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106th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 2d Session                                                     106-298

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             DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATION BILL, 2001

                                _______
                                

                  May 18, 2000.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                              R E P O R T

                         [To accompany S. 2593]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 2593) 
making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2001, and for other purposes, 
reports favorably thereon and recommends that the bill do pass.



New obligational authority

Total of bill as reported to Senate.....................$287,630,500,000
Total of 2001 budget estimate........................... 284,520,572,000
Amount of fiscal year 2000 enacted...................... 267,752,360,000
The bill as reported to the Senate:
    Above fiscal year 2001 budget estimate..............   3,109,928,000
    Over enacted appropriations for fiscal year 2000....  19,878,140,000


                            C O N T E N T S

                              ----------                              
Background:
                                                                   Page
    Purpose of the bill..........................................     4
    Hearings.....................................................     4
    Summary of the bill..........................................     4
    Compliance with 302(b) allocation............................     5
Budgetary impact of the bill.....................................     5

                      TITLE I--MILITARY PERSONNEL

Military personnel...............................................     6
Military personnel, Army.........................................     8
Military personnel, Navy.........................................     8
Military personnel, Marine Corps.................................     9
Military personnel, Air Force....................................     9
Reserve personnel, Army..........................................    10
Reserve personnel, Navy..........................................    10
Reserve personnel, Marine Corps..................................    10
Reserve personnel, Air Force.....................................    11
National Guard personnel, Army...................................    11
National Guard personnel, Air Force..............................    12

                  TITLE II--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Operation and maintenance overview...............................    13
Operation and maintenance, Army..................................    15
Operation and maintenance, Navy..................................    19
Operation and maintenance, Marine Corps..........................    23
Operation and maintenance, Air Force.............................    25
Operation and maintenance, Defense-wide..........................    28
Reserve and National Guard operation and maintenance.............    31
Operation and maintenance, Army Reserve..........................    31
Operation and maintenance, Navy Reserve..........................    32
Operation and maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..................    32
Operation and maintenance, Air Force Reserve.....................    32
Operation and maintenance, Army National Guard...................    33
Operation and maintenance, Air National Guard....................    35
Overseas contingency operations transfer fund....................    36
Court of Military Appeals........................................    36
Environmental restoration........................................    36
Environmental restoration, Army..................................    37
Environmental restoration, Navy..................................    37
Environmental restoration, Air Force.............................    37
Environmental restoration, defense-wide..........................    37
Environmental restoration, formerly used defense sites...........    37
Overseas humanitarian, disaster, and civic aid...................    38
Former Soviet Union threat reduction.............................    38

                         TITLE III--PROCUREMENT

Estimates and appropriation summary..............................    40
Items of special interest........................................    41
Aircraft procurement, Army.......................................    41
Missile procurement, Army........................................    43
Procurement of weapons and tracked combat vehicles, Army.........    45
Procurement of ammunition, Army..................................    48
Other procurement, Army..........................................    51
Aircraft procurement, Navy.......................................    60
Weapons procurement, Navy........................................    63
Procurement of ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.................    66
Shipbuilding and conversion, Navy................................    68
Other procurement, Navy..........................................    70
Procurement, Marine Corps........................................    76
Aircraft procurement, Air Force..................................    79
Missile procurement, Air Force...................................    83
Procurement of ammunition, Air Force.............................    85
Other procurement, Air Force.....................................    86
Procurement, defense-wide........................................    90
National Guard and Reserve equipment.............................    93

          TITLE IV--RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

Summary of Committee action......................................    96
Research, development, test, and evaluation, Army................    97
Research, development, test, and evaluation, Navy................   106
Research, development, test, and evaluation, Air Force...........   115
Research, development, test, and evaluation, defense-wide........   125
Operational test and evaluation, defense.........................   134

                TITLE V--REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

Defense working capital funds adjustments........................   136
National defense mobility fund...................................   136

          TITLE VI--OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS

Chemical agents and munitions destruction, Defense...............   138
Defense Health Program...........................................   139
Drug interdiction and counterdrug activities, defense............   143
Office of the Inspector General..................................   144

                      TITLE VII--RELATED AGENCIES

Central Intelligence Agency retirement and disability system fund   145
Community management staff.......................................   145
National security education trust fund...........................   145
Kaho'olawe Island conveyance, remediation and environmental 
  restoration trust fund.........................................   145

                               TITLE VIII

General provisions...............................................   146
Compliance with paragraph 7, rule 16, standing rules of the 
  Senate.........................................................   152
Compliance with paragraph 7(c), rule 26, standing rules of the 
  Senate.........................................................   152

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2000, 
through September 30, 2001. Functional areas include the pay, 
allowances, and support of military personnel, operation and 
maintenance of the forces, procurement of equipment and 
systems, and research, development, test, and evaluation. 
Appropriations for military assistance, military construction, 
family housing, nuclear weapons programs, and civil defense are 
provided in other bills.

                                Hearings

    The Subcommittee on Department of Defense Appropriations 
began hearings on the fiscal year 2001 budget request on March 
1, 2000, and concluded them on May 3, 2000, after eight 
separate sessions. The subcommittee heard testimony from 
representatives of the Department of Defense, other Federal 
agencies, representatives of organizations, and the public.

                          Summary of the Bill

    The Committee considered a total fiscal year 2001 budget 
request of $284,520,572,000 in new obligational authority for 
the military functions of the Department of Defense, excluding 
military assistance, military construction, family housing and 
civil defense. The fiscal year 2000 enacted amounts in this 
report do not include the fiscal year 2000 emergency 
supplemental funding reported by the Committee on May 9, 2000. 
The following table displays the recommendations for each 
title:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                          Fiscal year 2000   Fiscal year 2001      Committee
                                                              enacted            request         recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I--Military personnel............................        73,894,693         75,801,666         75,817,487
Title II--Operation and maintenance....................        92,234,779         96,280,113         96,720,882
    (By transfer)......................................          (150,000)          (150,000)          (150,000)
Title III--Procurement.................................        52,980,714         59,266,603         57,896,122
Title IV--Research, development, test, and evaluation..        37,605,560         37,862,401         39,597,489
Title V--Revolving and management  funds...............           807,544          1,304,434          4,195,357
Title VI--Other Department of Defense programs.........        13,168,961         13,587,774         14,190,824
Title VII--Related agencies............................           410,115            385,581            460,281
Title VIII--General provisions.........................        -3,350,006             32,000         -1,247,942
                                                        --------------------------------------------------------
      Grand total......................................       267,752,360        284,520,572        287,630,500
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     classified program adjustments

    The Committee recommends adjustments to certain classified 
programs, as explained in the classified annex to the 
Committee's report.

                   Compliance With 302(b) Allocation

    The Appropriations Committee conformed fully to the budget 
resolution for defense spending in its 302(b) allocation. This 
allocation divided the budget authority and outlays among the 
subcommittees with jurisdiction over discretionary spending. 
The Defense Subcommittee has the greatest share of defense 
spending. In this recommended bill, the Appropriations 
Committee has remained within the tight constraints of its 
302(b) allocation for defense.

                                            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]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                  Budget authority               Outlays
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                               Committee    Amount  of   Committee    Amount  of
                                                               allocation      bill      allocation      bill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations
 to its subcommittees of amounts in the First Concurrent
 Resolution for 2001: Subcommittee on Defense:
    General purpose, nondefense discretion-  ary............           10           10            6        \1\ 6
    General purpose, defense discretionary..................      287,405      287,405      279,572      276,953
    Mandatory...............................................          216          216          216          216
Projections of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2001....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........  \2\ 188,097
    2002....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       59,012
    2003....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       31,179
    2004....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        8,984
    2005 and future years...................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        4,126
Financial assistance to State and local governments for 2001           NA           10           NA            4
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\ Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.
Note.--Amount for general purpose discretionary reflects Senate Budget Committee estimate of section 8108.


                                TITLE I

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Funds appropriated under this title provide for basic pay, 
retired pay accrual, employer's contribution for Social 
Security taxes, basic allowance for housing, basic allowance 
for subsistence, special and incentive pays, permanent change 
of station travel, and other personnel costs for uniformed 
members of the Armed Forces.
    The President's fiscal year 2001 budget requests a total of 
$75,801,666,000 for military personnel appropriations. This 
request funds an Active Component end strength of 1,381,600 and 
a Reserve Component end strength of 865,700, for a Total Force 
end strength of 2,247,300.

                      summary of committee action

    The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations 
totaling $75,817,487,000 for fiscal year 2001. This is 
$15,821,000 above the budget estimate.
    The Committee recommends funding an Active Component end 
strength of 1,381,600 for fiscal year 2001, the same as the 
budget estimate. The Committee recommends funding a Reserve 
Component end strength of 865,868 for fiscal year 2001, an 
increase of 168 to the budget estimate. Accordingly, the 
Committee recommends funding a Total Force end strength of 
2,247,468 for fiscal year 2001, an increase of 168 to the 
budget estimate.
    Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for 
fiscal year 2001 are summarized below:

                                  SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active:
    Army........................................................      22,198,457      22,173,929         -24,528
    Navy........................................................      17,742,897      17,877,215        +134,318
    Marine Corps................................................       6,822,300       6,831,373          +9,073
    Air Force...................................................      18,282,834      18,110,764        -172,070
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................      65,046,488      64,993,281         -53,207
                                                                 ===============================================
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve................................................       2,433,880       2,458,961         +25,081
    Naval Reserve...............................................       1,528,385       1,539,490         +11,105
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................         436,386         446,586         +10,200
    Air Force Reserve...........................................         981,710         963,752         -17,958
    Army National Guard.........................................       3,747,636       3,781,236         +33,600
    Air National Guard..........................................       1,627,181       1,634,181          +7,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................      10,755,178      10,824,206         +69,028
                                                                 ===============================================
      Grand total...............................................      75,801,666      75,817,487         +15,821
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end-strengths for fiscal year 2001 
are summarized below:

                                            RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active:
    Army........................................................         480,000         480,000  ..............
    Navy........................................................         372,000         372,000  ..............
    Marine Corps................................................         172,600         172,600  ..............
    Air Force...................................................         357,000         357,000  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................       1,381,600       1,381,600  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve................................................         205,000         205,000  ..............
    Naval Reserve...............................................          88,900          88,900  ..............
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................          39,500          39,558             +58
    Air Force Reserve...........................................          74,300          74,300  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................         350,000         350,088             +88
    Air National Guard..........................................         108,000         108,022             +22
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................         865,700         865,868            +168
                                                                 ===============================================
      Grand total...............................................       2,247,300       2,247,468            +168
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end-strengths for full-time support 
of the Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2001 are summarized 
below:

                                RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army Reserve....................................................          12,806          12,806  ..............
Naval Reserve...................................................          14,649          14,649  ..............
Marine Corps Reserve............................................           2,203           2,261             +58
Air Force Reserve...............................................           1,278           1,278  ..............
Army National Guard.............................................          22,448          22,974            +526
Air National Guard..............................................          11,148          11,170             +22
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................          64,532          65,138            +606
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                  RECOMMENDED MILITARY TECHNICIANS END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army Reserve....................................................           6,444           6,444  ..............
Air Force Reserve...............................................           9,733           9,733  ..............
Army National Guard.............................................          23,957          24,728            +771
Air National Guard..............................................          22,547          22,547  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................          62,681          63,452            +771
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2000.................................... $22,006,361,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  22,198,457,000
Committee recommendation................................  22,173,929,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$22,173,929,000. This is $24,528,000 below the budget estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget Activity 2, Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
     90 Selective Reenlistment Bonuses........................   +20,000
     90 Enlistment Bonuses....................................   +35,000
     90 Loan Repayment Program................................    +6,000
     90 Increased Special Duty Assignment Pay.................    +7,000
Budget Activity 5, Permanent Change of Station:
    166 Excess PCS requirements...............................   -22,000
Budget Activity 6, Other Military Personnel Costs:
    185 Excess unemployment compensation......................    -1,728
Undistributed:
     Personnel underexecution.................................   -68,800
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................   -24,528

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2000.................................... $17,258,823,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  17,742,897,000
Committee recommendation................................  17,877,215,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$17,877,215,000. This is $134,318,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget Activity 1, Pay and Allowances of Officers:
     40 Career Sea Pay reform.................................    +7,000
Budget Activity 2, Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
     80 Basic Allowance for Housing (shipboard E4s)...........   +21,000
     90 Career Sea Pay reform.................................  +110,000
     90 Selective Reenlistment Bonuses........................   +20,000
     90 Enlistment Bonuses....................................   +24,000
     90 Increased Special Duty Assignment Pay.................    +6,000
Budget Activity 5, Permanent Change of Station:
    166 Excess PCS requirements...............................   -12,500
Budget Activity 6, Other Military Personnel Costs:
    185 Excess unemployment compensation......................    -1,182
Undistributed:
     Personnel underexecution.................................   -40,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................  +134,318

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $6,555,403,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   6,822,300,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,831,373,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$6,831,373,000. This is $9,073,000 above the budget estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget Activity 2, Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
     90 Selective Reenlistment Bonuses........................   +12,000
     90 Enlistment Bonuses....................................    +6,000
     90 Marine Corps College Fund.............................    +6,600
     90 Increased Special Duty Assignment Pay.................    +4,000
     90 Career Sea Pay reform.................................    +1,000
Budget Activity 5, Permanent Change of Station:
    166 Excess PCS requirements...............................    -5,000
Budget Activity 6, Other Military Personnel Costs:
    185 Excess unemployment compensation......................      -527
Undistributed:
     Personnel underexecution.................................   -15,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................    +9,073

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000.................................... $17,861,803,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  18,282,834,000
Committee recommendation................................  18,110,764,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$18,110,764,000. This is $172,070,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget Activity 1, Pay and Allowances of Officers:
     35 Excess Aviation Continuation Pay......................    -3,750
     35 Excess Aviation Continuation Pay......................    -5,000
Budget Activity 2, Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
     90 Selective Reenlistment Bonuses........................   +29,000
     90 Enlistment Bonuses....................................    +7,500
     90 Increased Special Duty Assignment Pay.................    +4,000
     90 College Loan Payback Program..........................    +6,000
Budget Activity 5, Permanent Change of Station:
    166 Excess PCS requirements...............................   -17,500
Budget Activity 6, Other Military Personnel Costs:
    185 Excess unemployment compensation......................      -520
Undistributed:
     Personnel underexecution.................................  -195,000
     Fund 94 B-52 bomber force structure......................    +3,200
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................  -172,070

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $2,289,996,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   2,433,880,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,458,961,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,458,961,000. This is $25,081,000 above the budget estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget Activity 1, Unit and Individual Training:]
     10 Annual Training.......................................   +10,000
     10 Additional Training Periods/Readiness Management 
      Periods.................................................    +2,000
     10 Inactive Duty Training for military funeral honors....    +2,700
     10 Additional Inactive Duty Training.....................    +5,000
     10 Excess Annual Training, Travel........................      -119
     30 Unjustified Initial Active Duty for Training..........    -2,000
Budget Activity 2, Other Training and Support:
     90 Excess PCS requirements...............................    -2,500
    100 MGIB shortfall........................................    +3,000
    100 MGIB kicker...........................................    +7,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................   +25,081

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,473,388,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,528,385,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,539,490,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,539,490,000. This is $11,105,000 above the budget estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget Activity 1, Unit and Individual Training:]
     10 Additional Training Periods/Readiness Management 
      Periods.................................................    +2,000
     10 Inactive Duty Training for military funeral honors....    +1,000
     10 Annual Training.......................................   +10,000
     10 Unjustified subsistence...............................      -155
     10 Unjustified uniform allowance.........................      -246
     10 Unjustified clothing issue............................    -2,177
     10 Travel, Inactive Duty Training........................    +1,500
Budget Activity 2, Other Training and Support:
     70 Active Duty Training--Schools.........................    +2,000
     90 Career Sea Pay reform.................................    +2,000
     90 Basic Allowance for Housing (shipboard E4s)...........    +1,000
     90 Excess PCS requirements...............................    -7,450
     90 Active Duty for Special Work..........................    +1,000
    100 MGIB kicker...........................................    +1,734
    120 Excess AFHPSP annual grant............................    -1,101
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................   +11,105

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $412,650,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     436,386,000
Committee recommendation................................     446,586,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $446,586,000. 
This is $10,200,000 above the budget estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget Activity 1, Unit and Individual Training:]
     10 Additional Training Periods/Readiness Management 
      Periods.................................................    +1,000
     10 Inactive Duty Training for military funeral honors....    +1,000
     10 Annual Training.......................................    +2,000
Budget Activity 2, Other Training and Support:
     80 Active Duty for Special Work..........................    +1,000
     90 Enlistment Bonuses....................................    +1,000
     90 Reenlistment Bonuses..................................    +1,000
     90 Affiliation Bonuses...................................      +300
     90 Additional 58 Active Reserve end strength.............    +1,900
    100 MGIB kicker...........................................    +1,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................   +10,200

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $892,594,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     981,710,000
Committee recommendation................................     963,752,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $963,752,000. 
This is $17,958,000 below the budget estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget Activity 1, Unit and Individual Training:]
     10 Budget re-estimation..................................    -1,671
     10 Inactive Duty Training for military funeral honors....    +1,380
     10 Unjustified Active Duty Training travel...............   -19,258
Budget Activity 2, Other Training and Support:
     90 Budget re-estimation..................................    -1,139
     90 Excess PCS requirements...............................    -1,104
     90 Aviation Continuation Pay.............................    +3,750
    100 MGIB kicker...........................................    +5,500
Undistributed:
     Mispriced CY01 pay raise.................................    -1,444
     Unjustified program growth...............................    -3,972
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................   -17,958

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $3,610,479,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   3,747,636,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,781,236,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,781,236,000. This is $33,600,000 above the budget estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Additional full-time support (AGR)............................   +17,500
Emergency spill response program..............................    +1,110
Advanced training shortfall...................................   +15,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................   +33,600

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,533,196,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,627,181,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,634,181,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,634,181,000. This is $7,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Aviation Continuation Pay.....................................    +5,000
Additional full-time support (AGR)............................    +2,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................    +7,000

                                TITLE II

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    The Committee recommends appropriations totaling 
$96,720,882,000 in title II, operation and maintenance, for 
fiscal year 2001. This is $440,769,000 above the budget 
estimate. The Committee also recommends that $150,000,000 be 
transferred from the national defense stockpile transaction 
fund. The Committee recommendations, by appropriation account, 
are compared with the budget estimate in the following table:

                                      SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                  2001 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
O&M;:
    Army......................................................      19,073,731       19,049,881          -23,850
        Transfer--stockpile...................................         (50,000)         (50,000)  ..............
    Navy......................................................      23,250,154       23,398,254         +148,100
        Transfer--stockpile...................................         (50,000)         (50,000)  ..............
    Marine Corps..............................................       2,705,658        2,729,758          +24,100
    Air Force.................................................      22,296,977       22,268,977          -28,000
        Transfer--stockpile...................................         (50,000)         (50,000)  ..............
    Defense-wide..............................................      11,920,069       11,991,688          +71,619
    Army Reserve..............................................       1,521,418        1,529,418           +8,000
    Navy Reserve..............................................         960,946          968,946           +8,000
    Marine Corps Reserve......................................         133,959          141,159           +7,200
    Air Force Reserve.........................................       1,885,859        1,893,859           +8,000
    Army National Guard.......................................       3,182,335        3,330,535         +148,200
    Air National Guard........................................       3,446,375        3,481,775          +35,400
Overseas contingency operations transfer fund.................       4,100,577        4,100,577   ..............
Court of Military Appeals.....................................           8,574            8,574   ..............
Environmental restoration:
    Army......................................................         389,932          389,932   ..............
    Navy......................................................         294,038          294,038   ..............
    Air Force.................................................         376,300          376,300   ..............
    Defense-wide..............................................          23,412           21,412           -2,000
    Formerly used defense sites...............................         186,499          231,499          +45,000
Former Soviet Union threat reduction..........................         458,400          458,400   ..............
Humanitarian assistance.......................................          64,900           55,900           -9,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total...................................................      96,430,113       96,870,882         +440,769
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                   operation and maintenance overview

    Operation and maintenance appropriations provide the 
resources required by the U.S. Armed Forces, and supporting 
defense agencies, to prepare for and conduct combat operations, 
and other peace time missions. These funds are used to purchase 
fuel and spare parts for training operations, pay supporting 
civilian personnel, and purchase supplies, equipment, and 
service contracts for the repair of weapons and facilities.

             overseas contingency operations transfer fund

    Despite the concerns of the Committee expressed in Senate 
Report 106-53, and the requirements set forth in section 8110 
of Public Law 106-79, the Office of the Secretary of Defense 
has failed to provide adequate oversight to the planning, 
programming and budgeting for contingency operations. The clear 
intention of the Committee in creating the Overseas Contingency 
Operations Transfer Fund (OCOTF) was to provide ample resources 
for the conduct of unforeseen contingencies, thereby protecting 
the resources provided for training and combat readiness. The 
need for OCOTF funding was most acute during those instances 
when the budget request failed to acknowledge the protracted 
duration of U.S. military operations in the Balkans.
    Although the budget request for fiscal year 2001 foresees 
ongoing patrolling, policing, and peacekeeping activities, the 
Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) has abdicated 
oversight responsibilities for OCOTF. As Senate Report 106-53 
observed, the Readiness panel of the Quadrennial Defense Review 
presented several alternatives for the funding of peacekeeping 
operations to the Secretary of Defense. The Secretary chose not 
to implement any of those alternatives. Current Department 
policy for the funding of contingency operations permits the 
respective Armed Services to define the incremental contingency 
costs within their base programs. During fiscal year 2000 the 
services used contingency funds for routine base operations, 
depot maintenance, real property maintenance, and planned 
training. Under the existing OSD policy, three methodologies 
(those of the Air Force, and the Navy's Atlantic and Pacific 
Fleets), were permitted for determining contingency flying hour 
costs. As in past years, the Army was allowed to transfer 
funding for operating forces to service administrative 
activities and subsequently request additional training 
funding.
    The Department is directed to provide the Committee and the 
General Accounting Office reports identifying contingency 
related expenses no later than 30 days after the end of each 
month for which contingency costs are incurred.

                biometrics information assurance program

    The Committee recommends additional funding for the 
biometrics information assurance program in various service 
operation and maintenance accounts. The Department is 
encouraged to include funding for this program in future year 
budget requests.

                   container use maximization report

    The Committee recognizes the increased use of intermodal 
containers in the domestic and international transportation of 
cargo, and directs the Department of Defense (DOD) to 
investigate the logistical and economic efficiencies that could 
be achieved through the intermodal transportation of DOD cargo. 
The Committee directs the DOD to produce a report within 1 year 
from the enactment date of this legislation which outlines in 
detail the inventory of DOD-owned container equipment and its 
readiness condition, the percentage of equipment that is 
currently being containerized, and provides an analysis of the 
steps taken by the unified Transportation Command (TRANSCOM) to 
maximize container usage as part of the overall sealift 
operation. The report should also evaluate the operational 
procedures and potential economic savings from TRANSCOM's 
Master Container Contract with container lessors. Based on this 
evaluation the Committee directs DOD to make recommendations 
for the future use of long-term leases, container pools, 
paperwork reduction through electronic means, and other private 
sector business practices to enhance their national security/
transport responsibilities and to reduce cost.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2000.................................... $19,256,152,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  19,073,731,000
Committee recommendation................................  19,049,881,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$19,049,881,000. This is $23,850,000 below the budget estimate.

                    SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS

    Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each 
operation and maintenance, Army funding category identified in 
the Department's O-1 submission. A table showing the budget 
estimate, Committee adjustment, and recommended funding level 
by O-1 category is provided below. Proposed transfers of funds 
within budget activity funding categories in excess of 
$15,000,000 are subject to standard reprogramming procedures.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2001 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

               OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    LAND FORCES:
        DIVISIONS............................................       1,174,856        1,179,856           +5,000
        CORPS COMBAT FORCES..................................         321,297          321,297   ...............
        CORPS SUPPORT FORCES.................................         350,844          350,844   ...............
        ECHELON ABOVE CORPS FORCES...........................         503,390          503,390   ...............
        LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT.......................         980,512          980,512   ...............
    LAND FORCES READINESS:
        FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT...................       1,144,565        1,144,565   ...............
        LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS........................         531,614          527,914           -3,700
        LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE........................         694,662          697,162           +2,500
    LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT:
        BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (OPERATING FORCES)...........       2,698,913        2,698,913   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (OPERATING FORCES).........         916,378          933,378          +17,000
        MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS..............         131,042          127,042           -4,000
        UNIFIED COMMANDS.....................................          82,388           87,388           +5,000
        ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES................................          50,620           50,620   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1...........................       9,581,081        9,602,881          +21,800

BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION:
    MOBILITY OPERATIONS:
        STRATEGIC MOBILIZATION...............................         309,219          309,219   ...............
        ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS............................         130,471          130,471   ...............
        INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS..............................          66,557           57,557           -9,000
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (MOBILITY OPERATIONS)......          20,666           20,666   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2...........................         526,913          517,913           -9,000

BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:
    ACCESSION TRAINING:
        OFFICER ACQUISITION..................................          73,963           73,963   ...............
        RECRUIT TRAINING.....................................          15,728           15,728   ...............
        ONE STATION UNIT TRAINING............................          14,618           14,618   ...............
        SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS..............         134,581          135,831           +1,250
        BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (ACCESSION TRAINING).........          75,468           75,468   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (ACCESSION TRAINING).......          49,668           49,668   ...............
    BASIC SKILL/ADVANCE TRAINING:
        SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING...........................         242,799          244,299           +1,500
        FLIGHT TRAINING......................................         323,414          323,414   ...............
        PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION...................         100,260           97,760           -2,500
        TRAINING SUPPORT.....................................         417,639          419,139           +1,500
        BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (BASIC SKILL/ADV TRAIN- ING).         845,136          845,136   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (BASIC SKILL/ADV TRAINING).         264,642          264,642   ...............
    RECRUITING/OTHER TRAINING:
        RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING...........................         385,251          382,251           -3,000
        EXAMINING............................................          77,700           77,700   ...............
        OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION.....................          87,629           87,629   ...............
        CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING......................          79,207           74,207           -5,000
        JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS..............          77,491           84,091           +6,600
        BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (RECRUIT/OTHER TRAIN- ING)...         188,375          188,375   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3.........................       3,453,569        3,453,919             +350

BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE: ACTIVITIES:
    SECURITY PROGRAMS: SECURITY PROGRAMS.....................         472,588          472,588   ...............
    LOGISTICS OPERATIONS:
        SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION...........................         488,831          488,831   ...............
        CENTRAL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES............................         365,993          360,993           -5,000
        LOGISTIC SUPPORT ACTIVITIES..........................         356,748          366,748          +10,000
        AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT................................         339,518          339,518   ...............
    SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT:
        ADMINISTRATION.......................................         327,113          331,113           +4,000
        SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS...........................         466,906          468,906           +2,000
        MANPOWER MANAGEMENT..................................         164,992          163,992           -1,000
        OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT..............................         154,893          154,893   ...............
        OTHER SERVICE SUPPORT................................         739,315          741,315           +2,000
        ARMY CLAIMS ACTIVITIES...............................         112,851          112,851   ...............
        REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT...............................          69,439           69,439   ...............
        BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT)........       1,076,077        1,076,077   ...............
        COMMISSARY OPERATIONS................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (SERVICEWIDE SUP- PORT)....         177,821          182,321           +4,500
    SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS:
        INTERNATIONAL MILITARY HEADQUARTERS..................         194,381          194,381   ...............
        MISC SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS........................          54,702           52,702           -2,000
        EXPANSION OF NATO....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4...........................       5,562,168        5,576,668          +14,500

CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS UNDISTRIBUTED............................  ...............           1,000           +1,000
GENERAL REDUCTION, NATIONAL DEFENSE STOCKPILE FUND...........         -50,000          -50,000   ...............
BASE SUPPORT.................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
MEMORIAL EVENTS..............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
CONTRACT AND ADVISORY SERVICES...............................  ...............         -20,000          -20,000
EXCESS CARRYOVER, WORKING CAPITAL FUND.......................  ...............         -40,500          -40,500
MEMORIAL TUNNEL, CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT......................  ...............           5,000           +5,000
WMD, CIVIL SUPPORT TEAMS.....................................  ...............           5,000           +5,000
UNOBLIGATED BALANCE, PENTAGON RENOVATION.....................  ...............          -2,000           -2,000
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS......................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
REDUCTION IN JCS EXERCISES...................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
SPARES/WRM...................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
COMMUNICATIONS REDUCTION.....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY.................      19,073,731       19,049,881          -23,850
          TRANSFER...........................................         (50,000)         (50,000)  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABLE................................     (19,123,731)     (19,099,881)        (-23,850)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
     250 Military Gator.......................................    +5,000
     600 Strike force funding.................................   -15,000
     600 Land forces system readiness, other contracts, other 
      pur- 
      chases..................................................   -10,000
     600 GCCS-USFK............................................   +11,300
     600 HEMTT vehicle recapitalization.......................   +10,000
     650 Maintenance Automatic Identification Technology......    +2,000
     650 LOGTECH..............................................      +500
     800 Fort Wainwright utilidors............................   +10,000
     800 Fort Greely runway repairs...........................    +7,000
     850 Management HQ........................................    -4,000
     900 Hunter UAV...........................................    +5,000
Budget activity 2: Mobilization:
    1300 Industrial Preparedness, underexecution and UPC 
      subsidy.................................................   -32,000
    1300 Rock Island UPC subsidy..............................   +11,500
    1300 Watervliet UPC subsidy...............................   +11,500
Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
    1650 Air Battle Captain...................................    +1,250
    1850 Joint Assessment Neurological Examination Equipment..    +1,500
    1950 Professional Development Education, NDU..............    -2,500
    2000 Fort Knox, Distance Learning.........................    +1,500
    2200 Recruiting contracts and studies.....................    -3,000
    2350 Civilian Education and Training......................    -5,000
    2400 JROTC................................................    +6,600
Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:
    2800 Central Supply Activities............................    -5,000
    2850 JCALS................................................   +10,000
    3000 Administration.......................................    -4,000
    3000 Biometrics support...................................    +8,000
    3100 Manpower Management, travel..........................    -1,000
    3200 Army conservation and ecosystem management...........    +2,000
    3050 Information Assurance-USFK IT security...............    +2,000
    3400 Rock Island Bridge Repairs...........................    +2,500
    3400 Fort Des Moines, Historic OCS memorial...............    +2,000
    3650 Misc. Support of Other nations.......................    -2,000
Undistributed:
    3710 Classified...........................................    +1,000
    3760 Contract and Advisory Services.......................   -20,000
    3762 Excess Carryover, Working Capital Fund...............   -40,500
    3764 Memorial Tunnel, Consequence management..............    +5,000
    3766 WMD Civil Support Teams, Emergency Responder training    +5,000
    3768 Unobligated balance, Pentagon Renovation.............    -2,000

                         COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS

    Program reductions.--The Committee supports the Army 
efforts to adapt force structure, doctrine and technology to 
better meet future security threats. The Committee has provided 
funding for the Army transformation, training and maintenance. 
The Committee recommends several adjustments to programs with 
unjustified program growth such as headquarters increases, and 
administration.
    Unutilized Plant Capacity.--The Committee questions the 
degree to which the Army plans to provide a direct cash subsidy 
to Watervliet Arsenal, as described in the budget request. The 
Committee has reallocated the direct funding for fiscal year 
2001 to both Watervliet and Rock Island Arsenals (an increase 
of $11,500,000 for Rock Island Arsenal above the budget 
request, and a reduction for Watervliet), and reduced the 
request for industrial preparedness due to under execution. The 
Committee is aware that the Office of the Secretary of Defense 
has directed the Army to study the scale and capacity of the 
arsenals and ammunition plants, in an effort to mitigate the 
need for further cash subsidies. The Army shall provide this 
report to the Committee no later than September 15, 2000.
    Real Property Maintenance.--Despite the determined efforts 
of the Committee to fund the training operations which the Army 
conducts to achieve measurable readiness standards, the service 
has repeatedly failed to execute the plans presented to, and 
approved by Congress. The Army explains this migration of 
training resources to other activities as ``fact-of-life'' 
adjustments required to balance funding levels across the 
Operation and Maintenance appropriation. To protect the 
training subactivity groups associated with operational 
readiness, the Committee has supported fully the Army's real 
property maintenance and base operations plan. The Committee 
directs that real property maintenance funds recommended in the 
bill shall provide the following program in fiscal year 2001:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Command                                           Recommendation

AMC.....................................................         100,164
ATEC....................................................          31,412
COE.....................................................           3,819
EUSA....................................................         117,400
FORSCOM.................................................         315,000
MDW.....................................................          39,800
MEDCOM..................................................          19,012
MTMC....................................................          11,650
OSA.....................................................          15,000
TRADOC..................................................         265,000
USAREUR.................................................         284,250
USARPAC.................................................         172,000
USARSO..................................................           5,000
USMA....................................................          49,668
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................       1,429,175

    Air Battle Captain.--The Committee has included $1,250,000 
for the Air Battle Captain helicopter flight training program. 
Of this amount, $250,000 shall be directed to a national 
recruitment campaign specifically targeted to the program. The 
Secretary of the Army is directed to provide a detailed 
recruitment plan to the Committee for its review within sixty 
days of enactment of this Act. The Committee intends that the 
balance of this funding shall be expended on activities 
directly associated with flight training prescribed by the Air 
Battle Captain program curriculum for helicopter training.
    Joint Assessment Neurological Examination Equipment Upgrade 
for combat medical specialist.--The Committee recommends an 
additional $1,500,000 for the Army Medical Center and School to 
continue the joint assessment neurological evaluation equipment 
upgrade for training and sustainment proficiency of the combat 
medical specialist.
    Recruiting studies.--The Committee continues to support the 
recruiting efforts of the armed services. Nevertheless, within 
the Department of Defense studies of the recruiting market are 
manifold. The Defense Human Resources Activity conducts the 
Joint Market Research Program, the Office of the Secretary of 
Defense conducts studies regarding policy options for 
recruiting the college market, and the Army's Office of 
Economic and Manpower Analysis studies the recruiting market 
and costs. Given the wealth of information available to the 
Department, the Committee has adjusted the funding available 
for contractor studies to programs of a higher priority.
    Charlestown Naval Auxiliary Landing Field.--The Committee 
encourages the Corps of the Engineers to complete the remaining 
environmental remediation work at this site as expeditiously as 
possible.
    Mounted Urban Combat Training.--The Committee notes that 
the Mounted Urban Combat Training (MUCT) site was dedicated 
earlier this year at Fort Knox. The MUCT provides excellent 
training opportunities for mounted forces in urban settings, 
and the Committee strongly supports increased emphasis on this 
type of training. Therefore, the Committee directs the Army to 
provide an additional $4,000,000 to further enhance the MUCT's 
simulation infrastructure.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2000.................................... $22,958,784,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  23,250,154,000
Committee recommendation................................  23,398,254,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$23,398,254,000. This is $148,100,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                    SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS

    Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each 
operation and maintenance, Navy funding category identified in 
the Department's O-1 submission. A table showing the budget 
estimate, Committee adjustment, and recommended funding level 
by O-1 category is provided below. Proposed transfers of funds 
within budget activity funding categories in excess of 
$15,000,000 are subject to standard reprogramming procedures.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2000 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

               OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    AIR OPERATIONS:
        MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS..................       2,636,230        2,636,230   ...............
        FLEET AIR TRAINING...................................         798,956          798,956   ...............
        INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE.............................          59,407           59,407   ...............
        AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY SUPPORT....................         102,182          102,182   ...............
        AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE...........................         648,745          653,745           +5,000
        AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT....................          22,044           22,044   ...............
    SHIP OPERATIONS:
        MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS....................       2,237,075        2,237,075   ...............
        SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING................         539,919          539,919   ...............
        INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE.............................         393,478          393,478   ...............
        SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE...............................       2,113,052        2,145,052          +32,000
        SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT........................       1,050,703        1,086,703          +36,000
    COMBAT OPERATIONS/SUPPORT:
        COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS................................         371,080          371,080   ...............
        ELECTRONIC WARFARE...................................          16,452           16,452   ...............
        SPACE SYSTEMS AND SURVEILLANCE.......................         167,779          167,779   ...............
        WARFARE TACTICS......................................         141,835          161,835          +20,000
        OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY.............         257,981          269,981          +12,000
        COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES................................         548,600          548,600   ...............
        EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE................................         163,062          163,062   ...............
        DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT.............................             791              791   ...............
    WEAPONS SUPPORT:
        CRUISE MISSILE.......................................         139,779          139,779   ...............
        FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE..............................         816,722          816,722   ...............
        IN-SERVICE WEAPONS SYSTEMS SUPPORT...................          48,635           48,635   ...............
        WEAPONS MAINTENANCE..................................         381,806          403,806          +22,000
    WORKING CAPITAL FUND SUPPORT: NWCF SUPPORT...............          19,100           19,100   ...............
    BASE SUPPORT:
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................         866,050          866,050   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................       2,151,215        2,151,215   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1...........................      16,692,678       16,819,678         +127,000

BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION:
    READY RESERVE AND PREPOSITIONING FORCES: SHIP                     428,418          428,418   ...............
     PREPOSITIONING AND SURGE................................
    ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS:
        AIRCRAFT ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS...................           2,939            2,939   ...............
        SHIP ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS.......................         193,464          209,464          +16,000
    MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS:
        FLEET HOSPITAL PROGRAM...............................          23,707           23,707   ...............
        INDUSTRIAL READINESS.................................           1,112            1,112   ...............
        COAST GUARD SUPPORT..................................          19,294           19,294   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2...........................         668,934          684,934          +16,000

BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:
    ACCESSION TRAINING:
        OFFICER ACQUISITION..................................          90,121           90,121   ...............
        RECRUIT TRAINING.....................................           6,594            6,594   ...............
        RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)...............          77,918           77,918   ...............
    BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING:
        SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING...........................         276,861          281,161           +4,300
        FLIGHT TRAINING......................................         342,553          342,553   ...............
        PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION...................         107,625          110,625           +3,000
        TRAINING SUPPORT.....................................         186,225          186,225   ...............
    RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION:
        RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING...........................         180,737          180,737   ...............
        OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION.....................          86,613           86,613   ...............
        CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING......................          56,234           55,234           -1,000
        JUNIOR ROTC..........................................          31,372           34,472           +3,100
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................         198,071          198,071   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................         324,715          324,715   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3...........................       1,965,639        1,975,039           +9,400

BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT:
        ADMINISTRATION.......................................         618,145          621,145           +3,000
        EXTERNAL RELATIONS...................................          19,987           19,987   ...............
        CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND PERSON MANAGEMENT..............         114,660          114,660   ...............
        MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSON MANAGEMENT..............          97,812           97,812   ...............
        OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT..............................         187,270          187,270   ...............
        SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS...........................         308,225          308,225   ...............
        COMMISSARY OPERATIONS................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
    LOGISTICS OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT:
        SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION...........................         186,105          186,105   ...............
        PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND DESIGN.....................         355,482          352,482           -3,000
        ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT...................         721,560          721,560   ...............
        AIR SYSTEMS SUPPORT..................................         303,087          303,087   ...............
        HULL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SUPPORT..............          61,092           61,092   ...............
        COMBAT/WEAPONS SYSTEMS...............................          47,240           47,240   ...............
        SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS.................          54,260           54,260   ...............
    SECURITY PROGRAMS: SECURITY PROGRAMS.....................         622,854          622,854   ...............
    SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS:
        INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS AND AGENCIES..............           8,508            8,508   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................         109,485          109,485   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................         157,131          157,131   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4...........................       3,972,903        3,972,903   ...............

REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
FORCE PROTECTION ASHORE......................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS UNDISTRIBUTED............................  ...............           5,700           +5,700

GENERAL REDUCTION, NATIONAL DEF STOCKPILE FUND...............         -50,000          -50,000   ...............
BASE SUPPORT.................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM........................  ...............  ...............  ...............
EXECUTIVE EDUCATION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT....................  ...............  ...............  ...............
SPARES.......................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS......................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
REDUCTION IN JCS EXERCISES...................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
CONTRACT AND ADVISORY SERVICES...............................  ...............         -10,000          -10,000
COMMUNICATIONS REDUCTION.....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
MARITIME FIRE TRAINING CENTER................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
MTAPP........................................................  ...............           2,000           +2,000

UNOBLIGATED BALANCE, PENTAGON RENOVATION.....................  ...............          -2,000           -2,000
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY.................      23,250,154       23,398,254         +148,100

          TRANSFER...........................................         (50,000)         (50,000)  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABLE................................     (23,300,154)     (23,448,254)       (+148,100)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
    4600 C-12 spares program..................................    +5,000
    5000 LHA Midlife..........................................   +32,000
    5050 Ship Depot Operations Support Pearl Harbor Shipyard..   +24,000
    5050 Shipyard Apprentice Program..........................   +12,000
    5400 Warfare Tactics PMRF facilities......................   +20,000
    5450 Meteorology and oceanography.........................    +7,000
    5450 UNOLS................................................    +5,000
    5950 MK-45 Overhaul.......................................   +12,000
    5950 CIWS overhaul........................................   +10,000
Budget activity 2: Mobilization:
    6500 Ship Disposal project................................   +16,000
Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
    7200 Mark 53 (NULKA) training and support.................    +4,300
    7300 NUWC MBA program.....................................    +2,000
    7300 JMEANS-N, Naval War College..........................    +1,000
    7650 Civilian Education and Training......................    -1,000
    7700 JROTC................................................    +2,100
    7700 Naval Sea Cadet Corps................................    +1,000
Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:
    8000 Biometrics support...................................    +3,000
    8550 Planning, engineering and design.....................    -3,000
Undistributed:
    9280 Classified...........................................    +5,700
    9380 Contract and Advisory Services.......................   -10,000
    9410 MTAPP................................................    +2,000
    9415 Unobligated balance, Pentagon Renovation.............    -2,000

                         COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS

    Program reductions.--The Committee remains concerned with 
the growing difficulties experienced by the Navy in sustaining 
non-deployed readiness. The Committee has recommended program 
increases for weapons maintenance, ship depot maintenance and 
repair, and the Shipyard Apprentice program.
    Pearl Harbor Navy Shipyard.--The Committee recommends 
$345,000,000 for the Pearl Harbor Navy shipyard to provide full 
funding for the Navy's planned maintenance programs and the 
shipyard apprenticeship program. This amount will also include 
funds to allow for the introduction of 150 new apprentices and 
current apprentices to receive full time pay for the coming 
year. In the past few years, shipyard managers have authorized 
separation benefits to workers on a one for one replacement 
with apprentice hires. The Committee does not believe an 
apprentice can replace a seasoned shipyard worker initially. 
Therefore, the Committee suggests the shipyard should not 
reduce its more senior workers at least until the apprentice 
has completed his or her apprenticeship. The Committee is also 
advised that the workforce levels at the shipyard are 
approaching a level where the ability to conduct complex 
nuclear work packages may be jeopardized. The Committee wants 
to be certain that Pearl Harbor maintains the personnel and 
skills necessary to conduct the maintenance on nuclear and 
conventional ships that is planned for the shipyard to include 
the possibility of refueling nuclear submarines. Finally, the 
Committee understands that on occasion the Navy is required to 
use borrowed workers from other shipyards to manage its 
personnel. While the Committee does not oppose this policy it 
believes it should be used sparingly and it should not exceed 
an average of 50 workers per year. In recognition that 
additional workers are required to meet currently forecasted 
ship maintenance and the other requirements noted here, the 
Committee directs the Navy to increase the workforce at the 
shipyard accordingly.
    Pacific Missile Range Facility.--The Committee recommends 
$54,500,000 for base and range operations at the Pacific 
Missile Range Facility. This amount is $20,000,000 above the 
level requested. In recognition of the crucial role PMRF will 
have for the Navy's TBMD programs, fleet training and other 
test and evaluation efforts, the Committee directs the Navy to 
program no less than this amount for the range in the coming 
years. The Committee is aware of the potable water, flood 
control, wastewater systems, and related infrastructures that 
are potentially disruptive to base operations and therefore, 
recommends $3,000,000 to repair, operate and maintain this 
complex water system upon which PMRF depends.
    Hunter's Point Naval Shipyard.--The Committee is concerned 
about the status of environmental remediation at Hunter's 
Point, San Francisco. The Committee directs the Department of 
the Navy, in conveying parcels of Hunters Point to the city of 
San Francisco, to take all necessary steps, funding and 
otherwise, to ensure the timely remediation of hazardous 
substances on these parcels in accordance with Federal and 
State regulatory standards, including CERCLA, to a level 
consistent with the range of uses in the city's adopted 
redevelopment plan as incorporated in the Navy's final 
environmental baseline survey. The Secretary of the Navy is 
directed to report to the Appropriations Committee no later 
than January 15, 2001, on the status of the conveyance and 
remediation of this property.
    Naval Training Internship Program.--The Committee supports 
the Naval Training Program begun by four San Diego area Navy 
commands and six educational agencies. The Navy is directed to 
support this effort to teach and develop a skilled work force.

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $2,808,354,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   2,705,658,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,729,758,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,729,758,000. This is $24,100,000 above the budget estimate.

                    SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS

    Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each 
operation and maintenance, Marine Corps funding category 
identified in the Department's O-1 submission. A table showing 
the budget estimate, Committee adjustment, and recommended 
funding level by O-1 category is provided below. Proposed 
transfers of funds within budget activity funding categories in 
excess of $15,000,000 are subject to standard reprogramming 
procedures.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2001 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

           OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    EXPEDITIONARY FORCES:
        OPERATIONAL FORCES...................................         420,702          443,402          +22,700
        FIELD LOGISTICS......................................         235,561          235,561   ...............
        DEPOT MAINTENANCE....................................          97,194           97,194   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................         760,299          760,299   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................         394,789          394,789   ...............
    USMC PREPOSITIONING:
        MARITIME PREPOSITIONING..............................          82,390           82,390   ...............
        NORWAY PREPOSITIONING................................           3,891            3,891   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1...........................       1,994,826        2,017,526          +22,700

BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:
    ACCESSION TRAINING:
        RECRUIT TRAINING.....................................          10,655           10,655   ...............
        OFFICER ACQUISITION..................................             300              300   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................          55,649           55,649   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................          19,782           19,782   ...............
    BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING:
        SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING..........................          32,975           32,975   ...............
        FLIGHT TRAINING......................................             166              166   ...............
        PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION...................           8,704            8,704   ...............
        TRAINING SUPPORT.....................................          84,417           84,417   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................          50,948           50,948   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................          28,762           28,762   ...............
    RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING EDUCATION:
        RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING...........................         100,001          100,001   ...............
        OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION.....................          17,961           17,961   ...............
        JUNIOR ROTC..........................................          11,917           12,817             +900
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................           8,006            8,006   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................           2,633            2,633   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3...........................         432,876          433,776             +900

BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN and SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT:
        SPECIAL SUPPORT......................................         204,293          204,293   ...............
        SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION...........................          31,414           31,414   ...............
        ADMINISTRATION.......................................          25,811           25,811   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................          14,157           14,157   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................           2,281            2,281   ...............
        COMMISSARY OPERATIONS................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4...........................         277,956          277,956   ...............

REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
BASE SUPPORT.................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
REDUCTION IN JCS EXERCISES...................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
MARINE CORPS SECURITY GUARDS.................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
SPARES/WRM...................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
COMMUNICATIONS REDUCTION.....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
IRV TRANSFER.................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
REINTERNMENT OF REMAINS......................................  ...............             500             +500
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS.........       2,705,658        2,729,758          +24,100
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
    10050 Joint Service NBC Defense Equipment Surveillance....    +3,700
    10050 Lightweight Maintenance Enclosures..................   +10,000
    10050 Polartec cold weather gear..........................    +5,000
    10050 ECWCS...............................................    +4,000
Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
    11300 JROTC...............................................      +900
Undistributed:
    12015 Reinterment of Remains..............................      +500

                         committee adjustments

    Program shortfalls.--The Committee observes that the budget 
request for Marine Corps expeditionary forces readiness is 
below the levels appropriated in fiscal year 2000. Past funding 
shortfalls in Navy and Marine Corps non-deployed readiness 
activities continue to degrade the readiness of deploying 
units.

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000.................................... $20,896,959,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  22,296,977,000
Committee recommendation................................  22,268,977,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$22,268,977,000. This is $28,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                    SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS

    Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each 
operation and maintenance, Air Force funding category 
identified in the Department's O-1 submission. A table showing 
the budget estimate, Committee adjustment, and recommended 
funding level by O-1 category is provided below. Proposed 
transfers of funds within budget activity funding categories in 
excess of $15,000,000 are subject to standard reprogramming 
procedures.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2001 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

             OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    AIR OPERATIONS:
        PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES................................       2,363,665        2,400,565          +36,900
        PRIMARY COMBAT WEAPONS...............................         306,379          306,379   ...............
        COMBAT ENHANCEMENT FORCES............................         205,101          205,101   ...............
        AIR OPERATIONS TRAINING..............................         774,341          774,341   ...............
        DEPOT MAINTENANCE....................................       1,341,224        1,341,224   ...............
        COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS................................       1,093,924        1,091,924           -2,000
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................       1,849,247        1,849,247   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................         739,807          742,607           +2,800
    COMBAT RELATED OPERATIONS:
        GLOBAL C3I AND EARLY WARNING.........................         680,464          680,464   ...............
        NAVIGATION/WEATHER SUPPORT...........................         154,153          158,153           +4,000
        OTHER COMBAT OPS SUPPORT PROGRAMS....................         280,971          286,071           +5,100
        JCS EXERCISES........................................          37,052           37,052   ...............
        MANAGEMENT/OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS..................         124,998          124,998   ...............
        TACTICAL INTEL AND OTHER SPECIAL ACTIVITIES..........         259,317          259,317   ...............
    SPACE OPERATIONS:
        LAUNCH FACILITIES....................................         234,395          234,395   ...............
        LAUNCH VEHICLES......................................         116,766          116,766   ...............
        SPACE CONTROL SYSTEMS................................         248,564          238,564          -10,000
        SATELLITE SYSTEMS....................................          53,473           53,473   ...............
        OTHER SPACE OPERATIONS...............................         114,729          114,729   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................         377,605          377,605   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................         134,276          134,276   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1...........................      11,490,451       11,527,251          +36,800

BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION:
    MOBILITY OPERATIONS:
        AIRLIFT OPERATIONS...................................       1,653,084        1,656,584           +3,500
        AIRLIFT OPERATIONS C3I...............................          37,961           37,961   ...............
        MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS............................         146,133          146,133   ...............
        DEPOT MAINTENANCE....................................         305,244          305,244   ...............
        PAYMENTS TO TRANSPORTATION BUSINESS AREA.............         429,775          429,775   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................         466,832          466,832   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................         120,515          120,515   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2...........................       3,159,544        3,163,044           +3,500

BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:
    ACCESSION TRAINING:
        OFFICER ACQUISITION..................................          68,142           68,142   ...............
        RECRUIT TRAINING.....................................           4,302            4,302   ...............
        RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)................          61,522           61,522   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT (ACADEMIES ONLY)........................          68,220           61,220           -7,000
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (ACADEMIES ONLY)...........          64,655           64,655   ...............
    BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING:
        SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING...........................         256,003          256,003   ...............
        FLIGHT TRAINING......................................         618,293          618,293   ...............
        PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION...................         109,263          109,263   ...............
        TRAINING SUPPORT.....................................          75,599           75,599   ...............
        DEPOT MAINTENANCE....................................          11,626           11,626   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT (OTHER TRAINING)........................         471,268          469,268           -2,000
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (OTHER TRAINING)...........         127,117          127,117   ...............
    RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION:
        RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING...........................         113,524          113,524   ...............
        EXAMINING............................................           3,483            3,483   ...............
        OFF DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION.....................          87,032           87,032   ...............
        CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING......................          69,633           68,633           -1,000
        JUNIOR ROTC..........................................          31,819           34,219           +2,400
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3...........................       2,241,501        2,233,901           -7,600

BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    LOGISTICS OPERATIONS:
        LOGISTICS OPERATIONS.................................         985,411          985,411   ...............
        TECHNICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES.........................         396,144          396,144   ...............
        SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION...........................         222,395          222,395   ...............
        DEPOT MAINTENANCE....................................          55,398           55,398   ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................       1,131,172        1,131,172   ...............
        REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE............................         341,091          352,091          +11,000
    SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
        ADMINISTRATION.......................................         153,206          156,206           +3,000
        SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS...........................         322,654          322,654   ...............
        PERSONNEL PROGRAMS...................................         146,783          146,783   ...............
        RESCUE AND RECOVERY SERVICES.........................          59,073           59,073   ...............
        ARMS CONTROL.........................................          41,094           39,094           -2,000
        OTHER SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES.........................         590,249          593,249           +3,000
        OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT..............................          35,109           33,109           -2,000
        CIVIL AIR PATROL CORPORATION.........................          13,917           19,417           +5,500
        COMMISSARY OPERATIONS................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
        BASE SUPPORT.........................................         237,050          237,050   ...............
        MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY.........................          25,239           25,239   ...............
    SECURITY PROGRAMS: SECURITY PROGRAMS.....................         685,834          685,834   ...............
    SUPPORT TO OTHER NATIONS: INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT..........          13,662           13,662   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4...............................       5,455,481        5,473,981          +18,500

CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS UNDISTRIBUTED............................  ...............           1,500           +1,500
GENERAL REDUCTION, NATIONAL DEF STOCKPILE FUND...............         -50,000          -50,000   ...............
BASE SUPPORT.................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
FORCE PROTECTION INFRASTRUCTURE..............................  ...............  ...............  ...............
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
SPARES.......................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
NBC HIGH LEVERAGE PROGRAMS...................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
C130J LOGISTICS AND TRAINING.................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
ICBM PRIME CONTRACT..........................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
AEF JOINT EXPERIMENTATION (JEFX).............................  ...............  ...............  ...............
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS......................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
REDUCTION IN JCS EXERCISES...................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
CONTRACT AND ADVISORY SERVICES...............................  ...............         -37,000          -37,000
RIVET JOINT SUPPORT..........................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
AIR FORCE MTAP...............................................  ...............           4,000           +4,000
AIR FORCE ICS TRANSFER.......................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
COMMUNICATIONS REDUCTION.....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
ADMINISTRATIVE UNDEREXECUTION................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
EXCESS CARRYOVER, WORKING CAPITAL FUND.......................  ...............         -52,200          -52,200
UNOBLIGATED BALANCE, PENTAGON RENOVATION.....................  ...............          -2,000           -2,000
TRAVEL.......................................................  ...............          -5,000           -5,000
ELMENDORF AFB TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE..................  ...............          10,000          +10,000
COLLEGE/OFFICER CANDIDATE INITIATIVE.........................  ...............           1,500           +1,500
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, O&M;, AIR FORCE..................................      22,296,977       22,268,977          -28,000
          TRANSFER...........................................         (50,000)         (50,000)  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABLE................................     (22,346,977)     (22,318,977)        (-28,000)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
    12600 B-52 attrition reserve..............................   +36,900
    12800 Communications, other contracts.....................    -2,000
    12900 Keesler AFB, weatherproofing........................    +2,800
    13450 Space Control Systems underexecution................   -10,000
    13050 University Partnering for Operational Support.......    +4,000
    13100 TACCSF upgrades and operations......................    +5,100
Budget activity 2: Mobilization:
    13850 PACAF Airlift support...............................    +3,500
Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
    14450 Facility Investment Strategy........................    -7,000
    14800 Base Support and Other Training underexecution......    -2,000
    15100 Civilian education and training.....................    -1,000
    15150 JROTC...............................................    +2,400
Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:
    15550 RPM Eielson utilidors...............................   +10,000
    15550 Hickam AFB alternative fuel vehicle program.........    +1,000
    15650 Biometrics Support..................................    +3,000
    15900 Arms Control........................................    -2,000
    15950 Other Servicewide activities, other contracts.......    -4,000
    15950 Iodine 131 experminentation.........................    +5,000
    15950 Iodine medical monitoring...........................    +2,000
    16000 Other Personnel Support underexecution..............    -2,000
    16050 CAP.................................................    +5,500
Undistributed:
    16450 Classified..........................................    +1,500
    16600 Contracts and advisory services.....................   -37,000
    16620 MTAPP...............................................    +4,000
    16652 Excess Carryover, Working Capital Fund..............   -52,200
    16654 Unobligated balance, Pentagon Renovation............    -2,000
    16658 Travel..............................................    -5,000
    16659 Elmendorf AFB transportation infrastructure.........   +10,000
    16665 College/Officer candidate initiative................    +1,500

                         committee adjustments

    B-52 Attrition Reserve Aircraft.--Despite the clear 
direction provided by the Congress in Section 8107 of Public 
Law 106-79, the Air Force failed to adequately fund the total 
inventory of B-52s during fiscal year 2001. The Committee has 
provided sufficient funds in the operation and maintenance, 
procurement and military personnel appropriations to support a 
force structure of 94 aircraft. The Committee directs the Air 
Force to treat all 94 B-52s now in the force structure as 
aircraft to be retained for the 6-year period beginning October 
1, 2000. Furthermore, the Committee notes with extreme 
displeasure the Air Force's failure to comply with current law 
regarding funding of B-52s and reiterates that the 94 B-52s 
must be funded throughout the FYDP in subsequent budget 
requests. Finally, the Committee directs the Air Force to 
procure during the FYDP sufficient kits to ensure that all 94 
aircraft receive the same modifications and upgrades.
    College/Officer candidate initiative.--The Committee 
provides $1,500,000 for the Air Force to establish a program to 
target individuals for recruitment and participation in college 
funding and officer candidate programs who were nominated for 
appointment to the Air Force Academy. These young men and women 
have demonstrated their commitment to military service, and the 
Secretary should work to identify opportunities to engage and 
attract these individuals to available programs that provide 
advanced education and the opportunity to pursue military 
service, or subsequent admission to the Academy.
    89th Air Wing.--The Committee has been informed that 
passenger cabin noise levels in some of the 89th Air wings 
aircraft are higher than anticipated. The Committee directs the 
Air Force to examine this matter, and if warranted, provide 
funding for the purchase of noise reducing, commercial off the 
shelf headsets for the fleet.
    Civil Air Patrol.--The Committee directs that the Air 
Force, in cooperation with the Civil Air Patrol (CAP), report 
back by April 1, 2001 on the status of the relationship between 
the organizations and the governance and management of CAP. The 
report should address at a minimum: the cost of Air Force 
oversight of CAP, the cost of overhead in CAP, concerns and 
recommendations of the General Accounting Office and Department 
of Defense Inspector General, and any reductions to funding 
recommended for counter-drug and other CAP programs.

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2000.................................... $11,489,483,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  11,920,069,000
Committee recommendation................................  11,991,688,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$11,991,688,000. This is $71,619,000 above the budget estimate.

                    SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS

    Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each 
operation and maintenance, Defense-wide funding category 
identified in the Department's O-1 submission. A table showing 
the budget estimate, Committee adjustment, and recommended 
funding level by O-1 category is provided below. Proposed 
transfers of funds within budget activity funding categories in 
excess of $15,000,000 are subject to standard reprogramming 
procedures.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2001 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

           OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF....................................         396,489          396,489   ...............
    SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND...............................       1,263,572        1,263,572   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1...............................       1,660,061        1,660,061   ...............

BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION: DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY....          45,677           45,677   ...............
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:
    AMERICAN FORCES INFORMATION SERVICE......................          10,999           10,999   ...............
    DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY...........................         100,331          100,331   ...............
    DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE...................          15,354           15,354   ...............
    DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY.........................          78,299           73,299           -5,000
    DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE.................................           7,445            7,445   ...............
    DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY..........................           1,089            1,089   ...............
    SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND...............................          49,158           57,158           +8,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3...............................         262,675          265,675           +3,000

BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    AMERICAN FORCES INFORMATION SERVICE......................          94,525           94,525   ...............
    CIVIL MILITARY PROGRAMS..................................          88,431          112,500          +24,069
    CLASSIFIED AND INTELLIGENCE..............................       4,207,597        4,187,097          -20,500
    CLASSIFIED AND INTELLIGENCE (NO YEAR)....................  ...............  ...............  ...............
    DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY............................         348,658          346,658           -2,000
    DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE...................           1,416            1,416   ...............
    DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY.........................         184,856          179,856           -5,000
    DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY.......................         755,197          755,197   ...............
    DEFENSE LEGAL SERVICES AGENCY............................          12,596           12,596   ...............
    DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY.................................       1,143,496        1,154,496          +11,000
    DEFENSE POW/MISSING PERSONS OFFICE.......................          14,827           14,827   ...............
    DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY......................          67,598           57,598          -10,000
    DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE.................................         126,929          126,929   ...............
    DEF THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY..............................         215,624          213,624           -2,000
    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DEPENDENTS EDUCATION...............       1,434,204        1,443,754           +9,550
    JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF....................................         157,883          157,883   ...............
    OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT............................          22,495           49,495          +27,000
    OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE.......................         417,126          427,626          +10,500
    SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND...............................          43,864           43,864   ...............
    WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICE..........................         299,334          299,334   ...............
    NATURAL DISASTERS........................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
    SPECIAL PROGRAMS.........................................         315,000          315,000   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4...............................       9,951,656        9,994,275          +42,619

LEGACY.......................................................  ...............          15,000          +15,000
IMPACT AID...................................................  ...............          20,000          +20,000
JCS MOBILITY ENHANCEMENT FUND................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
HUMAN RESOURCES ENTERPRISE STRATEGY..........................  ...............  ...............  ...............
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS REDUCTION............................  ...............  ...............  ...............
CONTRACT AND ADVISORY SERVICES...............................  ...............         -10,000          -10,000
COMMUNITY RETRAINING INITIATIVE..............................  ...............  ...............  ...............
PENTAGON RENOVATION TRANSFER.................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
ARMED FORCES RETIREMENT HOME RPM.............................  ...............  ...............  ...............
PACIFIC COMMAND REGIONAL INITIATIVE..........................  ...............  ...............  ...............
UNOBLIGATED BALANCE, PENTAGON RENOVATION.....................  ...............          -2,000           -2,000
JEFFERSON PROJECT............................................  ...............           3,000           +3,000
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE.........      11,920,069       11,991,688          +71,619
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES

    Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:

Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:llars]
    17480 DHRA, DLAMP.........................................    -5,000
    17600 MH-53J Simulator Upgrades...........................    +8,000
Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:
    17775 Civil-Military Programs.............................   +24,069
    17800 Classified..........................................   -20,500
    17900 DCAA Civilian personnel underexecution..............    -2,000
    18000 DHRA................................................    -5,000
    18200 DLA equipment purchases and other command 
      initiatives.............................................    -4,000
    18200 DLA Aging Aircraft Program..........................   +15,000
    18310 DSCA, PFP and SEDM..................................   -10,000
    18475 DTRA................................................    -2,000
    18500 DoDDEA, Galena IDEA.................................    +4,000
    18500 DoDDEA, Math Teacher Leadership.....................      +550
    18500 DoDDEA, Special Education Support...................    +5,000
    18650 OEA, Adak Reuse support.............................    +7,000
    18650 OEA, Fitzsimmons Army Hospital......................   +10,000
    18650 OEA, Charleston Naval Shipyard, Building 234........   +10,000
    18700 OSD, studies and analysis...........................    -5,000
    18700 OSD, DESCIM.........................................    -5,000
    18700 OSD, Environmental Security Cooperation.............    -1,000
    18700 OSD, Pacific Command regional initiative............   +20,000
    18700 OSD, Clara Barton Center............................    +1,500
Undistributed:
    19000 Legacy..............................................   +15,000
    19020 Impact Aid..........................................   +20,000
    19090 CAAS................................................   -10,000
    19152 Unobligated balance, Pentagon Renovation............    -2,000
    19154 Jefferson project...................................    +3,000

                         COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS

    Exercise Northern Edge.--The Committee commends the Joint 
Staff for funding exercise Northern Edge in fiscal year 2001 as 
a part of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff exercise 
program. The Secretary of Defense shall transfer the 
appropriate level of funds from CJCS exercise funds to the 
service operation and maintenance accounts to fund the 
incremental costs of the exercise.
    Defense Threat Reduction Agency.--The Committee recommends 
that the Defense Threat Reduction Agency provide financial 
support in the amount of $100,000 to the annual Arms Control 
Conference hosted by the Cooperative Monitoring Center at 
Sandia National Laboratories.
    Legacy Program.--The Committee provides $15,000,000 for 
continuation of the Legacy program. Of interest to the 
Committee are several important recovery and preservation 
projects. The Committee supports the work of the Naval 
Historical Center underwater archaeology program, and its work 
to preserve the naval history in the Lake Champlain basin. Of 
the funds provided for the Legacy program, the Committee 
includes funding for the efforts of the Navy to preserve these 
important artifacts, including revolutionary war gunboats.
    Of equal importance to the Committee is the recovery and 
preservation of three Civil War vessels: the H.L. Hunley, a 
Civil War submarine; the U.S.S. Monitor, a Civil War ironclad 
warship; and, the C.S.S. Alabama, a Civil War commerce raider.
    Survivability program.--If funds become available during 
the execution year, the Committee supports funding of the 
National Security and Civilian Infrastructure Weapons 
Survivability Program. This program is needed to determine the 
implications of adversarial efforts to intentionally disrupt 
national security and civilian-based infrastructures, and to 
commence planning for effective protection and mitigation.
    Strategic Technology Assessment Program.--The Committee 
supports the Strategic Technology Assessment Program. This 
program has produced significant results in tracking the 
effects of foreign technology development, particularly non-
traditional military systems development based on commercially 
created technology. The Strategic Technology Assessment Program 
is an important compliment to traditional intelligence 
gathering techniques. It is meeting the immediate needs of the 
Commander-in-Chiefs (CINCs) and other Department of Defense 
(DoD) elements. However, there is a long-term requirement to 
provide funding to build the infrastructure to sustain this 
program. The Committee recommends the DoD continue to support 
this program and provide sustainment funding in the future.

                         other defense programs

                        CIVIL-MILITARY PROGRAMS

    The Committee continues to support the Department's civil-
military programs and provides a total of $112,500,000 for 
fiscal year 2001 as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Youth Challenge Program.......................................    62,500
Innovative Readiness Training.................................    30,000
Starbase Youth Program........................................    10,000
Reserve Support to CINCs......................................    10,000

    The Committee directs the Department to report to the 
Committee on Appropriations on the status on the status of the 
obligation of these funds not later than April 15, 2001.

          Reserve and National Guard Operation and Maintenance


                Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,469,176,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,521,418,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,529,418,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,529,418,000. This is $8,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, 
including those items discussed elsewhere in this report, are 
summarized below:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Program                                               adjustment

Recruiting..............................................          +8,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total adjustments.................................          +8,000
Recommended appropriations..............................       1,529,418

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $958,978,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     960,946,000
Committee recommendation................................     968,946,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $968,946,000. 
This is $8,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, 
including those items discussed elsewhere in this report, are 
summarized below:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Program                                               adjustment

Flying hour program shortfall.................................    +3,000
Recruiting....................................................    +5,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................    +8,000
Recommended appropriations....................................   968,946

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $138,911,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     133,959,000
Committee recommendation................................     141,159,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $141,159,000. 
This is $7,200,000 above the budget estimate.
    All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, 
including those items discussed elsewhere in this report, are 
summarized below:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Program                                               adjustment

Initial issue.................................................    +5,200
Maintenance of aging equipment................................    +2,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................    +7,200
Recommended appropriations....................................   141,159

              Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,782,591,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,885,859,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,893,859,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,893,859,000. This is $8,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, 
including those items discussed elsewhere in this report, are 
summarized below:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Program                                               adjustment

Flying hour program shortfall.................................    +4,000
Depot maintenance.............................................    +4,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................    +8,000
Recommended appropriations.................................... 1,893,859

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $3,161,378,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   3,182,335,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,330,535,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,330,535,000. This is $148,200,000 above the budget estimate.
    All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, 
including those items discussed elsewhere in this report, are 
summarized below:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Program                                              adjustments

Real property maintenance backlog.............................   +32,000
Distributed learning project..................................   +65,700
Additional full-time support (technicians)....................   +20,500
Emergency spill response program..............................    +1,000
School house support..........................................    +7,000
Extended cold weather clothing system.........................   +12,000
WMD implementation plan.......................................   +10,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................  +148,200

Recommended appropriations

                                                               3,330,535

    Real property maintenance, Army National Guard.--During the 
past several years, the Committee provided an increase for in-
house recurring maintenance and day-to-day repairs, as well as 
in-house and contract projects required to maintain, repair, 
and adapt facility infrastructure to meet mission needs. The 
Committee intends for these funds to be used to reduce the 
growing Army National Guard real property maintenance project 
backlog within the 54 Army Guard organizations, not for studies 
or other administrative functions. The funds provided under 
this heading are in addition to any other funds appropriated to 
the Army for real property maintenance on behalf of the Army 
National Guard. It is the Committee's intent that all real 
property maintenance funding provided to the Army National 
Guard is intended for the repair of real property and real 
property facilities not for diversion to other requirements. 
The Committee directs the Chief of the National Guard Bureau 
provide to the Committee of Appropriations a report detailing 
how all funds appropriated for real property maintenance to the 
Army National Guard will be allocated not later than April 15, 
2001.
    Fort Harrison, MT, infrastructure improvements.--Of the 
funds provided under this heading for real property 
maintenance, the Committee directs that $2,000,000 be used for 
infrastructure improvements.
    Distributive training technology program.--The Committee 
provides an increase of $65,700,000 in the Army National Guard 
``Operation and maintenance'' appropriation and $29,100,000 in 
the ``Other procurement, Army Information System'' 
appropriation for distributed learning requirements. The 
Committee continues to support this program which has greatly 
expanded availability effectiveness and efficiency of training 
through distance learning. The project has also enhanced 
command and control capabilities for units in the field, 
ensuring prompt, coordinated responses to Federal and State 
emergencies.
    The Committee directs that funding for the distributed 
learning initiative be spent only for expansion and 
continuation of the program. The Committee further directs the 
National Guard Bureau provide to the congressional defense 
committees a report on how the Department intends to allocate 
funding for this program in fiscal year 2001 not later than 
February 15, 2001.
    The Committee recognizes the potential of distributed 
simulations as part of distributed learning, and is impressed 
with the unique capabilities and plans of the Consolidated 
Interactive Virtual Information Center (CIVIC). The Committee 
urges the National Guard bureau to consider the programs of 
CIVIC in allocating the additional funds provided for 
distributed learning.
    Homeland Defense Initiative, Camp Gruber, OK and Camp 
Dawson, WV.--The Committee directs the Chief of the National 
Guard Bureau to conduct a feasibility study to assess the 
establishment of combat training centers for local, State and 
Federal entities in response to weapons of mass destruction 
(WMD) threats at Camp Gruber, OK and Camp Dawson, WV. This 
report should focus on WMD, first responder, urban combat and 
counterdrug training and other areas that will prepare 
organizations to respond to these important national security 
threats. The report should be provided to the congressional 
defense committees by March 5, 2001.
    Computer emergency response teams.--The Committee remains 
concerned about the security of key national security computer 
systems. Due to the shortage of qualified computer programmers 
and systems operators throughout the nation, the military is 
having trouble attracting and retaining qualified personnel to 
carry out this critical mission. The reserve component, 
especially the National Guard, is well positioned to carry out 
this mission. The Committee urges the Department of Defense to 
examine the role of the reserves in the carrying out 
information operations, information assurance and information 
security missions.
    WMD learning courseware.--The Committee understands that 
the Washington State Army National Guard has been tasked as the 
number one regional response team for emergencies in the 
Pacific Northwest. In order to take advantage of ongoing 
initiatives involving the Washington Guard, the Committee 
encourages the National Guard Bureau to fund online learning 
course development and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) 
management system software and hardware for this organization. 
This effort continues online course development for the over 
120 training courses that the National Guard has identified as 
essential for WMD-related training.

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $3,241,138,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   3,446,375,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,481,775,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,481,775,000. This is $35,400,000 above the budget estimate.
    All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, 
including those items discussed elsewhere in this report, are 
summarized below:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Program                                              adjustments

C-130 operations..............................................    +5,000
Real property maintenance backlog.............................    +8,000
Project Alert.................................................    +3,500
AlaskAlert....................................................    +1,500
Recruiting....................................................    +6,000
Depot maintenance backlog.....................................   +11,400
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................   +35,400

Recommended appropriations

                                                               3,481,775

    C-130 operations.--The Committee recognizes the increased 
demand placed on C-130 aircraft operations within the Air 
National Guard and has provided $5,000,000 to address increased 
operations, maintenance, and supports costs. Such funds are 
intended to support both the C-130 aircraft assigned to 
operational squadrons and for full coverage of the cost of 
operating and maintaining those stand alone aircraft currently 
utilized by selected States.
    Defense Systems Evaluation (DSE).--Of the funds provided 
under this heading, the Committee directs that $2,500,000 be 
used to continue DSE service to the White Sands Missile Range.
    Angel Gate Academies.--The Committee understands that the 
Angel Gate program is a pro-active intervention program 
conducted in conjunction with school districts. The program 
addresses the unique needs of middle schools students who are 
seriously at-risk with the legal system. The Committee directs 
the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs report 
to the Appropriations Committee whether this program should be 
included in the Department's civil-military program no later 
than February 15, 2001. This report should also address whether 
this program should be expanded to additional locations.
    819th Red Horse Squadron.--The Air Force directed the 
stand-up of a new, total force, Rapid Engineer-Deployable Heavy 
Operations-Repair Squadron Engineer (Red Horse) unit, effective 
August 8, 1997. The Red Horse provides the Air Force's heavy 
construction and repair capability, supporting combat air power 
and contingency operations worldwide. It represents a true 
partnership between the active Air Force and the Air National 
Guard. Since its activation, the squadron has been continually 
deployed throughout the world in support of contingencies and 
major defense exercises. The Committee has learned that the 
unit is not authorized the Red Horse vehicle authorization 
provided other Red Horse squadrons. This has resulted in a 
degraded combat and training capability for this unit. The 
Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force report to the 
Appropriations Committees on the plan and time line to provide 
this standard vehicle allowance to the 819th Squadron by 
October 15, 2000.
    C\4\ Infrastructure Requirements for C-17 Beddown.--The 
Committee is aware that the Air Force has identified 
requirements to support the beddown on C-17 aircraft at the 
172nd Airlift Wing. The Committee strongly endorses these 
upgrades in support of fielding this aircraft to the Air 
National Guard. The Committee expects the Air Force to provide 
the requisite funding necessary to satisfy these requirements. 
The Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force to provide 
a plan and time line for satisfying these funding commitments 
to the Committee on Appropriations by November 15, 2000.

             Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,722,600,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   4,100,577,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,100,577,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,100,577,000.

                       Court of Military Appeals

Appropriations, 2000....................................      $7,621,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................       8,574,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,574,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,574,000 for 
activities of the Court of Military Appeals for fiscal year 
2001.

                       Environmental Restoration

Total appropriations, 2000..............................  $1,302,754,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,270,181,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,313,181,000

    The Committee recommends a total amount for environmental 
restoration of $1,313,181,000. This is $43,000,000 above the 
budget estimate.
    Compliance with defense acquisition regulations.--For 
environmental restoration projects subject to the terms of 
section 52.2222 of the Defense Federal acquisition regulations 
[DFAR], the Committee directs that any awardee of contracts for 
such projects exceeding $1,000,000 shall submit a plan for 
compliance with section 52.2222 of the DFAR to the appropriate 
contracting office not later than 90 days after contract award.
    Notification of environmental contract awards.--The 
Committee remains concerned that the Department failed to fully 
accomplish the Committee's intent regarding adequate 
notification of the projects funded by this account. To ensure 
the Department complies with this direction, each military 
service shall notify interested State and local authorities and 
interested Members of Congress upon release of draft 
solicitations for contracts anticipated to exceed $5,000,000. 
The Committee directs that this requirement shall apply to all 
increments of indefinite delivery indefinite quantity-type 
contracts which meet this threshold.
    Museum of the Rockies.--The Committee understands that the 
Department of Defense recently announced that the Museum of the 
Rockies, on the Montana State University campus in Bozeman, 
Montana, will be one of three pilot projects to house and 
display government-owned curation objects. This facility will 
be linked with a public data resource center facilitating 
access by the public, students and researchers. The Committee 
directs the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Environmental 
Security provide a report on the Department's plan to fund and 
build this facility, and the overall construction schedule, to 
include the DD form 1391, to the Appropriations Committees by 
October 1, 2000.
    The Committee has provided the following funding for each 
service:

                    Environmental Restoration, Army

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $378,170,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     389,932,000
Committee recommendation................................     389,932,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $389,932,000. 
This amount is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Navy

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $284,000,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     294,038,000
Committee recommendation................................     294,038,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $294,038,000. 
This amount is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Environmental Restoration, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $376,800,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     376,300,000
Committee recommendation................................     376,300,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $376,300,000. 
This amount is equal to the budget estimate.

                Environmental Restoration, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2000....................................     $25,370,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................      23,412,000
Committee recommendation................................      21,412,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $21,412,000. 
This is $2,000,000 below the budget estimate.

         Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $239,214,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     186,499,000
Committee recommendation................................     231,499,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $231,499,000. 
This is $45,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, 
including those items discussed elsewhere in this report, are 
summarized below:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Program                                               adjustment

Reduce backlog................................................    45,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................    45,000

Recommended appropriation

                                                                 231,499

    Formerly used defense sites [FUDS].--The Committee is 
disappointed that the Department of Defense does not consider 
adequate funding for the FUDS account a high priority. For 
example, in the fiscal year 2001 budget request, the proposed 
funding is $54,000,000 less than the amount enacted last year. 
This lack of funding support further exacerbates the tremendous 
backlog of nationwide FUDS sites. Additionally, there are 
approximately 120-150 new properties/projects added to the 
program each year. The program is also faced with increased 
regulatory and public pressure to expand the scope and level of 
many cleanups. The total investment required to complete the 
program is now estimated to be $7,340,000,000. The Committee 
directs the Department to review the proposed FUDS funding in 
the Future Year Defense Program to maintain a level of 
Departmental support consistent with overall program 
requirements. The Committee commends the Army and the Corps of 
Engineers for their management of this program and provides an 
additional $45,000,000 to reduce the number of FUDS requiring 
investigation and remediation.
    Building demolition and debris removal.--To minimize 
mobilization costs at remote sites, the Department may perform 
building demolition and debris removal at Formerly Used Defense 
Sites as appropriate, using fiscal year 2001 funds available 
under this heading.

             Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid

Appropriations, 2000....................................     $55,800,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................      64,900,000
Committee recommendation................................      55,900,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $55,900,000 
for humanitarian assistance, foreign disaster relief and 
humanitarian demining programs. Current rates of program growth 
for Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster and Civic Aid activities 
outpace those for the combat training of the operational 
forces. The request is reduced by $9,000,000, none of which 
shall be allocated to humanitarian demining activities, to 
reflect congressional priorities, as recommended in the Senate 
bill authorizing programs of the Department of Defense for 
fiscal year 2001.

                  Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $460,500,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     458,400,000
Committee recommendation................................     458,400,000

    The Committee appropriates $458,400,000, the budget 
estimate, for this program.
    Russian nuclear submarine dismantlement and disposal.--The 
Committee directs that $25,000,000 of the funds provided for 
the Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction Program be used to 
support Russian nuclear submarine dismantlement and disposal 
activities begun in fiscal year 1998. The Committee further 
directs that a status report regarding this program be provided 
to the Committee not later than February 15, 2001.

                               TITLE III

                              PROCUREMENT

                  Estimates and Appropriation Summary

    The President's Department of Defense fiscal year 2001 
title III procurement budget request totals $59,266,603,000. 
This request is $4,915,408,000 above the amounts Congress 
appropriated in fiscal year 2000 for procurement activities.
    Title III of the accompanying bill recommends a total of 
$57,896,122,000 in new budget authority. The total amount 
recommended is a decrease of $1,370,481,000 to the fiscal year 
2001 budget request. The following table summarizes the 
procurement budget estimates, the Committee recommendations, 
and a comparison.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2001 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aircraft procurement, Army...................................       1,323,262        1,532,862         +209,600
Missile procurement, Army....................................       1,295,728        1,329,781          +34,053
Procurement of weapons and tracked combat vehicles, Army.....       1,874,638        2,166,574         +291,936
Procurement of ammunition, Army..............................       1,131,323        1,212,149          +80,826
Other procurement, Army......................................       3,795,870        4,060,728         +264,858
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Army.........................................       9,420,821       10,302,094         +881,273
                                                              ==================================================
Aircraft procurement, Navy...................................       7,963,858        8,426,499         +462,641
Weapons procurement, Navy....................................       1,434,250        1,571,650         +137,400
Procurement of ammunition, Navy and Marine  Corps............         429,649          471,749          +42,100
Shipbuilding and conversion, Navy............................      12,296,919       11,612,090         -684,829
Other procurement, Navy......................................       3,334,611        3,400,180          +65,569
Procurement, Marine Corps....................................       1,171,935        1,196,368          +24,433
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Navy.........................................      26,631,222       26,678,536          +47,314
                                                              ==================================================
Aircraft procurement, Air Force..............................       9,539,602        7,289,934       -2,249,668
Missile procurement, Air Force...............................       3,061,715        2,920,815         -140,900
Procurement of ammunition, Air Force.........................         638,808          654,808          +16,000
Other procurement, Air Force.................................       7,699,127        7,605,027          -94,100
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Air Force....................................      20,939,252       18,470,584       -2,468,668
                                                              ==================================================
Procurement, Defense-wide....................................       2,275,308        2,294,908          +19,600
National Guard and Reserve equipment.........................  ...............         150,000         +150,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, procurement.....................................      59,266,603       57,896,199       -1,370,481
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       Items of Special Interest

                       committee recommendations

    The Committee has reflected a number of its funding 
adjustments in a table format. The Committee directs that the 
funding increases outlined in the tables which follow shall be 
provided only for the specific purposes outlined in the table 
entry.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,451,688,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,323,262,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,532,862,000

    The Committee recommends $1,532,862,000, an increase of 
$209,600,000 to the budget. This appropriation finances the 
acquisition of tactical and utility helicopters and airplanes, 
including associated electronics, communications equipment, and 
armament; modification and modernization of inservice aircraft; 
flight simulators; ground support equipment; production base 
support; and components and spare parts including transmissions 
and gearboxes.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The Committee recommendation adds funds to increase 
procurement of utility helicopters, to continue multiyear 
procurement of heavy attack helicopter upgrades, to 
recapitalize the Army's Apache fleet helicopters, and to 
purchase aviation radios.
    The allowance also adjusts funding for programs as listed 
in the following tables and as discussed in the text which 
follows.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
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             AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY

AIRCRAFT:
    FIXED WING: UTILITY F/W (MR) AIRCRAFT...........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
    ROTARY:
        UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP).......................       6      64,651      12     120,451      +6     +55,800
        UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP) (AP-CY)...............  ......      22,127  ......      22,127  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, AIRCRAFT...........................  ......      86,778  ......     142,578  ......     +55,800

    MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT:
        GUARDRAIL MODS (TIARA)......................  ......      22,626  ......      22,626  ......  ..........
        ARL MODS....................................  ......       6,553  ......       6,553  ......  ..........
        AH1F MODS...................................  ......         423  ......         423  ......  ..........
        AH-64 MODS..................................  ......      18,516  ......      87,516  ......     +69,000
        CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS (MYP)...........  ......     117,083  ......     117,083  ......  ..........
        CH-47 ICH...................................  ......      57,630  ......      57,630  ......  ..........
        CH-47 ICH (AP-CY)...........................  ......      26,200  ......      26,200  ......  ..........
        UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS.................  ......      11,903  ......      11,903  ......  ..........
        OH-58 MODS..................................  ......         462  ......         462  ......  ..........
        AIRCRAFT LONG RANGE MODS....................  ......         752  ......         752  ......  ..........
        LONGBOW.....................................  ......     709,454  ......     709,454  ......  ..........
        LONGBOW (AP-CY).............................  ......      35,000  ......      35,000  ......  ..........
        UH-1 MODS...................................  ......       4,297  ......       4,297  ......  ..........
        UH-60 MODS..................................  ......       3,021  ......      17,521  ......     +14,500
        KIOWA WARRIOR...............................  ......      41,816  ......      78,216  ......     +36,400
        EH-60 QUICKFIX MODS.........................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        AIRBORNE AVIONICS...........................  ......      60,042  ......      60,042  ......  ..........
        ASE MODS (SIRFC)............................  ......       4,487  ......       4,487  ......  ..........
        ASE MODS (ATIRCM)...........................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        GATM........................................  ......      10,073  ......      10,073  ......  ..........
        MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        SPARE PARTS (AIR)...........................  ......      15,167  ......      15,167  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT...........  ......   1,145,505  ......   1,265,405  ......    +119,900

SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
    GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS: AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY   ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
     EQUIPMENT......................................
    OTHER SUPPORT:
        AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..................  ......  ..........  ......      13,900  ......     +13,900
        COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT.....................  ......      11,926  ......      11,926  ......  ..........
        AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS..................  ......       3,490  ......      13,490  ......     +10,000
        AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL.........................  ......      74,144  ......      74,144  ......  ..........
        INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES.......................  ......       1,419  ......       1,419  ......  ..........
        AIRBORNE COMMUNICATIONS.....................  ......  ..........  ......      10,000  ......     +10,000
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES...  ......      90,979  ......     124,879  ......     +33,900
                                                     ===========================================================
          TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY.........  ......   1,323,262  ......   1,532,862  ......    +209,600
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                 2001 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
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UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP)........................................          64,651          120,451          +55,800
    Six (6) UH-60L helicopters for Army National Guard.......  ...............          55,800          +55,800
AH-64 MODS...................................................          18,516           87,516          +69,000
    Oil Debris Detection and Burn-off System.................  ...............           5,000           +5,000
    Recapitalization and Safety Modifications................  ...............          64,000          +64,000
UH-60 MODS...................................................           3,021           17,521          +14,500
    1/207th Search and Rescue Mods...........................  ...............          14,500          +14,500
KIOWA WARRIOR................................................          41,816           78,216          +36,400
    27 TH-67 Training Helicopters............................  ...............          35,000          +35,000
    Crew Station Mission Equipment Trainer...................  ...............           2,600           +2,600
    Contract Savings.........................................  ...............          -1,200           -1,200
AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...................................  ...............          13,900          +13,900
    ANVIS Night Vision Devices...............................  ...............          13,900          +13,900
AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS...................................           3,490           13,490          +10,000
    Laser Eye Protection.....................................  ...............           4,000           +4,000
    HGU-56/P Aircrew Integrated Helmet System................  ...............           6,000           +6,000
AIRBORNE COMMUNICATIONS......................................  ...............          10,000          +10,000
    ARC-220 and VRC-100 HF Aviation Radios...................  ...............          10,000          +10,000
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    UH-60 Helicopters.--The Committee recommends an addition of 
$55,800,000 for the purchase of 6 UH-60L model helicopters. The 
Committee directs the six UH-60L's shall be made available to 
the Army National Guard.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,322,305,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,295,728,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,329,781,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,329,781,000 
for the Army's fiscal year 2001 ``Missile procurement'' 
account. The Committee's recommended funding level is 
$34,053,000 above the budget request.
    This appropriation finances the procurement, production, 
modification, and modernization of missiles, equipment, 
including ordnance, ground handling equipment, spare parts, and 
accessories therefore; specialized equipment and training 
devices; expansion of public and private plants, including the 
land necessary therefore, for the foregoing purposes, and such 
lands and interest therein, may be acquired, and construction 
prosecuted thereon prior to approval title; and procurement and 
installation of equipment, appliances, and machine tools in 
public and private plants; reserve plant and Government- and 
contractor-owned equipment layaway; and other expenses.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the President's budget:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
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              MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY

OTHER MISSILES:
    SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE SYSTEM: AVENGER SYSTEM          7      29,801       7      29,801  ......  ..........
     SUMMARY........................................
    AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE SYSTEM: HELLFIRE SYS        2,200     285,363   2,200     285,363  ......  ..........
     SUMMARY (MYP)..................................
    ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM:
        JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY  (MYP)......   3,754     372,248   3,754     332,248  ......     -40,000
        JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY (MYP) (AP-    ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
         CY)........................................
        MLRS ROCKET.................................  ......       9,413  ......       9,413  ......  ..........
        MLRS LAUNCHER SYSTEMS.......................      66     188,689      66     188,689  ......  ..........
        ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS (ATACMS)--SYS SUM.....  ......      15,044  ......      92,444  ......     +77,400
        ATACMS BLKII SYSTEM SUMMARY.................      55     230,334      55     215,334  ......     -15,000
        BAT.........................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        MULTI PURPOSE INDV MUN (AP-CY)..............  ......       3,547  ......  ..........  ......      -3,547
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES.....................  ......   1,134,439  ......   1,153,292  ......     +18,853

MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:
    MODIFICATIONS:
        PATRIOT MODS................................  ......      22,929  ......      22,929  ......  ..........
        STINGER MODS................................  ......      21,838  ......      37,038  ......     +15,200
        AVENGER MODS................................  ......       6,828  ......       6,828  ......  ..........
        ITAS/TOW MODS (MYP).........................  ......      64,562  ......      64,562  ......  ..........
        LRS MODS....................................  ......      16,499  ......      16,499  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF MISSILES...........  ......     132,656  ......     147,856  ......     +15,200

SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.............................  ......      20,785  ......      20,785  ......  ..........

SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
    AIR DEFENSE TARGETS.............................  ......       2,394  ......       2,394  ......  ..........
    ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (MISSILES)...........  ......         969  ......         969  ......  ..........
    MISSILE DEMILITARIZATION........................  ......       1,341  ......       1,341  ......  ..........
    PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT.........................  ......       3,144  ......       3,144  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES.......  ......       7,848  ......       7,848  ......  ..........
                                                     ===========================================================
      TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY..............  ......   1,295,728  ......   1,329,781  ......     +34,053
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY.................................         372,248         332,248         -40,000
ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS (ATACMS)--SYS SUM.........................          15,044          92,444         +77,400
    Block IA....................................................  ..............          77,400         +77,400
ATACMS/BAT......................................................         230,334         215,334         -15,000
MULTI PURPOSE INDV MUN..........................................           3,547  ..............          -3,547
STINGER MODS....................................................          21,838          37,038         +15,200
    Block I Procurement.........................................  ..............          37,038         +15,200
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        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,586,490,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,874,638,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,166,574,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,166,574,000 
for the Army's fiscal year 2001 ``Procurement of weapons and 
tracked combat vehicles'' account. The Committee recommendation 
is $291,936,000 above the President's budget request.
    This appropriation provides for the procurement of tanks, 
armored personnel carriers, and combat engineer vehicles. Funds 
are also provided for the acquisition of crew-served weapons, 
grenade launchers, towed and self-propelled guns and howitzers, 
mortars, laser rangefinders, associated training equipment, 
modification of inservice equipment, initial spares and repair 
parts, major components, and production base support.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                        Senate
                                                               Budget               Senate             compared
                                                      Qty.    estimate     Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
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            PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV;, ARMY

TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
    ABRAMS TRNG DEV MOD...........................  .......       5,331  .......       5,331  ......  ..........
    BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT......................  .......     359,389  .......     368,389  ......      +9,000
    BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT (AP-CY)..............  .......      20,006  .......      20,006  ......  ..........
    BRADLEY FVS TRAINING DEVICES..................  .......      12,098  .......      12,098  ......  ..........
    HAB TRAINING DEVICES..........................  .......  ..........  .......       1,200  ......      +1,200
    BRADLEY FVS TRAINING DEVICES (MOD)............  .......      14,038  .......      14,038  ......  ..........
    ABRAMS TANK TRAINING DEVICES..................  .......      10,504  .......      10,504  ......  ..........
    MEDIUM ARMORED VEHICLE FAMILY: MAVF...........  .......     537,077  .......     637,077  ......    +100,000
    COMMAND AND CONTROL VEHICLE...................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  ......  ..........
    COMMAND AND CONTROL VEHICLE (AP-CY)...........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  ......  ..........
    MODIFICATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
        CARRIER, MOD..............................  .......      45,111  .......      45,111  ......  ..........
        FIST VEHICLE (MOD)........................  .......      31,898  .......      31,898  ......  ..........
        BFVS SERIES (MOD).........................  .......      37,142  .......      65,142  ......     +28,000
        HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM M109A6 (MOD)....  .......       8,060  .......      70,060  ......     +62,000
        FAASV PIP TO FLEET........................  .......           5  .......           5  ......  ..........
        IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (M88  MOD)......  .......      68,385  .......      68,385  ......  ..........
        BREACHER SYSTEM (MOD).....................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  ......  ..........
        HEAVY ASSAULT BRIDGE (HAB) SYS  (MOD).....  .......  ..........  .......      77,000  ......     +77,000
        ARMORED VEH LAUNCH BRIDGE (AVLB)  (MOD)...  .......       1,692  .......  ..........  ......      -1,692
        AVLB SLEP.................................  .......      15,252  .......  ..........  ......     -15,252
        M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)......................  .......      36,098  .......      43,098  ......      +7,000
        M1A1D RETROFIT............................  .......         891  .......         891  ......  ..........
        SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT PGM: SEP M1A2..........       16      36,149       16      36,149  ......  ..........
        ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM....................  .......     338,422  .......     338,422  ......  ..........
        ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM (AP-CY)............  .......     174,445  .......     174,445  ......  ..........
        MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (TCV-    .......  ..........  .......  ..........  ......  ..........
         WTCV)....................................
    SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (TCV- WTCV)....  .......         135  .......      10,135  ......     +10,000
        PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (TCV- WTCV).......  .......       9,250  .......       9,250  ......  ..........
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES..........  .......   1,761,378  .......   2,038,634  ......    +277,256

WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES:
    ARMOR MACHINE GUN, 7.62MM M240 SERIES.........    1,196      12,449    1,196      12,449  ......  ..........
    MACHINE GUN, 5.56MM (SAW).....................  .......  ..........  .......      12,180  ......     +12,180
    GRENADE LAUNCHER, AUTO, 40MM, MK19-3..........      581      11,835      581      14,335  ......      +2,500
    M16 RIFLE.....................................   10,314       4,793   10,314       4,793  ......  ..........
    XM107, CAL. 50, SNIPER RIFLE..................      230       3,085      230       3,085  ......  ..........
    5.56 CARBINE M4...............................    8,309       5,190    8,309       5,190  ......  ..........
    MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEH:
        MARK-19 MODIFICATIONS.....................  .......       1,813  .......       1,813  ......  ..........
        M4 CARBINE MODS...........................  .......       2,504  .......       2,504  ......  ..........
        SQUAD AUTOMATIC WEAPON (MOD)..............  .......       9,956  .......       9,956  ......  ..........
        MEDIUM MACHINE GUNS (MODS)................  .......         495  .......         495  ......  ..........
        HOWITZER, TOWED, 155MM, M198  (MODS)......  .......       3,507  .......       3,507  ......  ..........
        M119 MODIFICATIONS........................  .......       4,705  .......       4,705  ......  ..........
        M16 RIFLE MODS............................  .......       9,592  .......       9,592  ......  ..........
        MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (WOCV-   .......         787  .......         787  ......  ..........
         WTCV)....................................
    SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (WOCV-WTCV)....  .......       1,182  .......       1,182  ......  ..........
        PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV-WTCV).......  .......       5,152  .......       5,152  ......  ..........
        INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS...................  .......       3,604  .......       3,604  ......  ..........
        SMALL ARMS (SOLDIER ENH PROG).............  .......       3,506  .......       3,506  ......  ..........
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES  .......      84,155  .......      98,835  ......     +14,680

SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS     .......      29,105  .......      29,105  ......  ..........
 (WTCV)...........................................
                                                   =============================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV;, ARMY...........  .......   1,874,638  .......   2,166,574  ......    +291,936
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT........................................         359,389         368,389          +9,000
    Upgrade A2 to ODS configuration, only for the National Guard  ..............           9,000          +9,000
HAB TRAINING DEVICES............................................  ..............           1,200          +1,200
    Wolverine Training Devices..................................  ..............           1,200          +1,200
MEDIUM ARMORED VEHICLE FAMILY: MAVF.............................         537,077         637,077        +100,000
    Transformation..............................................  ..............         100,000        +100,000
BFVS SERIES (MOD)...............................................          37,142          65,142         +28,000
    Reactive Armor Tiles for Bradley Fighting Vehicle...........  ..............          25,000         +25,000
    Bradley Test Sets...........................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155 MM M-109A6 (MOD)........................           8,060          70,060         +62,000
    M-109A6.....................................................  ..............          62,000         +62,000
HEAVY ASSAULT BRIDGE (HAB) SYS (MOD)............................  ..............          77,000         +77,000
ARMORED VEH LAUNCH BRIDGE (AVLB) (MOD)..........................           1,692  ..............          -1,692
AVLB SLEP.......................................................          15,252  ..............         -15,252
M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)............................................          36,098          43,098          +7,000
    Abrams Test Sets............................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Electronic Obsolescence BIT/FIT.............................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TCV-WTCV)................................             135          10,135         +10,000
    Product Improved Combat Vehicle Headset.....................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
MACHINE GUN, 5.56 MM (SAW)......................................  ..............          12,180         +12,180
    SAW.........................................................  ..............          12,180         +12,180
GRENADE LAUNCHER, AUTO, 40MM, MK19-3............................          11,835          14,335          +2,500
    Mk 19 Mod 3 Grenade Launcher................................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
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    Bradley base sustainment.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $3,000,000 to the Bradley base sustainment line for 
the procurement of Bradley test sets.
    Army Transformation.--The Committee is encouraged by the 
desire of the Army Chief of Staff to transform the Army into a 
lighter, more responsive fighting force capable of deploying 
anywhere in the world in less time than ever before. The 
Committee is further encouraged by the Army's desire to build a 
force which optimizes commonality of components and subsystems 
to reduce sustainment and logistical requirements.
    The Committee urges the Army to choose platforms for both 
the Interim Armored Vehicle variant and Mobile Gun System which 
reduce start up costs, reduce the overall logistics burden, and 
reduces or even eliminates, capital investment requirements to 
the Army. The Committee expects that the Army will choose a 
system which takes advantage of current technology in the 
industrial base and builds upon the prior and ongoing 
investments the Army has made in the field of armored vehicles.
    Items less than $5,000,000 (WOCV-WTCV).--The Committee 
recommends an increase of $10,000,000 to procure Product 
Improved Combat Vehicle Crewman's Headsets (PICVC), which have 
greater electro-magnetic interference (EMI) protection than 
current systems.
    Heavy Assault Bridge (HAB).--The Committee is discouraged 
by the Army's decision to cut the Wolverine Heavy Assault 
Bridge from the budget. The Heavy Assault Bridge was designed 
to take the place of the aging, less capable Armored Vehicle 
Launch Bridge (AVLB). However, the Army has decided to 
terminate this modernization program, which was fully funded by 
Congress, in favor of retaining the less capable, antiquated 
AVLB.
    The Committee finds it ironic that the Army is asking for 
an increased quantity of its main battle tank, the M-1A2 SEP, 
the most capable, advanced tank in the world, yet the bridging 
asset used by the modern tank force remains a relic of the 
Korean War era.
    The AVLB, by the Army's own admission, has a limited 
mission profile, is unable to keep up with the force, has a 
limited gap crossing, maintains a mid-80 percentile readiness 
rating and relies on parts which are no longer available.
    With the average age of the AVLB fleet at over 22 years, 
the Committee's confidence level remains low that this aging 
asset can keep pace with the most modern, lethal tank force in 
the world. The Committee is optimistic that the Army will 
restore funding for the Heavy Assault Bridge in its Future Year 
Defense Plan, and therefore restores $77,000,000 to the Heavy 
Assault Bridge. Additionally, the Committee directs the Army to 
restore all funding to the HAB training devices as well.
    The Committee urges the Army to continue with a plan that 
is more responsible and realistic in the future with regard to 
bridging assets.

                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,204,120,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,131,323,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,212,149,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,212,149,000 
for Army ammunition for fiscal year 2001. This is $80,826,000 
above the President's budget request.
    This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition 
for training and war reserve stocks, modernization and 
maintenance of equipment and facilities (including 
construction), and maintenance of inactive ammunition 
facilities.

                     committee recommended programs

    The following table details the Committee recommendation in 
comparison with the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY

AMMUNITION:
    SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION:
        CTG 5.56MM, ALL TYPES.......................  ......      97,758  ......      97,758  ......  ..........
        CTG 5.56MM ARMOR PIERCING M995..............     873       1,337     873       1,337  ......  ..........
        CTG 7.62MM, ALL TYPES.......................  ......       8,990  ......       8,990  ......  ..........
        CTG 7.62MM ARMOR PIERCING XM993.............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        CTG, 9MM, ALL TYPES.........................  ......       2,487  ......       2,487  ......  ..........
        CTG 50 CAL, ALL TYPES.......................  ......      10,646  ......      13,646  ......      +3,000
        CTG CAL .50 API MK211 MOD 0.................     254       1,987     254       1,987  ......  ..........
        CTG 20MM, ALL TYPES.........................  ......       2,004  ......       2,004  ......  ..........
        CTG 25MM, ALL TYPES.........................  ......      57,780  ......      57,780  ......  ..........
        CTG 30MM, ALL TYPES.........................  ......       9,517  ......      14,517  ......      +5,000
        CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES........................  ......      60,788  ......      64,788  ......      +4,000
        NONLETHAL WEAPONS CAPABILITY SET............       5       8,397       5       8,397  ......  ..........
    MORTAR AMMUNITION:
        60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES......................  ......      28,673  ......      31,173  ......      +2,500
        CTG MORTAR 60MM SMOKE WP M722...............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        CTG MORTAR 81MM PRAC 1/10 RANGE  M880.......      24         930      24         930  ......  ..........
        CTG MORTAR 120MM HE M934 W/MO  FUZE.........      62      45,031      62      49,031  ......      +4,000
        CTG MORTAR 120MM ILLUM XM930 W/MTSQ FZ......  ......  ..........  ......       5,000  ......      +5,000
        CTG MORTAR 120MM SMOKE M929 W/MO FUZE.......  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        CTG 120MM WP SMOKE M929A1...................      26      24,969      26      24,969  ......  ..........
    TANK AMMUNITION:
        CTG 120MM APFSDS-T M829A2/M829E3............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        CTG 120MM HEAT-MP-T M830A1..................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        CTG TANK 120MM TP-T M831/M831A1.............      87      48,477      87      48,477  ......  ..........
        CTG TANK 120MM TPCSDS-T M865................     199     101,512     199     101,512  ......  ..........
    ARTILLERY AMMUNITION:
        CTG ARTY 75MM BLANK M337A1..................      40       1,807      40       1,807  ......  ..........
        CTG ARTY 105MM BLANK M395...................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        CTG ARTY 105MM DPICM XM915..................  ......  ..........  ......      10,000  ......     +10,000
        CTG ARTY 105MM M927.........................  ......  ..........  ......       5,000  ......      +5,000
        CTG ARTY 105MM ILLUM M314 SERIES............  ......         130  ......         130  ......  ..........
        PROJ ARTY 155MM SMOKE WP M825...............  ......      14,682  ......      14,682  ......  ..........
        PROJ ARTY 155MM HE M795.....................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        PROJ ARTY 155MM SADARM M898.................  ......      14,907  ......      14,907  ......  ..........
        REMOTE AREA DENIAL ARTILLERY MUNITION            117      47,674      36      15,000     -81     -32,674
         (RADAM)....................................
        PROJ ARTY 155MM HE M107.....................     175      35,178     175      40,178  ......      +5,000
        MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM (MACS)......     164      27,432     164      42,432  ......     +15,000
    ARTILLERY FUZES:
        ARTILLERY FUZES, ALL TYPES..................  ......      67,005  ......      67,005  ......  ..........
        FUZE ARTY ELEC TIME M767....................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        FUZE MULTI OPTION...........................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
    MINES:
        MINE, TRAINING, ALL TYPES...................  ......       3,892  ......       3,892  ......  ..........
        MINE AT M87 (VOLCANO).......................  ......  ..........  ......      15,000  ......     +15,000
        WIDE AREA MUNITIONS.........................      58       7,284      58      23,284  ......     +16,000
    ROCKETS:
        BUNKER DEFEATING MUNITION (BDM).............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES.................  ......     152,767  ......     152,767  ......  ..........
    OTHER AMMUNITION:
        DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES.............  ......      16,603  ......      17,603  ......      +1,000
        GRENADES, ALL TYPES.........................  ......      20,260  ......      23,260  ......      +3,000
        SIGNALS, ALL TYPES..........................  ......      13,067  ......      13,067  ......  ..........
        SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES.......................  ......       3,053  ......       3,053  ......  ..........
    MISCELLANEOUS:
        AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES..................  ......       6,750  ......       6,750  ......  ..........
        CAD/PAD ALL TYPES...........................  ......       4,298  ......       4,298  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......      10,145  ......      10,145  ......  ..........
        AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT...............  ......       9,476  ......       9,476  ......  ..........
        FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (AMMO).....  ......       5,118  ......       5,118  ......  ..........
        CLOSEOUT LIABILITIES........................  ......       5,764  ......       5,764  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, AMMUNITION.........................  ......     978,575  ......   1,039,401  ......     +60,826

AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT:
    PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT:
        PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES..........  ......      47,748  ......      47,748  ......  ..........
        LAYAWAY OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES............  ......       3,215  ......       3,215  ......  ..........
        MAINTENANCE OF INACTIVE FACILITIES..........  ......      12,267  ......      12,267  ......  ..........
        CONVENTIONAL AMMO DEMILITARIZATION..........  ......      84,799  ......      84,799  ......  ..........
        ARMS INITIATIVE.............................  ......       4,719  ......      24,719  ......     +20,000
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT.  ......     152,748  ......     172,748  ......     +20,000
                                                     ===========================================================
          TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY....  ......   1,131,323  ......   1,212,149  ......     +80,826
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES.........................................          10,646          13,646          +3,000
    .50 Cal SLAP................................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
CTG, 30 MM, ALL TYPES...........................................           9,517          14,517          +5,000
    30 mm M789 HEDP.............................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
CTG, 40 MM, ALL TYPES...........................................          60,788          64,788          +4,000
    CTG, 40 MM, ALL TYPES.......................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
60 MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES.........................................          28,673          31,173          +2,500
    60 MM Mortar Illumination Rounds............................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
CTG MORTAR 120 MM HE M934 W/MO FUZE.............................          45,031          49,031          +4,000
    M934 120 MM HE..............................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
CTG MORTAR 120 MM ILLUM XM930 W/MTSQ FZ.........................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    120 MM Illum................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
CTG ARTY 105 MM DPICM XM915.....................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    105 MM DPICM................................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
CTG ARTY 105 MM M927............................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    CTG Arty 105 MM M927........................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
REMOTE AREA DENIAL ARTILLERY MUNITION (RADAM)...................          47,674          15,000         -32,674
    LRIP quantity only..........................................  ..............         -32,674         -32,674
PROJ ARTY 155 MM HE M107........................................          35,178          40,178          +5,000
    M107 HE.....................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM (MACS)..........................          27,432          42,432         +15,000
    MACS........................................................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
MINE AT M87 (VOLCANO)...........................................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
    VOLCANO.....................................................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
WIDE AREA MUNITIONS.............................................           7,284          23,284         +16,000
    WAM.........................................................  ..............          16,000         +16,000
DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES.................................          16,603          17,603          +1,000
    Fighting Positions Excavator................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
GRENADES, ALL TYPES.............................................          20,260          23,260          +3,000
    M83/M90 Training & Smoke Grenades...........................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
ARMS INITIATIVE.................................................           4,719          24,719         +20,000
    ARMS........................................................  ..............          20,000         +20,000
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    Worker Health and Safety.--The Committee is concerned that 
workers at various military installations may have been exposed 
to radioactive and hazardous substances. The Committee is 
further concerned that workers at a particular site, both past 
and current, may be unable or unwilling to discuss these 
exposures with their health care providers or other appropriate 
officials due to secrecy oaths or policies. Therefore, the 
Committee encourages the Department of Defense to review its 
current policies to insure that workers who may have been 
exposed to radioactive and hazardous materials, are able to 
discuss those exposures with their health care providers or 
other appropriate officials. The Secretary of Defense shall 
submit a report to the Congressional Defense Committees by 
March 1, 2001 which addresses these policies.

                        Other Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $3,738,934,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   3,795,870,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,060,728,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $4,060,728,000 
for the Army's fiscal year 2001 ``Other procurement'' account, 
$264,858,000 above the budget request.
    This appropriation finances the acquisition and lease of: 
tactical and commercial vehicles including trucks, 
semitrailers, and trailers of all types to provide mobility to 
field forces and the Army logistical system; communications and 
electronics equipment of all types to provide fixed, semifixed, 
and mobile strategic and tactical communications equipment; and 
other support equipment such as chemical defensive equipment, 
tactical bridging equipment, maintenance shop sets, 
construction equipment, floating and rail equipment, generators 
and power units, material-handling equipment, medical support 
equipment, special equipment for user testing, and training 
devices that are not specific to a particular weapon system. In 
each of these activities, funds are also included for 
modification of inservice equipment, spares and repair parts, 
and production base support.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Senate
                                                              Budget               Senate              compared
                                                     Qty.    estimate     Qty.    allowance    Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY

TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES:
    TACTICAL VEHICLES:
        TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS.............  .......  ..........  .......       5,000  .......      +5,000
        SEMITRAILER FB BB/CONT TRANS 22 1/2 T....      374      12,135      374      12,135  .......  ..........
        SEMITRAILER LB 40T M870A1 (CCE)..........       24       1,912       24       1,912  .......  ..........
        SEMITRAILER, TANK, 5000G.................  .......      30,213  .......      30,213  .......  ..........
        SEMITRAILER, TANK, 7500G, BULKHAUL.......      376      20,010      376      20,010  .......  ..........
        SEMITRAILER VAN CGO SUPPLY 12T 4WHL             67       6,147       67       6,147  .......  ..........
         M129A2C.................................
        HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH (HMMWV).......    1,002     110,746    1,187     135,746     +185     +25,000
        TRUCK, DUMP, 20T (CCE)...................       19       5,208       19       5,208  .......  ..........
        FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH (FMTV).....  .......     438,256  .......     475,556  .......     +37,300
        FIRETRUCKS AND ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTING     .......      14,830  .......      14,830  .......  ..........
         EQUIPMENT...............................
        FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV).  .......     166,119  .......     169,119  .......      +3,000
        ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES (ASV)..........       20      13,453       25      16,453       +5      +3,000
        TRUCK, TRACTOR, LINE HAUL, M915/M916.....  .......      42,989  .......      42,989  .......  ..........
        TRUCK, TRACTOR, YARD TYPE, M878 (C/S)....  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        HVY EXPANDED MOBILE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT          94      17,233       94      17,233  .......  ..........
         SERV P..................................
        LINE HAUL ESP............................      362      27,054      362      27,054  .......  ..........
        MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP.............  .......      28,910  .......      38,910  .......     +10,000
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (TAC  VEH)....  .......       1,853  .......       1,853  .......  ..........

    NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES:
        HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN......................       12       2,263  .......  ..........      -12      -2,263
        PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES..............       35         834       35         700  .......        -134
        GENERAL PURPOSE VEHICLES.................  .......         989  .......         989  .......  ..........
        SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES.................  .......       1,021  .......       1,021  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES...  .......     942,175  .......   1,023,078  .......     +80,903

COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
    COMM--JOINT COMMUNICATIONS:
        COMBAT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM............  .......      13,096  .......      13,096  .......  ..........
        JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)................  .......       5,553  .......       5,553  .......  ..........

    COMM--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:
        DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM    .......      72,034  .......      72,034  .......  ..........
         (SPACE).................................
        SHF TERM.................................  .......      38,307  .......      14,007  .......     -24,300
        SAT TERM, EMUT (SPACE)...................  .......       3,475  .......       3,475  .......  ..........
        NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE)  .......      21,439  .......      21,439  .......  ..........
        SMART-T (SPACE)..........................  .......      48,594  .......      32,594  .......     -16,000
        SCAMP (SPACE)............................  .......       4,261  .......       4,261  .......  ..........
        GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS...................  .......       9,286  .......       4,286  .......      -5,000
        MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SAT)............  .......       1,489  .......       1,489  .......  ..........

    COMM--C3 SYSTEM: ARMY GLOBAL CMD AND CONTROL   .......      10,355  .......      10,355  .......  ..........
     SYS (AGCCS).................................

    COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS:
        ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA        .......      32,675  .......      65,275  .......     +32,600
         RADIO)..................................
        SINCGARS FAMILY..........................  .......      18,340  .......      38,340  .......     +20,000
        JOINT TACTICAL AREA COMMAND SYSTEMS......  .......         972  .......         972  .......  ..........
        ACUS MOD PROGRAM (WIN T/T)...............  .......     113,951  .......     190,951  .......     +77,000
        COMMS-ELEC EQUIP FIELDING................  .......       3,348  .......       3,348  .......  ..........
        SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM COMM/          .......       4,374  .......       4,374  .......  ..........
         ELECTRONICS.............................
        PRODUCT IMPROVED COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN    .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
         HEADSET.................................
        MEDICAL COMM FOR CBT CASUALTY CARE (MC4).  .......       2,459  .......       2,459  .......  ..........

    COMM--INTELLIGENCE COMM: CI AUTOMATION         .......       1,744  .......       1,744  .......  ..........
     ARCHITECTURE................................

    INFORMATION SECURITY:
        TSEC--ARMY KEY MGT SYS (AKMS)............  .......      11,051  .......      11,051  .......  ..........
        INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM--ISSP  .......      54,374  .......      71,374  .......     +17,000

    COMM--LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS:
        TERRESTRIAL TRANSMISSION.................  .......       2,025  .......       2,025  .......  ..........
        BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS..............  .......       3,945  .......       3,945  .......  ..........
        ARMY DISN ROUTER.........................  .......       4,339  .......       4,339  .......  ..........
        ELECTROMAG COMP PROG (EMCP)..............  .......         431  .......         431  .......  ..........
        WW TECH CON IMP PROG (WWTCIP)............  .......       2,865  .......       2,865  .......  ..........

    COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS:
        INFORMATION SYSTEMS......................  .......      57,779  .......      86,879  .......     +29,100
        DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS).............  .......      18,836  .......      18,836  .......  ..........
        LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN).................  .......      65,975  .......      65,975  .......  ..........
        PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT AND TELECOM.....  .......      65,412  .......      20,412  .......     -45,000

    ELECT EQUIP--NAT FOR INT PROG (NFIP):
        FOREIGN COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROG (FCI)...  .......         869  .......         869  .......  ..........
        GENERAL DEFENSE INTELL PROG  (GDIP)......  .......      19,604  .......      19,604  .......  ..........

    ELECT EQUIP--TACT INT REL ACT (TIARA):
        ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS (ASAS) (TIARA)...  .......      66,671  .......      66,671  .......  ..........
        JTT/CIBS-M (TIARA).......................      183      26,753      183      26,753  .......  ..........
        PROPHET GROUND (TIARA)...................  .......       9,571  .......       9,571  .......  ..........
        TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (TUAV)..        4      37,789        4      37,789  .......  ..........
        JOINT STARS (ARMY) (TIARA)...............  .......      66,415  .......      66,415  .......  ..........
        DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS (DTSS)              44      20,030       44      20,030  .......  ..........
         (TIARA).................................
        TACTICAL EXPLOITATION OF NATIONAL          .......      12,853  .......      12,853  .......  ..........
         CAPABILITIE.............................
        COMMON IMAGERY GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEM       .......       2,833  .......       2,833  .......  ..........
         (CIGSS).................................
        TROJAN (TIARA)...........................  .......       4,264  .......       4,264  .......  ..........
        MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (INTEL SPT) (TIARA)..  .......         224  .......         224  .......  ..........
        CI HUMINT AUTOMATED TOOL SET (CHATS)           404       1,939      404       1,939  .......  ..........
         (TIARA).................................
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TIARA)............  .......         484  .......         484  .......  ..........

    ELECT EQUIP--ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW):
        SHORTSTOP................................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        COUNTERINTELLIGENCE/SECURITY               .......       2,311  .......       2,311  .......  ..........
         COUNTERMEASURES.........................

    ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV. (TAC SURV);
        FAAD GBS.................................        2      24,188        2      24,188  .......  ..........
        NIGHT VISION DEVICES.....................  .......      34,146  .......      79,146  .......     +45,000
        LONG RANGE ADVANCED SCOUT SURVEILLANCE          77      46,156       77      46,156  .......  ..........
         SYSTEM..................................
        LTWT VIDEO RECON SYSTEM (LWVRS)..........  .......       1,199  .......       1,199  .......  ..........
        NIGHT VISION, THERMAL WPN SIGHT..........    1,664      35,348    1,664      35,348  .......  ..........
        COMBAT IDENTIFICATION/AIMING LIGHT.......  .......       8,040  .......      13,040  .......      +5,000
        ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIP.................  .......      14,405  .......      14,405  .......  ..........
        PORTABLE INDUCTIVE ARTILLERY FUZE SETTER   .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
         (PIA....................................
        MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SURV)...........  .......      18,530  .......      23,530  .......      +5,000
        DIGITIZATION APPLIQUE....................    1,660      60,802    1,660      60,802  .......  ..........
        LIGHTWEIGHT LASER DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINDER        29       7,093       29       7,093  .......  ..........
         (LLD....................................
        COMPUTER BALLISTICS: MORTAR M-30.........       73       1,652       73       1,652  .......  ..........
        MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM...............       36       7,341       36       7,341  .......  ..........
        INTEGRATED MET SYS SENSORS (IMETS)--TIARA        7       7,018        7       7,018  .......  ..........

    ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2 SYSTEMS:
        TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS..............  .......      17,260  .......      25,260  .......      +8,000
        ADV FIELD ARTILLERY TACT DATA SYS              456      54,452      456      54,452  .......  ..........
         (AFATDS)................................
        FIRE SUPPORT ADA CONVERSION..............  .......         972  .......         972  .......  ..........
        CMBT SVC SUPT CONTROL SYS  (CSSCS).......      333      27,411      333      27,411  .......  ..........
        FAAD C2..................................        2      17,868        2      29,868  .......     +12,000
        FAADC2I MODIFICATIONS....................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        AIR AND MSL DEFENSE PLANNING AND CONTROL   .......       4,859  .......       4,859  .......  ..........
         SYS (AMD................................
        FORWARD ENTRY DEVICE (FED)...............  .......      17,153  .......      17,153  .......  ..........
        STRIKER-COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM.......       33      19,084       33      27,084  .......      +8,000
        LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT  (LCSS)......  .......       1,010  .......       1,010  .......  ..........
        LOGTECH..................................  .......       7,505  .......       7,505  .......  ..........
        TC AIMS II...............................  .......      10,376  .......      10,376  .......  ..........
        GUN LAYING AND POS SYS (GLPS)............       92       8,410       92       8,410  .......  ..........
        ISYSCON EQUIPMENT........................  .......      26,558  .......      26,558  .......  ..........
        MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS)............      176      22,935      176      22,935  .......  ..........
        STAMIS TACTICAL COMPUTERS (STACOMP)......  .......      40,015  .......      40,015  .......  ..........
        STANDARD INTEGRATED CMD POST SYSTEM......  .......      35,971  .......      41,171  .......      +5,200

    ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION:
        ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION..............  .......      35,960  .......      35,960  .......  ..........
        AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP..........  .......     172,051  .......     183,051  .......     +11,000
        RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS (RCAS)..  .......      91,495  .......      91,495  .......  ..........

    ELECT EQUIP--AUDIO VISUAL SYS (A/V):
        AFRTS....................................  .......       1,519  .......       1,519  .......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (A/V)..............  .......       3,217  .......       3,217  .......  ..........

    ELECT EQUIP--SUPPORT: PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT  .......         374  .......         374  .......  ..........
     (C-E).......................................
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS      .......   1,847,767  .......   2,032,367  .......    +184,600
         EQUIPMENT...............................

OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPMENT:
        GEN SMK MECH:MTRZD DUAL PURP  M56........       48      11,369       48      11,369  .......  ..........
        GENERATOR, SMOKE, MECH M58...............  .......       5,585  .......       5,585  .......  ..........
        M6 DISCHARGER............................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........

    BRIDGING EQUIPMENT:
        HEAVY DRY SUPT BRIDGE SYSTEM.............        4      19,224        4      19,224  .......  ..........
        RIBBON BRIDGE............................  .......      15,669  .......      15,669  .......  ..........
        FLOAT BRIDGE PROPULSION..................        5       1,942        5       1,942  .......  ..........
        ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION) EQUIPMENT            2         688        2         688  .......  ..........
         KIT, STANDARD TELEOPERA-  TING..........
        EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQPMT (EOD     .......       5,206  .......       5,206  .......  ..........
         EQPMT)..................................
        LESS THAN $5M, COUNTERMINE EQUIPMENT.....  .......         993  .......         993  .......  ..........
        BN COUNTERMINE SIP.......................  .......       7,442  .......       7,442  .......  ..........

    COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
        ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNITS  (ECU).......      150       6,348      150       6,348  .......  ..........
        ARMY SPACE HEATER 120,000 BTU  (ASH).....  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        LARGE CAPACITY FIELD HEATER, 400K BTU....  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        AIR CONDITIONERS.........................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        LAUNDRIES, SHOWERS AND LATRINES..........  .......      12,580  .......      12,580  .......  ..........
        FLOODLIGHT SET, ELEC, TRL MTD, 3 LIGHTS..  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT......................  .......       3,984  .......       3,984  .......  ..........
        LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE (LME)..      160       1,999      546       6,599     +386      +4,600
        FORCE PROVIDER...........................        3      22,263        3      22,263  .......  ..........
        FIELD FEEDING AND REFRIGERATION..........  .......      11,976  .......      11,976  .......  ..........
        AIR DROP PROGRAM.........................  .......       3,971  .......       3,971  .......  ..........
        CAMOUFLAGE: ULCANS.......................  .......  ..........  .......      10,000  .......     +10,000
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CSS-EQ)...........  .......       1,909  .......       1,909  .......  ..........

    PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT:
        FAMILY OF TANK ASSEMBLIES, FABRIC,         .......       2,489  .......       2,489  .......  ..........
         COLLAPSIBL..............................
        LABS, PETROLEUM AND WATER................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        DISTRIBUTION SYS, PET AND WATER..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        QUALITY SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT...........  .......       7,120  .......       7,120  .......  ..........
        DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, PETROLEUM AND WATER  .......      13,516  .......      13,516  .......  ..........
        PUMPS, WATER AND FUEL....................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        HOSELINE OUTFIT FUEL HANDLING............       50       5,878       50       5,878  .......  ..........
        INLAND PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.....  .......       5,618  .......       5,618  .......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (POL).........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........

    WATER EQUIPMENT:
        WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS...............  .......      40,727  .......      40,727  .......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (WATER EQ)....  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........

    MEDICAL EQUIPMENT: COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL....  .......      31,567  .......      37,567  .......      +6,000

    MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT;
        SHOP EQ CONTACT MAINTENANCE TRK MTD (MYP)      169       9,650      169       9,650  .......  ..........
        WELDING SHOP, TRAILER MTD................      144       6,042      144       6,042  .......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (MAINT EQ)....  .......       5,078  .......       5,078  .......  ..........
        STEAM CLEANER, TRAILER MOUNTED...........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        CONCRETE MOBILE MIXER MODOULE, 8 CUBIC     .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
         YARD....................................
        BITUMINOUS DISTRIBUTOR MODULE, 2800 GAL..  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........

    CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT:
        MISSION MODULES--ENGINEERING.............  .......       1,489  .......       1,489  .......  ..........
        ROLLER, VIBRATORY, SELF-PROPELLED (CCE)..       70       4,671       70       9,671  .......      +5,000
        COMPACTOR, HIGH SPEED....................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        DUMP MODULE, 12 CUBIC YARD...............  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        LOADERS..................................        5       1,444        5       1,444  .......  ..........
        HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR......................       35       8,282       35       8,282  .......  ..........
        DEPLOYABLE UNIVERSAL COMBAT EARTH MOVERS.       34      14,146       34      21,146  .......      +7,000
        CRANE SHOVEL CRAWLER MTD, 20-40 TON W/     .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
         ATTACH..................................
        CRANES...................................  .......       6,089  .......       6,089  .......  ..........
        CRUSHING/SCREENING PLANT, 150 TPH........  .......          89  .......          89  .......  ..........
        CONST EQUIP SLEP.........................  .......       1,986  .......       1,986  .......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (CONST EQUIP).  .......       2,635  .......       2,635  .......  ..........

    RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPMENT:
        SMALL TUG................................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        LOGISTIC SUPPORT VESSEL (LSV)............  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        LOGISTICS SUPPORT VESSEL (ESP)...........        1       6,638        1       6,638  .......  ..........
        CAUSEWAY SYSTEMS.........................  .......      17,227  .......      17,227  .......  ..........
        RAILWAY CAR, FLAT, 89 FOOT...............  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (FLOAT/RAIL)..  .......       6,722  .......       6,722  .......  ..........

    GENERATORS:
        GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIP..........  .......      85,886  .......      85,886  .......  ..........
        LARGE SETS...............................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........

    MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
        ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER HANDLER, 53,000         77      40,031       77      40,031  .......  ..........
         LBS.....................................
        ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY SYSTEM..........      196      24,407      196      24,407  .......  ..........
        ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER CRANE............        4       2,056        4       2,056  .......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (MHE).........  .......       1,231  .......       1,231  .......  ..........

    TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
        CTC INSTRUMENTATION SUPPORT..............  .......      81,845  .......      94,445  .......     +12,600
        TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM..............  .......      91,937  .......     103,937  .......     +12,000
        CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER............  .......      81,160  .......      20,315  .......     -60,845
        AVIATION COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER    .......      14,744  .......      14,744  .......  ..........
         (AVCA...................................
        FIRE SUPPORT COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL        .......       1,457  .......       1,457  .......  ..........
         TRAINER.................................

    TEST MEASURE AND DIG EQUIPMENT (TMD):
        CALIBRATION SETS EQUIPMENT...............  .......      18,828  .......      18,828  .......  ..........
        ELECTRONIC REPAIR SHELTER................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
        INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT        .......      65,381  .......      68,381  .......      +3,000
         (IFTE)..................................
        TEST EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION (TEMOD).....  .......      18,738  .......      18,738  .......  ..........
        ARMY DIAGNOSTICS IMPROVEMENT PGM (ADIP)..  .......      17,300  .......      17,300  .......  ..........
        RECONFIGURABLE SIMULATORS................  .......       2,330  .......       2,330  .......  ..........
        PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS (OPA3).........  .......      18,856  .......      18,856  .......  ..........
        MOBILE DETECTION ASSESSMENT RESPONSE       .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
         SYSTEM..................................
        BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT...............  .......       7,399  .......       7,399  .......  ..........
        MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC EQUIPMENT (OPA-3).  .......      28,008  .......      28,008  .......  ..........
        PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (OTH)............  .......       2,367  .......       2,367  .......  ..........
        SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TEST-  ING....  .......      24,344  .......      24,344  .......  ..........
        MA8975...................................  .......       2,332  .......       2,332  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.........  .......     962,888  .......     962,243  .......        -645

SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS:
    INITIAL SPARES--TSV..........................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
    INITIAL SPARES--C&E..........................;  .......      42,401  .......      42,401  .......  ..........
    INITIAL SPARES--OTHER SUPPORT EQUIP..........  .......         639  .......         639  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS..............  .......      43,040  .......      43,040  .......  ..........
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY.............  .......   3,795,870  .......   4,060,728  .......    +264,858
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS....................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Heavy Expanded Mobility Ammunition Trailer..................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    M105A3 Trailers.............................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH (HMMWV)..............................         110,746         135,746         +25,000
    Up-Armored HMMWVs...........................................  ..............          25,000         +25,000
FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH (FMTV)............................         438,256         475,556         +37,300
    FMTV........................................................  ..............          37,300         +37,300
FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV)........................         166,119         169,119          +3,000
    Container Roll-in/out Platform (CROP).......................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES (ASV).................................          13,453          16,453          +3,000
MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP....................................          28,910          38,910         +10,000
    Aluminum Mesh Liner.........................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN.............................................           2,263  ..............          -2,263
PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES.....................................             834             700            -134
    Excessive growth............................................  ..............            -134            -134
SHF TERM........................................................          38,307          14,007         -24,300
    STAR-T schedule delay.......................................  ..............         -24,300         -24,300
SMART-T (SPACE).................................................          48,594          32,594         -16,000
    SMART-T reliability.........................................  ..............         -16,000         -16,000
GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS..........................................           9,286           4,286          -5,000
    GBS delay...................................................  ..............          -5,000          -5,000
ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA RADIO)......................          32,675          65,275         +32,600
    EPLRS.......................................................  ..............          27,300         +27,300
    Software Upgrades...........................................  ..............           5,300          +5,300
SINCGARS FAMILY.................................................          18,340          38,340         +20,000
    Upgrade SINCGARS Radios for National Guard..................  ..............          20,000         +20,000
ACUS MOD PROGRAM (WIN T/T)......................................         113,951         190,951         +77,000
    AN/TTC-56 Single Shelter Switches w/ Associated Support.....  ..............          63,000         +63,000
    TS-21 BLACKJACK Fax.........................................  ..............          14,000         +14,000
INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM--ISSP.......................          54,374          71,374         +17,000
    Secure Terminal Equipment...................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Biometrics Information Assurance............................  ..............          12,000         +12,000
INFORMATION SYSTEMS.............................................          57,779          86,879         +29,100
    Distance Learning (Note: See National Guard  O&M;)...........  ..............          29,100         +29,100
PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT AND TELECOM............................          65,412          20,412         -45,000
NIGHT VISION DEVICES............................................          34,146          79,146         +45,000
    NIGHT VISION DEVICES........................................  ..............          45,000         +45,000
COMBAT IDENTIFICATION/AIMING LIGHT..............................           8,040          13,040          +5,000
    CIDDS.......................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SURV)..................................          18,530          23,530          +5,000
    Firefinder..................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS.....................................          17,260          25,260          +8,000
    Tactical Operations Center..................................  ..............           8,000          +8,000
FAAD C2.........................................................          17,868          29,868         +12,000
    FAAD C2 Mods................................................  ..............          12,000         +12,000
STRIKER-COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM..............................          19,084          27,084          +8,000
    Striker.....................................................  ..............           8,000          +8,000
STANDARD INTEGRATED CMD POST SYSTEM.............................          35,971          41,171          +5,200
    MCPS/SICPS..................................................  ..............           5,200          +5,200
AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP.................................         172,051         183,051         +11,000
    Automatic Identification Technology.........................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Joint Computer-aided Acquisition and Logistics..............  ..............           6,000          +6,000
LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE (LME).........................           1,999           6,599          +4,600
    LME.........................................................  ..............           4,600          +4,600
CAMOUFLAGE: ULCANS..............................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    ULCANS......................................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL..........................................          31,567          37,567          +6,000
    Rapid Intravenous Infusion Pump.............................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
ROLLER, VIBRATORY, SELF-PROPELLED (CCE).........................           4,671           9,671          +5,000
    Vibratory Roller............................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
DEPLOYABLE UNIVERSAL COMBAT EARTH MOVERS........................          14,146          21,146          +7,000
    DeUCE.......................................................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
CTC INSTRUMENTATION SUPPORT.....................................          81,845          94,445         +12,600
    Deployable Force-On-Force Instrumentation...................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
    JRTC MOUT...................................................  ..............           3,600          +3,600
    Deployable Range Training System (DRTSS)....................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM.....................................          91,937         103,937         +12,000
    Army Firefighter Trainer....................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    MILES 2000 equipment........................................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER...................................          81,160          20,315         -60,845
    CCTT testing issues.........................................  ..............         -60,845         -60,845
INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT (IFTE)......................          65,381          68,381          +3,000
    Contact Test Set (SPORT)....................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
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    Warfighter Information Network.--The Committee recommends 
an increase of $63,000,000 to procure additional AN/TTC-56 
single shelter switches with associated support assemblages and 
network management capability.
    Lightweight Maintenance Enclosure (LME).--The Committee 
recommends an additional $4,600,000 in the Lightweight 
Maintenance Enclosure (LME) program.
    STAR-T.--The Committee remains concerned that the STAR-T 
program has continued to experience problems in its IOT&E.; The 
Committee is additionally concerned that the STAR-T was not 
ready to start Operational Testing due to software failures. 
The Milestone III decision has slipped again, and the Committee 
is concerned that the program remains in jeopardy of falling 
further behind. The Committee looks forward to working with the 
Army and anticipates certification by the Secretary of the Army 
that the program no longer has any software integration 
problems. The Committee recommends freezing the fiscal year 
2001 request at the fiscal year 2000 amount, a reduction of 
$24,300,000.
    SMART-T.--The Committee is concerned that the Secure Mobile 
Anti-jam Reliable Tactical Terminal (SMART-T) program has 
experienced problems demonstrating reliability test values 
necessary to award the fiscal year 2000 contract option. The 
Committee is further concerned that the fiscal year 2000 funds 
are unexecutable and therefore recommends a rescission of 
$29,300,000. Additionally, the Committee also recommends 
freezing the fiscal year 2001 request at the fiscal year 2000 
amount, a reduction of $16,794,000.
    FSCATT.--In fiscal year 2000, Congress appropriated 
$24,400,000 to continue procurement of an additional 16 Fire 
Support Combined Arms Tactical Trainers (M109A6 HCT). The 
Committee is concerned that the Army has reduced procurement of 
FSCATT to 10 devices, counter to previous Congressional intent. 
The Committee expects the Army to restore such funding as 
necessary from fiscal year 2000 funds to complete the 
procurement of 16 FSCATT devices. FSCATT is an important system 
for training reserve component organizations with limited 
access to live fire gunnery.
    Global Broadcast System.--The Committee is concerned with 
the delay of the Global Broadcast System program and is not 
confident that the schedule will be able to support the 
procurement of the Tactical Ground Receive Suites.
    CCTT.--The Committee is concerned that the Close Combat 
Tactical Trainer has not passed a Follow On Test and Evaluation 
to date. The CCTT has been evaluated as not suitable in the 
past. The Committee is encouraged by the progress made with 
regard to image generation, but still remains concerned that 
testing has not been completed. The Committee recommends a 
reduction of $60,845,000, and encourages the continued 
procurement of image generation equipment.
    Training Devices, Nonsystem.--The Committee recommends an 
addition of $7,000,000 for the procurement of Multiple 
Integrated Laser Engagement System 2000 (MILES 2000) equipment 
and associated communication support to provide a fully capable 
training site for Northern Edge and other service and joint 
exercises.
    Night Vision Equipment.--The Committee recommends an 
additional $45,000,000 for night vision equipment. The 
Committee agrees that the night vision equipment account shall 
be executed by the Army with priority interest given to the 
following items: AN/PEQ-2A, AN/PAC-4C Target Pointer 
Illuminator Aiming Lights (TPIAL), AN/PVS-7 NVD, 25mm I2 tubes, 
AN/PAS-13 Thermal Weapon Sight.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $8,662,655,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   7,963,858,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,426,499,000

    The Committee recommends $8,426,499,000, an increase of 
$462,641,000 to the budget request. This appropriation account 
finances the construction, procurement, production, 
modification, and modernization of aircraft, including ordnance 
systems, ground support equipment, flight simulators, spare 
parts, accessories, and specialized equipment; and expansion of 
public and private plants.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The Committee recommendation increases funds to purchase 
additional training aircraft, to procure additional AV-8B 
aircraft modifications, to purchase Marine Corps' night 
targeting systems, and to accelerate modifications of the 
Navy's P-3 surveillance warfare aircraft. The Committee's 
adjustments are reflected in the following tables and discussed 
in the text which follows.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
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             AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY

COMBAT AIRCRAFT:
    AV-8B (V/STOL)HARRIER (MYP).....................      10     226,646      14     302,196      +4     +75,550
    AV-8B (V/STOL)HARRIER (MYP) (AP-CY).............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
    F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP)................      42   2,818,553      42   2,775,953  ......     -42,600
    F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP) (AP-CY)........  ......     101,068  ......     101,068  ......  ..........
    V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)..............................      16   1,128,592      16   1,128,592  ......  ..........
    V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT) (AP-CY)......................  ......      79,858  ......      79,858  ......  ..........
    AH-1W (HELICOPTER) SEA COBRA....................  ......       2,452  ......       2,452  ......  ..........
    SH-60R..........................................       4     162,327       7     249,027      +3     +86,700
    E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP)..............       5     252,790       4     192,232      -1     -60,558
    E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP) (AP- CY).....  ......      68,082  ......      68,082  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT......................  ......   4,840,368  ......   4,899,460  ......     +59,092

AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
    CH-60S (MYP)....................................      15     165,071      18     227,846      +3     +62,775
    CH-60S (MYP) (AP-CY)............................  ......      80,411  ......      80,411  ......  ..........
    UC-35...........................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
    C-40A...........................................  ......  ..........       2     110,000      +2    +110,000
    VP-3 REPLACEMENT AIRCRAFT.......................       1      50,276  ......  ..........      -1     -50,276
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT.......................  ......     295,758  ......     418,257  ......    +122,499

TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
    T-45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK........................      12     268,579      15     317,779      +3     +49,200
    T-45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK (AP-CY)................  ......       5,142  ......       5,142  ......  ..........
    JPATS...........................................      21      74,372      24      81,372      +3      +7,000
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TRAINER AIRCRAFT.......................  ......     348,093  ......     404,293  ......     +56,200

OTHER AIRCRAFT: KC-130J.............................       2     154,818       3     229,418      +1     +74,600
MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT:
    EA-6 SERIES.....................................  ......     203,102  ......     186,302  ......     -16,800
    AV-8 SERIES.....................................  ......      40,639  ......      81,139  ......     +40,500
    F-14 SERIES.....................................  ......      30,481  ......      31,481  ......      +1,000
    ADVERSARY.......................................  ......       6,947  ......       6,947  ......  ..........
    F-18 SERIES.....................................  ......     212,614  ......     249,814  ......     +37,200
    H-46 SERIES.....................................  ......      16,556  ......      16,556  ......  ..........
    AH-1W SERIES....................................  ......       9,758  ......      13,758  ......      +4,000
    H-53 SERIES.....................................  ......      19,919  ......      25,119  ......      +5,200
    SH-60 SERIES....................................  ......      21,088  ......      23,888  ......      +2,800
    H-1 SERIES......................................  ......       2,642  ......      21,392  ......     +18,750
    H-3 SERIES......................................  ......          61  ......          61  ......  ..........
    EP-3 SERIES.....................................  ......      25,833  ......      30,833  ......      +5,000
    P-3 SERIES......................................  ......      60,710  ......     108,310  ......     +47,600
    S-3 SERIES......................................  ......      79,050  ......      79,050  ......  ..........
    E-2 SERIES......................................  ......      18,485  ......      18,485  ......  ..........
    TRAINER A/C SERIES..............................  ......      19,422  ......      19,422  ......  ..........
    C-2A............................................  ......       2,596  ......       2,596  ......  ..........
    C-130 SERIES....................................  ......       7,921  ......       7,921  ......  ..........
    FEWSG...........................................  ......         605  ......         605  ......  ..........
    CARGO/TRANSPORT A/C SERIES......................  ......       7,936  ......       7,936  ......  ..........
    E-6 SERIES......................................  ......      60,687  ......      60,687  ......  ..........
    EXECUTIVE HELICOPTERS SERIES....................  ......       7,632  ......       7,632  ......  ..........
    SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT........................  ......       4,134  ......       4,134  ......  ..........
    T-45 SERIES.....................................  ......       9,057  ......       9,057  ......  ..........
    POWER PLANT CHANGES.............................  ......      17,062  ......      17,062  ......  ..........
    COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT............................  ......      41,889  ......      41,889  ......  ..........
    COMMON AVIONICS CHANGES.........................  ......      71,620  ......      71,620  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT...............  ......     998,446  ......   1,143,696  ......    +145,250

AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR   ......     941,553  ......     941,553  ......  ..........
 PARTS..............................................
AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
    COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT.........................  ......     312,411  ......     315,411  ......      +3,000
    AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES..................  ......       8,642  ......       8,642  ......  ..........
    WAR CONSUMABLES.................................  ......      13,015  ......      15,015  ......      +2,000
    OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES........................  ......      37,088  ......      37,088  ......  ..........
    SPECIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.......................  ......      12,158  ......      12,158  ......  ..........
    FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION................  ......       1,508  ......       1,508  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND           ......     384,822  ......     389,822  ......      +5,000
       FACILITIES...................................
                                                     ===========================================================
      TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY.............  ......   7,963,858  ......   8,426,499  ......    +462,641
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AV-8B (V/STOL)HARRIER (MYP).....................................         226,646         302,196         +75,550
    Four (4) Additional AV-8B Modifications.....................  ..............          92,000         +92,000
    Non-recurring Cost..........................................  ..............         -12,011         -12,011
    Production Engineering Support Cost Growth..................  ..............          -4,439          -4,439
F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP)................................       2,818,553       2,775,953         -42,600
    Production Engineering Support Cost Growth..................  ..............         -13,000         -13,000
    Premature IDECM RFCM Production Quantities..................  ..............         -29,600         -29,600
SH-60R..........................................................         162,327         249,027         +86,700
    Three (3) Additional SH-60R Modifications...................  ..............          78,600         +78,600
    AQS-22 Airborne Low Frequency Sonar (ALFS)..................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
    Integrated Mechanical Diagnostic System (IMDS)..............  ..............           2,100          +2,100
E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP)..............................         252,790         192,232         -60,558
    Delete One (1) Aircraft Based on FMS........................  ..............         -50,558         -50,558
    GFE Electronics Cost Growth.................................  ..............         -10,000         -10,000
CH-60S (MYP)....................................................         165,071         227,846         +62,775
    Three (3) Additional CH-60 Helicopters......................  ..............          62,775         +62,775
C-40A...........................................................  ..............         110,000        +110,000
    Two (2) Aircraft............................................  ..............         110,000        +110,000
VP-3 REPLACEMENT AIRCRAFT.......................................          50,276  ..............         -50,276
T-45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK........................................         268,579         317,779         +49,200
    Three (3) Additional Aircraft...............................  ..............          49,200         +49,200
JPATS...........................................................          74,372          81,372          +7,000
    Three (3) Additional Aircraft...............................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
KC-130J.........................................................         154,818         229,418         +74,600
    One (1) Additional Aircraft.................................  ..............          74,600         +74,600
EA-6 SERIES.....................................................         203,102         186,302         -16,800
    Premature ICAP III Training System..........................  ..............         -16,800         -16,800
AV-8 SERIES.....................................................          40,639          81,139         +40,500
    Litening Targeting Pods.....................................  ..............          40,500         +40,500
F-14 SERIES.....................................................          30,481          31,481          +1,000
    RWR Antenna Replacement and System Enhancement..............  ..............           1,000          +1,000
F-18 SERIES.....................................................         212,614         249,814         +37,200
    ECP-583 Avionics Upgrade for Marine Corps...................  ..............          46,000         +46,000
    Premature ATFLIR Modifications and Installation Equipment...  ..............          -8,800          -8,800
AH-1W SERIES....................................................           9,758          13,758          +4,000
    Night Targeting System......................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
H-53 SERIES.....................................................          19,919          25,119          +5,200
    Integrated Mechanical Diagnostic System (IMDS)..............  ..............           5,200          +5,200
SH-60 SERIES....................................................          21,088          23,888          +2,800
    Integrated Mechanical Diagnostic System (IMDS)..............  ..............           2,800          +2,800
H-1 SERIES......................................................           2,642          21,392         +18,750
    AN/AAQ-22 Thermal Imaging System............................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    Reclaim/Restore seven (7) airframes.........................  ..............           8,750          +8,750
EP-3 SERIES.....................................................          25,833          30,833          +5,000
    Joint SIGINT Architecture Family MOD Program................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
P-3 SERIES......................................................          60,710         108,310         +47,600
    Four (4) ASUW Improvement Program (AIP) Kits................  ..............          44,100         +44,100
    CNS/ATM.....................................................  ..............           3,500          +3,500
COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT.........................................         312,411         315,411          +3,000
    Direct Support Squadron Readiness Training..................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
WAR CONSUMABLES.................................................          13,015          15,015          +2,000
    High Pressure Pure Air Generator............................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
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    F-14 Upgrade.--The recommendation includes an increase of 
$1,000,000 only for the procurement of F-14 radar warning 
receiver (RWR) antennas and system upgrades. The Committee has 
also included an increase of $1,000,000 only for development, 
integration and test costs associated with this project to 
replace the RWR antennas and to make other necessary 
modifications for improved F-14 RWR performance. The Committee 
has learned that simply replacing the current antennas with an 
existing antenna could improve the performance of the F-14 RWR 
and thus enhance the pilot's situation awareness in a threat 
environment. The Committee directs that the Navy proceed with 
this upgrade for all active duty F-14 aircraft.
    E-2C.--In fiscal year 1999, the Committee endorsed the E-2C 
multi-year procurement and fully funded the production program 
in fiscal year 1999 and fiscal year 2000. The Committee 
continues to support the Navy's E-2C inventory requirement, 
recognizing the essential contribution made by the E-2C to 
fleet operations. Other nations have also recognized the value 
of the E-2C, and recently three aircraft were purchased through 
the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.
    However, these FMS purchases combined with the DoD multi-
year procurement have the potential to disrupt the steady 
operations of the E-2C production line. Therefore, the 
Committee has deleted one E-2C aircraft from the fiscal year 
2001 request. This action, similar to the Air Force budget 
proposal to stabilize the C-17 production rate in light of 
international C-17 sales, will maintain a steady production 
rate for the E-2C. Further, this recommendation will 
potentially extend the life of the E-2C production line, giving 
the United States and its allies the opportunity to reevaluate 
future E-2C inventory requirements.

                       Weapons Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,383,413,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,434,250,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,571,650,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,571,650,000 
for the Navy's fiscal year 2001 ``Weapons procurement'' 
account, an increase of $137,400,000 to the budget request.
    This appropriation finances the construction, procurement, 
production, modification, and modernization of strategic and 
tactical missiles, torpedoes, other weapons, related support 
equipment (including spare parts and accessories), and the 
expansion of public and private plants.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY

BALLISTIC MISSILES:
    TRIDENT II......................................      12     433,932      12     433,932  ......  ..........
    TRIDENT II (AP-CY)..............................  ......      28,801  ......       9,501  ......     -19,300

    SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES: MISSILE         ......       1,232  ......       1,232  ......  ..........
     INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES..........................
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, BALLISTIC MISSILES...................  ......     463,965  ......     444,665  ......     -19,300

OTHER MISSILES:
    STRATEGIC MISSILES:
        ESSM........................................      36      40,001      36      40,001  ......  ..........
        TOMAHAWK....................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........

    TACTICAL MISSILES:
        AMRAAM......................................      75      38,943      75      38,943  ......  ..........
        JSOW........................................     636     171,624     636     206,624  ......     +35,000
        SLAM-ER.....................................      30      27,859      30      27,859  ......  ..........
        STANDARD MISSILE............................      86     170,365      86     170,365  ......  ..........
        RAM.........................................  ......      23,067  ......      23,067  ......  ..........
        HELLFIRE....................................  ......  ..........  ......      25,000  ......     +25,000
        PENGUIN.....................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        AERIAL TARGETS..............................  ......      58,891  ......      58,891  ......  ..........
        DRONES AND DECOYS...........................  ......  ..........  ......      20,000  ......     +20,000
        OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT.......................  ......      14,902  ......      14,902  ......  ..........

    MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:
        SIDEWINDER MODS.............................      63      27,532      63      27,532  ......  ..........
        HARM MODS...................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        STANDARD MISSILES MODS......................  ......      50,690  ......      50,690  ......  ..........

    SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
        WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES...............  ......      21,269  ......      29,469  ......      +8,200
        FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW-ON..............  ......     170,537  ......     170,537  ......  ..........
        FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW-ON (AP- CY).....  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........

    ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: ORDNANCE SUPPORT      ......       2,723  ......       2,723  ......  ..........
     EQUIPMENT......................................
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES.......................  ......     818,403  ......     906,603  ......     +88,200

TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT:
    TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP.: ASW TAR-  GETS....  ......       3,180  ......       3,180  ......  ..........

    MOD OF TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP:
        MK-46 TORPEDO MODS..........................  ......       7,141  ......       7,141  ......  ..........
        MK-48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS....................  ......      38,926  ......      40,926  ......      +2,000
        QUICKSTRIKE MINE............................  ......       1,960  ......       1,960  ......  ..........

    SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
        TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...................  ......      23,740  ......      23,740  ......  ..........
        ASW RANGE SUPPORT...........................  ......      14,955  ......      14,955  ......  ..........

    DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION: FIRST DESTINATION     ......       1,842  ......       1,842  ......  ..........
     TRANSPORTATION.................................
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP-  MENT.....  ......      91,744  ......      93,744  ......      +2,000

OTHER WEAPONS:
    GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS: SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS.....  ......         909  ......       2,409  ......      +1,500

    MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS:
        CIWS MODS...................................  ......         964  ......      30,964  ......     +30,000
        5/54 GUN MOUNT MODS.........................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        MK-45 GUN MOUNT MODS........................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        MK-75 76MM GUN MOUNT MODS...................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        GUN MOUNT MODS..............................  ......       4,779  ......      34,779  ......     +30,000
        MODS LESS THAN $2 MILLION...................  ......  ..........  ......       5,000  ......      +5,000
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS......................  ......       6,652  ......      73,152  ......     +66,500

SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR  PARTS....  ......      53,486  ......      53,486  ......  ..........
                                                     ===========================================================
      TOTAL, WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY..............  ......   1,434,250  ......   1,571,650  ......    +137,400
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Trident II (AP-CY)..............................................          28,801           9,501         -19,300
JSOW............................................................         171,624         206,624         +35,000
Hellfire II.....................................................  ..............          25,000         +25,000
DRONES AND DECOYS...............................................  ..............          20,000         +20,000
    ITALD.......................................................  ..............          20,000         +20,000
WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES...................................          21,269          29,469          +8,200
    ABL Facility Restoration....................................  ..............           8,200          +8,200
MK-48 Torpedo ADCAP MODS........................................          38,926          40,926          +2,000
    MK-48 ADCAP Torpedo.........................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS..........................................             909           2,409          +1,500
    MK 43 machine gun conversion................................  ..............           1,500          +1,500
CIWS MODS.......................................................             964          30,964         +30,000
    CIWS........................................................  ..............          30,000         +30,000
GUN MOUNT MODS..................................................           4,779          34,779         +30,000
    MK-45 Mod 4 Guns............................................  ..............          30,000         +30,000
MODS UNDER $2 MILLION...........................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    SMAW Common Pratice Round...................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
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    Aerial Targets.--The budget request contains $58,900,000 
for aerial targets, of which $27,200,000 was for procurement of 
a BQM-74 type aerial target system. The Committee is aware of 
the Navy's plan to conduct a competition in fiscal year 2001 to 
develop and procure the T-21 target system to satisfy future 
weapon system test and evaluation and training requirements. 
The Committee has learned of the Navy's plan to conduct a 
competition for replacing the existing BQM-74 target system 
which does not seem prudent from either a cost effectiveness or 
technological perspective. Furthermore, the Navy has already 
invested in a substantial logistics infrastructure for the BQM-
74 to support its five operating sites. To avoid the costs 
associated with qualifying a different target system and 
establishing a new infrastructure merely to support an interim 
target, the Committee directs the Navy to continue to procure 
the BQM-74 target until the next generation target becomes 
operational.

            Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $525,200,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     429,649,000
Committee recommendation................................     471,749,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $471,749,000 
for Navy and Marine Corps ammunition for fiscal year 2001. This 
is $42,100,000 above the President's budget request.
    This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition, 
ammunition modernization, and ammunition-related material for 
the Navy and Marine Corps.

                     committee recommended programs

    The following table details the Committee recommendation in 
comparison with the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Senate
                                                              Budget              Senate               compared
                                                     Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance    Qty.     to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY AND MARINE CORPS

PROC AMMO, NAVY:
    NAVY AMMUNITION:
        GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS.....................  ......      63,157  ......      63,157  ........  ..........
        JDAM......................................     672      24,390     672      24,390  ........  ..........
        2.75 INCH ROCKETS.........................  ......  ..........  ......       9,600  ........      +9,600
        AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES...............  ......      11,508  ......      11,508  ........  ..........
        MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION....................  ......       5,230  ......      11,730  ........      +6,500
        PRACTICE BOMBS............................  ......      50,600  ......      65,600  ........     +15,000
        CARTRIDGES AND CART ACTUATED DEVICES......  ......      26,461  ......      26,461  ........  ..........
        AIRCRAFT ESCAPE ROCKETS...................  ......      10,635  ......      10,635  ........  ..........
        AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES............  ......      39,293  ......      44,293  ........      +5,000
        JATOS.....................................  ......       4,995  ......       4,995  ........  ..........
        5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION..................  ......      14,948  ......      14,948  ........  ..........
        EXTENDED RANGE GUIDED MUNITIONS (ERGM)....  ......       5,723  ......       5,723  ........  ..........
        76MM GUN AMMUNITION.......................  ......       8,733  ......       8,733  ........  ..........
        OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION.................  ......       5,176  ......       5,176  ........  ..........
        SMALL ARMS AND LANDING PARTY  AMMO........  ......       8,745  ......       8,745  ........  ..........
        PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION................  ......       6,378  ......       6,378  ........  ..........
        MINE NEUTRALIZATION DEVICES...............  ......       7,317  ......       7,317  ........  ..........
        AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5 MILLION...........  ......       1,343  ......       1,343  ........  ..........
        CAWCF CLOSURE COSTS.......................  ......       1,300  ......       1,300  ........  ..........
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, PROC AMMO, NAVY..................  ......     295,932  ......     332,032  ........     +36,100

PROC AMMO, MC:
    MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION:
        5.56 MM, ALL TYPES........................  ......      23,456  ......      23,456  ........  ..........
        7.62 MM, ALL TYPES........................  ......       2,039  ......       2,039  ........  ..........
        LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES.................  ......      40,945  ......      44,945  ........      +4,000
        .50 CALIBER...............................  ......       7,637   8,637       8,637    +8,637      +1,000
        40 MM, ALL TYPES..........................  ......       2,034  ......       3,034  ........      +1,000
        60 MM, ALL TYPES..........................  ......         688  ......         688  ........  ..........
        81 MM, ALL TYPES..........................  ......       4,981  ......       4,981  ........  ..........
        120 MM, ALL TYPES.........................  ......       7,633  ......       7,633  ........  ..........
        CTG 25 MM, ALL TYPES......................  ......       3,931  ......       3,931  ........  ..........
        9 MM ALL TYPES............................  ......       2,657  ......       2,657  ........  ..........
        GRENADES, ALL TYPES.......................  ......       8,358  ......       8,358  ........  ..........
        STINGER SLEP..............................  ......       3,925  ......       3,925  ........  ..........
        ROCKETS, ALL TYPES........................  ......       1,592  ......       1,592  ........  ..........
        ARTILLERY, ALL TYPES......................  ......         322  ......         322  ........  ..........
        DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES...........  ......       9,638  ......       9,638  ........  ..........
        FUZE, ALL TYPES...........................  ......         249  ......         249  ........  ..........
        NON LETHALS...............................  ......       4,480  ......       4,480  ........  ..........
        AMMO MODERNIZATION........................  ......       6,900  ......       6,900  ........  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION................  ......         952  ......         952  ........  ..........
        CAWCF CLOSURE COSTS.......................  ......       1,300  ......       1,300  ........  ..........
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, PROC AMMO, MC....................  ......     133,717  ......     139,717  ........      +6,000
                                                   =============================================================
          TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY AND      ......     429,649  ......     471,749  ........     +42,100
           MARINE CORPS...........................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2.75 INCH ROCKETS...............................................  ..............           9,600          +9,600
    Hydra Rockets...............................................  ..............           9,600          +9,600
MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION..........................................           5,230          11,730          +6,500
    PGU-28/M793.................................................  ..............           6,500          +6,500
PRACTICE BOMBS..................................................          50,600          65,600         +15,000
    Laser Guided Training Round.................................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES..................................          39,293          44,293          +5,000
    MJU-52B.....................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES.......................................          40,945          44,945          +4,000
    Anti-Personnel Obstacle Breaching System....................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
.50 CALIBER.....................................................           7,637           8,637          +1,000
    .50 Cal. SLAP...............................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
40 MM, ALL TYPES................................................           2,034           3,034          +1,000
    M430 HEDP...................................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
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                   Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $7,053,454,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  12,296,919,000
Committee recommendation................................  11,612,090,000

    The Committee recommends $11,612,090,000, a decrease of 
$684,829,000 to the budget request. This appropriation finances 
the construction; acquisition; and conversion of vessels, 
including armor and armament; plant equipment, appliances, and 
machine tools for production plants and facilities; procurement 
of long leadtime items; and detail design of vessels.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                       Senate
                                                              Budget              Senate             compared to
                                                     Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.      budget
                                                                                                      estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

         SHIPBUILDING AND CONVERSION, NAVY

OTHER WARSHIPS:
    CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM...................       1   4,053,653       1   4,053,653  ......  ............
    CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (AP-CY)...........  ......      21,869  ......      21,869  ......  ............
    NEW SSN.......................................       1   1,203,012       1   1,203,012  ......  ............
    NEW SSN (AP-CY)...............................  ......     508,222  ......     508,222  ......  ............
    CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS.......................  ......     703,441  ......     703,441  ......  ............
    CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY)...............  ......      25,000  ......      25,000  ......  ............
    SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS.................       1     210,414       1     210,414  ......  ............
    SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY).........  ......      72,277  ......      72,277  ......  ............
    DDG-51 (MYP)..................................       3   2,713,559       3   2,713,559  ......  ............
    DDG-51 (MYP) (AP-CY)..........................  ......     356,843  ......     500,000  ......      +143,157
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS.......................  ......   9,868,290  ......  10,011,447  ......      +143,157

AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS:
    LHD-1 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP (AP-CY).........  ......  ..........  ......     460,000  ......      +460,000
    LPD-17........................................       2   1,489,286  ......  ..........      -2    -1,489,286
    LDP-17 PROGRAM COST GROWTH....................  ......  ..........  ......     285,000  ......      +285,000
    LPD-17 (AP-CY)................................  ......      20,700  ......     200,000  ......      +179,300
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS.....................  ......   1,509,986  ......     945,000  ......      -564,986

AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM:
    ADC(X)........................................       1     338,951       1     338,951  ......  ............
    OUTFITTING....................................  ......     301,077  ......     301,077  ......  ............
    LCAC SLEP.....................................       1      15,615       1      15,615  ......  ............
    COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS........  ......     263,000  ......  ..........  ......      -263,000
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR     ......     918,643  ......     655,643  ......      -263,000
       PROGRAM....................................
                                                   =============================================================
      TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING AND CONVERSION, NAVY....  ......  12,296,919  ......  11,612,090  ......      -684,829
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DDG-51..........................................................         356,843         500,000        +143,157
    Advance Procurement.........................................  ..............         143,157        +143,157
LHD-1 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP (MYP).............................  ..............         460,000        +460,000
    LHD-8.......................................................  ..............         460,000        +460,000
LPD-17..........................................................       1,489,286         285,000      -1,204,286
    Program Cost Growth.........................................  ..............         285,000        +285,000
LPD-17 Advance Procurement......................................          20,700         200,000        +179,300
COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS..........................         263,000  ..............        -263,000
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    LPD-17 program.--The LPD-17 program has experienced 
significant cost growth and schedule delay. The Navy's current 
estimate on cost growth is $285,000,000 on the first four ships 
with a schedule delay of 10 months on the lead ship. The 
Committee believes these estimates to be very conservative and 
understands that the Office of the Secretary of Defense's 
estimates are higher. Due to these schedule and cost 
challenges, the Committee has deferred the two LPD-17 class 
ships included in the budget request. The Committee endorses 
the Marine Corps requirement for 12 LPD-17 class ships. 
However, not unlike the C-17 and the THAAD missile programs, 
the Committee believes that a pause in procurement will allow 
the Navy and the contractors the time to complete the ship 
design and develop a credible construction plan that will 
control costs and maintain schedule. The Committee has included 
$285,000,000 for LPD-17 program cost growth and $200,000,000 in 
advance procurement for two LPD-17 class ships in fiscal year 
2002.
    The Committee has also included a provision that provides 
the authority for the Secretary of the Navy to award production 
contracts for LPD-21 and LPD-22 which shall be funded on an 
incremental basis.
    Shipbuilding Transfers.--The Committee has included a 
provision which provides the Secretary of the Navy the 
authority to transfer $300,000,000 from Department of the Navy 
appropriations to any Navy ship construction appropriation in 
order to liquidate necessary ship cost changes for previous 
ship construction programs. The Committee directs that these 
funds be allocated for the following requirements:

Virginia Class Submarine................................    $119,000,000
CVN.....................................................      87,000,000
DDG-51..................................................      17,000,000

                        Other Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $4,320,238,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   3,334,611,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,400,180,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,400,180,000 
for the Navy's fiscal year 2001 ``Other procurement'' account, 
an increase of $65,569,000 from the budget request.
    This appropriation finances the procurement of major 
equipment and weapons other than ships, aircraft, missiles, 
torpedoes, and guns. Equipment ranges from the latest 
electronic sensors for updating of naval forces to trucks, 
training equipment, and spare parts.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
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               OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY

SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT:
        LM-2500 GAS TURBINE.........................  ......       6,995  ......       6,995  ......  ..........
        ALLISON 501K GAS TURBINE....................  ......       6,257  ......       6,257  ......  ..........
    PROPELLERS: SUBMARINE PROPELLERS................  ......       3,757  ......       3,757  ......  ..........
    NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT  ......      33,425  ......      48,425  ......     +15,000
    UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT: UNDERWAY        ......       9,120  ......       9,120  ......  ..........
     REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT........................
    PERISCOPES: SUB PERISCOPES AND IMAGING EQUIP....  ......      18,998  ......      18,998  ......  ..........
    OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT:
        FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT......................  ......      16,837  ......      16,837  ......  ..........
        COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCHBOARD.............  ......      10,486  ......      10,486  ......  ..........
        POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT.................  ......      47,805  ......      47,805  ......  ..........
        SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.................  ......      11,419  ......      11,419  ......  ..........
        SUBMARINE BATTERIES.........................  ......      12,387  ......      12,387  ......  ..........
        STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP............  ......       6,206  ......       6,206  ......  ..........
        DSSP EQUIPMENT..............................  ......       5,356  ......       5,356  ......  ..........
        LCAC........................................  ......       3,559  ......       3,559  ......  ..........
        MINESWEEPING EQUIPMENT......................  ......      16,589  ......      16,589  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......      58,851  ......      63,351  ......      +4,500
        SURFACE IMA.................................  ......       2,010  ......       2,010  ......  ..........
        SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM...............  ......       4,852  ......       4,852  ......  ..........
    REACTOR PLANT EQUIPMENT: REACTOR COMPONENTS.....  ......     203,365  ......     203,365  ......  ..........
    OCEAN ENGINEERING:
        DIVING AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT................  ......       5,649  ......       5,649  ......  ..........
        EOD UNDERWATER EQUIPMENT....................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
    SMALL BOATS: STANDARD BOATS.....................  ......       2,696  ......       2,696  ......  ..........
    TRAINING EQUIPMENT: OTHER SHIPS TRAINING          ......       3,302  ......       3,302  ......  ..........
     EQUIPMENT......................................
    PRODUCTION FACILITIES EQUIPMENT: OPERATING        ......       2,689  ......       2,689  ......  ..........
     FORCES IPE.....................................
    OTHER SHIP SUPPORT: NUCLEAR ALTERATIONS.........  ......      80,870  ......      80,870  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT............  ......     573,480  ......     592,980  ......     +19,500

COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
    SHIP RADARS:
        AN/SPS-49...................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        RADAR SUPPORT...............................  ......  ..........  ......       8,000  ......      +8,000
        TISS........................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
    SHIP SONARS:
        AN/SQQ-89 SURF ASW COMBAT SYSTEM............  ......      14,291  ......      14,291  ......  ..........
        SSN ACOUSTICS...............................  ......     106,647  ......     106,647  ......  ..........
        SURFACE SONAR WINDOWS AND DOME..............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..........  ......         847  ......         847  ......  ..........
        SONAR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.....................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        SONAR SWITCHES AND TRANSDUCERS..............  ......      10,726  ......      10,726  ......  ..........
    ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
        SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYSTEM...........  ......      10,697  ......      10,697  ......  ..........
        FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM...................  ......      29,869  ......      29,869  ......  ..........
        SURTASS.....................................  ......       5,516  ......       5,516  ......  ..........
        ASW OPERATIONS CENTER.......................  ......       6,213  ......       6,213  ......  ..........
    ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT:
        AN/SLQ-32...................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        INFORMATION WARFARE SYSTEMS.................  ......       3,901  ......       3,901  ......  ..........
    RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT:
        SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT........................  ......      61,524  ......      61,524  ......  ..........
        COMMON HIGH BANDWIDTH DATA LINK.............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
    SUBMARINE SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT: SUBMARINE       ......      17,316  ......      17,316  ......  ..........
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT PROG.........................
    OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
        NAVY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM...................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY...........  ......      15,853  ......      15,853  ......  ..........
        GCCS-M EQUIPMENT AFLOAT.....................  ......      37,427  ......      37,427  ......  ..........
        NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM         ......      46,692  ......      46,692  ......  ..........
         (NTCSS)....................................
        ATDLS.......................................  ......      19,153  ......      19,153  ......  ..........
        MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT.............  ......       8,989  ......      13,989  ......      +5,000
        SHALLOW WATER MCM...........................  ......      16,863  ......      16,863  ......  ..........
        NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS (SPACE)...............  ......       9,607  ......       9,607  ......  ..........
        ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV...................  ......       9,046  ......       9,046  ......  ..........
        STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP............  ......      15,356  ......      15,356  ......  ..........
    TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
        OTHER SPAWAR TRAINING EQUIPMENT.............  ......       1,341  ......       1,341  ......  ..........
        OTHER TRAINING EQUIPMENT....................  ......      21,390  ......      21,390  ......  ..........
    AVIATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
        MATCALS.....................................  ......       4,294  ......       4,294  ......  ..........
        SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL...............  ......       7,945  ......      11,945  ......      +4,000
        AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM............  ......      18,510  ......      18,510  ......  ..........
        NATIONAL AIR SPACE SYSTEM...................  ......      30,549  ......      30,549  ......  ..........
        AIR STATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...............  ......       6,705  ......       6,705  ......  ..........
        MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM....................  ......       5,124  ......       5,124  ......  ..........
        FACSFAC.....................................  ......       4,315  ......       4,315  ......  ..........
        ID SYSTEMS..................................  ......      14,280  ......      14,280  ......  ..........
        SURFACE IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS..............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        TAC A/C MISSION PLANNING SYS (TAMPS)........  ......      11,980  ......      11,980  ......  ..........
    OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
        GCCS-M EQUIPMENT ASHORE.....................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        TADIX-B.....................................  ......          32  ......          32  ......  ..........
        NAVAL SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM.............  ......       2,735  ......       2,735  ......  ..........
        GCCS-M EQUIPMENT TACTICAL/MOBILE............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        COMMON IMAGERY GROUND SURFACE SYSTEMS.......  ......      47,022  ......      47,022  ......  ..........
        RADIAC......................................  ......       8,308  ......       8,308  ......  ..........
        GPETE.......................................  ......       7,356  ......       7,356  ......  ..........
        INTEG COMBAT SYSTEM TEST FACILITY...........  ......       4,421  ......       4,421  ......  ..........
        EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION.................  ......       5,378  ......       5,378  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       4,889  ......       4,889  ......  ..........
    SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS:
        SHIPBOARD TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS...........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION..............  ......     185,143  ......     185,143  ......  ..........
        SHIP COMM ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER $5M..............  ......      30,909  ......      30,909  ......  ..........
    SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS:
        SHORE LF/VLF COMMUNICATIONS.................  ......      31,433  ......      31,433  ......  ..........
        SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT...........  ......      77,957  ......      77,957  ......  ..........
    SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:
        SATCOM SHIP TERMINALS (SPACE)...............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS............  ......     252,695  ......     227,695  ......     -25,000
        SATCOM SHORE TERMINALS (SPACE)..............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
    SHORE COMMUNICATIONS:
        JCS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT................  ......       2,460  ......       2,460  ......  ..........
        NSIPS.......................................  ......       1,785  ......       1,785  ......  ..........
        JEDMICS.....................................  ......  ..........  ......       4,000  ......      +4,000
        NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS..................  ......     176,132  ......     161,732  ......     -14,400
    CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT: INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY    ......      46,563  ......      49,563  ......      +3,000
     PROGRAM (ISSP).................................
    CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT:
        SPECIAL DCP.................................  ......      14,964  ......      14,964  ......  ..........
        CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP............  ......      17,188  ......      17,188  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS       ......   1,490,336  ......   1,474,936  ......     -15,400
           EQUIPMENT................................

AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    SONOBUOYS:
        PASSIVE SONOBUOYS (NON-BEAM FORM-  ING).....  ......  ..........  ......       3,000  ......      +3,000
        AN/SSQ-57 (SPECIAL PURPOSE).................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        AN/SSQ-62 (DICASS)..........................  ......  ..........  ......       3,000  ......      +3,000
        AN/SSQ-101 (ADAR)...........................  ......  ..........  ......       3,000  ......      +3,000
        SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES........................  ......      49,466  ......      49,466  ......  ..........
        MISCELLANEOUS SONOBUOYS LESS THAN $5 MILLION  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
    AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
        WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.............  ......      15,125  ......      25,125  ......     +10,000
        PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE.......................  ......  ..........  ......      10,500  ......     +10,500
        EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELDS.....................  ......       3,304  ......       3,304  ......  ..........
        AIRCRAFT REARMING EQUIPMENT.................  ......      10,676  ......      10,676  ......  ..........
        AIRCRAFT LAUNCH AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT......  ......      36,433  ......      36,433  ......  ..........
        METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT....................  ......      30,860  ......      30,860  ......  ..........
        OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT................  ......       1,682  ......       1,682  ......  ..........
        AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT.......................  ......      20,374  ......      30,274  ......      +9,900
        AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES...............  ......      32,084  ......      32,084  ......  ..........
        OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT............  ......       4,928  ......      21,928  ......     +17,000
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.........  ......     204,932  ......     261,332  ......     +56,400

ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    SHIP GUN SYSTEM EQUIPMENT: GUN FIRE CONTROL       ......      18,287  ......      18,287  ......  ..........
     EQUIPMENT......................................
    SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT:
        NATO SEASPARROW.............................  ......      21,716  ......      21,716  ......  ..........
        RAM GMLS....................................  ......      37,309  ......      37,309  ......  ..........
        SHIP SELF DEFENSE SYSTEM....................  ......       9,352  ......       9,352  ......  ..........
        AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.....................  ......      36,848  ......      19,348  ......     -17,500
        SURFACE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..........  ......      70,562  ......      70,562  ......  ..........
        SUBMARINE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIP............  ......       2,883  ......       2,883  ......  ..........
        VERTICAL LAUNCH SYSTEMS.....................  ......       6,982  ......       6,982  ......  ..........
    FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
        STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP............  ......       2,901  ......       2,901  ......  ..........
        STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIP.............  ......     166,619  ......     166,619  ......  ..........
        ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM..............  ......      33,814  ......      38,114  ......      +4,300
    ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
        SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS..................  ......      20,896  ......      20,896  ......  ..........
        SUBMARINE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.............  ......       3,978  ......       3,978  ......  ..........
        SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...............  ......       6,269  ......      13,269  ......      +7,000
        ASW RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.................  ......       6,904  ......       6,904  ......  ..........
    OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
        EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP...........  ......       7,525  ......       7,525  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       5,613  ......       5,613  ......  ..........
    OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE:
        SURFACE TRAINING DEVICE MODS................  ......       7,941  ......       7,941  ......  ..........
        SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS..............  ......      31,557  ......      34,057  ......      +2,500
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.........  ......     497,956  ......     494,256  ......      -3,700

CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    ARMORED SEDANS..................................       1         197  ......  ..........      -1        -197
    PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES.....................       3          94       3          60  ......         -34
    GENERAL PURPOSE TRUCKS..........................  ......       1,004  ......       1,004  ......  ..........
    CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE EQUIP..............  ......       6,238  ......       6,238  ......  ..........
    FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT.........................  ......       2,477  ......       2,477  ......  ..........
    TACTICAL VEHICLES...............................  ......      10,458  ......      20,458  ......     +10,000
    AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT............................  ......      51,615  ......      51,615  ......  ..........
    POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT.....................  ......      22,154  ......      22,154  ......  ..........
    ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION......................  ......       3,433  ......       3,433  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT....  ......      97,670  ......     107,439  ......      +9,769

SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT....................  ......       7,646  ......       7,646  ......  ..........
    OTHER SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..................  ......       5,196  ......       5,196  ......  ..........
    FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION................  ......       4,081  ......       4,081  ......  ..........
    SPECIAL PURPOSE SUPPLY SYSTEMS..................  ......     144,885  ......     144,885  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...............  ......     161,808  ......     161,808  ......  ..........

PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    TRAINING DEVICES: TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT....  ......       1,562  ......       1,562  ......  ..........
    COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
        COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...................  ......      15,592  ......      15,592  ......  ..........
        EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.................  ......       2,076  ......       4,076  ......      +2,000
        MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...................  ......       7,386  ......       7,386  ......  ..........
        INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..............  ......      15,993  ......      19,993  ......      +4,000
        OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..........  ......      25,003  ......      25,003  ......  ..........
        ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.............  ......      22,247  ......      15,247  ......      -7,000
        PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT.................  ......       9,629  ......       9,629  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT        ......      99,488  ......      98,488  ......      -1,000
           EQUIPMENT................................

    SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.  ......     208,941  ......     208,941  ......  ..........
                                                     ===========================================================
        TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY..............  ......   3,334,611  ......   3,400,180  ......     +65,569
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT......................................          33,425          48,425         +15,000
    WSN-7B......................................................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
    MSC Thermal Imaging System..................................  ..............           8,000          +8,000
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION......................................          58,851          63,351          +4,500
    Integrated Condition Assessment System......................  ..............           4,500          +4,500
RADAR SUPPORT...................................................  ..............           8,000          +8,000
    Surface Search Radar AN/SPS-73..............................  ..............           8,000          +8,000
MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT.................................           8,989          13,989          +5,000
    High Resolution Multibeam Side Scanner......................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL...................................           7,945          11,945          +4,000
    Air Traffic Control On-Board Training Devices...............  ..............           4,000          +4,000
SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS................................         252,695         227,695         -25,000
    Premature equipment purchase................................  ..............         -25,000         -25,000
JEDMICS.........................................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    JEDMICS.....................................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS......................................         176,132         161,732         -14,400
    Redundant systems...........................................  ..............         -14,400         -14,400
INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM (ISSP)............................          46,563          49,563          +3,000
    Secure Terminal Equipment...................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
PASSIVE SONOBUOYS (NON-BEAM FORMING)............................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
AN/SSQ-62 (DICASS)..............................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
AN/SSQ-101 (ADAR)...............................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.................................          15,125          25,125         +10,000
    Joint Tactical Combat Training System.......................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Rotational Training Range Upgrade...........................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.........................  ..............          10,500         +10,500
    General support.............................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Mobile Remote Emitter System................................  ..............           7,500          +7,500
AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT...........................................          20,374          30,274          +9,900
    AN/AVS-9....................................................  ..............           9,900          +9,900
OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT................................           4,928          21,928         +17,000
    Joint Tactical Data Integration.............................  ..............          17,000         +17,000
AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.........................................          36,848          19,348         -17,500
ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM..................................          33,814          38,114          +4,300
    NULKA.......................................................  ..............           4,300          +4,300
SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...................................           6,269          13,269          +7,000
    Surface Vessel Torpedo Tubes................................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS..................................          31,557          34,057          +2,500
    Data Management and Conversion..............................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
ARMORED SEDANS..................................................             197  ..............            -197
PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES.....................................              94              60             -34
    Excessive growth............................................  ..............             -34             -34
TACTICAL VEHICLES...............................................          10,458          20,458         +10,000
    MTVR Trucks.................................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.....................................           2,076           4,076          +2,000
    Armed Forces Recruiting Kiosks..............................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..................................          15,993          19,993          +4,000
    Cryptology Readiness Training Support: Signalworks..........  ..............           4,000          +4,000
ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.................................          22,247          15,447          -7,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Other navigation equipment.--The Committee recommends an 
additional $7,000,000 for the procurement and installation of 
additional AN/WSN-7 navigation sets. The Committee also 
recommends an increase of $8,000,000 for the procurement of the 
Navy's Military Sealift Command thermal imaging technology for 
use in improved ship navigation and force protection of the MSC 
fleet.
    Items less than $5,000,000.--The Committee recommends an 
additional $4,500,000 for procurement and installation of the 
integrated condition assessment system (ICAS) for ships.
    Naval Shore Communications.--The Committee is concerned 
that the construction of these facilities is premature prior to 
a decision by the Navy and Marine Corps as to what the fielding 
schedule will be for the NMCI. These facilities may be unneeded 
after a determination by the Department of the Navy and any 
construction prior to a decision regarding NMCI may prove to be 
redundant and duplicative of ongoing commercial entities. 
Accordingly, the Committee recommends a reduction of sites in 
the Caribbean, Far East and European regions and a reduction of 
$14,400,000 in fiscal year 2001 funding.
    Pacific Missile Range Support Equipment.--The Committee 
recommends $10,500,000 for a new program to support the Pacific 
Missile Range Facility (PMRF). The Committee notes that several 
million dollars in enhancements to tracking instrumentation at 
the PMRF have been made in recent years to ensure adequate 
testing of the Navy Theater Ballistic Missile Defense program 
and other on-going programs at the range. With the development 
and installation of this equipment comes a requirement for 
software documentation, drawings, and integration into the PMRF 
instrumentation suite. In addition, many of the enhancements 
require environmental, electronic emissions and other site 
analyses. The recommendation includes $3,000,000 for this 
purpose and $7,500,000 for the purchase of a Mobile Remote 
Emitter System. The Committee directs that this funding shall 
be managed and executed directly by PMRF.

                       Procurement, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,300,920,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,171,935,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,196,368,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,196,368,000 
for the ``Procurement, Marine Corps'' account for fiscal year 
2001, an increase of $24,433,000 to the budget request.
    This appropriation provides the Marine Corps with funds for 
the procurement, delivery, and modification of missiles, 
armament, communication equipment, tracked combat and wheeled 
vehicles, and various support equipment.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS

WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES:
    TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
        AAV7A1 PIP.................................      170      83,372     170      83,372  ......  ..........
        RAPID ACQUISITION PROGRAM..................  .......       4,930  ......  ..........  ......      -4,930
        LAV PIP....................................  .......       1,709  ......       1,709  ......  ..........
        IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (IRV)............       16      42,623      16      42,623  ......  ..........
        MODIFICATION KITS (TRKD VEH)...............  .......      20,815  ......      20,815  ......  ..........

    ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS:
        MOD KITS (ARTILLERY).......................  .......       3,891  ......       3,891  ......  ..........
        MARINE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM.................  .......       6,413  ......       8,413  ......      +2,000
        WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES LESS THAN $5     .......         415  ......         415  ......  ..........
         MILLION...................................

    WEAPONS: 155 MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER.....  .......      11,105  ......      11,105  ......  ..........

    OTHER SUPPORT: OPERATIONS OTHER THAN  WAR......  .......       1,347  ......       1,347  ......  ..........
                                                    ------------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES.........  .......     176,620  ......     173,690  ......      -2,930

GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT:
    GUIDED MISSILES:
        JAVELIN (MYP)..............................      293      29,119     293      29,119  ......  ..........
        PEDESTAL MOUNTED STINGER (PMS).............  .......      10,550  ......      10,550  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION.................  .......         949  ......         949  ......  ..........
        PREDATOR (SRAW)............................      698      43,355     698      43,355  ......  ..........

    OTHER SUPPORT: MODIFICATION KITS...............  .......       3,598  ......       3,598  ......  ..........
                                                    ------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT.........  .......      87,571  ......      87,571  ......  ..........

COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
    REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT:
        AUTO TEST EQUIP SYS........................  .......       4,714  ......       4,714  ......  ..........
        GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIP......  .......       8,241  ......       8,241  ......  ..........

    INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
        INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.............  .......      11,960  ......      11,960  ......  ..........
        MOD KITS (INTEL)...........................  .......       5,041  ......       5,041  ......  ..........
        ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION (INTELL)............  .......         402  ......         402  ......  ..........

    REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL): GENERAL     .......       4,676  ......       4,676  ......  ..........
     PURPOSE MECHANICAL TMDE.......................

    OTHER COMM/ELEC EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL): NIGHT       .......      14,351  ......      22,051  ......      +7,700
     VISION EQUIPMENT..............................

    OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL):
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (COMM AND ELEC).  .......       8,320  ......       8,320  ......  ..........
        COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES..................  .......      80,656  ......      80,656  ......  ..........
        COMMAND POST SYSTEMS.......................  .......       9,507  ......      14,507  ......      +5,000
        MANEUVER C2 SYSTEMS........................  .......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        RADIO SYSTEMS..............................  .......       3,097  ......      17,497  ......     +14,400
        COMM SWITCHING AND CONTROL SYS-  TEMS......  .......       3,152  ......       3,152  ......  ..........
        COMM AND ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT.......  .......      80,564  ......      80,564  ......  ..........
        MOD KITS MAGTF C41.........................  .......       7,484  ......       7,484  ......  ..........
        AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS..................  .......       3,152  ......       3,152  ......  ..........
        INTELLIGENCE C2 SYSTEMS....................  .......      14,666  ......      14,666  ......  ..........
        FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM........................  .......      12,343  ......      12,343  ......  ..........
                                                    ------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS      .......     272,326  ......     299,426  ......     +27,100
           EQUIPMENT...............................

SUPPORT VEHICLES:
    ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES:
        COMMERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES..............       33       1,397      33         660  ......        -737
        COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES..................  .......      23,368  ......      23,368  ......  ..........

    TACTICAL VEHICLES:
        5/4T TRUCK HMMWV (MYP).....................    1,859     124,448   1,859     124,448  ......  ..........
        MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE REPLACEMENT (MYP)..    2,027     325,582   2,027     325,582  ......  ..........

    OTHER SUPPORT: ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MIL-  LION...  .......      12,684  ......      12,684  ......  ..........
                                                    ------------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, SUPPORT VEHICLES....................  .......     487,479  ......     486,742  ......        -737

ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT:
    ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL EQUIP ASSORT.............  .......       3,809  ......       3,809  ......  ..........
    BULK LIQUID EQUIPMENT..........................  .......       2,704  ......       2,704  ......  ..........
    TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS..........................  .......       7,651  ......       7,651  ......  ..........
    DEMOLITION SUPPORT SYSTEMS.....................  .......         655  ......         655  ......  ..........
    POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED.......................  .......       9,325  ......       9,325  ......  ..........
    SHOP EQ CONTACT MAINTENANCE (SECM).............  .......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........

    MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
        COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..................  .......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT................  .......       5,317  ......       5,317  ......  ..........
        GARRISON MOBILE ENGR EQUIP.................  .......       5,741  ......       5,741  ......  ..........
        MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP....................  .......      36,311  ......      36,311  ......  ..........
        FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION...........  .......       5,846  ......       5,846  ......  ..........

    GENERAL PROPERTY:
        FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT....................  .......       1,914  ......       1,914  ......  ..........
        TRAINING DEVICES...........................  .......      30,791  ......      30,791  ......  ..........
        CONTAINER FAMILY...........................  .......       6,902  ......       6,902  ......  ..........

    OTHER SUPPORT:
        MODIFICATION KITS..........................  .......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION.................  .......       5,591  ......       6,591  ......      +1,000
        CANCELLED ACCOUNT ADJUSTMENT (M)...........  .......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
                                                    ------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT......  .......     122,557  ......     123,557  ......      +1,000

SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS....  .......      25,382  ......      25,382  ......  ..........
                                                    ============================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS.............  .......   1,171,935  ......   1,196,368  ......     +24,433
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
RAPID ACQUISITION PROGRAM.......................................           4,930  ..............          -4,930
MARINE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM......................................           6,413           8,413          +2,000
    Bayonets....................................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT..........................................          14,351          22,051          +7,700
    INOD........................................................  ..............           2,700          +2,700
    AN/PEQ-2A...................................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Borelight...................................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
    M203 Tilting Bracket........................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
COMMAND POST SYSTEMS............................................           9,507          14,507          +5,000
    ULCANS......................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
RADIO SYSTEMS...................................................           3,097          17,497         +14,400
    Enhanced Position Location Reporting System.................  ..............           6,400          +6,400
    Tactical Hand-Held Radio....................................  ..............           8,000          +8,000
COMMERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES...................................           1,397             660            -737
    Excessive growth............................................  ..............            -737            -737
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION......................................          12,684          13,684          +1,000
    Aluminum Mesh Tank Liner....................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Light Armored Vehicle-Enhanced Fire Support Platform (LAV-
EFSP).--The Committee notes recent interest by the U.S. Marine 
Corps with regard to its unfunded requirement to provide its 
Light Armored Reconnaissance (LAR) battalions with an enhanced 
fire support platform utilizing a 120 mm mortar system. The 
Committee is interested in how the Department intends to 
address this high priority requirement for the LAR battalions 
and urges the Secretary of the Navy to work with the Commandant 
on this matter.

                    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $8,228,630,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   9,539,602,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,289,934,000

    The Committee recommends $7,289,934,000, a reduction of 
$2,249,668,000 to the budget request. This appropriation 
finances the construction, procurement, modernization, and 
modification of aircraft and equipment, including armor and 
armament, specialized ground-handling equipment, and flight 
training simulators, spare parts, and accessories; specialized 
equipment; and expansion of public and private plants, 
Government-owned equipment, and installation.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The Committee recommendation increases funds to procure 
additional Air Force trainers, support aircraft, and fighter 
aircraft while also accelerating fighter engine modifications 
and RC-135 fleet reenginings. The Committee's adjustments are 
reflected in the following tables and discussed in the text 
which follows.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                       Senate
                                                              Budget              Senate             compared to
                                                     Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.      budget
                                                                                                      estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

          AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

COMBAT AIRCRAFT:
    TACTICAL FORCES:
        F-22 RAPTOR...............................      10   2,149,882      10   2,149,882  ......  ............
        F-22 RAPTOR (AP-CY).......................  ......     396,222  ......     396,222  ......  ............
        F-15A.....................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
        F-15A (AP-CY).............................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
        F-16 C/D (MYP)............................  ......  ..........       6     183,000      +6      +183,000
        F-16 C/D (MYP) (AP-CY)....................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT..................  ......   2,546,104  ......   2,729,104  ......      +183,000

AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
    TACTICAL AIRLIFT:
        C-17 (MYP)................................      12   2,211,923  ......  ..........     -12    -2,211,923
        C-17 (MYP) (AP-CY)........................  ......     266,800  ......  ..........  ......      -266,800
        C-17 ICS..................................  ......     412,200  ......  ..........  ......      -412,200

    OTHER AIRLIFT:
        EC-130J...................................  ......  ..........       1      90,000      +1       +90,000
        C-130J....................................       2     208,051  ......      84,051      -2      -124,000
        C-40......................................  ......  ..........       1      52,000      +1       +52,000
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT.................  ......   3,098,974  ......     226,051  ......    -2,872,923

TRAINER AIRCRAFT: OPERATIONAL TRAINERS: JPATS.....      27     113,825      34     132,725      +7       +18,900

OTHER AIRCRAFT:
    HELICOPTERS:
        V-22 OSPREY...............................       4     335,766       4     335,766  ......  ............
        V-22 OSPREY (AP-CY).......................  ......      27,209  ......      22,674  ......        -4,535

    MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT:
        C-32B FEST/DEST AIRCRAFT..................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
        CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C......................      27       2,548      27       6,348  ......        +3,800
        OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AIRCRAFT..............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
        TARGET DRONES.............................  ......      32,915  ......      32,915  ......  ............
        E-8C......................................       1     260,610       1     260,610  ......  ............
        E-8C (AP-CY)..............................  ......  ..........  ......      46,000  ......       +46,000
        E-8C ICS..................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
        HAEUAV....................................  ......      22,388  ......      22,388  ......  ............
        PREDATOR UAV..............................       7      22,078       7      22,078  ......  ............
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT...................  ......     703,514  ......     748,779  ......       +45,265

MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT:
    STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT:
        B-2A......................................  ......      21,723  ......      21,723  ......  ............
        B-1B......................................  ......      48,793  ......      48,793  ......  ............
        B-52......................................  ......       8,425  ......      33,525  ......       +25,100
        F-117.....................................  ......      32,005  ......      32,005  ......  ............
    TACTICAL AIRCRAFT:
        A-10......................................  ......      33,891  ......      45,091  ......       +11,200
        F-15......................................  ......     258,247  ......     306,747  ......       +48,500
        F-16......................................  ......     248,830  ......     328,020  ......       +79,190
        T/AT-37...................................  ......          83  ......          83  ......  ............
    AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
        C-5.......................................  ......      95,401  ......      95,401  ......  ............
        C-9.......................................  ......       3,271  ......       3,271  ......  ............
        C-17A.....................................  ......      97,124  ......     108,124  ......       +11,000
        C-21......................................  ......       1,883  ......       1,883  ......  ............
        C-22......................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
        C-32A.....................................  ......      23,568  ......       5,568  ......       -18,000
        C-37A.....................................  ......         376  ......         376  ......  ............
        C-141.....................................  ......         737  ......         737  ......  ............
    TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
        T-1.......................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
        T-3 (EFS) AIRCRAFT........................  ......       1,949  ......       1,949  ......  ............
        T-38......................................  ......     120,520  ......     120,520  ......  ............
        T-41 AIRCRAFT.............................  ......          89  ......          89  ......  ............
        T-43......................................  ......       4,929  ......       4,929  ......  ............
    OTHER AIRCRAFT:
        KC-10A (ATCA).............................  ......      55,370  ......      55,370  ......  ............
        C-12......................................  ......       1,521  ......       1,521  ......  ............
        C-18......................................  ......         345  ......         345  ......  ............
        C-20 MODS.................................  ......       5,235  ......       5,235  ......  ............
        VC-25A MOD................................  ......          98  ......          98  ......  ............
        C-130.....................................  ......      91,524  ......     103,524  ......       +12,000
        C-135.....................................  ......     328,232  ......     328,232  ......  ............
        DARP......................................  ......     165,540  ......     276,640  ......      +111,100
        E-3.......................................  ......      88,654  ......      88,654  ......  ............
        E-4.......................................  ......      31,559  ......      31,559  ......  ............
        E-8.......................................  ......      33,389  ......      33,389  ......  ............
        H-1.......................................  ......       3,535  ......       3,535  ......  ............
        H-60......................................  ......      23,648  ......      23,648  ......  ............
        OTHER AIRCRAFT............................  ......      28,214  ......      28,214  ......  ............
    OTHER MODIFICATIONS:
        CLASSIFIED PROJECTS.......................  ......      16,729  ......      16,729  ......  ............
        PASSENGER SAFETY MODIFICATIONS............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE          ......   1,875,437  ......   2,155,527  ......      +280,090
           AIRCRAFT...............................

AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS: AIRCRAFT SPARES/  ......     356,856  ......     356,856  ......  ............
 REPAIR PARTS.....................................

AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
    COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQ   ......     177,943  ......     177,943  ......  ............
     AND FACILITIES...............................
    POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT:
        A-10......................................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ............
        B-2A......................................  ......      18,603  ......      18,603  ......  ............
        B-2B......................................  ......      42,700  ......      42,700  ......  ............
        C-130.....................................  ......       1,365  ......       1,365  ......  ............
        E-4.......................................  ......       1,463  ......       1,463  ......  ............
        F-15 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT..............  ......       7,267  ......       7,267  ......  ............
        F-16 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT..............  ......      25,464  ......      25,464  ......  ............
        INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS...................  ......      25,352  ......      25,352  ......  ............
        WAR CONSUMABLES...........................  ......      43,015  ......      66,115  ......       +23,100
        MISC PRODUCTION CHARGES...................  ......     398,474  ......     471,374  ......       +72,900
        COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT......................  ......       4,836  ......       4,836  ......  ............
        DARP......................................  ......      98,410  ......      98,410  ......  ............
                                                   -------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND     ......     844,892  ......     940,892  ......       +96,000
           FACILITIES.............................
                                                   =============================================================
          TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE..  ......   9,539,602  ......   7,289,934  ......    -2,249,668
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
F-16 C/D (MYP)..................................................  ..............         183,000        +183,000
    Six (6) Block 50/52 Aircraft................................  ..............         183,000        +183,000
C-17 (MYP)......................................................       2,211,923  ..............      -2,211,923
    Transfer to National Defense Airlift Fund...................  ..............      -2,211,923      -2,211,923
C-17 (MYP)......................................................         266,800  ..............        -266,800
    Transfer to National Defense Airlift Fund...................  ..............        -266,800        -266,800
C-17 ICS........................................................         412,200  ..............        -412,200
    Transfer to National Defense Airlift Fund...................  ..............        -412,200        -412,200
EC-130J.........................................................  ..............          90,000         +90,000
C-130J..........................................................         208,051          84,051        -124,000
    Conversion of two (2) aircraft to EC and KC models..........  ..............         -124000        -124,000
JPATS...........................................................         113,825         132,725         +18,900
    Seven (7) Additional Aircraft...............................  ..............          18,900         +18,900
V-22 OSPREY.....................................................          27,209          22,674          -4,535
    Program Reduction...........................................  ..............           -4535          -4,535
CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C............................................           2,548           6,348          +3,800
    Additional CAP Aircraft.....................................  ..............           3,800          +3,800
E-8C............................................................  ..............          46,000         +46,000
    Advanced Procurement for one (1) aircraft...................  ..............          46,000         +46,000
B-52............................................................           8,425          33,525         +25,100
    Maintain 94 B-52 Aircraft...................................  ..............          25,100         +25,100
A-10............................................................          33,891          45,091         +11,200
    Integrated Flight and Fire Control Computer Modification....  ..............          11,200         +11,200
F-15............................................................         258,247         306,747         +48,500
    E-kit Engine Modifications..................................  ..............          48,000         +48,000
    Survivability Enhancements..................................  ..............          26,900         +26,900
    JHMCS Delays and Technical Problems.........................  ..............          -5,500          -5,500
    ALQ-135 Delays and Technical Problems.......................  ..............         -20,900         -20,900
F-16............................................................         248,830         328,020         +79,190
    Digital Terrain System (DTS)................................  ..............          16,500         +16,500
    -229 Engine Mods for ANG Block 42 Aircraft..................  ..............          69,000         +69,000
    JHMCS Delays and Technical Problems.........................  ..............         -11,310         -11,310
    OBOGS Retrofit..............................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
C-17A...........................................................          97,124         108,124         +11,000
    C-17 Maintenance Training System............................  ..............          11,000         +11,000
C-32A...........................................................          23,568           5,568         -18,000
    Communications Update.......................................  ..............         -18,000         -18,000
C-40............................................................  ..............          52,000         +52,000
    One (1) C-40 Series for ANG.................................  ..............          52,000         +52,000
C-130...........................................................          91,524         103,524         +12,000
    HC-130 FLIR Systems for ANG.................................  ..............           4,500          +4,500
    C-130 Simulator.............................................  ..............           7,500          +7,500
DARP............................................................         165,540         276,640        +111,100
    RC-135 Reengining (2).......................................  ..............          59,900         +59,900
    COBRA BALL digital processing/receiving.....................  ..............           9,000          +9,000
    RIVET JOINT mission trainer.................................  ..............          15,500         +15,500
    U-2 SYERS...................................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    COMPASS CALL Block 30/35 mission crew simulator.............  ..............          23,700         +23,700
WAR CONSUMABLES.................................................          43,015          66,115         +23,100
    ALE 50 Towed Decoys.........................................  ..............          23,100         +23,100
MISC PRODUCTION CHARGES.........................................         398,474         471,374         +72,900
    Precision Attack Targeting System Pods......................  ..............          72,900         +72,900
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    C-17.--The Committee has fully funded the budget request 
amount for C-17 aircraft procurement, C-17 advanced 
procurement, and C-17 interim contractor support. However, the 
Committee recommendation transfers the C-17 program to the 
``National Defense Airlift Fund'' account and appropriates all 
requested funds within this account.
    C-130 Modifications.--The Committee provides $7,500,000 for 
the acquisition and establishment of a public/private 
initiative to make available lower cost C-130 simulated 
training for Air Force, Air National Guard, Coast Guard and 
commercial C-130 operators. The Secretary of the Air Force 
shall report to the House and Senate Committees on 
Appropriations on the potential acquisition of existing 
simulators to support this effort, and the location of the 
simulator training site to support the Pacific Air Forces.
    C-5.--The Committee has approved the budget request amount, 
$95,401,000, for C-5 modifications. The request included 
$59,600,000 for the C-5 Avionics Modernization Program. During 
the Committee's April 26, 2000 hearing, General Shelton 
testified, ``We are in the process right now of taking a look 
at the long-term cost of the C-5 and doing an analysis of 
alternatives in terms of whether or not we should continue to 
pour money into an element of the C-5 fleet, the C-5 Alpha, the 
older version of the C-5, or whether or not it would be more 
cost-effective over the long term to start converting, phasing 
them out and the replacing them with C-17s. That is an ongoing 
study right now.'' Accordingly, the Committee directs that the 
appropriated funds are available only for modification of C-5B 
aircraft.
    Commando Solo.--The Committee directs the Secretary of the 
Air Force to conduct an analysis of options for effective 
airframe alternatives to accomplish the Commando Solo mission, 
to include the investigation of cost effective, commercial 
aircraft replacement options. This report shall be provided to 
the congressional defense committees not later than February 
15, 2001.

                     Missile Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $2,211,407,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   3,061,715,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,920,815,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,920,815,000 
for the ``Missile procurement, Air Force'' account for fiscal 
year 2001. This recommendation is $140,900,000 below the budget 
request.
    This appropriation provides financing for the construction, 
procurement, and modification of missiles, rockets, spacecraft, 
and related equipment, including investment and repair parts, 
ground-handling equipment, and training devices; and the 
expansion of public and private plants, Government-owned 
equipment, and installations.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

BALLISTIC MISSILES: MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQ--          ......      42,308  ......      42,308  ......  ..........
 BALLISTIC..........................................

OTHER MISSILES:
    STRATEGIC: ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE..............  ......       2,006  ......       2,006  ......  ..........
    TACTICAL:
        JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON.......................     174      90,828     174      90,828  ......  ..........
        AGM-130 POWERED GBU-15......................  ......          96  ......          96  ......  ..........
        AMRAAM......................................     204      98,687     204      98,687  ......  ..........

    INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES: INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES....  ......       3,017  ......       3,017  ......  ..........

    MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT--OTHER: MISSILE     ......       2,623  ......       2,623  ......  ..........
     REPLACEMENT EQ--OTHER..........................
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES.......................  ......     197,257  ......     197,257  ......  ..........

MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES:
    CLASS IV:
        ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE.....................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X).........................  ......      28,428  ......      28,428  ......  ..........
        MM III MODIFICATIONS........................  ......     375,129  ......     375,129  ......  ..........
        AGM-65D MAVERICK............................  ......       2,042  ......       2,042  ......  ..........
        AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE...................  ......       4,066  ......       4,066  ......  ..........
        PEACEKEEPER (M-X)...........................  ......          99  ......          99  ......  ..........
        MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..........  ......          99  ......          99  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES.  ......     409,863  ......     409,863  ......  ..........

MISSILE SPARES + REPAIR PARTS: MISSILE SPARES--       ......      44,026  ......      44,026  ......  ..........
 REPAIR PARTS.......................................

OTHER SUPPORT:
    SPACE PROGRAMS:
        WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES (SPACE) (AP-    ......      25,736  ......      25,736  ......  ..........
         CY)........................................
        SPACEBORNE EQUIP (COMSEC)...................  ......       9,765  ......       9,765  ......  ..........
        GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)..................  ......     196,937  ......     166,637  ......     -30,300
        GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE) (AP-CY)..........  ......      13,404  ......      13,404  ......  ..........
        NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM......................  ......       1,478  ......       1,478  ......  ..........
        DEF METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG (SPACE).........  ......      68,582  ......      68,582  ......  ..........
        DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRAM (SPACE).............  ......     106,356  ......     106,356  ......  ..........
        DEFENSE SATELLITE COMM SYSTEM  (SPACE)......  ......      22,770  ......      22,770  ......  ..........
        TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS (SPACE)................  ......     469,720  ......     384,720  ......     -85,000
        EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEH  (SPACE)......       3     287,996       3     287,996  ......  ..........
        MEDIUM LAUNCH VEHICLE (SPACE)...............  ......      55,939  ......      45,939  ......     -10,000
    SPECIAL PROGRAMS:
        SPECIAL PROGRAMS............................  ......     968,498  ......     952,898  ......     -15,600
        SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS.....................  ......     141,080  ......     141,080  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT......................  ......   2,368,261  ......   2,227,361  ......    -140,900
                                                     ===========================================================
          TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE.....  ......   3,061,715  ......   2,920,815  ......    -140,900
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)......................................         196,937         166,637         -30,300
TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS (SPACE)....................................         469,720         384,720         -85,000
MEDIUM LAUNCH VEHICLE (SPACE)...................................          55,939          45,939         -10,000
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                  Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $442,537,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     638,808,000
Committee recommendation................................     654,808,000

    This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition, 
modifications, spares, weapons, and other ammunition-related 
items for the Air Force.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $654,808,000 
for the ``Procurement of ammunition, Air Force'' account for 
fiscal year 2001. The recommendation is an increase of 
$16,000,000 above the budget request.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE

PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE:
    ROCKETS.........................................  ......      11,466  ......      26,466  ......     +15,000
    CARTRIDGES......................................  ......      70,090  ......      70,090  ......  ..........
    BOMBS:
        PRACTICE BOMBS..............................  ......      32,731  ......      33,731  ......      +1,000
        GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS.......................  ......      30,745  ......      30,745  ......  ..........
        CAWCF CLOSURE COSTS.........................  ......       1,400  ......       1,400  ......  ..........
        SENSOR FUZED WEAPON.........................     300     107,201     300     107,201  ......  ..........
        JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION................   9,098     219,848   9,098     219,848  ......  ..........
        WIND CORRECTED MUNITIONS DISPENSER..........   6,308     104,046   6,308     104,046  ......  ..........

    FLARE, IR MJU-7B:
        SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.....................  ......       2,431  ......       2,431  ......  ..........
        MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..........  ......         196  ......         196  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       7,806  ......       7,806  ......  ..........

    FUZES:
        FLARES......................................  ......      37,432  ......      37,432  ......  ..........
        JOINT PROGRAMMABLE FUSE (JPF)...............  ......       9,342  ......       9,342  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE.....  ......     634,734  ......     650,734  ......     +16,000

WEAPONS: SMALL ARMS.................................  ......       4,074  ......       4,074  ......  ..........
                                                     ===========================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE...  ......     638,808  ......     654,808  ......     +16,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ROCKETS.........................................................          11,466          26,466         +15,000
    Hydra Rockets...............................................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
PRACTICE BOMBS..................................................          32,731          33,731          +1,000
    MOU-93 Conical Tail Fin.....................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
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                      Other Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $7,146,157,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   7,699,127,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,605,027,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $7,605,027,000 
for the ``Other procurement, Air Force'' account for fiscal 
year 2001. The recommendation is a reduction of $94,100,000 
below the budget request.
    This appropriation provides for the procurement of weapons 
systems and equipment other than aircraft and missiles. 
Included are munitions, other weapons, the leasing of vehicles, 
electronic and telecommunications systems for command and 
control of operational forces, and ground support equipment for 
weapons systems and supporting structure.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT:
    PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES:
        SEDAN, 4 DR 4X2.............................      16         254      16         254  ......  ..........
        BUSES.......................................      66       4,101      66       4,101  ......  ..........
        AMBULANCES..................................       8         646       8         646  ......  ..........
        LAW ENFORCEMENT VEHICLE.....................      83       1,706      83       1,706  ......  ..........
        ARMORED SEDAN...............................       1         200  ......  ..........      -1        -200

    CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES:
        TRUCK MULTI-STOP 1 TON 4X2..................  ......      17,593  ......      17,593  ......  ..........
        FAMILY MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES.............  ......       5,869  ......       5,869  ......  ..........
        HIGH MOBILITY VEHICLE (MYP).................  ......      13,435  ......      13,435  ......  ..........
        CAP VEHICLES................................  ......         768  ......         768  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......      29,235  ......      29,235  ......  ..........

    SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES:
        HMMWV, ARMORED..............................  ......       5,586  ......      15,586  ......     +10,000
        TRACTOR, TOW, FLIGHTLINE....................  ......       5,042  ......       5,042  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......      18,373  ......      18,373  ......  ..........
    FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT:
        TRUCK CRASH P-19............................  ......       8,761  ......       8,761  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       3,700  ......       3,700  ......  ..........

    MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
        TRUCK, F/L 10,000 LB........................  ......       4,857  ......       4,857  ......  ..........
        60K A/C LOADER..............................      48      96,948      48      96,948  ......  ..........
        NEXT GENERATION SMALL LOADER (NGSL).........      34      24,144      34      14,144  ......     -10,000
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       4,530  ......       4,530  ......  ..........

    BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT:
        TRUCK, DUMP.................................  ......       1,763  ......       1,763  ......  ..........
        RUNWAY SNOW REMOV AND CLEANING  EQUIP.......  ......       5,852  ......       5,852  ......  ..........
        MODIFICATIONS...............................  ......         387  ......         387  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       8,616  ......       8,616  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT................  ......     262,366  ......     262,166  ......        -200

ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP:
    COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT (COMSEC):
        COMSEC EQUIPMENT............................  ......      23,346  ......      27,346  ......      +4,000
        MODIFICATIONS (COMSEC)......................  ......         491  ......         491  ......  ..........

    INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS:
        INTELLIGENCE DATA HANDLING SYS..............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        INTELLIGENCE TRAINING EQUIPMENT.............  ......       1,572  ......       1,572  ......  ..........
        INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP.....................  ......       5,530  ......       5,530  ......  ..........

    ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS:
        AIR TRAFFIC CTRL/LAND SYS (ATCALS)..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM....................  ......      58,663  ......      58,663  ......  ..........
        THEATER AIR CONTROL SYS IMPROVEMENT.........  ......      15,431  ......      15,431  ......  ..........
        WEATHER OBSERV/FORCAST......................  ......      33,515  ......      33,515  ......  ..........
        STRATEGIC COMMAND AND CONTROL...............  ......      20,858  ......      20,858  ......  ..........
        CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX...................  ......         602  ......         602  ......  ..........
        TAC SIGINT SUPPORT..........................  ......       1,447  ......       1,447  ......  ..........

    SPECIAL COMM-ELECTRONICS PROJECTS:
        AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING EQUIP.............  ......      74,771  ......      74,771  ......  ..........
        AF GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS...........  ......      14,753  ......      14,753  ......  ..........
        MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL................  ......       8,495  ......       8,495  ......  ..........
        AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEM..........  ......      34,519  ......      34,519  ......  ..........
        COMBAT TRAINING RANGES......................  ......      26,003  ......      47,403  ......     +21,400
        MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMM  NET.......  ......       1,584  ......       1,584  ......  ..........
        C3 COUNTERMEASURES..........................  ......      15,681  ......      15,681  ......  ..........
        HEATER BATTLE MGT C2 SYS....................  ......      56,820  ......      56,820  ......  ..........

    AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS:
        INFORMATION TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS............  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        BASE INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE.............  ......     177,283  ......     177,283  ......  ..........
        USCENTCOM...................................  ......       7,335  ......       7,335  ......  ..........
        DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS)................  ......      17,947  ......      17,947  ......  ..........

    DISA PROGRAMS:
        NAVSTAR GPS SPACE...........................  ......       9,112  ......       9,112  ......  ..........
        DEFENSE METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG  SPAC.......  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        NUDET DETECTION SYS (NDS) SPACE.............  ......       2,674  ......       2,674  ......  ..........
        AF SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK SPACE..........  ......      39,094  ......      39,094  ......  ..........
        SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE................  ......      92,714  ......      92,714  ......  ..........
        MILSATCOM SPACE.............................  ......      53,027  ......      46,027  ......      -7,000
        SPACE MODS SPACE............................  ......      25,959  ......      25,959  ......  ..........

    ORGANIZATION AND BASE:
        TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT......................  ......     101,222  ......     101,222  ......  ..........
        COMBAT SURVIVOR/EVADER LOCATER  RADIO.......  ......       3,104  ......       3,104  ......  ..........
        RADIO EQUIPMENT.............................  ......      16,630  ......      16,630  ......  ..........
        TV EQUIPMENT (AFRTV)........................  ......       2,005  ......       2,005  ......  ..........
        CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT..................  ......       3,227  ......       3,227  ......  ..........
        BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE....................  ......      74,301  ......      74,301  ......  ..........
        CAP COM AND ELECT...........................  ......         386  ......         386  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       7,204  ......       7,204  ......  ..........

    MODIFICATIONS: COMM ELECT MODS..................  ......      54,372  ......      54,372  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS       ......   1,105,465  ......   1,123,865  ......     +18,400
       EQUIP........................................

OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP:
    TEST EQUIPMENT;
        BASE/ALC CALIBRATION PACKAGE................  ......      10,106  ......      10,106  ......  ..........
        PRIMARY STANDARDS LABORATORY PACK-  AGE.....  ......       1,105  ......       1,105  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       9,541  ......       9,541  ......  ..........

    PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP:
        NIGHT VISION GOGGLES........................  ......       2,833  ......       2,833  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       6,744  ......      19,244  ......     +12,500

    DEPOT PLANT + MATERIALS HANDLING EQ:
        MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP..........  ......      15,118  ......      15,118  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       9,241  ......       9,241  ......  ..........

    ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
        FLOODLIGHTS.................................  ......      10,718  ......      10,718  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......       7,187  ......       7,187  ......  ..........

    BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
        BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT.....................  ......      15,171  ......      15,171  ......  ..........
        MEDICAL/DENTAL EQUIPMENT....................  ......      17,025  ......      17,025  ......  ..........
        ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS......................  ......         941  ......         941  ......  ..........
        AIR BASE OPERABILITY........................  ......       1,838  ......       1,838  ......  ..........
        PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT......................  ......       6,037  ......       6,037  ......  ..........
        PRODUCTIVITY INVESTMENTS....................  ......       8,259  ......       8,259  ......  ..........
        MOBILITY EQUIPMENT..........................  ......      50,021  ......      54,021  ......      +4,000
        AIR CONDITIONERS............................  ......       6,217  ......       6,217  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......      25,350  ......      25,350  ......  ..........

    SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS:
        INTELLIGENCE PRODUCTION ACTIVITY............  ......      38,629  ......      38,629  ......  ..........
        TECH SURV COUNTERMEASURES EQ................  ......       2,975  ......       2,975  ......  ..........
        DARP RC135..................................  ......      12,785  ......      12,785  ......  ..........
        DARP, MRIGS.................................  ......      89,049  ......      89,049  ......  ..........
        SELECTED ACTIVITIES.........................  ......   5,794,849  ......   5,666,049  ......    -128,800
        SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM......................  ......     136,317  ......     136,317  ......  ..........
        DEFENSE SPACE RECONNAISSANCE PROGRAM........  ......       8,985  ......       8,985  ......  ..........
        INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS.....................  ......       1,148  ......       1,148  ......  ..........
        MODIFICATIONS...............................  ......         177  ......         177  ......  ..........
        FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION............  ......      11,294  ......      11,294  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT   ......   6,299,660  ......   6,187,360  ......    -112,300
           EQUIP....................................

SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR  PARTS....  ......      31,636  ......      31,636  ......  ..........
                                                     ===========================================================
      TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE...........  ......   7,699,127  ......   7,605,027  ......     -94,100
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ARMORED SEDAN...................................................             200  ..............            -200
HMMWV, ARMORED..................................................           5,586          15,586         +10,000
    Up Armored HMMWV............................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
NEXT GENERATION SMALL LOADER (NGSL).............................          24,144          14,144         -10,000
COMSEC EQUIPMENT................................................          23,346          27,346          +4,000
    Secure Terminal Equipment...................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
COMBAT TRAINING RANGES..........................................          26,003          47,403         +21,400
    Unmanned Threat Emitter.....................................  ..............          21,400         +21,400
MILSATCOM SPACE.................................................          53,027          46,027          -7,000
ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000......................................           6,744          19,244         +12,500
    Laser Eye Protection........................................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
    Supply Assets Tracking System...............................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
MOBILITY EQUIPMENT..............................................          50,021          54,021          +4,000
    Emergency Support Heli-Basket...............................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
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    Secure terminal equipment [STE].--The Committee recommends 
an increase of $4,000,000 in C\3\ countermeasures for the 
procurement of only the STE.
    Mechanized material handling equipment.--The Committee 
recommends an increase of $10,000,000 for the supply asset 
tracking system which provides visibility of supplies from 
receipt to final issue. The increase is only for the 
procurement of SATS.
    SMART-T.--The Committee is concerned that the Secure Mobile 
Anti-jam Reliable Tactical Terminal (SMART-T) program has 
experienced problems demonstrating reliability test values 
necessary to award the fiscal year 2000 contract option.
    GBS Receiver Suites.--The Committee is concerned with the 
delay in the program and is not confident that the money can be 
executed in fiscal year 2001. The Committee recommends a 
decrease of $7,000,000.

                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $2,249,566,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   2,275,308,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,294,908,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,294,908,000 
for the ``Procurement, defense-wide'' account for fiscal year 
2001, an increase of $19,600,000 from the budget request. This 
appropriation provides for procurement of capital equipment for 
the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Defense Special 
Weapons Agency, the Defense Information Systems Agency, the 
Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Investigative Service, 
the Defense Contract Audit Agency, the Defense Support Project 
Office, the Joint Staff, the Defense Commissary Agency, special 
operations forces, chemical biological defense activities, and 
other classified and unclassified activities of the Department 
of Defense. The program includes procurement of automatic data 
processing equipment, mechanized material handling systems, the 
lease of general and special purpose vehicles, supplies, spare 
parts, communications equipment, expansion of public and 
private plants, acquisition of land, and for other purposes.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the President's budget:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
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              PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE

MAJOR EQUIPMENT:
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD/WHS:
        MOTOR VEHICLES..............................  ......         321  ......         321  ......  ..........
        MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD........................  ......      64,872  ......      39,872  ......     -25,000
        MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS........................  ......      23,191  ......      23,191  ......  ..........
        ARMED FORCES INFORMATION SERVICES...........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE EDUCATION ACTIVITY....  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........

    MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NSA: DEFENSE AIRBORNE            ......      11,535  ......      11,535  ......  ..........
     RECONNAISSANCE PROGRAM.........................

    MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA:
        MOBILE SATELLITE SYSTEM TECH................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
        INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY................  ......      26,655  ......      26,655  ......  ..........
        CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS....................  ......       3,233  ......       3,233  ......  ..........
        DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM......................  ......      19,399  ......      19,399  ......  ..........
        GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS..............  ......       3,671  ......       3,671  ......  ..........
        GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM................  ......       5,136  ......       5,136  ......  ..........
        STANDARD TACTICAL ENTRY POINT...............  ......       2,469  ......       2,469  ......  ..........
        ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION..................  ......      14,429  ......      14,429  ......  ..........

    MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA:
        DEFENSE SUPPORT ACTIVITIES..................  ......      82,863  ......      82,863  ......  ..........
        AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT CONVERSION SYS-  TEM.....  ......  ..........  ......      15,000  ......     +15,000

    MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCAA: ITEMS LESS THAN $5         ......       4,714  ......       4,714  ......  ..........
     MILLION........................................

    MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS: MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS......  ......      28,171  ......      28,171  ......  ..........

    BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION:
        PATRIOT PAC-3...............................      40     365,457      40     365,457  ......  ..........
        NATIONAL MISSILE DEFENSE....................  ......      74,530  ......      74,530  ......  ..........
        C4I.........................................  ......       3,975  ......       3,975  ......  ..........
        NAVY AREA TBDM PROGRAM......................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........

    DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY:
        VEHICLES....................................  ......         145  ......         145  ......  ..........
        OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT.......................  ......      44,034  ......      44,034  ......  ..........

    DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY: OTHER MAJOR  ......         656  ......         656  ......  ..........
     EQUIPMENT......................................

    MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS: MAJOR EQUIPMENT,  AFIS...  ......       4,695  ......       4,695  ......  ..........

    MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODDE: MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODDE..  ......       1,546  ......       1,546  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, MAJOR EQUIPMENT......................  ......     785,697  ......     775,697  ......     -10,000

SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND:
    AVIATION PROGRAMS:
        SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES....................  ......      68,480  ......      68,480  ......  ..........
        SOF TRAINING SYSTEMS........................  ......       2,364  ......       2,364  ......  ..........
        MC-130H COMBAT TALON II.....................  ......      10,403  ......      10,403  ......  ..........
        CV-22 SOF MODIFICATION......................       4       8,533       4       8,533  ......  ..........
        AC-130U GUNSHIP ACQUISITION.................  ......      13,871  ......      13,871  ......  ..........
        C-130 MODIFICATIONS.........................  ......      26,237  ......      26,237  ......  ..........
        AIRCRAFT SUPPORT............................  ......       2,186  ......       2,186  ......  ..........

    SHIPBUILDING:
        ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS..................  ......      25,500  ......      28,800  ......      +3,300
        ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS (AP-CY)..........  ......      22,472  ......      22,472  ......  ..........
        SUBMARINE CONVERSION........................  ......       1,559  ......       1,559  ......  ..........

    AMMUNITION PROGRAMS:
        SOF ORDNANCE REPLENISHMENT..................  ......      36,632  ......      36,632  ......  ..........
        SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION....................  ......      25,978  ......      25,978  ......  ..........

    OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS:
        COMM EQUIPMENT AND ELECTRONICS..............  ......      74,444  ......      74,444  ......  ..........
        SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS....................  ......      32,309  ......      32,309  ......  ..........
        SOF SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS..................  ......      11,829  ......      21,579  ......      +9,750
        MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODS.....................  ......         909  ......         909  ......  ..........
        SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS.................  ......      14,511  ......      14,511  ......  ..........
        SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.....................  ......      11,780  ......      11,780  ......  ..........
        SOF MARITIME EQUIPMENT......................  ......       5,801  ......       5,801  ......  ..........
        MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT.....................  ......      14,376  ......      17,126  ......      +2,750
        SOF PLANNING AND REHEARSAL SYSTEM...........  ......       2,021  ......       2,021  ......  ..........
        CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS.........................  ......     105,547  ......     105,547  ......  ..........
        PSYOP EQUIPMENT.............................  ......       7,575  ......       7,575  ......  ..........
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND.........  ......     525,317  ......     541,117  ......     +15,800

CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE:
    CBDP:
        INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION.......................  ......     108,725  ......     110,525  ......      +1,800
        DECONTAMINATION.............................  ......      12,195  ......      12,195  ......  ..........
        JOINT BIO DEFENSE PROGRAM...................  ......     141,781  ......     141,781  ......  ..........
        COLLECTIVE PROTECTION.......................  ......      36,179  ......      36,179  ......  ..........
        CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE.....................  ......     175,056  ......     177,556  ......      +2,500
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE........  ......     473,936  ......     478,236  ......      +4,300

CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS.................................       9     490,358       9     499,858  ......      +9,500

HUMAN RESOURCES ENTERPRISE STRATEGY.................  ......  ..........  ......  ..........  ......  ..........
                                                     ===========================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE..............  ......   2,275,308  ......   2,294,908  ......     +19,600
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD............................................          64,872          39,872         -25,000
    Excessive growth............................................  ..............         -25,000         -25,000
DEFENSE SUPPORT ACTIVITIES......................................          82,863          97,863         +15,000
    Automatic Document Conversion...............................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS......................................          22,472          25,772          +3,300
    Production Enhancement Acceleration.........................  ..............           3,300          +3,300
SOF SMALL ARMS & WEAPONS........................................          11,829          21,579          +9,750
    BALCS.......................................................  ..............           9,750          +9,750
MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT.........................................          14,376          17,126          +2,750
    NAVSCIATTS Collateral Equip.................................  ..............           2,750          +2,750
INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION...........................................         108,725         110,525          +1,800
    C2A1 Canister...............................................  ..............           1,800          +1,800
CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE.........................................         175,056         177,556          +2,500
    M291 Decontamination Kits...................................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
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    Major Equipment OSD.--The Committee recommends a reduction 
for excessive growth in lower priority computing equipment. 
Additionally, the Committee is encouraged that the Department 
of Defense has fully funded the Mentor Protege program at 
$24,894,000.

                  National Guard and Reserve Equipment

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $150,000,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................................
Committee recommendation................................     150,000,000

    The Committee recommends a funding level of $150,000,000 
for National Guard and Reserve dedicated equipment. This 
recommendation is $150,000,000 above the budget request.
    The appropriation for this account includes direction for 
each Reserve or National Guard component commander to prepare 
and submit to the congressional defense committees a detailed 
assessment of that component's modernization priorities.
    The Committee maintains that the Reserves and National 
Guard should exercise control of funds provided for their 
modernization in this account. The separate submission of these 
assessments, directly from the components chiefs to the 
committees will ensure that the Reserve and National Guard 
priorities are addressed in the allocation of this 
appropriation.

                     committee recommended program

    The following tables detail the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the President's budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Senate
                                                                Budget              Senate             compared
                                                       Qty.    estimate    Qty.    allowance   Qty.    to budget
                                                                                                       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT

RESERVE EQUIPMENT:
    ARMY RESERVE: MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT...........  ......  ..........  ......      20,000  ......     +20,000
    NAVY RESERVE: MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT...........  ......  ..........  ......      20,000  ......     +20,000
    MARINE CORPS RESERVE: MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT...  ......  ..........  ......      10,000  ......     +10,000
    AIR FORCE RESERVE: MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP-  MENT...  ......  ..........  ......      20,000  ......     +20,000
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, RESERVE EQUIPMENT....................  ......  ..........  ......      70,000  ......     +70,000

NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT:
    ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT....  ......  ..........  ......      50,000  ......     +50,000
    AIR NATIONAL GUARD: MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT.....  ......  ..........  ......      30,000  ......     +30,000
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT.............  ......  ..........  ......      80,000  ......     +80,000
                                                     ===========================================================
        TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT.  ......  ..........  ......     150,000  ......    +150,000
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                   committee recommended adjustments


                              army reserve

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$20,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Army Reserve 
units.

                              navy reserve

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$20,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Navy Reserve 
units.

                          marine corps reserve

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$10,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Marine Corps 
Reserve units.

                           air force reserve

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$20,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Air Force Reserve 
units.

                          army national guard

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$50,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Army National 
Guard units.

                           air national guard

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$30,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Air National 
Guard units.

                       items of special interest

    The Committee agrees that the National Guard and Reserve 
equipment program shall be executed by the heads of the Guard 
and Reserve components with priority consideration for 
miscellaneous equipment appropriations given to the following 
items: multiple launch rocket system (MLRS), Paladin, onboard 
oxygen generating system field evaluation for the Air National 
Guard, LITENING II targeting pod system, SINCGARS radios, F-16 
SADL ``D'', Bradley Fighting Vehicles upgrades, F-15 BOL 
systems, HMMWV Striker Vehicles, support equipment for Patriot 
missile air defense battalions, Heavy Expanded Mobility 
Tactical Truck for MLRS units, Army tank recovery vehicle 
program, fire fighting trucks for Air Guard, air traffic 
control landing system (ATCALS), maneuver control system, 
construction equipment service life extension program, family 
of medium tactical vehicles, C-130J procurement, A-10 upgrades, 
F-15 E-kit upgrades, F-16 BLK 42 engine modification kits, 
Precision Attack Targeting System (PATS), simulators for 
Norwich Army, master cranes, modular command post system, laser 
marksmanship, UH60/UH1 flight simulators, F-16 modernization, 
standard integrated command post system (SICPS), situational 
awareness data link, KC-135 multi-point refueling, Naval 
Construction Force Communications Equipment, and C212 STOL 
fixed wing aircraft.

                                TITLE IV

              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION

                      Summary of Committee Action

    The fiscal year 2001 Department of Defense budget request 
for research, development, test, and evaluation [RDT&E;] totaled 
$37,862,401,000. Title IV of the accompanying Senate bill 
contains $39,597,489,000, an increase of $1,735,088,000 or 4.5 
percent, to the budget estimate. The recommended allowance is 
$1,991,929,000 above the fiscal year 2000 appropriation for 
RDT&E; in title IV. The following table summarizes the budget 
estimates and Committee recommendations:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, development, test, and evaluation:
    Army........................................................       5,260,346       5,683,675        +423,329
    Navy........................................................       8,476,677       8,812,070        +335,393
    Air Force...................................................      13,685,576      13,931,145        +245,569
    Defense-wide................................................      10,238,242      10,952,039        +713,797
Operational Test and Evaluation.................................         201,560         218,560         +17,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, title IV, RDT&E....................................;      37,862,401      39,597,489      +1,735,088
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       committee recommendations

    The Committee has reflected a number of its funding 
adjustments in a table format. The Committee directs that the 
funding increases outlined in the tables which follow shall be 
provided only for the specific purposes outlined in the table 
entry.

                    electronic warfare modernization

    Department of Defense Electronic Warfare Plan.--The 
Committee is concerned that many of the Defense Department's 
active and reserve fighter aircraft have inadequate radar 
warning receivers. Most fighter aircraft have no infrared 
warning systems. However, it is clear to adversaries that U.S. 
forces rely on the ability to achieve air dominance. Further, 
these adversaries have greater access than ever to anti-
aircraft missile systems with advanced seeker technologies.
    While future aircraft are being designed with protection 
systems, we cannot afford to leave today's forces ill-equipped 
to face the threat. While data links and information from other 
sensors can contribute to a pilot's situation awareness, it is 
not clear this will be adequate for a pilot to avoid an 
unexpected threat. Our deployed forces face these threats 
today, and the Defense Department needs to jointly prepare for 
tomorrow.
    The Committee believes these matters merit careful review 
by the Department of Defense and the Congress. As a step toward 
this reassessment, the Committee directs that the fiscal year 
2002 Electronic Warfare Plan include a section identifying the 
existing and projected surface-to-air and air-to-air threat 
systems which our forces may confront. The report should 
provide a brief analysis of each system's capability and 
potential for enhancement.
    In addition to outlining U.S. threat warning and self-
protection systems, the report should provide a specific 
assessment of each system's capability against the current and 
projected threats. Finally, the report should detail the annual 
funding for each EW program in the Future Years Defense Program 
budget. The Committee directs that this report be provided no 
later than April 1, 2001.

           Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $5,266,601,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   5,260,346,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,683,675,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $5,683,675,000 
for the Army's research, development, test, and evaluation 
programs, an increase of $423,329,000 to the budget request. 
The budget activities and programs funded under this 
appropriation are discussed below.
    Mortar Anti-Personnel/Anti-Material (MAPAM).--The Committee 
has previously directed the Secretary of the Army to conduct a 
comparative side-by-side test and evaluation program to 
determine the lethality and effectiveness of MAPAM mortar 
ammunition when compared to the M720 ammunition. The Committee 
is aware that funding previously provided is inadequate to the 
task and; therefore, recommends $5,000,000 for the express 
purpose of (i) conducting the side-by-side test program, (ii) 
conducting an independent evaluation of the test results, and 
(iii) type classification of the MAPAM ammunition.
    Man-in-the-Loop Command Activation Feature.--The Committee 
strongly supports the development of the Man-In-The-Loop non-
self-destruct alternative landmine system, and has provided 
funds to accelerate its deployment. However, the Committee is 
concerned that the Department is considering including a 
command activation feature, and directs the Department to 
consult with the Committee prior to any decision to obligate 
funds for the development of such a feature.
    Modernized Hellfire.--The Committee understands that the 
Army is considering moving toward a ``common'' chemical energy 
missile in the future and that Modernized Hellfire is intended 
to be the baseline program to achieve this worthy goal. 
However, it is noted that no funds are programmed in this 
budget to proceed in this direction. Accordingly, the Army is 
directed to ensure that these fiscal year 2001 RDTE funds are 
used, in part, to perform a program definition study to 
determine the potential of a ``common'' ground and air-to-
ground missile. The Army is encouraged to provide a ``common 
missiles'' program funding line in the next budget submission.
    Low Cost Interceptor.--The Committee recommends $9,000,000 
for the Low Cost Interceptor (LCI). The express purpose is to 
evaluate conceptual designs, fabricate, and test component 
missile hardware.
    SMDC Battlelab.--The Committee recommends that the 
Battlelab consider the establishment of an internal Space 
Technology Integration Center (STIC). The STIC would serve the 
important function of integrating and migrating varied space 
assets throughout the Army and promoting more comprehensive 
utilization of these systems in all combat applications.
    Objective Crew-Served Weapon (OCSW).--The OCSW may 
represent the single biggest advance in dismounted firepower 
since the invention of the machine gun. As the Army tries to 
maintain a significant firepower advantage in its lighter, 
more-mobile force, fielding this weapon is even more critical. 
The Committee is troubled that there is not more visible 
support for the program within the Army. The Committee 
recommends $5,000,000 to the Joint Service Small Arms Program 
specifically to accelerate development and deployment of the 
OCSW. Within 60 days of passage of this legislation, the 
Committee directs the Army to provide a report on the status of 
the program.
    Management Headquarters.--The Committee recommends 
$8,371,000 for Management Headquarters, of which $3,000,000 is 
to support the Akamai project. This is a reduction of 
$20,000,000 from fiscal year 2000. Of this amount, the 
Committee recommends $2,000,000 to continue the ongoing 
cooperative agreement with an institution of higher learning, 
and $1,000,000 to continue telehealth activities and advanced 
concept technology demonstrations. The Committee notes that the 
program has large unobligated balances as has been slow in 
awarding contracts for projects of special interest to the 
Committee.
    Crusader.--The Committee directs the Army to refocus 
Crusader as a technology program to further artillery evolution 
within the Future Combat Systems program. The Committee 
provides $200,000,000 in support of the Army's effort to 
develop and acquire an effective direct fire artillery system 
compatible with the Transformation Initiative.
    Combat rations.--The Committee is aware of an effort by the 
National Center for Food Safety and Technology in Summit-Argo, 
Illinois to address important food safety issues with regard to 
combat rations. Specifically, the National Center will focus 
its research on high pressure processing of low acid foods used 
in meals ready to eat. The Committee encourages the Department 
to continue its cooperative research agreement with the 
National Center and to provide adequate funding for both 
research and facility rehabilitation.
    Threat Mine Virtual Simulator.--Of the funds appropriated 
for Threat Mine Virtual Simulator, not less than $200,000 shall 
be set aside for the Advanced Cognitive Reasoning Technology 
Development Program.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES.......................................         132,164         136,414          +4,250
    Cold Regions Military Engineering...........................  ..............           1,250          +1,250
    Force Protection From Terrorist Weapons.....................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS........................          54,365          60,865          +6,500
    BH62 Electromechanics & Hypervelocity Physics...............  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Army Centers for Excellence.................................  ..............             500            +500
    Program Priorities..........................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY............................................          11,557          24,557         +13,000
    Composite Materials.........................................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
    Advanced Materials Processing...............................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
MISSILE TECHNOLOGY..............................................          47,183          55,183          +8,000
    Future Army Tactical Missile Integration Program (FMTI).....  ..............           8,000          +8,000
MODELING AND SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY..............................          30,479          35,479          +5,000
    Photonics...................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY........................          63,589          87,089         +23,500
    Hybrid Electric HMMWV Field Evaluation & Technical Insertion  ..............           7,000          +7,000
    Alternative Vehicle Propulsion..............................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    National Automotive Center--Smart Truck.....................  ..............           3,500          +3,500
    Full Spectrum Active Protection.............................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY...........................................          49,750          55,750          +6,000
    AH75 Electric Gun Technology................................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM................................           5,415          10,415          +5,000
    Objective Crew Served Weapon................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY................................          33,761          38,761          +5,000
    Weapons and Munitions Technology Program Initiative.........  ..............           5,000          +5,000
ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES..............................          23,869          34,469         +10,600
    AA Zinc Air Battery.........................................  ..............           1,900          +1,900
    Improved High Rate Alkaline Cell............................  ..............           1,200          +1,200
    Lithium Carbon Monoflouride Coin Cell.......................  ..............             900            +900
    Rechargable Cylindrical Cell................................  ..............           1,600          +1,600
    Low Cost Reusable Alkaline Manganese-Zinc...................  ..............             500            +500
    AA Zinc Air Battery Production..............................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Portable Hybrid Electron Power Systems......................  ..............           1,500          +1,500
    Polymer Extrusion...........................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS.............................................          12,386          17,786          +5,400
    Acoustic Mine Detection.....................................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
    Landmine Warfare & Barrier Advanced Development.............  ..............           2,900          +2,900
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY................................          13,994          19,994          +6,000
    Environmental Quality Technology............................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY.................................          42,344          53,844         +11,500
    Cold Regions Base Camps.....................................  ..............           1,500          +1,500
    Center for Geosciences......................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    University Partnering for Operational Support...............  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Thermoelectric Power Generation for Military Applications...  ..............           3,000          +3,000
WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY...........................................          24,659          26,659          +2,000
    Blisterguard Socks..........................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY..............................................          75,729         102,229         +26,500
    Center for Innovative Minimally Invasive Therapy (CIMIT)....  ..............          12,000         +12,000
    Dye Targeted Laser Fusion...................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Emergency Blood Purification for Combat Casualty Care.......  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Osteoporosis and Bone Disease Research......................  ..............           7,500          +7,500
WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..................................          15,469          20,469          +5,000
    Biosystems Technology.......................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.....................................          16,512          73,012         +56,500
    Center for Prostate Disease Research at WRAMC...............  ..............           7,500          +7,500
    Gallo Center for Alcoholism Research........................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    Joint Diabetes Project......................................  ..............          14,000         +14,000
    Neuroscience Research (NRH).................................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
    Life Support for Trauma and Transport (LSTAT)...............  ..............           1,000          +1,000
    MicroPET at UAB.............................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
    Recombinant Vaccine Research................................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
    Tafenoquine Antimalarial Agent..............................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Volume AngioCAT.............................................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
    Gallo Prostate Cancer Center................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY...............         148,114          89,114         -59,000
    Improved Materials & Powertrain Arch for 21st Century Trucks  ..............           5,000          +5,000
     (IMPACT)...................................................
    Mobile Parts Hospital Technology (MPHT) Pro-  gram..........  ..............           8,000          +8,000
    National Auto Center & Warfighting Battle Labs..............  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Fuel Cell Auxiliary Power Units.............................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Future Scout & Calvary System...............................  ..............         -85,000         -85,000
    Advanced Combat Vehicle Technology Program..................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
MISSILE AND ROCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..........................          25,107          47,107         +22,000
    AMCOM Technical Base........................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    Counter Active Protection Systems...........................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Missile Simulation Technology...............................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (DEM/VAL)..............          12,573          92,573         +80,700
    Army Space Control..........................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Family of Systems Simulators................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Army COE Accoustics.........................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Low Cost Interceptor........................................  ..............           9,000          +9,000
    SMDC Battellab/Space Tech Integration Center................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
    Aero-Acoustic Instrumentation...............................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Tactical High Energy Laser (THEL)...........................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
    Acoustic Technology Research................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Radar Power Technology......................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Supercluster Distributed Memory Technology..................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Scramjet Acoustic Combustion Enhancement....................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Northern Edge Range Safety Instrumentation ($8,400,000), and  ..............          14,700         +14,700
     Northern Edge Launch Range Infrastructure and Equipment
     ($6,300,000)...............................................
TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION..............................          30,139          45,139         +15,000
    XM 1007 (TERM-KE)...........................................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
ADVANCED TANK ARMAMENT SYSTEM (ATAS)............................         118,139         268,139        +150,000
    Transformation Initiative...................................  ..............         150,000        +150,000
NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT.......................          10,968          16,068          +5,100
    Night Vision Systems........................................  ..............           5,100          +5,100
AVIATION--ADV DEV...............................................           5,848          10,848          +5,000
    Virtual Cockpit Optimization Program (VCOP).................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
ARTILLERY SYSTEMS DEM/VAL.......................................         355,309         200,309        -155,000
    Crusader Realignment........................................  ..............        -155,000        -155,000
EW DEVELOPMENT..................................................          61,056          79,056         +18,000
    SIRFC/ATIRCM................................................  ..............          18,000         +18,000
ENGINEER MOBILITY EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT.........................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--ENG DEV...................................          32,574          34,074          +1,500
    Eye Safe Laser..............................................  ..............           1,500          +1,500
COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT.........................          86,321          89,821          +3,500
    Force Provider..............................................  ..............           3,500          +3,500
JOINT SURVEILLANCE/TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM...................          17,898          21,898          +4,000
    Control Data Link System Improvement........................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
AVIATION--ENG DEV...............................................           7,104          12,104          +5,000
    Advanced Integrated Helmet System (AUHS) Program............  ..............           5,000          +5,000
WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--ENG DEV..................................          22,505          31,505          +9,000
    Mortar Anti-Personnel/Anti-Material (MAPAM).................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    M2HB .50 Caliber Quick Change Barrel........................  ..............           1,500          +1,500
    Small Arms Fire Control System (SAFCS)......................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT--ENG DEV..           6,318           9,318          +3,000
    Life Support for Trauma and Transport (LSTAT)...............  ..............           3,000          +3,000
LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--ENG DEV...............................          69,584          99,584         +30,000
    Non Self-Detructing Landmine Alternative....................  ..............          30,000         +30,000
RADAR DEVELOPMENT...............................................           8,429          13,429          +5,000
    Sentinel Radar, Forward Area Air Defense Systems (FAADS)....  ..............           5,000          +5,000
FIREFINDER......................................................          37,363          47,363         +10,000
    AN/TPQ-47 Radar.............................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT..............................          94,170          98,170          +4,000
    Joint Computer Aided Acquisition & Logistics Support........  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Electronic Commodity Pilot..................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT....................................          13,901          18,801          +4,900
    Threat Mine Simulator.......................................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
    Threat Information Operations Simulator.....................  ..............           2,100          +2,100
    XM18S.......................................................  ..............          -2,700          -2,700
    XM-Milimeter Wave Jammer....................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT......................................          13,346          10,346          -3,000
    Aerial Targets..............................................  ..............          -3,000          -3,000
CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM................................          15,410          20,410          +5,000
    Mounted Maneuver Battle Lab (MMBL)..........................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES.................................         119,657         119,657          -5,000
    Stinger Blk II..............................................  ..............          -5,000          -5,000
    WSMR........................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS................................          27,248          43,248         +16,000
    Information Operations Warfare Vulnerabiltiy Assessment.....  ..............          16,000         +16,000
DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER TEST FACILITY.............................          14,521          38,921         +24,400
    Solid State High Energy Laser...............................  ..............          20,000         +20,000
    HELSTF......................................................  ..............           4,400          +4,400
SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING..................................          71,079          68,779          -2,300
    Joint Test Operational Testing..............................  ..............          -2,300          -2,300
MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY.............          11,276          13,276          +2,000
    Munitions Standardization...................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)..............           5,371           8,371          +3,000
    Akamai......................................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM................................          59,523          75,523         +16,000
    MLRS........................................................  ..............          16,000         +16,000
AEROSTAT JOINT PROJECT OFFICE...................................          24,996          26,996          +2,000
    JLENS.......................................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS.............................          99,423          63,923         -35,500
    Abrams Legacy Fleet Digitization............................  ..............           4,500          +4,500
    Engine Upgrade..............................................  ..............         -40,000         -40,000
AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS.............          95,829         107,829         +12,000
    AH-64D Apache Longbow Focused Modernization.................  ..............          12,000         +12,000
FORCE TWENTY-ONE (XXI), WARFIGHTING RAPID ACQUISITION PROGRAM...          -6,021  ..............          -6,021
    Termination.................................................  ..............          -6,021          -6,021
OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS......................          64,418          56,418          -8,000
    Tube Launched Optically Tracked Wire Guided Missile.........  ..............          -8,000          -8,000
TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES...............................          29,427          36,427          +7,000
END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES.....................          57,906          72,906         +15,000
    Totally Integrated Munitions Enterprise Project.............  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    Continuous Manufacturing Technology  (MANTECH)..............  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    SINGCARS Radios.............................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
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                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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           RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, ARMY

BASIC RESEARCH:
    1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH..................          14,459          14,459  ..............
    2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES.................................         132,164         136,414          +4,250
    3 UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS..................          54,365          60,865          +6,500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH.....................................         200,988         211,738         +10,750

APPLIED RESEARCH:
    4 TRACTOR ROSE..............................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    5 MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY......................................          11,557          24,557         +13,000
    6 SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC SURVIVABILITY......................          20,722          20,722  ..............
    7 TRACTOR HIP...............................................           7,226           7,226  ..............
    8 AVIATION TECHNOLOGY.......................................          31,080          31,080  ..............
    9 EW TECHNOLOGY.............................................          17,310          17,310  ..............
    10 MISSILE TECHNOLOGY.......................................          47,183          55,183          +8,000
    11 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY..............................             993             993  ..............
    12 MODELING AND SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY.......................          30,479          35,479          +5,000
    13 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY.................          63,589          87,089         +23,500
    14 BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY....................................          49,750          55,750          +6,000
    15 CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND EQUIPMENT DEFEATING TECHNOLOGY.......           3,530           3,530  ..............
    16 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM.........................           5,415          10,415          +5,000
    17 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY.........................          33,761          38,761          +5,000
    18 ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES.......................          23,869          34,469         +10,600
    19 NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY..................................          20,465          20,465  ..............
    20 COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS......................................          12,386          17,786          +5,400
    21 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY.....................          15,786          15,786  ..............
    22 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY.........................          13,994          19,994          +6,000
    23 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY..............          23,314          23,314  ..............
    24 COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY.........................           3,987           3,987  ..............
    25 MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY..........................          42,344          53,844         +11,500
    26 MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/TRAINING TECHNOLOGY...................          11,869          11,869  ..............
    27 WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY....................................          24,659          26,659          +2,000
    28 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY.......................................          75,729         102,229         +26,500
    29 ARMY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNOLOGY..................           1,338           1,338  ..............
    30 DUAL USE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY..........................          10,154          10,154  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH...................................         602,489         729,989        +127,500

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
    31 WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY...........................          15,469          20,469          +5,000
    32 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..............................          16,512          73,012         +56,500
    33 AVIATION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.............................          28,810          28,810  ..............
    34 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY................          29,738          29,738  ..............
    35 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY........         148,114          89,114         -59,000
    36 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.....          21,505          21,505  ..............
    37 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.....           3,072           3,072  ..............
    38 TRACTOR HIKE.............................................          12,217          12,217  ..............
    40 TRACTOR RED..............................................             984             984  ..............
    41 TRACTOR ROSE.............................................          10,892          10,892  ..............
    42 MILITARY HIV RESEARCH....................................           5,889           5,889  ..............
    43 TRACTOR HIP..............................................             980             980  ..............
    44 GLOBAL SURVEILLANCE/AIR DEFENSE/PRECISION STRIKE  TECH...          21,307          21,307  ..............
    45 EW TECHNOLOGY............................................          15,359          15,359  ..............
    47 MISSILE AND ROCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY...................          25,107          47,107         +22,000
    48 TRACTOR CAGE.............................................           3,083           3,083  ..............
    49 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.........          20,894          20,894  ..............
    50 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM.........................           4,469           4,469  ..............
    51 LINE-OF-SIGHT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION...................          50,727          50,727  ..............
    52 NIGHT VISION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.........................          33,341          33,341  ..............
    53 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT.............           1,616           1,616  ..............
    54 MILITARY ENGINEERING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.................           5,207           5,207  ..............
    55 ADVANCED TACTICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SENSOR TECH.......          15,613          15,613  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT....................         490,905         515,405         +24,500

DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:
    56 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (DEM/VAL).......          12,573          92,573         +80,000
    57 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER--ADV DEV....................          22,803          22,803  ..............
    58 TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION.......................          30,139          45,139         +15,000
    59 ADVANCED TANK ARMAMENT SYSTEM (ATAS).....................         118,139         268,139        +150,000
    60 ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM............................              17              17  ..............
    61 SOLDIER SUPPORT AND SURVIVABILITY........................          13,574          13,574  ..............
    62 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT................          10,968          16,068          +5,100
    63 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEM/VAL.................           4,897           4,897  ..............
    64 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT............................           1,920           1,920  ..............
    65 AVIATION--ADV DEV........................................           5,848          10,848          +5,000
    66 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--ADV DEV...........................          28,679          28,679  ..............
    67 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ADV DEV................           6,317           6,317  ..............
    68 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT CONTROL SYSTEM EVALUATION.........          13,753          13,753  ..............
    69 MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV.................................          15,259          15,259  ..............
    70 TRACTOR CAGE (DEM/VAL)...................................             979             979  ..............
    71 ARTILLERY SYSTEMS--DEM/VAL...............................         355,309         200,309        -155,000
    72 SCAMP BLOCK II DEM/VAL...................................          20,277          20,277  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION.......................         661,451         761,551        +100,100

ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:
    74 AIRCRAFT AVIONICS........................................          42,280          42,280  ..............
    75 ARMED, DEPLOYABLE OH-58D.................................             532             532  ..............
    76 COMANCHE.................................................         614,041         614,041  ..............
    77 EW DEVELOPMENT...........................................          61,056          79,056         +18,000
    78 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO.....................................          62,218          62,218  ..............
    79 ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTEM...............................          44,084          44,084  ..............
    80 TRACTOR CAGE.............................................           2,916           2,916  ..............
    81 MODERNIZED HELLFIRE......................................           4,969           4,969  ..............
    82 INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS.................................               2               2  ..............
    83 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES.................................           1,959           1,959  ..............
    84 SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS--ENG  DEV......           3,461           3,461  ..............
    85 JAVELIN..................................................             490             490  ..............
    86 LANDMINE WARFARE.........................................          15,902          15,902  ..............
    87 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES........................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    88 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL......................................           2,026           2,026  ..............
    89 TACTICAL UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLE (TUGV)..................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    90 LIGHT TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES..........................           9,893           9,893  ..............
    91 ARMORED SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION (ASM)-ENG. DEV.............           2,200           2,200  ..............
    92 ENGINEER MOBILITY EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT..................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
    93 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--ENG DEV............................          32,574          34,074          +1,500
    94 COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT..................          86,321          89,821          +3,500
    95 NON-SYSTEM TRAINING DEVICES--ENG DEV.....................          73,295          73,295  ..............
    96 TERRAIN INFORMATION--ENG DEV.............................           6,082           6,082  ..............
    97 INTEGRATED METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT SYSTEM.................           1,771           1,771  ..............
    98 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE.............................           6,060           6,060  ..............
    99 AIR DEFENSE COMMAND, CONTROL AND INTELLIGENCE--ENG DE....          16,462          16,462  ..............
    100 AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT....................          12,956          12,956  ..............
    101 DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS (DIS)--ENG DEV.....          20,689          20,689  ..............
    102 TACTICAL EXPLOITATION OF NATIONAL CAPABILITIES--EMD.....          57,419          57,419  ..............
    103 BRILLIANT ANTI-ARMOR SUBMUNITION (BAT)..................          96,102          96,102  ..............
    104 JOINT SURVEILLANCE/TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM...........          17,898          21,898          +4,000
    105 POSITIONING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT (SPACE).................           2,420           2,420  ..............
    106 COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (CATT) CORE..............          18,498          18,498  ..............
    107 AVIATION--ENG DEV.......................................           7,104          12,104          +5,000
    108 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--ENG DEV..........................          22,505          31,505          +9,000
    109 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ENG DEV...............          20,457          20,457  ..............
    110 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS--ENG  DEV......          49,316          49,316  ..............
    111 MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT...           6,318           9,318          +3,000
    112 LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--ENG DEV.......................          69,584          99,584         +30,000
    113 SENSE AND DESTROY ARMAMENT MISSILE--ENG DEV.............          52,848          52,848  ..............
    114 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION...................................           5,362           5,362  ..............
    115 ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND AND CONTROL HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE.          33,420          33,420  ..............
    116 LOSAT...................................................          26,800          26,800  ..............
    117 RADAR DEVELOPMENT.......................................           8,429          13,429          +5,000
    118 FIREFINDER..............................................          37,363          47,363         +10,000
    120 ARTILLERY SYSTEMS--EMD..................................          20,105          20,105  ..............
    121 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT......................          94,170          98,170          +4,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL................       1,770,357       1,878,357        +108,000

RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
    122 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT............................          13,901          18,801          +4,900
    123 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT..............................          13,346          10,346          -3,000
    124 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT....................................          44,019          44,019  ..............
    125 RAND ARROYO CENTER......................................          19,872          19,872  ..............
    126 ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL....................................         153,326         153,326  ..............
    127 CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM........................          15,410          20,410          +5,000
    129 ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES.........................         119,657         119,657  ..............
    130 ARMY TECHNICAL TEST INSTRUMENTATION AND TARGETS.........          33,156          33,156  ..............
    131 SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS........................          27,248          43,248         +16,000
    132 DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER TEST FACILITY.....................          14,521          38,921         +24,400
    133 AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION..................................           3,200           3,200  ..............
    134 METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT TO RDT&E; ACTIVITIES..............           6,927           6,927  ..............
    135 MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS...............................           8,737           8,737  ..............
    136 EXPLOITATION OF FOREIGN ITEMS...........................           3,582           3,582  ..............
    137 SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING..........................          71,079          68,779          -2,300
    138 ARMY EVALUATION CENTER..................................          26,337          26,337  ..............
    139 PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITIES..................................          73,811          73,811  ..............
    140 TECHNICAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES........................          26,749          26,749  ..............
    141 MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY.....          11,276          13,276          +2,000
    144 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    145 ARMY ACQUISITION POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM...........           5,418           5,418  ..............
    150 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)......           5,371           8,371          +3,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT.........................         696,943         746,943         +50,000

OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT:
    152 MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM........................          59,523          75,523         +16,000
    153 AEROSTAT JOINT PROJECT OFFICE...........................          24,996          26,996          +2,000
    154 DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS AGAINST WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCT..  ..............  ..............  ..............
    155 ADV FIELD ARTILLERY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM................          36,816          36,816  ..............
    156 COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS.....................          99,423          63,923         -35,500
    157 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM.................................          48,910          48,910  ..............
    158 AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PRO-  GRAMS..          95,829         107,829         +12,000
    159 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM...........           2,929           2,929  ..............
    160 DIGITIZATION............................................          29,671          29,671  ..............
    161 FORCE XXI BATTLE COMMAND, BRIGADE AND BELOW  (FBCB2)....          63,601          63,601  ..............
    162 FORCE TWENTY-ONE (XXI), WARFIGHTING RAPID ACQUISI-  TION           6,021  ..............          -6,021
    163 MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.........          12,365          12,365  ..............
    164 OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS..............          64,418          56,418          -8,000
    165 TRACTOR CARD............................................           3,837           3,837  ..............
    166 JOINT TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM (TRI-TAC).........          38,926          38,926  ..............
    167 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND SYSTEM............................           6,267           6,267  ..............
    168 SPECIAL ARMY PROGRAM....................................           5,215           5,215  ..............
    169 SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES....................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    170 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM....................           8,140           8,140  ..............
    171 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM............................          71,955          71,955  ..............
    172 SATCOM GROUND ENVIRONMENT (SPACE).......................          43,229          43,229  ..............
    173 WWMCCS/GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM................          14,234          14,234  ..............
    174 TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEM............             783             783  ..............
    175 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES.......................          29,427          36,427          +7,000
    176 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS.........................           4,898           4,898  ..............
    177 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS.......................           7,894           7,894  ..............
    178 END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES.............          57,906          72,906         +15,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT...................         837,213         839,692          +2,479

    0 ARMY GROUND INTELLIGENCE CENTER...........................  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, ARMY.........       5,260,346       5,683,675        +423,329
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           Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $9,110,326,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   8,476,677,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,812,070,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,812,070,000 
for the Navy's research, development, test, and evaluation 
programs, an increase of $335,393,000 to the budget request.
    The budget activities and programs funded under this 
appropriation are discussed below.
    Applied Communications and Information Networking Program 
(ACIN).--The Committee recognizes that communications and 
networking technologies are critical to Department of Defense 
(DoD) command and control, cooperative engagement, precision 
strike, intelligence dissemination, logistics, and day-to-day 
business operations. The Committee also recognizes that most 
advanced technology developments in these areas emerge from 
commercial industry. To promote increased partnering between 
commercial industry and the DoD in these technologies, the 
Committee recommends $15,000,000 for the Applied Communications 
and Information Networking Program at the Center for 
Telecommunications and Information Networking at Drexel 
University in Camden, New Jersey.
    National Technology Alliance Program (NTA).--The Committee 
has supported expansion of the National Technology Alliance 
(NTA) program from the Intelligence Community to the Defense 
Department in fiscal year 1999 and fiscal year 2000. The 
efforts that have been undertaken by the NTA's component 
laboratories, consisting of the National Media Laboratory 
(NML), the National Information Display Laboratory (NIDL) and 
the National Center for Applied Technology in support of the 
Navy are what was envisioned. The assessment and application of 
commercially developed advanced information technologies to 
naval operations and systems have already saved unnecessary R&D; 
investments. Ongoing efforts hold the promise of greater 
savings and increased effectiveness. The Committee recommends 
an additional $15,000,000 for the NTA program. The Committee 
further wishes to see the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for 
Research, Development and Acquisition oversee and guide this 
department-wide program and to insure that the Navy adequately 
programs for the NTA in future.
    Vectored Thrust Ducted Propeller.--The Committee provides 
an increase of $3,200,000 for the Vectored Thrust Ducted 
Propeller (VTDP) Compound Helicopter flight demonstration to 
mitigate the added cost of the Navy's changes in contracting 
strategy, demonstration platform, ground and flight testing 
requirements. In accordance with the Navy's prior year 
commitments to Congress to flight test this technology, the 
Committee expects the Navy to address the balance of any 
funding shortfall as part of the fiscal year 2002 budget 
process. The Committee understands the Air Force has expressed 
interest in the Navy's VTDP Compound Helicopter demonstration 
effort, and recommends the Navy work with the Air Force to 
ensure that joint Combat Rescue requirements are addressed as 
part of this demonstration.
    Theater Air and Missile Defense.--The Committee is aware of 
the Navy's attempts to define a comprehensive Theater Air and 
Missile Defense Program, linking theater missile defense, 
overland cruise missile defense, with a robust battlespace 
management C\4\I capability. To accelerate this effort, the 
Committee recommends an increase of $15,000,000 for the E-2C 
RMP littoral surveillance program and $10,000,000 for 
Cooperative Engagement Capability P\3\I efforts to link the 
UESA radar and other sensors with CEC.
    Anti-Armor Weapons System (SMAW Follow on LOSET).--The 
Committee continues to support work begun last year on the 
LOSET technology in support of the Shoulder-Launched Multi-
purpose Assault Weapon (SMAW) and its relevance to the Follow 
On To SMAW (FOTS) effort in the Marine Corps. This promising 
technology will provide the Marine Corps with a fire from 
enclosure capability in a ``soft launch'' environment that is 
safe for the users. The current effort is limited to the 
investigation of the LOSET application to the High Explosive 
Dual Purpose warhead. The Committee is aware that the FOTS 
requirement is for a family of warheads to include but not 
limited to smoke, flechette and concussion. Based on the 
success of the program to date and the need for additional 
warheads R&D;, the Committee has added $3,000,000 to continue 
and expand the LOSET effort in support of FOTS.
    Science and Technology Funding.--The Committee is concerned 
about inadequate funding for Science and Technology by the Navy 
for future technological needs and the growing diversion of 
resources from long term investment to short term expenditures. 
The Committee is especially concerned about technologies which 
need to be supported over the long-term because they: (1) Are 
essential national naval responsibilities; (2) have the 
potential to have a major impact on the Navy After Next; and 
(3) are not likely to be supported by the private sector. An 
important set of technologies which falls into this category is 
Naval Ship Technologies which includes: Hydrodynamics; 
machinery, electrical and propulsion systems; stealth; ship 
protection and structures; and advanced seaborne materials. To 
maintain U.S. technological superiority in these areas, the 
Committee recommends that the Administration give serious 
consideration to the relationship between increased and 
consistent funding in science and technology and the 
maintenance of U.S. technology superiority, and reflects these 
considerations in future budget submissions and FYDPs. The 
Committee notes the critical importance of the work being done 
at the Carderock Division of the Naval Sea Systems Command and 
believes that a larger percent of the Navy science and 
technology needs to be directed toward this area in the future.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AIR AND SURFACE LAUNCHED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY.....................          37,966          49,966         +12,000
    Free Electron Laser.........................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Pulse Detonation Engine Technology..........................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
SHIP, SUBMARINE & LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGY..........................          44,563          58,813         +14,250
    Biodegradable Polymers......................................  ..............           1,250          +1,250
    Non-Magnetic, Stainless Steel Adv Double Hull...............  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    3DP Metal Fabrication Process...............................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Bio-environmental Hazards Research Program (BHRP)...........  ..............           3,000          +3,000
MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY...........................           9,793          12,793          +3,000
    Center for Emerging Threats & Opportunities.................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
COMMUNICATIONS, COMMAND AND CONTROL, INTEL, SURVEILLANCE........          79,905         132,905         +53,000
    Hyperspectral Research......................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Networking Program, ACIN....................................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
    UESA Signal Processing......................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    Tatical Component Network Demonstration.....................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    E-2C RMP Littoral Surveillance..............................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER TECHNOL-  OGY...............          68,076          87,576         +19,500
    Materials Electronics & Computer Technology Program.........  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Vacuum Electronics..........................................  ..............          -5,000          -5,000
    Advanced Materials Processing Center........................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Wood Composite Technology Project...........................  ..............           1,500          +1,500
    Innovative Communications Materials.........................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Intermediate Moduls Carbon Fiber Qualification..............  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Silicon Carbide Semiconductor Material Development..........  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Nanoscale Science & Technology Program......................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Composite Storage Module....................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Advanced Materials Innovative Communications Materials......  ..............           2,000          +2,000
OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ATMOSPHERIC TECHNOLOGY........................          60,320          65,320          +5,000
    Littoral Acoustic Demonstration Center (LADC)...............  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Distributed Marine Environmental Forecasting System.........  ..............           3,000          +3,000
UNDERSEA WARFARE WEAPONRY TECHNOLOGY............................          35,028          41,228          +6,200
    Computational Engineering Design............................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    MEMS........................................................  ..............           2,200          +2,200
DUAL USE APPLICATIONS PROGRAM...................................          10,067          12,067          +2,000
    Energy and Environmental Technology Initiative..............  ..............           2,000          +2,000
AIR SYSTEMS AND WEAPONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.....................          39,667          45,367          +5,700
    Precision Strike Navigator..................................  ..............           5,700          +5,700
SURFACE SHIP & SUBMARINE HM&E; ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY...............          37,432          57,232         +19,800
    Laser Welding and Cutting...................................  ..............           2,800          +2,800
    Virtual Test Bed............................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Modular Composite Hull......................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Composite Helo Hangar Door..................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Supply Chain Best Practices Program.........................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Advanced Waterjet-21........................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION (ATD)............          54,749          58,749          +4,000
    Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Project Albert.....  ..............           4,000          +4,000
MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADV TECH  DEV..................          26,988          29,988          +3,000
    RIT Center for Integrated Manufacturing.....................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND LOGISTICS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.........          24,002          42,202         +18,200
    Ocean Power Technology......................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Hybrid Lidar-Radar..........................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    Geotrack Positioning Technology Program.....................  ..............           7,500          +7,500
    Smart Base Initiative.......................................  ..............           2,700          +2,700
    Visualization of Technical Information......................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
NAVY TECHNICAL INFORMATION PRESENTATION SYS-  TEM...............          49,506          52,506          +3,000
    Joint Experimentation.......................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY............................          58,296          61,296          +3,000
    Magnetrestrictive Transduction..............................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..............          45,618          48,618          +3,000
    Ocean Modeling for Mine & Expeditionary War-  fare..........  ..............           3,000          +3,000
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION..................................          76,333         102,533         +26,200
    Vectored Thrust Ducted Propellor............................  ..............           3,200          +3,200
    Advanced Hull Form Inshore Demonstrator.....................  ..............           8,000          +8,000
    HYSWAC......................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    USMC ATT Initiative.........................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
C3 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..........................................          29,673          44,673         +15,000
    National Technology Alliance................................  ..............          15,000         +15,000
AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS.................................          30,337          32,837          +2,500
    National Center of Excellence in Hydrography................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.........................................          19,680          24,680          +5,000
    Advanced Periscope Detection................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTERMEASURES..................          97,929         102,929          +5,000
    Minesweeper Integrated Combat Weapons Sys-  tem.............  ..............           5,000          +5,000
SHIPBOARD SYSTEM COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT..........................         244,437         252,437          +8,000
    MTTC/IPI....................................................  ..............           8,000          +8,000
SSGN CONVERSION.................................................          34,762          39,762          +5,000
    Conversion..................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT...........................         113,269         127,769         +14,500
    Enhanced Performance Motor Brush............................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Conformal Acoustic Velocity Sonar (CAVES)...................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Common Towed Arrays.........................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    C128 Advanced Composite Submarine Sail......................  ..............           2,500          +2,500
SHIP PRELIMINARY DESIGN & FEASIBILITY STUDIES...................          46,896          50,496          +3,600
    Shipboard Simulator for USMC Operations.....................  ..............          20,000         +20,000
    JCCX Analysis of Alternatives...............................  ..............         -16,400         -16,400
ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS..............................           5,635          10,135          +4,500
    Naval Combat Survivabilty...................................  ..............           4,500          +4,500
COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION.......................................          32,966          37,966          +5,000
    Common Command and Decision System..........................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS..........................................          28,619          31,619          +3,000
    Navy Insensitive Munitions..................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES...................................         137,981         155,481         +17,500
    Marine Corps Assault Vehicles...............................  ..............          17,500         +17,500
MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM.......................          23,216          43,516         +20,300
    SMAW Follow-on..............................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems......................  ..............          17,300         +17,300
COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT..........................................         119,257         149,257         +30,000
    Cooperative Engagement Capability...........................  ..............          20,000         +20,000
    CEC P\3\I...................................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY..........................................         143,044         133,244          -9,800
    Extended Range Guided Munition..............................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    ALAM........................................................  ..............         -19,800         -19,800
JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)--DEM/VAL.............................         131,566         327,666        +196,094
    Flight Test Program Extension...............................  ..............         +10,000         +10,000
    Demonstration/Validation Program Extension..................  ..............         186,094        +186,094
NONLETHAL WEAPONS--DEM/VAL......................................          23,580          29,580          +6,000
    Joint Nonlethal Weapons Laboratory..........................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Non-lethal Research and Technology..........................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING               34,100          38,100          +4,000
 SUPPORT........................................................
    Collaborative Integrated Information Technology.............  ..............           4,000          +4,000
AV-8B Aircraft--Eng Dev.........................................          38,061          24,961         -13,100
    Laser Sport Tracker.........................................  ..............         -13,100         -13,100
MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT....................          69,946          79,946         +10,000
    Advanced Threat Infared Countermeasures.....................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    SH-60R ATIRCM...............................................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT....................................          17,466          16,027          -1,439
    K-36 Ejection Seat Qualification............................  ..............          -6,439          -6,439
    Joint Service Ejection Seat Program.........................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
EW DEVELOPMENT..................................................          97,281         122,281         +25,000
    EA-6B Link 16 Integration...................................  ..............          30,000         +30,000
    ICAP III Reserve............................................  ..............          -5,000          -5,000
SC-21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM ENGINEERING.............................         305,274         313,274          +8,000
    Multi-Function Radar (AN/SPY-3).............................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
    Power Node Control Centers..................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING.....................         179,684         204,684         +25,000
    Aegis Combat System Engineering Upgrade.....................  ..............          25,000         +25,000
SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION...............................          34,801          49,801         +15,000
    ARCI........................................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    Antenna Technology Improvement..............................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
NEW DESIGN SSN..................................................         207,091         210,091          +3,000
    Submarine Common Architecture...............................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/ LIVE FIRE T&E.............................;          62,204          72,204         +10,000
    Nuclear Aircraft Carrier Design and Product Modeling........  ..............          10,000         +10,000
SHIP SELF DEFENSE--EMD..........................................          85,049          87,149          +2,100
    Anti-ship Missile Decoy System..............................  ..............           2,100          +2,100
MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT.............................................           5,273          11,773          +6,500
    Smart Aortic Arch Catheter..................................  ..............           1,500          +1,500
    Coastal Cancer Control......................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
DISTRIBUTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM.................................          20,710          40,710         +20,000
    Advanced Deployable System..................................  ..............          20,000         +20,000
JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER EMD........................................         295,962  ..............        -295,962
    Extend Dem/Val..............................................  ..............        -295,962        -295,962
MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT............................................          40,707          43,707          +3,000
    Fleet Air Training..........................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES.......................................          43,889          38,889          -5,000
    Program Reduction...........................................  ..............          -5,000          -5,000
TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT.....................................         270,327         272,327          +2,000
    PMRF........................................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT...............................           8,091           9,091          +1,000
    Marine Corps University.....................................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
F/A 18 Squadrons................................................         248,093         243,093          -5,000
    AFLIR Reserve...............................................  ..............          -4,000          -4,000
    JHMCS Contract Savings......................................  ..............          -1,000          -1,000
CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.......................          27,059          32,059          +5,000
    Joint Tactical Combat Training System.......................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
HARM IMPROVEMENT................................................          21,355          26,355          +5,000
    Quick Bolt, ACDT Program....................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.................................  ..............          19,000         +19,000
    LASH........................................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    Range Airship...............................................  ..............           9,000          +9,000
F-14 UPGRADE....................................................           1,228          11,228         +10,000
    Demonstrate SAR Pod.........................................  ..............           9,000          +9,000
RWR Antenna Replacement and System Enhancement..................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS.............................          96,153          99,153          +3,000
    Joint Enhanced Core Communications System...................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
JOINT C\4\ISR BATTLE CENTER (JBC)...............................           7,795           9,795          +2,000
    Interoperability Process Software Tools.....................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS.................................           4,759           8,759          +4,000
    Hyperspectral Modular Upgrades to Airborne Recon. System....  ..............           4,000          +4,000
SPACE ACTIVITIES................................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    SPAWAR SATCOM Systems Integration Initiative................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT.................................           9,106          14,106          +5,000
    SPAWAR......................................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS.............................................         531,940         457,940         -74,000
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                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, NAVY

BASIC RESEARCH:
    1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH..................          16,343          16,343  ..............
    2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES.................................         381,139         381,139  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH.....................................         397,482         397,482  ..............

APPLIED RESEARCH:
    3 AIR AND SURFACE LAUNCHED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY...............          37,966          49,966         +12,000
    4 SHIP, SUBMARINE and LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGY..................          44,563          59,063         +14,500
    5 AIRCRAFT TECHNOLOGY.......................................          21,057          21,057  ..............
    6 MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY.....................           9,793          12,793          +3,000
    8 COMMUNICATIONS, COMMAND AND CONTROL, INTELLIGENCE.........          79,905         132,905         +53,000
    9 HUMAN SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY..................................          30,939          33,939          +3,000
    10 MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY...........          68,076          87,576         +19,500
    11 ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY............................          26,043          26,043  ..............
    12 UNDERSEA WARFARE SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY.................          52,488          52,488  ..............
    13 MINE COUNTERMEASURES, MINING AND SPECIAL WARFARE.........          50,864          50,864  ..............
    14 OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ATMOSPHERIC TECHNOLOGY.................          60,320          65,320          +5,000
    15 UNDERSEA WARFARE WEAPONRY TECHNOLOGY.....................          35,028          41,228          +6,200
    16 DUAL USE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM..................          10,067          12,067          +2,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH...................................         527,109         645,309        +118,200

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
    17 AIR SYSTEMS AND WEAPONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..............          39,667          45,367          +5,700
    18 PRECISION STRIKE AND AIR DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY..............          68,555          68,555  ..............
    19 ADVANCED ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY...................          17,583          17,583  ..............
    20 SURFACE SHIP AND SUBMARINE HM&E; ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY......          37,432          57,232         +19,800
    21 MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION (ATD).....          54,749          58,749          +4,000
    22 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT......................................          10,110          10,110  ..............
    23 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADV TECH DEV............          26,988          29,988          +3,000
    24 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND LOGISTICS ADVANCED TECHNOLOG...          24,002           2,202         +18,200
    25 NAVY TECHNICAL INFORMATION PRESENTATION SYSTEM...........          49,506          52,506          +3,000
    26 UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.....................          58,296          61,296          +3,000
    27 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.......          45,618          48,618          +3,000
    28 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION...........................          76,333         102,533         +26,200
    29 C3 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY...................................          29,673          44,673         +15,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT....................         538,512         639,412        +100,900

DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:
    30 AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS..........................          30,337          32,837          +2,500
    31 AVIATION SURVIVABILITY...................................           7,536           7,536  ..............
    32 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT..................................          19,680          24,680          +5,000
    33 TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE.........................           1,956           1,956  ..............
    34 ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY.......................           6,943           6,943  ..............
    35 SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTERMEASURES...........          97,929         102,929          +5,000
    36 ADVANCED SUBMARINE COMBAT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT............  ..............  ..............  ..............
    37 SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE.............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    38 CARRIER SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT..............................         148,952         148,952  ..............
    39 SHIPBOARD SYSTEM COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT...................         244,437         252,437          +8,000
    40 PILOT FISH...............................................         107,598         107,598  ..............
    41 ADVANCED SOFTWARE AND COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY...............  ..............  ..............  ..............
    42 RETRACT LARCH............................................          11,895          11,895  ..............
    43 RETRACT JUNIPER..........................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    44 RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL.....................................             572             572  ..............
    45 SURFACE ASW..............................................           6,752           6,752  ..............
    46 SSGN CONVERSION..........................................          34,762          39,762          +5,000
    47 ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT....................         113,269         127,769         +14,500
    48 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEMS.......................           4,356           4,356  ..............
    49 SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED DESIGN.............................             162             162  ..............
    50 SHIP PRELIMINARY DESIGN AND FEASIBILITY STUDIES..........          46,896          50,496          +3,600
    51 ADVANCED NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS...........................         168,483         168,483  ..............
    52 ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS.......................           5,635          10,135          +4,500
    53 CHALK EAGLE..............................................          64,770          64,770  ..............
    54 COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION................................          32,966          37,966          +5,000
    55 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS...................................          28,619          31,619          +3,000
    56 MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES............................         137,981         155,481         +17,500
    58 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM................          23,216          43,516         +20,300
    59 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT.............          13,131          13,131  ..............
    60 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT...................................         119,257         149,257         +30,000
    61 OCEAN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT.................          15,371          15,371  ..............
    62 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.................................          62,194          62,194  ..............
    63 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM......................................           4,942           4,942  ..............
    64 FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT...................................           1,824           1,824  ..............
    65 CHALK CORAL..............................................          52,886          52,886  ..............
    66 NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY...............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    67 RETRACT MAPLE............................................         125,222         125,222  ..............
    68 LINK PLUMERIA............................................          42,372          42,372  ..............
    69 RETRACT ELM..............................................          13,541          13,541  ..............
    70 SHIP SELF DEFENSE--DEM/VAL...............................           6,610           6,610  ..............
    71 LINK EVERGREEN...........................................           9,712           9,712  ..............
    72 SPECIAL PROCESSES........................................          62,510          62,510  ..............
    73 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT............................           8,992           8,992  ..............
    74 LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY...................................         143,044         133,244          -9,800
    75 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)--DEM/VAL......................         131,566         327,660        +196,094
    76 NONLETHAL WEAPONS--DEM/VAL...............................          23,580          29,580          +6,000
    77 ALL SERVICE COMBAT IDENTIFICATION EVALUATION TEAM........          13,110          13,110  ..............
    79 HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM (HDBTDS).....  ..............  ..............  ..............
    80 SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) ARCHITECTURE/EN-  GINE          34,100          38,100          +4,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION.....................       2,229,666       2,549,860        +320,194

ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:
    81 TRAINING SYSTEM AIRCRAFT.................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    82 OTHER HELO DEVELOPMENT...................................          24,393          24,393  ..............
    83 AV-8B AIRCRAFT--ENG DEV..................................          38,061          24,961         -13,100
    84 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT....................................          95,814          95,814  ..............
    85 MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT.............          69,946          79,946         +10,000
    86 S-3 WEAPON SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT............................             455             455  ..............
    87 AIR/OCEAN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING..........................           6,051           6,051  ..............
    88 P-3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM................................           2,906           2,906  ..............
    89 TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM..................................          57,817          57,817  ..............
    90 H-1 UPGRADES.............................................         139,680         139,680  ..............
    91 ACOUSTIC SEARCH SENSORS..................................          20,766          20,766  ..............
    92 V-22A....................................................         148,168         148,168  ..............
    93 AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.............................          17,466          16,027          -1,439
    94 EW DEVELOPMENT...........................................          97,281         122,281         +25,000
    95 SC-21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM ENGINEERING......................         305,274         313,274          +8,000
    96 SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING..............         179,684         204,684         +25,000
    97 LPD-17 CLASS SYSTEMS INTEGRATION.........................             273             273  ..............
    98 TRI-SERVICE STANDOFF ATTACK MISSILE......................           2,024           2,024  ..............
    99 STANDARD MISSILE IMPROVEMENTS............................           1,194           1,194  ..............
    100 AIRBORNE MCM............................................          47,312          47,312  ..............
    101 SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION.......................          34,801          49,801         +15,000
    102 AIR CONTROL.............................................          13,538          13,538  ..............
    103 ENHANCED MODULAR SIGNAL PROCESSOR.......................             875             875  ..............
    104 SHIPBOARD AVIATION SYSTEMS..............................           9,833           9,833  ..............
    105 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER CONVERSION....................           3,720           3,720  ..............
    106 SUBMARINE COMBAT SYSTEM.................................           3,642           3,642  ..............
    107 SWATH (SMALL WATERPLANE AREA TWIN HULL) OCEANOGRAPHIC...  ..............  ..............  ..............
    108 NEW DESIGN SSN..........................................         207,091         210,091          +3,000
    109 SSN-21 DEVELOPMENTS.....................................           6,617           6,617  ..............
    110 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEM.......................          20,492          20,492  ..............
    111 SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/LIVE FIRE T&E......................;          62,204          72,204         +10,000
    112 NAVY TACTICAL COMPUTER RESOURCES........................           3,291           3,291  ..............
    113 MINE DEVELOPMENT........................................           1,968           1,968  ..............
    114 UNGUIDED CONVENTIONAL AIR-LAUNCHED WEAPONS..............           2,581           2,581  ..............
    115 LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO DEVELOPMENT.........................           9,347           9,347  ..............
    116 MARINE CORPS MINE COUNTERMEASURES SYSTEMS--ENG DEV......  ..............  ..............  ..............
    117 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION............................          26,151          26,151  ..............
    118 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT............           7,102           7,102  ..............
    119 PERSONNEL, TRAINING, SIMULATION, AND HUMAN FACTORS......           1,271           1,271  ..............
    120 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM.....................................           5,531           5,531  ..............
    121 BATTLE GROUP PASSIVE HORIZON EXTENSION SYSTEM...........           2,232           2,232  ..............
    122 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON SYSTEMS...........................          20,823          20,823  ..............
    123 SHIP SELF DEFENSE--EMD..................................          85,049          87,149          +2,100
    124 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT.....................................           5,273          11,773          +6,500
    125 NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM....................................          18,487          18,487  ..............
    126 DISTRIBUTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM.........................          20,710          40,710         +20,000
    127 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)--EMD.........................         295,962  ..............        -295,962
    128 COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT SAVINGS INITIA-  TIVE.  ..............  ..............  ..............
    129 SMART CARD DEV/MOD......................................           1,240           1,240  ..............
    130 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT......................           6,833           6,833  ..............
    131 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT......................          15,259          18,259          +3,000
    132 NAVY STANDARD INTEGRATED PERSONNEL SYSTEM (NSIPS).......           5,917           5,917  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL................       2,152,405       1,969,504        -182,901

RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
    133 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT............................          24,293          24,293  ..............
    134 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT..............................          41,138          41,138  ..............
    135 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT....................................          40,707          43,707          +3,000
    136 STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT--NAVY......................           8,056           8,056  ..............
    137 CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES...............................          43,889          38,889          -5,000
    138 FLEET TACTICAL DEVELOPMENT..............................           2,886           2,886  ..............
    140 TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES..........................             949             949  ..............
    141 MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL AND INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT.........          17,644          17,644  ..............
    142 STRATEGIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT.............................           2,403           2,403  ..............
    143 RDT&E; SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT.................          53,380          53,380  ..............
    144 RDT&E; INSTRUMENTATION MODERNIZATION.....................          12,045          12,045  ..............
    145 RDT&E; SHIP AND AIRCRAFT SUPPORT.........................          76,128          76,128  ..............
    146 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT.............................         270,327         272,327          +2,000
    147 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CAPABILITY..............           8,957           8,957  ..............
    148 NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) SUPPORT.........           3,262           3,262  ..............
    149 SEW SURVEILLANCE/RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT.................          12,694          12,694  ..............
    150 MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT.......................           8,091           9,091          +1,000
    151 TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC ACTIVITIES.........................           4,666           4,666  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT...........................         631,515         632,515          +1,000

OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT:
    153 ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS...........................         207,000         207,000  ..............
    154 RETRACT VIOLET..........................................          30,161          30,161  ..............
    156 COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT SAVINGS INITIA-  TIVE.          12,485          12,485  ..............
    157 STRATEGIC SUB AND WEAPONS SYSTEM SUPPORT................          42,687          44,687          +2,000
    158 SSBN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM........................          31,173          31,173  ..............
    159 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT..................             879             879  ..............
    160 F/A-18 SQUADRONS........................................         248,093         243,093          -5,000
    161 E-2 SQUADRONS...........................................          18,698          18,698  ..............
    162 FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS (TACTICAL).....................          12,012          12,012  ..............
    163 TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK MISSION PLANNING CENTER (TMPC)....          91,436          91,436  ..............
    164 INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM..........................          16,928          16,928  ..............
    165 AMPHIBIOUS TACTICAL SUPPORT UNITS.......................           7,911           7,911  ..............
    166 CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT...............          27,059          32,059          +5,000
    167 ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) READINESS SUPPORT...............           9,924           9,924  ..............
    168 HARM IMPROVEMENT........................................          21,355          26,355          +5,000
    169 TACTICAL DATA LINKS.....................................          26,245          26,245  ..............
    170 SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION...................          29,585          29,585  ..............
    171 MK-48 ADCAP.............................................          15,853          15,853  ..............
    172 AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS...................................          51,018          51,018  ..............
    0 NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM...........................  ..............          19,000         +19,000
    173 F-14 UPGRADE............................................           1,228          11,228         +10,000
    174 OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS.......................          53,435          53,435  ..............
    175 MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS.....................          96,153          99,153          +3,000
    176 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS SYSTEMS......          22,124          22,124  ..............
    177 MARINE CORPS COMBAT SERVICES SUPPORT....................           2,854           2,854  ..............
    178 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES...................................          21,705          21,705  ..............
    179 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM).......          12,140          12,140  ..............
    182 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)........................          37,778          37,778  ..............
    183 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM....................          21,530          21,530  ..............
    186 NAVY METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEAN SENSORS-SPACE (METOC).....          19,730          19,730  ..............
    187 JOINT C4ISR BATTLE CENTER (JBC).........................           7,795           9,795          +2,000
    188 JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS....................           7,000           7,000  ..............
    190 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES.......................         113,052         113,052  ..............
    ORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS.................................           4,759           8,759          +4,000
    192 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS...........................          27,479          27,479  ..............
    193 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS.......................           4,482           4,482  ..............
    194 NAVAL SPACE SURVEILLANCE................................           2,038           2,038  ..............
    0 SPACE ACTIVITIES..........................................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    196 MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT.........................           9,106          14,106          +5,000
    197 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)..............................          34,166          34,166  ..............
    198 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS.................................          59,626          59,626  ..............
    199 MARITIME TECHNOLOGY (MARITECH)..........................           9,366           9,366  ..............
    999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS.....................................         531,940         457,940         -74,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT...................       1,999,988       1,977,988         -22,000
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, NAVY.........       8,476,677       8,812,070        +335,393
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         Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force

Appropriations, 2000.................................... $13,674,537,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  13,685,576,000
Committee recommendation................................  13,931,145,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$13,931,145,000 for the Air Force's research, development, 
test, and evaluation programs, an increase of $245,569,000 to 
the budget request.
    The budget activities and programs funded under this 
appropriation are discussed below.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Defense Support Program.--The Committee is aware of the 
early success of an on-going program under DSP called the High 
Accuracy Network Determination System (HANDS) and directs that 
$2,000,000 of the funds provided in this program be available 
to continue the HANDS program.
    Maui Space Surveillance System.--The Committee recommends 
$19,625,000 for the Maui Space Surveillance System. This 
funding will allow the activity to sustain operations and 
research at the site. The Committee is aware that the Air Force 
is working with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory on a Near Earth 
Asteroid Tracker at MSSS and encourages the Air Force to 
allocate up to $2,000,000 for this purpose to catalog and 
characterize potential hazardous asteroids.
    Airborne Laser.--In adding $92,400,000 to the budget 
request for the Airborne Laser (ABL) program, the Committee 
notes the program's outstanding cost, schedule, and technical 
performance, as well as the potential ABL has for ballistic 
missile defense. Accordingly, the Committee directs the use of 
the additional funds to maintain the program schedule which 
will result in the first intercept attempt in fiscal year 2003 
and the Initial Operating Capability in fiscal year 2007, 
barring unforeseen technical problems.
    F-15 Squadrons.--The Committee has provided an increase of 
$5,000,000 to the budget for F-15 survivability enhancements. 
The Committee has also provided an increase of $26,900,000 in 
the ``Aircraft Procurement, Air Force'' account for procurement 
efforts associated with the survivability enhancement program. 
The funds are only for the enhancing the situational awareness 
and survivability of F-15 aircraft in Air National Guard and 
Reserve squadrons. The Committee is concerned that these 
aircraft, which are part of the Air Expeditionary Wings, will 
be deployed with inadequate radar warning receivers. The 
Committee believes that these funds should be focused on 
improving modernizing the radar warning receivers of these 
aircraft.
    The Committee is also aware of a request to add BOL Chaff 
systems to these aircraft. However, the Committee believes that 
greater situational awareness will offer a greater 
survivability enhancement and urges the Air Force to make radar 
warning receiver upgrades a first priority.
    Joint Strike Fighter.--The Committee has strongly supported 
previous budget requests for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) 
program. This program holds the promise of delivering a low 
cost, stealthy, joint service aircraft. The program goals of 
designing in manufacturability and maintainability should pay 
tremendous dividends in future operating budgets. However, the 
importance of this program is such that we must make the right 
decisions based on complete information.
    The Committee understands the delayed start of the JSF 
flight testing program. The current schedule calls for 
selection of a single design for EMD in March, 2001. However, 
program delays may delay the initiation of flight tests of the 
Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) demonstrators until the 
March timeframe. The Committee believes that all of the flight 
testing should be completed and fully evaluated prior to the 
selection of an JSF EMD design. The Department of Defense has 
indicated that indeed the EMD decision may slip until June, 
2001.
    The budget request included a total of $261,104,000 to 
continue the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Demonstration/
Validation effort. The budget request also included 
$595,502,000 for the JSF Engineering and Manufacturing 
Development (EMD) program. The Committee has deleted all funds 
from the JSF EMD program elements.
    The Committee recommendation provides a total of 
$653,292,000 for JSF Demonstration and Validation, allocated 
between the Navy and Air Force JSF Dem/Val program elements. 
The budget assumed that DoD had adequate funds to continue the 
JSF Dem/Val program through March, 2001. The Committee 
recommendation adds $20,000,000 to extend the Dem/Val program 
through June. Further, the Committee has added $372,188,000 
which can be used to further continue and enhance the JSF Dem/
Val program. The Comittee has deleted 3 months of EMD funding 
to reflect the delay in initiating the EMD program. The 
Committee directs that DoD conduct a complete flight test 
program for the JSF prototypes and perform a full evaluation of 
all flight test results as part of the EMD proposal review.
    The Committee is aware of no justification for changing the 
JSF acquisition strategy. The Committee directs that DoD use 
the available funds only to proceed with the original 
acquisition strategy of selecting a single design, and 
associated industry team, to develop the Joint Strike Fighter. 
The Committee believes that industrial base concerns can best 
be addressed after the source selection decision. Companies 
need to evaluate their desire to participate in the JSF program 
based on their strategic business objectives. While the future 
aircraft industrial base may be a concern, DoD can be partner 
in discussion to address these concerns as companies work on 
viable teaming or work sharing agreements.
    The Committee also continues to support the Alternate 
Engine Program (AEP) for JSF and expects that the recommended 
changes in overall JSF funding will not impact the current AEP 
schedule and that no funds will be diverted from the existing 
AEP plan.
    C-5 Airlift Squadrons.--The Committee has provided 
$44,901,000, a reduction to the budget request of $47,629,000. 
The reduction eliminates funds for the C-5 Reliability 
Enhancement and Reengining Program.
    On April 26, 2000, General Shelton testified that, ``We 
have some tremendous challenges with the C-5 Alpha right now. 
When we complete this analysis of alternatives, we will be in a 
position I think to recommend to the Secretary and to be able 
to tell you whether or not we think it would be best just to 
make a decision to stop pouring money into the C-5 Alpha and 
come to you and say, we need to increase the production on the 
C-17s or buy more, or whether or not we should go ahead and fix 
the C-5 Alphas right now. The intuition says that probably C-
17s would be the right answer, but I would defer on making a 
recommendation until we finish the analysis.'' The Committee 
agrees that DoD needs to complete the mobility study so we all 
have a road map for future investment in the airlift fleet. 
Accordingly, the Committee reduction defers the C-5 Reliability 
Enhancement and Reengining program at this time.
    Life Support Systems.--The recommendation provides an 
increase of $5,000,000 for Joint Seat Program. The Committee 
has made a similar recommendation within the ``Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy'' account. The Committee 
restates its direction contained in the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2000. The Committee directs that DoD 
conduct a full and open competition under this program with no 
arbitrary restrictions applied by DoD to limit the competition.
    Combat Training Ranges.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $4,000,000 for Advanced Data Oriented Security 
Module (ADOSM) integration activities at combat training 
ranges. Further, the Secretary of the Air Force shall inform 
the Congressional Defense Committees by November 1, 2000 of the 
earliest expected implementation of ADOSM to achieve initial 
operational capability for Nellis and Tyndall Air Force Bases.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                  2001 budget      Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
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Defense Research Sciences.....................................         206,149         208,149          + 2,000
    Optics....................................................  ..............           2,000            +2000
Materials.....................................................          72,815          97,415          +24,600
    Advanced Physical Vapor Transport Growth Process for SiC    ..............           5,000           +5,000
     Components...............................................
    Aircraft Structural Integrity.............................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Carbon Foam Development for Aircraft/Spacecraft...........  ..............           4,000           +4,000
    Ceramic Matrix Composites.................................  ..............           3,600           +3,600
    Laser Processing Tools....................................  ..............           4,000           +4,000
    Resin Transfer Molded High Temperature Materials for        ..............           2,000           +2,000
     Engines..................................................
    Thermal Protection System for Hypervelocity Vehicles......  ..............           1,500           +1,500
    Weathering and Corrosion on Aircraft Surfaces and Parts...  ..............           1,500           +1,500
Aerospace Flight Dynamics.....................................          48,775          49,327             +552
    Aeronautical Research.....................................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
    Control Techniques and Adaptive Flight Control Algorithms.  ..............          -5,448           -5,448
Human Effectiveness Applied Research..........................          62,619          68,619           +6,000
    Solid Electrolyte Oxygen Seperator........................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
Aerospace Propulsion..........................................         116,262         128,362          +12,100
    Magnetic Bearing Cooling Turbine MBCT.....................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
    PBO Membrane Fuel Cells...................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Fuels and Lubricants......................................  ..............           1,100           +1,100
    Variable Display Vane Pump................................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Rocket Propulsion Technology..............................  ..............          -5,000           -5,000
    Hypersonic Electric Power System..........................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
Space Technology..............................................          57,687          68,287          +10,600
    HAARP.....................................................  ..............           7,000           +7,000
    Advanced Aluminum Aerostructures..........................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Composite Cryogenic Fuel Tanks............................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    Science and Technology Space Survivability................  ..............           5,600           +5,600
    Integrated Microsatellite Technology Concepts.............  ..............          -7,000           -7,000
Advanced Materials for Weapon Systems.........................          21,678          25,178           +3,500
    Next Generation Launch Vehicle Payload F & Shrouds........  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    Vehicle Health Monitor....................................  ..............           1,500           +1,500
Advanced Aerospace Sensors....................................          28,311          40,311          +12,000
    Integrated Demonstrations and Applications Laboratory       ..............           6,000           +6,000
     (IDAL)...................................................
    Hyperspectral System Development (High Altitude)..........  ..............           6,000           +6,000
Flight Vehicle Technology.....................................           2,445           6,272           +3,827
    E-SMART Chem/Bio Sensors..................................  ..............           4,000           +4,000
    Fiber Optics Control Technology...........................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    Control Techniques and Adaptive Flight Control Algorithms.  ..............          -1,058           -1,058
    Autonomous Control........................................  ..............          -1,115           -1,115
Aerospace Structures..........................................          12,961          19,161           +6,200
    Polymetric Foam Core......................................  ..............           4,000           +4,000
    Three Dimensional Woven Preforms..........................  ..............           2,200           +2,200
Crew Systems and Personnel Protection Technology..............          12,479          17,479           +5,000
    Helmet Mounted Display Technology.........................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Flight Vehicle Technology Integration.........................          13,184          16,184           +3,000
    Explosion Resistant Fuel Tank Lining Materials............  ..............           3,000           +3,000
Advanced Spacecraft Technology................................          97,327         117,742          +20,415
    Upper Stage Flight Experiment.............................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Scorpius Low Cost Launcher................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Solar Orbital Transfer Vehicle (SOTV).....................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Space Manuever Vehicle (SMV)..............................  ..............          10,000          +10,000
    Second Integrated Space Technology Demonstration..........  ..............          -4,585           -4,585
Maui Space Surveillance System (MSSS).........................           4,625          19,625          +15,000
Advanced Weapons Technology...................................          33,371          45,371          +12,000
    FLD Upgrades..............................................  ..............           7,000           +7,000
    High Resolution Space Object Imaging Pro-  gram...........  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Environmental Engineering Technology..........................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    Joint Environmental Clean-up..............................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
Aerospace Info Tech Sys Integration...........................           7,429           8,029             +600
    Simulation Based Acquisition..............................  ..............             600             +600
Space-Based Laser.............................................          63,216          73,216          +10,000
    Program Increase..........................................  ..............          10,000          +10,000
Airborne Laser Program........................................         148,637         241,037          +92,400
    Airborne Laser............................................  ..............          92,400          +92,400
Joint Strike Fighter..........................................         129,538         325,632         +196,094
    Flight Test Program Extension.............................  ..............          10,000          +10,000
    Demonstration/Validation Program Extension................  ..............         186,094         +186,094
Intercontinental Ballistic Missile--Dem/Val...................          39,246          58,446          +19,200
    Northern Edge Exercise Support ($10,200,000), Quick         ..............          19,200          +19,200
     Reaction Launch Capability and GPS Certification
     ($6,000,000), and Northern Edge Launch Range
     Communication Instrumentation ($3,000,000)...............
Wideband MILSATCOM (Space)....................................         134,029         101,029          -33,000
    Program Reduction.........................................  ..............         -18,000          -18,000
    Global Broadcast System...................................  ..............         -15,000          -15,000
B-2 Advanced Technology Bomber................................          48,313          53,313            5,000
    EHF Preliminary Design and Risk Reduction Study...........  ..............           5,000           +5,000
EW Development................................................          58,198          66,198           +8,000
    Precision Location & Identification (PLAID)...............  ..............           8,000           +8,000
Milstar LDR/MDR Satellite Communications (SPACE)..............         236,841         232,841           -4,000
    Program reduction.........................................  ..............          -4,000           -4,000
Life Support Systems..........................................          14,758          17,508           +2,750
    Military Aircraft Crew Seating............................  ..............           4,000           +4,000
    K-36 Ejection Seat Qualification..........................  ..............          -6,250           -6,250
    Joint Service Ejection Seat Program.......................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Combat Training Ranges........................................          12,559          16,559           +4,000
    ADOSM.....................................................  ..............           4,000           +4,000
Integrated Command & Control Applications (IC\2\A)............             214           5,014           +4,800
    ASSET Procurement Automation & iGATM Technology...........  ..............           4,800           +4,800
Intelligence Equipment........................................           1,298           6,598           +5,300
    Radio Frequency Terrorist Weapon Development and            ..............           5,300           +5,300
     Demonstration............................................
Joint Strike Fighter EMD......................................         299,540  ...............        -299,540
    Extend Dem/Val............................................  ..............        -299,540         -299,540
RDT&E; for Aging Aircraft......................................          14,204          21,204           +7,000
    Aging Gear Life Extension.................................  ..............           7,000           +7,000
Major T&E; Investment..........................................          54,057          59,057           +5,000
    MARIAH II Hypersonic Wind Tunnel Program..................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
RAND Project Air Force........................................          24,080          20,080           -4,000
    Central Funding...........................................  ..............          -4,000           -4,000
Initial Operational Test & Evaluation.........................          28,238          20,238           -8,000
    Delayed Tests.............................................  ..............          -8,000           -8,000
B-52 Squadrons................................................          50,787          60,787          +10,000
    ALQ-172 Electronic Countermeasure Improvement Program.....  ..............          10,000          +10,000
A-10 Squadrons................................................           8,615          10,615           +2,000
    OBOGS Retrofit............................................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
F-16 Squadrons................................................         124,903         125,903           +1,000
    OBOGS Retrofit............................................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
    Auto GCAS.................................................  ..............          -5,000           -5,000
F-15 Squadrons................................................          61,260          66,260           +5,000
    Survivability Enhancements................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Extended Range Conventional Air Launched Cruise Missile.......  ..............          20,000          +20,000
COMPASS CALL: SPEAR System Improvements.......................           5,834          15,834          +10,000
Theater Battle Management (TBM) C\4\I.........................          41,068          46,068           +5,000
    TBM Core System (TBMCS)...................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System (Joint               144,118         151,318           +7,200
 STARS).......................................................
    GATM Upgrades.............................................  ..............           7,200           +7,200
Information Systems Security Program..........................           7,212          12,212           +5,000
    Lighthouse Cyber Security.................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
MILSATCOM Terminals...........................................          17,797          20,797           +3,000
    B-2 SATCOM................................................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (Space and Control Segments)         250,197         260,897          +10,700
    GPS Modernization.........................................  ..............          10,700          +10,700
Dragon U-2 (JMIP).............................................          27,546          33,546           +6,000
    U-2 SYERS.................................................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles............................         109,215         127,215          +18,000
    Global Hawk...............................................  ..............          18,000          +18,000
Airborne Reconnaissance Systems...............................         136,913         152,613          +15,700
    JSAF LBSS.................................................  ..............          10,000          +10,000
    High Rate Laser Communications............................  ..............           5,700           +5,700
Manned Reconnaissance Systems: ECARS..........................  ..............          11,000          +11,000
C-5 Airlift Squadrons.........................................          92,530          44,901          -47,629
    Re-engining Program Deferral Pending Airlift Strategy.....  ..............         -47,629          -47,629
Industrial Preparedness.......................................          53,082          56,082           +3,000
    F-16 Battery Improvement..................................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
Productivity, Reliability, Availability, Maintain. Prog Ofc             15,227          24,227           +9,000
 (PRAMPO).....................................................
    Blade Repair Facility.....................................  ..............           9,000           +9,000
COBRA BALL....................................................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
    Advanced Airborne Sensor..................................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
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                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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            RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, AF

BASIC RESEARCH:
    1 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES.................................         206,149         208,149          +2,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH.....................................         206,149         208,149          +2,000

APPLIED RESEARCH:
    2 MATERIALS.................................................          72,815          97,415         +24,600
    3 AEROSPACE FLIGHT DYNAMICS.................................          48,775          49,327            +552
    4 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS APPLIED RESEARCH......................          62,619          68,619          +6,000
    5 AEROSPACE PROPULSION......................................         116,262         128,362         +12,100
    6 AEROSPACE SENSORS.........................................          65,644          65,644  ..............
    7 HYPERSONIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM.............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    8 SPACE TECHNOLOGY..........................................          57,687          68,287         +10,600
    9 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS....................................          45,223          45,223  ..............
    10 DIRECTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGY...............................          32,337          32,337  ..............
    11 COMMAND CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS.......................          78,749          78,749  ..............
    12 DUAL USE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM..................          10,144          10,144  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH...................................         590,255         644,107         +53,852

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
    13 LOGISTICS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY.............................          13,895          13,895  ..............
    14 ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS....................          21,678          25,178          +3,500
    15 AEROSPACE PROPULSION SUBSYSTEMS INTEGRATION..............          34,440          34,440  ..............
    16 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SENSORS...............................          28,311          40,311         +12,000
    17 FLIGHT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY................................           2,445           6,272          +3,827
    18 AEROSPACE STRUCTURES.....................................          12,961          19,161          +6,200
    19 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER TECHNOLOGY................          41,964          41,964  ..............
    20 PERSONNEL, TRAINING AND SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY............           6,491           6,491  ..............
    21 CREW SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY.........          12,479          17,479          +5,000
    22 FLIGHT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION....................          13,184          16,184          +3,000
    23 ADVANCED SENSOR INTEGRATION..............................           5,350           5,350  ..............
    24 ELECTRONIC COMBAT TECHNOLOGY.............................          25,882          25,882  ..............
    25 SPACE AND MISSILE ROCKET PROPULSION......................          24,283          24,283  ..............
    26 BALLISTIC MISSILE TECHNOLOGY.............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    27 ADVANCED SPACECRAFT TECHNOLOGY...........................          97,327         117,742         +20,415
    28 SPACE SYSTEMS ENVIRONMENTAL INTERACTIONS TECHNOL-  OGY...           3,412           3,412  ..............
    29 MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (MSSS)....................           4,625          19,625         +15,000
    30 CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY..........................          22,731          22,731  ..............
    31 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY..............................          33,371          45,371         +12,000
    33 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY.....................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    34 AEROSPACE INFO TECH SYS INTEGRATION......................           7,429           8,029            +600
    36 C3I ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT.................................          19,468          19,468  ..............
    37 SPACE-BASED LASER........................................          63,216          73,216         +10,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT....................         494,942         588,484         +93,542

DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:
    38 INTELLIGENCE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT........................           4,401           4,401  ..............
    39 AIRBORNE LASER PROGRAM...................................         148,637         241,037         +92,400
    40 ADVANCED EHF MILSATCOM (SPACE)...........................         246,396         246,396  ..............
    41 POLAR MILSATCOM (SPACE)..................................          26,068          26,068  ..............
    42 NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL........          76,654          76,654  ..............
    43 SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY.................................           9,728           9,728  ..............
    45 COMMAND, CONTROL, AND COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS.........           7,828           7,828  ..............
    46 INFORMATION OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY........................             991             991  ..............
    47 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY.........................          10,933          10,933  ..............
    48 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT(H).........................           5,509           5,509  ..............
    49 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER.....................................         129,538         325,632        +196,094
    50 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (DEM/VAL)...................          24,488          24,488  ..............
    51 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE--DEM/VAL..............          39,246          58,446         +19,200
    52 WIDEBAND MILSATCOM (SPACE)...............................         134,029         101,029         -33,000
    53 AIR FORCE/NATIONAL PROGRAM COOPERATION (AFNPC)...........           3,370           3,370  ..............
    54 POLLUTION PREVENTION (DEM/VAL)...........................           2,543           2,543  ..............
    55 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS--DEM/ VAL...          18,092          18,092  ..............
    58 HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM  (HDBTDS)....  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION.....................         888,451       1,163,145        +274,694

ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:
    59 JOINT HELMET MOUNTED CUEING SYSTEM (JHMCS)...............           1,312           1,312  ..............
    60 INTEGRATED AVIONICS PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT.............             712             712  ..............
    61 NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT..................................          10,133          10,133  ..............
    62 B-1B.....................................................         168,122         168,122  ..............
    63 DISTRIBUTED MISSION TRAINING (DMT).......................           3,782           3,782  ..............
    64 SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE PILOT TRAINING.................          23,853          23,853  ..............
    65 F-22 EMD.................................................       1,411,786       1,411,786  ..............
    66 B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BOMBER...........................          48,313          53,313          +5,000
    67 EW DEVELOPMENT...........................................          58,198          66,198          +8,000
    68 SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM (SBIRS) HIGH EMD.............         569,188         569,188  ..............
    69 SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM (SBIRS) LOW EMD..............         241,021         241,021  ..............
    70 MILSTAR LDR/MDR SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE).........         236,841         232,841          -4,000
    72 MUNITIONS DISPENSER DEVELOPMENT..........................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    73 ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT............................           8,876           8,876  ..............
    74 SUBMUNITIONS.............................................           4,775           4,775  ..............
    75 AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT.....................................             668             668  ..............
    76 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION.............................           1,157           1,157  ..............
    77 AEROMEDICAL/CHEMICAL DEFENSE SYSTEMS.....................           5,929           5,929  ..............
    78 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS.....................................          14,758          17,508          +2,750
    79 CIVIL, FIRE, ENVIRONMENTAL, SHELTER ENGINEERING..........           2,746           2,746  ..............
    80 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPONS SYSTEMS...........................           1,498           1,498  ..............
    81 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES...................................          12,559          16,559          +4,000
    82 INTEGRATED COMMAND AND CONTROL APPLICATIONS (IC2A).......             214           5,014          +4,800
    83 INTELLIGENCE EQUIPMENT...................................           1,298           6,598          +5,300
    84 JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (JTIDS)...           8,745           8,745  ..............
    85 COMMON LOW OBSERVABLES VERIFICATION SYSTEM  (CLOVERS)....          11,621          11,621  ..............
    86 JOINT INTEROPERABILITY OF TACTICAL COMMAND AND CONTROL...           5,825           5,825  ..............
    87 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER EMD.................................         299,540  ..............        -299,540
    88 COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT SAVINGS INITIATIVE.....          19,851          19,851  ..............
    89 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE--EMD..................          18,325          18,325  ..............
    90 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE PROGRAM (SPACE)........         332,952         332,952  ..............
    91 RDT&E; FOR AGING AIRCRAFT.................................          14,204          21,204          +7,000
    92 PRECISION ATTACK SYSTEMS.................................           3,965           3,965  ..............
    93 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR...........................          10,842          10,842  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL................       3,553,609       3,286,919        -266,690

RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
    94 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT.............................          34,785          34,785  ..............
    95 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT...............................             191             191  ..............
    96 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT.....................................          54,057          59,057          +5,000
    97 RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE...................................          24,080          20,080          -4,000
    98 RANCH HAND II EPIDEMIOLOGY STUDY.........................           4,356           4,356  ..............
    100 INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION.................          28,238          20,238          -8,000
    101 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT.............................         386,205         386,205  ..............
    103 POLLUTION PREVENTION....................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    104 ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH PROGRAM (SPACE)...................           7,906           7,906  ..............
    105 SPACE TEST PROGRAM (STP)................................          46,476          46,476  ..............
    107 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES................................           3,773           3,773  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT...........................         590,067         583,067          -7,000

OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT:
    108 B-52 SQUADRONS..........................................          50,787          60,787         +10,000
    109 ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE.................................           4,182           4,182  ..............
    110 AIR-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE (ALCM)......................           6,457           6,457  ..............
    112 REGION/SECTOR OPERATION CONTROL CENTER MODERNIZATION....             992             992  ..............
    115 AIR AND SPACE COMMAND AND CONTROL AGENCY (ASC2A)........          24,769          24,769  ..............
    116 A-10 SQUADRONS..........................................           8,615          10,615          +2,000
    117 F-16 SQUADRONS..........................................         124,903         125,903          +1,000
    118 F-15E SQUADRONS.........................................          61,260          66,260          +5,000
    119 MANNED DESTRUCTIVE SUPPRESSION..........................          14,670          14,670  ..............
    120 F-117A SQUADRONS........................................           3,912           3,912  ..............
    121 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES...................................          21,706          21,706  ..............
    122 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM).......          53,707          53,707  ..............
    123 AF TENCAP...............................................           9,826           9,826  ..............
    124 SPECIAL EVALUATION PROGRAM..............................          75,443          75,443  ..............
    125 COMPASS CALL............................................           5,834          15,834         +10,000
    126 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM...........         166,926         166,926  ..............
    127 SENSOR FUSED WEAPONS....................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    0 EXTENDED RANGE CRUISE MISSILE.............................  ..............          20,000         +20,000
    128 JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE (JASSM)...........         120,281         120,281  ..............
    129 THEATER AIR CONTROL SYSTEMS.............................          19,873          19,873  ..............
    131 AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM (AWACS).............          35,653          35,653  ..............
    132 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS.........................           2,867           2,867  ..............
    133 EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS PROGRAM.........................          81,027          81,027  ..............
    134 ADVANCED PROGRAM TECHNOLOGY.............................          90,713          87,713          -3,000
    135 THEATER BATTLE MANAGEMENT (TBM) C4I.....................          41,068          46,068          +5,000
    136 JOINT SURVEILLANCE AND TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM.......         144,118         151,318          +7,200
    137 SEEK EAGLE..............................................          19,472          19,472  ..............
    138 ADVANCED PROGRAM EVALUATION.............................         266,458         261,158          -5,300
    139 USAF MODELING AND SIMULATION............................          17,624          17,624  ..............
    140 WARGAMING AND SIMULATION CENTERS........................           3,874           3,874  ..............
    141 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS................................          20,755          20,755  ..............
    142 INFORMATION WARFARE SUPPORT.............................               1               1  ..............
    143 WAR RESERVE MATERIEL--EQUIPMENT/SECONDARY ITEMS.........           1,475           1,475  ..............
    144 THEATER MISSILE DEFENSES................................          19,824          19,824  ..............
    145 TECHNICAL EVALUATION SYSTEM.............................          98,263          98,263  ..............
    146 SPECIAL EVALUATION SYSTEM...............................          74,240          74,240  ..............
    151 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM..................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    153 E-4B NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPERATIONS CENTER (NAOC).........          34,410          34,410  ..............
    154 DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (SPACE).........           7,328           7,328  ..............
    155 AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS (AIRCOM).......................          11,478          11,478  ..............
    156 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK......          15,302          15,302  ..............
    157 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM....................           7,212          12,212          +5,000
    158 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM............................          46,369          46,369  ..............
    159 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM.......................           3,743           3,743  ..............
    160 COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)........................           4,857           4,857  ..............
    161 MILSATCOM TERMINALS.....................................          17,797          20,797          +3,000
    163 SELECTED ACTIVITIES.....................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    164 GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (GATM)....................           8,508           8,508  ..............
    165 SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK (SPACE).......................          58,643          58,643  ..............
    166 WEATHER SERVICE.........................................          19,942          19,942  ..............
    167 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH, AND LANDING SYSTEM.......          18,093          18,093  ..............
    169 SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES...................             467             467  ..............
    170 NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM (NAS) PLAN.....................             200             200  ..............
    173 TITAN SPACE LAUNCH VEHICLES (SPACE).....................          25,815          25,815  ..............
    174 TACTICAL TERMINAL.......................................             238             238  ..............
    175 DEFENSE RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (SPACE).......          45,149          45,149  ..............
    176 DEFENSE METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE PROGRAM (SPACE)........          25,372          25,372  ..............
    177 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (USER EQUIPMENT) (SP..          66,975          66,975  ..............
    178 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE AND CONTROL S..         250,197         260,897         +10,700
    180 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM (SPACE)..........................          53,654          53,654  ..............
    181 DRAGON U-2 (JMIP).......................................          27,546          33,546          +6,000
    182 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES......................         109,215         127,215         +18,000
    183 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS.........................         136,913         152,613         +15,700
    184 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS...........................  ..............          11,000         +11,000
    185 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS.......................          21,330          21,330  ..............
    186 NCMC--TW/AA SYSTEM......................................          19,309          19,309  ..............
    187 SPACETRACK (SPACE)......................................           2,553           2,553  ..............
    188 DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRAM (SPACE).........................           9,462           9,462  ..............
    189 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM (SPACE)..........................          17,088          17,088  ..............
    190 SPACE ARCHITECT.........................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    0 AF/NATIONAL PROGRAM COOPERATION (TENCAP)..................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    192 MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT.........................           1,177           1,177  ..............
    193 SHARED EARLY WARNING (SEW)..............................           4,219           4,219  ..............
    194 C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON..................................          60,496          60,496  ..............
    195 C-5 AIRLIFT SQUADRONS...................................          92,530          44,901         -47,629
    196 C-17 AIRCRAFT...........................................         176,439         176,439  ..............
    197 AIR CARGO MATERIAL HANDLING (463-L) (NON-IF)............  ..............  ..............  ..............
    198 KC-135S.................................................             487             487  ..............
    199 KC-10S..................................................          19,526          19,526  ..............
    200 SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES...............................           1,109           1,109  ..............
    201 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)..............................           1,515           1,515  ..............
    202 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS.................................          53,082          56,082          +3,000
    203 PRODUCTIVITY, RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY, MAINTAIN. PRO..          15,227          24,227          +9,000
    204 JOINT LOGISTICS PROGRAM--AMMUNITION STANDARD SYS-  TEM..          11,238          11,238  ..............
    205 SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.............................          32,258          32,258  ..............
    206 COMPUTER RESOURCES SUPPORT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CRSIP)..           2,356           2,356  ..............
    207 CIVILIAN COMPENSATION PROGRAM...........................           7,209           7,209  ..............
    0 COBRA BALL (FLD)..........................................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
    208 NATO JOINT STARS........................................           3,270           3,270  ..............
    999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS.....................................       4,123,225       4,126,725          +3,500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT...................       7,362,103       7,457,274         +95,171
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, AF...........      13,685,576      13,931,145        +245,569
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       Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $9,256,705,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  10,238,242,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,952,039,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,952,039,000 for defense-wide research, development, test, 
and evaluation programs, an increase of $713,797,000 to the 
budget request.
    The budget activities and programs funded under this 
appropriation are discussed below.

                   committee recommended adjustments

    Defense Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive 
Research (DEPSCoR).--The Committee endorses the Office of Naval 
Research's Intelligence Autonomous Air Vehicle Program, which 
could have a significant impact on the ``revolution in military 
affairs'' by helping to develop the next generation of 
intelligent weapons--pilotless combat vehicles that can fly 
long missions and loiter over enemy territory for extended 
periods. In particular, the Committee is aware of the important 
contributions made by universities and colleges to this 
project. The Committee encourages the Department of Defense and 
the Navy to continue to provide robust funding for this program 
and for the participation of universities currently supporting 
the research.
    Gulf War Illnesses Research.--The Committee recommends 
$6,000,000 for research on Gulf War syndrome to extend multi-
disciplinary studies of its relation to fibromyalgia, chronic 
fatigue syndrome, and multiple chemical sensitivity. Within 
this amount, up to $2,000,000 may be made available expansion 
of the research program in the Upper Great Plains region. The 
research effort will include longitudinal studies of military 
personnel before they are deployed to potentially hostile 
situations and after their return.
    Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Dem/Val.--If funds 
become available during the execution year, the Committee 
supports funding of the ``Electrostatic Decontamination 
Program,'' which would then enter the advanced technology 
development phase (ATD) under the Joint Services Fixed Site 
Decontamination Program. This would enable electrostatic 
decontamination technology to be broadened from biological 
agents to chemical and hybrid agents and to rapidly provide a 
method to quickly restore and sustain operations in CB 
contaminated environments.
    Tactical Technology.--The Committee recommends $5,000,000 
for CEROS, $2,000,000 below the amount provided in fiscal year 
2000. The Committee applauds CEROS for the success it has had 
in spearheading new technology efforts such as the multipurpose 
processor and the midfoil design for the Littoral Support 
Craft, both of which were initiated through CEROS grants. The 
Committee strongly encourages the Office of Naval Research and 
DARPA to transfer additional amounts from their funding to 
CEROS to supplement the level recommended by the Congress for 
this very successful program.
    Defense-wide Directed Energy Science and Technology.--The 
Committee recognizes that the High Energy Laser Master Plan was 
approved by the Defense Department in March, 2000. This Plan 
proposed a new management structure for coordination and 
resource allocation for high energy laser activities throughout 
the Defense Department. In addition, the Plan listed several 
important findings regarding Science and Technology funding and 
fragility of the industrial base, as well as offering specific 
recommendations to address current problems in this technology 
field.
    The Committee notes that the proposed Joint Technology 
Office (JTO) identified of the High Energy Laser Master Plan 
might be more effective and efficient if situated at a location 
where a substantial proportion of the research, development, 
test and evaluation activities surrounding high energy lasers 
takes place. The Committee also believes that the JTO should 
leverage the expertise and technologies already existent at the 
National Laboratories of the Department of Energy for 
applications designated by the Task Area Working Groups.

                 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION

    Ballistic Missile Defense Organization [BMDO].--The 
Committee has provided $4,354,355,000 for research, 
development, test, and evaluation [RDT&E;] efforts on national 
and theater ballistic missile defense systems and technologies. 
This appropriation represents an overall increase of 
$411,192,000 to the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization 
[BMDO] RDT&E; budget request. The Committee also provides 
$443,962,000, the budget request amount for procurement of 
ballistic missile defense systems and components. Thus, the 
total appropriation for ballistic missile defense programs in 
this bill is $4,797,317,000. The Committee has made a number of 
adjustments to individual RDT&E; accounts as shown in the 
following table.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                  2001 budget      Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Support Technologies--Applied Research........................          37,747          56,247          +18,500
    Photoconduction on Active Pixel Sensors...................  ..............           7,000           +7,000
    Laser Communication Demonstration.........................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Shipboard High Precision Lidar System.....................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    Bottom Anti-Reflective Coatings...........................  ..............           2,500           +2,500
    Wide Band Gap Materials...................................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
Support Technologies--Advanced Technology Development.........          93,249         134,449          +41,200
    Silicon Thick Film Mirror Coatings........................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Atmospheric Interceptor Technology........................  ..............          15,000          +15,000
    Comprehensive Advanced Radar Tech.........................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Excalibur Target & Component Technologies Program.........  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    RF/IR Data Fusion Testbed.................................  ..............           3,200           +3,200
    Wideband Gap Semiconductor................................  ..............          10,000          +10,000
Navy Theater Wide Missile Defense System......................         382,671         442,671          +60,000
    Navy Theater Wide TBMD Program............................  ..............          60,000          +60,000
National Missile Defense--Dem/Val.............................       1,740,238       1,879,238         +139,000
    Risk Reduction............................................  ..............         129,000         +129,000
    NMD C2 Radar Prototyping Program..........................  ..............          10,000          +10,000
BMD Technical Operations......................................         270,718         304,218          +33,500
    PMRF TMD Upgrades.........................................  ..............          11,500          +11,500
    Optical-Electro Sensors...................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Range Data Fusion Upgrade Project.........................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    ESPIRIT...................................................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    Advanced Multi-Sensor Fusion Testbed......................  ..............           1,500           +1,500
    Kauai Test Facility.......................................  ..............          (4,000)          (4,000)
    Liquid Surrogate Target Initiative........................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Adv. Research Center/Sim Center...........................  ..............           6,500           +6,500
International Cooperative Programs............................         116,992         124,992           +8,000
    Arrow System Improvement Program (ASIP)...................  ..............           8,000           +8,000
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    National Missile Defense.--The Committee understands that 
the original NMD acquisition plan called for a competition for 
the additional X-band radars necessary to achieve C2 capability 
in the NMD program. The Committee is aware that the Ballistic 
Missile Defense Organization (BMDO) is considering a plan to 
prototype the competitive approaches to the C2 radars. To 
accelerate this effort and avoid any impact to the NMD program 
schedule, the Committee has provided an increase of $10,000,000 
only to proceed with the National Missile Defense (NMD) C2 
Radar Prototyping Program.
    PAC-3/Navy Area Defense.--A significant factor in the 
Department of Defense's selection of the Patriot PAC-3 missile 
was the lethality of the hit-to-kill concept. The Committee 
believes the Navy Area program could benefit from the hit-to-
kill technology of the PAC-3 interceptor. Further, the Defense 
Department might realize additional cost savings and logistical 
benefits from purchasing a common missile. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the Under Secretary of Defense for 
Acquisition, Technology and Logistics to conduct a study of the 
potential for the PAC-3 missile to be used as the interceptor 
in the Navy Area program. The Committee directs that this 
report be provide the congressional defense committees by April 
15, 2001.

                           OTHER ADJUSTMENTS

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                  2001 budget      Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Defense Research Sciences.....................................          90,415         102,015          +11,600
    Advanced Photonics Composites Research....................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Nanoelectronic Science and Technology for  QCA............  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    High Speed Computer Information Systems Bandwidth Research  ..............           2,600           +2,600
    Spectral Hole Burning Applications........................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Wireless Technology Research..............................  ..............           1,000           +1,000
University Research Initiatives...............................         253,627         263,627          +10,000
    Active Hyperspectral Imaging Sensor Research..............  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Anti Corrosion Studies....................................  ..............           1,500           +1,500
    Military Personnel Research...............................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    Nuclear Test Verification Technology......................  ..............           1,500           +1,500
Gulf War Illness..............................................          16,978          27,978          +11,000
    Chronic Multi-symptom Illnesses...........................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
    Interdisciplinary Research on Gulf War Related Illnesses..  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Defense Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research           9,859          25,000          +15,141
    Program Increase..........................................  ..............          15,141          +15,141
Chemical and Biological Defense Program.......................          33,197          38,197           +5,000
    Chemical Agent Detection via Optical Comput-  ing.........  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    Next Generation Thin Film Sensor Technology...............  ..............           3,000           +3,000
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Science...          14,236          17,736           +3,500
    AIHEC--Tribal Colleges & Univ--Comp Equip & Science Lab...  ..............           3,500           +3,500
Lincoln Laboratory Research Program...........................          18,602          20,702           +2,100
    Lincoln Laboratory Research Program.......................  ..............           2,100           +2,100
Computing Systems and Communications Technol-  ogy............         376,592         343,592          -33,000
    Reuse Technology Adoption Program (RTAP)..................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
    Intelligent Software for Multi-Lingual and Coalition        ..............         -15,000          -15,000
     Environments.............................................
    Asymmetric Threat.........................................  ..............          -5,000           -5,000
    Mobile Autonomous Robot Software..........................  ..............         -15,000          -15,000
Extensible Information Systems................................          69,282          54,319          -14,963
    Deeply Networked Systems..................................  ..............          -5,000           -5,000
    Common Software for Autonomous Robotics...................  ..............          -4,963           -4,963
    Large Scale Network Sensors...............................  ..............          -5,000           -5,000
Biological Warfare Defense....................................         162,064         150,064          -12,000
    DNA chip technology research..............................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Program Reduction.........................................  ..............         -15,000          -15,000
Chemical and Biological Defense Program.......................          73,600          81,600           +8,000
    CB Point Detectors using thin film tech...................  ..............           8,000           +8,000
Tactical Technology...........................................         121,051         320,394         +199,343
    CEROS.....................................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Remotely Controlled Combat Systems Initiative.............  ..............         200,000         +200,000
    Advanced Rotorcraft Technology............................  ..............          -5,657           -5,657
Integrated Command and Control Technology.....................          31,761          38,761           +7,000
    Flat Panel Displays.......................................  ..............           7,000           +7,000
Materials and Electronics Technology..........................         249,812         255,812           +6,000
    Strategic Materials.......................................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Fabrication of Three-Dimensional Micro Structures.........  ..............           3,000           +3,000
Nuclear Sustainment & Counterproliferation Technologies.......         230,928         219,528          -11,400
    Nuclear Weapons Effects...................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Program Reduction.........................................  ..............         -16,400          -16,400
Explosives Demilitarization Technology........................           8,964          19,664          +10,700
    Thin Layered Chromotography...............................  ..............           4,000           +4,000
    Hot Gas Decontamination Facility..........................  ..............           1,500           +1,500
    Demilitarization Advanced Cutting Technology..............  ..............           1,200           +1,200
    Explosives Demilitarization Technology....................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Adams Process to Destroy Agents, Energetics, and            ..............           1,000           +1,000
     Energetics Contaminated with Agent.......................
Combating Terrorism Technology Support........................          41,307         +51,307           10,000
    Chem-Bio Detectors........................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Blast Mitigation Development Programs.....................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Facial Recognition Access Control Technology..............  ..............           2,000           +2,000
Advanced Aerospace Systems....................................          26,821          30,936           +4,115
    Orbital Express Space Operations Architecture.............  ..............         -15,885          -15,885
    Supersonic Noise Mitigation...............................  ..............          20,000          +20,000
Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Advanced Development.          46,594          55,694           +9,100
    Chem/Bio Individual Sampler (CBIS)........................  ..............           2,700           +2,700
    Consequence Management Information System.................  ..............           6,400           +6,400
Special Technical Support.....................................          10,777          15,777           +5,000
    Complex Design System.....................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Generic Logistics R&D; Technology Demonstrations...............          23,082          37,082          +14,000
    Corrosion Prevention Control and Information Distribution.  ..............           1,000           +1,000
    Computer-Assisted Technology Transfer (CATT)..............  ..............           4,000           +4,000
    Competitive Sustainment Savings Program...................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
    Silicon-Based Nanostructures..............................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
Strategic Environmental Research Program......................          51,357          51,557             +200
    DoD Pollution Prevention Partnership Program..............  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Invasive Species Program..................................  ..............          -1,400           -1,400
    Proposed Rules/Regulations................................  ..............          -3,400           -3,400
    TRIES.....................................................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
Advanced Electronics Technologies.............................         191,800         198,300           +6,500
    Laser Point Source Stepper................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Defense Tech Link.........................................  ..............           1,500           +1,500
Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations....................         116,425         121,425           +5,000
    Radar Vision 2000.........................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
High Performance Computing Modernization Pro-  gram...........         164,027         177,527          +13,500
    High Performance Visualization Center.....................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    MHPCC O&M.................................................;  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    Multi-Thread Architecture (MTA) system....................  ..............           2,500           +2,500
    SMDC Simulation Center Upgrade............................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Sensor and Guidance Technology................................         182,225         176,225           -6,000
    Surface Target Idenitifcation for Engagement..............  ..............          -8,000           -8,000
    Large Millimeter Telescope................................  ..............           2,000           +2,000
Land Warfare Technology.......................................         134,249         133,249           -1,000
    Advanced Land Warfare Concept Exploration.................  ..............          -1,000           -1,000
Joint Wargaming Simulation Management Office..................          56,971          64,971           +8,000
    Synthetic Range Study.....................................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    WMD Simulation Capability.................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Agile Port Demonstration......................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Physical Security Equipment...................................          35,108          33,808           -1,300
    Product Evaluations.......................................  ..............          -1,300           -1,300
Joint Robotics Program........................................          10,294          15,294           +5,000
    Mobility Enhancement......................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
Advanced Sensor Applications Program..........................          15,534          31,034          +15,500
    Remote Ocean Sensing Program..............................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
    HAARP.....................................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Innovative Solid State Laser Technology Development)......  ..............           4,500           +4,500
    Ultra/Hyperspectral Sensor for Detection of Pathogens.....  ..............           3,000           +3,000
CALS Initiative...............................................           1,585           8,585           +7,000
    CALS......................................................  ..............           7,000           +7,000
Environmental Security Technical Certification Program........          24,906          25,406             +500
    Badger Army Ammo Plant Clean-up...........................  ..............             500             +500
Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Dem/ Val.............          83,800          88,800           +5,000
    FOX Chem/Bio Training Simulation Suites...................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Bioadhesion Research to Combat Biological Warfare.........  ..............          (3,000)          (3,000)
Coalition Warfare.............................................          11,839  ...............         -11,839
    Program Deferral..........................................  ..............         -11,839          -11,839
Chemical and Biological Defense Program--EMD..................         100,815         104,315           +3,500
    JSLIST Additional Source Qualification....................  ..............           3,500           +3,500
Information Systems Security Program..........................          18,210          20,710           +2,500
    National Information Assurance Training and Education.....  ..............           2,500           +2,500
General Support to C\3\I......................................           3,769           9,769           +6,000
    Pacific Disaster Center...................................  ..............           6,000           +6,000
Foreign Material Acquisition and Exploitation.................          32,173          80,273          +48,100
    Classified Program Increase...............................  ..............          48,100          +48,100
Defense Technology Analysis...................................           5,048           8,048           +3,000
    Commodity Management System Consolidation.................  ..............           3,000           +3,000
Information Systems Security Program..........................         290,771         292,571           +1,800
    Trusted RUBIX.............................................  ..............           1,800           +1,800
Defense Imagery and Mapping Program...........................          74,975          78,975           +4,000
    Pacific Imagery Program for Exploitation..................  ..............           4,000           +4,000
Special Operations Tactical Systems Development...............         133,520         134,820           +1,300
    Advanced Lightweight Grenade Launcher.....................  ..............           5,600           +5,600
    CV-22--Terrain Following Radar Development................  ..............           9,200           +9,200
    SOPMOD II Grenade Launcher Mods...........................  ..............           1,500           +1,500
    CV-22 Post Initial Operational Capability Block 10 changes  ..............         -10,000          -10,000
    C-130 Engine Infrared Suppression.........................  ..............          -5,000           -5,000
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                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, DEFWIDE

BASIC RESEARCH:
    1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH..................           2,007           2,007  ..............
    2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES.................................          90,415         102,015         +11,600
    3 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES...........................         253,627         263,627         +10,000
    4 GULF WAR ILLNESS..........................................          16,978          27,978         +11,000
    5 GOVERNMENT/INDUSTRY COSPONSORSHIP OF UNIVERSITY RESEAR....           6,715           6,715  ..............
    6 DEF EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM TO STIMULATE COMPETITIVE  RESE...           9,859          25,000         +15,141
    7 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM...................          33,197          38,197          +5,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH.....................................         412,798         465,539         +52,741

APPLIED RESEARCH:
    8 NEXT GENERATION INTERNET..................................          15,000          15,000  ..............
    9 SUPPORT TECHNOLOGIES--APPLIED RESEARCH....................          37,747          56,247         +18,500
    10 MEDICAL FREE ELECTRON LASER..............................          15,029          15,029  ..............
    11 HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (HBCU)......          14,236          17,736          +3,500
    12 LINCOLN LABORATORY RESEARCH PROGRAM......................          18,602          20,702          +2,100
    13 COMPUTING SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY..........         376,592         343,592         -33,000
    14 EXTENSIBLE INFORMATION SYSTEMS...........................          69,282          54,319         -14,963
    15 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEFENSE...............................         162,064         150,064         -12,000
    16 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM..................          73,600          81,600          +8,000
    17 TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY......................................         121,051         320,394        +199,343
    18 INTEGRATED COMMAND AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGY................          31,761          38,761          +7,000
    19 MATERIALS AND ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY.....................         249,812         255,812          +6,000
    20 NUCLEAR SUSTAINMENT AND COUNTERPROLIFERATION TECHNOLOGIE.         230,928         219,528         -11,400
    21 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY.......................................           8,680           8,680  ..............
    22 COMMAND AND CONTROL RESEARCH.............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH...................................       1,424,384       1,597,464        +173,080

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
    23 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..............................           2,043           2,043  ..............
    24 EXPLOSIVES DEMILITARIZATION TECHNOLOGY...................           8,964          19,664         +10,700
    25 SO/LIC ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT..............................           8,622           8,622  ..............
    26 COMBATING TERRORISM TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT...................          41,307          51,307         +10,000
    27 COUNTERPROLIFERATION ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGIES...          77,391          77,391  ..............
    28 SUPPORT TECHNOLOGIES--ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMEN.....          93,249         134,449         +41,200
    29 SPACE BASED LASERS (SBL).................................          74,537          74,537  ..............
    30 JOINT DOD-DOE MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT...........          16,670          16,670  ..............
    31 AUTOMATIC TARGET RECOGNITION.............................           7,534           7,534  ..............
    32 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SYSTEMS...............................          26,821          30,936          +4,115
    33 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--ADVANCED DEV....          46,594          55,694          +9,100
    34 SPECIAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT................................          10,777          15,777          +5,000
    35 ARMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY..................................          52,930          52,930  ..............
    36 GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D; TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS..........          23,082          37,082         +14,000
    37 STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM.................          51,357          51,557            +200
    38 JOINT WARFIGHTING PROGRAM................................           7,607           7,607  ..............
    39 COOPERATIVE DOD/VA MEDICAL RESEARCH......................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    40 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES........................         191,800         198,300          +6,500
    42 ADVANCED CONCEPT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS...............         116,425         121,425          +5,000
    43 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MODERNIZATION PROGRAM.........         164,027         177,527         +13,500
    44 COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS..............         128,863         128,863  ..............
    46 SENSOR AND GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY...........................         182,225         176,225          -6,000
    47 MARINE TECHNOLOGY........................................          30,304          30,304  ..............
    48 LAND WARFARE TECHNOLOGY..................................         134,249         133,249          -1,000
    49 CLASSIFIED DARPA PROGRAMS................................         101,387         101,387  ..............
    51 JOINT WARGAMING SIMULATION MANAGEMENT OFFICE.............          56,971          64,971          +8,000
    52 COUNTERPROLIFERATION SUPPORT.............................           1,483           5,483          +4,000
    0 AGILE PORT DEMONSTRATION..................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT....................       1,657,219       1,786,534        +129,315

DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:
    56 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT..............................          35,108          33,808          -1,300
    58 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM...................................          10,294          15,294          +5,000
    59 ADVANCED SENSOR APPLICATIONS PROGRAM.....................          15,534          31,034         +15,500
    60 CALS INITIATIVE..........................................           1,585           8,585          +7,000
    62 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM...          24,906          25,406            +500
    64 THEATER HIGH-ALTITUDE AREA DEFENSE SYSTEM--TMD--DEM/.....  ..............  ..............  ..............
    65 NAVY THEATER WIDE MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM.................         382,671         442,671         +60,000
    66 MEADS CONCEPTS--DEM/VAL..................................          63,175          63,175  ..............
    67 BOOST PHASE INTERCEPT THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE ACQUI-  SIT  ..............  ..............  ..............
    68 NATIONAL MISSILE DEFENSE--DEM/VAL........................       1,740,238       1,879,238        +139,000
    69 JOINT THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE--DEM/VAL...................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    70 FAMILY-OF SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND INTEGRATION (FOS  E&I..;         231,248         231,248  ..............
    71 BMD TECHNICAL OPERATIONS.................................         270,718         304,218         +33,500
    72 INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS.......................         116,992         124,992          +8,000
    73 THREAT AND COUNTERMEASURES...............................          22,621          22,621  ..............
    74 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--DEM/VAL.........          83,800          88,800          +5,000
    75 ASAT.....................................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    76 HUMANITARIAN DEMINING....................................          12,728          12,728  ..............
    77 COALITION WARFARE........................................          11,839  ..............         -11,839
    78 JOINT SERVICE EDUCATION AND TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPME...  ..............  ..............  ..............
    80 PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE (PFP) INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYS...           1,932           1,932  ..............
    81 PENTAGON RESERVATION.....................................           4,772           4,772  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION.......................       3,030,161       3,290,522        +260,361

ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL;
    82 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--EMD.............         100,815         104,315          +3,500
    83 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM--EMD..............................          11,553          11,553  ..............
    84 ADVANCED IT SERVICES JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE (AITS-JPO).....          14,685          14,685  ..............
    85 JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (JTIDS)...          16,250          16,250  ..............
    86 COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT SAVINGS INITIATIVE.....  ..............  ..............  ..............
    87 THEATER HIGH-ALTITUDE AREA DEFENSE SYSTEM--TMD-- EMD.....         549,945         549,945  ..............
    88 PATRIOT PAC-3 THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE ACQUISITION-- EM...          81,016          81,016  ..............
    89 NAVY AREA THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE--EMD...................         274,234         274,234  ..............
    0 DIMHRS....................................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    90 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT.......................          12,000          12,000  ..............
    91 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT.......................           1,671           1,671  ..............
    92 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT (FIELD ACTIVITY)......          26,797          26,797  ..............
    93 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT (STANDARD PROC........          15,772          15,772  ..............
    94 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM...................................          11,340          11,340  ..............
    95 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM.....................          18,210          20,710          +2,500
    96 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM.............................          22,287          22,287  ..............
    97 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE......................................          28,094          28,094  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL................       1,184,669       1,190,669          +6,000

RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
    98 UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE DETECTION AND CLEARANCE..............           1,204           1,204  ..............
    100 THERMAL VICAR...........................................           4,882           4,882  ..............
    101 TECHNICAL STUDIES, SUPPORT AND ANALYSIS.................          30,597          30,597  ..............
    102 CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT.............................           3,927           3,927  ..............
    103 BLACK LIGHT.............................................           5,000           5,000  ..............
    104 GENERAL SUPPORT TO C3I..................................           3,769           9,769          +6,000
    105 FOREIGN MATERIAL ACQUISITION AND EXPLOITATION...........          32,173          80,273         +48,100
    106 AFCC ENGINEERING AND INSTALLATION.......................           6,000           6,000  ..............
    107 SPECIAL APPLICATIONS PROGRAM............................           9,122           9,122  ..............
    108 JOINT THEATER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION......          21,200          21,200  ..............
    110 CLASSIFIED PROGRAM USD(P)...............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    111 FOREIGN COMPARATIVE TESTING.............................          31,697          31,697  ..............
    112 COUNTERPROLIFERATION SUPPORT............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    113 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM.................          23,907          23,907  ..............
    115 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH......................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    117 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS--C3I................................             641             641  ..............
    118 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION.......           1,728           1,728  ..............
    119 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS.............................           5,048           8,048          +3,000
    120 DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES (DTIC)...........          45,350          45,350  ..............
    121 R&D; IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT, TESTING AND EVALUATI..           8,776           8,776  ..............
    122 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION.........................          43,915          43,915  ..............
    123 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)......          34,679          34,679  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT.........................         313,615         370,715         +57,100

OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT:
    124 COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT SAVINGS INITIA-  TIVE.           9,629           9,629  ..............
    125 C3 INTEROPERABILITY.....................................          37,072          37,072  ..............
    126 JOINT ANALYTICAL MODEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM..............          11,941          11,941  ..............
    130 NATIONAL MILITARY COMMAND SYSTEM-WIDE SUPPORT...........             641             641  ..............
    131 DEFENSE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND INTEGRATIO..           5,704           5,704  ..............
    132 LONG-HAUL COMMUNICATIONS (DCS)..........................           1,416           1,416  ..............
    133 SUPPORT OF THE NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM...........           5,019           5,019  ..............
    134 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK......           7,099           7,099  ..............
    135 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM....................         290,771         292,571          +1,800
    0 NETWORK SECURITY..........................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    136 C4I FOR THE WARRIOR.....................................           5,486           5,486  ..............
    137 C4I FOR THE WARRIOR.....................................             405             405  ..............
    138 JOINT SPECTRUM CENTER...................................           8,735           8,735  ..............
    139 SPECIAL RECONNAISSANCE CAPABILITIES (SRC) PROGRAM.......           3,800           3,800  ..............
    141 DEFENSE IMAGERY AND MAPPING PROGRAM.....................          74,975          78,975          +4,000
    142 FOREIGN COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES..................             444  ..............
    144 C3I INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS...............................          25,182          25,182  ..............
    145 DRAGON U-2 (JMIP).......................................           4,379           4,379  ..............
    146 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS.........................          13,514          13,514  ..............
    147 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS...........................           4,543           4,543  ..............
    150 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS.......................             994             994  ..............
    152 TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC ACTIVITIES.........................          95,671          95,671  ..............
    154 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS.................................           7,090           7,090  ..............
    155 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (OJCS)..........................          12,540          12,540  ..............
    156 JOINT SIMULATION SYSTEM.................................          24,095          24,095  ..............
    158 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH/SMALL BUS TECH TRAN..  ..............  ..............  ..............
    159 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT...............           7,360           7,360  ..............
    160 SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOP-  MENT...           7,778           7,778  ..............
    161 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TACTICAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.........         133,520         134,820          +1,300
    162 SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS DEVELOP-  MENT..           3,022           3,022  ..............
    163 SOF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT......................           2,065           2,065  ..............
    164 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS............................          87,071          59,171         -27,900
    0 SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT NOISE MITIGATION......................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS.....................................       1,323,435       1,379,435         +56,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT...................       2,215,396       2,250,596         +35,200

    0 PENTAGON RENOVATION TRANSFER..............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, DEFWIDE......      10,238,242      10,952,039        +713,797
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                Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $297,391,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     201,560,000
Committee recommendation................................     218,560,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $218,560,000 
for the ``Operational test and evaluation, defense'' account, 
an increase of $17,000,000 to the budget request.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    Committee Recommendations.--The following table lists 
program recommendations proposed by the Committee. These 
adjustments reflect the following committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative or not supported by firm requirements or 
out-year development and procurement funds; deletion of excess 
funds based on program delays or slow execution; addition of 
funds to reflect congressional priorities and to rectify 
shortfalls in the budget request for activities; and 
implementation of recommendations reported in the Senate bill 
authorizing programs and activities of the Department of 
Defense for fiscal year 2001.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                  2001 budget      Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Central Test and Evaluation Investment Development (CTEIP)....         121,401         136,901          +15,500
    Roadway Simulator.........................................  ..............          13,500          +13,500
    Big Crow Operations.......................................  ..............           7,000           +7,000
    Threat Simulators/Targets.................................  ..............          -5,000           -5,000
    Magdalena Ridge Observatory...............................  ..............          10,000          +10,000
    Digital Video Laboratory..................................  ..............           5,000           +5,000
    Program Delays............................................  ..............         -15,000          -15,000
Live Fire Testing.............................................           9,712          11,212           +1,500
    Reality Fire-fighting Training............................  ..............           1,500           +1,500
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENT

    Live Fire Testing.--The Committee provides $9,712,000 only 
for continuation of the Live Fire Testing and Training 
Initiative (LFT&I;). The Committee is encouraged by efforts 
within the Department to enhance testing technologies with 
modeling and simulation.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the Committee recommendations 
in comparison to the budget request:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2001 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVAL, DEFENSE
RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
    1 CENTRAL TEST AND EVALUATION INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT  (CT...         121,401         136,901         +15,500
    2 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION...........................          17,172          17,172  ..............
    3 LIVE FIRE TESTING.........................................           9,712          11,212          +1,500
    4 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION...........................          53,275          53,275  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL TEST and EVAL, DEFENSE.................         201,560         218,560         +17,000
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                                TITLE V

                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

    The Committee recommends appropriations totaling 
$4,195,357,000 for title V, revolving and management funds.
    The Committee provides funding for the defense working 
capital fund and the national defense sealift fund under this 
heading.

              defense working capital funding adjustments

Appropriations, 2000....................................     $90,344,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     916,276,000
Committee recommendation................................     916,276,000

    The Appropriations Committees have consistently been strong 
advocates of the commissary benefit for military personnel and 
their beneficiaries. However, the Committee is very concerned 
that this critical quality of life benefit is being eroded by 
usage policies contrary to Congressional intent. The Committee 
directs the Secretary of Defense to report to the congressional 
defense committees on the following; all personnel categories 
approved for Commissary visits, by region and country, with a 
separate breakout for the National Capitol Region; all 
reimbursements received by the Department of Defense for 
commissary usage by non-military foreign nationals; the number 
of foreign national personnel provided with commissary benefits 
within the United States; and a summary of tracking procedures 
for identification cards issued to non-DoD personnel, which 
allow either restricted or unrestricted use of the commissary 
privileges. This report shall be provided not later than 
October 30, 2000.

                     national defense mobility fund

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $717,200,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     388,158,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,279,081,000

    The appropriation for the ``National Defense Sealift Fund'' 
provides funds for the lease, operation, and supply of 
prepositioning ships; operation of the Ready Reserve Force; 
acquisition of large medium speed roll-on/roll-off ships for 
the Military Sealift Command; and acquisition of ships for the 
Ready Reserve Force. The budget includes $258,000,000 for Ready 
Reserve Force and $130,158,000 for acquisition activities in 
fiscal year 2001.
    The Committee has recommended an expansion of this account 
to recognize the fact that sea and air mobility are essential 
ingredients in the Department of Defense's force projection 
capability. Thus, the Committee has recommended renaming this 
account to create the ``National Defense Mobility Fund'' 
account. This new account will incorporate the existing 
``National Defense Sealift Fund'' account and establish the 
``National Defense Airlift Fund'' account.
    In addition to providing the budget request amount for the 
``National Defense Sealift Fund,'' the Committee recommendation 
also provides an increase of $2,890,923,000 for the ``National 
Defense Airlift Fund.'' This recommendation includes 
$2,478,723,000 for the acquisition of 12 C-17 aircraft and 
advance procurement for the fiscal year 2002 C-17 purchase. 
Further, the increase includes $412,200,000 for the interim 
contractor support of the existing C-17 fleet. The Committee 
directs that the C-17 procurement and fleet support programs 
continue without an interruption during fiscal year 2001. The 
Committee has included appropriate legislative authority to 
permit the transfer of these funds for the continuation of C-17 
acquisition and support.

                                TITLE VI

               OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS

           Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense

Appropriations, 2000....................................  $1,029,000,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................   1,003,500,000
Committee recommendation................................     979,400,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $979,000,000 
for the ``Chemical agents and munitions destruction, Defense'' 
account for fiscal year 2001, a decrease of $24,100,000 from 
the budget estimate.
    The Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program provides resources 
to develop and test monitoring and disposal technology; equip, 
operate, and maintain disposal facilities; provide 
transportation of chemical agents and munitions onsite for 
disposal; dispose of all chemical agent destruction waste 
products; and decontaminate and dismantle all disposal 
equipment at the conclusion of toxic operations.
    The reduction is for advisory assistance, contract 
services, and program delays.

                       committee recommendations

              budget activity 1--research and development

    Research and development.--The fiscal year 2001 budget 
request includes $274,400,000 for the development of 
alternative technologies to incineration for disposal of 
chemical agents and the design, acquisition and testing of 
prototype equipment for the recovery and treatment of the 
nonstockpile chemical materiel. The Committee recommends 
$274,400,000, the request level.

                     budget activity 2--procurement

    Procurement.--The Department requested $121,900,000 for the 
procurement of process and support equipment used for the 
baseline destruction of chemical munitions in the stockpile, 
chemical stockpile emergency preparedness project [CSEPP] 
equipment, and the nonstockpile chemical material project 
[NSCMP] equipment. Also included are costs for initial spares, 
freight, software, maintenance and operations manuals relating 
to specific equipment, and design changes during construction 
and installation.
    The Committee recommends providing $105,000,000 for 
procurement activities in fiscal year 2001, a reduction of 
$16,900,000 from the budget request.

             budget activity 3--operations and maintenance

    Operation and maintenance.--The fiscal year 2001 budget 
request includes $607,200,000 for operation and maintenance 
funds for management, technical, and operational, support 
required for demilitarization of the chemical stockpile, 
emergency response activities, and support to the Nonstockpile 
Chemical Material Program. The Committee recommends providing 
$600,000,000 a decrease of $7,200,000 below the budget request.
    ACWA.--The Committee continues to support the expeditious 
and complete execution of the Assembled Chemical Weapons 
Assessment program. The Department shall fund fully the ACWA 
program for fiscal year 2001. No part of the reduction to the 
budget request shall be allocated to ACWA.
    Pine Bluff Arsenal.--As a precaution against a chemical 
stockpile incident at Pine Bluff Arsenal, the Department of 
Defense shall provide $1,500,000 to assist FEMA and the 
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management to establish an 
over-pressurized annex at Moody Elementary School.
    Mobile Munitions Assessment System (MMAS).--Of the funds 
provided for the Chemical Demilitarization program, $5,000,000 
shall be provided to accelerate MMAS operations, provide MMAS 
upgrades and complete design, fabrication, and testing of the 
third MMAS mobile unit.
    Deseret Chemical Depot.--The Committee directs the Army and 
Centers for Disease Control (independent of the Army) to report 
their findings from safety investigations conducted at Tooele 
Chemical Agent Facility (TOCDF) within 30 days after the 
completion of the investigation. No part of the reduction to 
the budget request shall be allocated to Deseret Chemical 
Depot.

                         Defense Health Program

Appropriations, 2000.................................... $11,154,617,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................  11,600,429,000
Committee recommendation................................  12,130,179,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$12,130,179,000. This is $529,750,000 above the budget 
estimate.
    The Committee recommends an additional $137,000,000 in the 
Defense Health Program to fully fund the new pharmacy benefit 
for military retirees proposed in the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2001, as originally offered 
in the bill S. 2486. This amount reflects the estimate made by 
the Congressional Budget Office of the fiscal year 2001 
expenditures related to this new benefit.

                   committee recommended adjustments

                       operation and maintenance

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Military retiree pharmacy benefit.............................  137,000 
Outcomes Management Demonstration at WRAMC....................   10,000 
Pacific Island Health Care Referral Program...................    8,000 
Automated Clinical Practice Guidelines........................    7,500 
Hawaii Federal Health Care Network (PACMEDNET)................    7,000 
Clinical Coupler Demonstration Project........................    5,000 
CoE for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance.......    5,000 
Tri-Service Nursing Research Program..........................    4,000 
Defense and Veterans Head Injury Program......................    3,500 
Graduate School of Nursing....................................    2,000 
Brown Tree Snakes.............................................    1,000 
Alaska Federal Health Care Network............................    1,000 
Biomedical Research Center Feasibility Study..................    1,000 
Oxford House DoD Pilot Project................................      750 
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences..........   (6,300)
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total...................................................  192,750 

    Pacific Island Health Care Referral Program.--The Committee 
recommends $8,000,000 to enhance the graduate medical education 
Pacific Island Health Care Referral Program to include 
agreements with appropriate native Hawaiian healthcare 
organizations and academic medical institutions to develop 
programs and facilitate healthcare to authorized beneficiaries.
    Hawaii Federal Health Care Network (formerly PACMEDNET).--
Building on the success of PACMEDNET, the Committee recommends 
$7,000,000 for the Hawaii Federal Health Care Network which is 
chartered to optimize Federal healthcare resources, providing 
beneficiaries with access to quality, cost effective health 
care. These funds will be managed through a jointly operated 
program office to leverage existing Pacific-based technology 
and medical informatics programs to provide telehealth 
solutions to Federal beneficiaries. Of these funds, the 
Committee recommends $1,000,000 for Federal healthcare 
partnership activities including a focus on cardiology, 
$3,000,000 for targeted services for military children with 
special needs, $1,000,000 to continue the technology transfer 
program, and $2,000,000 to continue existing investment with 
DVA in DoD/DVA telehealth initiatives.
    Clinical Coupler Demonstration Project.--The Committee 
supports the Department's use of clinical couplers to improve 
medical care throughout the military health system, and 
recommends an additional $5,000,000 to support the ongoing 
demonstration of clinical couplers. The Committee directs the 
Department to report by March 1, 2001 on the results of this 
demonstration, including a recommendation on whether clinical 
couplers should be fully incorporated into the CHCS II system.
    Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and 
Humanitarian Assistance.--The Committee recommends $5,000,000 
for the Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and 
Humanitarian Assistance and the Casualty Care Research Center, 
and expects the Centers to work collaboratively to provide 
disaster response services in domestic, international, military 
and civilian settings.
    Tri-Service Nursing Research Program.--The Committee 
recommends $4,000,000 for the Tri-Service Nursing Research 
Program, and urges the Department to provide adequate funding 
for this program in future budget estimates.
    Biomedical Research Center.--The Committee recommends 
$1,000,000 for a feasibility study of a Biomedical Research 
Center that would consolidate the biomedical research efforts 
of the University of Hawaii Medical School, Tripler Army 
Medical Center, and the Veterans Health Administration.
    Post-Doctoral Education.--The Committee encourages the 
Department to increase and consolidate postdoctoral education 
for psychologists in those military medical centers with 
independent departments of psychology.
    Childhood Asthma and Disease Management.--The Committee is 
concerned with limited progress in treating childhood asthma, a 
potentially devastating disease that leads to high utilization 
of medical resources. The Committee urges Tripler Army Medical 
Center's continued research on childhood asthma, and encourages 
the expanded use of disease management protocols using 
automated patient record technology.
    Department of Veterans Affairs and Tripler Telehealth 
Programs.--With the co-location of the DVA Hospital at Tripler 
Army Medical Center, the Committee urges the Department and the 
Veteran's Health Administration to consolidate and/or 
coordinate telehealth programs to ensure Federal telehealth 
resources are efficiently used.
    Government Computerized Patient Record (GCPR).--The 
Committee applauds the efforts made on the GCPR and encourages 
the Department to select technology savvy environments and 
existing collaborative partnerships for pilot implementation.
    Graduate Medical Education (GME).--The Committee notes with 
displeasure that the Department has failed to provide a report 
on the distribution of GME funds requested last year in Senate 
Report 106-53. The Committee continues to support the equitable 
distribution of Department funds for GME to all health 
professions, including nursing.
    DoD/DVA Distance Learning Pilot Project.--The Committee 
notes with displeasure that the Department has failed to 
provide a report on the DoD/DVA distance learning pilot project 
to requested last year in Senate Report 106-53. This project, 
which focuses on transitioning clinical nurse specialists to 
the role of to nurse practitioners, continues to be of interest 
to the Committee.
    Behavioral Research.--The Committee notes with displeasure 
that the Department has failed to provide a report on 
behavioral research requested last year in Senate Report 106-
53. The Committee remains concerned with the continuing erosion 
of the Department's support for research on individual and 
group performance, leadership, communication, human-machine 
interfaces, and decision-making.
    Dental Research.--The Committee is pleased with the 
progress of dental research in the services and supports 
programs which advance the preventative and reconstructive 
applications of military dentistry.
    Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA).--The 
Committee is pleased with the tri-service support for the 
current scope of practice of military Certified Registered 
Nurse Anesthetists. The Committee is aware that DoD and service 
instructions allow a CRNA to be privileged as licensed 
independent providers of anesthesia care. The Committee is also 
aware that ``independent'' means that a CRNA is legally 
responsible for care they render and does not imply unlimited 
scope of practice or a lack of professional oversight.
    Schools of Pharmacy and Nursing.--The Committee encourages 
the Department to collaborate with schools of pharmacy and 
nursing as they continue their efforts to increase patient 
safety and reduce medical errors. The Committee urges the 
Department to explore all available resources to enhance 
patient teaching regarding medication usage, side-effects, and 
treatment plans.
    Technology Sharing.--With the significant achievements and 
maturation of telehealth technology at Tripler Army Medical 
Center, the Committee encourages Tripler Army Medical Center to 
plan for future sharing of technology and information with 
appropriate public and private sector organizations.
    Health Professions Loan Repayment Program.--The Committee 
urges the Department to direct funds to the Health Professions 
Loan Repayment Program that was authorized in 1998 as a 
retention tool to complement the Armed Forces Health 
Professions Scholarship Program.
    Complementary and Alternative Medicine Information.--The 
Committee notes that use of complementary and alternative 
medical therapies and practices has increased substantially. 
However, there is a need to improve the availability of 
information on these therapies and their integration with 
traditional medical care to military patients and the health 
care professionals treating them. To provide this information, 
the Committee urges the Department to develop a state-of-the-
art database on complementary and alternative medical 
therapies, including information on treatment protocols. This 
database should be made available to both patients and their 
health care professionals, complement other sources of 
information and include a focus on the special health care 
needs of military personnel.
    Health Benefits of Cranberries.--The Committee understands 
that medical studies indicate the potential benefits of 
cranberry juice and other cranberry products in maintaining 
health. The Committee urges the Secretary of Defense to take 
steps to increase the Department's use of cranberry products in 
the diet of on-base personnel and troops in the field. Such 
purchases should prioritize cranberry products with high 
cranberry content such as fresh cranberries, cranberry sauces 
and jellies, and concentrate and juice with over 25 percent 
cranberry content.
    DOD/DOE Plants.--The Committee recognizes that at some 
sites the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of 
Energy (DOE) or the Atomic Energy Commission employed a similar 
workforce exposed to similar hazardous materials, sometimes 
working for the same contractor. DOE has instituted health 
programs for former workers at its nuclear weapons plants. The 
Committee notes that the DoD has taken no similar action. As 
such, the Committee urges DoD to work with DOE in health 
studies and programs for former workers at sites where both the 
DoD and DOE or the Atomic Energy Commission had facilities. The 
Committee believes DoD should establish a program to fund the 
participation of former workers at such DoD facilities in such 
studies and programs so that they are treated equally with 
other workers at the site.

               Research, development, test and evaluation

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Program                                               adjustment

Breast Cancer Research Program (BCRP).........................   175,000
Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP).......................   100,000
Ovarian Cancer Research Program (OCRP)........................    12,000
Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (PRMRP)................    50,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total...................................................   337,000

    The Committee applauds the medical research and development 
accomplishments of the Department of Defense, and has included 
$337,000,000 for medical research and development as shown 
above.
    The Committee has provided $50,000,000 for a Peer Reviewed 
Medical Research Program. The Committee directs the Secretary 
of Defense, in conjunction with the service Surgeons General, 
to establish a process to select medical research projects of 
clear scientific merit and direct relevance to military health.
    Such projects could include: accelerated cellular 
attractant based ligament healing, acoustic hemostasis, acute 
lung injury research, arthropod transmitted infectious 
diseases, biological hazard detection system/bio-sensor 
microchip, CAT scan technology for lung cancer, childhood 
asthma, cognitive neuroscience/functional magnetic resonance 
imaging, Dengue fever vaccine, digital mammography imaging, far 
forward portable echocardiogram device, freeze dried platelets, 
Gulf War illness research, health system information 
technology, health care informatics, human imaging institute/
magnetoencephalography laboratory, low vision research, medical 
surgery technology, medical errors reduction research, medical 
records management, microsurgery and robotic surgery research, 
military dental research, Mobile Integrated Diagnostic and Data 
Analysis System, molecular biology for cancer research, neural 
mechanisms of chronic fatigue syndrome, neurofibromatosis, 
obesity related disease prevention especially for minorities, 
Padget's disease, polynitroxylated hemoglobin, real-time heart 
rate variability technology, remote emergency medicine 
ultrasound, SEATreat, smoking cessation, social work research, 
tissue regeneration for combat casualty care, Venus 3-D 
technology program, virtual retinal display technology, and 
vitamin D research.
    The Committee directs the Department to provide a report by 
March 1, 2001, on the status of this Peer Reviewed Medical 
Research Program, to include the corresponding funds provided 
in previous fiscal years.

         Drug Interdiction and Counterdrug Activities, Defense

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $847,800,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     836,300,000
Committee recommendation................................     933,700,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $933,700,000 
in title VI, Counternarcotics and Drug Interdiction Program for 
fiscal year 2001, an amount $97,400,000 above the requested 
fiscal year 2001 level.

                    Summary of Committee Adjustments

                        [In thousands of dollars]

National Guard counterdrug support............................    20,000
Gulf States initiative........................................    14,800
Regional Counterdrug Training Academy.........................     2,000
Marijuana eradication.........................................     6,100
Tethered Aerostat Radar System (TARS).........................    10,000
EO/IR sensors for Air National Guard OH-58 aircraft...........     5,000
WV Air National Guard C-26 aircraft support...................     6,300
WV Air National Guard counterdrug program.....................     3,200
Northeast Regional Counterdrug Training Center................     5,000
Counternarcotics Center at Hammer.............................    10,000
Source and transit zone interdiction operations...............    15,000

    National Guard activities.--The Committee recognizes the 
valuable contribution the National Guard makes to the 
counterdrug effort and provides an additional $20,000,000. This 
augment reflects a continuing requirement to adequately fund 
the National Guard's contribution and the Committee directs the 
Department to include this level of funding at a minimum, 
commencing with the fiscal year 2002 budget submission.
    Marijuana eradication.--The Committee has provided an 
additional $6,100,000 for the conduct of marijuana eradication. 
These funds are to be used to address marijuana eradication 
shortfalls in the two States having the highest rate of outdoor 
cannabis cultivation as set forth in a 1996 report prepared by 
the DEA's Strategic Detection Unit of the domestic intelligence 
section.
    Civil Air Patrol.--Funds made available to the Civil Air 
Patrol [CAP] in the fiscal year 2001 appropriation for Defense 
Department drug interdiction activities may be used for CAP's 
demand reduction program involving youth programs as well as 
operational and training drug reconnaissance missions for 
Federal, State, and local government agencies, and for any 
directly associated administrative costs. The Air Force should 
waive reimbursement from Federal, State, and local government 
agencies for use of these funds.

                    Office of the Inspector General

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $137,544,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     147,545,000
Committee recommendation................................     147,545,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $147,545,000 
for fiscal year 2001. Of this amount, $700,000 is made 
available for emergencies and extraordinary expenses. The 
Committee directs the Inspector General to submit a semi-annual 
expenditures report in compliance with the requirements 
contained in section 127 of Title 10, United States Code.

                               TITLE VII

                            RELATED AGENCIES

   Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $209,100,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     216,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     216,000,000

    The Committee recommends $216,000,000, the budget request 
for the Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] retirement and 
disability system fund. The CIA Retirement Act of 1984 for 
Certain Employees (Public Law 88-643) authorized the 
establishment of a CIA retirement and disability system for a 
limited number of CIA employees and authorized the 
establishment and maintenance of a fund from which benefits 
would be paid to qualified beneficiaries.

                       Community Management Staff

Appropriations, 2000....................................    $158,015,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................     137,631,000
Committee recommendation................................     177,331,000

    The Committee recommends $177,331,000 for the community 
management staff. This amount is $39,700,000 above the budget 
request.

                 National Security Education Trust Fund

Appropriations, 2000....................................      $8,000,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................       6,950,000
Committee recommendation................................       6,950,000

    The Committee appropriates $6,950,000 from the national 
security education trust fund for continuation of this program.

     Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation, and Environmental 
                         Restoration Trust Fund

Appropriations, 2000....................................     $35,000,000
Budget estimate, 2001...................................      25,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      60,000,000

    The Committee recommends $60,000,000 for the Kaho'olawe 
Island conveyance, remediation, and environmental restoration 
trust fund.

                               TITLE VIII

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The following lists general provisions proposed by the 
Committee. The Committee recommends inclusion of several 
proposals which have been incorporated in previous 
appropriations acts, provisions requested for inclusion by the 
Defense Department, and new provisions. The Committee 
recommendations are as follows:
    Sec. 8001. Publicity/propaganda limitation.--Retains 
provision which is carried annually in the DOD Appropriations 
Act prohibiting the use of funds for publicity or propaganda 
purposes not authorized by Congress.
    Sec. 8002. Compensation/employ of foreign nationals.--
Retains provision which is carried annually in DOD 
appropriations acts which limits salary increases for direct 
and indirect hire foreign nationals.
    Sec. 8003. Obligation rate of appropriations.--Retains an 
annual provision limiting obligation of appropriations for only 
1 year unless otherwise expressly provided.
    Sec. 8004. Obligations in last 2 months of fiscal year.--
Retains provision as addressed in previous years which controls 
end-of-year spending.
    Sec. 8005. Transfers.--Retains and modifies an annual 
provision which provides transfer authority of $2,000,000,000.
    Sec. 8006. Working capital fund cash disbursements.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8007. Special access programs notification.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8008. Multiyear procurement authority.--The Committee 
recommends providing multiyear for several programs as noted in 
the section.
    Sec. 8009. Humanitarian and civic assistance.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8010. Civilian personnel ceilings.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8011. Overseas civilian work-years.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8012. Lobbying.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8013. Educational benefits and bonuses.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8014. Organizational analysis/contracting out.-- 
Retains a provision that concerns the conversion of certain 
Government activities and functions to performance by private 
contractors.
    Sec. 8015. Mentor-Protege Program.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8016. Anchor chains.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8017. CHAMPUS/TRICARE mental health benefits.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8018. POW/MIA family travel.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8019. Residual value negotiations.--Retains and 
modifies a provision requested by the administration and 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8020. Demilitarization of surplus firearms.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8021. Relocations into the NCR.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8022. Indian Financing Act incentives.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8023. Military leave for members of the Reserve 
component.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8024. A-76 studies.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8025. American Forces Information Service.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8026. Wage rate--civilian health.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8027. WC-130 weather reconnaissance.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8028. Workshops for the blind and handicapped.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8029. CHAMPUS/TRICARE coordination of benefits.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8030. Burdensharing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8031. Civil Air Patrol.--Retains and modifies a 
provision and modifies amounts appropriated for the Civil Air 
Patrol.
    Sec. 8032. Federally funded research and development 
centers.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8033. Carbon, alloy, or armor steel plate.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8034. Congressional defense committees definition.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8035. Depot maintenance competition.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8036. Reciprocal trade agreements.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8037. Energy cost savings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8038. Non-excess property leases.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8039. Salaries/expenses of administrative 
activities.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8040. Young Marines Program.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8041. Overseas military facility investment.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8042. NATO headquarters operating costs.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8043. Investment item unit cost.--Retains a provision 
requested by the administration and carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8044. Defense Working Capital Fund/Investment Item.--
Retains a provision made in previous years.
    Sec. 8045. CIA availability of funds.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8046. GDIP information system.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8047. Indian tribes environmental impact.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8048. National Science Center for Communications.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8049. Compliance With the Buy America Act.--Retains a 
provision requested by the administration and carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8050. Competition for consultants and studies 
programs.--Retains a provision requested by the administration 
and carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8051. Field operating agencies.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8052. Intelligence authorization.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8053. Adak leasing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8054. Rescissions.--The Committee recommends a general 
provision rescinding funds from the prior year as displayed 
below:

Fiscal Year 2000

Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles:
    Command and Control Vehicle.........................    -$40,000,000
    Breacher System.....................................     -19,000,000
Other Procurement, Army: SMART-T........................     -29,300,000
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army:
    Future Scout and Calvary System.....................     -15,000,000
    Stinger Blk II......................................     -12,000,000
Missile Procurement, Air Force: Titan Launch Vehicle....     -30,000,000
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force: F-16 advance 
    procurement.........................................     -24,000,000

    Sec. 8055. Civilian technicians reductions.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8056. Prohibition on assistance to North Korea.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8057. National Guard counter-drug activities.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8058. Reimbursement for Reserve component intelligence 
personnel.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8059. Pentagon renovation cost ceiling.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8060. Counter-drug activities transfer.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8061. Energy and water efficiency.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8062. Ball and roller bearings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8063. American Samoa transfer.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8064. Buy American computers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8065. MANTECH.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8066. Local hire in noncontiguous States.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8067. National Training Center.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8068. Restrictions on transfer of equipment and 
supplies.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8069. Export Loan Guarantee Program.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8070. Contractor bonuses due to business 
restructuring.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8071. Transportation of chemical weapons.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8072. Former Soviet Union/housing.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8073. Reserve peacetime support to active duty and 
civilian activities.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8074. SCN adjustments to closed accounts.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8075. Expired obligations and unexpended balances.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8076. Shipbuilding cost adjustment.--Retains and 
modifies a provision and modifies funding transfers for ship 
cost adjustments.
    Sec. 8077. DOD Comptroller reporting requirements.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8078. Facilities supervision and administrative 
costs.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8079. Asia Pacific Center.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8080. National Guard distance learning.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8081. Heating Plants in Europe.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8082. Prompt Payment Act interest penalties.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8083. Revised economic assumptions.--Retains and 
modifies provisions carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8084. NATO Headquarters administrative costs 
ceiling.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8085. Buy American waivers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8086. Civil Air Patrol Counterdrug Program.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8087. TRICARE Contracts Extension.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8088. Training of Security Forces of a Foreign 
Country.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8089. Surplus Dental Equipment.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8090. Civilian personnel under-execution.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8091. Foreign Currency Savings.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8092. ADC(X).--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8093. B-52's.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8094. Overseas Contingencies Budget Justifications.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8095. RPM Family Housing.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8096. Custodial Care.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8097. Crediting of travel cards refunds.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8098. Support to Other Government Agencies.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8099. Armor piercing Ammo.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8100. Leasing Authority for National Guard Bureau.--
Retains a provision which allows the Chief of the National 
Guard Bureau to waive payment in the lease of personal property 
to Federal, State or local government, and youth or charitable 
organizations.
    Sec. 8101. Environmental Contracting.--Retains a provision 
which directs limits on the funding to be obligated to 
indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity environmental 
contracts.
    Sec. 8102. Elmendorf Air Force Base.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8103. Alcoholic beverages.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8104. COE for Disaster Management.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8105. Healthcare Partnership for Native Hawaiians.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8106. Prohibition on reconstruction in Serbia.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8107. USO.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8108. Local school funding.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8109. Walking Shield.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8110. ARROW.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8111. Defense Healthcare Contract claims.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8112. GPS.--The Committee includes a new provision 
concerning civil requirements for GPS.
    Sec. 8113. O&M; Defensewide Transfer.--The Committee 
includes a new provision facilitating funded transfers.
    Sec. 8114. OSA Aircraft leasing authority.--The Committee 
includes a new provision providing leasing authority to the 
Secretaries of the Army and the Navy.
    Sec. 8115. BMDO Management Support Reduction.--The 
Committee includes a new provision delineating Committee 
concerns about the overall dollar value as well as the 
percentage of program being invested in management support and 
systems engineering activities. The general provision deletes a 
total of $26,154,000 from the BMDO program elements as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Patriot PAC-3 Theater Missile Defense Acquistion--EMD...        -755,000
Navy Area Theater Missile Defense--EMD..................        -907,000
Theater High-Altitude Area Defense System--TMD--EMD.....      -5,321,000
Navy Theater Wide Missile Defense System--Dem/Val.......      -1,315,000
National Missile Defense--Dem/Val.......................      -9,531,000
BMD Technical Operations................................      -1,116,000
Family-of-Systems Engineering and Integration...........      -7,209,000

    Sec. 8116. BMDO Proposal Notification.--The Committee 
includes a new provision outlining notification procedures.
    Sec. 8117. PMRF Infrastructure.--The Committee includes a 
new provision that makes funds available for repairs and 
maintenance at PMRF.
    Sec. 8118. Preservation of Democracy Initiative.--The 
Committee includes a new provision that makes funds available 
to support democracy preservation initiatives.
    Sec. 8119. North Slope Borough.--The Committee includes a 
new provision making funds available for health care assistance 
and monitoring associated with conducted research at the Arctic 
Aeromedical Laboratory.
    Sec. 8120. OCOTF Reporting Requirements.--The Committee 
includes a new provision that restricts the transfer of funds 
from the Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund.
    Sec. 8121. Quarantine Reimbursement Authorities.--The 
Committee includes a new provision that provides reimbursement 
for mandatory quarantines.
    Sec. 8122. Secretary of the Navy Transfer Authorities.--The 
Committee includes a new provision that provides authority to 
the Secretary of the Navy to liquidate ship cost changes.
    Sec. 8123. D-Day Museum.--The Committee includes a new 
provision that provides funding for the National D-Day Museum.
    Sec. 8124. Bronzeville Academy.--The Committee includes a 
new provision for conversion of the 8th National Guard Armory.
    Sec. 8125. Ship scrapping initiative.--The Committee 
includes a new provision to permit the Secretary of the Navy 
and the Secretary of Transportation to initiate a new ship 
scrapping program.

  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.''
    Due to the early Committee action on the fiscal year 2001 
Defense appropriations bill, an original Senate bill was 
reported by the Appropriations Committee to the Senate.
    At the point when the Committee reports this measure, the 
Congress has not completed action on the Fiscal Year 2001 
Defense Authorization Act. As a consequence, the Committee has 
acted in good faith in its attempt to comply fully with 
requirements stipulated under paragraph 7, rule XVI.
    The Committee anticipates that Congress will authorize the 
amounts appropriated in this act.

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, an original fiscal year 2001 
Department of Defense Appropriations bill (S. 2593) and an 
original legislative branch appropriations bill, both subject 
to amendment and subject to the section 302(b) allocations, by 
recorded vote of 28-0, a quorum being present.

        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
Mrs. Hutchison
Mr. Kyl
Mr. Byrd
Mr. Inouye
Mr. Hollings
Mr. Leahy
Mr. Lautenberg
Mr. Harkin
Ms. Mikulski
Mr. Reid
Mr. Kohl
Mrs. Murray
Mr. Dorgan
Mrs. Feinstein
Mr. Durbin

  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL
                                                                        YEAR 2001
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                      Senate Committee recommendation
                                                                                                   Committee              compared with (+ or -)
                        Item                          2000 appropriation    Budget estimate     recommendation   ---------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  2000 appropriation    Budget estimate
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                       TITLE I

                 MILITARY PERSONNEL

Military Personnel, Army............................         22,006,361          22,198,457          22,173,929            +167,568             -24,528
Military Personnel, Navy............................         17,258,823          17,742,897          17,877,215            +618,392            +134,318
Military Personnel, Marine Corps....................          6,555,403           6,822,300           6,831,373            +275,970              +9,073
Military Personnel, Air Force.......................         17,861,803          18,282,834          18,110,764            +248,961            -172,070
Reserve Personnel, Army.............................          2,289,996           2,433,880           2,458,961            +168,965             +25,081
Reserve Personnel, Navy.............................          1,473,388           1,528,385           1,539,490             +66,102             +11,105
Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps.....................            412,650             436,386             446,586             +33,936             +10,200
Reserve Personnel, Air Force........................            892,594             981,710             963,752             +71,158             -17,958
National Guard Personnel, Army......................          3,610,479           3,747,636           3,781,236            +170,757             +33,600
National Guard Personnel, Air Force.................          1,533,196           1,627,181           1,634,181            +100,985              +7,000
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      Total, title I, Military Personnel............         73,894,693          75,801,666          75,817,487          +1,922,794             +15,821

                      TITLE II

              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Operation and Maintenance, Army.....................         19,256,152          19,073,731          19,049,881            -206,271             -23,850
    (By transfer--National Defense Stockpile).......            (50,000)            (50,000)            (50,000)  ..................  ..................
Operation and Maintenance, Navy.....................         22,958,784          23,250,154          23,398,254            +439,470            +148,100
    (By transfer--National Defense Stockpile).......            (50,000)            (50,000)            (50,000)  ..................  ..................
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps.............          2,808,354           2,705,658           2,729,758             -78,596             +24,100
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force \2\............         20,896,959          22,296,977          22,268,977          +1,372,018             -28,000
    (By transfer--National Defense Stockpile).......            (50,000)            (50,000)            (50,000)  ..................  ..................
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide.............         11,489,483          11,920,069          11,991,688            +502,205             +71,619
Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve.............          1,469,176           1,521,418           1,529,418             +60,242              +8,000
Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve.............            958,978             960,946             968,946              +9,968              +8,000
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve.....            138,911             133,959             141,159              +2,248              +7,200
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve........          1,782,591           1,885,859           1,893,859            +111,268              +8,000
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard......          3,161,378           3,182,335           3,330,535            +169,157            +148,200
Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard.......          3,241,138           3,446,375           3,481,775            +240,637             +35,400
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund.......          1,722,600           4,100,577           4,100,577          +2,377,977   ..................
United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.              7,621               8,574               8,574                +953   ..................
Environmental Restoration, Army.....................            378,170             389,932             389,932             +11,762   ..................
Environmental Restoration, Navy.....................            284,000             294,038             294,038             +10,038   ..................
Environmental Restoration, Air Force................            376,800             376,300             376,300                -500   ..................
Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide.............             25,370              23,412              21,412              -3,958              -2,000
Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense                239,214             186,499             231,499              -7,715             +45,000
 Sites..............................................
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid......             55,800              64,900              55,900                +100              -9,000
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction................            460,500             458,400             458,400              -2,100   ..................
Pentagon Renovation Transfer Fund...................            222,800   ..................  ..................           -222,800   ..................
Quality of Life Enhancements, Defense...............            300,000   ..................  ..................           -300,000   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title II, Operation and maintenance....         92,234,779          96,280,113          96,720,882          +4,486,103            +440,769
          (By transfer).............................           (150,000)           (150,000)           (150,000)  ..................  ..................
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                      TITLE III

                     PROCUREMENT

Aircraft Procurement, Army..........................          1,451,688           1,323,262           1,532,862             +81,174            +209,600
Missile Procurement, Army...........................          1,322,305           1,295,728           1,329,781              +7,476             +34,053
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles,           1,586,490           1,874,638           2,166,574            +580,084            +291,936
 Army...............................................
Procurement of Ammunition, Army.....................          1,204,120           1,131,323           1,212,149              +8,029             +80,826
Other Procurement, Army.............................          3,738,934           3,795,870           4,060,728            +321,794            +264,858
Aircraft Procurement, Navy..........................          8,662,655           7,963,858           8,426,499            -236,156            +462,641
Weapons Procurement, Navy...........................          1,383,413           1,434,250           1,571,650            +188,237            +137,400
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps....            525,200             429,649             471,749             -53,451             +42,100
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy...................          7,053,454          12,296,919          11,612,090          +4,558,636            -684,829
Other Procurement, Navy.............................          4,320,238           3,334,611           3,400,180            -920,058             +65,569
Procurement, Marine Corps...........................          1,300,920           1,171,935           1,196,368            -104,552             +24,433
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.....................          8,228,630           9,539,602           7,289,934            -938,696          -2,249,668
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force................            442,537             638,808             654,808            +212,271             +16,000
Missile Procurement, Air Force......................          2,211,407           3,061,715           2,920,815            +709,408            -140,900
Other Procurement, Air Force........................          7,146,157           7,699,127           7,605,027            +458,870             -94,100
Procurement, Defense-Wide...........................          2,249,566           2,275,308           2,294,908             +45,342             +19,600
National Guard and Reserve Equipment................            150,000   ..................            150,000   ..................           +150,000
Defense Production Act Purchases....................              3,000   ..................  ..................             -3,000   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title III, Procurement.................         52,980,714          59,266,603          57,896,122          +4,915,408          -1,370,481
                                                     ===================================================================================================
                      TITLE IV

     RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army....          5,266,601           5,260,346           5,683,675            +417,074            +423,329
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy....          9,110,326           8,476,677           8,812,070            -298,256            +335,393
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air              13,674,537          13,685,576          13,931,145            +256,608            +245,569
 Force..............................................
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-          9,256,705          10,238,242          10,952,039          +1,695,334            +713,797
 Wide...............................................
Developmental Test and Evaluation, Defense..........            265,957   ..................  ..................           -265,957   ..................
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense............             31,434             201,560             218,560            +187,126             +17,000
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title IV, Research, Development, Test           37,605,560          37,862,401          39,597,489          +1,991,929          +1,735,088
       and Evaluation...............................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
                       TITLE V

           REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

Defense Working Capital Funds.......................             90,344             916,276             916,276            +825,932   ..................

National Defense Sealift Fund:
    Ready Reserve Force.............................            257,000             258,000             258,000              +1,000   ..................
    Acquisition.....................................            460,200             130,158             130,158            -330,042   ..................
National Defense Airlift:
    Airlift Fleet Support...........................  ..................  ..................          2,478,723          +2,478,723          +2,478,723
    Acquisition.....................................  ..................  ..................            412,200            +412,200            +412,200
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            717,200             388,158           3,279,081          +2,561,881          +2,890,923
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Total, title V, Revolving and Management Funds            807,544           1,304,434           4,195,357          +3,387,813          +2,890,923
                                                     ===================================================================================================
                      TITLE VI

        OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS

Defense Health Program:
    Operation and maintenance.......................         10,522,647          11,244,543          11,437,293            +914,646            +192,750
    Procurement.....................................            356,970             290,006             290,006             -66,964   ..................
    Research and development........................            275,000              65,880             402,880            +127,880            +337,000
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Defense Health Program.................         11,154,617          11,600,429          12,130,179            +975,562            +529,750

Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army: \1\
    Operation and maintenance.......................            543,500             607,200             600,000             +56,500              -7,200
    Procurement.....................................            191,500             121,900             105,000             -86,500             -16,900
    Research, development, test, and evaluation.....            294,000             274,400             274,400             -19,600   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Chemical Agents........................          1,029,000           1,003,500             979,400             -49,600             -24,100

Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities,                  847,800             836,300             933,700             +85,900             +97,400
 Defense............................................
Office of the Inspector General.....................            137,544             147,545             147,545             +10,001   ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Total, title VI, Other Department of Defense           13,168,961          13,587,774          14,190,824          +1,021,863            +603,050
       Programs.....................................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
                      TITLE VII

                  RELATED AGENCIES

Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and                      209,100             216,000             216,000              +6,900   ..................
 Disability System Fund.............................
Intelligence Community Management Account...........            158,015             137,631             177,331             +19,316             +39,700
    Transfer to Dept of Justice.....................            (27,000)            (27,000)            (27,000)  ..................  ..................
Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance,                         35,000              25,000              60,000             +25,000             +35,000
 Remediation, and Environmental Restoration Fund....
National Security Education Trust Fund..............              8,000               6,950               6,950              -1,050   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title VII, Related agencies............            410,115             385,581             460,281             +50,166             +74,700
                                                     ===================================================================================================
                     TITLE VIII

                 GENERAL PROVISIONS

Ship Transfers (FY99 with FY2000 carryover).........           -170,000   ..................  ..................           +170,000   ..................
Additional transfer authority (Sec. 8005)...........         (1,600,000)         (2,000,000)         (2,000,000)          (+400,000)  ..................
Indian Financing Act incentives (Sec. 8022).........              8,000   ..................              8,000   ..................             +8,000
Disposal and lease of DOD real property (Sec. 8038).             32,200              24,000              24,000              -8,200   ..................
Overseas Military Fac Investment Recovery (Sec.                   4,300               3,000               3,000              -1,300   ..................
 8019)..............................................
Rescissions (Sec. 8054).............................           -350,180   ..................           -169,300            +180,880            -169,300
FY 1999 Economic Adjustment (rescission)............           -452,100   ..................  ..................           +452,100   ..................
Women in Service for America Memorial...............              5,000   ..................  ..................             -5,000   ..................
Shipbuilding transfer...............................  ..................  ..................  ..................  ..................  ..................
Civilian personnel under execution (Sec. 8090)......           -123,200   ..................            -56,200             +67,000             -56,200
Foreign Currency Fluctuations (Sec. 8091)...........           -171,000   ..................           -769,700            -598,700            -769,700
A-76 Studies........................................           -100,000   ..................  ..................           +100,000   ..................
WMD consequence management..........................             35,000   ..................  ..................            -35,000   ..................
Travel Cards (Sec. 8097)............................              5,000               5,000               5,000   ..................  ..................
Recovery of DoD admin expenses from FMS.............            -87,000   ..................  ..................            +87,000   ..................
Advance pay appropriation...........................         -1,838,426   ..................  ..................         +1,838,426   ..................
Transfer to Department of Transportation (Sec. 8102)             (5,000)  ..................            (10,000)            (+5,000)           (+10,000)
Aircraft leasing (Sec. 8114)........................             19,000   ..................              5,000             -14,000              +5,000
Munitions/Readiness.................................           -100,000   ..................  ..................           +100,000   ..................
Red Cross...........................................              5,000   ..................  ..................             -5,000   ..................
United Service Organizations (Sec. 8107)............              5,000   ..................             10,000              +5,000             +10,000
F-22 Program Transfer Account.......................          1,000,000   ..................  ..................         -1,000,000   ..................
F-22 Program Termination Liability..................            300,000   ..................  ..................           -300,000   ..................
Performance Based Academic Model....................              5,500   ..................  ..................             -5,500   ..................
Seattle Conveyance..................................              1,000   ..................  ..................             -1,000   ..................
Eisenhower Memorial Commission......................                300   ..................  ..................               -300   ..................
Rome Labs...........................................             13,000   ..................  ..................            -13,000   ..................
Aviation Support Facility...........................             10,000   ..................  ..................            -10,000   ..................
Depot Maintenance...................................           -400,000   ..................  ..................           +400,000   ..................
Spares..............................................           -550,000   ..................  ..................           +550,000   ..................
Base Operations.....................................           -100,000   ..................  ..................           +100,000   ..................
Munitions...........................................           -356,400   ..................  ..................           +356,400   ..................
O&M; general reduction...............................         -7,200,000   ..................  ..................         +7,200,000   ..................
O&M; contingent emergency............................          7,200,000   ..................  ..................         -7,200,000   ..................
Working Capital Fund Cash Balances..................  ..................  ..................  ..................  ..................  ..................
Preservation of Democracy (Sec. 8118)...............  ..................  ..................             20,000             +20,000             +20,000
Quarantine benefits (Sec. 8121).....................  ..................  ..................              1,000              +1,000              +1,000
National D-Day Museum (sec. 8123)...................  ..................  ..................              2,100              +2,100              +2,100
Inflation rescission--Procurement (Sec. 8083).......  ..................  ..................           -173,711            -173,711            -173,711
Inflation rescission--RDT&E; (Sec. 8083).............  ..................  ..................           -145,977            -145,977            -145,977
BMDO Support reduction management (Sec. 8115).......  ..................  ..................            -26,154             -26,154             -26,154
Ship scrapping initiative...........................  ..................  ..................             10,000             +10,000             +10,000
Chicago Military Academy............................  ..................  ..................              5,000              +5,000              +5,000
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title VIII.............................         -3,350,006              32,000          -1,247,942          +2,102,064          -1,279,942
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Grand total...................................        267,752,360         284,520,572         287,630,500         +19,878,140          +3,109,928
                                                     ===================================================================================================
                OTHER APPROPRIATIONS

Waiver of certain sanctions against India and                    43,000   ..................  ..................            -43,000   ..................
 Pakistan...........................................
Public Law 106-113:
    Title II--O&M;, Army.............................            100,000   ..................  ..................           -100,000   ..................
    Title VI--1994 Friendly Fire Settlement.........              2,000   ..................  ..................             -2,000   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, other appropriations...................            145,000   ..................  ..................           -145,000   ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Adjusted total (incl other appropriations)....        267,897,360         284,520,572         287,630,500         +19,733,140          +3,109,928
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\1\ Included in Budget under Procurement title.
\2\ O&M;, AF request reduced by $300,000 by a technical correction budget amendment (H. Doc. 106-____).