50a U.S. Code Rule - Omitted

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Section 1878y,Pub. L. 88–437, § 1,Aug. 14, 1964, 78 Stat. 444, authorized extension of loan of ships, subject to appropriate terms and conditions, as follows: Argentina, two submarines, and Brazil, two destroyers (authorized by sections 1878e to 1878i of this Appendix); China, four destroyers (authorized by sections 1878 to 1878d of this Appendix); Germany, five destroyers, and Greece, four destroyers (authorized by sections 1878e to 1878i of this Appendix); Italy, three submarines, and Japan, one submarine, four destroyers, two destroyer escorts (authorized by sections 1878 to 1878i of this Appendix); Netherlands, two submarines (authorized by Act July 11, 1952, 66 Stat. 587, as amended); Peru, one destroyer, Spain, one submarine, three destroyers, and Thailand, one destroyer escort (authorized by sections 1878e to 1878i of this Appendix); and Turkey, five submarines (authorized by sections 1878e to 1878i and 1879 of this Appendix).
Section 1878z,Pub. L. 88–437, § 2,Aug. 14, 1964, 78 Stat. 444, limited extension of loans to a five year period and to an additional five year period, terminable earlier because of defense requirements of United States.
Section 1878aa,Pub. L. 88–437, § 3,Aug. 14, 1964, 78 Stat. 444, required Secretary of Defense to determine extension of loans to be in best interest of United States and to report extensions to Congress.
Section 1878bb,Pub. L. 88–437, § 4,Aug. 14, 1964, 78 Stat. 444, authorized promulgation of rules and regulations.

 

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