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AF TENCAP . 10.479 19,979 13.479 18,979

SPECIAL EVALUATION PROGRAI1 .••. ............. 184.239 164.239 194.239

CO"PASS CALL , , , ., .•.. 3.790 12,790 3,790 8.790

AJRCRAfT ENGINE C~PONENT I"PROY~ENT P~RA" .••••. 180.112 150,112 180,112 160.112

CSAF INNOVATION PROGRAM •.. , , ..•••• , . 1,880 2.880 1.880 2,880

JOINT AIR· TO· SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE (JASSN) .•.•..•.• 31,216 20,216 31, 216 25.716

AEROSPACE OPERATIONS CENTER (AOC)....... . .. 27,857 27,887 27,887 27.887

CONTROL AND REPOllTING CENTER (CRe) ......•... 16.083 18,063 16.083 16,083

AJR50R1tE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM (_CS) ••••. 270.397 270,397 270.397 270.397

AQVANCED CONNUNICATIONS SYSTENS ...•.•.. 12.312 '2.312 12,312 '2.312


ADVANCED PROGRAH TECHNOLOGY ... ..• , .. 283,392 266.392 283,392 265,99'

TliEATER BATTLE MANAGEMENT (TBM) C4I .•......••••.. 31.847 33,147 3' .647 32,947

FIGHTER TACTICAL DATA LINK ... 42.877 42,877 42.877 42,877

SOtI6ER TACTICAL OATA lINK . 12,959 12,95B 12.959 12,959

C2ISR TACTICAL DATA LINK •.•••••• , 28,927 26,927 26.927 26,927

rtC2C (NULTI·SENSOR CONNANO AND CONTROL CONSTELLATION) 363,630 363,630 363.830 363.630
JOJNT SURVIULl.ANCE AND TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSre. ... 158,431 68,431 58,431 58.431

SEEK EAGLE ...... HI ,58? 19,687 19,587 1Q,587

AOVANCED PROGRAM E\lALUATIllN., ••• ,. , .•••.•. 425,486 425.486 245,052 295.052


USAF MODELING AND S!NULATION •..••• , 6,463 '4.463 8.483 12.983

WARGANING AND SIMULATION CENTERS ••. 6.262 6,262 6.'82 7,262

MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS, ••.• , •.•.. 62.348 52.348 82,348 52,348

INFORMATION _FARE SUPPOllT••...• 12.001 '2,09' 12,09' 12,09'

NAIC., .. 5.000

MISSILE AHD SPACE TECIINICAL COLLECTION .. 8.000 3.000

E·46 NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPERATIONS CENTER (NADe) •••••. 44,377 44.377 44,377
"IHIMUM ESSENTIAL E"ERGENC"r' COPtMUNlCA1l0HS NETWORK .. '\0,716 10,71e 10,716

INFOll"ATION SYSTENS SECURITY PIIOGRAN •••... 37,eS7 45,167 39,667 46.387

GLOBAL C0Il5AT SUPPOllT SYST1!" ..•.• , ... 17 ,473 17 ,473 17,473 17 ,1173
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GLOBAL CONMND AND CONTROL SYSTEII ••••.••• , . 3.547 3.547 3.547 3.547

CONNUNICATlONS SECURITY (COIISEC), ..................... 4.000

NILSATCON TERNINALS" ... " 173.831 173.831 173.831 173.831

SELECTED ACTIViTIES •.••.•. ..... ..... .... . .. 107,800 93,800 97.800 1.4.200

GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC PlANAGENENT (GATN) ..• , •... , •.•.....• 7,164 7,184 7,184 7,164

SATELLITE CO!ITROL NETl«lRK (SPACE) •.••.•.•••. , ••.•.. , '8,603 18,803 21.603 20,703

WEATHER SERVICE,., , .. , ............... ................ 16,317 16.3'7 16.317 16.317

AIR TRAFFIC CllNTROL, APPROACH, AND lANDING SYSTEN (ATC 10,622 10,822 10.622 10,622

SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIViTIES .............. ". 474 474 20.474 20,474

AIR FoRCE TACTICAL NEASURENENT AND SIGNATURE INTELLIGE 7,510 7,610 1.510 7,5to

DEFENSE RECONNAISSANCE SUPFORT ACTIVITIES (sPACE) •.•.. 232,287 128.767 232,287 88,767

DEFENSE NETEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE PROGRAIt (sPACE) •• 818 918 918 916

NAVSTAll GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (USER EQUIPltENT) (SP 100.589 100,889 100.589 100,589

NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEN (SPACE AND CONTROL S 146,486 148._ 148,468 148,488

SPACE WARfARf CENTER ........ " ... .................... 404 404 404 404

SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEN (SPACE) .•. " .•... , ...... ,., ... 83.210 78,710 83,210 70,710

DRAGON U·2 (JNIP) .. , ......................... , 52,818 38,7'8 57.618 47,018

ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES ..• " •... ". 398.631 398,331 402,131 404,931

AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SVSTEHS •..• 77 .823 77 ,823 78,823 76,623

I1ANNEO RECONNAISSANCE SVSTEIIS., ., ... ............. 14.726 14.728 14.726 14.726

0lSTRI8UTED COHIION GROUND SYSTEM,. , ................. 27,107 26,107 27,107 28.107

HeNC • TI//AA SYSTEN." ....... " .... ............ , ... ". 57.933 87.933 S7.933 67.833

SPACETRACK (SPACE) ..... , ..... " .... .. ............... 118.234 118,234 118,234 118,234

NUDET DE'lECTlDN SYSTEN \ SPACE) , •.•... 35.834 35.834 35.834 35.834

SPACE ARCHITECT .• , .
. . . . . , .. .. . . .. ,., 12.589 12.589 12.889 12.889

SHAllEO EARl.Y WARNING (SEW)., ••.•.•..• , 3,254 3.284 3.254 3,254

C·130 AIRLIFT SQUAORCM .... " .,., ........... 105.381 108.381 111,506 105.3e1

C·5 AIRLIFT SOUAOAONS ........... , ................. , ... 356,670 358.670 356.670 388.670

C-17 AIRCRAFT .. , ." ... , ............ 184,089 186,789 '84.089 185.489

C-13OJ PROGRAIL 13.551 13.651 13.551 13.551


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LAAGE AIRCRAFT IR COlmTERllEI\SURES (LAlReH) .. 45,946 45.946 45.945 45,946

KC·'35S ..••.....••...... 1.473 1.473 1.473 3.173

ICC-lOS . 2.306 2,306 2.306 2,308

DEPOT MINTEHANCE (NON. IF) .. 1.41M1 1,406 1,406 1,406

INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS .. 39,396 51.3116 55.8" 57.496

LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES . 2.000 1,400

PROOUCTIVITY. RELIABILITY. AVAILABILITY. IlAINTAIN. PAll 6,800 9,000 9,000

SuPPORT SVSTEI\S DEVELOPHENT .. !l-4.034 69.034 72.034 73.534

SERVICE·WIDE SUPPORT (NOT OTIlEOWISE ACCOUNTED FOR) . 4.392 4.392 4.392 4.3B2

CIVILIAN COHPENSATION PROGRAH .. 1.130 7.130 7.130 7.130

FINANCIAL MNAGEHENT INFOAHATION SVSTEHS DEVELOPHENT .. 13,404 13,484 13,464 13.464

COBRA BALL .. 1,500 1,100

TOTAL. OPERATIONAL SVSTEHS OEVELOPHENT.•.•..•. 5,479.695 5.405.404 5.395.888 5.396.370

CLASSIFIEO PROGRAHS ..• , . 5.245.896 5,495,398 5,245,898 5.448.896

TOTAL. RE5EAReH. DEVELOPHENT. TEST & EVAL. AF ....•.. 20.338,258 20.104.287 20.086.280 20.000,984
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DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES
C......
National Hypel1lOnic R.... rch Center
204,754 212,254
->4,000
+3,500
2Oll,5S4 214,804
+2,000
+2,000
Quantum Info TechnolOgy +1,600 +1,100
Non-lethal stunning/Immobilizing weapons research +500 +500
InformallOn 5ecurtly and Cyber Counter Terrortsm +3,500 +1,800
Thin Film Magnetic Ma18r1all +2,000 +1.400
National Folonles Research +3,600 +1,700
Col1'OSion P_lon of Aluminum Alloys Used In A1rcrolt +1,000 +1,000
Reduce biological '....arch -5,000 -5,000
Hyparaonlca funding (NAI) ·1,990 0
Spaco Accau (NAI) ·210 0
Co.1 Baaed Jet Fuel +2,550
Advanced AdapUve Optics +1,000
UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES 105~4 108,724 105,224 107,224
Netwll'" .nd Info"""Uon Spaee Securi1y Canler +2,000 +1,000
Kolly Moto~a1 Scl.nce end Englnoenng laboratory +1,500 +1,000
4 MATERIAJ.S 88,657 88,857 105,743 110,157
Compooile Fire Solely Initiative eon.ortlum +3,000 +1,500
Ad.onCOd Wide elndgop Ma"'rlalS +3,000 +2,600
Computational Tooll fo' Mate~.1 Developmont +1,500 +1,000
Gallium Nitnde Mlcroeleetromcs and Material
Development +3,500 +1,100
Tyndall AFRL Roo.. rch .nd Development ->4,000 +2,400
Discontlnuoue Titanium M8trix Composites for Aefospace
AppllcaUons +1,000 +1,000
Wright Brothe" InoUlu'" • NanolllrUetured toleterlall lor
Advanced AF ConcoplS +4,000 +5,500 +4,000
Tilanlum Matrix CompoSItes Progr.m +3,100 +2,900
Closed Col Foem Ma"'rtll +2,000 +1,400
UV FEL Capabilities tor Aerospace Nicrofabricatton ->4,000 +2,800
StrlteglC P.rtn8l'lhlp lor Re.... rch In Nanotechnology (SPRING) +10,000 +10,000
Durable Hybr1d Coallngslor Aircraft SYlle"", +2,000 +1,200
Therm.1 Sprays for Structural Protection '3,200 +2,300
N.notachnology Re....rch +1,500 '1,000
Microfabrlcetkm +6,000 ->4,200
M.terlals for Struduros, Propuillon, .nd Su~tems (NAI) ·214 0
Compo.ita Matanel. for UAVI Initiative +1,500
AEROSPACE VEHICLE TECHNO\.OGIES 61.8&2 87,882 60,88' 64,M2
Inlelligent Floght Conlrol· SimUlation Roo.."",
laboratory +2,000 +1.200
SlnJetu.... (NAI) .853 0
Aerospace Vehicle Technology (NAIl "',148 -2.000
6 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS APPUED RESEARCH 88,785 88,715 70,785 87,885
SpecIal OpalOUons Torgel AcQUISition & Control SUite +2,500 +1.800
3-0 Auditory Dlspllly '2,000 '1,400
Aexlble Oisp'oy.nd IntOOl1lled CommunlcaUOn Devtce
IortheBAO +3,000 +1,500
DLEOS lor USAF SDF Combat Control Teem BAO Kit +2,500 +1,800
Integrated lAedioallnlonnation Technology I n _
(IMITS) (Nota: Only to conllnuo IMrre .nd expand I"'"
AIr Fo",", ellnleo In the Pacific Rim,) +12.000 +10,200
A d _ Thermol ProIedlon Syslems (ATPS) +1,000 +1,000
Solid EIOCIlOIyte Oxygen Boparotor +2,000 +1,400
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NanopBl1icles for the Oeteetion end NeullallzeUon of
Biol8rror1st Ag.... +',000 +',000
Mobile MoleaJlar Test L.ebaratay +1,000 +1,000
AEROSPACEPROPULRQN 10',575 141.075 112,0'0 128,075
Conter"" Security of L.erge-Scale Systems +3,000 +3,000
HPALM5ySlOm +3,500 +2,500
HIIEPS For SUpel1lonic Alrtrll1l +4,500 +2,200
CoH..el Bonery Conlrol (Note: Only fo' SBIR Ph..e 3
oeiliovel benery " " _ de_pmonl] +',000 +1,000
Enginseril\g Tool Improvement Program (ETIP) +5,000 +4,300
Integrated High Psyoff Ro""et Propulsion Technology +',000 +',000
Advonc:ed Vehlde end Propulsion Conte, +-7,000 +4,500
LlOhlweIoht PholovoltBlC!I "" PoItIIbIe Po_ ond
Hydrogen Generation +',000 +',000
Pha.. 3 Pulse Detonallon Oavelopmonland SBiR Pl1888
3 Laser Induced Thermal Acoustlce (lITA) Instrument
d..elopmentJ +6,000 +3,000
Hyb~d Plasllcs +1,000 +1,000
High Pow8nld Elaetrical Aircraft Copabll~Jea (HIPEACj +5,000 +3,000
Hyperoonica funding (NAI) ·'3,965 0
Rockel Propulsion Technology (NAI) .1,000 0
AEROSPACE SENSORS 75,177 8&.977 78,m 87.'77
Watchkoeper UWB Demonstration +4,500 +3,200
Conter lor Advanood Sensor an~ etmmunlcaUon
AnteMBS +5.000 +3,000
3-0 Paol<aging Technology lor High Spaed RF
CommunicaUon +4,000 +2,400
General Purpose Reconflguratkln Signal Pt'0C8BBClI1l
Sysl8m +ll,ooo +3,000
MULT101lISCIPLINARY SPACE 'lECHNOLOGY '0,528 97.528 87,073 '02,228
PholDnica Taahnology +1,000 +1.000
u.unch Vehtcle Engine Project +',000 +',000
Jet & _ e l Engtna Too' Set (JRm) +12,500 +'0,700
StIIrflre Optlcol Range Coellng Fatility +1,500 +1,000
High Speed Ai _ _ ng PropUlsion Technology (NAIl ·734 0
Muill-lllsclpiinary Spaaa Tac:hnology (NAI) -4,218 ·2.000
10 SPACE 'lECHNOLOGY 83,240 98,440 '00,310 102,110
ElasUe Memory Composites +3,000 +1.~
Converted 5nicon Carbide for High Parlormenca Optlo
Structures +3,000 +1.500
Affordable Multi-Junction SOler Cella +4,700 +2,;,00
Mlxad Signal VLSIlor Spate Vahlc:l88 Communl<:#tlons
Subayotems +2,500 +1.800
HAARP Expenmentation +5,000 +5,000
Int8llratad Control for Autonomous Spaoo Syolams
(ICASS) '+1.000 +1,000
Tec;hnology S8tellh.e or U'18 2181. centUry +5,000 +3,000
Electromagnetic Wsve Gradiorneter +3.000 +2.'00
Elaatic Memory Compaolte Materials +3.000 +',800
5UIlWalaslo' Solar COIls +2.000 +1200
5pooo CnIft Vel1lc1e Toc:hnology (NAI) ·1,930 ·1.930
12 DIRECTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGY 3S,3S9 4O,31!l1 38,859 42,4119
875mm Slabilizad Fiber Lao.. Pump DevelOpment +5,000 +2,500
NeUonai High energy Le8er C0I'\80rtium +500 +500
SlabillZad Fiber Lao., Pump D..e1opm..' +3,000 +2,'00
Adaptive Optlcol.aoeroom (Note: Tranalem>d from Une
181 +4.000 +2.000
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13 COMMAND CONTROL AND COMMUNICAnoNS 71,874 78,874 80.874 80,274
Grtftiaa\natitut8 +2.000 +1,200
MASINT Warflghler VISualization Tool. +.4,000 +4,000 +4,000
Information Protection and _an1l<;ation • Information
Hiding, Sleganography & Dlgllal Walermal1<.ilg +2,000
_ura KnOWledge Mallllgtlmeni lor Collaborative
Enl""","" Management +4,000 +2,400
Effects eased Planning EllIlCUlIon and A.....ment +1,000 +1,000
18 ADVANCED MATI!RlALS FOR WEAPON llYSTEM8 33,07' 88,079 49.982 82,478
Vapor Grown carbon Fiber +3.000 +2,100
Polymer Technology lor Agile Combat suppon +2,000 +',400
Material, Integrity ManllGement Reaeerch (MIMR) for Air
Force Systems +2,000 +',400
Quanlltallvallllll"ctIon TacnniQUllS lor _eulng Aging
of Military Aircraft "'6,000 +3,000 +3,800
Melats Aftordabllity Inltistiva +5,000 +5,000 +5,000
Molecular Mar1<1ng 01 Explosivas +3,000 +1,500
Hybnd Baanngs +2.000 +2,000 +2.000
_anoed l.asa' Program lor Ptasma Enllanoed
Chamicel VOpol' Deposition +2,000 +1,700
Advanced ComPOSite Processastor UAV Components +2,000 +1,400
E-SMART Th....t Ag""t Network +8,000 +3,000
Plasma ArclWe.ta to Energy ProduCIIon +4,000 +3,400
Educale 21S' Century 10 WOltdorce +1,500 +1,100
Ceramic Matrbc Compoeltee fOr Engines +3,000 +1,800
Natione. Aero.pece Inillatlve (NAI) ·1,597 ·1,000
Tran.paran' Conductl"" Polymer Technology +1.000
17 ADVANCED AEROllPACESENSORS 38,S80 38.5SlI 37,8110 41,550
Notional Operational Rader Slgnatura ProduClion and
Rasea'c:h capability +1,000 +5.000
18 FLIGHT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY 1 ,OlIO I ,OlIO
AFRL 5\IJdy 01 Legacy Tae:tical Alrcnrll +1,000 +1.000
19 AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEVIDEMO 73"18 84,41' ",118 ".018
AdVance Aluminum Aer08lnJcturas tnillat_ (ASt) +5.000 +.4,300
Simutallon Bllaed RelIearch end Development •
SensorCraft (UAV) +2,000 +7,000 +3,500
AdapllVe Optics I.a.."",m (Nota: Tran8lerrad to Lina 12J +4.000 0
Bias Woven Preforms Oeve)oprnenl Program +5.000 +2,500
FIy·by·'ght AvIonlc8lor UCAV +3,000 +2,100
Advanced A.1uminum AeR:l8tructurel Initiative +3.000 +2.100
UAVC.mposlla8 +2.000 +1,400
National Aerospace Inltiativa -42,298 -42,2!18
MEDLINK GIobIll Rasponse +2.000 .1,000
20 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER 114,728 119.726 74.942 94,226
AdVanceo TUlblna englna G88 Generator snd A1R:reft
Propulsion Sub.ystems IlT1egration +5.000 +2.500
51ng1O Engine Demo (NAI) -38.885 -23.000
Spac:e and 101..... Rocket PropUlsion (NAI) -B99 0
21 CREW SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL PROTEcnON 34"87 44."'7 38...7 43,187
Vktull Werrio1'8 +2,000 +1,400
La.ar Eye Protection _arch +2.000 +1,400
Crew Systems Peraonnet Protaction +2,500 +1,800
Halmet Queuing Sy._ +3,500 +1,700
The I..clglstiCl Institute +2,000 +1,000
TALON +2,000 +1,400
22 ELECTItONIC COMBAT TECHNOLOGY 28,U8 32.496 33,298 34.898
Receiva. end Pr0ce08lng Concepts E\I8Iuetion PlOlIrem +500 +500
Deled and A"91d tor UAV +3.500 +2,500
ATAR·LMSJ +4,800 +3,400
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23 BALUSTIC MISSIl£ TECHNOLOGY 0 21.000 11,_
CAV, SLV. MMIII Critical Technology Development -MOO +3,000
Ballistic MIs.lle TedlnologJl +10.000 +8.500
25 ADVANCEDSPACECRAFTTECHNOLDGY 72,". 18,1'. '01,134 '7.11.
Boron Energy Cell Development +3.000 +5.000 +3,500
Integrated Sp.ceereft Engineering Tool (ISET) .2.000 +1.700
AC Coupled Interconnect '2,000 +1,200
R.di.11y Segmented Leunch V.hicle Risk Reduction +7,000 <4.700
MRAM Inna""lIve Communlcallons MeIOIlale +2.500 +1.500
H.rdenillll Tec:hnologle. for satellite PlOtecUon (HTSP) +5.000 +3,500
AESIR ReusebIe LOXILNG Leunch VehiCle Tecl1nology +3,000 +2.100
'Thin film amorphouB BOlar array. +7.000 +••700
SeUlstic M1sa1le TechnologJl (NAIl ~80 0
Robuel Composlt. Me_Is .nd SbuCfutllS [Note:
TranBlerTed 110m Una 173.J ....000 +2.800
27 MAUl SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (MSSS) 8,323 6.3.23 5~23 52,023

High ........racy NBIwort< o-mlnellon 5)III1Om (HANDSI +10.000 +8.500

Pan Stara +12,000 +'0.200

MSSS Operetlons and R....rch +27.000 '27.000

21 MULl1-IllSClPUNARY ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT 82.110 12,810 81,055 82,810

Rocket Propulalon DamonatIalion (NAI) ·1.565 0

2B CDNVElmONAIL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY 30,518 31,511 35.511 37.516

Ma",,1'd< Missile Upg...da LOAL (L1"" Testing) +6,000 +5,000 +8.000

LOCAAS +2.000 +1,000

30 ADVANCED~ONSTECHNOLOGY 27,024 U,024 35.524 81.874

Laser Ilumlnated Viewing end RanglrQ senso,

Developmant .8.000 +4,000

GOO8ynchronDUll Llghllmaglng NatIonsl 1eatbed +5.000 +2.500

Aerospace Relay MIllO' 8~em Dernona1Ja1ion +5,000 +2.500

Leser Spark Coun'ermee8ure Program +-5.000 +4.300

Low Speed Ai, Dsta Sensor for SO Alrcrart +4.000 +3.400

Mobile Active 1111lletlng Rasau"", fo' Integrated

Experlmenta (MATRIX) +5.000 +4.300


Advanced Technology FOl IRCM Componanl
Improvement .1,600 +1,000
Wafer Integrated SernlcdOduclDr Laser +1.500 +1,100
Appilcll1lon. 01 L10AR to Vohld8& wttll Analysla (ALVA) +8.600 +8.5Oll
T.o..New MeXICO Sky SUIVay +3.250
31 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 0 2,l1OO 1,200
SIo"'.etor DemonlllnliioM snd DepfoymenlS ·2.5Oll +1.200
3.2 HIGH PERFDRMAfolCE COMPunNG MODERNIZATION 185,282 191,282 0
High Perlonnance Computer Prototype lor NRL INole:
T"'nsIa_ 10 RODW U.... 44.J +8,000 0
1"'Mler to ROTE, OW Une 44 -185,282 -186,282
33 C31 ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT 31,_ 52,038 31,538 45.338
Infonnadon Authentication .nd Pro_n '5,000 +3.000
ldentlftQ81km of TIme Critk:al Targets (Terget Under
T.....) +8.000 +4.800
Aulomelk: Acou.lk: Targat Recognition +4.000 +2.000
Inlannellon ProlectIon end Au1hentlcallon • Information
Hiding, Steganagraphy A D1g1lal Wetermartdng +:\,500
FuelOf1 SIGINT Enl1ancamenta lor NetworkoCen1llC ISR
Eflecta ae..d Operation
+4,000
+1,000
+3.000
+1,000
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34 SPECIAl. PROGRAMS 388,453 389-"3 317,483 367.483
Cleseitied program ·2,000 -2,000
43 ADVANCED EHF MIL5ATCOM 778,078 778,078 778,078 813,078
Transfer From Procurement +36.000
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50 ADVANCED WIDEBAND SYSTEM (AWS) 438,277 288,m 348,277 338,m

Slow progrem pending " ' _ rlek re<luetion (Note:

Conlerees agree 'hal funds provided may be used Inr

purposes Alquested In budget submisSiOn.) -150.000 -90.000 -100.000

52 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE - DEMNAL 87,832 54,832 8T,832 80,832

CelWo'nla Spece Infrastruc1u", Program +1,000 +1,000

Execution -3.000 -3,000

Test SChedule -10.000 -5.000

55 SPACE·BASED RADAR DEMNAL 274,104 174,104 188,104 174,104

Program Aftordablllly INole: Coni....... eg",.lIIa' fundO

prolllded may be used for purposes requested In budge,

submisllon.) .100,000 -75.000 -100,000

56 PDLLUTION PREVENnoN IDEMNAL) 2,318 2.318 5,318 4,818

Diesel Engine Particul8te EJhlust Emissions Reduction +2,000 +1,500

Painting and CoaOng PoUution Prevention for Defense

Fecillties +1,000 +1.000


58 HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT 12,833 8,833 12.833 8,633
Execution -3,000 -3,000
80 OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE LAUNCH 24,440 28,440 24,440 28,140
Spece Launch Complex 3 Wes' Modemivltlon +2.000 +1,700
81 COMMON AERO VEHICLE (CAY) 12,220 21,720 12,a20 17,220
Hypereonic Flight Test Canidar +500 +500
CAV +9,000 +4,500
_ Nut Gonemion Bomber 100,000 45,000
+100,000 +45,000
86 SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE PILOT TRAINING 3,28T 3,287 8,68T 3,217
Boom Operator Weapon System Trainer (BOWST)
[Note: Transferred to Rne 208J +3,400 a
18 B·2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BOMBER 152,084 185,584 152._ 18T,384
EHF Salcom +29.1OO +12.100
Aft Deck Design +3.900 +2,700
70 EW DEVELOPMENT 74,034 85,134 80.034 87,834
Rapid Repleeement of _Ion Critical LogiStics
Electronic Components +3,800 +3,900 +3,800
ANIALR-69 (PLAID) Upgrade Program +4.000 +10,000 +6,000
PLAID Core development program shortfall +9,700 +9,700
LoiIerlng EI-.nic werlsra Kill.r ACTD +3,soo ~,ooo +4,200
71 JOINT TACTICAl. RADIO 48.814 38,81' 44,714 38,814
Phase 2 Contract -10.000 -8,000 -10.000
Rapid Replecement of MISSiOn Critical LogI.t1c8
Electronic Components [Note: moved 10 line 70j +3.900 0
78 MUNITIONS DISPENSER DEVELOPMENT 11,848 18,341 15,848 17,848
Passive Attack Weapon +2.500 +1,800
81 AGILE COMBAT SUPPDRT 6,574 5.574 11,'74 13,474
Deployable Owen System +3,900 +2,800
Nano-Technology to produce sterile water +3,000 +2,100
Base OpCIflttlng support A88easment Model (BOSAM) +8,000 +3.000
82 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION 34,081 34,081 38,081 35,481
Tungsten Heavy Alloy Cora Deep Penetration JDAM +2.000 +1.400
83 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS 288 8,288 289 5.088
ACES IIlmprovemenls (Note: SUM for _pmenl 01
the modulor seal end S2M tor olectromechenlcsl .t8b1111Y
con""l system.) +8,000 +4.800
88 COMBAT TRAINING RAIlGES 20,383 26,883 20,383 24,283
Neills Air Combsl Treinlng Range Byslem Integration +5.500 +3,900
INTEGRATED COMMAND & CONTROL APPLICATIONS
88 (IC2Aj 238 8,238 6,338 11,200
Air Force ElectroniC Syslem. Commend I NF'lACE +4.000 +2,400
DtstrtbulOd MlISIOn Interoperebility TOOlkR +4.000 +3.500 +3.500
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Asae' Source 10, 50_ E/lilineerlng Technology +2,600 +2.300
Inl.raClIv. Three Olmensionlll Hum.n Int"".ee +1,400
Vlaual CompuUng for Productlv. Collat.rBl O.mage +1,600
87 INTELLIGENCE EQUIPMENT 1,320 1,320 2.320 2,320
High Powered MicroWll\/. Vulnerability Ass.ssm.rrt +1,000 +1,000
81 JOINT STRIKE FIGIfTER EMO 2.184,087 2.121.087 2,186,087 2,138,087
Syetemo Engineering MiBOion Support ~3.500 ·27.000
CrltlcalOeBlgn Review ·22.500 0
Infi.tIon .djultmenl oorrocIion ·28.000 ·28.000
82 INTERCONnNEKTAL IIALLlSnC MISSILE· EMO '''',183 174,183 ,,,,,183 174,183
program GrtMthIE""cullon .10.000 -10,000
84 ROT&E FOR AGING AIRCRAFT 24.083 31,063 43.083 40,883
Acad.mIc C.n1llI fo' Aging AirctBlt +3.000 +6.000 +4,200
enterprise Av.ileblllly .nd CoB! OpUmlZ.llon SyBt.m +2,000 +1,200
Fleet C.p.bilily Ass.......n l _ +2,000 +2.000
Aging Lsnding G.a' UIe Extension +2.000 +1,500
AIr V.hlcle H••lth Monog.ment,lmproved FI..t
Readiness +8,000 +6,000
AdvanC8d T.chnology In1lll8ll.ey Avionics Syetema +3.000 +2.000
85 PRECISION ATTACK SYSTEMS PROCUREMENT 20,000 14,000
llTENING Targotm8 Podo fo' NBIionll! Gu.RI +20.000 +14,000
116 UNMANNED COMBAT AIR VEHICLE JOINT PROGRAM 4,192 2,382 4,882 2,382
JoIrrt progrem OfIIce ·2.500 -2.500
87 UNK·l. SUPPORT AND SUSTAINMENT 58,783 83,783 86,783 71,083
AI, Defense Sysblmolnlegre1or +5,000 +4.300
611th ETDl·02·llnk 16 SUpportond Suatalnm.nt +8,000 +8.000
102 MAJOR TAE INVESTMENT 50,215 119,715 58,215 81.515
Il-52 Aighl Test InS1lUlllOntatlon (Nota: Only for tho
ocqulBltlon of h'-are and o_re, InclUding
mlniawrized Instrumentation, eolld &tate l'8COI'dere. pre-
night teal v_lion end dieploy, mobile tel.metry
sy.tema and mass storage end archMng systems for the

eff&cti\18 collection. management. and distribution of

critical ftlghlleot <leta.) +2.000 +1.700


ILIAD +4.000 +3.400
Advanced Range CommunicatloMi System +3,500 +1,700
Hollomon High Speed TB8t Trock (HHSTT) Upgredo +5.000 +3.500
3·DATA Lso., Upgrade +1,000 +1,000
107 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT 33S,720 328,720 338,720 328,720
ex.cutIon -7,000 .7,000
lOa ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH PROGRAM (SPACE) 8,671 41,173 ",873 23,173
BoUlotIC 1.11..... Reng. Sefety Technology +15,500 +10,000 +13,500
Rock.t Syotem launch P"'lI,.m +18,_ 0
108 SPACE TEST PROGRAM (STP) 42,808 42,108 37,808 38,108
Unexecuted T.oling ·5,000 ~,OOO
118 B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BOMBER 24,&81 0 24,191 a
AF Raq.....Ced Transfer 10 APAf ·24,891 -24,69\
117 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE AGENCY 7,855 8,055 7,aas a,855
_ve ProteCUon lor Inlooreled ClrcuIlA AFRLlSNKD +2.000 +1,000
127 F·l& SQUADRONS 87,478 87,47S 87,478 86,878
ANlAPG-68 (V) 8 _ Upgred. +10,_ +6,000
CoMVnon Conllgul1lbl. Remote Inl."... Unit Initiative +3,500
128 F·lsE SQUADRONS 112,085 101,085 1U,US 123,485
ExealUOn I Schedule Ileloyo ·18.000 -18,000 -9,000
F-15.AlR·68C Red.' Werning - . o r Upgred. (RWR)
Program tor the AJr Netlonal Guard +4,000 +2,400
ADCP Dev.lopment +4,000 +4,000
F.15 CID Recla' BIo<:lc Upgl1lde +16.500 +14,000
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135 AF TENCAP 10.478 11,879 13"79 18.878
FOGUTE tNole: Only to develop an eye-safe. dayln\gll\
sensor capabte of prodUCing optical quality thr. .
dlmenolonallmaaery end mapping data In ",al time
through mOlle",t. cloud a>ver. smoko duBl fDftaa. and
camouflago from en airborne plalfonn.) "MOO +5.500
Globel Posilioning System-Jammor Detection and
Location System +3.000 +3.000 +3.000
138 SPECIAl. EVALUATION 184.239 184,238 184,238 184,238
Air Fo"", _ted Irensferfrom Una 185 +30.000
137 COMPASS CALL 3,780 12.780 3.780 8.780
COMPASS CAll - Block 35 upgtad.. +9.000 +5,000
131 CSAF INNOVATION PROGRAM 1.810 2.8110 1,1.0 2,180
Commercial Imagery OfsaeminBtion vis BRITE +1.000 +1,000
140 JOINT AIR·TO-SURPACE STANDOFF MISSILE 31,216 20,218 31,218 28.718
JASSM-ER De""lopment -11,000 -6,500
148 ADVANCED PROGRAM 283,382 288,382 283,382 285,"2
Adaptive Information ProtedkJn TBdlnoklgtes +3,000 +2,600
147 THEATER BATTLE MANAGEMENT (TBII) 31.847 U.147 31,847 32,847
Continuation of the C2 Mia8ion Menag.r for AFSOC
JSOAC +1,500 +1.300
154 ADVANCED PROGRAM EVALUATION 425,486 425....8 245,052 2115,052
ClesalsBd Program -180.434 -130.434
ISS USAF MODEUNG AND SIMULATION 1"53 14.483 .....3 12.8S3
Jolnl Synthetic Battleapllco +5.000 +3,500
Synthstic Th_ Operations Reaoerch Model +1.000 +1,000
181 WARGAMING AND BIMULATION CENTERS 1.262 8,212 1.262 7,262
Theater Aero8p11C8 Command and Control S1mu~n
Facility +2,000 +1.000
157 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS 82,348 82,341 82.341 52,3'"
RBduction -10.000 -10,000
III NATIONAL AIR INTELLIGENCE CENTER 0 0 8.000 0
O ...lfiad program +5,000 0
163 MISSILE AND SPACE TECHNICAL COLLECTION 6,000 3.000
Measurement end SIgnatures Intelligence Baltle Lab +5,000 +3,000

­
170 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM 37.867 48,187 3t.1I7 4U87
NORTHCOM DeploymenllMld SuppoI\ Planning
center for Informelion Aaelllllnce security
·',000
+3,000
+1.000
+2.100
Enterpttae Data Warehouse
Llghthou.. Cybe, Security Progrom
~.500
+2.000
.....
+1.000
WISE +2,000
173 COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC) 4.000 0
Rabuet Composite Matarlolo and Structures [Nota:
r",n_d to Line 25.J +4.000 0
178 SELECTED ACTIVITIES 107,800 83.800 87,800 144,200
Classlt1ad Adjuslment -14.000 .10.000 +36.400
178 SATEWTE CONTROL NElWORK (SPACE) 18,103 11,103 21,103 20,703
Civil RB8Bore Space Service (CRSS) Initietive +3.000 . +2.100
181 SECURITY AND INVESTlGATIVE 474 474 20,474 20"74
Air Force Pel1lOnnei Security '...,elmen! Progrom
(Tronsferfrom OPAF) +20,000 +20.000
185 DEFENSE RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT ACl1V1TIES 232.217 128,787 232,287 86,787
Clasolft8d Adjuelrnenl -103.500 -103.500
I>Jr Fo"", _led lrensfor Into Line 138 ·30,000
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191 SPACEUFT RANGE SYSTEM (SPACE) 13,210 76,110 83,210 70,710
Range S18ndBrdlz8l1on & Automation Ph... IIA +5.000 +2,500
Very Small Ap.~ure T.nnlnol (VSAT) Waler Supply
MonllDring Project (Note: To dB""1Dp the cepabRiIy to
detect con18mlnation of water sources by terrorists,
accidents or natural cauaee.] +3.500 +3,000
QUBk.Flnda, II Demonstralion .4,000 +2.000
192 DRAGON U·2 (JMtP) 52,518 31.718 57,518 47.018
Airborne SIGINT Inlelllgence PayloBd (ASIP) sanaer
[NoIe: 10 ba appliBd only to U-2 ASIP afIort; GlObal Howk
ASIP _tully funded.! -15.800 -8.000
SYERS-2 Focal Plan.s +5.000 +2.500
193 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAl. VEHICLES 398,631 398,3S1 402.131 404.931
Funds AII1lII.blalrom FY2001 Southern Commend
Demo -7.900 0
GlobBI Hawk Advanoed Imagery _ifacture +4,800 +3.300
Lllhium Ion BBtIer}' Qualification lor tho RQ-4A GlobBI
Hawk (UAVs) +3,000 +3.500 +3,000
194 AIRBORNE RECONNAlSlIANCE SYSTEMS n,l23 n.123 78,82S 78,823
Ultra-Wldeband AirbomB l.8ser Communications lor ISR +1,000 +1,000
198 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND 8YSTEMS 27.107 28.107 27,107 28,107
C2 InIegretIIOn lor Joint Dynamic Tergeling +1.000 +1,000
197 NCMC. TW/AA 57,933 87.9SS 87,933 87.933
NORTHCOM· FAA NCR A1_lnleQraUon +10,000 +10.000
204 C·I30 AIRLIFT SQUADRON 105,381 108,sal 111,501 105,381
TN ANG· APN·24 I Reder UPGrade Program (Nole:
Tr..sfe".d to APAF,IIna 49.J +3,000 +8.125 0
208 C·\7 AIRCRAFT 184,089 198,789 184,089 185.4811
Tes! D.m An:hiv. +2.700 +1,400
208 LARCl'f AIRCRAFT IR COUNTERMEASURES 45,946 45,946 45,946 45,948
Boom OperotDr Weapon Syslem Trainer (BOWST)
[Nom: Tranoferod Iromllne 66J +1.700
21S INDUSTRIAL PREPAiREDNESS 39,398 51,3K 55,8118 87,...
Eleotronlc Industry.wllle N.twork lor ChBraeteristica &
SpecificatiOns +1.000 +1,000
ProlOlype Low Oll....abI. CoBting. +4,000 +2.800
BipolerWal.r NickBi Metal H)ldrille Batt.ry Development +2,000 +2,500 +2,000
Doyle Cenler-TIDE P/OGram +5,000 +2,500
Applied Reoean:h & T.chnology In Tranaltlon +14,000 +9,800
214 LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTlVmES 0 2.000 0 1,_
REMIS +2.000 +1.400
215 PRODUCTIVITY, RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY. 0 6,800 9,000 9,000
Inspection Technology for Tur1>lne Engines +1.800 +1,000
Turbine Engine Suotalnmenl +5.000 +3,500
LEAn Dapot Engine R.palr (LEADER) +9,000 +4,SOO
218 SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 84.034 89,034 72,034 73,834
T.lGOperaleO S.mlautonomous Robot lor Aging Aircraft
Uaintenance +3,000 +1.S00
Air Foroa Center of Acolul.illon Reengineering &
EnBbli11ll TecIlnologles +2.000 +1,200
InlonnBtlon Assurance for Enebllng Technologl.s "',000 +1.000
C5IC17 SCME (Ailing AIrcraft) +3,000 +3.000 +3.000
Ce_lor Alrcralt SuIJl)Ol1/Syatem InIre.tructure (CASI) +2.000 +1.200
Fuel CeIl-8allad Common Core Power Production +4.000 +8.000 +4.000
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R·1 !!oqunt Hou. . Son"", COnllren..

Perfonna.nce Based LogisticsJMaintenance Steering


Group 3 +2,000 +1.200
Special Operations Ain:ralt C!epol Maintenance +2,000 +',200
Heavy Duly Hybrid EIIlClrk: +5,000 +3,000
Low EmiasiorvEfficiont Hybrid Aviation Refueling Trud<
Propulsions [Sec, 8126, H.R. 2858) 1+5000) +2,500
Ne.. CObra Boll • A d _ Alrborna sa_ Program·
LADAR 1,!I00 1,100
+1,500 "'1,100
310
ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRANSITION PLAN
The Senate included report language on the Air Force's elec­
tr.onic warfare transition plan. The conferees remain concerned
about this issue and expect the Air Force to work with the House
and Senate Appropriations Committees to address the concerns
raised in the Senate report.
F-15E SQUADRONS
The conferees have reduced funding for F-15E Squadrons by
$9,000,000. Activities in this program have continually had sched­
ule delays of up to 2 quarters, and the account is a frequent source
for reprogrammings and higher Air Force priorities. The conferees
note that this reduction is taken only for the reasons stated and
without prejudice against efforts to field Operational Flight Pro­
gram Suite 5, which the conferees deem to be a high priority.
NEXT GENERATION BOMBER
The conferees have included $45,000,000 for acceleration of a
program to develop a next generation long-range strike bomber.
Many technologies needed for development of a next generation
bomber can also be demonstrated and incorporated in the existing
bomber fleet. The conferees urge that from the funds provided for
next generation bomber development, the Air Force give consider­
ation to the design and demonstration of a data collection capa­
bility as an upgrade to the Defense Management System on the B­
2 bomber.
Low BANDWIDTH RURAL TELEMEDICINE (LBkTS) SYSTEM
The conferees encourage the Air Force to accelerate the deploy­
ment and integration of the Low Bandwidth Rural Telemedicine
(LBRTS) System from seven years to three years to enhance the
Air Force's telemedicine infrastructure. Any funding for this pro­
gram shall be made available from program element 0602202F.
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RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION,

DEFENSE-WIDE

The conference agreement on the items addressed by either the House

or the Senate is as follows:

(1n thou"odl Clf dollArs)


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RESEARCH. DEVELOPMENT. TEST & EVAL. ow


BASIC RESEARCH

DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES ..............


151.029 169.529 HW.029 140.929

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH lNlTlATlVES ..•..•.. ..............


21.300

GOVERN"ENTfINDUSTRY COSPONSORSHIP OF UNNERSITY RESEAR B.OOO 6.BOO

DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAII TO STIMULATE COIIPETlTlVE 0,130 9,130

CNENICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM ..•..••.•.••... 35.831 45.031 53.631 51,931
. ~ _............. .... _........... .................... ................ - .

roTAL. BASIC RESEARO< .............


188,860 243.8eO 167.380 209,380

APPLIED RESEARCH
NEOICAL FREE ELECTRON LASER •...•.. 9,494 9.494 18,49.4 16.794

HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND U"[VERSITIES {t1BCU) ... 5.000 17.563 2O.B56

LINCOut LABOAATORV RESEARCH PROORAN •.... .............. 27.23\ 27.231 27,23\ 27,231

COI1PUTlNG SySTEMS AHO COIlMUMICATlONS TECHNOLOGY. 404.B5B 40B .&SB 346.BS9 336.359

EI18EODED SOFTWARE AND PERVASIVE COMPUTING., .. . , .. 13.31B 13.31B 13.316 13.316

BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEFENSE ....................


137.254 147.254 108,754 150,704

CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAtl, .. , .. ... 106,451 141,951 139,151 153.501

TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY, . ....... , •...... , ...•. , 250.556 250.556 247.558 2~,O!!8

MATERIALS ANO ELECTRONICS TEC_LOGY. 465.544 482.544 441,284 470, ....4

",,0 DEFEAT TECHNOLOGY .... , .•...•. 183,118 188,178 183,178 165.576

STRATEGIC DEFENSE TECH~DlOGIeS. 116.0.w 118,Q.49 120.049 117,0A9

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ........


8.213 9,213 12.213 11,813

SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT ..


B.715 B,715 B.715 8.715

$OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DEVEL.1:P"ENT .... ........... , ....


1.B61 1.981 1.961 1.B61

.. ~~ ..... _.....
~ . ... ........
~ ~~ . .. ­.. ~." .........

TOTAl., APPLIED RESEARCH .. , .. , .....•. , .... , .........


1,734.82!! 1.809.325 1.687.358 1.769,483
312
(In thousands of dollarl)
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ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY D£VELOPIIEIlT


MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY...•.• .... , ... . 5.028 5.028 7.028 6.028

EXPLCSIVES DEMILITARIZATION TECHNOLOGY .. 1.000

SOILIC ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT ...... " .............. 31,300 315.300 31.300 34.1DO

COMBATING TERRORISH TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT .••••..••.....•. 80.528 95.526 85.528 Be. 726
COUNTERPROLIFERATlON ADVANCED DEVELDPIIENT TECHNOLCCIES 76,277 79,277 106,277 100.577

BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGy .............. , ... 240,820 103.920 292,320 227,620

JOINT DOD·DOE MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELDPIIENT, •••.••. 25.011 25,011 25,011 25,011

ADVANCED AEROSPACe SYSTEMS........................... , 323,730 326,730 311 ,830 319,330

CHEMICAL AND 810LOGICAL DEFEIlSE PROGRAM· ADVANCED DEV 103,125 161,225 121.725 151,1115

SPECIAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT .. , ................... ' " .. 11.893 15,883 11,893 13.893

ARMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY ............................ 4,807 6.607 4,807 6.507

GENERIC LOGIS71CS RID 7ECHNOLOGY DElIONSlRATlONS ••• , •.• 22,359 91,389 85,359 124,309

STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PRllGRAIt. . . . . .. . . .. . . 47,068 51.088 41,068 60,618

JOI," WARFIGH71NG PROGRAM ............... ............. 9,885 9.885 11,185 10,435

ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHMOLOGIES •.••. 174,150 181.150 178,900 HUI , 760

ADVANCED CONCEP'l TECHMOLCCY OEIIOHSTllATlOHS .. 213,351 225,881 213,381 223,511

HIGH PERFORllANCE COMPUTING ~ODERHIZAT1OH PROGRAJI •. 208,182 205,462

COMMAND, CONTROL AND ~MUNICATIOHS SYSTEMS .......•.•• 242.738 242,138 190,838 195,638

SENSOR AND GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY ... 342,014 342.91. 342,914 342.914

HARINE TECHNOLOGV,. , ....... , ..... , ..•.. ............... 13,898 13,898 13,898 13,898

LAND WARFARE TECHNOLOGY ... 82,387 62,387 82,387 62,387

CLASSIFIED DARPA PROGRAIIS .. 210,532 210,532 220,532 220,532

NE11o«lRK·CEIlTRIC WARFAIIE TECHNOLOGy .•..•.•....•. 95,864 85.654 88.7!54 92.204

SOFn/ARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE .•.•..•••••.• ,.,. 22,852 22.652 22,652 22,852

QUICK REACTION 5P'ECIAL PROJECTS, ...........••.. 74,385 49,38!5 74,385 !56.385

JOINT _GAllING SII\ULATION ....HH;~EHT O~ICE ••. 44 ,6a1 44 ,687 44,881 44,867
TECHNOl...OOV LINK . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2,000 2,000 3,800 3,600

AIR· TO·AIR TECHNDLDOV. ................. 2,000 2,000

COUHTERl'RDLIFERATION SUPPORT •. , ... , ••..••••. 1,8&2 1,862 1,882 '\ .882


313
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R&D IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT. TESTING & EVALUATION 13.757 13.757 13.751 13,757

sPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECNNOLOGY OEVELOP~ENT .... 57.017 61..017 67.0n 67.017

4_····· .. ···· .............. _- ... _-_ .. - .. -. ..............

TOTAL. ADVANCED TECNNOLOGV DEVELOPMENT .. 2.565.243 2.700.343 2.906,575 2,950,525

OE"ONSTRATION & VALIDATION


PHYSICAL SEClRlTY EQUIP"ENT" •. 1.500 , ,200

JOINT R060TlCS PROGRAN ..•.•... " ,515 13,515 16.515 16.015

ADVANCED SENSOR APPLICATIONS PROGRAM . ... 16,11& 38,218 24.715 33.465

CALS INITIATIVE, •... ...... ....... 4.000 4,DQO 4,000 4.000

FNVIRON"ENTAL SECURITY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION PROGIWt 35.594 35.594 35,594 35,594

IIOVANCEO CONCEPTS. EVALUATIOltS AND SYSTEMS ••.•.••••. 151,696 151,6941 151.698 151.696

BALLISTIC "ISSILE DEFENSE TERltINAL OEFEN5E SEGIIENT •. 810.440 604.440 800.440 684,440

BALLiSTIC ~ISSILE DEFENSE "lllCOURSE DEFENSE SEG~ENT .• , 3,613.266 3.629.166 3,844.266 3.794,716

BALLISTIC "ISSILE DEFENSE 500sT DEFENSE SEG~ENT ..... , 525.264 624 1284 625.264 624,264

CHE~ICAL AND 810LOGICAL DEFENSE PAOGAAI1 .. , 162.142 153,142 135.542 132.542

BALLt5T1C "ISSILE DEFENSE SENSORS. 438,242 436,242 437.142 430.242

BALLt5T1C ",SSILE DEFENSE SySTEM INTERCEPTOR••.. 301,052 151.052 91,052 119.052

BALLISTIC ~ISSILE DEFENSE nST & TARGETS •...•••••..••• 511,522 613,622 611.522 612.522

BALLISTIC "ISSILE DEFENSE PllOIlUCTS ................. 343,644 312,544 303,8•• 306.644

BALLISTIC "ISSILS OeFENSE SVSTEftS CORE ....... , ..... 483,998 451.495 437,030 450.396

HUNANITARIAN OE~INING .•.. 13,299 13.299 13,299 13.299

COALITION WARFARE .•. 5.90ll 5.906 5 ,BOll 5.90ll

JOINT SERVICE EDUCATION AND mINING SVSTE/IS OEvEUlPME 1.000

JOINT ELECTROMAGNETIC TECilNOUlGV (JET) PROGRAM .••.•.•• 6.362 6.362 16.362 15.162
............................... ................. .. .......... -- .
TOTAL, OE"ONSTRATI;ON & VALIDATION ......•. 7.635.656 7,456,055 7,665,592 7,634.45B

ENG[NEERING & MNUFACTURJNG DEVELOF"EHT


CHE"ICAL AND BIoUlGlCAL DEFeNSE PROGIlA" .... 148.017 1!Q.817 137,017 1412,817
25 . _
PtANPADS DEFENSE PROGFW'. 25.000 3.000 3,000

JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM ••. ................ ' 13.597 24.597 20.097 21.897

IIOVANCEO IT SERVICES JOINT PRllGRAII OFFICE {A1TS·JPOI •. 16,910 16.910 16.910 16,910

JOINT TACTICAL INF~TION 0lSTRI8UTION SYSTeN (JTlDS) 10,833 10.1533 10.833 10,633
314
(In thousands of ctollars)
Budget Houle Senate Conference

PATRIoT PAC.~ lMEATER NISSILE DEFENSE ACIlUISlTIDK .. 395.800

INFDRIIATlON TEOiNDLOOY OEYELoPNENT ....• , •..••..••••.•. '0.539 3.858 '0.839 3.888

INFORItATlON TECHNOLOGY OEVELOPllENT ·STANOARl> "ftOCIJRENEN 5.'98 8.'98 5. '95 5. '98

FINANCIAL NANNlENENT SYSTEN INPROVENENTS •••..•.•..•.• , 94.888 84.888 84.899 84.888

DEFENSE "E5SA(ilE SYsTEn, ..•. , ........ .... '0.170 '0.170 '0.170 '0.170

INFllRIlATlON SYSTENS SECURITY PROGRAIl, ••• , 5.987 8.987 8.987 8.987

OLD8AL CtlIlIlAT !UPPORT SYSTEN ......... 17 .289 '7.289 17 .259 17.259

ELECTRONIC CONNERCE .................. 8.028 ~.02e 8.028 8.029

ELECTRONIC COIlltERCE ................. 2._ 2.380 2.360 2.3eD


- .... - .......... - ...... _..
~ ............. ............
TOTAL. ENGI'IEERINC & HAHUFACTURING OEVELOPtIENT. 3&9.383 3:53.202 74SL683 333.602

ROT&E I'tANAGE"ENT SUPPORT


TRAINING TRANSFOI<l\ATlOM tT2) •.. , ..•. 2.95' 2,95' 2.951 2.951

DEFENSE READINESS REPORTING SYSTEN (DRRS). 18,875 '0.000 '8.575 '5.575

THERt1AL VICAR, " .......................... 7. '57 7 .187 7 .'87 7 .1!!17

TECHNICAL STUDIES, SUPPORT All) ANALYSIS. 30.204 30.204 30,204 30.204

CRITICAL TECHNOLOGV SUPPORT .... , ...... , ... ' , .888 , .858 1,8S8 , ,868

BLACk LIGHT ........ , ...................... '9.675 19.B78 19.876 19.876

GENERJ\L SUPPORT TO C31 .. , ........................... 2.,838 28,138 31,838 32.688

fORElGH MTERIA.L A.CQUISITION MD EXPLOlTATlOtl ........ 33.9'8 33,9'8 33,816 33,0'6

INTERAGENCY EXPQRT LICENSE AUTllHATION ....•.••.. 8,837 7.637 8.837 7,837

DEFENSE TRAVEL SYSTEN ........................... 3' .8Il6 31.806 31 .806 31.Boe

JOINT THEATER AIR AND NISSILE DEFENSE ORGANI2ATlON. , ' 87,250 87.250 87 ,2~O 87.250

~LASSIFIEO PROGHA" USO(P) ..• , '48.000 '48.000

FORElS'! COMPARATIVE TESTING .. 34,673 34.873 34,873 34.873

CHENICAL AND eIOLOGICAL DEFENse PROGRA/I. 39.34S 46.345 40.845 44,845

CUSSIFl£D pRO&RAAS - C3t .... 20,556 63.658 20. SM 58.306

SMALL BUSINESS IN~OVATION AESfARCH/CHALLtNGE H)nJNUiTR Z,026 2.026 2.026 2.028

DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ANALySIS •...• , .•.. , ..... ... .... . . .. 5.209 S.209 5.209 5.209

FORCE TRANSFORllATlON DIRECTORATE ••..•. '9,876 '9.675 '9.87' '9.675


315

(In thoua8ndll of doll.,.a)


Budget Houl. senate Conference

DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFOR1IAllDII SERVICES (OllC) .••..•.. 44,162 44.~62 « .'~2 "4,,62

R&D IN SUPPORT OF 000 ENLISTPlENT, TESTING & [VALUATION B.BSB 8,858 B.BSB B.Bsa

DEVELOPtfENT TEST AND EVALUATION .. ... , .............. 8.838 8,938 1',438 8,938

HANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT) DARl'. 45.002 48.002 45.002 4'.002

PENTAGON RESERVATlOft .. 14,481 14,481 14,481 '4.~1

NANAGENENT HEAOQUARTtRS - NM ..•. B3.441 B3.«1 B3.«1 B3.441

IT SOF'l'WARl: OEV INITIATIVES .......... , ....... B.60' B.805 8.805 B.BD5

. -- - ............ ....... _-._- ..... - ... - .. .... -- ........

TOTAL. RDT&E IlANAGEIIENT SUPPORT •.....••...••••..•••. B12.03B 8Dl.BB3 823.03B 801,338

OPERAllOHAL SYSTEMS DEVl'LQI'NENT


PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE (PFP) INFORI\A.TION PlANAGEt1ENT SYS ',934 1.934 1,834 1,B34

CHEt1ICAl AND IUOLOlilCAL DEfENSE (OPERATIONAL SVSTl"S I) 3.142 3.4Q

ISLAND SUN •.. ............. 1,469 1.469 1.4IIB 1.4IIB

C41 INTEROPERI\8ILITY ...•...•........ 42,415 48.415 42.415 45,8'5

JOINT ANALYTICAL tIODEL INPROVEJ1ENT PROGRAN .•..•..•.• , 7,2M 7,254 7.254 1,254

IN'ORIIAllON TECHNOLOGY SYSTENS .................. 550 550 850 550

NATIONAL NILITARY CDIIItAND SYSTEN·WIDE SUPPORT •• 1,133 1.133 1.133 1,133

DEFENSE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND INTEGRATIO 2.460 2.48D 2.480 2,4110

LONG HAUL COI1NIlNICATlONS (DCS) ...••...•.. 1.401 1,401 1.401 1.401

NININUN ESSENTIAL ENERGENCY CDIlNUNICATIONS NETWORI( •... 7,196 7,lB8 7,198 7,188

INFORIlATION SYSTENS SECIIRITY PROGRAII ......•.. '4,790 14,790 14.7110 14.790

INFDRMTIDN SYS'T~S SECURITY PROOAAn .. .••. ,. 476.8~7 476,6'7 47B,91l8 483.49B

C41 FOR THE WARRIOR. .. .. . . ... .... 4,19B 4.199 4.189 4,199

C41 FOR THE WARRIOR. .


. . . .. , . . .. . 37.100 37,100 37.100 37.100

GLOBAL CDNNAND AND CONTROL SYSTEN ..................... 4B.891 4' ,89' 81.991 ~2.1Bl

JOINT SPECTRUN CENTER .... _............ '" .. , 18.850 18,850 18,860 18.850

OEFENSE COLLABORATION TOOL SUITE (DeTS) .•.. 14,915 14,916 '.,915 141,915

NET-CENTRIC ENTERPRISE SERVICES (NCES). 4O.B3D 30,830 40,8~ 30,830

TELEPORT PROORAII •. 10,482 10,482 10,462 10,482

SPECIAL APPLTCATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES. 24.567 24.5B7 24.s!7 24.5B7

DEFENSE lltAG£RY ANO NAPPING PROGRAN ••.•••.•... 161,873 18',873 174.873 172,323
316
(In thou.ands of dollar.)
Budget Hause Senate Confer.n~.

CRIT'ICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION (CIP) .•..•...•. 2.051 2.051 2,05' 2.D51

OEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROGRAII (JMIP) .•.••. 82.266 92.266 12.266 90.266
DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROGRAM (JMIP) ••••. 30,757 30.757 30,757 30.767

C31 INTELLIGENCE PROGRAH6. ............................ 132,084 132,094 132.094 132.094

TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPtIENT ••.. 248.152 226.652 249,152 248,152

DAAGON U·2 {J"IP) ......... . ..... ..... .... .. 2.747 2.747 2.747 2.747

AIR60RNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEIIS ..•. 12.184 12. t64 12,1" 12.184

""NNED RECONNAI SSANCE SYSTEMS. 4.424 4.424 4.424 4.424

DISTlII9UTED CONNON GROUND SYSTfHS •..•••...... 979 979 976 979

TACTICAL CRYPTOLDGIC ACTIVITIES ...•• , .•..•••.. 112,691 112,8" 112.691 "2,891

INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS •. ......... , ................. 16,183 50.663 23.163 46.363

LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES .. ..... ................. 3S,781 35,781 3S.781 3'.781

NANAGEMENT NEAOQ\JARTERS (JCS) ...••. 18.143 18,943 18,943 16.943

NATO JOINT STARS ................. 24.721 24.721 24.721 24.721

SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOG't' DEVELOPMENT •.•••... 6.000 3.000

SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADV~CED TECIINOLOGY OEvELOPIIENT .•• 20.~ 14.000 23.700

SPECIAL OPERATIONS IACTICAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPtIENT •••.... 2!s',981 296.981 34",54 306",281

SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTENS OEVELOPMENT ... '6.726 23.726 22.726 24.526

SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEIIENTS .•..•.• 84.430 63.930 46.580 92.950


-- .......... - ..... - ...... ............. .... - ........

TOTAL. OPERATIONAL SYSTEHS OEVELOPNENT ............. 1,985.eOO 2.087,600 2,10!li,.22D .2,184,561

CLASSIFIED PRDGRAIIS ................................... 2,BD",8!1iO 3,311.«0 .2.87.4.572 3,011,052

...... ~ ........... . ................. .. - _...... .....


~ ••• -,.".O'~" •

TOTAL. RESEARCH, DEVELoP"ENT, TEST & EVAL. OW .... ,., 17.974.2'7 18,76'.791 18,774,421 18,900,715
317
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL AIl.JUSTMENTS
[In lhaulande at dol.....!

Budget
R·l Reguelt Ho_ Be_ Conl.re_

DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES 181,028 189,629 104,028 '40,929


Joint Collaboration on Nanotechnology for AdvBnce
Biomedk:al Sensors and Device. +3,500 +1,700
Spin EI.ctronics ($12.751.1 in oddltion 10 Ih. $12.9 M '"
tho reQu.sllor a tol.1 01 US.8M) +15,000 +12.750
BioCompUlallono1 Syst.ms ,33,000 ·18.000
Biological Adepl.lion. Assembly .nd Menuf.cture ·11,200 -8,000
Brain Machine Interface ·17,000 .10.000
Advance PhotonICS Composites Research +3,500 +2,450
Joint Coiliboration on Nanotechnology and Bioeen,ons +5,000 +3,000
PhotoniCs Toohnology _ Prog",m +1,700 +1.200
N.no· .nd MIc"",lactronlca +4.000 +2.800
UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INlTlAnVd 21,300 0 0
Anti-Gorroaion Studios (Nola • movad 10 RDTE,A lin. 3) +2.000 0
C.n1llr lor Geosci.nces (Note· moved 10 RDTE.A line 3) +3.000 0
Defense Commerclaltz8Uon Research Initiative (Note ~
mov.d 10 ROTE,A Iina 3) +5,000
EtBclronlc Engineering Technology Program (Note ~
moved to ADTE,A hne 3) +1.000
InslnUl. lor EnI"",renaurtal Ex••l1.... Taohnology
Transf.r Projool (Not.· moved to ROTE,A lin. 3) .1.800
Institu'e or Bioengineering and Nanoaclenc8ln Advanced
Medlcln. (Nole - moved to RDTE,A lin. 3) +5,000
MEMS senso", lor Roiling E _ I Be.rlngs (Not. '
moved to RDTE,A lin. 3) +2.000
National Security Training (Note· moved 10
ROTE,A, lin. 3) +1,500
6 OOVERNMENTANDUSTIIY COSPONSORSHIP OF
UNIVERSITY RESEARCH 1,000 1,100
Semi Conductor Ael8arch (FOCUS Center Reaearcn
(FCRPI) +8.000 +6,800
DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM TO STlMULATE
COMPETmVE 9,730 9,7S0
Transf.r lrom ADTE,A +9,730 +9,730
6 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROORAM 35,1:1' 46,031 S3,6S1 5',931
Advance SGn80r Desion and Threat Detection Feallty +2.200 +1,100
Engineered P.thogen ldantil_ snd
Countermeeaures ProgJ1lm • Bug-to-Drug +7.000 +5,000 +5,000
B_I.oIIon R....roh +2,000 +1,000
Detection 01 Biological Aganls in Wei... +3,000 +1,500
Brooks Cny Baoe _nolagy +2,800 +2.000
Plant-derived vacclna againsl anthrax and smallpox +1,000
Plan' Vaccine Development +5,000 +~,500
Fluoroscanoo AoIlv.l.d senslng Taohnology (FAST) +1,000
9 MEDICAL FREE ELECTRON LASER 9,<184 9,494 ",494 18,794
MFEL +9,000 +9.300
10 HISTORICALLY BLACK' HISPANIC SERVING
INSTITUTE SCIENCES 0 8,000 17,683 20,9$8
Hispanic Sel"Jing InstitUtIons +5,000 +4,250
Tribal CoUeges·8cience Lab and Compuler Equipment +3,500 +2,625
Transf.r lrom RDTE,A +14,083 ...14,083
318

Budget
R..._
1'1·1 Houu _ta Con"ranc:e
12 COMPUTING SVSnMS AND COMMUNICATIONS ~,859 408,859 :we,a58 338,~
Through-Wall Radar Imaging. (TWRI) ",000 +3,400
Secure Grol4l Communk:ations +2,000 +i,ooo
Asymmotrtc Threat Program. -63,000 -73,000
Counlono"orl.m Infonnelion Inlltalive +3,000 +2,100
14 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEf£NSE 137,254 147,254 101,754 180,704
Contor for TIIlpJcal Diaoaae Raaearclland TrolnlO9 +2,000 +2,000
Cante, tor Water Securtly +1,000 +1,000
Hand Hold Biosonsoralor Field Detocllon 0' "'ftiplo
Blo89onls CMUMlIIl81Y Incldont Management P"'llram
(CMlM) Palm Pilots ".000 +3,400
Hydrate Fractionation DuaJtnstlon Sya\em& +3,000 +2.550
Immune BUildings ·32,500 0
HPOa Gamme Ray Detection Technology +1,000 +1,000
EluSyo Holoropolymor Syltom +3,000 +1,500
Asymmotric ProtOCOl' 'Dr BlDlogical Dol..... +2,000
15 CHEMICAL AND BIDLOGICAL DEFENSE PROORAM 101,451 141,851 139,151 153,801
Air Contaminant Monitoring Syltom (Note: Only ID
continuo the SCAQMD Air Contaminant Monttorlng
Sy81om) +1,000 +1.000
Atmospheric Plasma tor BIDdofon.. DecontaminaUon +1,000 +1,000
AUlDmetod Liquid Phase Dotoc1ion of To>do Compounds +1,500 +1,000
Cente, 10r Information Asaurance Security +3,000 +2,100
Consortium for CoonlermeBaurea to B~oglca18nd
ChomJcalThrall1s +5,000 +3,500
EarlyWaming ond De_on P"'llram (Nolo· only for \lie
development of metal oxide early warning and detection
techniques of Chemical Bgents for the EarlY Warning and
Detection Pragrom) +1,000 +1.000
Globel Pathogen Portsl +7,000 +3,500
Hotoropoiymer MonOClonal Antibody +',000 +1,000
LSH·SAW BIosensor +5.500 +6.000 +5.500
Oral Anthrax Plague Vaccine +2.000 +1,000
Rapid AntlbDdy-Basod Biological Counlorrnos8U18O
(RABBC) ".000 +2,800
Rspld Decontamtnation Syotom fo' NeMl Aganl8 +2,500 +1,250
Romole OpUcal Sonelng P"'llram (Nota· only for lho
development of tran.1Uan metal oxide baaed ion Insertion
melhod. 01 wavelength luning for Improved chamlcal and
blologicel ..nsor' within the Ramoto OpUcal senaing
P"'llram) +1,000 +1.000
0'
81m Mitigation Deteotion CB on Conlamlnatlon
Surf8t:es ..4,200 ....200
Suppo","g S&T ·5,BOO -5.800
BioinlormaUCB EquiIJrner't +I.soo +1.060
BlOinformaUce Netwofk +2,000 +1.400
",Klvalont EbOla, Malblll'll FllDViruo Program +12.000 ",400
Mustard Gas Trntrnent STlMA.l +5.000 +4,500
NOodl..1aeo DotlvelY MethOds tcr Vocel".o +2,000 +2,000
V8CCInea and Therapeutics to Counter Bio-threatl +3.500 +2.500
Del8Cllon of Chemical. Biological a"" Pollutant Agonto In
Water +3,500 +2,400
Bioinformauea +3.000 +2,100
HotoropOlymor Anthrax ImmunllY Roaoarcl1 +1.000 +1,000
Aetv..-d Emel\l8nCY Medical Aeoponeo +3,000 +2.100
319
8uc!got
R·l R!Qu••t Hou.. llenlle Con1erence
Novel Pharmaceudeala for Nlthrax INote - Onty for
continued development oflhe Helinz-treated vaccine
pialform, wllh applications in both cancer and infectKtuI
dioeaBl, Including those agenlll1lla1 pose "'reate in
bioterror1am.) 15000] +1,250
Proja<;lAncile \3OOOJ +1,500
Long R.nge Biometric T.rget 10 Sysl.m [30001 +1,000
16 TACT~ALTBCHNOUOGY 2!1O,!S6 2liO,!S6 247,651 2!1O,lI5I
Closa-In SanslnlflOdollypa D e _ -5,000 -2,500
RoboSCoul -5,000 -5,000
CEROS +7,000 +7,()()()
17 MATERIALS AND BLECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY 485,544 482,544 441,214 470,444
Center tor Op1Oeteetronic:s and Opttoal CommunlC8lion at
UNCC +6.000 +2,500
Cryo~power tor the 811~.ectric .hip +5,000 +2.600
Inlagl1llad NallOmanufaetun"llanCI Micl<lm8nulaclurlng
(Note· tal miniaturized blologlCBl, environmental, and
Information Illcllnology systoms) +2.000 +1,000
Nano Pholonlc S)'SIoma Fabrications +1,600 +1,000
UF BlosansoriBlomollYe Nano Technology +3,500 +1,700
IntaUigant Digitlzatlon 01 Analog llenaor PfOIr&m -6,000 -6,000
Biochemical Material -36,000 -g,OOO
Fabrtc8tion 01 Thr....OImenaiOn.1 ShUClu.... +4,000 +2,000
FricIIon Stir Welding +2,000 +1,200
He.t AClualad Cool.... +2.000 +1,200
Materials Scisnoe Technology +750 +750
Strataglc Motorlals +5,000 +4.200
AMAI +3.000 +1.800
'9 WMD DEFEAT TECHNDLOGY 183,17. 188,171 115,&7. 115,&7.
GMU National Canter for Biode'enae +1,000 +1.000
GMU Nalional Contar for Blaat MiNgatlon and Projection +2,000 +1,400
2G STRATEQ~ DEFENSE TECHNOLOGIES "6.049 "6,048 12O,049 117,049
Enhanced Techniques for OetecOon +2,000 .1,000
SEMa (moved to lIne 62) +2.000 0
21 ME~CALTECHNOLOQY 9,21S 9,21S 12,21S 1I,.'S
No'nll1Vaelve BlomodUUlton SyStem +3,000 +2,600
25 ME~CAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY 5,028 5,02. 7,021 9,02.
Ex-R.d Radloprolactanl +2,000 +1,000
26 EXPLOSIVES DEIlILlTARIZ4T10N TECHNOLOGY 0 1,000 0 0
Blua Gra88 SCWO Demonstration (Nole - movad to
ROTE,A line 45) +1,000 0
27 SOllie ADVANCED DI!VELOPMENT SI,300 35,300 31.S00 34,100
Allvancsa RobOtic Vahle. Developmont +3,000 +1,900
Reconnaluance and SuN8i\Iance flrogTams +1,000 +1.000
2. COMBATING TERRORISII TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT 10,&26 95,&26 85,526 B8,72.
Asymmetric Warfare InfUltive +4.000 +4,500 +4,000
Biologk:el Agent Counler·tarrorism Uontlorlng System +1,000 +1.000
B1a1d Millgallon (Nole - Only to continuatha alliotlng progl1lm) +4,500 +to,OOO +7.000
Chomlcal, Biological, Ra<llologlcal, _ and High
Y'e1. EXPloalv08 (CBRNE) Force RellllOnao E1a.....t-
Education. Developmanl, Oporaliono anCI Mitigation
(FREEDOM) progr.m +3,000 +2,800
ChemlcellBiOl09iC81 E_latlc Systom/ElootrootaUo
Oeconlarnlnalion Syslem +4,000 +3,500 +3,500
Olotrtlutad Inlnnsle Cl\arnlcal Agont Senling and
Tran.mission Technalogy +6,000 ...3.500
Face Recognlllon Aa:e.. Control, Su_ce 8. Dote
Management +2,000 +t,200
F.cllity Sacurlly +7,500 +6,400
320

BUdge!
R'1 Reg_ House sene" Conlenlnce
Projecl Alhena 8eta Site +2,000 +1,200
auadropole Resonance ExplolWe8 Detectton +2.000 +1.400
Technical Support Wmklng Group +5.000 +3,500
CT-ISR +2,000 +1,400
Developmon' or In'ogro'ed Sy.,.mo An.lyolo eop.bililie.
lor Biolertorism Responee ExercISes (2.0001 +1,500
29 CDUNTERPROLIFERATlDN ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT
TECHNOLOGIEB 71,T17 19m 108,277 100,677
Conter lor C....I.I.nd Maritime Security +3,000 +1.800
Gu.llllsn Pori.bIo Radl.tion So...h Tool (PRST) +30.000 +22.500
30 BALUSTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY 240.120 193,820 292,320 227,120
RedUce programmed. growth '55,800 ·55.800
Kinetic En.rgy Antl·Sololl~. +7,500 +7.500 +7.500
Ell18ndod Foo,Prin, Progrom +1.400 +1,000
Advanced Metallized Gelled Propellants +3.800 +2.700
M...lvloJy P.rollel Opticol Inte""",nocIS lor
MiCrOB8\elll1e8 +4,600 +3,400
ChomCol Vapor Depoollion 01 Orgenlc Mo'.riole +3.000 +2,100
COLD +3.000 +2.300
Improved MaleriaJs for OptiCIl Memories +4.200 +2.900
SlIlcon C.rblde Wide B.nd Gop _ ..h +5,500 +3,900
Wida Bondg.p Optoolectronics +ll.ooo +ll.8OO
Mul'iple T.rgo' Trool<lng Optteal Senoor Arr.y Technology
(MOST) +1,000 +\.000
AEOS MWIR Adopflve Optic 2000 +1,700
Adv.nco RF Technology Developmenl +4.000 +3.400
SIC Mirraro +2;000 +1.700
Porous Silicon +3.000 ...2,600
Tulane Cenler for Missile Defense (8001
33 ADVANCED AERDBPACE SYSTEMS 323.730 32B,730 311,530 819,330
1mproved Suborbital Operetta"s ..3,000 +1,500
Space Assembly end MonulaClUro ·7.700 ·3,500
Hyp8fOOl\1c. Fundlna (NAI) -2.800 ·1.~OO
Specs A<>c... (NAI) ·1,700 -1.000
34 CHEMICAL AHD BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM·
ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT 103,725 121,725 121,725 15B,178
Ch.m Bio DeI.n.o Inltioltvo +25,000 1"25.000
Chemical and Bio'ogeal D8tectDr. (onty tot contlnuatlon
Industry-based reaearch to mlnta\urlze chelNcal and
biologics! detoclors) +3.000 +2,650
Countenne8SUr8 to Biological and Chemical Threats
Reapon89 (Note ~ onty 10r continuation of research,
education and training fDr PUblic health, medlC8l and
Civilian organizations with responsibilItY 'or reaponcltng to
bloterroriam attacks and continued sensor research on
biologicol .nd ch.micol eg8ll1a) +10,500 +7.350
Handhelct Biological Avant OetetCtton (HBAO) Syatem +4,000 +2.000
Hlgh-Inlonolly Pulsed R8d18IIon FlICitIty lor Chomicol.nd

0._
BiologiCal Agent Defeat
InnoVl!ltlve Matertata tar MEMS Fabrication
Rapid Rooponoe

Pr09rom Cool Growth


llyo1om. Cor"or
So/lllOrNellCBRN Throm U.lng PubllcJPrlv.to AoooIs
+3.000
+2.000
+4.000
+8,000
+2.000

+9.000
-18.ODD
+2.000
+1,200
+2.000
+ll.750
·16.000
BtoadhHton Research +6.000 +4.200
Immunochemical BiolChem Agent Detector +5.000 +3.000
Rapid Rssponso Sen"", Not_Ina +1,000 +1.000
Reactive AIr PUI11lC01lon .7,000 +4,900
Vaporized Hydrogen Psro_ Toch lor Decont.mInolion ..4.000 +2,000
BIO·Memo • +8,500
321
8udgot
R·l Regue. Houoe senate C _...
35 SPECIAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT 11 ,lIN 15,888 l1,m 13,_
t>\llliVlow: Data S1andardo lor the Integralad DlgKal
Environment +4,000 +2,000
as ARMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY 4,107 6,107 4,107 6,1507
Innovative Technologies and Equipment to Counler NBC
Threet (Only tor conlinuaUOn 01' an Industry-oased
mercuric lodtda I'8S88rch program) +2.000 +1,700
37 GENERIC LOGISTICS RIoD TECHNOLOGY 22,35lI 01,319 15,350 124,300
Cal NanoScala Innovation (Nota - To continualhe elliating
program anet advance the st...e-of~the-8rt In nanosclance
and NanotechnolOgy tor delenae appJtcatlOna) +10,000 +8,500
CalKornla ManufllClUrlng Technology Canter (Note ­ Only
to develop II rapid re8ponae detense manufacturing
aupply chain pilol inKialiYs on the West cossllo meet
urgeN tietDn" reQulremema, reduce ClOtt, eliminate
shof18gea and oxpand the supplier base tor parts and
equipment Gurge requirements) +8,000 +5,100
Commerciel TechncJogiBs for MBinlener1C8 ActIvtti811 (OlMA)· +7,500 +3,750
Connaetory for Rapid ldenllllcslion of TechnolOgy
Sources +1,000 +1,000
COTS Microelectronics Su8lelnmen1 +2,500 +1,250
Dlmmlahlng MIlnutaclUting SoulO8llMllteritll SlIonage
(DMSIMS) for Forme TeChnOlogy +2,000 +1,200
OMS Osta Warenouae Solution +1,500 +5,000 +2,500
Functional Decompooltlon of Appllcstion Specllic
Integrated Clrculis (ASIC) +2,000 +1,000
Inlegrallon and Aaalmilation 01 Held and Son Cora IP +2,000 +1,000
Optimizing Elaetronics for Advanca Controlled
Environmenl System. (ACES) (Nol•• Only 10 conllnue
splrel develpment 01 the ACES program and 10 eXlend
ACES technotogy to the alectronic board Bnd system level
in tesl-scale prototype, cap~8 of rapid neld Ina8r1ion
into advanced controUed enVironmenl syetem) +14,lIOO +12,000
SiliCon eermanlum (SiGel MIQralion +2,500 +1,250
Spray Cooling Migretlon +12,000 .10,200
Wlrelell8 Au,.! Communlcallons Demonslratlon +6,000 +3,000
ChBmeleon Miniaturized Wlrelese System +'1,000 +7,700
New England Manuleeturlng Supply Chsln +8,000 +5.600
STAR40 Potlutiolt Pnwention +1,000 +1,000
Ullra-Iow Power Baltlelield sensor System +30,000 +30,000
Vahlcle Fual Call Program +7,000 +4.900
Fuel Call Mine Loader Protolype Locomotive +1,000 +',000
38 STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM 47,_ 51,088 47,_ &0.818
Intlltute of EnvironmenlBl and Human Heatth To.ldc
Chemical Cleanup +1,000 +1,000
N81ionlll EnYlronman1a1 Education Training Cen1a, +3,000 +2,550
39 JOINT WARFIGHTlNG PROGRAM e,ees D,885 11,116 10,435
JFCDMM RllIlid Dateb..a D8YlIIOllmanl +1,500 +750
•• ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES
Advance X·Ray LIthography Demonstrallon8
174,180 117,150
-+4,000
178,900 188,750
+3,400
Cr;otel Maleria! for Elaclro-Opllc Imaging and
Communicstlon +2,500 +2,125
LaBor Plasma X·Ray UlIlography SyStam -+4.000 +3,400
Th.... Dimenslonallmogtng Technology Developmenl +2,500 +2,125
...1I·tech EXienslon +750 +750
Advenosd Llthogl8phy Thin Film -+4,000 +2,800
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Reg_ H_
_Ie Con_ce
42 ADV ANCED CDNCEPT Tl!CHNOLOGY 213,381 225,1111 213,381 22S,511
Homeland Security COmm.nd .nd Control .3.000 .1,500
MARIA Mapping Sl'I'tem +3,000 .2.100
Remo,. Un••end.d S...lng Syatem +3,000 .2,100
Secured Hardware Saeed 08t8 Encryption Device +3,500 +2.450
JP-8 Pilot PI'Ogram .2,000
44 HIOH PERFDRMANCE COMPUTINO MDDERNIZATIDN
PROGRAM 0 0 2011,112 205,482
HPC Promt",., for NRl (NOTE: T....'ened from
ADTE,AF lin. 32) .5,100
Tranaf.r from RDTE,AF .185,282 .185282
HPVCI +3.000 .2,100
Simulallon HPC Upgrada +4,000 +2.000
/\RSC .5,000 .5,100
MHPCC .2,900 .2,900
N.\IIl1 R••••rch l.boratoIY MuIl~lhraad Architecture
Upgrade .5,000 +3,000
45 COMMAND, COln'ROl AND COMMUNICATIONS
8YSTeMS 242,738 242,738 190,838 195,838
Collaborali\lll OpanIIlonal Planning Enlltronmanl -8,000 -{l,ooo
AdllPtlva Wa\lllionn. -5,700 ·5,700
Secura Digital Coherent Optical communICation. +2~OOO
Asymmotrlc Threet· CCC-03 -40,400 -40,400
49 CI.AlIlIIFlED DARPA PROGRAMS 210,532 210,532 220,&32 220,532
Transfer 'rom ADTE,N .10,000 .'0,000
50 NETWORKoCEKTRIC WARFARe TliCHNOLOGY 95.8114 98.854 81,754 82.204
Enecte Booed N.two'" Talg8llng -8,900 -{l,450
114 QUICK REACTION SPEaAl PROJECTS 74.385 40,38& 74,38& 86.385
Program GrowtIl (Noto: olCdudoe Do'o... l\Cqulsillon
Chellengo Prog,am) ·25,000 ·18,000
57 TECHNOLOGY UNK, 2,000 2,000 3,BOO !,BOO
Tochnology Vomu,. (Nol.: AK/ MT)1. IIOntura) +',600 +1,600
51 AIR-TO-AIR Tl!CHNOLOGY 2,000 0 2,000 0
UnjuollfIOll Program ·2,000 0
&2 PHYSICAL SECURITY EOUIPMeNT 0 1,500 0 1,200
Security Enhencement Through Mobile Device. (SEMe) .1,500 .'200
83 JOlin' ROBOTICS PROGRAH 11,518 13,8115 18,1118 18.018
Toc1lcol Unmanned oround Vehicle (TUO\!) .2,000 +1,500 .1 ,SOD
Non Line-of-Sighl COrnmunlcaUona .3,500 .3,000
114 ADVANCED SENSOR APPLICJlTlONS PROGRAH 18,718 38,218 24,718 33,481
Active Senoor. Components Development lor Advance
Tactical Sye1eme +2.soo +1.250
C1B80lnOll Adju_ .10,000 +ll,ooo
Munl,W811O l.ength Surf8ce seoMlng lIIOIogice _ .2,000 .',400

MuIll·Wov.l8ngIh Fraeepoce Airt>ome Communlc8tlon .5,000 .3,500


High Dal8 Rate Airborne CommunicllUona +6,000 +2.500
Advoooed SolId Sloto Lese, .3.000 .2,100
70 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSe TERMINAL DEFENSE 810,440 1CM,44D 800,440 8114,440
P"'Dram Man8ged Growll\ (THAAD) -6,000 ·6,000
Arrow .00.000 +80,000
71 BALLISTIC MISSILE DliFliNSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE 3,813,281 3,829.186 3.844,281 3,794,718
&e.Sased X·8and Rader .22,900 0
Program Planning & Management ·7,000 -7,000
GMD AdcUtlonal Inten::eptora .200,000 .'80,000
Range Commond end Contml Dioploy Upgrade +3,000 +.2.800
Ronge Doto Monlto</....ll'I'l. Tool +3,000 .2.600
SHOTS .5.000 +4,250
PMRF Upgrodee .20,000 .19,000
323

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72 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEfENSE BOOST DEFENSE
Program Managemenl Growth
73 CHEMICAL AND BIDLDClICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM •
DEMIYAL
Budget
!!!QU!!!
621.284

162,142
Ho_

624,284
·2,000

163.142
-(4000)
628.284

138,542
eon.......
(4000)
624,284
·2,000

132,842
Center lor 810 Def,nse .1,000 +1,000
Program Concu,rencylC081 Gro"'" ·38,100 ·38,100
Oral Adjuvants +',500 +',000
Inteotloul Dees•• Tteoldng +3.000 +1,800
BIdogIcal Proceaa D8Y8Iopmlnl ~,OOO +3,000
Oral AnthraxIPIlgue Vacdne "'.000 +2,000
74 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSORS 438,242 438,242 437,742 430,242
ConlOltoal1 Block 08 and 10 '15.500 -15,500
Airborne Infrared SUrvalllanoo (AlAS) +15,000 +7,500
75 BALLISTIC MISSILE DERNSE SYSTEM INTERCEPTOR 301,052 151,052 81,052 118,052
Aaduoa Programmed Growth -150,000 -f75,000 ·162,000
Experiment and TNtlng Programmed GlOWIh ·35,000 '20,000
76 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST & TARGETS 811.622 813,622 611,522 812,522
Proton·NaUlron Pulaa Capability lor Nuclear Waapons
Simulation al thalndl8na UnlWl8lty Cyclotron Facility
(IUCF) +2,100 +1.000
77 BALUSTIC MISSILE DEFENSE PRODUCTS 343,844 312,844 SCIS,844 soa,844
Reduce Programmed Growth -31,100 -40.000 -35,000
78 BALUSTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS CORE 4S3,8S8 451,488 437,DSO 460,.
EI8Ctro-C>i;nlc Components for Maile Defen.. +5.000 +4.300
Pump Arrays 'or High Eno'VY Loaara +2,800 +2,100
Aeduce Programmed Growth -45.000 ·80.000 -52,000
Widl Bandwidth Technology (WBn +5,000 +2.500
Carbon Foam Program +2,500 +2,100
AAC (Nola - lot oompUIOf equlpmant upgradoa) +10,534 +7,400
82 JOINT SERVICE EDUCATION AND TlIAlNIltG SYSTEMS [ 0 0 0 1,000
. Muftiplaya, 1m1ll8nl11/8 Leamlng Environment +1,000
83 JOINT ELECTIIOMAGNETIC TECHNOLDClY (JET)
PROGRAM 8,382 8,3112 18,382 15,182
Tech Devalopmant (JET)IDaIlB MinI Training +5,000 "',300
Tech Dovelopmant (JET)JtlIPAS +5,000 "',500
84 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PlIOGlIAM •
I!MD 141,017 1159,117 137,017 142,117
Chomlcal Blaloglcll Monlla""g oyalOm (CVMSII) +5,000 +2,500
enticel Reagent Program +500 +500
Jalnl Slrvice lightweight Slanda1l CI1emlCaI Agenl
Dolectar IJSLSCAD) +4,000 +2.000
LaoOf Inta""9alloo 01 Su"8C8 Agon'" +2.000 +1,400
Program DuplICation -13/000 ·13.000
USA Aocon Vehicle +2,000 +1,400
85 MANPADS DEFENSE PROGRAM 21,000 3,000 25,000 3,IlOO
UnjustltNKt Program Growth ·22,000 -22,000
116 JOINT lIOS0TICS PROGRAM· EMD 13,1597 24,887 20,097 21,697
Unde, Vahlcle _Ie InopecUanl_ UGV +6,000 +5,000 +5,100
Naliooa' Cenl. 'or Defense Robotics +3,000 +I.soo
Tactical UnmanneCl GlOUtld Vehlcll +2,000 +',500 +1,500
IlO PATIIIOT PAC·3 THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE
ACQUISIT10II 0 3115,800 0
Tranafer trom Army.Conoalldata PAC·3 and MEADS +395,800 0
324

Budgot
R·l Rog_ Ha_ s...... Con...... nM
el INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT 10,539 3.lI5I 10,sag 3.lI5I
Rapid AocIuleition InoenliYG8 -a,eel -a,eel
IT INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM 5.887 8,117 5,917 8.117
Secure relecommunloallons NelWortcelnltiltiye. FAU +1,000 +1,000
103 DEFENSE READINESS REPORT1NG SYSTEM (DRRS) 18,117& 10,000 11,1175 15,1175
ProgramG_ -a.575 ·3,000
109 GENERAL SUPPORT TO C3I 201,_ 2&.138 31._ 32,eaa
UAV SH and Avoid .1.600 .1.050
PDC +7.000 .7.000
1I I INTERAGENCY EXPORT LICENSE AUTOMATION 8,137 7,1:f1 1,137 7,137
Program AOdUCIlOn '1,000 '1.000
114 CLASSIFIED PROGRAM USD(P) 0 1....000 0 1....000
CI..elfled Program Chonge +148.000 +148.000
118 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM :19,345 48,346 40.145 44.145
Chemical BIological Werlere Agent DeteclOr Chip
Mobile Chemical Aoent Detection
.2.000 .,.000
+5.000 .3.500
Hanaheld BlOagenlldenllfter +1,500 .1,000
I Ie CLAS!lIFlED PROGRAMS· C31 20,558 13,&&8 20,656 18,30&
Automel&d SpeecI1 Rscognnlon. Volce Comllllllld ena
Conlrol (ASRVCC) +18.000 .'8,000
Foreign Supplier Aasessmenl Canter +8.000 +3.800
GloballnllB8lructure Dola Captu", Prog""" +19,000 +1&.160
12& DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION 8_ 8,938 11.438 8.938
GYPSY Dolla (NOla· MOYlld to OTE) .2,500 0
134 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
(OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT) 3,442 3,442 0 0
New Start Duplication ·3,442 ·3,442
138 C4IINTEROPERABILITY 42.41& 48.41& 42.41& 45.815
System 01 Sya.am. Engineering Centar 01 E_1ence
(SoSECE) +4,000 +3.400
148 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM 471,1117 4711,&117 4711." 413,498
AnIblc Mallll So_r +339 +33g
seeure Call Pho""" .5.000
Networtc, Inlormetion and Space 5aeurily .3.000 +1,600
151 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM 48.891 41,191 81,Bll ~.191
Program Growth Radudion -a,000 ·8.000
Joint Inlormation Technology Project +12.000 +10,200
154 NET-CENTRIC ENTERPRISE SERVICES (NCU) 40.130 30,130 40.130 30.130
Program Growth Reduction '10.000 ·10,000
158 DEFENSE IMAGERY AND MAPPING PROGRAM 181,&73 181,873 17.,113 172,323
PIPES .9.000 +7,&60
BRITE +4.000 +2,800
182 DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELUGENCE PROGRAM 82,288 112.268 82,268 80,218
DelenaG Joint Countef'1nlelUgence Capability +16,000 .,.10.500
Raduction In Clasailled ActiYlIy -6,000 ·2,500
I II TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT 2".1~ 228,~ 248.1~ 249.1~
CI8Iulfled Ad,iuetrnenr -22,500 0 0
325

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Copper Ba88d C..tlng Technology
Deflnaa Supply Chain Technology Progl1lm
Manufac!uring Englnaeoog DIsPlay COoling
Budget

R!CI!l!!!

18.185
-

60,865
+2.000
+8,000
+20,000
Sen"'"
23,165 48._
Can'......oe

+1,000
+4,800
+'7,000
Stnl!IH Business TechnICal Procurement Oente, +1,500 +1,250
Twel"" Screw Exll\ldorlor Fuel Call Technology +3.000 +1,500
!.aSer Additivo Manu1llCluring +4.000 +2,400
Nen Generation Manufacturtng Technologws +3,000 +2,250
113 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT ',000 0 3.000
Spike Urban Warfare System +8,000 +3,000
184 SPECIAL OPeRATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY 20,&00 '4.00a 23,700
Advanced Manpak Threat Warning and Surveillance
Syoto,"" +4.000 +5.000 +4.000
Al!o'dablo Al:ca.o 10 Night Villon Equlpmont +2.000 +1.700
Automatod Asa.mbty 01 eectro·Opttc gensOI'8 and
oevltao +3.000 +2.550
DUalband Univaroal Niltlt Slghl (DUNS) +2.000 +1,700
Image Fusion Common Aperture Syalomo Develot>ment +2.500 +2,125
Light Recon Vehlola wllh ChemloallBiolDglcal Aaallime
SBnaor +4,000 +2,400
SenIor. tor AulOIlOm<l\lI Navlgallon +3,000 +2,550
Covert WavelOnll +2.500 +1,750
SOF Unmannad Vehlclo Taclmology Inlagratlon +4,000 +2,800
Spacial AlITerraJn VehlDles +2.500 +2.'25
,85 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TACncAL SYSTEMS 265,881 288,881 341_ 344,2l11
Advsnoad Ta'llat Iden111ioatlon Capability for AC-l3OU
Gunship +3.000 +6.500 +3.860
GunshollSnl1lOf Dotec1lon Svolom +5.000 +2,500
MBI1t V Compuler sys1em Upgrade +',000 +1.000
Material Improvemenl and Conol'ion Control on
Communk:aUons EqUipment +3.000 +2,!il50
Millimeter Forwartllooking Synthetic Apertu~Radar +6.000 +4.250
MU"~Band Mullt·Mlsslon Radio +5.000 +4,250
Rabrealhar (NolO: Only to oonUnue developmen' 0111.'0
oIlhe art military ._"",11 _88lher spplloal1ono) +4.000 +3.400
SOCOM Ro18IY Wing UAV (leW ..laling DARPA
program) (Nola: only 10 cont/nuo develot>ment oIlhe A,GO
SOCOM rotary wing UI\V) +'8.000 +16.300
SOCOM ATV Pllllaol (N"'o: movad 10 P,OW Une 50) +1,000
Undarell80ullcn -10.000
Advsnood SEAL Delivery Svo'om INoIe: Transfer from
P.DW +23,573 0
Dominanl Vistan +8,000 +4.800
Atr-Ground Interface simulator +7,000 +4.200
CV·22 Trensl., Irom RDTE.N +34 1000 +34,000
Ughtwoight Counter Mortar Radar +1.500 +1.000
DigItal Auto FrIQM Control Sy8tem +0,000 ",200
Navsl Spacisl Wartare Cl1lft .,.3,000
186 SPECIAl. OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCI! SYSTl!MS 18,728 25.728 22.728 20.528
Optimal Placement 01 UnaJlended SenIOrs +3.000 +1.500
SOCOM Multipurpose Antonna. X·Band (SMAX) +1.000 +1.000
SPecIal Operelions JoIn' lnIoragency CcIIaboretlon
Canter
+3.000 .,.1,600
Jolnl Threat Warning' System
.,.3,500 +2.450
$OF Inteiligonce SyalOll1 Development
+2,500 +1.250
187 SOF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT 0 0
326

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I . SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS
SOF SpecKle CISM Syelem Tailoring
Spociol Collect.,n (SC) Program
Specialized Unattended sensor Network
BudgOl
R!I!IU!!!
N.430
Ha...
a,930
+1.000
+2,000
+2.000
-
46,sao
ConfeNnce
92,960
+1.000
+1,200
.1.700
T""ticallnlormatlon Dtllllley (W~ot Mounled Tactical
Wireless Display Syslem aVSS·Global Vlcleo
Surveillance Syotem) (Note: only to conlinue Ph.... III
SBIR davolopmant and inlegrallon) +12.000 +10,200
Tactical Surveill.nce Equipment +2,600 +2,120
B-Band Night Vision System +4,000 +2.800
Nanotechnology RelO8rch +7,600 +5,l!OO
Logiallca Support Cralt +7,250 +4.300
Program Duplication -38.600 0
899 CLASBIFlEC PROGRAMS 2,884,660 3,311,440 2,874,572 3,011,052
ClaBsi1iad Program Adjustment +416,790 -20,076 +116.402
327
TECHNOLOGY VENTURE CENTER
The conferees agree to provide $1,600,000 for the Technology
Venture Center in Montana and for an entrepreneurial training!
virtual business incubator in Alaska using science and technology.
SPRAY COOUNG MANuFACTURING ENGINEERING
The conferees are aware of the major contributions that
DMEA's spray cooling program has made to a number of defense
programs through its ability to allow commercial electronics to op­
erate successfully in harsh military environments while reducing
size and weight. The conferees urge the department to standardize
spray cooling technology components and products to facilitate
their migration to other military programs. Accordingly, the con­
ferees have added funding above the president's request to continue
its efforts to standardize this important technology. The conferees
also encourage DMEA to continue its work with the services to in­
crease service familiarity with this advanced technology.
TERRORISM INFORMATION AWARENESS (TIA)
The conferees agree with the Senate position which eliminates
funding for the Terrorism Information Awareness (TIA) program
within the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
The conferees are concerned about the activities of the Information
Awareness Office and direct that the Office be terminated imme­
diately. The only research projects previously under the jurisdiction
of the Information Awareness Office that may continue under
DARPA are: Bio-Event Advanced Leading Indicator Recognition
Technology, Rapid Analytic Wargaming, Wargaming the Asym­
metric Environment, and Automated Speech and Text Exploitation
in Multiple Languages (including Babylon and Symphony). The
conferees fmd these programs are not components of TIA for the
purposes of section 8131. The conference agreement does not re­
strict the National Foreign Intelligence Program from using proc­
essing, analysis and collaboration tools for counterterrorism foreign
intelligence purposes.
CHEMICAL IMAGING FOR FOOD AND WATER SAFETY
The conferees are aware of recent research which rapidly
measures the presence of pathogens in food and water by chemical
imaging. Successful implementation of this technology will have a
significant iIilpact on the soldier in the field and can be applied to
commercial uses as well. The conferees encourage the Department
to consider further research in this field.
CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM
Within funds provided for the Chem-Bio Defense Initiatives
Fund, the conferees recommend the creation of an end-to-end point
of care based diagnostic network to combat terrorism. Funds should
be distributed to partnerships that combine universities and non­
profit institutes with industrial partners to insure rapid translation
into clinical use.
328
GROUND-BASED MIDCOURSE DEFENSE
Additional funding is provided to the Ground-based Midcourse
Defense program to procure additional Ground Based Interceptors
at Fort Greely; to enhance security measures to protect this stra­
tegic facility; and to accelerate installation of communications at
Eareckson Air Station. The conferees direct the Director of the Mis­
_ sile Defense Agency to submit a. report to the Committees on Ap­
propriations within 120-days of enactment of the fiscal year 2004
Defense Appropriations Act on the Department's plan to implement
this funding guidance.
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329

OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION, DEFENSE

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:

(In thou'lInda of doll.,.,)


......t Houle Senate Conferenc.e

OPERAltOH~L lESt 8 EV~L, OEfEM5E


ADVANCED TECttNOLOOV DEVELOPitENT
lEST 8 E"LU~HOH SCIEIlCE 8 nCHMOU)GY, . , , , 12,804 12.804 12.804 12,804
....... . ' .. ~. ... ............. . ............... . ............. ­
~

TOTAL. AWAMCEO TEC"..oLOGV OEVELOP"ENT .. ........... 12.80. 12,104 12,804 12,804

ROTIE HA~GEHENT SUPPORT


CENlRAL lE51 ~HD EV~LU~lIOH IIlVES1HOO llE'/ELDPlIENl (el 123.21~ 130.21~ 138.81~ 138, "e
OPERAliOMAL TEST AMD EVALUATION •• , , .• ,' •.•. ,. 37,323 37,323 37,323 37,J23

LIVE FIRE lE51ING ......... " ...... " '0,07< 10,074 12.574 11,&74

DEYELOPHENl lESl AND EVALu~nOll •• , •. 103.245 103.245 103.245 10~. 745

... - ......... ............... .. ............. .............

TD1~L, ROT&E MHAGf.KEHT SUPPORT. 213.857 280,8:57 291.957 293,0&7

. _-- ... _' .... - ---_ .. _- .. - . -_ ... - ... __ ... - ... _--_._-­
T01AL. OPERAlIOliAL lE51 8 EV~L, OEF!Il5E .•• 285,851 203,881 304,761 305.851
330
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
(In thouaanda of doU...)

Budgtl
u .. R!quest Ho_ Sen",," Conferwnca

CENTRAL TEST ANO EVAlUATION INVESTMENT


2 DEVELOPMENT (CTEIP) 123,215 130,215 138,815 138,115
AiTboIT18 5_alion Video 5)'8\810 ~1.0oo +1.000
Oigillli Video Laboratory >6.000 +3,000
Roadway Simulator +5,600 ~3.400
UAV Syslems and OpsnItions Vslillation Facility ~7.000 +4,900
Unmanned Systems Tsstblld Pro)llct +3,000 +2,600
4 UVE FIRE TEsnNG 10,074 10,074 12,574 11,874
R...llty Fin-fighting Tralnino ~2,500 +1,800
DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVAlUAnON 103,245 103,245 103,245 105,745
GPS VUlnerability Tasting GYPSY DELTA - Transferred
from ROTE, DoW Uno 125 ~2.600
331
TITLE V-REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS
DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FuNDS
The conferees recommend an appropriation of $1,641,507,000
for the Defense Working Capital Funds instead of $1,712,507,000
as proposed by the House or $1,449,007,000 as proposed by the
Senate.
DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FuND REDUCTIONS
The conferees concur with Senate Report 108-87 regarding the
adequacy of budget justifications for the Defense Working Capital
Funds.. The conferees recommend a reduction of $80,000,000 to the
budget estimate, to be distributed only as follows:
Working Capital Fund, Defense-Wide -$40,000,000
Working Capital Fund, Air Force - $40,000,000
MEALS READY-TO-EAT (MRE) INvENTORIES
The conferees are concerned that the current MRE inventory
does not provide adequate stock levels to meet documented war re­
serve requirements. While the Department has identified a war re­
serve requirement of 6.0 million cases of MRE's, current inventory
is only 3.4 million cases. The conferees applaud the Defense Logis­
tics Agency for identifying a higher MRE war reserve requirement
to improve the Department's long-term MRE war reserve require­
ment to improve the Department's long-term sustainment posture.
The conferees direct the Secretary of Defense to fund that increase
requirement in the Department's fiscal year 2005 budget submis­
sion, with the goal of a full war reserve inventory of MREs by fiscal
year 2006.
NATIONAL DEFENSE SEALIFT FuND
The conferees agree to provide $1,066,462,000 for the National
Defense Sealift Fund, $3,700,000 above the budget request for the
conversion of a former Naval vessel into a training ship for the
Great Lakes Maritime Academy. The conferees further agree that
within funds made available in the National Defense Sealift Fund,
$6,500,000 is available only for the construction of additional sea­
lift capacity.
The conference agreement fully funds the construction of the
T-AKE program as requested.
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TITLE VI - OrnER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS

The conference agreement on the items addressed by either the House

or the Senate is as follows:

lin 1110.._ 01 cIollonj

Budget
Reguell House "nllle Confe......
Def...... Hoatth Program....,...•....................•............
15,270,5Oll 15.613.159 15,656.913 15,730,013
Chemical Agents end MunHio.. OestructiOn. Army .. 1,650.076 1.533.261 1.620.076 1.500.261
Drug Inter<lictlon end Co...., Drug Adivitl.., Defe .. 617,371 617.371 632.371 635,616
Office of tho Inllpector Gennl . 162.~9 162,~9 162,~9 '62.~9

Tol8l, Other Department of Defen.. Programs . 17.900,405 16.126,240 16.271,809 18,228,339


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DEFENSE HEAlTH PROGRAM

EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS


{In thousands of dollars]
Budget
Request House Senele Conlerence
Operation alld Maintenance 14,87&,887 14,874,037 14,918,791 14,91ol,81&
l..tIouHCara 4,105,010 4,121,110 4,146,914 4,1&2,539
'Golden HDU~ Con'a1n~ +1,000 +1,000
AlasIla FedeRlI Hoaith elfe NelWOX +2,500 +2,500
Automated Clinical Practice Guidelnes +7 1500 ..e,300
_l,se Snakes +',000 +1,000
Cooler for Disaster Humankanan
Assistance Medicine (USUHS) +1,000 +1,000
Colon Cancer Program (NNMC) +7,000
Defense and Veterans Head Injury
Program +3,000 +2,100
Digital Access and Analysis 01 HIstoric
Recoros at AFIP +12,000 +10,200
DODNA CoUaboraOve WOIJld Healing
Iniliative +3,000 <500
Graduate School 01 Nursing +2,500 +2,500
Heellh Study elthe lowe AAny
Amnv.mition Plant +1,000 +1,000
Madigan Amrf Medical Trauma Center +1,000 +1,000
MilillJy Sexual101sgrhy Program +150 +150
PacifIC Island Health Care Networ1< -tli,ooo -04,500
1echnology for Rapidly Diegnoae
Demlatological Diseases +3,000 +1,500
Tn-Servlce Nursing Research Program "';,000 "';,000
Uni~a1 Medical-Gurglcal Prodllet
Catalog -tli,000 +3.500
Waller Reed Amputee Center +2,375
Walter Reed Army Medical Center SRM +10,000 +'0.000
ONWIOSWIODS Conops .0,596 .0,596

Prl¥1Ie Sector Cora 7,420,972 7,420,172 7,GO,972 7A20,972

Coneolldllld HeIIIll Cen 6upplIrt 862,391 1&2,391 882,391 8&2,391


Infolllllllon MlIleg.-t 721,083 702,083 721,G83 701,483
Mecical Recoros Data Con,erlIion at
WRAMC +1,000 +1,000
MedicalRll<XlIl!s Data ConWlrSion a1
BNNMC +1,000 +1,000
Assessment and Demonstration center
!or'USAF Surgeon General -04,000 +3,400
General Reduction ·25,000 -25,000

MllIIlIemlll1 AI:lIvItIao 239,4511 239,459 239,459 239,49


Educalion IIld Training 385,317 385,317 386,317 385,317
lin. OperaIIanaIC_Ulllclllonl 1,142,855 1,142,155 1,1G,&55 1,1G,I55
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Budget
Request House Ssnste Conference

PIoeul1lIIIenl 327,126 321,826 327,626 328,826


OEPUEO Relurllishmonl +1.000 +1.000

Re"lIl:h, Developmen~ T"lend ev.lueOon 65,796 410,296 410,296 46,271


Anti-Radiatioo 0nJg Development at
AFRRI -05.000 +2.500
An!rI Peer-ReWrM!d 81ellSl Cancer
Research Program +150,000 +150,000 +150.000
Asmy Peer-Reviewed Proslale Can<er
Research Program ~.OOO "85,000 <65.000
Bader Healtll and Envi(OMl8ntal Threats
In~ialive
+1.500 +1,000
Clinical Coupler Inlegrauon <6,000 +4.200
Com~tav lltId AIIemillNe Uedldne
(MIL.cAM) +4,000 +3,000 +3.000
Comprehensive Rep/oductive System
C8tB Prcgnrn (Note: only for CC1l1inued
COO/djnation be_ Waller Reed Army
Medeal CMtor, • rural medical center
and non·JlId~ medicaJ loundlltion to
provide a program lor IeptOdUdive
system's risk sssessmon~ diagnosis,
Ire81ment and culling edge resssrch.) +16.000 +13,&:10
ComPtJlor Assisted Csncer Dsvice (Note:
only lor research relating 10 30 imaging
eapabilltieS for detection and diegnosis 01
bleast cancer at Waltor Reed Army
MadIcaI ConIOl.) +1.000 +1,000
Donor Cad Blood DemonSlrslion +1.000 +1.000
Genetic Can<er Reseetch +2.000
Globel HIVIAIDS PreYlllltion <6.000 ....250
Gynecdoglcal Cancer Cenler 1-3,000 +2,100
Hawaii Federal Hea\lh Cn N _ +24,000 +23,000
HeaJIhca'8 Informatics TIlSlbod +2,000 +1.700
Intagrallve HeeUng PlllCtiCllS for Veterans +2.000 +1,200
JOIIIt Re\UCen1ellt Program +1,000 +1.000
Laser Vlalon CorrectIon +3,000 +1,500
L~kerm.~(CUl~ -05,000 +4,250
ManganllSS Health Research +2.000 +1,400
Medical Erro< Reduction InitiaUve +1 000 +1.000
1

Molecular and Cllnical-llased


Comprehensive Cardiac Can! (Note: only
lor the Unllormed 6ervic;eo University 01
HesI1h ScIences to contlnue on-goIng
- among WaJllII Reed An!rI MecicaI
Cantor. an lII'IllllIlriala non-pIOfIl medical
foundation and a rural primary heellhcere
centet'.) +7,000 -05.950
MoleaJIer Medlone +1.000
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Budget
Request HOuSe Senate Conlenlnoe
Muscle Rese..oo Consol\ium +1,000 +1,000
loIu",""" DysIrop/1y Research <!i,ooo +4,250
MyeIoprofderallve Di50rtlenI Research <!i,000 +4,250
Noo""J"l18tlc Reseatd> and
Computational Genomlcs +1,500 +1,000
Neurosciellce Resaarch (Nole: OI1Iy for
!he eootdinlll8d effolt among DoD
Medical Treatment FaclllUes, the
Unifonned SeNices UnlV8Bily of lila
Health Sciences, aprimary heallhcare
center, W1l1llunlling management
acarnpIlshed by tile Uniformed Services
univoratty 01 tile Health SCien""".) +10,000 "lI,500
~lhalm(jogy Trailing end EdUcation +1,000
Ovarian Cancer Research Program +10,000 +10,000 +10,000
Peer Reviewed Medical Reaeareh
Program +50,000 +50,000
Pellscopic SUrgery Project +2,500 +2,125
Portallle Remote Modlcal Collection and
Relay Capability +1,600
P",I-PoIi<l S",ctome +3,000 +2,550
Preventive Medicine Research lor
ProslaleCllflC8I +1,000 +1,000
Spinal Cord Injury Rsseareh (Nole: only
for lI1e project 10 cure paralysis.) +3,500 +1,750
Temperature Stable H~ eased
O><ygen earn... (Nota: TnIlsferred to
ROTE,N Une 137) +7,000
Tuberous Sderosls Complm (TSC) +4,000 °
+3,000
Type 2Diabelea Rese8lCh +10,000 +10,000
Unilsd Slates M~lary Cancer InSliMe +3,000 +3,000
Volume ArgoCAT (VAel Researt:h +4,000

Operation and Maintenance 14,876,887 14,874,037 14,818.781 14,914,818


Procurement 327,826 328,826 327,826 328,826
ReselIlit, Developmen1, Tes\ and EVBlualion 66,796 410,296 410,296 0186,371
T....' 15,270,509 15,613,159 15,656,913 15,nO,013
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DHP REPROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
The conferees remain concerned regarding the transfer of
funds from DoD military medical treatment facilities (MTFs) to pay
for contractor-provided medical care. To limit such transfers within
the Defense Health Program operation and maintenance account,
the conferees have included bil language designating Private Sec­
_ tor Care under the TRICARE program as a separate sub-appropria­
tion within the Defense Health Program. Any transfer of funds into
or out of the Private Sector Care sub-appropriation will require the
Department of Defense to follow prior approval reprogramming
procedures.
MYELOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS RESEARCH
The conferees recommend $4,250,000 for research into the spe­
cific chronic myeloproliferative disorders of the polycythemia vera,
idiopathic myelofibrosis, and essential thrombocytosis. These dis­
orders of the bone marrow are malignant diseases that offer great
research promise with respect to the behavior of human blood cells.
The conferees direct that the Secretary of Defense, in conjunction
with the service Surgeons General, select basic or translational
medical research projects of clear scientific merit and of direct rel­
evance to military health.
PEER REVIEWED MEDICAL RESEARCH PROGRAM
The Senate recommended $50,000,000 for a Peer Reviewed
Medical Research program. The conferees agree to provide
$50,000,000 for this program, and recommend the following
projects as candidates for study: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; alco­
holism research; anti-diarrhea supplement; blood-related cancer re­
search; childhood asthma; chronic pain research; epilepsy research;
geneware rapid vaccine development; interventional cardiovascular
magnetic resonance imaging technologies; muscle function re­
search; Malaria vaccine initiative [SBRl]; Muscular Dystrophy;
osteoporosis and bone related disease research; Padget's disease;
providence cancer research project; post traumatic stress disorders;
social work research; interstitial cystitis; military medical
informatics research; limb loss and paralysis research; and Reserve
component medical training program.
The conferees direct the Department to provide a report by
March 1, 2004, on the status of this Peer Reviewed Medical Re­
search Progr~m.
COST SHARING FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS
The conferees commend the Department for its management of
the peer reviewed medical research and cancer research programs,
but note with concern the challenge of funding increases to these
programs within the resources available for military spending.
Therefore, the conferees direct the Assistant Secretary of Defense
(Health Affairs), in consultation with the service Surgeons General
and the Institute of Medicine, to investigate alternative funding
sources, including private sector and non-Federal contributions,
that can best be used to leverage appropriated funds without bias­
337
ing the peer review selection process. The Department should re­
port their findings and recommendations when submitting their
annual report on the status of the Peer Review Medical Research
Program, due on March 1, 2004.
CHROPRACTIC HEALTH CARE INITIATIVE
The Congress appropriated $750,000 in the Department of De­
fense Appropriations Act 2003 (Public Law 107-248) under the
heading "Defense Health Program" for operation and maintenance
for the Chiropractic Initiative. The conferees agree and direct the
Department to make available from any available balances,
$750,000 to develop and carry out a joint chiropractic health care
initiative with the Texas Chiropractic College.
BETANCES HEALTH CENTER
The Congress appropriated $500,000 in the Department of De­
fense Appropriations Act 2003 (Public Law 107-248) under the
heading "Defense Health Program" for operation and maintenance
for the Betances Health Center. The conferees agree and direct the
Department to make available from any available balances
$500,000 to the Betances Health Center to support the restoration
of health care services.
HEALTHEFORCEslOUTCOMES MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
The conferees agree with the Senate position on the Walter
Reed Army Medical Center's HealtheForces/Outcomes Management
Program and note that a portion of the funds may be used for col­
laborative projects for chronic disease management in medically
underserved, rural areas.
DISPOSABLE TOOTHBRUSHES
The conferees encourage the Army to consider looking at the
viability of adding disposable toothbrushes to sundry packs.
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CHEMICAL AGENTS AND MUNmONS DESTRUCTION, ARMY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In thGul8ndl of dollDra)


Budget Hou.. &BOlte Conf ,reneE

CHEH AGENTS a HUNI TlONS DESTRUCT1011. ARlty


CHEP'I DEP'lILITARIZATION • OM .... , ... , .. 1,198.1ee 1.199.188 1.189.168 1.189.188
CHEP'I OEMILITARIZATION • PAOC ......... 79.212 79.212 79,212 79.212
CHEN CENILITARI2ATlOII • ROTE....•... 251.881 2H.881 251.881 251.881
CHEll D.HILITARI2ATlOII • "ILCOH ...... 118.815 118,816
............... ................. .................. .................
TOTAL. CHE" AGENTS & "UNITIONS CESTllVCTION. ARHY .•.. 1,850,078 1.533.281 1.820.078 1.500.281
339
SIERRA ARMY DEPOT
The conferees have provided funding for the Sierra Army
Depot CryofracturelPlasma Arc Demilitarization Program within
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army as opposed to
the funding provided in the House bill.
DRUG INTERDICTION AND COUNTER-DRUG ACTMTIES, DEFENSE
The conference agreement includes $835,616,000 for "Drug
Interdiction and Counter-drug Activities, Defense" as opposed to
$817,371,000 as proposed by the House and $832,371,000 as pro­
posed by the Senate. Adjustments to the budget request are as fol­
lows:
340
EXPLANATION Of PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
lin tho.llndl 01 dollaral

817.371
MoUN

817,371
...-
832,371
Con'.r.,u»

I3M18

RECOMMENDED INCREASES;

Young Marines +2,000 .1,700


Florida Natlon.1 Guard Coont.,-Drug ActJvitI.. +2,500 .2,125
Indiana National Guard Counter-Drug ActMlies +1,000 .1,000
Natlona' Inta,agancy CMI-Milnlry IlUl1lluta
+3,000 .1,500
South....t Borda' Fence
.5,700 +4.000
Kentuckv National Guard Counter-Orug Activities .3,000 .3.600 .3,000
MuRhlurisdiettonal Counle,-Drug Teak Force Tl1Ilnlng .3,500 +2.975
Southwvsl AntI-Drug Border Ststeslnl1ia1ive +10,000 +8.500
Army R••eIVa Support
+4.000 +2,000
Navy A••e.... Support
.2,000 +1,000
Marine Corps Reserve Support +1,500 +760
Air FOfC8 Reserve Support +2.000 +1.000
National Guard Counter-Drug SUpport +26.000 -1"18,000
Regi.on&1 Coumer-ONg Training Academy Wisslsslppi +6,000 +4,200
North East Regional Counter·Drug Training Center +6.800 +4,760
MKlW8'St Reg\Ol'\8l Counter-Drug Tralntng Cen'. +3.000 +2.100
Alaska National Guard COunter..Qrug Program +3,000 +2.700
Hawaii National Guard COun\er·Orug PfOQtam +3.000 +2,700
W~81 Virginia National Gual'd Counter-Drug Program +3,100 +2.635
NS\lBda Nat\onlll\ Guard CO RAIO program +2,000 +1,500
Appalachia High In(enoily Tl1Ifflcking Aree +1,000 +1,000

RECOMMENDED REDUCTIDNS:

lntMlig_nee, Surveil1ance. ReGonnBlaUflCe and Tanker -2.000 -2,000


stJPpon

Ground Baaed End Game Operetlana


-5,500 -8.500 -6,500
Airborne Reconnaissance Low
-5.000 -5,000
Maritime Patf'Ot Aircratl
·2,000 -3.000 -3,000
Hemispheric Radar Systems
-1,000 -2,000
eN Command and Management Syalem
-2,000 -2.000
Aeroalat8
-4,000 -8.000
Enhanced ParuiColombla Support
-5.000 -17.000 -6.500
SOF CO Support
-4.too -3.000 -4,100
ROUE ·3.000 -4.300
Flaat Sl4lport
-1.500 ·1,sao
JIATF-E
-3.000 0
Northem Command eN Mission SuPpor1 -10.000 -4,000
Emerging Threols -2,000 -4.000
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NORTHERN COMMAND
The Senate included report language expressing concern about
plans to consolidate some existing functions and personnel cur­
rently residing with the regional Commands at the newly created
Northern Command and adjusted the budget accordingly. The
House shares these concerns. While the conferees agree that North­
- ern Command has a tremendous responsibility for protecting the
continental United States from many threats to include those asso­
ciated with counter-narcotics and fully support their requirements,
they also fully support the missions and expertise that reside with
the existing regional commands, most notably the United States
Pacific and Southern Commands. The conferees direct that none of
the resources or personnel to include those of the reserve compo­
nents currently assigned to Pacific Command or Southern Com­
mand shall be diverted to Northern Command without 15 days
prior notification of the congressional defense committees. The con­
ferees have adjusted the budget to support their recommendation.
OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL
The conferees agree to provide $162,449,000, as proposed by
both the House and Senate, for the Office of the Inspector General.
TITLE VII-RELATED AGENCIES
CENTRAL INTElLIGENCE AGENCY RETIREMENT AND DISABILI'IY
SYSTEM FUND
The conference agreement appropriates $226,400,000 for pay­
ment to the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability
System Fund, as proposed by both the House and the Senate.
INTELLIGENCE COMMUNI'IY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT
(INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)
The conference agreement appropriates $175,113,000 instead
of $170,640,000 as proposed by the House and $165,390,000 as pro­
posed by the Senate.
The conference agreemenf provides for a transfer of
$44,300,000 to the Department of Justice for the National Intel­
ligence Center to support the Department of Defense's counter-drug
intelligence responsibilities, instead of $46,100,000 as proposed by
the House and $34,100,000 as proposed by the Senate.
PAYMENT TO KAHO'OLAWE ISLAND CONVEYANCE, REMEDIATION, AND
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION FUND
The conference agreement provides $18,430,000 for the
Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation, and Environmental
Restoration Fund as proposed by the Senate.
NATIONAL SECURI'IY EDUCATION TRUST FUND
The conference agreement appropriates $8,000,000 for the pur­
poses of title VIII of Public Law 102-183, to be derived from the
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National Security Education Trust Fund, as proposed by both the
House and the Senate.
TITLE VIII-GENERAL PROVISIONS
The conference agreement incorporated general provisions of
the House and Senate versions of the bill which were not amended.
Those general provisions that were amended in conference follow:
- The conferees included a general provision (Section 8008)
which amends language recommended by the House and the Sen­
ate with respect to the programs granted multi-year procurement
authority.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8014)
which amends House language regarding converting functions of
the Department of Defense to contractor performance, by adding
cost differential criteria; crediting conversions toward outsourcing
goals, and excluding depot contracts and depot maintenance con­
tracts.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8018)
which amends Senate language to require that the Department of
Defense budget submission for fiscal year 2005 shall identify antici­
pated residual value settlements.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8049)
which amends House and Senate language recommending rescis­
sions. The rescissions agreed to are:
(RESCISSIONS)
Fiscal Year 2001:
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy: Auxiliaries Craft and
Prior Year Program Costs .. $3,835,000
Fiscal Year 2002:
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy: Auxiliaries Craft and
Prior Year Program Costs .. 9,336,000
Fiscal Year 2003:
Aircraft Procurement, Army:
Chinook .. 39,100,000
A2C2S . 8,000,000
Weapons and Tracked ~o~bat Vehicles, Army:M1A2 . 30,000,000
Procurement of Ammumtion, Army: CTG, 40MM, All Types .. 36,000,000
Other Procurement, Army: Advanced Aviation Instrumentation
Training Simulator 8,000,000
Other Procurement, Air Force: Classified 10,000,000
Procurement Defense-Wide:
EC-130J Upgrades 15,000,000
DIRCM Laser 33,000,000
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army:
Environmental Medical Unit 1,650,000
Classified Program 1,339,000
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide:
SOF Tactical Systems 25,000,000
National Defense Sealift Fund: Unobligated Balance 105,300,000
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8082)
which amends Senate language regarding the Under Secretary of
Defense for Intelligence. The conference agreement requires a quar­
terly report from the Secretary of Defense, the contents of which
are discussed in the classified annex accompanying the conference
report.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8083)
which amends· Senate language providing that government travel
343
card and purchase card refunds may be credited to operation and
maintenance accounts for fiscal year 2005.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8091)
which amends language recommended by the House and Senate to
make funds available for transfer to other activities of the Federal
Government, and provides funds for certain classified activities.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8093)
which amends House language which provides $2,000,000 for con­
struction and furnishing of additional Fisher Houses to meet the
needs of military family members when confronted with the illness
or hospitalization of an eligible military beneficiary. The Senate re­
cedes. The conferees are aware that the nonappropriated fund in­
strumentalities (NAFI) which were established by law to help de­
fray the operating costs of Fisher Houses have decreased in value
due to poor financial market performance. The conferees are also
aware that the costs to manage many Fisher Houses are much
higher than planned due to an influx of patients at military treat­
ment facilities as a result of casualties suffered during operations
IRAQI FREEDOM and ENDURING FREEDOM. The conferees
provide $1,800,000 in the Defense Health Program to help mitigate
any deficit, which will occur in fiscal year 2004. The conferees di­
rect the Secretary of Defense to analyze the financial condition of
the Fisher House operating accounts and submit with the fiscal
year 2005 budget a plan to ensure their solvency without increas­
ing the current service fee paid by military family members.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8094)
which amends House language regarding funds reduced from cer­
tain operation and maintenance and research, development, test
and evaluation accounts for savings or excessive growth in advisory
assistance services, support services, analysis, engineering and
technical support contracted by the military departments and de­
fense agencies.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8095)
which amends Senate language making $80,000,000 available for
component coproduction for the Arrow Missile Defense Program.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8096)
which amends Senate language to provide funds only for transfer
to the Coast Guard for mission essential equipment for HC-130J
aircraft.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8101)
which amends House language which reduces $200,000,000 of oper­
ation and maintenance funds for cost growth information tech­
nology development.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8104)
which amends House language on the amounts reduced from work­
ing capital fund excess cash balances.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8105)
which amends· House language regarding the amount reduced in
"Operation and Maintenance, Navy" for excess funded carryover.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8108)
which amends Senate language to retain a total of 94 B-52 aircraft
by providing a total funding amount of $40,600,000.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8109)
which amends Senate language that restores a fiscal year 2003 pro­
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vision which makes $8,000,000 available in "Operation and Mainte­


nance, Air Force" for railroad tack realignment by adding a provi­
sion which makes $26,000,000 from funds available in "Operation
and Maintenance, Air Force" for phased infrastructure repairs for
Air Force managed ranges in Alaska.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8112)
which amends House and Senate language which provides for
-- grants to various organizations.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8115)
which amends Senate language specifYing certain budget justifica­
tion documents required for overseas contingency operations.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8117)
which amends Senate language making classified transfer of funds.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8122)
which amends House language to prohibit the disestablishment of
the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron of the Air Force Re­
serve and which allows the Squadron to perform other missions in
support of national defense requirements during the non-hurricane
season.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8125)
which amends House language which provides for $17,000,000 in
"Operation and Maintenance, Army" only for a grant to the Silver
Valley Unified School District for the purpose of school construction
at Fort Irwin, California.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8126)
which amends House language reducing certain accounts in Oper­
ation and Maintenance for efficiencies in management, outsourcing,
and improved economic assumptions.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8127)
which amends House language that reduces the amount available
in "Operation and Maintenance, Air Force" for excess cash in the
Transportation Working Capital Fund.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8128)
which amends Senate language to rescind funds available in the
"Iraq Freedom Fund" provided in Public Law 108-11.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8129)
which amends House language to allow the Secretary of Defense to
make additional payments to those local educational agencies who
have children with severe disabilities.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8131)
which amends Senate language concerning the Terrorism Informa­
tion Awareness Program.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8132)
which amends House Language that directs the Secretary of the
Navy to close Naval Station Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. The clo­
sure and disposal of Naval Station Roosevelt Roads (NSRR) is a
logical step in the process of relocating Naval training activities
and training support from the NSRR area to other training facili­
ties along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts. The conferees recognize the
record of high quality service and support established by the mili­
tary j>ersonnel, federal civilian employees and local contractors at
NSRR. The conferees encourage the Navy to take great care in re­
locating military personnel and families, in assisting civilian em­
ployees with relocation and outplacement and in performing envi­
345
ronmental cleanup. The conferees strongly encourage the Depart­
ment of the Navy to work with the Department of Defense Edu­
cation Activity (DoDEA) to ensure the operation of base schools
through completion of the 2003 to 2004 academic year. The accom­
panying bill establishes a process for property closure and disposal
in accordance with the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act
of 1990 (title XXIX of Public Law 101-510; U.S.C. 2687 note).
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8138)
which amends Senate language regarding a report from the Sec­
retary of Defense on contractual offset agreements with foreign
countries.
The conferees included a general provision (Section 8141)
which amends Senate language to prohibit funds to be obligated or
expended on the decommissioning of a Naval or Marine Corps Re­
serve aviation squadron until the Comptroller General of the
United States submits a report on the requirements for Navy and
Marine Corps tactical aviation and the role of Reserve assets in
those mission requirements.
The conferees concur with the intent of Senate section 8169
and direct that not later than 30 days after the date of the enact­
ment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Com­
mittees on Appropriations of the House and the Senate, a report
on contracts for reconstruction and other services in Iraq that are
funded in whole or in part with funds available to the Department
of Defense. The report shall detail:
(1) The process and standards for designing and awarding
such contracts, including assistance or consulting services pro­
vided by contractors in that process;
(2) The process and standards for awarding limited or sole­
source contracts, including the criteria for justifying the award­
ing of such contracts;
(3) Any policies that the Secretary has implemented or
plans to implement to provide for independent oversight of the
performance by a contractor of services in designing and
awarding such contracts;
(4) Any policies that the Secretary has implemented or
plans to implement to identify, assess, and prevent any conflict
of interest relating to such contracts for reconstruction;
(5) Any policies that the Secretary has implemented or
plans to implement to ensure public accountability of contrac­
tors and to identify any fraud, waste, or abuse relating to such
contracta for reconstruction;
(6) The process and criteria used to determine the percent­
age of profit allowed on cost-plus-a-fixed-fee contracts for reo
construction or other services in Iraq; and
(7) A good faith estimate of the expected costs and dura­
tion of all contracts for reconstruction or other services in Iraq.
The conferees included a new general provision (Section 8145)
which provides for the transfer of the Sturgeon Class submarine
NARWHAL (SSN-671) to the National Submarine Science Dis­
covery Center, Newport, Kentucky.
The conferees included a new general provision (Section 8146)
which allows the Department of Defense to waive subsistence costs
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for those military personnel who are hospitalized during fiscal year
2004 for combat injuries.
CONFERENCE TOTAL-WITH COMPARISONS
The total new budget (obligational) authority for the fiscal year
2004 recommended by the committee of conference, with compari­
_ sons to the fiscal year 2003 amount, the 2004 budget estimates,
and the House and Senate bills for 2004 follow:
[In thoU88nds or dollars]
New budget (obligational) authority, fiscal year 2003 . $426,989,434
Budget estimates of new (obligational) authority, fiscal year 2004 372,346,314
House bill, fiscal year 2004 .. 369,190,239
Senate bill, fiscal year 2004 . 369,165,293
Conference agreement, fiscal year 2004 . 368,711,561
Conference agreement compared with:
New budget (obligational) authority, fiscal year 2003 . - 58,277,873
Budget estimates of new (obligational) authority, fiscal year
2004 . -3,634,753
House bill, fiscal year 2004 . -478,678
Senate bill, fiscal year 2004 .. -453,732
JERRY LEWIS,
C. W. BILL YOUNG,

DAVID L. HOBSON,

HENRY BONILLA,

GEORGE R. NETHERCUTr, Jr.,

RANDy "DUKE" CUNNINGHAM

RODNEY P. FREUNGHlNSEN, ,

TODD TIAHRT,

ROGER F. WICKER,

JOHN P. MURTHA,

NORMAN D. DICKS,

MARTIN OLAV SABO,

PETER J. VISCLOSKY,

JAMES P. MORAN,

DAVID R. OBEY,

Managers on the Part of the House.


TED STEVENS,

THAD COCHRAN,

ARLEN SPECTER,

PETE V. DOMENICI,

CHRISTOPHER S. BOND,

MITCH MCCONNELL,

RICHARD C. SHELBY,

JUDD GREGG,

KAy BAILEY HUTCHISON,

CONRAD BURNS,

DANIEL K. INOUYE,

ERNEST F. HOLLINGS,

ROBERT C. BYRD,

PATRICK J. LEAHY,

TOM HARKIN,

BYRON L. DORGAN,

RICHARD J. DURBIN,

HARRy REID,

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DIANNE FEINSTEIN,
Managers on the Part of the Senate.

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108TH CONGRESS }
1st Session HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES { REPORT
108-187

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2004

REPORT
OF THE

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
TOGETHER WITH

ADDITIONAL VIEWS
[TO ACCOMPANY H.R. 2658]

JULY 2, 2003.-Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the


State of the Union and ordered to be printed

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE


Bll-07B WASHINGTON: 2003
CONTENTS

Page

Bill Totals .. 1

Committee Budget Review Process . 3

Major Recommendations in the Committee Bill .. 3

Committee Recommendations by Major Category .. 5

Military Personnel .. 5

OperatIon and Maintenance .. 5

Procurement . 6

Research, Development, Test and Evaluation .. 6

Forces to be Supported . 7

Department of the Army .. 7

Department of the Navy .. 7

Department of the Air Force .. 8

TITLE I. MILITARY PERSONNEL .. 11

Programs and Activities Funded by Military Personnel Appropriations . 11

Summary of Military Personnel Recommendations for Fiscal Year 2004 . 11

Adjustments to Military Personnel Account .. 13

End Strength Adjustments . 13

Accuracy of Obligations . 13

Personnel Strengths . 13

Guard and Reserve Workyear Requirements . 14

Reserves Cost Avoidance . 14

Reserve-Employer Relations . 14

Consolidation of Military Personnel Accounts .. 15

Full-Time Support Strengths . 15

Military Personnel, Army .. 16

Military Personnel, Navy .. 21

Military Personnel, Marine Corps .. 25

Military Personnel, Air Force . 29

Reserve Personnel, Army . 34

Reserve Personnel, Navy .. 36

Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps .. 38

Reserve Personnel, Air Force .. 40

National Guard Personnel, Army ; . 42

Northern Mississippi Wage Area .. 44

National Guard Personnel, Air Force .. 44

TITLE II. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE . 47

Operation and Maintenance Overview . 49

Recommendations to Address Shortfalls .. 49

Availability of Funds . 50

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Southwest Asia Contingency Operations .. 51

Access to Educational Opportunities .. 51

S~cialized Code of Conduct Training . 52

Civilian Personnel System Changes .. 52

General Reduction to Administration and Servicewide Activities .. 53

Base Operations Support '" . 53

Civilian Pay Overstatement . 53

Operation and Maintenance Budget Execution Data .. 53

Operation and Maintenance Reprogrammings .. 54

Operation and Maintenance, Army . 55

Integrated Digital Environments Information Portal . 59

Army Worker Safety Program Expansion .. 60

Trsining and Support Facilities .. 60

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TITLE II. OPERATION AND MAlNTENANCE-Continued

Operation and Maintenance, Army-Continued

Tacony Warehouse Demolition . 60

Expandable Light Air Mobility Shelters .. 60

Service Member Benefits Analysis System Online Pilot Program .. 60

NTC Mout Training . 60

Memorial Activities . 61

Recruiting and Advertising . 61

Operation and Maintenance, Navy .. 61

Critical Asset Vulnerability Assessment, Navy Region Northwest : .. 65

Advanced Technical Information Support .. 66

AGM-119B Penguin Missile Divestment . 66

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Pier Restoration .. 66

Space and Naval Warfare Information Technology Center (SITC) .. 66

Coastal Patrol Craft. . 67

Mission Funding for Shipyards .. 67

Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps . 67

Depot Maintenance-Radars . 70

Marine Corps Junior ROTC Units .. 70

Marine Corps Logistics Systems Upgrades .. 70

Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity (MCTSSA) Combat

Service Support Element . 70

Training and Support Facilities . 70

Operation and Maintenance, Air Force .. 70

Operation and Maintenance, Defense·Wide . 75

Counter Train and Equip Program . 79

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Lewis Center for Educational Research .. 80

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,Black Americans in Defense of our Nation ..


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Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve .. 80

Controlled Humidity Protection . 83

Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve .. 83

Operation and Maintenance, Manne Corps Reserve . 85

Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve .. 87

Aerial Spray System . 89

Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard : . 89

Joint Training and Experimentation Program . 92

Gas ChromatogJ:aph Mass Spectrometer .. 92

Angel Gate Aciidemy . 92

Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard . 92

Jefferson Proving Ground . 95

Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund .. 95

United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces .. 95

Environmental Restoration, ArmY .. 95

Environmental Restoration, Navy . 96

Island of Vieques ; . 96

Environmental Restoration, Air Force .. 96

Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide . 96

Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites .. 96

PerChlorate Groundwater Contamination Study .. 96

Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid .. 97

Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction .. 97

Support for International Sporting Competitions, Defense . 98

TITLE III. PROCUREMENT . 99

Estimates and Appropriations Summary . 99

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Lead Systems Integrator . 101

Aircraft. Procurement, Arrrty .. 101

UH-60M Blackhawk Upgrade . 103

CH-47 Chinook . 103

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Pr~ement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army .. 110

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TITLE III. PROCUREMENT-Continued
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army-Contin­
ued

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment


. 112
Stryker Brigade Combat Team
.. 112
Procurement of Ammunition, Army
.. 115
Steel Case Medium Caliber Rounds
. 117
Other Procurement, Army
. 120
Land Warrior
. 125
Aircraft Procurement, Navy
. 131
EP-3 Collection Mission
. 134
USMC CH-46 Sustainability
. 134
Weapons Procurement, Navy
. 137
Phalanx Close-In-Weapons System (CIWS)
.. 139
Tactical Tomahawk
. 139
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps
.. 142
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy
. 147
Virginia Class Submarine
. 149
SUDmarine Refueling Overhauls
. 149
LHD-1 Class Amphibious Assault Ship
.. 150
LPD-17 Class
. 150
Ship Construction and Overhaul Contracts
. 150
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy Appropriation
. 150
Other Procurement Navy
. 153
Other Supply 1)Upport Equipment
.. 157
Procurement, Marine Corps
. 163
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force
.. 169
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F-16 Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS) ..
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B1-B Modifications . 173

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8-52 Avionics Midlife Improvement . 174

F-15 Advanced Display Core Processor Modifications .. 174

KG-135E Engine Replacements . 174

Precision Location and Identification (PLAID) .. 175

Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar System (ASARS) . 175

Predator Unmanned Aerial Vehicle . 176

Missile Procurement, Air Force .. 180

Joint Air·To-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) .. 182

AIM-9X Sidewinder Missile . 182

ICBM Minuteman III Modifications .. 183

Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force . 185

Other Procurement, Air Force . 189

Air Force Physical Security System .. 191

National Airspace System .. 191

P-19 Crash Truck Requirements .. 191

Productivity Enhancing Capital Investments .. 192

Procurement, Defense-Wide . 196

AG-130U Gunship Acquisition . 198

Advanced Seal Delivery System (ASDS) .. 198

National Guard and Reserve Equipment . 201

Defense Production Act Purchases .. 203

Information Technology . 203

General Reduction to Information Technology Programs .. 204

Deployable Joint Command and Control (DJC2) .. 205

Online Technology Training Program .. 205

Army Knowledge Online . 205

Configuration Management Information System .. 205

Mobile UHF DAMA Trainil\g .. 205

Study on the Internet and Wireless Technology . 206

Advanced Information Technology Services (AITS) . 206

Information Technology Leadership Program .. 206

Information Assurance Network . 206

California Manufacturing Technology Center (CMTC) . 206

TITLE IV. RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION .. 207

Estimates and Appropriation Summary . 207

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TITLE IV. RESEARCH. DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION
-Continued
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Classified Annex
Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle
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209
Joint Strike Fighter (JSF}IF-35 .. 209
Missile Defense Programs . 210
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army .. 212
Future Combat System . 226
Patriot·Meads Program Merger .. 227
Army MEMS·GPSIINS Technology Development .. 227
Theater Support Vessel (TSV) .. 227
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy . 235
Research and Development Funding Review .. 249
Bone Marrow Registry . 249
Power Projection and Applied Research .. 249
Warfighter Sustainment Applied Research . 249
Res~arch an~ Development in Core Technologies .. 250
Antl-Submanne Warfare (ASW) Master Plan . 250
SSGN Conversion . 250
Advanced Submarine System Development .. 250
Land Attack Technology . 251
Tactical Air Directional Infrared Countermeasures .. 251
Surface Combatant Combat Systems Engineering .. 251
Submarine Acoustic Warfare Development . 252
Satellite Communications (Space) . 252
Torpedo Development . 252
Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicles . 252
Airborne Reconnaissance Systems . 253
Manned Reconnaissance Systems . 253
LHA Replacement Program . 263
Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) . 254
DD(X) . 254
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force .. 262
NORAD-FAA Airspace Security Integration .. 268
Low Cost Autonomous Attack S-Y!ltem (LOCAAS) .. 268
Advanced Wideband System (AWS) .. 268
Space Based Radar (SBR) .. 269
Next Generation Bomber . 269
ICBM-DEMIVAL . 269
Joint Tactical Radio System .. 270
Joint Air.To-Surfaee Standoff Missile-Extended Range .. 270
F-15E Squadrons . 270
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense·Wide . 277
Chemical and Biological Defense Program . 284
Multi-Wavelength Surface Scanning Biologics Sensor .. 284
Spray Cooling Manufacturing Engineering .. 284
Facility Security . 284
RAMOS . 284
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense . 291
TITLE V. REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS .. 295
Defense Wopking Capital Funds . 295
National Defense Sealift Fund .. 295
Training Vessel . 295
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296
TITLE VI. OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS . 297
Defense Health Program . 297
Reprogramming . 301
Air Force Health Study .. 301
Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs Health Care Sharing . 301
Type 2 Diabetes Research . 301
Fiscal Year 2003 Supplemental Appropriation . 302
MTF Optimization . 302
Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army . 302
Sierra Army Depot . 302
Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense .. 306
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TITLE VI. OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS--Contin­
ued
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Reductions to Programs as a Result of Actions by the House Anned


Services Committee
. 305
Tethered Aerostat Program
. 306
Enh~ced Pe~Colombia Support
. 306
SpecIal Operations Command Counter-NarcotIcs Support
. 306
Office of the Inspector General
.. 306
TITLE VII. RELATED AGENCIES
. 309
National Foreign Intelligence Program
.. 309
Introduction
. 309
Classified Annex
. 309
Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund . 309

Intelligence Community Management Account .. 310

Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation, and Environ­


mental Restoration Fund . 310

National Security Education Trust Fund . 310

TITLE VIII. GENERAL PROVISIONS . 311

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312

Changes in the Application of Existing Law . 312

Appropriations Language . 312

General Provisions . 314

Appropriations Not Authorized by Law . 317

Transfer of Funds .. 319

Rescissions . 320

Statement of General Performance Goals and Objectives . 320

Constitutional Authority . 320

Comparison with the Budget Resolution .. 321

Five-Year Outlay Projections .. 321

Financial Assistance to State and Local Governments .. 321

108TH CONGRESS} { REPORT


1st Session HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 108-187

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2004

JULY 2, 2003.-Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of


the Union and ordered to be printed

Mr. LEWIS of California, from the Committee on Appropriations,


submitted the following

REPORT
together with

ADDITIONAL VIEWS
[To accompany H.R. 2658]
The Committee on Appropriations submits the following report in
explanation of the accompanying bill making appropriations for the
Department of Defense, and for other purposes, for the fiscal year
ending September 30,2004.
BILL TOTALS
Appropriations for most military functions of the Department of
Defense are provided for in the accompanying bill for the fiscal
year 2004. This bill does not provide appropriations for military
construction, military family housing, civil defense, or nuclear war­
heads, for which requirements are considered in connection with
other appropriations bills.
The President's fiscal year 2004 budget request for activities
funded in the Department of Defense Appropriations Bill totals
$372,226,498;000 in new budget (obligational) authority.
The. amounts recommended by the Committee in the accom­
panying bill total $369,190,239,000 in new budget authority. This
is $3,036,259,000 below the budget estimate, and $4,550,905,000
above the sums made available for the Department of Defense for
fiscal year 2003. 1

1 This amount does not inelude $62,350,100,000 in fiseal year 2003 supplemental appropria­
tions provided in Publie Law 108-11.
COMPARATIVE STATEMEIIT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORlrY FOR 2003
AND BUDGET REQUESTS lIND AMOUNTS RECOMMIlllDED IN THE BILL FOR 2004
(lIMOUNTS IN THOUSANDS)
FY 2003 FY 2004 Bill VS. Bill ve.
Enacted Request Bill Enacted Request

RECAPITULATION

Title I - Military Personnel •••....................... 93,577,552 98,944,264 98,283,064 +4,705,512 -661,200


Title II - Operation and Maintenance.•..........•..•.. 114,714,258 116,952,324 115,295,894 +581,636 -1,656,430
Title III - procurement •.....••....................••. 71,518,217 72,721,026 73,748,521 +2,230,304 +1,027,495
Title IV - Research, Development, Teet and Evaluation. 58,208,460 61,826,654 64,614,230 +6,405,770 +2,787,576 ~
Title V - Revolving and Management Funds ..........••.. 2,727,585 3,459,269 2,787,969 +60,384 -671,300
Title VI - Other Department of Defense Programs .•.•... 17,372,813 17,780,590 18,126,240 +753,427 +345.650
Title VII - Related agencies .••.••.................... 468,979 393,040 405,040 -63,939 +12,000
Title VIII - General previsions (net) .......•...•..... -3,993,530 76,331 -4,087,719 -94,189 -4,164,050
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Total, Department of Defense (in this bill) .••.. 354,594,334 372,153,498 369,173,239 +14,578,905 -2,980,259
Other appropriations ................•....... 72,350,100 -72,350,100
Total DoD funding available (net) 426,944,434 372,153,498 369,173,239 -57,771,195 -2,980,259

Scorekeepiug adjustments.... 45,000 73,000 17,000 -28,000 -56,000


Total mandatory and discretionary ............••.
426,989,434 372,226,498 369,190,239 -57,799,195 -3,036,259
3
COMMITI'EE BUDGET REVIEW PROCESS
During its review of the fiscal year 2004 budget, the Sub­
committee on Defense held a total of eight hearings during the pe­
riod of February 2003 to April 2003. Testimony received by the
Subcommittee totaled 641 pages of transcript. Approximately half
of the hearings were held in open session. Executive (closed) ses­
_ sions were held only when the security classification of the mate­
rial to be discussed presented no alternative.
MAJOR RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE COMMITTEE BILL
Military Personnel and Medical Programs.-The Committee bill
fully funds the military pay raises proposed in the President's
budget, and also supports the request for Basic Allowance for
Housing, closing service members' average out-of-pocket housing
expenses from 7.5 percent to 3.5 percent in fiscal year 2004. Over
$15.5 billion is recommended for the Defense Health Program, and
funding for military-related medical research and related initia­
tives is increased by nearly $800 million over requested levels.
Readiness Accounts.-The Committee bill provides the requested
levels of funding for land forces training, tank training miles, heli­
copter flying hours, ship steaming days, Air Force and Navy flying
hour programs, and supports the Department of Defense goal to
fund facilities sustainment at not less than 93 percent in all
branches of the Armed Forces.
Special Operations Forces/Special Operations Command.-The
Committee endorses the budget proposals to provide greater re­
sources for Special Operations Forces, whose role has increased
markedly in the global war on terrorism, and whose effectiveness
has been apparent in operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. The
Committee recommends $4.6 billion for the Special Operations
Command, an increase of $160 million over the budget request and
an overall increase of over 35 percent from levels approved in the
fiscal year 2003 Defense Appropriations Act.
Missile Defense Programs.-The Committee recommends $8.9 bil­
lion for missile defense programs, an increase of over $1.3 billion
from fiscal year 2003 levels and a net decrease of $193 million from
the budget request. This amount includes $3.6 billion for midcourse
missile defense, in support of fielding an initial operational capa­
bility in fiscal year 2004 as proposed by the President. The Com­
mittee has also provided $652 million, an increase of $90 million
over the request, for production of Patriot PAC-3 missiles, while
also approving the Department of Defense's recent proposal to
merge the Patriot and MEADS missile programs and to assign
these programs to the Department of the Army.
Chemical and Biological Defense Initiatives.-The Committee
provides nearly $1.3 billion, an increase of $140 million over the re­
quest, for procurement and development of chemical and biological
defenses under the Defense-Wide appropriations, with additional
funding for mobile chemical agent detection, air contaminant moni­
toring systems, early warning and detection programs, and minia­
ture chemical and biological detectors.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.-The Committee recommends over
$1.3 billion for procurement and continued development of un­
manned aerial vehicles, nearly a $200 million increase from fiscal
4
year 2003 levels. Included in this amount are funds for the pro­
curement of four Global Hawks ($253 million) and 16 Predators
($212 million). The Committee also provides $270 million for con­
tinued development of Navy and Air Force Unmanned Aerial Com­
bat Vehicles, or UCAVs.
Ground Forces Modernization.-The Committee has provided
$458 million over the request to continue modernization of the
- Army's Counterattack Corps. These funds will be used for procure­
ment of 144 upgraded Bradley Fighting Vehicles, 43 MIA2 (SEP)
Abrams tanks, and other equipment needed for modernization of
the 3rd Armored Cavalry regiment. The Committee fully funds the
fourth Stryker Medium Brigade, and includes advance funding for
the fifth and sixth brigades. The Committee has provided $1.7 bil­
lion, the requested amount, for further development of the Army's
Future Combat System (FCS).
Shipbuilding Programs.-The Committee bill provides $11.5 bil­
lion, an increase of $2.4 billion over fiscal year 2003 levels for ship­
building programs, and has fully funded amounts requested for fis­
cal year 2004 production ships, including one Virginia-class sub­
marine, two Trident SSGN conversions, and three DDG-51 de­
stroyers. The Committee does not approve the Navy's request for
multi-year contract authority for the Virginia-class submarine, and
has adjusted available funding accordingly. Advance funding of
$175 million over the request is provided to support procurement
of an LDP-17 class amphibious ship in fiscal year 2005, and $900
million is made available for completion of prior year shipbuilding
programs. As for future ship development, the Committee rec­
ommends $1.5 billion, as requested, for the next-generation CVN­
21 carrier, and $168 million for the Littoral Combat Ship. A total
of $928 million is provided for the DD(X) program, a reduction of
$110 million from the request owing to delays in design and obliga­
tion of previously appropriated funds.
Major Aviation Programs.-The Committee makes the following
recommendations.
Army: The Committee has provided $252 million for procurement
of 19 Blackhawk helicopters, an increase of nine over the request,
while fully funding development of the next-generation Comanche
helicopter ($1.1 billion).
NavylMarine Corps: Funding is provided for 42 F/A-18 fighters,
9 Marine Corps V-22's and 2 E-2C surveillance aircraft as re­
quested in the budget.
Air Force: The Committee recommends $3.57 billion for 22 F/A­
22 fighters, a reduction of $161 million from the request reflecting
House authorization action. Similarly, as proposed in the House­
passed national defense authorization bill, the Committee proposes
funding increases intended to augment capabilities of the bomber
force, including potential B-1 force regeneration ($21 million), B­
2 bomber upgrades ($61 million), and next generation bomber re­
search ($100 million). The Committee has approved funding for 11
C-17, 5 C-130, and 2 CV-22 aircraft, the quantities requested, to
continue modernizing strategic and theater lift as well as special
operations support capability. Finally, $364 million, the budget re­
quest, is provided for development of the next generation multi­
sensor command and control aircraft.
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Joint Strike Fighter.-The Committee recommends $4.2 billion,
an increase of over $800 million from fiscal year 2003 levels, for the
Joint Strike Fighter development program. This amount represents
a decrease of $132 million from the request reflecting both slips in
design schedule and excess requested funding for certain elements
of the program.
Precision-Guided Munitions.-The Committee provides $486 mil­
. - lion, an increase of $208 million over the request, to accelerate pro­
curement of the Tactical Tomahawk cruise missile and support
purchases of 450 missiles. The Joint Direct Attack Munition
(JDAM) and Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) are funded at re­
quested levels ($724 million and $218 million, respectively).
Space Programs.-The Committee fully funds the budget request
for the Space Based Infared System, or SBIRS ($617 million), and
the Enhanced Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program ($609
million). Development funding for the Advance Wideband System
(AWS) laser communication satellite, Space Based Radar, and Mo­
bile User Objective System is reduced, owing to concerns regarding
technical maturation, risk reduction, and likely expenditure rates.
To compensate for expected delays in the Advanced Wideband Sys­
tem, the Committee recommends additional advance procurement
funding for the Advanced EHF and Wideband Gapfiller satellite
programs.
COMMITTEE' RECOMMENDATIONS BY MAJOR CATEGORY
MILITARY PERSONNEL
The Committee recommends $98,283,064,000 for active, Reserve
and Guard military personnel, a decrease of $661,200,000 below
the budget request. The Committee supports the budget request
which proposed a 4.1 percent average pay raise for military per­
sonnel effective January 1, 2004, and targeted pay raises for mid­
career and senior noncommissioned officers and warrant officers.
The Committee also agrees with the authorized end strength levels
as requested in the President's budget for active duty and Selected
Reserve personnel.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
The Operation and Maintenance appropriation provides for the
readiness of U.S. forces as well as the maintenance of facilities and
equipment, the infrastructure that supports combat forces, and the
quality of life of service members and their families. The Com­
mittee recommends $115,295,894,000, an increase of $581,636,000
above the fiscal year 2003 appropriated amount. The Committee
bill fully funds the President's request for readiness training in fly­
ing hours, ship steaming and ground forces operational tempo
training. Maintenance programs, including the Army's investment
in increased spare parts storage levels, have been fully funded as
well. In addition, the Committee has added over $600,000,000 to
address certain funding shortfalls, including individual soldier and
marine field equipment, small all-terrain vehicles, general purpose
tents and mobility shelters, training and support facilities, joint
training capabilities, training on urbanized terrain, civilian work­
force safety, education programs and distance learning, anti-corro­
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sion programs to extend the service life of vehicles and equipment,
and weapons systems depot maintenance.
PROCUREMENT
The Committee recommends $73,743,521,000 for programs fund­
ed in title III, Procurement. Major programs funded in the bill in­
clude:
$100,000,000 for Guard and Reserve Equipment.

$251,659,000 for 19 00-60 Blackhawk helicopters.

$495,525,000 for CH-47 Cargo helicopter modifications.

$766,964,000 for Apache Longbow helicopter advanced procure·

ment.
$133,115,000 for 901 Javelin missiles.
$651,555,000 for 138 Patriot Missile systems, and an additional
$182,075,000 for Patriot missile modifications.
$1,846,672,000 for tracked combat vehicles, including
$372,102,000 for upgrading 144 Bradley Fighting Vehicles,
$990,027,000 for 301 Stryker vehicles, and $155,000,000 for 43
M1A2 (SEP) Abrams tanks.
$349,810,000 for Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles.

$159,030,000 for Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles.

$2,946,380,000 for 42 F/A-18EIF Fighter aircraft.

$833,109,000 for 9 Navy V-22 aircraft, and $217,853,000 for 2

Air Force V-22 aircraft.


$336,536,000 for 13 MH-60S helicopters.
$211,097,000 for 2 E-2C Hawkeye aircraft.
$79,531,000 for Navy airlift aircraft, including 2 UC-35 aircraft
and 1 C-40A aircraft.
$675,209,000 for 12 Trident II ballistic missiles.
$485,588,000 for 450 Tomahawk cruise missiles.
$1,236,935,000 for 1 Virginia Class submarine.
$1,367,034,000 for 1 LPD-17 amphibious assault ship.
$1,186,564,000 for Carrier replacement program.
$3,566,093,000 for 22 F/A-22 Raptor combat aircraft.
$2,115,572,000 for 11 Air Force C-17A tactical airlift aircraft.
$295,991,000 for 5 Air Force C-130J airlift aircraft.
$609,310,000 for 4 Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicles.
$362,324,000 for 3 AC-130U gunships.
$3,577 ,046,000 for ammunition for all services.
RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION
The Committee recommends $64,613,230,000 for programs fund­
ed in Title IV, Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation. Major
programs funded in the bill include:
$1,701,331,000 for Armored systems modernization (Future Com­
bat System).
$4,233,823,000 for development of the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF).
$1,079,257,000 for Comanche helicopters.
$267,716,000 for joint Air ForcelNOAA polar-orbiting weather
satellites.
$620,740,000 for F/A-22 Raptor development.
$7,525,264,000 for the programs managed by the Missile Defense
Agency (MDA), including the Ballistic Missile Defense System
(BMDS) test bed.
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$677,277,000 for Patriot-MEADS, including Patriot modifications


and improvements.
$168,071,000 for Littoral Combat Ship (LCS).
$927,987,000 for DD(X) Total Ship System Engineering.
FORCES To BE SUPPORTED
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
The fiscal year 2004 budget is designed to support active Army
forces of 10 divisions, 3 armored cavalry regiments, and reserve
forces of 8 divisions, 3 separate brigades, and 15 enhanced Na­
tional Guard brigades (6 enhanced brigades will be aligned under
2 AC/ARNG integrated division headquarters). These forces provide
the minimum force necessary to meet enduring defense needs and
execute the National Military Strategy.
A summary of the major forces follows:
Fiscal yur­

2002 2003 2004

Divisions: I
Airborne .. 1 1 1
Air Assault .. 1 1 1
light . 2 12 2
Infantl'j . 0 0 0
Mechanized . 4 4 4
Armored .. 2 2 2
Total . 10 10 10

Non-division Combat units:


Armored Cavall'j Regiments .. 3
Separate Brigades .
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2j

Total .

Active duly milital'j personnel, and strength (Thousands) . 480 480 480

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY


The fiscal year 2004 budget supports battle forces totaling 292
ships at the end of fiscal year 2004, including 18 strategic sub­
marines, 12 aircraft carriers, 227 other battle force ship's, 1,626
NavylMarine Corps tactical/ASW aircraft, 658 Undergraduate
Training aircraft, 495 Fleet Air Training aircraft, 313 Fleet Air
Support aircraft, 385 Reserve aircraft and 141 in the pipeline.
A summary of the major forces follows:
Fiscal year-
Type
2002 2003 2004

Strategic Foltes .. 18 18 18
Submarines . 18 18 18
General Purpose .. 256 245 239
Ailtraft Carriers .. 12 12 12
Surface Combatants .. 108 98 94
Submarines (Attack) . 54 54 54
Amphibious Warfare Ships .. 38 37 35
Combat LDgistics Ships .. 33 33 33
Mine Warfare .. 11 11 11
Support Forces . 24 24 20
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fist81 year­
2002 2003 2004

Mobile logistics Ships


. 2 2 2
Support Ships
.. 22 22 18
Mobilization Cal. A(Reserve)
. 15 14 15
Surface Combatants
.. 8 8 9
Amphibious Warfare Ships
. 1 0 0
Mine Warfare
.. 6 6 6
Total Ships, Battleforce . 313 301 292
AUliliarieslSea lift Forces . 164 165 162
Coastal Defense , .. 13 13 13
Maritime Preposition .. 17 17 17
Fast Sealift/other .. 12 12 12
Ready Reserve Force . 81 81 81
Naval Fleet AUI Forc.e . 41 42 39
Naval Aircraft:
Primary Authorized (plus Pipe) .. 4,079 4,202 4,125
Authorized Pipeline .. 124 180 141
Tactical/ASW Aircraft . 1,681 1,684 1,626
Fleet Air Training .. 481 474 495
Fleet Air Support .. .. 345 341 313
Training (Undergraduate) .. 619 651 658
Reserve .. .. 409 409 385
Naval Personnel:
Active:

Navy
. 376,000 375,700 373,800
Marine Corps
. 172,600 175,000 175,000
Reserve:
Navy . 86,300 87,800 85,900
SELRESlOrilling Reserve . 71,489 73,228 71,516
Full Time Supporf .. 14,811 14,572 14,384
Marine Corps
.. 39,558 39,558 39,600
SELRES
.. 37,297 37,297 37,339
Full Time Support
.. 2,261 2,261 2,261

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE


The fiscal year 2004 Air Force budget is designed to support ac­
tive, guard, and reserve forces, including 88 combat coded fighter
and attack squadrons and 9 combat coded strategic bomber squad­
rons. 'The Minuteman, Peacekeeper and ICBM forces stand at 605
launch facilities and 516 missile boosters. The budget also supports
our critical airlift mission, including 24 active duty airlift squad­
rons. To accomplish the Air Force mission, the 2004 budget sup­
ports 542,100 Total Force endstrength.
A summary of the major forces follows:
Fiscal yelr­
2002 2003 2004

Summary of Major Forces:


USAF Fighter and Attack Squadrons (Active, ANG, AFRC)· .. 88 86 88
Active . 46 45 45
ANG . 37 36 37
AFRC . 5 5 6
Strategic Bomber Squadrons (Active)
.. 9 8 8
Strategic Bomber Squadrons (ANG & AFRC)
. 3 I I
Flight Test Units (OT and OT units w/assigned jets)
.. 11 II 12
Fighter .. 8 8 9
Bomber . 3 3 3
ICBM Operational launch Facilities/Control Centers . 605 605 605
ICBM Missile Inventory . 550 533 516

USAF Airlift Squadrons (Active):


Strategic Airlift Squadrons .. 12 12 14
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Fi.",1 yea,­
2002 2003 2004

Tactical Airlift Squadrons . 10 10 10


Total Airlift Squadrons . 22 22 24

Total Active Inventory . 5,903 5,851 5,854


·Note, Number of Fighter and Bomber Squad""" "flact combal-<Oded (CCI units only; i.e., no training d. test un~ •.

Endslreng!1l MOO2 Col FY2oo3 P8 MOO4 P8


M003 P8

Active Duty , .. 368,251 359,000 359,300


Reserve Component . 188,707 182,200 182.800
Air National Guard .. 112,075 106,600 107,000
Air Force Reserve . 76,632 75,600 75,800
TITLE I
MILITARY PERSONNEL
PROGRAMS AND ACTMTlES FuNDED BY MILITARY PERSONNEL

APPROPRIATIONS

The President's fiscal year 2004 budget request continues to


make military personnel its first priority through increased funding
for military pay, housing allowances and overall quality of life pro­
grams.
The budget request proposed a pay raise ranging from 2.0 per­
cent to 6.25 percent with most members receiving an average of 4.1
percent effective January 1, 2004. This pay raise provides targeted
raises for mid-career and senior noncommissioned officers and war­
rant officers in order to address pay shortfalls in grades that are
experiencing significant retention issues, and also to improve the
compensation of military personnel compared to private sector
wages.
The budget request also includes for the fourth year increased
funding for Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH). Funds are pro­
vided to reduce the service members' average out-of-pocket housing
expenses from 7.5 percent to 3.5 percent in fiscal year 2004.
The Committee supports the enhancements to military pay and
increased housing benefits for fiscal year 2004.
SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $93,577,552,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 98,944,264,000
Fiscal year 2004 recommendation 98,283,064,000
Change from budget request -661,200,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $98,283,064,000
for the Military Personnel accounts. The recommendation is an in­
crease of $4,705,512,000 above the $93,577,552,000 appropriated in
fiscal year 2003. These military personnel budget total comparisons
include appropriations for the active, reserve, and National Guard
accounts. The following tables include a summary of the rec­
ommendations by appropriation account. Explanations of changes
from the budget request appear later in this section.
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2004 MILITARY PERSONNEL
RECOMMENDATION
[In thousands of dollars)

Account Budget Recommendation Change from


request

Mmtal'l Personnel:
Army .. $37,386,380 28.233,436 -9,152.944
(11)
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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2004 MILITARY PERSONNEL

RECOMMENDATION-Continued

[In thousands of dollar.;]

Change from
Accounl Budget Recommendali'" l8lIuest

Na\lf , .. 25.282.4~ 23.052.001 -2.230.453


Marine Corps ., .. 9,559,441 8,962.197 -597,244
Air Force .. 26,715.989 23.121,003 -3.594.986
Subtotal. Active , . 98,944.264 83.368.637 - 15.575.627

ReseNe Per.;onneh
Army .. 3,568,625 +3.568.625
Na\lf .. 1.983.153 +1,983.153
Marine Corps .. 571.444 +571.444
Air Force .. 1,267.828 +1.267.888
National Guard Per.;onnel:
Army .. 5.382,719 +5.382.719
Air Force , . 2,140.598 +2,140.598
Subtotal, Guard and ReselVe .. 14.914,427 +14.914,427

Total. Title I . $98.944,264 98.283.064 - 661.200

The fiscal year 2004 budget request includes a decrease of 1,600


end strength for the active forces and a net decrease of approxi­
mately 1,200 end strength for the selected reserve over fiscal year
2003 authorized levels.
The Committee recommends the following levels highlighted in
the tables below.
OVERALL ACTIVE END STRENGTH
Fiscal year 2003 estimate .. 1,389,700
Fiscal year 2004 budget request .. 1,388,100
Fiscal year 2004 recommendation .. 1,388,100
Compared with Fiscal year 2003 . -1,600
Compared with Fiscal year 2004 budget request .
OVERALL SELECTED RESERVE END STRENGTH
Fiscal year 2003 estimate .. 864,558
Fiscal ye.ar 2004 budget request . 863,300
Fiscal year 2004 recommendation .. 863,300
Compared with Fiscal year 2003 . -1,258
Compared with Fiscal year 2002J, budget request ..
Fiscal Year 2004
FY 2003 estimate Change from
RecOlllmendation l8lIuest

Active Forces (end strength):


Army ...................................................... 480.000 480.000 480,000 ............................
Ne\lf ................................................,...... 375.700 373.800 373.800 ............................
Marine Corps ................ , 175.000 175.000 175.000 ............................
Air Force ................................................. 359,000 359,300 359.300
Total. Active Force ............................ 1,389.700 1.388.100 1.388.100 ............................

Guard and ReselVe (end strength):


Army Reserve ......................................... 205.000 205.000 205.000 ............................
Ne\lf Reserve ......................................... 87.800 85,900 85.900 ........................ , ...
Merine Corps ResBlVe ........................... 39.558 39.600 39.600 ............................
Air Forte Reserve .................................. 75,600 75,800 75.800 .. ..........................
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Fiscal Year 2004


f'( 2003 estimate Change 'rom
Budget raquest Recommoodatien raquest
Army National Guard ............................. 350,000 350.000 350,000 ............................
Air National Guard ................................ 106,600 107,000 107,000 ............................
Total, Guard and Reserve ................ 864,558 863,300 863,300 ............................

ADJUSTMENTS TO MILITARY PERSONNEL ACCOUNT


OVERVIEW
END STRENGTH ADJUSTMENTS
The Committee recommends the requested end strength levels as
proposed in the budget. The Committee is fully aware that the
Services are experiencing additional personnel related costs that
are primarily driven by the stop loss program implemented by the
services, and the mobilization of Guard and Reserve forces for Op­
eration Enduring Freedom in Mghanistan and Operation Iraqi
Freedom. The Committee recognizes the funding uncertainties for
fiscal year 2004 and encourages the Department to submit a sup­
plemental appropriations request or reprogramming action to aa­
dress any military personnel shortfalls.
ACCURACY OF OBLIGATIONS
The Committee recommends a reduction of $115,000,000 to the
budget request, based on a General Accounting Office (GAO) review
of prior year unobligated and unexpended military personnel ac­
count balances. The Services certify the accuracy of present and
prior year obligation balances annually, however, not all of the
funds obligated are expended, and those unexpended balances are
not always identified in the annual review certification process. Be­
cause the Services account data continue to show a pattern of
underspending their appropriated funds, the Committee believes
that the fiscal year 2004 military personnel budget request is over­
stated and can be reduced.
The Committee believes the Services can improve their appro­
priation balance review below the budget activity level to ensure
that funds are properly obligated and expended. The Committee di­
rects the Secretary of Defense to ensure that the Services strength­
en the annual review process by including a review of the accuracy
of prior year appropriations below the budget activity level. To fa­
cilitate this r~view, the financial management improvement initia­
tive should include financial decision-making processes that pro­
vide transparency of disbursements at a level similar to the budget
submission.
PERSONNEL STRENGTHS
The Department seeks to amend current law which sets the re­
quirements for annual authorization of active duty and reserve per­
sonnel strengths, to measure by "average strength" instead of "end
strength" throughout the year. This change could inhibit legislative
oversight of the method used to formulate budget justifications and
personnel strength execution because the services will no longer be
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required to develop their monthly strengths by pay grades to man­
age to the authorized end strength measure. Without monthly
strength information to use for the overview of workyears, the Con­
gress will not be able to assess the accuracy of the services' per­
sonnel budget requests. The Committee, therefore, directs the serv­
ices to provide an annual budget justification exhibit which dis­
plays the monthly expected personnel strengths by pay grades to
- determine personnel strength execution.
GUARD AND RESERVE WORKYEAR REQUIREMENTS
The Committee recommends a reduction of $284,000,000 to the
budget request for Guard and Reserve workyear requirements. For
a number of years, the General Accounting Office (GAO) has found
that the Reserve and Guard components overstate the average
number of military personnel workyears budgeted. Their finding is
based on the overstated inactive duty training (lDT) and annual
training (AT) participation rates the Guard and Reserve compo­
nents used to estimate their budgets. The Committee, in the past,
has directed the Secretary of Defense to ensure the Guard and Re­
serve accounting procedures properly code expenses and determine
the participation rates based on the actual number of personnel ex­
pected to participate in annual training. GAO has found that al·
though there has been improvement in the determination of actual
participants rates based on pay data for IDT, the Air National
Guard and the Navy Reserve continue to overstate IDT participa­
tion rates. Also, only the Army Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve
attempt to determine actual AT participation rates based on pay
data. The Committee again directs the Secretary of Defense to re­
port to the Committee by February 1, 2004, on its efforts to ensure
that accurate accounting information is used in estimating partici­
pation rates in preparing the Reserve components budget submis­
sions.
RESERVES COST AVOIDANCE
The Committee recommends a reduction of $71,000,000 in Mili­
tary Personnel, Army National Guard for active Guard and Reserve
(AGR) full time support personnel savings due to lower than ex­
pected actual cost by grade of mobilized soldiers.
In addition, the Committee recommends a reduction of
$150,000,000 in the Guard and Reserve operation and maintenance
accounts for anticipated cost avoidance for military technicians
based on the substantial number of technicians mobilized with
their units. Military (civilian) technicians salaries are normally
paid with Operation and Maintenance funds, however, due to the
mobilization effort, these full time support personnel are being paid
from the active military personnel accounts.
RESERVE·EMPLOYER RELATIONS
The Committee is concerned by anecdotal reports of diminishing
employer support for reservists called up in support of contingency
operations. More than 130,000 National Guard and Reserve service
members are currently activated in support of worldwide oper­
ations and this high utilization rate is expected to continue. The
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Committee appreciates the continuing sacrifice of small businesses
in support of their reservists but understands the difficulties asso­
ciated with the long-term absence of key employees.
The Office of the Secretary of Defense is directed to report to the
Committee on Appropriations by March 31, 2004 on the state of re­
serve-employer relations. The report shall include an analysis of
contacts by service members and employers before, during and
- after activation with Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
(ESGR), most frequent concerns cited, sufficiency of data collected,
the distribution of activated reservists in small businesses or self­
employed categories, average length of activation, retention projec­
tions associated with high utilization of the reserve component, and
legislative recommendations for improving the reserve-employer re­
lationship.
CONSOIJDATION OF MIIJTARY PERSONNEL ACCOUNTS
The Committee does not recommend consolidating the Reserve
and Guard personnel appropriations with their respective active
duty appropriations, as submitted in the budget request. For sim­
plicity, the following military personnel adjustment tables display
the total amount of funds transferred out of the active accounts
and back into the Reserve and Guard military personnel appropria­
tions, instead of presenting each individual line item submitted in
the request.
FULL-TIME SUPPORT STRENGTHS
There are four categories of full-time support in the Guard and
Reserve components: civilian technicians, active Guard and Reserve
(AGR), non-technician civilians, and active component personnel.
Full-time support personnel organize, recruit, train, maintain
and administer the Reserve components. Civilian (Military) techni­
cians directly support units, and are very important to help units
maintain readiness and meet the wartime mission of the Army and
Air Force.
Full-time support end strength in all categories totaled 152,191
in fiscal year 2003. The fiscal year 2004 budget request is 154,564
end strength. The following table summarizes Guard and Reserve
full-time support end strengths:
FY 2003 esti­ Budgel re- Recommandation Change from re-
mate quest quest
Army Resl!lW:
AGR 14.070 14.370 14.370
Technicians 7,594 7,594 7.594 ........................
Navy Reserve TAR 14.744 14.386 14.386 ........................
Marine Corps Reserve: Aft 2.261 2.261 2.261 ........................
Air forte Reserve:
AGR 1,498 1.660 1.660 ........................
Technicians 9,936 9.991 9.991 ........................
Army National Guard:
AGR 24.662 25,386 25,386 ........................
Technicians 25.702 26,189 26,189 ........................
Air National Guard:
AGR 11,727 12,140 12.140 ........................
Technicians 22.845 23,156 23.156 ........................
Total:
AGRITAR 68.962 70.203 70.203 ........................
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fY 2003 esti· Budaet re­ Rewm....,datilln Change from re­


mate quest quest

Technicians . 66,077 66,930 66,930

MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY


Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $26,855,017,000
- Fiscal year 2004 budget request 37,386,380,000
Committee recommendation 28,233,436,000
Change from budget request -9,152,944,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $28,233,436,000
for Military Personnel, Army. The recommendation is an increase
of $1,378,419,000 above the $26,855,017,000 appropriated for fiscal
year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004: .
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(DOLLlW! IN moulWlDSl

SO NI1.ITAIlY PDSONHB1", dMY

100 ACTIVITY l: PAY ltmJ ALLOWNlCBS OF OPPICrtR.


ISO BMIC PAy .•••...•. , . • . . • . • • • . . • • . . . • • . • . . . . . • . . . . • . "'.412.910

200 RJ!:TIRBD PAY ACCRtUU. •••••.••••••••• , .••••••••••.••• ,... 1,1Si15,5123 l,1iS,5123

:350 DBPBrlS8 H3ALTB PROGRAM ACCRlJAJ"........ ••••••••••••••••


361,U4 3151.92.

300 BAsIc ALI.OltANCB fOR BOtlSIRG.......... •••.•••••.• ••.•••


Bll.?21 all, ?21

3S0 BASIC AI.t.OMARCE POR SUBBI8TD1CI. •••••• , . . . . . . . . . . . . ••••


U:a,nl 168,7,,1

400 INCBN'l'IVB PAYS ••••• ~ • • • •• • • • • . • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 17,lSl4 77,194

450 SPECIAL PAyS..................................... ••.•.


209,965 209,516S

500· ALLOWAN'eBS. ••••• ••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••. 68,583 U,58!

S50 SRPJUUlT.IQN PAY.. • • •• • • . • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••• • • 66,86'5 6'6,865

600 SOCIAL SBCUR.ITY TU....... •••••••••..•••.•.••••••.••..


336.736 335,73S

700 TOTAL, 1I0J)G1T ACrIVITY 1............................ 7.710.542 7,710.542

750 ACTIVITY 21 PAY AIm ALLOW OP BRLISTKD PBRS


800 BABIC PAy.............................
g,574,058 g,57&,058

850 R1:'TIRED PAY ACC:RUJU, ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• .o. 2,594,570 ;,594,570

900 DBFBN'BE HBAIlrH PR.OGR,U( ACCllttP.L. • • • • • • • . • • • • • • • • • • • • 1,866 ,381' 1,856,187

9sa BASIC ALLOWAJI'CB POR HOUSIUG •• .o........................ 2,046."6

1000 INCDTIV!' PAyS .••••••••.•• ,.... ••• ••••. ••••••••••••••• 71.540 1'1,540

1050 SPBCIAL pAYs ••.•••••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••

1100 ALLOWAIICBS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• .o . ....8.776

~~50 sEPARATION! PAy ••••••••••••••••.••••••••••••••••••••• , • 27~.02g 271,02t

~200 SPBC COMp FOR COMBAT..~TBD DISABLBD •.•..•. , '" •••••• IS1,000 151,000

1250 SOCIAL BBCtlRITY' TAX ••••.••••••••••.••••.•••••••.•••• 72s.g51 725, t51

1350 TOTAL. BtlDGBT ACTIVI'l'Y 2 lB,2J7,253 18 4 214,753 -22,500

1 .. 00 ACTIVITY 3: PAr AND ALLOW OF CAD81'S


1"50 ACADEMY CADBTS .•••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••.

1500 A;P'IV:I1'Y 4: SUBSISTBRCR OP BltlLXS'TRD PRRS


1550 BAsrc ALLOWANCB FOR SUBSIS'l'BIICB ••••••••••••••••.•••••• 853,758 853,758

16·00 SOBSISTBlII'CE-IN'-lCIND •••.•.•••••••••.•..•••••••••.•••••• !SO,20S 550.205

U50 PAMILY SUBSIS'l'BNC:D stJPJlLBMBN'tAL AI.I.OJIIANCB •.••••••••••• 1,598 1, St8

1750 TOTAL. 8UDG1I'I' ACl'IVITY 4.............................


l,.OS,S61 1,405,561
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(COLlARS IN THOUSANDS)

BODGBT COMMInt:E CHAHGB PROM


lUIQUBST RBeoMMBMDEJ) RBQCBST

1800 ACTlvt'1'Y 5; PBRMANIN'l' ClING. OP B'm.TIOIi


1650 ACCBSSION' TRAVIL •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1516', on

liDO TRAINlNQ TRAVEL ••••••••••••••••••••.••••• " ••• , ••••••• 56.551 56,557

1.P50 09SRATIONAL 'l'RAViL •••••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••• 218,847 218,647

2000 ROTATIONAL 'I'RAVBw •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3'6,968 376,966

2050 SBPARATION' TRAVEL •• " .•••••..•.•.•••• _ ••••••••••••••.. 16'.209 U7 •.20S

2100 '!'RAVEL OF ORGAHIZBD UNITS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• , l,946 1,JU

21S0 NO»·TBMI:'ORARY STORMS ••••••••• , .• '" •••••••••• , ••••••• 2',535 26,U5

2200 TBMPORARY .LODGXNG BXPBNSS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• lB,99Ej

2300 TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5 •••••••••••••••••••• ,.......


1.063.090 1. OEi3 .090

2350 ACTIVITY 6: 0'l"HBR. MILITARY PERS, COSTS

2400 Ai'PRmIBN'SION OF MILITARY DDS£RTBRs •••••••••••••••.••••


6" us
2050 IHTBREST ON UN'tJ'ORMIttl SDvtClS Wl,VltIQS •.•••••• " ••.•••
202 202

2600 DElt.TH GRA'l'UI'1'I~ •.• _••••••••.•.....


3,366 3,366

3550 UNEMPLO~ BBHKP'ITS •••••••••••.•••.•..•..


78.195 78,195

3600 SURVIVOR BENEPITS .•••••••••••••• , •.••••••••.


4:,61S 4,519

2650 SDUCATIOK BBNEFITS ••• , •••.•••••• , ••• , ••••••..

2700 AOOP'TION 1IXP~8.B8 •••••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••


250 "so
2750 SPECIAll COXPRNSATION FOR SBVERBLY DISABLED RB'l"IRBBS •••
',200

2600 TRANSPORTATION' SUBSIDY ••• , ••••.•.•••.•••••• , •••.• , •• , •


4,364 4,364

3650 O'I"HSR (PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE) •••••••••••••••••


.2,500 2.900

2950 'l'O'rAL. aUOOET ACTIVITY , •••..••••••••••.•••••.•••••• 107,479 107,479


3 ODD LESS RBIMBURSABLES.
-285,156 -.285,156

3300 UNOBLIGA'I'ED BIa1AN'CBS ••• , ••.•• , •.••••••••• ' ••.•••••••••


-32,500 -32,500

3300 1'OT'AL. AC!'lVE FORCeS, AJUtY ••••• , ••••••••••••••• 28,289,"36 28,233,436 ~5S,000
19

(DOI..lAR9 :m THOOUHDS)

BUDGBT CClOtt'M'EB ClWmE FJlOM

UQUBS't' ~ RBQU'JIBt'

3450 UNIT AND I)ItlIVIDtJAl., TRAINIHG:


3500 PAY GROUt" J\ TRAINING (15 DAYS, DRILLS 24-/018)... ••••• 1,142,059 -1,142.059

3:550 PAY OROuP 9 'l"RADmm IBACItl"Zr..r.. FOR ACT DU'l'Y} ••••• " •• n.ns "·&1,ns
3600 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RBCRUITS) ••.•....••..•.•••••••• 168,541 -U8.541

3650 PAY GROUP P TRAINING 4PIPZLIJtl£ RBCRorrS) ••••••.•••••• -1,J,364

3700 C!FKNSB HBAL'l'H PROGttAM ACCR.tw. .••••••••••••••••. 353.984. ~353 ,'84

Jeao TOTAL. UNIT AND tNDIVICl!AL TRAINING. -1,719.563

3850 OTHER TRAINING A2ItD SUPPORT:

3900 MOBILIZATION TRAINING •.••••••••••••••••••••••••. 18.54.8 -18,S"'8

3950 SCHOOL TRAtNllfG .••...•••••..••.••••••••.••••••• , ••.• , • 111.285 -111,285

4000 SPECIAL TRAINING •••••••••••••••••••••••.•••.•••••••••• 157,879 -157,8?9

4050 ADJIfmrST'RATION AND SUPPORT ••••••••• ,'•••••••••••••••••• 1,281S,~S1 -1,286,251

4100 EDUCATION BBNRPITS ...••••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••••• 47.182 -47,182

,,150 ROTC - SENIOR, JOIIttOlt •••••.•••.•••••••.••... 116,560 -1.1.6,560

4200 HEALTH PROFESSION SCtfOLARSHIP ••••••••••••.••••••••••• 29.64011 -;iJ.9,ue


4250 DBFERSE HBMJrH PROGRM ACCRUAL •..•••••••••••••••••••.• '5,067 -6S.087

4-300 O'I'HER PROGRAMS •••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 34,1~2 -34,122

4400 TOTAL. onma TRAIRUIG AND SUPPORT................... 1,866.562

44.50 UWISTR.IBUTSD AnaUSTMEN'l' •••••.••.••••••••.•••.•••••••• -2,$00 +2.500

... 750 TOTAL, BUDGBT ACTIVITY 7............................ 3,583,625 -3,583,625

20

IDOL1JlIlS II< 'l'IIOUSAIlIlS}

BUOOIT COMMl'l"'I'Zl CIWIGE PJtOM


RIlQtJlln UCOMIlIlIlDlW R1lQ1lIlSf

,&jOC ACTIVITY 8: NATIONAL GUARD PERSOJOmL, ARMY

4850 UNIT AND INDIVIDUAL TRAINING:


,UOO PAY GROUP A TltAINlNO (is DAYS &. DJUI.1S :a.. /.. 8) •••••••• 1,936,855 -1, '36, 855

4950 PAY GROtJP·p TRAINING (RECRUITS) •• , •••••••••••••••••.• 237.8S6 -237,886

5000 PAY GROUP P TRAININO (PIPBLINB RBCRUITS) ••••••••••••• :a6.327

5050 DBFBN'SB HEALTH PROQRAM ACCR~ •••••••••••••••••••••••• 605, no -605.9'0

5200 TOTAL, UN!T AND INDIVrnUM, 'rRAtnnNG... •••• ••••••••• 2,807,038 -2,807,038

5250 ornER TRAINING AND SUPPORT:


5300 SCHOOL TRAINn"G .........••.••• ,....................... 225,110

5350 SPECIAL TRAINING... •••••.•••••.•••••••..••..•. •••••••• 198,3eS .1'8,365

5"00 ADMINIS1'RIl:t'ION AlI1D SUPPORT .•••.• ,........ . •••• •••••.•• :I. CU. 781 -2,CJ61,781

545·0 EDUCMIOH SIINEFITS •••••••• , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10',636 -109,636

5500 DBFENSE R8ALTH PROGRAM 1ICCaUl\L........................


11~,:JQ'

56,50 ,!:OTAL, OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT.. ••.•.•.•.•..••..• 2,'107,281

4150 tOTAI., BUDGBT ACTIVITY 8........ 5,514,319 -5, Sle.:.19

6300 TaTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY ••.•.•...•.•.••• ', ••.• .17,386,:U0 28.233,416 -9,152,9"'"
21
The acljustments to the budget activities for Military Personnel,
Army are shown below:
[In thousands of doUersl
Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
1050 Special Pays/Selective Reenlistment Bonuses .. -22,500
Other Adjustments:
3200 Unobligated Balances . . -32,500
_ Budget Activity 7: Reserve Personnel, Army:
4750 Total, Reserve Personnel, Army Transfer . -3,583,625
Budget Activity 8: National Guard Personnel, Army:
6150 Total, National Guard Personnel, Army Transfer .. -5,514,319
MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $21,927,628,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 25,282,454,000
Committee recommendation 23,052,001,000
Change from budget request - 2,230,453,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $23,052,001,000
for Military Personnel, Navy. The recommendation is an increase
of $1,124,373,000 above the $21,927,628,000 appropriated for fiscal
year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
22

BtlDGB"l' COMMI'rl'D CDANGE PROM


RBQUBST UCOtOIBNDJm RBQt1EST

6400 AC'!'IVI't'Y 1; PAY AmI ALI.oOWIW'CBS or orrICBR


6.(50 BlBIC PAY. ••.• ••••. .•••••••••••••••• •••• ••• .••.• .•• ••. 3,029.230

6500 RETIRBD PAY ACCRl1AL.............. .••• ••••••••• •• .••••• 820,921 820.~:1l1

6550 DIU.KSE.ijEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL.... .•••••••••••• •••••.• 247,ltSl8 247.8518

6600 BASIC ALLOWAlfCE POR sOOSING •••••••.•••••••.•••••••• '" 830.513 830.S].)

'55!) BASIC AI..tLON.JINCE !'OR SUBSISTENCB.............. . • • . • • • • • 111,221 111,2::11

&700 INCBN'TIVB PA~9......................................... 181,696


&150 SC>ICYAL PJ.YS •.••...•.•.•••..••. , •.•..•••••••••.•.•••• , 2(5,210 ,,24,,5,210

6800 ALWWANCBS............................................ S8,182 58.182

5S50 SBPARATION PAY •••••.•••.••••••.•••••.•••••••••••••••• 17. 08S 37,035

5'00 SOCIAL S:&:C'URI'I'Y TAX •••.•••.••••.•••••••.••••••••••.••• 230,716 230,716

7000 TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1. . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,19:d,732

7050 ACTIVITY 2~ PAY AND ALLOW OF ENLlS'rED PIIRS


7100 BABIC PAy...... .•.•.•.••.••.••• ••••..••.••.• •••..•.•.. 1,833,5951 7,833,5'9

USO RBTIRBD PAY' ACCRUAL........ •.•••••• . . . •. . ••.•• .••••••. 2,122, 'os 2.122,~05

'7200 DEf'BH'SB HBAL'I'H 'PROGRAM JIl.CCRUM......................... 1,,165,143 1.465,,143

'7350 BASIC AUWWANCB FOR. HOUSING........................... 2,355,412 2,355,412

7iOO %NCDTIW jlAYB ••.••••.••••••.•••••••.••••••••••••• , 101,68·0 101,680

7350 SP1!IC%AL PAYS •••.•••••.••••••••••.••••••.•.•..•••••. 885,.52 -20,300

7400 A I . ~••••••••.•• , ••••.•••••.••••••••••••••••••••• 400,383 -139,000

7450 S2PARATION' PA·Y ••••••••••••••••• " •••••••••• , 180,251 -32,000

7500 snc COMP FOR COMBAT-RBIATED OISAIiIUW .•••.•. 64.000 64,000

7550 SOCIAL SECUR.IT\' TAX ••••••.••.•••.••.••••••• , •••••••••• 551.,211 S94,271

7650 TOI'AL, BUDGB'T ACTIVITY 2 ••••••••••.••••••••••.•••••• 16,003.0'6 15,811,196 -191.3.00

7700 ACTIVIn 3 I PAY AND AJ"L()W OF MIDSHIPMEN


7750 MIDSHIPMEN •••••••••.••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••• " •• 52,851 52,851

7800 P-CTIVln 4 I SU8SISTBNCB 01i" DfLISTJm PBR8


7850 aABIC ALLOJnW'C2 FO~ StJaSXsnRlCB ••••••••• , ••. 577,54.0

7900 SUBS'ISTENCE.. IN-!([)IC .••.•••••••••••.••.•••••••••••••••• 398,881 3U,881

7950 PAMIIJY SUS81STBRC8 sUPPLBMBtn'AL Ald.OMJUfCB ••••••••••••• 500 500

8050 'rO'IAL, BUDGB'l' ACTIVITY _ .. 976,921


23
(DOJ,,1,UB 111 TROUSNIl)B)

BUDGET COMMI'lTEB CHAJlGB PROM


RRQUBST UCO!lllUlDD2J) RBQUI:5T

B100 ACTIVIn' S I PERIQIilmT c:RAROE OP S'TA'l'IOM


9150 ACCBSSION TRAVEL.. .•. . .•.• _ ..•......•.....•••. 59,115 59,115

8300 TRAINI~ TRAVEL ... 54.924 54.924

82S0 OPERA'l'IOKfd, TIUWBL 158,055 1", ass

8300 ROTATIOHAJ., TRAVBL ••••.•••.••••..•••..•••••••.••.• aS5,4a9 a5S,4a9

8350 SBPARA'I'IQIlI' TRAVBL •••••••••••••• , •••••••••••••••••••••• 10'.918 10t!l,97B

84-00 TRAV3L OP ORGANIZED 'milTS ..•...•.••...•..••.••••••••.• .25,000 25,000

a450 NON-TBMPORARY B'I'ORAGE ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 11.3!i4 11,354

8500 TEMPORARY LOOOISG EXPENSE •••.••••••••.•••.•.••..••..•• 13,44' 13,44'

9550 OTHSB. ••••••••••.• , ••••••••••.••••••••••••.•••••••••••• 1,4a( '.4a4

8650 TOTAL, BUDGBT ACTIVITY 5 ..•••••••••••••....•.••••.•• '01,12S '01,7as

8100 ACTIVITY': OTRBR MILITARY PBRS'ONNBL COSTS


87$0 APPRBHSMSION OP MILITARY DESBRTBR$ ••••••••••••••••.••• 8>5 835

aBOO tNT.!RBSr ON DNIFORMED SERVlc:BS SAvIlfGS •.•••.•••••.••.• •0. .0•

8850 DBA.1H ~ITIBS ••••••••.••.••......•..•••••••••••••.• 1,470 1,470

8900 UNBMPLOYMENT BBNBP'ITS •••• , •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• S',794­

8950 SURVIVOR. BKN'i:PITS .••••••.•••••••.••••.••.••. 853 853

9000 EOUc::ATION BKNEPITS •••....•••..•••••.•.•••.••••••••••••

9050 ADOPTION UPBHSES ••••.•.••..•..•..••••••••.••••••••••• :i36'

9100 SPI!lCIAL COMPBNSATIOIf FOR SWRRBt.Y :DlSADLm) RBTIRBES ••• 5,433 5,03

9150 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDy •.••••••••..•••••.••.••.•.••••.• 4,391

9.200 OTImR ••••••••••••••.••••••••••• , ••••••••••••••••••••• , 500 500

930(1 TO'I'AL, BUDOE'I' ACTIVl:T'Y , •••••• , ••••• , ••••••••••••••• 73.081 73.0Bl

9350 t.KSS REIMRURSABLBS •.••••••••.•••••••••.••.••••••••••.• -336,805 ~336,805

9400 UHDISTRIBtr'l'RD ADJOSTMEN'I' •••••••••••••.. , ••••••• , ••.•.. -51.300 -',300

9550 IDlOBLlGATID BAIANCBS •.••..•..•.••.••••.•.••••••.••••.• -11.00.0 -11.000

9650 TOTAL. AC'J'rvE' PORC.S, NAVY ••••••••••••••••••• _••. _._ 23,254,301 23,052,D01 '~202 ,300
24

COOt.LAU' IN THOUSANDS)

IJUDGt'r CClMCI'M'n. CKdGB P'ROM


RBQUlI8T IlBCOJOIIlIIDBO IUlQUlST

9750 ACTIVITY 7: RBBBRVB PERSOHNBL, BVY

9800 UNIT DO INDXVIDlJAL TRAmIBJ,


9850 PAY GROUP A TMINUJ(J (15 DAYS" DRILLS 240j"8) •••••••• 722.931 -722, S121

9900 PAY GROUP 'El TRAINING (BP.CR,It.U i'OR A!:r DUTY) •••••••.• ".GS2 -",0$1

9950 PAY GaOUP 'T5UUNING (UCRUI'1'S) . 2,273 -2.271

10000 DlI'KlISR ~'m PR001UU4 ACCRUAL •••••••••••••••••••••••• 133. S194 -13S,994

10150 'TOTAL. UNIT AND lRDIVWUAL 'I'RAUiING •••••••••.••••••. 863.24.0 -863,2,,"0

t0200 OTHER 'tRAININQ AND IWPPOIlT'


10250 MOBILIZATION TRAINllfC ••..•. _..•... _ •.•.••••••••••.•••• 6,5519 -'.5951

10300 SCHoo[, TRAIN'I!lG .••••••••••••••••...••••.•••.•••.•.••.. 23.013 -33.013

103·50 SPBCIAL TRAINING ••••••••••••.•.•.••••••.•••••••••••••• 551,797

10400 ADMDlISTRATION AND SUPPORT ••.•••••••.••••••••.••••.•.• '37,333

10450 ltDUCATI.OII BEMBFITS •••••••••..•.••••••••••••••.••••••••


••• -865

10500 ROTC ~ SENIOR • .;JUNIOR •••••••••••••••••••••••• , •••••••• 39,120 -39,120

10550 HDLTH PROPBSSION' aCIfOLARSHIP ••..•••••••• , •••••••••••• 31,695 -31.695

106(10 DEFEN'SB HBA1lrH PROGRAM ACCRtmL •••••••.•.•••.••..•.••.. -66,491

10750 TarAL. OTHER. 'fRAIN:INQ I.ND SUPPORT................... 1.164,5113 -1,164,913

11150 TOTAL, BUl)JET ACTIVITY 7.......... 2,0:018,153 -2,028,15)

113S0 TOTAL. MII"I'l'MlY PBRSOHNJn.o, NAVY, •••••••••••••.•••••• 25,:oI82,iS4 23.052.0tll -2.230,453


25
The adjustments to the budget activities for Military Personnel,
Navy are shown below:
[In thousands of dollars]
Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
7350 Special Pays/Selective Reenlistment Bonuses. . .. -20,300
7400 AllowanceslUniform·Clothing Allowance . -139,000
7450 Separation Pay . -32,000
Other Adjustments:
9550 Unobligated Balances , . -11,000
Budget Activity 7: Reserve Personnel, Navy:
11150 Total, Reserve Personnel, Navy Transfer . -2,028,153

MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS


Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $8,501,087,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 9,559,441,000
Committee recommendation 8,962,197,000
Change from budget request - 597,244,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,962,197,000
for Military Personnel, Marine Corps. The recommendation is an
increase of $461,110,000 above the $8,501,087,000 appropriated for
fiscal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
26

IDOUMS IN TllOUBlIlIDSI

8UDGBT COlQIIT'l'BB OWIGB FlWM


.R.BQdI:ST RBCOMMBNDBD IlBQU'IST

11.400 MtLI'l'ARY PJmSOWEti. MARINE CORPS

11450 ACTIVITY 1.: PAY JUITD AI.t.OWANeES 011 OFFICER


115·00 BASIC PA.Y ••••••.•••••.••••••••••.••••••.•.•••••.•••••• 996 .... 80 996,"'80

11550 RBt':IR&D PAY ACCRUIU.o •••••••••••••••••••••••• , •••.•••.•• 270.031 270.031

11600 DBFERBB RBALTH PR.OCRAH ACCR.UAL •••••••••••••••••••••••• 83 .253 83,253

11650 BASIC' ALLOWANCB POR KOOSIR; ••.•••••...


235,530 :iil3S.530

11700 BASIC ALWWANCB PaR SUBSIS'1'EHC£ •••••••••••• ,


38,608 3B.'08

11750 INCIniTTVE PAyS •.•••.••••••.•••..•••••••.•••.••••••••••


"".559

1J.800 SPECIAL PAyS •.••••••••••••••••.•..•••••.••••••••••••.•


2,598 2.59B

11850 ALLOWARCBS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 21,181 21.181

11900SB:PARATIOH PAy ••••••••••.••••.•...


10.393 10,393

119'50 SOCl:AL SECURITY TAX •••••••• , .•••.•••••••••• , •.••••••.•


7S.'J158 75,768

12050 TOTAL. BUDGBT AC'l'IVI'J'Y 1 .•.•...••.•••••••••••••••••• 1.781 .... 01 1,781,401

12100 ACTIVITY :;t: PAY ANI) ALu:m OF SLlSI'ED IIERS


1:31S0 SABIC PAr.............................................
3."3".8"6
12200 RBTIRIC PAY ACCRtJ),L. _. _ .•.••••.•••••••••••••••••. 929.781 92',781

12250 DgFBNSB HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL •.••••••.••.••••..• ­ 716.607 715,607

12300 BASIC ALLONANCB FOR HOUSING ••••.•.•••••••.•..••..•..•. 733,024 733,024

12350 IIfCmrIVS ~AYS •.•••••••••••••••••••••••••.••.••••• , ••• 6.360 8,360

124000 SPBCIAL. PAYS •• , .•• " •••••••.•••••••. _ ••.•••• , •••••••• , 112.820 111,020 -1,800

1240S0 ALI..OWJUZ'CBS •• , ••••••••••• , ••••••••••••••• , •••••••••••• , 162.247 162,247

12500 SBPUA'I'ION PAY ....••.•.. , . , , .••••.• , ..•.....•.•.••••. , 57,683 57,683

12550 SPECIAL COMP FOR COMBAT·RELP.T8D DISABLBD ••••••••• , .••• 18,000 1',000

12600 SOCIAL S£COR.ITY TAX ••• ,., •.•••••••••••••••••••••• , •••• 262,"'63 262, .. 63

12700 '1'O'nUo. BUDGET ACTIVITY 2............................


6.434,831 -1,.~0

12750 ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF IDiLISTSD PBRBONNBI.o


12800 BASIC ALLOtiANCB FOR StJBSISTII!lIIl'CR: •...••••••••••.••••.••• 268.&50 266,-4.50

1:i850 SUB8ISTBIICB-IN-KJ:NO •••.•••••••••.•.•••••••••••••.••..• 1.8S,"16:) :1..85,763

12900 I'MILY SUBSISTBJi'CB S'JPPl..8MBmAL ~8 •••••••••••.• 750 750

13000 TOTAL. DUOOBT ACl'IVI'J'Y , , ..••••...•••••••..•. _ 454,962 454,962


27
(DOLLUS 1M THOUSANDS)

Btmarr COMIU'rr&R CRAMQE FROM


UQUBS'1' Ucot!MEIlIDED REQtJBST

1.3050 ACTIVITY 5 I Pl/.RMNnl3n' CB1tD3B' OF STATION


131.00 ACCBSSION 'fRAVEL •••.•••••••••••••.••••••••••••...... .2,555

13150 TRAINING TRAWL ••.••••••.••.••••••••••.•••••••••.••••• 8,351 e,lSI

13200 OPERATIONAL TRAWL ••••.•••.•••••••••••••••••••••••••• 72,626

13250 ROTAt'lCtlAL 'I'RAVBL •••••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••••• 103,070 103,070

13300 SEPARATION 'I'RAwt. ••.•••••••••••••••••••.•••••.•••••••• 41.79S ",191

13350 TRAWL OF ORGANrZRD UNITS •.••••••.. .,513 2,513

13400 NOm-TBMPORARY S't'OltACB ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4.,901

134.50 'l'BMPORARY WOOING BXPBtlSE ••..••.••••.•••••••••••••••.• 10,167 10,16"'1

13500 OTBBR •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

13600 TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••. :U8.2S0 288,250

13650 ACTIVITY 6 r O'l'HBR MILITARY PRR.SOIlNEL COSTS


13700 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS. . • . . .•.••••••.• 1,577 1,577

13750 INT!RBST ON UlfiPORMED SBRVICES SAVINGS •••..••.••...•.•

13900 DEATH GRATUITIES

13850 UNEMPIDYMENT a_FITS: •••.•••.•••••.••.•••.•••.••••.•••


.
"
984
35,05"
, ..
1.

35, as.

l.J5100 SUllVXV'OJ!; BDi!:P'lTS •••.•.•.••••• , .••••••••• , •••••••••••• 1,539­ 1,539

13950 Er11JCAflON BBtf.l!!PI'J'S ••.•••••••••••.••••.•••.••••••••••.•

14000 ADOPTION BXPINSBS .••••••.•••••••..•...•.••..•..•••••••

14050 SPECIAL COMPIINSA'I'ION FOR S£VBRB'LY DlSASLtm RBTIRK'tS •••


.,

~.795

• 00
2,785

, ..

61

14100 TRANSPORTJl.TIOK SUBSICY .•••••.••••.•••. " ..• , ..• , •••••• 953 .53

141!tO O'I'HBR., •••••• " •••• , •••••••••••••.•••• , •• , •••••••• , ••• 61S 615

14350 TOTAl., IlIlDGBT ACTIVITY & , ••• . . . 503 • ... 503

14300 laSSS RBIMBURSABLBS, •• , •• ,., ,. , .

lolS60 UNOBLlGATlD ~RS •••••.•• .•••••••••• , •• , -8,000 -8,000

14600 TOTAL, ACTIVE lI'ORCRS, MARINB CORPS..................


8.971.997 8,96:2,1$1"'1 -9,800
28

(DOLLaRS IN mOUSANDS)

po.o"
.--or
BIllXIB'l' COI!I'l1'l"rBl
RB""""IlIIDBD
OWIO.
RBQUBS'I'

14700 ACT:In'I"'l 7, RSSBRVI PI!:ASOHNBL. MARINE CORPS

14750 tmIT AND nmtV!DUAL TRAJNlNGt


141800 PAY GROUP A TRArN~ (15 DAYS" DRILLS 2.(14.8) •••••••• leO, 76... -180,764.

U850 PAY GROUP B TRAIlilIHG (aACICHLL POR Acr J)11JY) ••••••••• 11,333

1.900 PAY aROUP P 'I'RA.IUINC (R.BCRUITS) ••••••••• , ••••••.••••• 75,213

140951) PAY GRQJP P TRADfING [PIPBLIH'B RBCROITS) ., ...•••. 183 -183

15000 DEFBNSE HRAJ.,'nI PROGRAM ACCRUAL •••••.•.•.••••••••••.

1S150 'l'O'I"AL. UNIT /WI) JHDIV1J)UAL TRAmnm .•..•..••.••••••• 3t2,775 ·3t2.775

15200 OTHER TRAINING AND suPPOItT:

15250 MOBILIZA'I'IQtl TAAIJIlNCI •••.•••••••• , •••.••••••••••••••••


~2,3U

153 00 SCHOOL TU.lJll'ING .•.•. , •.....•..•...


10,"0 ~10, 990

15350 BPSC'IJU.. TMINING ••..••.••..••••••.••••••••••••••••.•••


33,7)0 -33,730

1$4000 ADMINISTRATION AND suPPORT .•..•.•••.•.•.•• , ••••••••• ,.


151, t19 -151,t'U

154.50 EDUCATION BENEFITS ••••••••.••••••••••••.•••••••••••••• 17,820 -17.820

15500 RO'I'C - SSliIOR, JUN2OR •••••••• , •••••••••••••••••••••.•• S,007 ·5.007


15550 DEFENSE HRJU.,'I'H PROORAM ACCRUAL •••••••••••••••••••••••• 10,475 -10,ns
15600 OTHBR PROlJRAMS •••.•••.••..•••••..•••..••.•.••....•... 12.4U

lS700 TOTAL. OTHER. TRAINIlllG .AND SUPPORT •••••••••••••••••••

16000 TOTAL, BUDGST ACTIVITY 7 •••••••••••••••••••••.••••.. -587 •• 44

16250 '1"O'I"AL, MILITARY PERSClNKBL, MMIN! CORPS .• _. . • • . . . • . • ',5S9, t41 -597.244


29

The adjustments to the budget activities for Military Personnel,

Marine Corps are shown below:


(In thoU88l1ds of dollars)
Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
12400 Special PayslSelective Reenlistment Bonuses . -1,800
Other Adjustments:
14560 Unobligated Balances . -8,000
Budget Activity 7: Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps:
16000 Total, Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps Transfer . -587,444

MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE


Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $21,981,277,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 26,715,989,000
Committee recommendation ,. 23,121,003,000
Change from budget request - 3,594,986,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $23,121,003,000
for Milit~ Personnel, Air Force. The recommendation is an in­
crease of $1,139,726,000 above the $21,981,277,000 appropriated
for fiscal year 2003. .
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
30

BVDGB1' COJIMI'l'TBE CHANG. PltOM


JlKQ1JKST RBCClMMBtlDBP UQUESt'

16300 MILITARY PKRSONNEL, An. FORCB

16350 ACTIVITY 11 P1I.Y AH!) ALLOWAIiICBS or O'rICEil


1'''00 BASIC PAy...... .•...•... .... ..... .... ..•... ..•..•.•... ".015,2"

16"450 R8'l"IRBO PAY JlCCRUAL................................... 1.088,1415 1.088,146

U500 DKPBHSB BRALTH ItROGRAM I\CO.'OAL........................ 324,881 32.,881

115550 BASIC ALLOWAHC5 PeR HOUSING................ •••••..•••• 8851,301 889,3(11

1615'00 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR 8tmSISTENCE........ . • . • • • • • • • • • • • • 1414.656

16650 IlfCBNTlVB PAyS •••••••••••••.•• , • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ...• • 309. S1:i

15700 SPBCIALo PAyS .•••• : ••••. , ••••••••.•••.••••••••••••••••• 217,363

16750 ALLOWANCES ••••••••••• _ •.••••••••••.••••••••••••••••••• 62,369

IG800 SBPARA'1'ION PAY ••••••••••.•.••.•••.••••••••••••••••••• 11>3,486 103,486

16850 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX ••••••.•.••••••••••.••.••..•••••.•• 305,073 306.073

16~50 TOTAL, 1UDOB7' ACTIVITY 2. , •..•••••••.•••••••••••••••

17000 ACTIVITY :2: PAY AND ALLOW OF RNLIBTBD PBRS


17050 BASIC P1I.Y............................... ••.•• ••••.•.•• 7,348,882 7,3.8,882

17100 RETIRED PAY 1I.CCRtmL .•.•.•••.•••.••••..•••• ' 1,9511,547 1.991.547

17150 DSll'2N'SB HlIALTH PROGRAM ACCRtJA.I"............. 1,317,5158 1.311.958

172,00 BASIC ALItOWl\HCE POR HOUSIHC ••.••• , •••••• ,.,. .••••••••. 1,898, ....

17250 INCENTIVB PAyS .•.......•....•.....•.••.•.••.•••.•• , • • . 33,086 33,086

17300 9PBCIILI. PAYS •••••.•••••.•...•.• '... •••.••.••••.••••••• 382.218 382,278

17350 ALLOKAHCSS ••••.•••••• , ••••.... 370,OS7 370.087

211.00 SPECIAL COMP POR COMBAT~REtATED DISAlltBD •••••••••••••• 122,000 122.000

17.50 SBPAltATION PAy ••••••••••••••••••••..•.•..•.••••••••••• .9',5.3

17500 BOCIILI. SBCURITI TAX ...••••••.•••••..•. S62,1.90

17'00 TO'I'AL, B1JDOn ACTIVITY 2 ••• , . 14,126.055 14,126,055

17&50 J.CTIVtTY 3; PAY AIm AlWOIfANCBS OF CADBT9


17100 ACADBMY CAtlB'rS .•••••.•.••.•••••••••••••••••••••.•••..• 50.3'2 50.362

27750 Ae'TIVI'l"f ,,: £U9S:r.S'I'SII1'CS or zm.nnw PBRB


17800 BAS'Ic AI..LOtOOfCE FOJ. SUBSIBTBNCB •••••.•••••••••.••••••• 713,180 713,180

17850 SUBBISTEllCS·IJI-J(IRJ) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 169.061

17'00 rAMILY SUBSIS'J'BNCB strPPLBMBMTAL ALLOWANCR .••••.••••••. 1.:U5 1,:US

18000 TOTAL, BUDGIT ACTIVI'rY 4 ... , ....•.••••.•••.•••••..•• 863,.56 8U ....86


31

lDOLLMll m TIl_S)
IIUDOn etMII'I"!'D OWllGB n<»l
REQ""S'r UCCMlIlII'>Brl '"'a'''''''
l&OSO .crrVIT't S~ PElUQNBHT 000iI0B OP $'IA'tlOfi
18100 ACC8S81QN. TRAVEL ••••••••••••••••••• , •• " •••••••••••••• 82.538 82.&38

18150 'tRAINING TtlAVElo •••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••. 83.52'" 83,52.

18:300 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL ••••••••••••••••••••••• , ••••••••••• 163.147 163,847

16250 RO'1'A'l'IOUAL TRAVEL •••••••••••••••••.•••••.•••••••••••• 4453,149 4.3.149

16300 BllPARJ\TtON TRAV2tL ••••. , •••••.••••••.••••••.••••••••••. 11&,.07 115.407

18350 TRAWL OF ORaA:rlIzec UIIITS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• , 9.192 9.192

18400 NON~'l'mKPORARY STORMI: ••••••••••••••••••••••••..••••••. 25,0" 2~,O'"

18450 TBMPORAlY LQI)Q1NQ BXPBNSE ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 35,18" 3'&.184


__ a _____ . . . . . • a •• _______ ~
_...... _... _..
19S50 TOtAL, HUMn AC'I'IVITY oS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 977.917 9"',917
18'00 ACTIVITY 61 anUal MILITARY PERS COSTS

U650 UPRBHl!:NSIOB or
MILITARY DESERTERS ••.••••••••••••••••. 100 10'

18700 INTUJI:sT CU UNIroRNBD SBRvtCES SAVDlGS •••••••••••••••. &OS


•••
18750 DEATH aRA'rUI"tIlIS ••••••.••••••.••• , •••••••••••••••••••. 1,4t-f, 1.494,

18800 UNEMPLOYMENT BBIIBP'tTS., ••••••••••••••••••••••••.•.•••. 31.0.9 31,0.9

18860 SURVIVOR BENlrI'l'B •••.•••••••••••.•••••••.••••.••.••••• 3.1'UI 3.118

18900 ED'IJCATION BBNEP'ITS ••.••••••••••••.••••••••••.••.••• _ •• ..,140 •• 1.0

18960 ADOprIQN EXPBNSBS •••.•••••.••••••.••••••••••••••.••••• •• 0 .00

19000 speCIAL COHPBHsATIOH' PQR SIMIRBLY ClSABLBO RlTIUlS ••• 9,&00 , .... CO

19050 TRA1'I1SPOJt'IATIOlf SUBSIDY ••••.••••.••••••••• , ••.••••••.•• 11,030 11.030

19100 OTHBR •••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2.612 2,612

19200 'l'OTAL, DODQRT ACTIVITY 6 •••..••.•••.••• , ••••.••••••• 6"',.&18

19250 L1l!S R.lI:IKaURSUI..2S ••.•..••••••.••••••.••••••••• " .•••• -)82 ....51

1962c tJH'OBLlllATeD BALaIlCBS ••.••••• , ••••• , •••••••••••••• , •••• ""0, 000 -"0,000

19650 'I"C1rAL, ACT'XVE PQR.CBS. AI~ PORCE 23,161,003 23,121.003 ""0,000


32

BUDaB"l COf'IlU'M'BB CHAD:;E PR.CI(


_\JlIlIT RBCOOO1IlIIDiD _1lRST

19100 ACTlvtT'f 71. REBBRVB PBRSOJrINEL. AIR FORe)!

151150 UNIT AND Ilmlvt!1lJN. TRAD1IJlG:

19800 PAY GROUP A TRAOfDiG 115 DAYS" DRILLS 24/481 .•..••..


538,831 ~538,811

19&50 PAY GJIDt]P a TRAIHING (BACXFILL POR AC'J' tltJrY) ••••.••••


108,553 -108,5S3

luao PAY GROUP P TRAINING (RBCRUITS) .


23,513 -43,513

lSSlSO 1lB1l'BNSB HEALTH PR<XJRAM ACCIlUA1I ••••••••••••••••.••••••• 100 ..100

20000 OTHRR ••••••••••••• _..•.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 136,841 -136,841

1:0],00 TOTAL, UNIT AND IHDtVIllOAL TRAtIlJING •••••••••••..•••. 807,838 ..801,Bn

2015Q orKER TRAINIJiG AND 8DPPQRT;


20.300 MOBlr.tZA'!'ION TRAINING •..•••••••.••••••••.•....•• _ -l,BOO

20250 SCKOOL 'I'RAtN'lN'G •••.•••.•.••.••• ,' •••••••.•••.•••. 17,SlSSI .. '77.95i

2030D SPBCIAL TRAINING ••••.•••..•••.••••••.•••••.•••.••••••. 157, St:lS -151,945

20350 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT •.•..••.••••••••.•••.••••••• U3,U3 -U3,1l53

20400 RDUCA'I'ION BENEFITS •..•.••••.•.•.•••.•.••••••••.••••••• 10,530

2040!iO ROTC - S!HIOJ\, JUNIOR •••.••.•••.•.••••••••••••.••••••• 17 ,104

20500 HlfALTH PROll'ESSICZf SCHOLARSHIP •• , ••••••••• , •••••••••••• 28,.15i -2B, JS'

20550 OBFEN'SB HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL •••••••••••••••••••••••• ·'7,210

20700 'fO'l7,L, OTHElt TRAINING AND SUPPORT .•••.••••••••• , .... -524,050

2105t> TOTAL, 'BUDGBT Am'IVIT'i ? ,.............


l,331.,88B -1,331,888
33

(DOLLARS Ilf THOU8AlllDB)

21100 ACTIvITY 8! AATIQQL G1JAa1) ~ , AIR J'CXR.CB

21150 TJ1IIIT AND IHOIVID1JJl.L '!'RAINING


21200 PAY GIlOUP A 'l'RADlIIG (15 I)A:XS .. :DRILLS 24/48) •••••••• 788,738 -788,738

21250 PAY GROUP F 'I.'RAIHING (RECRUITS) •••••••• , ••••••.•••••• 64, "7

:l1300 PAY G.ROOP P TRAINJ,NG (PIPBLINB ItBiCRtJITsl •••••• , •••••. 1.206

2U50 DEPBMSB HBAIll'H tJROGRM ACCRtlAlI •••••• , ••••••••••••••••. 118,118 -171,119

21500 'I'01'AI.t, UHrr ItNto IBDIVIDtlAL 'fRAlNlWO...... .••.••••••• l,032.8U -1,032,861

21550 OTHER TRAINING A1IID SUPPORT;


21600 SCHOOl.> 'l'RAIHING •••••.•..•.•.•••••••.•••...•••••••••••• 142,1'15

21650 SPBCIAL TRAINING ••••••.•••••••••••••••••.••••••••••••. 76,243 -76.243

21700 ADMIN'ISTRATI02lI AND SUPPOR.T •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 878,399 -878,399

21750 BDUCAnON BJIl'IBrrr6 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

21800 DR'PDSR Hm1Jl'H PROGRAM ~CCROAu •••••••••••••••••••••••• 52,956 -52,95&

215150 fOTAL, OTBBR '1'RAIBma.Nm SUPPORT........ ••••••• •••.


1,190,237 -1,1510,337

22250 TOmL, BUOOBT ACTIVITY 8............................


2.223,099

22550 TOTAL. MIL!TAaY PBRBOBHBL. A,11 PORCH ••••••.•••••••.• 16,'15,98.9 13,121,003 -3,5.94 •.98&
34
The adjustments to the budget activities for Military Personnel,
Air Force are shown below:
[In tboUBllnds of doll81'S]
Other Adjustments:
19620 Unobligated Balances .. -40,000
Budget Activity 7: Reserve Personnel, Air Force:
21050 Total, Reserve Personnel, Air Force Transfer .. -1,331,888
_ Budget Activity 8: National Guard Personnel, Air Force:
22250 Total, National Guard Personnel, Air Force Transfer ... -2.223,098

RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY


Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $3.374.355,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request .. ..
Committee recommendation 3,568,625,000
Change from budget request +3,568,625,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,568,625,000
for Reserve Personnel, Army. The recommendation is an increase
of $194,270,000 above the $3,374,355,000 appropriated for fiscal
year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED

The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
35

, ' lDOI.LAIlB III THotlSIlliDB)

BODGB1' CQNJIlrTTEE CHAHGB FROM


UQUKST RBCOMMIlQ'OED UQUBST

2265D ACTIVITY 1: tmrI'r"ADD mDIVIDUAlI TRAIHlllO


2270D PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYB " mtILLS 24/41} ••••.. 1,142.059 1'1,142.059

22750 PAY GROUP S TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR AC'1' Dtrry) ••••••.•. 41,615 +41, US

22800 PAY GROUP i' 'l'RAIlfIHG (Jl.9CRUI'rS} ••••••••••••.••••••••• 16'.S"'~ ...1&8.54.1

22850 PAY GROuP P TRAINING (PIPBLIRJI RBCRUI7S) •••••••.••••. 13,364 ...13,364

~:lJPOO DBI'KNSB Hl!'AL'nf PllOGRAH ACCRUAL ••••••••••••.•••••.•••.• 353. ~84 ...353.P8.

----_._~-_.-
-----~--._--
_..... -... -.-- ..
23050 TOTAL. BUI:IG2T AC'l'tv%ft 1 ••••••••••••••• '.' ••••••••••• 1,71',50 ...1,719,50

23150 MOBILIZATION' '1'RAllfING ••••.•.••••••• _ •••••••••.•••••••• 18,548 +18. SOU

23200 SCHOOL TRAININCJ ••.•• , •••.••••.•.••••••.•.••••.••.••••• Ul,285 +11L,28.5

23250 SPRCIAL 'l'RADfIHG •..•.•.•..•.•...••••••.•••••••••••••.• 157,879 +157,8"

23300 ADMINISTRATION NlW SUPPORT •••••••••.••••.•••••••••••.• 1,286,251, +1,286,251

2]350 EDUCIl.'l'ION BElNBFITB ••••••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••• 4.1,182 +47,182

23400 RO'l"C - &BNIOR.. JUNIOR •••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••• 116,550 +116,560

~3"5iO JmAL'E'H PROFUSION SOIOU\RSHIP •••••••••••••••••••.•••• 2',648 +29.64.8

23500 nBE"SN913 H1UUJ1'H PROORA!III ~ •••••••••••••••••••••••• 6S,Oe? +65,08?

34.1::12
23550 OfJIBR PROGRAMS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
, ...34,12::1
.. 4 . _ 4 ..... _ _ .. _ _
-------~- .. -. ..... _...... _.
23650 TOTAL, DUDaBT ~rvITY 2 .••••••••••. 1,866.51152 +1,866.562

33700 UJmISTRlBUTBD ADJUS'n'5BNT ••...•••..... ~2,500 ·2,500

23750 ADDITIONAL PULL~TIHB SUPPORT •••••••••..•••••••••••••••

23900 U!lOBLIGATIlD 1lAlol\NCE8 ••.•••••••..•.•••••••••.•••••••••• -5,000 -5,000

23950 ltSSBRV2S COST AVOIDANCE •.•......••••.•••••••••••••.••• -10,000 -10,000

24000 TOTAL RBBBKVB PERSONNEL, MM'i ••••••••••.•••••.••••.• 3,568,625 +3,568, 62S


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The adjustments to the budget activities for Reserve Personnel,
Army are shown below:
[In thousands of dollars]
Budget Activity 1: Unit and Individual Training:
23050 Total, Unit and Individual Training Transfer . 1,719,563
Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:
23650 Total, Other Training and Support Transfer . 1,866,562
_ Other Adjustments:
23700 Undistributed Adjustment .. -2,500
23900 Unobligated Balances . -5,000
23950 Reserves Cost Avoidance .. -10,000
RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $1,907,552,000
Fiscal 'year 2004 budget request .. ..
COIwmttee recommendation 1,983,153,000
Change from budget request +1,983,153,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,983,153,000
for Reserve Personnel, Navy. The recommendation is an increase of
$75,601,000 above the $1,907,552,000 appropriated for fiscal year
2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
37
BDtXmT COMI'IIT'f'BB CIIAIl'C;;il i'RON:
UQUBS'f llECQIIIIIl!ElIDBD REQUEST

:Z4CSO R.SS&R.VB' PBRSOIIIrIEL. IU\VY

24100 ACTrvtTY 1: UNIT ABO INDIVIJ:nJAL TRAINING


34150 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS, DRILLS :a4/48) •••••••. ""23,921

24'100 PAY GROUP B TRAIHING lJUlClCP'tLI. PeR Ar::r J:)UTY) ••••• , ••• ",052 +4.052

240250 PAY GROUP' TRAININO (RBCRUITSJ ••••••.••••••••••••.•• :1,0173 +2,273

24300 DEPElf'SB BIAL'm PROGR»I ACCRtmL •.•••.•••••••••• ,....... 133.994 +133,'94

.;14450 'l'O'J'AL. BUDGlIT ACTIVITY 1 ••••••••••••••••••••.••••••• In,uo +8£3,24C

24500 ACTIVXTY 2~ OTHER 'l'RAINllm JlND SUPPORT


0lI405S0 MOBILIZATION TRAINING •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••• '.SS'9 +t"551!l1

2460(1 SCHOOL 'l'RAINIUCi; ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 23,013 ~23, 013


.<14650 SPBCXAL TRAIN1RtJ •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 551,7Sl7 ~59. 797

24700 AOMINISTRATtON ADm SUPPORT ••••••••••••••••. , •••••••••• 5137,333 ~Sl3;,333

24150 UCUCATtON DBNBnTS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 865 +86S

24 aOD IlO'l'C - Sb'tOR, J11IrfIOR ••••••••••• , ••••••••••••••••••••• 39,1.20 +351.120

.2tBSO HEALTH PROPlSStON SCHOloARSHU ••••••• , •••••••••• , •••••• 31,695 .31,6516

.24900 DBFElf.5lB KUL'm PRoc:'mAH ACCRUAL ••••.•.•••••••. " .•••••• 66,491 .66.4511

25050 TarAL, BUDGET ACTIVIn 2 ••••••••.•.••••••••••••••.••

25300 UNOBLIQI\.TBD BAJ..ANC'ES •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• -5,000 -5,000

.25370 kBSBRVE9 COST AVOIDANCB ••••••.••••••.••••••••••••••••• ~ ..o, 000 -40.000

::15450 TOTAL, RB9B1lVS PDBONNB'L, NAVY ••••••...•••.••.•••••• 1,983,153 +1,983,153


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The adjustments to the budget activities for Reserve Personnel,
Navy are shown below:
[in thousands of doUors]
Budget Activity 1: Unit and Individual Training:
24450 Total, Unit and Individual Training Transfer . 863,240
Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:
25050 Total, Other Training and Support Transfer .. 1,164,913
_ Other Adjustments:
25300 Unobligated Balances .. -5,000
25370 Reserves Cost Avoidance .. -40,000

RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS


Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $553,983,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request .. ..
Committee recommendation 571,444,000
Change from budget request. +571,444,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $571,444,000 for
Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps. The recommendation is an in­
crease of $17,461,000 above the $553,983,000 appropriated for fis­
cal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
39

(DOIaI.ARS Iff 'I'HOUSJUlOS)

S'DDGB'r COtMI1'TBB CHARGE FROM


DOUBST RBCOMMBNDBD RBQUBST

25500 RXSERW PKRSONNBL, MARINS CORPS

:35550 ACTIVITY 1: tmI'r AND DltlIVIOmu. 11tA.INlmG


2560(1 PAY GR.OUP A 'l'RAJNlRQ (15 tlAYS " DRILLS 24./48) 180,764 +180,764

25650 PAY GROUP B TRAIIlIDG (9I\.CKPILL:roR. ~ 'DUt""i) •. 17,333 +17,333

.25700 PAY CROUP F TRAINrHQ (R3CRUITS) ••.•.•.••••..•..• 75.~13

2:§nO PAY GROUP P 'IWUNINQ (PtPRLINB RECRUITS) ...•• 103 +183

25800 DEFENSE HKAL'l'H PR.OGRAM ACCRU7U. ••••.•••.•• 69,282

25950 TOTAL, BUDGI'I' ACTIVITY 1. , •••••••••••••.••.••••••••. 342,715 1'342,775

26000 ACTIVITY 2: OTHIR 't'RAINDlG 100) SuPPORT


;l60S0 H08ILlZArION TIlAINING ••••.••••••• , ••••••••.••••.••.••• 3.31S1 +2.319

26100 SCHOOl.. TRAINING •.••.••••••••••• , ••••••••... 10.990 +10,990

26150 SPBCIAL 1'RAIN:DIG ..•..•.....••••.••••••••••••••••.•.••• 11.71. +33,730

U200 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT •••••••••••••.••••••••.••••. ISl,919 +151,91'

26250 J:tlUCATION BENEFITS •.•••••••.•••.••••••••••. 17.820 +11,820

:it6300 ROTC - S'lNIOR. JUNIOR •••••••.•••••••••••.... 5,007 +5,007

26350 DEFENSE HEALTH PR.OGRAM. ACCRUAL •.• 10,475 +10,415

264.00 OTHER PROGRAMS •••••.•••••••••••••.•••••• w ••• w •••• w • w • 12.409 ...12,409

;il:6S00 TOTAL. BUDGET AC'rlVtT'l 2 •••.•••••••••••••••••••••••• "'24"'.669


26600 UN'OBt.IQA."tBD 8A.IAtICSS ••••••••••••••• _ •.•••••••••••••••• -2,000 ~2, 000

26650 aBSERVES COST AVOIDANCE •••••••••••••.•.••••••••••. -H..ODO ·14/000

:36750 TOT1U.. RBSIRW PlUlBOHNEt., MARINS CORPS •••••••••..•.• ~S71.44'"


40
The adjustments to the budget activities for Reserve Personnel,
Marine Corps are shown below:
(In thoU88Dds of dollars)
Budget Activity 1: Unit and Individual Training:
25950 Total, Unit and Individual Training Transfer .. 342,775
Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:
26500 Total, Other Training and Support Transfer . 244,669
_ Other Adjustments:
26600 Unobligated Balances . -2,000
26650 Reserves Cost Avoidance . -14,000
RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $1,236,904,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request .. ..
Committee recommendation ,................................................... 1,267,888,000
Change from budget request ,.1,267,888,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,267,888,000
for Reserve Personnel, Air Force. The recommendation is an in­
crease of $30,984,000 above the $1,236,904,000 appropriated for fis­
cal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
..

41
(DOLLARS IS THOUSAWS)

BUOOBT
COMMIrras CHANGB FRON
UQtJBS't'
RECOMM'tNDID UQUEST

26900 RBSERVE PBRSONIlKL. Al.R rcm.cE

26850 ACTIVITY 1: rmIT AND IlOJIVIDaJ\L TRADl'INO


2UOO PA1' GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS,," DRILLS :24/. . ) 538 , B31

26.950 PAY gROUP B 'tP.AIUINQ (BACRJ'ILL FOR ACT D'C'TY) ••••••••• +101,553

27000 PAY GROUP J' TRAIliIING CRECRUITS) •••••••••••••••••••••• 23.5:13 +2J,5U

210S0 D£i'iDlSE JUU\L'l1l PROORM ACCRCN.. ..•••••••••••••••••••••• 100

27100 O'IHBR ••••••••••••••••••••••••.••.•••••••••••••••••••••

21300 TOTAL, BUCGBT ACtIVITY 1. ••••••••• , •••••••••••••••••• 807,&38 .'07,83B

2"131>0 ACTIVITY 2 I 0"l'KRR TRAINDlG IUm SUPPORT


27300 JIl'OBtt.!ZATtON TllAIWING ••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••.• 1.800 +1,800

27350 SCHOOL TRJ.tYI.!IG .••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••.••.••• 77.959 +77,959

27400 SPSC:tA1l TRAJ:JJIHa •.•••••.•••.•••••.••••••••••••••••.•.. 1&7 ,925 T157,i'.S

21""0 AOMlJll$T'RATlC!lf ANI> SUPPORT •.••••.••••• " .•.••••.•••... 163,163 +lU.ln


21500 BDUCAT10N DE!Ill:BIl'ITS •••.••.••.•.•••••••••••••••••••••••• la, SJO +10,530

21550 ROTC ~ SENIOR. JUH]OR •••••• , ••.••••• , ••..•.•••.•.••••• 17,10'" +",10'"


216M H&ALTK PltOPESSIOH SCHOlARSHIP ••••••• , ••.•.. 2a .3~9 +2a,359

27G50 OB:PJDI'SB ~ PROGRAM ACCatDU..••••••••••••.•••••.••••• ',210 ·", •.:uo

27800 TO'rJI.L, BUDOBT AC'TIVIrY 2 ••••.••••.•••..•••.•• , •••••• 524.050

27900 UNOBLIGOlLTBD BALA»CBB ••.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••. ~-t,OOO -4,000

2191.0 RB8BRVES COST AVOIDANCE: •••••••• , •• , ••••••••••.•••• ~60, 000 -'0,000

28150 TOTJU" RSSBRVE PERSONNEL, AtR PORCH, ••.• , ••.•••• , ••• 1,~l!i7.BB8 +1,2",888
42
The adjustments to the budget activities for Reserve Personnel,
Air Force are shown below:
[In thoUSllIlds of doUarsl
Budget Activity 1: Unit and Individual Training:
27200 Total, Unit and Individual Training Transfer . 807,838
Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:
27800 Total, Other Training and Support Transfer . 524,050
_ Other Adjustments:
27900 Unobligated Balances .. -4,000
27910 Reserves Cost Avoidance . -60,000

NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY


Fiscal year 2003 apPl"Qpriation $5,114,588,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request .. ..
Committee recommendation 5,382,719,000
Change from budget request +5,382,719,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $5,382,719,000
for National Guard Personnel, Army. The recommendation is an in­
crease of $268,131,000 above the $5,114,588,000 appropriated for
fiscal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
43

BUDGR'l' CClDJITTIB CBNfGI J'ROM


UQU£ST RlIOOIII<_"" RBQ'lU1"

282;50 ACTIVITY 11 tJ)JXT AND IHD:rvt:DDAI. 'l'RAINDG


;18300 (lAY GROUP A'l"IAIHmG US 'DA1'S "DJtI1I1a8 ;1:.1. .)........ 1.P3fi.855 +1,9U,8!S

28350 PAY GROUP If TRJ\%lI'DIG (RBCRU'ITS) .•• _.. .•.•••.•••..••.• ~J7,88S +211,."

;;!:etOO PAY GROUP P 'l"RAIHIJIQ tEllnLl.t UOl'Ul'ftl). _, •• , _...... 26.327 +36,327

28C$0 DSP'II'SB RBftL'1'fI PROGRAM ACCRlJ'AI, .••••••••••••••••••••• _. '05,9'10 <40605."0

2111500 '1'01'AL, BUDGS'r ActIVITY 1 ...............•............ 2,807.0:)8 +2,807,038

28650 A.C"I'IVlTY 2 I 0'l'ltD. TAAIIlING AND SUPPORT


287QO SCHOOl. TRAIH1BG •• , ••••••••••••.•••••••• , ••••.• •••••••• 225,1110 +2.2I,lg0

28750 SPBCIAt. 'I'RAI1t'%1!lQ ••••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••• _..... 198,365 ...1'8,365

~88QO P.DMIlfISTRATIOH AIm SUPPORT ••••.•••••. ,_............... 2,01lS1.781 +2,061,781

38850 EDtJCATIOH BEtBFITS .•••••••••••. , ••••• _••••••.•• n..... lO'.Ui +109,636

.28900 DDasR HBJ\L!'iI PROOI\lIM ACCIl~t, ••••• 4 •••••••••••••••• -. 112,10.9 ...11';: • .309

~9OS0 TOT'AL, BlJ1)Q1rI' ACT.IVXT1' 2:4 .

.29350 UROBLI~TBO 8AL1\.NC89 •.••••• , . ~5, 000 ~s. 000

29410 JitE8ERWS COST AVOtDAJi'CB , . -10,000 -ao, 000


294.20 SUSTAIN JlQR. GJlCWI'H . +24,.00

~9430 HOBI'L1ZBD JiWIRS . -71.000 ~71.000

29500 '1'O'fAL, JD\TtOS1J., GUARD PBRSOINI.L, MHY , •• 5,382,719 +5,382.119


44
The adjustments to the budget activities for National Guard Per­
sonnel, Army are shown below:
(In thousands of dollars]
Budget Activity 1: Unit and Individual Training:
28600 Total, Unit and Individual Training Transfer . 2,807,038
Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:
29050 Total, Other Training and Support Transfer . 2,707,281
_ Other Adjustments:
29350 Unobligated Balances . -5,000
29410 Reserves Cost Avoidance . -80,000
29420 Sustain AGR Growth . 24,400
29430 Mobilized AGRs . -71,000
NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI WAGE AREA
The Committee is concerned that the wage surveys utilized in de­
termining the cost of labor for federal wage grade Department of
Defense (DoD) positions are inadequate with respect to employees
located in the Northern Mississippi Wage Area. The Committee di­
rects the DoD to complete a study of the jobs in the Northern Mis­
sissippi Wage Area to determine if the prevailing rates are fair and
proper so that wages paid to DoD employees are determined to be
sufficient. This study should include the compatibility of the wage
survey data to those DoD jobs to which that data applies. The
study should utilize the data available from the 2000 census-in­
cluding all socioeconomic data-to study the area of definition for
the Northern Mississippi Wage Area to determine if the subject
survey areas and subsequent prevailing rates are fair and proper.
The Committee requests that this study be shared with the Office
of Personnel Management and the Federal Prevailing Rate Advi­
sory Committee for their review and recommendations. This study
will begin no later than 30 days, and reported back to the Com­
mittee no later than 90 days, upon enactment of this bill.
NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE
Fiscalyear 2003 appropriation $2,125,161,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request . .
Committee recommendation 2,140,598,000
Change from budget request +2,140,598,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,140,598,000
for National Guard Personnel, Air Force. The recommendation is
an increase of $15,437,000 above the $2,125,161,000 appropriated
for fiscal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
45

29550 RATIOIIAL GOARD PBRSeenn:L, AIR. ll'ORCB

29600 ACTIVITY 11 WIT AHD INDIVI:JJUAL TRAINING


29CSO PAY OROUP A TRAINIlfG (1.5 DAYS," ORILt.S 34148) •••••••. 188,738

29700 PAY cmoup P TM.:tNIlIO (RECR.UITS) ...•••.••••.••••••.••• '4,197 +64,7!1

29750 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPBLID: RBCROITSl .•••••••••••• 1,208 +1,208

2UOO DBfENSIl KBALTR PROGRAM ACCftUAL .••.•••••••.•• , .•••.•••. 178,118 +178,118

~9~50 TOTAL, 8UDGEr ACTIVITY 1 ••.•••.•.•••••••••.••••.••• , l,OJ2,861 +l,OJ2,8'1

30000 1+.C'fIv:rn..21 O'nIBR TRAnlltG AND SUPPORT


300$0 SCHOOL TIUlINI!lIG.. _ ••.••••••.••..••.••.•.•.••.•••••••• 142,196 +1.4:1 ,196

30100 SPECIAL TRAINING •..•••••••••••••...•• " ••• , ••••••••••• '6",:H3 +76", j}43

30150 ADMINIBTRATIOif AND SuPPORT ••••••••.•••••.••••••••••••• 818,399

30300 EDUCATION BBNZrITS ••••••••••••.•.•.•.•••••••.•••••.••• .....0,443

30250 £lBFBN'BB HUL'I'R PROGRAM ACCRUAL , ••• 52,956

30400 TO'I'AL, BUDGBf ACTIVITY 2 ••••••••.•••••••.•....•..••• 1,190,237 +1,190,:1]7

30550 UNOBLlGA.TB:D BAIANCBS ••••••••••••.•••••.••••••.••••.••• -2,500 -2,500

30600 RESI:RVBS COST AVOIDANCE .•••••....•..•. , •.••••••••••••• -80,000 -BO,OOO

30750 TOTAL. J!1ATIONAL QmutD PBRSClPNXL, AIR FORCE ••••.•.••• 2,140,598 +2.14.0.5518
46

The adjustments to the budget activities for National Guard Per­

sonnel, Air Force are shown below:


[In thousands of dollarsl
Budget Activity 1: Unit and Individual Training:
29950 Total, Unit and Individual Training Transfer . 1,032,861
Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:
30400 Total, Other Training and Support Transfer . 1,190,237
.. Other Adjustments:
30550 Unobligated Balances . -2,500
30600 Reserves Cost Avoidance .. -80,000
TITLEn
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
The fiscal year 2004 budget request for programs funded in Title
II of the Committee bill, Operation and Maintenance, is
$116,952,324,000 in new budget authority, which is an increase of
$2,238,066,000 above the amount appropriated in the Department
of Defense Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2003.
The accompanying bill recommends $115,295,894,000 for fiscal
year 2004, which is an increase of $581,636,000 above the amount
appropriated for fiscal year 2003. These appropriations finance the
costs of operating and maintaining the Armed Forces, including the
reserve components and related support activities of the Depart­
ment of Defense (DoD), except military personnel costs. Included
are pay for civilians, services for maintenance of equipment and fa­
cilities, fuel, supplies, and spare parts for weapons and equipment.
Financial requirements are influenced by many factors, including
force levels such as the number of aircraft squadrons, Army and
Marine Corps divisions, installations, military personnel strength
and deployments, rates of operational activity, and the quantity
and complexity of equipment such as aircraft, ships, missiles and
tanks in operation.
The table below summarizes the Committee's recommendations.

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50000

500S0 0 "M, MK'l . . . . . . . . . . . •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 24.,958, ....2 24.,903,992 -54,850

50160 0"- H, NA.VY " 28,287,6'0 28,05O,:ltO ~227,a50

50250 0 &. M, HARIWB CORPS......... •••••••••••• •••• •••••••••• 3,t06.6'56' 3,4tO.456' +33.800

S0300 0 "M. AIR VORCE 27.,7.3.931 26,6",041 -l,10a,8SD


50aOO 0 " M, DBPBNftN:tDS.................................... 15,5"70,847 16,12t,455 ~446,J92

50500 0 " JIJ. ARMY RBSRRW.. 1,952,00' 2,031.30' +79,JOO

50,50 0" JII, HAVY 1tBSBRVB •.••.••••••.••••..•••••.•.•••.•• '" 1,171,941 l,111,92l

50600 0 & M. KUI1IB eaRS'S RUBRYB ••••••• , ••• , ••.• , • • • • • • • • • • 173, '52 17',952
50650 0 & M, LIR. POReZ RBSIIltVR.............................. 2,1'79,188 2,144,188 -15,000

50100 0"- H, ARMY' NATIONAl, cmAJU)..................... 4,211,331 ",325,231 +llJ,900

50150 0 " M. AtR lrATICJIIAL GUAJm........... 4,402,645 +21,400

50190 OVBRSBA.S CC»TISOmreY OHRA'rICQfS '1"MJI8nR PUHD.. ••••••• 50,000 S,oao -45.000

50800 UNITED 8'tATIS CXX1RT 0lI' APPDtB PeR. '1"HB ARMBD FORCI'8 ... 10,333 10,333

50850 KNVIRONMBNTAW RBS'I'ORATION, ARMY .••••••.•••.••••••.•••• U5,olB 3SHi,018

50900 BNVlRONMml'l'AW JUISTOR1I,TION. HAn .•.•.••.•.••••••••••••. 256,153 255,153

50950 KNVI:RORMIN"1'AL RBS'I'ORATIOlf, AIR J'ORCS .••••• ' •••••• ' . ' •• 31t,307 38f.,307

51000 BNVIROHMDTAL RBS'I'ORM'IOU, DEPD'SB-WIDB •.•.••.••.•.••. ~4. 081 2 •• 081

212,6U 221,3U +8,750

51200 OVERBBAS RUMANITARIA!lJ, DlSASrBR, AND CIVIC AID •••••.•. !ii, 000 59,000

51300 1'ORHBR. SOVIBT lOlIOR 'I'RRD.T IlBDUCTIOJl ••••.•••••.••••••• 450. BOO 450,800

5UOD GRAND TOTAr... a&; M 1U,9S2.'U4 115,295,894 ~l,6S5.430


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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW
The Administration's fiscal year 2004 budget request represents
a $2,238,066,000 increase above fiscal year 2003 in Title II, Oper­
ation and Maintenance. The requested funding would sustain fly­
ing hours, ship steaming and ground operating tempo at fiscal year
2003 levels. Overall requested funding for ship maintenance de­
- creases by $608,000,000 reflecting a consolidation of ship depot
maintenance and intermediate level maintenance, and a reduction
in the scope and number of scheduled maintenance availabilities.
The request for the Air Force flying hour program decreases by
$695,000,000 based on projected lower cost per flying hour. Re­
quested funding for Army Operation and Maintenance includes a
program increase of $670,000,000, including increased spending for
spare parts and continuing efforts to improve the antiterrorism and
force protection posture at Army activities worldwide. The Army's
requested spending for depot maintenance increases by nearly
$200,000,000 above the inflation increase, providing for increased
effort in depot maintenance for missiles, aircraft, automotive, and
communications and electronics.
The Committee notes that a considerable amount of additional
maintenance work will be accomplished in fiscal year 2004, beyond
that provided for in the President's fiscal year 2004 request. Incre­
mental maintenance and reconstitution efforts related to repair
and refurbishment of equipment for wear and damage stemming
from Operation Iraqi Freedom will result in the accomplishment of
additional maintenance at all levels, from unit to depot, with such
work supported by funds made available in the Emergency War­
time Supplemental Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2003.
The President's budget request for sustainment of facilities for
all branches of the Armed Services includes a funding increase of
over $100,000,000, and achieves 93 percent funding of require­
ments. However, proposed funding for restoration and moderniza­
tion of facilities decreases by over $400,000,000. The proposed
budget provides adequate funding to prevent the further deteriora­
tion of facilities, but is inadequate to restore those facilities that
have deteriorated to undesirable status, or to modernize older fa­
cilities to current standards.
In Title II of the bill, the Committee has fully supported the re­
quested funding to provide for readiness training in flying hours,
ship steaming and ground forces optempo training. Maintenance
programs, including the Army's investment in increased spare
parts stockage levels, have been fully funded as requested. The re­
quested levels of anti-terrorism and force protection funding have
been fully supported, sustaining spending at the fiscal year 2002
level for the Navy and Air Force, and sustainin~ the increased fis­
cal year 2003 spending level for the Army, whIch included' funds
transferred from the Defense Emergency Response Fund.
RECOMMENDATIONS TO ADDRESS SHORTFALLS
Despite the continuation of robust funding in operation and
maintenance accounts requested for fiscal year 2004, testimony by
the services' leadership and briefings by key staff members indicate
that a certain degree of risk has been taken in some areas. The Air
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Force flying hour program is based on estimated reduced per-hour
costs, achieving the necessary readiness flying hours at reduced
funding. The Air Force depot maintenance program funding in­
creases by $262,000,000 above the price increase, however program
cost growth is outpacing inflation. The Army's Flight School XXI
initiative will reduce the overall duration of rotary wing flight
school and reduce the total number of hours flown in training while
- increasing the number of hours flown in actual mission type air­
craft. Army OPTEMPO program pricing assumes a reduced de­
mand for consumable items. The Navy deferred certain ship depot
maintenance availabilities, and requested a reduced funding level
in support for flight operations. Requested funding for base oper­
ations support declines in the Army and Navy by $323,000,000 and
$158,000,000 respectively.
The Committee has provided over $600,000,000 in additional op­
erating account funding to assist in addressing many of the Depart­
ment's shortfalls. Increased funding has been included for indi­
vidual soldier and marine field equipment, small all terrain vehi­
cles, general purpose tents and mobility shelters, training and sup­
port facilities, joint training capabilities, training on urbanized ter­
rain, civilian workforce safety, education programs and distance
learning, anti-corrosion programs to extend the service life of vehi­
cles and equipment, and weapons systems depot maintenance.
As has been the practice, the Committee has identified spending
that does not directly support readiness and has moved those funds
to accounts that more directly support readiness goals.
AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS
The President's budget request proposed that all operation and
maintenance funding be made available for obligation for two years
as opposed to one year. The change proposed by the administration
was intended to provide increased flexibility in manafiing oper­
ational funds. The Committee bill maintains one-year availability
for all operation and maintenance funds. The Committee believes
that funds provided for current operational expenses and readiness
of the armed forces should be promptly obligated for the purposes
and programs for which appropriated.
CIVILIAN PAY
The Committee has fully funded the budget request for a 2.0 per­
cent pay increase for civilian employees of the Department of De­
fense. The Committee understands that the Department of Defense
may implement an increase in pay that is greater than 2.0 percent,
and directs that any increase above 2.0 percent will be paid from
within funds available to the DoD.
UNOBLIGATED BALANCES
The Committee has adjusted amounts available in service oper­
ation and maintenance accounts for fiscal year 2004 to allow for
the impact of amounts left unobligated in operation and mainte­
nance accounts at the end of prior fiscal years and the effect of
such under-obligations on estimated future requirements. The
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Committee has reduced funding for unobligated balances as fol­
lows.
[In thoU88llds of dollars]
Army . $51,500
99,000
~~1n~·C;;~~ ..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 5,700
Air Force . 13,500
SOUTHWEST ASIA CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS
Beginning with fiscal year 2002, funds to sustain contingency op­
erations in Southwest Asia were included in the Defense Compo­
nents baseline appropriations. Although the operations continued
as designated contingencies, the troop levels had become stable
enough to be financed and executed in the normal appropriations
structure. The operations were Operation Northern Watch which
enforced the no-fly zone above the 36th parallel in Iraq, Operation
Southern Watch which countered potential aggression by Irag and
continued enforcement of the no-fly zone below the 32nd parallel in
southern Iraq, and Operation Desert Spring which continued Army
ground operations including maintenance of forward deployed
ground forces for the purpose of deterring Iraqi aggression and pro­
viding assistance to coalition partners. With the defeat of the Iraqi
armed forces by coalition forces in Operation Iraqi Freedom, the re­
quirement for these continuing Southwest Asia contingency activi­
ties ceased, and the Committee has reduced funding for operation
and maintenance as follows.
[In thousands of dollars]
Army . $200,400

S~~~~~~~~:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
75,800
500
707,600
Defense-Wide .. 58,161
ACCESS TO EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
The Committee is concerned with the apparent confusion and
lack of standardization regarding service members access to senior
service college level educational opportunities. The Committee sup­
ports maintaining rigorous standards, uniform across the branches
of the armed forces, for the awarding of senior level academic cred­
it. The Committee also supports clear definition of the require­
ments to achieve senior service college credit, and the various ave­
nues available to achieve such credit, whether by resident attend­
ance, corresponding studies or seminar, of a course offered by a
service members branch, or a branch other than the service mem­
bers. The challenge in achieving senior service college, or Joint Pro­
fessional Military Education Level One credit is especially frus­
trating for members of the reserve components, who face difficult
challenges in finding the time for resident course attendance. The
Committee believes that the various alternatives for achieving sen­
ior college, or Joint Professional Military Education Level One,
credit should be clearly established and widely promulgated to
service members of the active and reserve components. The Com­
mittee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide a report to the
congressional defense committees, not" later than March 1, 2004, on
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the requirements for Joint Professional Military Education Level
One, and the various alternatives for attaining that level of mili­
tary education.
SPECIALIZED CODE OF CONDUCT TRAINING
The Committee recommends an additional $4,000,000 in Oper­
. _ ation and Maintenance, Air Force only to meet unfunded require­
ments at the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency. In 1999, the De­
partment of Defense transferred executive agency responsibilities
for personnel recovery from the Air Force to the Commander, Joint
Forces Command, including specialized code of conduct training.
The Committee is unclear about the responsibilities associated with
this decision, and directs the Secretary of Defense to provide to the
Committees on Appropriations of the House of Representatives and
the Senate a copy of the implementing guidance covering the Joint
Forces Command's executive agent responsibilities for personnel re­
covery that satisfies DoD Directive 5100.88. Additionally, the Com­
mittee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide to the Commit·
tees on Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the
Senate by January 1, 2004 a report on the authorities, tasks and
funding channels for the Joint Forces Command as the Personnel
Recovery Executive Agent. The report shall also include the specific
requirement for JPRA provided specialized code of conduct training
and Service Level B and C code of conduct training. The report
should include the numbers and percentages of service personnel
that have received such training, and the numbers and percentages
of personnel that are awaiting training, the annual training deficit,
and the plan to address any training shortfall. The Committee fur­
ther directs that a separate Program Element be identified for
JPRA resourcing in all future budget requests.
CMLlAN PERSONNEL SYSTEM CHANGES
The Committee notes that the House-passed version of H.R.
1588, the fiscal year 2004 National Defense Authorization Act, in­
cludes a subtitle (Subtitle B, Title 11) creating a Department of De­
fense National Security Personnel System in accordance with the
recommendations submitted to Congress by the Department of De­
fense. The Committee also notes that this proposed subsection
would allow the Department to establish a new system for the com­
pensation of civilian employees using measures of merit-based per­
formance. The proposed system could alter the compensation of
over 800,000 employees with total pay of over $47,500,000,000, po­
tentially affecting a large percentage of all outlays in the operation
and maintenance accounts. The General Accounting Office· has pre­
sented testimony to Congress that the Department of Defense does
not currently have adequate systems in place for measuring merit­
base performance. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense
to submit a report to the congressional defense committees 60 days
prior to the implementation of a new performance-based compensa­
tion system on the steps taken and the systems established to
measure performance for the purposes of determining compensa­
tion.
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GENERAL REDUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE
ACTIVITIES
The Committee has adjusted amounts requested in service oper­
ation and maintenance accounts for fiscal year 2004 to reflect im­
proved efficiency in providing for administrative and service wide
activities in the military departments. The Committee has reduced
- funding as follows.
lin thousands of doll_]
Army .. $33,000
Navy .. 52,000
Air Force . 45,000
BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT
The Committee has adjusted amounts requested in certain oper­
ation and maintenance accounts for fiscal year 2004 to address effi­
ciencies in providing base operations support services. The com­
mittee notes that overall'spending for base operations declined sig­
nificantly in all branches of the armed forces except the Air Force.
Air Force spending in this area increased substantially. The Com­
mittee has reduced funding as follows.
[1n thousands of dollars]
Air Force $300,000
CIVIUAN PAY OVERSTATEMENT
The Committee has reduced the total amount available in Title
II by $51,100,000 to correct for overstatement of requirements for
civilian pay by the Army and Air Force. The Committee has re­
duced funding for overstated operation and maintenance civilian
pay requirements as follows:
[In thousand. of dollars]
Army $19,700
Air Force 31,400
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE BUDGET EXECUTION DATA
The Committee directs the Department of Defense to continue to
provide the congressional defense committees with quarterly budg­
et execution data. Such data should be provided not later than
forty-five days past the close of each quarter for the fiscal year, and
should be provided for each 0-1 budget activity, activity group,
and subactivity group for each of the active, defense-wide, reserve
and National.Guard components. For each 0-1 budget activity, ac­
tivity group, and subactivity group, these reports should include
the budget request and actual obligations; the DoD distribution of
unallocated congressional adjustments to the budget request; all
adjustments made by DoD during the process of rebaselining the
operation and maintenance accounts; all adjustments resulting
from below threshold reprogrammings; and all adjustments result­
ing from prior approval reprogramming requests.
In addition, the Committee requires that the Department of De­
fense provide semiannual written notifications to the congressional
defense committees, which summarize Operation and Maintenance
budget execution, to include the effect of rebaselining procedures,
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other below threshold reprogrammings, and prior approval
reprogrammings. The Committee further directs that the Depart­
ment of Defense provide the House of Representatives and Senate
Committees on Appropriations written notification 30 days prior to
executing procedures to rebaseline Operation and Maintenance ac­
counts.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REPROGRAMMINGS
The Committee directs that proposed transfers of funds between
0-1 budget activities in excess of $15,000,000 be subject to normal
prior approval reprogramming procedures. Items for which funds
have been specifically provided in any appropriation in the report
using phrases "only for" and "only to" are Congressional interest
items for the purpose of the Base for Reprogramming (DD Form
1414). Each of these items must be carried on the DD1414 at the
stated amount, or revised amount if changed during conference or
if otherwise specifically addressed in the conference report. In addi­
tion, due to continuing concerns about force readiness and the di­
version of Operation and Maintenance funds, the Committee di­
reets the Department of Defense to provide written notification to
the congressional defense committees for the cumulative value of
any and all transfers in excess of $15,000,000 from the following
budget activities and subactivity group categories:
Operation and maintenance, Army
Operating Forces: Divisions, Corps combat forces, Corps support
forces, Echelon above Corps support forces, Land forces operations
support, Land forces systems readiness, and Land forces depot
maintenance.
Operation and maintenance, Navy
Operating Forces: Mission and other flight operations, Fleet air
training, Aircraft depot maintenance, Mission and other ship oper­
ations, Ship operational support and training, Ship maintenance.
Operation and maintenance, Manne Corps
Operating Forces: Operational forces, Depot maintenance.
Operation and maintenance, Air Force
Operating Forces: Primary combat forces, Primary combat weap­
ons, Air operations training, Depot maintenance; Mobilization: ,Air­
lift operations, Depot maintenance, Payments to the transportation
business area; Basic Skill and Advance Training: Depot mainte­
nance; Logistics Operations: Depot maintenance.
Further, the Department should follow prior approval reprogram­
ming procedures for transfers in excess of $15,000,000 out of the
following budget subactivities:
Operation and' maintenance, Army
Depot maintenance.
Operation and maintenance, Navy
Aircraft depot maintenance,
Ship maintenance.
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Operation and maintenance, Marine Corps
Depot maintenance.
Operation and maintenance, Air Force
Air Operations, Depot maintenance,
Mobility Operations, Depot maintenance,
Basic Skills and Advanced Training, Depot maintenance; and Lo­
gistics Operations, Depot maintenance.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $23,992,082,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 24,958,842,000
Committee recommendation 24.903,992,000
Change from budget request - 54,850,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $24,903,992,000
for Operation and Maintenance, Army. The recommendation is an
increase of $911,910,000 above the amount appropriated for fiscal
year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
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(DOLLARS tH THODSAllDS)

BO!XJIrI' CQfIDII'l'TD CIWiQI I'ROM


RllQVBIlT RlICOM1l1lNllBD _ ...

100 OPBJUlTION A»D MA.IM'J'BIIAliCE, IUtN't

150 B1JWBT ACTIVITY :1: OPBRATIJIG FOR-CBS

200 LAND 'ORCas


250 DIVISIONS., ••. ,..... .••.....••.••.•.••..•.•..••••••••. 1,'06,1122 1,518,422 +11,500

300 CORPS COMBAT FORCES •••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••••••• .78,563 .78,663

350 CORPS SUPPORT FOlleES ••••.•.••••••••••.•••.•••.•.•••••• 383,755 383,755

600 BOiBIlOlf ABOVE CORPS SUPPORT FORCBS •••••••••••••••••••• 4.'7,026 .67,026

450 LAND FOR.CIS OPBRATI0Jl9 SUPPORT •••...•••••••••.••..•••• 1.,078,757 l,07B,757

500 LAND FORCES R.ItADIBBBS


550 FORCE RBADINESS OPBRAnORS SUPi'ORT •••.•.•••••••••••••• 1,568,1100 1,572,.00 +3,500

600 LAND PORCBS SYSTEMS RBAIlINBSS ••.•.••••• , •••••••••••••• 688,918 .98, ~18

'so toAND FORCES DBl"01' MAINTBtmJlCB ••••••••••.•••••••••••••• 1,007,.4081 1,007,.81

700 LAND FORCES RBAOIN1I:98 SUPPORT


750 BASE OPBRATIONS SUPPORT ••••••. 2,651,539 +9,000

900 FAC SUSTAINMBNT. RBB'fOJlATION & MOD tOP FORCES). .•.•••• 1,0'.,309 1,09.,30~

850 MANAGBMDn' & OPEltATIOHAL HBAD()UAR'rBRS, ••••••.••••••••• 2.3,033

900 UNIFIBD COMMANDS •••••...•••••••••.•...•.••••••.••••• " 85,115 B5,l15

950 MISCELI.NmOUS ACTIVI'r'tE.S •••••••.••••••• , •••••••••• ... • I, 562, 7~3 1,562,793

1045 TOTAL, BUDGBT AC'l'IVI'TY 1 •.••••• , •••••••••••••••••••• 12,C17,111 12,640.111 +23,000

1050 BUDGET AC'1'IVITY 2: MOBILIZATIOIl

1100 MoaIIJ:TY OPERATIONS


1200 STAATBGIC MOBILI7ATIOY. • • . • .. . •.•..•.•.••.•••..

1250 ARMY PRBPOSITIOlflID S'l'OCKS ••.•.•.•••••••••..•••••..••.• 145,728 US, 728

1300 INDUSTRIAL PR.IPAREONESS ••.•.•••••••...••••.••••••••••• 7,753 7,753

1325 rAC SUBTAIBMBHT, RBSTORATION & MOD tOP fORCBS) ••••••.• '6,~33 6,~33

1350 TOTAL, BUDCIIT ACTIVITY '2 •••••••••.•••••••••••••••••• S38,U6 su, BU


1.00 BUDGET ACI'IVI'T'l 3: TRAIII1Il!lG Am> RECRUITING
1450 ACCBSSXON TRA:IRIHG
1500 opnCSR ACQUISITION ••••.••..••••••••••••••.••.•.•••••• 89.853 U,S53

1550 RECRUIT TRAINING •••.••••..•.••.••••••••••..•.•••••••.• 22. ~77 22,9"


1600 ORB STATION UNIT TRAINIlfG .•••••••••.•.•••••••••••••••• 39,106 311,106

1650 SIDJIOR RBSBRVE OFPICERS I TRAINlWl.1 CORPS ••••••••••••••• 215,764 +1,500

1700 BASK OPERATIQNS SUPPORT (ACCBSSIOB TRAINING) ••••••.••• 80,110 80,110

1750 mc SUBTAINMBB"I'. RBSTORATION .iii MOD tOP PORCBS) .•••••.• 61, 0~6 61,096
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(DOLLARS IN 1'HOlJs»mB)

1800 BASIC SKILLI ADVABCB 1'RAI1fIBG


1850 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINIHG •••••••••••••••• •· •••••••••• 306.272 313.972 +7,100

1'00 FI.IG::l'l' rRAIN'IHQ ••••••.••••••••••.•.•••.••••• , ••• , •••••• "",040 U5I,040

1950 PR.OPE:BSICIHAL DBVILOPMBR'J' BIJUCATtat••••••.••••••••••••• U2,038 142,038

2000 TRA7HING SUP;QRT . .'8.903 442,003 +3.100

2050 M8E OPIRATIafS StJPPOI.T (BASIC SXILL/ADV TRA:nrI83) •••• 81',104 828.204 +8.500

.2100 rAe liIJSnINHENT. RBSTORATION "NOD (OP t'ORClS) •.••.••. 392.5$0 392,550

2150 RIlCR.~TIRG/O'I'HSR TRADfIHG


2200 RBCR.'JI'I'IlIG AND ADV'BRTISlNG ••••••••••••.••••••.•••••••• 4U,03!5 468,035

:2250 KXAMI~ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 83,269 83,269


2300 OFF~Dtrl"Y AHD VOLUN'1"ARY BtXJCATIOti' •••••••••••••••••••••• 226, all 226,011

2350 CIVILIAN EDUCATION ADD TRAIIUGQ ••••.•••••••.•••••••••• 512,536 '4,536 +2.000

2600 JURIOR RISBRVB OFFICIIS' TRAnlDIQ CORPS ••••••••••••••• 129,97' 1251,918

2.50 BlISH o.....nOll! !OPPOU IltlfCRlJIT/<mIBR 'lRAIlIlIlOl •••••. 238.993 238,993

2500 TO'rAL, BtJDGI'l' ACTIVl'I'Y J....... 4,384.535 4,407,535

2550 BtmlJ!tT ACTIVI't'Y 4 t ADMIN Iir SnVICD'IDE ACrIVITIIB

2600 8BC01UTY PROGRAMS


2650 SBCUJlITY PROORAMS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 591.622

2700 LOGIBrICS OPDATI01lTS


2150 SBiI.V1CEWIDB TRANSPQRT1t.T1ON ••••.••••..••.•••••••.•••••• 661,5$1 56'1,551

:i800 CERTRAL SUPPLY ACTIVI'rI~S............................. 4'1,81& .",835 +8.000


.:18'50 .LOCi1ISTJ:C8 B01'I.'ORT AC"l"IVITZes ••••••••• _ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 1,0$8, 'GO 1.059.1GO 1"1.000

2'00 AMMtDrITIOY MANAGBMENT ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 330,129 330,129

25150 SBRVICBWIDI SUPPORT


3000 ADMlIlISTRATICII ••••••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••••••• 154,135 6'''.135

3050 S~CBWInll: ·CCJMMtII\T.I:OTIOb1'S •••••••••••••••••••••..•.••• 5.13,102 52:8,602 +5,500

3100 MAKI?O'NBR MANAOBMDT" •••••••••••• , ••••• , •••••••••••••• 210.202 210,202

)150 OTHBR PBRSONZ.QE1, StlPPOR'f ••••••••• , ••••••••••••••••••••• :a.,e.116 202,216

3200 0TII1!:R. SmRVICB SUPPORT, ••••.••••••• , ••••••••••••••• , ••• 101,556 101.558

3250 ARMY CLAIMS ••••••••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 116,Ul

3300 RBAL ES'J'ATB ~1IM8IIT ••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••••• 50,173

3350 BAA!: OPBRATIORS SUPPORT ~SCRV%ClWmE SUPPORT) • • • . • • • • • I, U.f.,1.3. 1.,200.584 +6,450

3400 rAe SDSTADfMeRT. RKS'J'OllATION "MOD (OP PORcas) . • • •• • • • 260 I 288 1'2.000

3550 ~POR'r or cmlBa NATICIIS


1600 I1!I"l'1!:RRATOIIIAL MILITARY HBAJ)QlJARTB'RS •••••••••••••• " ••• 207,125 207,125

36$0 M%SC. SUPPORT OP OTHIIl lUI.TIOHS .••••••..••••••••••••••• 58.129 ",729

3700 TOTAL. BUOOB'T ACTIVIT'{ 4............... •• •••.••••••• 7,"24,750 1'26,450


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Ino a.ASSI.P'IID tKOGlAMS UllDI$'1'IlI'BUl'BD •.•••.•••••••• ~ ••.•.. 1'11,000 +11',OlJO

)120 JIIIMORIAL lIVEN'rS •••••• , ••••••••••• ~ .••••••••••••••••••• <DO HOD

39'(1 UNOBLIGAtBD BA'LANCSS •.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• -51. SOD ~:U.!iOO

608'0 UXDtSTR.IBUTED R2!J'tY.:TtON' •••••••••••• , •••••••••••••••••• -',SOD -6. soo

"090 SWA. CCIlIOPS ••••••••••••••••• ,. •••••••••••••••••••••••••• -200,400 .. 20(1 .... 00

"33-.000 ...u,ooo
4110 CIVILIA1'I 'PAY OVBJtSTATBM!IIl'1" ••••••••••.••••••••• '" ••••• ..19,100 "19.100

-'180 TOTll", OPIRATICIf lHD NlIIl'1'IlIlWlC&, AJIIY •••••••••••••• 24.9se.8t2 2.,903,'92 -5 •• 850
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The adjustments to the budget activities for Operation and Main­
tenance, Army are shown below:
(In thousanda of dollars]
Budget Activity I: Operating Forces:
250 Modular Lightweight Load-Carrying Equipment
(MOLLE) .. 3,000
250 Hydration on the Move System Basic'ChemicallBiological 2,000
250 Expandable Light Air Mobility Shelters .. 6,000
250 Container System Modernization .. 500
550 Enhance Urbanized Training at Fort Irwin and Support
JNTC Initiatives . 3,500
750 Training and Support Facilities .. 8,000
Budget Activit,y 3: Training and Recruiting:
1650 ROTC Helicopter Flight Training Program .. 1,500
1850 Gauntlet Training and Instrumentation Facility Up,
grade, Fort Knox . 1,500
1850 Fort Knox University of Mounted Warfare Student/
Classroom Automation Resources .. 1,200
1850 U.S. Army Engineer School . 4,000
1850 Military Police MCTFT Joint Training .. 1,000
1900 Air Battle Captain Pro~am ..
2000 Defense Language InstItute (DLI) LangNet Project . 1,500
2000 Military Distance Learning Demonstration .. 1,600
2050 Fort Knox University of Mounted Warfare Campus Area
Network Infrastructure .. 2,500
2050 Repave Road to Ammo Facility at Fort Benning .. 6,100
2350 Online Technology Training Pilot Pro¥!am Fort Lewis .. 2,000
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Service WIde Activities:
2800 ArmY Military Vehicle Batteries .. 2,000
2800 Pulse Technology-Army Battery Management Program 5,000
2800 TACOM Electronic Maintenance System . 1,000
2850 Integrated Digital Environments (IDE) Information Por­
tal . 1,000
3050 Army Knowledge Online . 5,000
3050 Army Knowledge Online Labs in Korea .. 500
3150 Service Member Benefits Analysis Online Pilot Program 3,500
3350 Army Worker Safety Program Expansion . 6,000
3350 Feasibility Study for Homeland Defense and National
Security Applications at Watervliet Arsenal . 450
3400 Army Chapel Renovation Matching Funds Program .. 2,000
Undistributed:
3710 Classified Programs 177,000
3720 Memorial Events 400
3970 Un-obligated Balance - 51,500
4090 Southwest Asia CONOPS Costs - 200,400
4100 Administration and Service wide Activities - 33,000
4110 Civilian Pay Overstatement -19,700
INTEGRATED DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS INFORMATION PORTAL
The Committee recommends an additional $500,000 in Operation
and Maintenance, Army only for the Program Executive Officer
(PEO) Ground Combat Systems at TACOM to expand the use of
IDEs among weapon program managers and the Army's Research
and Development command structure. The Committee also rec­
ommends an additional $500,000 in Operation and Maintenance,
Army only for the Aviation Engineering Directorate at AMCOM to
expand an IDE environment in order to streamline the airworthi­
ness qualification and release process. The Secretary of the Army
shall provide a report to the congressional defense committees no
later than March 31, 2004, evaluating the effectiveness of IDEs as
weapon program management tools and the advantages they may
provide to weapon program stakeholders throughout the life cycle.
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ARMY WORKER SAFETY PROGRAM EXPANSION
The Committee is pleased with the progress of the Army's safety
initiative underway at Fort Bragg and at the Watervliet Arsenal,
and encourages the Secretary of the Army to expand the initiative
to other Army installations. The Committee therefore recommends
an additional $6,000,000 in Operation and Maintenance, Army to
- enhance and expand the current safety initiative for U.S. Army ci­
vilian employees.
TRAINING AND SUPPORT FACILITIES
The Committee has provided an additional $8,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Army only for mission critical require­
ments at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin.
TACONY WAREHOUSE DEMOLITION
The Committee directs that of the funds made available in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Army, $10,000,000 shall be made available
only to demolish the Army's Tacony Warehouse depot site owned
by Fort Dix in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
EXPANDABLE LIGHT AIR MOBILITY SHELTERS
The Committee recommends an increase of $6,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Army only to continue fielding of Expand­
able Light Air Mobility Shelters (ELAMS) to Army airborne units.
SERVICE MEMBER BENEFITS ANALYSIS SYSTEM ONLINE PILOT
PROGRAM
The Committee is aware of the complex and potentially over­
whelming mass of information regarding benefits available from
the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs, and
Social Security Administration, which service members must com­
pile and analyze in order to make informed fmancial planning deci­
sions. The need for comprehensive and understandable information
is key when service members prepare for deployment and make re­
enlistment decisions, and at many other critical career decision
points. Survivor assistance personnel require similar information to
assist the families of deceased service members. The Committee
recommends an additional $3,500,000 in Operation and Mainte­
nance, Army only for a pilot program to provide service members
with an online benefits analysis system. The Committee directs the
Secretary of Defense to provide a report to the congressional de­
fense committees not later than 15 April 2004 on the implementa­
tion and benefits of the system.
NTC MOUT TRAINING
The Committee recommends an additional $3,500,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Army only to enhance Military Operations
on Urban Terrain (MOUT) training at the National Training Cen­
ter (NTC) at Fort Irwin, and support Joint National Training Cen­
ter initiatives.
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MEMORIAL ACTIVITIES
The Committee recommends an additional $400,000 in Operation
and Maintenance, Army above the budget request of $3,517,500
only to enhance Army support for memorial activities.
RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING
.- The Committee recommends the budget request for the Army's
recruiting and advertising program and continues to support the
Army's campaign to ensure it achieves its recruiting goals. The
Committee directs that no less than $9,000,000 of the funds pro­
vided for Operation and Maintenance, Army be used to maintain
existing production efforts directed toward certain audiences, in­
cluding Hispanic recruits.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $29,331,526,000
Fiscal Year 2004 budget request 28,287,690,000
Committee recommendation 28,060,240,000
Change from budget request -227,450,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $28,060,240,000
for Operation and Maintenance, Navy. The recommendation is a
decrease of $1,271,286,000 below the amount appropriated for fis­
cal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
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(DOLLARS DJ THOUBAlU)8)

4250 OPBRA'I'IOJI AIm JV.INTJ:lQlfC8~ ID.VY

4300 BUDGB'I' AC'1'IVrrY 1; O1'BRATJlIC3 PORCB9

4350 AIR OPERA'l'IONS


4400 MISSION AND 0'l'HBR PLIGHT OPIRJ.'1'IOIlS .•••••••••••••••••• 3,2152,507 3.2'2,507

44.50 P1lSB'I' AIR TRAINING ••••••..••.•••••• , ••••••••••••.••••• 1.025,326 1,025,326

4500 INTBRMBDIA'l'B MAINTBIt\H'CB ••.•.••••••.•••••••••••••••••• 73,'61

4550 AIR OPEllA'rIONS AND SAPBTY' SUPPORT •••••••••.•••••••••••

"600 AIRCRAP'l' DBPOT KAItrl'BHANCB .•••••••••.••••••••••••••••• JeO,136 teO,136

41550 AIRCRAFT DBPOT OPERATION'S SUPPORT ••.•••.•••••••••••••• 50,725 59,725 +9,000

4800 SHIP OPERA'l'IONS


4850 MIlSION AND 0'l'ImR SHIP OPBRJ.'t'JONS ••.•••••••••••••••••• 2,.85,605 2,485.605

4900 SHIP Oi'BllATIQmL stJPPORT A1IlD 'lItADfDJG................. 614,525

5000 SHIP DBPOT HAIN'l'JD1'ANCI..................... •••••.•.••. 3,545',545 3,567,545

5050 SHIP DBPOT OPIlRATIONS SUPPORT , ,... I,OS7,587 1, on. 087 +3.500

5200 ceJlmAT OPBRATIOBS/SUPPOlt'r


5250 C'OMBAT COHMUNl'CATIOHS •.••••••••••.•.•••.••••••••••.••• 377,4.93 382,4513 .5,000

5300 BLEC'l'ROtiIIC WARrARE •••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••• 15,574 15.574

5350 SPACE SYSTEMS &0 SORVBILLARCE ••.•••.••••••••••••••••••• 125.107 125.107

54.00 "ARUARB 'TACTICS ••••.••••••...••••••.••••.••••.•••••••• 235,237 232,237 -3.000

54.50 OPBRATIOl1AL METBOROLOGY &0 OCBAIIOGRAPHY •••••••••••••••• 257,4.75 257,4.75

5500 COMBAT BWPORT FORCas •••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 892,24.1 864.,24.1 -28,000

5550 BQUIPMliNT MAINTINAN'CB ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 166,on 168,033 .2,000

5600 DBPO! OPERATIONS SUPPORT . 2,733 2,733

5750 WEAPONS SUPPORT


5800 CRUISB MISSILE •••••.••••••.••••• , ••••••••••••••••••••• 151,456 151,4515

5850 PLBE1' BALLISTIC MISSILl ••••••••••.•••••.•••••••••••••• 8045.058 8045.058

55100 IN-SERVICB WEAPONS SYSTJDIB BUPPORT •••••••••••••••••••• 44.,012 44,0512

5g50 WDPON8 M 7 l ~ B•••••••.••••••••••••.•••••••••••••• 4U.4.25 4.'71.4.25 +5.000


6150 IIINCF SUPPORT ••••••••••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••• -44.7,755 -4.4.7,755

6200 BASB SUPPORT


6210 l'ACILITlBs SUS"J'AIIIND'T, RBSTORATIOIf " MODBRJIIZATIOIT... 1.079,723 1,085,723 +5,000

6220 BASB SUPPORT •••••••••• e e..... 2,609.334. .9,000

6230 'I'O'I'AL, BODGBT ACTIVITY 1 20,034.,702 20,0.3,202 +8.500

6250 BUIJCJE1' ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZM"ICllJ

6300 RIlI\DY ""SIlRVB AliD PRBPOSITICIIllIO POilCEs


6350 SHIP PREPOSITIONDlG ADD BURGI . 506,61.'0 4.16, '90 -9,700

StOO N:tIVATIraJS/INAC'l'IVA!'IOlIB
U50 AIRc::RAJ'T ACTIVATIOITS/DlACTln.TI0B6 •••••.•.•••••••••••• 8,217 8,217

6500 SHIP AC'f~IONS/IRAC'I'IVATlc.S


•••••••••••.•••••••••••• 167.127 168,127 +1,000
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(D01oLI\RS '" TIlCUll...,S)

usc I1OBILIZ1t.TIO» PUPARECRBSS


6'6'00 PLEET HOSPITAL PROORAK •••••••.••••••••••.••••••••••••. 25,361 25,361

6'6'50 tJlDUSTRJAL RBADIJlB!lS •••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1.,'702 1.702

5"10 Q COMT GUARIl SUJlPOR'l' ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1',13'7 18,13'7

6'750 TO'I'JU,., 8UDGlCT ACTlVl'l'Y 2 . 727,234 -8,700

6800 BUDOB'I' ACTIVIT'!' .3: 'rMINIIIB N!JD RICllUITIlIG

6850 l!LCCESSION 'TRAlBl~


6900 O'PICBIl ACQUISITION .•••••••.•..•••••• , ••••••••••••••• , 116, 022 116.022
6150 RBCRUIT TAA..IlItIlG ••••.••••••.•••••••••.•••••••••••••••. 8,693 8.6'3
7000 RZSBRVE OFFICKRS TRAINING CORPS •••••••••.••••••••••••. 91,788 tg,288 +7, SOO

7150 BAB'IC SD:r..LS JUII) ADVMJCB.I> TBAlHING


7200 SPBC:rn tZJ:D SJaLL TRAlllIItG •••••.•••••••..••••••••••••. 36'3,006' 35',006' -'.000

7250 PLIGHT TRAININQ •••.••••••••••••••••.••••.••••••••••••• 441.982 441.n2


7300 PKOPBSSIOHAlo DINXLOPIG1' lm'UCATIOH •••••••••••••••••••• 113,134
1350 TRAINXHG St}PPOR7' •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 300.843 ..,.700

7500 RBCRUITIJa, AND OTHD TRADlIJIQ AND ED1ICAT1'ctf


1550 RBCIlUlTINQ JUm ADVKRTtSING ••••• " ••••••••••••.•••••••• 251.507 251.507

16'00 OPF-DDTY AIltI VOLI.INTARY aDDO.TIOH ••••••••••.••••••••••• 98,8ae. 100.lU +1,250

76'50 CIVILIAN EDUCATION' ARD TRA"IliZRG••••••••••.•••••••••••• 70,628 10,628


'7100 JUNIOR ROTC ••.••••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••••. .0,333 401,333 +1,000

7800 BlSB SDPPORT


1820 I'N:ILlTl8S SUS'I'AIRHBH"!', RB8'I'ORA1'1'OR " MD1JBRNlZAnCll••• 201,9'3
7830 BASB SUPPORT .••.••.•••..••••.•••.•••.•••.•••••.•.•.••• 313,31"1 313,377

7850 '%'O'1"AL. BUDCJBT "C"J'lVI'rr 3... ••••••.••. •.•.••• ••• ••••. 2,'72.191
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(DOLLUB IR THOUDlft)S)

7900 SUOOBT ACTIVITY 40 I ADMIN " SKRVICDIOI: ACl'IVU'IBS

79S0 SRRVICBWIOB SUPPORT


8000 ADMIliI'ISTRATION •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 6518,4~2 6'8,402:1

80S0 EXTERNAL RBLJ\TIORS •••••.••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4,O::U;


8100 CIVILIAN MANPOWER II PBRSOI!1lIBlo MIJT ••••••••••••••••••••• 104,963 1040,$163

8150 MILITARY MAHPOWBR 6. PBRS09BBL MGT ••••••••••••••••••••• 2:11,170 :121,170

8200 O'l"BER PBRSONMBt. SUJlPORT ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• :l1:1,060

8250 SERVICBM'IDB COtI'IlJ!iJCATIO!IS •••••••••••••••••••••••••.•• U:I,tIi8:1 +~,ooo

8450 LOGISTICS OPBRA'rIQNS A1ID TECHNICAL 8UPPOIt'r


8500 SBRVICBK'IOB TRAJl'BPO~TIOIit•••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 193,045

8550 Pt.ANIllNG. BlfGINKBR.IlIO " OBStOR •••••••••••••••••••••••• 301,365 '90.365 -11,000

8600 ACQVISITIOlf AND PROGRAM 1Vt.IIMBMD'l'•••••••••••••••••••• $105,432 906,4032 +1, 000

8650 AIR 8YS'l'BMS SUPS'OR'l' ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 447,631 454,1351 +6,500

8?00 HULL. MHCHAHlCAL " BLB:crJUCAL SOPPORT, •••••••••••••••• 62,927 +1,000

8750 COMBAT/WBA.PORS SYS'1'BMS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 40,093 40,093

-8800 SIlACB " KLBC'TRONIC lIARFARB SYSTEMS •••.•••••••••••••••• 66.'36 66,236

8950 BBCUR.ITY PROGRNIS


1000 SBCUR.ITY PROGRAMS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 801.5051

9150 SUPPORT OF OTHBR. NATIOWS


I~OO INTBRNATIONAL RDQ'1'IlS " AGBR'C'IBS ••••••••••••••••••••••• 10,542 10.540~

1~10 BASS SUPPORT


92~0 PACILITIBS SUS'J'AIHJlIBII'l', RBSTORA'I'ION , HODIRN'IZATIOI1 ••• Pe,108 t8,108

1230 BASB SUPPOR.T .••.••.••..••••••••••••••••• '•••••••••••••• 253,344 257,344 +40.000

$1450 TOTAL, BUDGET Ac:TIVtTY ••••••••••••••• . 5.053,563 5,057,063 +3,500

I .... 0 UNOBLIGATED BALANCBS, ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• -99,000 -951,000

95400 SWA OOKOPS. , ••••••••.••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••.•• -75,800 -75.800

9550 ADMIlIISTRATlOU 11m SBRVICB1fIDB ACTIVITIES ••••••••••••• -52,000 -52,000

9750 TOTAL, OPERATION AIID MAlHTIDIMICB, NAVY.............. :18,487,190 :18.060.:1"0 -~~7 ,"SO
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The adjustments to the budget activities for Operation and Main­
tenance, Navy are shown below:
(In thousands of dollarsl
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
4650 Navy Depot Production Processes Cycle Time Improve­
ment . 1,000
4650 Simulation Modeling Analytical Support System
(SMASS) . 2,000
4650 Computer Automatic Tester and Radar Communication
Automatic Test Equipment (CAT&RAD COM) .. 6,000
5050 Apprentice, Engineering Technician and CO-OP Pro­
gram IMF Bangor . 1,500
5050 Apprentice, Engineering Technician and CO-OP Pro­
gram NUWC Keyport . 2,000
5250 Collaborative Information Warfare Network SPAWAR
Charleston .. 5,000
5400 Warfare Tactics unjustified growth .. -3,000
5500 Combat Support Forces unjustified growth . -30,000
5500 Hydration on the Move System BasiclChemicallBiologi­
cal .. 2,000
5550 Manual Reverse Osmosis Desalinator (MROD) Testing,
Repair and Replacement . 2,000
5950 Mark 45 Gun Mount Overhauls .. 5,000
6210 Pier 3 Restoration at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard . 6,000
6220 Critical Asset Vulnerability Assessment, Navy Region
NW .. 2,000
6220 Northwest Environmental Resource Center .. 7,000
Budget Activity 2: Mobilization:
6350 Ship Prepositioning and Surge unjustified growth .......... -10,000
6350 DeploymentIMobilization Hub Study, New Orleans
NAS/JRB . 300
6500 Ship Disposal Program .. 1,000
Budget Activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
7000 Joint Military Science Leadership Program . 7,500
7200 Specialized Skill Training unjustified growth . -10,000
7200 Blended Learning Initiative .. 4,000
7200 Pier-Side Tactical and Simulation Training .. 2,000
7350 Training Support unjustified growth . -15,000
7350 Prototype System for Embedded Training and Perform­
ance Sup~NET . 300
7350 Naval Post Graduate Institute for Service to America .. 5,000
7600 Continuing Education Distance Learning .. 1,250
7700 Naval Sea Cadet Corps .. 1,000
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Service wide Activities:
8250 Mobile UHF DAMA Training Program .. 2,000
8550 Planning, Engineering and Design .. -11,000
8600 Space and Naval Warfare Info Tech Center (SITC) .. 1,000
8650 Configuration Management Info System (CMIS) .. 6,500
8700 Advanced Technical Information Support (ATIS) .. 1,000
9230 Inte~ated Safety Management System Expansion . 4,000
Undistributed:
9440 Un-obligated Balance -99,000
9540 Southwest Asia CONOPS Costs -75,800
9550 Administration and Service wide Activities . - 52,000
CRITICAL ASSET VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT, NAVY REGION

NORTHWEST

The Committee recommends an additional $2,000,000 in Oper­


ation and Maintenance, Navy only to continue the Critical Asset
Vulnerability Assessment program at Navy Region Northwest.
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ADVANCED TECHNICAL INFORMATION SUPPORT
The Committee recommends an additional $1,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Navy only for the Advanced Technical In­
formation System as an addition to funds already budgeted for
technical publications.
AGM-119B PENGUIN MISSILE DIVESTMENT
The Committee is concerned by the decision to divest the AGM­
119B Penguin missile from the Navy inventory. Divestment of the
missile leaves the Navy without a helicopter-fired standoff anti-sur­
face warfare weapon until the Joint Common Missile reaches the
fleet, sometime after 2009. The slight savings realized from this di­
vestment must be considered against the loss of capability and in­
creased risk. The Committee directs that no further missiles are to
be removed from the inventory or from the fleet until 30 days after
an Analysis of Alternatives is completed by the Center for Naval
Analysis and submitted to the Committees on Appropriations of the
House of Representatives and the Senate. The study shall include
consideration of three alternatives: continuing with divestment and
relying on the AGM-114 Hellfire for the ASUW mission, reversing
the decision and maintaining the AGM-119B in the current con­
figuration until a replacement is fielded, and reversing the decision
and upgrading the AGM-119B to an improved configuration. The
following factors shall be considered: basic comparison of the
Hellfire and the Penguin, including stand-off, ease of targeting,
seeker effectiveness, destructive effects and littoral capabilities;
current Navy requirements for stand-off anti-surface warfare; capa­
bilities of surface combatants and Lamps Mk. II SH-60B heli­
copters to meet the requirement against small enemy combatants
with air defense capability; savings from divestment versus the loss
of a single helicopter to air defense fire and the costs to recreate
AGM-119B capabilities in a new missile.
PUGET SOUND NAVAL SHIPYARD PIER RESTORATION
The Committee has included an increase of $6,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Navy only for the renovation of Ship Re­
pair Pier #3 at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, including replace­
ment of the pier fendering. The Committee notes that this amount
is provided in addition to the funding included in the budget re­
quest for Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization at Puget
Sound Naval. Shipyard, an amount which the Committee under­
stands to be $29,700,000.
SPACE AND NAVAL WARFARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CENTER
(SITe)
The Committee has provided an additional $1,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance Navy, only for operational support at the
SITC and $3,000,000 in Research, Development, Test and Evalua­
tion, Navy only for the SITC to meet unfunded Chief of Naval Op­
erations Manpower and Personnel migration programs to prepare
the Navy for migration to the Defense Integrated Manpower
Human resources System (DIMHRS) and to conduct enterprise
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level systems reengineering, web-enabling and portal integration
efforts at the SITC.
COASTAL PATROL CRAFr
The Committee is pleased to note the close cooperation exhibited
by the Navy and Coast Guard following the terrorist attacks of
2001, in making improvements in the coastal patrol mission for the
- United States. The Navy and Coast Guard leadership recognized
that geographic areas of responsibility frequently overlap, and es­
tablished a program of joint operating crews on some patrol craft.
The Committee further notes that the Navy is preparing to trans­
fer to the Coast Guard certain Cyclone class coastal patrol craft,
that such craft are currently in use for various joint security patrol
missions, and that funding for the operation and maintenance of
the Cyclone class coastal patrol craft is included in the Navy budg­
et request for fiscal year 2004. The Committee understands that
beginning with the fiscal year 2005 budget request, funding for the
operation and maintenance of the transferred patrol craft will be
included in the Coast Guard budget.
MISSION FUNDING FOR SHIPYARDS
The Committee is pleased with the progress that the Navy is
making with the transition from working capital funding to mission
funding at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Puget Sound. Mission
funding for shipyards provides increased flexibility to respond to
emergent requirements, and improves the efficiency of the civilian
and military workforce while maintaining strong performance ac­
countability. The Committee is aware that for fiscal year 2004, the
Navy will operate with two shipyards receiving mission funding,
and two shipyards resourced through working capital funding,
making for a potentially confusing situation in which to manage
ship maintenance. The Committee reco~izes the need to maintain
detailed ship maintenance cost accountmg but believes that the re­
gional maintenance consolidationplanning and single financial sys­
tem under consideration will facilitate a more efficient tracking of
ship maintenance costs. The Committee strongly encourages the
Navy to plan and implement mission fundmg at the Norfolk, Vir­
ginia and Portsmouth, New Hampshire shipyards by the end of fis­
cal year 2005.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS
Fiscal year 2003.ap~ropriation $3.585,759.000
Fiscal ~ear 2004 bUdget request 3,406,656,000
CommIttee recommendation 3,440,456,000
Change from budget request +33,800,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,440,456,000
for Operation ~d Maintenance, Marine Corps. The recommenda­
tion is a decrease of $145,303,000 below the amount appropriated
for fiscal year 2003. .
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
68
(DOLtoAIIS I N _ l

9900 ONRATIQI AND NAJ:IITRII»i'CK, MARINE CORPS

,9SO BUDCJB'r At'TIVI'1"Y 1: CPBRATIBO raROiS

10000 axPBDITICJJmJty PORCB8


10050 OPBRATIOIl'AL PORCB9 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 518.553 +10.000
10100 PI1!LD LOGISTICS ••••••••••••.•••••••••••••• , •••• , •••••• 320,108 320,108

10150 DBPO'J' Mlmti:lfANCB ••••••••••.••.••••••••••••••••••••••• 101.&39 106,"'39 +5,000

10200 BASB SUPPORT . 912,9"" '23, '34 ...11,000

loa,o rACILITIB8 8USTAIHMDIT. USTl)U.TION It ~IItHIZATIOlf••• ...ta,007 103,507 "'4,500

10)00 USMC nBP06ITIONIlIa


10:150 MARITIME IlRBPOSITION'1l1] ••••••••••••••••••. , . 76.996 ?S ••• 5
10400 NORny ~lTIOItXNG . .... 035 ... ,035

10450 TOTAL, BODGJ:1' ACTIVITY 1.... •••••••••• •••••••••••••• 3,'02,1'3 3,532,572 +30,500

10500 S1JDQET ACTIVITY 3: 'l'RAIrnNQ MD UCRUITIHG

10550 AC'CZS'SICIiI' TRAllfIHQ


10100 RSC'R.~T TRPJJittJlIG . 10,2.2 10,242

10650 OFFlaR ACQ11.ISITICN ••••••.••••••••••••••••••• ~ ••••••.• 348 1<8

10800 USI.C SKI.LLa AND AD~ TJUUIltNO


10850 SPBClAIJ:ZBD SULLS TRAJIIIHG •••••••••••••••• ,.,., •• , ••• .1 , 51'1 .1,51'

10900 FLIGHT TRAINI.N'G ••.•••••••.•.•••••••• ~ ••••••. ~ .•.•••••• 171 171

10950 PROFBSBIONAL DlIViLOPKBN'T' WDlJCA1'IOIl ••••••••• , •••••••••• 8,863 ',813

11000 TRAINING SUPPORr •..••••.•••••• , ••••.•••• , , ••••••••••.• 123, DO? 130,007

11150 RBOlUITDJG AND OTSER. '1'RAIB11JG Jmt1CATIar


11300 RBCRUI'l'IHO Am AnVB!lTISI50 •••••• , ••••••••••••••••••••• 115,151 11S,1G7

11:150 OPP"'DOTY IUm VOLUlft'ARy ~TIOlf •••• , ••••• , ••••••••••• 35,1505 35,e:05

11300 J1JH10R R.OT'C •••••••••••• , •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 13,200 13, '00 "'500


11350 DASK SUPPORT •••••••••• ~ ••.•••••••••••••• , , ••••• , •••••• 151,011 151,0'1

11400 Jl'ACILITIKS SUS'l7\XlIMBIn', RBS'T01Ul1'tOlf Ii MODInUOD.'I"%ON ••• 'S,073 '8,01'3


--- ................ ­ -_._-_ ..... _..... ---_ .... .. -_.
~-

11450 "r'O"I'aL. BtJDGft AC'T~TY" 3 •.•••••••••••••••••••••••••• 677,262 57.,7&2 "3,500


11500 BUDGBT ACTIVITY 4 I ADMIH It S&R.VICEMIDB ACTIVITIIS

1.1$50 SBItVtCBMlDB SUPPORT


11550 SPBC:uu. SUl'POJtT ••••••••• ~ ••••••••••••••••••••••••• ~ ••• 329,.8~ 221J.tSS

11100 SERVICBWID. ftAIISPCJRTA1'IOH ••••••••••••••.•••.••••• ~ • ~ • 35, '33 35,'33


11150 ADMINIS'l"RATICII •••••••••.••••••••..•.••••••• , •••••••••. 3',377 3',377
11800 BASS SUPP01t't., •• ~ ••••••••••••••••••.••.••••••••• ~ •.••• 18,991 25,991 -t',OOO

11850 P14.CILrrIJrS SUSTAIlflllEN"t'. RESTORATION' Ii. MODBIUIIZATIOK ••• 3.535 3,535


...---_ ...... _.... _............... _.... .. _-_ .................

11900 TOTAL,. ~ ACTIVI'I'r . 327,222 335,222 ..... 000


69

BUDGET COIMITTB£ r:HANGB FROM


RBQUZ8T IlECOIIIlB>1DIlI> RIlQllBtlT

12010 UNOBLIOA'l'BD BALAIICBS ' . -5. '00 -5, '00

12020 ~I"OORJtOSIOll' P'RCIGRAMS ••••••• 0 •••••••••••••••• 0 •••••• ',000 ...4,000

l;aOflO SWA eOll1'oPS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 0 •••••••••••••• ..500 -500

12300 'l"O'nIo. OPmtATIOR " Ilanr, KlRIRB: COR'8............... 3.406.65' 3,40400,4156 +33.800
70
The adjustments to the budget activities for Operation and Main­
tenance, Marine Corps are shown below:
(In thousands of doUars]
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
10050 Modular General Purpose Tent System (MGPTS) ......... 3,000
10050 Hydration on the Move System Basic'Chemical/Biologi­
cal .. 2,000
10050 Marine Corps U.S. Made Bayonets .. 5,000
10150 Depot Maintenance of Radar Systems . 5,000
10200 Training and Support Facilities .. 11,000
10250 Adobe Road Twentynine Palms .. 4,500
Budget Activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
11000 Training Support unjustified growth .. -3,000
11300 Marine Corps Junior ROTC Operating Costs . 500
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Service wide Activities:
11800 USMC COOP .. 8,000
Undistributed:
12010 Un-obligated Balance .. -5,700
12020 Anti-Corrosion Programs . 4,000
12040 Southwest Asia CONOPS Costs .. -500
DEPOT MAINTENANCE-RADARS
The Committee is aware of the continuing backlog of executable
but unfunded depot maintenance requirements for critical radar
systems. The Committee recommends an additional $5,000,000 in
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps only for depot level
maintenance of radar systems.
MARINE CORPS JUNIOR ROTC UNITS
The Committee recommends an additional $500,000 in Operation
and Maintenance, Marine Corps, only to increase the number of
Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) units.
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS SYSTEMS UPGRADES
The Committee directs that of the funds made available in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Marine Corps $3,000,000 be used only for
upgrades to the Marine Corps Logistics Systems.
MARINE CORPS TACTICAL SYSTEMS SUPPORT ACTIVITY (MCTSSA)
COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT ELEMENT
The Committee directs that of the funds made available in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Marine Corps $3,000,000 be used only for
Marine Corps Tactical Systems support Activity (MCTSSA) Combat
Service Support Element.
TRAINING AND SUPPORT FACILITIES
The Committee recommends an additional $11,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Marine Corps only for mission critical re­
quirements at the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Training Center,
Twentynine Palms.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation . $27,339,533,000
Fiscal )'ear 2004 budget request .. 27,793,931,000
CommIttee recommendation . 26,689,043,000
Change from budget request .. -1,104,888,000
71
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $26,689,043,000
for Operation and Maintenance, Air Force. The recommendation is
a decrease of $650,490,000 below the amount appropriated for fis­
cal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
._ The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
72
(DOLLARS Dl 'I'HOO'9ANDSI

12450 OPERATION AND M.UHTBRNfCB, AIR FORa::

12500 BUDG8T ACTIVITY 1: OPBRATIN'G FORCES

12550 AIR OPERATIOlfS


12600 PRIMJl.RY COMBAT I'ORCBS •••••••••••••..•..••••••••••••.•• +8,000

12650 PRIMARY COMBAT wIAPON9 •••••••••. _ 331,972 331.972

12700 COMBAT DlHANCBMSNT PORCBS •••.••••••.••••••••••.••••••• 332,062 33~,062

12750 AIR OPERATIONS 1'RAIHIKG.. ••••. •..•• .•••.• .••• . •••.•.•• 1, au, 900 -17,000

12775 DEPOT MAIN'l'&HAN'CB.................. . • • • • • . • • • • • • • • • • • • 1,817.063 1,817,313 +250

12800 COMBAT COJltMUNlCAI'IONS..................... •••••••••... 1,]50,589 1,350,589

12850 BASI SUPPORT •••••.••.••...•.•••.•.•.•.•••.•••••••••••. 2.260,913 3,260,913

12900 FACILITIBB SUSTAINMERT. RESTORATION & MOODJIIIZA1"lOH ••. '36,519 9·n,631 +9,112

12950 COMBAT REr.ATBD OPERATION'S


13000 GLOBAL e31 AND BARLY WARHINC •••••••.•••••••••••••••••• 916,608 976,60B

13050 NAVlGATION/HEA'I1mR SUPPORT ••••••••••••••••••••••••.••• 187, ~o~ IB7, ~O~

13100 OTHIR COMBIlT OP9 SUPPORT PROGRAMS ••••••••••••••••••••• 597,331 597.331

13150 JCS KURCISIS ••••••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••.••••.•.. 35,543 35,543

13200 MAlll1lQEMEN'l'/OPBRATI05AL BBADQUARTBRS ••••••••••••••••••• :1113,OBB 218,OBB +5,000

13:11S0 TAC'I'ICAI. l11T1L AND OniBR. SPBCIAL ACTIVITIB9 ••••••••••• ~23,946 223,90&6

UJOO SPACK QPKRATIONS


13JSO LAtJtI1CK FAC'ILITIBS ••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 331,B29 321,825lJ

13400 LAURCH VEHICLES ..••••.•.•••••••.••••...•...•••••.•.••• 67,232 67,232

134S0 SPACI COH'TROL SYSTIUIS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 242,294

13500 SATILLITI SYSTBMS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 57,0406

13550 01'HtrR SPAC'S OPBRATIOHS •••••••.•.••••••••••••••••••.••• 243.778 229,778 -140,000

13600 BASI SUPPORT •••..•..••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••••. 566,936 566,936

13650 i"ACILITISS SUSTAImmN'r, RESTORATIC»l & MODERNIZATION ••• 1408.408 14.8,408

13700 TOTAL, BUDaET ACTIVITY 1............................ 15,650,7$5 IS, 64~, 117

~~7S0 BUDGB"I' AC'1'rvI.'t'Y 2 I MODI:LIZAT:ION

13800 MOBILl"TY OPBRATIONS


13850 AIRLIFT OPERATIONS ••••••••••••• 2,167,958 2,167,95B

13900 AIRLIFT OPSRATIOllIS C3I ••••••••••••••••••••••.•.••••••• 36,758 36,7sa

13950 MOBILIZATIQIiI' PRBPARBDJlBS5I •••••••••••.••••••••••••.•.•• 172,134 172,134

1397S DBPOT tmrN'l'BNAN'CE ••.••••••••••••••.•••••.•.•••.••••••• 361,5~1 361,521

14050 BASB SUPPORT •.••.•••••••••.••....•.•....•..• , •.••••••• 5U,l~3

14100 PAClLITIIS SOSTAI1IMIJI'I', RB8TORATICIH " MODBRJIlli5ATI05 ••• ~OO. 836

14150 '1'O'I'~L, BunGB'r ACr.IVrrY 2 ••••......••••••••. " •••• ,. .


------------
3,453,330
------.-----
3,453,330
--------_ ...
73

10&200 BUDU&"J.' .AL-rlVI'rr 3; TlUUYDIQ AIm IltCRUnura

101250 ACCBSSION 'l'RAlJllWG


14:100 OFFICER ACQUISITION' •••. , •• , ••••••••.•••••••••••••••••• ",7S3 17.763

1.380 ftBCRtJrr TRAIlItJlQ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••..•• tS.l12 4,11:1

144.00 1tBS8R'VB otITICBR. "1'RAIlflW COOS (ROTC) ••••••••••••••••• 12,586 12,5"


1.4"50 BASB stJPPORT (ACADMIRS OMLY) ••••••••••••••••••••••••• 68.n, 68. ,eo
165(1) PAC SUSTAIl1MD'r, RlS'J'OIA.TIQR , MOt> {OP PORC'BtI •••••••• 75.337 15,331

14550 BASIC Sla'LLS AmI A!MUfCBD 'I'RADl:ntQ


14600 SPBCIALrzWD SKILL 'I'UlllltMCI •.••..•••.• , ••••.••.•.• , • , .• '2",0'7

1 ..1550 VLIGB'I' 'l'IlllIHlNO ••••••• , ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 675.113

14100 PROns8IIXAl, DnBLOPNBIIT ID~TI(Jl' .•••••••••••••••••.• 15". "8 151,911 -),000

141S0 'l'IlAIl!ItJlJG SUPPORT ••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••• , •••••••• ':I,'S2 '2, '52

14775 DBPOT MAlN'TBllAltCB ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••• 8,.'1 1,,161


14100 uaB SOPPORT (omEIl TRADJ11IIJ) .•••.•.•••••••••.•••••.•• 5211, "a: 52', "3
u.no PAC SUSTADIMEIn' j RBSTQP,TIOII" IfJD (OP roACBS) •••••••• 117,050 117.050

1000 IlBCRtJIUllla. »m OTHBR 'l'RAtNINIJ AIm BCOCAtIotI


loUSO RBCRUIl'IJIQ AKD AIJ"lRR'I'ISING . 150,7,"

15000 .BKAMl'Wl:NG . 3.103

15050 on D1lTY A&D VOUDITARY BDtJCATIOH••••• ' •••••••• ' . 114,240 11f.,2"0

15100 CIVI.LIAN BDtJe"-,.!QB MID '1"RA!IlZNG . 133,101 -7,000

15150 JTJNIOR ROTC . 4.3,413

15200 'fO'l'AL. BtJt'IaRI1' &CJ'!VZ'Tt' J •.•••.....•.••••• _.. •••• •••• 2,"7,730 2,&8",730 -10.000
74
(llOLLllRS III 'IllCUSANDS)

ar.aft
__
lXJtiIMr1"R:l
R ~
CK.UIGI: P20II
IlllQUEST

15260 HUDOBT ACTIVITY .. lADMIll''' SRRVICINIDB ACTxvtnU

15300 LOGISTICS OPBRATICIfS

15350 :LQCZBrICS OPBRA'1I0H8 .•••••• , •••••••••.•••••••••••••.


If5,075 970.075 +5.000

15400 'fBCHllIc:A:" SUPPOl''I' AC'rIVI'I'IBS .


409.3'2 411.392 +2,000

15.50 SBRVIC£WlDE TRAtlSJI01'X'A'1'ION ••••••• , ••••••••••••••• , • • •• 240,0'. 240.06.f,

15475 DBPOT' ICftIlJ'1'IIIANCB••••••••••••••••.••••••••••••••• , • •• • 130 1.10 130.t30

15500 BASH SUPPORT•••••••.•••••••••••••••.••••••••••••••••• , 1.082.612 1,082,612

15550 PACILITl!9 SUSTAIJINJ!m'. RESTOIA'l'lc. • MODERHlIATICIl... 241,207 241,207

1.5600 SIrRVICBWroB AC'1'tvrnBS


1.5650 ADMIBXSTRATION •••••.••••••• , •••••••••• , ••••••••••••••• 234,]70 23.,370

1.5700 SBRVICB1IlIDB COMMIDIIo'TIONS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 34.7,528 3t7,528

15750 PBRSOHNBL PROGRMB . 213. gOl 213.'01

15800 I.ll:SCUR MD RICO\'BR.V 9BRY'Jc:as , •••••••••••• 121,053 121,063

15900 ~S CONTROL •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 33,'40 33 .... 0

15950 0'1'BER. SUVICIWIDB AC!'IVITIBB . 679,117 '71,177

1'000 OTBU PBRSOIiIIEL 811PPORT . J4,"6 3.f, .. 'S5

1'050 CIVIL AI!t 'A'l'ROL COR.PORA.TIc:::M ••••••••.•.••••.•••••.•••• 21 •• 32 :31,432

J.6100 MSB SUPPOR't •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••. _ •• _••• , 21H~.1S0 300.500 +7.50

l.61!'0 J'AClLrr~ SUS'J.'AJHMBN". 'REl9'1'ORA'I'ICII .. Jl'JDlDUllIAn:OI1 ••• U.011 11,011

1&200 SZC'tmITY PROOltAMS


162.50 SSCUIl1'TY PROODMS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••. 101,lIt -6,500

16300 811PPOR'l' '!'O OTHBR . .nONS

16350 I9'1'DRATIOHAL SUPPORT •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• , ••• '


18,515

16400 'lCTA'L. ButXll'I' ACTIVI'1'Y S. gg;z,116 5.193.,)66 +1.250

J.ssoo 'J1fRDT RBPUSBlt"J"-T%OR MD VALxmat:ow (ft&V) ••.•••••••• 1..500 +1.500

1"20 INPORMATION ·M8URANCB Ita'nATIVE •.•••.•.•••••.•••.• , •• 1 J 500 +1.500

1'S30 UNOBI.IQPlTBD B1lLIIlI'CIS •••••• , •••••••••• , ••••••• , •••••••• -13,.500 "11,500


J.5700 BNA COHOP$ •••••• , ._ ••• , ••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••• -707,600 -707,600­
~6710 lDIO:RISTRATION Al!IO 8ERVIeKJDJ: ACTIVITIES •••••• , •.••.. -45,000 ..... 5.000

16720 MSI OPBRA'l'lOSS SU.POR'r . -300.000 -3eo/OOO


16730 CIVILlAH PAY OVIUlS'l'o\TBNIDI'I', ••••••••••• _ •••••• , . -31,400 "31.400

16140 DDIO PJlOonCD POrt COJI'l'JtAC"'1' BMPLOY'IIC fllU ../DISJUlIL 2.000 +2,000

16750 JODlT P.BRSOIUQ.L REtOVlRY AGDC'Y ••••••••••••••••••••• 4,000 +4.000 _

lC5760 POaIBILlTY S'1'O'DY 0' BIIIIRIIAL IR'l"KRtOl.TlCIIM. AIRSHOIf ••• 1,000 +1,000

16110 'tQTA'L, 0"', AIR PoRa ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 27,7J3,'31 '6".'85',043 -1,104,8'8


75
The adjustments to the budget activities for Operation and Main­
tenance, Air Force are shown below:
[In thoU88llds of dollars]
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
12600 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System . 1,000
12600 Hydration on the Move System BasiclChemicallBiologi­
cal .. 2,000
12600 F-16 Distributed Mission Training: Night Vision Gog­
gle Enhancement .. 5,000
12750 Air Operations Training efficiencies in contract sup­
port . -17,000
12775 Aircraft Defect Detection and Performance Manage­
ment Application .. 250
12900 Super Typhoon Pongsona Recovery .. 4,000
12900 Repair Airfield Pavement, Auxiliary Field, Columbus
AFB .. 3,500
12900 Sanitary Sewer System Repair, Phase 3 Columbus
AFB . 1,000
12900 Replace Fire Alarm System Base wide, Columbus AFB 612
13200 Management Support for Air Force Battle Labs .. 5,000
13550 Other Space Operations-limit growth in management
headquarters . -14,000
Budget Activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
14700 Professional Development Education unjustified
growth . -3,000
15100 Civilian Education and Training unjustified growth .. -7,000
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Service wide Activities:
15350 Logistics-Systems Management and Retrieval Tech­
nology (Ir-SMART) Information System .. 5,000
15400 Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center
(AFOTEC) IT Infrastructure and Training .. 2,000
16100 William Lehman Aviation Center . 750
16250 Security Programs .. -6,500
Undistributed:
16600 Threat Representation and Validation (TR&V) . 1,500
16620 Information Assurance Initiative for Air Force Materiel
Command .. 1,500
16630 Un-obligated Balance .. -13,500
16700 Southwest Asia CONOPS Costs .. -707,600
16.710 Administration and Service wide Activities .. -45,000
16720 Base Operations Support .. -300,000
16730 Civilian Pay Overstatement . -31,400
16740 Demonstration Projects for Contractors Employing
Persons with Disabilities . 2,000
16750 Joint Personnel Recovery Agency .. 4,000
16760 Feasibility Study of Biennia1 International Airshow . 1,000

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE


Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $14,707,506,000
Fiscal year 2004" budget request 16,570,847,000
Committee recommendation 16,124,455,000
Change from budget request - 446,392,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $16,124,455 for
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide. The recommendation is
an increase of $1,416,949;000 from the amount appropriated in fis­
cal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
76
tllOLIMlI III _ I

11000 BUDGB'l' ACTIVITY 11 OPBRATTIIG FORC'U


17015 0 JOINT CHIBPS OJ' STAFT •••••••••••.••••••••••••••••••••• -10,000

1.7100 SPBC1AY. OPJ:RATIOlQ'S t'OMJIlMfI) ••••••••••• ' ••••••.••••••••• 1.851,533 1,81540,&33

17150 Wl'AL. BUDGB'Z' ~ 1 •••• A ••••••• _ . . . . . . . . . . . ••••


2,271,""

1 '300 BUDGET ACTIVITY a J M08ILl:D.TItM


1'7250 DBPBHSE waISTICS MSNCY •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• .409, "1
17350 BtmGBT ACt":IVl'l'Y 31 tRAIHDIO 1IIID 'RBCR11t"rDfG
17)75 AMBlUCAN PQJlc&s IRFORJQ.TICif SRVICB ••••••••••••••••••• 14.005 140.005

17600 CLASSIFIBD P.~ .. 3,058 3,0158

17610 1)£rmJS:B ACQUtsrrIOII UNIV8RSt'IY ., • 101."5 .104,695 +3,000

1''''5 OIl'BRSB e:t::II"l1QlC'l' AlTiJ1T AGD'cr•••••••••••••• : •••••••••• 5.517 5,511

11.eQ DJlIIISB H1JIWI' RBSOUIleIIS AC'I'IVU'l' . .2.712 +7,500

17.'0 J)VBR$E S'lCURITY SERVla ••••..•.•••.•.• o • • _ ••••••••• o. 7.173


17510 D.D!ItfSB 'l'HRU.T REDOCTIc»I' AGDCY •..• 04 .
C. ''5" 4o.7K

17600 SPECIAL OPStlATIafS COJeIANC •••••••••••••••••••••• " ••••


'2.'''' n,Cd

17650 '\'OTAL. IlUIXJIft' lIC'rIVITY 3 , . 274,6'52

17700 B1DXJln' ACTIVITY 4o; ADNllf " 8BRVICDlIDR ACnvmlS


11125 AMERICAN J'ORCBS llIPOItMATIQN Sl'RVICB ••••••••••••••••••• lOS, 261 105,2111

17750 CIVIL :o4ILITARY PROGRAMS .•.••• , •..••••••••••••••••••.•• ",030 SIt, Ole

17'175 CtoaBBIFIED :PROQJU\JIIS •••••••••••••••• ~........... ••••••• 6.788.118 d,'SO.O.2' -ue.152


17BOO I)ID'BHSB C<JN'I'MCT AuDIT ltGD~.. .• • . • • • • • • • . • • . • • • • . •• • )59. all 3st.Oll
11825 D&:PENSB O»I'I'RAC'I'MADGEMBRT AGIlfCY'......... ••••• •••••• l,GOS,POB 1.00'. '01
17150 DBFBIlISB i"lIl.QiC3 um ACCOtDll'IRQ SIRVJCB •••••••••• '" ••• 1,15' 1,151

1787$ I)Rnrrn lItJM»l RBSOURCBS ACTIVt'l"! • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 276,802 2U,802

17900 DBnZrSB 18POR!U.nON SY'S"1'DIS MIlfCY •••••••••••••• 0".... 1.1.2','81' 1.072,771

17'25 DBFDtSB I..oCIGlSTICS MEHCY.... .••• ••• ••••••••• ••• ••••••• 25',713 2405,013

17950 DBPENSB IiBGAL E1RVtCBB AG'BI!iI'CY ••••••••••••••••••••••••• 17,757


77

BUDGET CCflUTTD CHA.NOE FROM

--­ -~ .... _-- -- ­ ~------ ---_.-._-- _. -_ .... --_ ...... _--- ..... _.. _-------­ - .... -- UQUBBT ---- .. -_.- ...... --­ -_REQ03ST

-- -.. -_ .... _-RBCaMBNDBD .. -. -_ ....


17975 DBPAll'I'IID7T 0" DBF2IIl'SB DIPDtDBN'l'S IEDOCkn(li1............. 1. '''.075

],8000 DEP'ERSE POW /MISSDlG PBRSQIfS O"'ICB . 15.800 15.800

18025 DBFDS& SBCDRrI'Y COOpllRATION MUlC'r•••••••••••.•.••••• ..,767 ·200,000

15050 :DEFUSE SBCUUTY SERVICE . 200, OS.. 187,554 -U,IOO

1807S DEP£lfSB THREal' ItBDC't"J'IaN' AGENCY ••••••••••• , . -1.056


18100 OJ7ICB (]I' BCONOMIC AD.3US'TMEH'l' " ••• 16,105 +.)1.500

18125 OPPICZ or TH2 SECRBTARY OF Dzn:NSE .••••••••••••••••••• 712,5'7 181,288 -131.:179

18150 SPBCIAL OPBRATICIl'S CQII!IlIAND ••••••••••••• ' •••••••••••••• 6'1.932 U,932


18200 ,jOIN! CHIEFS OJ" STAPF . 237.-4098 +3.000

183.35 WASHINGTON ~'J'ElIB SBRVICIS .. .fo05,500

18.250 DEPJ:]JSB 'l'BCHlfOLOOY SECURITY ADNI1fISTHATION: . .a0,3tli 20,39'

:18950 TarAL. BUOOS'I' ACTIVITY 4 ••••.•••••••••••••.••••••••• 13,t8S,13! 13.500,263 --40840.8t2

151010 IMPACT AID •••••••••••.••••••••• , •••..• , ••••••••••••••. +35.000

1"'80 TarAL. OPlDtlTIOR' , ",-nI'. DBnNeR-WIDE., •••• ,.,........ 16.570.847 16,1'24,455

78
The adjustments to the budget activities for Operation and Main­
tenance, Defense-Wide are shown below:
[In thousands of dollars]
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
17050 TJ8-Combating Terrorism Readiness Initiative Fund -10,000
17100 SOCOM-Hydration on the Move System Basic/Chem­
icallBiological , . +1,000
17100 SOCOM-Knowledge Superiority for Transitional
Warfighter Project (continuation only) .. +2,000
Budget Activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
17460 DAU-Distance Learning and Performance . +3,000
17480 DlIRA-Joint Advertising Market Research and Stud­
ies Program .. +7,500
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Servicewide Activities:
17775 Classified Programs . -138,152
17900 DISA-8outhwest Asia CONOPS . -57,105
17925 DLA-Defense Policy Analysis Office .. -15,700
17925 DLA-Theater Support Center Feasibility Study . +1,000
17975 DODEA-Jason Foundation .. +800
17975 DODEA-I-Safe .. +1,500
17975 DODEA-Lewis Center for Educational Research .. +3,500
17975 DODEA-Family Advocacy Program .. +26,600
17975 DODEA-Technology Training in Military Schools . +500
17975 DODEA-Professional Develo{lment Project for
DODEA (only for improving instructIon for students with
Dyslexia) . +2,500
18025 DSCA-Counter Train and Equip .. -200,000
18050 DSS-Program Justification . -12,500
18075 DTRA-80uthwest Asia CONOPS .. -1,056
18100 OEA-George AFB . +4,000
18100 OEA-Norton AFB . +4,000
18100 OEA-Bayonne Military Ocean Terminal .. +6,000
18100 OEA-Cecil Field . +2,500
18100 OEA-Charles Melvin Price Support Center . +1,000
18100 OEA-CCAT . +9,000
18100 OEA-March Joint Powers Authority-Arnold Heights
Reuse Project .. +2,000
18100 OEA-Hunters Point Naval Shipyard .. +3,000
18125 OSO-Public Affairs . -23,000
18125 OSO-Information Support to SOILIC .. -13,000
18125 OSO-Net Assessment .. -11,000
18125 OSD-Office of Force Transformation .. -1,200
18125 OSD-OSD Contract and Support .. -25,000
18125 OSO-PA&E Long Range Planning .. -2,579
18125 OSO-Base Information System . -10,000
18125 OSD--C4I Program Growth . -30,000
18125 OSO-AT&L Program Growth . -30,000
18125 OSO-Middle East Regional Security Program . +2,000
18125 OSD-8tudy on Internet and Wireless Technology . +3,000
18125 OSD-Arctic Military Environmental Cooperation Pro­
gram . +5,000
18125 OSD--Command Information Superiority Architec­
tures . +1,500
18125 OSO-Export Control Information to Foreign Coun­
tries .. +2,000
18125 OSO-Young ,Patriots Program (National Flag Founda­
tion to expand the Young Patriots Program to include a
video which promotes the significance of National Patriotic
Holidays) . +1,000
18200 TJS-NDU XXI . +3,000
Undistributed:
19010 Impact Aid .. +35,000
79
COUNTER TRAIN AND EQUIP PROGRAM
The budget request for the Defense Security and Cooperation
Agency (DSCA) included $200,000,000 for a program that would
allow the Department of Defense to provide time sensitive military
support to cooperating nations that are assisting U.S. military op­
erations in connection with the Global War on Terrorism. The as­
- sistance could include equipment, supplies, services, and funding
and would require the concurrence of the Secretary of State. The
Committee recommends a decrease of $200,000,000 in DSCA for
this purpose. The Committee observes that neither the House or
Senate authorized these funds in their respective fiscal year 2004
National Defense Authorization bills. The Committee believes that
assistance of the type requested here should more appropriately be
provided through the regular foreign assistance accounts. The Com­
mittee notes that, for emergent requirements to support coopera­
tive activities with foreign nations in combating global terrorism,
the Department has existing authorities that it can utilize, such as
sections 2341 and 2342 of title 10, United States Code.
FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM
Unfortunately, domestic violence occurs within all groups and
levels of our society. Military life, however, presents families and
support networks with particular challenges not normally found in
'everyday' society. Indeed, the stress of military life and the chal­
lenges military families face are most prevalent during and fol­
lowing extended periods of combat, periods in these families lives
characterized by continual fears of losing a loved one and the anx­
iety of separation. Concerned that the Department of Defense have
sufficient funds to address the potential for increased domestic vio­
lence following the recent military operations in Afghanistan and
Iraq, the Committee agrees to provide an additional $26,600,000
for the Department's Family Advocacy Program. These funds shall
be used to enhance the victim advocate program, and provide addi­
tional family counseling and shelter services.
The Committee also is concerned about the lack of formal pro­
grams designed to re-engage our military personnel with society
following wartime missions. A carefully constructed set of programs
is needed to ensure the successful assimilation of military members
back into family life following long periods of separation. Though
the Committee remains concerned about the rash of domestic vio­
lence committed by U.S. Army personnel following Operation En­
during Freedom, it applauds the dedication of the service in its
pursuit of implementing the Army Post Deployment Cycle Support
Plan. The Committee strongly encourages the Army to implement
this program across the service. The Committee directs the Sec­
retary of the Army to provide a report to the Committees on Appro­
priatIons on the status of the Army's efforts to adopt the Post-De­
ployment program service-wide. This report should be submitted
not later than November 15th of this calendar year. The Com­
mittee also encourages the other services to develop formal Post
Deployment programs, and directs the Navy, Marine Corps, and
Air Force to report on their efforts to the Committee by the date
noted above.
80
GEORGE AFB
The Committee recommends an additional $4,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide only for ongoing water dis­
tribution and other infrastructure improvements at the former
George AFB.
NORTON AFB
The Committee recommends an additional $4,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide only for ongoing hangar re­
pair, electrical supply delivery, tower improvements and contami­
nated water supply treatment at the former Norton AFB.
LEWIS CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
The Committee has included an additional $3,500,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide for the Lewis Center for
Educational Research for staffing, curriculum development, re­
search, coordination and logistical support to enhance DoD teacher
training.
COUNTRY STUDY SERIES
The Committee directs that of the amounts made available under
the heading Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide, $2,500,000
shall be used only to extend the interagency agreement between
the Librarian of Congress and the Department of Defense to
produce a revised set of the Country Study Series for use by the
Department of Defense and the general public, and to update this
series on an ongoing basis.
CCAT
The Committee recommends an additional $9,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide only for technology and re­
lated economic/community adjustment activities to continue the es­
tablishment and implementation of the Connecticut Consortium for
Aviation Technology.
BLACK AMERICANS IN DEFENSE OF OUR NATION
Of the amounts made available under the heading Operation and
Maintenance, Defense-Wide, $250,000 shall be made available only
to update the Department of Defense publication "Black Americans
in Defense of.Our Nation".
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $1,970,,180,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 1,952,009,000
Committee recommendation 2,031,309,000
Change from budget request +79,300,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,031,309,000
for Operation and maintenance, Army Reserve. The recommenda­
tion is an increase of $61,129,000 above the $1,907,180,000 appro­
priated for fiscal year 2003.
81
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
82

i.DOLLARS :m TIIotnWmS)

BUDGB1' COMMITTBI CHARCB PRCM


aBQuBsr uc:c.mNDI:C RSQUBS't'

19500 OPBAATION AND MAIH"l"DAHCE, ARMY RESIRVE

1iI510 BIJDGB'l' AC'I'Iv:ITt 11 OPSRATDJO POReES

JJ520 lARD FORCIS


IJS:JO DIVISION roRCBS •••••..••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••••• 14.791 14,791

llfSoIO CORl'S COMBAT PORCBS ••••••••••••••••••• , ••••••••••••••• 35,798 35,79a

19550 c:oRPS SUPJ1'OR'1" J'ORCBS ••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••••• 309."62 309, "62

1956'0 ECHBLCII ADOVI CORPS roRCI!S .••••••••••••••.••••••••••• , 135,342 135,342

195'0 LUID FORces OP!RATIOlIS SUPPORT •••••••.••••••••.•. 4'7,0'7 ",7,Oll7

Ufii30 L1IND I'ORCBS RDDDGSS


uuo PORCBS ~IRBBS OPIlRATIQBS SUPPORT •.•.••••••••••••••• 122,020 122.020

:19650 !.;uu) FORCBS SYSTBM RBADmKSS •••••••••••••••••••••••••• S9,U6 S~.8"6'

J.9660 DI'P<1l' MAXNTDlABCIl: ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 62.~47 62,94'

nC570 INn) FORCIS RBADINdS /itJPPOR'r


19680 :BASB SUPPORT ••••••.••.•.••.••••••••••..•••••••••••...• 323,593 417.392 +9:3, aoo

:19'''0 rACIioITIBS 8V9TADIMBW'1". RBBf01Ul,T%CIf " M:mERRIDTIOIi ••• 182,0"751' 182.079

19700 AnnlnQNJ.L ACTIVI'l"IBS ••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••• 3.6"72 3,672

--~------_ .. - --------.- ... ---- ......... __ .

19'00 TOTAL, BUDGB'l' ACTI\i'Xn 1 •••••••• ~ •••••• , •••••••••••• 1,7115,646 1,810,"46 +93,800

1.ttso B'ODCml' ACTIVITY ,,: AllUM 5. 8B1.VXC'IWID. ACT:r:VITlBS

1994>0 I\I)M!Jl"IS'f'RA,T1.CU 2\ND IlD.VlCEWIDR ACT7V7TIZS


J.lf980 1lbMINIS'l'RJt.TIOW ..•.•.... _ .•...•.••••...•.•••••••••.•••. 47,7:14 "',714
19~9:·0 S.lRVXCBWIDB C<»IMOJIICJ\TICIIS •.•••••• , •••••••••• ,., •••••. 37,162 37,S6.2

20000 PBRSOIlNBL/PIHAI1CIAI,. ADKm tDIrPCMBR MQ'l') •••••••••••••• "7,09.2 ·n,092

20010 RECRUI7DJC AND ADVBR.TISI:NG •.•••••••••.•••••••••.••••.. 10:2.'95 102,695

2007S TOTAL, BUDQa'T ACTt.VrrY " •.•••••••••••••••••••••••••.

:20180 ALL TBRJUUIf MI:LITNlT tJ"!'ILlTT VRHIc:LBS •••• , •••••••••••. ",SOO +4,500

20190 MILITARY TBCHN:CIM8 COST AV01CARCI ••••••••••.•••••••. -23,000 -23,000

20;;100 CCIrt'ROLLBD S"OM:DtTY PRO'I'BC'!'It;'I; •••••••••••• , ••••••••••• 4,OOC +4,000

30700 'l'O'1'AL, OPERAT,tON AND MUH':.'IDI1IIICB, AKMY RBS'ERV1l...... l,tS2,OOll 2,031,309 +7~,300
83
The adjustments to the budget activities for Operation and main­
tenance, Army Reserve are shown below:
[In tholl88!lds of dollars]
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
19680 Base Support/Unfunded Requirements . 93,800
Other Adjustments:
20180 All Terrain Military Utility Vehicles .. 4,500
20190 Military Technicians Cost Avoidance .. -23,000
20200 Controlled Humidity Protection .. 4,000
CONTROLLED HUMIDITY PROTECTION
The Committee recommends $4,000,000 above the budget request
for the implementation of the Controlled Humidity Protection pro­
gram for critical equipment storage. Of the funds provided,
$3,000,000 is only for the U.S. Army Reserve 99th Regional Sup­
port Command.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $1,236,809,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 1,171,921,000
Committee recommendation 1,171,921,000
Change from budget request .. .
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,171,921,000
for Operation and maintenance, Navy Reserve. The recommenda­
tion is a decrease of $64,888,000 below the $1,236,809,000 appro­
priated for fiscal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
84

(IlOLLlIJlS nr '1'IIOU/l...,81

BUIXlIT a:HCI'I'1'D alANGB PRCM


UQU&ST Uc:<8IaDBD UQOIst

:zoeso OPDATICN AND IVLIN'l'IHU1CE, IfAVY RISBRVB

20900 BtID021' ACTIVI'l"Y 1. OPIRA'rDJG rOllCBS

20'50 QSER.VB lIR OPBRA'nCNSI


21000 MISSION AHD OTKBR P'LIGR'l' 01l£RATI01fS ••••••••••••••••.•. U7,7.3

:l1100 IlfTBRMII:DLATB MAIJrI'B:KAHCE ••••••••••••••••.••••••••••••• te.4" U,Uil

21150 AlR OPERATUlI DtI SAnTY SUI'PORT •••••••••••••••••••••. 2.155 2,U5

~l"OO AIRCRAP'r DBPOT MAlftDMCB ••••••••••••••.••••••••••••• 1]8,135 138.135

21250 AlRCRAF!' DIPOT OPS SUPPORT•••••••••••••..••••••••••.•• 3<2 >S2

21400 RBSKRV:B SHIP OhRATICIIS


21650 H1SSIOIl AND OTHIR SHIP OPfnUlTtOH'S ••••••••••••••••••••• 67.211 67.211

21500 SHIP OPBRATIONAL SuPPORT AHD T'RAnl'INQ ••••••••••••••••• 537 537

21CiOO SII'IP DEPOT MAIJ"1'BIIAH'C& •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 83.577 83.577

216:50 SlITJl' DBPOT OPB1Ul.nCll8 SUPPORt ••••••••••••••••••••••••• ) ....0 3 ....0

21700 RBSBRVE COMBAr OP!IRATIOMS SUPPORT


21800 CC»IIBAT S»PoRT POIlCBS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 65.34.7 65.347

2USO RISBRW WUJIORS SUPPOiT


:z1000 NEAPOlfS MlNTDJUlCIl:. •••••••••• , •.•..•••••••••••••••••• I.S'"

22020 BASI SUPPORT


22030 I'ACIloITIBS stJS'TAIl:IMIRT, RBSTOUT1:OH' , MObBRNlZA'I'tOll ••• n.S121

:22040 BASH SUPPORT ••••••••••.•.•••••••••••.••••••••••••••••• 131,109

:22090 TO'I'JU,. IIUDOBT AC!'tVITY 1 .•.•••.•.•••••.•••••.•.••••.

:2:z1 00 BUDGB"r ACTrVIn 4 I APHIN & SBRYICBUDB ACTIVITIBS

22150 AOMnlI8TRATIOM MD SBRVIC&WIDlI AC"l'IVITIB!I


22200 ADMIllIS1'RATIOM .•••••.••••••••••• , •••••••••.••••.•••••• 12.16'0 12,560

22250 ClVILtAH ~ Ii PDSCIIIIEL ••••••••••••••••• " •••••• 2.26' 2.2n


22300 "~"1UY ~ .& PDSOlDfBI" ••••••••••••••••••••••••• 36',27' U,271

22350 SElRVJCiWIDB CQttKJHtCA'I'IONs ••••.••••••••• ' •••••••••.••• 120.733 120,133

22400 C<I'IBAT~ BYSTM •••••.•••••.•.•••••••••.•••••••••

22450 O'I'IIXR SERVIcnIDS SUpPOR.'!' •••••••••.••.••.•••••••.•.•••


5.665

85' ...
5.665

22«00 TO'fAL. 8UDQB'r AC'IIVIT!' 4 ••••••••.••••••••••••.••••.• 178,357 178,357

23150 TOTAL, OPDATIOR & MillIN, tavY RBRRw. .••••••.•••••• l.U1,921 1.171,'21
85
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS RESERVE
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $187,532,000
Fiscal >,ear 2004 budget request 173,952,000
Cornnnttee recommendation 173,952,000
Change from budget request .. ..
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $173,952,000 for
_ Operation and maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve. The rec­
ommendation is a decrease of $13,580,000 below the $187,532,000
appropriated for fiscal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
86

DUDGBT COM4I'M'BE CHAHQI FROM


RBQUBST R&C'ClIIMB:NDKD RBtlUBST

2]300 OPBAATIOII »nJ MI~CE. ICC U9BIWI

23350 BODGBT AC'I'IVIn' 1; OPDA'l'IRG POaCSS

23400 MISB10N I'ORcas


2]450 OPERATING PORCBS ••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 11.261
23!500 DI!I:PO't ICA.twTDD'l'fO •••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 10,231 :'0,231
235S0 IlABB SUPPORT •••••• , •••••••••••••••.••••••••••••••••••• 31,'21 33,521

21600 TRAIBINO SVPI/'OR'i' •••••••••••••••••• , . 25,9053 25,9oS3


::Z)Cl'50 PACILITXSS SOS"rA'INM:!IIrr. ltBSTOUT'IOlI Ii f'lI:lDI:IUnZATIOlI' ••• 8,770 8,'1'70

23700 TOTAL, BUDGI'r ACTlvrrY 1 ••••••••••.•••.••••••••••••• 13',836


23750 BtJDGIT ACTIVITY 4 J ADMIH , 8BR9ICBWIDB M:TIVl'J'!'BB

23800 ADMIBI9TAA.TIOM AIm SBRVICSWIDI AeTrVrrXRS


::13850 SPBC:AL SOPPOR'l' ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• &,956

23900 SERV:CBNIDB t'RANSPORTATION ••••.•••..•••••••••••••••••• 57. 578


23'50 ADMtIll:BTRA.TIOO ••••••••••••••••••••• " ••••••••••••••••• 9,721 ',721
2.·000 BAS. SUPP01lT ••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••• 6/701 ',701.

240.50 RECRu::IT1NG AND ADVBRT1SDO •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• .,160 8.110

24100 TO':'AL, BUDaB'l' At'TIVI'l"Y 4 ••••.•.••••••••••..••••••••• 14,116 340,116

24600 TOTAL, 0l.M. HJUlbfB CORPS RBSIRVI!: •••••••••••• , ••••••• 173,9052


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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE


Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $2,163,104,000
Fiscal rear 2004 budget request 2,179,188,000
Comnuttee recommendation 2,144,188,000
Change from budget request - 35,000,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,144,188,000
. _ for Operation and maintenance, Air Force Reserve. The rec­
ommendation is a decrease of $18,916,000 below the $2,163,104,000
appropriated for fiscal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
88
(DOLLARS D1 'IHOUSMDS)

SutJQBT COMKI'I"%'BI CHAl!IQI PROH

RIllIIJBST RICXlIOlBIIIDBD • RIQUIS'I'

24750 OPDAT[ON AND laX1l1'lNANCB, ' " RBBBKVB

24800 BUDGB'l' ACTIVIT'll: OPBRJlTINO I'ORCIS

248.50 AIR OPERATIONS


24900 PRIJUlIJtY <XIMBAT .OB.CIS ",'...................... 1,311,819 1,351,819

24'50 MISS 1011 SUPPeR!' OPBllA'lI0R9 0.... ".OS8 n.ose


24910 DIPO'l' JiI:A:r.N"1'BRI: ••••••••••••••• ,....................... S19.109 311,109

25000 BAb SUPPORT •••••.••••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••• _ '1,783 61.783

2'050 I'ACILITIIS SU8TAIUM21IIT. RIS'rORA'lIOH , JIODIRNIZATIar... 272,603 212.603

25150 TOTJU.. BUDGB'r ACTIVITY 1 ••• 0.. 2,07.,372 2,014.J72

25:300 BO::lGE'l' AC'!'IVJ:TY 4 r .ADMm , SBRVICBIttDB AC'I'I'VI'J'IBS

25250 ADMINISTRATION Allm SERVICDltDB AeT'IVtTIBS


:35300 ADMtHI·S'I"RA'I'ION •.• " •••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••• st,ne St,138
25350 MIlIITJUlY MAIfIlOWBR AND PlRsommL JCI1QGDCBIIT . 2 ... ;:53

25.00 R1K:KOUl1lIG AHD ADVBR1"ISIBG . 14.162

25.50 O'J'KBR l'BRSClNH1IL SUPPORT . ',642

25500 AUDIOVISUAL••••.••••••.••••••••••••••••••.••••• _ •.•••• u, u,


25530 TOTAL, D'DDGI'r AC'!'lVl"J"Y 4 ••.•••• " ••• , •••••.••••• '" .. 104,816 104,816

25660 MILITARY 'l'BCIQttCI1&IIIS COST AVDlDUI:B •••••• , . -35,000

;:,'SO ':'OTAL, 06M, R.IR FeRCH RI:BJlRVB..... ••••••••.•• ••••••• ~,179.188 3,144,188 ~35.000
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The adjustment to the budget activities for Operation ·and main­
tenance, Air Force Reserve is shown below:
(In thousands of dollars]
Other Adjustments:
25660 Military Technicians Cost Avoidance . -35,000
AERIAL SPRAY SYSTEM
The Committee recommends $1,000,000 from funds available for
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve only for Aerial
Spray System modifications for the Youngstown, Ohio Air Station.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $4,261,707,000
Fiscal >:ear 2004 budget request 4,211,331,000
CommIttee recommendation 4,325,231,000
Change from budget request +113,900,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $4,325,231,000
for Operation and maintenance, Army National Guard. The rec­
ommendation is an increase of $63,524,000 above the
$4,261,7{)7,000 appropriated for fiscal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
90
(DOI.LAaS III 'l'HOUSAIIDS)

BUDOI'I' COIeIIrTIIl CHANQI JRCII

UQtmST RBCCMnIYDBD R!lQOIn

26:1.20 BUIXiiT ACTlVt'l'Y 1 t OPERAT:I~ FOaCBS

26UO LMP' PoRCES


26180 DIVISIONS .•••.•••••••.•.•.•••••••••••.• , •.••••••••••.• Ug,7" '''.748

26.300 CORPS CXJMBA'1' POROS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 6n,2,3 651,273

26220 CORPS S1JPI'QIt'I' 'P'ORCBB •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 343.180 3&3,180

26240 8CE1Bt&OR ABOVE CORPS FOaCZS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 153.19J 563.199

2G2GO LAlm PORC!B8 OPIilRATtOHS SuPPORT •••••••••••••••••••••••• 21. ' l ) :23,1113

26280 1lAND PoRcBS RBADIUBSS


215320 fORO RBADINU8 OPBRATICIIS SUPPORT••••••••••••••••••• • U8,On 128,0'6

26).0 LAJID FORCBS STS'I'I:MS RBADINESS ••••••• _ ••••••••••••••••• 10'.760 105,"0

26350 t.1dlD FORCES D:BPOT MAIN'nIHlNCK ••••••••••.•••••••••••••• 1'4,1119 194,149

26370 LUID J'ORCaS RUDINISS SDWOR1'


2'420 BAaB OPBRA'l'IOHS SUP5'ORT ••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••• 448,16'7 518.467 +70,300

3'0.224: 380,226

3'460 MPUlJAGBlIf!JIT " OPBRATIOHAL HRADOtaR'TBRS ••••••••••••••••• 398.01'7 398,017

26480 MISCBLLANBOUS ACTIVl''rI:m •.•••••••.•••••..•••••••••••.. 42.175 42,175

26S80 TO'!"AlI, J!lim~T At:!'tIVI.TY 1... .••• ••• ••••••••• .••• ••••• 3.'4',.43 4.018.643 +71, tOO

26600 atroGET ACTrVITY 4 I M»fIR' " SERVlCBWIDB AC'I'IVITIBS

2641:20 AnMIRZSTRATXCIf A!lI'tl SBRVlCIIWIIUI AC'1"1Vl'TXBS


266'0 STAPP MII.H1'.GIIMENT •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 102,752 102,75.2

2641:80 INPORMATlaR JGUtMBMRRT •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•• 13,529

.::16'20 PIltSCInIEL lUlMIIlISTRATIOR ••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 51.667

26740 RBCRtrITIIlIO ARD AD\l'BR'%'ISIWQ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••.• J6,540

2'760 TOTAL. BtJDG!'1' ACTIVI'rY ••••••••••••••.••• , •••••••••• 264,488

2S120 ANGEL aA'1'B ACADIMY .•••••••••••••••••• _•••••••••••••••• 4,000 ....... 000

26830 NATrCJIII.t. BlllROUCY AIm DISAS1"IR XNIORIQ'J'IOII CIIft'IR ••.• i,OOO +3,000

25190 .toXlIT T1QIBlHG .Mtl SXl"BRI~TlOIiI' PR.OG1tAN•••••••••••• 5.000 +5,000


.269.0 KURAL ACCESS '1'0 BROADBAND TlICHJI)L()QY •••••••••.•••••••• 4.000 +4,000

26"0 lIA'rlQUU, <JlIAREl GLOBAL ~IOX PROJBCT •••••••••••••• _ SOO .500

27010 tNPORNATIOH ASSUllAlllCB •••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2,000 +2.000

27057 8& RBGIOIfJU> TlRROR!SM 'l'RAIIItRG ••••.••••••••••••••••••. 6.800 ...6,800

;17080 SUSTAnf MIJ..ITJ!.aY TBCBHICIABS GIlONTH •.•••.••••••••••••• 1'.000 +16/000

270'0 1lJ.'l'IOMAL RBSPOIfSI C8lf'1"IR MMD PACILI'l'Y ••••••••••••••••• 3,000 t3,000

2'7100 AtN mcRGDlCY MBDtCAL 1tBS~1 'l'RA.1JiIlrICI PR<XJRM. ••••••• 3,000 ... 3,000

2'1:1.10 ROfIIBLAIID OPED.1'Ieau.L PLANNn1G SYSftM ••••••••••.••••••• 4,000 ...4,000

27::.20 HA'JIIORAL GUARD MlJLTJIIIBDtA SBC'URITY TBObIOLOOY •••••.••. 3, 000 t3,000

27130 :mtr'ORMATIOH 'l'ICHIrOLOCY LBO_UHIP PR03JWII ••••••• , ••••• 2.,000 "'~fOOO

271<0 1lDVllIICIlI> DIPOIIIIA'rIOII 't'IQIHOLOClY SllRVICBS (AI1'SI ••••••• ?,OOO +',000

271.0 IlDAIIllAIlLIl loIClIIT AIR J«l8ILIT'( SImII'IlU (RIMSI •••••.•• 1,500 +1,500
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(DOLLUB %If 1'HOO8MlDS)

21110 GAS CJIIlQIIUL1'DGRAPH - MASS BP8t'T'RDMB'1'ERS •••••••••••••••• 300 .300

27170 DOMIll'1'IC BMBROIIIIl:Y """ ~ S T 1l8Sl'CIIllB DIJORIlAnClll 2,000 +2,000

21180 NORTHEAST COUNTBR...DRIXI TRA:rNnIQ CENTBR •••••••••••••••• 5,000 +6.000


27110 INT&GRATED PBRQBNCY OPBRA'UONS CDlTKK ••••• , •••••••••• ',000 +.. ,OOD
2,aoo 1IEA1'01!IS OF I4ASB OBS7R\I'CTIOM ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2~OOO 'f':l.OOO

21310 MILITARY TRCHNtetMt O'ST AVOIDJIlK'8 •••••.•••••••••• '•••. -39,000 -39,000

27320 CONSTROC'I'IOIl' 't'IUUfSI.'J'zQN PROORAM •••••••••••••••••• " :3.000 +:3',000

'21350 TOtAL. 0'- M. AJUri lIATION'AL CIUAllD..... ••••••• ••••••• ",211.331 +113,900
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The adjustments to the budget activities for Operation and main­
tenance, Army National Guard are shown below:
[In thousands of do1lars]
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
26260 Land Forces Operations SupportlMilitary Vehicle Tires 1,500
26420 Base Operations Support/Unfunded Requirements . 70,300
Other Adjustments:
.- 26820 Angel Gate Academy . 4,000
26830 National Emergency and Disaster Information Center 3,000
26890 Joint Training and Experimentation Program . 5,000
26940 Rural Access to Broadband Technology .. 4,000
26970 National Guard Global Education Project . 500
27010 Information Assurance . 2,000
27057 Southeast Regional Terrorism Training .. 6,800
27080 Sustain Military Technicians Growth .. 16,000
27090 National Response Center WMD Facility .. 3,000
27100 Advanced Emergency Medical Response Training Pro­
gram .. 3,000
27110 Homeland Operational Planning System . 4,000
27120 National Guard Multimedia Security Technology .. 3,000
27130 Information Technology Leadership Program .. 2,000
27140 Advanced Information Technology Services (AITS) .. 7,000
27150 Expandable Light Air Mobility Shelters (ELAMS) .. 1,500
27160 Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometers . 300
27170 Domestic Emergency and Terrorist Response Informa­
tion Center . 2,000
27180 Northeast Counter-Drug Training Center . 6,000
27190 Integrated EmergencY Operations Center . 4,000
27200 Weapons of Mass Destruction Education and Training 2,000
27310 Military Technician Cost Avoidance .. -39,000
27320 Construction Transition Program .. 2,000
JOINT TRAINING AND EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM
The Committee recommends an increase of $5,000,000 above the
budget request only for the Joint Training and Experimentation
Program to expand the existing program with the California Na­
tional Guard.
GAS CHROMATOGRAPH MASS SPECTROMETER
The Committee recommends an increase of $300,000 above the
budget request only for the procurement of improved ruggedized
portable gas chromatograph mass spectrometer for use with the
Florida National Guard Civil Support Team.
ANGEL GATE ACADEMY
The Committee recommends an increase of $4,000,000 above the
budget request for the Angel Gate Academy to continue, and ex­
pand statewide, the program with the California National Guard
for at-risk youth.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $4,117,585,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 4,402,646,000
Committee recommendation 4,424,046,000
Change from budget request +21,400,000
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $4,424,046,000
for Operation and maintenance, Air National Guard. The rec­
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ommendation is an increase of $306,461,000 above the
$4,117,585,000 appropriated for fiscal year 2003.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing program in fiscal year 2004:
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(DOLLARS %11 THOUSANDS)

BUIX;ET CCHlrrru CIANGB 'FROM


UQIl8ST UCOMMllIll)BD IlllQlJllST

27500 OPIRATION' " MMW'J'EIWlCE. AIR NATIOlrAL GUARD

27550 BUDGET A..-rIVITY 1: OPDATIN'G FORces

:27600 AIR OPBRATIONS


27650 AIRCRAFT OPKRArIONB •••••.•••...••.••••••••• a,142,§31

~7700 M:1SBtON I5lUPPOR'l' O~ION9 ••.••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3:U.J79 33B.4" +1,500

:27750 BASB SUPPORT •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 410,5;;17 477,S;it7 ...66, too


2?800 P'ACILITIBS SUSTAIHMmrl'. RE9"1'ORATION &. tl)DBRBIZATION' ••. lS4.,798 156,798 +:3,000

27850 DBPOT JO.JN'l'RNA!iCE •.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 621,060 621,060

2'7900 TOTAL. BUDGET ACTIVITY 1........ ••••••••• .••.••••• •. 4, ]66, 395 +70,400

27950 BUDGRT .J.CTIVI'l'Y .. : ADMIN &. SERVICRN'IDE AC'l'IVITIBS


28000 SZRVIeBnDB ACTIVITIES
28050 ADMIKISTRATION •.••..••...••••••.••••••••.••••••••••.•• 26,547 26,547

28100 RECRUITING AND ADVBR.1'ISIYO .•••..•.•••.•.•.•. 9.704 9.704

~al10 'l'O'l'AL, BtJ'OCtrI' ACTtVITY ••••••.•••••.•••.•. 36,251 36,291

1,000 +l,OOO

28:190 MILITARY TBCHNIC;IAHS COST AVOIIWICB -53,000 -53,000

:38310 IT CONSOI.IDATION ••.•.••••••••••.••.••••••••••••••••••• 3,000 +3, 000

28550 TC7rAL, O&M, AI~ .;rIOHAL OWUED...................... 4,402,646 +2J,400

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The adjustments to the budget activities for Operation and main­

tenance, Air National Guard are shown below:


[In thousando of dollars]
Budget Activit;y 1: Operating Forces:
27700 MIssion Support Operations/Surveying Systems . 1,500
27750 Base SupportlUnfunded Requirements .. 66,900
27800 Facilities Sustainment, Restoration and Moderniza­
tionlRickenbacker ANG Base .. 2,000
Other Adjustments:
28160 National Guard State Partnership Program . 1,000
28290 Military Technicians Cost Avoidance . -53,000
28310 IT Consolidation .. 3,000
JEFFERSON PROVING GROUND
The Committee directs the Department of the Air Force to allow
the Indiana Air National Guard the immediate use of the 50-acre
laser bombing range located at Jefferson Proving Ground in south­
eastern Indiana.
OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS TRANSFER FUND
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $5,000,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 50,000,000
Committee recommendation 5,000,000
Change from budget request - 45,000,000
The Committee has fully funded the Administration's request for
support of ongoing DoD operations in Bosnia and Kosovo. These op­
erations are no longer contingency events, and such continuing op­
erations have been funded in the regular appropriations accounts
lines as requested by the Administration. As these operations are
now accounted for in the budget development process, contingency
funds are not needed and the Committee has reallocated
$45,000,000 from the Overseas Contingency Operations Fund to
more urgent priorities.
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE ARMED
FORCES
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $9,614,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 10,333,000
Committee recommendation 10,333,000
Change from budget request .. ..
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,333,000 for
the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. The rec­
ommendatioq is an increase of $719,000 from the amount appro­
priated in fiscal year 2003.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, ARMY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $395,900,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request ~............... 396,018,000
Committee recommendation 396,018,000
Change from budget request .. ..
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $396,018,000 for
Environmental Restoration, Army. The recommendation is an in­
crease of $118,000 from the amount appropriated in fiscal year
~ro. .
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ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, NAVY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $256,948,000
Fiscal r.ear 2004 builget request 256,153,000
COlIl1Illttee recommendation 256,153,000
Change from budget request . ..
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $256,153,000 for
Environmental Restoration, Navy. The recommendation is a de­
crease of $795,000 from the amount appropriated in fiscal year
2003.
ISLAND OF VIEQUES
The Committee expects the Navy to provide sufficient levels of
funding to meet the Navy's commitment to undertake environ­
mental remediation on the island of Vieques.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, AIR FORCE
F!scal year 2003 appropriation $389,773,000
FIScal r.ear 2004 budget request '..................... 384,307,000
CommIttee recommendation 384,307,000
Change from budget request .. .
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $384,307,000 for
Environmental Restoration, Air Force. The recommendation is a
decrease of $5,466,000 from the amount appropriated in fiscal year
2003.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, DEFENSE-WIDE
Fiscal year 2003 apEropriation $23,498,000
Fiscal r.ear 2004 bUdget request 24,081,000
CommIttee recommendation 24,081,000
Change from budget request .. ..
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $24,081,000 for
Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide. The recommendation is
an increase of $583,000 from the amount appropriated in fiscal
year 2003.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, FORMERLY USED

DEFENSE SITES

Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $246,102,000


Fiscal r.ear 2004 budget request 212,619,000
CommIttee recommendation 221,369,000
Change from budget request +8,750,000
The adjustments to the budget for Environmental Restoration,
Formerly Used Defense Sites are shown below:
[In thousands of doUlU'Ill
29150 Environmental Study of Forrner NIKE Missile Site $250
29150 David's Island Fort Slocum Remediation 2,500
29150 Fibers Clean-up Front Royal 6,000
PERCHLORATE GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION STUDY
Perchlorate is a salt, commonly used in a host of commercial and
military applications ranging from rocket fuels and fireworks to
automobile airbags. High levels ofJerchlorate are known to inter­
fere with thyroid gland and ment acuity functions and with the
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human body's ability to produce growth and fetal development hor­
mones. Though much is known about perchlorate, the specific long
term effects and the specific dosage levels at which perchlorate be­
comes hazardous are still being debated in the environmental, sci­
entific and medical communities. In Southern California, growing
groundwater_perchlorate contamination is widely attributed to De­
partment of Defense activities and the commercial fuels and explo­
- sives industry, though the specific causes of contamination have yet
to be rigorously established; the Department has refused to ac­
knowledge a causal relationship until an extensive study is com­
pleted. The Committee is aware of the controversy surrounding the
evaluation of perchlorate contamination of groundwater in South­
ern California and other areas across the country. The Committee
directs the Department to conduct a joint study with the Environ­
mental Protection Agency of perchlorate groundwater contamina­
tion, to be completed within 180 days of the enactment of this Bill.
This report will examine in detail perchlorate groundwater pollu­
tion in and around the Colorado River, San Bernardino County, the
Cochella Valley, Santa Clara River and the Imperial Valley that
threatens drinking and irrigation water supplies in Southern Cali­
fornia, Arizona and Nevada. This report will assess the breadth
and scope of contamination and make preliminary recommenda­
tions that will, at a minimum, include:
1. Recommendations for the establishment of a national
standard for acceptable levels of perchlorate groundwater con­
tamination;
2. Determination of the military/defense industry sources
that have contributed to perchlorate contamination; and
3. Outline appropriate steps to be taken to mitigate or clean
up those areas that are deemed to be the government's respon­
sibility.
OVERSEAS HUMANITARIAN, DISASTER, AND CMC AID
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $58,400,000
Fiscal >:ear 2004 budget request 59,000,000
CommIttee recommendation 59,000,000
Change from budget request . .
The Committee recommends an appro~riation of $59,000,000 for
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and CIvic Aid. The recommenda­
tion is an increase of $600,000 from the amount appropriated in
fiscal year 2003.
FORl\dER SOVIET UNION THREAT REDUCTION
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $416,700,000
Fiscal year 2004 buaget request 460,800,000
Committee recommendation 460,800,000
Change from budget request .. .
This appropriation funds the Former Soviet Union Threat Reduc­
tion activities of the Department of Defense. The recommendation
is the same as the budget request and an increase of $34,100,000
above the amount appropriated in fiscal year 2003.
The Committee directs that $39,400,000 requested for the second
year of the new Proliferation Prevention Initiative (PPD be redi­
rected for the elimination of strategic nuclear delivery systems in
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Russia and Ukraine. The PPI was first funded in fiscal year 2003,
but the provision of border control assistance is not a core function
of the Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) program. The elimi­
nation of strategic nuclear arms is one of the highest priorities of
the CTR program, and the Committee recommendation would re­
verse a decline in funding for that activity in recent years. In addi­
tion, a portion of the redirected funds is to be made available for
. - the establishment of on-site management offices to provide over­
sight for major CTR projects in the former Soviet Union.
SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL SPORTING COMPETITIONS,
DEFENSE
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $19,000,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request .. ..
Committee recommendation . .
Change from budget request .. ..
This appropriation funds the SUfPort for International Sporting
Competitions, Defense for logistica and security support for inter­
national sporting competitions (including pay and non-travel re­
lated allowances only for members of the Reserve Components of
the Armed Forces called or ordered to active duty in connection
with providing such support). These funds remain available until
expended, in order to provide support for future events.
TITLEm
PROCUREMENT
ESTIMATES AND APPROPRIATIONS SUMMARY
For programs funded in Title III of the Committee bill, the fiscal
year 2004 Department of Defense procurement budget request to­
tals $72,721,026,000. The accompanying bill recommends
$73,748,521,000. The total amount recommended is an increase of
$1,027,495,000 above the fiscal year 2004 budget estimate and is
$2,230,304,000 above the total provided in fiscal year 2003. The
table below summarizes the budget estimates and the Committee's
recommendations.

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100

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....,...,
art .......

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A t ~ ••.....••••••••••••• , •.•••••••••••••.••••••• 2.118,"85 2.110, '15 +0,300
MISsItoIa .•••••. ,_ .•.•..•••••••••..•••••.•••••••••.• 1,"1',.62 l,5'3,"U "''',000
WBAJCifS, TIACDD COMBAT VlDItCLa •••••••••••••••.•••. 1,'''0. '0" 1. '56. lot .:U5.100
~1't'IOM••••••• , ••••••.••.•••••.•••••• , •••••••••.. 1,.l0 •• H' 1.35.5 ....' +15.500
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'IO'!'.u... AJUIr¥ •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••


.
.-._ .. ----_ ..... _.
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11.1'71.11]
• .130.742
+llI.JU

NAVY
AIRCItAIT •••••.••••••.••••••••••.•••••••.•••••••••••• I. ,.,, If' '.O]O.UI 1'24.2.000
WIlAJOIIS •••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••• 1. '!I'l, In 3.201,')" +21.J,I1J
AMDIVI'ITIOIll' ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• .22.)55 1141.1&5 +11.'00
SNIPS . . • • . _••..•.• _ .•••. _ . _, ••••.•••••.•••••••• '" 11, .. ~ •••U 11, .. 5).0'1 +1•• 11"
OTSBR •••••••••• , ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• .... 7•• 4..' .",... '43 T105,29'
MBINB CORPS .
....... _......
------ -- 1,200.....
1,070....
._---- . 21,IPl,110 .... _-.- .. ­ ------- _._--_._._--­
+12'. iOO
'rO't'JU.. IIlVY •••• _.•••••••• , ••• ,. _, •••••. 21,615,'''6 +"31&.22.
AU PORCI
URCRAn •.••••••..•...••.•••••••••••.•.••••••.•••••• .,. 12,0"'.310 ... 11,"",OSl -202.30'
MISSIUBS ••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••••.••••••...•••• ","',0" ",2]5,5015 -117,""
Al'l'fURITIOtl•••..••••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••••. 1,'1-4,721 ..- 1,21',725 -6,000
arB . --- --. - ....... -.....

... _-- ---............. -...._-


u.15e',515. 11,1'5.15'
__ .. ---- .
---_._- ----.-1n,343
..3",500
~, AIR fORCI •••••••.••••••••••••••..•••••••••• 311.340.783 31,SI7 , ....0

_
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Dlt.IDIiI1I·wm•... , .•.•.•........•...•...••.•..••.•••.•
3 •••,.S05 3,103,776 ..13I.:no
.A'rIc:MaL GUARD MID R8BUVR IQtI'IiMIII't' •••••••.••••••.•
DUBll9W DODUC'tIOII' ItC't I'UIOIASBB •••••••••••.••.•••••
._... ..._..- .._- .-_.._-­
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1110,000
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+100.000

'TOI'AL i'BOaJJUIMBN'! . ... T.I, nl,02. ..- 73.7"8,1121 +1.021 ....1


101
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Items for which additional funds have been provided as shown in
the project level tables or in paragraphs using the phrase "only for"
or '''only to" in this report are congressional interest items for the
purpose of the Base for Reprogramming (DD 1414). Each of these
items must be carried on the DD Form 1414 at the stated amount,
__ or a revised amount if changed during conference or if otherwise
specifically addressed in the conference report. These items remain
special interest items whether or not they are repeated in a subse­
quent conference report.
CLASSIFIED ANNEX
Adjustments to classified programs are addressed in a classified
annex accompanying this report.
LEAD SYSTEMS INTEGRATOR
Lead system integrator (LSI) contracting is intended to introduce
streamlined commercial approaches and knowledge-based practices
to defense acquisition. In light of the emerging practice by the DoD
to use lead systems integrators to set requirements, evaluate pro­
posals (where access to sensitive and proprietary information can
be compromised), and determine which systems will be incor­
porated into future weapon systems, the Committee instructs the
Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Logistics & Technology
to provide a report within 120-days of enactment of the fiscal year
2004 Defense Appropriations Bill on the ste~s DoD has taken to
ensure that LSI contracting mechanisms mamtain adequate safe­
guards. The report should include a thorough review of how the
Department intends to assure that adequate firewalls exist be­
tween the parent company and the LSI entity on active contracts.
AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $2.285,574,000
Fiscal 'year 2004 budget request 2,128,485,000
Comnuttee recommendation 2,180,785,000
Change from budget request +52,300,000
This appropriation finances acquisition of tactical and utility air­
planes and helicopters, including associated electronics, electronic
warfare equipment for in-service aircraft, ground support equip­
ment, components and parts such as spare engines, transmission
gear boxes, and sensor equipment. It also funds related training de­
vices such as- combat flight simulators and production base support.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL CHANGES
(In thOW!8Dda of dollars]
102
Cb_ _
_ _lied
8l1dOot eomm_
P·l !!!gout !!!gout
1 UllUTY F/W (MIl) AIRCRAFT
0 43,000 0.43,000
US Artfr.J PrIor1ty Air TronSflOll-Nodem_n S1roIeOY
30,000
(l)UC-35B
8,000

2 UH..eO BUlCKHAWK (MYP)


131,859 251.8ll8 +112.800
AlJdI1l""'" AInnft (NOte: lOlly for 9 IddI1lonal a1raaft
112,800
Inducting 5 UH-<lOl. _ , 8Ild 4 HH-60L IllEDEVAC

modola)

AH-84M0D8 IIB,8n Mom ....000


AH-64 'Combo-PAK" CtoshlM>lllly SeIf·SeeIing 1nt8ma1 8.000
FuelSystsm and Ammunltton SlotaIl8 Magozlno

13 LONGBOW
.APG·78 longbow Firo Conlrd Redarfllr lhe AHo&IO
782,484 .,..,....
4.500
....IlOO

Apacho Hellcopler-9oulh Carolina Artfr.J N _ Guoi'd


(2)

15 UH..eoMODS 1"­ 3G,418 -100,000


UH-80M Prognwn nto\nJcturo .100,000

1. KIOWA WARRIOR 45,051 ".0$1 ....000


l<Iowa Warrior H_ Mounlad Dioplay 4,000

17 A1R8ORN1! AVIONICS 71,20' 77,208 +8,000


ImplOYed DaIa _ ~DMI 4,000
CocIcpll Ah Bag Syalom (CAllS) 2.000

1. GATMROLLUp lII,164 24,164 -35,000


GATM (C-23 alrcratt and upgro<loa) -35,000

21 AIRCRAFT 8URVlVABlUTY EQUIPMENT 14,8711 18,871 >2,000


Laser Detection SBl. ANIAVR·2A (Note: only to "II":',", 2,000
ANJAVR-2A Iaserdel8cllng _lor UM o n _ n g
~ Natlonal Guard _ Apacho tIeI1coplor8.)

23 ARBORNE COMMAND a CONTROL 28,IM 29,D4 +3,000


AArrf Atrbome Com,"""d and ContnlIS)'ItBm (A2C2S) 3,000

24 AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 13,211' 18,2.5 ",000


ANV'S 8B GollGIec Ior_ 5,000
T88B'" 1,000
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UH--60M BLACKHAWK UPGRADE
The fiscal year 2004 budget justification materials indicate that
the current budget estimate and Future Years Defense Program
(FYDP) do not adequately support the UH-60M upgrade program.
Specifically, the Army proposes that $100,000,000 of the
$113,500,000 requested for this program be transferred to Re­
search, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army, and the residual
$13,500,000 should remain in Aircraft Procurement, Army to pur­
chase long lead items for this program. The Committee supports
the UH-60M program and accordingly, recommends transferring
$73,000,000 to Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army,
and retaining $13,500,000 in Aircraft Procurement, Army. The
Committee notes that a significant amount of risk has been built
into the Army figures supporting this proposal. As a result, it is not
clear how much funding is required for transfer in order to support
additional development, and to keep this program on schedule. If
the Army determines that an amount greater than $73,000,000, as
recommended by the Committee is required to maintain this pro­
gram's schedule, the Committee is willing to consider a reprogram­
ming of the required resources.
CH-47 CHINOOK
The Committee is disappointed that the Department of Defense,
and the Army in particular, has chosen not to pursue more realistic
production rates and program totals for the CH-47F Chinook up­
grade program that meet Army and Special Operations Command
requirements at efficient rates of production. Accordingly, the Com­
mittee recommends a rescission of $39,100,000 of funds made avail­
able in the fiscal year 2003 Defense Appropriations Act which were
made available to accelerate this program.
AH-64 APACHE
The Committee notes that the October 2002 Acquisition Decision
Memorandum (ADM) on the Comanche program directed the Army
to analyze extending the life of the Apache helicopter for the heavy
attack mission, and to provide a plan to support this analysis by
November of 2002. The scope of this analysis and its effect on the
fiscal year 2004 budget request and the outyears is not altogether
clear. Accordingly, the Committee directs the Secretary of the
Army to submit a report to the congressional defense committees,
not later than October 31, 2003, providing the results of this anal­
ysis and how these results have been incorporated into the budget
and upcoming update to the Future Years Defense Program
(FYDP). .
The Committee is additionally concerned about the unusually
high number of mishaps sustained by Apache aircraft in Operation
Iraqi Freedom. The high incident rate may have resulted from the
extensive number of security support and non-traditional missions
flown by aircraft, as well as adverse weather conditions. As such,
the Army is directed to provide the congressional defense commit­
tees a report, no later than January 30, 2004, that enumerates and
describes the Apache aircraft mishaps, the cause and to the extent
104
known, the follow-up actions the Army is considering to address
any systemic problems.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total program recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing in fiscal year 2004.
105
(DOLIM8;1l~'
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M~' _. ~ • __ • • .. 'O _ __
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u,ooo

..
urILrrY P/~ AIllCQFT •••••••••.• _•.••.••••••• _ "'1.0tltl

ROt. .y
UK-CO 1I~ (frYP) ••••••••••••••••••••• , ••••••••• 1. lJ an.". ..U2,'OO
21,141

'f'OTAL, AIRCRAFT , •. 1".000

KOO::tnO~ICN or AUCRAn
G ~ L MOD8 (TlAItA' , •••••••••••• 3.175 3.""
AJtL I«J08 f'l"IJUUla) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5,'707 5,707

ax-i6 1UI8 •...••....••••••••.•.•••••••••••..••••..•• !II.". .1. DOD


CN 7 <'ARGO Ill:t.lCOPrll; MOOS ,_ ••••••• , _ ..
"'5.'U
C11-417 QRGO f(8LtCC'TD MOPS lAP·CY) . 20,IU
tn'xz,,:I'Y/OAltOO AIRP1A8 1«lDB ••••••• ••••••••••••• , •••• 10 ..... 10,'41
." ",
AXRC:aAP'Z' U»IJ IU'»CB 1IIOD8, ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• '0> ,n
1oCIN:JBClrJ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 715a.4154 '7".1f4 ..... IiOO

~(JU>.C'¥'J •••• 14.2001 14.ao...


W-f,O 1'IQD8 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••• 131."" H, ... IN: ..:1.00,000
Jl:1aMR.1'IlUlR%0ll••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• .'.0'11. +4.00"

lU:RIKJIlNII: AVIClltCS . n,2a, n,zo,


GA'I'IIIl:QLl.UP ••••••••••••••••••••••• ' •• 10. -35,000
IoIR8OIKB tlIGrrx!!A."l'1011 •••.•••••••• 1,.0110 1,/10'
SPAn. PMTS lAIRI •••. , •.•• , •• 11.2~~

~I MODInCA2'101l' or URCRIPT: ••••••• ••••.•••••••


SOPJIORf 1I00UMKlt'J' JIIIO PACILITIIS
Qac:ulD tenon AvtQitc:s
U,I'. ..a,ooo

--
AI.RCRAn' euJl'VIVMILrTY IllQUII'MINJ'•.•••••••..•.•••••.•
ASIt II1J1Ul1aa) Of ...••.•• , .. 15.713 75.n3

AIJUIORIlI~"COII'TR:OIt
• •••••••••••••••••••••••••

~V1<II'Jes BD'tS'OI!\' tIIQ\7J.....,. •••••••••.• _•••••••••••••• ....1000


COf'IIJIf 0I.0U1ID JlQCI'1"PMDrr••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 16,517
AI,RCQ:W DI'lIQRATBD BYSI'BIUl ••••••••••.••• 3.,.11'41

5t,"S3
tIiIOU8'nltu. lPAOLtT:1lIl •••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••• 1..203
lA'IJIl:3rD. a.'7&: Rl:X1IJrr •••••••••••••• _ ••• , • • • __ •••••.
A~~CAn(Jiti•••••••••••••••••• , •••••••••• 24.61'

1'a.f'I.tl, S\1P;tcs'r MQUIPIGII'l'.um ncn:rr:tP •.••.••.•.• "ll,OOO

'fO'l'IIlL, AI!itctllrr ~ ~ JUlIIIY ••••••••••.•••••• a,la'.415


106
MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $1,096,548,000
Fiscal r.ear 2004 budget request 1,459,462,000
Comnuttee recommendation 1,533,462,000
Change from budget request +74,000,000
This appropriation finances the acquisition of surface-to-air, sur­
face-to-suiface, and anti-tank/assault missile systems. Also in­
cluded are major components, modifications, targets, test equip­
ment and production base support.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL CHANGES
[In thousands of Dollarsl
107

Budgot CommlttN CIwnQo from


P·I R!cI_ Racammondod RegUM!
1 PATRIOT SYSTEM SUMMARY !MII,555 65I,5U +90,000
Increase quantll)l 01 mlllSiles 90,000

18 ARMY TACTICAL MSl sn (ATACIIS)· SYS SUM 110,301 57,801 +7,_


ATACMS unitBly productiOn irlC1'8ll88 7,500

21 PATRIOT MODS 212,'rs 182.075 -30,IlOO


Patriol·MEADS consolidation . _ -30,500

24 rrASfTOW MODS 1t,707 22,7117 +1,000


Improll8d Target Acqulllltlon SyalBm (ITAS) 7.000
108
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total program recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing in fiscal year 2004.
109

lDOLLAM DI 'MDWl'D8)
8DM1I'!' (QiKlTNI
lIlQODl' ~ alN'38 PItOM QQCJU1'
.... -~ --- - _. ---_ an.. _.-. --.­
- - -_.- - ------ M'JQf'f
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MIOCIIll'

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MDCIIf

IllS'L!IILI~,UlfII'

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'tIRJ'AC8·'1'O-AIR MIS$ILI t1Y8TDI
I'Aralar SYSTDI 8~

ftIJfCJnl1l'YB'l8ll8tJMll'll\JtT
.

.
"" ill. SIS
2,M:I
." .to,DOO

ISVln"ACI-1JA~ MMAM 1rlS'!SlC ~ •••••••••••••• 7,.12 7,.52


AIa-TO-S\DtPACII HiSaILII SYsnM

HILLI'IRi SY£ '\IIIIIlIl:Y .


3J.on .n,Ofl

UTI-TAIIX!MPUL? MIS8ILB SY8nM


o1A9aLm (,AIlIflS-II) aY8TDf ~ y••••••••••••••• _ •••• _

JAI1B'1.IJf aDYJ\RC8 JlR()C.VRMBRT fCYI ..


HI .." In,115

7,fOO

LIMB or IIGIn' Aln'I-TMJt lLOBl"J ftSTIM 81:11 ••••• ,.. ••


'fQIf 2. nS't1K al.MUY. • ....... • •• . • • . . • .... •• •• •• • • ••• •• • • •
I'll

JOO
"
'00
d.2U

'fCllt2~I'ROC'CIIBIWN'l(CTI ••••••••••.••••••••••• U .. JIS"


GUt:.D MLItS ROOCIT' (GJIIUtSI.......................... 7" 1.07.1" 107.75'

t1LU RIWI:Im lWIOI I'ocnC!t ilOCD'l'S (IPU'R) ••• ,.,.... 2, Pl' U.Uf

HLItB 1oAU1IO'l:IIR BYlJ'1'IIM8, •••••.••••••••••••• , ••••••••••


HJ'Gl:S YtDICJII'R•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••

ARIlY 'l'ACtIau. tin au !,\'ftOI8) • nB 8tIM ••••••••••••


.
so
.0.115

12t,ltl
so. ~01 10 5-7.803. .10 ..7.!I00

'tOTAL. 0'I"fIaR. MIal'IJ.I:S •••••..••.••••••••••••••••••• +9".100

NQD:trlCA'fIOtf OJ' M18S1L1:S


N:JDIPIC'IIo1'IQJS
PATlUOT eIlDS. :aU.S75 102.0"1S ..so, 600
on
STIYCJaR MODS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
'"
...........

I"AS/TOH IIODl!I •••••••••••••••••••• , •••••.••.••••••••• ],'5.107 aa.707 ..7.000'

1t•• 1.'
HIMaas llCJDIPIo.nOlfh fl'Qlll MOl •.•.•..•. .n .n
TO'l'Ut. NODIPICA"IaN 01' MIS.XLllil. ••••.••••••••••.•• 225.14,0 -21,500
SPAltQ N!IIl Ri!lPA!Il PAftS . 50.5&2 1(1,512

SUPKlR'T IIIODIPMDlr !'lID ~ILnIa


A.IR DRI!'B'SR '!tdIQnQ •••••• , •••••••••••••••••••••••.••

~ IoU" ftl',B .... 011 !l!IIsezw,,) •••••••.••••••••••••


~I(M' - . _ .vpJoCaT.•.....•.•.••.•••.

l'OTJU.. SlJPPO,", IIOIDMIlft" MID nen.ma..... , ..... e,O."

TO'I'AL, NI1i18ILI Pl.OCURDIDn', aIH7.. ..••• .•.•• •••••• .-- l.t.t,t,a ..7•• DOD
110

PROCUREMENT OF WEAPONS AND TRACKED COMBAT

VEHICLES, ARMY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $2,266,508,000
Fiscal l.ear 2004 budget request 1,640,704,000
Committee recommendation 1,956,504,000
Change from budget request +315,800,000
This appropriation finances the acquisition of tanks; personnel
and cargo carriers; fighting vehicles; tracked recovery vehicles; self­
propelled and towed howitzers; machine guns; mortars; modifica­
tion of in-service equipment, initial spares; and production base
support.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL CHANGES
[In thousands of Dollars]
111

P·l
2 _DUY BASE BUSTAiNMINT
3rdACRODS+

STRYKER
IIucIaot
!l!gu!It
113,302

....orr

_cIed
372,102
2Ii8,BOO

_.027
Cllonge !n>m
AIg!/!!!
+25I,lOO

.38,000
l.orll L8ad Jtema, BI1gadn 5 and e 35,000
17 111 ASRAMSTAHK(IIOD) m,eM 16O,M4 ·101.000
LV-l00Enol'"" ·'08.000
11 SYBTEIiI EN_NT POll: IEP .fAl 0 lJ1,lIOO +181,0lIO
3"' ACR MIll.'! SSP 'llll,OOO

20 ABRAMS UPGRADE PRMlWI f2,Ia 6O,N2 -32,000


SyoI8m TecMlcaI &wort -92,000

25 MACHINE GUN, 5,IleMM (tAW)


M249 """",,,,,,,,,,,,,,",W_(llAW)
0 5,000
5.000
."000
3' HOwnzn LTWT 1 _ (T)
M777 Ught..,;ghl To_'55mm_...
4,111 .....
2,000
+2.0ID
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3RD ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT
The fiscal year 2004 budget request proposed terminating the
Bradley Fighting Vehicle A3 upgrade and the M1A2 Abrams Sys­
tem Enhancement Program (SEP). However, the need to maintain
the capability of the Army's Counterattack Corps, illustrated by the
effectiveness of heavy mechanized forces in Operation Iraqi Free­
_ dom, has given rise to reconsideration of these proposals. In addi­
tion, the Army recognizes the need to maintain an industrial base
to produce the Future Combat System (FCS) beginning in fiscal
year 2006 and beyond.
Accordingly, the Committee recommends a net increase of
$317,800,000 above the budget request, outlined below, to support
the recapitalization and acquisition of the equipment necessary to
outfit the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR). The Committee
understands that by outfitting the 3rd ACR, the Army will have
fully equipped the 2% divisions of the Counterattack Corps with
the most up-to-date versions of the Abrams tank and Bradley fight­
ing vehicle. With respect to the amounts included in this bill, the
Committee recognizes that this funding provides for much, but not
all of the Army's reguirements. As a result, the Committee directs
the Department of Defense to program and budget for equipment
needed to complete the fielding of upgraded Abrams tanks and any
other required support equipment in the fiscal year 2005 budget re­
quest and associated Future Years Defense Program (FYDP).
Amounts included in the bill for this effort, and offsets from
lower priority programs include:
Increases:
(Quantity 1$(00)
3rd ACR Bradley Fighting Vehicle (ODS+) . 1441$258,800
3rd ACR M1A2 Abrams (SEP) . 43/155,000
HEM'ITS (Counterattack Corps requirements) . 11,900
EPLRS Radios (CounterattacK. Corps requirements) . 3,500
ASAS (Counterattack Corps requirements) .. 700
Tactical Operations Center (Counterattack Corps require­
ments) . 23,900
Maneuver Control System (Counterattack Corps requirements) 4,000
-----"­
Total Increases . 457,800

Offsets:
======
LV-100 Engine . -108,000
Abrams Upgrade Program, System Technical Support . -32,000
Total Offsets .
-----"­
-140,000
STRYKER BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM
In order to enhance the Army's transformation initiatives, the
Committee provides an additional $35,000,000 to ensure planned
fielding of the fifth and sixth Stryker Brigade Combat Teams
(SBCT). The Committee directs that the funding be made available
to the Army's Program Executive Officer for Ground Combat Sys­
tems specifically for the advanced procurement of infantry carrier,
commander's unit or mobile gun system Stryker variants to initiate
procurement of the fifth SBCT, 2/25 Infantry Division and sixth
SBCT, 56th Army National Guard Brigade. The Departments of
Defense and Army shall ensure that future budgetary and pro­
113
grammatic plans provide for fielding no fewer than six SBCTs by
2008. '
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total program recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing in fiscal year 2004. .
114

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,~ (1t .'ICY, MtIfY

AlJtAMS TRNO DIY MOt ••••••••• , •••••••••• , •••••••••••• ',21:2


• •••••••••••••••••••••
IWAJ)LllYBJUllt8trC'1'~ • ••••• 111,102 +1.... +151.800

BRJU)LBY FV8 ftADJm DIIVtC18 (112» •••••••••••••••••• 3.U7 ,),317

naYKD •••.••.••••••••••..•.••••••••••••••.••..•.• ,.
MQOlnca.T):CW 01' 'nlACUD CiCllMT \'Wr.c:L15
)01 '51,021
'"
nsrvarc:LI (MOtII ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• if.'"
IClO or Dl-SVC 1QUt1l. nIT VIfIlCUl: •••••••..•••.••••. n.
arvs &Una (MOD) •• 23,1.2'
HDWt'l'S8R, IISD SP rr 155101 1'I1.0tM CltOCl •••. u.on 3C.093

~1'YP'fO.loll8'1.••••.••••••.•.•..•••••••••••••••• 10,1'1
M1 AJIRAIIS 'I'.-znc (HODI •••• , ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 21e,I,.. ~10'.OOO
8YSTIM .l:lDlJUtCl!:lUDn' PGIM I BlP 1IQA2 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . • ., 111,000 "J +155,000

A8R»lI!!I: 'DJlGIlAD8 pJtOQllNll••••••••••••••• , ••••••••••••••


8l1ttoRt' BQU1"PIIDl"I' MD ra.cn.'l:na
!'IDS L&SB TKM S!5.OM l1'CV·1r.I'CV), ••••.•.•••••• ·, •• ·•

~au.B1:lPJOR'I'('I'e\I'·'II'tCV'),
•• , ••••..••••••••
...
10,l,e
...
60,'42

10.1n
-1.2.000

mAL, '!1QC'kID C'ClIIrU.'r VIIIl'CUIS •••.•••.••.• ,. •••. 1, SJ7,,7:i! 1 ...... "::1 .JOI.'OO
WP,1'aN8 .\Nrl 01'IIb COI'IMT V8B%CLa
lItN)tl Ma-CMT'IR tJUII. ?f2MM M3&O amuS•••••••••••••••• 1,.ao le.'"
IUoC'JID GtIlI. s.S (iIMlI) , . •• 000 ...,000
MOIl1JioR. 8yS'!aa. •• ••••• •• •••••••••• •• ••• • •••• .• •••• . • 5' 10.102
XM1t1, CIlL. S;, Sl!UPBR RJrt&. " .0. 1.75'
S." CJJlIlItQt • • • • • • , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . e,.)5
.,'"
Be*ft\tI;Jl So" V2' 1..... t~l .•••..•.•.••.•.•...•.•••••.• I,'" .:1,1)00

trJD 0' tfDIIOIIl MID O!'Ul cttwn' 'QH


JIlUll!:-I' NOO1PlCA'!'J:0I"1il .••••••.••••••••••••••.••••.••• 1,'411
1M aRB:[JQ1 MOOS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.• 1, ....0

8QU'I.tl ~t'JC.-APOli (l'lOD) •••••••••••••••••••••• $,1111

Mal1tJM 1Gl.OlI.Q GQ)ftII o-JCSl., •..••.•• , •••••••.••••... :iI,'"


BOII.J"l'II:R, fOWID. 155M, JUts CMQDS) ••••••
IU'I:rl!'liE~.••••••.••••••.•.•••••••••••••.•••••
" '"
2,JfJ

.. a.no
1CCD1l':t0l.'l'I0DI8 LMe 'I'HM $5. OM fI'OC9'·MCI7J •••. " •••••

IOPf'ORT BOUl'JIIUJn' AltO ncrLrnllS


:l1'D$ LlSS 11l1aH IIS.0M (NQCV.wrevl •.••••••••••••• , .••

~OII DA,g.J:n1I>JOIlT {1IOCY'.M1'CV) .•••••••.••••• , ••

•.••.•••••••••.
I1lDtlt'%'Jt1IU~9

S!CAt.L ARMS (so.trllU IDIH HtOQ) •••• , ••••• , ••••••• , •••• L.U? 1,1.1."

'!'Cf'AL, .....I'QM MIl OIRD CCMU.'1' \WIICloU ••. , ••• , •• .. ••0:1 '1,102 .'1.000

...~ AMI) Ult,lUR PJIIl'fJl IftCV) •••••••••••••••••••••• 11.010 1I,OJO

T01'AL. FIlOCIJJtDlDl:' OP WfITCV, AIlIIY'••••••••••••••••• 1.'40.104 l.n., .114


------~-------,

115
PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $1,253,099,000
Fiscal rear 2004 budget request 1,309,966,000
CommIttee recommendation .. 1,355,466,000
Change from budget request +45,500,000
This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition, modi­
fication of in-service stock, and related production base support in­
- eluding the maintenance, expansion, and modernization of indus­
trial facilities and equipment.
COMMITI'EE RECOMMENDATIONS
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL CHANGES
[In thousands of Dollars]
116

M
4 CTG, .so CAl., AlL TYI'Q
.50 Caliber AmmunitIOn &.AP pnxfuetton
~
R!<eot
lIO,4N -.
Ao_ _ _

,.....
1,_
CII_1rom
.........

.',000

­
CTG, 211MM. ALL TYPI!a '''12 11,.12 +to,ooo
M919~ClIon
45_ 10,000

• _MORTAR,AlL rtPES
M180 ..
-17.'00
·'1,1lllG

M1119 No production I8QU_ -1.000

I' CTO. IIOR'TAR, 120MII, AlL rtPES 113,121 IIS.CI1 .2,IlOO


M931.12<lmm TlaIn1nll 2.000

19 MODULAR AIfI'lLLERY CHARGE sYln.. (lIlACS).


AlL lYP&8
18.949 .',M9 .3,000

_AJUIleryChalgo ~lM'CS) 3.000

21 llEMOUl1ON MUMTIONS, ALL TYPES ....118 21,9118 .3.000


lIoclomlzallo. Comolillon Inltl8lDro (MOl) 3.000

:III PROYISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACI.Il1I!S »'870 fl7,sTO .34,000


........ SUpport P1UgrBm I n _ \ASP!)
3.000

_ok
Medium Calbor LInI<o MIlnufllclu~ng Ole SeIs

_ C8IwProduc:1lOlll.>lo Upg_

AN' _ MORUI8cIUr1nO Facility


5,000
20.000
0.000

42 COIM!NTIOICAL AlIMa Dl!1IIUl'_lIOII TT,192 n,!lI2


_Wo ~00)'CIng Copobllily 4,000
Jcce1erote<l PIojleIIIng CIwge DorrIIIta_ Progrom 2,000

43 ARM8Ill111ATI1/E
ARMSlnltlatlYe
,_
I,­
MOO
.''­
117
STEEL CASE MEDIUM CALIBER ROUNDS
The Committee notes that the only current steel medium caliber
cartridge case produced in the United States is in the 25mm family
of ammunition. Recent projections indicate that the 25mm rounds
produced will be significantly reduced over the current levels in the
coming years. The Committee understands that these reductions
_ will not sustain the domestic steel cartridge case production base.
Given that steel cartridge cases are generally preferred for crew­
served weapons, the Committee believes it is critical to maintain
a steel cartridge case production capability for medium caliber am·
munition. The Department of Defense is strongly encouraged to al·
locate funds to keep the base "warm" and retain this capability for
future requirements.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total program recommended in the bill will provide the fol­
lowing in fiscal year 2004.
118

(DOLLMI IN 'fIIOUBHIDI)
.......,
~

~ ~ CBIIaIU "'* IIQl;lIft


....... ~ -_ ~ _.. _- -. -_ __ .- on _-----.--.- gn'-. _. -. -..MOOII'J'
AIDJII'J'
-_ --- .-- -- ~
-MOUft.

WOCl»:IKIQl'f or »'CU~IOtf. »rJIIt


MIIIlJIIlt'rtOlll
IIIO.WIfftlI:DM e:..t. .......:lnce
m, 1,55l1li. ALL "P.l8 •.••.•••.•••.••.•.•••••...••.. 11S.'T.Jl '1),.'7),1

erG. ".&2M. ALL 'FY,&$ .. 65,0101.


Of9, ..... N£'!"tJ'I8 ••••••• , •••.••••.•• ~ ••••.•••••••.
e'l'C: •• !O eA1>• •101. '1"YMI. _, .••••••••••••••••.••••••••
5.15"
co ..... .1..... 41,000

era. 211Dt, AU 'rtn8 . 8,11.2 18 ••12 +.10.000

CI'O. )OI'M. JIIU T'tJ'B$ ••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••• 'U.Ht

CIO. 40M11. ALl& '!'fJilU .. 126.'" 1.2« . . . .

ttOI'n'Il AI'lIC!1fI'ttClf
.0l0t \lltlI'f'M:. Al&l" ntH . 0&& ••01

Il1III MORTAR, Al.L Tlt~ _.,._.

(,'1'Q, -'TAB.. 12_, llLL'I'!'I'I8 ••.••••••••••• " .••.••• U •• 2J,


'l'AIIIK NIIUlfITXta
etO 1'JllII. 105*.1 ALI. ftPI$ . 20.~07

1.2CM11 'rAB~~. AL" TYns: .••••••••••• ~ •.•••••••


C'Sli. TNIk. 12Q!l1111 "'t'fICAL. lLL 'tJ1I'ItS ••••••••.••••••• "2,.01
ARrt'LLDT .-.r:'I'1"CIf
et'Q",

~,
AB'tt. 'SMlh ALL ftRI •••••••••. " •••.••••.••••••
AIt'n, 10SIII\I ALto nns . 3;0.\51,
..
30,111

C'1'd. ~, 165*, JU,I;o. 1'¥PN . '71.'7'1,


" . '11
~ UTrLLIAY O/UQI 8Y$'2'''' flMa:J, ALto or ••••••• '7•• ,.t I1.M' .3,000

....
AIlTIIoLIRY' WlIiSS
AIl1'lt.LaaY ruzas, AWl

IIJJII. CLDJ.DJO ~.
nns

Not. T1'PI8.... ..,


" . n •• oCl

14,.114:4

"""'"'"
9IlXJLDlR I"IRIID IiClCl"Ir", lI.LL Tr'PBS ••••••••••••••••••• 13••U u.n.
ROOlZ!', :HYDRA '0. 1Ill" TYPE"•••••••••• , •••••• , ••••.•• 21.'11

""""-.nn,,,
DMJL1"r1Q1 JID!I1'11~. au. ~ ............•....... _

"'_
GBJ:lOI:DIB.Alt.~ . 'lII7.010

SlC1l1aLS, ALL 'I"TlIIS . 8."~


liIVQtA'2'OIU'I. :IUoL. ftPIS •••••.••••••.•...••••.. , ..• ' •• CI'S

II*) COMl'OInIR':r1i. ~ nPIS .


CArl/~ ~ TYP'I' , ..
TrDS !.DB '!'tOIIf •• MrLLIlS'., ••.•••••••..••.

.\IIlIItIlI1'TIOIiI I'IltV101U IQtJtllar••.•.•..• " ..•..•••••••• '.0111 7 ••1.5

PJ1tft naTJ'8nCN ~SPOltTJloT1Ol1 Ul*J1 •••••••••••••

ct.OIIOO'J' L1ABILtnlS •••. ' •••.• _.••..•.•.•• , •••••••.

-_
11 ••••

.
__ .. _- _
U.8~'

..
~---.. . _._--.~-

~. 1IMIIII'fI ~. 1.1n.4~!5 ...... 1.1'71,"'5


119
lOOLLUII m ~)

~n(ll PROIlVC'rlOlJ . ., ,UPPOIT


IROCllCT.I<* BUI SOIlPORt'
1R(rv.t$,J:0If ar IMDU8'nl1AL PACILt'J'IN •••••••• , •••••••.•
1'7,570
IA'l'........'l' OF ~ ~ WJ.eItol'!'I1tS .•••••.••••.•••••••• 15,0:10
""'t~ or IJmCI'IYB PACItorriiS ••••..••.•••.•••••
t,'"
CIClIIVJIft'lOl"\L N'I'kl DlJlItotTMI1!A'I'JGW •••••••••••••••••• 77,1IP)
Il2IlIS IlfI~tAnVB .. ..eSl
fO'I'AL, IllllR.ll!lnolc.I PRaDtrCTICII MSR IUl'POJn"•••••••.• ln,SOl +45.000
(
'1"OTAL, ~OI"~TGN. UUft"••...
...."'•••00
120
OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $5,874,674,000
Fiscal ~ear 2004 budget request 4,216,854,000
Conmuttee recommendation 4,547,596,000
Change from budget request +330,742,000
This appropriation finances the acquisition of: (a) tactical and
_ commercial vehicles, including trucks, semi-trailers, and trailers of
all types to provide mobility and utility support to field forces and
the worldwide logistical systems; (b) communications and elec­
tronics equipment of all types to provide fixed, semi-fixed, and mo­
bile strategic and tactical communication equipment; (c) other sup­
port equipment, generators and power units, material handling
equipment, medical support equipment, special equipment for user
testing, and non-system training devices. In each of these activities,
funds are also included for the modification of in-service equip­
ment, investment spares and repair parts, and production base
support.
COMMITI'EE RECOMMENDATIONS
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL CHANGES
[In thoU88Dds of dollars]
121

...1
• HIIilOS MUL1J.PURPWHLD ViH (HMMWV)
mad6 ....._ . not_
_V""icIu(Note: 011116_ $35.IlOO.000
Ihan 315.000.000"'" be only
for up-mrorod Mill. HMMWVo)
light 7_11/",,_ 10' Ml ARNG
IIItdget
!!!get
137,847
--
Co_

moM7
~.ooo

6.000
ChlOoe_
!l!gU!!!
..cl,DOO

• FAIIILY OF MEDIUM TAC'TICAL \lEH (FV1V)

AddItJmal~: not 1_ thon S8 millan,. only

for lhoputdl_oI A1CR _"tiNea)

."'0 _,110
40.000
"",DOO

FAMILY 01' HEAVY TACTICAL II!HICLES (I'H'IV)


HEIITTS (COu......tIack Oorpt AlClli-J
133,130
' '11.900
.030 >Z8,8OII

Mo¥emenl TIICIdI1lJ $)ISl8m 9.000


Conl8i.... ~....0Ut_(M3 CROP) 5.000

ARMORED SECURn'Y V1!HIClJ!ll (AS\/)

Arm""'" llecu~ly Veil""'"

'0.800
.800 ",14)0

22 WIN· TAcncAL PROGRAM 3,231 0 ~.ul


UllJWIllfte<llllW"" -3,231

a. ARIIY DATA DllITRflIUT10N S_(DATA RADIO) t2,384 SOM4 >3,­


EPLf'lS_Ios(~~_J 3,600

311 SINCllARS FAMLY


SINCGARS (Note: ortylo
_ _nrrortho4OlhO_nJ
_Ill
$N<XlARS IlICIkJlI and
31,Z1'S 74,278
35.000
>sa.000

31 ACUS MOD PROGRAM


AlWXC.l0 D1v1llll Fa_Ie
108,18' 111,181
8,000
".000

-
40 COMIIB-ELEC EQUIP PIEI.IlING
Improved Hlgl>-FreqlllflC)l RadIo, A,*"RC-1(l() lor """"

0IgIteI ~ Tnrlnro C8nIIU (IllITe) Flo/dirV


PIogromfor AntlY_GLmtI (Nola: only tor llDTC
wIlh
WI_ InllI!lra' V1llT~
BacthaIllF.... and _
_ Ccm1moncl T.-mg)

oncy_Iot""""_,
Il1,J03 38,803
7.0lIO

\0,000

3.600
>23,000

_.
I~Kl\lbF ...... 2.600
Guard

40 SASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS -,835 SG,8SS ",000


s... Support Com"",ni:oliono upg.-.l'l SaIII 1,000

B... Support
_ _n. Commun_ooUpgrados
_ _.Ft.L_III tile 2,000

Upgrade of tho TllIooomll1Ulicotlonol.-......e. Fort ,.000


MonmouIh

55 LOCAL AREA NElWORH (LAN)


Loool _ _ (LAN) UpgnMle-Folt Drum. NV
lIPS lM,47S ...0lIO
MOO
• ALL SOURCE ANAl.YBI8SYB IA8A8l !T1ARA) :Ill,lIIO 37,_ >roo
/>SAS (ColIn_cit Corps ......- , 700

81 I'ROPHET GROUND fIIARAI 3,171 13.17S >10,000


Prophet 10,000
122

BUlIpt c..m_ ~""'"


P.1 I!!C)!I!!l ~molldod R!guost
14 COUIl11lRlN1'ELUQEIIC&/8ECURI1Y 2,2M 4,2H ~2,0llll
COUIlTl!llMEAllUREs
NIJIlDnai Guarcl V_belling Syol8m 2.000

-
11 NIGHT VI8KlN DeVICES tlI,m 7ll,l2t +e.lJOO
"",,",RW<:.l 5.000

19 L1WfVlIll!O RECON smElllUMl8l s.ooo


_ ~
UgIIIwolghtllldllDRacDnnIlooance
Eq,IpmenI-T_ 5.000

81 TAC11CAI. OPERATIOIIlI CENTERS 4S,8f3 811,1113 +2UOO


TIIdlcal OIllll1llJons cen"', (ColJ1t8lOtl8cIc C<Hps 23.900
nIq-)

92 AfNFA 1ACDATASYS IEFP ClTRL BYe 22.B1 lM,e24 ~2,3GO


(AFATDllIECS)
_ ....... FIeld AI1lIery T _ DIIl8 SyaIom. (Al'TDS) 2,300
fo' Nor1h l:aI'llllNl N!rI'/ II.IIDnai GII8n1

STRIICER FAIIlLY 8.000 ",Ollll


Night FllB SUpport Vo"'cllII7ll7(1Dmlet1y..-. II 8.000
_)(31)

811 KNIGHT PAIILY 8,132 •.m ~20,000


""lQot FOIdtt Ibr ARNG 20.000

107 IlAlEUVI!R COII'l1lOL . _ {IICB) n.141 41,141 ....Ollll


Manl<Nll' CDntrol SyaIom (Counter'daell CDIlI8 4.000
re~)

111 AlI1'OIIAT!lI DATA PI\OCE88INlJ EQUIP 2'13.0lIl m,ues +10.000


V1rtua1_lDn~ 3.000
2,000

_r:
Paul Rovere commend InIo""don Syol8m
_ _ TochnoIogyIRacf",F.-q_
_ _ (AfTJRFID) 5.000

112 COIIPOIII!NT AIJTl*AlION m IRCAIl) 45,788 Sf.1III ~.GOO


Adwnced InlDrmatlon T,"""",,­ _ (AlTS) ~: 8.000
onJy to lIeId _ prIo~ DTTP1I8Inlng_.nd
upgIIldo ~ 0\IIl0I!lI)

'ZI _PItIlLD ITAIlDOFF MIIliFIELD IIE1ECJION llY8­ 1,788 3,788 +2,000


HSTAMID8
Handhold $lBndoII'Mino DoI8cIlor> Syolom (I1STAMID5) 2,000
~:onIyto _ ....lo_prodUl'\lDftollllo
HSTAMIDS IoOO"*",d_' II recommondod b\I tho
Army ~_ tmIIlgIltCouncll.)

, . RDBOnC COIIBAT SUPP0R7 SYSTEM (RCSS) 8,247 11,247 +3,000


_ex..- -OlQS)olIorn(AP08S) 3,000

135 LlllIl'IWI!IGIlIIAIN1'ENAllCE EIlCLOSURE (LIIEl 7.m 8,477 +f,llClll


FAST FuolMlatB,/DeoonIamln_n Syolom 1.800

123

P.f
136 LAND WARRIOR
Budget
Roq-,
114,127
....
C;omm_

3 ,000
ClNngefrom
R!quoot
"1,827
land Waldor plOIl'llm 1I1tNctu'" -94.827
Procurement of Cylindrical Zinc Air I!attery for Objeetlv8 3,000
For<:e Wanlor

141 ITEMS U!S8 THAN IS M'WON ~NG lIPT EQl 10,1147 12,947 +2,000
Surveyor Reconnaissance Bet (Note: only lor Inlllal 1.000
neld"lng of advanced GPS reconnalaaance ki\I for
mlnellald mapping and mlnflald ......1"11 mJoalona)
Powerblsda Uina DataotJon S)'Olam 1,000

142 ITEMS LESS THAN IS MIWON (l:8S EQ) ..000 ",000


UllnJ-hlgh 'nbl!l8lty Mlnla1ure lIIumlnallon Sy8lam lor the 4.000
XVIII Alrborna eo"",
147 COMBAT SUPPORT MEOtCAL 18,MB 28,055 +9,IlOO
Comba' AulOmated So!VIce Support Medical (CASS-Ml 2.000
Portable Low-PO\IWBf BlOOd COODng and StOr8gEl 1,500
PortebIe Rapid Int(8'lOl1O\lll (IV) Inllllion Pump 3.000
Life SuPPOrt for Trauma and Transport (LSTAT) 3.000

154 MISSION MODULES· ENGINEERINO 18,807 17,307 +700


Engln_ng MisSIon Module lor NlMIdo NoOona! Guo'" 700

185 CONST EQUIP ESP 10,000 +10,000


ConSlnJctlon EqUipment Service life ElClllnslon F'Iogram fO,ooO
(SLEP)

188 LOOISTIC SUPPORT VESSEL (LBY) 3,000 +3,000


5melITugo 3,000

188 CAUSEWAY SYSTEMS 0 12,000 +12,000


Modulor Cousewey Syotem (Ron Float COnbllnenzatton 12,000
System)

171 GENERATORS AND ASBOCIATED EQUIP 82,853 14,353 +1,100


21<W Military Tactlcol GllIlOniIor 1,500

173 ALL TERRAIN UFnNG ARMY SystEM 22,oIU 30,222 +7,800


All Tenaln Ullar "'my Sy81em (ATLAS) 7,800

178 COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS (eTC) SUPPORT 38,827 41,327 +4,BOO


_ Full-Crew I n _ Slmula1lon TroJ""'" (A-FIST 1,000
XXI)
Army National Guo'" AlB FIST 3.500

177 TRAINING DEVICES, NONSVBTEM 18S,254 202,2114 +37.000


SIMNET TrWner8 (58) fOr the Army National Gun 0,000
COmbo! Hmo Training System-ARNG 7.000
NTC Fiber OpUc._ (Nota: only to complete the fiber 15,000
optic u~ o,th. NrC)
Leesr Morksmanshlp Training Sys18m (I#TS) FIelding 5,000
F'Iogram-1'rmy Reso..e
Loeer Marksmanshlp Training Sys18m (LMTS) Fielding 5,000
Pl1l\lrem-Army Natlono! Guoi'd

181 INTEGRA'reD fAMILY Of TEST EQUIPMENT PFTEl 27,8112 3S,.112 +8,000


InI8Oroted Family of Te.t Equipment (IFTEl 8,000
124

Budget Commllloo CMngoflom


P·1
189 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TE!Sn~G
Reau!ot
11,528
Recommended
21,528
Roq­
+10.000
Advanced Threet CommunicatIOns NetwJt'k 10,000

192 INITIAL SPARES. cae 44,714 84,714 +20,000


Rapid Aoqultltion (Noll>: Only II> OUJ>llOIt Ule /VJTrfe 20.000
Initiative of providIng rapid acqulstUon reponae to
comman. engaged In Opel\llion Enduring f _
and Operation Iraqi FlIl8dom)
125
LAND WARRIOR
The fiscal year 2004 budget request proposed $94,827,000 to ac­
q¢re 2,425 Land Warrior units in order to provide an initial capa­
bility for the Army Rangers and for one Stryker Brigade Combat
Team. In February of this year, the program failed to pass develop­
mental testing, and as a result the Committee is aware that the
. _ Army is restructuring the program. Part of the program restruc­
ture is a recommendation by the Army to realign funding from
Other Procurement, Army to Research, Development, Test and
Evaluation, Army. While the Committee has serious concerns about
this program in part because of design instability, and in part be­
cause of the program's troubled history, the Committee neverthe­
less directs the transfer of $58,500,000 from Other Procurement,
Army to Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army. In
addition, the Committee directs the Secretary of the Army to pro­
vide a report to the congressional defense committees not later
than January 31, 2004, indicating the objectives and key perform­
ance parameters (KPPs) for Land Warrior; an assessment of how
the objectives and KPPs have been revised under the restructured
program; how the estimated costs of Land Warrior will change
under the revised program; and, the revised development and field·
ing schedule for this program compared to the previous acquisition
program baseline.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total program recommended in the bill will provide the fol·
lowing in fiscal year 2004.
- - ------------------------------

126

OTE8R PRClCORBMBm', ARMY


TACt"tc:AL AND !!I'U'PPOfrt VBKICloIUl
TACrICAL WHICLES
TAC'TtCAL '!'RAI~/DOUoY 8Z'I'8. . • • •. . •• , ... , ••••••••• "7,'''/7 17,t77

S!lIU'TRAIl'.JDI.!I, "La.TBZCI ••••••.•••••• 3,s.,,0 :13.J50

1,4" ',4"
HI IIOB JroIJrI -I11IlP WIELD yU (toMn') ..•..••••..•••.••. 117.847 177.847 +40,000

l"NUIiY OF MBDItJM TACrlOL va ",,1"1) •••••••••••••••• .)0',110 34',110 HO,OOO

14 .111 14.J68

"MILY OF HDoVY nc:rICAL 'YBHICloEB fPRTV) •. , •• " •••• , 113,130 15',030 +25,'00

UMORI!Z) IlBCuun VBHICloIIS (ASY),., ..•• " •. , . " , .•••• fi,IOO .6,100

TRUCIt, TAACl'OA. LIP lar.tJL, 1'I'15/M916 ...• , , .5,771 45.772

TRUCJ:, '!AACTOil., YARD 'ml, Nl87e (CiS) .••••• , •••• , .••

XVY EX»AtroBD I'IOBILE TAcrlCAL TROCIC EXT PRY P, ••••.• u,


",
24,I:U 130 24,IU
."

.
,..
MOI>tF'tCA'tIOR OP IN SVC IQU'IP .• " •..• , . " " , •• , •••••• S7,011. 57,061

tTD41 LUS 1'HAH $5. OM (TAe viHJ , ••.•••.••.•.

't'OWTWG DIrVICB-PIP'!'H 1rUIKE:Ii ••• , .• " • , " •.• , .••.•• , •• , • . '"


1.'51 1,'58

...

NON-'!AC'ttClloI. 'YBHICLBG
HOW AJUIOllIttl SmA!ll••••• , . , •••• , •••••••••••••••••• , •

PABUNalnI: CAUYlNl'J 'YBHICLaS ••••••••


...

3,071 ),0'1'
~ACT:ICAL Vl:HICLII8, 0'nIIIR •.•••••..••.••••••.••••.. e,
------ •
fi.UO
___ w. ____ ._
.-.
" -- .. ..... ­ ----.-- ._----_.----­
--~ ~-
1,260

TOTJU., nCTICAL AND SUPPORT VBRICLBS ... 787.,.0 '00, ...0 +113,500

COMMINI(:A'l'IO!IS AND KLBC'rRCItfICS IQOIPMINT


COMH - JODIT cotIMUIfICM'IOIlS
IN1N - 'I'~I(:AL PRlJORAl'l ••.•• 1.211

<JellR IQtJIPM&R"r (USRIDCOM) •••..•. , ••• , •.••••••••••••. ",1570 4,570

COIOf - SAT'iLLI"rI o:»enJ»'IC-'TI03S


OBFrm8B UT:BI,LITK CCIIl'Il.IfI(:A1'talllS S'ffmi:" <IIPAC'. ",273 ~I,272

SBP '!UN •••.••...••.•••..•••..•. 17,.92 17,4'2


SAT '!BRM. KMl1'1' CIlI'AClJ., •••••••••• , •.•.• 5.154 S,15.

tlAWfAlt GLOBAL IlO8IflOMDIQ 81'6"t'IM {SPACKI. . ...•.• 1., US 44,200 '14,.115 44,:1'3
SMJ\RTMT (SPACK} ••••••••••••••••••••••••••

SCAMP' (GPAa) •• , •••••••••• , •••••••••••••

QU)flP.L BRPCS't' S'VC - aRa .•.


...

4'.S85

1,85'
.1,585

6"
1,15'
MOD OP Ilf-SVC 1lQUI:P ('I'~ SA") ., .••...•. 10,fiU 10,66.

C<»IM " C38YBTP

PJlKY GLOBAL CMO , COXTROL 81'S (Jl.QCCIG)


1.C".45151 ;1,6, .. "

COMM - CO/IIBJI.'t' COfMUln'CA'l':JCN9


ARMV DATA DIS'I'RIIU'l'IQR ST8'l'IM (MoTA RADIO) ••••••••• , 52,3S4 55,884

RAD:IO't'BJUlIU.I,. sn, "IDS LYT(21 ••••••••••••••••••••• 2.'37 3.')7

Gll!lCOloRS J'lUf,I1.'1 •.••••• , •.•••••.•.• , ••••••.•••••••••. It,275 ".,215 .35,000


MDLrI-PUlil:I'OSa: I~'l'IOIf OPKRATI(IllIS SYIi'TDIS ••••••.

AClJS 1llCJD JlIlClGRU •••••••. , ••••• , •••••• , •.•••.


...

.,087

1O•• ~n
...

6,087

:116• ..,1 +1,000


127

COIIIIIT't'IK
RECCIMUDBP OWIOJ PItON lUilQI'JUT
an AHOmrlt Qt'Y Aimtnrr

COJIIlfBaBLIC EQUIP r!BLDING •••••.•••••••• , •••••••••••• 15,,03 ..23.000

GOliDIIR J:tnmHCBMIHT PROQRoVI CQII!jBloIC'l'RONICS ••• II,03l5 e,oa5

COMU.T SURVIVOR UMBJ. LOCA'J'01l. {C8llL't ..••••••• 1.'5,393 U,3'i

MBD!CAL coM lOR CBT CM~ OUUI (~4) .•••••• 6,'02 1,102

COIeI - nrTBlol.JaDCB C()tII(


CI Al1fOt9..' tlOM loRCHITBC'1"URB ..•..•. 1,2:401 1,241

IlQ'fQRIQ.TIOR SICUlll'l''t

TIiC - AIU4Y Jar Ml1l' BY.! (.u:JI8)


2,102 a,702

!1f'~TIC»" SlSTQ 8EClJRln' PIUXIIWlI-lSSP.


:t.24,4o:t.,

Com( - I"oOtKJ RAUL CCMltl'ZICUIC11lf8

T~ '1"RAl'fSJIISSICIf •.••••••••.•••.••• JO,332 10.J32

DASR Sftl'IIJOK't' CXJIiMUM1Q'1"IOHS ••••••••••••••••••••••••• 45,135 50,835 oj.4,000

lUUf1 DIM tOU'fl,ll•••••••••••••••.••..•••••.••.•••.••.

KI.IC't'R.CltQG COHP :P1l0Q (DlCI) ••••.••

ww 'I"llCH CON DIP nOll (MIf"rC'lP) ••.••••••


..,

5,016

2,"'5
..,
',015

2,ll75

CONI .. BASH COIOlUN'I"'T!ON'S

IJOOR)O.'l'ION frY'TWIIS ..
)311 ,la, 321.118

PBPmSi MIilSSAG£ SY9T'DI (lJMS) ••


12.415 12.435
LOC:AL IlQA IfIn'WORk (LAII).
",475 104,475 +1,000

PPl'MOIf INJI'ORMTIOlf JIIGT A'GD '!'BlJtCa'I ••.•• 14.4024 14.4a"

B.L2CT RQUIP • RAt" POR mr PIl.OG {lIPlPl


fOllllICIN comrrBR!RTl'LLlGBNC1 PRDO (f'CI I ...•. 1.U4

OXll'BRAL PBP'BRSi IJrrKLL P:ROO «(;)IP) •••••••••••••. 2",'22 24,632:

BLBCr Ei:OlJ'!t' - 1'ACT .lin' RJ:L Aer It'LUAJ


At.t. SOURClil AIlJU,YGIS SYS (ASUJ (f'LUA,) .• J6, SIlO 37.680 ..'700

PRQPHBT GROtlNO {TIlUlA) ••••.••••• 3.1'75 11,175 ..10.0ClO

TlDl.v •••••••••••.••••••.••.••••••.••.•••••••••••••••• '73,714 '73.7'4

.MMY CCI4I«lN GROUHD sr~TION (CiS) .••••••••••••••••••• 11,281 1I,2e:l

DIGITAL TOPOOAAmIC wr BYB IDTS8) !'I'1AJlA) •••••••••• 13.003 13,003

D(XJS-P. WIlT OJ' CMiLQ'mIlIT ~.JMlP). 2.an 2,'87


T9.0J'AIl' ('rIMA) •.••.. 5,S35 I.US
NOD OJ' nr-svc 8QUIP UII'nL il',!,) {'l'UJUl,I. 2,'U 2.ClSI

Cl HUl'Iun INB'O MNAGIiJIDIT Slr8TIIM (CIIIMIJ (Tn ••••••• '7,an

ITKMS LBSS 'l'IIJUf 55. OM 1Tl"ARA.) •••.••••••••••••••••••• 4o,SUI' . . ,..3


BL3'C'l .QUIP • •~CTRafIC WAAJ'ua (!W)
OOUlllTIUUJI'l'IU.LIGIRCB/IIBCURIT'l' C01R7TRilMUBlJRlS •••••.
2,216 4.2,C

KIoBCT IQlJI1 .. tACT!CAL BURV. (TP.C SURVI

SllNTDll:L MODS '" .


1'7.U5 17,U5

NIOKT VISION DJrVIO'G ••••••• , •••.••••••••••••• , •••• ",,251 '70,'21 .. 5,000

1.c.G R»nB JUJVAl\ICKD BCOU'l' 8UJlVB!LLMCI: CYSTIIf ••• u. 50,125 ". '0,125
urwr VlDlO UCQN SYS'I'DI (IMVRBI. 5,000 ..6,000

SO,50C 3,104 50,504


ARTILLU:r J.C:OJRAC't 1lQUIl".. • •.•• n.U4 13.5g...
128

JIIJl) OF IJI-SVt SQOIP (19109) ••••••••••••••••••••••• , ••• ...


...

IClD or ,nf~SVC IQUIP {lIVS) •••..••••••••••.••.•. ".


PRO'I1.IIR ••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••••.••.••••.• 10 ~,!'1 1. 12.5'1

IClD 01' D-SVC lQUIP {TAe sURVl •••••••••••••.•.••. 35,14' 3ll,1U

...
..

POR~ XXI BA'l'Tt.. am IlI.IGlIDB • BJW:JIf (FBCB2) •••••..• 2.4574 13,200 2,47. 83.200

tolCIHTWBI<mT IASBR tJISJODTOl'/RMOI'PIIlDIIlR (LUI ••••.•• 12.302 .5 12.302

f«lIl.TAK 'laE CetrrROL Bll~ ••••••••••••••••••••••• , •• 31.517 155 3',517

IRTBQllAftO torr aY9 SDSORB (JKlTS) - 'fIAlA .••••. ',oea ,.080

BLBCT BQU1"P - TAcrICAL (2 BYaTlK9


TACTICAL OPSRA'I'IONS cmrrBRS •••••••••••••••.••..••.•• 45.6ll 6'.513 +23"00

M1Y I'A. 'rAe Dltft S'tB / an' CTIlL SYS (ABA'I'DB/IC •.. 22.32f. 2.,'2f. +2,300

MOD 0" IN-SVt SQUIP, "'A'rDB •••••••••.••••••••••••••• 2.051 2.0n


LIQ:IlT tmIGHT ftCH PIRltJIUCTIOlf SYB curr•..•.•..... 3.223 3,223

CNB"I' ave: .ICPT COJITROL IIY.I (CSSCS) ••.••••••.••.••• 22,1,7

FAAD 0 t . ISl,41f. a,f.74

Ali " 1lIS1. lJBFSNSB PLlUQrlIJiG " ccrrROL SYS (»CD •••.•.• 8,'" 8,'"
PODI'oRD DlTRY tJlWICB / LIOH'l'trBIllHT PID (nm/r. ••••••• 6,023 6,023

STllDR. P»IILY •••••.••.•••••• 4,000 +C,ooo


Dl'IGHT PAMILY ••••••••• , ••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••• .,732 26,732 +20.000

LIn C'eCLR so""UB SUIlPOll.'t' (t.e:aQI •..•••••.••••••••• 1,'1f. 1,114.

LOGT!CH .. 8.77f. 8,774

TC JUtIS II .••.••.••.••••.••.••...•••••.•••.•••••• 1'7,,,,2


ISYSCOIl BQUIPMBNT ••••••••••••••••••• , •••••••••••• 21,528 2:1.,528

,Joim mrrwou. MARMJBMDT 8'YSTIM lo1lllMs) •••••••••••.•• ',.52 '.&52


TACTICAL :INTElllI'E't' MAHMaa .•••..•.••••••••..•••••.. 8,321 8,321

1WQ1mVBR CClJI"JlOL SYSTIIM (MeS) •••••••••••••••••••••. '.1 37.141 '.1 41,:1.'1 ..... ,000

9'l'MJS TAC'J'lCAL CQlPU'l'8RS (STAOOMP) •••••••••••••.• .6.233 .. ,233


ST1UItlUD :nrrBGlUl.'fllD OIl:! POST .rsr.lM ..•..• , .••.•••. 111 '61
BLJlC'! SQUIP • Atn'CllJl.Tlal
AM"t' 'J'lUURlNG NOD'IERN'tIATIOJr •. ',1811 4,:1..1'
JllI'T(»IlA.TID DIt'!'A. PROCBGBIYO BQD':u' •.••••...•

usnve
m..I'CT IQJ'IP
OOMIIOJIUlT lD'I'OMA.'TJQJI 8ft (KC'UI

~ AUDIO VISUAL SYS (MV)


213,055

45.'"
223,05S

......

+10,000

r.P1tn •.•.. 2."1:1

178MB Lan 'l'DD $5. 0" (~) ••••• , ••••• 3,871)

ITIMS 1.1186 'J1WI UM ISURYBYaO BQUlPMDlTI

BLl:CT JIQIlJIi' • SUPPORT


PROOOC'l'IOX BASa 8Uli'POR'I' fC-B) •••••••

TO'I',u" CClNMUJIICI\TIClN9 lIND BLBC1llOlfICB It/OIPMlIIT .••


2,0.7

...
.,
2."4.0&8
. +113,169
OTKIR SUPPORT I(IUtli'JllBNT
OIDtlCAlo DOD81ft BWl"'1N'T
BMOD • QBBC'tfRU'r PAMILY: SOP (1II'ml' AAO I'l'DU •• 3S,252 15,252
129

BlUDOINO BQUIPMDIT
1'AC"!'ICAL IlI.tDGI»O ••. 42,5U

TAC'1'1C1Uo BIlIDl3J1. J'IjQAT~R.ZEl!lCt1 •••••••••••.•••••.•••••


st.n!
1DICJIJlliIR (1l'C!f·oatIS'l'RUC'rIClIlI BQtJIIo"KD't'

D.ISPIIIIBBR. MIllS !'QJ.9 •••••••••••• , ••• , •••••••••••••• ,

IIIU'fDfIBLD STAMDOPP MInFI1l:LD Dlt'lcrION S16·HS't ••••••• .. S,~Jl

1.'" .. 5.131
3,7t6: +2,000

Itn, STANDARD T'BLBOPBItAT7NG •••••••••••••••••••••••••

RODO'l'le COMBAT StJP»ORT SYSTI!X (RCSS} ••..•• , .•.•

UP1.09IVIt ORDWMCII: DISPOSAl. BQPMT (BOD IgPMT) •••.•••


.1.2 ~,3U

.,247
" ~.lU

11,247

t,]"
I'l"DIS' L!SS TIWi $5H, COUNTBRHINB BQUIPHINT •••••••••• ". ".
COMBA.'r aDvIcE SUPPORT BQUl~KNT
HGArBlS ~ ICU'S •••••••••..•••• , ••••••
13.544

LAUHDRIU, SJlOifBJUj AND LATRI1fI6 •••...•..•••••••• " •.


5,9"

...ne:
fi01.DIBR BHliIOfJeJUGiHl' ••••••.•••••••••••••••••••

LIOH'l'WEIGHT MAIlI't'BliWfCB BIlCl.OSURB lUG).............

'"
587 7.577
'"
s., t, .. 77 "'1,900

LAJfD NAlUtIOR •••••••••••••.••••••••• , ••••.•••••••••• ,


J,OOO ~2."25 .'1,827

AUTUORIIBD S'l'OC:na:J LIST JI08IU.'!Y SYSTEM IASL •..


","51 "',"'51
BIlL!' 'BlmING BQU1PM1YT .•.•. , •••••
If, 0~1 11,021

AIR DROP i'ROGRAM' •••• , .


..8'2 ..u~

11'1NS USS DWl $$.0" (BNQ SiT SO) •.•••••••••.••••••


10,'''7 n,t41 +2.000

ITBIU LlSB TJWi $5,OM (ess £0) •.•••••••••••••••••••


",000 ,.4,000

PETROI.nJM IQOIPIIDM'

DISTItIBU'rI<If BYS'1'lMS, PET1l.OLI~ , WADI. •• , ••••••.••• 24,20~

IHLAIm PE"I'IlOLIUIC DISTRIBUTION ST'SnN .. 1.152 1,182

WADIl lIQUtPMBNT
WM'BR PURIi'IOI."ION SYSTDIS .•••••••.• ,. 15. &ot 15,8U
MBDIcAI. ItQUlPMHUT
ex»UU." BOPPOR'l' fGI1)ICJl,l, •••••••••• , •••••••••••••••••• It,&S5 26:.055 +11.500

MIIlTIllfAKCE BQDIPMDIT
,,<
51«)P &Q CONTACT IQ.ItnDAII'CI TRK. MJt) tMYP) ••••. ·

NBLDINQ SHOP, TRAILltII: 112


13,1••
'" U,lJ55

5.67]
I'rn) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 5.87! 112

I1'IIMS U8S ftWf t5. OM IMlIll/'I' BQl •••••• , •••..••• 4.002 4,002

CCfiSTRUCTION SQUrI'MlDn'

1IlI55ION MODUL118 ~ IIIiOlanRJIIO ••••••••..•••• ,., ••...•


If,6"01 17,307 +700

LOADBRS .••••••••••••.-••••••• , •••••••••••••••••••••••• 8,148 8,141


... 131 4,lSl

CRUSliIHG/SCRBBNINO ~LM1'. 1$0 TP1I ••.•....•••••...•. 1. '61 l' 1.781


PLAM'r, A8$'HALT l'f.lUNG •••••••••••••••••••••••• , ••••• 1,'37 l,t]'
1U0ft MOB:J,t.I'lY 'lMQIMBBR ZXca.VATOIl. (HMO) •• ,., •••••• ,. 4,S'U .. ,842

t'CMft 'IQUIP sn . 10.000 +10.000

In:M8 LlBS 't"IDm $5.0N lca;8T sooIP) ..•••.••.....•••• ',305 ',J05

JAIL t"LOA'l' COII't'MNDIZA1'IOH .QCttMBNT


LOOIITIC BU~P03ll' W'SKI. (LSY) •.•• J,OOO "3.000
CA05BtG.Y SY8TIDIS ••••••. 12.000 "12,000
130

n ....s Uft!S 'D&AH 'S.Ot! (J'~T/aA1LJ •• , ••.•••••..••.•• ".860 "I,IM

......TOO'
(J1l!llu'TOU M'D IlSBOC:IJl.TIItl BQUIP ••.
U,153 fol,lU ..1,$00

..", ..",
MAftRIAL KANDLIm IQUIPIIlBN't"

Reucm TlRRAUI e:tlIr"mlnR HABDUlR (RTCII) .•••••••••••..


U.:II:n 3ti,J)"I

:U,412:a: JO,222

1'IHB DTlRDlW SIDVICR paDQlW( IISP) .. 1,321 l,U,


TAAnlDIQ 8QUI PNIIln'

eoMMT 'l'RUNIIQQ CllnDB 1C'1'C) S'CPPORT ••.


3','21 411,1127 .....500

TRAINING DBVICRS, NCJIrl8'Y8TDI ••.••


1.I5,J54 202.2!U, +J',I)OO

CLQSB COMBAT TACTICAL TRAIIID .•••••..•• ,


n ... '2 n,«':Z
AVIATION COMBIYB:D AQIB TII.erta.;.. 'rRA1!ID (A.VCA ••.•••• 10,295 lO.J~!i

'!"BST MEMtJRB AND om


BQtJlamtlf (THO)

CALIBRAtION simi BQU'IwwrI' •••.


U,'164. :1.Il,JGfo

I!lTBClRATBP PAHlL't OF TIIIT Il:QUUI'IBIiI'r (IFTI).


Z7. 'S2 J!i,j!i2 .',000
T8ll1' BQUIPMBm' MODIIOIUATIOR IrBMOD).,
14,718 U , n8
O'mBR GUrroRT sgVlftmR'r
PHYSICAt. SBCUR.ITY oNSTIDIC (Oi'Al) .•..•. '75,288

BIUlB LlVEL CON'L &:l'DtPMIrG'T •••..•••••. , ••• l!!1.0U

!'IJDllrIcralON OF II'~~SVC BQUIPtID'f (OPA-)) ••••••..••.•

1IR00000totf M.S. !lUProRT 10TH) .•.•••• 2.!U

SPECIAL B(l1TUJIIBN'1' fOJl. WID 'l'BS'Ttm •. 11,526 21,52«


Ml\.8i75 •••.•.• 2.Ut

'JOtAL, QTSIIt SUPPORT IQUIPMIlft" 1,082,011 "25,073


#PARB Mm aB&oUR. i'iU:ts
lrnTIAL SI'AUS w co . 4141,7141 \S4I.714 ..20,000

IIilTIAL Uu.u ~ 0'rHU. SlJPl'CM1' BQlJIP •• 1,250

41i,t'41 6'1l,t" ..ao,ooo


'!OrAL. orHM. PRDCOR!MB:NT, AllM'i •••••••• 4,215,8541 ..330, '742
131
AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $8,812,855,000
Fiscal ;year 2004 budget request 8,788,148,000
CommIttee recommendation 9,030,148,000
Change from budget request +242,000,000
This appropriation provides funds for the procurement of aircraft
and related support equipment and programs, flight simulators,
equipment to modify in-service aircraft to extend their service life,
eliminate safety hazards and improve aircraft operational effective­
ness, and spare parts and ground support equipment for all end
items procured by this appropriation.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $9,030,148,000
for Aircraft Procurement, Navy. The following report and project
level tables provide a summary of the Committee's recommenda­
tion.
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL CHANGES
[In thollB8l1ds of dollars]
132

--­
c_ _ ·
Budgot Ch_from
P·l I!!p!! Ragu!!t
21 "PATS 2,111 2A.oee +21,700
T-&. (Nal8: only lor all'(7Bft and g l O _ tralnar +21,700
oyalBm)
25 EA-8 SERIES 2117,148 284.148 +77,000
!:MB Ready Room M _ R_11IlI1 Trainor (MRT) ....,000
(Note: only for eoflwore and terrain dIItebooe
inOO/POfllliDn into MRT til romoIn current with ICAP III
upgrades)
ALQ.99 Low Band Transmlllor (LaT) Antenna Group +5,000
(Note: only 10 Incraooe oporationol capobIlily and
a"""lorate tho dallvory or ALQ-aa til tho FIoet)
USQ-113- addilional Pf'lCUramant +11,000
EA-6B • 10 accole_ OIJlor Wing Panel (OWP) +60,000
l'9placement
26 AV.a SERIES 20,_ .7.... +37.900
utaning Advanced Targallng (AT) pod$. procunt +37,000
addlUonal pods and upgroda utaning II podotll AT podo
2' F.l1 SERIES 335._ 341,_ +11.900
ATARS (Note: only t i l _ t h o convaroion 01 +6,000
ATARS wlth a ooIId o1Ble I1lllOIder upgrade)
FSRt tacllcallmagery 2 +1,000
30 H.... SERIES 81,072 13.172 +2,500
Ughtwelghl ",",or for lh8 CH-46 +2,600
31 AH-1W SERIES 5,810 10,810 +1,000
Night Totgallng Syotem (NTS) night ftghlIng capabiUly +5,000
32 H~SERIES 8.878 20.871 +11,900
M3M .50 cal '-"Y macllina gun +7,000
MH·53 ctaohworthy ..81 program ....,000
33 SH-80 SERIES 18,405 1a_ +1,500
Helltil. 50a Target Laser Aim SCoring System (STLASS) +1,500
38 EP-39ERlES 31,001 1I4,3G8 +22,800
Non-rocurring englneertng for naxl EP-3 oo_n +18,000
aIrCraft
EP·3 RFD upgrade .....BOO
31 P-3SERJES 84,812 124,812 +30,000
ALR-!l5 ESM oyS1em Ilbrary,lnl8gn>ted Ioglsttco and ....,000
tralnlngouppar!
AlP ESMldlgltal inst8ntanoouolToq_ meesu_ +11,000
(DIFM) upgrade
Acoustic data lllOOllloridata raplay rooonler ....,000
E18etro.()ptico and CommunlceUons Upgradas· +1,500
mo_lon til non-AIP _to alloW lor EO upgrada
and enhanced communication
Protection for Instrument landing ayS1em (ILS) (Note: only +2,000
lor addltionsl pnlClItOment of FM Immune, MuIlIoMoclo
Receive... for the P--3C _eries aJrcndt:)
ALR-95 goolocallon upgrade +2,500
P·3 _ Health Monitoring System (AHMS) upgrade "'2,000
DIgItalStoroa Msn"9"rnorrt Syol8m (08MS) +6,000
Hub InI8gl8lad _ Swttdllng SyaIom (HIPSS) +2,000
39 E02SERlES 43,139 48.139 +I,OOll
AOO8larate design modlflcaUonslor crltlcal-'lghUng +5.000
enhancements
~ C.130 SERIES 8,H4 B,1lI4 +2.000
0-130 electronic Propeller Control Syotom (EPCS) +2,000
133

Budget CommIlIM . CIl_fnlm


P-1 R!q-' ~ Ragu!!t
41 SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT ....801 58,101 +9.llOO
Advanced _ CoI_ SjI8Iem INolB: only for +ll,ooo
'n!egl'lltlon and 'oalallation'" 8IMInced BignBI co_Ion
espablll_1n BUpPOrt '" OM> Wor on TBm>rtsm)
FORCE Upgrade +4.500
Il2 COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT
Radar Waml"ll _ _ SV018m (APR 39)
2G,7211 28.m +9,000
+9,000
81 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT 48O,8U -,181 +5,000
ANIUSC-42(V)3. _llAMA (Bi'oraft) +5,000
134
EP-3 COLLECTION MISSION
The Committee is aware that the Navy has under review a num­
ber of options for accomplishing the EP-3 collection mission. Due
to extreme life-cycle costs of the aging EP-3 fleet, the Committee
believes the Navy can waste no time in developing its "way ahead"
for accomplishing the SIGINT collection mission and encourages
_ the Navy to quickly finalize its plan.
USMC CH-46 SUSTAINABILITY
Of the amounts provided under this heading, the Committee rec­
ommends $2,500,000 to provide lightweight armor for the CH-46.
Replacing the existing steel armor with kevlar armor will reduce
the weight of the CH-46 by almost 400 pounds, enabling the air­
craft to carry two additional combat loaded troops without degrad­
ing protection.
The Committee is concerned with the decreased operational capa­
bility of the CH-46. Under certain circumstances this aircraft can
carry only 8 combat loaded troops versus the requirement of 24.
Furthermore, because of this degraded capability, the Marines
Corps must place great reliance on the CH-53 for troop lift instead
of the CH-46.
The Committee has long been supportive of the V-22, the sched­
uled replacement for the CH-46, and is encouraged that the air­
craft recently succeeded in passing a critical review milestone. Be­
cause of the delays in fielding the V-22, however, very little has
been invested in maintaining the operational capability of the CH­
46 (the aircraft is scheduled to remain in service until 2021). The
Committee therefore directs the Marine Corps to provide a report
to the Committees on Appropriations not later than 30 days after
the House of Representatives passes its version of the fiscal year
2004 Defense Appropriations Bill on its plans to improve the oper­
ational capability and sustainability of the CH-46.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED

The total program recommended in this bill will provide the fol­
lowing in fiscal year 2004:
135

AIRCMPT noc:mtSHDT• .NAVY


COlItBIl.T ArRCKIlrr
1.V-8B (V/STOLIIWtRIIR. IMYP) •.• , .••• n."'J 13 ....1

r/A.-181l/F tFI(;HTD) HaJUlET (MY,'.. .., 42 2.'''15.380 42 2,'U,3'O


1'/"~1"/i" tnGBTBR) MOIlW't' (MYP) 1.\P-CYI •• 1t..76S .... '156
V-J:2 (nDItnI LXPI') .n.10t UI,lOt

v-a2 OUID:tllM L:rFT) (JIU'-e"o •• n,ose n.on


tlH-1Y/lH .. 1Z ..•.•..••••.••. 310. "'9' :110, 'H~P

MH.. Il!iOS IHYPI •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 336.531 13 336,5)6

MIl·60S IMYPl (AP·crl ••••••••• , ••••.•••••••••••• 1"."2 ''','72


MH-l50R.•••••••• , •••••••••••••••• _•••••••••••••• 3!2.0!l7 312,017

101-601. (AP-C'll, ••••••••••••••••.••.••• , •••••••••••••

R'2C fURLY WJlRJli'IlIIC) IUl_XXYK /NYP). 211,097

1'il-2C {lUUU,Y WA!UlIlIal RAWXBYJc (ltY'i') lJUl'-CY) ••.••

5,28S.l-fo7
AliUlU'T a.IRCaAJPT
'UC-3S •••••• , ••••••••• 15,5" 15,519

c.... aA .•••••.••••••.••

TOTAL, AULlft ifl.IRCllAn •••• ".!i:ll

'l'ItADlD: AtRCRAI'I'
T-3SJ •.•••••••••••••••••••••••• _ 22,018

'I'-45'1'S ('l'1UUNBJl.1 GOSO'wx •••••• 15 31'.201 15 319,201

JPATB••••••.•• , •.•..•••••.•••••. a,~., 240.019 +21, "00

TO'rP.L, 'l'JlA.lNBIl. URCllQ'T ••••••.•• 38S,J18 +21. "00

0"l'H6 AIRCRArr

KC-l'O\1 •....•.•••.•••••••.••••.
:JP.Ui3
AInmllCE P20CUREMIlN'I' ICY) •••••••••• "0,000 40,000
F-5 ......••..• , ....•••.••••••••.•••••••• 1,94"

TOTAU, OTRBR AXllCDFT •••••.•••••••••••••• _ 11.110 &1.110


MOIlIUCA'l'IQB OF AIIl.CRArr
BA.-IS S_:I:II9 •••• 20".101' as".l'" +1"1.000
Ay-e SIIRIJi:S ••••• 20.866 5".S" +3.,.000

ADVBlSAll '!•..••••
a."4, 2. IS..,

P-Uf SIUD .......


U.S.ltt
3U,e,.. +'.000
R-U SUUS •..•....•.
U,I)7:2
'3.5"12 +.2.500

AM-lit' SBR.Ill:S •••••••••• ',610 10,810 ..S.OOO

'.'''& 20,'''' +11,000

8B-60 SD:IBS ••••••••• , ••••••••••••..•••.•••.••..•••. 18,41)5 U.SII05 "1.500


H~1 SCRJ.IilS ..•.••••.•• 1.4S112 J,4S11'
BP-l SKRIBS .•••.••••• 31.50& 54.306 +.2.2.800

P-3 SBUES •.•••.••••• '4,S1172 124. S117:2 otJO,ooo


136

lDOI.1AJt8 III THOIJ&M])SI

""
.......

-.
.......
on
CCl'MITftJ:
RIC'tIO'fIIQ)JR)
.w;urr
~
on
I'ROM UQUU1'
AI«UI'"

8.3 BGUE!I. ..

%•• SBJiIBS •••


'S .. l.:U +$,000

TRAlND AlC SSRIIS •• ,


U,d7

..
1:-2A...
35,:118 :15,318

1:-130 SRIBS ••.


1.IiU ',55' +1:,~DO

PIDl'M •••••••••

CItt,ROC)/'l'RAIISPOR1:' A./e eDt1l8 •••.••••••••••.••.••..•••.


1.3... 2;'0

K~' SPIllS ..• , ..••• , .••....•.....


"',517
BDCUTI'YIl HBLlCOPTBRS SftIB••.• ,
21,S1? 25 .. 537

a1ilECIA!. »ROJIcr A.IRCRAPT ••


409,101 " .. 1.01 +t,1500

T-'S SBR1BS ••••••••••••


~2,3U 22,321

"'ONBR "'tART CBMl'G1S ••••• , ••••


:11.111' 21,S,"6

•1PA'l'B SBRIBS •.•..•. 53' 53•


AVIlnClN Lin BUPPClRI' HODS, ••••••••••••••••••••••••• '.JiI , . U,
0CMQl ItOt IIQUI»taDi'l' .••.•• , •••••••••.•••.••.•••••••. :lI,7.U +5,000

0CMQl AV1'OJI,.CS CKMIIlJII8, •••••••••••••••••••••••••• ,. 148.''17


v ..]] (TILI'/ROTOR ACPI') OSi'Rft•••••••••••••••••••••.• ',81.4

1O'J:AL. l'IIODIrIo.nOM or AnCRUT, •••••••• 1.,278,1117 1,"940.117 +21!!1.300

AIlCRAl'T S9ARSS AHIl DIAIR "'MTS


SPAR&S MID Rli:PAU P1UtrS .. 1..1!•• OS? l,158,OS7

Ancu,n SuPPORT EQunIMarr AIm PACILI't'IB8


COMON aROUND BOVIPJfINT .••.•••.•••••••• "0 .. "05 +5,0110
AlIl.C'RAI"r IIiDWT'RIAL f'l'Ctl.. ITIIS •••••••• 15,48?

tIIAA CQNIiIUMJUn,E9 ..••••••••••.•• l1,:an 11,247


(1lD.R i'RODU'CTICif 0lAJUJEB •••••••• , ••• 25 .. 790 a!. no
SPJ,CIJU. IuPPOR1' EQtJIPMElI'r •.••••• , ••••••.•• 'II. US

V:tU'l' DI!81".tIQ,T.tOlll' TRANSPORTATION, , •••••••••••.•••.• "


1.'"
rcmu... AIRCAAPr SUPPORt' zoutPMDn' " rACIt.IfIBB •.•• +5.000

'to'l'AL, AIRCRAI"T PJU)CtIRJIM8wr, NAV'L •••••••.••••••.•• 8,?88 .. 1" 9,030,148 +2'2,000


137
WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $1,868,517,000
Fiscal ~ear 2004 budget request 1,991,821,000
Conmnttee recommendation 2,205,634,000
Change from budget request +213,813,000
This appropriation provides funds for the procurement of stra­
. _ tegic and tactical missiles, target drones, torpedoes, guns, associ­
ated support equipment, and modification of in-service missiles,
torpedoes, and guns.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,205,634,000
for Weapons Procurement, Navy. The following report and project
level tables provide a summary of the Committee's recommenda­
tion.
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL CHANGES
[In thousands of dollars]
138

Budget eom_ Chang_from


P-l ReguHl _mmended R!que!1
5 TOMAHAWK 277,581 4lID,1IIll +208,000
Additional Tactical Toman_ _II.. +183.000
Tooling and _09 equlplnent +25.000
81DI!WINDER 35,118 25,118 ,10,000
OuIngo FRP 41h lot ID LRIP end hold number ID sam... -10.000
previous LRIP bU)18
10 SLAMa 8-4,145 48,145 -11,000
Slow obllgatlonsle>qjendllunle -5.000
13 AERIAL TARGET8 70,"" 78,278 +7,800
GQM·1e3A Supersonlo Sea Sldmmlng Ta'll'" (Sssn +7,600
17 IfARM MODS 7,787 0 .7,787
Predslon Navigation Unll" upglllde • termination .7,7~
23 IIIK-46 TORPEDO 1II0D8 34,248 48,248 +12,000
Mk 54 Lightweighl torpedo l1lpI.......nl. ramp up for +12,000
FRP
27 ASW RANGE SUPPORT 12,811 18,311 +2,800
Paclflo Nar\l1wuat Undereea Range Support (NOIe: ....11 "'2,500
raeoille full funding In 2005 wltI1ln Mlijor Rang. Teet
Faolllty Blise IIIllllram)
32 CIWSIIIOD8 41..-.& 49..-.& +8,000
1B Upg",... kits (Nole: only ID ....manufactura Fleet +8.000
Phalan. Close-In W8OllOn SyIItem (CIWS) ID BIocIC 1B
configuration)
34 GUN MOUNT IIIODS 27,283 25,T83 .1.800
"'inor caliber gun system - sccektrate procurement for +2,000
CIo8. In &hlp self_eno.
Slow obligation8lexpenditures ·3,500
139
PHALANX CLOSE-IN-WEAPONS SYSTEM (CIWS)
The Committee understands that one of the top management
issues for the Phalanx Close-In-Weapons System (CIWS) program
is the potential loss of the Phalanx radar band due to commercial
applications of this frequency. The Committee does not desire to
lose the effectiveness of this weapon and requests the senior lead­
ership of the Navy ensure protection of the Phalanx frequency
band.
TACTICAL TOMAHAWK.
The Committee recommends $485,588,000 for the Navy's Tactical
Tomahawk program, an increase of $208,000,000 to the fiscal lear
2004 request. It is the Committee's intent that $183,000,000 0 the
increase be used to ramp up production of missiles to the highest
rate possible, understanding that with this increase the Navy may
only achieve an annual production rate of 450 missiles, up from its
requested annual rate of 267 missiles. The remainder of the in­
crease, $25,000,000, is for tooling and testing equipment needed to
increase and maintain this higher production rate.
In fiscal year 2005 the Navy should strive to achieve the highest
annual production rate possible, with the goal of maintaining the
450 annual rate recommended by the Committee. This will no
doubt require the Navy to adjust its fIscal year 2005 investment
strategy because the current fiscal year 2005 plan is an annual
production rate of 218 missiles. The Committee does not think it
prudent to negate this 2004 recommended production rate with a
large drop in future production rates and strongly recommends the
Navy adjust its 2005 plan accordingly.
PROGRAM RECOMMENDED
The total program recommended in this bill will provide the fol­
lowing in fiscal year 2004:
140

(00l.LIUUI IJf 'nIOUIMlDaI

BtlDGft
ee-1'n'D
IBOOUT
~.D CKAJkI& ncM RJIQUDT
0'l'Y' MKQII"r
Q'1'Y' AMOUM'I Q'1't UIXDfT
_~ • " • • _'0 _ __ .. _ _ _ _ _ .. _ - -._ - - - - .. - _ -_ - -----.--.-- _-­

wu,POIIS PRClCURDtDl'1'. IrAVY


BALt.!8T1C HISSIL&9

T1JDINT II ..•••••••••.•• , .•.

ElUl'POR'I' EQUIPeSl'f IoHD PAC1L:ruas


" "
KISSll.E IIlI7I1S'tRIAl. nCILITI.IS . 1.J05

TO'noL, B!UoLIs'nc Ja8Sn.BS •.•

0TdJl: M18S.JLU
S'J'JATB01C MISSIIIBS
roHoVIAlfIt •• " •••••..• , •••••••.•• , ••••••••••••••••••••

AFi"OIlI:IA8LB WM»ON. , ., ••.••••


'" 217,518 .., 485.sal .18' +201,DOO

"SM. to, 111,'n4 m 1.12,'7'74

TACTIOL MJ88ILBS
AMRAAM •••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••• 53 31,'48 . 31,'4'

SIDWDmBR ..•••

JSOW •••••••••••••••••••

S1o\M-JlR .
."
U.
:15,818

131 ....

5.,1.5
':1. .....
105 26,81.6

lJl,451.

411,14S
-n -J.D,OOO

-5,000

.," "
STA1'lI:WW IUSS.lLE ••.. 148,301 l48,10'
RAM ••••••••••••••••••••

A.P.IAL TARGETS •••••••••••••...


4.1.315

n,'" " 48.31.5

7t.27S "''7.S00

OTRSR MXSSIL'S 9'UPPOJtT •.••••••••.••...... 10."3' 10. '.3


MODIPICAT1QH or MISSILBS

IVUlMNOOfil , •••••••• , '7,'71'


-'7.71'7

STANDARD IUS'SILSS JIICIJS .•••••• 51),':U: 50.S36

SUPPORT KQUI PIGIBt' ARCJ J'ACILr'2'!8$

tfI!lMlOIlIS Pl'Otl'S'l'RIAL r.\CILITIBS ••• , •• 7,4"]


'7,44)

OIlD1VlRCI SUPPORT IQUtPMIRT


OJmIWICI SQP1qlT 8QUIPMDIT ••••.•••• 15,361

'tOTAL. 0TBl!:. MISSILES •. _ 1,016,0'" 1,201,"6 ~192,11J

TORI'BtlOIS AJItl R.B~'l'BD iQUII"MBII'r


'I'ORnDOl!S MD lUlWrI'R) .QUI P •
UW TARGiTS •.••.••••••••••..•.••••• :lS • .iU 25,&32

HOD 07 7OU8D08S AIm ULA'nD SOUlP


Mr.-4' TOB.PTCDO MODS ••••• _ ••••••• )4,.241 " . it4' +12,000

MI.-4e TClll'lmO MICAI' MODS ••••••. 150,372 '0,3'72

QUICXS'l'RIQ MIW •.•••••••••••• 3,210 3,310


$lIPPOItT!ilQ11:IJ'I'IKIl'T
TORI'BDO SUPPORT SQUIPflDtt ..••• 34,'''31 :n,9U

MIIf ~ SUPPORt ••••••••••••••••• 13.111 15,311

nRS'l':IID.TION' '1'RNlCPOR'I'A'l'tOll
fIRST DBSTtN1.'tlOlQ TRNIBKlllTA'l'IOlf. , •.••.....•• 2.7'76

'rO'lAL, 'rORPlmOJ!S NZD ~TlD BQUIPMBlI'I' •• , .• l'J.183 118,393 +14.500


141
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PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, NAVY AND MARINE
CORPS
Fiscal year 2003 appropriation $1,165,730,000
Fiscal year 2004 budget request 922,355,000
Committee recommendation ,............................................................. 941,855,000
Change from budget request +19,500,000
_ This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition, am­
munition modernization, and ammunition related material for the
Navy and Marine Corps.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
The Committee recommends an appropriation of $941,855,000 for
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps. The fol­
lowing report and project level tables provide a summary of the
Committee's recommendation.
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL CHANGES
[In thol188Ilds of dollars)