee to discuss the supplemental request of the United States Secret Service for fiscal year 1980.
Page 12 - FROM THE BOAT SAFETY ACCOUNT OF THE AQUATIC RESOURCES TRUST FUND FOR THE WORTHWHILE PROGRAMS THAT BENEFIT RECREATIONAL BOATING SAFETY.
Page 6 - Thank you again for the opportunity to appear before you today. And I will be happy to answer any questions that you may have at the appropriate time.
Page 4 - I, too, would like my opening statements to be included in the record if I may. The CHAIRMAN. It will be included in the record.
Page 12 - It should be noted that while the Administration budget proposes to terminate the discretionary appropriation for the State RBS Grant Program, the States will continue to receive Federal boat safety funds under the mandatory appropriation. These funds are transferred from the Sport Fish Restoration Account to the Secretary of Transportation, as provided by the Clean Vessel Act of 1992. Funding increases from $7.5 million in fiscal year 1995, to $10 million in 1996 and 1997, and $20 million in fiscal...
Page 2 - JULY 21, 1994 Admiral Robert E. Kramek Commandant United States Coast Guard Admiral Robert E. Kramek is the 20th Commandant of the United States Coast Guard. He is both a Surface Operations Specialist and Naval Engineer with extensive service in all CG regions including the Atlantic, Pacific, Caribbean and Alaska. Admiral Kramek's previous assignments include Chief of Staff of the US Coast Guard and command of two Coast Guard Districts, the 13th District in the Pacific Northwest and the 7th District...
Page 2 - ... Northwest and Sector 7 Southeast US which are Navy Coastal Defense Commands. He graduated with honors, from the USCG Academy with a BS in Engineering in 1961. Admiral Kramek attended post graduate schools at the University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins University and the University of Alaska. He has received Master of Science Degrees in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Management. He also attended the US Naval War College in Newport, Rl and graduated...
Page 12 - ... Program, of necessity, had to be considered a potential candidate for reduction to meet mandated budget targets, in competition with other Coast Guard programs. In the context of significant operational and personnel resource reductions, and the adverse impact of additional operational resource cuts which would be necessary if the Coast Guard were to continue the State Recreational Boating Safety Grant Program, the administration concluded that the grant program should be offered as part of the...
Page 12 - ... While the administration budget proposes to terminate the discretionary appropriation for the State RBS Grant Program, the States will continue to receive Federal boat safety funds under the mandatory appropriation transferred from the Sport Fish Restoration Account of the Aquatic Resources Trust Fund to the Secretary of Transportation, as provided by the Clean Vessel Act of 1992, which increases from...

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