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2950 SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT


3000 AD"IKISTAATION •. 664,135 664.135 864,135 864,135

Jo:iO SERVICE.WIDE. CO""UNICATIONS. 623, lO2 628.602 623.102 627,773

3100 MANPOWER HAHAGE"ENT .. 210,'202 210.202 210.202 210,202

3 t 50 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT .• , 198.71S 202,216 202 718 202,216

3200 OTHER SERVICE SUPPORl 707,558 701.558 747,508 742.708

3250 AMY CI.AIltS .. 116,69' 118,891 1 Ul, 691 116,69 1

3300 REAL ESTATE ttANAGEMENT .. 50,173 50,173 50,173 50,173

3350 eASE oPERATIONS SUPPORl ISERVICEWIDE SUPPORT I, .. , ,.. ',194,134 1,ZOO,36'


j4DO FAC SUSTAIN"ENT, RESTORATION & MOERNtzATlON. 260,288 262.288

3550 SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS


3600 INTERHATION.a.L "ILITARY HEADQUARTERS. 207.125 201,125 207.125 207,125
3650 MISC. SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIOt.lS. 58,729 58.129 58,729 58.129

3700 TOTAL. BUODET ACTIVITY 4 •• , 7,424.7150 7.451.200 6.046,278 6.049.524

3705 6ASE OP!RATIONS SUPPORT., 4,964,360

3707 FACILITIES SUSTAINnENT. RESnmATtOhl AND nODERNIZATION. 1,815,176

3710 CL.ASSIFIED PROGRAI1S UNDISTRIBUTED

3711 WCF EXCESS CASH BALANCES ..

3110 nEHORIAl EVENTS .•.

3910 UN06L1GATED BALANCES,.

'060 UNDISTRIBUTED REDUCTIOII",


4081 LEGISLATIVE PROPOSAL NOT AOOPTEO.

40.90 SWA CONDPS. , .

4100 ADI1INISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES.

4110 CIVILIAN PAY OVE.RSTAT~ENT ...

4120 WID CIVIL SUPPORT HAMS.

4180 TOTAL. OPERATION ANO nAINTENANCE, A~Y. 24,95B,842 24.903.992 24.922.949 25,029.346
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ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES
Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:
(In thousands of dollars]
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
250 Modular Lightweight Load-Carrying Equipment
(MOLLE) . 1,800
250 Hydration on the Move System BasiclChemical/Biological 1,000
250 Expandable Light Air Mobility Shelters .. 5,100
250 Clear Water Rinse Facility . 2,000
250 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System (ECWCS) . 3,000
250 Fort Riley Readiness . 1,800
450 SBCT Implementation .. 30,000
550 C4I O&M requirements transferred from OPA .. 22,262
550 Enhance Urbanized Training at Fort Irwin and Support
JNTC Initiatives . 3,000
750 Training and Support Facilities . 6,800
750 Army Worker Safety Program Expansion . 5,100
750 Feasibility Study for Homeland Defense and National Se­
curity Applications at Watervliet Arsenal .. 450
750 Fort Knox University of Mounted Warfare Campus Area
Network infrastructure . 1,200
750 Repave Road to Ammo Facility at Fort Benning . 3,000
750 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l .. 80,110
750 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA-l . 819,604
750 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l . 238,993
750 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l .. 1,194,134
800 Army Chapel Renovation Matching Funds Program . 1,200
800 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA-l .. 6,933
800 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA-l . 61,096
800 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l .. 392,550
800 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l .. 260,288
850 Deployable C4ISR . 1,000
850 Network and IT Infrastructure Capabilities . 7,900
850 PACMERS . 5,800
950 Joint POWIMIA Accounting Command (JPAC) (trans­
ferred to OMN) .. -26,600
950 Northern Edge Realignment of funds (transferred to
OMN) . -2,000
Budget Activity 2: Mobilization:
1200 Quadrangle Containers .. 2,800
1325 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-1 .. -6,933
Budget Activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
1650 Air Battle Captain Program . 1,500
1700 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l . -80,110
1700 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l .. -61,096
1850 Gauntlet Training and Instrumentation Facility Up­
grade, Fort Knox .. 1,000
1850 U.S. Army Engineer School . 2,800
1850 Military Police MCTFT Joint Training .. 1,000
1850 Satel~i~ Communications for Learning (SCOLA) Lan­
19f)Oag~~mA~~ti~-;;.. ·~~~~f~~~ti~~ .. ··Th~i~i~g····i~iti~ti~~~ 2,000
(Flight School XXI) .. 2,500
1950 Civil Rights Education and History . 2,000
2000 Defense Language Institute (DLI) LangNet Project .. 1,000
2000 Military Distance Learning Demonstration . 1,000
2000 Fort Knox University of Mounted Warfare Classroom
Automation Resources . 1,000
2000 Online Technology Training Pilot Program in USARAK 2,500
2050 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l .. -819,604
2050 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA-l .. -392,550
2300 Shakespeare in American Military Communities . 1,000
2350 Online Technology Training Pilot Program at Fort
Lewis . 1,400
2450 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA-l .. -238,993
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Budget Activity 4: Administration and Service wide Activities:
2650 Classified . 15,375
2800 Anny Military Vehicle Batteries .. 1,400
2800 Pulse Technology-Anny Battery Management Program 3,500
. 2800 TACOM electronic Maintenance System .. 1,000
2850 Integrated Digital Environments (IDE) Information Por­
tal . 1,000
2850 Corrosion Prevention and Control Program . 4,800
2850 Field Pack-Up (FPU) System .. 1,800
2850 Skidsteer Loaders .. 6,000
2850 Regional Agile Port Intermodal Distribution (RAPID) .. 1,000
3050 C4I O&M Requirements (transferred from OPAl . 671
3050 Anny Knowledge Online .. 3,500
3050 Anny Knowledge Online Labs in Korea . 500
3150 Servicemembers Benefit Analysis Online (SMBAOnline) 3,500
3200 Anny Conservation and Ecosystem Management . 3,000
3200 Centralized Range Residue Recycling Facility (CRRRF) 1,500
3200 Fort Wainwright CHPP Renovation .. 18,700
3200 Fort Wainwright Utilidor Repair .. 9,000
3200 Rock Island Arsenal Bridge Repairs .. 2,450
3200 Tanana Flats Training Area Cleanup Program . 500
3350 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l . -1,194,134
3400 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l .. -260,288
Undistributed:
3710 Classified Programs .. 177,000
3720 Memorial Events .. 400
3970 Un-obligated Balance . -51,500
4090 Southwest Asia CONOPS Costs . -200,304
4100 Administration and Service wide Activities .. -33,000
4110 Civilian Pay Overstatement . -21,900
4120 WMD Civil Support Teams .. 23,300
REALIGNMENT OF BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (BOS) AND FACILITIES
SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND MODERNIZATION (FSRM) RE­
SOURCES
The conferees concur with Senate Report 108-87 regarding the
realignment of BOS and FSRM resources, which will allow for
more careful management of installation resources and better over­
sight. However, rather than create a new budget activity, the con­
ferees have consolidated Army BOS and FSRM resources in budget
activity one, as detailed in the table above.

SERVICEMEMBERS BENEFIT ANALYSIS ONLINE (SMBA ONLINE)


The conferees have provided an additional $3,500,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Army for a pilot program to implement and
evaluate this unique benefit analysis system. The conferees direct
the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Force Management Policy) to
report on the implementation and benefits of this pilot program,
and submit this report to the congressional defense committees be­
fore presentation of the fiscal year 2005 budget. .
STRYKER BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM (SBCT) IMPLEMENTATION
The conferees have included an additional $30,000,000 only to
provide equipment and fielding of SBCTs, with appropriate consid­
eration given to entities that are located in the same geographical
region as the fielded SBCT, to include analytical and logistics sup­
port.
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RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING
The conferees direct that no less than $6,000,000 of the funds
provided for Operation and Maintenance, Army be used to main­
tain existing production efforts directed toward certain audiences,
including Hispanic recruits.
ARMY WORKER SAFETY PROGRAM EXPANSION
The conferees are pleased with the progress of the Army's safe­
ty initiative underway at Fort Bragg and at the Watervliet Arse­
nal, and encourage the Secretary of the Army to expand the initia­
tive to other Army installations. The conference agreement pro­
vides an additional $5,100,000 in Operation and Maintenance,
Army to enhance and expand the current safety initiative for U.S.
Army civilian and military personnel.
INTEGRATED DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS INFORMATION PORTAL
The conference agreement provides 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 the eBusiness Portal IDE's among all their weapon program
managers and the Army's Research and Development command
structure. The conference agreement also provides an additional
$500,000 in Operation and Maintenance, Army only for AMCOM's
Prototype Integration Facility to expand an IDE environment in
order to streamline rapid prototyping and the airworthiness quali­
fication and release process. The Secretary of the Army shall pro­
vide 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.
ENHANCE URBANIZED TRAINING AT FORT IRWIN AND SUPPORT FOR

JNTC INITIATIVES

The conference agreement provides an additional $3,000,000 in


Operation and Maintenance, Army only to improve training at the
National Training Center, as follows: $750,000 for NTC MOUT
training; $750,000 for NTC training; and $1,500,000 for NTC anti­
terrorism training.
TACONY WAREHOUSE
The conferees agree that of the funds made available in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Army, $10,000,000 be used only to demol­
ish the Army's Tacony Warehouse. The conferees further instruct
the Secretary of the Army to ensure that the reuse of the Tacony
Warehouse site its consistent with proposals outlined in the City
of Philadelphia's North Delaware Riverfront Redevelopment Plan.
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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE. NAVY

The conference agreement on item< addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In thousands 01 do11ers)


Budget House senate Conference

4260 oPERATION AHD MIHTENAHCE, NAVY

4300 BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

4350 AIR OPERATIONS


4400 I1ISSION AND OTHER FliGHT OPERAnONS. 3,26.2.501 3.262,507 3,262.507 3,263.507

4450 FLEET AIR TAAUUNG .. 1,02fi.326 \,025,326 1,025.326 1,025,326

4500 IHTERPIECIATE ItAINTENANCe •.•• 73,961 73,961 73,961 73,S61

4550 AIR OPERATIONS A"C SAFETY SUPPORT. 105.559 105,559 105.559 105,559

4600 AIRCRAFT D£POT PIIAJHTENANCE. 980,138 980,136 980,136 960.136

4650 AIRCRAFT DEPQT OPERATIONS SUPPORT •. SO.725 69.72!5 50 725 59,025

4800 SHIP OPERATIONS


4850 I'1ISSION AAO OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS ••. 2,465,605 2,465,605 2,490,605 2.439.105

4900 SHIP OPEAATIOMAt. SUPPORT ;./IID TRA.1NIHG •..•• 614,525 614,525 614,525 e14,52fi

5000 SHIP DepoT t1AIHTEN,,"Ce ... 3,567,~45 3,567.!Io45 3,5B7,Sll6 3,575,745

5050 SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT .. 1,087,567 1,091.087 1,099,587 1,101,161

5200 COMBAT OPERATIOt.lSJSUPPORT


5250 COMBAT COPllt1UNICATlONS .•• 311.493 362.493 380.493 382.093

~300 eLeCT~tc WARFARE ,. 15,514 15,514 15.~74 15.~74

5350 SPACE S't'!iTEPIIS & SURVEILLANCE .•• .... ... , .. ... .. 126.107 126,107 125,101 125,107

5400 WARFARE TACTlCS ..• 235,237 232.237 238,037 235.037

5450 OPEAATIO.,AL I'IETEOROLOGY & OCEANOGRAPHY .. 257,475 251,475 257,475 257,475

5500 COtlBAT SU~PORT FORCES •• 892,241 864,241 897,241 875.841

55$0 eQUIP"EHT "AIHTEt.lANCE ... 166,033 168.033 166.033 161,433

5600 DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT . 2.7S3 2.73:\ 2.733 2.733


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5750 WEAPONS SUPPORT


'eoo C~UI5E MISSILE. 151,456 151.456 151.456 151,456

5850 FL~ET BALLlSTIC "ISSlLE .. BOG,DSS 808.058 808,058 606,058

5900 IN· SERVICE WEAPONS SYS1E"S SUPPORT J. 44,092 44,092 44,092 44.092

5950 WEAPONS ItAINTUtANCE . 466,425 471.425 4711.425 478.425

6150 NWCF SUPPORT .•• , ••. ................. ~447 •766 ·447,7fi6 -447,765 .4.47,765

8200 BASE SUPPORT


6210 FACILlTIES SUSTAIN"ENT. ~STOAATJ0t4 & I'IODERNIlATICN.. 1,079.723 1,099,723 , ,386,824

6220 B"S'E SUPPORT,. 2,609,334 2,6'8,334 3.246,155


...-........ .. __ ..... __ . -- .......... ...... -.....

6230 TOTAL, BUOOE"T ACTIVI JY 1 ... 20,034,702 20,043.202 16.385,445 21.015.2204

6250 BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION

6300 ReADY RESERVE AND PREPOSITlONING FORCES


6360 SHIP pAEPOSITIONIN(; AND SURGE .. 1506,690 498,990 506,8&0 496,990

6400 ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS
6450 AIRCRAFT ACTIVATIIlHS/lNACTIVATlONS" ... B,217 8.217 8,217 8.217

8500 SHIP ACTIVATIQNSflNAC:TIVATIONS •. ". 167.127 166.127 '",'27 174,127

6550 KOBILIZAnCW PREPAREDNESS


13600 FLEET HOSPITAL PRQGRAft 25,361 25,361 2~,361 25.361

66SQ JNOUSTRrAl READIN£SS 1,702: 1,702 1.70:1 1,702

6700 COAST GUARO SUPPORT. , . 18.137 18,137 16.131 16,137

•• ·.w ••• w ••• ............


• • • • • • • • • • ww •••• w •••••••

67!50 TOTAL, &lKlGET ACTIVHY 2 .. 727.234 718.934 737.234 724.534

6&00 BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

68!50 ACCESSION TRAINING


6900 OFFICER ACQUISITION .• , 116,02:2 116.Q22 116 ,~2 "6.02:2

e9!50 RECRU1T TRAINING .. 9.693 8.693 6,993 8,893

7000 RESERVE OFfICERS TRAINING CORPS. 91.78e 99.288 Sl.788 91.788

7150 BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCEO TRAINING


7200 SPECIAlllED SkIll TRAINING., •.. 383,006 3e9,OO6 Je3,OOe 358.806

7~0 FLIGHT TRAINUIG •• .......... , ... , ..... 441.082 441,082 441,982 44' .982

7300 PROFESSIONAL lJEVElUPftENT EDUCATION .•.• 113,134 113,134 113.134 113.134

7350 TRAINING SUPPORT . 300.643 291,143 300,843 294.443


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7500 RECRUHING, AND OTHER TRAINING Nd) EDUCATION


7550 RECRUIT nil AND ADVERTlSING. 251,507 251.50'1 252,507 252,507

7800 OF.,:'.QUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION, 98,885 100,135 98.88~ 99,665

7650 CIV!lIAfl EDUCATION AND TRAINING •. 70,626 70,828 70,628 70.626

7700 JUNIOR ROlC. 40.333 41,333 42.333 ., .833

7800 BASE SUPPORT


7620 FACILITIES SUSTAINI'lENT. RESTORATION" I'lOOERNIZATION. 201,993 201,993

7830 BASE SUPPORT. 37J,3n 373.377

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

7850 TOTAL. (luDGET ACTIVITY 3, 2.472.19~ 2,0466.241 1,1199,621 1,667.72 1

7;00 BUDGET ACTIVITY 4~ ADI"IN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

7950 SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT


8000 ADItUilSTRAnON .....•. 896,422 896,422 696,422 898,422

8050 EXTEAHAl P..ELATIONS •. 4,028 4,026 4,026 ',026

6100 CIVI LIAN I'lANPCWf,R & PERSONNEL !10T, . 104,V63 104.9«13 104,983 104.963

8150 "ILITARY IWIPCJolER .. PERSONNEL "GT, . 221,170 221,170 221,170 221.170

6200 OTHER PERSONHEL SUPPORT ... 212,060 212,060 2'5,096 2315,660

82M SERVICEWIOE CCl"!1UNICATlONS .• 632.882 634,862 647.182 644,782

6450 LOGISTI,CS OPERATIONS AND T£CHNICAl SUPPCIrr


6500 SERVICEWIOE TRANSPORTATION .• , ••. , 193,045 t93.045 193,045 193.0'6

6550 PLANNINO. ENGINEERING & DESIGN. 301,3e5 290,3tl5 301,365 2fi1D,3tl5

6600 ACQUISITION AND PROORA!'l !'lANAGatEPfT •• , 905,'32 GQe,432 905,432 905,432

8650 AIR SYSTE!1S SUPPORT, . , .. 447,839 '5",139 447.639 447,639

6700 HUU. "ECtlANICAL & ELECTRICAL SUPPORT .. 62,927 63,927 64,427 65.427

8750 COI'mAT IWEAPONS SYSTEItS .•. 40,09J 40.093 '0,093 40,093

8600 SPACE & ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTE!'lS.,. 611,236 tl8,236 86,238 66.236

8950 SECURITY PROGRAHS


0000 SECURITY PROGRAI1S 801,1509 801,5D9 814,859 811,969

9150 SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIQIrlS


9200 INTEAMATIOMAl HDQTRS & AGENCIES, , 10,542 10,542 10,542

9210 BASE SUPPORT


9220 FACILITIES SUSTAIN!'lENT, RESTORATION & 1100ERNIZATION,. 98.106

9230 BASE SUPPORT ...............•. 253,344 257,344

92S(l TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4 5.053,1563 6,0&7,063 4,784,497 4,742,771


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9260 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT •. 3,236,055

9265 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT. RESTORATION ANO ftQOERHlZATJON. , ,379.824

92n WCF EXCESS CASH BALANCES .. -92,500

9440 UNOBlIGATED BALANCES ... ·99.000 -~1 ,500 -99,000

9540 SWA COHOPS . ·75.800 -75.592 -75,592

9550 AO"INISTRATION AHD SERVICfWTDE ACTlvtTlES. -52.000


9!560 PACOPl lllEATER JOINT C4l CAPABILTTY .. 3,000

9750 fOTAL. OPERATION AND MAINTf:HAHCE. NAVY ••.•• . 26.287,e80 2El ,060 ,240 28.183.2El4 28.'46,~5B
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ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES
Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:
[In thousands of dollars)

BUd~~Mct~l:7~Pre:a~~~..~~~~~.: .. 1,000
4650 Navy Depot Production Processes Cycle Time Improve­
ment . 1,000
4650 Simulation Modeling Analytical Support System
(SMASS) . 1,200
4650 Computer Automatic Tester and Radar Communication
Automatic Test Equipment (CAT&RAD COM) .. 5,100
4650 Vertical Ltft .. 1,000
4850 Photonic Sensor Marine Gas Turbine Engine Condition
Based Maintenance . 3,500
5000 Cruiser Modernization (transferred from SCN) . 8,200
5050 Apprentice, Engineering Technician and CO-OP Pro­
gram IMF Bangor .. 1,100
50:amA&bW6iK~y~~rf~~~~.~~ ..~~~~~~~ ~.~~ .. ~~~ ~~: 1,400
5050 Naval Shipyard Apprenticeship Program . 1,700
5050 PHNSY Support . 10,000
5250 Collaborative Information Warfare Network SPAWAR
Charleston . 2,500
5250 Manufacturing Technical Assistance and Production
Program (MTAPP) . 2,100
5400 Warfare Tactics unjustified growth .. -3,000
5400 Northern Edge Realignment of funds (transferred from
OMA, OMAF) . 2,800
5500 Combat Support Forces unjustified growth .. -21,700
5500 Hydration on the Move System Basic/ChemicallBiologi­
cal . 1,000
5500 Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and Hu­
manitarian Assistance . 4,300
5550 Manual Reverse Osmosis Desalinator (MROD) Testing,
Repair and Replacement .. 1,400
5950 Mark-45 5" Gun Depot Overhauls .. 12,000
6210 Pier 3 Restoration at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard . 6,000
6210 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-1 .. 201,993
6210 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-1 .. 98,108
6210 Toledo Shipyard Improvement Plan . 1,000
6220 Critical Asset Vulnerability Assessment, Navy Region
NW . 1,400
6220 Northwest Environmental Resource Center . 4,900
6220 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-1 . 373,377
6220 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-1 .. 253,344
6220 Integrated Safety Management ~ystem Expansion . 2,800
6220 Combating Terrorism Database System (CTDS) .. 1,000
Budget Activity 2: Mobilization:
6350 Ship Prepositioning and Surge unjustified growth .......... -10,000
6350 DeploymentIMobilization Hub Study, New Orleans
NAS/JRB . 300
Bud~:tO~ct~~ f:i1\.~i~l~~~dRe~~iti~g:· .. ···············..·······..········· . 7,000
7200 Specialized Skill Trainin~ unjustified growth . -10,000
7200 Blended Learning Initiative/Specialized Skill Training .. 2,800
7200 Pier-Side Tactical and Simulation Training . 1,000
7350 Training Support unjustified growth . -15,000
7350 Prototype System for Embedded Training and Perform­
ance Sup}>Ort--CNET .. 300
7350 Naval Post Graduate Institute for Service to America .. 4,300
7350 Center for Defense Technology and Education for the
Military Services .. 4,000
7550 Vital Learning RecruitmentlRetention Screening Test
Program . 1,000
7600 Continuing Education Distance Learning .. 1,000
7700 Naval Sea Cadet Corps . 1,500
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7820 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-1 . -201,993
7830 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l .. -373,377
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Servicewide Activities:
8200 Joint POWIMIA Accounting Command (JPAC) (trans­
ferred from OMA) .. 26,600
8250 Mobile UHF DAMA Training Program .. 1,000
8250 Configuration Management Infonnation System (CMIS) 6,500
8250 Navy Critical Infrastructure Protection . 2,200
8250 SPAWAR Infonnation Technology Center .. 2,400
8550 Planning, Engineering and Design unjustified growth .. -11,000
8700 Advanced Technical Infonnation Support (ATIS) . 1,000
8700 Flame Contaminant Detection System (FCDS) .. 1,500
9000 Classified . 10,460
9220 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l . -98,108
9230 Realign BOSIFSRM resources to BA-l . -253,344
Undistributed:
9440 Un-obligated Balance .. -99,000
9540 Southwest Asia CONOPS Costs . -75,592
9550 Administration and Servicewide Activities .. -52,000
9560 PACOM Theater Joint C4 Capability .. 3,000
REALIGNMENT OF BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (BOS) AND FACILITIES
SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND MODERNIZATION (FSRM) RE­
SOURCES
The conferees concur with Senate Report 108-87 regarding the
realignment of BOS and FSRM resources, which will allow for
more careful management of installation resources and better over­
sight. However, rather than create a new budget activity, the con­
ferees have consolidated Navy BOS and FSRM resources in budget
activity one, as detailed in the table above.
NAVAL SHIPYARD APPRENTICE PROGRAM
The conferees have included an additional $1,700,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Navy for the Naval Shipyard Apprentice
Program, bringing total funding for that program to $30,580,000.
The conferees direct the Navy to induct classes of no fewer than
125 apprentices, at each of the naval shipyards during fiscal year
2004. The conferees further direct the Navy to include the costs of
the fiscal year 2005 class of apprentices in the FY 2005 budget re­
quest.
BLENDED LEARNING INITIATIVE/SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING
The conferees agree to provide an additional $2,800,000 only
for the Blended Learning Initiative to build multi-purpose elec­
tronic classrooms capable of delivering Integrated Learning Envi­
ronment content for the United States Navy. Classrooms will incor­
porate traditional platform instruction, synchronous and asyn­
chronous video, teletraining/video, teleconferencing, and web-based
training.
NORTHERN EDGE REALIGNMENT OF FUNDS
The conferees concur with Senate Report 108-87 regarding the
funds for Exercise Northern Edge, and recommend a realignment
of funds into Operation and Maintenance, Navy. After this realign­
ment, a total of $4,700,000 is available in Operation and Mainte­
nance, Navy to support Exercise Northern Edge. For fiscal year
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2005 and subsequent years, the conferees direct the Secretary of
Defense to provide funds in a similar fashion.
CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
The conferees provided an additional $6,500,000 in Operation
and Maintenance, Navy only for the Configuration Management In­
formation System (CMIS). The funding should be used to further
develop a knowledge management approach to maintenance plan­
ning processes using Configuration Management Information Sys­
tem data.
ALAMEDA POINT NAVAL STATION
The conferees are aware that the former Alameda Point Naval
Station is currently being considered as a candidate for early trans­
fer, based on the pending agreement between the Navy and the
City of Alameda for reuse, development, and property preservation.
The conferees are further aware that the Administrator of the EPA
must approve the deferral of the CERCLA covenant. The conferees
believe that early transfer of the land and associated facilities to
the City of Alameda could serve as a model for military base con­
version in an urban environment. Accordingly, the conferees expect
the Secretary of the Navy and the Administrator of the Environ­
mental Protection Agency to work cooperatively to achieve this
early transfer in the most expeditious manner possible.
REPAIR OF MIUTARY SEALIFT COMMAND SHIPS
The conferees are concerned that a disproportionate number of
Military Sealift Command (MSC) ships are being repaired in for­
eign shipyards. The Secretary of the Navy is directed to provide a
report to the congressional defense committees which describes the
Navy's policy for repairing MSC ships in foreign shipyards, ana­
lyzes trends in funding for and level of repair work done on MSC
ships in foreign and domestic yards, and reviews the consequences
of reallocating MSC ship repair work to domestic shipyards. The
report should be submitted no later than April 15, 2004.
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OPERAnON AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In 'tl'lousel'ldl of dollars)


Budget House 5enete Conference

1190D OPERATION AND MAIMTErwlCE. MRINE CORPS

9950 BUDGET ACTIV1TY ,. OPER.'TING FORCES

10000 EXPEOITIONARY' FORtES


10OS0 OPERATIONAL FORCes ... 588,853 598,653 597,653 600,253

10100 FIEUI LOGISTICS .. 320,108 320,108 327,108 3241.6C8

10150 DEPOT ftAINTENANCE ...• 101,439 106 439 \01,439 105.739

'0200 BASE SUPPORT. 912,934 923.93-t 912,9304 922 334

10250 FACILITIES SUSTAINPIENT, RESTOR,nON & "ODERH12ATlON. 498,001 502.507 498,007 501 807

10300 USHC PREPOSITIONING.

10350 MAITlttE ?REPOSITIONING .. 78.i98 78,998 18.996 76.998

10400 NO~...Y PREPOSITIONING 4,035 4,035 4,035 4,035

.. _...............................................

10400 TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY'. 2,502,172 2,532,672 2.518,172 2,535,772

10500 BUDGET ACnvnv 3' TRAINING AND RECRUITING

10550 ACCESSI0~' TRAUlJNG


10800 RECRUIT TRAINING. 10,242 10,242 10.242 10.242

10650 OFFICER ACQUISrTION. 3" 348 3'8 348

10BOO SASIC SKilLS AND AINANCEO TRAINING


10850 SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING .. 41,514 41,5'" 41,514 41,514

10900 FLIGHT TRAINING 171 171 171 171

10950 PROFESSIONAL OEVELOpptfNT eDUCATION .. 8.863 8,8E13 8,M3 8,863

11000 TRAINI NG SUPPORT .. 123.007 120,001 123,007 120.001


110
(In thallund, of dol1ns)
Budget House Senate Conference

11150 RECRUITlHG AND OTHER TRAIN1NG EOOCAlTOH


11200 RECRUITING ANO ADVERTISING,. 115, te1 115, te1 t,S, te7 115,167

11250 OFF·DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCAllOM .. 3~,606 35.606 3~.6Oe 35.606

11300 JUf,l10R ROTC"._ 13,200 13,700 13,200 13,700

11350 eASE SUPPORT ••• , ••. '5' ,071 t~1,011 151.07' 1~' .071

11400 U,ClI.ITUS SU'3TAtMI'IENT, RE.srOAATlOft & "ODERNIZATtQN .. 78.073 78.073 78.073 78,013

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

~ ~

11450 TOTAl. eUDGET ACTIVIT"( 3 . 571,262 574,762 577,262 574,782

11500 BUDGET ACTIVITY 4. ADHrJrf & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

11!550 SEIlIIICEWIOE SUPPORT


11650 SPECIAL SUPPORT .•• 229,485 229.485 229,485 229.'85

11'700 SE~ICEWIDE TJfANSPORTATION. 35,733 35,133 35.733 35,733

11750 AD~lIrfISTRATION .. 39,317 39,371 39,317 39,371

11600 eASE SUPPORT .. '8,991 28,99 1 16,991 215,791

11650 FACIllTlES SUS1Al~EN1, RESTOAATlOH &. "ODERHlZATIOM. 3,636 3.636 3.836 3.636

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

~. ~.

11900 10T~l, 8\lDGEl AcnvlTY 4 32.1.22'2 335,222 327.222 334.012

1201D uNOBLIGA.TED BALANCES .. .. S,700 ",100 ·S,700

1202D ANTI·CORROSIOM PROGRAI'fS .••. _ ',DOO 2.000

120-40 SWA CONOPS ....•••.. , .•.. , •. -1500 -533 .533


_._._._ _._._•••• __.....",.",.,..., ==-""... .,,"'z.....

12300 TOTAL. OPERATION & HAIN, Pl~RINE CORPS .. 3.'08.6&8 3,'40,458 3,-4'8,023 3,440,323
111
ADJUSTMENTS OF BUDGET ACTMTIES
Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:
[In thousands or dollars]
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
10050 Modular General Purpose Tent System (MGPrS) .. 1,800
10050 Hydration on the Move System BasiclChemicallBiologi­
cal .. 1,000
10050 Marine Corps U.S. Made Bayonets .. 3,000
10050 All Purpose Environmental Clothing System (APECS) 3,000
10050 Chern Bio Incident Response Force (CBIRF) . 1,400
10050 Mountain/Cold Weather Clothing and Equipment Pro­
gram (MCWCEP) . 1,400
10100 Corrosion Prevention and Control Program . 2,500
10100 Lightweight Maintenance Enclosure .. 1,000
10100 USMC Albany, MATCOM Life Cycle Management . 1,000
10100 Depot Maintenance of Radar Systems .. 4,300
10200 Training and Support Facilities .. 9,400
10250 Adobe Road Twentynine Palms . 3,800
Budget Activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
11000 Training Support unjusified growth .. -3,000
11300 Marine Corps Junior ROTC Operating Costs .. 500
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Servicewide Activities:
11800 USMC COOP .. 6,800
Undistributed:
12010 Un-obligated Balance .. -5,700
12020 Anti-Corrison Programs .. 2,000
12040 Southwest Asia CONOPS Costs .. -533

MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS SYSTEM UPGRADES


The conferees direct that of the funds made available in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Marine Corps, $3,000,000 be used only for
upgrades to Marine Corps Logistics Systems.
MARINE CORPS TACTICAL SYSTEMS SUPPORT ACTMTY (MCTSSA)

COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT ELEMENT

The conferees direct that of the funds made available in Oper­


ation and Maintenance, Marine Corps, $3,000,000 be used only for
the continuing efforts of the Marine Corps Tactical System Support
Activity (MCTSSA) to build out the combat service support element
of the System Integration Environment.
HMMWVTIRES
The conferees direct that of the funds made available in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Marine Corps, $3,000,000 be used only for
the purchase of HMMWV tires.
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OPERAnON AND MAINTENANCE. AIR FORCE

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as foDows:

(In thou.. nc!l of C101lars)


Budglllt Houl!Il Senatl!! Conference

12450 OPERATION AND MINTENANCE. AIR FORCE


12500 BUDGET ACTlVlr1 1: OPERATING FORCES

125:iO AIR OPERATIONS


12000 PRlMR'f COftS,AT FORCES ..•. 3,496.496 3,504.496 3,532,3Q6 3,526,a96

126'0 P'RI!1AR'f CotlBAT WEAPONS .••.. 331 ,972 331.972 331,972 331,972

12700 CD"BAT EHHANCEMENT FORCES . 332,082 332,062 332,062 332,062

12160 AiR OPERATIONS TRAINI"'G. 1,243,900 t ,226 ,900 ;. ,20,900 1,234,900

12nS DEPOT l1AINTENANCE ..•••.. 1,811.083 1.et1 ,31:1 , ,617 .063 1,617 ,313

12800 COMBAT COIttlUNlCATtDNS 1,350.589 1.350,569 1.351,189 1,351,589

128!iO BASe SUPPORT • 2,260,913 2,260,913 2.260,913 2,260.913

12900 FACILITlES SUSTAIN"ENT. RESTORATIOfrI & PIODERH1ZATJON 936,519 945,831 936,1519 936,!19

129!0 CO"BAT REIATEO OPERATlONS


13000 GLOBAL C3I AND EARLY WARNING .. 976,608 976,608 977,80e 971,808

13050 NAVIGATION/~THE.R SUPPORT ... 181,202 187,202 190,202 189,102

, 31 00 OTHER COPiBA TOPS SUPPQAT PIKJ(;.RAI'lS '97 33' ~97. ~3' '91,:!31 ~97, 331

1:lHiO JCS EXERCISES., .•..•• , ••• .. 3fi.&43 35,543 34,743 34,1"13

, 3200 I'tANAGE"ENT I OPERAT10NAL HEADQuARTERS, 213.ooe 218,088 215,088 218,7156

132S0 T"CT1CA.l INTEL ANO OTHER SPf:ctAl ACTlV1Tlf:S .. 223.946 223,946 223.946 223.946
113
(In thousands of dolhrs)
Budget Houle Senllte Conference

13300 SPACE' OPERATIONS


13350 LAUNCH FACILITIeS •••. 321,829 321.829 321.329 321,829

'3.. 00 LAUNCH VEHICLES .. 67.232 67,23' 87,232 67,232

13450 SPACE CONTROL SYSTEt1S .•.. 242,294 2042,:lP4 242,294 242.294

13500 SATELLITE SYSTEI'IS .. 57.0046 51,0046 57.046 51,046

13550 OTHER SPACE oPERATIONS 243.778 229,778 243.718 233,778

'3800 BASE SUPPORT •. 588,936 586,938 666.938 1586,9313

13860 FACILITIES SUSTAINKENT. RESTORATION & HOOERHIlATJON .. 148.406 1<18,"08 U8,406 US,40B

......... -...... __ ........ -.. -...................

13700 TOTAL. BUOGET ACTIVITY 1 .. 15,850,755 15,6"2,111 15,693.055 15.873,805

13750 BUDGEl ACTIVITY 2; I'tOlllLIZA7ION

13800 ftOSILITY OpeRATIONS


13860 AIRLlFT OPERATIONS. 2,167,958 2.167.956 1,967,95& 2, 167 ,9~6

13900 AIRLIFT Of'EAATIONS C3I. 3e,756 38,758 36,758 36,758

13PSO tKlBIl.IlATION PREPAREDNESS 172,134 172,134 172,134 172,13<4

13975 DEPOT ItAINTENAACE,. 381.821 361.521 361,521 361,521

1<1000 PAVPtENTS TO TRANSPORTATION BUSINESS AREA .. -110,006

1<4050 BASE SUPPORT. , . 51<1,123 814,123 514,123 514,123

14100 FACILITIES SUSTAIMtENT, RESTORATION & IWDERNlZATION. 200,836 200,836 200,836 200,638

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

14150 TOTAL, GUDGEl ACTIVI'N 2" •. 3 ,"53,330 3,453,330 3.143,324 3,453,330

14200 BUDGET ACTIVIlY 3: 'TRAINING ANO RECRUITING

14250 ACCESSION TRAINING


14300 OFFICER ACQUISITION,. 67,783 87,763 67,763 67,763

14350 RECR.UIT TRAINtltG 8,112 8,112 8 112 6,112

14400 RESERVE OFFICER. TRAINING CORPS IROTC)" 62,586 82,586 82,586 82.586

14450 BASE SUPPORT CACADEI'lI ES ONLY) " , ••. 6&.862 68,662 68,682 68,682

14600 FloC SUSTAINltENT, R£S10RATION 10 rmOERIUZATIOW,. 75,337 75.337 75,337 79.737

14!5!50 BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCEO TRAINING


14600 SPECIALIlEO SKIl.L TRAIHING .. 32",067 324.067 324,067 324,067

14880 P'LlGtlT TRAINIMi 675,173 675,173 675,173 675,113

14700 PROFESSIONAl. DEVELDPKENT EOliCATIOt.l"., 154,978 1!S1,978 155,978 152,978

1'47$0 TRAINING: SlJPP!lJ\r.. 92,852 92,652 S8,6ti2 95,452

14175 DEPOT I'lAIHTENANCE. , 8,4&1 8,"81 8,461 8.461

1<1600 BASE SUPPORT (OTHER TRAINING}." 529.883 529.883 529,683 529,C!l63

'4&50 FAC SUSTAI""ENT, R£STORATIOH I HooERHIZAT1QH ... 167,D!i0 187.~0 167,050 167,050
114
(In thouunds of dDllars)
Budget House Senate Conhrence

14900 FtECFtVITIMG, AND OTHER TRAINING AfriO EDUCATION


14950 RECRUITING AfliD ADVERTISING .. 150.744 150.7« 150.14<1 150,H4

15000 EXAAINING .•. 3,103 3,103 3,103 3,103

15050 OFF DUlY AMO VOLUNTARY EDUCATIcm., 114,240 114,2"0 114,240 "4,240

15100 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AMO TRAINING .. 133,708 126,706 133.700 129.706

15160 JUNIOR RaTe ••.•. 43,"'3 43,413 43,,413 .43,"'3


....................................... __ .......
16200 TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3. 2,897.730 2,887,730 2,702,730 2,698,930

1525D BUDGET AC1rVITY ... AOIUN & SERVICEWIOE ACTIVITIES

15300 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS

15350 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS.


965,075 910,075 865,075 967.575

15400 TECHNICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIeS.


409,1112 .. 11 ,392 409.392 414,842

Hi"50 SERVICEWIOE TRAHSPORTATIOM .•..••..


24fl,D64 240,064 243,064 242.664

15475 OEPOT NAINTENANCE ..


130,930 130.930 130,830 130.930

15500 BASi SUPPORT


1.012,612 1,082,612 1,082,812 1.082.812

15550 FACILITIES SUSTAIN"ENT, RESTORATI~


& NOOER.lnZATIOM .. 241,201 241,201 241,201 241,207

15600 SERVICEWIoE ACTIVITIES

15850 ADNINISTRATION ....... , , ....


234,310 2)4,310 2046,370 245.010

15100 SERVIC~IOE COf1tnJUCATIOHS ..


347,528 341.523 3041,528 347.528

15160 PERSONNEL PROGRAMS ..


213,901 213,901 214.401 214.401

1~800 RESCUE AND RECOVERY SERVICES ...


121,063 121,063 125.5113 1204,1113

'\5900 ARKS CONTROL ..


33,640 33.640 33,640 33,840

16950 OTHER SEIl.VICEWIOE ACTIVITIES ...


879,117 679,177 879,177 679.177

16000 OTHfR PERSONNEL SUPPORT ....


34,655 34,855 34,655 34.655

18050 CIvIL AIR PATROL COOPORATIO'. ..


21,432 21.432 21,432 21,432

16100 6ASE SUPPORT. .


2V8.750 300,500 299,750 300,500

18150 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT. RESTORATION & NODERHIZATlOW., 11,0\1 11,011 11.011 11,011

16200 SECURITY PROGIWlS


16250 SECURITY PROGRA"S .... gOl,594 901,194 909,e904 903,894

16300 SUPPORT TO OTIlER NATIONS


16350 INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT. 18,615 18,615 18,815 18,lit5
. .. .... ,. - _.'." .- ...- ... -_...
~ ~ ".' -- ..... - _. _.
18400 TOTAl.. BUDGET ACTIVITY .4 5,992,116 15,993,366 6,014.116 8.013,518
115
lIn thousand' of do1\ars)
Budget l10use Senato Conference

1840B WCF EXCESS CASH BALANCES ••• .114,000

16600 THREAT REPRESEMTATION AND VALIDATION (TUV) 1,500 1,100

16620 INFORPtATION ASSURANCe INITIATIVE. .••. \.500 1,100

16630 U"lOBl..lGATEO BA.LANCt:S .• , -13,500 -17,600 .17' ,600

16700 SWA COMOPS .•..•.. -707' ,600 -7'07,550 .707,6&0

16710 ADtHHlSTRATlON AND SEAVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES .•. .45,000 -30,000

16720 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT _300,000 .1SO,OOO

Hi7'30 CIvIl..IAN PAY ()','ERSTATE~EN1 ·31,.00 -15,700 -37.600


167.0 DEPtO PROJECTS FOR CONTRACTORS EI'lPl..OYING PERS WJI)ISABll.. 2.000 1,.00

16750 JOINT PERSONNEl.. RECOV'C.RV AGENcY .. ~ ,000 2.800

16760 FEASIBIl..ITY STUDY' OF BIENNtA.l INTERNATIONAl.. AIRSHOW .. 1.000 1,000

1677'0 PEOPLE 1'lOVER .• !lOll

16910 TOTAL, 05", AIR FORCe 27,193,001 2S.669,O~3 26.698.375 2li,904 731
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ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES
Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:
[In thousands of doIlars)
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
12600 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System (transferred
to OM,ANG) . o
12600 Hydration on the Move System BasiclChemicallBiologi­
cal . 1,000
12600 F-16 Distributed Mission Training: Night Vision Gog­
gle Enhancement . 4,300
12600 B-52 Attrition Reserve .. 25,100
12750 Air Operations Training efficiencies in contract sup-
-10,000
t~~gg ·tr~~~iil~fJ·~~ii~~~j~~1~·t:iifin~~~~::~~~~~~~
.
ment Application
1,000
250
12800 11th Air Force Server Consolidation . 1,000
12900 Super Typhoon Pongsona Recovery .. 2,000
12900 Replace Fire Alarm System Base-wide, Columbus AFB
(transferred to OPAF) .. o
13000 Eagle Vision Program .. 1,000
13050 University Partnership for Operational Support
(UPOS) . 2,500
13150 Northern Edge realignment of funds (transferred to
OMN) . -800
13200 Management Support for Air Force Battle Labs .. 4,300
13200 Langley AFB Visitor Center . 1,400
13550 Other Space Operations-limit growth in management
headquarters . -10,000
Budget Activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
14500 Repair Airfield Pavement, Auxiliary Field, Columbus
AFB . 3,400
14500 Sanitary Sewer System Repair, Phase 3 Columbus
AFB :.. 1,000
14700 Professional Development Education unjustified
growth .. -3,000
14700 Western Governors University .. 1,000
14750 Simulations Training for Integrating DoD WMD and
Civilian Response Systems . 2,800
15100 Civilian Education and Training unjustified growth .. -4,000
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Servicewide Activities:
15350 LogisticB-S~BtemB Management and Retrieval Tech­
nology (L-SMART) Information System . 2,500
15400 Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center
(AFOTEC) IT Infrastructure and Training . 1,000
15400 Wear Debris Data Repository .. 4,250
15450 Hickman AFB Alternative Fuel Vehicle Program .. 2,600
15650 E~elson j\FB Utilidor Repairs . 9,000
15650 Nikolski Power House Clean-up .. 1,700
15750 Elmendorf AFB Community Center Enhancements .. 500
15800 Joint Combined Aircrew Tester . 1,000
15800 MBU-201P Oxygen Mask .. 2,100
16100 William Lehman Aviation Center .. 750
16250 Security Programs . -4,000
Undistributed:
16600 Threat Representation and Validation (TR&V) .. 1,100
16620 Information Assurance Initiative for Air Force Materiel
Command . 1,100
16630 Un-obligated Balances .. -17,600
16700 Southwest Asia CONOPS Costs . -707,550
16710 Administration and Servicewide Activities .. -30,000
16720 Base Operations Support . -150,000
16730 Civilian Pay Overstatement . -37,600
16740 Demonstration Projects for Contractors Employing
Persons with Disabilities .. 1,400
16750 Joint Personnel Recovery Agency .. 2,800
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16760 Feasibility Study of Biennial International Air-Trade
Show . 1,000
16770 People Movers .. 500

FEASIBILITY STUDY OF BIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL AIR-TRADE SHOW


The conference agreement provides an additional $1,000,000 in
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force only to provide assistance to
a community, to be selected by the Secretary of Defense, for ex­
penses of a study by that community of the feasibility of the estab­
lishment and operation of a biennial international air-trade show
in the area of the community, and to support initial implementa­
tion of the international air-trade show. The conferees expect that
a competitive process will be used to select the community, and
that preference will be given to communities that already sponsor
an air show, have demonstrated a history of supporting air shows
with local resources, and have a significant role in the aerospace
community.
F-16 SIMULATOR MOTION UPGRADE PROGRAM
The conferees have provided an additional $1,000,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Air Force, to be used only for phase 1 inte­
gration and testing of a pneumatic tactical motion control system
for the ACES II ejection seat in the F-16 Mission Training Center.
PEOPLE MOVERS
The conferees have provided an additional $500,000 in Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Air Force, to be used only to purchase 50
self-balancing, non-tandem, wheeled individual transportation de­
vices to evaluate military utility of such devices at Tinker Air Force
Base for a variety of military functions.
CONTAMINANT AIR PROCESSING SYSTEMS
The conferees commend the Air Force for standardizing mis­
sion critical equipment that allows Air Force personnel to be effec­
tively processed after contact with biological, chemical or nuclear
agents. The conferees encourage the Secretary of the Air Force to
purchase contaminant air processing systems and related compo­
nents to ensure all Air Force installations are standardized in this
methodology and equipment.
118

OPERAnON AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE

The conference agreement on the items addressed by either

the House or the Senate is as follows:

(1n thou5ltnds 01 dollar$)


&Idglt Hou'. Sensu Conferel'lCfI

1Sg30 OPERATION A1'lD ~IHTENANCE. DEFENSE-WIOE

HOOD BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES


11050 JOINl CHIEFS OF STAFF. 420,036 410,036 420,036 413,036

11100 SPECIAL DPEM.TlONS COMMAND. 1,851.t133 , .654,833 , ,874,999 1,877.899


........................ --"'.-'.- ..

17150 TOTAL. eUDGET ACTIVITY 1 .• 2.271.569 2.254,589 2,295,035 2,292,735

17200 BUDGET ACTIVITY 2' 110BILILATIOH


17230 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY "9.991 49,99~ 49,991 ""UJ91

17330 BueGET ACTJVITY 3. TRAINING AND RECRUITING

17375 AMERICAN FORCES INFORHATl(W SERVICE .•


14,005 '''',00'' 14,005 14,005

17400 ClASSJFtl;D PROGRAI1S


3.038 3.058 3,038 3,058

17460 DEFE~SE ACCUISITION UNIVERSITY .•


101,6~ 104,695 101.695 104.295

17465 DEFENSE CONTRACT AUOH AGENCY •.


6,517 5,517 S.617 5,517

"7.80 DEFENSE HUHAH RESOURCES AClIVJTY ....


36.262 42,762 35,262 42,762

17490 DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE.


7,173 7.173 7, ~ 73 7,17.1

17510 DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY"


4,796 .,798 4.ne 4,196

17600 SPECIAL OPEAA,TIONS COKKANO,


92,646 92.646 92,646 92,646

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

1785Q TOTAL, IIUDGET ACTIVITY 3,. 264,152 21" ,6l!i2 284,152 274,252

17100 BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADI'IIN I SERVICEWIOE ACTIVITIES

1712~ MERICAH FORCES INFORHATIO" SERVICE.


106,261 106,261 105.261 105,261

177l!i0 CIVIL l'lilITAAY PROGRMS,.


99,030 99,030 09,030 10~1.030

17775 CLASSIfIED PROGRNlS.,.


6,1811,178 6,6SO,02e 6,880,726 6,686 346

17800 DfFE"SE CQNTRACT AUOIT AGENC" ,


359,011 359,011 '351J,01' 359,011

11625 DEFENSE CONTRACT MAHAGEHENT AGENCY .. "


1,008,908 1 ,006.908 1 ,006,906 1,008,90e

17860 DEFENSE Fr~ANCE AND ACCOU~TJ~G SERIIICE.,


1,659 , ,858 1,659 , .659

,1875 DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY


276,802 279,802 216,802 276.802
119
(1n thousands of dollars)
bUdget Houae Serlste Conference

17900 DEFENSE INFORrtATION SYSTEPlS AGEtlCY, 1,129.876 1,072,171 1.037.771 1,037.771

17926 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY •. 2&9.7U 245,013 259,713 245,013

17950 DEFENSE LEGAL SERVICES AGENCY ••. 17 ,7!!i7 17.757 17,751 17 ,767

17975 OEPARTHEIfT OF DEFUSE OEPENDE~TS EDUCATION •. 1.898,07& 1,733.475 1 704,57& 1.732,!57~

18000 DEFENSE POW fI'lISSr,.G PERSONS OFFICE 15,&00 15.800 15,800 15,800

18025 DEFeNSE SeCURITY COOPERATION i\GIENCY. Zfl4.787 64,767 84,767 64.767

lS0llia DEFENSE SECURIN SERVICE .. 200.054 167.554 200.05. 167,55.

16075 DEFENSE THRE~T REDUCTION AGENcY •. 291,245 290,190 291. 246 290,1g0

18100 OFFICE OF ECC!MOtUC ADJUSTHENT. '4.,05 45,80S 38,855 60.905

18125 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE. 712,567 ~1.288 732,557 629,6Sfl

1fl150 SPECIAL OPERATIONS tQ~tlAND. 61,932 81,932 8' ,932 61,932

;6200 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF _. 234,498 237,498 234,486 237,996

18225 WASHINGTcm H£ADQUARTERS SE.RVItES, 4(15,500 405,500 .405,500 405.500

lfl250 DEFENSE TECHNOlOGY SetURli"l' ADftINIS1RATION, ... 20,396 20,3iS 20,396 20,395
............. _- .... -.......................... -.

16950 TOTAl., BUDGET ACTIVITY 4 ..... , . 13,986,1)6 13,500.243 13,634,826 13,1574,863

19010 l!'tPACT Ala. ..... 315,000 30,000 30.000

19015 ItlPACT AID FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES .. 5,000 5.000


=ll'===-~"'._ ••••--._••• =1lI1Q:ll'O::=,",S== ~==ll'IlI.II._O::IlI

194~ TOTAL, OPERATIOtt & tlAtH. OEFeNse·W1DE .. 18,570.&47 16,124 ..4155 18.219,006 tt$,226 ,841
120
ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES
The adjustments to the budget activities for Operation and
Maintenance, Defense-Wide are shown below:
fIn thousands of dollars]
Budget Activit)' 1: Operating Forces:
17050 TJS-Combating Terrorism Readiness Initiative Fund -5,000
17100 SOCOM-Hydration on the Move System
BasidChemicallBiological , . 1,000
17100 SOCOM-Knowledge Superiority for Transitional
Warfighter Project (continuation only) . 1,700
17100 SOCOM-COCOM's TSOCs and CENTCOM CRE .. 15,406
17100 SOCOM-DNW/OSW/ODS Conops .. -15,406
17100 SOCOM-SOCOM Flying Hour Program .. 23,466
Budget Activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
17460 DAU-Distance Learning and Performance .. 2,600
17480 DHRA-Joint Advertising Market Research and Stud­
ies Program . 7,500
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Servicewide Activities:
17750 CMP-Challenge/Starbase .. 5,000
17750 CMP-Innovative Readiness Training Program .. 5,000
17775 Classified Programs . -101,832
17800 DISA-ONW/OSW/ODS Conops .. -57,105
17800 DISA-Excessive Growth . -35,000
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 .. 1,000
17975 DODEA-Lewis Center for Educational Research . 3,000
17975 DODEA-Family Advocacy Program .. 22,000
17975 DODEA-Technology Training in Military Schools
(only to provide DODEA teachers and administrators profes­
sional development training in classroom technology) .. 500
17975 DODEA-Professional Development Project for DoDEA
(only for improving instruction for students with Dyslexia) ... 1,200
17975 DODEA-DoDEA Mathematics and Technology Teach­
ers Development . 1,000
17975 DODEA-Galena IDEA Distance Learning Program .. 5,000
18025 DSCA-Counterterrorism Training and Equipment .. -200,000
18050 DSS-Program Justification .. -12,500
18075 DTRA-ONW/OSW/ODS Conops . -1,056
18100 OEA--George AFB .. 3,400
18100 OEA-Norton AFB .. 3,400
18100 OEA-Bayonne Military Ocean Terminal . 4,200
18100 OEA-Cecil Field .. 1,200
18100 OEA-Charles Melvin Price Support Center .. 1,000
18100 OEA-CCAT .. 4,500
18100 OEA-March Joint Powers Authority-Arnold Heights
Reuse Project . 1,000
18100 OEA-Hunters Point Naval Shipyard .. 2,200
18100 OEA-Asbestos Removal at Eaker AFB . 250
18100 OEA-UCHSe-DCH Fitzsimons Medical Center .. 6,000
18100 OEA-Hangar Renovation at Griffis AFB .. 500
18100 OEA-McClellan AFB Remediation . 4,900
18100 OEA-Port of Anchorage Intermodal Marine Facility
Project . 5,000
18100 OEA-Environmental Study of the former NlKE Mis­
sile Site . 250
18100 OEA":-David's Island Fort Slocum Remediation .. 1,500
18100 OEA-Fibers Cleanup .at Front Ro;yal .. 6,000
18100 OEA-Knollwood SpeCIal Care Umt .. 1,500
18125 OSD--Public Affairs .. -10,000
18125 OSD--Information Support to SOILIC . -13,000
18125 OSD--Net Assessment .. -5,000
18125 OSD--Office of Force Transformation .. -1,200
18125 OSD--OSD Contract and Support . -10,000
121
18125 OSD--PA&E Long Range Planning .. -2,579
18125 OSD--Base Information System . -10,000
18125 OSD--C4I Program Growth .. -30,000
18125 OSD--AT&L Program Growth .. -30,000
18125 OSD--Middle East Regional Security Program . 1,400
18125 OSD--Study on Internet and Wireless Technology .. 1,000
18125 OSD--Arctic Military Environmental Cooperation Pro­
gram . 2,500
18125 OSD--Command Information Superiority Architec­
tures . 1,000
18125 OSD--Export Control Information to Foreign Coun­
tries . 1,400
18125 OSD--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
18125 OSD--Asia-Pacific Regional Initiative .. 14,000
18125 OSD--Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
(ESGR) . 2,000
18125 OSD--Information Assurance Scholarship Program . 2,100
18125 OSD--Dedicated Fiber Optic Network .. 1,500
18125 OSD--OSD/CSIS Beyond Goldwater-Nichols Study . 1,000
18200 TJ8-NDU XXI .. 2,500
18200 TJ8-NDU Technology Pilot Program . 1,000
Undistributed:
19010 Impact Aid .. 30,000
19015 Impact Aid for Children with Disabilities .. 5,000

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM


The conferees agree to provide an additional $22,000,000 for
the Department's Family Advocacy Program (FAP). These funds
are to be used for the activities described under this heading in
House Report 108-187. Of the additional amount provided for FAP,
the conferees direct that $900,000 be available to initiate the Na­
tional Domestic Violence Hotline Awareness, Intervention, and Pre­
vention Campaign in the military services.
BEYOND GOLDWATER-NICHOLS STUDY
The conferees agree to provide $1,000,000 to the Office of the
Secretary of Defense to support the comprehensive review of the
management organization and procedures of the Department of De­
fense, to include the interagency process for pre- and post-conflict
coordination, otherwise known as the "Beyond Goldwater-Nichols"
study.
WOMEN IN MILITARY SERVICE IN AMERICA
The conferees urge that $500,000 of the funds under the head­
ing "Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide", be made available
for the Women in Military Service for America Memorial Founda­
tion.
OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ADJuSTMENT
The conferees have transferred Environmental Study of
Former NIKE Missile Site, David's Island Fort Slocum Remedi­
ation and Fibers Clean-up Front Royal to the OEA account within
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide.
122

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE

The conference agreement on jtem~ addressed by either the House or the

Senate is as follows:

(In thousand_ of dollSr&)


Budget House $enete Conference

19500 OPERATiON ANO ~AIMTENAI'lCE. MI1V RESERVE.

19510 BUOOET ACTIVrTV 1: OPERATING FORCES

1952.0 LAND F~CES


19530 OIVISION FORCES. 14,191 14,791 21,791 18.991

195AO CORPS COI1BAT FORCES .. ,


315.798 35,798 35,796 35,798

19550 CORPS SUPPORT FORCES.


J09,462 309.462 309.462 309,462

, 9~O ECHELQIrII ASOVE CORPS FORCES .... "." .• , ••.


'315,342 135.342 135,342 135,342

19570 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT.


467,097 467,097 412.097 472.097

19630 lAND FORCES READINESS

19640 FORCES REAOUIESS OPERATiONS SUPPORT .. ,


122,020 122,020 122,020 122,020

19650 LANO FORCES SYSlEI'l RE~IN£SS ....


59.846 59,848 59.846 59,&46

19860 OEPOT I1AINTENANCE


62.9'7 62,947 62,947 82,947

19670 LAliO FORCES READINESS SUPPORT

19660 SASE SUPPORT , .•• , , •.


323,592 417.392- 323,592 363.592

19890 FACILITIES sUSTAINKENT, RESTORATION Ii !'IODERNIZAlION.


162,079 182.079 H!2,079 162,079

19700 ADOITIONAL ACTIVPIES ...


3.672 3,IHZ 3.672 3,672
....... __ ... ............ ............ ............
'\9900 TOTAL, BUDGET ActIVITY 1 1,716,848 1,810,446 1,728.646 1,765,846

19950 BUDGET ACTIVITV ~: AD"IN & SERVICEWIDE ACiIVITIES

19960 AO!'IINISTRATION Ma SER'VICE\I!IDf Al::'TIVITlES


19960 AOKINISTRATION •. 47,714 47,714 47.714 47,714

19990 SEINICEWIOE COtt"UNICATIotlS. 37,662 37.862 37,662 37.662

20000 PERSONNELIFIAANCIAl AOf1ItlI (IIANP~ER !'IGT). 47,092 47,092 47,092 47.092

20010 RECRUITING "'"0 ADVERTISING 102,695 102,695 102,695 102,695

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


~

2007.5 TOTAl., BUDGET ACTIVITY 4, . 235.363 235,383 235,363 23S,363


--~-------~-.--~----- ----------------

123
(In thousands of dol1urs)
Dudllet House senate: Conference

20180 ALL TERRAIN ttIL1TARY UTILITY VEHICLES 4,500

20190 MILITARY TECHNICIANS COST AVOIDANCE .•• ·23,000 -7.000


20200 CONTROL\.l:D HUMIDITY PROTECTION •.. ',000 3,400

20210 SOF1'\lARE ENGINEERING INStITUTE.. 1.000

20700 tOTAL, OPERATIOH AND I'!.AINTENANCE. AMY RESERVE...... 1.962.009 2.D31.309 1.964.009 t,998.609
--- ----_._-~. - - - - - - - ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - ~ ~ - -

124
ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES
Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:
[In thousands of dollars]
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
19530 Extended Cold Weather Clothin~ System . 4,200
19570 All Terrain Military Utility VehIcles .. 4,000
19570 Equipment Storage Site Initial Operation .. 1,000
19680 Base SupportlUnfunded Requirements . 40,000
Other Adjustments:
20190 Military Technicians Cost Avoidance .. -7,000
20200 Controlled Humidity Protection . 3,400
20210 Software Engineering Institute . 1,000

CONTROLLED HUMIDITY PROTECTION


The conferees recommend $3,400,000 above the budget request
for implementation of the Controlled Humidity Protection program
for critical equipment storage. Of the funds provided, $1,700,000 is
only for the U.S. Army Reserve 9th Regional Support Command.
125
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE. NAVY RESERVE

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or the

Senate is as follows:

(In thou.. nd. of dollef.)


Budget Houl. Semite Conference

208150 OPERATJON AND MAINTENANCE, NAW RESERVE

20900 BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

20950 RESERV~ AIR OPEIlATJONS


21000 "ISSIO" AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS .•. 411,743 417,1413 417143 417 ,143

21100 INTERMEDIATE ""rNTENANCE •.. '8,464 16,481 16,484 HL4tl4

211M AIR OPERATION Nil0 SAFETY SIJPPQRT ... 2.16e 2166 2.1se 2,166

21200 AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE. 138,136 138,1315 138,13:5 138,135

21251> AIRCRAFT OEPOT CPS SUPPORT ••. 3.2 >62 3.2 362

21400 R£SERVE SMlP OP£ltATlONS


2t450 MISSION AHO OTNER SHIP OPERATJONS,. 67.211 61,211 81,21' 61,211

21500 SHIP OP£AATIOMAl !.uPPORT AHO TAAIKIMQ .. 537 537 537 537

21800 SHIP DEPOT f'IAINTEHANCE •. 83,571 83,571 83.511 83.571


21850 SHIP DEPOr OPERATIONS SUPPORT ••..•. 3,440 3.440 3,4'0 3.440

21700 RESERVE COf'lBAT OPERATIONS SUPPORT


21800 CO/18AT SUPPORT FORCt.s .... £6,341 6!5,:J41 66,341 66,341

219150 RESERVE \frIEAPl)NS SUPpoRT


22000 WEAPONS HAINTENAHCE' .. 5,S44 5,S4l4 5,544 5,544

22020 BASE SUPPORT


22030 FACILITIES SUSTAINHENT, RESTORAnON & t'IODERNlZAnOIl1 .. 61,92& el,929 61,929 61,929

22040 BASE SlIPPeRT •. 131,109 131.109 131,109 131,109

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


22090 TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1. 993,5&41 993.5"4 994.5fi4 994,5e4
126

(In thol,jS8~d5 of dOllars)


Budget Hou.se Sehete Conference

22100 BUDGET ACTIVITY 4- ADf'lIN & SfRVIC6lIOE ACTIVITIES


22HiO M»U"'ISTRATlON AM{) SERVICEWIOE ACTIV1TlES
22200 ADtlINISTRA.TION 12,seO 12,560 12.56D 12,560

22250 CIVILIAH l'IAHP(WER & PERSONNEl. •• 2.289 2,2611 2,2811 2,269

22:WO I1ILITARY !1AHPOWER & Pf~NNEL .. , •. 36,276 36.276 36.278 36.276

22)5() S£RVTCEWlOE COM"UNICATIONS .. 120.133 120,7~~ 120.733 120.733

22<100 CO"BAT/WEAPONS SYSTEPI •.••.•

22.60 OTHER SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT" ..

22600 TOTA'I.. BUDGET ACTIVITY •. , ,


5,665

.5.
178.351
5.665

'5'
176.351
5,666

B'.
.. -.. _.. -....
118,351
"-" ..
...
!i,665

"'"
118,357

=.="'-=..... =,.'" ........ _11.~ ==~=== ••••• _II"II=l::E:=l::~

23150 TOTAL, OPERATION & "AIH, NAVY RESERVE. 1 ,171 ,021 , ,171,92t 1.172.921 1,112,921
- - - - -------------

127

ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

Adjustment to the budget activities is as follows:

[In thousands of dollars]


Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
21800 Littoral Surveillance System SCIF 1,000
128
OPERAnON AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS RESERVE

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or the

Senate is as follows:

(In t"houlUIndo of dollars)


BUdget. HOUle senate canfel"'ence

'21300 OPERATION AND MlkTENMICE. "C RE:S[RVE

23350 BUOGET ACTIVITY 1: OPEM.TING FORCES

23400 MISSION FORCES


2)4liO OPERATING FORCES, . 81,261 81.281 61,281 61.26~

2:J!JOO DEPOT HAINTENANC£ •. 10,231 10,231 10.231 to.231

23550 BASE SUPPORT .. 33,621 33,621 33,621 33.621

23600 TRAINING SUPPORT,. '.' . 2!.953 2f5 , 953 25,953 25.053

23650 FACILITIES SUSTAINt'lENT, RESTORATION & ,.OOERN]ZATION . B,770 8.770 e.770 a.77o
.. _. __ .. _-.- .. _-_ ...... - .... '._' .. _' ........ -_ ..

23700 TarAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1. 139.838 139,B36 139.896 139.B36

23750 BUDGET ACTIVITY 4' AD1'\IN & SERVICEWID£ ACTIVITIES

23800 ADlUlUS1RATI0t4 AND SERVICEWIDE ACllVlTIES


23850 SPEcrAL SUPPORT 8.958 8,gee 8,958 6,986

23900 SERVICEWIOE TJWiSPORTATJOH.


". .,. .,.
23960 ADtUNISTRATIOH. 9,721 9,721 9.'721 9,721

24000 BASE SUPPORT .. 8,701 6,701 8 701 8,701

24050 RECRUITING AHO ADVERTISING. 8.160 8.160 8,180 8,160

24100 TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4. 34,118 34,116 34, '16 34. "6

24600 TOTAL O&H, HARINE CORPS RESERVE .. 173,952 t73,952 173,952 173.962
129
OPERAnON AND MAINTENANCE. AIR FORCE RESERVE

The conference agreement On item:; addressed by either the House or the

Senate is as follows:

Un thOuSBnd. of dollar.)
BudGet Houaa Sen8te Conference

247&0 OPERATION AND HAINTEMAHCE, Af RESERVE

24800 BUOOH ACTIVIT)' l' OPEAATING FORCES

2.04850 AIR DPERATIOltS


2.04900 PRlHAJr( COMBAT FORCES. 1,351,819 1,351.819 1,351,819 1,.151,8H~

2-4geOtllSSIONSUPPORTOPE~TIOHS
•• ,. 89,058 89.OS8 69,058 69.~6

24970 OEPOT l'tAINTENANCE.,. 319,109 319,109 3'9,109 319,109

25000 BASE SuPPORT.. . . 61,783 61,783 81 ,783 61,763

25050 FACILITIES SUSTAINfIIENT, RESTORATION II .PtODI1RHIZATJON... 272,603 272,603 272,603 272,603

25150 TOTAL. BUDGET ACTI\'ITY t. 2,074.372 2,074,372 .,074,372 2,074,37.

25200 BUOOET ACTIVITY 4: ADIUN I SERV!CEWIO£ ACTIVITIES

252.50 AO.PtINISTRATIOH ANO SERVICEWIOE ACTIVITIES


26300 AOHINISTRATION ., •..•. 59,13:8 59,1313 59,138 59,'36
253t10 I1ILITMY MNPOWER AND PERSONNEL HANAGE.PtENT •. 24.253 2.04,253 2-4.25.1 2-4,253

25400 RECRUITING AttO ADVERTISING . 140.182 14.162 14.18Z 1-4.162


25450 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT ... 8,842 6,842 8,642 6.642

25900 AUOIOVISUAL.

25520 TOTAL. BUOGET ACTIVIT'\" 4.


.2'
104,816 104.&16
.2'
104.616
."
104,616

2~680 tltUTARY TECHHICJANS COST A.VOIOAHCE. ·35.000 .12,000

25665 9.12HD AIRLIFT WING OPERATIONS AND TRAINING .. 1.,200

25950 TOTAL. 01"', AIR FORCE RESER'lE .•. 2,179,18& 2,1~4.168 2,179.188 1,179.368
130
ADJuSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES
Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:
[In thousands of dollars]
Other Adjustments:
25660 Military Technicians Cost Avoidance .. -12,000
25665 932nd Airlift Wing Operations and Training . 12,200

AERIAL SPRAY SYSTEM


The conferees recommend $1,000,000 from funds available for
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve only for Aerial
Spray System enhancements for the Youngstown, Ohio Air Station.
932ND AIRLIFT WING
The conferees recommend $12,200,000 above the budget re­
quest for operations at the 932nd Airlift Wing, Scott Air Force
Base, during fiscal year 2004. Of this amount, $10,200,000 is to
continue operations of C-9 aeromedical evacuation aircraft 'and
$2,000,000 is for aircrew training in support of a successor mission!
airframe (such as the C-40). The conferees also recommend a gen­
eral provision, section 8142, which directs the Secretary of the Air
Force to study the current mission of this airlift wing, and evaluate
the possibility of a mixed mission of transporting patients, pas­
sengers and cargo.
131
OPERAnON AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

Thc conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or the

Senate is as follows:

(In t"oulanda 01 ool1ars)


BUdQet Houae Se"ute Conference

26100 OPERATION I KAlMltMAHCE. ~Rt1V HATL. GUARD

26120 BUDGET ACTIVITY 1, cPERATlHG FORCES

26140 lAND FORCES


26180 OIVISIONS. B89.7-41l 6(;9.748 674.148 872.748

26200 CORPS CO~BAT FORCES.,. Gil' .273 B1I1,273 as',273 GlIl.273

26220 CORPS SUPPORT FORCES. 343,180 34J,1BO 343,180 343,180

262<40 ECHELON AeOVE CORPS fORC£S. 5EI3.199 fiel3.19Q 563,199 563.199


26280 LAJI) I=ORCES OPERATIONS IljPPORT. .1,913 23,413 21,913 22,913

26280 LAND FORCES READINESS


26320 fORCE READtNESS OIl£Q,A.TIONS SUPPORT. 128,030 126,036 131,538 130.638

26340 L.AHO FORCES SYSTEt1S READINESS .. 106.780 106.760 106.160 106.7aO

283!l0 LAND FORCES OEPOT I'\AINTENANCE. 194,149 194,149 19·4.149 194,149

26310 LAND FORCES REAOIH.ESS SUPPOR'T


26420 BASE OPERATIONS SLPPORT .•. , .••. 448,167 518,41" 448.167 478,167

26440 FACILITIES SUSTAINHENr. REST(JRATIOM 5 HODE~IZATIOH ..• 360.226 380.228 380.226 380,226

28480 HAIlt"(;EHENT & OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS .••• 398,017 396,017 398,017 398.017

26480 f1.ISCELlAHEOUS ~Tt\'lTlES .. ,42.175 42,115 7 1 ,475 67.115


............ ............ ............. . ............

26580 TOTI\l.. WDGET "'CnVITY 1. 3.i<46,&43 <4,018.6<43 '.96<4,6<43 4.006.<4<43

l6600 BUDGET ACTIVITY 4. ADHIN S SERVJCMOE ACTIVITIES

26620 AO,UNISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES


28660 STAFF HANAGeHENT .. 102.162 102,7S2 102,152 102,152

288130 INFM:HATIOllt HANAGEf'lEHT."" .•... 13,529 13.!l2i 37.!l29 32,129

28720 paSONJtEL ADttIHIST'tA,TION •• 51,867 61,881 5' ,887 61,687

281'40 RECRUITING AND AJM;RTISlHCi., .. 96,:540 96,!l<40 96.:540 &6,5<40

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

26760 TOTAL. 8UOOET ACTIVITY 4." •. 264.4813 2f1<4.468 21313,<488 283.086


132
(In thouunds of dollersl
Budget House Senate Conference

26820 AAGEL GATE ACAOEMY .. 4.000 3.400

26830 NATIONAL EMERGENCY AND DISASTER JNFOA.I1ATION CENTER., 3,000 2.500

26890 JOINT TRAINING ANO EXPERU'ENTAnON PROGRA!'I •. 5,000 4.200

26940 RURAL ACC£SS TO BROADBAND TEC~NOLOOY. , 4,000 3,4DO

26970 NATlOltA.l GUARD GlO8Al. EDUCATION PROJECT 500

27010 INFORI'fATlON ASSURANCe. .•..•... 2,000


"'"
1.700

27057 SE REGIOHAl TERRORISM TRAINING .. 6,600 3,400

27080 SUSTAIN nlLlTARY TEOiNICIANS GROWTH 16.000

27090 NATIDNAL RESPONSE CENTER WPID FACILI'fY •.. 3.000 1.500

27100 AOV E"ERGENCY nEOICAL RESPOftSE TRAINING PROORAPI, .•... , 3,000 1.S00

27110 HOI1ELAND OPERATIONAL PLANNII1G SYSTEI1 .. 4,000 2.000

27120 ",ATlDNAL GUARD milTlI1EDIA SECURITY TECHNOLOGY ... 3.000

27130 INFORMTJON TECHNDLOlW LEADERSHIP PROGRAN., 2,000 1,700

27140 ADVANCED INFORIIATION TtCHII}lOG'f SERVICES C4ISR. 7,000 1,400

271150 EX"'AHOABLE LIGHT AIR 1'f0ULITY SHELTERS (ELAIlS) 1.500 1,300

27160 GAS CHROI'IATOGRAPH • MSS SPECTROt1ETUS .. 300 300


27170 DOMESTIC EMERGENCY AAO TERRORIST RESPONSE INFOMATtON 2,000 1.700

27160 NORTHEAST COONTER.ORUG TRAINING CENHR ••. 6,000 !1.100

27190 INTEGRATED EHERGENCY Cl'ERATlONS CENTER.••.•• 4,000 3.400

27200 WEAPONS OF MSS DESTRUCTION EDUCATION AND TRAINING ..•• 2,000 1.700

27310 I1ILITARY TECHp,jICIAH COST AVOIDANCE. .39,000 .13.000

27320 CONSTRUCTION TRANSITION PROGRA" ••.•• 2,000 1,400

27330 LEWIS ANO CLARK BICENTENNIAL ACTIVITIES. 'SO


27335 WI'IO CIVIL SUPPORT TEAI1S 16,000

27340 SALUTE OUR SERVICES. , 2.000

27341 NATIO"NAL GUARO TRACKING SYSTEPL , 1,700

27350 TOTAL. 0 a 11, MI'fY NATIONAL GUARD .. 4.2",33' 4,325,231 4.273,'31 4,340,581
133
ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES
Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:
[In thousands of dollars)
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
26180 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System . 3,000
26260 Military Vehicle Tires .. 1,000
26320 Cannon Bore Cleaning .. 1,000
26320 Communicator-Automated Emergency Notification Sys­
tem . 1,100
26320 Ethan Allen Range Improvements .. 500
26420 Base Operations SupportlUnfunded Requirements . 30,000
26480 Sustain Fiscal Year 2003 Increase in Military Techni·
cians .. 25,000
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Servicewide Activities:
26680 Information Operations Training and Operations . 2,800
26680 Advanced Information Technology Services (AITS) .. 12,800
26680 Multimedia Security Technology .. 3,000
Other Adjustments:
26820 Angel Gate Academy .. 3,400
26830 National Emergency and Disaster Information Center 2,500
26890 Joint Training and Experimentation Program .. 4,200
26490 Rural Access to Broadband Technology .. 3,400
26970 National Guard Global Education Project . 500
27010 Information Assurance .. 1,700
27057 Southeast Regional Terrorism Training .. 3,400
27090 National Response Center WMD Facility .. 1,500
27100 Advance Emergency Medical Response Training Pro­
gram . 1,500
27110 Homeland Operational Planning System .. 2,000
27130 Information Technology Leadership Program .. 1,700
27140 Advanced Information Technology Services C4ISR . 1,400
27150 Expandable Light Air Mobility Shelters (ELAMS) .. 1,300
27160 Gas Chromatograph·Mass Spectrometers .. 300
27170 Domestic Emergency and Terrorist Response Informa·
tion . 1,700
27180 Northeast Counter·Drug Training Center . 5,100
27190 Integrated Emergency Operations Center .. 3,400
27200 Weapons of Mass Destruction Education and Training 1,700
27310 Military Technician Cost Avoidance . -13,000
27320 Construction Transition Program . 1,400
27330 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Activities .. 250
27335 WMD Civil Support Teams .. 16,000
27340 Salute Our Services . 2,000
27341 National Guard Tracking System .. 1,700

NORTHEAST COUNTER DRUG TRAINING CENTER


The conferees recommend $5,100,000 above the budget request
for the Northeast Counter Drug Training Center only to continue
in-service evaluation of the CIr-415 multi-mission aircraft.
CIVIL SUPPORT TEAMS
The conferees agree to provide funding for 12 additional Na­
tional Guard Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams
(WMD-CST). The conferees believe that, as the National Guard be­
gins establishing these new civil support teams, priority should be
given to states facing significant port security and other coastal se­
curity challenges.
134
NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER
The conferees applaud the success of the National Response
Center WMD Consequence Management and Counter-Terrorism fa­
cility, which provides a unique training and equipment testing
venue for local, state and federal agencies responsible for respond­
ing to WMD emergencies.
135

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE. AIR NATIONAL GUARD

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or the

Senate is as follows:

(In tttou.. n.c!1I a1 dollara)


Blldget HOUlle Sen.te Con1er.nc.

27500 OPERATION & HAIN'rENANCE. AIR NATIONAL GUARD

27S50 BUDGET ACTIVITY,; OPERATING FORCES

27800 AIR OPERA'rloNS


27850 AIRCRAFT QPERATIIYtS,." 2.842.931 2.842,931 2,e..... 431 2,&43.931

27700 I"IISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS •. 338,879 338,479 340,979 340,779

21750 BASE SUPPoRT . 410,627 417 ,527 410,1527 440,827

27800 FACILITU.S SUSTAINI1EKT, RESTORATION & HQDERNIZATION,. 154.798 156.796 154.798 156,t98

218M DEPOT l'IAUtTENAlttE. 821.080 821,060 621.080 621.OfiO


. ....... .. ............ ....
~ ~ ~.' .....

21QOO TOTAL.. BUDGET ACTIVITY 1 4.386,395 4,436.795 4.371,895 4,402.595

27950 BUDGET AClIVITY 4: AD"I" & SERVtCE\rIIOE ACTIVITIES


28000 SEfWICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
26050 ~"INISTAATtON ..... ~6.1147 28,641 3~,541 30,741

28100 RECRUITING ANa ADVERTISING 9.704 9,704 9,704 11.104


............ ....... ....
~

28110 TOTAL. BUDGET CTIVITY . 38,251 38,2$1 42,251 40,451

1.000 2.500 2.100

281TO PROJECT ALERT, ••. 1,910 , ,910

28290 "ILITARY TECHNICIANS COST AVOIDANCE.. ·53,000 ·18,000

28:310 IT CONSOLIDATION 3.000 2.100

26550 TOTAL. 08tI. AIR NATIONAL GUARD .• ".402.846 4.424,046 4,418,618 4.431,216
136
ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES
Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:
[In thousands of doll.....]
Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:
27650 Defense Systems Evaluation Joint Test Support Pro­
gram . 1,000
27700 Surveying Systems .. 1,000
27700 All Terrain Military Utility Vehicles .. 1,400
27700 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System . 1,400
27750 Base SupportJUnfunded Requirements . 30,000
27800 Facilities Sustainment, Restoration and Moderniza­
tionIRickenback.er Air National Guard Base . 1,400
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Servicewide Activities:
28050 Information Assurance Activities . 2,100
28050 IT Consolidation/Storage Area Network .. 2,100
Other Adjustments:
28160 National Guard State Partnership Program .. 2,100
28170 Project Alert . 1,970
28290 Military Technicians Cost Avoidance .. -18,000
28310 IT Consolidation .. 2,100

JEFFERSON PROVING GROUND


The conferees direct the Departments of the Army and the Air
Force to fmalize the real property instruments that would provide
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 ACCOUNT
The conference agreement provides $5,000,000 for the Over­
seas Contingency Operations Transfer Account.
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE ARMED FORCES
The conference agreement provides $10,333,000 for the United
States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, ARMY
The conference agreement provides $396,018,000 for Environ­
mental Restoration, Army.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, NAVY
The conference agreement provides $256,153,000 for Environ­
mental Restoration, Navy.
WALKER RIVER PAIUTE TRIBAL LANDS
Not later than September 30, 2004, the Secretary of the Navy
shall report to the congressional defense committees on the impact
of naval aircraft live ordnance training on the lands of Walker
River Paiute Tribe in Nevada since the establishment of the train­
ing area currently known as Bravo 19 in support of Fallon Naval
Air Station. The report should also include the estimated fair mar·
ket value and remediation costs associated with the environmental
impact to the tribal lands.
137
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, AIR FORCE
The conference agreement provides $384,307,000 for Environ­
mental Restoration, Air Force.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, DEFENSE-WIDE
The conference agreement provides $24,081,000 for Environ­
- mental Restoration, Defense-Wide.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, FORMERLY USED DEFENSE SITES
The conference agreement provides $284,619,000 for Environ­
mental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites, instead of
$221,369,000 as proposed by the House and $312,619,000 as pro­
posed by the Senate.
OVERSEAS HUMANITARIAN, DISASTER, AND CIVIC AID
The conference agreement provides $59,000,000 for Overseas
Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid.
FORMER SOVIET UNION THREAT REDUCTION
The conference agreement provides that $10,000,000 of the
funds appropriated under this heading shall be available only to
support the dismantling and disposal of nuclear submarines, sub­
marine reactor components, and warheads in the Russian Far East,
as proposed by the Senate. The House bill did not address this
matter.
The House report provided that $39,400,000 requested for the
Proliferation Prevention Initiative (PPI) be redirected for the elimi­
nation of strategic nuclear delivery systems and for the establish­
ment of on-site management offices. The Senate report did not ad­
dress this matter. The managers direct that not to exceed
$29,400,000 be made available for the PPI, and that the remaining
funds be allocated as indicated in the House report. In addition,
the managers direct that no funds shall be obligated for the Pro­
liferation Prevention Initiative (PPD until 15 days after the Under
Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) reports in writing to the con­
gressional defense committees on the following: (1) the degree to
which the PPI is fully consistent with the authorization for, and
core functions of, the Cooperative Threat Reduction (CRT) program;
and (2) an explanation of how each proposed PPI country program
leverages, rather than duplicates or replaces, other U.S. govern­
ment programs.
138

TrUE III-PROCUREMENT

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In tnou••nda of dollars)


Budget Houae Senate Conference

SU""AA'f
AAJft

AIRCRAFT
MISSILES
.. ,. 2,128.485
1,459,462
2,180.785
1,933,462
2,027,285
1,444.,Ul2
2,154.035
1.505,462
WEAPONS, TRACKED COftBAT VEH1CLES. ............. 1.840.704 1.t11l6,504 ,,732.0004 1.857,05.
At1"UN1TION •. 1 ,309,966 1,355,466 1 ,4'9,769 1,387.759
OTHER .•. 4,218,864 4,547.696 4,573,902
-- ... _---.-. -... --. __ .-- ---_ .. _---,.
",.714,452
.... _-_ ... -.
TOTAL, ARMY. 10,755,471 11.573,813 ",197,.'2 11,878,762

NAVI'

AIRCRAFT ..•.•. 8.788,148 9,030,146 9,017.548 9.110,848


WEAPONS. 1,991,621 2.205.634 1.967,9304 2,095,784
M"UNlTION. 922,355 941,855 924,355 934,905
SH1PS. 11,438.984 ",453.098 11,582.623 ",467,623
OTHER ...... 4,679,443 4,784.7"2 4.734,808 4,941,098
"ARI NE CORPS ... 1,070,999 , ,200.499 1,165,727
... .. .. -..
' ~ ............ -..1,090,309
_........ ... _-_ ......

TOTAL. NAVY. ............. 28.891,750 29.615,976 29,417,667 29.71!L985

AIR FORce

AIRCRAFT . . . . 12.079.380 '1,877,051 11,997,460 12,08e,201


MIssILes ••.. 4,393,039 4,235.505 4,215.333 4.165,533
AI'IHUHtTION .•. 1,284,725 1.279,72~ 1,285,682 1,282,72~
OTHER . 11,583,659 " ,195,159 H ,536.097 '1,558,199
...... ... -.
~ ...
-.... _- .. ..... -.-- ... ._-_ ........

TOTAL. AIR FORCE . 29.340.183 28.587,440 29,014,412 29,073,358

OEFENSE·WIOE

DEFENSE-WIDE .... " . . ..•. 3,88~,506 3,803,178 3,568.851 3,709,926


KATlONAL CUARD AKO RESERVE EQUIP"EMT .... '00.000 100.000 400,000

. """""---_.-......_- . ------ ...........,.",,"'. "'­


DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT puRCHASES. , 61,516 87,516 77 ,516 18,0'6
"'-----~

TOTAL PROCURE"EMT. .. . .. ... . .... .. 72,721,026 73,748,621 13,975,918 14,656,041


139
LEAD SYSTEM INTEGRATOR
The conferees direct the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisi­
tion, Logistics, and Technology to submit a report to the congres­
sional defense committees within 120-days of enactment of the fis­
cal year 2004 Defense Appropriations Act on steps the Department
of Defense has taken to ensure that the Lead Systems Integrator
_ (LSI) contracting mechanism maintains adequate safeguards. The
report should include a thorough review of how the Department in­
tends to assure that adequate firewalls exist between the parent
company and the LSI entity on active contracts.
140

AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:

{II'\ thousands of dol1arl)


Budget Houle Senate CDnference

AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT. A~Y

AIRCRAFT
FIXED WING
UTILITY F/W AIRCRAFT .... 43,000 43,000

ROTAR'V
UH·60 Bl-'CKHA\,!( (""") •.. 138,859 251,659 187,559 229.459

UH·60 BLACKHA\,!( ("IPI (AP·CVI· 29,14' 28.141 26,141 28.141

-. _.. ~"' ... ~. - ............ - ........ _._.- .... _ ...... ­


TOTAl., AIRCRAFT ....... 187.000 322,800 215,700 299. BOO

"OeIFlCATlON OF AIRCRAFT
GUARDRAIL noos (TIARA) 3,176 3,175 3,176 3,176

ARC HOOS (TIARA) .. 5,707 5,701 5,707 5,707

AH·64 MODS ......... 58.879 64.879 84,019 65.479

CH·47 CARGO HEClCOPTER MOOS .. 495.525 '95.525 '54,425 493.625

CH·47 CARGO HELICOPTER tcODS {AP·tv) .... 20,515 20,515 20,515 20.515

UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE "ODS. 10,448 10.448 10.'48 10,4'8

OH.5B "0DS .. 477 477 477 477

AIRCRAFT CONG IW<GE HODS. 762 762 782 782

CONG9OW ................. 782.464 766,964 752,464 754,114

CONGBOW (AP-CY)., ••.•. 14.204 14,20' 14,204 11,204

UI-I.·60 "DOS .. 136,496 36,498 42,496 36.496

kIOWA WARRIOR ..... .............. 45.051 49,051 51.051 51.251

AIRBORNE AVIONICS. 71,206 77,206 71.206 74,606

GATtt ROLLUP ... . 59.104 24,104 24,104 24,104

AIRBORNe OIG1TIZATlON. 1,906 1,908 1,906 1,906

SPARE PARTS (AIR)",. 11.299 11.299 11,299 11.299

.............. ..... _........... - ..... __ . ._ ........ _.­


TOTAL, "ODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT ... 1,691,219 1,582.719 '.528.319 1,568,669
141
(In thousand_ af dollarsl
E!Udget House sene te Conf erence

SUPPORT EQUIPI1ENT AND FAC1UTJES


GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS
AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQuIPI'IENT. 14.879 16.879 19.679 17,379

ASE I HFRARED eM. 75,713 75.113 75,713 75.113

OTHER SUPPORT
AIRBORNE COMANO & CONTROL. .•. . ............... 26,594 29,594 29,594 29,144

AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPIIENT ..... 13,295 19,295 23,295 25,545

CONNON GROUND EQUIPNEN'! •...... 16,597 16,591 16,597 19,597

AI~REW INTEGRATED SYSTetS. 28.894 28.894 32,694 33.094

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL •. 59,963 59,963 59,963 59,983

INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES, 1.203 , ,203 1.203 , .203

LAUNCHER, 2.75 ROCKET ••..•. 2.512 2,512 2.512 2.512

AIRBORNE CONNUNICAnONS ...................... 24,618 24,816 24,616 24,616


............ .............. .............. . ................

TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPI'IENT AND FK.ILITIES., •..••••. , 264.2C58 275,2Bl1 293,296 29B,796

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

TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCURENENT, ARf'!Y. .... 2.128,4115 2,180,795 2,027,295 2,154,035


142
EXPL.ANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
[In thau••nda of doll.,..]
Budget
P-l ReguHI Houl. se.... Conference
.1 UTILITY FIW (MR) AIRCRAFT 0 43,000 0 43,000
US Army Priority Air Transport-Modernization Strategy +35.000 +35.000
(1) UC-35B +8,000 +8.000

U~O BLACKHAWK (MYPI nU58 251,858 187,558 228,4!l9


Additional Aircraft (Note; onty for 9 ecklrlionai aircraft +112.800 0 +111.600
induding 5 UH-liOL modol•• aod 4 HH-60L MEDEVAC
models)
7 Blacl<hawk Helicopters +70.700
Option price savings -20.000 -20.000
Unjustified program administratIOn cost!5 -2,000 ·2,000

AH-64MODS 58,878 64,879 64,078 65,479


A~4 ·Combo·PAI<" Craahworthy SeW·SeaUng Inlemal +6,000 0 +3.000
Fuel System and Ammunition Storage Magazine
Vibration management enhancement program +5.200 +3.BOO

Ct\oI7 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS 485,528 495,525 454.425 493.525


Unexpended balances -39.100 0
Unjustified other Support costs ·2.000 ·2.000

13 LONGBOW 762._ 788,964 752,_ 754.114


APG-78 Longbow Fire COnlrol Radar for the AH·MD ......500 +2,250
Apache Hellcopter..South Ca~ina Anny NBtional Guard
(2)
UnjusUfled OlI1er Support costs ·10.000 -10.000

15 UH-60MODS 138.488 38.496 42.498 38,496


UH·60M program lleIayo (transfer to RDTE,A) -100.000 ·100.000 -100.000
11207th CSAR and Medevae upgnsd.. +6,000 0

18 KIOWA WARRIOR 45.051 48,051 51,051 51,251


Kiowa Warnor Helmet Mounted Display (Note: for use ......000 +2.000
only with a commercialty developed Retinal Scanning
Display for system installation in the OH-580.)
Safety E:nhancemant 'Program GAlJ-19 +6.000 +4.200

11 AIRBORNE AVIONICS 71.206 11,208 71,208 74.806


Improved Data Modem (10M) ""'.000 +3.400
Cockpit Air Bag System (CABS) (Note'lnlnste_ to +2.000 0
IIno26)

18 GATM ROLLUP 51,104 2ot,11M 24,104 24,104


GATM -35.000 -35.000 -35.000

21 AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT 14,878 18.878 18,819 17,378


Lase, Detection set. ANJAVR-2A (Nole: only 10,.­ +2.000 +5.000 +2.500
production AN/AVR·2A laser delftCting sets for use on
remaining Anny National Guard AH-64 Apache
helicopters.)

23 AIRBORNE COMMAND & CONTROL 28,594 28.594 28.144


Anny Alrbome Command and Control System (A2C2S) +3.000 +2,550
143

Budget
P·1 Reg...1 HOUH S••1110 Conference
24 AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 13,295 19,295 23,295 25,5015
ANYIS 68 Goggles for PRow +5.000 +4.250
TaB8ra +1,000 +1,000
Aviala' Night Vision Imaging Sys18m +10,000 +7,000

28 A1RCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 28,894 28,894 32,894 33,094


HeJi-8.sket Technology +4.000 +2,800
Cockpit Ai, Ba9 System (CABS) (Nota: lranstarred from +1.400
Un. 17)
144
MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:


lIn thouundl of oollan)
BUdget House Senate Conference

MISSILE PROCUREMENT. ARMY

OTHER "ISSILI::S
SURFACE- TO_AIR MISSILE SYSTEM

PATRIOT SYSTEPl SUI'UtARY •.


561,555 651,555 661.555 621.556

STIPlGER SYSTEPl SU,,"ARY •.•


2.;42 2.;42 2.942 2,942

SURFACE-LAUNCHED AIlRMN SYSTEM SUMMARY,


7,4S2 7,452 7.452 7,4!l2

AIR· TO·SURFACE HISSILE SYSTEPl


HELLFIRE SYS SlJIlMARY ••. 33.061 33,061 25,061 26.061

AHTI-TANKIASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM


JAVELIN (MWS-I"I) SYSTEtt SUI'''ARY,., •. 133,115 133,115 133,116 133,115

JAVELIN ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY) •••••••••••••••• 7.600 7.600 7,800 7,600

LINE OF SIGHT AIt'Tl-1AN< tlO5.'1') SVS1'E" SUK .... 43,232 43.232 43.232 43,232

TOW 2 SYSTEM SUHIlARY ....


10,010 10,010 10,010 10.010

TOW 2 ADVANCE PROCUREHENT (CY) .••.


16.386 16,386 16,366 18.366

GU IDeO P1lRS ROCKET (GPlLRS I ...• 107.759 107.769 107.758 107,759

I"ILRS REDUCED AAPlG£ PRACTICE ROCKETS (RRPR) •• , ••••. 14,648 14,64e 7,e4e 7,646

I'ILRS LAUNCHER SYSTEI1S ...••. , , 40. '55 40. ',55 40.155 40,155

HIHARS LAUNCHER ..............


124,191 124,191 124,191 124,191

ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS (ATACHS) - SYS SUM ....


50,301 57,601 50.301 57,801

........ -_ .. ---_ ..... --­ .-._-- ... _.. -_ ..... '--_.


TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES. .
. . . . .. , . ., , . 1.162,385 1,249,885 1,137.385 1,204,885

"OOlFlCATlOM OF "ISSILES
MODIFICATIONS
PATRIOT !'I00S ..... 212.575 182.075 212.5'15 202.5'15

STINGER MOpS .... 973 973 973 973

lTAS/TON MODS .. 15,707 22,707 15,707 19,207

I'ILRS "005 •....•.. 19,918 19.5n8 19,918 19,918

H1HARS MODIFICATIONS, (NOM MO). 467 467 467 467


.. _--.- .. __ . ..-........ ­ .. ----._ .... ---_ ..... -..
TOTAL. l\OOlFICATION OF NISSILES •. 249.640 226.140 249.640 243.140
145
(In thoueand8 of dollars)
Budget House Senate Conference

SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS .. ... " ........ 50,542 150,542 ~O,l542 50,542

SU"'DRT EllIJIP"ENT AND FACILITIES


AIR ll£FENSE TARGETS", 3.484 3,464 3,464 3.464

ITE"S LESS THAN $5.0" ("ISSILESj, '" 10 10 '0 10

PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT, , . , , , , 3,421 3,421 3,421 3,421

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


TOTAL, SU...ORT EQlJIPHENT AND FACILITIES"" 6,895 6,895 6,695 8,895

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

TOTAL, "ISSILE PRDCURE"EllT, AR"Y'. 1,459,462 1,533,462 1,444,462 1,505,462


146
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
pn thouuncla of doll.ra]
Budget
P·l Regu." Houle Sen._ Conference
1 PATRIOT SYSTEM SUMMARY 5111,555 651,555 561,555 621,555
Increase quantity of mWoiles (for a quantity of not lets +90,000 +60,000
than 27 addilional missiles)

HELLFIRE 8Y5 SUMMARY 33,061 33,061 26,061 25,081


CAP Kits ·8,000 -6,000

15 MLRS REDUCED RANGE PRACTICE ROCKETS (RRPR) 1••_ 1.,846 7,848 7,8006
EX8CLltlon Delays -7,000 -7,000

18 ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS (ATACM8)· 8YS SUM 50,301 57,801 50,301 57,801
ATACMS unltsry production increase (Note; for 10 +7,500 +7,500
a!lditlOnai mlsoieo)

21 PATRIOT MODS 212,578 182,075 212,!l78 202,575


Patriot·MEADS consolidation efficiencies ·30,500 -10,000

~ ITASfTOW IlODS 15.707 22,707 15.707 19,207


Impn>ved Target Acqulonlon System (ITAS) -+7,000 +3,500
147
PROCUREMENT OF WEAPONS AND TRACKED COMBAT

VEHICLES, ARMY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In thousands of dollarlj)


Budget Houst senate Conference

PROCUAEI1ENT OF WlTCV, AMV

TRoICKED COMBAT VEHICLES


ABRAI'IS TRNG oev ttOo .. 6.252 6.252 6.252 6.252

BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT •. ............. "3,302 372.102 17.5.202 334.502

BRADLEY FVS TRAINING DEVICES (ftODI .. 3,397 3.397 3,397 3.397

STR'lKER ........... 955.027 990,027 990,021 99D,027

1100IFJCATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES


CAAAIER. HOD. 25,000 17 .500

FIST VEHICLE (KDD) ... 16.756 16.7S6 16.766 16.756

PiDD OF IN~SVC EQUIP, FIST VEHICLE .•. 676 676 676 676

6FVS SERIES IKOD) ... ...................... 23,126 23,126 46,126 41,876

HOWITZER, K'ED SP FT 155.,,,,, .,109,1£ (troD). 36,092 36.092 34,592 34,59'­

FAASV PIP TO FlEET 10,981 10,951 10.981 10.981

Ml A8RAltS TANK (KDO). 268.844 160,644 198.644 117,144

SYSTeI1 ENHAMCEI1ENT PGH: SEP "'1\2 155.000 155,000

ABRAltS UPGRADE PROGRAIt ...... 92.942 60.942 94.94:2 3.342

SUPPORT EaUIP"ENT AND FACILITIES


ITEI'IS LESS THAN 15.01'1 (TCV.wrCV).

PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (TCV.WTCV)


46.

10,188
...
10,133
•••
10,183
469

10,188

............ ............ ............ ............

TOTAL, TRACKED COKBAT VEHICLES ... 1.537.872 1,846.672 1.613.272 ',742.722


148
(In thousands of dollars)
BUdget House Senate Con1erence

WEAPONS AND OTHER COI!eAT VEHICLES


ARIIOR /tACHINE GUN. 7.62"" 1'1240 SERIES. 16.569 16,559 16,559 '\fi,SS9

HACHINE G\lN. 5.56NN (SAW) 5.000 6.900 5.000

NORTAR SVSTENS. 10.102 10.102 10.102 10,102

XN107, CAL. 50. SNIPER RIFLE. 8,153 8.753 8.753 6,753

5.56 CARBINE "<4 •.......... 6,978 8.976 8.918 8,078

Ha.lITZER LT WT 1551'11'\ (fl .•..•.•.•. <4,99a 6,998 8.998 T ,998

MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COtIaAT VEH


"ARK- 19 ItODIFICATIOtrlS 3,8<45 3.845 3.84~ 3.845

t'I<4 CARBINE I'IDDS ..••••. 6,680 8.860 8.680 6,660

SQUAD AUTONATIC WEAPCN INOD) .. 5,096 5.096 5.096 5.096

NEDIUN HACHINE GUNS (NODS) .. 2.970 2,970 2.970 2.970

HOWITZER. TOWED. 155"". ",9B INOOS) .... 682 662 662 862

PI,6 RIFLE t10DS. " .............. 2,389 2,369 2,369 2.369

IIlDIFICATlONS LESS THAN $6. ON (WOCV.WTCV) .. 2.220 2.220 2,220 2,220

SUPPORT EOUIP"ENT AND FACILITIES


ITEftS LESS THAN $5.01'1 (WOCV.WTCV). 489 469 489 469

PRODUCTION eASE SUPPORl (WOCV.WTCV) •• ... 7.089 7.089 7.089 7.089

INDUSTRIAL PR.EPAREtlNESS •. 2,675 2,675 7.675 8,115

S1\ALL ARNS (SOLOIER ENH PROG) ....• 1,117 ',117 i .117 1.117
............. ............ .._--_ ..... , ..... _......

TOTAL. WEAPONS AND OTHER COHeAT VEHICLES ..... 804.802 91,802 100.702 98.302

SPARES ANa REPAIR PARTS (WTCV) ....... 18,030 18.030 18.030 18.030

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

TOTAL, PROCVREPIENT OF WSTeV, ARtlY .••. , ••••• 1,840.704 1,955,604 1,732,004 1.857,0504
149
EXPL.ANAnON OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
pn thouunds of dolla..]
Bud9et
P.l Re9U8at HOUlI4I Senat4t Canference
2 BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT 113,102 372,102 115.202 334,502
3rd ACR ODS+ +258.600 +221.200
Bl8dley AO to 005+ lor Ill. Army Nallona' Guard +61,900 0

6 STRYllER 955,027 "0,027 980.027 990.027


Long Load .ems. Brigades 5 and 6 +35.000 +35.000 +35.000

CARRIER, MOD 0 0 26,000 11.100


M113 Camer MOD Upgl8de +25.000 +17,500

11 BFYS SERIES (MOD) 23,'28 23,128 48,128 41,878


Reective Annor Tites for Bradley +25.000 +18.750

12 HOWllZER, MED SP FT 155MM Ml09AS (MOD) 38,092 38,082 34,1192 34,582


Procurement of MACS prior to IOC .1,500 .1,500

17 Ml ABRAMS TANK (MOD) 288,844 lS0,844 198,844 117,144


LV-l00 Engine -108,000 -75,000 ·'53.000
.,100-3B Recap Progl8m +3.000 +1,500

19 SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT PGM: SEP M1A2 155,000 155.000


3rd ACR M1A2 SEP +155.000 +155,000

20 ABRAIIS UPGRADE PROGRAM 92,1142 80,1142 114,ll42 3,342


System Technical Support -32,000 ·91,000
M1Al Fleet Embedded Diagnostics +2.000 +1.400

25 MACtlINE GUN, 5.SEMM (SAW) 5,000 8,800 5,000


M24g Squad AutomaUc Weapon (SAW) +5.000 +6,900 +5.000

31 HOWITZER LT wr
155MM (TJ 4,998 8,998 8,998 7,998
IIn7 Lightwolg~tTowed 155mm HowItzer +2,000 +4,000 +3,000

42 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS 2,875 2,875 7,875 8,175


Arsenal Support Initiative +5.000 +3.500
150
STRYKER BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM

In order to enhance Army transformation, the conferees agree


to provide an additional $35,000,000 to ensure fielding of the fifth
and sixth Stryker Brigade Combat Teams (SBCT). The conferees
direct that funding be made available specifically for the advanced
procurement for the fifth SBCT, 2/25 Infantry Division and sixth
_ SBCT, 56th ARNG Brigade. The Department of Defense shall en­
sure that future budgetary and programmatic plans provide for
fielding no fewer than six SBCTs by 2008.
151

PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITJON, ARMY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In thousands 01 doll.ra)


Budget House Senete Confer.neG

PROCURE",ENT OF MlttUNlnON, AMY

ANNUHITJON
SMlllHEOIUH CAL A","UNITJON
CTG, 5. 56MN, ALL TYPES, 163,731 163.731 163.731 163.731

CTC. 7.62MH, ALL TYPES •. 65,414 66.414 65.414 65,414

CTG. 9""'-, ALL TYPES •• 6,667 5,657 5.557 5,557

CTG, .50 CAL. ALL TYPES .... .............. 60.46<0 61,484 60,494 61,484

CTG. 25"" • .er.LL 'TYpes .• , .. 8.812 18.812 18,812 18,812

eTG, 30"'". ALL TYPES., . 12,941 12.941 13,941 13.941

CTG. 'ONN. ALL TYPES." 126,994 126,994 126.994 126.994

HORTAR A"I'IUNITJON
6OKt1 tIDRTAR, ALL TYPES. 46,408 26.908 45,408 26.908

81"" "QATAR. All TYPES. 14,104 14,104 17.1Q.4 15.104

eTG. MORTAR. 120"". ALL TYPES 53,621 55.821 84,960 63,860

TANK AMMUNITION
eTG TANK 105M": ALL TYPES ...... 20.807 20.&07 20.607 20.607

120"" TANK TRAINING, ALL TYPES •... 134,210 134.270 128,724 128.724

CTG. TANK, 120"" TAcnCAL, ALL TYPES •••••. 42.408 42,408 42.,408 42,40B

ARTILLERY AIIHUNITION
CTG. ARTY, 1~"M: ALL T"fPES 34 3. 34 34

eTG, ARTY, 10~NN: ALL TYPES •. , ••. 30.151 30.151 30.151 30,151

CTG. MTY. 15~HI1. ALL TYPES •. , 77,761 77.781 60,761 80,78t

l1aOULA~ ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM ("ACS) , AU T •. , 78 , 941i1 81,948 78,949 18,849


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

152
(In thousends of dollars)
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ARTI LLERY FUZES


ART! LLERY FUZES. ALL TYPES. ........ 47,400 47.400 47.400 47.400

!'lINES
MINE AT VOLCANO; ALL TYPES ..•..••.•. 5,000 2.500

I1INE, CLEARING CHARGE, ALL TYPES •• 14,564 14,584 14,564 14,5&4

ROCKETS
SHOULDER FIRED ROCKETS, ALL TYPES .••.• 13,836 13,838 13,838 13.836

ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES 21.981 21.981 61,g81 41.981

OTHER Al't1UNITION
OEHOLlTION I1UNITIONS. ALL TYPES ••• , 24.959 27.959 33.959 31.959

GRENADES, ALL. TYPES .•• . ... , ......... , .. , 27,010 27.010 27,010 27,010

SIGNALS. ALL TYPES •.... 8.999 8.999 8.999 8.999

SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES ... .


. . . .. . . ..... 9.035 9,035 9,035 9,035

MISCELLANEOUS
AMNO COMPONENTS. ALL TYPES. ......... , ....... 10.529 10.529 10,529 10,529

CAOIPAO ALL TYPES .....•... 4.808 4.808 4.808 4,808

ITENS LESS THAN $5 MILLION. 7,ea7 7,697 7,691 7,691

AH"UNITION PECUL.IAR E.aUIPHENT .•••. 7.415 7,415 7,415 1,415

FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (MHO' .. 1'.888 11.888 11.888 ".888

CLOSEOUT LIA8ILITIES. 98 98 98 98

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


..............
~
~ ~ ~-

TOTAL. MI1UNITION."., 1,171,465 1,171.965 1,248,258 1,204,158

At1!1UNITION PRODUCTION SASE SUPPORT


PROOUCTION 8ASE SUPPORT
PROVISION OF INOUSTRIAL FACILITIES .. 33,570 87,570 39.570 59.070

LAYAWAY OF INOUSTRIAL FACILITIES, ... 13,020 13.020 13.020 13,020

NAINTENANCE OF INACTIVE FACILITIES ...••.... 9,664 9,684 9,664 9,664

CONVE~TIONAL Al1t'O DE"ILITARIlATION, 77,592 83.592 94,1592 90,192

AR"S INITIAtIvE. .• , , .. " •.. ,., . 4 ,Sail 9,655 14,6S5 1'\ ,ess

.._,"._.-0. .-0-_.'· ... ' ... -_ .... _- . ..... -......


TOTAL, A"ftUNITION PROOUCTION SASE SUPPORT.". '~B,50' 183,501 171,S01 183.601

...... -.. --- ... _.. -.. __ . ·.. -.· .. -0 .. -_ ........


"

TOTAL, PROCURE"ENT OJ! AAI1UNITIOH, AMY. ..", , .309.908 1,355,466 1,419,759 1,~87,75g
153
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
(In thou. .nde of do.....l
8udgOl
P.l ResUllat H"""o eon. . Conference
4 CTG, .50 CAL. ALL TYPES 80,484 81'- 80'- 81.4&4
.50 Caliber Ammunition SLAP prnduc!ion +I,OOQ +1,000

CTG, 25MM, ALL TYPES 8,812 18,812 18,812 18,812


M919 producllon +10,000 +10,000 +10,000

CTG, 30MM, ALL TYPES 12,841 12,941 13,1141 13,941


M789 High ElqJlOaive Dual Purpose (HEOPI +1.000 +1.000

60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES 45,406 26,808 45,406 28,908


M788 .17.500 -17,500
M769 No prnduction reQuirement ·1,000 .1,000

10 81MM MORTAR, ALl TYPES 14,104 14,104 17,104 ",104


M816 81mm IR IUuml,.,tion +3.000 +1,000

11 CTG, MORTAR, 12OMM, ALL TYPES 53,821 55,821 84,980 63,880


M931, 120mm Training +2.000 +1,000
eTG, 120m'" Mortar IR ILLUM M930 +2,000 +1,400
M934AI12Omm Mortar +5.000 '3,sao
White Phosphorus Faciltly Modernization Equipment ·24,339 +24.339

13 120MM TANK TRAINING, ALL TYPES 134,270 134,270 126,724 126,724


XM 1002M_Buylng anead of need -5,546 -5,546

17 CTG, ARTY,155MM, All TYPES 77,761 77,761 80,761 80,761


M864 program delays -18.000 '18.000
CTG 155mm M845 ILLUM ·',000 +1,000

19 MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM IMACS), 78,1149 81,908 78.848 78.148


ALL TYPES
ModUI., ArtllI.ry Chlll\l. System (MACS) +3,000 +1,000

22 MINE AT VOLCANO, ALL TYPES 5,000 2,500


M87A1 Volcano Anti.Tank Mine System +5,000 +2,500

27 ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES 21,911 21,961 61,961 41,981


Additional Funding +40,000 ' +20,000

28 DEMOLITION MUNlTlONe, ALL TYPES 24,959 27,958 33,958 31,858


Mod.miZ.tIon Damolltion Inibalo,. (MOl) +3,000 +4.000 +3.000
Anli·P....nn.1 Obs1llcte S....ching System +5.000 +4,000

39 PROVISION OF INDUSTRlAL FACILITIES 33,570 67,570 39,570 58,070


Arsenal Support Progmm Initiative (ASPI) +3,000 +1,500
Proeurement of Replacement Med4um Caliber links 1'5,000 +',000 "'3,500
Manufacturing Die Sets
Small caliber ProducllOn line Upgl1ldes +20,000 +14,000
Riverbank AAP FI8l<ible Menutacturing FlICiIlty "'S,OOO +3,000
Flexible Load, Aasemb~ lind Pack Modem MuniUons +5,000 +3,500
Enterpltae
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42 CONVENTIONAL AMMO DEMIUTARIZATION 77,592 13,592 94,'92 90.192
Missne Recydlng Cepebitity (Note: only fOr en ongoing "",,000 +8,000 +5,000
effort at Anniston Munitions Center for Conventional
Ammunition Oerni6tatization of Tactical Missiles)
Acce&erilted Propelling Charge DemilltarizaUon Progllilm +2,000 +1,000
Additional Funding lor Conventionsl Muni~on. +11,000 +6,800
Demilitarization

43 ARMS INITIATIVE 4,855 9,655 14,855 11.655


ARMS Initiative +5.000 +10,000 +7,000
155
OTHERPROCUREMENT,ARMY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In thousands of dollsfs)


Budget Houl. senate Conference

OTHER PROCUREMENT. ARMV

TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICL.ES


TACTICAL VEHICLES
TACTICAL TRAILERSfDOlLV SETS, .. 17.977 17 .977 17 ,917 17 ,977

Se'tITR1II U'RS. FLATBED: . . 23.950 23,950 23,950 23.950

SEl1lTRAILERS, TANKERS ... 9.499 9,499 9,499 9.499

HI 1'108 t1ULTI·PURP WHLO VEH (HI1PfWV) ....... 137,847 177 ,847 169,847 177, t97

FAIULY OF t1EOIUH TACTICAL VEH (FHTV), .. , ... 309,610 349,610 309,810 343,810

FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCI AnD FIREFIGHTING ECUIPMEN ••... 14.968 14.968 30, eBB 25.688

FMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV) .. 133,130 159,030 172,460 171.780

ARHORED SECURITY VEHICLES (ASV) ..•... 6,600 5,600

mUCK. TRACTOR, LINE HAUL. "'915/t1916. liS , 772 45,772 45,172 45.772

TRUCK, TRACTOR, YARD TYPE. N676 (CIS) .. 979 979 979 979

HVY EXPANDEO N091LE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT SERV P, 24,636 24,636 24.838 24,638

1100IFICATIOH OF IN SVC EQUIP .. ......... , .... 57,061 57,061 59.061 56, lUI 1

lTE~S LESS THAN $5.0t! (TAC VEH). 245 245 245 240

TOWING OEVICE·FIFTH WHEEL. ....... 1,958 1,956 1,958 1,g5Ei

NON· TACTICAL YEHICLES


HEAVY AR"ORED SEOM, . .. , ...... 60B 606 606 606

PASSENGER CARRYI~G VEHICLES .. , 3,076 3,078 3,078 3.078

NOHTACTtCAL VEHICLES. OTHER ... a.260 a,:26o 5.:260 5.280

--.-_ .. ---., -.---.,-_ .. - _._- ..... -_. ---"'-"' ..


TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES. 767,980 900 ,480 875,930 B16.680
156

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COHl!UNlCATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EOUIPMENT


COItH ¥ JOINT CQt1MUNlCA..TIONS
WYN • TACTICAL PROGRA".,. 3.231

JCSE EOUIPHE),IT (USREDCO") ..... ............ 4,570 4,570 4.570 4,570

COHII - SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS


DEFENSE SATELLITE COHI'tUHICATJONS SYSTE" (SPAt ......... 99.272 99.272 9B.2n 9B.272

SNF TeRII ............ ........................ .. 17 ,'92 17,492 17,492 17,492

SAT TERI!. EIlUT (SPACE). , ............................ 5,154 5.154 5,154 5,154

NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING sYSTE" (SPACE) ......... 44,290 44,290 44,290 44,290

SMRT. T (SPACE) 48,585 48,1585 48.685 46,585

SCAMP (SPACE) .. SOO 600 BOO BOO

GLOBAL 9ROCST SVC • GBS ..... B.BS9 8.859 8,859 B.BS9

MOO OF IN·SVC EQUIP (TAC SAT) •.. 10,668 10,668 'O,ti88 10.6BB

COl'1" • Ca SYSTEM
ARMY GLOBAL CMO & CONTADL SYS (AacCS) •. 16,499 16,499 1e,499 16,499

COM" - COIIBAT CO,,"UNICATIONS


AR'tV DATA DlSTR18UTlOK SVSTE" tDATA RADIO). 52,3&4 56,6&4 57,3804 58. :l64

RADIO TERIIIIlAL SET. MIDS LVT(2). 2.937 2.937 2.937 2.937

SINCGMS FAIIILY... .............. 39,275 74,275 54.275 69,275

"ULTI.PUAPOSE IHFORMTION OPERATIONS SYSTEtlS ... 6.087 6,087 6.0B7 6.087

JOINT TACTICAL AREA CO""AND SYSTEM. BSO BSO B50 850

ACUS "00 PROGRAM .. 108.391 116,391 128.391 129.191

CO""S-ELEC EQUrp FIELOING .... 15.903 3B.903 20.903 31.353

SOLDIER ENHANCE"ENT PAOGRA" CO"M/ELECTRONICS ... .. B.025 B.025 8.025 8.025

eOl'l8AT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR (CSEL) ... 15.393 16,393 13,593 13,593

"EDICAL eOI'lH FOR CaT CASUALTY eME (1'IC4) 6.602 6,802 8,B02 6.eo,

COHM - INTELLIGENCE COl1"


eI AUTOHATION ARCHITECTURE .. , .... 1.241 1.241 , .24, 1.24'

INFORHATION SECURITY
TSEC - ARMY KEY "GT 5YS (AIUfS) ........ 2.702 2,702 2,702 2,702

INFORAATlOM S'YSlEPI S£OJRtTY PRQGRAH.·lSSP .. 124,419 124."10 12","'9 124,419

CO"" • LONG HAUL COlIHU"ICATIOIlS


TERRESTRIAL TRANSMISSION. ... 10.332 10,332 10,332 10,332

BASE SUPPORT COl1MUNICATIONS., 46.B35 50.835 89,450 71.850

ARl'ty DISN ROUTER, ... 6,018 6.016 6,016 6,016

ELECTRO"AG CO"p PROG (EHeP) • 457 .S7 457 4sr

W lECH COM tMP PIlQC (WTCtP) •. 2,915 2.915 2,975 2,975


157
(In thouund. of dollars)
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CO/lll - BASE COMMUNICATIONS


INFORHATION SYSTE"S., ... , 328.188 32B,18B 333.188 330.888

DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (ON6). 12.435 1~,4:)5 12,43S 12,435

LOCAL AREA NE1'oORl< (LANI ..... 98,475 104.475 98.475 101,475

PENTAGON INFORJ'lATION "GT AND TELECDt" , 14,424 14,424 14.424 14.424

ELECT EQUIP . NAT FOR tNT PROG (NFIP)


FOREIGN COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROG (FeI). 1.62. 1,624 1.624 1,624

GENERAL DEFENSE INTElL PROG (GDIP) . 24,6'2 24,632 24,632 24,632

ELECT EQUIP - TACT tNT R£l ACl (TIARA)


ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS (AMS) (TIARA) .••.•.•••••... 36.980 37.880 36.980 40.680

PROPHET GROUHD (TIARA) ....• ,., .... , ..........•.. , •.... 3.178 13.178 3.175 10.875
TUAV. 73,764 73.764 73,764 73,164

ARMY COIlNON GROUND STATION (CGS) .•........ B.281 8,261 8,28' B.281

DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS (orSS) (TIARA). 13,003 13.003 1,3,003 13.003

DCGS#A UNIT OF E"PlOYHENT (JI1IP). 2,6fl7 2.687 2.687 2.687

TROJAN (TIARA) . 8,535 8,535 6.535 8.535

NOD OF IN·5vt EOUIP (1IfTEL SPT} (TIARA) •••.••.•. 2,619 2,819 5.819 4,71£1

CI HUMINT INFO HANAGE"ENT SVST£H (CHIHS) (TIA ... 7,892 7,892 7,892 7,892

ITENS LESS THAN $5.0N (TIARA) .. 4,983 4,983 4.983 4,9B!

ELECT EOUIP - ELECTRONIC IIARFARE (EWI


COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ISECURITY COUNTERMEASURES •. 2,296 4,296 2.296 2,296

ELECT EOUIP - TACTICAL SURV. (TAC SURY)


SEtHINEL "ODS . . 17,895 17,595 17,595 17,695

MIGHT VISION DEVICES .. . , . 85,629 70.829 89.829 69.829

LONG RAttG£ ADVANCED SCOUT SURVU LlANCE SYSTEM .. 50.126 !iO.125 50,125 50,125

LOO VIOEO RECON SYSTEM (LINIlS) ... 5.000 3.500

NIGHT VISION. THERHAL \/PN SI<llfl ...•... 80,804 50.~04 60,504 50,504

ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIP. 13.5e4 13.594 13,594 13.594

NOD OF IN·SUC EOUIP (NNS). "'4 844 844 844

NOD OF IN·SUC EQUIP (NVS) •. 274 2T4 2T4 2T4

PROFILER . 12,591 12.591 12,591 12,591

I10D OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SURV) 35.169 35.169 35.189 35.169

FORCE XXI SAnLE C"O BRIGADE & BELOW (FRCB2) ... 63.200 83.200 63,200 e3,200

LIGIITI/EIGHT LASER DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINnER (LLD. 12,302 12.302 12,302 12,302

MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEH. 39.617 39,S17 39,S17 39,617


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INTEGRATED MET SYS SENSORS (lMETSl • TIARA .. 9.080 9.080 9,080 9.080

EL~CT ~DUIP • TACTICAL C2 sYSTEMS


TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS •..... 45.613 69,~13 45,6'3 89.~13

ADY FA TAC DATA SYS I EFF CTRL SYS (AFATDS!EC ....... , 22,324 24,624 22,324 23,524

MOD OF IN-SYC EQUIP, AFATDS, ... ........... 2,O~9 2,059 2.0'9 2,059

LIGHT WUGHT TECH FIRE DIRECTION SYS (LWr., 3.223 3.223 3.223 3.223

CMeT SVC SUPT COrmlOL SYS (CSSCS) ...•.. . .... .. ... ... 22.197 22.197 22.197 22,197

FMO C2 ....... .......................... ......... , ... 19.474 19.474 19 ..474 19.474

AIR & MSL DEFENSE PlANNING & CONmOL SYS (AMD. 8.998 8,998 8.996 8.996

FORWARD ENTRY DeVICe I LIGHTWEIGHT FED (FEOIL .. , 6.023 8.023 6.023 6.023

STRII(EA FMILV ............. . . ... .., ... ., 6.000 3.000

KNI(iHT FA~llY. 6,732 2:6,732 6,732 20,732

LIFE CYCL~ SOFlWARE SUPPORT (leSS). , ,e14 1,814 1,814 1.814

LOOTECH ..... .............. 8.774 8.774 10.774 10,174

TC AIMS I! .... , ......... ... 17,492 17 .492 17 ,492 17 ,492

ISYSCON EQUIPI1ENT ......... 21.826 21.:526 21,528 21.528

JOINT NET\IORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (JNMS) ..... 9.452 9.452 9,452 9,452

TACTICAL INTERNET MNAGER .. .. , . 8.321 e.321 6,321 8.321

MANEUVER CONTROL 5VSnrt ("C5) ... 3T.141 41,141 37,141 41,141

STMIS TACTICAL COMPUTERS (STACOMP) .... 48,233 46,233 51.233 49,733

STANDARD INTEGRATED C"D POST sYSTEM., .. , .... . .. .., .... 361 361 2,3151 361

ELECT EQUIP. AUTOMATION


ARJtV TAAINING HODERNlZAlION., 6.186 15,166 6.166 6.186

AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP ••.... " 213.055 223,055 244.0~5 245.155

RES~RVE CO"PONENT AUTOPlATlON SYS (RCAS)., ............ 45.789 51.7B9 80,789 63.669

ELECT EQUIP' • AUDIO VISUAL SYS (MY)


AFRT5 .. ... 2.~19 2.519 2,519 2.519

ITE"S LESS THAN S::i, 0" (AIVI .•......... 3.879 3,879 3,879 3.879

lTE"S LESS THAN $5" (SURVEYING EQUIP"ENT). 2.0.7 2,047 2.047 2.047

ELECT EQUIP • SUPPORT


PRODUCTION 8ASE SUPPORT (C-E) . ...... , ... 426 426 42B 426
............... ............... . ... -_._-._. ..................
TOTAl., CO,U1UHlCATlONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPI'lENT .. 2.300,899 2,-414.068 2.430,-483 2.521.63:J
159
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OTHER SUPPORT EIl\IIPllENT


CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPftlENT
S"O~E & OBSCUIlANT FAMILY, SOF (NON MO ITE") 35.252 35.252 35,252 35.252

BRIDGING EQUIP"EHT
TACTICAL BRID~ING. 42,539 42.539 42.539 42.539

TACTICAL BRID~E. FLOAT·RIBBON •.. 59,392 59.393 84.393 82.893

ENGINEER (NON.CONSTRUCTION) eOUIPftENT


DISPENSER. MINE M139..... . ......•....•. 5.231 5.231 5.231 5.231
HANDHELD STANDOFF rtINEFIELD DETECTION SYS~HST. 1.766 3.768 1.766 2,186

KIT, STANDARD TELEOPERAHNG . 2.314 2.314 2,314 2.314

ROBOTIC COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM (ReSS) ••... 8,247 11.247 8,247 8,247

EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EOPIfr (EDO EOP"T). 9.398 9.398 9,39B 9,39B

nerls lESS THAN 55,.. COUNTER,UNE ECUIPrtENT 824 824 524 524

CO'BAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT


NEATERS >NO ECU' S. 13,544 13.544 13,544 13.544

lAUNDRIES, SHOl/EAS >ND tATRINES ... 5,919 5.919 5,979 6.919

SOUlIER ENHANCEl'teNT ....•. , .... 4,286 4,288 24.288 20.268


L1GHTWEIGHT HAINTENAHCE «:NCLOSURE (LPlE) ..•............ 1,517 9,417 7,517 9.217

LAND WARRIOR 94,827 3,000 1.~50

AUTHORIZED STOCKAGE LIST MOBILITY SYSTE. (ASL .. 4,451 4,451 4,451 4,451

FI£LD FEEDING EQUIPMENT, .... 16,021 16,021 16.021 18,021


AIR DROP PRQGRA' " , 4,892 4,602 4.892 4,892

IUftS LESS THAN $5.0tt (ENG SPT eo) . 10.047 12,947 10,947 12,947

ITENS LESS TltAN S5. OM (CSS ED) .. 4.000 3,41)0

PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT
OISTRIBUTlON SYSTEMS. PETROLEUM & WATER .. 24,205 24,205 24.205 24.205
INlANO PETROLEU" DISTRIBUT[ON SVSTEM .. , .182 1,182 1,1a2 1.1B2
WATER EQUIPNENT
WATER PLJR:IFlCATION SVSTEftS . 15.809 15.809 15,809 16.B09

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
COft"T SUPPORT HEOIeAL. . 16.555 26.05S 27,555 28,555

rtAINTENANCE eCUIP"ENT
SHOP EQ CONTACT I1AINTENANCE TRK Ino (1f1P) ..... 12.855 12.855 12,855 12.855

WELDING S~OP. TMILER "TO. 6,813 6,813 5,873 5,613

lTEftS LESS TH"'" $5.0" {MINT EQ) 4.002 4.002 4.002 4.002
CO!tSTRUCTtON EQUtprtE,n
MISSION MODULES· ENGINEERING .... 16,607 17,307 19,007 19,007

LOADERS . .... 8,148 8.14B 8,148 8.148


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CRANES .. '" , 4,131 4,131 4,131 4,131

CRUSHING/SCR£ENING PlANT, 150 TPH. 1,781 1,781 1,781 1.781

PL.At4T. ASPHALT MIXING ..... 1.937 1,937 1.937 1.937

HIGH H09ILlTY EHGINEER EXCAVATOR (HHEE),."""" 4,842 4,842 4,842 4,842

CONST EQUIP ESP" ,," " '''' "'" .•••• " " " . " .• ,." 10,000 10,000 10,000

ITEMS LESS TllAN $5.0M (CONST EQUIP),,,.,,,, ... ,,,,,,,, 6,308 8,305 6.305 6,305

RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPf'l£NT


LOGISTIC SUPPORT VESSEL (LSV) " 3,000 3,000

CAUSEWAY SYSTEtlS, ..•.•. , ... 12,000 12,000 '2,000

!TENS lfSS THAN $'.ON (FLOAT/RAIL) 7,880 ., ,860 7,BIlO 7.860

GENERATORS
GEMElIATORS AND /.SSOCIATEO EQUIP. 62,883 64,353 64.8~3 65.353

KATERIAL HI\NDLIMG EQUIPliENT


ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER HANIlLER (RTCH).",." •. 36,237 36,237 36,237 36,237

ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARfi'fY SYSTEM . . 22,422 30.222 22,422 22,422

HHE EXTENOEO SERVICE PRDGRAH (ESP). 1,329 1,329 1,329 1,329

TRAINING EQUIPMENT
COMBAT 'T1U.!NII4G CENTERS (CTC) SUPPORT •. 36,827 41.327 41,827 43,127

TRAINING DEVICES. NONSYSTEN .. ,. 166.2S4 202.2&4 306. '95 314,296

CLOSE CGHBAT TACTICAL TRAINER."". 71.692 71,692 71 ,692 71 ,892

A'JIATION CO"8INEO ARtiS T.A.CTICAL TRAIN'ER (A'YeA ... 10.29~ 10,295 10,295 10.29~

TEST MEASURE lNO DIG EOUIPMENT (THO)


CALIBRATION SETS EQUIPfilENT. , . 18,304 18,304 18,304 18,304

INTECRATED FMILY OF TEST EQUIP"ENT OFTE) •.....•.. 27,952 35,982 27,952 35.7~2

TEST EQUlPMENT MODERNIZATION (TEMOO), ..•.. , .•.•••. 14,718 14,718 14,718 14,718
161

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OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPHENT


PHYSICAL SECURITY SVSTE"S (OPA3).,.,. 75.288 75,2BB 75,288 101,188

BAS!! LEVEL COH' L EQUIPHENT. 15,026 15.028 IS.028 1!;' 026

"ODIFICATION OF IH·5VC EQutP"ENT (OPA.') .. 47.918 47.918 51,918 50.718

PROOUCTION BASE SUPPORT (DTH). 2.511 ~,571 2,571 2.571

SPECIAL EQUIPHENT FOR USER TESTING. .............. 11.526 21,526 13,526 21,426

I'lA6975 .. , .... , •..... ,., ................. . 2.419 2.419 2.419 2,419

lOTAl, OTHeR SUPPORT EQUJP"ENT . ... 1,082.011 1,101.084 1,201,525 1.259.975

SPARE ANO REPAI R PARTS


INITIAL SPARES ~ elE .. 4",714 84,714 84.714 74,714

INITIAL SPARES • OTHER SUPPORT EQUIP. , , ... 1,250 1.250 1.250 , ,250

TOTAL. SPARE ANa REPAIR PARTS , 45,1164 65.964 65.964 75.9B4

TOTAL, OTHER PIlOCUREHENT. ARIfY .. 4,216,B54 4,547,596 4,573.902 4,774,4152


162
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT Ll!VEL ADJUSTMENTS
[I. Ih......d. 01 doll....!
BudOlt
P·l Roguo!t Hou.. Senore Cont.rene.
4 HI M08 MULTl·PURP W1tLD VEH IHIIIIWV) 137,147 In,M7 ltn1.147 In.11T
AddllJonai Vehicles +35,000 +11.600
Ugh! Tactlcel Vehicles lor III ARNG +5,000 +2,500
Uparmanld HMMWV IM1114) +25,000 +20.000
HMMWV for the NlItlonal Gun +7,000 +5.250

FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACllCAL VEH (FMTV) 301,810 :W9"lD 309,81D 343,81D


Additional truclul-(Nol8: not Ie.. lt\an $8 million is only +40.000 +;M.OOO
10. the purt:llaseof AICR variaftl truckl)
Addltlanal opuons FMTV·CR 81Itibutable to CXlmp_ (50,000\ [50,0001
CXlfttractewe'" ssvlngs

FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTlNG 14,988 14,988 30,588 25.888


EQUIPMENT
Tsctlcsl FII1l FignUng Equipment +15,600 +10.900

FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FIfTV) In.nO 159.030 172,480 171,780


HEMTTS ICounle_ CoIps requl"""""ls> +11,900 +e,OOO
HEMTT lor the Army NalJonal GIl8.d +30.000 +18.000
MoV8menl T"'dling System +0,000 +7,650
Container RaY·ln/Out P_nn (M3 CROP) +5,000 +2,500
PLS Trucks lor Engi..... Milllicn Mod_ (EMM) +0,350 +6,500

ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES (ASY) 0 8.llOCI 0 5.1100


Armored security Vehicles +e.600 +5.600

15 MODlFlCAnoH Of IN live EQUIP $7.De1 S7,081 8••081 88,481


FUll Tank In8ltionlPolyul1llt\ane S8Iaty Foam +2,000 +1 ••00

20 NONTACTICAL VEHICI.I!S, OTHER '.2110 6,280 8,210 8,280


Unju.lltied CXlM g _ '1,000 .1.000

22 WIN· TACllCAL PROGRAM 3,231 0 0 0


Unjustified orowth .3,231 ·3,231 -3,231

34 ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA RADlOI 52,SM 55.884 57,314 SUM
EPLRS Radios (Coun.."'ttack Corp. l8Qui",men1s) +3,500 +:5,000 +4.000

38 SINCGARS FAMILY 38,278 74,275 14,275 tnI.275


SINCGARS (NoIe: only to procu", SINCGARS radios +35,000 +15,000 +30.000
and nece..ary hardware lor the _ DivIsion)

39 ACUS MOD PROGRAM 108,3.1 111,391 128,3.1 121,191


ANIUXC-10 DIaItaI FecoJmge +0,000 "'8.800
DlgltaI GnKlp MulllplelU!' Alsemblags Syatom High +20,000 +14,000
Spssd (DASH)
163
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P·l R!C!u", HoUH Sena.. Confetence
40 COMMS-ELEC EQUIP FIELDING 11,803 38,803 aO,803 31,353
Improved Higl>-Frequency Radio. ANJPRC·15O for Army +7,000 +4.200
Reserve
DIgIIllI Deployed Training Campus (OOTC) Fielding +10,000 +5.000
Program lor Mny National GIlBrd (Note: only for DOTe
""It i n _ VTBTSlCPOF Bod Commend Training)
\'Inis.. Backhoul Fr.. BBse Stallon +3,500 +1.750
Improved High Frequency Radio-lor Army Na1Ionat ·2.500 +1,800
GUBrd
Multlband Inter/Intra TOBm Radio (MBITRI ANlPRC-l48 +2,000 +1.200
VIrtual Patch Crisis Commulll""tion CoordlnaUon +3.000 +1,500

42 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR (CSEL) 15,383 15.383 13.!Ill3 13,5Il3


CSEL requirements d\8nge .1,800 .1,800

49 BASE SUPPORT COIolMUNICATlONS ",8n 50.836 89.450 71,880


aa.. S,pport Communications upgrades-f'L sam +1,000 +1 ,(x)()
Houston
Base Support COmmunication....Upgrades to 1M' +2.000 +1,400
miscommunlcallons inlratruc:ture, Fl Lawls
Upgrade 01 the TeiaconvnunicaUonslntraBlrudur8, Foil +1,000 +1,000
Monmouth
Natwor1< and IT IntraslrucllJre Capabllltias +1.430 +1.430
PACMERS +7,385 +7.385
AlaskB·Wldo MobUe Rodio (LMR) Program +5.BOO +5,800
USARAK 13A Translonnallon RIIQUi"""""ts +7,000 +\1.000
Emeroency Response System +1,000 +1,000

83 INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3H.ll1 U8,188 333,111 330,888


Palmtop EmalllOftC\' AoIlon for C h _ (PEAq Tool +5.000 +2,500

55 LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN) ",475 104,475 81,475 101,475


LOcal AI'" Netwoll< (LAN) Upgroda-Fort Drum, NY +8,000 +6,000

58 ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS (ASAS) (nARA) 38.880 37,880 38.880 40.880
ASAS-Light (Counter&l1lCk ~ requlnlmenlll) +700 +3.700

81 P_HI!T GROUND (TIARA) 3,175 13,175 3,1lS 10,875


Prophet (Note: only 10 pIOCUfe addiUonal Prophel Block I +10.000 +7,700
Systems ftt tho Nallonal Guard.)

70 MOD OF IN-IlVC EQUI' (INTEL aPT) (TIARA) 2.11. Z.118 6,818 4,71.
National Guard VIrtual, lOw..cost Infrastructure Pilot +3,000 +2.100
Progr8ftl
164
Budget
P·l Reg....t HouH senat. ConfMet'lce
74 COUNTERINTELLIGENCI!JSECURITY 2,288 4,286 2,286 2,288
COUNTERMEAllURES
NBlional Guard Vehicle Tracking Syslem "'2,000

77 NIGHT VISION DEVICES SS,l2t 70.828 88,828 88.828


Mlnl·fR l\lX2-1or II1e '8111 AI"",,"" Corps +5.000 +4.000 +4.000

78 L1WT VIDEO RECON SYSTEM (LWYRS) 8.00lI 3.SOD


Ughlweight Video ReoonneilSMCO SyoIem-E_ +5.000 +3.500
Equlpmenl-Tactlcel Surveillance

8' TACTICAL OPERATlONS CENTEIlS 48,613 68.813 45,613 88.513


Tecticel Oporetiona Center (Coun1e"- Corps +23.900 +23.800
requirement)

82 ADV FA TAC DATA SYS I EFF CTRL sn 22.324 24,824 22,324 23,524
(AFATDSlECS)
Adv_ Field Artillery Tactlcel Dale SyoIem. (APTOS) +2,300 +1,200
ftlr NOrlh COroline Army Na1Ionel Guerd

STRIKER FAMILY 6,000 3,000


Nigtrt Fire SuppoIt Vehicle M707lftlnnerly Jcnown .. 46.000 +3,000
Slrtker) (38)

89 KNIGHTFAMU-Y 6,732 28,732 6.732 211,732


Knight Femlly for ARNG +20.000 +'4,000

101 LOGT1!CH 8,774 6,774 10,774 '0,174


Rock 'sland Araena! AIT Inlliative +2,000 +1.400

107 MANEUVER CONTROL SYST1!M (MCS) 37,1.' 41.141 37.141 41,141


Meneuvar Control Sys10rn (CoUrltOllltteck Corp. .....000 .....000
requlJements)

106 STAMIS TACTICAL COMPUTERS (STACOMP) 48,233 48,233 S1,233 48,733


GIObel Combet Suppo~ System +8,000 +3.500

109 STANDARD INTEGRAT1!D CMD POST SYSlBI 361 381 2,361 381
160th Speclel OperetlOna AYillbOn Regiment AlItometic +2,000 0
10 TeclInology Program (Note: moved \Q lin. 111 OP ,AI

111 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP 213,055 223,085 244,055 246,156


Virtual Million Preparelicln +3.000 +2,550
Paul Rewtre Command Informalion Sysb!lm +2.000 +1,500
Automeled ldendflcetlon Tecl",ology/Redio Frequency +5,000 +2.000 +3,000
ldentillcallon (AITIRFIOI
Regional MecJical DirMbUtNe Learning ....,000 +2,800
160th Spoclel OperaUaIlG A_n Regl..-l Au!ornlltlo +2,000
10 Technology Program (Note: moved from line 108
OPAl
D1g_n 01 DoD Technical MenueJa +25,000 +21.250
165
BUdget
P·I R!QU!!t Houoo Sonolo Conf....nce
112 RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS (RCAS) 45.789 51.781 80,789 63.eal
AdYenclld \nlonnallon TedInoIogy ServieesIAITS) +6.000 +5.100
(Nole: only 10 field aaalllonal priority DTTP tIalnlng
ItIclHlles and upgrade operating 1)'8\...1)
Ad'"nced Infonnalion Technology SorvlceB-Nllional +15.000 +12.800
Guara

120 TACTICAl. BRIDGE. FLOAT.RIB801l SUI) 58.U3 84.S113 1a,a13


COm,..,n Ilriclgo, Tranoporter +5,000 +3.500

124 HANDHELD STANDOFF MINEFIELD DElECTION SYS. 1,7" 3,7H 1.7H 2,788
HSTAMIDS
Handhold StlIndofl Mine Detedlon Syelem (HSTAMIOS) +2,000 +1.000
(Note: only 10 plen lor. schedule and continue
lIWll....ted procurement In older 10 ....t urgent
operaliona' requl",menlllo SQuip floImy Ion:eo with the
ANlPSS-14 .-Iandmlne dellOC1or.)

128 ROBOTIC COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM (RCSSl 8,247 11,247 1,247 8,247
AnU-Porsonnel Obsla.1e Bnlaching Syslam (APOBS) +3.000 0
(Note: lI8nsferrad 10 Hno 28 PA,A)

134 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT 4,2118 4,288 24,288 20,288


Advanced COmbol H.lmet +20,000 ...t6,000

1)8 UGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE (LME) 7.m l,.en 7,m 1,2T7


FAST FutIJWtlerlDeconlaminllllon SyaIem +1.900 +1,700

138 LAND WARRIOR 114,827 3,000 0 1.880


Land WarTtor program restructure -94,821 -62,110 -62,110
T","sfor 10 RDA Line 102 ~.717 ~,717
Procurement 0' Cylindrical Zinc Air 8alt8tY for Objeclive +3.000 +1.650
ForceWamor

141 ITEMS LESS THAN U MILLION (ENG SPT EO) 10.847 12.847 10,....7 12.147
SUIY'¥lr Reconnaisaonca Set [Nole: only lor inlliai +1,000 +1,000
flOidlng oled.enced GPS ",conntlsaanc:a kits fer
mlnelleld mspplng end mlnIleld .... ~ng mlsa"'",)
Powerblaae Mine Detection System +1.000 +1.000

142 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION ICSS EQ) 4.000 2.400


Uhn>-hlgh Intenalty "'lnIalu'" illumination Syetem for the +4.000 +3,400
XVIII Airborne CoIpe (NOte: only for Nighthunler 1 and
2,)

147 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAl. 18,585 21.085 27,1l1li 28.885


COmbat Autorna18d Strv~ Support '-lodlcaJ (CASS-"') +2,000 +1,000
PonBble L_ _ Blood CooIng and Slorage +1.500 +1.000
Portable RapId 1 _ . (IV) Infusion Pump +3,000 +1,500
Ufe SUpport lor TIlIumo and Tra/lSllOrt (LSTAT) +3.000 +2,500
Chilosan Hemmorage COntn>l O",saing +10.000 +6,000
GoI_ Hour COllllltner (Noto: ,..,_ 10 DHP +1.000 0
pIOCUIlImenf)

En~ _on......,18
154 MISSION MOOULES - ENGINEERING
for N""oaa National Guard
Wat... dlstribuUon rmdules ARNG
1'.807 17.:107
+700
11.007

+2.400
11.007
+700
+1,700
166
Budglt
P.l R!g_t HouM Senll. Contoronco
185 CONST EQUIP ESP a 10,000 10,000 10,000
Construction Equipmlln\ _ Llfs ExtONlon P~ram +10,000 +10,000 +10,000
(SlEP)

188 lOGISTIC SUPPORT VESSEL (LSV) 3,000 0 3,000


sm.1I Tugs +3.000 +3,000

169 CAUSEWAY SYSTEMS 12,000 12,000 12.0lIO


Modular Co_y Syalom (Rail Flost Containerization +12.000 +12,000 +12,000
Syst.m)

171 GENERATORS AIIO ASSOCIATED EQUIP 81,153 ",SSS ",ISS 6$,353


2kW Military Taclical Generalor +1,600 +1,100
Solar Por1abls _ Pack (P3) +2,000 +1,400

173 AlL TERRAIN UFTING ARMY SYSTEM Z2AZ2 30,112 Z2AZ2 22,422
All T.",'n U1Ier hmy System (ATlAS) +7,800 0

176 COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS (CTC) SUPPORT 36,127 41,317 41,127 43,127
Abmmf/: Ful-Crew Intel1letive Simulation Trainers (A. +1,000 <04.000 +2,500
FIST XXI)
hmy National Guard AlB FIST +3.500 1",800
DFIRST 0 0 +1,000
M-COFT XXI +1,000 +',000

177 TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM 115,254 202.154 301,115 314,215


SIMNET Tr&iners (58) for the Atmy National Guard +5.000 +S,ooo
Combat AimS Training System-MNG +7,000 +3,500
NrC Flb.r OpUc N.1work (Nota: only" com_ "'" "'5.000 +15.000
fiber optic upgrade altho NrC)
La.., Morl<smanshlp Trolnlno Syslom (l.MTS) Fi.kllno +5,000 +2.~OO
Progra.....Anny Rose"'"
Laser Marl<smal\8tllJl Training System (lMTS) AllIdlng +5.000 +2,500
Pnloram-AmlY N"'''na1 Guard
Guard UnnAnnory lleYIC8 Fun-crew Intaractlve +2,000
SimUlation Trainer (GUARDFIST II)
Military Operation, In Urb.n TOII'BIn (MDUT) <04,800 +2,400
hmy Uve Fire Training Rano., +2.()(x) +1.000
GBUr'rttet TraIrIlng Instrumentation and Faclltl)' Upgrade +1,541 +1.541
EST 2OllO-hmy Re........ +4.000 +2.000
In8tIUmentation for MOUT f'adlity al Port Cempbell +2.800 +2,800
SBCT Equipment and Fiolding tnlO_ +100,000 +85,000
BaIl10 Area Com.... T"'lIeIry +6,200 +6,200
Fa" Wal~ht P.40UT Instrumentation Upgradee +5,800 +5.800
172nd SIB Rang.'mprovemant Plan +12,000 ... 12.000

,., INTEGRA'Il!D FAMILVOFlESTEQUIPMENrflFTEj 27,052 35,852 27.952 35,752


I_mod Family of TNleq"pmanlllfTE) +8,000 +6,800
TSc-750 Computer Systam +1.000

115 PHYSICAl SECURITY SYSTEMS COPIU) 75,288 75,188 75,188 101,1&11


WMD CIvil Support T..... a 0 +25.900

167 MODIFICATION OF INoSVC EQUIPMENT (OPA-3) 47,018 47,01' '1,01. SO,71'


Modem Burner Untt <04.000 +2.800
167

BudgOl
P·l Rl!luNl HOU•• So...1e Conference
189 SPEC\AI. EQUII'MENT FOR IlSER TEanNG il,ae 21,528 n,1l:l8 21,428
Advanced Throol Commun_ _ ric +10,000 +8,500
TOS Threat Slmul8tDr and In_nlllllon Program +2.000 +1,400

192 INIllAL SPARES - C&E 404,714 14,714 84,714 74,714


Rapid Ac:quiaillon INote: Only to .~port tile Arm'!_ +20,000 +15,000
innl_ of providing rapid aCQuisition _noa to
eommanders engaged In OperatIon Enduring FreedOm
and Operation Iraqi Freedom)
Rapid Fielding Inltlativa +20,000 +15,000
168
STRYKER BRIGADE FIELDING OOTIATIVE
The conferees have included $85,000,000 for the acceleration
and successful fielding of the Army's Stryker Brigades, beginning
with the 3rd SBCT. This increased funding shall provide necessary
equipment, logistics and other procurement items to ensure an on~
time and adequately equipped fielding of the Army's SBCTs. The
_ conferees direct the Secretary of the Army to submit a report to the
Committees on Appropriations within 12~days of enactment of the
fiscal year 2004 Defense Appropriations Act on the Army's plan to
implement this funding guidance.
169

AIRCRAFr PROCUREMENT, NAVY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In tl'louunda of dollara)


Budget Kou'e Senate COnf'renee

AIRCRAFT PROCIJREKEHT, NAVY

COPtBAT AIR.CRAFT
AV·8B IVISToL)HAIlRIER (K'/I'). 12.493" 12.493 12,493 12.493

F/A·i8EfF (FIGHTER) HORNET (fM'). 2,948,380 2,946.380 2,91B,380 2,913,380

FIA·18EIF (FIGHTeR) HORNET IIlYP} (AP.CY) .. 84.76S 84. 7e~ ft4,7e~ B4.76S

V·:22 (PtEDJU" LIFT) •...... ,. 833. '09 833, ,09 833,'09 833,'09

V·22 (KEoIUK LIFT) (AP.CY) .. 39.058 38,038 38.oB8 39,068

UH-1V/AH-12 ..• . 310.799 3'0,789 3'0.188 3'0,789

KH·eoS (KYP) .•. 338.538 338,636 316,536 3H5,,36

"H·eoS (KYP) (AP·CY) •..•. 94.812 84.912 94,972 114,912

KH·60R ........ 382.057 352,051 342,051 342,051

"H·eOR (AP-CV) 48,412 4e ,412 4e,472 <16,412

E·2C (EARLY WARHING) HAWI(EVE (IIYP} ............ 211,091 211,007 211,097 211,087

E·2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWI(EYE (KYP) (AP.tv) ... 11.409 11 ,409 11.409 11,409

......... ~ .. ......... - ... ............ ....... - ..... ­


TOTAL. COMBAT AIRCRAFT .. 5,285.141 5,2B5,147 5,2B4,141 B.282,141

AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
UC·35, ... 15.518 15.519 31,179 31,179

C·40A .... ... 83,952 83,9B2 53,8B2 83.982

C-37 ........ , B5.ooo 55.000

................ ................ ............... ..............

TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT ........ ......... , ... 18,531 79,531 150,131 150,131

170
(In thouundl of dol1ar&)
Hau,. Senate Conf4rence

TRAINER AIRCRAFT
T·39 0­ 22,0'6 22,018 22.0i8 22.018

T"51'S (TRAINER) GOsw.WK ....••. " .. 339.201 339,20' 339.20' 339.201


JPATS .... . 2.399 24,099 ;ilO.3g9 2' .899
- ............. ............. .~ ................... . .......... ­
TOTAL, TRAINER AIRCRAFT. 363,818 385.318 3S1.616 383,118

OTHER AIRCRAFT
KC·I30J ...... 39.183 39.183 30,163 39,163

AOVANCE PROCUREMENT (C'I') .. '0.000 ".ODD .0.000 ".000


F·6 ' \ .e.l7 1.9'7 1.9.7 1.947

TlITAL. OTHER AIRCRAFT . 81.110 81, t10 81,110 81,110

MOllIFICATiON OF AIRCRAFT
EA·6 SERIES., 207.148 284.148 207.1~ 251.646

AII·8 SERIES .. 20.866 57.688 67.888 57.866

ADVERSARY . 2.5'9 2,649 2.6'"


F,'8 SERI6S. 34'.894 370,894 36:1,594

N·.e SERIES .. 81.072 63.572 81.072 67.072

AH·1W SERIES .. 5.810 10.810 5.810 10.060

H-63 SERIES ' . 9.876 20.878 17.87& 2'.628


8H-5O SERIES . 18.'05 19.905 18.405

H·' SERIES .... 3,492 3,492 13.492

EP·3 SERIES. 31.508 50&,306 41,306 55,6011

P·3 SERIES .... e..972 12'.972 127,972 14D,222

5·3 SERIES . 8.36' 8.36<1 8.354 8,364

E·2 SERIES ,. '3,139 48,139 43,13Q 49,139

TRAINER Afe SERIES, .•... 10.'97 10,497 10,497 10,497

C-2A .... , ...• , ...... , ... 3S,318 35.318 35.318 36,316

C·130 SERIES .. 6,55-4 8.8e. 6,5M 7,554

FEWSG. 5&5 585 585 585

CARlJO/TllAHSPORT AlC SERIES .. 13.m 13.290 13.290


e·e SERIES ... , '8.5'7 '8.517 48.517 '8,517
Iil(ECUTt\l£ HELICOPTERS SERIES .. .. 211.537 28.537 26.537 28.537
SPECIAL PRoJECT AIRCRAFT ••••.. , , .. , 49.601 69,101 'P.80' 58,551

T,'5 SERIES." ........ , ...... , 22.321 22.321 22.321 22,321

- ---------~----

171
(In thou••ncl. 01 dOll.ra)
Budget Haul' $8n81:8 Conftrence

Pi1WER PLANT CHANGES •.•. , 21.58'1 21,584 21.584 2' ,S84


JPAT$ SEFlIES . 534 534 534 534

AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT IlODS.•••. 6.358 6.358 8.355 8.358

COIl"ON EC" EQUiPMENT, , 20.729 28.729 20.729 25.628

COMON AVIONICS C1<ANGES . 148.62T 148.627 148.62T

V·22 (TILT/ROTOR ACFT) OSPREy .. , ... , ... 4.81< 4,814 "",814 4,81.

TDTAL. NOllIFICATIOIl OF AIRCRAFT .. 1.278.817 1,494.117 1.417.817 l.S12.3,7

AIRCRAFT SPARES AlID REPAIR PARTS


SOARES AND REPAIR PARTS " .. I. '58.057 1.158.067 1. '58.057 '1.'58.057

AIRCAAFT SUPPORT EOUIPllE"T AIIll F~ILITIES


COIlItON GROUND EQUIPMENT , .. .. . 480.885 485.886 480,888 480.8&5

AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES ... , 15.487 15.487 15.487 15.487

WAR CONSUMABLE5 . 11 ,247 11.247 14,247

OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES . 25.790 25.790 25.7ll<l 25.790

SPECIAl. SUPPORT EQUII'IIENT .. 26.786 28,786 26,78t5 26.785

FIRST DESTINATION TRNlSPDRTATIOH ...•.. ,.' .. , ..•.... 1.894 1.684 1,e94 1,694

TOTAL. AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIP"ENT & FACILITIES .. , ... 541,888 646.868 54".668 543.969

TOTAL, AIRCIlIFT PROCURE"ENT. HAW 8.788.148 9.030,146 9.017.548 9,110,848


172
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
(In thouI I " of dolll..'
IludgeI
P-l Roq_ H"". . se..... C<lnlentnce
2 FIA-1.EII' (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP) 2,1M6,3IG 2,_.sao 2,875,380 2,873,_
SIlared Roconna_nee Pod (SHARP) +4.000 +2,000
Ai",..ft AnciIiary Equipll181l1 +25,000 +25,000
8MH_IMYP) 338,138 338,138 '18,E38 '18,638
U.,juatifled euppotf coate ·20,000 -20.000
11 MH~A (AP-CY) 352,057 352,067 342,057 342,067
Unjustified """pori collt8 .10.000 '10,000
18 Uc:-a& 15,578 15,579 31,178 '1,178
OpsraUonallupporl aircraft +15,500 +15,500
l ' C-37 0 0 55,ClOO 55,000
Aircraft prccul9menl acceleration +55,000 +55,000
21 ~PATS 2,388 24,ll81l 20,398 21,.
T..6A (Note: onty ro, aircraft and ground·based trainer
"YSlom) +21,700 +18,000 +19,500
25 EM; SERIES 207,148 214,148 207,148 251,_
EA-eB Reedy Room .....Ion Aahe....t TraIr1e' (MRT]
(Note: only 10' eortware and I8lJllln d a _
IncOIPOral1on Illlo MAT 10 remain ""mllll with ICAP III
upgrade.) +4,000 +2,000
ALQ.99 Low Band Tranlmltta, (LaT) ArrtOlllUl Group
(Nota: only 10 incr.... _lIonal capebIIly and
.........18 the delivery 01 ALQ-98 10 Il1e Flael)
+5,000 +3.500
USQ·I 13 • odd_ procurement +8,000 +4,000
EMlB· \0 _ .... 0Utll. Wing Panel (OWP)
replacement _,000 +35,000
26 AY~ BEllIES 2O,Me 57,186 57,855 57,Me
U1ellln9 Advanced Te'9"Ung (AT) pods • procure
eddIlIOnal podo and upgrade UI8n1ng II pods 10 AT podo
+37,000 +37,000 +37,000
29 M8 SERIES 335,_ 341,884 370,_ 385,51M
ATARS (Note: only to acce\&rate lhe cOIW8raion 01
ATARS with a llOlld Ila18 recorder upgrada) +5.000 +4,200
F••t tacticel imagery 2 +\,000 +',000
ECP 583 Upgredel +35.000 +24,500
30 11-48 8ERIES '1,072 83,572 '1,072 .7,on
Llghtwelghtonnor for the CH-45 +2,500 +6,000
31 AK-l W SERIES 5,810 10,'10 5,1110 10,080
Nighl TalQ8l1ng SysI&m (NTS) night IlghUng eapabnlty +5.000 +4,250
32 K-53 SEAlES 8,876 20,876 17,878 2.4,1l28
M3M .50 cal heavy machine gun +7,000 +5,950
MH·53 oruhwonhy GMt program +4,000 +3,400
CH·53 IMD-HUMS +8,000 +S,1lOO
'3SH-60SERIES 1'.405 18,BC1S 1'·,_ 19_
HeIHire Se. T8'9"1 Laoe' Aim SCoHng SYlI'am (STLASS) +1.500 +1,000
34 H·l SEAlES 3,492 3,412 13,482 10.882
UH·1 Upgrad_ AJo.UAAQ..22 NTIS PIP +10.000 ...5.000
Dual TorqullndlC81or& (200) for UH·1NI end HH-1Na +2,500
:1& EM SERies '1,508 84,308 47,_ 55'­
EP·3 JMOO Upgrede +18,000 +10,800
EP-3 Radio Frequ"""Y Dill......." (AFD) U~grede +4,800 +2.400
EP-3E ARIES II YME nOle, +11.000 +7.700
T _ ' Cornmu_ SysI&m +4.800 +3,400
173
8 ....01
P'1 Reg_ Hou.. 6entle COnf.ence
37 P-3 SERIES 94,972 124,972 127,972 140,222
A1.A·95 ESM ovstam lIb,olY.. lnt"llrateelloglatlcll and
lnIlning Itlppon +4,000 +3,400
AlP ESWdignallnltAnlBn&Oul lrequency mM8urernonte
(D1FM) upgrade +6,000 +5,100
AcixJatic date reeorderJd8ta replav recorder +4.000 +2,800
Eleclro-Optlcs and CommunicatlDnl Upgrades­
modlllcottcn 10 non·AlP el",..1 10 _lor EO upgrade
~d enhanced commUllication +1,SOD +1.000
p,otectlon 10, IntllJIlmenllanding """"""' (ILS) (NolO: only
lor e<ldillonal ptOCU,,,,,,ont 01 FM Immu"", MuIll·Mode
Aecelvers for lho P-3C ..ries .1"",,1) -t-2,OOO +1,200
ALR·gS g801oca1lon upgrade +2,500 +1,750
P·3 Ail'Cl1l11 Heahh MoMoring SyelOm (AHMS) upgrade +2,000 +1,400
Digital Slar•• Men.g....nt Syelorn (OSMS) +6,000 +5,000
Hub Inlograled Power SwItching SyStem (HIPSS) +2,000 +1,400
AddItio<\e1 AlP KIta +28,000 +16,200
TaetlceJ De18 LIiIJ< +8,000 +3,000
EIeoIrQoOplic8 .nd CommunlclllloN Upg_ +1,000 +1,000
391!-2SERIES
Accelerate dollign modficetlono lor ..t;caJ werltghting
",139 ",I.
+5.000
",13t 49,1.
+3,D00
ANtuSC-42{V)3, M1nj.DAtM (.'",rall) • maYed!rom ina
81 +3,000
42 C·lao SERies 8,564 8,1i54 8,514 7,554
C·l3D Electronic Propeller Conlrol SyStem (fPCS) +2,000 +1,000
47 SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT 49,801 15&,101 49,801 68,551
Advanced Ai",raft CoI_ Syetam CNol8: only lor
Inlogrellon end InetellaUon oI.dvenced 81gMl collection
capabilities in 81.4)pOrt at the War on TelT01lsm) +S,OOO +4,250
FORCE Upgrade +4,500 +2,700
&2 COMMON ECM El;lUIPMENT 2O,m 28,729 20,72t 21>,129
Rader Werning Receive' Syotem (APR 39) +6,000 +5,100
81 COMMON GROUND ECOUIPMENT 450,lIS5 -'116 450,555 480,116
ANlUSc-42{V)3, Mini-OAtM (el",roII) • moved to line 39 +3,000
53 WAR CONSUMABlES 11,247 11.247 14,247 13,347
Aerie! Refueling Slare Adyanced PDW8l Syotems +3.000 +2,100
174
E-2C AERODYNAMIC IMPROVEMENTS
The conferees are aware that the Navy has investigated the
use of aerodynamic improvements such as strakes to obtain im­
provements in handling characteristics and wind-over-deck require­
ments of the E-2C thereby improving the safety and performance
of this platform. The conferees urge the Navy to test and install
_ boundary layer flow modifications to the E-2C using aerodynamic
strakes.
USMC CH-46 ARMOR REPLACEMENT
The conferees agree to provide $6,000,000 to procure light­
weight armor for the CH-46. Replacing the existing steel armor
with Kevlar will reduce the weight of the CH-46 by almost 400
pounds, enabling the aircraft to carry two additional combat loaded
troops without degrading protection.
V-22
The conferees urge the Department of the Navy to set aside
funds available in this Act for the V-22 Osprey aircraft procure­
ment program for cost reduction measures, consistent with past
practices and levels.
175
WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:
(In thoul8nd. of dollars)
Budg.t House Senate Conf.nnc.@

WEAPONS PROClJREPIENT, NAVY

BALLISTIC "lSS1LES
TRIOENT II. 675,209 875.209 310,609 137,432

TRIDENT " HODS. 229.600 612,777

SUPPORT EQUIPHENT AHD FACiliTIES


IUSSILE lHOUSTRIAl FAeILIllES ..•. \.306 1.306 1,30$ 1.305

TOTAL, BALLiSTIC HISSIlES ... 878.S14 878.514 e01,514 8151.514

OTHER .'SSllES
STRATEGIC HISSIlES
roHAHA".e , , , . 277 .588 485,588 272.286 355,288

AFFORDABLE WEAPON .

ESSH .. 112.774 112,77. 102,774 102.714

TACTICAL H!SSllES
AIIRAA/l .. , • . • . • • . • .. • . . .. • . • . 37,848 37.848 37.6C8 37,648

SIDEWINDER .•. , , . 35.81S 26,818 35.81S 25.818


JSOW •. 138,~1 138,451 118.451 118,451

SWl-ER., .. 54,145 49,14' 54,145 51,145

STANDARD HISSllE. 148.308 148,308 148,308 t48,308

RAH ••.•• , •••.••••••••••••••.•••.•.•. 48,315 48,315 48.315 48,3'6


AERIAL TARGETS ...•. 70,678 78.276 80.876 78.276

DRONES AND DECOYS. 20,ooD 17,000

OTHER HISSllE SUPPORT .... 10,943 10,943 10.943 10.943

PlOOIFICATION OF PlISSILES
HAM teOS . 7.787
STAHOARD HISSllES HaoS ........ 50,836 6O,S36 50.836 50.836

SUPPORT EQUJAtEMT AND ~ACIUTIES


WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES . 7,443 7.443 37.443 32,943

ORDNANCE SuPPORT eQUIPH£NT


lIRllHANCE SUPPORT EQUIPHENT •••• 15,381 18,361 Hj,381

TOTAL. OTHER HISSllES .. 1.018.083 1,208.808 1,033,008 1,093,108


176

Un tnoulands of do1181"'t.)
Budg et Moun s.nate Conference

TORPEDOES AIlD RELATED EQUIPI\ENT


TORPECOES AIIJ RELATED EQUIP,
ASW TARG£TS •..•....•.•••••••••. 25,532 25,632 25,532 25,532

"DO OF TDRPEJX)£S AND RELATED EQUIP

"K-4. TORPEDO "DDS."."". ", ". "."""


34.249 46,249 34,249 42.849

"K·-48 TORPEDO ADCAP nODS •••.•••.••••• , • 60.372 60,372 60.372 60.372

OUICKSTlllKE "INE",,,,, ., . 3.210 3,210 3.210 3,2'0


SUPPORT EQUtP"ENT
TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPHENT •..• ,.,., 24.943 24.943 24,943 24,943

ASW RANGE SUPPORT" 12.811 15.311 12,811 14,561

DESTINATION TRAHSPORTATION

FIRS1' MSTlNA.T1ON TRAMSPORn.T1QN ••.•••.•.. , ..


2,776 2,776 2,778 2,77.
-....-....-- --. --... ~. ~- ............... .......... -....

TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQ'JIP"EHT .....•• , '.3,693 "6,393 '.3,693 "4,043

OTMER WEAPONS
GUNS AND GUN HOUNTS
Sf'lAlL ARf'S AND WEAP~S ..•••••••••••••• , •••••... _•• • •• 4,240 4,240 4,24D 4.240

MODIFICATIDO OF GUNS AND GUN HOUNTS

CM "ODS .... "" " .. "' .. ' .. "" .....


41,446 49,446 S6,". 49,446

GUN "OlIKT t«lDS ••...••••••.•..•..•.••••••.••.•••.....•. 27.263 25,763 52,263 49,263

OTMER
TACTICAL UAV • PIONEER •. 13.522 '3.622 7.622 10,122

CRUISER 1'I0DERNIZATl'ON ••. 15,300


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

TOTAL, OTNER WEAPONS '" ' .. 116,573 93,073 120,773 '28,373


SPARES AHD REPAIR PARTS ••••• 48,748 45,746 46,746 46.746

TOTAL. WEAfONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY.................... 1,99',621 2.205,834 1,987,934 2,095,164

177
EXPLANA110N OF PROJECT LEVEl AOJUSTMENTS

-
(In IhOllllndl of <101....)
BUdgol
P·l
. 1 TRIDENT II
Request SeneIe eon.......,.
67&,211& 67&,211& 137.432 1a7.0t32
Move to modifiGiltlon line ·537,777 '537.777
3 TRIDENT UMODS 0 0 412,777 &12,777
Transfer from full fuoomg line ~37,777 .537.777
PRlgram meneglll1llntlauppoflablU1y ·75,000 ·25.000
6 TOMAHAWK 217,511 "",&Ill 272_ 35S,211
Addltlonsl Tectlcal Tomohawk miSSlIlI +183.000 +83.000
Tooling and ••,""g oqulpment +25.000 0
CClS SUbm.rine c.p.ule coat gRlWtll '5,300 ·5,300
6 ESSII 112,174 112,774 102,774 102,7U
UnJuadlled requeat '10.000 ·10,000
8 SIDEWINDER 35,816 2&,818 35,818 2&,81&
Chlnge FRP 41h lotIo lRIP .nd hold number III aame as
PlloJ",," LRIP buy­ '10.000 ·10,000
9 JSOW 1:18,4&1 138,461 118,4&1 11&,4&1
C V.rlant FRP dalay ·20,000 '20,000
10 SLAM-l!R 64,146 411,146 &4,146 &1,146
Slow oblig8llon8l""""l1dilIJres ·5,000 .3,000
13 AERIAL TARGETS 70,67& 7&,27& 80,676 78,27&
GOM-l &aA S_nIC Se. Skimming TIl/llIlI (SSSn +7.600 ... '0,000 +7,6()()
14 DRONES AND DECOYS 0 20,000 17,ciao
ITALD +20,000 ... 17.000
19 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES 7,443 7,443 37,443 32,943
ABL Faclllua_ RlSloratlon +30.000 +2&,500
23 MK-46 TORPEDO MODS 34,249 48,249 34,249 42,&49
MIt 54 UghlMlghllOlPldo ,epleOlmant • lIltlIp up lor
FRP .12,000 +8,400
27 ASW RANOE SUPPORT 12,811 16,311 12,811 14,561
P/ICIlo North...... Undo.... Range Support (Note: _hall
r""""'" rulilundlng in 2005 vdlhin MoJor R.nge Teat
Foelity a... program) +2,500 +1.760
32 C1WSMODS 41,44& 49,44& 56,44& 48,44&
a
1 Upgrade ktts (Note: only to re-manufaeture ,Fleet
Phalen. C_ln Wilpon SY811m ICIWS) to BIoct< 18
configuration) +8.000 +15.000 +8,000
34 GUN MOUNT MODS 27,283 25,763 52,263 48,283
Minor caliber gun system· accelerate procurement fGf
"""'. in ah~ aell-delanle +2,000 +1,200
Slow obJJgaJJonal.-,,~I1U'" ·3,600 ·3,600
MI<-15 Mod 4 5' gun upgrade6 +35,000 +34,300
MIt·3B gun ·10.000 -10,000
3B TACTICAL UAV - PIONEER 13,822 13,822 7,122 10,122
InllUlllclanllmp",oemant atrategy ·6,BOO -3,500
30 CAUISIR MODERNIZATION 0 0 15,300
178
TACTICAL TOMAHAWK
The conferees agree to provide a total of $355,288,000 instead
of $485,588,000 as proposed by the House and $272,288,000 as pro­
posed by the Senate. In addition, the conferees agree that the Navy
may procure 350 missiles with these funds instead of the 450 mis­
siles recommended by the House and the 267 missiles rec­
. _ ommended by the Senate.
The conferees do not agree to provide the $25,000,000 as pro­
posed by the House for tooling and testing equipment, under­
standing that this requirement will be accommodated from within
funds previously made available to the Department of Defense as
part of the Emergency Wartime Supplemental Appropriations Act
(Public Law 108-11).
Multi-year procurement contracting authority. The conferees
agree to approve the request for contracting authority for a multi­
year procurement of the Tactical Tomahawk missile as proposed by
the House.
179
PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, NAVY AND MARINE CORPS

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In thousand, of dolln.)


Budget Houe. Senete tartf.renee

I'llOCURENENT OF AIINO. NAVY & PlARINE CORPS

PROt AllHO. NAVY


NAVY A"'"ONITlON
GENERAL PURPIlSE BOlIIlS ••••. 164,'05 18B,60e 164.105 185.3515

JD~" ......... , .......•........ . ........... 277.)47 277.:147 277 .347 277 .347

AIRBORNE ROCIlETS. ALL TYPES ..•. ....................... 28.245 t8.245 28.245 28.245

MCHINE GUN ,,"NUNITlON............................... 17.S33 '7.933 17 .933 17.933

PRACnCE BOI1BS ... ........... , .. . ..... .... , . . 51.417 51.417 ei1.417 51.417

CARTRIDGES & eMf ACTUATED DEVItES ... ... , . , 2&.374 30.374 26.374 29.774

AIRCRAFT ESCAPE ROCI<ETS .................... 10.904 10.904 10.904 10.904

AIR EXPENOABLE COUNTEIIIlEAsURES .. ............ 44,008 44.068 "4.oeB 44,06S

JATOS .. • 4.627 4.127 4.621 4,627

5 INCHIS4 GUN AIINUNITlQN •.•. 13.248 13,2"8 13,2'11 13,248

EXTENDEO RANGE GUIDED NUNITlOIIS {ERGNI ... 3.778 3.778 3.778 3.778

78"" GUN A""UNITJON .....•. ............... , 1.226 1.22& , .228 1.228

OTHER SHIP GUN ""NUNITlDN .••••.• , ..................... 18.388 18.388 18.388 17,868

SHALL ARI1S & LANDING PARTY MHO. 17.724 17.724 17.724 17,724

PVROt£CHNIC "lie D£t'IOLlTION .... , . , 10.489 10.489 10.489 to.489

AIlNUNITION LESS THAN S6 "ILLION. 2.173 2.173 2.17:3 2,173

TOT~L, PROC ~"~. NAVY .•..•••...•••.•.••.....•••..•. 898.504 &90.004 698.154


180
(In thDUS.~d. ot dOl1.u)
Budget Hou.. SelUJU Conference

PROC ANNO. NC
NARINE CORPS AIINUNITION
5.58 N1. A.LL TYPES. 24.818 24.815 2".81& 24.818

7.62 "". A.ll TYPES .. 8,351 0.351 6.351 6.351

LINEAR CtwlGES. ALL TYPES . 3II.65~ 38.662 36.66~ 36.56~

.50 CALIBER .. 10.218 10.~18 10.218 10.218

40 MM. ALL TYPES .. 10.191 10,191 10,191 10,191

6ONN. ALL TYPES . 6.064 8.1l64 8.1l64 7 ......

81MM. ALL TYPES . 19.381 19.381 19.381 19.3111

120"". ALL TV'PES .• , .••• , ••.•.••.•••.• , ••..••.••• " .••. 18.891 18.891 18.891 18.691

CTG 25M"'. ALL TYPES •••••• , ••••••••••••• , .•••.••••••••• 3.859 3.889 3.859 3.889

9 NN ALL TYPES ... ~. 708 2.706 2,706 2.706

GRENADES. ALL tyPES . ".914 1.9'" 1.914 7.914

ROCKETS. ALL TYPES . 18.461 23,461 15,461 18,481

ART! LLERY. ALL TYPES . 49.813 8~.813 49.813 51,8'3

OENOLITION MUNITIONS. ALL lYPES . 3.7$2 3.782 3.78~ 3. 75~

FUZE. ALL mES •••.••..•.• , ••••.••••. ,.,., ••••••.•.•.• 4.397 4.3B7 4.397 4.397

NOfII LEntAl,.S ••.••••• 3.871 3.871 3.871 3,671

A"11O fItODERNlZATION. 1.116 7.116 7.116 7.116

!TENS LESS TlIAII $5 MILLION . 1,e16 1,616 1,61' 1.618

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

TOTAL, PROC """0. PIC ••.•.•..• , .•••.•..• t o ••••••••••• 232.361 243.381 234.381 ~38. 781

.................. .................. ..................... ....................

TOTAL. PROCURENENT OF ....NO. NAVY & ItAlUNE CORPS ..... 9~~.355 1101.655 9~4.35ll 934.906
181

-
I!XPLAHAnON OF PROJECT LEVEl. ADJUSTMENTS
(I. Ihou_ of doI."1
Budget
Requn! Houoe Coni......
\ GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS \64,IOS \iU06 164,105 l6S,3SS
Dual Mode Bomb KK lor 'oo.r gUidod bombs .2.500 .1.250
6 CAATAlOOES .. CART ACTUAT1!D DEVICES 26,374 30,374 26,374 29,774
FLU·l2lP U1e VIIII.flalor - odd"'.. """nroK 01 unKa +4,000 +3,400
13 OTHER SHIP GUN AaIIMUNITJON 16,31l1 \8,368 \6,3111 \7,lI68
5' co'll0 round propoUonl (Nole: only 10 completo tho
...tlng 01 0 new N'''rnJno propellen.) +2,000 ",500
25 _M, All. TYPES 6,064 S,084 6,064 7,464
M720AI 60 min Mortar .2,000 '1,400
33 ROCKETS, ALL TYPES 15,481 23M1 16,481 18,481
SUAW, High E><pIOOIve Dual P..-e (HED) _nlllon +8,000 +3,000
34 ARTILLERY, AlL TYPES 48,8'3 52,813 48,813 $1 .."
Modular Artillory Charge Sy810m (MACS) .3,000 .2,000
182

SHIPBUILDING AND CONVERSION, NAVY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:
Un thoua8nda of doll1rs)
BUdget House Sen.te Conference

SIIIPBUILDI"; , CONVERSION. NAVY

OTHER WARSHIPS
CARRIER REPlACE~EHT PROGRA/t (AP.CY) ... , .188.564 , ,186,'$84 1.18".564 1,188,864

VIRGINIA ClASS SUBIIARIME. ...•... 1.511.835 1.238.835 1.511.935 1.511 ,935

VIRGIN'. ClASS SlJBIlARIME (AP.CY). 1.018.112 888.288 827.172 B27.172

SSGN COIMRSION . 930.700 830.700 830.700 930.700

SSGN COIMRSION (AP-CY) .•.. 236.600 238.800 238.800 236.800

CRUiSER CONVERSION . 194,440 1941,440

CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP·CYI ....••.•••..•••••. 387.832 387.832 232.832 232,832

SUBNARINE REFUELING OVERftAllLS .. '50.000 4S0,OOO

SUBIIARINE REFUELING OVERNAULS (AP.CY) .. 164.372 123.312 20,351 10.351

SSBM REFUELING OV€RHNJLS (AP.CY) .. 136.800 105.800

OOG-51 ...... " ...... 3,19'8,311 3,198,3" 3.218.311 3,218,311

TOTAL, OTHER. WARSHIPS .••. 8.808.826 8.381.0'0 8,751.285 8.710.285

AJlPHI8IOUS SHIPS
LHD-1 A"PHIBIOUS ASSAUL.T SHIP , ..........•.. 355.006 355.008 591.308 355.006

LPD·17 .. . 1,192.034 1.367.034 1.192.03' 1. '92.03'


75,000 135.000

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


~ ~ ~. _ .... _. _.. _.... _-.--­
TOTAL, ANPHIBIOUS SHIPS ..•.. ... 1,547,040 1.722,0'0 1.858.340 1.882.040

AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR.YEAR PROGIWI COSTS


AUXILIARIES. CRAFT AIIO ""lOR YEAR _ COSl
OUTFITTING. 344,949 3'6.448 338,749

SERVICE CRAFT.. ...... 31,480 J9,48(] 15.980 23,"80

LCAC SLEF, •.•. , 73.087 73.087 73,087 73,087

HINE HUKTER •• 9.000 ",soo


CllIIPLETION OF PV S1tIPBUILDING PIlllGAAJIS .............•.. 835,502 889.502 835.502 635.502

T07AL. AUXILIARIES. CRAFT. AHO PRIOR·I'£AR PllOGIWI... 1.085.018 '.370.0'8 1.073,018 1,07!5,31B

TOTAL. SHIPBUILDING 8 CONVERSION, NAvY ... 11,A3B.IilBA 11,AS3.098 11,682,623 11,487,1323


183
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LI!V£L AD.IUS11IIIENTS
(In thou_ 01 dallo..)
BudG-I
P.l I!!q- Maull Sonote Conle.......
3 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE l,511,t35 1,216,. 1,611,_ 1,511,935
Economic Order Ouantlty 0 ·380,000 0 0
Cost lOving" _ l e d with MVP l8Clueol 0 +115,000 0 0
I VIRlilNIA CLASS SUBMARINE (AP-CY) 1,018,172 888,218 827,172 827,172
(FY 2004 lor FY 2005) 266,147 0 -59,000 ·59,000
(FY 2001 tor FY 2006) 490.251 0 0 0
(FY 200110' FY 2007) 129,887 0 -65,000 -65,000
(FY 2001 tor FY 20(8) 129,887 ·129,886 -65.000 -65,000
7 CRUISER CONVERSION 111,140 111..40 0 0
Tronaler,od $79,200,000 10 Other PlOCUl8nlonl, No\/\'
line6(e)
Tranofo""d $15,300.000 to WoOPOn. Procuremo""
Navy line 36
Tranolonod $8,200,000 to ()penrtion ond MoImononce.
No\/\' bUClgei oclivlly 1, ~ dopct molntononce
10 CVN REFUELING OVERKAIJLS (AP-CY) _,0:12 387,132 232,832 232,832
Pram8lUro Funding Requesl CVN 70 RCOH ·135.000 ·135,000
11 SSN SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERKAULS 0 150,000 450,000
Addiliono' R_Kng Overhaul SSN 707 USS
POR1'SMOlffii It P••rlHalbof No..' Shlpyonl +248,000 -tZ48,ooo
Addiliono' RelU811ng Overhoul SSN 699 USS
JACKSONVILLE 01 Ponornouth No.., Shlpyortl +202,000 +202,000
12 SSN SU8MARINE REFUELING OVERKAULS (AP-CY) 184,372 123,372 201351 10,361
Delay In _maul. _led lv' Ia18 2008 -41,000 '10,000
Trano'or 10 now SS8N ERO Iinol AP 2005 '58,000 -56.000
Transler 10 now SS8N ERO line! AP 2008 ·80,800 '80,BOO
Unju.tifled tequll' -7,221 -7,221
12A SS8N REFUELING OVERKAULS 0 0 0
128 SSBN REFUEUNO OVERKAULS (API 0 138,8OC1 105,100
De'oy in ovem.ulo ochoduled 'or loto 2005 ·31,COO
T",nsle, trom SSN ERO nne! AP 2008 +56,000 +66,000
Tronsfer ',om SSN ERO linol AP 2006 480,800 +80,800
13 DPO-61 3,118,311 8,1111,311 3,218,311 3,218,311
PTicIng adj..""",,, +20,000 +20,000
15 LHD·l AMPKIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP 355,Q06 355,006 591,_ 355,006
81mlnote d_ed ~emo tho' W8I'8 ...inofalOd ·58,700 '66,700
Program cost growth +58,700 +58,700
Fiscal Yea' 2005 incremen110r LHD-8 +236,300
18 LPD-17 l,182,1l34 1,387,_ l,l92,1l34 1,1.2,031
Advance Procurem.m for LPD-23 +175.000 0
17 LPD-17 (AP) 0 +75,000 135,000
AdvBnce Procurement 10r LPO-23 +75.000 +135.000
19 OUTFITTING 341"'9 348,119 318,4" 338,749
ARCOS Scheduling Syo'om [Nolo: only lor
demonltration and . .ttwar••uppcrt. IndudlnQ evaluatiOn
and utntty' us...menl. 81 commercial endlor public
ohlpyonls to torgo' coot reduction In monpo_
_.du~ng) +4,000 +2,000
C_~. ship 1ou\lfHll +3,600 +1,800
Foodlln excus of requirements ·10.000
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BucIgM
P-l
20 SERVICE CRAFT
Req-
31,'­
H""..
39,480
sen­
15,_
Conf..-nce
2S,4aO
Hillh speed torpedo recovery/lGCUlity craft procurement
(Noto: Only tor lhe prtlClllOmonl of one hl9h opeed
reOOWlfY/88CUr1lY CIBIt 10' NUWC llIvIoio. Keyport) +5,000 +4,500 +4,500
Yard Oller procurement ...3,000 +2,500
Underexecution ·20,000 ·15,000
21 LCACSLEP '73,os7 73,017 13," 73,017
Additional LCAC SLEP 0
23 MINE HUNTER 0 8,000 4,500
Mine Humor SWA1H (Nolo: only 1.. _remonl 011
vessel and .uocI8t8d oounlermeaaulVtl equtpmen'l +9,000 +4,500
24 COMPLETlON OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS 835,502 _,502 635,502 635,602
Acoelerate payment 01 FY 2005 PVCTC requirements +264,000
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''VIRGINIA'' CLASS SUBMARINE
The conferees agree to provide a total of $1,511,935,000 as re­
quested for full funding of the fiscal year 2004 Virginia Class sub­
marine program as requested and proposed by the Senate instead
of $1,236,935,000 as proposed by the House. In addition, the con­
ferees agree to provide a total of $827,172,000 for the advance pro­
_ curement of the future Virginia Class submarine program as pro­
posed by the Senate instead of $886,286,000 as proposed by the
House. The recommendation for advance procurement assumes a
reduction of $59,000,000 for the fiscal year 2005 program as pro­
posed by the Senate and a reduction of $65,000,000 for each of the
fiscal year 2007 and 2008 programs as proposed by the Senate.
The conferees agree with the views expressed by both the
House and the Senate with respect to the Navy's request for the
Virginia Class submarine.
Multi-year procurement contracting authority. The conferees
agree with the Senate's proposal, approving multi-year procure­
ment contract authority for one Virginia Class submarine per year
for the term of the five-years. The Navy's request to procure more
than one submarine in fiscal year 2007 and 2008 is denied and the
funds requested for advance procurement of materials for these ad­
ditional submarines have not been appropriated.
The conferees did not lightly agree to the Navy's request for
multi-year procurement for this program. The Navy's request for
multi-year procurement in this instance is a significant departure
from established practices and policies of the Department of De­
fense. The House and Senate Committees on Appropriations have
maintained that multi-year procurement authority should be grant­
ed in situations in which the Service has accepted a fully tested
and proven system and a production capability has been fully es­
tablished. In the case of this system, the lead ship, christened Au­
gust 16, 2003, has not been fully tested and will not be delivered
to the Navy until late 2004.
In addition, multi-year procurement authority should be ap­
plied in situations in which the program management and costs
have stabilized and significant (at least 10 percent) cost savings are
guaranteed with approval of such authority. The conferees agree
that the increasing costs (31 percent increase over the previous
year's estimate) and limited cost savings (approximately 4 percent)
for this program, would under customary rules, not allow for its
consideration for multi-year procurement authority.
The conferees agree to deviate from traditional policy with re­
spect to multi-year procurement authority in the case of the Vir­
ginia Class submarine with the expectation that such approval will
serve to stabilize the program and reduce the overall costs to the
government. Furthermore, the conferees agree that a multi-year
contract for five submarines, or one per year, is in the best inter­
ests of the taxpayer. It is for these reasons that the conferees have
provided multi-year procurement authority for the Virginia Class
submarine. The Navy should note that the Committees on Appro­
priations will continue to closely monitor this program and may re­
examine the decision to grant multi-year procurement authority if
program milestones are not met or costs escalate.
186
Current contractual agreement. The conferees find that the cur­
rent contractual agreement for the Virginia Class submarine that
the Navy awarded in August 2003, referred to as the "block buy
agreement," includes positive and negative aspects.
The signing of the block buy agreement committed the Navy
to purchasing six submarines over five years, two to be purchased
in fiscal year 2007, which is a clear violation of both the House and
- Senate fiscal year 2004 Department of Defense Appropriations bills
(H.R. 2658 and S. 1382). Neither of these bills approved the pro­
curement of two submarines in fiscal year 2007 or 2008. Further,
while the block grant agreement is subject to appropriations,
should Congress not provide an appropriation for two submarines
in 2007, the agreement allows for a drastic increase in overhead
rates at the affected shipyards, causing a significant retroactive
cost increase to the four previously purchased vessels.
The conferees believe it was inappropriate for the Navy to
enter into an agreement that disregarded Congressional views and
subject taxpayers to additional costs should a future Congress
choose not to purchase more than one submarine in 2007.
The conferees are pleased however, that the block grant agree­
ment includes incentives for both the Navy and the commercial
shipyards to meet schedule milestones and cost limitations. The
conferees believe that the incentives included in the block grant
buy agreement should be the beginning point in any future con­
tract negotiations for construction, overhaul, and maintenance of
Navy vessels. The conferees strongly encourage the Navy to con­
tinue pursuing contractual arrangements that maintain cost and
schedule milestones, understanding that these contracts also re­
quire the Navy to enforce discipline in its requirements process to
ensure that requests for workload increases do not jeopardize
agreed to cost and schedule milestones.
Information provided to Congress. The conferees agree with the
Senate that the Navy must provide Congress with complete finan­
cial and program information on the Virginia Class submarine pro­
gram.
CRUISER MODERNIZATION
The conferees agree to provide $102,700,000 for the purpose of
initiating a program to modernize and upgrade 22 Ticonderoga
Class AEGIS Cruisers. The funds provided for the program have
been transferred from the Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy ac­
count to the .Weapons Procurement, Other Procurement and Oper­
ation and Maintenance, Navy appropriations.
The conferees are pleased that the Navy has recently formal­
ized the requirements and acquisition strategy for this program,
but concur with the concerns expressed in the Senate report re­
garding upgrading, CG 71, one of the newest and most modern
Cruisers in the fleet before upgrading legacy assets. The conferees
agree the Navy should pursue a plan that would modernize the
Baseline II or legacy fleet assets at a point earlier than the current
strategy allows. Therefore, while the conference agreement includes
funding for CG 71 to be the first vessel of the program, the con­
ferees direct the Navy to revise its strategy to provide for an earlier
187
modernization of the legacy Baseline II vessels and fully fund this
revised strategy within the fiscal year 2005 budget request.
188
OTIIER PROCUREMENT. NAVY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:

(In thouaancss of dol'ars)


Budget Houle Senate conferenee

OTHER PROCURtftENT, NAVY

SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPftENT


SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT
LM·2500 GAS TURBINE ..•.•.. 10,684­ 10,&84 10.664 10,e84

ALLISON 501K GAS TURBINE ..... 12.9'Q 12.910 12.910 12,910

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
OTHER HAVlGATION EQlJIP"ENT ... ............... 15,130 15.130 16,130 15,130

UNOERWAV REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT


UNDERWAY REPLtNISH"Et4T EQU1P1l.EHT .......•.............. 1,308 , .39' 1.3llll 1,388

CR.U!SER ItOOERNI'lA.lION ..... ............... 79.200

PERISCOPES
SU9 PERISCOPES & INAGING EOUIP. 33,39' 3Q,09' 33,391 30.091

DTHtR. SHIPBOt\fW EQUIP"EMT


FIREFIGHTING EQUIP"ENT .. ........ 22.015 22,015 22.016 22,015

CDIlMNO AND COOROL SWITCHBlWlD ••..•... ............. 4,102 4.102 4,102 ",102

POLUJTION CONTROL E'QUIPftEHT. 50.382 00,392 50,392 50,392

SUBPlAAtNE SUPPORT laU!p"ENT. 8.830 8,830 8.830 8,830

SUBMARINE BATTERIES .....•.••..... 11,471 11,471 11.411 1',471

STRATEQIC PLATfORH SUPPORT EOUIP ........ 28.880 46.860 28.880 42.810

OSSP EQUIP"ENT .......................... 27.'93 27 .493 27.493 27.493

LCAC ............................. ............... 10,827 10.827 10,827 10.627

"INeSWEEPING EQUIPPlENT .... .. ................. 13,592 13.592 13,592 13.592

ITEKS Less THAN Is ItILLION .• .................. 124,214 133.214 '30.714 135.884

SUBMARINE LIFE SU~T SV'STE" ... 14,591 14.591 14,591 1'.6&1

REACTOR PLANT EQUI~NT


REACTOR POW!R UNITS, ..... ... " .................. ....
" 333,107 333.107 333.'07 333.107

REACTOR COMPONENTS ..•.... 211.030 211,030 211.030 211 ,030

OCEAN ENGINEERING
PIVING AND SALVAGE. EQUIPftENT ..... 7.288 7.288 7,288 7,286

SMALL 80ATS
ST_O BOATS .... ............... 53.913 03,913 53.913 53.9U
189
(In thousandi of doller8)
BuDget HoUle Sen,te Conference

TRAINING EQUIPKENT
OTHER SHIPS TRAINING EQUIPK!NT •...•..•••..••. 8,115 8.115 8.115 8. "5

PROOUCTION FACILITIES EOUIPKENT


OPERATING FORCES IPE. ....... S.499 13.499 44.973 49.273

OTHER SHIP SUPPORT


NUCLEAR ALTERATIONS •.. , .•. ..... , ........... 128.44' 128,441' 128.441 128.441

~~ - ....... - .... .. ............... ............... - .. --- .......


TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPKENT, .••. 1.134.843 1.167.843 1.150.717 1,:282,117

CO!1l1....ICATIONS AND ELECTllONICS EQUIPI1ENT


SHIP RADARS
RADAR SUPPOR'T ....... ., . ..... ...... .... .. ..
. 12,500 10.275

THE."...L IKADING SENSOR SVSTEN (1ISS) 5.000 ",400

SHIP SOfiIARS
SPQ·98 RAIlAR ......................... 8.739 19.7)9 19.439 19.439

ANISQQ·69 SURF ASW COlIBAT SYSTEK ••••..• 5,000 15.300

SS!< ACOUSTICS ......... , ........................ 281,423 268.423 288.423 258.423

UNDERSEA \lARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPKENT. 5,758 15.70e !:i,7.58 11.708

SONAR SIIITCHES AND TRANSDUCERS .•••. 13.644 13,644 13.644 13.844

AS\I ELECTRONIC EllUIPKENT


SUBMMJNE ACOUSTIC WARFARE sYSTEft .••.. .............. 24,831 40.831 24.831 28.131

SSTD •....•••.•.... . .................. , ............... 11 ,277 11.277 11.277 '3.827

nXED SURV'Et\.l.ANCE SYSTEM ....•..••.•.. , ............... 48,380 46.380 45.360 48.380

SlJRTASS, .....•......•..•.. ................... 15.228 15.228 15.228 15.228

ASrI OPl:R1,TIQHS CENTER., , . 8.518 6.518 12.511 9.818

ELECTRONIC WARFAAE EQUtP~MT


ANISLQ·32 ..................... 19.429 29.429 U).,42& 22,428

INFOIlIlATlON \lARFARE SYSTEKS .• , .. ..... ..


. . .. , ..... . 4,191 4.191 4,191 4,191

RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPIlENT
SHIPBOARD tw EXPLOIT. > ••••••••• .............. 123.267 123.267 123.28" 123.287

SUBMARIHf. SURVEILLANCE EQUtPI1EHT


SU811AA11IE SUPPORT EIlUIPIlEllT PROO '" ,4" 71,411 71,411 71,4U

OTltER SMIP ELECTROKIC EQUIPlIENT


NAV'f TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM,., .. ,., .. , ........... 14,000 12.050

COOPERATIVE £JIGAGfltENT CAPA81lITV ...•. , .. " 82,845 67,84' 82.845 87.095

GCts·" EQlJIPIIENT .. , ....................... 52.388 02,~8B 52.398 52,398

NAVAL TACTICAL COMANO SUPPORT SYSTEII (NTCSS) •.. 52.594 ~8.594 48.594 51.894

ATDLS ..................................... 18,"97 18.197 18,187 18.197

MIMESWEEPING S'fSTEM REPLACEltENT . ..... , .... .. .. ... . 18,324 18.324 18,324 18.324

NAVSTAR Gt'S RECEIVERS (SPACE) •.•.• ............. 15.fl74 15,874 HI,fl74 15,874
190
(In thauUll"lds of dol18U)
B"clg.t )tQUIe Sen.te Conference

ARMEO FOItCES AAllIO AII0 TV ...................... 4, ,0.4 4,194 4,194 4,194

STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP, ... 8.860 8.580 8.sea 8,580

OTHER. TAAINING EQUIP'ftENT ... , ... 80.842 54,542 80,542 52,542

AVIATION ELECTRONIC EOUIP"E'NT


MATCALS ... " ............... ......... lS,829 4,129 15,629 4.129

SHIPBOMm AIR TRAFFIC CONTROl. ..•..... 7,860 7.860 7.880 7.860

AUTOtIATIC CARRIER LANDING sYSTE" .. .................... 17.493 17.493 17.493 17 ,493

NATIONAL AIR SPACE SVSTEM ...... .............. 30.095 12,59S 16.096 16,095

AIR STATION SUPPORT EQUIP"ENT .. 7,633 7 ,53! 7,53! 7,833

FACSFAC ............ , ...... , .... . .. . , .. ... .. 4.337 4,337 ",337 4,337

10 SYSTEMS ..• , " .......................... ' ..... ", .• 21.829 21,829 21.829 21,829

TAC AlC MISSION ~LANNING SYS(TA"PS) .................. 8,U9 8.839 8.838 8,630

OlltER SHORE ELECTllONIC EQUIPMENT


DEPLOYABLE JOIMT COl\MAMQ AIID WIT. 48.~S1 52,071 ~2,()7'

DIM"RS ..•.. .. . ..... , ... . ... .... . . .. "


5.512 5.512 5.812 6.512

COKIION IMAGERY GROUND SURl'ACE SYSTEMS ... 60.600 44,8DO 40,800 40.6DO

RADIAC .. , , ." ....•.. .. . . ... . .. .. 8.6DO 8.800 8,8DO 8.800

OPETE ....••••..... ... ............. 10,008 '0,008 10,D08 10,006

INTEG COttRAT SVSTE" TEST FACILITY .. .......... " ...... 8.728 8.728 8,728 8.726

EMI COIlTllOL INSTRUMENTATION. B,otel 8.489 8,489 8.489

ITf.S LESS THAN S5 MIlLION... 18.420 16,420 20,420 15.420


191
(In thoul8nds 01 dollars)
Budget I'tou.e Senet. tonferem.e

SHIP80ARD CO"U'HCATIOHS
SHIPIlOARD TACTICAL COftI!UNICATIONS ••..•. 49.430 49.430 49.430 49,430

SHIP CO""UNICATIO~S AUTOIIATlON ..•. 175.087 175.087 175.087 17S.087

CONNUNICATIONS ITEM UNOER SSM.. 25.213 27.213 28,.13 29.813

SUBMRINE COIINtDllCATIOtS
SHORE LF/Vl.F COIINUNlCATlONS ..... ................ 18.891 19.5Q1 18,591 15,591

SU8IWUNE COIINUIlICATIOt ElIVIPI1ENT •.•••••......•.•..•.. 104.935 109.938 110.936 110.-435

SATELLITE COl1NUNICATIONS
SATELLITE COIINUNICATIONS S'/SlUS .•.....•.•..•••.••.••. Z67.388 287.388 172.388 232.388

SHORE COlINUNICATIONS
JCS COtUIUNICATllIHS EQUIPI1ENT .......................... 3.939 3.939 3.939 3.939

ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEIIS ..••••••..•••....•••. 1,437 1.437 1.431 1.437

NSIPS .•. , ....... , ........ 383 383 383 383


JEDNICS ....... 7.500 8.400

NAVAL SHORE COIINUNICATIONS ..... .................. 75.336 78.338 7S.338 78.338

CRl'PTOGRAPHIC EWIPNEHT
INFO SYSTENS SECURITY PROGRAIt (ISSP) .••••..••..•.. 81,938 81.938 81.938 81.938

CRYPTOLOGIC EQU1P"aNT
CR'tPTOLOGIC CONNUNlCATIONS EQUiP•..• 24.739 24.739 2',730 24,73;

OTHER ELEC7RONIC SUPI'OflT


CQI,ST GUARD EQU IPN£NT . .............. 12,612 12.582 12,582 12.58.2

.-- ~ -,..,.. -..-- ........... - .... -.......... ..- ...........

TOTAL. CONNUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EOUIPI1ENT •. 2.002.578 2.018.728 1.92\ .499 2.029.974

"VIATION SUPPORT EQUIPt\EHT


SONoetJDYS
SONOBUOYS - ALL 'M'ES ............... .................. 88.832 85.632 85.632 85,832

AIRCAAFT SUPPORT EOlJIPNEHT


W£APOHS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPNEMT •.••..•.•.•..•.. 30.981 30.981 30.981 30.981

EXPEDITIOftARV AIRF]ELDS ........................ 7.589 7.889 7.569 7,589

AIRCRAFT 'EARNING fOUIPNENT ........................... t1.8M 11 ,8M 11.1I!I0 11.850

AIRCRAFT LAUNCtf " R!COVfRY EOUJPPlENT. ............... 20.277 20,277 20.277 20.277

"ETEOAOlOGJCAL EQUIP"ENT ......• ................ 25.6Se 28.888 25,858 25.1lS8

OTHER PHOTOCRAP'UC EOU1PltEHT ... 1,n, 1.775 1,775 1,7'75

AVIATION LIFE SUI'PilRT ............... 27,7.9 29,7.9 Jfi,7.9 32.399

AIRBORNE NINE COUO/TERNEASURES ...... 13,82. 2,62. 13,62. 2,fiZ.

LAIIP5 NK III SHIPBOARD EQUIPNENT ..... 22.537 28.037 22.f'i37 27.212

OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EOUIPNENT ..••• 4.988 9,989 4,989 9.219


................. ............... ................. ..................

TOTAL. AVIATION SUPPORT EOUIPNEIIT .•.• 252.821 254.021 260.«121 285.096


192
Un thousand, of do118rs)
Budget Ho..." Senate Conference

OIlDllANCE SUPPORT EQUI""ENT


SHIP GUN SYSTElI EQUIPIIENT
NAVAL FIRES COHTROl SYSTEn . . .................. 4.301 15,001 23.501 28.338

"KIlO·NIGHT VISION DEVICES, •. ................... 12,838 12,838 12.838 12.638

SHIP "ISSILE SYSTEfiS EOUIP"EHT


NATO SEASPARROW.. ............. ........................ 32.191 32,797 32,797 32.797

RAIl GIlLS ........................, ............... 31,300 3\.300 3'1.300 31,300

SHIP SELF DEFENSE SYSTE" •••.••... ............... 68.089 68.oe9 «58,089 58,089

AEGIS SUPPORT EQUI""ENT .......... .................... 105.221 113,227 . 111,227 "4,821

SURFACE T~ SUI'PCllT EQUIPK£MT ...•...... 63.0423 63,423 83,423 63,423

SU8"ARINE TON_WI< SUPPORT EQUIP. 8.786 6,18B 5,788 S,188

VERTICAL LAUNClI SYSTENS .......... 7,875 1.815 7.B7fi 1.815

FBlI SUPl'ORT EQUIP"EIIT


S_TEGle "ISSILE SYSTEIIS EQUIP ••..•.. 103.814 103 .814 103.874 103,874

ASW SUPPORT EQUIP"EtlT


SSM OOIBAT CONTROL SYSTE"S...................... 68,032 72,032 06,032 10.032

_RINE A$W SIIPPORT EQUIPI\ENT. ............. 4,951 ",951 4,t51 4.US1

SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPIlENT. 4,760 4,780 11,180 11,780

Ar;,I RANGE SUPI'ORT EQUIP"ENT ... 7.275 7,275 7,275 7,275

O'THEA DRONANCE SUPPORT EQUIPIlENT


EXPlDSlvt ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP •••. 8.083 8.083 11,083 10,183

tTE"s LESS THAN SIS "lLLlON .. ...........•.. 4.126 4,128 4.128 4.726

OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE


ANTI·SHIP "ISSllE llfCOY SYSTE" .......... 44.781 «,157 55,167 50,257

SURFACE TRAINING DEVICE "OOS ..•.....•.. 7 .3~2 1.352 7.302 1.352

SUallARINE TRAINIIlG GEVICE IlOO9 •..••..• 25.15D 25,150 30,150 27.650

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

TOTA.l, ORDNAHCE SUPPORT EQUIPftENT .. .•.•. 800,418 623.118 851.516 853.161


193
(In thousands of dollar,)
BUdgltt House Sltfllte Confer.nee

CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT


PASSENGER CNlRYING VEHiCLES •.•..• ................... 2.305 2.305 2.305 2.305

............. ,.,
GEtlENAL PURPOSE TRUC1<S ...•....•.•. 1.412 1.472 1.472 1.472

CONSTRUCTION & ""INTENAKeE EQUIP .. ................ 19.12' 28.721 19.721 25.m

FIRE FIGHTING EOUIPllENT...... .............. 8,834 6.834 8.834 8.834

TACTICAL VEHICLES ............. ........................ 38.745 39.095 77,490 84.095

AMPHI9IOUS EQUIPltENT ......................... 4.251 4.251 4.251 4.251

POLLUTION CllNTlIOL EQUIPMENT .•.•.•..••••••..•. 5.007 5.007 5.007 5.007

ITEH5 UNDER $5 "fLLJON ....................... 13.808 13.808 13.808 13.808

PHY5ICAL SECURITY VEHICLE5 ....••.... 943 .43 943 943

................. ................. .... - ........ _. --. -'" ­-~-

TOTAL, C1Y1L ENGrNEERlFfli Sl!PPORT EQUIP"ENT ...•...... 94.888 102.238 133.831 125.688

SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPltENT

MATERIALS HANOLINO EOUIPMENT ........... ............... 15.053 15.063 15.063 15.053

OTHER SUPPLY SUPPORl EQUIPttEftT .. , .••••. ............... 13.883 17.883 19.883 18.883

FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATIOH •....•. ... . . . .. . .. . . .. 5,101 5,'97 e.1S7 5,'97

5PECIAL PtJRPOSE SUPPLY SYSTEHS ......... 75.571 75.571 75.571 705,571

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

TOTAL. SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPltENT •.....•. ............. 109.704 113.704 115.704 114,704

PERSONNEL AHO COMNANO SUPPORT EOUIPMENT


TRAINING DEVICES
TRAINING SUPPORT EQUiPMENT •..•..•• ............. 2,532 10.!l32 2,532 1,332

etm'lAND SUPPORT EQuIPftEHT


COIIMANO SUPPORT EQUIPIOENT. ................... eo.686 68,688 41.314 48.31.

EOUCATIOIi SUPPORT EQUIPltENT ...••.. . ... .. . .. ... . 7.788 7.788 7,786 '.798

MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ••......•. •• 811 ..511 9.611 9.511

INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPltENT .•.. 21.148 21.148 21,148 21.148

OPERA,TINt FORCES SUPPORT EQUIPI1ENT, ... , .. , . , , ...••..•. 9.219 11.219 •• 219 10.219

NOBILE SENSOR PLATRlRH ................... 36,899 35,899 35,899 35.699

ENVIROIIMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT •...•.•• " 15.349 15.349 15.349 15,3.9

PHYSICAL SEClJRITY EQUIPMENT ................... 74.828 77 .828 74.828 n.178

TOIAL, PERSONNEL AND COI\HAHO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT .....


- .. -. ~.

236.768
-
~ ~.-
....... - ... __ ... -._ ... _- .. ,-_ .. _..... _...... - .

257.768 223.384 232.734

SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS ................ ..... , ....... 2.7.638 2.7,838 24?838 2.7.638

TOTAL. OTHER PROCUREMENT. NAVY ... 4.679.443 4.784. ?42 4.734.808 '.941.098
194
EXPLANATION Of' PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMEHT&
(In lhouNncla 01 dol....}
BlIlIgol C..._
P-l Roqueol Hou.. se"",e
5(0) CRUISER MODERNIZATION 0 0 0 79,200
6 SUB PERI8COPEll .IMAGlMG EQIlIP 33,39'1 30,081 33,39' 3O,OB1
8B1J ESM upgrade· -V In contrecteward ·3.300 ·3.300
13 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP 26,880 45,880 26,810 42,110
0.70 submerlno common electronics eqUIpment
replacement
~".000 +9.350
AN.\J5C-42 (V) 2 Mnlaturizod Demond AosIgnod

w._,
r.tJIUpte Aoce.. (MinI-DAWl) ovotem (HOlll: onlV lor
"P9rodo.lor VHF onlYor Hawlqulck. no>d_ration
random ocqulBJtion capBbllily and IP·b.ood
lunetJonollly 10 lie_ teminm)
17 ITEMS LESS THIIN I6I11WON
+s.ooo +6.800
124,214 133,214 1311,714 135,_
Tot., Ship Inlo..otlon Monoa_1 Syolem (TSIUS) •
Integralion on additional CVNa +2,000 +1.<100
Wi_II networll c&pablo .Pplic.llon proco.oore
(NCAP.) +7,000 +5,9SO
Carrier weapon elevators +4.600 ~2.7oo
Imogroted Condltlon Assellment SyaI.m (ICAS) +2,000 ~1.4oo
25 OPERAnNG FORCES fPE S,_ 13,4l1li 44,m 48,273
ExpodIIlonary Molntenanco Focility +8.000 +5.800
Shipv.1d Copltol In....._ Prog'"", - I _ r '""" llno
138 +20.374 +20.374
IPOE Enhancemenl end PDM Inlaroporoblllly +.,000 +2.800
PHNSY Equipment ~15,O00 ~15.ooQ
28 RADAR SUPPORT 0 12,500 0 10,215
AN/SPS·57 Racier Improvement .nd OMS Ooflc;oncy
Corr.ctlon Progrom ~5.000 <'1.250
Surface S.arcl1 Radar (SBR) <'1,000 +3,400
Shlpboold AdYllIlCO Roder Ta'llol ldon_on Syotom
(SARnS) ~3,500 +2.ll:!5
29 TI86 0 5,DOO 0 4,4G0
ANlSAY-, Thorm.,lmoglng SenIOr Syotom (Nota: only
lor tho Iogl.r... onginOBring chango p _ ' (LECP) ...5,000 <'1.400
30 SFO-98 RADAR 9,n9 19,739 19,439 19,439
ANlSPQ.9 B Shipboard rader tranl_er upgIBdo •
comptete transmitter d8Yelopment ena back fit existing
ANlSFO-9S ehlpboeldradars .10,000 +9,700 +8.700
31 ANiSQQ.89 SURF ASWCOMBAT SYSTEM 5,000 0 16,100
SUdo.. Ship Anti-Submarine W.d... Improwmonlo

32
(Note: only lor procu_ 01 OUItoOl BI1ip MPP SBiR
Phase III Improvements)
ANlSQQ.9S modemizeUon- moved "om line 35
SSN ACOUSTICS _,423
+5.000

_,4023 _,423
_,_
<'I,2SO
+11.050

Common Depth Sounder (CDS) (Hole: only lor the


procurement of CDS eyoteme vis an EP IOf inI"'ltation
on appropriate eubmarlne end IUf18C1 ptatforme)
5._ +3,000 +3.000 +3.000
34 UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT ECUIPIIENT

_nd
DioIIlbutea engJnooring contor lor 100000o dol.... (NoIe:
only 10 incorporelB next gonorotion information
..".lIne l8Cltnology end InotaIlo1lon 01 AI\lIW80-11) •
15,758 5,758 11,701

moved to Une 37
+3,000
ANlSlQ.26A Torpedo Counl""""uura Sot
Improvements .7,000 +5.960
195
Iluag.t
P'l R!qU!!\ Hou.. Senate Conte",""
36 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYSTEM 24,631 40,631 24,ll31 a.'31
ANlSOQ-89 moderniZ8Uon· moved 10 line 31 +13,000 0
Acoultlc Inte,capllmprovernom InItiative +3,000 +1,500
37 SlI1ll 11,277 11,277 11,277 13,127
Dlelribuled engineering """'.r lor 10!1l8dO lief..... (NoI8:
only 10 incorporate nDlll8ll8rellon widebend lnlonnellon
plpelill8lachnology end lnelalletion 01 AWWsa·l1) •
moved from line 34­
+2.550
41 ASW OPERAnoNS CENTER 6,e16 6,616 12,516 8,516
P·3C AlP TeDL Upgr.de program +6.000 +3,000
82AN1SLCHZ 19,828 211,428 19,428 22,4211
SlIde.. thIp EW lmP.......nl (Not.: only lor SBIR
Phase IIIlo11ow-on produc1lon end lNIeIIeIIon 019EWIP
program Block' upg-l .10,000 +3,000
86 NAVY TACnCAL DATA SYSTEM 0 14,_ 0 U,Il6O
Land blll4ld 0.70 ACOSlSSDS h.rdwere lor W.11apo
Ioland and Dam Neck +9,000 +7,550
FlllIlt Pe~hellll EllulplTleni Repla_, 0.70 +4,000 +3,400
ABg" Combat Syet.m production 01 ~hend_
deVI..e (Note: only for Intagretion. procuro........,
Inlllallation and support 01 the perlpherelelnclu<lld Inlha
Perlphe"" Consolidation Program) +1.000 +1,000
87 COOPERAnVE EltOAGEMENT CAPABILITY 62_ 67,_ 62,14S 67,085
FI...t·wIde upg.- CllIl"btilly. improved _ anaIyols
loals .nd technology relroah backftt klte, +6,000 +4,260
NAVAL TACnCAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM
49 (NTCSS) 52,594 61,_ 46,594 51,8ll4
0.70 booed JT·21 earv... +6,000 +5.100
Trenala, \0 ROT&E, N PE 0603758N -6,000 -6.000
68 OTHER TRAINING EQUIPMENT 50,542 M,542 50,582 52,542
N.vy Bman Targat prog",,,,, ...11etIc Ih..at simulators III
enhance training or weapon systems operators al
SCORE +4,000 +2.000
6711ATCALS 15,628 4,128 16,628 4,129
IUt _ I I..... & Preclelon Appn>ech Radar Conlrt>l
System· deley In _ule -11,500 ·11,500
60 NAnONAL AIR SPACE SYSTEM 311,018 12,586 16,096 16,095
Delay In procurement 8Ch9dlJle .17,500 0
Oetey in MOUE of OASR Radar -14,000 ·14.000

BB DEPLOYABLE ~OINT COMMAND AND CONTllOL ....651 0 G2,071 B2;D71


Program growth ·46.551 0
Tranefer from ROT&E, N· tnstallllUoni +5.520 +5.520
70 COMMON ..AGERY GROUND SURFACE SYSTEMS 80,600 ",laO .0,600 40,_
Morga JSIPS func:llonaJl1Ylprogrem m.negemanl 1nI0
TES fOf JFN _V8IlIed .",hI1ecIu,. and limit
Install. Hans of TIS on amphibious ships -15.800 0
T'anelar to RDTIloE, N PE 060375BN ·10,000 '\0,000
"aetlcollnpU! Segment (JSIPS-N) elCOCUlion delaya ·10,000 .10.000
196

P·l
75 ItEMS LESS THAN IS MIWON

Shipboard Commlllicationa Upgr.de· _ 1 0 lin. 78

78 COMMUNICA'l1ONS rreus UNDER IS MILl.1ON

0-70 secu,. voice eyotam (SVS) lor II"'raIl camero

CSEl RequirvmenlB ch.nge

~l
A!quell
16,420

25,213
Hou..
15,420

27,113
+2.000
-

20,420
+5,000
25,413

-1.600
ContoN.ce
15,420
0
21,'15
+1.700
'1,600
In~d Comm\lllioation Ilyatem lor Ai"""ft C.......

lad Command Ships +3.000 +1.500


Shlpbolrd Communlcallcnl Upgrade· movod 110m 11118
75 +3,0ll0

m_

10 SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT


104,835 108.835 110,835 110.435
Su_e Hllh Dal. Rale .......... for prOCtl...ment 01

_ _I sub HDR ••'..na.


61 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS

257_ +6.000
257,_
~.OOO
172,_
+5.500

Program growth
-86.000 -25.000
85 JEIJUICS
0 0 7,IlOO 8,_
Combined Oper.tlOns Wide Area Network
+7,500 +6.400
III AVIATION UFE SUPPOllT
27,748 M,748 36,748 32,389
EDU-5If' L.all' Eye PlOl_ (l.EP) \NOIll: only tor 1118

UlIP of the EU·5/P compatible lEP apecI8cIeI)


+2.000 +1,000
CSEl Requi..._ """'"ge -11,500 -11,500
Joint Technical Detltnteg18lio111Autom.ted Malnte...co
Equlpment (JTDIIAME) +7.000 +4,900
MBUo23IP Oxygen MaIka +3.000 +2.100
Mufti<llmate protection <:lathIng +4.500 +3.150
Si AIRSORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES 13,624 2,524 13.124 2,524
TellJng ochedute doI.y; delay 8181 buy - AlMaS ·11.100 .11,100
lOG LAMPS UK III SHIPBOAAO EQUIPMENT 22,537 28,~7 22,537 27,112
ANlSRQ.4 LA....PS UK " Sy...m Impruwment (Note:
only lor p,ocu,.ment .nd Installatio. ot ANlBRQ.4 Ku
Band Rodlo Tlrmlnol So, ImP"""""""" to. ourt...
sh~l) +5.500 +4.875
101 aTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPIIIHT 4,_ 8,8118 4,888 8,118
Jolnl Avlallon L.ogIIlic8 TechniC81 Data lIIIogtBllon
(JATDI) (Nolo: onlY to eJCland JEDMICS oecurtty solution
toJAlDQ
103 NAVAL FIRES CONTROL SYSTeu
Join' FI.... No1work (JFN)/IJllOl8i SurveilenOl SyBlem
.,101
+5.000
15,001 23.1501 28.­
..-1,.250

(lSS) ,omot. sensal8


+6,000 +5,100
NFCS for UttorIII Combol Ship
+4,700 +3,290
lillo181 SUrveillance Syolem
.19.200 +15.645
108 AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ;as,m 113,227 111,227 114,827
AI~In-pn. w1,e1... _ palnlB ..-1.000 +3,400
Aoglo Campul.. Csnter project A41.7 (NOle: only '0<lhe
acqullillon. lnolallaUon .nd liletims ongt_ring toc:llnlcol
8UJ)port of comrnerdel off the ehelf emulatDrl 'or luppDr1
of Iho Asglo lend-baled weeponl 8YI'em) +4,000 +2,000
Imeglliled Bridge Syctem +6,000 +4.200
114 SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS ••032 72,032 58.032 711,032
CompMmentBry Combat SY'18m Improvement ..
dswlIopm.nt.nd demonllJ'Blion +4.0ll0 ...2,000
118 SURFACE ASW SUFPORT £OUIPMENT 4,710 4,780 11,780 11,760
Mk32 SVTT RsmenulllOltl'" +7,000 +7,000
118 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAl. EQUIP 8,CIA 5,GS3 11,GS3 10,1113
SCOUT HIgh P"'...... Air ~m +3.000 ....100
1:10 AHTI-BHIP MISSILE DECOY SYST£M
44,757 44.157 55,757 110,257
NUlKA
...11.000 ...5,600
197
8udgIII
P·l Req_ H~ 5e1llte C o n _
122 SUBMARINE TilAINING DEVICE MODS 25,1110 25,1iO 30,150 27,650
Submarino Training P,""o,ma..... SUpport Sya1lIms +5.000 02,600
128 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENAllCE EQUIP 19,nl 28,121 19,721 25,171

.,­
earth moving equipment for No""f Cons1ruc1ion Forte •
replaoe"",m eqUlpmenI 05.000 0',750
Ultima,e Building Meet"". (UBM) eyotem +2.000 0',700
128 TACTlCAL VEHICLES 3II,n5 77,480 N,oes
K'loeder • _onal equlp"",m +360 0350
Addltlona' MTVR +38.745 +25,000
134 OTHER SUPPlY SUPPORT EOUIPMENT 13,U3 17,133 19,183 18,'"
SerteI Nurrller T""'klng Syalem (SNTS) ~,IIOO +6.000 +5,000
137 TRAINING SUPPORT EllUlPMENT 2,&32 19,612 2,5S2 7,312
Enhanced graphJcs lor UNr Intsrlacelo TecIlnical Oata
KnoWledge (TDK) +4.IlOO +2.800
Technical Data Knowledge MaMgement in 8n InlegrBlted
OelS Env""nme'" (TOt(M.IOE) • melU'" en<! <l8I>IOY a
TOKM-IDE capability to accelerate Implementation as
JllIn 01 Fleet Distance SUpport +4.IlOO 02,000
138 COMMAHDSUPPORTEllUl_ 8O,ass ..,ass 47,314 48,31.
Adverced Tochnicolln'......tioo SUppOrt (AlIS) <Nola:
tlnly tor the proc:uremenl at ATlS hardware for instillation
and upgrede) +1.000 +1,CNXI
Man Over·Boanll~WiOllllon (MOBI) Sys10m • oof11ll8la
procu_lancilnelaJlation 01 MOBI throughout 1IIe
Fioel +7,000 +7.000 +7.000
Shlpyerd CapItal Invvstment Program transferred to line
p

25 ·20,374 .2O,37~
142 OPERATING FORCES SUPI'OIlT EQUIPMENT 9,219 11,219 9,219 19,219
Envelop 6uriace comoabmt COtroalon Protection-
procurement and lnStallatton of corrosion resistant COY8I'8
fer critical topside equipment on surface combatant ships
02,000 .1,000
145 PHYSICAL SECURITY I!QUIPMENT 74,826 77.828 74.828 77.178
Body armor 'actory +3,000 +2,550
198
THERMAL IMAGING SENSOR SYSTEM
The conferees are pleased with the progress that has been
made on upgrading the Thermal Imaging Sensor System (TISS),
which can provide significant increases in force protection. The con­
ferees request the Navy consider increasing funds for TISS beyond
the $4,400,000 provided in this Act.
199

PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In thoullndl of dolllrl)


Buduet Houu senate Confer-tneo

PROCUREtlENT. .."RINE CORPS

WEAPONS AND COMBAT V£HrCL£S


TRACKED Cll'"IIlT VEHICLES
MIf1A1 P1P •.•••••• , •.. 11.297 '6,297 11,297 25.547
MAY .. , , . 97.915 97,9'6 97,91& 97.915

LAIJ P1P ..•••••••••.•••••••••••••• , 13,191 13,19' 13,191 13,'0'

I"PROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (IRY) .. 3.6~ 3,650 3.850 3.850

tIODlFICATlON KITS (TRICD YCH) .. ,., . 6.757 6.767 6,157 6,757

M'II' FIREPOWER ENHANCEMENTS , . 4,222 '.:1.22 4,222 4,222


ARTIllERY liND OTHER WEAPONS
HIHARS.. . . 11.964 17,954 17,8154 17,9ll4
,S5tlpt LIGHlWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER .....••.. '1',488 111.489 " , ,489 1".489

MOO KITS (ARTIlLERY) ...••. ),305 3,305 3,305 ',305


.....AINE ENHANCEI1ENT PROGRM., . 6,696 6,696 6,696 6,698

WEAPONS AND COHBAT VEHICLES UNDER $5 ftl.ILllOH .. 4.977 15.977 9,9n '4,227
WEAPONS
MDUlI\R WEAPON SVSTEM, .• , .. ". 13.712 13,712 13,712 13,712

OTHER SUPPORT
OPERATIONS OTHER THAll WAR .•••• , .349 , .349 1,3Ag , .3<48

............. - ............................ - .. __ . --_.- ... - .....


TOTIIL, WEAPONS AIlO CDH!lAT VEHICLES .. 296.716 3'2,716 301.716 320 ,2'6
GUIDEO I'IISSILf:S AHO EQUIPltEHT
GUIDED MISSilES
£ADS 1100 ...••.•.•.• , ••••••• , ••• , ,998 , ,99a 1.996 , .096

PEDESTAL "OUNTED ST1MCEIt (PM) {KYf") ..•••. 617 617 617 617

PREDATOR (SRAW) . 36,396 36,396 36.396 5,626


OTHER SUPPORT
tIOOIFlCATlON KITS ..••...•. 567 .57 567 .87
.... ---.- ............... ...................................

TOTAL, GUIDED I1[SSILES AND EQUIPftENT., .. 39.796 39,796 39.798 9.226


200
(In thousands of dc"ars)
Budget Hause Senete Conference

COM\JHICATIOMS AND ELECTRONICS EQIIIPIIENT


VEHICLE MUNTEO RADIOS AND EQUIP"ENT
SMLL UNIT REIlOTE SCOUTINQ SYSTE" . 2.058 2.0!SS 2,058 2.058

CQI4IlI\Hll ANP CIllITROL SYSTEMS


UNIT OPERATIONS CENT'ER , , .•. 20.225 29.225 29.225 29.225

GLOBAL COft....T SUPPORT S¥STEN ••.


13.548 13.548 13.548 13,64e

"ULTIPLE ROLE lWlAR S'ISTt" .


1.833 1,833 , ,833 1,033

JOINT TACTICAL lWliO SYSTE"S•.••....••.••.•••.


13.818 13.919 13,819 13.9111

TRANSITION SllITC\l HOOULE .••.


23.012 23.012 23,072 23.012

REPAIR ANP TEST EQUIPIIENT


AUTO TEST EQUIP S¥S .. 20.482 20.462 20.462 20,462

CENERAL PURPOSE ELeCTRONIC TEST EQUIP. , 5.~9 8.388 6.~8 6.369


RADAR + EQUIPI'tENT (HON·TEL)
RADAR SET AN/TPS·50 , ' 18,211 18,211 18,211 16,211

INTELL/COft" EQUIP"ENT (NON. TEL)


TACTICAL flEKOTE SENSOR S'fSTEH . . , . 8.476 9.418 11,476 9.470

INTElLIQENCE SUPPORT EQUIP"ENT ..


12.416 lG,ne 12,476 lS.876

HOP KITS (INTEL) ..


7.M8 7.856 T .8S" 7.856
REPAIR AND TEST EQUI""ENT (NON. TEll

GENERAL PURPOSE MECHANICAL ntDE ..•..•..•... , 13,215 13,215 13,215 13.2t!

OThER COI\II/EUC EQUIPllaIT (MON·TEL)


NIGHT VISIOII EQUIP"ENT.
204,428 32.828 30,228

OTHER SUPPORT (NON·TEL)

ITE"S UNDER $5 "ILLION (COIIIl I ELEC) .


463 463 483

CO"ItON COMPUTER RESOURCES ..


81.5104 61.614 81,514 61.5'4

COtIIlAND POST S¥STE"S .


V.31G 16.310 9.315 14,216

RADIO SYSTEMS ..
10.B33 22,033 16.633 23.633

CONN SWITCHING I CONTROL SVSTEIIS ..


19.252 23.282 19.252 22.652

CON" I ElEC lliI'RASTRuCTURE SUPPORT .


24.350 24.350 24.350 24.380
I"lOD KITS flAGTF C41 •.•....••..•.•.••.. ........ , ..•....•
20.786 20.788 20,766 20.786

AIR OPERATIONS C2 SVST!"S . 10.790 10.790 10.790 10. 7~O

INTELLIGENCE C2 S'f'ST!"S . 3.626 3,626 3.626 3.828

FIR!! SUPPORT SYSTEH . ..................•• , .


28 ........
28.44" 26.~4

TOTAL, CQl(KUIIlCATIONS ANn El£CTRONICS EQUIf't1£NT .••.. iBT,132 414,132 401.832 417 .8'32

SUPPORT VEHICLES
ADMIMISTRA.T1Vl V!.HICLES

CQM"ERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES .. .


853 853 853 Stl3

COR"ERCIAL CARGO VENIa-ES ..••••... 10.276 10.278 10.276 10.278


201
(In thoUl8rod, of dolleis)
Budget Houle 5enete Conferenco

TACTICAL VEHICLES
5/4T TRUCJ( Hrt,.,..... ("TP) . . " ........... .24 ••48 139.5<6 '2~,648 135.046

"EOIU" TACTICA~ VEHICLE REPLACEMENT •.. 4.611 4.611 •• 811 4.611

LOGISTICS VEHICLE SYSTER REP .. ....... 3.366 3.366 3.)66 ).366

O'lHER SUPPORT
lTEIlS LESS THAll $5 "ILLI"" .............. " .. 4.B21 4.021 4.027 4.021
~_ ............... .............. .- ............ ..... - ... - ...

TOTAL. SIlP!'ORT VEHICLES ................... 147,813 152,eU 141,813 158,313

ENGINEER AM) OTHER EOUIPtiENT


ENGINEER ANO O'lHER EIlUIPIIENT
ENVIRONIIENTAl CONTROL EQUIP ASSORT .• ............. 2,T24 2.72' 2.124 2.724

6UlI( LIQUID EOUIP"ElIT ................. .............. 1.,612 15.8t2 15.812 1:5.812

TACTICAL FUEL SYSTERS ................................. 5.087 6,087 5,Of1 6,111

OEIIOlITION SUPPORT SI'S1£"S .................... , ....... 2,041 2.041 2,a.1 2.041

POWER EOUI PIIENT ASSOrfl'EO .................... 12.082 12.882 12.662 12.982

FAHILY OF Eoo EOUIPIIEHT ... 4.606 4.606 4,606 4.606


8RIDGE BOATS •••.•.•. 10,160 10.760 10,160 10.760

MTEAtAL$ HANDlING EOOIPtlEMT


A"HIBIOUS RAID EOUIPHENT •... 21._ 21,404 21.404 21,4Q4t

PHYSICAL SECURITY EOUIPllENT •..••••. ................... 5.064 8,064 &.014 5,064

GARRISOH H06ILE ENGR EOUIP ..................... 10,742 '0,742 10.142 10.742


t'ATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP ....... ...... 27 ,885 27,B65 21.685 21.665

FIRST DESTINATION _ATION .•......••. 8.091 8.091 6,091 6,091

GENERAL PROPERTY
FJELD "EDlCAl EQUIP"ENT .. ,., , ,97!i 1,975 1.915 4,175

TAAINING DEVICES . .......•.. 19.988 72,966 19 , Il&B 63.988

CONTAINER FNII LV . .......•............. ....... " .... •• 150 ..160 5.150 5.150

FAIlILT OF CONSTRUCTION EOUIPIIENT ...................... 14,380 20,360 14.360 18 .880

OTHER SUPPORT
FAIlll~ OF ItlCIOElIT RESPONSE ................... 3,441 3,447 3,447 3.447

"ODIFICATION KITS . ... ................... 2.591 2.191 2,59T 2.591


lTE"S LESS THAN S5 "ILLtOW ... . .............. 5,206 17.708 5,206 '4.058

TOTAL. ENGlllEER AlIO OTltER EOUIPllENT .. 179.92) 251,423 179.923 240,623

SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS . 18,811 19,611' 19,817 19,611

TOTAL. PROCUREHEHT, NARINE COllPS ........ 1,070.1199 1,200.499 1,090,399 \,105.721

202
EXPLANATION OF PlIOJECT LEVEl. ADJUSTMENTS

-
[!n thoua... da of dolt....]
Budgol
p., COn........_
, AAV7A1 PIP
Regu. .t
11,287
H.....
18,297 11.;1.7 25,547
MV RAM ReDUl1d -"5,000 .14,250

11 WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES UNDER $I MILLION 4,877 15,877 ',877 14,227
M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) +3,000 .~OOO ~.OOO
Me P,stol Modernization Through Spa.... (P-MTS) .5.000 +3.750
Rille Combat Optic (RCO) - F¥·Q4 .3.000 +1.!IOO

11 PREDATOR (BRAW) 38.388 38.391 38,318 ',828


Operatlonsl Teat failures 0 0 .30.572

31 INTELlIGENCE IUPPORT EQUIPMENT 12,478 18,478 13,478 U,878


Merine CoIJlS Conllnully 01 OpotBtions ~,OOO +3,400

35 NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT 24,428 24,421 32,828 :10,228


AN/PVS·14 Monooule' Night Vision 08_ +5,400 +3,700
ANlPVS·17 Mini Night Vlejon Slght +3.000 .2.100

38 COMMAND POST SYSTEMS ',318 lU18 1,318 14,218


DISM Procl)t8men, +7,000 ~.800

51 RADIO SYSTEMS 10,833 22,833 18,833 23,833


Llghtwoighl Multi-Bend 8a18l1l\& Terminal (LMST) (Note; "2,000 +6,000 +8.400
additlonsllundlng Ie only fO! the Il'JIl1088 of acquiring
and Ileldi"ll sdditionel LMST aymemaln SUlJIIOrt of tho
MEF)
AN/pRC-14S Tactical Handheld RadIo (9.600) .4,800

40 COMM SWITCHING" CONTROL SYSTEMS 18,282 23,2112 18,2112 22,882


AN.1JXC.IO Digital FlIClllmlle (USMC) +4,000 .3,400

48 5/4T TRUCK HMIIWV (MYP) 124,548 138,548 124.541 13',048


Additional VehiCles +15,000 +10,500

G& TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMI 5,087 1,087 1.087 8.117


NtlrUe Rubber Collap.ib\e Storege Urits 0 [1.5001 +1,050

87 FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 1,875 1,875 1,871 4,175


Combat Casually Care Equipment Upgrade Progrom (4.4001 +2.200
[Note: only lor llghtwelght NATO-etyle litle.... mOdi<:e!
bags, end EfoIT dlagnom;c kits)

61 TRAINING DEVICES 18,881 72.881 18.881 13,881


MCAGCC R0"llelnslnJrnsnletion (Note: only to 8Upport +50.000 "2,500
MAGTF JNTC)
Common Range InllJU~n $yaiem +3,000 .1,500

70 FAMILY OF CONlITRUCnON EQUIPMENT 14,3&0 20,380 14,3&0 11,810


GradO,.. Wincheo & Rlpp''' SlEP and Replacement 'li.ooo +4.600

75 ITEMS LESS THAN U M1UJON 5,208 17,708 5,208 14,0116


Cargo Nets (USMC) +2.000 +\.200
IlTINATO Equivalent Absort>ed Gl..a Mel (AGI.4) +9,500 .0,650
Tactiool Vehide Load 5ecurt"ll C8'11O Nete +1.000 +1.000
-

203

AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the

House or Senate is as follows:


Un tnou..ndl 6t don.,..)
Budget HoUle Senete Coni.renee

AIRCRAFT PROQJRE"ENf. AlA FORCE

CO"BAT AI~CAAFT
TACTICAL FORCES
F-22 AAPTO~_ ...... 3,727.003 3.!568,OR3 3,571,093 3.e47 ,093

P·22 RAPTO~ (AP.CY). .08,285 .98.285 .08.2115 498,2BS

~ ................ ....... .......... ................ ..............


TOTAL, CO"BAT AIRCRAFT.... ..225.378 4.0&&.378 4,069,378 ',"5,378
AI~L1FT AIRCRAFT
TACTICAL AIRLIFT
C-,7A 1_) •. 2,027,872 2,"5.872 2,125,672 2,115,572

C·l1A (1M') (AP-CY) 80',100 ~1.100 'OB,100 'OB,loo


C·17 lCS ...• ,. 927 ,B27 877,B27 977 ,B27 927,821

OTHE~ AIRLIFT
C·130J , ,., 335,001 296,991 336,091 295,991

ADVANCE PROCU~I"ENT (CYI., •.••..• 110,000 150,000 110,000 150,000

TOTAL. AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT . 3.905,290 3,800,290 3,9M,290 3,895.2110


TRAI~E:R AIRCRAFT
OPERATlONAL TRAINERS
JPATS .•. , ..... 280,569 280,569 280,t569 280,669

OTHE~ AIRCRAFT
HELtCoPTEMS
V·22 OSPREY.,.". 217,883 217,851 217,853 211,853

V·22 OSPREY (AP·CY) ......... 18.180 18. t80 1!S, 1 !SO 15,1:50

• 1551011 SUPPORT AIRCRAFT


CIVIL AIR PATROL AlC ......•. 2,640 10,6040 2.540 8,:540

OTllER AIRCRAFT
TARGET DIlONES ....... .8,402 68.202 48,402 58.402

HAIUAV. , , ,,, , , .. 197.912 197.9t2 '97,912 197.912

HAEUAV (AP.CY) ....... _...... 55,000 85,000 55 ,000 55,000

PIlIDATOR UAV .. , .. 193 , 5419 211,589 193,589 208,889


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

TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT ..... ' ..... , .. , ...... ' .. , ..... , 730,'26 778,226 730,426 761.728
2

204
(tn thauaands of doHsra)
Budget HClLI.e senate Canference

tIOOIFICATlOII OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT


STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT
B-2A .•... ." .......... 1B .•e • 128.2&5 71 •.a4 '23,2S5

B·1B ••.•..••..••. , ... .... . . . ... 9' ,e23 06.923 7E,823 103.723

B·S2 ... 61,133 51,033 77 .833 63,833

F~117 ... 16,190 16,790 '8,700 115,790

TACTICAL AIRCRAFT
A·'O ......... 17.769 22.7e9 11,769 20.769

F-1S .......... 197.&05 200.205 219,106 201. B06

F·'6 ..... 300.696 260,B96 32',596 3101.SlNl

F22 RAPTOR .......... 8.28" B.2B' B.2B4 6.264

TIAT.37 ................... ............. 70 70 79 79

AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
C-5 .••.. 92,047 92,047 92.0,(7 92,047

C·9 .. .. 97B 97B 97a 976

C-17A ••. ......................... , ... ' 42,B01 49.101 42.BO' 4D,101

C-21 •••••..••. , ,381 , ,3B7 , ,381 1.::J87

C·32A ..••.•. '69


,.g ,.g 189

C·37A .. .
. .. . . .. . . . . .. . :166 366 366 36.

TRAINER AIRCMFT
T6 "OOIFICATlOIIS ........... 4.:201 ",201 4,201 4,201

T·3B ....... " ............... 132, '06 132.196 132,196 '32,196

T·4. AIRCAAFT .... .............. 86 Be 8B B5

T-43 ....... B,224 8.22-4 8,224 8,22i.

OTHER AIRCRAFT
KC·'OA (ATtA) 20,522 20,622 20,822 20,822

.................
C·'2.......

C·20 mos. .. ...... .. . .. . . .. ..


VC-2fiA ..co, .•. ,...... . .. . .. . .... , ... .... . .... ...... .
5,189

69,567
... 5,759

..4

B9,867
...
6,189

69,5ST
6.759

. .4

69,BS7

C-40. , 200 200 200 :10.


C-1S0 ............ , •••.•. 19fi,737 '92,637 2'8,637 2'8,537
C130J KOOS,. 9.79 9,7ell 9.759 11,7fi9

C-13fi •..•..• 176,382 106.382 121.382 115.882


DARP ..... , ................. 90,133 96,133 89, '33 9B.553

AIRBORNE T_ER INITIATIVE ...

E·3 ......... , .. " . 53.487 03,467 53.4li7 S3 ,.87


205
(In thou ••nd. of dOners)
Budget Ho\l'. Senate Conferance

E-4 ...... 5B.70B 5B,70B 58.706 56,708

E4 . 36,0'7 .41.017 36.017 39.517

H-I. ," , , 3,367 3,367 3.367 3.367

H·80 .•..•.•••.....•••.••.••• 44,723 48,723 44,723 47.523

OTHER AIRCRAFT . 69,706 89,706 8B,708 89.706

PREDATOR "ODS •••. 1A.178 14,178 14,178 14,178

rN-22 "005 . 279 279 279 279

OTHER IlODIFICATIONS
CLASSIFIED PROJECTS •..••.•..•. 16.525 1l1!1,S25 16.525 '8,52B

TOTAL. HDDIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT. , .916,662 , .904.553 , ,B37, 782 , ,963,203

AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS


REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS,., 180,132 '90,132 190.132 190,132

SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES ••• , . 11,361 11,38' '6,36' 16,381

TOTAL. AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS .... 201,513 201.513 20B,5'3 206,513

AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIP"ENT AND FACILITIES


COH"ON SUPPORT EQUIP"ENT
CONIlON SUPPORT EQUIPHE"T . 218,219 199,219 2'6.2'9 208.219

POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT


&.,..... . , , . 8,448 6,448 8.448 6,448

B-2A •... 8.919 8,B'9 6,9'9 8,919

B-2A ••. , 31.558 3' ,656 3' ,B6Il 3' ,608

C-'30 ........ 8,470 8,470 B,470 6,470

F-'B POST pRODUCTlQN SUPPORT . 7,292 7,292 7,292 7.292

F·' B POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT .. , .•.•.•••.•••••••.. , ••. 13,871 18,871 13.871 17,471

REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS ••.. 2' ,728 2B.728 2',728


WAR CONSUl\ABLES
WAR CONSUIWlLES, •..•....... 25.718 25.71e 25.7'6 25.718

REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS •. 327,231 327,23' 327,231 327,231

OEPOT HOOERNIZATION . 57,600 57,8BO 67.8BO 57.8BO


ClASSIFIED PROGRANS
REPlIEN SPAAESIREPAIR PARTS •.•. 9,449 9,449 9,449 9,449

CARP ..•••• , ••.•.•••.••.••••••.•••••••.••••••••••••••• , 82,933 82,B33 82.933 B2,933

TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPHEHT AND FACILITIES .... 617,522 809.522 8'7,522 813,522

TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PRDCUREptENT. AIR FORCE .. 12.079.360 11,877 .051 11 .997,480 12,088,201
206
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
pn thousands of dollars)

Budllel
P·l Roqu..t Hou.. Sen._ Conl.nlne.

F-22RAPTOIl 3.727.083 3.561.083 3.571.083 3."7.083


Vell<lo, COst Savings -161.000 .161.000 ·60,000
Producibility +5,000 0
C-17A(MVP/ 2.027.1572 2,115,572 2,125.1572 2,115.572
Air FOfCe'Requested Tl8nsfer .10,000 0
AI, Farce Requested Transfe' From N' +95,000 +96,000 +66,000
6 C.17A CMVP) (APoCY) 504.100 401.100 406.100 406.100
ExecuOOn -5,000 0
AIr Force Requested Transfer to MYP ·96,000 '96.000 ,96,000
C.17ICS 827,627 877.t27 977.627 927.627
ExeeudanlProgram Growth -50.000 +50.000 0
SIte ActlYatJan +25.000
Flexible 5ustainment Conlraet Savings -25,000
9 C·13OJ 335."1 295,"1 335.181 295,991
Air Force Requested Transfer To AP -Ml.000 -Ml.OOO
10 ADVANCEPROCUIlEMENT(~ 110.000 150.000 110.000 150.000
AI, Farce Reque8llld TraMle, From MYP +40.000 +40,000
16 CML AIR PATIl0l Ale 2.540 10,540 2.540 8.540
eN' C·1821e-206. +8.000 +6.000
17 TARGET DRONES 48,402 81.202 48.402 58,402
Drone Shortfall +19,800 +10,000
22 PIlEDATOR UAV 193.569 211.S58 193.559 208,889
f'redIl1o' B UAV [Nole: only 10 """""" 2 BddItionellUiIy
equipped Predlltor B aircraft wtU'I eperea, support and
productlonlzeoon support.) +16,000 +15.300
23 B·2A 76.... 125,255 71,_ 123,255
Air Farce Requested Tranole' From ROTE +24.691 +24,691
Nt Decl< Madlftcetian +27.100 +27,100
Unjustified Interim Contractor Support Coats -5.000 ·5.000
24 B-1B 91.623 96.923 76.623 103.723
B-1 B MOdlflca1ian. +20,300 +17.100
WCMD Madillcatian KIts -15,000 -16,000 ·5,000
25 B-52 61.133 51,933 77,833 63.633
AMIKIIB -9,200 -9.200
9-52 Attrition Re!lerYe +18,700 +11.700
27 A-10 17.759 22.758 17.159 20.788
ANG A·l0 PrapulBian Upgrade Study +5,000 3,000
25 F.15 197.805 200,205 219.105 201.505
ADCPKItB ·26.900 ·28.900
220 E-I<Ite lot FL ANG F-15 +19,500 +13,000
F·1SE ALQ.135 8011<11.5 +10.000 +10.000 +10,000
Air to Air InterrogatorlJFF +11,500 +8,100
29 F-15 300.685 210.596 U4,H6 314,580
JHMCS ·25,500 0
OBOGSRetrtlm +5.800 +4,000 +4,000
F·16 BJac:l< 42 Engi.. Upgl'B<l.. +20,000 +10,000
34 C·17A 42.801 49,101 42.801 49,101
Air Force Requested Transfer From MYP +11,300 +6,300
49 C·I30 195,737 192.537 218,637 216.837
Re.lign PLAID full<ling k> ROTE Ilne 7110 ofIBot 00..
d""elapm.nt praoram ohanteU -9.100 ·9,700
Terrain Awareness System +2,500 +1,800
CA ANG Adwneed Te<:llca' AIrborne C4ISR +4,000 +2.000
K...BIIIld SATCOM Upgnlde +6,800 +5.100
APN-241 Red'.r Upgrade la' the NV AI, NotJanal Guard +3,100 +2,400
207

BUdget
P·l !!!quee, House SOnlle Conference
TN ANG • APIII-241 Radar Upgrade Program (Nole:
Trenale"ed from ROTE, AF line 2041 +6,125 +5,000
176th HC·130 LAlRCM +13,000 +t2.5OO
SENIOR SCOUT Inlelligenl Conununlcaliol18 ExpIollellon
Progrem INote: TrenolBmld from line 53.J +1.500 +3.000 +2,000
AFFS Integration of C-13OJ& 2.000
51 C·135 176,382 106,382 121,382 115,662
Re-Englning .70,000 ·70,000 -70.000
Boom Opemlor Waepon System Trainar 5,000 +2.500
GATM +10,000 +7,000
53 DARP 80,133 81,133 88,133 8...13
Cobra Ball MuKi O1ennel Tmckar +2,500 +t,75O
SENIOR SCOUT Intelligent Communicationa E>q>IoItatlon
Progmm INole: Trans1elTed 10 lina 49.) +1.500 +3,000 0
Collaborative Information Qper8t1ons +4.000 +2.000
SENIOR SCOUT DirB<tional Finding and Locallon
Upgnode +3,000 +1.500
Cobra Ban Dual Sided CoI_n Mollification +3,000 +1,500
51 E./l H,017 41,017 36,017 39,517
Joint STARS Engin.. +5.000 +3.500
51 H-60 44,123 41,723 44,123 47,133
Pemonn.1 Localor Syslamll.lghtwelght Alrboma
Rocoyary System +4,000 +2.800
64 SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES 11,311 11,311 11,381 11,381
Magnetic Bearing Cooling Turbine +5.000 +5.000
65 COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 211,218 188,218 216,218 206,21'
Items LeIs Than 55 Million ·17.000 ·10,000
71 F~6POSTPRODUcnoNSUPPORT 13,871 11,.71 13,111 17,471
Stores Management and Release Systams Tast Sel8 +5.000 +3,600
72 REPLEN SPAREs/REPAIR PARTS 21,721 21,721 21,721 24,121
ATIFP Raqulrements· A~ Plant 4 +4,000 +2,400
208
TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT REQUIREMENTS
The conferees direct that not later than 180 days after enact­
ment of this legislation, the Secretary of the Air Force shall provide
a report to the congressional defense committees detailing a pro­
posed approach for addressing official air travel requirements and
prioritization of aircraft use associated with Special Air Missions.
The report shall include the current retirement schedule of existing
aircraft, preferred replacement aircraft types, quantities, acquisi­
tion alternatives for both new and used aircraft, corresponding
total cost of operation, and base(s) of assignment.
U-2 ADVANCED SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR (ASARS)
The conferees agree with the concerns expressed by the House
with respect to the ASARS program, amending to January 15,
2004, the date for which the requested report is due.
PREDATOR B UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV)
The conferees agree that the Air Force shall submit no later
than December 1, 2003, a report that addresses the operational re­
quirement for the Predator B UAV and a development and acquisi­
tion plan for achieving that operational requirement with a steady
production rate by 2006.
209
MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:

(In thouSlnds of dollars)


Budget HollIe Senate Conference

MISSILE PROCUREMENT. AIR FORCE

BALLISTIC MISSILES
MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT. BALLISTIC
MISSILE REPlACEMENT ED·BALLIS ••.••.. 50.713 50.713 50.713 50,713

OTHER MISSILES
TACTICAL
JASSM . 102.534 56.000 36.500 65.000

JOINT STAHOOFF WEAPON . 79.961 79,981 79.961 79.981

SIDEWINDER (AIM.9X) , , . 69.072 56.072 53.572 53.672


AHRMH •.•.. , .. , . 105.246 '05.248 10!rl.24e 10!rl.24e

PREDATOR HELLFIRE MISSILE .. 23.117 23,1'7 10.000 'O,ODO

INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
REPLEN SPAREStREPAIR PARTS , .. , . , . , .948 1.948 1.946 1.948
..... -.. -..... .............. - ...... -............ . ............... ­
TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES ............. ................ 361.898 322,384 269.247 335.747

MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES


CLASS IV
ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE .....••.•.• 3,498 3,498 3.498 3.498

MM III MODIFICATIONS ........ , ............ 606.964 592.984 610.964 599.784


AGpt .. 6!rlO ptAVERICK ................... ................... 319 316 316 316

AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE ........................... , • ",478 " ,.78 2.000 2.000
. --_ .............. ................... ................ . ...............

TOTAL, MOOIFICATlQH OF INSERIIICE MISSILES •..••.•... 622.258 606.258 616.780 605.560

REFLEN SPARES/REFAIR PARTS •.••••••..•• ............... 76.449 75.449 78, ••9 78,.49
210
(.In thoUUndlil 01 dollars)
Budget HOUle Senne COnference

OTHER SUPPORT
SPACE _ H S
WIDE_O GAPFILLER SATELLITES .. .................. 3(.588 3(,588 T,OII 22,011

SPACEBORNE EQUIP (COHSEC), .. ....... ......... 9,U6 9,145 9,145 9. t46

GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE) .. ................. 22B ,622 226 , B22 228.822 22li,B22

GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE) IAP·CY), .... , ..... 32.230 32.230 32.230 32.230

OEF METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROGIS ...... BB,02li 68,026 68.026 88.028

DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRA"(SPAC£ ...... .. ............. 113,067 113.067 113,067 113.087

DEFENSE SATELLITE COH" sYSTEH." ....... 12,479 12,(79 12,(79 12,4'79

TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS(SPACE) ......•.. 91.(99 73,(99 (6,(99 (8,(99

EIIOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEH, •...... 809.310 609.310 609,310 B09.310

"EDIUH LAUNCH VEHICLE(SPACE). 91,126 91.128 81,128 91.128

SPECIAL PRQGIlAHS
DEFENSE SPACE RECONN PROGRAM .•... .............. 292.000 217 .000 292.000 217,000

SPECIAL PROGRAMS ......................... 1,552.081 1,(81.08' 1.5(5,081 1.520,081

SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAHS .................. 127 ,5(6 127.5(8 127.5(B 127.5(6

ADVANCED EHF AP ................... ................. -45,000

WIDEBANO GAPFILLER AP ...... . .............. 55 ,ODD

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

TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT ....•. .......................... 3,2!l8,721 3.175. T21 3,180,10( 3,085,1"

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

TOTAL. MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE ............... (,383,03' (.235.505 (,215.333 (,185,633

211
EXPlANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
lin thouB8ndo of dollara)

Budget
P·l AoquNl H..­ Sen.ta Conf.,.nce

2 JASSM 102,534 58,000 31,500 85,000


Malnlain lRIP -48,534 -84,034 -17,534
4 SIDEWINDER (Allo1·9X) 8e.o72 58,072 53,572 53,572
Maintain LRIP ·13,000 .15,500 ·15,500
PREDATOR HEWIRE MISSILE 23,117 23.117 10.000 10,000
Quantity Roduction .13.117 ·13,117
10 MM III MODIFlCAnDNS 1OI,H4 592,914 810,814 588,714
SERV .11,000 0
Execution -3,000 .10,000
Shipping Containers +4,000 +2,800
12 AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE 11,471 11,471 2.000 2,000
Premature Procurement -9,478 -9.478
18 W1DEBAND OAPFILLER SATElUTES 34.518 34,588 7.011 22,011
WGS Launch Delays -27,577 .12,577
25 TITAN SPACE SOOSTERSISPACE) 81,498 73.498 48,489 ....498
Excess Prtor Year Funds ·18.000 0
Launch Delays -45,000 -45,000
28 DEFENSE SPACE RECONN PROGRAM 282.000 217,000 282,000 217.000
Cleoslfled Adjuatmanl -75.000 -75.000
30 SPECIAl PROGRAMS 1,552.011 1,411,081 1.545.011 1,520.061
Claosffied AdJustment -71.000 -7.000 -32.000

NEW Advanced EHF AP 0 45,000 0


NEW Wldeband OBpflllBr AP 0 35.000 0
212

PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:

(In thou.lnda of dol1.n)


Budget Houle Senate Conference

PROCUREKENt OF MKQ. AIR FORCE


ROCKETS ... '" ...... ~.4D4 84.494 ~.4D4 ~.494

CARTIUDGES 159,748 154,746 159.748 151.748

BOlIBS
PRACTICE BO"BS •.. 45.908 46.909 4•• 909 45.909

GENERAL PURPOSE 80l1BS •••••••. 181.634 161.834 161.634 167.834

SENSOR FUZED WEAPON •••••••••• 117.841 117 ,841 117.841 117 ,841

JOINT OIRECT ATTACK "UIIITION •..•..•.•.•....... 421.109 427.709 427.709 421.709

WINO CORRECTED KUNITJONs DJ5P. 72.411 72.411 72.411 72,411

FLARE. IR "JU·78
CAD/PAD., ••••. ,., ••••••••.•••••• 20.030 20,030 20,030 20,030

EXPLOSIVE ORDINANCE DISPOSAL. . 3,175 3.175 3,175 3.17.

SPARES AND REPAIR. PARTS •.•..• 164 1~ 184 184

REPLENISHMENT SPARES .•...•..•.....•. 3.187 3.187 3,1e7 3,187

HOOIFICATIONS <5". 189 189 189 189

ITE~ lESS TllAN $5,000.000 .. 336 336 336 336

FUZES

FLARES ...... 146.221 148.221 143,221 143.221

FUZES .... 38.4&8 36.488 20.323 25.488


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

TOTAL, PROCURE"EIlT OF AI1I1O, AIR FORCE ........ 1.265.892 1.2&0.892 1.246.549 1.243.&92

WEAPONS
SHAl.L ARHS •..•..••.•••••••••.••• '" .•.•.••••••••• 19,033 ,g,D33 '0,033 19.033

.............. -_ .. __ ....... ............. ...............

TOTAL. PROCUREfilENT OF AtlI'lUNITION. AIR. FORCE •..... 1,28.,725 1.279,725 1.2&5.882 , ,282.725
213
EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL AOJUSn.1ENTS
lin thouaanda of dollenl)

8udtI1t
P·l R!quat Hoy.. Softllla ConleNnoa

CARTRIDGES 158.7'­ 1114,7'­ 159,748 151,7'­


Execution -20,000 -20,000
30mm Practice Ammunition +15,000 +12,000
15 FLARES 148,221 148,221 143,221 1.:1,221
MJU-39/40 ACFT FI8ro-buying ""oad of'­ '1.000 '1,000
18 FUZES 38'­ 38,488 2O.3U 25,_
Jotnt Programmable Fuze Delay .16.143 .11.000
214
OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:

lIn thou..nd. of do1l8n}


BUdget Hou.. !tenets Conference

OTHER PROCURENENT, AIR FORCE

VEHICULAR EQUIP"ENT
PASSENGER CARRYI NG VEHICLES
AAJ10RED VEHICLE ..... , ......... , ....... ••••... 243 243 243 243

PASSENGER CARRYING VEHiCLE .......................... 12.031 12.031 12,031 12.031

CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES


TRUCK. CARGO·UTlLITY. 3/4T. 4X4,. 15.515 15,515 15.515 15.515

TRUCK, CARGO-l1rILITV. 3/4T, nz. 5.374 5.374 6,37. 5.37.

TRUCK "AIHT fUTI LITY IDE LIVERY .. 10.244 10.244 10,244 10.244

TRUCK CARRVALL ............... 9.552 0,652 9.552 9.552

FA"ILY NECIU" TACTICAL VEHICLE ..•.. 5.687 5.8n 5,687 5,887

HIGH P'IDBILIT"f VEHICLE (1lVP) ........ 3.714 3.714 3.714 3.714

CAP VEHICLES, . ................ 786 785 785 788

ITENS LESS THAN S5". 38.283 38.283 38.283 38.283

SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES


TRUCK TANK FUEL R-l1 .............................. 14.115 14,115 14,115 14,115

HNtIWV. ARPIOREO ... 2.986 2.988 2.088 2.968

HKWWV. UP~AAJ1OREO. 5.809 5.809 5.809 5.809

TRACTOR. AlC TW. "6·4 •• 3.786 3.788 3.786 3.788

TRACTOR. TOW. FLIGHTLINE ..... ......................... 8.OS2 8.052 8.062 8,052

TRUCK HYDRANT FUEL . ...... 1.397 1.397 1.397 1.397

ITENS LESS THAN S6" ........ 24,028 24.028 24.028 24.028

FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT


TRUCK CRASH p." ............ 4.838 4,838 4,838 4.838

ITENS LESS THAN $5" ......................... 6.l5Il4 3,764 6.664 3.764

RATERIALS HANllLlNG EQ\)IPIlEllT


TRUCK, F/L 10.000 LB ...................... 8.610 11,510 B.610 11.510

HALVERSEN LOADER ........................ 19.339 40.339 19.339 37.13B

ITE"S LESS THAN S5" ...................... B.423 9.423 9.423 9.423


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BASE /lAINTENANCE SUPPOIlT


LOADER, SCOOP ... 5.656 5,656 5.B5B 5,656

TRUCK, DUIIP ......•. ",990 4.990 4.990 4.990

RUNWAY SNOW REIlOYAL & CLEANING . 16,29B 16,298 16,298 16.298

1t00IFICATIONS •....••.••... 564 5U 564

lTE~ LESS THAN 15" . 12.~ 12.260 12,260

TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPNENT .•..••.•.. 241,006 269,206 247,006 266,006

ELECTRONICS ANO TELECOIIAUNlCATIOHS EQUIP


COItN SECURITY EQUIPNENT (COIISECl
COIISEC EQUIP"ENT . 30.411 33.411 30.411 30.41'7

INTELLIGENCE PIlOORARS
INTELLIGENCE TRAIRING EQUIPNEHT •..•••••...•..• 2,935 2.935 2.935 2,935

INTELLIGENCE CDRR EQUIP •• , .. 1,663 1.B63 19.0B3 IB,683

ELECTllONICS PROGRARS
AIR TRAFFIC CTRL/lANO SYS {AT ...... 74,884 74,e84 74,164 74,884

NATiOHAL AIRSPACE SYSTE" •..... 33.104 11.904 30,204 2B.I04

T1tfATfR AIR CONTROL SYS II'IPRO. 29.649 29.U9 29.649 29,949

wEATHER OBSERVE/FORECAST. .. 32.639 32,639 32,B39 32.839

STRATEGIC CORIIANO ANO COKTROL . 43,004 43,094 43.094 43,094

CHEYENNE P'lOUNTAIH COftPUX , . 20.813 20,813 20,813 2O,S13

TAC SIGINT SUPPOIlT ...... , ••..•..••... , .. , .. ,." •. 389 36B 369 389

DfltJG IH'TEROICTIOH PROGRAR .. 403 403 403 403

HIGH PERFORIIANCE COIIPUTING 110 ••••••••. 411.921 46.921

SPECIAL CO""·ELECTRONICS PROJECTS


GENERAL INFORRATIOH TECH1IOLOGY . 1 U~,&34 114,034 65.234 67.534

AF GLOBAL COItRANO & COIfTROL S .. 23,487 23,4" 23.457 23.4117

NOBILITY CORHAND AND CONTROL. . 9,247 9,247 9.247 9.247

AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY S .. 34.877 26.617 34,677 26,677

CORMT TRAINING RANGES. , . 23.442 36,242 B2,942 83,142

CS CQUNTER"!ASURES .. ...........•..•.......•.. " ,634 " ,63" 11,834

GCSS·AF FOS, . 17,147 17,'47 17,1.(7 11.147

T1tEATER BATTLE ItGT C2 BYS .. 60.603 50.803 50,803 !IO.803

AIR OPERATIONS CENTER (ADe) •.•...•. 45.964 45.954 34.389 45.954

AIR FORCE CORRUNICATIOHS


BASE INFORltATlOH INFRASTRUCTlJRE .... 268,408 288.406 294.00B 289,608

USCENTCO" .... , ....•...•••......•.... , •. . 30,335 30.3~ 30.335 30,335

"'PT'it
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DEFENSE NESSAGE SYSTEN (DNS) •.••.........•.••.•. 10,555 10.555 10.555 10,555

DISA PROGRAMS
SPACE BASED IR SENSOR PRDG SP. 95.421 95.421 95,421 95.421

NAYSTAR GPS SPACL ....•. 10.332 10.332 10.332 10,332

NUDer DETECTION SYS (NOS) SPA •.••••.•••••.••..••.••••• 10.788 10.78& 10, TBB 10,786

AF SATELLITE CONTRDL NETWORK .•••.•..•. 4B,229 4B.229 4B.219

sPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE •. , ...•.. 80,835 80,835 BO.835 80, B35

NILSATCOM SPACE .. , ... 42,329 42.329 42.329 42,329

SPACE NODS SPACE ••.•. 30,747 30,T4T 30.747 30,747

ORGANIZATION AND BASE


TACTICAL C-E EQUIPNENT , . 158.322 168.322 158.321 158.322

CONBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATE .. B,B39 8.839 7.439 7.439

RAOID EQlJIPltENT •... , , •••• , , .. 8,750 8,750 B.7BO 8.7BO

TV EQUIPMENT (AFRTV) .. 2.590 2,590 2.590 2,590

CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPltENT •.•. 3,238 3.23B 3.238 3.238

BASE CONM INFllASTRUCTURE . 180,558 HO,05B 180,668 187,7BB

ITEMS LESS THAN $5M .. 5,9BO 6,880 6.960 6,960

"ODIFICATIONS
CONN ELECT MOOS . 38.732 3B.732 38,732 3B,732

TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP..... 1,670,378 l.ee8, 17B 1,873,166 1,679,951

OTllER BASE HAINTENANCE ANO SUPPORT EQUIP


TEST EQUIP"ENT
BASE/ALe CALIBRATION PACKAGE ..•• , •• , •••••• , 13,528 13,528 13,528 13,528

PRI"AR'f STMDARDS LASORATORY, 1,074 1,074 1.014 1.07..

ITEMS LESS THAN SSM... 9 ,3B2 9 , 3B2 9 ,382 9,382

PERSCNAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP


NIGltT VISION GOGGLES.,.. 5,340 5,340 10.340 8,B40

ITEMS LESS TIlAN SSM •... 7,435 21.435 22,235 2D,335

DEPOT PLAHT + I'IATERIALS HANDLING ED


I1£CHANIZED "ATE-RIAl,. HAfilDlING •.. 13,019 18,9'\9 21,010 19,919

ITE"5 LESS THAN $5" .. 11,702 11,702 1'.702 11,102

ELECTRICAL EQUIP"ENT
FLOODLIGHTS.. . . 5,618 5,618 5,816 5.816

ITEMS LESS lllAN SSM .. 9,510 9,570 9.570 9.670

BASE SUPPORT EIlUIPIIENT


8ASE PROCURED EQUIP"ENT ...• , 9.817 9,817 15.617 12,817

NEDICAL/D£NTAL EOUIPHENT ........•..•. , . , , , •. , . 13.BB9 13.889 18.889 15,969

""eli ifl'r'lrn';.
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS .
664 964 664 664

AIR 9ASE OPEAABILlTY ...


5.502 5.502 5.502 5.502

PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUiPMENT •.•...•...


5.708 5.708 5.7OB 5.7OB

PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCING CAPITA


. 6.210 3,110 6.210 3,110

MOBILITY EQUiPMENT.... .. .. • .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. ..
.. .. 82.851 92.951 82.951 92.951

AIR CONDITIONERS .
10.239 10.238 10.238 10.238

ITEltS LESS TIlAN ISM •....•...


14,940 14.840 14.840 15.852

SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS

PRODUCTION ACTIViTIES
. 50.442 50.442 50.442 53.692

TECH SURY CDUNTERllEASURES EQ


. 3.999 3.99B 3.99B 3.996
DAAP RC135
. 16,775 16.775 18,775 16,776

DARP. NRIGS .
99.915 99,918 99.918 99.915

SELECTED ACTIViTIES ••••..•.•.•.


•• 961.728 8.581.326 9.694.876 6.900.033

SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM . 220.226 22O.22B 220,22B 220.229

OEFENSE SPACE RECONNAISSANCE ..•.•. 14,'41 14.141 14,14' 14.141

MODIFICATIONS . 201 201 201 201

FIRST OESTINATION TRAIlSPORTATlON .••......•.••.....••. 4.860 4.890 4.980 4.960

TOTAL. OTllER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUiP .... 9,829,893 9.223,183 9.67&,343 9.578.260

SPARE AND REPAI R PARTS


SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS . 36.562 36.582 36.562 36.562

TOTAL. OTHER PROCUREMENT. AIR FORCE .. 11.583,6&9 " ,195,1&9 11.836.097 11.568,799
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EXPlANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
lin Ihouasnds of doIlarsl

Budget C..._
P·l ~t Ho... Se.m
25 ITEMS LESS TttAN $5 MILUON 5,584 3,784 5,584 3,784
Unrequlrec! P·19 Crash TNCks .1.800 ·l.8oo
21 TRUCK, F/L 10.000 LB 1,510 11,510 5,510 11,510
Material Handling Equipment +3,000 +3,000
21 HALVERSEN LOADER 19,339 40,339 19,339 37,131
Halversen Loader +21.000 +17,800
35 COMSEC EQUIPMENT 30,417 33,417 30,417 30,417
DCGS Jumbo Dep"yabla • MoY8d 10 line 38 +3.000 0
38 INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP 1,183 1,883 19,083 11,883
Eagle Vialon (Nolo: Only for modarnization oIlhe axlating
syStem Bnd for sustainment or the South Carolina Eagle
Vision system) • Moved from line 48 +5,000 +5.000
DCGS Jumbo Deployabla Tra.oit·C8BBd Syatam • Moved
from line 35 +12,400 +12.000
40 NAnONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM 33,704 17,904 30,204 28,104
DASR .15.800 ·3,500 -8.000
Advanced Automation Syatltmt (Note: for the Air
National Guard for completion of Radar Approach
Control Facility) +2,400
47 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPunNG MODERNIZATION 41,927 41,927 0 0
Transfar 10 POW -48,927 -48.927
41 GENERAL INFORMAnON TECHNOLOGY 119,534 114,034 8$,234 87,534
Eagle Vision· Mo\led to ine 38 +5,000 0
JPAS ·15.000 0
SELDI +4,500 +2,300
Air Force Personnel Security InV881ment Program
(Transfarlo RDAF) -34,300 ·34,300
51 AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS 34,877 28,177 34,111 28,177
Delending tho Enclave ·1.000 -1.000
Strategic Security Systems -7.200 -7,200
52 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES 23,442 38,242 82,942 83,742
SchedUle Slip/Execution -4.200 -4.200
MI ANG Threat Emllt8r +5.000 +5.000
Miniature-Multiple Un-Manned Threat Emitter System
Modemlzalion Program +5.000 +2,500
Joint Threat Emlttar +7.000 +10.000 +7.500
11th AF G-bllnd Pedestals Upgradas .9.000 "9.000
11111 AF JAWSS Scoring Syatom Processor +7.500 +7,500
11th AF UMTE Program Communications Reliability
Upgrada +7,000 +7,000
611th Gokona Redar +20,000 +20,000
611th Red Air Oafsns. Command and Control +4,000 +4,000
Mt. Fairptay Radios +2.000 +2,000
57 AIR OPERAnONS CENTER (AOCI 45,154 45,154 34,311 45,954
AOC Adjustment -11,585 0
51 IlASE INFORMAnON INFRASTRUCTURE HI,408 288,401 2114,008 289,801
Alaska-Wlda Moblla Red" (LMR) Program +10,400 +10,400
Information Transportation Systam lor the C4ISR
Acquisition center ot E-eeltence +6.000 +3.000
PACAF C2 Natwor1< Modamization and Ravl18llzalton "9.200 +7,800
70 COMBAT SUIMVOR EVADER LOCAlE 1,139 8,83t 7,439 7,439
CSEL Requirements Change -1.400 -1.400
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'74 BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE 180,558 170,011 1110.558 187,711


GeoBa.. +8,000 +5,100
Digital Deployed Training Campus Fielding Program lor
ANG (Nole: Only for DDTe wItI1lntegl1ll VTBTSfCPOF
digKoi and commsnd training,) +3,500 +2,100
81 NIGHT Vl810N OOOOLES 5,:140 5,W 10,:140 8,1140
Panoramic Night Vision GoggleS +6,000 +3,500
82 ITEMS LESS THAN ISIlILUON 7,435 21,435 22,235 20,335
Fb'lld AIlcrew S1IlndsrdlZlld seats +4,000 +4,800 +4,000
Ufe Support Equipment· Active Noise Reduction (ANR)
lor Cff!NI headsetslhelmels +3,000 +3,000 +3,000
Quiclc Don Anti E1CP08U11l Suits +1,000 +1,000
LESPA Rspiacement of Emergency BailOul Pal1lChules +4,000 0
Aircrew SUrvival Radio Teal Bets +2,000 +7,000 +4,900
83 MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDUNG 13.'" 1"'1' 21 ••1. 1','1'
Point of Maimnance InitiatiYalNota: To induda ruggad
client device. wilh fullsc"",n displays] +3,000 +8,000 t6,OOO
87 BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT '.117 ',817 15,617 12,817
Combat Arms Training System t6,OOO +3,000
88 MEDICAUDENTAL EQUIPMENT 13.889 13,888 18,88' 15,888
Expeditionary Medicel Support (EMEDS) +3,000 +2,100
82 PRODUCTMTY ENHANCING CAPITAL INVI!STMENT 8,210 3.110 8,210 3,110
FASCAP ·3,100 -3,100
85 ITEMS LESS THAN IS MIWON 14._ 14'­ 1.,1140 15,552
Columbus AFB Flra Alarm System Replocement [NOl8:
transferl1ld from Opel1ltion and Mainlanance, AF] t612
220
COMBAT TRAINlNG RANGES
The conferees have reduced the requests for Combat Training
Ranges by $4,200,000. Funding for this program has been reduced
due to historically slow execution of program funds included in the
request. The conferees expect that this reduction will be applied
proportionately among the various non-Congressional interest
items and activities within this program element.
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PROCUREMENT,DEFENSE-WIDE

The conference agreement on the items addressed by either the House

or the Senate is as follows:

Un thouaenda 01 dolhrl)
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PROCURElfENT • OEFEN5E.WIDE

"AJOR ECUIP"ENT
"AJOR ECUIP"'ENT. O5OllftS
llHS IlOTOR VEHICLES ...... 10 10 10 70

NAJaR EOUIPHENT, 050 ...... 31.291 31,291 88.191 86.191

.....JOR EOUIPI1ENT. WllS ................. 21.822 18,822 21,822 16.822

INFORtlATtON SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRA" . ... B,OOO

"AJOR EaUIP"'ENT OISA


I

INfORtiATIOli SYSTE"'S SECURITY ..... . 32.880 32,880 22.980 22,980

DEFENSE NESSAGE SYSTEN ..•.......• ........ " .... 5.211 5,211 5.211 5.211

GlOBAL COIINANO AND CONTROL SYS ........................ 4,143 4,143 4.143 4,143

GlO8Al CllfIBAT SUPPORT SYSTEN ... , •• , ..•...••... 2.B07 2.501 2.501 2.507

TELEPORTS ... . '" . .............. .............. 58.160 58.180 53.180 53.,6D

GLOBAL INFClUtATIOH GRla. ............ 380,135 380,136 380.135 3110.135

ITEHS LESS THAN $5" . .. . . . . .... . , .. 10,025 10.025 81,525 81.52&

NAJOR EQUIPHENT. OIA


INTELLIGENCE COIINUNICATlOIiS •.. ............ 22.000

1lAJ0R EQUIPNENT, oLA


"AJOR EQUIPftENT .. ...... , ...•.. 8.545 8,645 8.545 8,545

NAJOR EQUIPNENT. OCAA


NAJOR EQUIPN&NT ITENS lESS TItAN $5N. ................ 1.500 1,SOO 1,500 1,500

NAJaR EQUIPNENT, TJS


1lAJ0R EQUIPNENT. TJS ...... . ... , . , . . . .. . . 48,114 4&,114 48,114 48,114

HAJOR eQUtp"ENT, OHRA


PERSONNEl ADttlH15TRATlON .. .............. 1.~12 7.~12 1,312 7,)12

NATIONAL l"AGERY AND flAPPING AGENCY


1lAJ0R EOUI PNENT, NINA ..... , ........................... 29.000

DEFENSE THReAT REDUCTION AGENCY


VEHICLES .................. . . . . . . . . .. .. .. . .. 200 200 200 200
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OTHER "AJOR EIlUIP"E"T .............. " 37,330 37,350 37.330 37,3eD

DEFENSE SE.CURITY COOPERATION AGENCY


OTHER "AJOR EIlUIP"ENT ....• , .......•.•.. ......... , ..... 209 209 209 209

1lAJ0R EOUIP"ENT, AFIS


1lAJ0R EQUIP"ENT, AFIS" ..• , ........................... 9.82' 8,82' 8.82' 6,824

1lAJ0R EQUIP"ENT. OOOOE


AUTQMTION/EDUCATIONAL. SUPPORT & LOGISTICS ••..•.••••.. 2.337 2.337 2.337 2.337

MJOR EQUIPI"IENT I OCIIA


IlAJOR EQUIP"ENT ............ ............. , 9.908 9,908 9,908 9,90S

I"IA,JOR EQUIPMENT, OTSA


""JOR EQUIP"ENT .. , ...................... .............. 390 590 590 390
•__ •__ ._p._, ...--..-..- --.-........ .... _._----­
'

TOTAL, NAJOR EQUIPMENT. .......... ................... 733.379 72S.679 813.079 734,079

SPECIAL OPERATIONS COItMNO


AVIATION PROGRAMS
SOF ROTAIl'f WING UPGRADES .•.. .,................... 873.De3 880.063 4S3.1N13 388.313

SOF TRAINING SYSTE"S •.•.... .......................... SfI.133 38. '33 se.133 38,133

"C-130H CO_T TALON II ..... ....................... 8.838 8.838 8.838 8.838

CV-22 $OF NOOIFICATION •...• , .• , , ............ 108.790 108,790 108.790 '08.790

AC-UOU G~SHIP ACQUISITION .••.. ............. 390.064 362,324 390.064 362.32'

C·130 "OOIFICATlONS ........... ............ 214,798 224.298 '82.31N1 191.848

AIRCRAFT SUPPORT ...... " ....... ............... 295 293 295 295

SHIP8UILOING
ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY 6YS ..... .... ..... .. .... 8.35' 8,351 8.351 8.351

ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYs (AP.CY). _•.•.•.. 23.573 23.573 23,373

"K VIII "00 1 • SEAL OELIVUY VEH. 10,100 10,100 10,100 10, '00

A.I""UNITIOft PROGRA"S
SOF ORDtWlCE REPLENISH"ENT •.•.•... .................... 35,7'<116 35.7," 35,7<116 35.746

SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION •. .......... , ................. 22.508 2' ,008 22.508 23.1se

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OTHER PROCUREHENT PROGRAHS

COHH EQUIPHENT & ELECTRONICS .....•.


S6.22S 62.225 31.72S 39.975

SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEHS .••..•.•..•.• , .


16,S22 20,522 16.522 19.322

$OF S"ALL ARKS & WEAPONS. • .•....•.•. , ..•.. 16.003 4S .503 50,003 50.103

JOINT "ILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRA" .....•.........•...


18,268 18,268 18.269 18,288

I'TV •.. '. ' ,' . 5.208 5.206 5.206 11.206

1,318 4.318 4,316 3,e18

SOF COIlBATANT CRAFT SYSTEHS , , .. , 9.961 13,481 9,981 23,481

SPARES ANO REPAI R PARTS , . 7,885 7,995 7,995 7.995

SOF HARITIHE EOUIPHENT ..•.•.•. , , . 1,990 1.990 18.490 1,900

HISCELLANEOUS EQUIPHENT , 11,207 11,207 11.207 11,207

SOf PLANNING AND REHEARSAL SYSTEH. 292 292 292 292

SOF OPERATlONAL ENHANCEI1ENTS ... 235,269 281.289 241,187 249.489

PSYOP EOUIPHENT , . 18.264 18.284 18.264 18.264

TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COHIlAHO , .. 1.952,786 2,013.056 1,720.831 1.972,458

CHEHICAL/BIOLOGICAL OEFENSE
CBDP
INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION .. ..•...... 85.018 85,018 90,018 87,!i18

DECOHTAHINATlDH .. , • , ..•..•. , .. , . 12.843 141.843 12.843 14,8l1li3

JOINT BIOLOGICAL DEFEMSE PROGRAM . 71.952 71.952 71.952 71.9S2

COLLECTIVE PROTECTION . 17,808 38.606 42,608 43,858

CONTAl1lNATION AVOIDANCE . 316.616 319.616 342.518 337,818

TOTAL. CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL OEFENSE ..


505.737 526.731 559,737 5S5,587

CLASSIFIEO PROGRAMS •..•...• ,


473.404 533.404 473.404 527.804

TOTAL. PROCURE"ENT, DEFENSE -WIDE. 3.868.508 3.803.776 3,568.851 3,709,928


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-
~n thouund. 01 doll...]
B....II
P.1 ReqUIII Houll Conference
2 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD. 37,291 37,291 16,181 16,191
High Performance Computing Modemization (fllmfl'er
from OP,AFI +48,900 +48,900
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS 21,m 18,822 21,622 16,622
Case Controlll1anagomont System (DSS) -6,000 -5.000
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM 8,000 0
Socura W_•• Technology Capability +6,000 0
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY 32,110 32,160 22,960 22,860
Premature Requeat -8.900 ·9,900
13 TELEPORTS 88,1110 58,1110 63,180 413,180
Installation Coat Growth ·5.000 -5,000
15 ITEMS LESS THAN 85 MILUON. 70,026 70,028 61,525 61,825
UnJullliflod Requool ·8.500 .a,SOO
18 INTELLIGENCI! AND COMMUNICATION 0 22,000 0
CloeeIllod Adjustment +22,000 0
25 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NIMA 0 29,000 0
Classifted AdJustmenl +29.000 0
33 SOF ROTMY WING UPGRADES 675,063 880,083 483,863 588,313
Advanced Threat IR Countermeasure/Common MisaMe
Warnln9 Syotom (ATIRCMlCt.lWS) +5,000 +4,250
Army DoIay·MH-60 SLEP end Aaaociatod Equipmonl -153,000 -60,000
MH-47 Spa",. Unjuotltled Growth -38,100 ·11,000
37 AC-l3OU GUNSHIP ACQUISITION -,084 362,324 380,054 382,324
COntnlCI Salring. ·27,730 -27,730
38 Co13O MODIFICATIONS 214,798 224,298 162,381 191,648
ANlAAQ-24(V) NEMESIS tor ANG EC·13OJ +9.500 +6,450
MC~130H Aerial Refueling Syat8"., Acquisls'jon
PhaSing ·53.IlOO -28,000
HPFOTD-Premature Procurement .a,1IOO -8.800
eC·13OJ Modilication +10.000 +5.000
41 ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY BYB (AP-<:y) 23,m 23,873 0 23,573
T",,,,,'ar to ROTE.OW -23.573 0
45 SOF ORDNANCE ACQUIBmON 22,508 24,006 22,508 23,158
AT4 Confined Space Weapon +2,500 +2,250
M72lJgh_lghl Anll-Anno< Wa.pon Syotam +4,000 +3,400
Requiremants for MAWS Sstiafaed With Prior Year
Supplemental Fund. -5,000 ·5,000
46 COMM EQUIPMENT & ELECTRONICS 86,225 62,225 31,725 39,97li
SpecIal Reconnaluance Capablnty +6.000 +3.000
Multi·Band Mulli..Mlsaion Radio +5,000 +4,250
ReqUirements for TACLAN SetlSfl8d With Plfor Year
Supplemantal FundBICQOt Growth -5.000 -9,500 -8.500
SOFTACS Coot Growth .10.000 ·10,000
C4lAS UnderexeaJtion -5.000 -5,000
47 BOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS 16.522 20,822 16,822 18,322
Bustar Backpak UAV +4.000 +2.800
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48 SOF SIIALL ARIIS • WEAPONS 16,llO3 45,1103 50,003 50,10:1
Infrared loom laser lIIumlnalioNRBngefinder
Designator .3,000 +3,000 +3,000
ANlPVS·21 Low Prome Night Vielon Goggletl +1,500 .1.100
Enhanced Clo.e Combat Oplle +5.000 +2.500
Ughtwelgh1 Counter Mortar Radar +4,000 .1.400
Magnum Universal Nigh' Sight .2,000 .1.700
ALGL SyatemelMK41 Mod Stnker +14,000 +22,000 +16.000
AN!PV5· 17 Mini Night Sighl +4,000 +2,600
SOPMOO Block I OIllllCllve +3,000 +2 1100
Weapons Shot Counter +2,000 +1,600
50 nv 6,_ 6,211S 6,21lll 11,20S
SOCOM ATV Project (transferred Irom ROTlE,OW
Line 185) +8.000
51 MARITIIiE EQUIPMENT 1I0DS 1,316 4,316 4,316 3.616
SUrface and Underwater Mobility Enhancernertte 'or
Manlime SOF +3.000 +600
MK-V Advanced Shock MUgaling saalS +3,000 +1,500
82 SDFCOIIBATANTCRAFTSYSTEIIS 8,111 13,481 8,111 23,481
Spselol Operatio,," Crab Aiva"ne +3,liOO +13.600
64 SOF MARITIIiE EQUIPMENT.. 1,_ 1._ 18,480 1,_
Additionol SOC·R (llanelerred to ~ne 62) +16.soo 0
86 SOFOPERAnONALENHANCEIiENTS 235,2119 2111,_ 241,187 249,489
SOF SpeelliC OISM Systems +1,000 +1,000
ClassKied +25,000 +33,000 +26.600
CIB66IIIed RedUCIlons ·18.862 ·6,800
Budget Amendment Correction 08,200 -4,600
SO INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION 111,018 85,018 80,018 87,818
Chemlllio Delan.. Mosk. +5,000 +2,500
81 DECONTAMINATION 12,_ 14,843 12,_ 14,_
M100 Soroenl Deeonlemlnatlon Sy.tem +1,000 +1.000
M2e1 Decontamination Kit .1,000 +1,000
63 COLLECnVE PROTEcnoN 17,_ 38,_ 42,60S 63,851l
Chemical Biological ProtllCled Shalters +6,000 +25,000 +17,600
Collsellve Prol_ Syslems +10,000 +5.000
M26 Protectl.. Eq~menl +5,000 +3,750
84 CDNTAlilNAnON AVOIDANCE. 318,518 318,1116 342,816 337,61.
Contamination Avoidence-Flits,. +1.000 +1,000
ACAOA +20.000 +15.000
Joint ChemiC81 Agolll Oetector +3.000 +2.100
WMO CMI Support Teama 11,0001 +1,000
998 CLASSIFIED PROGRAIIS 473,404 533,404 473,_ _,804
Clessllied Program Adjustmenl +60.000 +54,400
226
ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYSTEM (ASDS)
The House provided the funds as requested for advance pro­
curement for long lead items associated with the second ASDS, but
directed that none of the funds be obligated before the first ASDS
satisfactorily passes operational evaluation and before the Mile­
stone C decision assessing affordability and effectiveness is com­
_ pleted. The Senate transferred the funds requested to Research,
Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide. The conferees
agree to provide the budget request for advance procurement and
concur with the direction of the House. The conferees further direct
that none of the funds provided may be obligated or expended until
15 days after the Secretary of the Navy notifies the defense com­
mittees in writing of the Milestone C decision and provides a de­
tailed report on the program's revised cost estimate and future
budget requirements as validated by the Cost Analysis and Im­
provement Group.
227

NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or the

Senate is as follows:

(In thou..nda of dOl18ra)


Budget "CUI' $Instl Conference

NATIONAL GUARD & R£SERVE £QUIPM£t<T

RESERVE EQUI P"ENT


ARMY R£S£RVE
MISCELLANEOUS EOUIPNENT ........•..•.•.....•...•. '5.000 so. 000 4S.000

NAVf RESERVE
MISCELLANEOlJS EOUIPMENT . '5.000 50.000 48.000

MARINE CORPS RESERVE


MISCSLLANEOUS EQUIPMENT ..•.. 1!i,OOO 50.000 48.000

AIR FORCE RESERVE


MISCELLANEOUS EOUIPNENT ...• '5.000 50.000 45.000

TOTAL. RESERVE EQUIPMENT .. 50.000 200.000 '90,000

MATIOHAL GUARD EQUIP"ENT


ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
MISCELLANEOUS EOUIPNENT .. 20.000 240.000 '00,000

AIR NATIONAL. GUARO


MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPltENT........................... 20.000 250.000 '20.000

TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPNENT.............. ....... 40.000 500,000 220.000

TOTAL. NATIONAL GUA/Il> & RESERVE EOUIPMENT... tOO.OOO 100.000 400.000


228
AIR NATIONAL GUARD
The Senate recommended a specific increase of $20,000,000 for
F-l5 Engine Kits within the amounts provided to the Air National
Guard. The House concurs and the conferees agree to provide
$20,000,000 for F-l5 Engine Kits.
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
The conferees agree that the National Guard and Reserve
equipment program shall be executed by the heads of the Guard
and Reserve components with priority consideration for miscella­
neous equipment appropriations given to the following items: Air
National Guard Threat Emitter, Handheld Standoff Mine Detection
System, Lightweight Maintenance Enclosure, Intelligence Infra­
structure, Improved Target Acquisition System, F-l6 Block 42 Re­
engining Program, RAID Helicopter Electro-Optical Sensor Up­
grade, Common Bridge Transporter, Extended Cold Weather Cloth­
ing System, F-l6 and A-lO LITENING AT Targeting Pod, M­
COFT XXI, Theater Airborne Reconnaissance System, Expandable
Light Air Mobility Shelters, Movement Tracking System, Laser
Marksmanship Training System, Bladefold Kits for Apache Heli­
copters, Engineer Mission Modules for PLS, Tactical Firefighting
Equipment, HMMWV, Up-Armored HMMWV, Construction Equip­
ment SLEP, ANIPV8-7, ANIPV8-l4, LITENING II, A-FIST XXI
Simulation Trainers, A-FIST, ABIFIST Simulation Trainers, F-l6
TARS/SAR, DFIRST, Abrams Sidecar, Sidecar Embedded Diag­
nostic Systems for MIAl tanks, Combined Support Function Mod­
ule Replacment Test Equipment for DSESTS (CSFM), Self-Loading
Trailer, M-l09A6 Paladin Rebuild, EST 2000, AF Reserve Com­
mand and Control Communications Systems Upgrade, JSTARs
NRE for procurement of Re-engining, and FMTV.
229

DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES

The conferees agree to provide $78,016,000 for the Defense

Production Act Purchases appropriation, $10,500,000 over the request.

EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVel ADJUSTMENTS


lIn thDU_ 01 dol....'

R!CIlI8IlHo.... 8tInalll
87,&18 870518 n,518 78.018
Flexible """,gel MBteriBl Supplier Inltlellve 13.0001 1,500
Rigid Rod POlymer MelMBls TeCMDlogy 10.000 7.000
Missile Defense Agency Battery lnltlstlve 2,000
230

TIlU: IV-RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In thousands of dollara'


Budget Houte 5enlte Conference

RECAPITULATION

Research, Developilent, Tilt and Evaluation, Ar.y 9,122,825 10,188,27~ 9,~13,048 10,363,94'

Research. DeveloplD8nt, Telt and Evaluation, Navy .. ,.,. 14.108.653 14,1Ml8,239 14,888,381 1S,146,383

Research, DevelOPilent, Test and Evaluation. Air Force. 20,336,258 20,704.287 20,088.290 20.500.984
Research, Develop..nt, Tnt and Evaluat1on,
Defen.e·-Wide , , .•....... , 17 .914,257 18.783.191 18,774,428 18.900.115

Operational Telt and £".lu8t1on, Defense ... 288.661 283.661 304.161 30fi,8fl1
-......-.... ............... ............ ......-..--­
GRAND TOTAL, . f51,826.654 64.614.230 83.084.908 88,217,884
231
JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)
The conferees agree to provide a total of $4,322,623,000 for
co;ntinued development and testing of the F-35, Joint Strike Fight­
er (JSF). This recommended level is $43,200,000 below the budget
request, $88,800,000 above the level recommended by the House,
and $60,000,000 below the level recommended by the Senate.
The conferees agree to a reduction of $54,000,000 for excessive
management support, as proposed by the House, a reduction of
$56,000,000 and an increase of $52,800,000, as proposed by the
Senate, based on the inappropriate application of inflation adjust­
ments, and an increase of $14,000,000 for risk reduction on the F­
136 interchangeable engine. The conference agreement to reverse
the decision of the JSF program office with respect to the applica­
tion of inflation adjustments, is based on the understanding that
the "across the board inflationary adjustment" was applied dis­
proportionately to the F-136 interchangeable engine development,
resulting in a $56,000,000 reduction to this development effort.. The
conference agreement redistributes this inflation adjustment to the
entire program and restores $52,800,000 to the engine development
program, as proposed by the Senate.
WITHHOLDING OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FuNDING
The conferees are concerned with the practice of withholding a
percentage of research and development funding from programs,
projects and activities. The conferees are also concerned that many
Department of Defense organizations are charging "taxes" on funds
that are appropriated to or pass through the control of the organi­
zation, and that the practices of withholding and "taxing" appro­
priated funds appears widespread throughout the research and de­
velopment community, including headquarters, laboratories, and
other research entities.
The conferees believe that the practice of altering the level of
appropriated funds via administrative ''withholds'' or the adminis­
tration of "taxes" without specific direction from the Congress, vio­
lates the intent of Congress.
The conferees, therefore, direct the Comptroller General to re­
view all of the research and development appropriation accounts,
at all levels, and submit a report to the House and Senate Commit­
tees on Appropriations, no later than March 1, 2004, that details
what fiscal year 2003 and 2004 programs, projects and activities
have been subject to administrative withholds and "taxes" and the
programs, pr.ojects and activities to which these amounts were ap­
plied.
232
RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION, ARMY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

the Senate is as follows:

(In thoUllndl of dOl1.re)


Budget HoUle senlte Conference

RESEARCH, DEYELOPPIENT. TEST a EVAL, ARl'Y

BASIC RESEARCH
[N·HQUSE lABORATORY INDEPEMDENT RESEARCH ...... 24.121 27,121 24.121 24.121

DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES ... 129,796 143.198 157,488 157,496

UNIVERSI'TY RESEARCH INITIATIVES.,. 71,642 70,142 76,042 85,972

UNIVERSI'TY ANO INOUSTlI'I RESEARCH CENTERS.•. 94,616 95,S16 100,142 100,942

FORCE HEALTll PROTECTION ...... ............. , S,947 15,347 12,647 16,647

DEFENSE EXPERINENTAL PIlDGRAN TO 5T1NULATE COIIPETlTlVE S,73O S,73D

HISTORICALLY 6LACK CQLLEGES AND UNIVERSITlES'HINORI'TY 14,083 14.083

~ .................. .. ............. .. ..... - .. - ....... ...............

TOTAL. SASIC RESEARCH. . .... ............ 343,037 375,537 370,S50 3S4,BllO

APPLIED RESEARCH
MTERIALS TECHNOLOGY .•• , ..• ,. . ...... ..... .. .. U , '8S 31,16S 41,186 41,286

SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC SURVIYAB] LITY . ... 22.78S 25,288 2S,76S 28,OUe

TRACTOR HlP .......................... ......... .. . . . 8,838 8,638 1,735 8,638

AVIATION TECHNOLOGY ••..•.. .............. 39,459 40,458 39,459 40,459

EN TECHNOLOGY ............ ...................... 17 ,029 17 ,029 17 .02S 17,029

NISSILE TECHNOLOGY. ,., .... , ........ .............. " ... 43,269 62,769 '00,565 94,68S

ADVAliCED NEAPOlIS TECHNOLOGY ... , . , . , , . 14,189 14,189 14,189 15,169

ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND SIMULATION .. 15.941 2' .941 29.941 31,441

con8AT VEHICLE A~D AUTot9QTJYE TECHNOLOGY eO.B1D 128.410 107.910 129,260

BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGy .......... ............ 53,478 66,478 56,478 59.078

CHENICAL, SIlOKE AliO EQUIPNENT DEFEATING TEC_LOGY. , •• 3,840 16,540 21,640 22.440

JOINT SERViCE SI1ALL ARnS PROGRNL. ............. , .... 8,838 5,638 8.838 6,635

WEAPONS AND NUNITIONS TECHHOLOGY •. ................... 3S,485 96,236 62,S65 n,765

ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEViCES •. .................. 33,894 74,OS4 58,394 79,334


233
(In thou,anCla of dol1.rs)
Budget Houle Senate Conference

NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY.....• , ...... 22.233 22.233 22,233 22,233

COUNTERHINE SYSTE..S•.•••• , •. , •.•••.•••••..•. 21.291 28.291 25.291 28.891

HUIIAH FACTORS ENGI NEERING TECHNOLOGY ••. , •• 18.749 26.249 18.749 24.899

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY ..... , ..... 18.252 24.252 26.852 31.882

COItltANO. CONTROL. COIlMUNICATlONS TECHNOLOGy., •.......• 18.728 18.728 18.728 18.728

COIlPUTER ANO SOFnlARE TECltOOLOGY ...................... .,'42 4,142 .,'42 4,142

MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOlOGY ....................... 45,407 80.907 ",407 83.307

MANPOWER ,PERSONNELI_INING TECHNOLOGY .•. 15,_ 15.548 15.548 15,548

WARFI GHTER TECHNOLOGY.... ............. 29.421 .4.421 38,421 50.971

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ..•..•. ....... , ......... , .... 58.877 186,177 101.317 188.727
. ... _.......... .. _----. __ .. ........ ---- .... . -_ .... ----­
TOTAL, APPLlEO RESEARCH. ................ 841.283 1,01".213 889.768 1,082.703

AIlVNlCEO TECHNOLOGY DfVeLOPIIEKT


WARFJOHTER ADVANCED TEOntOlOGY ..••.•••..•••. 83.882 81,382 87,882 81.882

MEOICAL ADVANCEO TECHNOLOGy •.••••.•.. 38.188 233.968 105.888 220.418

AVIATlll/j ADVNlCED TECHNOLOGY .•.••.•... 72.083 81,488 83.883 88.018

WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS AOVANCeD TECHNOLOGY ••. 47.762 65.762 41,752 54.402

COMBAT VEHICLE AHD AUTO"OTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ....• 210.868 248.366 262.856 274.QCl;

COIl"AND. COHTROL. COItHUNICATlONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY .. 10.379 11,829 10.379 11.478

MANPOWER. PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY .. 4,931 11.431 4.931 9.031

ELECTRONIC WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY (H). 40,347 45,347 60.347 69.847


TRACTOR HIKE ....... ........................... 8.781 8.781 8.781 7,781

NEXT GENERATION TllAINING & SIMULATION SYSTEMS. 18.8<19 12,849 28.8<19 15.848

TRACTOR ADSE .......................................... 2.872 2.872 1.B33 4.211

EXPLOSIVES DE"ILITARIZATlON TECHNOLOGy .••.•..•.•..••.. g.34g 9.349 28,748 25.14g

"I LIT AR'( HIV RESEARCH ••... .


. . ..... .. .. .. ....... 8,733 18.733 8.733 14.233

COMBATING TERR()RISIt. TECHNOLOGY DEVELDPIIENT ........... 4.818 8.g18 4.g18 8.718

GLOBAL SURVElLWlCE/AIR DEFENSE/PRECISION STRIKE TECH" 12.680 12.860 12.680 12.680


234
(In thou.lnds at dollers)
Budget House Senate Conference

EW TECHNOLOGY. ..................... , .... . . ..... . 11.273 22.573 13,273 25,873

NISSILE AND ROCKE7 ADVANCED TE~NOLOGY ..•. 111,321 10',321 138,80e 122,821

TRACTOR CAGE. , •........... , .•.... 7,592 7.592 7,592 7,592

LAHD"-lNE WARFARE AND BARRIER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY . . 24,552 20,552 32.'52 30,052

JOINT SERVICE SttALL ARftS PROGRM ....... ' .....••. ... 6,193 " ,193 8,193 9.893

LINE~OF-SIOHT TECHNOL.OGY OEI"iOHSTRATlON .. 8,U7 5,847 8,80'7 8.847

NIGHT VISION A!lIlANCED TECHNOLOGY .••.... , . 07,098 99,09& SO,D9& 85,138

ENIIIRONNENTAL QUALITY TECHlIOLOGY OEltONSTRATIONS •. 15,778 2'.278 Ul,l1B 20,728

NILITARY ENGINEERING A!lVANCEll TECHNOlOGY ..••.. , •••.... 3,«1 5.'" 13,521 13.271

ADVANCED TACTICAL COHPUTER SCIENCE & SENSOR TECHNOLOGV 20,255 28,255 2',255 25,055

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

TOTAL, ADIIANCED TECHNOlOGY DEVELOPNENT .•..•..••.••.. 8D5,89l1 1,108,031 1,050.295 1,220,250

DE~STRATION &. VALIDATION


ARNY NISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEI\S INTEGRATIONINON SPACE)", 51.G.7 78,547 103,547 109.2&7

ARHV NISSILE DEFENSE SYSTENS INTEGRATION (SPACE) .....• 9,832 12,832 00.732 35,932

AIR AND NISSILE OEFENSE SYSTENS ENGINEERING ...•.•...•• 79.959 99,959 121.050 122,959

lANtlNINE WARFARE AND 9ARRIER • ADV DEV .......... " .... 36,97& 36,976 38,976 38,976

SftOI(E, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS-ADV DElI .•.•. '0,262 10.262 10.262 10,282

TANK AND NEDIUH CALI9ER ANNUNITION ••..•.•..•..•...•... 11,249 24.749 21,249 26.:WO

ADVANCED TANK ARIIANENT SYSTEN (ATAS) .. 81,377 81,377 81,377 61.317

SOLDIER SUPPORT AND SURVIIIABILITY ••.••.... , •••••..... , 13.987 13,987 13.987 13.997

TACTICAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEN • ADV DEV, ... 17 .068 17 ,OBB 17,068 17.068

NIGHT VISION SYSTE"S AOVAHCEO OEVELOP"ENT .. ...•....... 5,283 6.283 5,2&3 7,083

ENVIAONKENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGV, ... .. , .. , ............ 11,51. 39.51 • 2.2,0'. .0.884

WARFIGIfTER INFOR....TIQN NETWORK· TACTICAL .•... 90,77' 82,311 82,311 62.311

NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELDPNENT, •• , •••••..•... ..ne 2.779 ',779 2.779

AVIATION • ADV DEli ......................... , .......... 9.968 13.968 1',968 14,.8S

WEAPONS AND NUNITIONS • ADV DEV ....................... 31,855 31.856 31,858 31.856

LOCISTICS ...0 ENGINEER EQUIPNENT • AO\I DEV .• , .... , •••• 12 ,008 9.308 19,508 13.008

CONBAT SERIIICE SUPPORT CONTROL SVSTEM EVAlUATION ..•• 8.882 8.862 8.882 8,882

NEDICAL SYSTEMS • ADV OEV ....... .................... 11,0042 11,0.2 18.04.2 13,8'2
235
(In thounnds of dolllrl)
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INTEGRATED BRllADCAST SERVICE (JMIPfDISTP) ...•..•. 2.097 2.097 2.097 2.097

SCA/tP BLOCK II. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. • .. .. ..... 2B.02B 2B.D28 28,02B 28.028

MEOIUM EXTENDEO AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM (MEADS) CONCEPTS •. 278.259 278.259 252.259

TOTAL. DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION .•.....•••••..•••.• 784.347 B59.684 661.825 931,16-4

ENGINEERING & MNUFACTURING OevELOPMENT


AIRCRAFT AVIONICS.. .. .. 84.8!lO 47.850 59.850 47.eea
CQtIANCHE .. . , 1.079.2S7 1.079.257 1.0'79,257 1.079.257

EW DEVELDP"ENT . ...........•.......... , . 33,214 33.214 33.214 33,214

JOINT TACTICAL RADIO , . 134,893 134.893 134,693 134.693

AL.L. SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTE" ..... 20.18B 20,'88 20.168 20,168

TRACTOR CAGE .• , . 16,21" 16.215 18.215

COMMON MISSILE. 183,790 18S,790 107 I no 1M .690

INFANTRV SUPPORT WI:APOHS •• 21.837 21.837 :31.837 28.837

MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES •.. 4.388 4,368 4,3Cl8 4.388

SMOKE. OBSCURNlT ANIl TARGET OEFEATING SYS·SDD .. 12.094 12.094 12.094

JAVELIN . ........•.......•........••...... , ..... 988 956 9S6 986

FAtULY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHIClES ... , ..•...•........ 9.200 17 ,200 17,500 17 ,050

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL.............. 2,514 2,S14 2,1514 2.614

LIGHT TACTICAL IfIEELEO VEHiCLES............. 15.700 20.700 IS. 700 18.200

AANOREO SYSTEMS NODERNIZATIOH (ASM)-SOD..... 1.701.331 1,701.331 1.701.331 1.701.331

NIGHT VISIOH SYSTENS - SOD.................. 29.022 35.022 30,822 35.222

CO"BAT FEEOING, CLOTltING. AND EQUiPMENT.... 87.283 12S.783 100,000 100.000

NON-SYSTEM TRAINING DEVICES· SIlO .... 71.8'8 71,818 71.818 71.818

TERRAIN INFORMATION SOD.. 8,917 8.917 8,917 8.917

INTEGAATED METEOROLOOICAL SUPPORT SYSTElL...... 3,309 3,309 3.309 3.309

AIR DEFENSE COMAND, CONTROL ANO INTELLIGENCE - SOD... 29,297 29.297 29.297 29,297

CONSTRUCTIVE SlftULATION SYSTEftS DEVELOP"EHT.. 16,994 18,904 16.094 18,904

AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIP"ENT DEVELOP"ENT............... ..534 7,634 10,834 11.43.

DISTRI8UTlVE INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS (DIS) SOD...... 28.J58 28.358 28,358 26.088


236
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TACTICAL SURVEILLANCE sYSTEHs • SOD. '8.685 26.685 25.885 26.295

ARI<Y TACTICAL HlssILE SVsTE" (ATACIIS). 55.075 2.000 4,000 '0.000

JOINT SURVEILLANCE/TARGET AnACK RADAR SVSTE". 4.705 4,705 4.705 4.705

POSITIONING SVSTEHS OEYELOPItENT (SPACE) ....•. 1.574 1.674 , 1~74 , .574

COIlSINEO ARIIS TACTICAL TRAINER (CAn) CORE. 3,896 3.886 3,896 3,988

JOINT NEl10DRK IIANAGE"ENT SVSlE" ••.••••. 8.437 8.437 8.437 8,437

AVIATION. SOC ................ 2.371 2.378 3,379 3.379

WEAPONS AND HUNITIONs • SOD .. 128.408 146.808 153,408 160.858

LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIP"ENT • SOD .. 66,286 82.286 86,268 88,388

COIt"ANO. CONTROL. COIl"UNICATIONs sYSTE"s • 500. 218.088 229.088 218.086 218.086

"EOICAL IIATERIEL/"EDICAL 8IOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIP"ENT 12.202 24,702 16,202 22,852

LAND"] NE WARFAREI BARRIER ~ SOD .... ..•... 80.386 98.386 80.3" 87.188

ARTILLERY HUNITIONS.................... 133.884 123.894 '33.994 123.884

CO_T 10ENTIFICATION .... 3,541 11.541 15,541 ,S.iM'


AAJf( TACTICAL CON"ANO & CONTROL HARDWARE 8 SOFTWARE .. 86.129 104.129 88.128 102.229

LOSAT ................. . .............. 30.808 30.608 30.808 30,808

FI REFI NOER ••. 27,107 27.107 27.107 21,107

ARTILLERY SYSTE"S .. ... .................. 32.629 32,629 32.828 32.829

PATRIOT pAC~3 THEATER I!ISSILE DEFENSE ACDUISntON. 174,47S 174.475 158,475

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELllPIlENT ........ 47.586 52.588 92.566 83.686

........ - .... ~., ..... - -- ... .... _--_._-- -_ ... __ ......


TOTAL. ENGINEERING & "ANUFACTURING OEYELOPHENT .. 4,737 r 771 4,802,Ht6 4,551,738 4,714,763

ROT&E IWIAGE"ENT SUPPORT


THREAT SI"ULATOR OEVELOP"EIIT •.•.•.•..•. 17.7" 17,751 21,251 20.251

1 ANGET MTE"S OEVELOP"ENl ... 13.880 13.890 13.890 13.890

"AJOR T&E IN'lESTHEHT. 62.135 62.135 82,135 62.135

RAND ARROYO CENTER. 22.llOo4 22.804 22,804 22.804

ARIIY KWAJALEIN ATOLL". .. . ..., . ..... 137,307 137,307 141,307 140.407

CONCEPTS EXPERI"ENTATION PROGRAH ..•.• , •.. , , , . 26,473 26,473 33,473 31,723

ARffY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES ..... ........ , 174,603 174,803 18S,203 185,203

ARHY TECHNICAL TEST INSTRUMENTATION ANO TARGETS .. 54,988 58.986 57.988 158,786
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SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY AH~LYSIS ..........•.. 39.138 39,139 45,138 42,338

000 HIOH ENEROY lASER TEST FACILITY .... 17.808 1'7.808 19.306 18,906

AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION .•.......... .................... 3.098 3,098 3.098 3.098

"ETECROlOGICAL SUPPORT TO ROTIE. ACTIVITIES ..........•. 9,8G9 9.869 9,669 9.8G9

MTERIEL SYSTEltS ~NALYSIS ............................. 18,832 15.632 15.832 15.632

EXPLOIT~TION OF FOREiGN ITENS ..................... 3.879 3.879 3.579 3.879

SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAl. TESTING .•.•••.•.••.. 67,798 67.795 87,798 67,795

~RtlY EV~LU~TION CENTER ...................... 67,074 47,074 47.074 .7.07.

SINULATION & NDllELINO FOR ACO, RaTS, I THO (SftART) .... 2.6~ 2,6~ 2.6~ 2.6~

PROGAAIlWIOE ACTIVITIES ............................... 7' .855 85.055 71.565 65,055

TECHNIC~L INFORMTION M:TIVITIES •..•••.•••••.. , •.••••. 28.620 43.620 28.520 43.620

NUNITIONS STAHO~ROIZ~TION. EFFECTIVENESS AHO SAFETY .•. 19.855 43.355 29.855 41,105

ENVIRONNENT~L Ql/~LITY TEOINOLOGY NGNT SUPPORT .•.••••.. 4.938 4.936 4.938 ..838

N_GENENT H~OQU~RTERS (RESEAROl AHO OEVELOPNENT) ..•. 8,995 12.495 8.995 11.995
--_ ......... .... .......... .............. -- .. - .......

TOT~L, ROTIE MN~GENENT SUPPORT. ................ 1MI0.4S7 688.967 896.057 912.767

OPERATION~L SYSTEltS oEVELOPNENT


NLRS PRODUCT 1I11'RD\IENENT PROGRAII ...... 64,839 84.839 84,839 84.839

~EROST~T JOINT PROJECT OFFICE ....... ............ , 57.549 80.549 57,~9 59,0''''

DONESTIC PREP~REONESS AGAINST WEAPONS OF NASS OEST1IUCT 4.600 2.000 4,000

~OV FIELD ~ILLERY T~CTI~L MT~ SYSTEN. 28.917 28.917 28,917 28.917

C0/I8~T VEHICLE INPROIIENEIIT PROGRAHS .••..•. 24,488 28,488 31,466 31.686

N~NElNER CONTROL SYSTEN. ........................ 39,581 39.581 45,581 39,681

~IRCRAFT NODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT INPRD\IENENT PROGRAHS .. 187.959 269.959 279,959 277 .759

~IRCRAFT ENGINE CONPONENT INPROVENEIIT PROGRAN. 3.399 10,399 8,399 5.399

DIGI7IZATION ................. .............. 18.251 18.251 18,2S1 18.2S1

FORCE XXI BATTLE COIlNAND. 9RIGADE AHO 8ELa./ (FBC82) •.• 48.436 48.436 48 .436 48 1 436

KISSILE/AIR DEFeNSE PRDOUCT II"IPROVE"ENT PROGRA~ •. 44."'68 44.488 4l!l,Ql!l8 4e,588

OTHER "ISSIlE PRODUCT IftPROVE"ENT PROGRAI'IS .... ,. 9.822 9.822 9.922 9,822

TRACTOR RUT ..... , ........ 8,851 8,851 8.651 8,851

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TRACTOfl CARD ............•......•..•........••.•....••. 9,255 9,255 9,255 9,255

JOINT TACTICAL CO~~UNlCATlDHS PROORA" (TRI·TAC) ....... 18,543 15,543 16,543 16,543

JDINT TACTICAL GROUND SYSTE~ •..... ,., ... ... " ......... 9,767 9,767 9,767 9,757

SPECIAL ARtlY PROORAIL ............. , , , ...... , ......•... 5,966 6,966 11,266 21."68

SECURITY AND I"TELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES ..... ....... , .... 14,&00 10.500 16,050

INFOIUlATION SYSTa.S SECURITY PROGRAtt .. .............. 20,726 20,728 13,728 20,128

GLOBAL co"eAT SUPPOflT SYSTE~ ........ 56,983 1llI,483 48,983 55,833

....TCDH GRDUND ENVlROM~ENT (SPACE). ................ 87.352 87.352 87,352 a7.352

_ces /GLD6AL CO"~AHD AND CDNTROL SYSTE" ....••. 2D,124 17, '24 20,12' n .124

TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROAClt AND LANDING SYSTE" .•. 958 956 966 956

TACTICAL UNMNHED AERIAL VEHICLES. ............. 8D,493 61,493 75,493 69,393

AIRBORNE RECOHttAISSAHCE SYSTE"S, ... ,.,., .. 4 ,7S1 4,761 4,7'51 4,751

DISTRI8UTED CD~IlON GROUND SYSTE"S ... ..... 32,292 40,792 32,292 37,792

END ITE" INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES .• 95,991 64;961 90,191 99,731

NATO JOINT STARS ................................. 603 603 503 sD3

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


TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTE"S OEYELOP"ENT . .... 950,254 , ,101.254 1.092.754 , ,117,404

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


TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVEUlP~ENT , TEST & £VAL, AIl"Y .... 9,122,925 10,'88,272 9,513,048 10,363,9.'
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lin lI1auundo of doll...]
Budgll
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1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 24,121 21,121 24,121 24,121
Coal-Based Jel Fuel +3,000 0

DEFENSE RESEARCH SClI!NCES 128,188 143,1118 151."'1 151,4.1


POlIJIlu.lly Assail.bI••nd secure Infonnation Syst.ms +10.000 +2,000 +6.100
R••••rch. TllIlnlng .nd EdueatJon (PASIS)
Ro.e.rch Cont.r lor Advlncad D.pIDyabll N.no-Sonsors +2,000 +1.200
(Note: only to conUnue support for 8 Re&e8J'Ch Center for
Adv.nced Deployable N.n<>-S.n..... to cIoVSlop target
recognition end identtflCBtlon n8no"Hn~"" capabilities.)
Buff.,o Conter of Excellonce in Blolnfo""etIcs +2,400 +1.200
Knowledge Management Fusion 0 (2,0001 +1,000
Desert Terrain Anatyeia for Enhancing Mlhery Operations +4,000 "3,000
Terrain Atmosphere InterecUons +2,200 +1.500
Biofilma-Tenol'ilt Agents in Drinking Water +3,000 +2,100
Nano-Materials Research +1.000 +1.000
Optlcel Technologl•• R.oe.rch +5.000 +3,500
Advanced Researcl1 and Technology +4,500 +3,100
Altemalive Energy Research +1,000 +1.000
Adv.nced Carbon Nenotechnology f'loglllm +4.000 +3.000
Neno·Photonle Syatem. Febricolion +2,000 +1.000

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH 'NlnATlVES 11.142 10.142 16.042 15,812


Reduce prngr.mmld growth .1,000 .1,000
Labollltory for Engineered Hum.n Prul8clion (LEHP) +3,500 +2,100
Desert Environmental Research (Note: only to complete +2,000 +1,100
1ll. ongoing Univ.r8lty-baoed GIS prnglllm)
InslillJte for Entrepreneurial Excellenc. Technology +1,530
TllIn.f.r Project (Note: tranllferred from ROTE.OW line 3)
lnsutule of Bioengineering end Nanoacience In AdYBnced +2.500
Medicine (Not.: t"lnllferred from ROTE ,OW line 3)
Anti-corrosion stLxties (Note: uanllerred from RDTE,DW ~1.000
line 3)
MEMS S.noar for Rolling Element Bea~ngl (Not.: +1,400
transferred from ROTE,OW line 3)
Center for Geosclencetl (Not.: tr.nllfemsd from ROTE,OW +1,500
line 3)
Delen•• Commarclellzalion Rese.rch InitleUve (Note: +5,000
lranllened from ROTE.OW line 3)
EIBC1ronlc Engineering Technology PrngllIITI (Nole: +1,000
transferred from ROTE,DW line 3)
Nellonal S.curity Tr.inlng (Note: IllInstemsd from +1.000
ROTE.DW lin. 3)
Bioinfonnalica Research (Note: Only for the Buffalo New +2,400 +1.200
York BiolnformatJcs Program)
Low TemperatLn ReNard'! +2.000 +1.400
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4 UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS ....8IB 85,81B 100.1.2 l00,M:!
center for Fenoetectrlca Electronic PhOtonlc Nenodevk::es +3,000 +3,000 +3,000
Data AnalYl'ls & Convorsion +2.000 +1,000
Army Centet!lo of ExceUence +2,100 +1,500
Institute for CreaUve Technologies +2.000 +1,400
Eye Bnd sensor Protection Against Laser Source +2,000 +1,000
N.ootubes OptImized lor Lightweight Exceplionol S1rength 0 0 +500
Rapidly Deployabl. Vis.olizotion "" Training & Simulation +1.000 +1,000
Small TraUer Carrolion Prevention Program +500 +500
D.nd,iUc Nano1echnology R._"'" (hIote: banslerred 10 +3,000 0
line 34)
UniYef811y Based AuIomoUva R...."'" +3.000 +2,100
TACDM AuIomotlve R.search C.nter Unlv... i1y Rosea"'" +4.000 +3.000
Compooite Mot.rial! R...."'" +826 +B26

FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION .....7 lB.MT 12....7 18....7


MEMS for Def.n.. Applications and Nenotechnology +5.500 ",700
Gulf War Illness Research +3,000 +2.'00

DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM TO STlMULATl! .,T3O 8,730 0


COMPETITIVE RESEARCH
Tranal.. 10 RDTE,DW line 7 ·9,730 ·8.730

HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITlESI 14.083 14,083


MINORITY INSTITUTlONS
Translar to ROTE.DW line' 0 ·'.,083 .14,083

MATER~STECHNOLOGY 'B,188 3'.188 41,181i .',2B8


Adveneed Material Processing tor Future Combol 5Y1'tems +5,000 +7.000 +B,OOO
Future Affordable MU~;'UUlily (FAMU) Maleri.1I for 1he +3,000 +5,000 +4,300
Army Future Comb.' Syslems
PrecI.ion PoRshlng 01 Lorge OpUcs (Note: Only for the ",OlIO +3,400
canunued devalopment of MRF .nd RAP IInlshing oIl.rge
optics )
TItanium PO'Nljer Alloy ProduCUon (Nola: Only to enhance +2,000 +1,700
domestic capacity to prodUce Inexpensive, hlgt\.qulltlty
Ulanium powder for military use)
Ballistic Shields +',000 +',000
Molecular Design 01 Polymer Nanocompoaltes +'.000 +1,000
Cenler for InnovetIYe Melenel for Infr88WCtUre security 0 0 +1,000
Material! Joining lor Nrrry Weapone Systems +3,000 +',800
Composite Mot_ Technology for Future Combat +4.000 +2,000
LoW Cost Enebllng Technologies +2.000 +',400
Ad\Ienced Materials for Mine Detection and Blest Mitigation +5,000 +2,500
241
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9 SENSORS ANO ELECTRONIC SURVIVABILITY 22,765 25,265 25,785 26,065
DiSposable Ben80m 10' BellIBflaid end Urbsn Worltlre +2,500 +1,200
Portabla Chemical·Biological Agant Det.ction Syttem +3,000 +2,100

10 TRACTOR HIP 8,835 "'35 1,735 6,836


C1essiflOd progrom -4,100 0

11 AVIATION TECHNOLOGY 3t,CIt CO,c5t 31,41t CO,CIt


Advsncod COntrol T.chnology +1,000 +1,000

13 MISSILE TECHNOLOGY 013,269 82,761 100,565 14,661


Hypersonic technology reduce progrommod growth -5,500 -1,904 -3,500
Multipl. COmponent Army Flight Tast +3,000 +2,500 +2,600
LCGNU Technology Development +2,000 +1,000
MARIAH II Hypersonic Wind Tunnat Development Program +6,000 +18,000 +12,000
MEMS Technology DlMlIopment Acceleration +10,000 +6,500
leilia EnalllY NlI1Ional ShOCk Tunnal (LENS) l3,ooo} +500
Unmanned Systems Initiative (USI) .ttha Avidon end +4,000 +10,000 +8,200
Mi.sil. R....'ch DlMlIopmenl and Engineering Cente,
(AMRDEC)
Red Rain +4,000 +3,400
E·5TRIKE Short Rang. Rader +6,000 +3,000
Maneuver Air Defense +6,500 +4,600
Hypersonic Army Missile Technology +14,200 +'0,000

14 ADVANCED~ONSTECHNOlOGY 14,181 14,181 14,161 16,181


Rapid Talll.t Acquisition & Trocklng System +1,000

15 ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND SIMULATION 15,IMI 21,141 2I,IMI 31,441


CombB1 Trauma Pallanl SlmulaID, (CTPS) +6,000 "'4.000
On-Line COnl.r8ct Data Management 0 0 +1,200
Joint Unmanned Systems & Research Center +4,000 +2,800
PholDnlcs Rsaoarch +5,000 +5,000
Instituta for Creative Tachnologlas +5,000 +2,lj00

16 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 80,910 128,410 107,110 121,260


Advanood COatings R..aan:l1 ID Extend the 5eMca Lila 01 +1,000 +',000
Vehicle8lEquipment
Advanced EJectJic Drive +1,000 +2,000 +1,200
Advsnced Manutac1u", 01 Lig_ght Matorialo (AMLM) +500 +500
Army Truck Dlagno.tlc Sy.tom +2,000 +',700
Au,agen Vehicla Intllg18ted Primary Electrtcal Reaourt:e +5,000 +3,500
(VIPER)
Ballistic MiasJf. Technology +6,000 +3,600
CALSTART Del""a. Advanced Trona (Nola: only to +6,000 +5.'00
davalop du.I......dvsnood tranaporlBtion lllchnologlBB
ben.filling both tho oommarclal and mililary sactDm)
Combat Vallielo Mobility Syst.m +8.000 +4,100
Fu.1 Effici""t Technology +2.000 +1,000
FU91 Preparator +2,500 +1,750
Full Spoctnlm Active Protection Ci<lafHn layered Shield +8,000 +7,000 +7,500
(FClAS) (Note: only to support the Anny'. FCS
survlvsbllity atlorIB)
Future Tactical Truck Systam (FlTS) COmpanion T",IIo' +2,000 +'.700
Systam(.)
Hydrogen PEM Ambient Preasure Fuel Call Demonalratlon +5,000 +2.500
Hydrogan PEM Fual Cell Haavy Duty (Note: only to +4,000 +3,400
oontinualha.;Bling program)
Military WneeJed Vehlcla Eloctronic Archlladure Intog"'tlon "'2,000 +1,700
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Reduce programmed growth
Budg.t
RoquHt
_..
·7,500
Senot. Con",.nee
·7,5Q0
Soldier Mobility Program-M-Getor Improvements +1,000 +1,000
SmarTnJCk +5,000 +4,300
Soldier Mobility Program +1,000 +1,000
Hybl1d HMMWV TeehnolOgy Insertion Program +1,000 +1,000
Unmanned Vehicle Conbol Technologies +2,500 +1,700
AdvlUlClld Energy end Menul8ctlJring Technology +3,000 +2,100
Rapid Poololyping Teclv1ologie. +2,000 +1,400
Advanced Coating. R....rch +1,500 +1,100
Moldlte +1,000 +1,000
Oigltel Humens and Virtual Raailly +1,000 +1,000

17 BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY 53,478 1Ml,471 11,471 511,071


StruetlJral Relleblllty of Electn>nlc Components "" +3,000 +1,500
Munilions end L1gh_ght Siructu....
Alloy Tungaton AImor Pler<:lng AmmunlUOn (NOI8: +2,100
transfemd from 1M 20)
Advanced LFT CompoBltes for lightweight Weapons +1,000 +1,000
Systems
Structural Reliability of Electronic Component. "" +1,000 +1.000
Munitions

11 CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND EQUIPMENT OEfEAnNG 3,540 15,540 21,540 22,440


TECHNOLOGY
US A1my IlJotechnology Center +1,500 +1,300
Asymmelrle Threat Countenne••"'" Solution. Suite +3,500 +2,100
Systems for sempllng .nd Detecting Bloe8lO101. +3,000 +5,000 +04,000
Me'allic P8lticle. in Defense Applications (MPDA) +04,000 +3,000
Obscurant Sn-okes
VeporiZed Hydrogen Peroldde Technology fo' +8,000 +5,000
Decontamination
Deep DIgger +5,000 +3,500

20 WEAPONS AND MUNIT10NS TECHNOLOGY 3&,488 88,238 82,88' 77,718


Alloy Tungsten (LA·T) Armor PieIcIng Ammunition (Note: +4250 0
transferred to line 17)
Applied Resear<:h Integration +3,000 +2,100
Armaments Informatton Assurance +5,!50D +3,800
Nmy Welding Technology Oevalopmen\ Initiative +8,000 +4,200
Generation 2 Warheed Development +3,000 +2,100
Graen A1memenIB Technology +7,000 +04,900
Homeland Defense Technotogies +04,000 +2,800
Range Sele +4,500 +7,000 +3,500
Seemle.. Date to Dlepiey +2,000 .1,400
Single Cryllal Tungsten Alloy _etrator +3,000 +1,500
Smert Coetings +5,5Q0 +I,5QO +3,800
Aoouellc Counter Battery Sye'''' (ACBS) +3,000 "'2.550
ActYanced Materlale and Processes tor Non-Munttion +3,000 +850
A1mement SltucIu.... Program
Tandem Explosively Formed PenelnItDr Warhead Syatem +2,000 .1,000
T11anlum ElCtrec:tlon Mining and Proco.. Englnear1ng +2,000 t1.4OO
MACS High ZOne Devolopment +3,000 +2,100
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21 El£CTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES 33.~ 74,094 56,384 79,334
Center for Advonced F""I Coil Toc:hnology (UNO) +3,000 +3,000
1.5V Cylindrical Coll·MotIII OXIde Cothode +2,000 +1.700
Advanced Liquid Silicon Rochergeable Battery +3,000 +1.500
Cynndr1cal ZInc AIr Battory lor Objecli.o Foree Soldier +5.000 +2.500
1.11010 and Mlnlatura Fuel CoHo (Note: only lor fuel caliA +2,400 +1,440
unoor consijeration for use in indlvtdual power packa for
Infantry ""Idlers hlcilltadng Land Warrior goals such IlII rifle.
mounted laser, vtdeo and tI'lermal sight" helmetoomounled
vldeo dllQl&ys, and C31 systems tor the lndMduai soldiM)
Advanced Power +4.000 +3,400
Roehargeabla CylindrtC81 Cen Syslem-utIllum IonINicl<el +',000 +2,000 +1,500
Motel Hydrilde
Dry Polymer E_,yle DevelOpmenl fer SOle Soldier +4,000 +3,400
P~
Enhanced WiI1lIeso Digital CommunlcallDns fer tile Atmy'A +5,000 +5,000
Urban Fnt Responder
E·Beam Reticle and Uthography Inspe<llon (NOlo: only 10 +4,000 +2,000
develop s prototype EIeclron Seem Re1icle and

_Ie
LtthogrBPhy Inspection 1001.)
Heal Adu8ted Ccolofa lor Pertable Military Applicallono +2,000 +1,000
Reforming on the Bottlefield +2,000 +1,400
FleXIble Polymer Mullllamlne1e Packaging 0 0 +1.000
FleXIble Display InlliaUvo (FOil: High Psrlormanca +1,500 "6,000 +4,000
Djspleys lor Mldtary Applications
Soldier F""I Coli System +1,500 +1,100
Vehicle Battery HoalIl1 Monltcring Systam (Note: moved +1,400
"""' Iin037)
EleettDnlcs and ElectronIc DelJlces "6,000 +4,200
Enhanced WinlIeaa Digital Communications +2,000 +1.400
1.5. A1k,,"ne CyIlndr\ceI Coll-Melol 0XId0 Cathode +1,700 +1,200
Tranacrklcal CO2 environmental Control Unit +5,000 +3,500

23 COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS 21,291 28,291 25,291 28,891


AoolJ8t1c Technology lor Landmlne DetacUon +3.000 +1,100
Polymer Basod Landmlne Detection +4,000 +1,400
AAHIS Overiand Counter-Mine +2,000 +'.700
Small SAR Buried Mine D _ n +2.000 +1,400

24 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINI!ERING TECHNOLOGY 1t,74' 28,249 18,748 24.8"


Human Systems Inlegrallon (MANPRINT) +3.500 +2,450
Omnl·Oiractionel TraodmlU Upgrade +6.000 +5,500

25 ENVlRONMEfolTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOBY 18,252 24,252 25,852 3',852


Army Enlo1ronmental SoIutJono Program (NIota: only 10 +5,000 0
continue the current program 01 addressing envtrol1l7lental
and renewsbkl energy requlrerneru associ8ted wIh
military operations. Moved 10 line 69 ROTE,A)
Surfece FinIShing SuolainalliUty +1,000 +1,000
Army UXO R........ end De'lOlopment 0 0 +5,000
BioICl1omlcal MaterialS En. ModoIIng +'.000 +',000
Hawthomo Army Depol Upgradao "6,600 +8,600
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2. MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 41,407 50,107 ",407 53,307
_need Power .nd EneIlIY Program (APEP) +',000 +1,000
000 Stationery Fuel Cell Incentive Program +3,000 +',500
Shutlle Rader Topogl8phy Mission O.ta EVIlI +',500 +1,000
Geosciences Technology R...lIICh +3,000 +',800
UnivllIlllIy P.rtI1ering lor Opel81lonal SUpport +3.000 +2,600

30 WARAGHTER TECHNOLOGY 21,421 44,421 38"21 50,971


Advanced Antimicrobial Technology +2,000 +1,000
Joint PreCt8K)n Aerial t>e''MJry S)'8\8m "'3,500 +2.450
Sheller ExtensiOn for Future Combat Vehicle +1,500 +1,000
Che....BIo Protactlon Toehnology +4,000 +2,000
Chemcal Biological Command. N.Uel< SoIdi.r Center +1,000 +1.000
(Nole: only for 'unt and shBller In&Utation teehnokJgy
enh.ncement lor high elrlClancyllow Iogi.tica footprint for
application In lhe Fuwre CombaISyolam,)
Soldier Syat.~ Cenlel +3,000 +2,100
MERWS Compi>slte Field Medical Focftlly ProtoIype­ +5.100
N.UCk (Note: tranefemld lnlm line 183)
NBC Integraled Protecllon Mambrane-Sh.ttera +4.000 +3,400
Chem-.Bio Reactive N8ftOpl1rt1de Mateltehl +5,000 +3,500

31 MEDICAl. TECHNOLOGY 51,877 '''.177 101,377 ,..;727


AdVllnced Surgical Nav;g.too +3.000 +1.800
Biomedlc.1 Engineer1ng Technology 8 _need Mat.ri.ls +1.000 +1,000
Cen18rlor Mllilaly Biom.ta~.lo R....ren (CeMBR) +3,000 "'1,600
Chiloo.n Contn>l OraOllng +.,000 +3.000 +3,000
Min6m8Jty Invaltve Surgery Program for Ohio 0 0 +1.400
Ctotllng and Wound Healing Accel.ronto lor lIlo Trootmont +2.000 0
of Traumatic Combat Injuries
CompUl81lon Ptoleomlco +3,000 +3,000 +3.000
Center for Advanced Surgical and lnt&rwentional +2,500 +2,100
T.chnology
Oiognootico In T.... motic 8raln Injuly..alood Boa6d +2,000 +'.000
Elgan Gene OOllValy Technology +2,000 +1,000
Emergoncy Hypolhermla +2,800 +2,300
Enhanced Research In Traum. Provontion, Treatment ond +3,000 +1,500
RahollIIl18tion
Genotic R....~mon\ by Mismatched Repalr-E_ +1,000 +1.000
Awte Biowano.. Thorapy Program
Improving Soldior Perform.nce +4,000 +2,400
Joint otebetee Project (Note: for Typo I Ol.botesln +5,000 +4,250
children.)
Medlcol A"'" Networi< lor VIrtlJO, Technologlos (MANVT) +7,000 +5.900
Molocul.r Gonatlcs .nd Muswloskololal R..oarch +10.000 +8,500
Progrom (Nota: only to continuo tha currant progrern.)
MonodOnal Humen ,A,nti-An\hrax To",n A,nUbod\es +3,000 ~1,500

O.velopmen1
N.nofab_18d B10artlflClal Kldnsy +4,000 +2,400
Non·l_ Mediool_", +1,000 01.500
Novel GrD'Mh FoctIlr OOIIvety Technology +2.000 +1,000
Portallio Rapkl-Rooponso Bio-Protactllr (PRRBP) +1.000 0
ProIhOO1lc O.vtco TechnolOQy Enn.ncoment and Clinlcol +3,000 +2,500
Evaluation at Weller Reed Amputee Center
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R·' R!C!Uftt Hou.. Senile Conference
Proton Beam Therapy (Note: onty to corrllnue 8 civfli8A-o +15,000 ... 10.000
military coIt8bomtive prqton beam thel'8P'1 initiative on the
E.st eoBOI of tile Unltod Slales in conjunction with W.ller
Reed /limy Medical C4lnter 10 provld. otIte-<Jl-tho-.rt
rod"llon 110_ with _ aida _ and tl1e
posolbDlty 01 recurront rodl.Uon 1nlotmenl for numerous
forms 01 cancer to lnclude: lung, prostate. head and ned<.
concor In adults .nd brIlln t1111101'8 end othe' kinds 01
tumoro In chlldnln as ""II as eunlcel ond non·cllnical
",...rch.)
Rapid Olognoolo of Unl<nown Biologicol Palhogens +1.000 0
Remote AcoueUc Hemcmasm +5.000 +3.500
SI••p O.prl••tlon R"""""'" e' Weller Reed Army Medical +'.500 +',500
center
The SOlelie' Wound H..llng Proj.'" +2.500 +2.100
Synchtontron-Bued Scanning Ros.. rch (Note: +1s.ooo +12,750
59,000.000 only 10 oonln•• the oynchrolron-be. .d
technology en_Io, ocenning of brooot and IIlIlll
cancer p.IItktnte .and dlagnotic dewdoprnent to I'NIxlmlze
IyI1chrollOn-t>ased PRlIOn Ihllllll'Y: $2.000.000 for ma"
ceaueny mcldant CBnlBr dernono1nlllon: and $' ,750,000 for
oonllnUlld e>penoiQn In ll\8 "",na of proton IBlomedIcIne,)
Olgilallmoglng and C _ t l o n Equipment 0 0 +'.000
Mol8h.IIIIl.nd DIabetes R.......IIW....... Program 0 0 +',000
T.... Training and Technology for Traum. end Tenorism +".000 +",000
(TS)
T,ss.e Engl_nng end Wound Healing RoSOBn:h 0 0 +"000
S.hevlOlllI Gsnom!cs 0 0 +2,000
Tergeted Neno-Therapeutic for Advanced. Bront end 0 0 +1.000
Pro_cancer
H.rnoglobin Blood Oxygsn Corrior 0 0 +',000
Medicol VeogUlnl for Deb.tes Monogoment 0 0 +UOO
TIISU. Replecomenl and RepeIr to, S_sld Injuries +••000 +3,000 +3,000
Trenoportabl. Pothogen Reducllon & Blood Safety System +2,000 +3,000 +2,000
Verso HSOI +5,000 +4,250
COnjugate Vaccines to preYM'lt ShlgeUoeie +2,000 .1,400
Therepeullc V._slor Blologlcel Th...t +',000 +1,000
In_nel RohebllllallOn N......ri< +S,OOO +3,500
National Tlllus Englnoerlng R..eerch +2,000 +1,000
O.rmal Ph... Meter +2,000 +',200
USAMRIO Anth... R.... rch +2,500 +2,500
O.....pmenl ollerge-ocele, pol)<:lonol human antibody +3.000 +3,000
production
CI\Rlnic MuItI...ymptom 11_ +5,000 +S,OOO
SiO-Oolans. G.ne I<nod<Out Technology progrem -3,000 +2,'00

33 WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECIlNOLOGY 83.882 81,312 87.112 87.182


ReduCe programmed growth -13,500 ·7,000
AIIcn:t.bIe PrecI8ion A1rdfOll Technology +2.000 +',000
Ration Pltckegln9 Material and Systems for MAEs +7,000 +6,000
Proledlon Ag.lnlll Told< IndtJ_1 cnemteelo +2,000 +1,000
ATIRCMlCMWS +04.000 +2.800
246

R·1
34 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
Budget
ReguH1
n.1ea
_.
233,1118
8 •••,­
105,118
eo_on....
220,411
3D Imaging and Genomic Maly.i. for Braa.t Csnoar +2.000 +1.700
Management
Advanced Diagnostic ond Tharapeutic Digital TachnolOgi.. .1,500 +1,000
Advanced Proteomlcs +2.500 +1.200
BattlefIBld Re.plra1or and Ventilator (BRAY) +1.500 +1.600
BIOlogy. Education. Savening. Chemoprevantion and +9.500 +9.500
T.aa1ment (BESCT) Lung C8ncef R8I8an:l\ PlDlIflIm
(MDACC)
Bio-Modical Engln_ng Cent8l' lor R....roh on +2,500 .1,200
Bioterrisom Agents
Blomadlcallnlonnatlon Translar (Bin +1,000 +1.000
Blood Sefely (Note: only for "'" oonlinuallon .nd 1l111....ion +ll.OOO ~.100
of the current program to proYide improvad blood products
and .alaly .yOlame compeUbI. with military flald us•.)
Brain, Biology and Maenine +3.000 +3.000 +3,000
Canter for Integration of Medldne and Innovative +12.500 +10,000 +11,250
Technology (CIMIT)
Dandritlc Nanotschnology ReaellfCh +3.800 +3.000
Military Low Vl8Ion R....n:h +2.000 +1,000
Centerfor Untethere<l Hoallnoere +3,000 +1.500
Compsrative Functional GenomiCS InlUelive ~.OOO +2.000
Eleclricellmpedanoo Scanning Devi.... +1.000 +1.000
Genomic Medicine .nd Gene 'Therapy <Note: only lor a ~.OOO +3.400
aeries of pilot clinic:al programs targ&t8CI 8t C8rdi0Y8scutar
dIS.- and nellllldegenenltlVll dloolllOnl Vlat gravely
ened Y~lel'8n..)
Gynecologic 01. . . . PlOOram (Note: O.ly for the +5.000 ~,250
eOlabll'hmenl of a publlclprivllfa aflort In coordlnation w1111
an approprtale na>-prOIll medical _etion. to provide
prvgrarna in gynecologic dloee... that will taclillete the
development of earty detection, prevention and treatment
.Irategie•.)
InsliWte lor Reseen:h and E<lIJcalion +5.000 +3.700
Integrated InfQnnetion System +1,000 +1.000
IntravenoU$ Membl1l.... 0X)tg8nator +2,500 +1.000
Jo."n Dia_ Project +5,000 +5.000
JQlnIlJS.No.-lsn Telemediclne Program ~,OOO +2.600 +2.800
MedlcaI T_1ng TechnolOgy EnIIancemon\ Inillatl... +1.000 +1,000
Mobile Integrated D~nastic and Dete AnaIY8te Syslem +2.500 +1.200
(!AtODAS)
NBtIonelllloterrolillm CMIIan Medical Reopen.e cenler +4.000 +2.000 +3.000
(CIMERC)
National Functional Genomlca Cantal' +10.000 +5.000
Neuronbrvrnetosls R _ Program (NF) +23.000 +20.000
Neurology Gallo Cen1er-AlCOholism Resean:h +8.000 +4.000 +4.500
Ne.un>toldn E~8ure Treatment Research Program +31.000 +25.000
(NETRP) Palldnoons & nellfOloglcal d _..
Newel Sate end Effecttve Veccinal for Biodefenae and +8.000 +8.800
Cancer
On..(.ine Mediael Training +3.500 +1.750
Operating Room of the FutuAl ~.OOO +2.000
PlctIlre ArchlYlng and COmmunlCallOns System (PACS) +5.000 +3,500
Project Collaboration _1101 (Note: only til enh"""" the +1.000 +1,000
interoperablltly and effectiveneaa of heatth officer••
epidemiologists. and n.......)
Prooleta cancer Reeaarcl>-Gallo Ca_ +1,000 +1.000
Proteom6c& Cenler ~.OOO +3,400
247

Fl·l
Rapid BIo·Pathogen Detection Technology
Regionlll Aneslllesia and Pain Management InitiallYa
(FlAPMI) (Nolo: ooly for II1e publlclprivala atIurt among 000
medical t"'atment facilltl... and llPP,opria\e non-profil
medical foundation and a ru",1 primary hoalth co'" center
to proY.de iii comprA"-'aHe prognm \n pain management
Budgol
!!!guMl Itou.
+3.000
+1,500 - Conferwnce
+1,500
+',200

Including lAlatment for aCllle pain U8ing regi0n8l


aneSlhB8ia techniques e& wen al 8 hollat\c approad1 to
chlllnic pain.)
Asaiatlve Tachnology and R"""""'" cenlBr at National +2,000
RehabilltatJon Ho.pltal (Nola: ooly for axpandlng ongoing
collaborations to prevent and mmlmlze loss of function from
landmll'Ht and other mUltBty In,luriea.)
SEATraat 0 +2.000
Pediatric Ho.plce Program at Walter Raad /lnny Medlcol 0 +1.000
Canter
Rugged Textile Gannanto for Combat Casualty Care +3.000 +3,500 +3.000
Tachnologia. for MaIabOll. Monitoring +3.000 +3,000
We$Ulll1 Rural Telemadk;lne Demonolration +2.000 +2.000 +2,000
PDr1abl. Digital X-Ray
TI••u. De""lopmant on Eialltin Biematri....
Medical _ling and Simulatfon TII<o09h SylIlhaue
Genes
Texas Training IIld Technology against Trauma and
0_ +1,000
+5,000
+1,000

+10.000
+1.000
+4,300
+1,000

TarroriBm (NDIa: moved ID line 31)


VCT Lung Scan +7,600 +5.200
SlabloHa_1 +5.000 +3.000
Study of Human Operator Performance (e-SHOP) +2.000 +1,000
Emerging Tachnologle<l cenllor +3.000 +1.500
Minimelly Invaohle Su'll8ry _Ung and SimUlation +1,000 +1,000
Pennington BIo_1 center PeraoMal Readlnao. and +3.000 +1,800
Parlormanca I n _
Centsr for Prostate Ol_.a ReoeafCh (WFlAMC) +5,000 +4,500

35 AVIATION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY 72,013 11,488 83.M3 88,011


Heavy 11ft demon8UBflOn -4.615 -4,615
AIrboma Manned/Unmanned Syal8m Technology (&MUST) +2,000 +1,000
Locu.t USA Heavy Fuel Burning Engines for UAV. +5.000 +2,500
Radar SUl'Y8illant;8 and Assimilation Networt +5,000 +4,450
Raconflgurallon Tooling Syotsm +2.000 +1,500 +1,700
Blllad A_ Unmanned Reoponolve Reauppl)/ Openlliono (3,000) +1.000
Aircmft (SURRO)
UAV and Micro PjrVehlcl8 Dynamol!\e18r -t4.COO +2,800
Vettorad Ductad Thrust Propeller Compound Halo +6.000 +5,100

36 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY 47,752 55,752 47,752 54,402


Technology Demonstration for the P,.......,Uon of Mllterial +5.000 +4,250
DagradatiDn
MiCfo-electlllmechllnical Sya_ Rallalllllty ........manl +1,000 +1,000
Pnogram
DeveIopm""t MIssion Inl8g"'tlDn +2,000 +1.400
248
Bud~
R-l Reg...., Hou.. Senllle Confet1ln~
37 COMBAT VEHiCLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED 210,856 248,356 262,856 274,001
TECHNOLOGY
Advanco<t ThBm\llI Management S",tam +4,000 +2.000
Il8ttary Charging Technology (Nota: Only 10 de\lelOp +'.000 +'.000
lIll\Iancea battary challling .Igorilllmalor Hyllrid-E1ec1ric
Vehicla appllcatlono)
Etectroc:hromatics feaeal'Ch +3,000 +2.r>50
High Po_ Denolly and Elficlancy OPOC Engine and +2.000 +1,200
Elactric Power Cell
Mechanically _I"'d Spa.. n.. carrier (MASTC) lor lhe +2,000 +',700
HMMWV.
NAC Standardized Exchange 0' Product Data (N-STEP) +7.000 +~.500
(Note: only for expanding the use at stendBrdlzed J'roduet
data sets in the Anrrf. grotl1d Wlhide de5gn end life c:yde
support aellvltles, .nd to expand the functIOnality 0' the N­
STEP pl'OCClS8 to lnctude canngt.}
Rapid Optimizo1lOn of Commercial Knowtedg. (ROCK) lor +2,250
FCS (Not.: only lor e joint ....."'" .nd d_pm.nt
between raglonal commercial otr'-toad vehtcle
"""It +4,500

manut'acturera. SuppliSfI, end untversltie8 to Improve FCS


.lIord.blllly through utilization ol_nco<t lechnology.)
Tumo Fuel Celi Engine +8,000 +5,100
U.S. Army Hydtcgen In1nIstructu.. llfote: only to dllYlllOp +4,000 +2,000
and deploy modUlar hydrogen Intrastructu.. systama thai
wo1Jtld 8Upport the US lumy'a nosltion to fuel cell
lechnologles.)
UltJoa-l'llgh P_nca Hybltd StNCtur.. ana Armo", +4.000 +3,400
center for Advanced Vehicuiar Systems 0 0 +750
Ullra Reliability lor Combat Systems 0 0 +1,000
Chemical Warlara Agent Detaetlon C........ 0 0 +1.~OO

Pacific RIm Como.ion Ra...rt:I1 ProgrMl +3,000 +2,600


IMPACT-Combat Vehicle end Automotive Advanoad +5,000 +4.500
T.chnology
Smart Satt.ry end Intelligent Generator TechnolOgy lor +2,000 0
Military Vehiclas (Nels: transferred 111 line 21)
Fuel Cell Technology +4,000 +2,600
Army L1ghtwelghl 5tNetunss InlUstlw +1,000 +',000
_enced Army Modular Compo.1ta 8rtdge +3.000 +2,100
Camposila Body Parts-CAV Tect'llDlogy Transition +4,000 +2,000
Advanced Tharm.1 MIlnegemenl Controls +1.600 +1.000
Advanced Collaborative Technologies +3,000 +2, '00
MObile Parta HO.pllel +8.000 +4,200
EI.ctrochrometic M.I....1Windows +5.000 +2.500
Fsstenll1g and Jointng Technologtes +1.500 +1,000
Tactical Vehicle Design Tools +'.000 +1.000
21st century-TruCk +12,000 "8,400

38 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICAlIONS ADVANCED 10,31' 11,628 10,37' 11,4711


TECHNOLOGY
Dynamic R...Add....lng and Manag.mentlor Army +1,250 +1,100
(ORAMAI
249

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R·l R!quat HoUle Sonoto Conference
St MANPOWER, PERllONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED 4,1131 11,431 4,1131 8,031
TECHNOLOGY
Ground Syotsms Teem Training (Gm) PloQrom +2,000 .1,000
Ground Systems Team Training Advanced TechnOtogy +4,500 +a.,oo

40 ELECTRONIC WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY (HI 40,347 45,347 80,347 58.1147


Gal8xyVue Image. Video end Data Compression +1.000 +'.000
iechnology
Porlsbl. ond Mobile Emergency llnIodbllnd ¥fain +4.000 +2.000 +a.ooo
Ne_r'<'ng EIM","monl"" ca MobIl. 5eMcoo (NECMS) +8.000 +5.800
Applied CommunicotionO and Information Networking +10.000 +'0,000

41 TRACTOR HIKE 8,781 8,781 8,781 7.781


CI.oolflO<! program ·2.000 -1.000

Q NEXT GENERATION TRAINING 611IMULATION BYlITEM8 18,648 12,148 21,1411 1...48


Roduce prog,ommed growth -9.000 .9.000
Institute for Creative TechnOlogies +a.ooo +4.000 +a.200
CAVE Autol1'18ted Vlrtuel Environment +4.000 +3.000

44 TRACTOR ROSE 2,472 2,872 1.533 4,211


Classified program .'.339 +,.a39

45 EXPLOSIVES DEMILITARIZATION TECHNOLOGY 11,3411 11,3411 28,7411 25.1411


Slue GlOIS SQNO DomonBlrOtlon <Nata: _It... 26 +1.000
ROTE,OW)
MIs.lle Recycling C.n....-Annloton +3.000 +2.100
Tactical_Ie ReuseiOomII-Letter'<.o1nY +2.500 +1.750
Reclametion 01 Ciao. ,., Rocket Propollant +2,000 +2.000
Innovatlvo oemll TecllnologieO +3.000 +2.100
HMX Requ81fficatian ProgrlllTl +'.000 +'.000
ExplooN.. O.mllllarlzaUon Technology progrom +1,DOO +1,000
Thin Laye, Chromatography +2,400 +2.100
Oemilitanzatkm 01 Obao'ete MunlUons +2.500 +1,75D
Domllilerization and DootruClion of ConvontJonal Munllion8 +2.000 +1.000

48 MILITARY HIV RESEARCH 8,733 18,733 8,733 14,233


Tnt, Treatment am PnwentNe Vec;dn_ +ID.ooo +7.500

47 COMBATING TERRORJ., TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT 4.1118 11,1118 4,1118 8,71'


SupPOrt the implementation of 8n InformBtion aecurtty +2.000 +2.000
system to 1""",800 tho survivability of critical Asmy
computer .ystems In the 8vtnt of II cyber attacK.
DotectJng Contamlnonto In Or1n~ Wale< +3,000 +'.800

4g EW ~CHNOLOGY 11,273 22,513 13,273 25,873


us I4nrt; 1acUcal ELINT for Ground Man9U'WeI' Forees +3,'00 +2.400
WX Intelligence Sen..' Syslom +1.000 +1.000
Mu"lfuncaon lntellltjlence and Remote Sen80r System +8,100 +5,000
Shortlltop Elodnlnlc Protection System (5,000) +5,000
ANNVIl·' Laser Womlng Rocolve, +2,000 +1,000
----~--------------

250

BudgOl
R-1 Rog_ HOUN lIenall Confel'lllca
so MISSILE AND RDCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY 111,321 104,321 138,849 122.821
Reduce _,"",!Oed grvwlh -10,000 ·10,000
MIcro·laclDrlos for Precision Pans (Nola: only lor a jolnl '3,000 '1,500
..searcll end _pment etlon to devalop a desl<top­
sized micro fectory system tot production of miniature
aerospace components requ\red for new generation small
UAVs and sman smell rockall.)
Pmry Melnl8n8nce and Manulacturtng Organlzallon +1.000
(AMMO)
Lollsrlng Attack MunItJon for AYletliln (LAM-A) +5,000 +3,500
Clo.....ln ActiYl Pmledlon System '4,000 +2.800
Mlsslla Simulalion Technology +10,000 +7,000
Werrlllhlsr Protection Lob +5.000 .3,500
Natiol18l Asroapste InlllatiYe -472 0
Volumatric:ally Controlled Mlnufacturing (Nola: only to +1,000 +1,000
continue existing Uniwrstly-based research On
Volumlllrlc:ally Controlled Msnufacturing to elCjlOnd the pre-
e.lsting beoic: oc:ienc:e trom mec:henlcel appllcatlono to
lIle"""l, eIec\Io-megnetlc:. loouslic;, end optic
sppllcellons,)
Pmry AMCODE Integrallon +1,000 '1.000

S2 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRII!R ADVANCED 24,!l5a 24.S52 32,452 30,052


TECHNOLOGY
EDIT _anced Londmine Det8Clion '2,000 +1,400
AdY8nted Oemlnlng Technology +5,900 '4,100

82 ~NTSE~ESMALLARMSPROGRAM 8.'13 11,113 8.113 9,813


Anli-Melsria' sniper Rifte (ASMR) Technology '5,000 '3,500

55 NIGHT VISION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY 47,011 89.068 80.088 85,138


Buster Beckpeck UAV +12,000 +1,000 +8,400
Night VloIon FuBlon (Nota: only for the continued '5,000 +1,000 +2,500
development of dlgllal night Yiolon ruBion I8OIlnology.)
Parsonal Thenna' Vlolon Systam '3.000 +l,SOO
Comera Assisted Monitoring Sya1em (NIl1Il: only for '2,000 '1,700
dernonstretlon of CAMS ao . . .",rity and reo""nse Iystem
lila' PIOllldee ,,"I tima surveillance cepsbillty for mllllsry
force protection, peacekeeping and "'11IIad mlollons.)
sensar Technatogy for Force ProtectkJn '15,00Q +'2,7SO
WInl Detoction & Obstecle Avoidance for HelIooP1llra +5.000 +3.800
Advanced Pas8ive Mllimeler Wave Imager +7,000 .4.900
WarfighterlFiroIighls, Position, Loc:8tion, and T18cl<ing +4,000 +2.800
(PLT) Sensor

M I!NVIRONMENTAl QUAUTY TECHNOLOGY 15,778 24,278 15,778 20,72&


DEMONSTRATION
Environmental Complianoo Technology (Ollen88 '3.500 '2,4SO
AcquIsition 01 Developmonlal Technology)
PEM Demonatrel1on PlO9,om +5,000 '2,SllO

57 MILITARY ENGINEERING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY 3....1 8,...1 13,521 13,271


Fuel Cellintagration wtth Fua~FleJdble I _ u r a +2.000 +1.700
Canola 011 Fuel Ceu InlDaUve +2.500 +',750
Solid OJdde Fuel Coli DeYllopmenl for oere..a +4,000 +2,600
Fuel Call Hybrid Generating Syltem wlRamgen Jet +3,680 +3.580
TIchnology
251
Budget
R.1 Req....t Hou.. Son. . Conferanc.
&8 ADVANCED TACTICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE AND 20,255 26,256 24,256 2&.056
SENSOR reCHNOLOGY
MVMNT Program ft>r Slmul....n Ba.ed OpeF8tlono +2,000 +4,000 +2,800
Pelletized Radar ft>' Bleck Hawt< Helicopters (Note: only 10 +4,000 +2,000
enh.nce Bleckhawlc ISR cepablliliao, par1icul.rty In urban
and rough terrain enylranments.)

58 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION 51.547 78,547 103,547 101,287


(NON SPACE)
Advanced 7ectlcal Operations cante, (ATOC) +3,5/l(J +8,500 +4,800
Aet"O-8COuctics Test Facility, Phase 1 +8,000 +5,800
O _ c Enhoncea Senso, Syetem (OESS) +1.500 +1,100
E,xtendecl Range Inla...ptot Pltlgram +1,000 "'1,000
Advanced Battery Technology +3,000 +2,550
Next Generetlan PS8I1ve Surveillance Systems (Acoustics +5,000 +3,500
Technology R....rch)
Rade' Power Technology (RPT) +3,000 +2,100
Ve~lcallntegrotion lor Mllllie Delen.. SUrvellanee Dem +2,000 +1,400
Component Inlagrated ModaIIng and SImulation Test 0 0 +1.000
Analyolo EnvironrTMltll (CIMSTA-El
Nexl Generellon Herdwa...in·th..1oop (HWILj Tool (NGHT) +4,000 +2,800
JoInt Wevelel Tranolonn-baoed Hype18pecll8l Dele +5,000 +3,500
Globalinflasound Monltortng of AImolphere +2,000 +1,400
IlIeIectrtc Enhanced SenIOr System (DESSl +1,500 +1,100
Integrated Compoelto 1olI..1Ie BINet... +4,000 +2,000
Next Genemlon Po..,," Aco..1Ie Surveillance +5.000 +3,500
Mobile Tactical High EneIgy Le_ (MTHEL) +20,000 +17,000
Ballula Technology Development +3,000 +2,100
Nanosclence Inltlatfwl "'1,000 +1,500

60 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION 8.832 12,632 40,732 31,932


(SPACE)
P3 Powe, Syetem +2,000 "2,000 +2,000
Supercluete, Dilb1buted Memory Technology +1 ,ODD +1,000
Eagle Eyes R....rch Program "2,000 +1,400
Low Cosllnlan:epto, +15,000 +11,000
Redar Powe' TllCI1nology +4.000 +2,1lOO
Kodiak Range safety & lnelrumentelk>n +8,100 +8,100

61 AIR AND Io4ISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 78,958 88,968 121.059 122,859
AMO Arthltec1Ure Analyse tA3) Program +5,000 +5,000
Future A""y Attack and Mi..lle Defen.. Syelama +5,000 +3,000
(FAAMOS)
AMD Common Battle Managemenl 041 Syelam +5.soo 0
Adeptlveinleglllied Fire ContmlllFC) Technology +2.soo +1,800
Demonltrellon Pltlgram (AlTO)
Allen Army AlJ1'eld Upgredee +33,100 +33,100

84 TANK AND MeDIUM CAUIlI!R AMMUNITION 11,248 24,748 21,2<lll 2s,u8


GPS Anthlammlng ft>' Munitions +4,liOO +3.100
Mid-Range Munition (MRM) +8,000 "8,000
Mid-Range Munition (MRMfTERM) "1,000 0
MRINTERM n.t3 "'0,000 +8,000

88 NIGHT VISION 8YSTl:MS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT 8,283 8,283 &,283 7,083


Dominant MIlitary Operations on UI'b8nb:ed Terrain Viewer
(DMV)
+3,000
"',&Xl
252
Budget
R.l RegU"1 HoUI. senlte Conference
e8 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEMNAL 11,814 38,514 22,014 40,1184
CoslIng Emission Reduction Program (CERP) +4.000 +4,000 +4.000
Soald Welte Sustainebliity Initiative .',000 +1.000
Envlronmentel 8ecurtty Inltlltt;e (Nole: 10 Integrate ramole +4.000 +3,400
dBlection end ...ponle work Inlo 0 deployable
technological eapebliity.)
AI'I8nIc Removal (Note: 10 eslabUSI1 an +2.000 +1.700
'nduslfyleeademlcJgollSl11ment consortium to develop.
portable, effective, envimnmentally acceptable process lor
f8h1OW'1g arsenic: from drinking walei', thereby proledng
the hBsIlh of deployed AArry personnel.)
Aberdeen PmYing Ground AlbestDa Conversion Feetllty +2.000 +1,400
Transportable Delorllition Chamber +8,000 +4.800
Technology oeveloment for UXO In Support of Military +6.000 +5.100
Readiness
AArry Envimnrnental 5olutiona Program (Nole: only 10 0 +2.500
conflnue the cul78l1t program of BddressJng Bnvironmental
and renewable energy teqUlrem&nta 8180Clated wtth
milltaly operations. Moved Inlm line 25 RDTE.A)
Sultllineble Inatalletlone Initle1tve (Nole: only 10 Incorporalo +1,000
next generatJon w1deband infonnaUon pjpellne tecfTnotogy
end InstellBllon of ANlWSQ.11.)
Managl"'i! Army Technologies for Enllironmsntal +1.000 +4,500 +3,150
Enhencemenl
Waste MinlmlzatJon BOO Pollution PrlNenUOn +2,000 +1,400

70 WARFlOHTER INFORMAll0N NETWORK.TACllCAL· 80,774 82,311 82.311 82,311


DEMNAL
Reduce programmed gro_Nuclelr Armo Co"';', -8,463 .a,463 -8,463
Technology

71 NATO IU!SEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 4,778 2 1 778 .,778 2,779


Program raduetlon ·2,000 -2.000

72 AVIA110N • ADV DEY 8,861 13,888 14,888 14,488


Vlrtuel Cod<pR OptImiZetion Program (VCOP) +4,000 +5,000 +4,500

74 LOOlSnCS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT. ADV DEY 12,001 9.308 19,801 13,008
Program exscuUon -2.700 -2,700
The_ Support Veoeel dBlleiopmenl +7,500 +3.700

78 MEDICAL SYSTEMS· ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT 11,042 11,042 18,042 13,842


Automat9d laboratories (or Biodefense 1'5,000 "'2,600

11 MEDIUM EXTENDED AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM (MEADS) 278,289 271,259 252,259


CONCEPTS
Trensferto ROOW -276,250
Patrlot·MEADS consolldallon efficiencies .24,000

12 AIRCRAFT AVIONICS 84,680 47,180 51.650 47,680


Program execution .17,000 ·5.000 ·17,000
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88 COMMON MISSILE 113,780 18&,780 107,790 114,680
Program refocuaed -18.000 -18.000
Funding ahead of maturaUon 0' technologia. -78,000 -71,100

80 INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS 21,137 21,637 31,637 211.137


XM307 25mm Advoncod c"'... Served Weapon +2,000 +1,400
XM312 .50 ca»boI, _ a d e- Served Waapon +8,000 +5,600

85 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACllCAL VEHICLES 8,200 17,200 17,500 17,050


HEMTI I>:J System Oo""lopmont end Oomonslrllllon +5,000 +15,000 +12,000
PhaBB
Condition Based Maintenance +3,000 +2,550
Future Tactical Truck Systsm -6.700 ·6,700

88 LIGHT TACllCAL WHEELED VEHICLES 15,700 20,700 15,700 18,200


PM Program lor User EvaluetiOn of Ilyb~d Electric +5,000 +2,500
Technology (HMMWV)

101 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS. SOD 28,022 38,022 30.822 3&,222


Avenger +2.000 +1,700
Muljl·plotlorm Rep\ocement Sight (MRS) +4.000 +3,400
Enhanead Night Vision Gogg," "'1,500 +1,100

102 COMBAT REDING, CLOTHING, AND EQIllPMENT 17,2l13 125,783 100,000 100,000
Land Werrlor program f88trUC1Ura (trBnster from OP,A) +56,500 +32,717 +32,717

108 AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT 4,834 7,834 10,134 11,434


Integrated Femlly of Test EquipmenlllFTE) +3,000 +2,600
Integrated Femlly ollOlt Equlpment-Ileoe SI1ap Teet -+6,000 +4,200
Fecillty (v) 6

110 DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACllYE SIMULATIONS (DIS)· 28,358 28,368 28,3$8 26,0$8


ENG DEY
Progl1lmmed growth -2,ooD -2,000
Amy Rock Drtll-oCOmmand..... Planning Tool +2,000 +1,700

111 TACllCAL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS. ENG DEV 18,885 28,81IS 25,885 28.285
Army Tectical ExplollBtlon Sy.tem (TE6-A) (for I Carps) +2,000 +6.000 +3,600
B..edband Intelligence Training System +5,000 +3,000

112 ARMY TACTICAL MISSILE SYSTEM (ATActlS) 55,078 2.000 4,000 10,000
Reduce programmed growth (Note: tha con",",nce -55,075 ·55,Q75 -48,075
agreement provtdee S7 mlilon only tID finleh the <>""",t
ACTO)
Viper Strike Munition +2.000 +4,000 +3.000

117 AVlAll0N· ENG DEY 2,371 2,371 3.378 3,371


Advanced 8elllalic protection 1,000 1,000
254

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118 WEAPONS AND MUNmONS • ENG DEY 129,409 148,809 153,409 110,8"
Common Remotely Operated Weapon S"'1ion (CROWSl +5.000 +3.000
(Note: only ID continue the progr1lm with e goal of
eventually ,,,,Idlng CROWS WIth Increment I of the Future
Combat Syatem)
XM932 Short Range Practice C8r1ridge (SRPC) +2.500 +',200
Advanced Con"""l Artillery Pmgr1lm (ACA2P) +10,000 +8,500
XM-116. Small A""" Fire Control Syotem II (Note: Only tor +2.000 +1,700
SAFCS II developmenlend operatlonal_ng 10110-0 by
oyolOm type cloaslficallon)
Advanced Precieion Kill Weapon Syotem (APKWS) +10,000 +7,000
Preclalon Guided Morta' MunlUon +4,000 +2,800
Rapidly In"",Med Fual TrenBler Syotem +7.000 +5,250
Dual Pu"",aa I"",rowd Con_tional MunlliOno (oPICM) +1.000 +1.000
Hybrid PropeRant for FCS Applications +2,000 +1.000

119 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT· ENG DEY 8UP 88,188 8lI,188 88,388
2kW Military Tadlcal GenBnllD, Produdlmpro.ements +3.000 +2,100
(No"': only ID pnMde product '""""vementa 10 the Arm'!_
cunrenlly fielded ligl1t'Mllghl men-portable 2kW mili1ary
tac\lcal ganamIDr (MfG) While aloo concunrently
accelerating the nt888rch and deVelopment on the MfG',
BUCC8I80r.)

120 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS· 219,088 229,088 219,0811 219,088


ENGoEV
Applied CommunlcatJon,t and Information Natwort<ing +10.000
(ACIN) Program (No"': tranafenred ID line 40)

121 MEDICAl. MATERIEUllEolCAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE 12,202 24,102 16.202 22,852


I!QUIPMENT
LSTAT Medical Technology +2,500 +2,100
Biomedical Engineering Technology & Advanced Male~el. +1.000 +1,000
Preeaure SwIng Absorption O>rygen Concentrator +2.000 +',000
Bio--Chem Protection +3.000 +2,550
Chem-Blo Protection Technology +4.000 +2.000
Next Generation cartilage Infuser +4.000 +2.000

122 LANoMINE WARFARElBARRIER • ENG DEY 9O,311ll 98,3" 80,3116 97,196


Magneto Induc1llle RAMS (No"': only to accelerate +8,000 +6.800
Englnee~ng end ManulBclunng Devalopment (EMo) of tile
Magneto Inductive Remote Activation MunllJon Syo"'m)

123 ARTlLI.ERY UUNITlONS • !lIo 133,994 123,994 133,994 123,994


OII..t tor MEMS INSlGPS -10.000 -10.000

12. COMBAT IDENTIFICATION 3,541 11,541 15,541 15.1141


Co.lition Combet Idenlilicallon (CClo) (NDte: only lor +8.000 •••000
Integrated BatUefleId Combat Situational Awareness +12.000 +8,400
Syetem (IB-CSAS)

125 ARMY TACTICAl. COMMAND" CONTROL HARDWARE .. 88,129 104,128 98.129 102,229
SOFTWARE
TOC 3D & Survivable C8rr1er (CECOMj +8.000 +4.100
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130 PATRIOT PAC-3 THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE 174,475 174,475 0 158,475
ACQUISITION
Transfer 10 ROOW ·174,475
Palrlol·MEAOS oonsolldation efticiendes ·16,000

131 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT 47,558 52,558 82,558 83,858


Army Field Support Commend Informalion Technology +2,000 +1,000
Inilialive
Knowledge SYlllem Manogement (Note: Only for use by +3,000 +2,600
AROEC at Pieatinny Arsenal, NJ)
Tactical Loglslics Oal8 OlglllzBlion Program +15,000 +12,700

132 THREAT SIlIIULATOR DEVELOPMENT 17,75' 17.751 21,251 20,251


RF/SAM Threat Simulator Program +3 1500 +2,500

138 ARMY KWAJAl.EIN ATOLL 137,307 137,307 14',307 '40,407


Domed Housing Unitt +3,000 +2,100
Aberdeen Technology Transfer Inillative "'1,000 +1,000

131 CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTAnON PROGRAM 28,473 28,473 31,473 31,723


TechnolOllY Management and Collaborallon Inltlalive +7.000 '5,250

138 ARMY TEST RANGES AND FAclLmes 174,603 174,803 188,203 185,203
Non-Oiscsrding sabot +1,700 +1,700
Hybr<l Electric Vehlde tesllng only at Cold Region Test +8,000 '6,900
Ac1Ivlty

140 ARMY TECHNICAL TE87INSTRUMENTATlON AND 54,918 58,918 57.966 58,786


TARGETS
WhltB Sand Mleslla Rango (WSMR) Tost ModemIzaI1on +2.000 +1,000
(Note: only to PIOvldelor acquISition of data collecl1on end
proceeskm systems end support including dlgllal imag8",.
data tlBnsmtsston in1nlstructure. d8t8 Inatysis toole, and
data storaga and management oystems lor 1he etl8C1Ml
collection, ",""egemont and dlalribution or test data,)
Army Threat Support AdIvtty 0 +1,000
Chemical BiOlOgical Delanse Malarial T&E Inillative +3,000 +1,800

'4' SURVIVABILITYILETHALITY ANAl.YSIS


Reduce programmed growth-Legacy ayalems
39.138 36,138
.1,000
45.138 42,338
·1,000
Decision ~elBted Struetvrea (DRS) ~,OOO +4,200

142 DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER TEST FACILITY 17,1108 17,1108 19,308 15,IlO8
High Energy LtI8e Systems Test Facility Infrastructure +1,500 +1,100
Upgrade

143 ARMY EVALUATION CENTER 87,OU 47,D74­ 47,074 47.074


Reduce programmed growth ·10,000 -10,000 .10,000

1,p PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITII!S 71,555 85,055 71,555 85,055


Reduce progls"'medg_ ·6,500 -6,500
R·l
151 TECHNICAL INFORMATlON ACTlVmES
256

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R'guH'
2M20
_.
43,520
+15,000
S.""
21,520
Confe......ce
4),820
Army High Pertormance Compuling Re.earch Center +16,000
(AHPCRC) (Note: TIla Committ88 dlractllhat $15,000,000
I...anaDia only Jor tha AmY High Partonmance Co'"9'Jllng
Research center (AHPCRC) High Per10rmance Computing
system.. and network_, user support. AHPCRC-baMd ataff
solenUOI and research supporl staff, Iect1nology exchange
and summer In.elute prootlIm. and .....arch aclMlies.)

152 MUNmoNS STANDARDIZAtION, EfFECTIVENESS 11,855 'U55 28,855 41,105


AND SAfElY
Advanced Ouster Eneroallcll +3,000 "'2,100
CZT Detectors for AulOmated Munitions Inspection and +3.500 +2.400
Surveillance Prog:rem
LIle Cycle Pilol Proce.. +2.000 +1,"00
Manufacturing ROTE cenler +2.000 +1,400
MEMS IMU Technology Capitalization +3.500 +1,800
Metal Matrix Technology Po_hlp for Munllions al +3,000 +1.500
TACOM-AROEC. PlcaUnny Aroenal
NanoConsortium (MEMS Technology Appllcstiona) +2.000 +2,000 +2,000
Publlc-Prtvate P.rInerahlps - Munltlons +4.500 +),150
Siarra Army 0ep0I C1YOfracl1JrelPiaBma Arc 0 +1.500
Demiltalization Program (Note: uansferred from Chemleel
Agants and Munillon. Oolllruc1lon, Army)
Publio Private PaJ'\nerahlp to Develop Metal ....trix +8,000 +4,000
Compo.11e Technologies

154 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH 8,185 t2,415 8,18' 11.88'


AMD OI!VELOPMEIIT)
Domerio Prvparedne.. Against WMD First Respondar +3,500 +3,000
Training at NTPI

157 AEROSTAT JOIKT PROJECT OFFICE 57,541 80,541 57.549 111.049


Lighlwelght X-Band Radar MEMS Antenna Technology +3,000 +1,500

1$& DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS AGAINST Wl!Al'ONS OF 4,500 2,000 4,000


MASS DESTRUCTION
Blotemlrism Education +1.000 +1,000
Multiple DallYery Syalema for Applying Aqueous +3,000 +2,000 +2,500
OecontBminant
Slructural Biology centar +500 +500

180 COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS 24,488 28,488 31.4M 31,M8


Combat VeIllcle Electronics fer FuMe and Legacy +4,000 +2,000
Programs
Tracked Hybrid-Electric V.hlda Advar>ced TacI1nology +4,500 +3.200
Demonstrator
Abrams Treck DeveLopment +1,000 +1,000
Digilizallon Supporl 10 Fori Hood +1,500 +1,000

161 MANEUVERCOMTRDLSYBTEM :I9,58t 39,881 45,581 39.881


CI81!1slfied Program +6.000 0
257
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182 AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONSIPRODUCT IMPROVEMENT 117.158 261.158 271.158 277,758
PROGRAMS
_ A Apache Ha"coplor Perlonnance Suppgrt Syst8m +1,000 +1,000
tor ARNG (Note: only to de\llllop the InI."slruClUra lor a
sustainable. scalable, state-of-the-art performance support
system program)
Ol.triboled Mission Training System +2,000 +1.700
Ui<-6OM "",totype aln:l1llt (vansfar 1lom"".A) +73.000 +85,000 +75.000
Maintenance Anelyslo Satety and Training (MAST] progn>m +8,000 +5,100
UH-60M IMO-HUMS Demon&tration +7,000 +7,000

183 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT 3.3l1t 10,3111 1,:IlMl 5,3l1t


PROGRAM
Wear Debrts 0.... Repository Center <405,000 0
Unl••rsel FADEC Contnll +2,000 +5,000 +2.000

187 MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT 44,481 44,461 41,118 .....1lII


PROGRAM
PATRIOT Llght_nna Moat Group +1,000 +1.000
Advanced Composite Radome "'1,500 .1,100

173 SPECIAL ARMY PROGRAM s.e61 1,188 11,261 21.411


INSCOM Globalinlormation PartBl '+3,000 "",500
Clesalfled program +5,300 +14,000

174 SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES 14,500 10.500 11,OSCI


""'" Inlarmatlon Dominance Center MobIle Agern +2,500 +1,750
Te_gy
""'" Infonnetion Dominance Center ElqIanded PlOO888ifQ +4.000 +2,800
lor 0a1a AnaIys~
Securamellca +6.000 +2,500
Technology for Speciali2.ed Field CommunIcation and +3.000 +1,800
Machine Aided SIGINT Analysis lor LlngulslI and Non·
Linguist in Middle Eastern LangusgOB
ABLanlArablc: Language Technology +500 +500
Documsntalion ExpIolta~on Solution +2,000 +1,400
Sase Prolactlon and MonItoring, FL Leswl'1WOf1h +8,000 +5.600

175 INFORMATION SYSTeMS SECURITY PROGRAM 20.721 20.721 13.721 20,721


CIeaeIfI8d program -7,000 0

176 GLIDBAl. COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM 61.913 66,413 41,113 55.133


Proof of Concept 01 ",,"y Rapid Deployment Logistics +7.500 +8,850
Syslam (FI, Hood and Ft. LewlB)
Oalayed appro.al of architaeture bacJcbone by 080 ·10,000 .10,000

1,.1 WWMCCSiCLODAL COMMAND ANO CONTROL 8Y'SnM 20,124 17,124 20,124 17.124
Raduce programmed growth ·3,000 ·3,000

180 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLEll 80,493 81,493 75,"3 61.393


"GNATUnmanned Ae<lel Vehlet. +1,000 0
Shadow 200 TUAV Alrfnlme Optimization +8,900 +5,300
TUAV T_""I Common Osla Un' (TCOL) +8,100 +3,800
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182 DiSTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSUMS 32,212 40,'12 32,212 37,712
Asymmetrtc Warlare InlIllllgence Analysis Advanc:ed Tool +2,500 +1.500
Set (AW.IAATS)
Oislribuled Dele Violallz.tlon & M.neg.menl +4,000 +2.800
N.llanal Dolon.. Imeg..., P,aceasing (HDIP) Program +2,000 +1.200

183 END ITEM INDUSTRIAl PREPAREDNESS ACT7VmE8 84,181 50,181 88,731


2101 Cenlury High Tech. Leg.cy P.rte Reinvention +1,000 +1.000
2101 Century High Technology lor Leg.cy Perto +3,000 +1,500
Relnvention-Wetervliet
FomlD..oond Loser (indulllrlal Shon Puis. Loser) +e,ooo +e,ooo
Nalio...1Center lor Dol..... Menuf8CIUrtng .nd _ I n g +4.000 +3,400
Re.div. AlDm PI.sme (RAP) P_ng +3,000 +2.550
InduStr1al Preparedness, Manufacturing Science end +2.000 +1.000
Teennology
Optics Menutectunng Reeeerch +1,500 +1,000
Mll:IllWBve W....welll' Treatmenl Syslem +1.700 +1.200
Blpot.r Waler·""'1 NIMH b.ttery 10' Pmly vehld.. +2,000 +1,000
Leen Munitions +3.000 +2,100
MERWS·NeUcI< (Naill: tran"",",d til line 30) +6,000 0
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FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEM
The conferees share the view expressed in the reports accom­
panying both the House- and Senate-passed versions of the fiscal
year 2004 Department of Defense Appropriations bill that the
Army must improve the structure of the budget estimates in sup­
port of the Future Combat System (FCS). Adding detail to the
- budget justification materials is essential to justify the requested
level of funding which totals $1,701,331,000 in fiscal year 2004 and
$13,243,904,000 over the Future Years Defense Plan (FYDP).
Accordingly, the conferees direct that the Army establish two
separate program elements for the purpose of supporting the FCS
budget estimates. One program element shall include funding esti­
mates for the Non-Line of Sight Cannon and resupply vehicle
(NLOS-C). For fiscal year 2004, the conferees direct that
$353,242,000 of the funds requested for the FCS program be made
available only for NLOS-C. The conferees recognize that NLOS-C
is an element of the FCS system of systems and that development
of NLOS-C must be coordinated with other elements of the FCS
program. The conferees further direct that this program is a special
interest item subject to prior approval reprogramming procedures
for the cumulative value of transfers in excess of $20,000,000. In
addition, the conferees direct the Secretary of the Army to provide
financial execution data on the NLOS-C element of FCS including,
but not limited to: obligations, disbursements, and transfers.
The balance of the funding requested for fiscal year 2004,
$1,348,089,000, shall be divided into the following projects within
a separate program element:
[In th01lB8Dda of dollars]
Non-Line of Sight (NLOS) Launch system 102,971
Reconnaissance Platforms and Sensors 284,925
Unmanned Ground Vehicles 186,768
Unattended Sensors 17,432
Sustainment 139,239
Command and Control 334.730
Manned Ground Vehicles 282,024
The conferees direct the Secretary of Defense to provide 30
days prior notification to the congressional defense committees on
the cumulative value of transfers in excess of $20,000,000 into or
out of these projects. In addition, the conferees direct the Secretary
of the Army to provide quarterly financial reports to the congres­
sional defense committees that include, but are not limited to obli­
gations, disb~rsements, and transfers for each of these projects.
DEFENSE LANGUAGE INsTITUTE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
The conferees note that the Defense Language Institute (DLI)
is funded primarily through the Operation and Maintenance, Army
account. However, the conferees are aware that DLI often under­
takes research and development work on technologies related to
language, language learning, and curriculum development. Accord­
ingly, the conferees urge the Secretary of the Army to establish a
new program element code within the Research, Development, Test
and Evaluation, Army account for the purpose of funding research
and development efforts at DLI. The conferees also recommend
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that the Army provide a reasonable level of funding to support this
effort from the resources provided in this Act.
ARMY MEMS-GPSIlNS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
The conferees agree to provide an additional $8,500,000 to con­
tinue development and testing essential to achieve a low-cost iner­
_ tial guidance system using high-g MEMS technology and producing
an anti-jam "ultra-deeply coupled GPSIlNS hardware/software sys­
tem" from funding included for the Excalibur artillery program.
The conferees expect this joint Army-Navy effort to be robustly
funded in the fiscal year 2005 budget request and in the Future
Years' Defense Program.
OBJECTIVE FORCE COST MODULE
In fiscal year 2003, the conferees provided $3,600,000 to fund
the initial development phase of the Objective Force Cost Module
(OFCM), a cost analysis and estimating tool critical to the on-time
and on-budget deployment of the Future Combat System (FCS).
Given the positive development of the OFCM tool to date and con­
tinuing concerns that the FCS program keep its deployment and
budget schedule, the conferees encourage to Army to continue fiscal
year 2004 funding of the OFCM program with available FCS funds.
NEUROTOXIN EXPOSURE TREATMENT RESEARCH PROGRAM (NETRP)
The conferees are aware that the United States Army Medical
Research and Materiel Command is conducting excellent research
in investigating the underlying biologic mechanisms and thera­
peutic interventions of neurodegenerative effects caused by deploy­
ment, environmental and occupational exposures. Therefore, the
conferees recommend $26,000,000 for the continuation of this re­
search into Parkinsons and other neurological disorders. l'he con­
ferees note the success of the collaborative work between the mili­
tary, a non-profit organization and an academic laboratory with
distinguished scientific credentials in this field that has helped ac­
celerate NETRP research and would urge the Army to continue its
support of this effort.
261
RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUAnON, NAVY

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:

(In thoueendl of do1l8rs)


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RESEARCH. OEVELOP"EHT, TEST & EVAL. NAVY

BASIC RESEARCH
UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES .... .......... 70.elI9 81,889 9\,889 92.!li19

IN-HOUSE LA80RATORY lNOEPENDENT RESEARCH ... 17,400 17,400 17 ,400 17,400

DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES. 366,517 319.011 3&4,517 379,817

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


TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH., ............... 458,566 478,088 493,588 489,535

APPLI ED RESEARCH
POWER PROJECTION APPLIED RESEARCH ••••. 114,'4ot. 144,'.... 129,114 144,2"
FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH •. 76.909 lIS ,409 119.909 114,18.

HARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY .•..•. " ..• , . 3' ,718 33.778 32,778 32.718

HUIlAN SYSTEHS TECHNOLOGY,,, ...... , , .••.... " , , . 2,000 1,725

P1ATERIALS, ELECTRONICS AND COHPUTER TECHNOLOGY, , .• , .. , , ,800

CONHON PICTURE APPLIED RESEARCH .. ,., " " ... " .• " , .... 59,022 74.522 90,022 86,597

WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT APPLlED REseARCH .•••••. S2.213 90.113 92,983 101,788

RF SYSTEI1S APPLIEO RESEARCM •..•... , .... " •.••. 44.018 45,5'9 52.5'9 49.8'9

OCEAN WARFIGHTING ENVIRONHENT APPLIED RESEARCH .•. " •.. 46,785 70.585 52.285 63.010

UNDERSEA WARfARE APPLI ED RESEARCH ...... .............. 8.,583 70,883 77 ,083 11,733

•nNE At.!O EXPEOITIONA~ WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH .•.•.•. 47,490 47,490 48,490 48,.90
.......... -..... ............. ..... .... -......... --_.- ......

TOTAL. APPLIED RESEARCH.,. 535.943 684.443 895,823 732,168


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(In thousand. of do.l1ars)
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ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELDPIlEHT


POWER PROJECTlllH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY" 173,.78 225.476 230.580 280.178

FORCE PROTECTlllH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, ' 55.780 123.030 97.880 125.380

CDltHDN PICTURE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY"" 62,184 77 .194 80.584

WARFIGHTER SUSTA.INt1ENT ADVA~CED TECHNOLOGY .. 71.284 80.284 87.944

RF SYSTEHS ADVANCED TECIlNDLOGY",." .... " .... ,., ..... SS,47S B2,47C\ 62.77!5

HARIHE CDllPS ADVAHCED TECIlNDLDGY DEItDHSTRATlllH (ATO)" 58.404 74.504 65.404 91,164

NAVY TECHNICAL INFDRttATlllH PRESENTATION SYSTEH,. , • ' , , , 151.058 151.056 138,058 138.058

WARFIGHTER PRllTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, 11,435 30.438 14,435 26.835


UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, , , . , .• , , .•.•. ' ••• 38.168 38.168 51.168 47.068

JOINT WARFARE EXPERU1ENTS . 13.664 13.6S4 24.8S4 20. '84

HAVY WARFIGltTlNG EXPERIHENTS AND DEIlONSTRATlDNS".,." 20.584 20.584 39.884 38,964

HIHE AND EXPEDITIllHARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, 31,719 37.719 38.2'9 38.368

TOTAL, ADYANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPHENT"" .•.•..•••• 721.773 823.623 838.475 1.020.623

DEIlONSTRATlON & VALIOATION


AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS •.•• " ..• ,., •••• , •• , •. " 22.632 22.832 22.832 22.832

AVIATION SURVIVABILITY"" , .•. ,.'.,. " , 6.609 18.008 11.809 16.208

DEPLOYABLE JOINT COHHANO AND CONTROL..,.""" ••• , 79,449 79,"'9 64.329 64.329

ASW SYSTEHS DEVELOPHENT "" . 11.149 15.148 17.149 18.949

TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECOHNAISSANCE .. " , .•.• , 7.051 2.051 7,051 2.051

ADVANCED COMAT SYSTEHS TECHHOLOGY" ••. "., •. ' , , 3.384 3.3S4 7.394 5.784
SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER "INE COUNTERI1EASURES . .... HIO.731 140,731 147.331

SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE. 48.347 58,347 40.347 45.387

CARRIER SYSTEHS DEVELOPHENT"" .. , , " " ..... , " " ..... 144.965 146.4S5 164.885 158.365

SHIPBOARD SYSTEH COMPONENT DEVELOPHENT .• " ••• , ••.••• , , 20.431 28.431 32.431 37.08'

PILOT FISH" , "., .""."".,., . 85.301 86.30' 85.301 85.301

RETRACT LARCH., •.• , •• ,."., 74,111 74,111 74.111 74.111

RETRACT JUNIPER . 20.528 20,526 20.626 20.526


RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL., 1,112 , ,112 1,112 1,112

SURFACE ASW" " .. 2.508 4.606 5.006 4.506


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SSGN CONVERSION .....••... .............. 88,988 71,488 88,988 70,188

ADVANCED SUBIIARIHE SYSTEH DEVELOPtIENT .••. ...... , ... . .. 52,7« 96.744 85.444 94.744

SU8""RIH~ TACTICAL WARFARE SVSTEHS .. . . . ... . . . . . .. , .... 8,027 8,027 8.027 6,027

SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED DESIGtt •..•••. ................... 7,879 " ,679 22,879 21,079

AlWANCED NUCLEAR POWER $YSTUS, .....•.••....••.•. , 201,239 :IDl.239 201.239 :IDl,239

ADVANCEO SURFACE MCHINERY SVSTE"S •.• 1,488 7,488 1.488 8.588

CHALK EAGLE ....... . . ...... 17 ,483 17 ,483 17.4e3 17,463

LITIORAL CO"BAT SHIP (LCS) •. . ............ 1~B,071 188,071 158,071 1S8,071

CO"BAT SVSTE" INTEGRATlDN.,. ............. ............. 88.838 93.338 100.838 99,091

CONVENTIONAL "UNITIONS .................... 42.539 42,539 42.539 42,519

"ARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES .•..•.....•••... 240,B95 240,896 240,895 240.895

"ARINE CORPS "lNE/COUNTER1IEI\SUR.ES SYSTEI'IS • /JItJV DEY ••• 1,215 1.215 , ,215 , .21!i

HARINE CDRPS GROUND CDH8ATlSUPPORT SYSTEH •.......•.. 19,100 19.700 28,700 28.300

JOINT SERVICE EXPLDSIVE DRDNANCE DEVELDPHENT ..• " " , . 12.385 17.885 12.385 17,060

COOPERATIVE ENGAGEHENT. •. , ..... , ... , , ......... , .. , . 72,808 90,806 72.600 87,806

OCEAN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOP"ENT •• 18,180 18,180 18.180 11;1,180

ENYIRON"ENTAl PR.OTECTIOH •••..•......••. 30,127 30,127 33,127 32,227

NAVY ~ERGY PROGRAl1 .•..••..• .. .. . . . . .. .... 1,7t3 1.713 3,713 1,713

FAC ILITlES IHPROVEHENT ..... ,. , . ........ ... . 1.440 1.«0 1.«0 1,440

CHALK CORAL ................ ......................... 81,453 81.453 61.453 61.453

NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY,., , ••..••..•. .. . . .. . . . ..... 7,691 21.691 10,091 18.191

RETRACT ptAP LE . 30D , 864 300,884 300.884 300,864

LINK PLU"ERIA. to!l.383 105,383 105,383 105.363

RETRACT EL" ... ............... ,. 43,7SS 43,7SS 43,7SS 43.75S

SHIP 5ELF DEFENSE ... ................ 9,733 9,733 9,733 9,733

LIHK EVERGREEN ................... _ 96.798 95.796 95,796 95.796

SPECIAL PROCESSES __ .................. 53.450 53,450 53,450 S3.4S0

NATD RESEARCH AND DEVELDPHENT ... 7.941 7,941 7.941 7.941

LAND ATIACk TECHNOLOGY .. , •. .. .. " " ..... ' 63,434 146.134 89.434 121.034

NONLETHAL WEAPONS .•••...... ...... , ....... 43,44!1 43,445 44.446 -40i.44S


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ALL SERVICE COMAT 10ENTIFlCATlOII EVALUATlOII TEA" ..... 16.765 16.768 15.06S 15,065

JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTE"S ..•.•.•••. 24.304 24.304 24.304 24.304

SINGLE INTEGRATED AIR PICTURE (SlAP) SYSTE" ENGINEER .• 18.053 16.053 15.053 18.083

SPACE & ELECTROItIC WARFARE ISEW) ARCHITECTURE/ENGINE .• 31.369 38.369 36.369 37.869

TOTAL. OE"OIISTRATIDIi & VALIDATION . 2,600.048 2.837.948 2.734.925 2.821.685

ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING OEVELO""ENT


OTHER HELD OEYELDPtlENT .•...•.. 66.7EW 66.784 87.784 88.764

AY·8B A,IRCRA" • ENG DEy, .... ..................•...... '0.627 8.027 10.527 6.727

STANDAflllS OEY£LD""ENT .. 50.Q63 53.063 SO.Q63 50.063

"ULTI·"ISSIDH HELICOPTER UPGRADE OEYELOPIIENT. 76,898 76.998 76,998 78.996

AIR/OCEAN EOUIPMENT ElOGINEERING . 4,309 3.079 4.309 3.079

P·3 1lO0ERHlZATlOII PRDGRA" . 7.306 11.306 19.606 14.7545

WARFARE SUPPORT SYSTE" .••.. 1.485 5.266 2,000

TACTICAL COII"ANO SYSTE" ••••. 68.606 72.305 62.005 66.258

E 2C RADAR PlODERNlZATlDtt. ..•......


w
352.296 347,296 352.:198 347,298

H·' UPGRADES , . 90.689 90,689 92.589 91,989

ACOUSTIC SEARCH SElOSORS. 1!1.131 18,831 15.831 11.131

Y-22A ,. 441.142 441,142 398.142 407.142

AIR CREW SYSTE"S OEVELDP"ENT . 6.766 19,785 6.765 ' •• 365


EW OEYELOPIIENT .. 268.70' 28~. 701 21;9.201 286.701

TAC AIR DIRECTIONAL INFlWlEO COUNTERMEASURES ••.•. 14,000 12.000

VHXX EXECUTIVE HELD DEVELOP"ENT... . . 197.431 197,431 197.431 197,431

JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTElO • NAVY (JTRS·NAVY). 87,943 90.443 67,943 69.693

st·21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTE" ENGINEERING .. 1,037.987 927.987 1,025.487 1,064.367

SURFACE COIlBATAHT COgAT SYSTE" ENGINEERING ..•... 205.733 24S,733 213.233 215,933

LPO·17 CLASS SYSTEIIS INTEIlRATlOH .. 7,9!19 7.969 7,969 8,989

TRI-SERVtC! STANDOFF ATTACK NlSSlLE. 25,131 16.137 25,137 21,137

STANDARD "ISSILE I"PROVEMENTS •..•.. 76.927 69.927 86,927 81,927

A I _ . "C" .. 88.514 92.814 91.614 92,014


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55N·688 AND TRIDENT "DDERNIZAlIDN .....•...... 80.816 17 .816 83.8'6 17 .915

AIR tONTRDL ................... 10,472 10,472 10.472 10,472

ENHANtED "DDUlAR SIGIOAL PROCESSOR. 1.000 1.008 1.008 •• 006

SHIP8DARD AVIATION SYSTE"S •.•..•..•. 18.382 22.352 23.882 23.852

CDIlBAT INFO_TION CENTER toNVERSlllH ...•.•. 21.244 13.244 21.244 13.244

NEW DESIGN SSN ............ 112.355 158.885 141 .5~il5 185.306

SSN-21 tlEVELOP"ENT5 •........ . .................... 13,482 4,"82 26.982 24,107

SUIIMRINE TACTlCAl WARFARE SYSTE" ... ... , . , ............ 32.238 28.738 38.738 32.738

SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN' LIVE FIRE TaE. ................. 138,017 75.117 138.267 13~.867

NAVY TACTlCAl CO"PUTER RESOURCES ..... ................. 2.267 18.287 2.287 12.867

"INE DEVELOP"ENT....................... ............... 1.497 1.497 ',497 ',-497

UNGUIDED CDNVENlIDNAL AIR·LAUNtNED WEAPONS .....•. 9.701 9.701 14.701 12,201

L1GHll/EIGHT TORPEDO DEVELDPI1ENT .............. 3.442 7.442 3.442 8.242

JOINT DIRECT ATTACK "UNlTION ............. 33.029 33.029 33.029 33.029

JOINT 5ERVICE EXPL05IVE DRDNANtE DEVELOP"ENT ... 8.1;JB 8.138 8.138 8.138

PERSONNEL. TRAINING. SI"ULAlION. AND HUIIAN FACTORS .... 1,94' 1.941 1,94' 1.941

BATTLE GROUP PASSIVE HORlZCft EXTENSION SYSTE" . ........ 16,iJ42 16.942 18.942 16.942

JOINT 5TANDOFF WEAPON SYSTENS ......... 778 5. ~75 175 5.025

SHIP SELF DEFENSE IDETECT a CONTROL) .... 40.930 46.930 38.816 42,1115

SHIP 5ELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: HARD KILL) ....... 23.076 24.576 41.076 24.876

SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: SOFT KILL/Ell) ... 3:5.:508 46,508 .cs.!ioe 54,108

"EDICAL DEVELllPIlENT..................... 9.121 75.,521 23.093 71.066

NAVIGATIONfID SYSTEfI ..... .....•....... 45.726 45.72f1 45.728 45.728

DISTRI8UTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM ................. 28.758 28.288 30.755 28.255

JOINT STRIKE FIIlIiTER IJSF) ............................ 2.171.736 2.105.736 2.216.536 2.183.538

SIIART CARD. ...... , .................... , ........... 662 652 5.2 552

INFORMTION TEOINOLOGY DEVELOPflENT ... ............. 6.838 8.835 8,835 8.83l5

INFORMTlON TECHNOLOGY DEVELDPflENT .. .. 3D.S62 88.682 47.562 66,112

DEFENSe INTEGRATED MILlTARY HUMN RESOURCES SYSTEfI ... 76.724 73,724 78.72" 73,724

Il\JLTl·"ISSIDN IlARITI"E AIRCRAFT ("IIA) .•...•..... 76,243 58,743 76.243 72,243


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NAVY STANDARD INTEGRATED PERSONNEL SYSTE" (NSIPS) ..•. 4.853 4.1lS3 4.853 4.853

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

TOTAL. ENGINEERING & "ANUFACTORING OEVElOPrlENT.. '" 6,239,357 8.215.781 6.395.485 8.488.889

ROT&E NANAGENENT SUPPORT


Tl<REAT SINUlATOR DEVELOPNENT .•.•..•.•.••.•.•. 28.004 26,004 28.0041 >B. 004
TARGET SYSTENS OEVELOPNENT ••.. .
. . . ..... . . .. 37.838 37.836 37,838 37.838

1tAJ0R T6E INVESTNENT •.. 43.908 43,908 43.908 43.908

STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SIIPPDRl • NAVY .• 4.431 4.431 5,431 9,431

CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES. , , .. 40.728 40.728 4D.726 40.726

FLEET TACTICAL OEYELOPNENT .•... 2.006 2.006 2.008 2.008

TECHN1CAl lNFOIU1ATION SERV1CES ... .....•..... 728 18.726 1t!1.226 27,576

ftAHAGE"ENT, TECHN1CAl & INTER:NATIONAL SUPPORT. 30,236 30.236 32.736 31,488

STRATEGIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT .••. , , • , •.••••• , •••. 3.883 3.883 3.883 3.863

ROT&E SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IlANAGE"ENT ••••..••.. 84,865 84.885 84.685 84.885

ROT&E INSTRUNENTATION NODEAHIZATlON •......•. 13,554 13.S!5. 13,S64 13,554

ROT&E SHIP AND AIRCRAFT SUPPORT .... 78.848 78._ 78.848 78.848

TEST AND EVALUATtON SUPPOR:T ... , ... 298.471 258.471 258 ••71 259 ••71

OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CAPABILITY ............ 12.094 12.094 12.094 12.094

NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) SUPPORT ..... 3,187 ',187 3.187 3.187

SEW SURVEIL.l.AHCEfRECONNAISSAHCE SUPPORT, ..... 12.091 12,091 12,091 12.091

NARINE CORPS PROGRAN WIOE SUPPORT ........•.... 16,63e 29.835 21,135 29.635
--_._- ...... _................... ............ -- .... .. ..................

TOTAL. ROT&E ~ANAGENENT SUPPORT . ..... , .. , ........... 651.123 681.123 674.823 698.223

OPERATIONAL SYSTENS OEYELOPNENT


STRATEGIC 5<JB & WEAPONS SYSTE~ SUPPORT ...•. 104.793 '04.793 76.693 86,193

SSBH SECU~ITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRA~ ...•.••. 36.408 38,408 38.408 38,406

SU""A~INE ACOUSTIC WARFARE DEVELOPIlENT •. 2,955 7.955 2.955 5.955

NAVY STRATEGIC COI1~UNICATIONS .•.. 27.357 27.357 27.357 27.357

RAPIO TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION tAn). 14.882 14,662 10,000 10.000

F/A .. 1! SQUAORONS, .. , 179.Q.47 179.~7 179,047 179.047

£-2 SQUADRONS. ............. 9.083 20.083 14.083 19,763


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FLEET TELECOH"UNICATIONS (TACTICAL) ..•.•.. ........... 16,484 26.484 16,484 23,484

TO"AHAWK AND TGHAHAWK "ISSION PLANNING CENTER (T"PC),. 71,38S 78,386 81,386 77,365

INTEGRATEO SURVEILLANCE ST5TE" .. 14,278 20.278 14,278 19.378

A"PHI8IOUS TACTICAL SUPPORT UNITS .•.. ... ............. 6,862 6.662 6,662 6,852

CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEtiS DPiELOPptEIIIT ....• 21.719 22,719 21.719 22,719

CRVPTOLOGIC DIRECT SUPPORT. ......... 1,488 1,486 1,468

ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) REAOINE5S SUPPORT .... 11,927 11,927 11,927 11,827

HAR" I"PRQVEK£NT ••.•..... . .................. 49.391 53,381 49,381 62.181

TACTICAL DATA LINKS, ..•.. 44.626 44.526 44.526 44,528

SURFACE AS\; C0Il9AT SV5T£" INTEGRATION •. 12.179 25,179 12.179 23,379

"1(-48 ADCAI'. 17 ,227 17,227 17 .227 17 .227

AVIATION IMPROVE"ENTS .... , 80,073 74.573 80,073 69,323

NAW SCIEHCE ASSISTANCE PROGlWt. 7,239 7.236 10.708 10,709

OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER SVSTEHS ..• " . , .• " , . , .••• , . 82,751 62,751 62,751 62,751

HMINE CORPS COKKUNICATIONS SYSTEH5 ... , .. 235,722 249,722 236.722 251,172

"ARINE CORPS GROUND COHeAT/SUPPORTING AR"S SVST£HS ... 35,439 42,438 37,169 42.439

"ARJHE CORPS COl'f8AT SERVICES $UPPOfIT ... . 19,723 19.723 19,723 19,723

TACTICAL AI" "ISSILES .......... ,., ....... , ...... 2.322 2.322 2,322 2,322

AQVANCEO "EOIUH _G£ AIR-TO-AIR HISSILE (MOM"} ..... 9,297 9,297 9,297 9,297

SATELLITE COIl"UNICATIOIlS (SPACE) •. " .... .............. 379.S41 282,041 364,541 271,291

INFORI'IATIOH SYSTEt'lS SECURITY PROGRAM ... 18,4(W 2',404 2',404 25.704

COBRA JUOT .. 89,389 89,389 89.389 69.369

NAW "ETEOROLOGICAL 1«0 OCEAN SENSDRS·SPACE ("ElOC). 4,966 4.966 4,_ 7.9tI6

JOINT C41SR 8AnLE CENTER (JBe) •.... ............. 50.413 50,413 36,513 45.413

JOINT "UITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRA"S ...... .. 5,314 5,314 5,314 6,314

TACTICAL UNnANHED AERIAL VEHICL.ES ... ................. 66.521 46,321 102,921 65.721

ENOURANCE UN"AIINEO AERIAL VEHICLES .•. 101, •• e 88.048 10',.48 101,448

AIR80RNE RECONNAISSANCE SVSTEIIS .. '3.345 20.346 28.445 27.295

"MNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTe"S . ........................ 13,717 18.717 13,717 16,717

DISTRIBUTED CO"ftON GROUND SySTEMS ....•. .•............ 4,421 8.621 4,421 8,971
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IlODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT .••..•.....••.. 1.044 7.044 15.044 13.644

DEPOT IlAI NTEIlANCE (NON-IF) ............................ 9.073 9.073 9.013 9.073

INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ............................... 54,583 54.593 63.593 84.993

HARITINE TECHNOLOGY (HARITECH) ............. 10,068 13.086 14.069 ".869


~ .............. _.... .. ............ .. ........... ............

TOTAL. OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS OEVELOPtIENT •. ............ 1.873,329 t ,646.363 1.910,389 1.882.369

CLASSIFIED PROGIWIS ................................ 1.028.497 1.016.695 1.043.095 1.032.920

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

TOTAL. RESEARCH, DEV€LOPHENT • TEST & EVAL. HAW •... . 14,106,653 14.666.239 14.886,36' 15.146,353
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{In lhOUlOnd. 01 dol....)

BUdllol
Reauaat Hou•• santlo Conferon..
NIVERBITY RESEARCH INIT....TIYES

Center for Southern Tropk:al Adveneed Remote Sensing

10,_ ",­ 91,_ 92,519

(Note: only lor CSTARS ground segment lor eddillonol

H1.llIles; hardware and software to acaommod8ta

mluion-apeclli: noed8 01 the US 80uthem Command;

additional capabIlities assodated with ectentJflc use of

thelaClllly)
+5.000 +6,000 +5,000
Southem lJnlvel'OlUas Raoaarch A88OCia1lono (SURA)

Coa8tal Ooaan ObaarvOUon Progl'Om (SCOOP) (Nole:

only 10 continL18 d8Yek)pment 01 an Integrated ~em of

ocean sensors and models for 8 rsglonsl networt< 01

integrated data)
+6,000 +3,000
Center for Marillma Syafemo (Note: only lor

Improvemonta In high-speed fl)Idmdynomtoo .....roh

capabllttle8 and university research programa in naval

.rohlleoluro, hydrodynamioland ooaan anglnooring)


+3.600
Armed Forceelood aatety and 8KUrfty research
+4.000 +2,BOO
Center for Nanosclence and Nanom8\erlala
+6,000 +3,000
Low Temperature Res.arch Genter
+1,000 +1,000
MEMS Sen.or for roiling 81emenf bearing8
+2,000 +1.450
Nanomatarials for high p.rtormanoa coOUnga apPlloation
+1.000 +1,000
Neural englneertng tor human responee augmentation
+2,000 +1.000
IEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCU 311,517 379,017 314,517 379,817
Quantum OpUcal Science and Engineering ~ next
gen.rallon 01 lechnology In optloall_mUnlo8tlon.,
optical computing, opUoaleignal proc:888ing, and
quantum code breaking +5.000 +1.000 +2,500
Integrated WMD detection Bnd collection l)lltem (Note:
only 19 develop and produce an integrAted NBC detection
and cottBCUon &y8tem that will merge COTS nuclear and
chemical de1ectton deVlc81 wUh a Imall biological
collection device abeady demonstrated on the Manne
Corp. Drag"" Ey;, lJAV) +3,000 +2,100
Conler lor Photoohomloal Scienoaa (Note: only lor
continued 8Uppcr1 of 'he Cerrter lor Photochemical
Sciences) +2,600 +500
Academy for Closing and Avoiding Achtevernent Gape +1.000 +1,000
Cantar lor Advonoad Power Systomo (CAPS) • moved 10
line 5 +5,000 0
Nanoscale architecturel from protein nanocagee +2,000 +2,000
Neutron detector
+',500 +1.000
Power and proputslon technologies for the etectrk:al

Naval force· mowd to line 44


+2.600 0
RobotiC countennlne 1echnology
.,.;',000 "1'2,000
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4 POWER PROJECTION APPUIO RESEARCH
Non·Nne.' Dynamlca' Control 01 Chaol (Note: only fOr
.n alIon by the lnS1huta of Scientific R....rch In
oonjunction wlth DNR .nd SPAWAR 10 support ongoing
alIono to .xpedit. e"'"" oontrol rese.rch)
B~
Regueet
114,144
Hou..
144,144

+4,000
-
128.774
Con_
144,244

+3,400
Inlerroga'or for high-speed retro relleclometer covert
communicatlon& +4,000 +2,000
FireUdar (Note: only to contlnu. tile development 01
lechnology thai wUl permh dateclion through ornol<., fog.
water end other Obaturants) +2,000 +1,600
Advanc.d Dovolopmanl .nd Domons'fll'lon or Eloc:trlc
Aclualor Iechnology (Nol.: only tor tho daveloPment or a
ehipboard-qualiliad oIOClric actuator to replaoo hydraulic­
powered .ctuato..) +2,000 +1,200
Hyb~d lidar·Rada, lor improved optical imaging (Noto:
only to InllBollg.te tho appIlcallon of Hybrid Udar·R.dar
to underwater. bkmediceland atmospheric Imaging) +3.600 +1.700
Kill AoIli8l AH-W.athar Targeting S\'8f8m (KAATS) (Nola:
only to coollnU8 davelopmant and da""",stralion of UAV
mounted tMgh resohAlion BAR for Btl welSher pfllcialon
1I1l1.ling) +4,~ +3,150
Device Inlegration of WBG 8emlconduetorB and
CrysUllline O'ldeo +2.000 +',400
Ullfll-5hort Pulse Le..r T.chnology +2,000 +',400
Rad.r Infr.red Imaging +2,500 +2.100
High Efficiency Piazoeloc:tric Cryot.'. +2,500 +2,100
Integralad High PayoN Rocket Propulalon Tachnology
Program (IHPRPn +1,000 +t,ooo
Nanocompoaite warllesOa • moved trom line 113 +2,550
UCAV-N Naval Pl'8CI81On Strnce Openttton; budget error·
transferred to line 18 -26.000 ·26.000
Hypereonlc funding (NAIl- exdUde. HyFIy ",820 0
Space Acc8s. INAI) ••>cctudell Hyl'1y -2,450 ·1.500
Advanced MuIlI-INT ExploiUltion System (AMIES) +4,000 +2.800
Chemical Mapan detection for UAV applications +2,000 +1.400
Combuslion light 98" lor N.val Surfa.. Fire SllPIlOrt
program +5,000 +4,250
Free Electron Laser +10.000 +7.000
Gallium Nltrtde (G.N) microelectronics and malerial.
developmenl +e.ooo +3.000
Integrated blologie.1 werlare tachno!ogy plalform +6,000 +5,150
Intelligenl control.y....m. tor SWARM Unmanned Aort.1
Vehides +5,000 +4,250
Tho"""1 management of anvironmanUll1y ancIooad
ground lIalions and computlngsyS1em. +7,000 +5,250
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5 FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH 75. 15,4IllI 114,114
Center for Advanced Power SyotomB (Note: only lor
Electnc Ship R&D Consortium (ESRDC) for .~dI1lonal
Inst,umen.taUon and power generation equipment to
complet81he t881 bed) +6,000 +4,000
s.n.ry c;tt.rginV technology (Note: only 10 conUnue on~
expand the a_ng program to develop advanced battery
cherglng .Igorlthmo) +2,500 +2,125
Deployabl. Fill., Optic force Protection Syotem +1,000 +1,000
Corrosion modeling software +4,500 +3,160
Fuston procenor and Integrated contextual reasoning +7,500 +6.400
High .tftctency quiet e1ectrlc ~nY& +2,000 +1,400
Integreted tuel processor -fuel cell system +4,000 +2,400
Low....l, rapid prolotypelprocluctlon lechnology for
polym.r1calrcra" components +3,000 +1,500
Wjniature autonomous vehk:1e8 +2,000 +1,200
Nanostruetured compoahe marine coatings +2,500 +2,500
Projeet Endeavor +4,000 +3,400
Solid O~de rage_I"" fuel cell +3,500 +3,000
Structura' ",liability of FF'lP compooites +4,000 +2,000
Unmanned 888 SUrface vehicles tor ~rttlme missions +7,000 +4,200
6 MARINE CORPB LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY 31,m 33.778 32,778 +32,778
Advsnced L••d AcId Bsnory Oevslopmenl for MUtery
Vehicle. +2,000 +1,000 +1,000
I HUMAN SYSTEMB TECHNOLOGY 0 2.000 0 l.ns
PotyktneUcs: Materi818, electronics. and computer
t.chnOlogy (Note: only 10 .....1""'. po!l>m.r 8IlpllcBtlona
tor noise redUction, radar ablOlPlion, fire protecUon,
surtace wear prevention and enYlronmenlal protecdon)
+2.000 +1,726
9 MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER
TeCHNO~OGY 0 0 1,lOO
Vlnusl Company (VC) Link +1,800
10 COMMON PICTURE APPLIED RESEARCH 59.022 74,822 90,022 +91,1597
Nallon.1 C.nter for Adv.nced secure By8lemS R....rch
(NCASSR) +7,500 +7,500
Common Sensor Module· microelectronic aansora tor
unattended surveillance at remote sites +3,000 +1,800
W.b-b.sed technology IlUI8rtlon for lhe EWT (Note: only
tor Increating interoperabillly amongst legacy systems
tor expediUonary Wl!lrtBrB) +1,500 +1.275
Coa8tal Area and Tactical Mapping System· proYIde the
Menn. EllPeditlon.ry Fo.... wfth n.)lIlI"""ration
alrbome-seaMlng laaer-mapplng aye'em • moved 10 line
11 +3,500 0
Trans'.r 10 RDUE. OW PE 0603785E -2,000 -2.000
AIREP +7.500 +10,750
Exp.dlllonary SInk., Group N.twork (3rd FLEET) +5,000 +4,250
M2C2 +7,500 +2,000
NAif +5,000 +5,000
NaYal automat"'" and tntormalion management
technology +2,000 +1,000
Theater Undersea Wartare Initiative (TUSW) +6,000 +6,000
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low Volume Production (Note: only to conhnue
develClpm.nt 01 advanced aftordable kJW wlume
component rebuRdlng lechnology uoing a new gonel'lltlon
of laser technologle8)

Budgel
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HOUle
90,'"
+2,000
-

92,983
Conference
+f01,711l1

+2.000
Marine Memmal Aeaaarc:h Program· "attonal research

facility for lila atudy of dolphin and _Ie haartng +2,200 +1,100
Single_' Carbon Nanollba Low Oba"",abla Malarial.
for Navy Staalttl 8lJpHeationa +5,000 +4,000 +4,500
Nallonal Unmanned Undaroaa Vahlcla (UUV) Tast and
Evaluallon Center (NUTEC) - complete e><lenslon of
range equipment and lnfra8t~ure +6,500 +2.750
Three dimensional prtnUng metalworking project: • to
further 1'8"f18 and 8lCP8nd 1"e capabilltles and Inlegrauon
01 the 3Q procaaa +2.000 +1.400
Fibrous MonolIth Materlala- aoceIerBle Inaerllon of
Fibrous Monotilh materials tor Navy BPplk:ations +5.000 +2.500
Portable lJlngu8ge Tnanslatlon System end Computing
Plsltorms (Nola: only to complale three prototypes of
Pocketebla lJlnguaga Tranelation Systems and
Computing Plattonns) +3.000 +2,100
Novel Malerlals Synthesis end CharllCla,lzation +3,500 +2,450
Aerospace malerlsllacMoIogy oon80rlium- only 10
continue the link of g~mment. Indu8trtal and ecademle
lnatllutlona Yla a protolyp& well·baaed portal +2.500 +1.875
Human eyeteml technology +',100 +1.000
Integrated Biodefense Researd1ln"lative
+2,000 +1.000
Porous Matetiala Reaeerd1
+',000 +1,000
Fonmabla eligned carbon thermostats IFACTS) (Note:
only fot lho development 811d demonstration of tho
FACTS prodUct form) +1,500 +1.000 +1.250
Naval Training, Perfonnance. and &perti8e +500
Advanced fouling and corrosion control cOltlngs +8,000 +Ii.800
Advanced Matar\als and tnte'"Oent PrOCes8I"G center +2,500 +1,250
Agile Vaccinology "'4,000 +4.000
Biodegredable Polymers fot Na.al App/lc8llona +2,250 +1,575
Bioenvironmental Hazama Raaaarch Program +1.000 +1,000
Carbon roam Program +2.500 +2,125
Cooatal Aree and TlIClical Mapping Syotem· provide the
Martne Expeditionary Forces with next·genemtion
airborne-scanning laaer'Omappmg 8Y8t8m • moved flom
line 10 ...2.000 +2.000
Diagno8tiC Tool tor Blowartar.lnfllcted Infectious
Diaease +4.000 +2,000
Optimlz.ing adapttYe warlior performance +3.000 +2,100
Rapid and highly sensttive delectlon of blowarfale agenl5 +3.000 +1,600
Titanium matrix comp08itet1 program -'3,600 ~1,OOO
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12 AF SYSTEMS APPliED RESEARCH 44,018 45,519 52,519 48,118
Vessel and Port Sectlrity Demonstration (Note: only lor
radar and 8en80r integration for a port aecufity and
8urveDIance demonstration) +1,500 +1,000
T••n.ler to ROT&E, OW PE 06037B5E -5,500 ,5,500
Advanced Microwave Ferrite reseerch +2,500 +1,500
AdYanoed semiconductor matenel. +2,000 +1.400
HIgh bote......lecIron IOU"'. +3,000 +2,100
Maritime synthetio range +5,000 +<4,300
Wldo bandgap silicon carbld. s.mlconduc1o. r....roh +1,500 +1,000
13 OCEAN WARFIGHTING ENVIRONMENT APPUED
RESEARCH 41,785 70,&16 62,286 63,010
Ooo.nogrephlc BeI1lOIe lor Mine
CountermeaaUrnfAutonomoue Menne 5enliOl'l • (Note:
only to focus on developmenl at sensor program to
rapidly Identify trace Imounts ot d1880'l\led organic
compoUllds) +5,500 +<4,675
Center for Maritime Systems .. 8Upport ongoing research
pro}ecls. Including offol1& rel8led to the design of high-
sp••d and littOfOI ships +<4.000 +2,800
South EBst AUantic Coastal Ocean ObeeNlng System
(SEACOOS) • C<lnsortium d••oIoping • region.' COB.t.'
ollseNing &)'Sl.m +6.000 0>6.000 0>6.0Il0
Extondsd cap.billty Underwater Optic Irnoging (Nol.,
only 10 pro.ld. an InnCMItJve capBbllily Ihat wlllsuppori
und.rwOleflnIBRIgonco, SUMllllanco and
Reconna1asance. Homsland Delense and environmental
t

uS&lament) +4,500 +2,250


9ioluminescenc& Tnrth Date Management end SlgnBlure
Detection· expsIWlon 01 the database of
bioluminescence meaaurement8 +1,800 +1,000
Tronsfe.\o ROUE. r1W PE 0603765E ·2,500 ·2,500
15 UNDERSEA WARFAIlE APPUED RESEARCH 82,1ill3 70,883 77,083 +77,733
AlT (6.76-lnch dla) ~1I1·MIa.lon Undoroaa W.lIIlon +3,000 +2.550
HIgh Powered Ultrasonk:a - Shlpbome Waste Treatment
SyOl"," +1,500 +1.500 +1,500
Uthlum C.rban Monollourido Battery +1.300 +1.000
Low AcoLlOllo Signature Motor/Propulsion lor EleclricoDy
(LAMPleY) Powored Und.",. Vehitlaa (Nota: only lor
suppor1 of -In range- vehtde testing .t the NUWC
acoustic reng.) +2,500 +1,500 +1,750
AN/SaS·53C mine dotoclion and cla••lticatlon
enhancementa +2.000 +t,700
Magnotoreatrtctlwe Trenaducllon (TEAFENOL·O) +4,500 +3,150
MEMS-IMU l"'Podo dol.noe application. +5.000 +3.500
Ie MINE AND EXPEOlTIONARY WAIlFARE APPLIED
RESEARCH 47,490 47,490 41,490 +41,490
MobIle Unclerwol., Coastal Su....lI.nco System +1,000 +1,000
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l' POWER PROJECTION AOVANCEO TECHNOLOOY 226,471 230,610 210,178
Uncoolod High RlIllOIulion In'rared Sonao..
+4,000 ~3.400
Lorge Area MuHi·SpectroJ Sopphlre Wind_lor

AIlbome Reconnalesance
.2,000 .1,700
High-Speed An~·Radia~on Demone'..Uon (HSAO)
+6,000 ~5,100
Primad WIring Boar<l8 (PWB)
~5,OOO +4,250
Low-Cost Guided Imag'rlg Rockel (LOGIR) (Nola: only 10
develop and test guidance and controletrategtea and
e..ka' elgnoJ proceaelng a1gortlhme In a elmulaUon
en'iir1)nment, evaluate 8nd acquire 8 smaM inertial
naYiga~onoJ syetem (INS) lhall1lo in a 2.75 inch diameler

mlestle)
~3,500 ~3,ooo
Advanced Thin Film Coatlnge (Nola: only 10 eupport the

development and qualification of applique lind fle_

OLEO lights)
+6,000 +5,000
Low-power mega·pe_nee UAV p"""",elrlg anginas

(Nola: only to llCCOl....te technOlogy adverweo to meet

the dIIIlcult compulatlonal cholIenge of o,,"board ..noo,

procetelng capabilities fo, UAVs)


.7,000 ~1,500
OP·2 Thruet Vectoring Prog,am
~10.ooo ~5.ooo
l.Ilaer Reda,· aUlonomous IlIIge1lrlg lind destruction of

~me ot1ticaltallJels lor CN"'" MilUllle Real-11me

RatallJeUng
+6,000 +3,000
Integraled Hypersonic AGrOmechanlco Tool (IHAn •
integrale mutti·(fiacipUn8I1, time, manpower. and cost
requirementa 'or designing, or evaluating candklate
deslgn8, hypersonic WG8pon& system, +4,000 ~3,500
Inlegraled High Peyotl Rockel Propulsion Technology
(IHPRPn ~l,ooo ~l,ooo
Jolm PIOgram Office'or UCAV -2,500 -2,500
UCAV·N Naval Prscl8lon Strike Opore~n; budgste"or·
transferred from line 4 +25,000 ~25.ooo
Hype..onic funding (NAI)· lIlCCIu<les HyFly -4,866 . 0
Space Accesa (NAI)- eaud.. HyAy -210 0
Advanced UIllng Body ....earch program .5,000 +6,000
High EnellJY l.Ilaer-Low Aspect TOIlJet Trecklng (HEL­
LAm +3,000 ~2,100
High Speed, Heevy-Ult, Shallow Draft-e/lpeble
Watercraft Demons1ratton .g,ooo ~7,650
Magdalene RIdge ObselVefOry ~15,ooo ~10,500
Precieion Strike Navigator ~I,OOO +1,000
Sole,JE'eclr1c Alrpllll18 Military Telecommunlca~ne
Reley Demonstration ~1.000 0
Ve,lebie Erlgine Nozzle ~3.000 +1,500
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18 FORCE PROTECTION ADVAHCEDTECHNOLOGY 55,710 123,030 87,1l1O 125,31D
Avlatlcn Ground Navigation Sy.tam (AGNAS) .2,000 ",700
Dam. Control Operation. Concepts (OCOC)·
technology InsenlOn and mllnpower redLlcuone 'or LHO
8. DOG 78. OO(X), CVN 21. and LCS Ship Classeo .2.000 .1.700
Wueless Programmabht Logi¢ Controllers
Technoloolaslor Futura Nayal Cal>Bblliti.. (FNC)
+1,250
",250 .,.,00
.1.000

QUlId Hull Security ClIluon Technical Demonstration +5,000 +2.600


L...r welding (Not.: only to complete development and
qual"1catlon of the laser welding proce..) .3.000 +4.000 +3,_
SUjleroonduCling DC Homoploar Molo' +8,000 +5,600
E·2C Inlrared s.an:ll and Tract< (IRST) Technology
Experim8i1l8tion .2,750 .1.375
High T.mperatura Suporoonducllng AC Synchronous
Ship ProPUlsion Motor (Nole: only to DOntinuo the
devalopmenl of a DO(X) sim AC aynchlOl1Ollll High
Tompo_,o Suporoo_ng Motor) .5,000 .'0,000 +8,000
Global P.raonall..ocator Be.con (PLB) (Noto: only ttl
continue the dewtolJment of the Global PLB Smart
SenBorWeb) +2.500 .,,750
Project M (Noto: lOlly to continue Pro)ecl M for
applk:ation 01 Ieclmology to mlligate phyaioal shoot< to
craw .nd p....ng.ra 01 the MkV patrol craft) .5,000 +4,700 +5.000
Largo Unmanned Undersea Vehlole (LUUV) Toal Sed
(Nole: only to .upport the design ollhe LUUV Tell Bed) +2,000 ",200
Intermedillte moclutus COTS carbon fiber qualfflcattorl
(NOle: only to oompl8le Iho qualification of new. lower
coat, commercially available lntennedia1e modulua
carbon fibers for NIIVY aircraft and mlsslles) +4,000 .2,000
Wlrele.. Sensor Ne_ (Nole: only lor the W I _
Sensor Natworlc for Toto! Ship MlOlltorlng Pro/8CI) +1,500 +1,000
DockShoot< - A Ship Shook Tell Systam • to mature Itle
DockShock concep1to conduct nesr shore ship ahock
le8Ung • moyed from line 1I 5 ",COD
Littoral Suppon Craft. E>tperlmen\8l +20,000 +14.000
Advanced WatOljIl 21 +2,000 +2,000 +2.000
LSC(X)- budgot.d lunda ayallable only lor advanced
IIt11ng body {S,OOOI {S.OOOI
Agile Port end High Speed Ship Technology +5,ooD +5.000
Compoafte Special Operation. craft .1,000 ".000
High porlormance Ngh_ghl generator ~,OOO +3,600
Remote conlinuoua ensrgeUc malena! menut8C1urtng
pyrotechnic IF! decoy. .2,000 +1,200
Unintenuplible PEM Fuel Call.u_'1on +3,500 +2,975
Wsw power demonstration proied +4.000 .3._
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20 COMIIIOH PICTURE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY e9,184 12,194 77,194 IO,S94
ConlOfldaled Undal'l8B Situational Awe,. . . . System
(CUSAS) +4,000 +4,000 +4,000
T.chnology IM.rt!on Support (Nol.: only lor Technology
Ins.rtion Support lor tho EJipodIlIonllry W.rt.,. T.stbed
.t N.voJ COO....I Stotlon) +1,000 +1,000
V....I Trocklng (Nole: only 10' progr.m 10 .dd'... how
b.ot to oIIOCllvoly trock shipping v....I8) ~,ooo +4.400
Shipboord Automol.d Rec:onstruction CapobJlily
(SHARC) +4,000 +2,000
21 WARflQHTER SUSTAINMENT ADVANCED 54,7114 71~ eo~ e7,944
H.val Malntononee Manag.ment (NotAl: only tor en
IntOllIg.nt Wort< Managomant Syotam lhalllroamlin..
required n1aintenance and predicts fallurn 80 prevention
malnlen.noo con Ilo porIonned) +1,000 +1,000
Photonlc machining applications +1,000 +1.000
preciaion labrlcation o'large curved _ ahlp structures
to achieve extremely cloae tol.ranees aJ;Id stealth.y
characteristics lor nOlCl generation ahIpll +6,000 +2,500
Reduction of cataputt post retraction eld'1sust discharge
(Note: only 'or Iho fI1UdY 01 the u.e 01 dry lubr1cllntB on
aHdlng machanl8ma 10 pol.nllally eHmlnale overIJoald
discharge 01 011) +1,000 +1,000
AUTOaEN· commerclBli181ion phaae to parelletize multi­
pro<:easor driven epplk:atlons fot naxt generation
.hlpbulldlng +3,000 +3,000
IMPRINT (Note: only to continuelho devoiopmenl and
InlegraUon ot Navy manpower and PGmnnel
c1...llicallon 10018) +1,500 +1,000
EmerglngICrldcallnl.rconnectlon Technologlet Program
(EICITJ- to continua the Uquicl Cryatal POIym.. (LCP)
project +4,00ll +3.000 +3,500
Automallc Conlalner and Cargo Handling Syslem +4.000 +2,000
DetMa. Iyslema modemlzalton and sustelnmen'
Inltla11ve +1,000 +2.000
Energy and anvtronmenlal technology +5.000 +4,250
EJcpeditionary log"ltlca softwo.... development +2.000 +1.000
Extreme environment urban werfllre renaron +1,500 .',000
fllglttihanger deck cleaner Improvamenta +3.000 +2,5$0
tntegrated aircraft healltl mansgeft18nt +3,000 +2.550
Tltsnlum matrbc CompOSl1eB progFllm +1,800
On·lln. electlOohydrodynamlc IIl1er +3,000 +3,000
22 Rf SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY 45,(75 55,475 62,475 12,775
Remot. Ocean SurvaIJlance Sy018m (ROSS) (Note: onlV
to initiate a proot·oI-e:oncept demonltrstton of multt­
spectral 88nIIor and image proce ••lng tech~ogy for
remote 00'08" eurvettlan..::e) +3.000 +2,100
Highly Mobile Tactic" Communlcallon. (Nole: only lor
In..groung modHied Iridium olf·_ _ hardware and
software Into the • •ting tactical commlllk;ations
ay..ema) +2,000 +1.700
SCOUT (LPI) Radar Demo..I,.,lon (Noto: only for
demonstration and evalUlltion of the u.. ot actvanced low
probabtllty of In"mept, SUI'Y8lI'ance radars in Itnol1lll
operational and cOI!IIstal aurvllttlance envtronmenl$) +5,000 +2.500
APY·6 Real·1Ime P...cIslon Targeting radar +10,000 +5,000
Common affordable radar proceeaor +7.000 +6,000
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24 MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOOY
DEMONSTRAnON (ATD) 56,404 74,504 85,404 91,154
C3RP (DNR) prated #C2297 (Nol.: only 10 conllnu01l10
eXisting program) +4,500 +3,900
USMC UAVIUGV Wao"'bIo Computer PlojecleC,9154
INol.: only lor 111. In'agrallon 0I"'8I8g1c 00_'0 ond
pertll/lBralll 10 o n _ cornmoNlond contn>I) +3,000 +2,550
Advanced Ughl SUlka Vahlclll (ALSV) +6,000 +3,500
Conler lor Excellence lor Robotics, Advenced
T.chnology Oomo +2,000 +1,400
Tatopraoonl R""id Aiming PloUonn (TRAp)
Advancement Program +2,500 +1,750
Rapid Rapolr, Pon8bla ProdUdion (R2P2) +1,000 +1,000
Rapid deptoymanl fortiflcalion ....a +1,000
EJCPedftionslY WBrtBte waler purificaUOn +9,000 +6,500
Man-portable qUodNpolo raeon.onee landmlno del8Cllon +6,000 +3,500
Mobilo Firo Support Syol.m (MFSS) l20mm morta,
program +4,000 +2,900
PlOjod Albert +5.000 +4,250
Transportable Transponder Landing system +7,000 +3,500
28 NAVY TECHNICAL INFORMAl1ON PRESENTATION
SYSTEM/JOINT EXPERIMENTATION 181,0118 151,088 138,0118 138,0118
lnoulficlanl jUSlKlOaIion -16,000 ·12,000
29 TECHNOLOOY 1',43& 30,_ 14,435 25,835
Navy M.dicol Syotem Conligu",lion and Taol B.d
(NMSCTB) +7,000 +5,950
Nursing Teleheatth Reeeerch Program +3,000 +2.550
Ofgon Tranolor Solaly +3,000 +2,500
Center for CollllboraUon In MecfIC8I Modeling and
Simulation +3,000 +1.500
POrtable Do.1ce 10, Ramo'a ProdUCIlon of IV Flulde and
PollenlSpedlic IV Therapleo +3,000 +3,000 +3,000
30 UNDER9EAWARFARE ADYANCEDTECHNOLOOY 88,188 88,18t 51,188 47,088
Hawaii Under88. Vehicle Teat and Trelning Environment +2.500 +2,100
Prtmamelnc modlflcallon 01 !he S08-63C ounoce ohlp
sona' +7.000 +3.500
SAUVIM +1,600 +1,300
5.. T.0I10rT.....d AoouotlcNra'fO .2.000 +2,000
31 JOINT WARFARE EXPERIMENTS 13,884 13,884 24,884 2Q,l84
JSIMS ·4,000 .... ,000
National Security Modeling, Simulotion and Training +15,000 .10,500
32 NAVY WARFlGHnNG EXPERIMENTS AND
DEMONSTRATIONS 20,884 20,584 3S,_ 38,884
Transfer from OPN +18,000 .,6,000
FORCEnot Lim~od Objectlva E"""rlment.· I,onelarnod
IJQPIline ee .3,400 +3.400
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33 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED
TECHNOLOGY 31.719 37.719 38,219 39.389
Ext"""" Terrain Medico' Evocuatlon Vehicle Pilot (Nolo:
only lor the developm8ll1ond tee1ing of tile leu. XlV) +2,000 +1.700
Modeling lI1e W.lTlar . . . Cognitive Syotem +2,000 +1,700
Clee.n Modeling lor Mine end Expedillonory Werfer.·
Implementation of In integratBd, IUstalned, ocean·
ot>eervlng eyotem, tile firel component of which ia
GoMQOS +2,000 +1.000
Augmented reellty progrom +2.500 +1,250
Hyperopeetr8llmege. lor lI1e Coeetal Clee.. (HICO) +4.000 +2.000
36 AVIATIDN SURVIVABILITY 8._ 1',OQlI 11.109 18,209
Allbeg Altanu8led Allbome Troop seat - ehoped a1rbag
under troop seat +2.000 +1,000
EqUipment Lile Eldenlllon Program (ELEP) (Note: only 10
fund In Equipment Lne Extenston Laboratory for
deftnlUon ollyetema no longer procurable but crtUcal to
tuncncnltlty 01 weBpOns syelems) +4,200 +2,500
Rotocroft Eldemel.Ailbog Protection (REAP) (NoIe: only
lor lI1e continued dOV8lopmenlend leetlng of REAP) +2.000 +5,000 +3,500
Advonced Helmet Vlelon Syelem (NoIe: only far
continued development 01 lho modulor Adv_ Helmet
Vioion System) +4.000 +2.400
37 DEPLDYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL 79,449 79._ 84,321l 84,329
JFCOM Tro/nor -9.600 ·9.500
Transter to OP, N lor instailltion of ~llms -5,520 -5.520
38 AIIW liYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 11.148 16.149 17,148 18,949
Nonlinear OynamlclSlocnastic Resonance +4.000 +1,800
CloymomMer1ne +1,000 +1.000
LASH Antl·liuI>rnarlne worlom +6.000 +6,000
39 TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE 7,051 2,061 7,051 2,051
UAV conOpa deYelopment- duplication 01 enorts ·5,000 ·5.000
40 ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOQY 3.394 3.384 7,384 6,794
Improved shipboard combat infonnation center +4,000 +2,400
41 SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE
COUNTERMEA&UR~S 140,731 1&0,731 140.731 147,331
Mtne Countenn088lJme ( _ : only lor lI1e Venom
Penotmlof) +4.000 +3.000
Remole Mlnehuntlng Syetem (RMS) (Note: only for risk
reduction of mlnehuntlng Mil8lon modules tor littoral
combat Ship (LeS)) +6,000 +3,600
U SURFAC~ liHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE 45,347 58.347 40.347 40,387
Novy liurlaco Sh" Torpedo Delen.. (SSTO) +3,000 +2.650
Anti Torpedo Torpedo (ATT) (Nota: only for lI1e continued
development end lesting of low COIl An components
begun under SBIA NOh084) +6.000 +4.000 +4,500
AWWSQ·ll obllgetlon and ueoutlon delaye -12,000 '10,000
43 CARRIER liYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 144.985 145.405 184,9115 165,365
AviBUcn Ship Integretlon Center (Noto: only tor tho
eetabll8hmen\ olll1e Aviation Ship In1egmllon Cenler al
thoVASCIC) +2,000 +14,000 +9.800
Adveneed eatlleetatlon' 00cIai0n Support Syelem
(ABSlDSS) • conoolidalod eitu8llonel awarene.. by
COmbining technologlel 01 egent-baaed dectslon ~n
and batUeepace vllltJ8llzBtlon) +1.500. +6,000 +3,600
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44 SHIPBOARD SYSTEM COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT 20,411 28,431 32,411 37,011
AulOmated Maintenance Environment +4.000 +2.400
E_magnellc louncher Roilgun Progrom • to build
and demonatrate technotogy +2,000 +1.000
CircUit Breakers +1,000
Centor 0' EllC81tence for Advonced NovoJ Propuloonl +1.000 +1,000
Improved Surt_ Ves'" Torpedo Lounchtr +3.000 +1.500
Power and plO\luillon toeilnologJes for the electrical
Novol force· rna_Irom line S +1,760
MTTCIlPI +8,000 +8,000
49 SURFACE ASW 2,506 4,801 5,OOS 4,506
ASW Risk Reduction (NOle: only tor MPP/ACRI SSIR
Ph... 3 for ASW rillk reduetion) +2,000 +2,500 +2,000
80 SSGN CONVERSION N,1I88 71,4118 N,lI8S 70,111
Tactical Navol Fires Copllbilld.. +2,500 +1,200
81 ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT &2,744 116,744 8&,444 114,744
Optical Flbar SonOOlll +2,000 +1,700
MK·48 Torpado Improwmont. (Note: only 10 conllnue
MPP/AoPB Phase '" SBIR technology insertion inlo the
MK 4B ADCAP torpedo, +&.000 +4,200
Fiber Optic Hull Mountod ArJay (FOHWI) +2,000 +1,400
Fiber Optic Towed Anay. (Note: only to develop Iho nOld
ganaration fiber optic towod "'aye 10 enl1anca Ihe
periormonoe, relleblllty and effoldoblily lor liltorel
environmenta) +4,000 +2.800
High PerlorTnonoe Brush Technology Pnlgram See Tes18 +4,000 .8,700 +7,400
Advanced Composite Sell Phase II +5,000 .2,000 +2.500
Patriol Pa,,- Radar &y.tem ",000
Advanced SUbmarine Technology .21.000 +10,000
Submarina Payloads and SeneOIll Prognm +20,000 +10,000
Rolary Electromognal1c (torpedo) lounoher ayotam
(REML) +2,000 .1,000
53 SHIP CONcEPT ADVANCED DESIGN 7,8711 11,8711 22,6711 21,0711
Document AulornaUon for Condjtion Based Maintenance +2.000 +1,700
Total Fleet suppon .2,000 +1.700
Small CombOlant Croft· Seslion technology
demonBtration .'5,000 .9,000
small Combolant Crall· Seolion I""""ology
demon8~tion situational awareness modukl (Note: only
for oI0CtJ0nlos c1evatopmont) .1,000
56 ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS 1,481 7,411 1,488 8_
MolaR", Motedlll8 Advonoed Oovatopmonl and
Cedlticallon Program +-4,000 +3,400
Oockside Abroslve Wol.~ot Cultlng +2,000 +1,700
51 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS) 161,071 IN,071 1&8,071 111,071
Miaslon Modules ...25,000 ...10,000
Ship Ooslgn -15,000 0
Earmark 01 funds for ml'.1on modu6es and integration 175,000) 151,000)
58 COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION S5,83B 93,338 100,838 88,081
AdVanced Loser 0 _ Arrays (J\l..OA) +2,500 +2,125
Lo'er Induced PIa.mo Channeling (LIPC) System
Compact Laser SOUrces +4,000 +3,400
Maritime Directed Energy Test and Evaluation Center
(WETEC) .'4,000 .6,730
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63 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBATISUpPoRT
SYSTEM 19,700 19,700 28,700 28,300
ElocIromagnetic gun inltlatlve +1,000 +1,000
Nautralizalion of laetllty thraats +2,500 +1,750
Urban cps environment research +3,500 +2,450
W88ponization of no\l8llachnolog~ +2,000 +1,400
64 JOINT SE~VICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE
DEVELOPMENT 12,386 17,1IS 12,386 17,_
Megnlto inductlve MIFDS (Nota: only for SDD lor MI·FD) +5.soo +4,875
65 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT 72,506 1ID,Ii06 72'­ 87,_
Cooperative Engagament Capability +18,000 +15,300
67 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 30,127 30,127 33,127 32,227
Integrated Marine Mammal Monitoring and Protection
Syalam (I MAPS) +3,000 +2,100
68 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM 1,713 1,713 3,713 1,713
Proton Exchange membraAe fuel oeD trial +2,000 0
71 NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY 7,691 21,591 10,091 18,111
Collaborative LogIstIcS ProdUCllvlly (CLP) +8,000 +6,100
Joinl Engineering Data Management Infonnation and
Conlrol Syalem (JDMICS) +3,000 +2,500 +2,500
Ufe Cycle SaVIngs Ihrough MethlnelY HoaIIh Monitoring
(Note: onl~ davelop the IeChnologi88 n88dBd to
"",Iement condition-baaed maintenance practices) +5,000 +3,000
79 LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY 63,434 148,134 111,434 121,034
Affordable Waapon Syalem (AWS) (Note: only to
continue development of the AWS) _,000 +28.000
Advanced Medium Gun Demonstrator (Note: only lor the
Advanced XLA MedIum Caltber Gun OemonBtrator) +4,000 +3,400
TES·N and P·3 ground ataIlon (Nole: only 10 Inatall a
tacllcal ground _on at PalUXllnl Aiver NaYal Air Slation
In oroer to proVIde ..al·time data to Naill' alraen) +2,000 +1,700
Joint Fires Natworl< • continue de\I8lopment of the
Tectlcal Dlaaaminalion Module (TOM) +1,000 ,1,000
Autonomous Na~al Suppon Round tlI,OOO +20,000 +17.000
M·Code Anti--.lam Of'S Receiver Communication link
(Nate: only to demonBtrat8"" transition of technotogle8
developBd by SBIA Phe.. Uprogram to hyperaonlc
projectile.) +1,000 0
Local Situational Asseasment Segment Adjullc\ to re&-N
(NOla: only tor llie development 01 an LSAS operaUng
capability b&eellne 10 support Ani,,"TerrorlBt Force
Pro_ion (ATFPJ) +5,000 +2,600
GeeS oommon applications tor targolinglland attack +1,500 0
Consolidate program management lor JFN and JSIPSoN +20,200 0
Hardened precialon aeneora for mi68i1ea and projectUea +4,000 +2,800
Mllkmnium gun syBtem +2 1000 +1,200
80 NONLETHAL WEAPONS· DEMIYAL 43,446 43,_ 44,445 44,448
Non·lethaI technology ..aaarch, Marine CoIp. _ea",h
UnlYerelty +1,000 +',000
81 ALL SERVICE COMBAT IDI!NTII'ICATION EVAlUATION
TEAM 16,785 16,761 16,086 15,085
Insufficient jUltlficatlon ·1,700 ·1,700
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ARCHITECTURElENGINE
Coalillon Wa~a", P,og,am (CWP) Operational
Auessmen1 (Note: ontyto complete development,
accredita.tion and deployment ot Ihe CWP baaed MulUple
B.,.
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31,_
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36,3611 -­
38,_
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37,Ml1

Level securily (lolLS) archlleeMe) +4.000 +2.800


Ad.anced wireleaa leclInoiogy +5,000 +3.500
81 OTHER HELO DEVELOPt.lENT 16,784 111,784 17,784 11,714
Advanced hellccpler low cable +1,000 +1.000
Advanced cable design fo' mine and lubmerine warlere +1,000
112 AY-8B AIRCRAFT· ENG DEV 10,527 1,027 10,527 1,727
Moving MIIIl ClIIlebillty· 'edUce rilk In highly concurrent
ochedule ·2,500 ·1,800
83 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT 1O.0e3 53,013 10,083 50,013
Navy Meteorology (Nole: only 10 continue ongoing
program) -Hl,ooo +3,000
Joint Tacllcel Radio Syo1am (JTRS) • new sla~ 10
integ'''''' JTRS into e,,,,,,," premeture -3,000 ·3.000
96 A1R1OCEAN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING 4,_ 3,071 4,_ 3,01'9
Inl8918tlon of metrologM:al and oceanographic aeneors
on HAEUAV pntmatufG -1,230 -1,230
97 P·3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM 7,306 11,306 19,_ 14,7M
P·3C AnIl·Su~ace Wartlll8lmprovemenl Program (AlP)
Phasad Cepebllity Upgrade (Nole: only 10' Integreled
tactical picture, Unk 16, '&8CUC8I common data link and
eleclro-op1le pradl;on gOO-I_tlon eftollS) +4,000 +12,300 ~,160
ALR·05 SEI networkl"ll progrem +1,300
III WARFARE SUPPORT SYSTEM 1,_ 0 1,2IlI 2,000
NaYsI Coulal Wartare -1,468 ·1,468
Integ....ed Cond"lon _sement Sva- (teAS) +1.800 +1,000
Upgrade of mobile inshore undeFle8 Wlrta", units with
deplO)'IIble 8U1Onornouo d1atrlb.led aystoma +2,000 +1,000
99 TACTICAL COMMANO SYSTEM SI,I05 72,306 12,_ 88,255
3D Common Operational Picture +2,000 +1.700
ANJUYQ-70 Based IT-21 C4ISR Upgradea +3,000 +2,550
GCCS common applications for Iergellnglland eneck
(moved 10 Lend Allack Technology) .1,500 0
FORCEnel LimIted Objeotille Exp.rimenta • trenal_ned
10 line 32 ·O.soo -ll,800
100 E·2C RADAR MODERNIZATION 352,291 347'­ 362,288 347'­
Excessive management support costa ·5.000 ·6,000
101 H·l UPGRADES 90,589 90,819 92,589 91,919
Inlagrated mechenlcal diagnootlca, UH·I/AH-IZ +2,000 +1,400
102 ACOUSTIC SEARCH SEN'DRB 15,831 11,531 15,131 17,131
Automatic Radar Pertecope Detection and DlscrlmlnaUon
(ARPDD) (Nol.: only to accel...te ARPDD 1010 Kle SOD
ptlB8e lor more raplfJ IntroducUon oC the &8Chnalagy 10 the
Fleet) +5,000 +3.600
ASW 8eftlo,... maintain 2003 levels based on !'8Yiewof
ASW 'way ahead" .2,200 ·2,200
103 Y'22A 411,142 411,142 391,142 407,142
Trans.er to ROT&E, OW 10' SOCOM ATA ·43.000 -34.000
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104 AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT .,7•• 18,765 .,765 16,3116
Night Vision Tub. Technology Dowlopmont +4,000 +3,400
Joint Holmot Mounted Cueing SyoIom (JHMCS) (NolO:
only 10 provide JHMCS wtlh nigltt YIoIon copablUtl.s end
enhanced situational aW8J8ne•• by expancing the nski of
vi.w ond Including oymbology in tl18 gogglo.) +7,000 +4,200
105 EW DEVELOPMENT 256,701 265,701 219,201 281,701
Intograled Def.nslve Eloctronlc CounlellM&llurae
(tOEeM) • oon""ue deYOlopmont tOIling ..a,ooo +'2.500 +9,000
ACETEF .nd JRAAC (Note: only 10' d.velopment 01 a
,.a,,",time 11nk for the Air Combat Environment T881
Eyoluetion Fecillty and tho Joinl R......h Analylls
_mont Cento,) +',000 +'.000
105(a) TACTICAL AIR DIRECTIONAL INFRARED
COUNTERMEASUREB (TADlRCM) 14,000 0 12,000
AnUmiosH. Technology +14.000 +'2,000
'07 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM· NAVY (JT1lS.NAVY) 87,843 110,443 17,843 111,883
Supo""",duolo, Micro·Electronics p,ojOcI. development
of an al·dlgllal transceiver I'" tho JTRS program +2,500 +',750
, 01 SC-21 IDD(X} TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM ENOINEEIllNCI 1,1137,1117 827,1117 1,02&,417 1,084,317
WI,"..o LAN Ooolgn Toolo (Noto: only 10, P..... III to
conUnue dovelopmem and Imptementallon 01 the
wlroleas LAN on ohlps) +1,000 +1.000
Kn_go Projoclion for ~ Maintenance (Nol.: only
10 continuo .nono 01 NSWC Crane In developmont 01
new tochnologloo fo, improving UBe of oyolom knowlodll.
to etnciently provide a cost.fleclive approach for
maintenance operatlona) +4.000 +2,000
Modular Rl.dlo +3,400
OO(X) AR.rnatl.., englno +20,000 +7,000
OO(X) Ship doolgn ·'00,000 0
O~Xl SyoIemo design ••xcessive managoment oupport
cosl. -'5,000 ·15,000
Delay In volume eearch radar '10.000 ·'2,500 0
O~X) Advanced gun system••1oW
obllgatlonle_dtture of 2OO31und. -5.000
OO(Xl Integrated pow.r syolOm· .1oW
obilgalionlelCpOndhu", at 2003 funds -5,000 0
Volume Sea"'" RodsrrS' Band Roder Dev.lopment +28.000
109 SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM
ENGINEeRING 205.733 245,733 213,233 215,Il33
Smert Integl8tod Ollla Environm.nt (SIDE) (Not.: only
10' tho development oIa SiDE prototype) +'.000 +1.000
Deployabl. SmartUnk Communlcallone upgrade (Note:
only fo' tho PI18se III SSIR 10 procur., lnstoll.nd oper.le
additional SmartUnk syal.m !o, t.sting and deploymonl) +4.000 +2.000
·S· Band Redar de\l8lopment +35,000 0
Improved l8.dinoa. tOl AN/SPY·l oarioo ,adsr +3,000
Integrated logistics (IDESC) +400
Open arohatecture upgl1ldBs +5,000 +2,500
Silicon carbldo MMIC Produclbility progrem +2,500 +',300
110 LPD-17 CLASS SYIIT1!MS INTEGRAnON 7,918 7.918 7,l118 ,,918
Wlrel••• galeway upgrade project +',000
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111 TRJ.6ERVICE STANDOFF ATTACK MISSILE 26,137 18,117 26,137 21,137
Aircraft integration premature; excesaive 9OY8rnmenl
managem.nt aupport cosio '9,000 -4,000
113 STANDARD MISSILE IMPROVEMENTS 78,827 _,827 88,927 81,927
Nanocomposlte Warheada • moved to line 4 +3,000 0
Slow 2003 c:onlrOClew.Rl; requi,ement oppe.'"
undonned ·10,000 0
Extended range _.Ir wort.,e +'0,000 +5,000
114 AIRBORNE MCM 88,914 92,514 '1,614 12,014
Repld A1rbome Mine Cleorance Syslem (AAMICS) +4,000 +2,000
AO&-20 Alrbom. mlnehuntlno aonor +3,000 +1,500
"5 SSN-88a AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION 80,815 77,515 83,815 77,116
Affordabl. Towed "'roy ConetNellan (AlAC) (No1II: onl'(
tD leeele...tl Fleet introduction of new, more reliable.
"be' opllc towed .".y.) +2,000 +1,400
DockShock· A Ship Shock Test Sya1em· to malure the
Dodl;Shodt conOlp' 10 conduct: near shore ship sheck
lestlng • moved 10 lin. 19 +2,000 0
Lltloral TOCUcal Arr.y System (LTAS) (Nole: only tor
d8llelopmenl to .upport re...n:h and doveIopmenl and
.t.... velld.tion of the LTAS capability) +2,000 +1,400
6uIlm.nn. Syolllmll Equl_t Development·
Qp.r.tlonoI EVIlIuOllon schedule doIa~ -6,000 -4,000
Premature d8II8topmant of commo fa, WIV. -3,200 -3,200
Subm.rin. Integraled .nlenno .yotem +3,000 +1.500
118 SHIPBOARD AVIATION SYSTEMB 11,352 22,3&2 23,852 23,852
Avtation ShIpboeRllnformalton TIChnology InitI.tIve
(ASlm) ~ ItreamKne mlormation Iysteml on earners for
eIllcient ll1gh! _rotiONl +4,000 +4,000 +4,000
Machine Vision comlrmation oIlawx:h bar angagement
oyllem +1,500 +1,500
119 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER CClNVER6ION 21,244 13,244 21,244 13,244
Common Underaea Picture· new start '8,000 ·8,000
120 NEW DESIGN SSN 112,355 188,855 141,858 155,308
Vlrglnl. CI... SSN Development· SSIR Ph••• III
re....n:h to ottobli.h .nd extend. tochnology lnaorlion
program lind promote enhanced commonality wit" other
Cl....ubm.rtn.. +8,000 +5,000
Virginlo CI... multl·mlooion module • In"l.t. OVIlluollon
of modulor paylo.d concepto to lnom.. capoclty .nd
-.my +2,600 +10,000 +5,000
Sullm.nne Technolcgy lnoertlon +4,000 +3,400
Q.70 Submonn. Common Eloctronlco EqUiPment
Reptacement +9,000 +7,650
Vlrglnlo CI... SSN O8IIoIopment +25,000 +10,000
Submarine combat control system architecture +J,OOO +2,100
VlrglnN!ll Clale ·lmormatJon 88$urance +8,200 +5,800
Vlrglnl. Clooo • Nelwor1< Centne .n:h"OClure +8,000 +4,000
121 SSN-21 DEVELOPMENTS 13,482 4,482 25,882 24,107
SEAFAC RInge ·9,000 0
SEAFAC RIng. Upgrade +12,600 +10,825
122 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEM 32,238 211,738 38,738 32,738
Submonne woopon COI1trotlYO_ +4,000 +7,000 +4,000
ANlBSG·1 MII_ IIIlChodute deloy ·10,600 ·10,600 ·10,600
Submarine tBCltcal control &y8tem +10,000 +7,000
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123 SHIP CONTRACT DESIGNILIVE FIRE T6E 136,017 75,117 136,267 135,667
LHD-8 Penormance-8lllIed Loglsllcs (PBL) (Note: only
fo, Ih. PBL support plan lor the propulsion and auxiliary
systems) +2,000 +1.400
LHA(R) ·64,900 0
Heavy lilt LCAC • inouflic;snl juell1icaUon -6,760 -6,760
UNOLS research vessel ..4,000 +2,000
124 NAVY TACTICAL COMPUTEA RESOUIlCES 2,287 10,287 2,:167 12,667
Secure Vok:e System +3,000 +2,550
AN/Uya-10(y) System Technology Imp""",m.nta +11,000 +6,350
Secure Rapidly Reconligurehle Arohllecture for USS MT
WHITNEY +3,000 +1,600
128 UNGUIDED CONVEJfTIONAL AIA.LAUNCHED
WEAPONS ',701 0,701 14,701 12,201
Lighl DaI.nde, +5,000 +2,600
127 LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO DEVELOPMEJfT 3,442 7,442 3,442 6,242
Mk 54 Torpedo P31· irllJr0Y8 .nBy performance and
rellsblllty +4,000 +2,600
133 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON SYSTEMS 77& 5,77& n5 5,025
EleCl,omagnetlc test de_toh powar m1C1'Owave
(HPM) bomtllels (NOla: only tor the Inlell'8llon and
teMing at HPM sutMnuntliona in a JSOW bomb
8nca.ernent 01 other weapons at China Lake NAS) +6,000 +4,250
134 SHIP SElf DEFENSE (DETECT CONTROL) 40,_ 48,030 31,515 42,716
Integrated Rsdar Opllcal Surveillance & Sighting Syatem
(IROS3l (Nol.: only 10 SUIlIl0rt meluralion of ahl1ll>oenl
protection requirement, ayatems InlegrsUon and
daploym.nt oI1ROS3 radar, sensing copaWIII.. serosa
one battlegroup) +6,000 +4,200
IRST Can..lletlon -2,414 ·2,414
135 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: HARD KILL) 2a,Il7S 24,876 41,078 24,578
Phslan. SEA RAM (Note: only 10 complete devetopment
of Ih. SEA RAM uogrede) 1'4.000 +18,000 +4,000
Evolved Sos Sparrow Mis.lle (ESSM). schedule delays;
slow obllgatlon/expendlture of 2003 lunda ·2,600 ·2,600
136 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: SOFT KlLUEW) 35,50S 48,508 48,508 54,108
suna.. Ship EW R&D Improvemen18 (Note: only 'or
suns.. Ship EW SSIR Phese III R.... rch snd
Development I""rovements) +14,000 +11,900
SEWIP - _ obligellonlexpendllure 012003 lunda -3,000 ·3,000
Advsnced redsr ebsorlling til.. +4,000 +2,800
NUlKA Improvemen18 +7,000 +4,900
Shipboard EW Protect +2,000 +2,000
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137 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT 8,121 76,521 23,093 71,068
Biomedical Research Imaging Cor. related to bane
marrow transplantauon. breast, and Pf'OItBta cancer +5.000 +3,000
National Bone Marrow Program +~.OOO +28,000
RUIlII Hoa~h Deployed Military P.tlont _ . +2.000 +1,700
ModIcaI ProcodUl8. Rofarence Tool (MPRT) +3,000 +2,560
Rural Health- center of ExceltencB for Remote and
Medically Unclor·SoMld Are.. (CERMUSA) +8.000 +5.too
Discovery, Ealty Oel.~, EYaluation Treatment end
Pl8YOntion In CIII1"'" R....rt:h (Nota: only lor tho
coordinal.d _ among the National Nevel Meclcal
Centar and a medlcal acadomiclr.... n:h Inslttula to
conduct be.lc and clinical .....rch to detect, evaluata,
tre'tlll1d pnwsnl mut'-'Ie 1ype. al canoer) +7,000 +5.960
Applied Cognitive Sclenoe Technologie. .1,400 .1,000
Dental Rese,"'" .2,000 +1.200
low ea., Retract.b1e Needle and Solaty Syrlnge +1,000 +1,000
Minimally InVlUllve SUIllical Technology Inal~U1. (MiSTI)
(Note: only to conllnue tha ongoing CSMe Program) +2,000 .1,000
HoeMh Query and Analy81a Syllem +2,000
Voctol1Kl Vooctna Reae'''''' Progmm .3,000 +1,000 .1,500
Noonel"lng bUdget roqueallO Justllk:a1ion
documentation -3.528 ·3.528
Coaatal Concor Conlrol .5.000 +3.500
018tnt88 Streamer &gniling System .3.soo +2.975
Hemoglobin Based OXygen Carrier +7,000 +5,000 +5,000
N.voJ Blood Re..."'" Laboratory +3.000 0
139 DISTRIBUTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 28,7115 28,2115 30,766 28,266
CENTURION (Nota: only tor the de'l9lopment 01 a fiber
optic remote powol1Kl underaaa OUlVOlllance eystam) +2.000 +2.000 .2,000
SChedule delay ·2,500 -2,500
140 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)· EMil 2,171,7311 2,106,738 2,211,1531 2,11S,636
Systel'nl engtneering and mia.ion ~ort -43.500 -27.000
Crftical design review -22.500 0
InllaUon adjuatment correction -28,000 -28.000
F-138lnlorchangeable Engine • "'siD'" Innelion
rDduallon +62.800 +52.800
F~ 138 InterchangHbIe Engine a riek reduction +20,000 +14,000
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143 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT 30,582 64,582 47,582 58,112
Fibe' Optic Components lor Millt.ry Appllcalions +2,000 +1,700
Re.dy Reapon"" C.nl.r +4,000 +3,400
InformaUon technology development ~ cl8Iance !eaming
(Note: only to continue thB eldsttng program) +4,000 +3.400
On·llne web-based learning development program (Note:
only lor CSUSB dav.lopmsnl 01 wab·bosed Mosler.
llegre. Programs 10 ...... th. needo oItha Defenaa
WO""OIOe) +6,000 +4,250
W.Can (Not.: only lor continued suppo~. dav.lopmsnt,
Bt1<I daployment 01 NCT·W.CAN, to _ . common
collaboration tool tor the Navy acrose an warfare areas
.nd domains) +8.000 +6,800
Ho~zontallnlog'.led Data Environment (HIDE) ­
accelerate delivery of the HIOE Protect under
dav.lopmllf1let SPAWAR +1.000 +1,000
SPAWAR Inlo""BtIon Technology Cont., +3.000 +12.000 +7.200
Maintenance Data W8rehoU88 (Note: only 10 cenuaUze
Navy aviation Ioglati08 database III"'ld infoonaUon
systema) +3,000 +2,260
Secur. Intaroctive DistribUlMll.8aming Program (SIDL)
(NOI.: only lor tho continued ~msnt 01 lhB BIOI.
leamlng aDftware system)
0.,..... Syalems TlBting .nd Producllvlly Initiative
(Nate: only fOf the continuation of the DBfenl8 Systems
+1,000 +1,000

Tesllng and ProduetMty Initiative, OtrIo8 of Navel


R.... rch) +3,000 +2.550
Virtual Perimeter ""'onltonng System +3.000 +1,800
Wlr.leu sensor Teohnolog* +2.000 -+-1.400
144 DEFENSE INTEGRATI!D MILITARY HUMAN
RESOURCES SYSTEM 78,724 73,724 78.724 73,724
Program reduction -5,000 -5.000
146 MULTI-MISSION MARmME AIRCRAFT (UMAI 78,243 58,743 78,243 72,243
SI option no longer part of the program '17,500 -4,000
lSI STUDIES AND ANALVSIS SUPPORT - NAVY 4,431 4,431 5,431 11,431
Fire noslBt8nt flbe... +1,000 +1,000
Future SIGINT Aaqulrem.nlBlJolnt ACS Program +4,000
155 TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE 726 16,726 16,228 27,578
Center for Commerclaltzation 01' Advanced Technology
(Nota: only to e"""nd lhB ongoing SUCC888ful program 10
includa planned unlV8lllly colliborellon) +10.000 +8,500
Lean PotI1ways 3 +3,000 +2,550
Supply Chain Practices lor AIfordabla NeV)' Systems
(SPANS) • to continue lor davolopment .nd edopllon 01
InduetriBl and logistical bes' praOlIC.s +3,000 +1,500
HTDV +8,000 +8.600
RCUH Englneol1ng Design Cent., +500 +500
Pacilic-Baaed Jolnllnro Tech Center +7.000 -+-7,000
287
BUdgot
A·l R!CIuellt Hou. Se_ ConterenOil
156 MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL .INTEIlNATlONAL
SUPPORT 30,238 30,238 32.738 31,416
Combating tenortsm wargaming and reHllrch +2,500 +1,250
161 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT 256,471 258,471 261,471 258,471
OMEGA Data Erwtronment (Note: only 10 inslell one
compatible datI acqulsnlOn Bnd ltorage ')'Stem tor aU
Navy Ioal rangee) +1,000 +1,000
155 MAIIINE COAPS PAOGAAM WIDE SUPPDRT 16,138 28,535 21,185 21,m
Com>elon Canter 0' Elu:ellence • Marine Corpa Program
WldeSuppon +2.000 +1.400
MuNl-Saneor A....lyzer Detector (MSAO) +2,500 +2.100
Chem·Blo Incident R..ponee Fo.... +2,500 ...1..500 +2,000
Chemical BIological Wanere Agent Delector ClIIp (Nole:
only 10 continue the InNlattve 10 provide CBIRF 1118/
respondoB with e low cost, nght weight, weerable
protection meae.... cspable oIdelectlng lhe praeonce of
even trace amounla of cnemicaland biological warlare
egente) ...2.000 +3.000 +2.500
E>epedllioneIY Wane.. Log_ T . . - (Note: only 10
Incorporate neld: oeneraHon wideblnd Information
pipeline lechnology end Inolallalion 01 ANIWSQ. 111 +2,000
Manne Corpe program wide auppon (Note: only lor
lieldlng alat..or·_art Chamleel, Biologleel,
Rlldlologlcel, Nucle8land E""losive (CBNRE) delen..
protection, deleCtlon. tnedlcaleuppon. decomamlnetion,
log1&tics support and reconnaiaaance 8YS'\8ms to Improve
the nallonel CBIRF end enhanced MEU mlaelone) +4.000 +3,000
169 STRATEGIC SUB. WEAPONS SYSTEM SUPPORT 104,783 104,793 76,813 56,183
Ellecttveneee enhencement (E2) Program -29,600 -29,600
Thin plele puraleed technology In ...t>merine balIerieo +1.500 ... 1.000
Prog<am grovoth ·10,00ll
171 SUBMAAINE ACOUSTIC WAAFARE DEVELOPMENT 2,865 7,565 2._ 5,1&5
Submar1ne Launched Unoral Warfare Weapon +5,00ll +3,00ll
173 AAPID TECHNOLOGY T1'tANSmON (WTT) 14,862 14,_ 10,0a0 10,llIIO
New IRan reduetton ·4,662 -4,662
175 E·2 SOUADAONS 8,013 20,013 14,Oaa 18,783
Non'Cooperelive ComllalldentltlceUon Capablilly +2,000 +1,700
E·2C. Program suppon AcIMly (Note: only lor $BIR
Phaee III developmenl of a rIIpid technology ineenkJn
program) +5,000 +3.500
E·2C Program Support AcIMly (Nola: only tor SBIR 10
pBlfOlm envtronmenl8l, ground. and ftlghtteala on
magnOlO rheological engineering development mod8~ ... 1.000
PMRF NeIWOrk Cemnc Wenera Teat BedlAdvanced
Hawk.,. TeoUng +4,000
26,484
+5.000 +4.500
23,484
178 FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS (TACTICAL) 16.484 1'.484
Joint Integratad 6yelems Tect1no1ogy lor AdVence<I
Dlgltel N_orklng (JIST-NET) +10,000 +7.000
177 TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK MISSION PLANNING
CENTER (TMPC) 71,385 78,316 81,385 77.386
P,_lon Terreln Aided NevtgeUon (PTAN) (Note: only
lor oontlnuetlon ollhe PTAN EMO) +7,000 +10,000 +6.000
176 INTEGRATI!D SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 14,278 20,27' 14,271 18,878
IUSS Maslon Planning end Autometlon (Note: only to
continue exilting program) +6,000 +5.100
288
Budgel
R-l Regueet Houee sen.. Conf....nce
lao CONSOUDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 21,719 22,719 21,719 22,719
Distributed Shipboard Cia.."",", (Note: only lor lhe
Bsttle Force TlIC1Icel Training (BFlT) Improvement
Program to tund e pilot Distributed Shipboard CIa..,oom
project)
111 CRYPTOLOClIC DIRECT SUPPORT
Newst811
183 HARM IMPROVEMENT
"..
",311
.1,000

'1""
0

53,311
1,4"

49,aal
.1,000
"'66
0
52,181
Ad.eneed Anll-Raclletlon Guided Munlllon8 (AARGM)
(Note: only tor SOD to _rete development end Inltiel
low ..te production) +4,000 .2,100
115 SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION 12,179 25,179 12,179 23,379
Sudeos ship ASW R&D improvemenls (SQQ-89) (Nole:
only for Sudeos Ship MPP SSIR ph.s. til .....rch .nd
_opmentlmprovoments) .12,000 .10,200
Common Surfece and Air Undersea Warfare -
ImpternentBtion of an Air and Surface Ship Peer Review
Procell integration approach for replacement of legacy
equipment .1,000 .1,000
117 AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS lO,on 74,573 10,073 19,323
Autom.ted WI", An.lysls (Note: Only lor lniti.1
doployment 01 AWA equlpm.nt, contlnuad .nglnoedng
required 10 profile add"lonai Navy aircraft. and to
continue engineering development and'evaluate
prognostic potential) +6,000 .3,000
Ag. E>cplorelion Mod8I (Note: only for. aoltw...
program to automate the maintenance procedural 01
Navy lIIrcr.U) .5,000 .3.750
NAVAIR Tochnology Commercialization Intil.ttve (Nol.:
only to Increase commercial technologies In the NAYAIR
'.bor.tori88) .2.000 .1.500
Dlgltellntograt.d CocI<pn Dlspl.y Sysl.m • "",laos
.n.1og WIth dign., conllguration .1.500 .1,000
181 NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE· PROGRAM 7,231 7,231 10,701 10,701
Normatizlng bUdgol roqU881lo Juslltlcollon
documentetion .3.621 -3,528
LASH MCWISR .7,000 .7.000
191 MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 235,722 241,722 238,722 211,172
Ship 10 Objective Monouver Cornmunlo8tions ­
demonstl1Jle and k'rtegrale Into OJC2, upgradee 10
communicallona equlpmunl ror comprehensive battlefield
piCture .6,000 +5,100
MeI8DaI. +1,250
Ned Genel8l1on Mobl18 E1ecIn>nlc Wort... Suppon +4,000 +3.400
DISMR...."'" .3,000 .2,100
Criltc8lln".81ructu'" Pl'Qlecllon .1,500
lmpr<lved hiuh perlormanoe ton9""f'Bnge radar transmitter +3.000 .,.2,100
192 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBATIllUPPORTING
ARMS SYSTEM 38,_ 42,439 37,119 42,439
MCAGCC Rongo lnotrumontolion (Nol.: only lor priority
upgraclu to .uppan MAGTF JNTCj +7,000 +5,950
Merine CarpI mounlllWcok:t weather clothtng and
equipmenl .1,750 +1,050
lSS SATEl.LJn COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE) 379,641 212,041 354,541 271,291
Covert ConvnunlCOllono .nd Inlormatlon Tranal.r (CCIT)
(Nol.: only lor the SPAWAR Cown Cornmunlootion and
Inlorm.llan Tronsr.r (CCIT) Project) .2.500 +1,750
MUOS -100,000 -25.000 ·110,000
289
Budg"
R·l Rogu..t House Son..e Confo.......
200 INFORIIAll0N SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM 1',404 25,404 21,404 25,704
Navy Intelligent Agofl1 Socullty Module (IA8M) •
enhanCOmenllll1d upgrado 10 exlsUng IASM PlOject .7,000 .5,500
SECURElclt .3.000 .1,eoo
203 NAVY METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEAN SENSORS­
SPACE (METOC) 4,_ 4,8ll8 4,8ll8 7,_
Radletlon Herdened Voctor P,oco..lng .3.000
204 JOINT C4ISR BATILE CENTER (JBC) 110,413 110.413 38,513 41,413
JEMPR8-NT .2.000
Insulllclent jUltlftcaUon -13,_ ·7,000
208 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES 18,521 48.321 102.121 ee,nl
Mlnlelure deteCllon d8Yloes for Nevy UAV peyl08d .1,000 +1.000
FIRESCDUT UAV .15,000 +48,400 .32,500
Precision Re-Supply Vehicle ~5,000 +4,250
Joint Opere1;onel T..I Bod (JOTBS) fo, UAVs +4,000 ~2,400
co..lltno Securtty Technology Inhletllle .3,500 .1,750
Teetlcel Control Syotom -36,700 -11.700
207 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES 101,_ 88,G48 101,448 101,448
)
G10bel HolM< moritime domonotrelion- ourvivablUty
pockago -8Aoo 0
Giollal Hawk montlme domonotrellon- _
obligollonoloJlptndltures of 2003 fundi -25,000 0
208 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS 13,345 20,345 25,445 27,2911
Advane-d Sonso' InlUobve • Advone-d Airbome lmego
Processor .7.000 ~,5OO
Advanced sensors • Slow execution 01 pr8viously
epPlOprtOled IUndo -2,000 ·1,000
Deployeble Unmonned SyoIBme for Tergetlng,
Elcplohotion. end Reconnol...nee (DUSTER) ~8,800 ~5,200
Akbome reconnslsnnoe ..MOra +4.000 +4,000
Muhl-spOCl18l gl...W1n_ lor el-.., reconnelssenee
podded ..noors .4,500 .2,250
209 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS 13,717 18,717 13,711 18,717
Advonced Alrcroft Collection Syot"", (NOIe: only lor
development and _ng of edvonced signs' colleotion
cepebllhi.. fo' Maritime Petrol and Reconne_nce
e'""oft In eupport 01 tho w" on Terronam) +1,000 .1.000
FJA-18EIF Shored Raconnoi..ance Pod (SHARP) +4.000 ~.OOO
210 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS 4,421 8,521 4,421 ',971
Enlerpn"" TellleUng and Sinka System .6,500 +4.550
Consolidate program management -4,400 0
212 MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT 7,044 7,044 15,044 13,644
Naval modeling and simulation .8.000 ~5,800
214 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS 54,893 54,813 83,813 54,"3
Navy Manufacturing Technology (MANTECH) progrem ~9.000 ~10,400
215 MARITIME TECHNOLOGY (MARITECH) 10,088 13,088 14,088 14,888
Maritime Technology Camer of E~8nce <3,000 +1,800
Automatic IdenUficetion technology +4,000 +2,800
290
ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) MAsTER PLAN
The conferees agree with the House position on the Navy's de­
velopment of the Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Master Plan. The
conferees request the Navy provide the House and Senate Commit­
tees on Appropriations with a full report of the results and rec­
ommendations of "Task Force ASW' as well as its plan for imple­
_ menting the recommendations.
"S" BAND RADAR
The conferees have agreed to fund the Navy's "S" Band radar
development as part of the DD(X) effort, as opposed to a separate
development effort as proposed by the House. The conferees make
this recommendation based on the Navy's decision to choose the "S"
Band radar over its original recommendation of the "L" Band radar
for DD(X).
COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY (CEC)
The conferees understand that the Navy is potentially pur­
suing a new strategy for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC)
development and system configuration. The conferees understand
that no decision has yet been made to change the strategy as pre­
sented in the fiscal year 2004 budget request which calls for spiral
development of hardware and software to a Block 2 configuration.
The conferees understand that the Navy may potentially alter the
development and acquisition strategy in such a manner as to affect
the Block 2 program presented in the fiscal year 2004 budget re­
quest.
The conferees agree that should the Navy determine an alter­
native strategy for CEC, the additional funds provided in this Act
for CEC Block 2 may be merged with and be available for purposes
similar to the purposes for which appropriated. The confe.rees fur­
ther agree that the Navy shall ensure the House and Senate Com­
mittees on Appropriations are fully apprised of the Navy's plans
relative to changes in the CEC acquisition strategy.
TAC AIR DIRECTED INFRA-RED COUNTER-MEASURE (TADIRCM)
The conferees agree with the House position with respect to
the development of Tac Air Directed Infra-Red Counter-Measure
(TADIRCM) and direct that an initial suitability assessment ob­
tained through the Early Operational Assessment (EOA) be sub­
mitted to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations
within 60 days of completion of the EOA.
TACTICAL CONTROL SYSTEM FOR UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES
The conferees agree with the House position that the fiscal
year 2004 request for the multi-Service Tactical Control System
(TCS) for multi-Service UAV control, is focused on Navy-centric
UAV systems that are neither multi-Service nor interoperable with
other UAV programs. The conferees also agree the Navy has a re­
quirement for a single system that will support the operation of
multiple UAVs from both fixed and moving platforms and under­
stand that the FireScout and Global Hawk Maritime Demonstra­
291
tion platforms, the focus of the 2004 TCS efforts, meet current
Navy needs.
Therefore, the conferees direct the Navy to restructure the ex­
isting TCS program to focus on its requirements. The conferees
agree to provide $25,000,000 to support the continued development
of the Navy's TCS program required to achieve this critical capa­
bility. The conferees direct that no fiscal year 2004 funds may be
. - obligated or expended for TCS until the Navy submits a report to
the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations, which details
its plan for this restructured program. At a minimum, the report
shall include the Navy's requirement for the TCS system, a plan
to meet standards based on interoperability, and the Navy's UAV
roadmap that justifies the requirement for TCS.
HELlOS REPLACEMENT
The conferees encourage the Office of Naval Research to exam·
ine developing a high altitude, long endurance unmanned aerial ve­
hicle to replace the Hellos in order to increase capabilities for high
data rate communications and remote sensing.
FUTURE SIGINT REQUIREMENTS/JOINT ACS PROGRAM
The conferees are pleased that in reviewing its future SIGINT
requirements, the Navy is pursuing a partnership with the Army
in the development, testing, and procurement of a Joint multi-intel­
ligence sensor and platform, the Aerial Common Sensor (ACS).
The conferees have provided $4,000,000 for the NavY to initiate
and pursue the development .and fielding of this Joint ACS pro­
gram. The conferees direct the Navy to report to the House and
Senate Committees on Appropriations by March 1, 2004, on its re­
quirements and future acquisition plans for this program.
UNIFORMED SERVICES UAV REQUIREMENTS
The development and use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
has become integral to each of the Uniformed Services warfighting
and operational plans. In many instances, there are common re­
quirements for these systems and similar technologies that can
meet these requirements.
The conferees direct the Under Secretary of Defense for Acqui­
sition, Technology and Logistics, in consultation with the Chief of
Naval Operations, the Commandant of the Marine Corps, the Chief
of Staff of Uie Army, the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and the
Commandant of the Coast Guard, to submit a report, no later than
April 1, 2004, to the House and Senate Committees on Appropria­
tions, which details the common UAV requirements for each of the
Uniformed Services.
LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP
The conferees have included $168,071,000 for continued re­
search and development of the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), the
amount recommended by the House and $10,000,000 above the
amount recommended by the Senate.
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The conferees agree with the House language regarding the
need to refine the Navy's concept of operations in the littoral
battlespace to ensure that there is no duplication of effort between
LCS and other platforms. To this end, the conferees direct the
Navy to provide a report to the House and Senate Committees on
Appropriations, no later than March 1, 2004 that details the mis­
sions LCS will conduct in the littoral battle space, which platforms
- and systems currently conduct these missions, and what changes,
if any, will be made to future years' budgets to eliminate any dupli­
cation of effort.
In addition, in order to maintain focus on the LCS' mission
module development and integration, the conferees agree that
$51,000,000 of the funds provided for LCS is available only for
these efforts.
UNFORESEEN IMPACT OF BASE OPERATIONS FuNDING ON FUTURE
NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY ACTIVITIES
The conferees are concerned about changes in the management
of base operations funding and its potential to adversely impact on­
going and emergent research activities. The conferees urge the
Navy to be sensitive to the special nature of such research activi­
ties and to ensure sufficient flexibility to accommodate unforeseen
research needs.
USE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FuNDING FOR SHIPBUILDING
The conferees agree with the Senate concerning the Navy's
plans to fund the purchase of ships-DD(X) and LC8-in fiscal
year 2005 within the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation
(RDT&E) appropriation. The conferees believe that the use of re­
search and development funding to procure first ships of a class is
not in keeping with budgetary guidelines regarding full-funding.
The conferees agree that should the fiscal year 2005 request in­
clude these ships-DD(X) and LC8-within RDT&E, all research
and development acquisition rules shall apply, including technology
readiness reviews, milestone decisions, and test and evaluation be­
fore these ships may transition to procurement.
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RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION, AIR
FORCE

The conference agreement on items addressed by either the House or

Senate is as follows:

(In thousands of dollar.)


Budget Hou.. Senete Conference

RESEARCH, DEVELOP"ENT. TeST & EVAL, AF

BASIC RESEARCH
DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES •..•. 204,754 212.254 209,554 214,804

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES", ..• , .•.• , .•. 105.224 108,72. 10~.224 107.224

HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH INITIATIVES •. 12,083 12,063 12.063 12,06>


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

TOT"I., BASIC RESEARCH ••.•••.•••.••..••. 322,041 333,041 328,114' 33•• 091

APPLl ED RESEARCH
MTERIAL.s .•. BB.857 BB,BS7 105,743 110,167

AEROSPACE VEHICLE TtCHNOlOGIES .. " ...... , .. " " ....... B5.862 B7,BB2 BO,BBl B4.BB2

HUMAN EFFECTlVUES5 APPLIED RESEARCH .•. ",., •. " .•.. ,. 86,795 B9,795 70,19~ B1 , eGti

AEROSPACE PROPULSION .•. " ", .... , ... ' •• ', .... " ,' ..... 101,675 141.075 92.Bl0 12e.07!

AEROSPACE SENSORS ... , .••. , . 75,577 BS,on 75.577 87,177

MUlTl·OISCIPlINARY SPACE TECHNOLOGY" , ..... , , , , ... , , .. 9O.52B 91,526 B7,073 102.22B

SPACE TECHNOLOGY., . , •.. , , ..• , , .. B3.240 96,440 100,310 102.610

CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS. " .... , , , ,. ". 46 , 4&!5 48.455 46,465 46,455

DIRECTeD ENERGY TECHNOLOGY. , •••••••••••••.• , ••• 36.359 40,359 36.B59 42,4S9

COItHANO CONTROL AHO COMMUNICATIONS .. , •. ,. 71,674 79.874 60,674 80,274

DUAL USE seIUe> AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM •. , 10,6BB 10.588 10.586 10.666

HIGH EHERGY LASER RESEARCH ...... 41,B54 41.B54 41.B54 ".B54


................... ............ -.....
.-.------.- .
7OTAl, APPLIED RESEARCH ......... 7~7.960 895,160 81' ,397 904 ,5>0

294
(In thou.lnd_ of dallBrs)
Budget Houle Senlte Conference

ADVANCED TECHHOLDGY OEYELOPNENT


ADVANCED .ATERIALS FOR WEAPON SYSTENS. 33.0T9 88.OT9 49.982 82.478

ADVANCED AEROSFACE SENSORS .. 36,550 3lI.560 37.660 41 ,650

FLl6HT VEHICLE TECHHCLOGY, •. . .. ...... .. . . . . . .. . . . , .000 1,000

AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEY 10ENO ......................... 73,416 84,416 48.118 48,018

AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER TECHNOLOGY ... 1U.,726 118,726 74 , e.c2 &4,226

CREW SYSTENS AND PE~NEL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY, •.• ,. 34,487 44,487 38,487 43.187

ELECTRONIC C~8AT TECHNOLOGY ......................... 28,"88 32.4118 33,2118 34.8911

8ALLISTIC NISSILE TECHNOLOGy......... , ................ 21.000 11.500

ADVANCED SPACECRAFT TECHNOLOGY, .•....• , ..••••••. 72.114 79, "4 101,'34 87,81"

NAUI SPACE SIJRVEILLAHCE SYSTEN (NSSS) •.•.•..• , •. 8.323 8.323 56.323 62.023

NULTI·OISCIPLINARY ADVANCED OEVELOPftENT SPACE TECHNOLD 62.610 82,610 81.055 62.810

CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS nCHNOLDGY...••..•... 30,8'8 38,616 35.518 37,518

ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY ... .•.•..•.••.. 27.024 82,024 36.624 61,874

ENVIRONHENTAL ENGINEERING TECHIIOLOOY ..•...••. 2.600 1.200

HIGH PERFORItANCE C~PUTING NDDERNlZATIOll PROGRAlI ...••. 185,282 '91.282

C31 ,\I)VANCEO OEYELDPftENT .............................. 31,636 62.038 38.538 45.338

SPECiAL PRDGRAHS., ... , .•.. , ..................... , ..... 388,483 388,483 381,483 387.463

INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERViCE ..•..•... .


. . , . . ... . . . , 6.537 8 •.,7 8.537 8.537

HIGH ENERGY LASER ADVAltCED TECtmOLOGY PRDGRAH •.. '0.910 10,9'0 10,910 10,910

ADVANCED CONNUNlCATlDNS SVSTENS ..•... 12.053 12.053 12.053 12,063

AHC CONNANO AND CONTROL SYSTEH ................ 8.048 8.046 8,048 8.048

JOINT NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER........................ 2,940 2,940 2.940 2.940

................ ~ ..... ................. ................... .- ............

TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOP"ENT .. .•••.. 1,146,130 1.309,130 1,018,434 1,103,200

DI::"ONSTRATfDN .. VALIDATION
IHTfLLIGENCE AIlI/ANCEO OElltLOP"ENT •. 4.513 4.S13 4,613 4,513

PHYSICAL SEMITY EQUIP"ENT •.••••. 24.483 24,483 24,483 24,483

ADVANCED EHF "U..SATCOM (SPACE) .... 178,07. 77e,Ol'S 176,01'8 813,078

POLAR ftlLSATCDN (SPACE) ........ , ..... 5.880 8.680 8,580 5.S80

NATIONAL POLAR.ORBITINQ OPERAT1ONAL ENYIAONt1ENTAL SATE 281,718 281,718 281',7'8 267 \ 71"6
295
(In thouundl of doH Ira.,
Budget House $e11lte Conference

SFACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY . 14,714 14,114 14,714 14.714

COftBAT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY .•. lB.575 18.575 16.575 lB,575

NATO RESEARCH ANa DEVELOP!IENT .•.. 3.898 3.888 3.8B8 3.B8B

INTERNATIONAL SFACE COOPERATIVE R&D ••• , ••••.. , •• 545 645 545 545

ADVAHCED WIDEBAllO SYSTE!t (AWS) .. 43B.277 2B9,277 349,277 339.277

INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERYICE ••. , , . 18.466 18,_ 18,_ 18,488

INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC NISSILE .......••.•.• B7.B32 54.832 B7,832 80,832

WIDEBAHIl GAFFtLLER SYSTEN RDT&E (SFACEI., •..•.. · :Ie.8BB 38,888 38,88B 38.865

Sl'ACE·BASED RADAR •... 274.104 174,104 199.104 174.104

POLLUTION PR£YENTION. 2.31B 2.318 5.318 4,818

JOiNT PRECISION API'ROACH AHD LANDING SY'5TE"S ..•.•... 13,B47 13,847 13,847 13,1147

HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEN (HDBTOS) ..


12,833 9.833 12,633 9,833

UllNANNED CONBAT AIR YEHICLE (UCAY) .


181,2B9 181,28& 181.289 181.269

OPERATIONALLY RE5PONSIYE LAUNCH .......•.•..•


24.440 2B.44O 24,440 26.140

CDNNON AERO VEHICLE (CAV)

NEXT GENERATlOH BOMER


..

,.....................

12.22D 21,720

100.000
12.220
.. 17 .220

45.000

TOTAL. OENONSTRATION & YALIDATlON............ .......


2,178,.84 2,022,484 2,D14,ge4 2,056,184

ENGINEERING & NANUFACTURING DEVELOPHENT

GLOBAL 8ROADCAST SERVICE (085).....


38,147 38,147 3B,147 3B,147

JOINT HELNET ttQUNTED CUEINO SYSTEN (JHIICS).......


843 843 &<13 843

NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT..............................


13,395 13.395 13,395 13,308

8-19........
88,703 88.703 88,703 88,703

5PECIALIZEll UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING.............


3.287 3.287 8.887 3,287

F~22 •.• , ••• , .. , •••..•...••. , ... , •....••.•...•• ,.......


820.740 820,740 820,740 820,740

8-2 All'IANCEll TECHNOLOGY IlOIl8ER .


182.0&<1 '85.5B4 152.0&<1 187.384

EW DEYELOPHENT ..
74,034 85,134 90,030\ 97,834

JOINT TACTICAL RADIO , .


48,814 38,81" 44,714 38,814

PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPllENT ••••..••••.•.•.•.


7.261 7 . .261 7,281 7.281

5/IAl.L DIANETER 80l1B (SOB) ..


128,447 128,447 128,447 12.6,447

COUNTERSPACE SYSTENS .
82.585 82,565 82.585
296
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!NTER!K POLAR ........................................ 13,740 13,740 13.740 13,740

SPACE BASED INFRARED SVSTEK (S8I05) HIGH EKD.......... 817.229 817 .229 617 ,229 617.229

HILST"" LtlRIKDR S~TELLITE COM~NICATIONS (SPACE) ...... 1,363 1,363 1,383 1.363

KUNITIONS DISPEttSER DEVELOPHENT .... .


. . .. , . . .... . . 15.648 16.349 15.849 17 ,849

~RHAIIENT10RDNANCE DE\lELOPIlENT ....•...•.. 8,411 6,419 6.419 8,419

SUBKUN ITIONS ..... .............. 4,717 4,717 4.717 4,717

~GILE COHBAT SUPPORT. .. ........... 5,674 5.574 18,474 13.414

JOINT OIRECT ATTACK HUNITION. . ..... .. .. . . .. . . . .. 34.0Bl 34,061 36.061 35,461

LIFE SUPPORT SVSTEKS ....... ........................... 269 6.269 269 5,069

UNHAANEO COHBAT A!R VEHICLE (UCAV) ....... ............ 14,675 14.675 1•. 875 14.675

COt1BAT TRAINING RANGES . .•...... ........... " . 20.383 28.883 20.383 24.283

INTEGRATED COKHAND 6 CONTROL APl'L1CATIONS (1C2A) .•..•• 239 8.239 6.339 11.200

INTELLIGENCE EOUIPKENT .••.•.•....•. ... , ............... 1,320 1,320 2.320 2.320

TACTICAL DATA LINK INFRASTRUCTURE. .................... '4,67:5 14,675 U,e75 14.675

COIlHOH Law oeSERVA6LES VERIFICATION SVSTEH (CLOVERS) .. 7.000 7,000 7.000 7,000

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF) ...................... 2.194.067 2.128.067 2,166.067 2. '39,0117

TIITERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC NISSILE ........•...•. 184.193 174. ,93 184,193 174,';3

EVOLVEO EXPENOABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE PROGRAH (SPACE) ••••. 8.000 8.000 8.000 B,OOO

ROnE FOR AGING AIRCRAFT .................... 24,063 31,063 43.063 40,963

PRECISION ATTACK SYSTE",S PROCUREMENT .•. 20,000 '4.000


UNHANNED COIIBAT AIR VEHICLE JOINT PROllRAH OFFICE ... 4.B92 2,392 4,892 2,302

LINK~1B SUPPORT AND SUSTA1Na1ENT . ......•. , ............. 58.783 93,7B3 68.783 71.083

FULL COKBAT KISSION TRAINING ••.•••••••...•. 6,946 6.946 6.946 6,946

COHBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR ... .................... 14,884 14.664 104.684 14,884

CV·22 .... . ...................... ..................... 85,7D3 85.703 65,70' 85.703

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TOTAL. ENGINEERING & ItAl/UFACTURINO DEVELOPIIENT .•.... 4,~n.16S 4,579,285 4.633.495 4.613,748

ROUE "ANAGE"ENT SUPPORT


THREAT SIKULATOR DE\lELOPHEHT. .......... , ..... " 36.595 36.~95 36.~95 36,695

HAJOR T&E IHVEST11EIIT .•.•....•. ................ 60.215 69,715 56.215 11.515

297
(In thoulamls of do11ars)
Budget Hou.e senste Conference

RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE ..•.•....•••. 2",586 2".58Ei 24.566 24.586

RANCH HAND 11 EPIDEHIOLOGY STUOV •.. 4.692 4.692 4,682 4,692

INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST & EVALUATION •..•.•.....•••.. 34.6-46 34.646 34,646

TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT _ . 338. T20 328,720 336,720 329.720

ROCI<£T SYSTEHS LAUNCH PROGRAH (SPACE) 8.673 .. , .173 19.673 23.173

SPACE TEST PROGRAII (STP) .. 42.8011 42.808 37.808 36,908

FACILITIES RESTORATION & HOOERNIZATION - TEST & EVAL •. 33.940 33,940 33.840 33,940

FACILITIES SUSTAINHENT • TEST ANO EVAWATION SUf'l'ORT .• Hi,no '5.no 1!5.770 '5,770
GENERAL SKILL TRAINING ...••.• 3'8 3'8 318 3'8
JUDO"ENT FUNO REIHBURSEHENT .. 36.434 36,434 36,434 36.434

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES .• _.. 3,867 3,867 3.867 3,867

TOTAL. ROllE HANAGEHENT SUf'PORT . 630.366 664.386 6"1,365 64",165

OPERATIONAL SVSTE"S OEVELOP"ENT


6-2 ADvANCEO TECHNOLOGY BO"6ER . 24,881 24,691

AHTI~TAfIIPER TECWNOlOGY EXECtITIVE AGENCY •••••• , •• , ••••• 7.8S6 8.665 7.656 8.655

6·~2 SOUADRONS . 28,848 26,548 28.6-48


ADVNtCED CRUISE fltSSILE .•...••. ,., ..••.•.•• , •••.•. , ••. 13.364 '3.384 13.364

AIR·LAUHCHEO CRUISE "ISSILE (ALCH) ••.•.•...••...•.••. 26.604 28.604 29,80" 28.604

STRAY WAR PLANNING SYSTEft - lJSSTRATCQ1, •.•••••••••••• , '.748 1,7"0 1,7..a 1,7"8

ADVANCED STRATEGIC PllOGRAIIS . 6,'00 6.'00 6.'00 6. '00


REGIONJSI!CTOR OPERATIO" CONTROL CENTER PIODERHtZATION. 22,573 22,573 22.573 22,1573

JOINT EXPEDITIONARY FOflCE EXPERIHENT ...••••.••..•..... 51,367 61.367 51.357 51,367

A·10 $CUADRONS .••. 29.726 28,728 29.729 29,729

F,'6 SQUf,DROttS .. 8T .478 87,478 97.478 96.976

F·'~E SOUADROHS . "2.065 '0' .065 "',666 '23.466

"'NNED DESTRUCTIVE SUPPllESSION... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20.633 20.633 20,633 20.833

F·22 SQUADRONS . 315.784 315,784 315,784 3' •. 784


F·" 7A SQUADRONS .. 14.752 '4,752 14,752 "e.752

TACTICAL AIH HISSILES. 3T6 375 375 375

ADVANCED "EDIU" RANGE AIR·TD·AIR "ISSILE (AIIRAAH) .•••• 32,426 32,429 32.429 32,426