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                                                       Calendar No. 117
105th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE

 1st Session                                                     105-52
_______________________________________________________________________


 
             MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATION BILL, 1998

                                _______
                                

                 July 17, 1997.--Ordered to be printed

_______________________________________________________________________


    Mr. Burns, from the Committee on Appropriations, submitted the 
                               following

                              R E P O R T

                        [To accompany H.R. 2016]

    The Committee on Appropriations, to which was referred the 
bill (H.R. 2016) making appropriations for military 
construction, family housing, and base realignment and closure 
for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending 
September 30, 1998, and for other purposes, reports the same to 
the Senate with amendments and recommends that the bill as 
amended do pass.

Amount of bill passed by House..........................  $9,183,000,000
Amount of Senate bill under the House...................         100,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total of bill as reported to Senate...............   9,182,900,000
Amount of 1998 budget estimate..........................   8,383,248,000
Amount of 1997 appropriations...........................   9,793,309,000
The bill as reported to the Senate:
    Over the budget estimate, 1998......................     799,652,000
    Under appropriations for fiscal year 1997...........     610,409,000


                            C O N T E N T S

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Background:
                                                                   Page
    Purpose of the bill..........................................     3
    Comparative statement........................................     3
    Compliance with section 308 of the Budget Control Act........     7
Committee recommendation.........................................     7
Items of special interest........................................     8
Military construction, Army......................................    16
Military construction, Navy......................................    18
Military construction, Air Force.................................    19
Military construction, Defense-wide..............................    20
Military construction, Reserve components........................    22
NATO Security Investment Program.................................    26
Family housing overview..........................................    27
Family housing, Army.............................................    28
Family housing, Navy and Marine Corps............................    28
Family housing, Air Force........................................    28
Family housing, Defense-wide.....................................    28
Family housing improvement fund..................................    29
Homeowners assistance fund.......................................    29
Base closure overview............................................    29
Base realignment and closure account, part I.....................    33
Base realignment and closure account, part II....................    34
Base realignment and closure account, part III...................    34
Base realignment and closure account, part IV....................    34
General provisions...............................................    35
Compliance with paragraph 7, rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    35
Compliance with paragraph 7(c), rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................    35
Compliance with paragraph 12, rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    36
Project listing by location......................................    37

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    The Military Construction appropriation bill provides 
necessary funding for the planning, design, construction, 
alteration, and improvement of military facilities worldwide, 
both for Active and Reserve Forces. It also finances the 
construction, alteration, improvement, operation, and 
maintenance of military family housing, including payments 
against past housing mortgage indebtedness. Certain types of 
community impact assistance may be provided, as well as 
assistance to members of the military who face loss on the sale 
of private residences due to installation realignments and 
closures. The bill is also the source for the U.S. share of the 
NATO Security Investment Program. In addition, the bill 
provides funding to implement base closures and realignments 
authorized by law.

                         Comparative Statement

    The Committee recommends appropriations totaling 
$9,182,900,000 for fiscal year 1998 military construction, 
family housing, and base closure. The following table displays 
the Committee recommendation in comparison with the current 
fiscal year, the President's fiscal year 1998 request, and the 
House allowance:

                                                                  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY                                                                  
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                                                                                                                                             Increase (+) or decrease (-) compared with--       
                        Item                             1997 adjusted      Budget estimate     House allowance        Committee     -----------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                    recommendation       1997 adjusted      Budget estimate     House allowance 
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Military construction, Army.........................       $565,688,000        $595,277,000        $721,027,000        $652,046,000        +$86,358,000        +$56,769,000        -$68,981,000 
    Rescissions.....................................         -3,028,000   ..................  ..................  ..................         +3,028,000   ..................  ..................
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      Total, Military construction, Army (net)......        562,660,000         595,277,000         721,027,000         652,046,000         +89,386,000         +56,769,000         -68,981,000 
Military construction, Navy.........................        707,094,000         540,106,000         685,306,000         605,756,000        -101,338,000         +65,650,000         -79,550,000 
    Rescissions.....................................        -19,780,000   ..................  ..................  ..................        +19,780,000   ..................  ..................
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      Total, Military construction, Navy (net)......        687,314,000         540,106,000         685,306,000         605,756,000         -81,558,000         +65,650,000         -79,550,000 
Military construction, Air Force....................        754,064,000         495,782,000         662,305,000         662,305,000         -91,759,000        +166,523,000   ..................
    Rescissions.....................................         -5,100,000   ..................  ..................  ..................         +5,100,000   ..................  ..................
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      Total, Military construction, Air Force (net).        748,964,000         495,782,000         662,305,000         662,305,000         -86,659,000        +166,523,000   ..................
Military construction, Defense-wide.................        763,922,000         673,633,000         613,333,000         690,889,000         -73,033,000         +17,256,000         +77,556,000 
    Rescissions.....................................        -51,000,000   ..................  ..................  ..................        +51,000,000   ..................  ..................
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      Total, Military construction, Defense-wide                                                                                                                                                
       (net)........................................        712,922,000         673,633,000         613,333,000         690,889,000         -22,033,000         +17,256,000         +77,556,000 
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
      Total, Active components......................      2,711,860,000       2,304,798,000       2,681,971,000       2,610,996,000        -100,864,000        +306,198,000         -70,975,000 
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
Department of Defense Military Unaccompanied Housing                                                                                                                                            
 Improvement Fund...................................          5,000,000   ..................  ..................  ..................         -5,000,000   ..................  ..................
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
Military construction, Army National Guard..........         78,086,000          45,098,000          45,098,000         234,614,000        +156,528,000        +189,516,000        +189,516,000 
Military construction, Air National Guard...........        189,855,000          60,225,000         137,275,000         185,115,000          -4,740,000        +124,890,000         +47,840,000 
    Rescission......................................         -5,000,000   ..................  ..................  ..................         +5,000,000   ..................  ..................
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      Total, Military construction, Air National                                                                                                                                                
       Guard (net)..................................        184,855,000          60,225,000         137,275,000         185,115,000            +260,000        +124,890,000         +47,840,000 
Military construction, Army Reserve.................         55,543,000          39,112,000          77,731,000          96,079,000         +40,536,000         +56,967,000         +18,348,000 
Military construction, Naval Reserve................         37,579,000          13,921,000          40,561,000          21,111,000         -16,468,000          +7,190,000         -19,450,000 
Military construction, Air Force Reserve............         52,805,000          14,530,000          27,143,000          31,830,000         -20,975,000         +17,300,000          +4,687,000 
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
      Total, Reserve components.....................        408,868,000         172,886,000         327,808,000         568,749,000        +159,881,000        +395,863,000        +240,941,000 
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
      Total, Military construction..................      3,125,728,000       2,477,684,000       3,009,779,000       3,179,745,000         +54,017,000        +702,061,000        +169,966,000 
          Appropriations............................     (3,209,636,000)     (2,477,684,000)     (3,009,779,000)     (3,179,745,000)       (-29,891,000)      (+702,061,000)      (+169,966,000)
          Rescissions...............................       (-83,908,000)  ..................  ..................  ..................       (+83,908,000)  ..................  ..................
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
NATO Security Investment Program....................        172,000,000         176,300,000         166,300,000         152,600,000         -19,400,000         -23,700,000         -13,700,000 
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
Family housing, Army:                                                                                                                                                                           
    Construction....................................        158,503,000         143,000,000         202,131,000         167,100,000          +8,597,000         +24,100,000         -35,031,000 
    Operation and Maintenance.......................      1,212,466,000       1,148,937,000       1,148,937,000       1,149,937,000         -62,529,000          +1,000,000          +1,000,000 
                                                     -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family housing, Army...................      1,370,969,000       1,291,937,000       1,351,068,000       1,317,037,000         -53,932,000         +25,100,000         -34,031,000 
Family housing, Navy and Marine Corps:                                                                                                                                                          
    Construction....................................        499,886,000         278,933,000         409,178,000         362,619,000        -137,267,000         +83,686,000         -46,559,000 
    Operation and Maintenance.......................      1,020,721,000         976,504,000         976,504,000         976,504,000         -44,217,000   ..................  ..................
                                                     -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family housing, Navy...................      1,520,607,000       1,255,437,000       1,385,682,000       1,339,123,000        -181,484,000         +83,686,000         -46,559,000 
Family housing, Air Force:                                                                                                                                                                      
    Construction....................................        317,507,000         253,128,000         341,409,000         296,633,000         -20,874,000         +43,505,000         -44,776,000 
    Operation and Maintenance.......................        816,509,000         830,234,000         830,234,000         830,234,000         +13,725,000   ..................  ..................
                                                     -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family housing, Air Force..............      1,134,016,000       1,083,362,000       1,171,643,000       1,126,867,000          -7,149,000         +43,505,000         -44,776,000 
Family housing, Defense-wide:                                                                                                                                                                   
    Construction....................................          4,371,000           4,950,000           4,950,000           4,950,000            +579,000   ..................  ..................
    Operation and Maintenance.......................         30,963,000          32,724,000          32,724,000          32,724,000          +1,761,000   ..................  ..................
                                                     -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family housing, Defense-wide...........         35,334,000          37,674,000          37,674,000          37,674,000          +2,340,000   ..................  ..................
Department of Defense Family Housing Improvement                                                                                                                                                
 Fund...............................................         25,000,000   ..................  ..................  ..................        -25,000,000   ..................  ..................
Homeowners Assistance Fund, Defense.................         36,181,000   ..................  ..................  ..................        -36,181,000   ..................  ..................
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
      Total, Family housing.........................      4,122,107,000       3,668,410,000       3,946,067,000       3,820,701,000        -301,406,000        +152,291,000        -125,366,000 
          Construction..............................       (980,267,000)       (680,011,000)       (957,668,000)       (831,302,000)      (-148,965,000)      (+151,291,000)      (-126,366,000)
          Operation and Maintenance.................     (3,080,659,000)     (2,988,399,000)     (2,988,399,000)     (2,989,399,000)       (-91,260,000)        (+1,000,000)        (+1,000,000)
          Family Housing Improvement Fund...........        (25,000,000)  ..................  ..................  ..................       (-25,000,000)  ..................  ..................
          Homeowners Assistance Fund................        (36,181,000)  ..................  ..................  ..................       (-36,181,000)  ..................  ..................
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
Base realignment and closure accounts:                                                                                                                                                          
    Part II.........................................        352,800,000         116,754,000         116,754,000         116,754,000        -236,046,000   ..................  ..................
        Rescissions.................................        -35,391,000   ..................  ..................  ..................        +35,391,000   ..................  ..................
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          Subtotal..................................        317,409,000         116,754,000         116,754,000         116,754,000        -200,655,000   ..................  ..................
    Part III........................................        971,925,000         768,702,000         768,702,000         768,702,000        -203,223,000   ..................  ..................
        Rescissions.................................        -75,638,000   ..................  ..................  ..................        +75,638,000   ..................  ..................
                                                     -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal..................................        896,287,000         768,702,000         768,702,000         768,702,000        -127,585,000   ..................  ..................
    Part IV.........................................      1,182,749,000       1,175,398,000       1,175,398,000       1,175,398,000          -7,351,000   ..................  ..................
        Rescissions.................................        -22,971,000   ..................  ..................  ..................        +22,971,000   ..................  ..................
                                                     -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal..................................      1,159,778,000       1,175,398,000       1,175,398,000       1,175,398,000         +15,620,000   ..................  ..................
                                                     -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Total, Base realignment and closure                                                                                                                                                   
           accounts (net)...........................      2,373,474,000       2,060,854,000       2,060,854,000       2,060,854,000        -312,620,000   ..................  ..................
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
Revised Economic Assumption (sec. 125)..............  ..................  ..................  ..................        -31,000,000         -31,000,000         -31,000,000         -31,000,000 
                                                     ===========================================================================================================================================
      Grand total:                                                                                                                                                                              
          New budget (obligational) authority.......      9,793,309,000       8,383,248,000       9,183,000,000       9,182,900,000        -610,409,000        +799,652,000            -100,000 
              Appropriations........................    (10,011,217,000)     (8,383,248,000)     (9,183,000,000)     (9,182,900,000)      (-828,317,000)      (+799,652,000)          (-100,000)
              Rescissions...........................      (-217,908,000)  ..................  ..................  ..................      (+217,908,000)  ..................  ..................
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         Compliance With Section 308 of the Budget Control Act

    Section 308(a) of the Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 
1974 (Public Law 93-344) requires that the Committee include in 
its report a comparison of its recommendations with levels 
contained in the first concurrent resolution. Appropriate data 
are reflected below:

                                            BUDGETARY IMPACT OF BILL                                            
  PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE PURSUANT TO SEC. 308(a), PUBLIC LAW 93-344, AS  
                                                     AMENDED                                                    
                                            [In millions of dollars]                                            
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                                                                  Budget authority               Outlays        
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                               Committee    Amount  of   Committee    Amount  of
                                                               allocation      bill      allocation      bill   
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Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations                                                    
 to its subcommittees of amounts in the First Concurrent                                                        
 Resolution for 1998: Subcommittee on Military Construction:                                                    
    Defense discretionary...................................        9,183        9,183        9,920    \1\ 9,902
Projections of outlays associated with the recommendation:                                                      
    1998....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........    \2\ 3,064
    1999....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        2,841
    2000....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        1,731
    2001....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........          916
    2002 and future year....................................  ...........  ...........  ...........          504
Financial assistance to State and local governments for 1998                                                    
 in bill....................................................           NA  ...........           NA  ...........
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\1\ Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.                                                          
\2\ Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.                                                          
                                                                                                                
NA: Not applicable.                                                                                             

                        Committee Recommendation

    The Committee recommends new fiscal year 1998 
appropriations of $9,182,900,000. This is $799,652,000 over the 
budget request, $100,000 under the House appropriations, and 
$610,409,000 under the appropriations for fiscal year 1997. The 
basis for this recommendation is contained in the following 
``Items of special interest,'' and under the discussions 
pertaining to each individual appropriation. Complete project 
detail is provided in the tables at the end of the report.

                       ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

                   compliance with 602(b) allocation

    The Appropriations Committee conformed fully to the budget 
resolution for defense spending in its 602(b) allocation. This 
allocation divided the budget authority and outlays among the 
subcommittees with jurisdiction over discretionary spending. In 
this recommended bill, the Appropriations Committee has 
remained within the constraints of its 602(b) allocation for 
military construction.

                  conformance with authorization bill

    The Committee supports the authorization appropriation 
process. Therefore, the Committee has provided construction 
funds only for specific projects included in either the Senate- 
or House-passed versions of the National Defense Authorization 
Act for Fiscal Year 1998 or for projects specifically 
authorized in prior years. No unauthorized projects have been 
approved.

                                hearings

    The Subcommittee on Military Construction held hearings on 
the fiscal year 1998 budget request in March and May 1997. The 
subcommittee heard testimony from representatives of the 
military services and defense agencies.

                  summary of committee recommendation

    The budget request for fiscal year 1998 reflects a 
reduction of $1,410,061,000 from the amount enacted in fiscal 
year 1997. This proposed level of funding does not provide 
sufficient resources to continue the Department's efforts to 
modernize, renovate, and improve aging defense facilities. With 
approximately 22 percent of the Department's military 
construction budget request dedicated to the base realignment 
and closure accounts, readiness, and quality of life for the 
Active and Reserve components remain in need of substantial 
improvement and dedication of adequate resources. The requested 
funding level reflects a lack of commitment by the 
administration to reduce the serious backlog of readiness, 
revitalization and quality of life projects.
    The Committee recommends an additional $799,652,000 above 
the administrations's fiscal year 1998 budget request to 
correct some of these deficiencies. The total recommended 
appropriation for fiscal year 1998 is $9,182,900,000, a 
reduction of $610,409,000 from fiscal year 1997 funding.

                 government performance and results act

    The Committee considers the full and effective 
implementation of the Government Performance and Results Act 
[GPRA], Public Law 103-62, to be a priority for all agencies of 
Government.
    Starting with fiscal year 1999, the Results Act requires 
each agency to prepare an annual performance plan covering each 
program activity set forth in the budget of such agency. 
Specifically, for each program activity the agency is required 
to establish performance goals to define performance to be 
achieved by a program activity and performance indicators to be 
used in assessing the relevant outputs, service levels, and 
outcomes of each program activity.
    The Department of Defense is pursuing accomplishment of the 
GPRA through the ``Quadrennial Defense Review'' [QDR], which 
was completed on May 15, 1997. The Secretary of Defense 
transmitted that report to Congress and it has served as a 
central vehicle for hearings and deliberations over future 
Department of Defense and military priorities, organizational 
structure, and resource allocation. The Secretary recently 
indicated that the QDR meets the strategic plan requirements of 
the act. In his letter to the chairman of the Senate 
Appropriations Committee he stated that: ``the QDR involved a 
comprehensive reexamination of defense strategy, the force 
structure of the Active, Guard, and Reserve components and 
policies to determine and express the defense strategy of the 
United States and to establish a revised defense program 
through the year 2003.''
    The Department of Defense has begun to incorporate the GPRA 
into the Department's planning, programming, and budgeting 
system [PPBS]. It will conduct GPRA evaluations annually in the 
PPBS, which will take place in September and early October of 
this year.
    The Committee expects the Department to monitor closely 
other agency plans and initiatives that could achieve 
significant improvements in military construction activities. 
In such areas as family housing operations, the base 
realignment and closure accounts, and overseas construction 
priorities, the Department can use the guidelines applied under 
the Results Act to achieve qualitative improvements.

                      revised economic assumptions

    The following table reflects the reestimation of inflation 
undertaken by the Office of Management and Budget in June. The 
Committee recommends reductions to the specific appropriations 
identified in the table in those amounts, for a total of 
$31,000,000. Because of existing shortfalls in the family 
housing accounts, the Committee directs that these savings be 
applied to these deficits. The Committee has included a 
provision which directs the Department to distribute these 
reductions against each project, program and activity on a pro 
rata basis.

        Account                                                   Amount

Military construction:
    Army................................................     -$2,000,000
    Navy................................................      -3,000,000
    Air Force...........................................      -4,000,000
    Defense-wide........................................      -5,000,000
NATO infrastructure.....................................      -1,000,000
Base realignment and closure............................     -16,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................     -31,000,000

                       use of prior-year savings

    The budget request proposed the use of prior-year savings 
to finance fiscal year 1998 projects and programs as follows:

        Account                                                   Amount

Military construction:
    Air Force...........................................     $23,858,000
    Army Reserve........................................       7,900,000
    Family housing, Navy................................       8,463,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................      40,221,000

    The Committee does not approve of this method of financing 
and reminds the Department that they should request rescissions 
of these funds by account and by fiscal year. The Committee 
rejects the proposed use of these funds for fiscal year 1998 
activities and projects and has determined that these funds are 
necessary to complete ongoing projects within the Military 
Construction appropriations. Their proposed use for fiscal year 
1998 projects and programs could jeopardize the successful 
completion of projects appropriated in prior years.

                 defense finance and accounting service

    The Defense Finance and Accounting Service [DFAS] is 
consolidating more than 300 accounting offices into five large 
existing finance centers and 15 operating locations. This 
effort is aimed at reducing the number of accounting and 
finance personnel and streamlining the Department of Defense's 
financial operations. However, the Committee is concerned that 
the number of operating locations is excessive to the 
Department's overall finance and accounting requirements. Many 
of these proposed centers require extensive alterations and 
construction, diverting scarce military construction funding 
from higher priority requirements. The Committee directs the 
Under Secretary of Defense, Comptroller, to review the total 
DFAS infrastructure requirement, including justification for 
each operating location, and report to the congressional 
defense committees on the results by October 15, 1997. This 
review should encompass how finance and accounting operations 
within the Department of Defense could be more effectively 
streamlined with fewer operating locations.

                         historic preservation

    The Committee continues to be concerned that maintaining 
historic quarters is overburdening the military housing 
accounts. Last year, the Committee directed each military 
service to review current inventories of historic quarters and 
to report on specific plans to remove all but the most 
significant historic homes.
    The services researched the legal mandates and determined 
that they were unable to remove facilities from the National 
Register as recommended by the Marsh Panel. They found that 
legal mandates prevented the removal from the National Register 
and that the eligibility criterion needs to be revised before 
action can be taken. This revision includes a formula for 
determining levels of historic significance, the development of 
stratified maintenance standards, and an amendment to 36 CFR 
part 60.15 to incorporate levels of significance in the 
criteria for removing a resource from the National Register. 
The Committee directs that the Department of Defense work with 
the appropriate Federal agencies to initiate these changes in 
the National Register eligibility criteria.

                         single member housing

    The Committee continues to recognize the requirement for 
better barracks and dormitories for our service members. The 
Committee supports the Department's initiative to renovate 
barracks from the ``Real property maintenance'' account of the 
Defense Appropriation Act. This effort is critical at a time 
when resources are limited. The Committee, however, is 
concerned that requiring all new construction to meet the one 
plus one standard is unrealistic and should not be mandated 
across the Department of Defense.
    The fiscal year 1998 budget request reflects that the Army, 
Navy, nor the Marine Corps cannot meet the one plus one 
standard in the near future. The Committee recommends that the 
Department review the overall allocation of barracks/
dormitories funding among the services to ensure some degree of 
parity is reached in the next 10 years.
    The Committee recommends $659,891,000 for barracks 
construction in fiscal year 1998, an increase of $17,190,000 
over the budget request. The projects are as follows:

                     BARRACKS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Location                      Request       Recommended 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army:                                                                   
    Fort Huachuca, AZ...................     $20,000,000     $20,000,000
    Fort Gordon, GA.....................      22,000,000      22,000,000
    Schofield Barracks, HI..............      44,000,000      44,000,000
    Fort Riley, KS......................      18,500,000      18,500,000
    Fort Campbell, KY...................      37,000,000      37,000,000
    Fort Knox, KY.......................      22,000,000      22,000,000
    Fort Sill, OK.......................  ..............       8,000,000
    Fort Sam Houston, TX................      16,000,000      16,000,000
    Fort Myer, VA.......................       8,200,000       8,200,000
    Fort Lewis, WA......................      31,000,000      31,000,000
    Ansbach, Germany....................      22,000,000      22,000,000
    Heidelberg, Germany.................       8,800,000       8,800,000
    Kaiserslautern, Germany.............       6,000,000       6,000,000
    Mannheim, Germany...................       6,200,000  ..............
    Camp Casey, Korea...................       5,100,000       5,100,000
    Camp Castle, Korea..................       8,400,000       8,400,000
    Camp Humphreys, Korea...............      32,000,000      32,000,000
    Camp Red Cloud, Korea...............      23,600,000      23,600,000
    Camp Stanley, Korea.................       7,000,000  ..............
Navy/Naval Reserve:                                                     
    Camp Pendleton MCB, CA..............      12,000,000      12,000,000
    Kaneohe Bay MCAS, HI................      19,000,000      19,000,000
    Washington NAF, DC..................       4,640,000       4,640,000
    Great Lakes NH, IL..................       5,200,000       5,200,000
    Great Lakes NTC, IL.................      26,690,000      26,690,000
    Gulfport, MS........................  ..............      22,440,000
    Meridian NAS, MS....................  ..............       7,050,000
    New River MCAS, NC..................      10,600,000      10,600,000
    Dam Neck FCTC, VA...................       7,000,000       7,000,000
    Oceana NAS, VA......................      20,900,000      20,900,000
    Bahrain Island......................      25,000,000      25,000,000
    Sigonella NAS, Italy................      21,440,000      21,440,000
    Roosevelt Roads NS, Puerto Rico.....      24,100,000      24,100,000
Air Force:                                                              
    Clear AFS, AK.......................      20,285,000      20,285,000
    Peterson AFB, CO....................       4,081,000       4,081,000
    Eglin AFB, FL:                                                      
        Auxiliary field 9...............       6,470,000       6,470,000
        Auxiliary field 3...............  ..............       7,300,000
    Mountain Home AFB, ID...............       8,959,000       8,959,000
    Keesler AFB, MS.....................      30,855,000      30,855,000
    Offutt AFB, NE......................  ..............       6,900,000
    Pope AFB, NC........................       8,356,000       8,356,000
    Spangdahelm AB, Germany.............      18,500,000  ..............
    Kunsan AB, Korea....................       8,325,000       8,325,000
    Osan AB, Korea......................      11,100,000  ..............
    RAF Lakenheath, UK..................      11,400,000      11,400,000
Defense-wide: Fort Bragg, NC............  ..............       8,300,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     642,701,000     659,891,000
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                         OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

    The U.S. military presence overseas has significantly 
diminished over the past several years, as our country has 
transitioned from a forward-based strategy to one of forward 
presence. The complexion of our overseas commitments continues 
to change, causing uncertainty about the size, location, and 
composition of our forces into the next century. The 
``Quadrennial Defense Review'' [QDR] recently noted that 
proposed force reductions may lead to reductions in overseas 
presence and forward deployments in order to avoid additional 
increases in operating optempo.
    The Committee believes that there is a strong likelihood 
for additional force structure reductions in the next few 
years. The fiscal year 1998 budget request proposes over 
$600,000,000 for overseas military construction, almost 24 
percent of the construction budget for the Department of 
Defense.
    While these proposed projects support U.S. missions and 
forces around the world, the Committee cautions that we must be 
prepared for reductions from overseas deployments if force 
levels decline further. While recognizing the importance of 
providing improvements to those essential quality of life 
facilities overseas, the Committee believes the Department 
should be particularly conservative in committing to additional 
construction requirements. The Department should consider every 
opportunity to lease facilities or share infrastructure with 
host nations, where possible. Accordingly, the Committee has 
recommended funding only those most essential service 
priorities overseas.

                   environmental compliance projects

    The Department has requested $103,581,000 for environmental 
compliance project construction during fiscal year 1998. This 
Committee recommends funding for 24 class I violation projects, 
as follows:

        Installation/project title                           Recommended

Fort Lewis, WA, tank trail erosion mitigation...........      $2,000,000
Fort A.P. Hill, VA, central vehicle wash facility.......       5,400,000
Camp Pendleton, CA, emergency spill control.............       2,840,000
Pearl Harbor Naval Station, HI, oily waste collection 
    treatment facility..................................      25,000,000
Norfolk Naval Shipyard, VA, oily waste collection system       9,500,000
Indian Mountain, AK, upgrade POL system.................       1,991,000
Edwards Air Force Base, CA:
    Add/alter sewer line................................       1,394,000
    Upgrade wastewater treatment plant..................       1,493,000
MacDill Air Force Base, FL, remediate small arms range..       1,543,000
Arnold Air Force Base, TN, wastewater treatment 
    facilities..........................................      10,750,000
Aviano Air Base, Italy, wastewater disposal system areas       7,900,000
Kunsan Air Base, Korea, fire training facility..........       2,000,000
Lajes Field, Portugal, water treatment plant............       4,800,000
Westover Air Reserve Base, MA, fire training facility...       1,800,000
Minneapolis/St. Paul IAP, MN:
    Add/alter aircraft corrosion control facility.......       1,550,000
    Vehicle wash facility...............................         360,000
Gulfport IAP, MS, regional fire training facility.......         900,000
Schenectady ANG, NY, fuel cell/corrosion control hangar.       5,700,000
Charlotte/Douglas IAP, NC, alter fuel cell/corrosion 
    control facil- ity..................................       2,550,000
Klamath Falls, IAP, OR, vehicle refueling shop and paint 
    bay.................................................         520,000
Quonset State Airport, RI, add to corrosion control 
    facility............................................         355,000
McEntire ANGB, SC, add/alter fuel and corrosion control 
    facility............................................       1,500,000
Salt Lake City IAP, UT, add/alter vehicle wash and 
    corrosion control facility..........................         460,000
Various locations, Defense Logistics Agency conforming 
    storage (for hazardous materials)...................      11,275,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................     103,581,000

    The Committee again directs the Department to devote the 
maximum amount of resources to actual cleanups and to limit 
resources expended on administration, support, studies, and 
investigations, to the greatest extent possible.

                        UNIFIED DESIGN GUIDANCE

    While the Committee agrees with the House that more 
progress could be made in eliminating redundant design criteria 
systems, it seems premature to mandate creation of a new or 
expanded organization within the Office of the Secretary of 
Defense to consolidate design criteria. The Committee is aware 
that the services have already jointly developed uniform 
criteria in areas such as specifications (in conjunction with 
the National Aeronautics and Space Administration), computer 
aided design and drafting, geographical information systems, 
design and technical manuals (except those for service unique 
requirements), and construction cost estimating.
    In the interest of achieving further uniformity and 
efficiency, the Committee directs the Department and the 
services to submit a joint report to the congressional defense 
committees by March 31, 1998, which addresses: (1) areas where 
uniform procedures, systems, and/or criteria are already in 
use; (2) other possible areas where it may be practical to 
create more uniformity; and (3) the most cost effective system 
for implementing improvements either through a greater use of 
tri-service groups; centralized development and management 
under one of the services with design and construction 
authorities; or centralizing the development and management of 
design guidance under the Secretary of Defense.

                    military construction standards

    The Committee recognizes the value of predisaster 
construction techniques and the positive results they have in 
saving lives and protecting facilities and property in the 
event of a natural disaster. The Committee acknowledges that 
other Government agencies, such as FEMA and HUD, are working 
toward increasing research to best minimize property damage 
during disasters. The Committee, therefore, encourages the 
Department of Defense to consider using construction techniques 
that minimize destruction during disasters and follow local 
building codes that address such requirements.

                         REPROGRAMMING CRITERIA

    The reprogramming criteria that apply to military 
construction projects (25 percent of the funded amount or 
$2,000,000, whichever is less) continue to apply to new housing 
construction projects and to improvements more than $2,000,000. 
To provide the individual services the flexibility to proceed 
with construction contracts without disruption or delay, the 
costs associated with environmental hazard remediation such as 
asbestos removal, radon abatement, lead-based paint removal or 
abatement, and any other legislated environmental hazard 
remediation may be excluded, provided that such remediation 
requirements could not be reasonably anticipated at the time of 
budget submission. This exclusion applies to projects 
authorized in the budget year, and also projects authorized in 
prior years for which construction contracts have not been 
completed.

                      base realignment and closure

    The Committee has included $2,060,854,000 for the ``Base 
realignment and closure'' account. The Committee has fully 
funded the budget request for base closure and realignment. 
This includes full funding of the requirements for 
environmental cleanup at closing and realigning bases.
    The Committee again asks the General Accounting Office to 
continue its annual review of the base closure accounts. The 
Committee requests GAO's review of and recommendations on the 
validity of DOD's proposed budget requests for base closure 
activities. In particular, the Committee seeks GAO's assistance 
in validating the requests for individual construction 
projects, the operation and maintenance costs, and the 
environmental cleanup costs associated with base closures and 
realignments. The Committee believes the annual GAO review will 
continue to give the Congress a better foundation for approving 
future requests. This report should be provided to the 
congressional defense committees not later than May 15, 1998.
    In past years, the Committee directed that any transfer of 
funds for construction projects, which deviated from the 
approved projects for BRAC IV, should be treated like any other 
reprogramming within the military construction appropriation. 
The Committee also directs that any transfer of funds for 
construction projects, which deviate from the projects 
currently approved for BRAC II and BRAC III should be treated 
like any other reprogramming within the military construction 
appropriation.

                      Military Construction, Army

Appropriations, 1997....................................    $565,688,000
    Rescission..........................................      -3,028,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Net...............................................     562,660,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................     595,277,000
House allowance.........................................     721,027,000
Committee recommendation................................     652,046,000

    The Committee is recommending $652,046,000 for the Army for 
fiscal year 1998. This is an increase of $56,769,000 from the 
budget request for fiscal year 1998 and $68,981,000 below the 
House allowance. (See State tables at the end of the report for 
complete program recommendations.)
    U.S. Southern Command senior officer housing, Miami, FL.--
The Army plans to move the U.S. Southern Command from Panama to 
the Miami, FL, area. The Army's budget request recommended 
$2,300,000 to purchase eight units of family housing for senior 
officers assigned to headquarters, U.S. Southern Command. The 
average price of each housing unit is approximately $287,500. 
Five of the eight units are designated for general/flag 
officers. The Committee believes that all actions relating to 
the relocation of Southern Command should be accomplished by 
lease, rather than by military construction. Further, the 
Committee continues strongly to support the need to provide 
adequate housing for enlisted members of the Armed Forces. This 
concern takes precedent over housing for more senior personnel. 
The Army recently informed the Committee that they support the 
House position, that this requirement should be satisfied 
through leasing. Accordingly, the Committee has provided 
additional leasing funds with the ``Army family housing'' 
account to continue the current leasing arrangement.
    Road improvement, Pohakuloa training range, Hawaii.--Of the 
$57,646,000 provided for planning and design within the 
``Military construction, Army'' account, the Committee directs 
that not less than $2,000,000 be made available for the design 
of the Saddle Road improvement, Pohakuloa training range, 
Hawaii. The Committee fully expects this contract to be awarded 
as early in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Centralized vehicle wash facility, Fort Wainwright, AK.--Of 
the $57,646,000 provided for planning and design within the 
``Military construction, Army'' account, the Committee directs 
that not less than $300,000 be made available for the design of 
a centralized vehicle wash facility, Fort Wainwright. The 
Committee fully expects this contract to be awarded as early in 
fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    National Ground Intelligence Center, Charlottesville, VA.--
The budget request included $3,100,000 for planning and design 
of the National Ground Intelligence Center in Charlottesville, 
VA. This project should have been shown as a component within 
the total amount requested for planning and design. The 
Committee directs the Secretary of the Army to use $3,100,000 
for the planning and design of this project from the additional 
amount provided to the Army for this purpose.
    Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.--The Army's embedded software 
mission for weapons and munitions systems at Picatinny Arsenal 
is in serious need of consolidation. In 1993, the Army approved 
the initial design for a new Armament Software Engineering 
Center, estimated to save the Army $5,000,000 per year in 
operation and maintenance costs. Realizing the workload for 
this mission will increase significantly in the near future, 
the surface area needed for that increase is inadequate to meet 
the needs of the anticipated 150-percent increase in personnel 
by the year 2000. The Committee encourages the Army to 
incorporate the Armament Software Engineering Center in its 
fiscal year 1999 budget request.
    Of the $57,646,000 provided for planning and design within 
the ``Military construction, Army'' account, the Committee 
directs that not less than $1,300,000 be made available for the 
design of this center at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ. The Committee 
fully expects this contract to be awarded as early in fiscal 
year 1998 as practical.
    Gymnasium, West Point, NY.--Of the $57,646,000 provided for 
planning and design within the ``Military construction, Army'' 
account, the Committee directs that not less than $1,000,000 be 
made available for the design of a gymnasium at West Point, NY. 
The Committee fully expects this contract to be awarded as 
early in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    MWR facility, Fort Wainwright, AK.--Of the $11,900,000 
provided for unspecified minor construction within the Army 
account, the Committee directs that not less than $1,400,000 be 
made available to provide refrigeration equipment and 
improvements at the Fort Wainwright skating facility. The 
Committee fully expects these contracts to be awarded as early 
in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Emergency services center, Fort Meade, MD.--Of the 
$57,646,000 provided for planning and design within the 
``Military construction, Army'' account, the Committee directs 
that not less than $450,000 be made available for the design of 
an emergency services center for the provost marshall, and fire 
prevention and protection, including ambulance service at Fort 
Meade, MD. The Committee fully expects this contract to be 
awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Camp Bonneville, Vancouver, WA.--The 1995 Base Realignment 
and Closure Commission recommended the closure of Camp 
Bonneville in Vancouver, WA. This closure was done in an effort 
to save base operations and maintenance funds and provide reuse 
opportunities. The closure of Camp Bonneville will provide the 
local community with an opportunity to expand recreation and 
foster economic growth in the region.
    However, significant questions regarding the status of this 
facility must be addressed before eventual disposition of the 
property. The Committee directs the Army to provide a report to 
the congressional defense committees on the following issues: 
(1) the threat to public safety by unexploded ordnance on site, 
and (2) the need for the Army to fence the site in the interest 
of protecting public safety. This report is to be provided not 
later than November 1, 1997.
    MOUT facility, Fort Wainwright, AK.--Of the $57,646,000 
provided for planning and design within the ``Military 
construction, Army'' account, the Committee directs that not 
less than $1,200,000 be made available for the design of a MOUT 
collective training facility at Fort Wainwright. The Committee 
fully expects this contract to be awarded as early in fiscal 
year 1998 as practical.

                      Military Construction, Navy

Appropriations, 1997....................................    $707,094,000
    Rescission..........................................     -19,780,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Net...............................................     687,314,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................     540,106,000
House allowance.........................................     685,306,000
Committee recommendation................................     605,756,000

    The Committee is recommending $605,756,000 for Navy and 
Marine Corps military construction for fiscal year 1998. This 
amount is an increase of $65,650,000 from the fiscal year 1998 
budget request and $79,550,000 below the House allowance. (See 
State tables at the end of the report for complete program 
recommendations.)
    F/A-18 relocation.--The Committee directs the Navy to 
conduct an independent study of the decision to relocate F/A-18 
aircraft from Cecil Field Naval Air Station. This study shall 
provide a weighted comparison of the pros and cons of all 
scenarios in order to determine the optimal solution for 
relocation. The study shall cover all issues related to 
readiness, environmental, noise, and other applicable matters. 
The results of this study should be provided to the Committee 
not later than November 15, 1997.
    Warfighting center, Stennis Space Center, Mississippi.--Of 
the $46,489,000 provided for planning and design within the 
``Military construction, Navy'' account, the Committee directs 
that not less than $437,000 to be made available for the design 
of a warfighting center at the Stennis Space Center, 
Mississippi. The Committee fully expects this contract to be 
awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Puget Sound Naval Ship Yard enlisted dining expansion, 
Bremerton, WA.--The Navy has completed design for an addition 
to the enlisted dining facility at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. 
This addition is urgently needed to accommodate the increased 
demand resulting from the construction of two new bachelor 
enlisted quarters. In addition to seating shortfalls, food 
space is seriously inadequate and there are no restroom 
facilities. Of the $13,860,000 provided to the Navy for minor 
construction, the Committee recommends that no less than 
$1,500,000 be provided to complete this project. The Committee 
expects this contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 
1998 as practical.
    Bangor Special Education Center.--The Committee is 
concerned about an impending situation affecting children of 
military personnel stationed at Bangor Submarine Base. The 
school district which serves these dependents, the Central 
Kitsap School District, and the State of Washington, have 
consistently supported the needs of children and military 
families. However, because of the large influx of military 
family members due to base realignment actions and a shift in 
military housing locations, the school district is unable to 
provide appropriate educational facilities.
    The problem is particularly acute for special education 
dependents. Bangor has been designated as a preferred 
assignment for military personnel with special needs children, 
including children with severe handicap conditions. The school 
district must currently transport these children to facilities 
some distance from the base because no facilities exist on base 
to meet the educational demands caused by these additional 
students.
    Accordingly, the Committee directs the Department of 
Defense to review the plan for a special need and education 
center that has been developed by the school district. The 
Committee further directs the Department to provide a report on 
the viability of this plan to the congressional defense 
committees not later than 60 days after enactment of the bill.

                    Military Construction, Air Force

Appropriations, 1997....................................    $754,064,000
    Rescission..........................................      -5,100,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Net...............................................     748,964,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................     495,782,000
House allowance.........................................     662,305,000
Committee recommendation................................     662,305,000

    The Committee recommends $662,305,000 for the Air Force in 
fiscal year 1998. This is an increase of $166,523,000 to the 
fiscal year 1998 budget request and equal to the House 
allowance. (See State table at the end of the report for 
complete program recommendations.)
    Aviano AB, Italy.--The Committee recognizes the importance 
of maintaining a U.S. fighter presence in the southern region 
of NATO and that Aviano Air Base meets that requirement. 
Approximately $412,000,000 is required for capital facility 
investment to convert the base from a forward operating 
location to a main operating base with a permanent flying 
mission assigned. The Committee is concerned that the Air Force 
does not have a formal lease agreement with the Italian 
Government for Aviano Air Base, but rather a series of leasing 
arrangements throughout the Aviano area. With significant 
infrastructure investments being made and planned for the base, 
it is prudent for the Department of Defense to seek some 
guarantee of a long-term presence at the base. The Committee 
believes that transitioning from the current informal 
arrangement to a more formal, legal agreement is necessary. The 
Committee directs the Department of the Air Force to report to 
the congressional defense committees on the status of 
negotiations with the Government of Italy and lease 
arrangements no later than January 15, 1998.
    Dangerous cargo pads, Pope AFB, NC.--Of the $48,880,000 
provided for planning and design within the ``Military 
construction, Air Force'' account, the Committee directs that 
not less than $2,400,000 to be made available for the design of 
a remote apron area for the loading and unloading of 
explosives/dangerous cargo at Pope Air Force Base. The 
Committee fully expects this contract to be awarded as early in 
fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Taxiway extension, Pope AFB, NC.--Of the $48,880,000 
provided for planning and design within the ``Military 
construction, Air Force'' account, the Committee directs that 
not less than $260,000 be made available for the design of a 
taxiway extension at Pope Air Force Base. The Committee fully 
expects this contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 
1998 as practical.
    Library and adult education center, Seymour Johnson AFB, 
NC.--Of the $48,880,000 provided for planning and design within 
the ``Military construction, Air Force'' account, the Committee 
directs that not less than $550,000 be made available for the 
planning and design of a library and adult education center at 
Seymour Johnson AFB, NC. The Committee fully expects this 
contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as 
practical.

                  Military Construction, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 1997....................................    $763,922,000
    Rescission..........................................     -51,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Net...............................................     712,922,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................     673,633,000
House allowance.........................................     613,333,000
Committee recommendation................................     690,889,000

    The Committee recommends $690,889,000 for projects 
considered within the ``Defense-wide'' account. The amount 
recommended is an increase of $17,256,000 from the fiscal year 
1998 budget request and $77,556,000 above the House allowance. 
(See State tables at the end of the report for complete program 
recommendations.)

                       chemical demilitarization

    The budget request identified a requirement of $120,527,000 
for chemical weapons demilitarization facility construction in 
fiscal year 1998. The Committee recommends a total of 
$76,527,000 for this program. This is a decrease of $44,000,000 
from the fiscal year 1998 budget request and $19,000,000 from 
the House allowance. The Committee finds that phase II of the 
ammunition demilitarization facility at Pine Bluff, AR, will 
not be ready for award in fiscal year 1998. This slippage is 
based on delays in receipt of required environmental permits. 
The Committee defers funding for this project at this time.
    The Committee notes that adequate funds are available from 
prior years to start construction of the Pine Bluff facility 
once the required permits are issued. Future Army budgets 
should ensure that the rest of the construction and 
demilitarization programs can be carried out without break.

                  Establishment of DOD Schools in Guam

    The Committee understands that there are emerging military 
construction and operation and maintenance requirements for a 
DOD elementary and secondary school in Guam. These proposed 
schools will help meet the educational requirements of family 
members of eligible military and civilian personnel assigned to 
Guam. The Committee encourages the Department to work with the 
Congress on clearly establishing those requirements in the 
fiscal year 1999 budget process.

                           Medical Facilities

    The budget request included $140,875,000 for 15 projects 
and for unspecified minor construction to provide hospital and 
medical facilities, including treatment, training, and medical 
research and development facilities. The Committee recommends 
funding for these projects and five additional projects for a 
total of $208,525,000. The following hospital and medical 
projects are provided for fiscal year 1998:

        Installation/project title                           Recommended

San Diego NS, CA, add/alter environmental preventive 
    unit................................................      $2,100,000
Naval submarine base, New London, CT, add/alter Naval 
    Undersea Medical Institute..........................       2,300,000
New Castle Airport, DE, replace squadron OPS/aeromedical 
    evacuation facility.................................       7,000,000
Pensacola NAS, FL, medical clinic addition..............       2,750,000
Robins AFB, GA, add/alter ambulatory health care center.      19,000,000
Fort Wayne IAP, IN, replace dining hall/medical training 
    facility............................................       5,900,000
Fort Campbell, KY, consolidated troop medical/dental 
    clinic..............................................      13,600,000
Forest Glen [WRAIR], MD, Army Institute of Research, 
    phase V.............................................      20,000,000
Fort Detrick, MD, health/dental clinic..................       4,650,000
McGuire AFB, NJ, ambulatory health care center 
    replacement.........................................      35,217,000
Holloman AFB, NM, dental clinic replacement.............       3,000,000
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, alter composite medical 
    facility............................................       2,750,000
Will Rogers IAP, OK, replace aeromedical evacuation 
    training facility...................................       3,100,000
McEntire ANGB, SC, dining facility/joint medical 
    training faci- lity.................................       7,000,000
Lackland AFB, TX, blood donor center....................       3,000,000
Hill AFB, UT, clinic addition...........................       3,100,000
Portsmouth Naval Hospital, VA, hospital replacement 
    (phase IX)..........................................      34,600,000
Quantico MCB, VA, medical/dental clinic replacement.....      19,000,000
Everett NS, WA, medical/dental clinic...................       7,500,000
Fort Lewis, WA, troop medical clinic....................       5,000,000
Various locations, worldwide, unspecified minor 
    construction........................................       7,958,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................     208,525,000

    Contingency construction.--The Committee has provided 
$4,000,000 for the ``Contingency construction'' account. This 
account provides funds which may be used by the Secretary of 
Defense for unforeseen facility requirements. The Committee 
believes that the funding provided to the account is adequate 
to meet the needs of the Department.
    Southwest Asia prepositioning.--The Committee acknowledges 
the requirement for prepositioning equipment in Southwest Asia. 
These supplies and equipment will provide logistical support in 
the region, in the event of hostilities that involve the United 
States. The Committee notes that the Army has stated that Qatar 
has offered to make a financial contribution toward the 
American defense effort in that country. The Committee strongly 
encourages the Secretary of Defense to execute a burdensharing 
agreement, whereby there is an equal sharing of financial 
resources involved in this project. The Committee directs that 
$10,000,000 of the amount provided for this program in fiscal 
year 1998, may not be obligated in any way, or expended, 
pending the delivery of a report from the Secretary as to his 
success in completing such a burdensharing agreement with the 
Government of Qatar. The report is requested not later than 
March 1, 1998.

               Military Construction, Reserve Components

Appropriations, 1997....................................    $413,868,000
    Rescission..........................................      -5,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Net...............................................     408,868,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................     172,886,000
House allowance.........................................     327,808,000
Committee recommendation................................     568,749,000

    The Committee recommends $568,749,000 for military 
construction projects for the Guard and Reserve components. 
This amount is $395,863,000 above the fiscal year 1998 budget 
request and $240,941,000 above the House allowance. This 
increase reflects the Committee's continued strong support for 
the Guard and Reserve.
    The Committee's recommended action on each Reserve 
component project is reflected in the State list at the end of 
this report.
    The Committee recommends approval of military construction, 
Reserve component as outlined in the following table:

                                                RESERVE COMPONENT                                               
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                                                                                       House         Committee  
                            Component                                 Request        allowance    recommendation
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Army National Guard.............................................     $45,098,000     $45,098,000    $234,614,000
Air National Guard..............................................      60,225,000     137,275,000     185,115,000
Army Reserve....................................................      39,112,000      77,731,000      96,079,000
Naval Reserve...................................................      13,921,000      40,561,000      21,111,000
Air Force Reserve...............................................      14,530,000      27,143,000      31,830,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     172,886,000     327,808,000     568,749,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Last year the Committee directed that the Army program 
request at least $75,000,000 in the fiscal year 1998 request 
for the Army National Guard. Instead, the budget request 
contained only $45,098,000, almost $30,000,000 less than the 
amount specified. The Committee understands that the recent 
offsite agreement between the Army and the Army National Guard 
resulted in an agreed military construction annual budget 
request level of $50,000,000 for the Army National Guard. 
Accordingly, the Committee directs that no Army funding for 
overseas classified locations may be expended until at least 
$50,000,000 is requested for the construction of Army National 
Guard projects in both the fiscal year 1999 budget request and 
the future years defense plan [FYDP].

              Army National Guard installation philosophy

    The Committee commends the Army National Guard for 
establishing a vision as to how their installations should 
appear and function as they transition to the next century. 
This philosophy is focused on the future and those investments 
necessary to provide efficiencies and long-term savings. The 
key tenets of this plan are education, data analysis, 
computerized maintenance management, energy management, master 
planning, and leadership. The Committee encourages the Army 
National Guard to create linkages with this philosophy and the 
resource prioritization and allocation process.
    The Committee commends the Department of Defense for 
developing a long-term plan and program for replacement and 
rehabilitation of National Guard armories. The Committee 
directs that the National Guard Bureau develop and provide a 
future years defense plan to the appropriate committees not 
later than March 30, 1998.
    The Committee has added $14,571,000 for specific Reserve 
component planning and design initiatives and minor 
construction projects listed below. The Department is expected 
to program the construction funds for these projects.
    Base infrastructure improvements.--Of the $8,800,000 
provided for unspecified minor construction within the ``Air 
National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not less 
than $1,200,000 be made available for base infrastructure 
improvements at the 120th FG ANG, Great Falls IAP, MT. The 
Committee fully expects these contracts to be awarded as early 
in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Readiness center, Dagsboro, DE.--Of the $33,000,000 
provided for planning and design within the ``Army National 
Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not less than 
$1,300,000 be made available for the design of a readiness 
center, Dagsboro, DE. The Committee fully expects this design 
contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as 
practical.
    Tafuna, American Samoa.--Of the $7,100,000 provided for 
planning and design within the ``Army Reserve'' account, the 
Committee directs that not less than $2,000,000 be made 
available for the design of alterations/additions to the Army 
Reserve Center in Tafuna, American Samoa. The Committee fully 
expects this design contract to be awarded as early in fiscal 
year 1998 as practical.
    Regional training center, Camp Dawson, WV.--The Committee 
urges the Army National Guard to accelerate the planning and 
design at Camp Dawson and for which planning funds were 
provided in fiscal year 1997. The Committee expects that this 
project will be included in the National Guard 5-year plan and 
the President's fiscal year 1999 budget request.
    Combat pistol course, Fort Harrison, MT.--Of the 
$40,900,000 provided for unspecified minor construction within 
the ``Army National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that 
not less than $800,000 be made available for a combat pistol 
qualification course. The Committee fully expects this contract 
to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Troop medical clinic/military entrance processing station, 
Camp Dodge, IA.--Of the $33,000,000 provided for planning and 
design within the ``Army National Guard'' account, the 
Committee directs that not less than $427,000 be made available 
for the design of a troop medical clinic/military entrance 
processing station at Camp Dodge, IA. The Committee fully 
expects this design contract to be awarded as early in fiscal 
year 1998 as practical.
    Mobilization and training equipment site, Yakima Training 
Center, WA.--Of the $33,000,000 provided for planning and 
design within the ``Army National Guard'' account, the 
Committee directs that not less than $1,184,000 for the design 
of a mobilization and training equipment site [MATES], Yakima 
Training Center, WA. The Committee fully expects this design 
contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as 
practical.
    Reserve center, Great Falls, MT.--Of the $33,000,000 
provided for planning and design within the ``Army National 
Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not less than 
$360,000 be made available for the design of a Reserve center, 
Great Falls, MT. The Committee fully expects this design 
contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as 
practical. 
    Command support maintenance shop/Armed Forces Reserve 
center, Eleanor, WV.--Of the $33,000,000 provided for planning 
and design within the ``Army National Guard'' account, the 
Committee directs that not less than $2,000,000 be made 
available for the design of a command support maintenance shop 
and associated Armed Forces Reserve center in Eleanor, WV. The 
Committee fully expects this design contract to be awarded as 
early in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Armed Forces Reserve center, Los Alamitos, CA.--Of the 
$33,000,000 provided for planning and design within the ``Army 
National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not less 
than $710,000 be made available for the design of an Armed 
Forces Reserve center, Los Alamitos, CA. The Committee fully 
expects this design contract to be awarded as early in fiscal 
year 1998 as practical.
    Armed forces reserve center, Billings, MT.--Of the 
$14,950,000 provided for construction, the Committee directs 
that not less than $550,000 be made available to support 
construction of curbs, gutters, sidewalk, adjacent street 
paving, and water recycle systems associated with this project.
    Dual-use training facility, Northfield, VT.--The Committee 
is aware that the Army National Guard is working with the 
Vermont National Guard and Norwich University to develop a new 
type of training facility. They envision constructing a dual-
use facility that would meet the needs of five Army National 
Guard detachments and Norwich University ROTC while 
simultaneously providing a vital link to various community 
organizations such as FEMA, firefighters, and police. This new 
facility will be unique in its provision of the four domains of 
training (distance learning, virtual training systems, 
constructive simulation, and live simulation) to both military 
personnel and civilians.
    Of the $33,000,000 provided for planning and design within 
the ``Army National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that 
not less than $1,000,000 be made available for the design of 
this dual-use training facility. The Committee fully expects 
this design contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 
as practical.
    Readiness center, Bryan, TX.--The Committee is aware of a 
requirement to renovate the readiness center in Bryan, TX. The 
existing facility was built over 40 years ago and is inadequate 
for the current mission and training requirements of the unit. 
The individuals assigned to this facility drill in an 
overcrowded and substandard readiness center. The Committee 
strongly urges the Army National Guard to include funding in 
the fiscal year 1999 budget request to renovate this readiness 
center.
    Organizational maintenance shop, Fort Huachuca, AZ.--Of the 
$33,000,000 provided for planning and design within the ``Army 
National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not less 
than $350,000 be made available for the design of an 
organizational maintenance shop, Fort Huachuca, AZ. The 
Committee fully expects this design contract to be awarded as 
early in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Base supply complex, Will Rogers ANG Base, OK.--The 
Committee is aware of the requirement for a base supply complex 
at this installation given the condition and inefficiency of 
the present facilities. Of the $15,650,000 provided for 
planning and design within the ``Air National Guard'' account, 
the Committee directs that not less than $350,000 be made 
available for the design of a base supply complex, Will Rogers 
ANG Base, OK. The Committee fully expects this design contract 
to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Medical clinic addition, Eielson AFB, AK.--Of the 
$8,800,000 provided for unspecified minor construction within 
the ``Air National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that 
not less than $1,400,000 be made available for a medical clinic 
addition at Eielson AFB, AK. The Committee fully expects this 
contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as 
practical.
    Base supply complex, Burlington IAP, VT.--Of the 
$15,650,000 provided for planning and design within the ``Air 
National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not less 
than $550,000 be made available for the design of a base supply 
complex, Burlington IAP, VT. The Committee fully expects this 
design contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as 
practical.
    Readiness center, Oklahoma City, OK.--Of the $15,650,000 
provided for planning and design within the ``Air National 
Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not less than 
$497,000 be made available for the design of a readiness 
center, Oklahoma City, OK. The Committee fully expects this 
design contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as 
practical.
    Advanced technology training center, Fort Harrison, MT.--Of 
the $33,000,000 provided for planning and design within the 
``Army National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not 
less than $163,000 be made available for the design of an 
advanced technology training center at Fort Harrison, MT. The 
Committee fully expects this design contract to be awarded as 
early in fiscal year 1998 as practical.
    Communications training squadron facility, Coraopolis, 
PA.--Of the $2,116,000 provided for planning and design with 
the ``Air Force Reserve'' account, the Committee directs not 
less than $280,000 be made available for the design of a 
communications squadron training facility for the 911th Air 
Wing, Coraopolis, PA. The Committee fully expects the design 
contract to be awarded as early in fiscal year 1998 as 
practical.
    Planning and design.--The Committee recommendation provides 
an additional $41,921,000 over the budget request for planning 
and design activities for the Reserve components. The Army 
continues to ignore the future needs of the Reserve components. 
In anticipation of increased congressional support in the 
appropriations process, the Army has continued to underfund 
Reserve component planning and design funding.

     North Atlantic Treaty Organization Security Investment Program

Appropriations, 1997....................................    $172,000,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................     176,300,000
House allowance.........................................     166,300,000
Committee recommendation................................     152,600,000

    The Committee has provided $152,600,000 for the North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization Security Investment Program for 
fiscal year 1998. This amount is $23,700,000 below the 
President's fiscal year 1998 budget request and $13,700,000 
below the House allowance. The Committee understands that 
approximately $23,700,000 is expected to be available from 
recoupments from prior-year U.S.-funded work, and from 
deobligation of NATO funds for previously obligated projects 
that were reduced in scope or canceled. The Committee directs 
the Department to continue to work with the member nations to 
reduce the U.S. share of the overall construction program costs 
associated with this program.

                             NATO EXPANSION

    The Committee is concerned that the amount requested 
annually by the Department for the North Atlantic Treaty 
Organization Security Investment Program continues to increase. 
This continuous investment in NATO infrastructure each year 
seems redundant and excessive with the end of the cold war and 
the dramatic reshaping of Europe that is taking place.
    In light of the recent NATO meeting in Madrid, the 
Committee is particularly apprehensive about the increased 
costs that would be associated with the incorporation of three 
new member States into the alliance. With future defense 
spending constrained, this expansion has the potential to 
seriously degrade U.S. military construction and defense 
programs.
    In the report accompanying the fiscal year 1997 Senate 
report on the Military Construction appropriations bill, the 
Committee directed that the Secretary of Defense provide a 
report by May 1, 1997, to the congressional defense committees 
on new organization and infrastructure requirements that would 
be required as a result of this expansion. The Department's 
initial response was preliminary and sketchy. In light of the 
decisions taken at the NATO summit in Madrid on July 9, 1997, 
to include three new member nations, the Committee now directs 
the Secretary to provide a comprehensive report which provides 
in detail the additional funding requirements associated with 
the expansion, including logistical, communications, 
construction, and all other additional requirements anticipated 
for the NATO infrastructure account. Such projections should be 
accompanied by a detailed summary of the costs expended to date 
for this purpose. The Congress must have pertinent cost 
information available on this matter when the Senate considers 
the administration's proposal on NATO expansion. Therefore, the 
Committee directs that this report be provided no later than 
October 15, 1997. Further, the Committee directs that 
$20,000,000 of the amount provided for the NATO infrastructure 
account may not be obligated in any way, or expended, until 60 
days after the receipt of the report.

                        Family Housing Overview

    The Committee has provided $3,820,701,000 for family 
housing construction, operations and maintenance, the 
Department's new family housing improvements fund, and the 
homeowners assistance program. This amount is $152,291,000 
above the fiscal year 1998 budget request and $125,366,000 
under the House allowance.
    General and flag officer quarters.--The Committee agrees 
with House report language concerning general and flag officer 
quarters. The Committee further concurs with House report 
language concerning all reporting requirements and 
notifications for these type of quarters.

                    housing privatization initiative

    The Committee notes the Department's efforts to develop new 
privatization initiatives to meet the shortfall in adequate 
family housing. Several projects are underway and many others 
are under consideration. However, the Committee is concerned 
that the Department is attempting to accelerate the program 
without allowing time to assimilate lessons from the earlier 
projects. The financial underpinnings of these authorities are 
complex and require a shift of attitudes, which cannot be 
accomplished in a matter of months.
    The Secretary of Defense requested that the Congress 
authorize an additional two rounds of base realignment and 
closure (BRAC) with the first round beginning as early as 1999. 
Both the House of Representatives and the Senate rejected this 
proposal because of continuing concerns regarding the process, 
costs, and need to complete closure actions from the previous 
rounds. However, the Department of Defense may well be given 
authority to conduct additional round(s) of base realignment 
and closure sometime in the future.
    When the Department assesses bases for closure, they 
measure each installation against well-established selection 
criteria. The Cost of Base Realignment Actions [COBRA] model 
was used to evaluate installations during the past four BRAC 
rounds. COBRA is heavily weighted to consider costs and return 
on investment resulting from the closure.
    Many of these proposed privatization initiatives contain 
various mechanisms that shift financial risk and liability from 
the private sector entity to the Government, mitigating 
potential benefits from this initiative to the taxpayer. These 
guarantees or considerations cover mortgage payments or 
insulate private interests against future BRAC actions, force 
reductions or extended deployments. The Department of Defense 
can also provide guarantees for rent and occupancy levels if 
necessary to secure private sector financing.
    Housing privatization projects with these type of 
guarantees raise troubling questions concerning Government 
liability and budget implications in a BRAC environment. More 
importantly, they could advantage those bases with these types 
of projects because BRAC guarantees make them more expensive to 
close or realign. It is conceivable that if two similar bases 
are under consideration, the installation with the 
privatization initiative, would score more favorably than the 
base without a public/private housing venture.
    Accordingly, the Committee has added a provision which 
requires the Secretary of Defense to notify the congressional 
defense committees of all family housing privatization 
solicitations and agreements which contain any clause providing 
consideration for base realignment and closure, force 
reductions, and extended deployments.

                          Family Housing, Army

Appropriations, 1997....................................  $1,370,969,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................   1,291,937,000
House allowance.........................................   1,351,068,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,317,037,000

    The Committee recommends a total of $1,317,037,000 for 
family housing, Army, in fiscal year 1998. This is $25,100,000 
over the fiscal year 1998 budget request and $34,031,000 under 
the House allowance. Specific details are included in the 
tables at the end of the report.

                 Family Housing, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 1997....................................  $1,520,607,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................   1,255,437,000
House allowance.........................................   1,385,682,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,339,123,000

    The Committee recommends $1,339,123,000 for family housing, 
Navy and Marine Corps, in fiscal year 1998. This amount is 
$83,686,000 over the fiscal year 1998 budget request and 
$46,559,000 under the House allowance. Specific details are 
included in the tables at the end of the report.

                       Family Housing, Air Force

Appropriations, 1997....................................  $1,134,016,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................   1,083,362,000
House allowance.........................................   1,171,643,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,126,867,000

    The Committee recommends $1,126,867,000 for family housing, 
Air Force, in fiscal year 1998, which is $43,505,000 over the 
budget request, and $44,776,000 under the House allowance. 
Specific details are included in the tables at the end of the 
report.

                      Family Housing, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 1997....................................     $35,334,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................      37,674,000
House allowance.........................................      37,674,000
Committee recommendation................................      37,674,000

    The Committee recommends $37,674,000 for family housing, 
defense-wide, in fiscal year 1998. This amount is equal to the 
budget request and the House allowance. Specific details are 
included in the tables at the end of the report.

                    Family Housing Improvement Fund

Appropriations, 1997....................................     $25,000,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................................
House allowance.........................................................
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee recommends no appropriation for the family 
housing improvement fund in fiscal year 1998. No funds were 
requested in the budget request. The House did not appropriate 
funding for this initiative.
    Additionally, the Committee has included a provision which 
designates the family housing improvement fund as the sole 
source of funds to finance the administrative costs for 
military family and unaccompanied housing privatization 
initiatives.

                       Homeowners Assistance Fund

Appropriations, 1997....................................     $36,181,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................................
House allowance.........................................................
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee recommends no appropriation for the 
homeowners assistance fund [HAF]. This is equal to the budget 
request for fiscal year 1998 and the House allowance. This 
represents a decrease of $36,181,000 below the appropriations 
for fiscal year 1997. This program benefits military personnel 
and Federal civilian employee homeowners in locations where the 
housing market becomes depressed due to an announcement of a 
base closure or realignment of a military installation. The HAF 
provides partial compensation to homeowners for their financial 
losses incurred in the sale of their homes. The fund receives 
funding from several sources: appropriations, borrowing 
authority, revenue from sale of acquired properties, 
reimbursable authorities, prior fiscal year unobligated 
balances, and recovery of prior year obligations. Anticipated 
expenditures for fiscal year 1998 are expected to be covered by 
available prior-year funds and proceeds from the resale of 
homes.

                         Base Closure Overview

    The Committee has approved $2,060,854,000 for base closure 
and realignment activities during fiscal year 1998. This amount 
is $312,620 under the amount appropriated by Congress for 
fiscal year 1997. A discussion of these activities is included 
at the beginning of the report under the heading ``Base 
Realignment and Closure.''
    The Committee recommends providing full funding for these 
important projects. To this end, the Committee provides the 
following listing of the specific projects requested by the 
Department and appropriated by the Committee for the BRAC 
accounts. The Committee provides specific approval and 
appropriated funds for the following construction projects:

                      BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE                      
 [Fiscal year 1998 budget estimate, base realignment and closure, fiscal
             year 1998 BRAC military construction projects]             
                         [Dollars in thousands]                         
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Component/State/project description        BRAC round        Amount  
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army BRAC III construction, fiscal year                                 
 1998:                                                                  
    Texas: Fort Bliss: Repair aircraft    III..............       $3,650
     hangar (46865).                                                    
                                         -------------------------------
      Total for Army BRAC III             .................        3,650
       construction, fiscal year 1998.                                  
                                         ===============================
Army BRAC IV construction, fiscal year                                  
 1998:                                                                  
    Alaska: Fort Wainwright: Missile      IV...............          600
     test facility (46159).                                             
                                         ===============================
    California:                                                         
        Camp Parks: Army Reserve center   IV...............        9,500
         facility (46206).                                              
        Sierra Army Depot: Consolidated   IV...............          900
         security (45872).                                              
        Travis AFB: Administrative        IV...............        2,250
         facility (47187).                                              
                                         -------------------------------
            Subtotal, Army, California..  .................       12,650
                                         ===============================
    Colorado:                                                           
        Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center:  IV...............        2,100
         Sanitary sewer (46341).                                        
        Fort Carson: Readiness group      IV...............        2,500
         administrative facility (46413).                               
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Army, Colorado......  .................        4,600
                                         ===============================
    District of Columbia: Walter Reed                                   
     Army Medical Center: Nurse training                                
     facility (463342)..................  IV...............        1,500
                                         ===============================
    Maryland:                                                           
        Fort Detrick: Health clinic       IV...............          650
         (46329).                                                       
        Fort Meade: Administrative        IV...............        6,300
         facility (47237).                                              
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Army, Maryland......  .................        6,950
                                         ===============================
    Michigan: Detroit arsenal: Storage    IV...............        5,900
     facility (46300).                                                  
                                         ===============================
    Missouri:                                                           
        Fort Leonard Wood:                                              
            Range modifications (46094).  IV...............       17,500
            Military operations in        IV...............        6,900
             urbanized terrain facility                                 
             (45892).                                                   
                                         -------------------------------
              Subtotal, Army, Missouri..  .................       24,400
                                         ===============================
    Nevada:                                                             
        Hawthorne Army Ammunition Plant:  IV...............        1,550
         Warehouse (46217).                                             
        Nellis AFB: Administrative        IV...............        3,850
         facility (46291).                                              
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Army, Nevada........  .................        5,400
                                         ===============================
    New York: Fort Totten: Storage        IV...............        1,900
     facility (46258).                                                  
                                         ===============================
    South Carolina: Fort Jackson: DOD     IV...............        4,600
     polygraph instructional facility                                   
     (45839).                                                           
                                         ===============================
    Virginia: Fort Pickett: Reserve       IV...............        3,100
     center building (46354).                                           
                                         ===============================
    Washington: Fort Lewis: Center for    IV...............        3,150
     health promotion (46056).                                          
                                         ===============================
    Various locations: Program            IV...............        3,750
     management.                                                        
                                         -------------------------------
      Total for Army BRAC IV              .................       78,500
       construction, fiscal year 1998.                                  
                                         ===============================
Navy BRAC III construction, fiscal year                                 
 1998:                                                                  
    California:                                                         
        Naval Air Station Lemoore:        III..............        2,586
         Administrative office (186T).                                  
        Marine Corps Air Station,         III..............       48,773
         Miramar: Support facilities                                    
         (007T).                                                        
        Pacific Fleet Antisubmarine                                     
         Warfare Training Center, San                                   
         Diego: Gymnasium (387T)........  III..............        3,501
        Naval Submarine Base, San Diego:  III..............          891
         Pier renovation (124T).                                        
        Public works center, San Diego:   III..............        1,821
         Public works shop (175T).                                      
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Navy, California....  .................       57,572
                                         ===============================
    Florida:                                                            
        Naval Aviation Depot,             III..............        5,074
         Jacksonville: Administrative                                   
         building (220T).                                               
        Naval Air Station, Jacksonville:                                
         Aviation physiology training                                   
         building (831T)................  III..............        3,383
        Naval Training Center, Orlando:   III..............        2,686
         Facility modifications (001T).                                 
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Navy, Florida.......  .................       11,143
                                         ===============================
    Georgia: Naval Air Station, Atlanta:  III..............        9,053
     Marine Reserve training facility                                   
     (906T).                                                            
                                         ===============================
    Hawaii:                                                             
        Pacific Missile Range Facility,                                 
         Barking Sands: Ordnance                                        
         facilities  (297T).............  III..............          612
        Marine Corps Station, Kaneohe                                   
         Bay:                                                           
            Aviation supply facilities    III..............        1,491
             (274T).                                                    
            Utilities upgrade (504T)....  III..............        2,168
            Ordnance facilities (508T)..  III..............        1,160
        Naval Station, Pearl Harbor:      III..............        1,005
         Fleet Imaging Center (524T).                                   
        Public Works Center, Pearl        III..............        1,492
         Harbor: Utility system                                         
         modifications (539T).                                          
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Navy, Hawaii........  .................        7,928
                                         ===============================
    Virginia: Naval Station, Norfolk:     III..............          995
     Administrative facility (360T).                                    
                                         ===============================
    Washington: Naval Hospital,           III..............       10,409
     Bremerton: Outpatient clinic (019T).                               
                                         ===============================
    Wisconsin: Fort McCoy: Equipment      III..............        2,295
     maintenance facility (701T).                                       
                                         ===============================
      Total for Navy BRAC III             .................       99,395
       construction, fiscal year 1998.                                  
                                         ===============================
Navy BRAC IV construction, fiscal year                                  
 1998:                                                                  
    California:                                                         
        Marine Corps Air Station,                                       
         Miramar: Administrative/                                       
         training spaces  (020U)........  IV...............        1,403
        Naval Air Station, North Island:                                
            Operational facility and      IV...............       28,750
             parking (820U).                                            
            Intermediate maintenance      IV...............        1,273
             facility (822U).                                           
                                         -------------------------------
              Subtotal, Navy, California  .................       31,426
                                         ===============================
    District of Columbia: Commandant                                    
     Naval District, Washington: Naval                                  
     Sea Systems Command headquarters                                   
     relocation (088U)..................  IV...............       86,045
                                         ===============================
    Florida:                                                            
        Naval Air Station, Jacksonville:  IV...............        2,985
         Medical/dental additions (231U).                               
        S-3 Naval maintenance training    IV...............        1,329
         group: Modifications (239U).                                   
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Navy, Florida.......  .................        4,314
                                         ===============================
    Guam: Naval activities: Building      IV...............          597
     renovation (416U).                                                 
                                         ===============================
    Pennsylvania: Naval Surface Warfare                                 
     Center, Philadelphia: Acoustics R&D;                                
     Facility (185U)....................  IV...............        6,151
                                         ===============================
    Virginia:                                                           
        Naval Air Station, Oceana:                                      
            Flight simulator building     IV...............        8,998
             addition (160U).                                           
            Corrosion control hangar      IV...............        4,775
             (576U).                                                    
            Hangar utilities              IV...............        1,244
             improvements (165U).                                       
            F/A 18 aviation maintenance   IV...............        2,686
             additions (164U).                                          
            Renovate/addition training    IV...............        5,671
             facility (161U).                                           
        Fleet Industrial Supply Center,                                 
         Williamsburg:                                                  
            Building renovation (028U)..  IV...............        2,437
            Cargo staging area (029U)...  IV...............        1,443
                                         -------------------------------
              Subtotal, Navy, Virginia..  .................       27,254
                                         ===============================
              Total for Navy BRAC IV      .................      155,787
               construction, fiscal year                                
               1998.                                                    
                                         ===============================
Air Force BRAC III construction, fiscal                                 
 year 1998:                                                             
    California: Travis AFB: Land          III..............        2,050
     purchase (XDZT973300).                                             
                                         -------------------------------
      Total for Air Force BRAC III        .................        2,050
       construction, fiscal year 1998.                                  
                                         ===============================
Air Force BRAC III family housing,                                      
 fiscal year 1998:                                                      
    California: Travis AFB: Improve       III..............       46,010
     family housing, 375 units                                          
     (XDAT950000).                                                      
                                         -------------------------------
      Total for Air Force BRAC III        .................       46,010
       family housing, fiscal year 1998.                                
                                         ===============================
Air Force BRAC IV construction, fiscal                                  
 year 1998:                                                             
    California:                                                         
        Beale AFB:                                                      
            Dining facility               IV...............        2,100
             (PRJ891009R1).                                             
            938 Engineering Installation  IV...............        8,100
             Squadron (PRJY911023R2).                                   
            Enlisted dormitory            IV...............        9,000
             (PRJY93103R2).                                             
            Add to child development      IV...............        2,100
             center (PRJY95301R1).                                      
            Vehicle maintenance facility  IV...............        1,450
             (PRJY953009R1).                                            
            Air Force Reserve KC-135      IV...............        1,700
             flight simulator                                           
             (PRJY953046R1).                                            
        Palmdale Plant 42: Add/alter      IV...............          580
         secure warehouse (PRJY953008R2).                               
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Air Force,            .................       25,030
           California.                                                  
                                         ===============================
    Colorado:                                                           
        Falcon AFB:                                                     
            Satellite control facility    IV...............       16,000
             (GLEN973008A).                                             
            Add to dining facility        IV...............          500
             (GLEN973009).                                              
            Technical support facility    IV...............        6,400
             (GLEN973010).                                              
            Alter operations support      IV...............          760
             facility (GLEN973020).                                     
            Add to fitness center         IV...............          300
             (GLEN973023).                                              
        Peterson AFB: Enlisted dormitory  IV...............        1,200
         (TDKA963004).                                                  
                                         -------------------------------
            Subtotal, Air Force,          .................       25,160
             Colorado.                                                  
                                         ===============================
    New York:                                                           
        Fort Drum:                                                      
            Vehicle operations heated     IV...............        1,700
             parking (WOXG959613).                                      
            Add to fire station           IV...............          300
             (FPBB969510).                                              
                                         -------------------------------
              Subtotal, Air Force, New    .................        2,000
             York.                                                      
                                         ===============================
    Ohio: Wright-Patterson AFB: Renovate  IV...............        2,500
     support facility (PRJY921012R1).                                   
                                         ===============================
    Oklahoma: Vance AFB: Add to child     IV...............          330
     development center (XTLF983303).                                   
                                         ===============================
    Texas:                                                              
        Brooks AFB: Add/alter life        IV...............        3,900
         sciences/textile laboratory                                    
         (CNBC993000).                                                  
        Kelly AFB: Communications         IV...............        2,500
         infrastructure support                                         
         (MBPB993225R1).                                                
        Lackland AFB:                                                   
            838th Engineer Installation   IV...............        5,600
             Squadron (MBPB993201R1).                                   
            Child development center      IV...............          480
             (MBPB993209R2).                                            
            Add to auto hobby shop        IV...............        1,100
             (MBPB993222R1).                                            
        Laughlin AFB: Engine staging      IV...............        2,950
         facility (MXDP973004R2).                                       
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Air Force, Texas....  .................       16,530
                                         ===============================
        Various locations: Planning and   IV...............        4,157
         design (BCL98RD4).                                             
                                         -------------------------------
          Total for Air Force BRAC IV     .................       75,707
           construction, fiscal year                                    
           1998.                                                        
                                         ===============================
Air Force BRAC IV family housing, fiscal                                
 year 1998:                                                             
    Texas: Lackland AFB: General          IV...............          790
     officers quarters (MBPB99203R2).                                   
                                         -------------------------------
      Total for Air Force BRAC IV family  .................          790
       housing, fiscal year 1998.                                       
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Note: Defense Logistics Agency and Defense Information Systems Agency   
  BRAC III and IV Construction, Fiscal Year 1998. Defense Logistics     
  Agency and Defense Information Systems Agency have no construction    
  projects relating to any BRAC round requested in fiscal year 1998.    

              Base Realignment and Closure Account, Part I

    The Committee recognizes that fiscal year 1995 was the last 
year for appropriations into this account.

             Base Realignment and Closure Account, Part II

Appropriations, 1997....................................    $352,800,000
    Rescission..........................................     -35,391,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Net...............................................     317,409,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................     116,754,000
House allowance.........................................     116,754,000
Committee recommendation................................     116,754,000

    The Committee recommends $116,754,000 for the base 
realignment and closure account, part II as authorized and 
provided by the House allowance. This is a decrease of 
$200,655,000 below the net amount appropriated for fiscal year 
1997.

             Base Realignment and Closure Account, Part III

Appropriations, 1997....................................    $971,925,000
    Rescission..........................................     -75,638,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Net...............................................     896,287,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................     768,702,000
House allowance.........................................     768,702,000
Committee recommendation................................     768,702,000

    The Committee recommends $768,702,000 for the base 
realignment and closure account, part III as authorized and 
provided by the House allowance. This is a decrease of 
$127,585,000 below the net appropriated for fiscal year 1997.

             Base Realignment and Closure Account, Part IV

Appropriations, 1997....................................  $1,182,749,000
    Rescission..........................................     -22,971,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Net...............................................   1,159,778,000
Budget estimate, 1998...................................   1,175,398,000
House allowance.........................................   1,175,398,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,175,398,000

    The Committee recommends $1,175,398,000 for the base 
realignment and closure account, part IV as authorized and 
provided by the House allowance. This is an increase of 
$15,620,000 above the net amount appropriated for fiscal year 
1997.

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The Committee has made no changes to sections 101-120 as 
recommended by the House, sections 121-123 have been deleted by 
the Committee.

                    committee recommended provisions

    The Committee has added four general provisions to the 
House-passed bill as follows:
    Section 125 provides a reduction of $31,000,000 to the 
Military Construction accounts of the Army, Navy, Air Force, 
and Defense-wide, as well as to the ``NATO infrastructure'' and 
``Base realignment and closure'' accounts. This reduction 
reflects a reestimation of fiscal year 1998 inflation 
undertaken by the Office of Management and Budget in June 1997.
    Section 126 provides the Secretary of the Army authority to 
complete a diver training facility at Key West Naval Air 
Station, using an unspecified minor construction project.
    Section 127 provides the Secretary of the Navy 
discretionary authority to lease property in Hawaii to the city 
and county of Honolulu.
    Section 128 requires the Secretary of Defense to notify the 
congressional defense committees of all family housing 
privatization solicitations and agreements which contain any 
clause providing consideration for base realignment and 
closure, force reductions, and extended deployments.

  COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7, RULE XVI, OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Paragraph 7 of rule XVI requires that Committee reports on 
general appropriations bills identify each Committee amendment 
to the House bill ``which proposes an item of appropriation 
which is not made to carry out the provisions of an existing 
law, a treaty stipulation, or an act or resolution previously 
passed by the Senate during that session.''
    All projects for which appropriations are provided by the 
Committee are anticipated to be authorized.

COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7(C), RULE XXVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, the Committee 
ordered reported en bloc H.R. 2016, Military Construction 
appropriations bill, 1998, and S. 1033, an original 
Agriculture, Rural Development appropriations bill, 1998, 
subject to amendment and subject to their budget allocations, 
and S. 1034, an original VA-HUD appropriations bill, subject to 
amendment and subject to appropriate scoring, by a recorded 
vote of 28-0, a quorum being present. The vote was as follows:
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman Stevens
Mr. Cochran
Mr. Specter
Mr. Domenici
Mr. Bond
Mr. Gorton
Mr. McConnell
Mr. Burns
Mr. Shelby
Mr. Gregg
Mr. Bennett
Mr. Campbell
Mr. Craig
Mr. Faircloth
Mrs. Hutchison
Mr. Byrd
Mr. Inouye
Mr. Hollings
Mr. Leahy
Mr. Bumpers
Mr. Lautenberg
Mr. Harkin
Ms. Mikulski
Mr. Reid
Mr. Kohl
Mrs. Murray
Mr. Dorgan
Mrs. Boxer

 COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 12, RULE XXVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Paragraph 12 of rule XXVI requires that Committee reports 
on a bill or joint resolution repealing or amending any statute 
or part of any statute include ``(a) the text of the statute or 
part thereof which is proposed to be repealed; and (b) a 
comparative print of that part of the bill or joint resolution 
making the amendment and of the statute or part thereof 
proposed to be amended, showing by stricken-through type and 
italics, parallel columns, or other appropriate typographical 
devices the omissions and insertions which would be made by the 
bill or joint resolution if enacted in the form recommended by 
the committee.''
    In compliance with this rule, changes in existing law 
proposed to be made by the bill are shown as follows: existing 
law to be omitted is enclosed in black brackets; new matter is 
printed in italic; and existing law in which no change is 
proposed is shown in roman.
    No change in existing statutes has been proposed.

                                                    MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT LISTING BY LOCATION                                                   
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]                                                               
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                                                                                                                               Senate compared to--     
                                                                                               House         Committee   -------------------------------
                        Installation and project                          Budget request     allowance    recommendation                       House    
                                                                                                                          Budget request     allowance  
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                                 ALABAMA                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: REDSTONE ARSENAL: MICOM MISSILE READINESS SOFTWARE ENGINEERING                                                                                    
 ANNEX..................................................................  ..............  ..............         27,000         +27,000         +27,000 
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    MAXWELL AFB:                                                                                                                                        
        OTS ACADEMIC FACILITY...........................................          4,479           4,479           4,479   ..............  ..............
        OTS PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER.....................................          1,095           1,095           1,095   ..............  ..............
        SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE FACILITY...................  ..............          9,300   ..............  ..............         -9,300 
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    ANNISTON CHEMICAL ACTIVITY: AMMUNITION DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY....          9,900           9,900           9,900   ..............  ..............
    REDSTONE ARSENAL, HUNTSVILLE: MISSILE SPACE INTELLIGENCE CENTER                                                                                     
     (DIA)..............................................................         32,700          32,700          32,700   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: DANNELLY FIELD: MUNITIONS COMPLEX/AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                                                                  
 SHOP...................................................................  ..............  ..............          4,800          +4,800          +4,800 
AIR FORCE RESERVE: MAXWELL AFB: DATED AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE FACILITY.....  ..............  ..............          5,200          +5,200          +5,200 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ALABAMA....................................................         48,174          57,474          85,174         +37,000         +27,700 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 ALASKA                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    CLEAR AFS:                                                                                                                                          
        ALTER DORMITORIES...............................................         20,285          20,285          20,285   ..............  ..............
        BALLISTIC MISSILE EARLY WARNING SYSTEM FACILITY.................         46,784          46,784          46,784   ..............  ..............
    EIELSON AFB:                                                                                                                                        
        A-10 SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE UNIT..............          7,764           7,764           7,764   ..............  ..............
        POTABLE WATER STORAGE UPGRADE...................................  ..............  ..............          6,000          +6,000          +6,000 
    ELMENDORF: ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS UPGRADE...............................  ..............  ..............          6,100          +6,100          +6,100 
    INDIAN MOUNTAIN: UPGRADE PETROLEUM, OIL, AND LUBRICANT SYSTEM.......          1,991           1,991           1,991   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE: ELMENDORF AFB: REPLACE FUEL TANKAGE (DLA).................         21,700          21,700          21,700   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: BETHEL: ARMY GUARD AVIATION OPS FACILITY...........  ..............  ..............          4,600          +4,600          +4,600 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ALASKA.....................................................         98,524          98,524         115,224         +16,700         +16,700 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 ARIZONA                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: FORT HUACHUCA: WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL.....................         20,000          20,000          20,000   ..............  ..............
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    CAMP NAVAJO NAVY DETACHMENT: MAGAZINE MODIFICATIONS (PHASE II)......         11,426          11,426          11,426   ..............  ..............
    YUMA MARINE CORPS AIR STATION: BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS...........  ..............         12,250   ..............  ..............        -12,250 
AIR FORCE: LUKE AFB: LAND PURCHASE, GOLDWATER RANGE.....................  ..............         10,000   ..............  ..............        -10,000 
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: PAPAGO MILITARY RESERVATION: COMBINED SUPPORT                                                                                      
 MAINTENANCE SHOPS......................................................  ..............  ..............         11,000         +11,000         +11,000 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ARIZONA....................................................         31,426          53,676          42,426         +11,000         -11,250 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                ARKANSAS                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: PINE BLUFF ARSENAL: AMMUNITION DEMILITARIZATION SUPPORT FACILITY..  ..............         15,000   ..............  ..............        -15,000 
AIR FORCE: LITTLE ROCK AFB: CONTROL TOWER...............................  ..............          3,400           3,400          +3,400   ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE: PINE BLUFF CHEMICAL ACTIVITY: AMMUNITION DEMILITARIZATION                                                                                 
 FACILITY...............................................................         44,000   ..............  ..............        -44,000   ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                    
    HAZEN:                                                                                                                                              
        ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE SHOP.................................          1,345           1,345           1,345   ..............  ..............
        READINESS CENTER................................................          2,261           2,261           2,261   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ARKANSAS...............................................         47,606          22,006           7,006         -40,600         -15,000 
                                                                                                                                                        
                               CALIFORNIA                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: CONCORD NAVAL WEAPONS STATION: ORDNANCE SUPPORT FACILITY..........         23,000          23,000          23,000   ..............  ..............
    FORT IRWIN:                                                                                                                                         
        LIVE FIRE COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY..........................  ..............          2,650   ..............  ..............         -2,650 
        ROTATIONAL WASH POINT...........................................  ..............          8,500   ..............  ..............         -8,500 
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    CAMP PENDLETON MARINE CORPS AIR STATION:                                                                                                            
        AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TRAINING FACILITY..........................          4,300           4,300           4,300   ..............  ..............
        AVIATION TRAINING AREA..........................................  ..............         10,130   ..............  ..............        -10,130 
        EMERGENCY SPILL CONTROL.........................................          2,840           2,840           2,840   ..............  ..............
        HIGHBAY WAREHOUSE...............................................          6,880           6,880           6,880   ..............  ..............
    CAMP PENDLETON MARINE CORPS BASE:                                                                                                                   
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS......................................         12,000          12,000          12,000   ..............  ..............
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS......................................  ..............         16,120   ..............  ..............        -16,120 
        BRIDGE REPLACEMENT..............................................          5,600           5,600           5,600   ..............  ..............
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER........................................  ..............          4,480   ..............  ..............         -4,480 
        RIVER FLOOD CONTROL (SANTA MARGARITA)...........................         21,869          21,869          21,869   ..............  ..............
    CORONADO NAVAL AMPHIBIOUS BASE: WATERFRONT OPERATIONS BUILDING......  ..............         10,100   ..............  ..............        -10,100 
    EL CENTRO NAVAL AIR FACILITY: ORDNANCE FACILITIES...................         11,000          11,000          11,000   ..............  ..............
    MIRAMAR MARINE CORPS AIR STATION: ENLISTED DINING FACILITY..........          8,700           8,700           8,700   ..............  ..............
    NORTH ISLAND NAVAL AIR STATION:                                                                                                                     
        MAINTENANCE SUPPORT FACILITIES..................................         15,300          15,300          15,300   ..............  ..............
        SEAWALL UPGRADE.................................................          2,900           2,900           2,900   ..............  ..............
        VISUAL SYSTEM TRAINER BUILDING ADDITION.........................          1,400           1,400           1,400   ..............  ..............
    PORT HUENEME NAVAL CONSTRUCTION BATALLION CENTER: STORMWATER RUNOFF                                                                                 
     IMPROVEMENTS.......................................................  ..............          3,200   ..............  ..............         -3,200 
    TWENTYNINE PALMS MARCORP AIR-GRND COMB CTR: COMMUNICATION/                                                                                          
     ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE FACILITY.......................          3,810           3,810           3,810   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    EDWARDS AFB:                                                                                                                                        
        ADD/ALTER SEWER LINE............................................          1,394           1,394           1,394   ..............  ..............
        UPGRADE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT..............................          1,493           1,493           1,493   ..............  ..............
    VANDENBERG AFB: LAUNCH OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTER....................         26,876          26,876          26,876   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    NAVAL AIR STATION (NORTH ISLAND): WATERFRONT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                                                                     
     FACILITY...........................................................          7,400           7,400           7,400   ..............  ..............
    SAN DIEGO NAVAL STATION: ADD/ALTER ENVIRONMNETAL PREVEN MEDICAL UNIT          2,100           2,100           2,100   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: FRESNO AIR TERMINAL: BASE SUPPLY COMPLEX............  ..............          7,000   ..............  ..............         -7,000 
ARMY RESERVE: SACRAMENTO: US ARMY RESERVE CENTER/ORGANIZATIONAL                                                                                         
 MAINTENANCE SHOP/AREA MAINTENANCE SUPPORT ACTIVITY.....................         20,972          20,972          20,972   ..............  ..............
NAVAL RESERVE:                                                                                                                                          
    NAVAL WEAPONS STATION (SEAL BEACH): MARINE CORPS RESERVE TRAINING                                                                                   
     CENTER.............................................................          6,104           6,104           6,104   ..............  ..............
    PASADENA: MARINE CORPS RESERVE CENTER...............................  ..............  ..............          6,690          +6,690          +6,690 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, CALIFORNIA.................................................        185,938         248,118         192,628          +6,690         -55,490 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                COLORADO                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    FORT CARSON:                                                                                                                                        
        CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER BUILDING..........................          7,300           7,300           7,300   ..............  ..............
        RAIL YARD EXPANSION (PHASE I)...................................  ..............         16,000   ..............  ..............        -16,000 
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    BUCKLEY ANG BASE:                                                                                                                                   
        ADD TO SECURITY POLICE FACILITY.................................            348             348             348   ..............  ..............
        ADMINISTRATION FACILITY.........................................          6,370           6,370           6,370   ..............  ..............
    FALCON AFS: DEFENSE ACCESS ROAD.....................................         10,551          10,551          10,551   ..............  ..............
    PETERSON AFB: ADD/ALTER DORMITORY...................................          4,081           4,081           4,081   ..............  ..............
    US AIR FORCE ACADEMY:                                                                                                                               
        ADD/ALTER FITNESS CENTER........................................          5,375           5,375           5,375   ..............  ..............
        UPGRADE ACADEMIC FACILITY.......................................          9,854           9,854           9,854   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: FORT CARSON: MATES EXPANSION (PHASE I).............  ..............  ..............          2,863          +2,863          +2,863 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    BUCKLEY ANGB: UPGRADE BASE INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS...................         12,800          12,800          12,800   ..............  ..............
    GREELEY ANGS: MOBILE GROUNDS STATION MAINTENANCE COMPLEX............  ..............          4,700           4,700          +4,700   ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, COLORADO...................................................         56,679          77,379          64,242          +7,563         -13,137 
                                                                                                                                                        
                               CONNECTICUT                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    NEW LONDON NAVAL SUBMARINE BASE:                                                                                                                    
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER........................................  ..............  ..............          3,660          +3,660          +3,660 
        CONTROLLED INDUSTRIAL FACILITY..................................         18,300          18,300          18,300   ..............  ..............
        FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM..........................................  ..............  ..............          1,600          +1,600          +1,600 
DEFENSE-WIDE: NAVAL SUB BASE NEW LONDON: ADD/ALTER NAVAL UNDERSEA MED                                                                                   
 INSTITUTE..............................................................          2,300           2,300           2,300   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, CONNECTICUT................................................         20,600          20,600          25,860          +5,260          +5,260 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                DELAWARE                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: NEW CASTLE AIRPORT: REPLACE SQUADRON OPS/AEROMED                                                                                    
 EVAC FACILITY..........................................................  ..............  ..............          7,000          +7,000          +7,000 
                                                                                                                                                        
                          DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                                        
DEFENSE-WIDE: BOLLING AFB: RECONFIGURATION DIAC.........................          7,000           7,000           7,000   ..............  ..............
NAVAL RESERVE: NAVAL AIR FACILITY, WASHINGTON, DC (ANDREWS AFB):                                                                                        
 BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS.............................................          4,640           4,640           4,640   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.......................................         11,640          11,640          11,640   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 FLORIDA                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION:                                                                                                                     
        ORDNANCE LOADING APRON..........................................          1,330           1,330           1,330   ..............  ..............
        TACTICAL SUPPORT CENTER.........................................          2,150           2,150           2,150   ..............  ..............
    MAYPORT NAVAL STATION: PIER IMPROVEMENTS............................  ..............         17,940   ..............  ..............        -17,940 
    WHITING FIELD NAVAL AIR STATION: RUNWAY UPGRADES....................  ..............          1,300   ..............  ..............         -1,300 
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    EGLIN AFB AUXILIARY FIELD #9 (HURLBURT FIELD): DORMITORY............          6,470           6,470           6,470   ..............  ..............
    MACDILL AFB:                                                                                                                                        
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER........................................  ..............          3,350   ..............  ..............         -3,350 
        EDUCATION CENTER AND LIBRARY....................................  ..............          4,750   ..............  ..............         -4,750 
        REMEDIATE SMALL ARMS RANGE......................................          1,543           1,543           1,543   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    EGLIN AFB: ASSAULT STRIP RUNWAY.....................................  ..............  ..............          5,100          +5,100          +5,100 
    EGLIN AFB AUXILIARY FIELD #9 (HURLBURT FIELD):                                                                                                      
        SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS...........................................          2,450           2,450           2,450   ..............  ..............
        SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AMU AC-130..................................          6,100           6,100           6,100   ..............  ..............
    NAS JACKSONVILLE: REPLACE FUEL TANKAGE..............................          9,800           9,800           9,800   ..............  ..............
    PENSACOLA NAVAL AIR STATION: MEDICAL CLINIC ADDITION (NAMI).........          2,750           2,750           2,750   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: ELLYSON FIELD: READINESS CENTER....................  ..............  ..............          3,800          +3,800          +3,800 
AIR FORCE RESERVE: EGLIN AFB, AUXILIARY FIELD #3 (DUKE FIELD): RENOVATE                                                                                 
 VISITING AIRMEN DORMITORY..............................................  ..............  ..............          7,300          +7,300          +7,300 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FLORIDA....................................................         32,593          59,933          48,793         +16,200         -11,140 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 GEORGIA                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    FORT GORDON: WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL.........................         22,000          22,000          22,000   ..............  ..............
    FORT STEWART (HUNTER ARMY AIR FIELD): WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL                                                                                
     (PHASE  I).........................................................  ..............         17,500   ..............  ..............        -17,500 
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    MOODY AFB:                                                                                                                                          
        DORMITORIES.....................................................  ..............          9,100   ..............  ..............         -9,100 
        HH-60 RESCUE OPERATIONS FACILITY................................  ..............  ..............          6,800          +6,800          +6,800 
    ROBINS AFB:                                                                                                                                         
        JSTARS:                                                                                                                                         
            ADD/ALTER SUPPLY WAREHOUSE..................................          2,538           2,538           2,538   ..............  ..............
            ADD/ALTER UTILITIES.........................................          1,891           1,891           1,891   ..............  ..............
            ADD/ALTER WING COMMAND POST.................................            498             498             498   ..............  ..............
            AGE STORAGE/SHOP FACILITY...................................          5,972           5,972           5,972   ..............  ..............
            AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HANGAR.................................          7,764           7,764           7,764   ..............  ..............
        PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER.........................................  ..............          9,100   ..............  ..............         -9,100 
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    FORT BENNING: BATTALION AND COMPANY OPERATIONS FACILITY.............          9,814           9,814           9,814   ..............  ..............
    FORT STEWART/HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD: COMPANY OPERATIONS FACILITY......          2,500           2,500           2,500   ..............  ..............
    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE: ADD/ALTER AMBULATORY HEALTH CARE CENTER......         19,000          19,000          19,000   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    ROBINS AFB:                                                                                                                                         
        B-1:                                                                                                                                            
            AIRCRAFT ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE SHOPS...................            520             520             520   ..............  ..............
            COMPOSITE SQUADRON OPERATIONS COMPLEX.......................          5,300           5,300           5,300   ..............  ..............
            POWER CHECK PAD AND SOUND SUPPRESSER........................          1,000           1,000           1,000   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              TOTAL, GEORGIA............................................         78,797         114,497          85,597          +6,800         -28,900 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 HAWAII                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: SCHOFIELD BARRACKS: WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL................         44,000          44,000          44,000   ..............  ..............
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    FORT DERUSSEY: ASIAN PACIFIC CENTER.................................  ..............  ..............          9,500          +9,500          +9,500 
    KANEOHE BAY MARINE CORPS AIR STATION: BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS....         19,000          19,000          19,000   ..............  ..............
    PEARL HARBOR NAVAL STATION: OILY WASTE COLLECTION TREATMENT FACILITY         25,000          25,000          25,000   ..............  ..............
    WAHIAWA NAVAL COMMUNICATION AREA MASTER STA EASTPAC: FITNESS CENTER                                                                                 
     ADDITION AND RENOVATION............................................          3,900           3,900           3,900   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    PEARL HARBOR (FORD ISLAND): DFAS--REGIONAL FINANCE CENTER...........         10,000          10,000          10,000   ..............  ..............
    PEARL HARBOR NS: ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYSTEM FACILITY (PHASE II)..  ..............  ..............          7,400          +7,400          +7,400 
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                    
    BELLOWS AFB: ADD/ALT ADMIN/TRAINING FACILITY........................  ..............  ..............          5,184          +5,184          +5,184 
    WHEELER ARMY AIRFIELD (WAHIAWA): AVIATION, FIXED WING HANGAR........          2,100           2,100           2,100   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: HICKMAN AFB: REPLACE BASE CIVIL ENGINEER MAINENANCE                                                                                 
 COMPLEX................................................................  ..............  ..............          4,500          +4,500          +4,500 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, HAWAII.....................................................        104,000         104,000         130,584         +26,584         +26,584 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  IDAHO                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    MOUNTAIN HOME AFB:                                                                                                                                  
        B-1B:                                                                                                                                           
            ARMAMENT SHOP...............................................          2,688           2,688           2,688   ..............  ..............
            AVIONICS BLDG...............................................  ..............  ..............          9,200          +9,200          +9,200 
            DORMITORY...................................................          8,959           8,959           8,959   ..............  ..............
            SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE UNIT...............          6,072           6,072           6,072   ..............  ..............
        F-15C SQUADRON OPERATIONS FACILITY..............................  ..............  ..............          3,750          +3,750          +3,750 
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: GOWEN FIELD: ADD/ALT AVIATION READINESS CENTER.....  ..............  ..............          3,673          +3,673          +3,673 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    BOISE AIR TERMINAL (GOWEN FIELD):                                                                                                                   
        C-130:                                                                                                                                          
            COMPOSITE HANGAR AND MAINTENANCE SHOPS......................         12,000          12,000          12,000   ..............  ..............
            SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AERIAL PORT TRAINING FAC................  ..............  ..............          8,800          +8,800          +8,800 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              TOTAL, IDAHO..............................................         29,719          29,719          55,142         +25,423         +25,423 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                ILLINOIS                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    GREAT LAKES NAVAL HOSPITAL: BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS (PHASE II)...          5,200           5,200           5,200   ..............  ..............
    GREAT LAKES NAVAL TRAINING CENTER:                                                                                                                  
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS......................................         26,690          26,690          26,690   ..............  ..............
        COMBAT TRAINING POOL............................................          9,930           9,930           9,930   ..............  ..............
        FIRE STATION....................................................          2,600           2,600           2,600   ..............  ..............
        RECREATION CENTER...............................................          2,000           2,000           2,000   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ILLINOIS...............................................         46,420          46,420          46,420   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 INDIANA                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: CRANE ARMY AMMUNITION ACTIVITY: AMMUNITION CONTAINERIZATION                                                                                       
 COMPLEX (PHASE  I).....................................................          7,700           7,700           7,700   ..............  ..............
NAVY: CRANE NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER: CHEM-BIO WARFARE DETECTION                                                                                    
 CENTER.................................................................  ..............          4,120   ..............  ..............         -4,120 
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP ATTERBURY RESERVE FORCES TRNG AREA                                                                                            
 (EDINBURGH): MULTI-PURPOSE TRAINING RANGE (MPTR).......................         10,229          10,229          10,229   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    FORT WAYNE IAP: REPLACE DINING HALL/MEDICAL TRAINING FACILITY.......  ..............  ..............          5,900          +5,900          +5,900 
    HULMAN AIRPORT: REPLACE FUEL CELL/CORRISON CONTROL FACILITY AND FIRE  ..............  ..............          5,400          +5,400          +5,400 
AIR FORCE RESERVE: GRISSOM AIR RESERVE BASE: BASE CIVIL ENGINEER COMPLEX  ..............          8,913   ..............  ..............         -8,913 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, INDIANA....................................................         17,929          30,962          29,229         +11,300          -1,733 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  IOWA                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP DODGE (JOHNSTON): BATALLION COMPLEX (PHASE IV)          4,529           4,529           4,529   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: DES MOINES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: REPLACE SECURITY                                                                                  
 POLICE OPERATIONS FACILITY.............................................  ..............          3,900   ..............  ..............         -3,900 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, IOWA.......................................................          4,529           8,429           4,529   ..............         -3,900 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 KANSAS                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    FORT LEAVENWORTH: U.S. DISCIPLINARY BARRACKS (PHASE I)..............         63,000          20,000          36,500         -26,500         +16,500 
    FORT RILEY:                                                                                                                                         
        CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER BUILDING..........................          7,300           7,300           7,300   ..............  ..............
        WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL..................................         18,500          18,500          18,500   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    MCCONNELL AFB:                                                                                                                                      
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER........................................  ..............          5,000   ..............  ..............         -5,000 
        KC-135:                                                                                                                                         
            SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AIRCRAFT MAINT UNIT #3..................          6,669           6,669           6,669   ..............  ..............
            SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AIR MAINTENANCE UNIT #4.................  ..............  ..............          9,700          +9,700          +9,700 
        TRANSPORTATION COMPLEX..........................................  ..............  ..............          2,850          +2,850          +2,850 
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: IOLA: ADD/ALTER READINESS CENTER...................          1,454           1,454           1,454   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: MCCONNELL AFB: ALTER BASE CIVIL ENGINEER MAINTENANCE                                                                                
 SHOP...................................................................  ..............          2,000           2,000          +2,000   ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, KANSAS.....................................................         96,923          60,923          84,973         -11,950         +24,050 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                KENTUCKY                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    FORT CAMPBELL:                                                                                                                                      
        EDUCATION CENTER (PHASE II).....................................  ..............          6,700           6,700          +6,700   ..............
        TACTICAL EQUIPMENT SHOP (PHASE II)..............................  ..............  ..............          9,900          +9,900          +9,900 
        WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL..................................         37,000          37,000          37,000   ..............  ..............
    FORT KNOX:                                                                                                                                          
        QUALIFICATION TRAINING RANGE (QTR)..............................  ..............          7,200           7,200          +7,200   ..............
        WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL..................................         22,000          22,000          22,000   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE: FORT CAMPBELL: CONSOLIDATED TROOP MEDICAL/DENTAL CLINIC...         13,600          13,600          13,600   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: GREENVILLE: WEST KENTUCKY TRAINING RANGE (PHASE                                                                                    
 III)...................................................................  ..............  ..............          9,321          +9,321          +9,321 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, KENTUCKY...................................................         72,600          86,500         105,721         +33,121         +19,221 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                LOUISIANA                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    BARKSDALE AFB:                                                                                                                                      
        CONVENTIONAL AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE INTEGRATED MAINTENANCE                                                                                   
         COMPLEX........................................................         11,148          11,148          11,148   ..............  ..............
        CONVENTIONAL AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE STORAGE IGLOOS...........          8,262           8,262           8,262   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                    
    CAMP BEAUREGARD: MULTIPURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE.....................  ..............  ..............          1,292          +1,292          +1,292 
    JACKSON BARRACKS (NEW ORLEANS): ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE SHOP                                                                                     
     (OMS)..............................................................          1,516           1,516           1,516   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: NEW ORLEANS NAVAL AIR STATION: BASE CIVIL ENGINEER                                                                                  
 AND COMMUNICATIONS COMPLEX.............................................  ..............          5,900   ..............  ..............         -5,900 
NAVAL RESERVE:                                                                                                                                          
    NEW ORLEANS NAVAL AIR STATION:                                                                                                                      
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS (PHASE II)...........................  ..............          4,520   ..............  ..............         -4,520 
        PHYSICAL FITNESS FACILITY.......................................  ..............          3,550   ..............  ..............         -3,550 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, LOUISIANA..............................................         20,926          34,896          22,218          +1,292         -12,678 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  MAINE                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: BANGOR IAP: UPGRADE BASE FACILITIES.................  ..............  ..............          6,500          +6,500          +6,500 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                MARYLAND                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    PATUXENT RIVER NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER/AIRCRAFT DIV ADVANCED SYSTEM                                                                                
     INTEGRATION FACILITY (PHASE V).....................................          9,000           9,000           9,000   ..............  ..............
    ST INIGOES NAVAL ELEC SYSTEMS ENGINEERING ACTIVITY MAINTENANCE                                                                                      
     HANGAR.............................................................  ..............          2,610   ..............  ..............         -2,610 
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    FORT DETRICK: HEALTH/DENTAL CLINIC..................................          4,650           4,650           4,650   ..............  ..............
    FOREST GLEN (WALTER REED ARMY INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH): ARMY INSTITUTE                                                                                
     OF RESEARCH (PHASE V)..............................................         20,000          20,000          20,000   ..............  ..............
    FORT MEADE:                                                                                                                                         
        FANX III PURCHASE...............................................         25,200          25,200          25,200   ..............  ..............
        VEHICLE AND CARGO INSPECTION FACILITY...........................          4,000           4,000           4,000   ..............  ..............
        VISITOR CONTROL CENTERS.........................................            600             600             600   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: ANNAPOLIS: ADD/ALT READINESS CENTER................  ..............  ..............          2,947          +2,947          +2,947 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MARYLAND...................................................         63,450          66,060          66,397          +2,947            +337 
                                                                                                                                                        
                              MASSACHUSETTS                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                        
DEFENSE-WIDE: WESTOVER ARB: JET FUEL STORAGE COMPLEX....................          4,700           4,700           4,700   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: BARNES ANGB: REPLACE DINING HALL....................  ..............          3,050           3,050          +3,050   ..............
NAVAL RESERVE: WESTOVER ARB: BUILDING RENOVATION........................  ..............          4,090   ..............  ..............         -4,090 
AIR FORCE RESERVE: WESTOVER ARB: FIRE TRAINING FACILITY.................          1,800           1,800           1,800   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MASSACHUSETTS..............................................          6,500          13,640           9,550          +3,050          -4,090 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                MICHIGAN                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: AUGUSTA: READINESS CENTER..........................  ..............  ..............          6,356          +6,356          +6,356 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: ALPENA COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT (ALPENA): AIRCREW                                                                                    
 COMBAT TRAINING SYSTEM RANGE SUPPORT AND RADAR APPROACH CONTROL                                                                                        
 FACILITY...............................................................          5,000           5,000           5,000   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: SELFRIDGE AGB: REPLACE VEHICLE MAINT/COMMUNICATIONS                                                                                 
 COMPLEX................................................................  ..............  ..............          9,000          +9,000          +9,000 
ARMY RESERVE: WALKER: READINESS CENTER/OMS..............................  ..............  ..............          9,439          +9,439          +9,439 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MICHIGAN...................................................          5,000           5,000          29,795         +24,795         +24,795 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                MINNESOTA                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    MINNEAPOLIS-ST PAUL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:                                                                                                          
        REPLACE BASE CIVIL ENGINEER MAINTENANCE COMPLEX.................  ..............          4,600   ..............  ..............         -4,600 
        VEHICLE WASH FACILITY...........................................            360             360             360   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE RESERVE: MINNEAPOLIS-ST PAUL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: ADD/ALTER                                                                                 
 AIRCRAFT CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY....................................          1,550           1,550           1,550   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MINNESOTA..................................................          1,910           6,510           1,910   ..............         -4,600 
                                                                                                                                                        
                               MISSISSIPPI                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    GULFPORT: BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS (PHASE I AND II)...............  ..............  ..............         22,440         +22,440         +22,440 
    MERIDIAN NAVAL AIR STATION: RENOVATE THREE BACHELOR ENLISTED                                                                                        
     QUARTERS...........................................................  ..............          7,050           7,050          +7,050   ..............
AIR FORCE: KEESLER AFB: STUDENT DORMITORIES.............................         30,855          30,855          30,855   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE: MISSISSIPPI ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT: ON AND MAINTENANCE                                                                                     
 FACILITY...............................................................  ..............  ..............          9,900          +9,900          +9,900 
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: SENATOBIA: READINESS CENTER........................  ..............  ..............          4,425          +4,425          +4,425 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    GULFPORT-BILOXI REGIONAL AIRPORT:                                                                                                                   
        REGIONAL FIRE TRAINING FACILITY.................................            900             900             900   ..............  ..............
        REPLACE TROOP TRAINING QUARTERS/DINING HALL.....................  ..............          9,500           9,500          +9,500   ..............
    KEY FIELD:                                                                                                                                          
        REGIONAL KC-135 SIMULATION TRAINING FACILITY....................  ..............          2,000           2,000          +2,000   ..............
        REPLACE DINING HALL.............................................  ..............          3,200           3,200          +3,200   ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MISSISSIPPI............................................         31,755          53,505          90,270         +58,515         +36,765 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                MISSOURI                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: FORT LEONARD WOOD: FIRE STATION...................................  ..............          3,200   ..............  ..............         -3,200 
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    WHITEMAN AFB:                                                                                                                                       
        B-2:                                                                                                                                            
            AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE DOCKS..................................         17,419          17,419          17,419   ..............  ..............
            LOW OBSERVABILITY RESTORATION FAC (PHASE I).................  ..............         12,000   ..............  ..............        -12,000 
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: MACON: ARMORY......................................  ..............  ..............          3,210          +3,210          +3,210 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MISSOURI...................................................         17,419          32,619          20,629          +3,210         -11,990 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 MONTANA                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE: MALMSTROM AFB: ADD/ALT AIRMEN DINING FACILITY................  ..............  ..............          4,500          +4,500          +4,500 
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: BILLINGS: ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER..............  ..............  ..............         14,950         +14,950         +14,950 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MONTANA....................................................  ..............  ..............         19,450         +19,450         +19,450 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                NEBRASKA                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE: OFFUTT AFB: DORMITORIES......................................  ..............  ..............          6,900          +6,900          +6,900 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 NEVADA                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    NELLIS AFB:                                                                                                                                         
        LAND ACQUISITION................................................  ..............  ..............          5,900          +5,900          +5,900 
        MUNITIONS MAINTENANCE FACILITY..................................  ..............          1,950   ..............  ..............         -1,950 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: RENO/TAHOE IAP: C-130 AERIAL PORT TRAINING FACILITY.  ..............  ..............          2,950          +2,950          +2,950 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEVADA.....................................................  ..............          1,950           8,850          +8,850          +6,900 
                                                                                                                                                        
                               NEW JERSEY                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: FORT MONMOUTH: FIRE STATION.......................................  ..............          2,050   ..............  ..............         -2,050 
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    MCGUIRE AFB:                                                                                                                                        
        AIR MOBILITY GROUP (AMOG) WAREHOUSE.............................          9,954           9,954           9,954   ..............  ..............
        FIRE STATION....................................................  ..............          8,800   ..............  ..............         -8,800 
DEFENSE-WIDE: MCGUIRE AFB: AMBULATORY HEALTH CARE CENTER REPLACEMENT....         35,217          35,217          35,217   ..............  ..............
ARMY RESERVE: FORT DIX: AMMUNITION SUPPLY FACILITY......................  ..............          9,031   ..............  ..............         -9,031 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEW JERSEY.................................................         45,171          65,052          45,171   ..............        -19,881 
                                                                                                                                                        
                               NEW MEXICO                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE:                                                                                                                          
        LAUNCH COMPLEX REVITALIZATION...................................  ..............          6,900   ..............  ..............         -6,900 
        NATIONAL RANGE CONTROL CENTER (PHASE II)........................         18,000          18,000          18,000   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    CANNON AFB: F-16 MISSILE MAINTENANCE SHOP...........................  ..............  ..............          2,900          +2,900          +2,900 
    KIRKLAND AFB:                                                                                                                                       
        FLIGHT SIMULATION TRAINING FACILITY.............................  ..............  ..............         14,000         +14,000         +14,000 
        REPLACE MANZANO BRIDGE..........................................  ..............  ..............          6,300          +6,300          +6,300 
DEFENSE-WIDE: HOLLOMAN AFB: DENTAL CLINIC REPLACEMENT...................          3,000           3,000           3,000   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: TAOS: READINESS CENTER.............................  ..............  ..............          3,225          +3,225          +3,225 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    KIRKLAND AFB:                                                                                                                                       
        COMPOSITE SUPPORT FACILITY......................................  ..............  ..............          3,100          +3,100          +3,100 
        ADD/ALT SQUADRON OPERATIONS FACILITY............................  ..............  ..............          2,800          +2,800          +2,800 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NEW MEXICO.............................................         21,000          27,900          53,325         +32,325         +25,425 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                NEW YORK                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    FORT DRUM:                                                                                                                                          
        AERIAL GUNNERY RANGE............................................  ..............         17,500   ..............  ..............        -17,500 
        MILITARY TRAINING AND EDUCATION CENTER..........................  ..............          6,900   ..............  ..............         -6,900 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    GABRESKI AIRPORT: REPLACE VEHICLE AND AGE MAINTENANCE COMPLEX.......  ..............  ..............          4,250          +4,250          +4,250 
    NIAGARA FALLS IAP: CONSOLIDATED TRAINING FACILITY...................  ..............  ..............          2,100          +2,100          +2,100 
    SCHENECTADY COUNTY AIRPORT: FUEL CELL AND CORROSION CONTROL HANGAR..          5,700           5,700           5,700   ..............  ..............
    STRATTON ANGB (SCHENECTADY): COMPOSITE SUPPORT COMPLEX..............  ..............          7,500   ..............  ..............         -7,500 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEW YORK...................................................          5,700          37,600          12,050          +6,350         -25,550 
                                                                                                                                                        
                             NORTH CAROLINA                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    FORT BRAGG:                                                                                                                                         
        MOUT TRAINING COMPLEX (PHASE I).................................  ..............          7,900           7,900          +7,900   ..............
        WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL (PHASE I)........................  ..............          9,800   ..............  ..............         -9,800 
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    CHERRY POINT MARINE CORPS AIR STATION: OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE                                                                                   
     FACILITIES.........................................................          8,800           8,800           8,800   ..............  ..............
    NEW RIVER MARINE CORPS AIR STATION:                                                                                                                 
        AVIATION MAINTENANCE TRAINING FACILITY..........................          6,600           6,600           6,600   ..............  ..............
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS......................................         10,600          10,600          10,600   ..............  ..............
        TACTICAL SUPPORT VAN PADS.......................................          2,700           2,700           2,700   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    POPE AFB:                                                                                                                                           
        DORMITORIES.....................................................          8,356           8,356           8,356   ..............  ..............
        DORMITORIES.....................................................  ..............          9,700   ..............  ..............         -9,700 
        FAMILY SERVICES CENTER..........................................  ..............          2,600   ..............  ..............         -2,600 
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    FORT BRAGG:                                                                                                                                         
        ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE FACILITY................................          1,000           1,000           1,000   ..............  ..............
        SECURITY UPGRADES...............................................            500             500             500   ..............  ..............
        SOF MEDICAL TRAINING BARRACKS...................................  ..............  ..............          8,300          +8,300          +8,300 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: CHARLOTTE/DOUGLAS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: ALTER FUEL                                                                                 
 SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE AND CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY.....................          2,550           2,550           2,550   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NORTH CAROLINA.............................................         41,106          71,106          57,306         +16,200         -13,800 
                                                                                                                                                        
                              NORTH DAKOTA                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    GRAND FORKS AFB:                                                                                                                                    
        KC-135:                                                                                                                                         
            ADD/ALTER FLIGHT SIMULATOR FACILITY.........................          1,493           1,493           1,493   ..............  ..............
            SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AIRCRAFT MAINT UNIT.....................          7,067           7,067           7,067   ..............  ..............
    MINOT AFB: FIRE/CRASH RESCUE STATION................................  ..............          5,200           5,200          +5,200   ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NORTH DAKOTA...............................................          8,560          13,760          13,760          +5,200   ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  OHIO                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB:                                                                                                                               
        ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT COMPLEX (PHASE IVA)......................  ..............  ..............         22,000         +22,000         +22,000 
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER........................................  ..............          8,600   ..............  ..............         -8,600 
        RENOVATE ACQUISITION SUPPORT FACILITY...........................         10,750          10,750          10,750   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    COLUMBUS CENTER: DFAS--REGIONAL FINANCE CENTER......................         23,922          23,922          23,922   ..............  ..............
    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB: ALTER COMPOSITE MEDICAL FACILITY..............          2,750           2,750           2,750   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    RICKENBACKER ANGB: FUEL CELL AND CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY.........  ..............          5,500           5,700          +5,700            +200 
    SPRINGFIELD ANGB: BASE SUPPLY COMPLEX...............................  ..............          4,350           4,350          +4,350   ..............
AIR FORCE RESERVE:                                                                                                                                      
    YOUNGSTOWN ARS:                                                                                                                                     
        ADD/ALTER BASE SUPPLY...........................................          2,800           2,800           2,800   ..............  ..............
        ADD/ALTER MISCELLANEOUS MAINTENANCE FACILITY....................          1,000           1,000           1,000   ..............  ..............
        ADD/ALTER SQUADRON OPERATIONS FACILITY..........................          1,400           1,400           1,400   ..............  ..............
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          TOTAL, OHIO...................................................         42,622          61,072          74,672         +32,050         +13,600 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                OKLAHOMA                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: FORT SILL: WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL.........................  ..............          8,000           8,000          +8,000   ..............
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    ALTUS AFB: LAND PURCHASE CLEAR ZONE.................................  ..............  ..............         11,000         +11,000         +11,000 
    TINKER AFB: B-2 ADD/ALTER SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE FACILITY.............          9,655           9,655           9,655   ..............  ..............
    VANCE AFB: BASE ENGINEERING COMPLEX.................................  ..............          6,700           7,700          +7,700          +1,000 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: WILL ROGERS WORLD AIRPORT: REPLACE AEROMEDICAL                                                                                      
 EVACUATION TRAINING FACILITY...........................................  ..............  ..............          3,100          +3,100          +3,100 
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      TOTAL, OKLAHOMA...................................................          9,655          24,355          39,455         +29,800         +15,100 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 OREGON                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
DEFENSE-WIDE: UMATILLA CHEMICAL DEPOT: AMMUNITION DEMILITARIZATION                                                                                      
 FACILITY (PHASE  III)..................................................         57,427          57,427          57,427   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: SALEM: ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER.................  ..............  ..............         11,807         +11,807         +11,807 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: KLAMATH FALLS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: VEHICLE                                                                                        
 REFUELING SHOP AND PAINT BAY...........................................            520             520             520   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OREGON.....................................................         57,947          57,947          69,754         +11,807         +11,807 
                                                                                                                                                        
                              PENNSYLVANIA                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                        
DEFENSE-WIDE: DEFENSE DISTRIBUTION DEPOT (NEW CUMBERLAND): ADDITION TO                                                                                  
 DISTRIBUTION CENTER....................................................         15,500          15,500          15,500   ..............  ..............
ARMY RESERVE: OAKDALE: RESERVE CENTER/ORGAN MAINT/AREA MAINT SPT........  ..............  ..............         24,914         +24,914         +24,914 
NAVAL RESERVE: JOHNSTOWN: RESERVE HANGAR AND TRAINING CENTER............  ..............         13,980   ..............  ..............        -13,980 
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      TOTAL, PENNSYLVANIA...............................................         15,500          29,480          40,414         +24,914         +10,934 
                                                                                                                                                        
                              RHODE ISLAND                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY: NEWPORT NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER DIVISION: UNDERWATER WEAPON                                                                                 
 SYSTEM LABORATORY......................................................          8,900           8,900           8,900   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: QUONSET STATE AIRPORT (N KINGSTON): ADD TO FUEL                                                                                     
 SYSTEM/CORROSION CONTROL MAINTENANCE FACILITY..........................            355             355             355   ..............  ..............
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      TOTAL, RHODE ISLAND...............................................          9,255           9,255           9,255   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                             SOUTH CAROLINA                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    CHARLESTON NAVAL WEAPONS STATION: ARMY STRATEGIC MAINTENANCE COMPLEX                                                                                
     (PHASE III)........................................................          7,700           7,700           7,700   ..............  ..............
    FORT JACKSON: EMERGENCY SERVICES CENTER.............................  ..............          5,400   ..............  ..............         -5,400 
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    BEAUFORT MARINE CORPS AIR STATION:                                                                                                                  
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS......................................  ..............         15,330   ..............  ..............        -15,330 
        COMBAT VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.................................  ..............          2,400   ..............  ..............         -2,400 
    PARRIS ISLAND MARINE CORPS RECRUIT DEPOT: INDOOR SIMULATOR                                                                                          
     MARKSMANSHIP TRAINING FACILITY.....................................          3,200           3,200           3,200   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE: SHAW AFB: INFORMATION WARFARE SQUADRON OPERATIONS FACILITY...          6,072           6,072           6,072   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: LEESBURG TRAINING SITE: REGIONAL SIMULATION CENTER.  ..............  ..............          3,823          +3,823          +3,823 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    MCENTIRE ANGB:                                                                                                                                      
        DINING FACILITY/JOINT MEDICAL TRAINING FACILITY.................  ..............  ..............          7,000          +7,000          +7,000 
        ADD/ALTER FUEL CELL AND CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY..............          1,500           1,500           1,500   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, SOUTH CAROLINA.........................................         18,472          41,602          29,295         +10,823         -12,307 
                                                                                                                                                        
                              SOUTH DAKOTA                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE: ELLSWORTH AFB: FIRE/CRASH RESCUE STATION.....................  ..............          6,600           6,600          +6,600   ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: RAPID CITY: AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY..............  ..............  ..............          5,200          +5,200          +5,200 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SOUTH DAKOTA...............................................  ..............          6,600          11,800         +11,800          +5,200 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                TENNESSEE                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    ARNOLD AFB:                                                                                                                                         
        ATMOSPHERIC AIR DRYER FACILITY..................................  ..............          9,900   ..............  ..............         -9,900 
        WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY...................................         10,750          10,750          10,750   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE: MILLINGTON NAVAL AIR STATION: DFAS--REGIONAL FINANCE                                                                                      
 CENTER.................................................................          6,906           6,906           6,906   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: NASHVILLE METRO AIRPORT: REPLACE BASE CIVIL ENGINEER                                                                                
 MAINTENANCE COMPLEX....................................................  ..............          3,350   ..............  ..............         -3,350 
ARMY RESERVE: KNOXVILLE: USARC/OMS/AMSA.................................  ..............          8,291   ..............  ..............         -8,291 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TENNESSEE..................................................         17,656          39,197          17,656   ..............        -21,541 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  TEXAS                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    FORT BLISS: AMMUNITION SUPPLY POINT EXPANSION (PHASE II)............  ..............          7,700   ..............  ..............         -7,700 
    FORT HOOD: FORCE XXI SOLDIER DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL (PHASE I)...........  ..............         12,800          12,800   ..............  ..............
    FORT SAM HOUSTON: WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL....................         16,000          16,000          16,000   ..............  ..............
NAVY: CORPUS CHRISTI NAVAL AIR STATION: BOILER PLANT REPLACEMENT........  ..............            800   ..............  ..............           -800 
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    DYESS AFB: B-1 SQUADRON OPS/AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE UNIT...............  ..............         10,000          10,000         +10,000   ..............
    LAUGHLIN AFB: CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY............................  ..............          4,800   ..............  ..............         -4,800 
    RANDOLPH AFB: JOINT PRIMARY AIRCRAFT TRAINING SYSTEM--ADD/ALTER                                                                                     
     VARIOUS FACILITIES.................................................          2,488           2,488           2,488   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE: LACKLAND AFB: BLOOD DONOR CENTER..........................          3,000           3,000           3,000   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: SAN ANTONIO: ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE SHOP (OMS).          2,475           2,475           2,475   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TEXAS......................................................         23,963          60,063          46,763         +22,800         -13,300 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  UTAH                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE: HILL AFB: PEACEKEEPER STORAGE FACILITIES.....................          6,470           6,470           6,470   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE: HILL AFB: CLINIC ADDITION.................................          3,100           3,100           3,100   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                    
    OREM: READINESS CENTER..............................................          5,746           5,746           5,746   ..............  ..............
    RICHFIELD: ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE SHOP..........................          1,045           1,045           1,045   ..............  ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:                                                                                                               
        COMPOSITE OPS/TRNG SQUADRON OPERATIONS COMPLEX..................  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
        VEHICLE WASHING AND CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY..................            460             460             460   ..............  ..............
ARMY RESERVE: FORT DOUGLAS: USARC/OMS...................................  ..............         12,714          12,714         +12,714   ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, UTAH.......................................................         16,821          29,535          29,535         +12,714   ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 VERMONT                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP JOHNSON: COMBINED SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE SHOP  ..............  ..............          6,719          +6,719          +6,719 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                VIRGINIA                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    CHARLOTTESVILLE: NATIONAL GROUND INTELLIGENCE CENTER PLANNING AND                                                                                   
     DESIGN.............................................................          3,100   ..............  ..............         -3,100   ..............
    FT A P HILL: CENTRAL VEHICLE WASH FACILITY..........................          5,400           5,400           5,400   ..............  ..............
    FORT MYER: WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL...........................          8,200           8,200           8,200   ..............  ..............
    FORT STORY: POST CHAPEL.............................................  ..............          2,050   ..............  ..............         -2,050 
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    DAHLGREN NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER DIVISION:                                                                                                     
        AEGIS COMBAT SYSTEM SUPPORT FACILITY............................          6,600           6,600           6,600   ..............  ..............
        ELECTRICAL WARFARE INTEGRATED FACILITY ADDITION.................          7,320           7,320           7,320   ..............  ..............
        OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRNG FACILITY ADDITION...............          6,560           6,560           6,560   ..............  ..............
    DAM NECK FLEET COMBAT TRAINING CENTER (ATLANTIC): BACHELOR ENLISTED                                                                                 
     QUARTERS RENOVATION................................................          7,000           7,000           7,000   ..............  ..............
    LITTLE CREEK NAVAL AMPHIBIOUS BASE: LANDING CRAFT AIR CUSHION                                                                                       
     COMPLEX (PHASE  IV)................................................          8,685           8,685           8,685   ..............  ..............
    NORFOLK NAVAL AIR STATION:                                                                                                                          
        AIR OPERATIONS BUILDING.........................................  ..............          4,000   ..............  ..............         -4,000 
        AIR PASSENGER TERMINAL..........................................         14,240          14,240          14,240   ..............  ..............
    NORFOLK NAVAL STATION:                                                                                                                              
        BERTHING PIER...................................................  ..............  ..............         13,500         +13,500         +13,500 
        CONSOLIDATED SUPPORT CENTER.....................................          6,100           6,100           6,100   ..............  ..............
        DEPERMING PIERS.................................................         12,750          12,750          12,750   ..............  ..............
    NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD:                                                                                                                             
        OILY WASTE COLLECTION SYSTEM....................................          9,500           9,500           9,500   ..............  ..............
        WATERFRONT IMPROVEMENTS.........................................  ..............         19,910   ..............  ..............        -19,910 
    OCEANA NAVAL AIR STATION:                                                                                                                           
        AIR OPERATIONS CONTROL TOWER....................................          2,100           2,100           2,100   ..............  ..............
        AIRCRAFT ACOUSTICAL ENCLOSURE (PHASE I).........................  ..............          6,000   ..............  ..............         -6,000 
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS REPLACEMENT..........................         20,900          20,900          20,900   ..............  ..............
        JET ENGINE TEST CELL............................................          5,000           5,000           5,000   ..............  ..............
    YORKTOWN NAVAL WEAPONS STATION:                                                                                                                     
        GYMNASIUM.......................................................          5,400           5,400           5,400   ..............  ..............
        TOMAHAWK MAGAZINE...............................................  ..............          3,290   ..............  ..............         -3,290 
        TORPEDO MAGAZINE................................................          5,857           5,857           5,857   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE: LANGLEY AFB: FIRE STATION (PHASE II).........................          4,031           4,031           4,031   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    CINCLANTFLT NORFOLK: DFAS--REGIONAL FINANCE CENTER..................         12,800          12,800          12,800   ..............  ..............
    DEF FUEL SUPPORT POINT CRANEY ISLAND: REPLACE FUEL TANKAGE..........         22,100          22,100          22,100   ..............  ..............
    DEFENSE DISTRIBUTION DEPOT (NORFOLK): REPLACE GENERAL PURPOSE                                                                                       
     WAREHOUSE..........................................................         16,656          16,656          16,656   ..............  ..............
    DEFENSE GENERAL SUPPLY CENTER (RICHMOND):                                                                                                           
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER........................................          2,100           2,100           2,100   ..............  ..............
        GAS CYLINDER FACILITY...........................................          3,100           3,100           3,100   ..............  ..............
    FT LEE: DEFENSE COMMISSARY AGENCY HEADQUARTERS ADDITION.............          9,300           9,300           9,300   ..............  ..............
    PORTSMOUTH NAVAL HOSPITAL: HOSPITAL REPLACEMENT (PHASE IX)..........  ..............  ..............         34,600         +34,600         +34,600 
    QUANTICO MARINE CORPS BASE: MEDICAL/DENTAL CLINIC REPLACEMENT.......         19,000          19,000          19,000   ..............  ..............
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      TOTAL, VIRGINIA...................................................        223,799         255,949         268,799         +45,000         +12,850 
                                                                                                                                                        
                               WASHINGTON                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    FORT LEWIS:                                                                                                                                         
        TANK TRAIL EROSION MITIGATION (YAKIMA) (PHASE III)..............          2,000           2,000           2,000   ..............  ..............
        WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL..................................         31,000          31,000          31,000   ..............  ..............
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    BREMERTON PUGET SOUND NAVAL SHIPYARD: CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER......          4,400           4,400           4,400   ..............  ..............
    WHIDBEY ISLAND NAVAL AIR STATION: ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING                                                                                       
     FACILITY...........................................................          1,100           1,100           1,100   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    FAIRCHILD AFB:                                                                                                                                      
        ADD/ALT FIRE STATION............................................  ..............  ..............          4,750          +4,750          +4,750 
        EDUCATION CENTER LIBRARY........................................  ..............  ..............          8,200          +8,200          +8,200 
        KC-135 SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AIRCRAFT MAINT UNIT..................          7,366           7,366           7,366   ..............  ..............
        SURVIVAL TRAING ACADEMY SUPPORT FACILITY (PH I).................  ..............  ..............          3,700          +3,700          +3,700 
    MCCHORD AFB:                                                                                                                                        
        C-17:                                                                                                                                           
            ALTER MAINTENANCE HANGARS...................................          6,470           6,470           6,470   ..............  ..............
            ENGINE TEST CELL FACILITY...................................          3,185   ..............  ..............         -3,185   ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    EVERETT NAVAL STATION: MEDICAL/DENTAL CLINIC........................          7,500           7,500           7,500   ..............  ..............
    FORT LEWIS: TROOP MEDICAL CLINIC....................................  ..............          5,000           5,000          +5,000   ..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: FAIRCHILD AFB: UPGRADE KC-135 FLIGHTLINE FACILITIES.  ..............          9,500   ..............  ..............         -9,500 
AIR FORCE RESERVE: MCCHORD AFB: CONSOLIDATED MEDICAL TRAINING FACILITY..  ..............          3,100   ..............  ..............         -3,100 
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      TOTAL, WASHINGTON.................................................         63,021          77,436          81,486         +18,465          +4,050 
                                                                                                                                                        
                              WEST VIRGINA                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP DAWSON: ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER...........  ..............  ..............          6,828          +6,828          +6,828 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                WISCONSIN                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                        
DEFENSE-WIDE: TRUAX FIELD (MADISON): JET FUEL STORAGE COMPLEX...........          4,500           4,500           4,500   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: HAYWARD: ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE SHOP (OMS).....          2,900           2,900           2,900   ..............  ..............
ARMY RESERVE:                                                                                                                                           
    FORT MCCOY (SPARTA):                                                                                                                                
        ARMY RESERVE READINESS TRAINING CENTER (PHASE II)...............         14,856          14,856          14,856   ..............  ..............
        COMBAT PISTOL RANGE.............................................          1,500           1,500           1,500   ..............  ..............
        ELECTRIC POWER TO RANGES........................................          2,611           2,611           2,611   ..............  ..............
        MODIFIED RECORD FIRE RANGE......................................          1,973           1,973           1,973   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE RESERVE: MITCHELL ARS: AERIAL PORT TRAINING FACILITY..........  ..............  ..............          4,200          +4,200          +4,200 
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      TOTAL, WISCONSIN..................................................         28,340          28,340          32,540          +4,200          +4,200 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 WYOMING                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP GUERNSEY: VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP/CSMS/OMT/                                                                                  
 VTES...................................................................  ..............  ..............         13,891         +13,891         +13,891 
                                                                                                                                                        
                            CONUS CLASSIFIED                                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS: CLASSIFIED PROJECT..........................          6,500           6,500           6,500   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    CLASSIFIED LOCATION:                                                                                                                                
        SPECIAL TACTICAL UNIT DETACHMENT FACILITY.......................          1,875           1,875           1,875   ..............  ..............
        VISITOR CONTROL CENTER AND SECURITY UPGRADE.....................          4,300           4,300           4,300   ..............  ..............
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          TOTAL, CONUS CLASSIFIED.......................................         12,675          12,675          12,675   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                             BAHRAIN ISLAND                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT UNIT (SOUTHWEST ASIA):                                                                                                       
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS......................................         25,000          25,000          25,000   ..............  ..............
        UTILITIES UPGRADE...............................................          5,100           5,100           5,100   ..............  ..............
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          TOTAL, BAHRAIN ISLAND.........................................         30,100          30,100          30,100   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                                 GERMANY                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    KATTERBACH KASERNE (ANSBACH): WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL........         22,000          22,000          22,000   ..............  ..............
    TOMPKINS BARRACKS (HEIDELBERG): WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL......          8,800           8,800           8,800   ..............  ..............
    RHINE ORDNANCE BARRACKS (KAISERSLAUTERN): WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX                                                                                    
     RENEWAL............................................................          6,000           6,000           6,000   ..............  ..............
    TAYLOR BARRACKS (MANNHEIM): WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL..........          6,200           6,200   ..............         -6,200          -6,200 
AIR FORCE: SPANGDAHLEM AB: DORMITORIES..................................         18,500          18,500   ..............        -18,500         -18,500 
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      TOTAL, GERMANY....................................................         61,500          61,500          36,800         -24,700         -24,700 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  GUAM                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY: NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS AREA MASTER STATION (WESTERN                                                                                
 PACIFIC): FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS..........................          4,050           4,050           4,050   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE: ANDERSEN AFB: REPLACE FUEL PIPELINE.......................         16,000          16,000          16,000   ..............  ..............
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      TOTAL, GUAM.......................................................         20,050          20,050          20,050   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  ITALY                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    NAPLES NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY: AIR PASSENGER TERMINAL...............          8,200           8,200           8,200   ..............  ..............
    SIGONELLA NAVAL AIR STATION: BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS REPLACEMENT.         21,440          21,440          21,440   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    AVIANO AB:                                                                                                                                          
        ROADS/UTILITIES SYSTEM..........................................          7,320           7,320           7,320   ..............  ..............
        WASTEWATER DISPOSAL SYSTEM AREAS................................          7,900           7,900           7,900   ..............  ..............
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          TOTAL, ITALY..................................................         44,860          44,860          44,860   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  KOREA                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    CAMP CASEY: WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL..........................          5,100           5,100           5,100   ..............  ..............
    EASTERN CORRIDOR (CAMP CASTLE): WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL......          8,400           8,400           8,400   ..............  ..............
    CAMP HUMPHREYS: WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL......................         32,000          32,000          32,000   ..............  ..............
    CAMP RED CLOUD: WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL......................         23,600          23,600          23,600   ..............  ..............
    COMBINED FIELD ARMY (CAMP STANLEY): WHOLE BARRACKS COMPLEX RENEWAL..          7,000           7,000   ..............         -7,000          -7,000 
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    KUNSAN AB:                                                                                                                                          
        DORMITORY.......................................................          8,325           8,325           8,325   ..............  ..............
        FIRE TRAINING FACILITY..........................................          2,000           2,000           2,000   ..............  ..............
    OSAN AB: DORMITORY..................................................         11,100          11,100   ..............        -11,100         -11,100 
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      TOTAL, KOREA......................................................         97,525          97,525          79,425         -18,100         -18,100 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                KWAJALEIN                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                        
DEFENSE-WIDE: US ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL (USAKA): CONSTRUCT/ALTER THEATER                                                                                  
 HIGH ALTITUDE AREA DEFENSE (THAAD) TEST FACILITIES.....................          4,565           4,565           4,565   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                                PORTUGAL                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE: LAJES FIELD (AZORES): WATER TREATMENT PLANT..................          4,800           4,800           4,800   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                               PUERTO RICO                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY: ROOSEVELT ROADS NAVAL STATION: BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS.........         24,100          24,100          24,100   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  SPAIN                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        
DEFENSE-WIDE: MORON AIR BASE: REPLACE HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM (PHASE II)....         14,400          14,400          14,400   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                             UNITED KINGDOM                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                        
NAVY: ST MAWGAN JOINT MARITIME FACILITY: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION FACILITY...          2,330           2,330           2,330   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE: ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH: DORMITORIES......................         11,400          11,400          11,400   ..............  ..............
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      TOTAL, UNITED KINGDOM.............................................         13,730          13,730          13,730   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                           OVERSEAS CLASSIFIED                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    CLASSIFIED--OVERSEAS:                                                                                                                               
        SPACED BASED INFRARED SYSTEM (SBIRS)--RELAY GROUND STATION                                                                                      
         (PACIFIC)......................................................          7,600           7,600           7,600   ..............  ..............
        SPACED BASED INFRARED SYSTEM (SBIRS)--RELAY GROUND STATION                                                                                      
         (ATLANTIC).....................................................          6,400           6,400           6,400   ..............  ..............
    OVERSEAS CLASSIFIED:                                                                                                                                
        INTOWN WAREHOUSE................................................          1,800           1,800           1,800   ..............  ..............
        OPERATIONS BUILDING EXPANSION...................................         12,200          12,200          12,200   ..............  ..............
        WAR READINESS MATERIAL WAREHOUSE................................          2,000           2,000   ..............         -2,000          -2,000 
        WAR READINESS MATERIAL COMMUNICATIONS MAINTENANCE SHOP/                                                                                         
         MANAGEMENT FACILITY............................................          1,100           1,100           1,100   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, OVERSEAS CLASSIFIED..................................         31,100          31,100          29,100          -2,000          -2,000 
                                                                                                                                                        
                                  NATO                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                                        
NATO SECURITY INVESTMENT PROGRAM........................................        176,300         166,300         152,600         -23,700         -13,700 
                                                                                                                                                        
                          WORLDWIDE UNSPECIFIED                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY:                                                                                                                                                   
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS:                                                                                                                    
        HOST NATION SUPPORT.............................................         20,000          20,000          20,000   ..............  ..............
        PLANNING AND DESIGN.............................................         43,477          51,577          57,646         +14,169          +6,069 
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION..................................          6,000           6,000          11,900          +5,900          +5,900 
NAVY:                                                                                                                                                   
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS:                                                                                                                    
        PLANNING AND DESIGN.............................................         42,489          46,659          46,489          +4,000            -170 
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION..................................          9,960           9,960          13,860          +3,900          +3,900 
AIR FORCE:                                                                                                                                              
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS:                                                                                                                    
        PLANNING AND DESIGN.............................................         40,880          45,880          48,880          +8,000          +3,000 
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION..................................          8,545           8,545          10,545          +2,000          +2,000 
        REDUCTION FOR PRIOR YEAR SAVINGS................................        -23,858   ..............  ..............        +23,858   ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE:                                                                                                                                           
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS:                                                                                                                    
        ENERGY CONSERVATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.........................         25,000          25,000          25,000   ..............  ..............
        CONTINGENCY CONSTRUCTION........................................          9,844           9,844           4,000          -5,844          -5,844 
        GENERAL REDUCTION (NSA).........................................  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
        PLANNING AND DESIGN:                                                                                                                            
            BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION......................            540             540             540   ..............  ..............
            CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION PROGRAM...........................          9,200           9,200           9,200   ..............  ..............
            DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE......................          1,400           1,400           1,400   ..............  ..............
            DEFENSE LEVEL ACTIVITIES....................................         30,300           9,000          19,600         -10,700         +10,600 
            DEFENSE MEDICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY............................         10,500          10,500          18,000          +7,500          +7,500 
            SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND..................................          3,710           3,710           3,710   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              SUBTOTAL, PLANNING AND DESIGN.............................         55,650          34,350          52,450          -3,200         +18,100 
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION:                                                                                                                 
            SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND..................................          4,100           4,100           4,100   ..............  ..............
            BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION......................          1,965           1,965           1,965   ..............  ..............
            DEFENSE LEVEL ACTIVITIES....................................          3,000           3,000           3,000   ..............  ..............
            DEFENSE MEDICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY............................          7,958           7,958           7,958   ..............  ..............
            DOD DEPENDENT SCHOOLS.......................................          2,000           2,000           2,000   ..............  ..............
            JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF.......................................          6,234           6,234           6,234   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              SUBTOTAL, UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION..................         25,257          25,257          25,257   ..............  ..............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                    
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS:                                                                                                                    
        PLANNING AND DESIGN.............................................          2,800           2,800          33,000         +30,200         +30,200 
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION..................................          6,698           6,698          40,900         +34,202         +34,202 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:                                                                                                                                     
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS:                                                                                                                    
        PLANNING AND DESIGN.............................................          7,029           8,029          15,650          +8,621          +7,621 
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION..................................          4,231           4,231           8,800          +4,569          +4,569 
ARMY RESERVE:                                                                                                                                           
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS:                                                                                                                    
        PLANNING AND DESIGN.............................................          5,100           5,783           7,100          +2,000          +1,317 
        REDUCTION FOR PRIOR YEAR SAVINGS................................         -7,900   ..............  ..............         +7,900   ..............
NAVAL RESERVE:                                                                                                                                          
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS:                                                                                                                    
        PLANNING AND DESIGN.............................................          2,527           3,027           3,027            +500   ..............
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION..................................            650             650             650   ..............  ..............
AIR FORCE RESERVE:                                                                                                                                      
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS:                                                                                                                    
        PLANNING AND DESIGN.............................................          1,516           2,116           2,116            +600   ..............
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION..................................          4,464           4,464           4,464   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WORLDWIDE UNSPECIFIED..................................        290,359         320,870         431,734        +141,375        +110,864 
                                                                                                                                                        
                            WORLDWIDE VARIOUS                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY: OVERSEAS VARIOUS LOCATIONS: STRATEGIC LOGISTICAL PREPOSITIONING                                                                                   
 COMPLEX (PHASE III)....................................................         37,000          37,000          37,000   ..............  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE: VARIOUS LOCATIONS: POLLUTION ABATEMENT FACILITIES                                                                                         
 (CONFORMING STOR-  AGE)................................................         11,275          11,275          11,275   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WORLDWIDE VARIOUS..........................................         48,275          48,275          48,275   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
                          FAMILY HOUSING, ARMY                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                                        
ALASKA:.................................................................                                                                                
    FORT RICHARDSON (52 UNITS)..........................................  ..............  ..............          9,600          +9,600          +9,600 
    FORT WAINWRIGHT (32 UNITS)..........................................  ..............  ..............          8,300          +8,300          +8,300 
ARIZONA: FORT HUACHUCA (55 UNITS).......................................  ..............          8,000   ..............  ..............         -8,000 
FLORIDA: MIAMI (US SOUTHERN COMMAND HEADQUARTERS) (8 UNITS).............          2,300   ..............  ..............         -2,300   ..............
HAWAII: SCHOFIELD BARRACKS (132 UNITS)..................................         26,600          26,600          26,600   ..............  ..............
KENTUCKY: FORT CAMPBELL (86 UNITS)......................................  ..............  ..............          8,500          +8,500          +8,500 
MARYLAND: FORT MEADE (56 UNITS).........................................          7,900           7,900           7,900   ..............  ..............
NEW JERSEY: PICATINNY ARSENAL (35 UNITS)................................  ..............          7,300   ..............  ..............         -7,300 
NORTH CAROLINA:                                                                                                                                         
    FORT BRAGG (142 UNITS)..............................................         16,800          16,800          16,800   ..............  ..............
    FORT BRAGG (32 UNITS)...............................................          3,350           3,350           3,350   ..............  ..............
TEXAS:                                                                                                                                                  
    FORT BLISS (91 UNITS)...............................................         12,900          12,900          12,900   ..............  ..............
    FORT HOOD (130 UNITS)...............................................         18,800          18,800          18,800   ..............  ..............
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS...............................................         44,800          90,931          44,800   ..............        -46,131 
PLANNING AND DESIGN.....................................................          9,550           9,550           9,550   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION............................................        143,000         202,131         167,100         +24,100         -35,031 
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:                                                                                                                              
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT.................................................         47,404          47,404          47,404   ..............  ..............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT..................................................         80,089          80,089          80,089   ..............  ..............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT...............................................            327             327             327   ..............  ..............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT....................................................         52,936          52,936          52,936   ..............  ..............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT...................................................        265,732         265,732         265,732   ..............  ..............
    LEASING.............................................................        234,053         234,053         235,053          +1,000          +1,000 
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY........................................        468,393         468,393         468,393   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE...............................      1,148,934       1,148,934       1,149,934          +1,000          +1,000 
    INTEREST PAYMENTS...................................................              3               3               3   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING, ARMY.......................................      1,291,937       1,351,068       1,317,037         +25,100         -34,031 
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                          FAMILY HOUSING, NAVY                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                                        
CALIFORNIA:                                                                                                                                             
    CAMP PENDLETON MARINE CORPS BASE (171 UNITS)........................         22,518          22,518          22,518   ..............  ..............
    LEMOORE NAVAL AIR STATION (128 UNITS)...............................         23,226          23,226          23,226   ..............  ..............
    MARINE CORPS AIR STATION (MIRAMAR) (166 UNITS)......................         28,881          28,881          28,881   ..............  ..............
    SAN DIEGO NAVAL COMPLEX (94 UNITS)..................................  ..............         13,500   ..............  ..............        -13,500 
    TWENTYNINE PALMS MARINE CORPS AIR GROUND COMBAT CENTER (132 UNITS)..         23,891          23,891          23,891   ..............  ..............
HAWAII: PEARL HARBOR NAVAL COMPLEX (84 UNITS)...........................  ..............         17,900          17,900         +17,900   ..............
LOUISIANA: NEW ORLEANS NAVAL COMPLEX (100 UNITS)........................  ..............         11,930   ..............  ..............        -11,930 
NORTH CAROLINA: CAMP LEJEUNE (37 UNITS).................................  ..............  ..............          2,863          +2,863          +2,863 
TEXAS:                                                                                                                                                  
    CORPUS CHRISTI NAS (57 UNITS).......................................  ..............  ..............          6,470          +6,470          +6,470 
    KINGSVILLE/CORPUS CHRISTI NAVAL COMPLEX (212 UNITS).................  ..............         22,250   ..............  ..............        -22,250 
WASHINGTON:                                                                                                                                             
    BANGOR NAVAL COMPLEX (118 UNITS)....................................  ..............         15,700          15,700         +15,700   ..............
    WHIDBEY ISLAND NAS (198 UNITS)......................................  ..............  ..............         32,290         +32,290         +32,290 
WORLDWIDE VARIOUS: REDUCTION FOR PRIOR YEAR SAVINGS.....................         -8,463   ..............  ..............         +8,463   ..............
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS...............................................        173,780         214,282         173,780   ..............        -40,502 
PLANNING AND DESIGN.....................................................         15,100          15,100          15,100   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION............................................        278,933         409,178         362,619         +83,686         -46,559 
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:                                                                                                                              
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT.................................................         34,211          34,211          34,211   ..............  ..............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT..................................................         87,731          87,731          87,731   ..............  ..............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT...............................................            806             806             806   ..............  ..............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT....................................................         66,968          66,968          66,968   ..............  ..............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT...................................................        199,776         199,776         199,776   ..............  ..............
    LEASING.............................................................        124,507         124,507         124,507   ..............  ..............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY........................................        462,427         462,427         462,427   ..............  ..............
    MORTGAGE INSURANCE PREMIUMS.........................................             78              78              78   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE...............................        976,504         976,504         976,504   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING, NAVY.......................................      1,255,437       1,385,682       1,339,123         +83,686         -46,559 
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                        FAMILY HOUSING, AIR FIRCE                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                                        
ARIZONA: DAVIS-MOTHAN AFB (70 UNITS)....................................  ..............          9,800   ..............  ..............         -9,800 
CALIFORNIA:                                                                                                                                             
    EDWARDS AFB (51 UNITS)..............................................          8,500           8,500           8,500   ..............  ..............
    EDWARDS AFB (44 UNITS)..............................................  ..............          8,300   ..............  ..............         -8,300 
    TRAVIS AFB (70 UNITS)...............................................          9,714           9,714           9,714   ..............  ..............
    VANDENBERG AFB (108 UNITS)..........................................         17,100          17,100          17,100   ..............  ..............
DELAWARE: DOVER AFB (HOUSING MAINTENANCE FACILITY)......................            831             831             831   ..............  ..............
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: BOLLING AFB (46 UNITS)............................          5,100           5,100           5,100   ..............  ..............
FLORIDA:                                                                                                                                                
    MACDILL AFB (58 UNITS)..............................................         10,000          10,000          10,000   ..............  ..............
    TYNDALL AFB (32 UNITS)..............................................          4,200           4,200           4,200   ..............  ..............
GEORGIA:                                                                                                                                                
    ROBINS AFB (60 UNITS)...............................................          6,800           6,800           6,800   ..............  ..............
    ROBINS AFB (46 UNITS)...............................................  ..............  ..............          5,200          +5,200          +5,200 
IDAHO: MOUNTAIN HOME AFB (60 UNITS).....................................         11,032          11,032          11,032   ..............  ..............
KANSAS:                                                                                                                                                 
    MCCONNELL AFB (19 UNITS)............................................          2,951           2,951           2,951   ..............  ..............
    MCCONNELL AFB (FAMILY HOUSING MANAGEMENT OFFICE)....................  ..............            581   ..............  ..............           -581 
MISSISSIPPI:                                                                                                                                            
    COLUMBUS AFB (50 UNITS).............................................          6,200           6,200           6,200   ..............  ..............
    KEESLER AFB (40 UNITS)..............................................          5,000           5,000           5,000   ..............  ..............
MONTANA:                                                                                                                                                
    MALMSTROM AFB (28 UNITS)............................................          4,842           4,842           4,842   ..............  ..............
    MALMSTROM AFB (PHASE II) (92 UNITS).................................  ..............  ..............         16,605         +16,605         +16,605 
NEW MEXICO: KIRTLAND AFB (180 UNITS)....................................         20,900          20,900          20,900   ..............  ..............
NORTH DAKOTA: GRAND FORKS AFB (42 UNITS)................................          7,936           7,936           7,936   ..............  ..............
SOUTH CAROLINA: CHARLESTON AFB..........................................  ..............  ..............         14,300         +14,300         +14,300 
TEXAS:                                                                                                                                                  
    DYESS AFB (70 UNITS)................................................         10,503          10,503          10,503   ..............  ..............
    GOODFELLOW AFB (3 UNITS)............................................            500             500             500   ..............  ..............
    LACKLAND AFB (50 UNITS).............................................  ..............          7,400           7,400          +7,400   ..............
    SHEPPARD AFB (40 UNITS).............................................  ..............          7,400   ..............  ..............         -7,400 
WYOMING: F E WARREN AFB (52 UNITS)......................................          6,853           6,853           6,853   ..............  ..............
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS...............................................        102,195         156,995         102,195   ..............        -54,800 
PLANNING AND DESIGN.....................................................         11,971          11,971          11,971   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION............................................        253,128         341,409         296,633         +43,505         -44,776 
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:                                                                                                                              
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT.................................................         36,427          36,427          36,427   ..............  ..............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT..................................................         48,712          48,712          48,712   ..............  ..............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT...............................................          5,661           5,661           5,661   ..............  ..............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT....................................................         35,849          35,849          35,849   ..............  ..............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT...................................................        154,556         154,556         154,556   ..............  ..............
    LEASING.............................................................        116,716         116,716         116,716   ..............  ..............
    MORTGAGE INSURANCE PREMIUMS.........................................             31              31              31   ..............  ..............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY........................................        432,282         432,282         432,282   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE...............................        830,234         830,234         830,234   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING, AIR FORCE..................................      1,083,362       1,171,643       1,126,867         +43,505         -44,776 
                                                                         ===============================================================================
                      FAMILY HOUSING, DEFENSE-WIDE                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                                        
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS (NSA) (2 UNITS, MENWITH HILL, UNITED KINGDOM).             50              50              50   ..............  ..............
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS (DLA) (48 UNITS, NEW CUMBERLAND, PA)..........          4,850           4,850           4,850   ..............  ..............
PLANNING AND DESIGN (DLA)...............................................             50              50              50   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION............................................          4,950           4,950           4,950   ..............  ..............
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:                                                                                                                              
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT (NSA)...........................................            126             126             126   ..............  ..............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT (DIA)...........................................          2,328           2,328           2,328   ..............  ..............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT (DLA)...........................................            118             118             118   ..............  ..............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT (NSA)............................................             70              70              70   ..............  ..............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT (DLA)............................................            235             235             235   ..............  ..............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT (NSA).........................................             35              35              35   ..............  ..............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT (NSA)..............................................            355             355             355   ..............  ..............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT (DLA)..............................................             66              66              66   ..............  ..............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT (NSA).............................................            425             425             425   ..............  ..............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT (DLA).............................................            318             318             318   ..............  ..............
    LEASING (NSA).......................................................         11,169          11,169          11,169   ..............  ..............
    LEASING (DIA).......................................................         16,504          16,504          16,504   ..............  ..............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY (NSA)..................................            490             490             490   ..............  ..............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY (DLA)..................................            485             485             485   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE...............................         32,724          32,724          32,724   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING, DEFENSE-WIDE...............................         37,674          37,674          37,674   ..............  ..............
                                                                         ===============================================================================
              BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART II                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                        
BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART II...........................        116,754         116,754         116,754   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
             BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART III                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                        
BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART III..........................        768,702         768,702         768,702   ..............  ..............
                                                                                                                                                        
              BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                        
BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV...........................      1,175,398       1,175,398       1,175,398   ..............  ..............
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT.......................      2,060,854       2,060,854       2,060,854   ..............  ..............
                                                                         ===============================================================================
REVISED ECONOMIC ASSUMPTIONS (SEC. 125).................................  ..............  ..............        -31,000         -31,000         -31,000 
                                                                         ===============================================================================
      GRAND TOTAL.......................................................      8,383,248       9,183,000       9,182,900        +799,652            -100 
                                                                         ===============================================================================
                             RECAPITULATION                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                        
ARMY....................................................................        595,277         721,027         652,046         +56,769         -68,981 
NAVY....................................................................        540,106         685,306         605,756         +65,650         -79,550 
AIR FORCE...............................................................        495,782         662,305         662,305        +166,523   ..............
DEFENSE AGENCIES........................................................        673,633         613,333         690,889         +17,256         +77,556 
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.....................................................         45,098          45,098         234,614        +189,516        +189,516 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD......................................................         60,225         137,275         185,115        +124,890         +47,840 
ARMY RESERVE............................................................         39,112          77,731          96,079         +56,967         +18,348 
NAVAL RESERVE...........................................................         13,921          40,561          21,111          +7,190         -19,450 
AIR FORCE RESERVE.......................................................         14,530          27,143          31,830         +17,300          +4,687 
                                                                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL MILITARY CONSTRUCTION.......................................      2,477,684       3,009,779       3,179,745        +702,061        +169,966 
NATO INFRASTRUCTURE.....................................................        176,300         166,300         152,600         -23,700         -13,700 
FAMILY HOUSING, ARMY....................................................      1,291,937       1,351,068       1,317,037         +25,100         -34,031 
    (CONSTRUCTION)......................................................       (143,000)       (202,131)       (167,100)       (+24,100)       (-35,031)
    (OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE).........................................     (1,148,937)     (1,148,937)     (1,149,937)        (+1,000)        (+1,000)
FAMILY HOUSING, NAVY....................................................      1,255,437       1,385,682       1,339,123         +83,686         -46,559 
    (CONSTRUCTION)......................................................       (278,933)       (409,178)       (362,619)       (+83,686)       (-46,559)
    (OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE).........................................       (976,504)       (976,504)       (976,504)  ..............  ..............
FAMILY HOUSING, AIR FORCE...............................................      1,083,362       1,171,643       1,126,867         +43,505         -44,776 
    (CONSTRUCTION)......................................................       (253,128)       (341,409)       (296,633)       (+43,505)       (-44,776)
    (OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE).........................................       (830,234)       (830,234)       (830,234)  ..............  ..............
FAMILY HOUSING, DEFENSE-WIDE............................................         37,674          37,674          37,674   ..............  ..............
    (CONSTRUCTION)......................................................         (4,950)         (4,950)         (4,950)  ..............  ..............
    (OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE).........................................        (32,724)        (32,724)        (32,724)  ..............  ..............
BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT....................................      2,060,854       2,060,854       2,060,854   ..............  ..............
REVISED ECONOMIC ASSUMPTIONS (SEC. 125).................................  ..............  ..............        -31,000         -31,000         -31,000 
                                                                         ===============================================================================
      GRAND TOTAL.......................................................      8,383,248       9,183,000       9,182,900        +799,652            -100 
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