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February 21, 1978 - Image 10

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MANAG EMENT.
OPPORTUNITIES

Page 10-Tuesday, February 21, 1978-The Michigan Daily
BRITISH REPORT RELEASED:

The United States Navy has some exciting'openings for recent
college graduates to assume executive level responsibilities.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The Navy Supply Corps officers, the Business Administrator of the Navy, has
responsibilities for purchasing, inventory control, financial management,
computer systems, transportation, research and development, and retail ac-
tivities. The successful candidate will be 19-26 years old and have a BA/BS
degree in business, economics or computer science. Age waivers are
available for veterans.
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
We have a few openings for Administrative and Personnel Managers. These
positions include middle management level planning, administrtative respon-
sibilities, personnel employment and control. The successful applicant will be
19-26 years old and have a BA/BS degree in management, business or related
field with some math background. Age waivers are available for veterans.
ENGINEERING
For the aspiring Engineer we have openings in the following areas: Nuclear
Engineering, Aviation Engineering, Ship Design, building and maintenance
and Civil Engineering. The successful applicant will be 19-26 years old and
have a BA/BS degree in engineering, physics or related field. Advanced
training, valuable experience and responsibility are waiting for those who
qualify.
For the ambitious young graduate, these positions offer travel, an outstan-
ding salary and benefits package, as well as unusual personal and
professional growth opportunities. By his or her fourth year, the Naval Of-
ficer earns over $17,500. The Naval Officer who chooses to leave the service
after an initial 4-year obligation has full veterans benefits and the kind of
technical and management experience sought by business and industry.
The Navy Officer information Team will be in the
Engineering Placement Office on February 23. Sign up
NOW for an appointment or CALL (313) 226-7845 COLLECT.

NATOeiitia lags behind U...R.

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LONDON (AP) - The British gov-
ernment said yesterday the Soviet mili-
tary buildup is outstripping that of the
NATO allies in the air, at sea and on
land.
The Labor government report said
the Russians are spending between 11
per cent and 13 per cent of their re-
sources on the buildup.
"SOVIET FORCES have in many
areas been strengthened in size and

quality on a scale which goes well
beyond the need of any purely defensive
posture," it said.
Moscow's military capability goes
well beyond Europe into Africa, and the
Soviet government is able to deploy
military resources rapidly "in support
of its political interests in the Third
World," the report said.
It gave these examples of increases
in Soviet naval power in the eastern
Atlantic and in land power in central
Europe in the past 10 years:
" The number of nuclear-powered
submarines increased from 44 to 104, or
136 per cent.
" Missile-armed cruisers and
destroyers increased from six to 23, or
283 per cent.
" Fixed-wing maritime aircraft in-
creased from 170 to 220, or 29 per cent.
" Battle tanks increased from 7,250 to
9,500,.or 31 per cent.
" Artillery increased from 3,200 to
4,400, or 38 per cent.
9 Fixed-wing tactical aircraft in-

creased from 1,655 to 1,975, or 20 per
cent.
The British also outlined what they
said is today's balance of forces bet-
ween the Soviet-led Warsaw Pact bloc
and the NATO countries in the eastern
Atlantic and in central Europe:
" In surface ships, the communists
have 1.2 vessels for every single NATO
warship.
" In submarines the ratio is 1.4 com-
munist vessels to every NATO sub.
* There are 1.2 communist troops to
every NATO soldier.
" The communists have 2.7 main bat-
tle tanks against each NATO tank.
* In sea-based, fixed-wing tactical
aircraft, there is parity between the two
sides. But there are 2.4 land-based,
fixed-wing tactical planes on the com-
munist side to every one Western
alliance warplane.
U.S. DEFENSE officials and other
NATO leaders have similarly warned of
what they describe as an alarming

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build-up of the Soviet arsenal and have
called for an increase in Western mili-
tary spending.
The British report placed special em-
phasis on disarmament talks under
way between East and West. This
seemed to be an attempt to justify the
slowdown in recent years in Britain's
defense efforts.
The white paper noted that Britain is
increasing its nuclear submarine force,
is producing a new 155mm field howit-
zer, the FH-70, with West Germany and
Italy, and is buying 385 Tornado
multirole combat aircraft for the Royal
Air Force.
DESPITE THE defense spending
slowdown, the report said, Britain still
is doing as much if not more than most
other European NATO nations, spend-
ing 4.9 per cent of its gross national
product on defense. The West Germans,
by comparison, spend 3.4 per cent, it
said.
Britain's per-capita cost of defense
was given as $210, compared with $293
in West Germany and $482 in the United
States, where 5.5 per cent of the gross
national product is devoted to defense.
Elderly
recluse
grabbed
QUINCY, Mass. (AP) - An elderly
recluse who had kept police at bay for
12 days with a shotgun was taken into
custody yesterday afternoon.
Quincy Police Lt. James Fay said
Mary Connor, 71, was grabbed by
patrolmen when she opened the door of
her home.
NO SHOTS were fired, according to
Fay, who said that the loaded gun was
found near Connor.
The woman, who had been charged
with assault after threatening two boys
with the shotgun, was taken to Quincy
City Hospital, police said.
Quincy police were first called to the
home Feb. 8 when the family next door
complained Mrs. Connor threatened to
shoot their two sons over a dispute over
fees for snow shoveling. Officers had
staked out the house every day since.
CONNOR, A retired telephone
worker who has rarely been seen by her
neighbors in the last decade, said she
would "rig up the gun to kill myself if
anyone tries to come in."
She said she had a rifle with a
telescopic sight and a shotgun. Police
have not seen any weapons, but say
Connor's late husband, Eugene, owned
weapons and taught her to shoot.
Officers say they had put off a direct
confrontation with the woman, hoping
that she would give up. A warrant was
obtained for her arrest after the alleged
threat.
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