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                                                       Calendar No. 188
108th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                     108-87

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            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2004

                                _______
                                

                 July 10, 2003.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                              R E P O R T

                    [To accompany S. 1382]

    The Committee on Appropriations, to which was referred the 
bill (H.R. 0000) making appropriations for the Department of 
Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for 
other purposes, reports the same to the Senate with an 
amendment in the nature of a substitute and recommends that the 
bill as amended do pass. deg.
    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 1382) 
making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes, 
reports favorably thereon and recommends that the bill do pass.



New obligational authority

Total of bill as reported to Senate.....................$369,148,293,000
Total of 2004 budget estimate........................... 372,273,314,000
Amount of fiscal year 2003 enacted with supplementals... 426,944,434,000
The bill as reported to the Senate:
    Below fiscal year 2004 budget estimate..............   3,125,021,000
    Below enacted appropriations for fiscal year 2003...  57,796,141,000


                            C O N T E N T S

                              ----------                              
Background:
                                                                   Page
    Purpose of the Bill..........................................     4
    Hearings.....................................................     4
    Summary of the Bill..........................................     4
Title I:
    Military Personnel:
        Military Personnel Overview..............................     9
        Military Personnel, Army.................................    10
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................    13
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................    15
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................    17
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................    19
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................    20
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................    21
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................    22
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................    23
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................    24
Title II:
    Operation and maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance Overview.......................    26
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................    28
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................    33
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................    37
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................    39
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................    41
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................    44
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................    45
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........    46
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............    46
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........    47
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............    48
        Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account.........    49
        U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces...............    50
        Environmental Restoration, Army..........................    50
        Environmental Restoration, Navy..........................    50
        Environmental Restoration, Air Force.....................    50
        Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..................    50
        Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...    50
        Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...........    50
        Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction.....................    51
Title III:
    Procurement:
        Procurement Overview.....................................    53
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................    53
        Missile Procurement, Army................................    57
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.    61
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................    65
        Other Procurement, Army..................................    68
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................    77
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................    82
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........    87
        Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy........................    90
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................    94
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................   102
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   107
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   113
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   116
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   118
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   124
        National Guard and Reserve Equipment.....................   129
        Defense Production Act Purchases.........................   131
Title IV:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   133
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   145
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   157
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-wide.   167
        Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.................   175
Title V:
    Revolving and Management Funds:
        Defense Working Capital Funds............................   177
        National Defense Sealift Fund............................   178
        Refined Petroleum Products, Marginal Expense Transfer 
          Account................................................   178
Title VI:
    Other Department of Defense Appropriations:
        Defense Health Program...................................   179
        Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army..........   184
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   184
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   186
Title VII:
    Related agencies:
        Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability 
          System 
          Fund...................................................   187
        Intelligence Community Management Account................   187
        Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation and 
          Environmental Restoration Fund.........................   187
        National Security Education Trust Fund...................   187
Title VIII:
    General Provisions...........................................   189
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI, of the Standing Rules of 
  the Sen- 
  ate............................................................   195
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI, of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................   195
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI, of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   196

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2003, 
through September 30, 2004. 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 foreign military assistance, military 
construction, family housing, nuclear weapons programs, and 
civil defense are provided in other bills.

                                Hearings

    The Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense began hearings 
on March 19, 2003, and concluded them on May 15, 2003, after 
nine 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 2004 budget 
estimate of $372,273,314,000 in new obligational authority for 
the military functions of the Department of Defense. The 
reestimated budget is $57,796,141,000 below fiscal year 2003 
enacted levels including supplementals.
    The Committee recommendation of $369,148,293,000 pays for 
the on-going programs of the Department of Defense and to 
transform the military for the new century.

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The following table displays the recommendations for each 
title:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Fiscal year 2003  Fiscal year 2004      Committee
                                                                enacted           estimate       recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I--Military personnel..............................        93,577,552         98,944,265        98,939,987
Title II--Operation and maintenance......................       114,714,258        116,952,324       115,586,765
Title III--Procurement...................................        71,518,217         72,721,026        73,975,918
Title IV--Research, development, test and evaluation.....        58,208,460         61,826,654        63,564,908
Title V--Revolving and management funds..................         2,727,585          3,459,269         1,793,155
Title VI--Other Department of Defense programs...........        17,372,813         17,900,405        18,271,809
Title VII--Related agencies..............................           468,979            393,040           418,220
Title VIII--General provisions (net).....................        -3,993,530             76,331        -3,402,469
                                                          ------------------------------------------------------
      Grand total........................................       354,594,334        372,273,314       369,148,293
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     CLASSIFIED PROGRAM ADJUSTMENTS

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

                         COMMITTEE ALLOCATIONS

    The Appropriations Committee conformed fully to the budget 
estimates for defense spending in the Committee's allocation. 
This allocation divided the budget authority and outlays among 
the subcommittees with jurisdiction over discretionary 
spending. In this recommended bill, the Appropriations 
Committee has remained within the constraints of its 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 Budget Resolution
 for 2004: Subcommittee on Defense:
    Discretionary...........................................      368,662      368,637      389,387  \1\ 389,371
    Mandatory...............................................          528          528          528      \1\ 528
Projection of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2004....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........  \2\ 252,224
    2005....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       80,056
    2006....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       23,522
    2007....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        6,650
    2008 and future years...................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        4,717
Financial assistance to State and local governments for                NA  ...........           NA  ...........
 2004.......................................................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\ Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.

              TIMELINESS OF BUDGET JUSTIFICATION MATERIALS

    By law, the President is required to submit a budget 
estimate to the Congress not later than the first Monday in 
February of each year. This budget ``shall include a budget 
message and summary and supporting information'' (31 U.S.C. 
1105).
    The budget volumes compiled by the Office of Management and 
Budget are presented in time to meet the statutory deadline. 
However, the substantive, programmatic, detailed budget 
justification materials--supporting information--from the 
Department of Defense all too often are presented weeks or 
months later.
    This year, the Committee was still receiving budget 
justification materials in June. The practice of delivering 
budget justification documents months after the statutory 
deadline seriously impedes the Committee's ability to do its 
work.
    The Committee expects this problem to be resolved with 
presentation of the fiscal year 2005 budget estimate. While the 
Committee does not expect every DOD budget justification 
document to be presented concurrent with delivery of the 
President's fiscal year 2005 budget estimate on February 2, 
2004, significant improvement in the timeliness of budget 
justification materials can and must be made.
    The Committee directs the Under Secretary of Defense 
(Comptroller) to develop and then implement a plan to achieve 
this goal. At a minimum, the Committee directs that all fiscal 
year 2005 budget justification materials are to be received not 
later than March 8, 2004, or five weeks after the budget 
presentation.
    Further, the Committee directs the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Comptroller) to report in writing to the congressional 
defense committees on the detailed status of the submission of 
budget justification materials. This report is to be submitted 
February 2, 2004, and weekly thereafter until all budget 
justification materials have been received by the Congress.

                                TITLE I

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required for basic pay, retired pay accrual, Medicare eligible 
retiree health care 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 2004 budget requests a total of 
$98,944,265,000 for military personnel appropriations. This 
request funds an Active component end strength of 1,388,100 and 
a Reserve component end strength of 863,300.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations 
totaling $98,939,987,000 for fiscal year 2004. This is 
$4,278,000 below the budget estimate.
    The Committee recommends funding an Active component end 
strength of 1,388,100 for fiscal year 2004, the same as the 
budget estimate. The Committee recommends funding a Reserve 
component end strength of 863,330 for fiscal year 2004, an 
increase of 30 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for 
fiscal year 2004 are summarized below:

                                  SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel:
    Army........................................................      37,386,380      28,282,764      -9,103,616
    Navy........................................................      25,282,454      23,309,791      -1,972,663
    Marine Corps................................................       9,559,441       8,994,426        -565,015
    Air Force...................................................      26,715,990      22,993,072      -3,722,918
Reserve Personnel:
    Army........................................................               0       3,584,735      +3,584,735
    Navy........................................................               0       2,027,945      +2,027,945
    Marine Corps................................................               0         587,619        +587,619
    Air Force...................................................               0       1,332,301      +1,332,301
National Guard Personnel:
    Army........................................................               0       5,598,504      +5,598,504
    Air Force...................................................               0       2,228,830      +2,228,830
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      98,944,265      98,939,987          -4,278
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end-strengths for fiscal year 2004 
are summarized below:

                                            RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active:
    Army........................................................         480,000         480,000  ..............
    Navy........................................................         373,800         373,800  ..............
    Marine Corps................................................         175,000         175,000  ..............
    Air Force...................................................         359,300         359,300  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................       1,388,100       1,388,100  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve................................................         205,000         205,000  ..............
    Navy Reserve................................................          85,900          85,900  ..............
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................          39,600          39,600  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................          75,800          75,800  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................         350,000         350,000  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................         107,000         107,030             +30
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................         863,300         863,330             +30
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total.....................................................       2,251,400       2,251,430             +30
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end-strengths for full-time support 
of the Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2004 are summarized 
below:

                                RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army Reserve....................................................          14,374          14,374  ..............
Navy Reserve....................................................          14,384          14,384  ..............
Marine Corps Reserve............................................           2,261           2,261  ..............
Air Force Reserve...............................................           1,660           1,660  ..............
Army National Guard.............................................          25,386          25,599            +213
Air National Guard..............................................          12,140          12,191             +51
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................          70,205          70,469            +264
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                  RECOMMENDED MILITARY TECHNICIANS END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dual Status (minimum levels):
    Army Reserve................................................           6,699           6,699  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................           9,991           9,991  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................          24,589          24,589  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................          22,806          22,806  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................          64,085          64,085  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Non Dual Status (numerical limits):
    Army Reserve................................................             895             895  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................              90              90  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................           1,600           1,600  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................             350             350  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................           2,935           2,935  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Total:
    Army Reserve................................................           7,594           7,594  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................          10,081          10,081  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................          26,189          26,189  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................          23,156          23,156  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................          67,020          67,020  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Military Personnel Overview

    The Committee notes that the fiscal year 2004 budget 
estimate represents a significant increase in the military 
personnel accounts. The fiscal year 2004 military personnel 
budget estimate is $4,696,407,000 above the fiscal year 2003 
estimate. Major initiatives include:
    Consolidation of the Military Personnel Accounts.--The 
budget estimate seeks to consolidate the National Guard and 
Reserve military personnel appropriations with their respective 
active duty appropriation. The Committee is opposed to the 
consolidation of the appropriation accounts as requested, but 
supports consolidating budget activities within the individual 
National Guard and Reserve appropriations. The use of a single 
budget activity will provide greater flexibility for the Guard 
and Reserve commanders in executing their missions, without 
diluting congressional oversight.
    The Committee recommends realigning the budget estimate as 
follows:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                      Active          Reserve     National Guard    Net change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army............................................      -9,097,944      +3,583,625      +5,514,319  ..............
Navy............................................      -2,028,153      +2,028,153  ..............  ..............
Marine Corps....................................        -587,444        +587,444  ..............  ..............
Air Force.......................................      -3,554,986      +1,331,888      +2,223,098  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Targeted Pay Raise.--The budget estimate provides for a 4.1 
percent average increase in the basic pay for military 
personnel, with the minimum pay raise for junior personnel of 2 
percent and a targeted pay raise of up to 6.25 percent for mid-
career officers and senior noncommissioned officers. The 
Committee supports an average pay raise of 4.15 percent with a 
minimum pay raise of 3.7 percent as authorized in the Senate 
passed version of the fiscal year 2004 National Defense 
Authorization bill. The Committee provides $31,952,000 above 
the budget estimate to fund the increased pay tables authorized 
by the Senate.
    Reduced Out-of-Pocket Housing Costs.--The budget estimate 
includes funds to continue the effort to increase Basic 
Allowance for Housing rates, and to reduce servicemember's 
average out-of-pocket housing expense from the current 7.5 
percent to 3.5 percent in fiscal year 2004. This increase in 
Basic Allowance for Housing funding is consistent with the 
Department's goal to eliminate the average out-of-pocket 
expense completely by fiscal year 2005.
    Active Component End Strength.--The Committee supports the 
President's budget request for a decrease of 1,900 to Navy 
active end strength, and an increase of 300 to Air Force active 
end strength.

          FAMILY SEPARATION ALLOWANCE AND IMMINENT DANGER PAY

    The Committee supports the permanent increase of Family 
Separation Allowance from $100 per month to $250 per month and 
Imminent Danger Pay from $150 per month to $225 per month as 
authorized in the Senate passed version of the fiscal year 2004 
Defense Authorization bill. The Committee provides an 
additional $210,205,000 to fund the increased benefit.

           CONCURRENT RECEIPT FOR RETIRED MILITARY PERSONNEL

    At the time of the Committee's mark up of the fiscal year 
2004 defense bill, the Senate authorized full concurrent 
receipt for military retirees who were disabled as a result of 
military service, which will enable them to receive both their 
full retired pay and their full veterans disability 
compensation beginning in fiscal year 2004. The House 
recommended no similar provision.
    The Committee endorses the benefit, but is deferring action 
on the issue since it is unclear at this time whether 
concurrent receipt will become law and what form the benefit 
will take. If the program is ultimately authorized, the 
Department will be required to fund the benefit within existing 
resources or request supplemental appropriations.

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $26,855,017,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  37,386,380,000
Committee recommendation................................  28,282,764,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$28,282,764,000. This is $9,103,616,000 below the budget 
estimate. This reflects the transfer of Reserve Personnel, Army 
and National Guard Personnel, Army funding to individual 
appropriation accounts.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF OFFICER:
   5     BASIC PAY           4,412,910       4,412,910  ..............
  10     RETIRED PAY         1,195,923       1,195,923  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  15     DEFENSE               361,924         361,924  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  25     BASIC                 811,721         811,721  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  30     BASIC                 168,721         168,721  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
  35     INCENTIVE              77,194          77,194  ..............
          PAYS
  40     SPECIAL PAYS          209,965         212,498          +2,533
  45     ALLOWANCES             68,583          77,084          +8,501
  50     SEPARATION             66,865          66,865  ..............
          PAY
  55     SOCIAL                336,736         336,736  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            7,710,542       7,721,576         +11,034
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
  60     BASIC PAY           9,574,058       9,574,058  ..............
  65     RETIRED PAY         2,594,570       2,594,570  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  70     DEFENSE             1,856,387       1,856,387  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  80     BASIC               2,046,666       2,046,666  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  85     INCENTIVE              71,540          71,540  ..............
          PAYS
  90     SPECIAL PAYS          497,276         500,119          +2,843
  95     ALLOWANCES            448,776         494,100         +45,324
 100     SEPARATION            271,029         271,029  ..............
          PAY
 101     SPEC COMP FOR         151,000         151,000  ..............
          COMBAT-
          RELATED
          DISABLED
 105     SOCIAL                725,951         725,951  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,           18,237,253      18,285,420         +48,167
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      CADETS:
 110     ACADEMY                49,667          49,667  ..............
          CADETS

     ACTIVITY 4:
      SUBSISTENCE OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
 115     BASIC                 853,758         853,758  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
 120     SUBSISTENCE-          550,205         550,205  ..............
          IN-KIND
 121     FAMILY                  1,598           1,598  ..............
          SUBSISTENCE
          SUPPLEMENTAL
          ALLOWANCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,405,561       1,405,561  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4

     ACTIVITY 5:
      PERMANENT CHANGE
      OF STATION:
 125     ACCESSION             196,036         196,036  ..............
          TRAVEL
 130     TRAINING               56,557          56,557  ..............
          TRAVEL
 135     OPERATIONAL           218,847         218,847  ..............
          TRAVEL
 140     ROTATIONAL            376,968         376,968  ..............
          TRAVEL
 145     SEPARATION            167,205         167,205  ..............
          TRAVEL
 150     TRAVEL OF               1,946           1,946  ..............
          ORGANIZED
          UNITS
 155     NON-TEMPORARY          26,535          26,535  ..............
          STORAGE
 160     TEMPORARY              18,996          18,996  ..............
          LODGING
          EXPENSE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,063,090       1,063,090  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 5

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY PERS
      COSTS:
 170     APPREHENSION              615             615  ..............
          OF MILITARY
          DESERTERS
 175     INTEREST ON               202             202  ..............
          UNIFORMED
          SERVICES
          SAVINGS
 180     DEATH                   3,366           3,366  ..............
          GRATUITIES
 185     UNEMPLOYMENT           78,195          78,195  ..............
          BENEFITS
 190     SURVIVOR                4,519           4,519  ..............
          BENEFITS
 195     EDUCATION               4,268           4,268  ..............
          BENEFITS
 200     ADOPTION                  250             250  ..............
          EXPENSES
 205     SPECIAL                 9,200           9,200  ..............
          COMPENSATION
          FOR SEVERELY
          DISABLED
          RETIREES
 210     TRANSPORTATIO           4,364           4,364  ..............
          N SUBSIDY
 215     OTHER                   2,500           2,500  ..............
          (PARTIAL
          DISLOCATION
          ALLOWANCE)
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              107,479         107,479  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 6

 220     LESS                 -285,156        -285,156  ..............
          REIMBURSABLE
          S
         INCREASED PAY  ..............           9,296          +9,296
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
         ONW/OSW        ..............         -74,169         -74,169
          CONOPS
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           28,288,436      28,282,764          -5,672
            ACTIVE
            FORCES,
            ARMY

     ACTIVITY 7:
      RESERVE
      PERSONNEL, ARMY:
         UNIT AND
          INDIVIDUAL
          TRAINING:
  10         PAY GROUP       1,142,059  ..............      -1,142,059
              A
              TRAINING
              (15 DAYS
              & DRILLS
               24/48)
  20         PAY GROUP          41,615  ..............         -41,615
              B
              TRAINING
              (BACKFIL
              L FOR
              ACT
              DUTY)
  30         PAY GROUP         168,541  ..............        -168,541
              F
              TRAINING
              (RECRUIT
              S)
  40         PAY GROUP          13,364  ..............         -13,364
              P
              TRAINING
              (PIPELIN
              E
              RECRUITS
              )
  45         DEFENSE           353,984  ..............        -353,984
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL       1,719,563  ..............      -1,719,563
                  ,
                  UNIT
                  AND
                  INDI
                  VIDU
                  AL
                  TRAI
                  NING

         OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          SUPPORT:
  60         MOBILIZAT          18,548  ..............         -18,548
              ION
              TRAINING
  70         SCHOOL            111,285  ..............        -111,285
              TRAINING
  80         SPECIAL           157,879  ..............        -157,879
              TRAINING
  90         ADMINISTR       1,286,251  ..............      -1,286,251
              ATION
              AND
              SUPPORT
 100         EDUCATION          47,182  ..............         -47,182
              BENEFITS
 110         ROTC--SEN         116,560  ..............        -116,560
              IOR,
              JUNIOR
 120         HEALTH             29,648  ..............         -29,648
              PROFESSI
              ON
              SCHOLARS
              HIP
 125         DEFENSE            65,087  ..............         -65,087
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
 130         OTHER              34,122  ..............         -34,122
              PROGRAMS
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL       1,866,562  ..............      -1,866,562
                  ,
                  OTHE
                  R
                  TRAI
                  NING
                  AND
                  SUPP
                  ORT

         UNDISTRIBUTED          -2,500  ..............          +2,500
          ADJUSTMENT
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,            3,583,625  ..............      -3,583,625
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 7

     ACTIVITY 8:
      NATIONAL GUARD
      PERSONNEL, ARMY:
         UNIT AND
          INDIVIDUAL
          TRAINING:
  10         PAY GROUP       1,936,855  ..............      -1,936,855
              A
              TRAINING
              (15 DAYS
              & DRILLS
               24/48)
  30         PAY GROUP         237,886  ..............        -237,886
              F
              TRAINING
              (RECRUIT
              S)
  40         PAY GROUP          26,327  ..............         -26,327
              P
              TRAINING
              (PIPELIN
              E
              RECRUITS
              )
  45         DEFENSE           605,970  ..............        -605,970
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        2,807,038  ..............      -2,807,038
                UNIT
                AND
                INDIVI
                DUAL
                TRAINI
                NG

         OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          SUPPORT:
  70         SCHOOL            225,190  ..............        -225,190
              TRAINING
  80         SPECIAL           198,365  ..............        -198,365
              TRAINING
  90         ADMINISTR       2,061,781  ..............      -2,061,781
              ATION
              AND
              SUPPORT
 100         EDUCATION         109,636  ..............        -109,636
              BENEFITS
 125         DEFENSE           112,309  ..............        -112,309
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        2,707,281  ..............      -2,707,281
                OTHER
                TRAINI
                NG AND
                SUPPOR
                T
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        5,514,319  ..............      -5,514,319
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 8
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,       37,386,380      28,282,764      -9,103,616
                MILITA
                RY
                PERSON
                NEL,
                ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: Pay and Allowances of
      Officers:
  40     Increased Imminent Danger Pay                          +2,533
  45     Increased Family Separation Allowance                  +8,501
     Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of
      Enlisted:
  90     Increased Imminent Danger Pay                         +13,843
  90     Special Pays/Selective Reenlistment Bonuses           -11,000
  95     Increased Family Separation Allowance                 +45,324
     Budget Activity 7: Reserve Personnel, Army:
         Total, Reserve Personnel, Army Transfer            -3,583,625
     Budget Activity 8: National Guard Personnel,
      Army:
         Total, National Guard Personnel, Army              -5,514,319
          Transfer
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                        +9,296
         ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps                                    -74,169
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                -9,103,616
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $21,927,628,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  25,282,454,000
Committee recommendation................................  23,309,791,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$23,309,791,000. This is $1,972,663,000 below the budget 
estimate. This reflects the transfer of Reserve Personnel, Navy 
funding to an individual appropriation account.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF OFFICER:
   5     BASIC PAY           3,029,230       3,029,230  ..............
  10     RETIRED PAY           820,921         820,921  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  15     DEFENSE               247,898         247,898  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  25     BASIC                 830,513         830,513  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  30     BASIC                 111,221         111,221  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
  35     INCENTIVE             181,696         181,696  ..............
          PAYS
  40     SPECIAL PAYS          245,270         247,688          +2,418
  45     ALLOWANCES             58,182          63,629          +5,447
  50     SEPARATION             37,085          37,085  ..............
          PAY
  55     SOCIAL                230,716         230,716  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            5,792,732       5,800,597          +7,865
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
  60     BASIC PAY           7,833,599       7,833,599  ..............
  65     RETIRED PAY         2,122,905       2,122,905  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  70     DEFENSE             1,465,143       1,465,143  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  80     BASIC               2,355,412       2,355,412  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  85     INCENTIVE             101,680         101,680  ..............
          PAYS
  90     SPECIAL PAYS          885,452         888,002          +2,550
  95     ALLOWANCES            400,383         439,520         +39,137
 100     SEPARATION            180,251         180,251  ..............
          PAY
 101     SPEC COMP FOR          64,000          64,000  ..............
          COMBAT-
          RELATED
          DISABLED
 105     SOCIAL                594,271         594,271  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,           16,003,096      16,044,783         +41,687
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      MIDSHIPMEN:
 110     MIDSHIPMEN             52,851          52,851  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4:
      SUBSISTENCE OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
 115     BASIC                 577,540         577,540  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
 120     SUBSISTENCE-          398,881         398,881  ..............
          IN-KIND
 121     FAMILY                    500             500  ..............
          SUBSISTENCE
          SUPPLEMENTAL
          ALLOWANCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              976,921         976,921  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4

     ACTIVITY 5:
      PERMANENT CHANGE
      OF STATION:
 125     ACCESSION              59,115          59,115  ..............
          TRAVEL
 130     TRAINING               54,924          54,924  ..............
          TRAVEL
 135     OPERATIONAL           168,055         168,055  ..............
          TRAVEL
 140     ROTATIONAL            255,429         255,429  ..............
          TRAVEL
 145     SEPARATION            106,978         106,978  ..............
          TRAVEL
 150     TRAVEL OF              25,000          25,000  ..............
          ORGANIZED
          UNITS
 155     NON-TEMPORARY          11,354          11,354  ..............
          STORAGE
 160     TEMPORARY              13,446          13,446  ..............
          LODGING
          EXPENSE
 165     OTHER                   7,424           7,424  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              701,725         701,725  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 5

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY
      PERSONNEL COSTS:
 170     APPREHENSION              825             825  ..............
          OF MILITARY
          DESERTERS
 175     INTEREST ON               209             209  ..............
          UNIFORMED
          SERVICES
          SAVINGS
 180     DEATH                   1,470           1,470  ..............
          GRATUITIES
 185     UNEMPLOYMENT           57,794          57,794  ..............
          BENEFITS
 190     SURVIVOR                  853             853  ..............
          BENEFITS
 195     EDUCATION               1,370           1,370  ..............
          BENEFITS
 200     ADOPTION                  236             236  ..............
          EXPENSES
 205     SPECIAL                 5,433           5,433  ..............
          COMPENSATION
          FOR SEVERELY
          DISABLED
          RETIREES
 210     TRANSPORTATIO           4,391           4,391  ..............
          N SUBSIDY
 215     OTHER                     500             500  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,               73,081          73,081  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 6

 220     LESS                 -336,805        -336,805  ..............
          REIMBURSABLE
          S
         INCREASED PAY  ..............           7,141          +7,141
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
         ONW/OSW        ..............          -1,203          -1,203
          CONOPS
         LEGISLATIVE            -9,300          -9,300  ..............
          PROPOSALS
          NOT ADOPTED
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           23,254,301      23,309,791         +55,490
            ACTIVE
            FORCES,
            NAVY

     ACTIVITY 7:
      RESERVE
      PERSONNEL, NAVY:
         UNIT AND
          INDIVIDUAL
          TRAINING:
  10         PAY GROUP         722,921  ..............        -722,921
              A
              TRAINING
              (15 DAYS
              & DRILLS
               24/48)
  20         PAY GROUP           4,052  ..............          -4,052
              B
              TRAINING
              (BACKFIL
              L FOR
              ACT
              DUTY)
  30         PAY GROUP           2,273  ..............          -2,273
              F
              TRAINING
              (RECRUIT
              S)
  45         DEFENSE           133,994  ..............        -133,994
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          863,240  ..............        -863,240
                UNIT
                AND
                INDIVI
                DUAL
                TRAINI
                NG

         OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          SUPPORT:
  60         MOBILIZAT           6,599  ..............          -6,599
              ION
              TRAINING
  70         SCHOOL             23,013  ..............         -23,013
              TRAINING
  80         SPECIAL            59,797  ..............         -59,797
              TRAINING
  90         ADMINISTR         937,333  ..............        -937,333
              ATION
              AND
              SUPPORT
 100         EDUCATION             865  ..............            -865
              BENEFITS
 110         ROTC--SEN          39,120  ..............         -39,120
              IOR,
              JUNIOR
 120         HEALTH             31,695  ..............         -31,695
              PROFESSI
              ON
              SCHOLARS
              HIP
 125         DEFENSE            66,491  ..............         -66,491
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        1,164,913  ..............      -1,164,913
                OTHER
                TRAINI
                NG AND
                SUPPOR
                T
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        2,028,153  ..............      -2,028,153
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 7
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,       25,282,454      23,309,791      -1,972,663
                MILITA
                RY
                PERSON
                NEL,
                NAVY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: Pay and Allowances of
      Officers:
  40     Increased Imminent Danger Pay                          +2,418
  45     Increased Family Separation Allowance                  +5,447
     Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of
      Enlisted:
  90     Increased Imminent Danger Pay                         +12,550
  90     Special Pays/Selective Reenlistment Bonuses           -10,000
  95     Increased Family Separation Allowance                 +39,137
     Budget Activity 7: Reserve Personnel, Navy:
         Total, Reserve Personnel, Navy Transfer            -2,028,153
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                        +7,141
         ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps                                     -1,203
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                -1,972,663
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $8,501,087,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   9,559,441,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,994,426,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,994,426,000. This is $565,015,000 below the budget estimate. 
This reflects the transfer of Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps 
funding to an individual appropriation account.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF OFFICER:
   5     BASIC PAY             996,480         996,480  ..............
  10     RETIRED PAY           270,031         270,031  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  15     DEFENSE                83,253          83,253  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  25     BASIC                 235,530         235,530  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  30     BASIC                  38,608          38,608  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
  35     INCENTIVE              47,559          47,559  ..............
          PAYS
  40     SPECIAL PAYS            2,598           2,997            +399
  45     ALLOWANCES             21,181          23,053          +1,872
  50     SEPARATION             10,393          10,393  ..............
          PAY
  55     SOCIAL                 75,768          75,768  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,781,401       1,783,672          +2,271
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
  60     BASIC PAY           3,434,846       3,434,846  ..............
  65     RETIRED PAY           929,781         929,781  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  70     DEFENSE               715,607         715,607  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  80     BASIC                 733,024         733,024  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  85     INCENTIVE               8,360           8,360  ..............
          PAYS
  90     SPECIAL PAYS          112,820         114,323          +1,503
  95     ALLOWANCES            162,247         178,202         +15,955
 100     SEPARATION             57,683          57,683  ..............
          PAY
 101     SPECIAL COMP           18,000          18,000  ..............
          FOR COMBAT-
          RELATED
          DISABLED
 105     SOCIAL                262,463         262,463  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            6,434,831       6,452,289         +17,458
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2

     ACTIVITY 4:
      SUBSISTENCE OF
      ENLISTED
      PERSONNEL:
 115     BASIC                 268,450         268,450  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
 120     SUBSISTENCE-          185,762         185,762  ..............
          IN-KIND
 121     FAMILY                    750             750  ..............
          SUBSISTENCE
          SUPPLEMENTAL
          ALLOWANCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              454,962         454,962  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4

     ACTIVITY 5:
      PERMANENT CHANGE
      OF STATION:
 125     ACCESSION              42,555          42,555  ..............
          TRAVEL
 130     TRAINING                8,351           8,351  ..............
          TRAVEL
 135     OPERATIONAL            72,626          72,626  ..............
          TRAVEL
 140     ROTATIONAL            103,070         103,070  ..............
          TRAVEL
 145     SEPARATION             41,799          41,799  ..............
          TRAVEL
 150     TRAVEL OF               2,513           2,513  ..............
          ORGANIZED
          UNITS
 155     NON-TEMPORARY           4,901           4,901  ..............
          STORAGE
 160     TEMPORARY              10,167          10,167  ..............
          LODGING
          EXPENSE
 165     OTHER                   2,268           2,268  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              288,250         288,250  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 5

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY
      PERSONNEL COSTS:
 170     APPREHENSION            1,577           1,577  ..............
          OF MILITARY
          DESERTERS
 175     INTEREST ON                16              16  ..............
          UNIFORMED
          SERVICES
          SAVINGS
 180     DEATH                     984             984  ..............
          GRATUITIES
 185     UNEMPLOYMENT           35,054          35,054  ..............
          BENEFITS
 190     SURVIVOR                1,539           1,539  ..............
          BENEFITS
 195     EDUCATION               2,785           2,785  ..............
          BENEFITS
 200     ADOPTION                   81              81  ..............
          EXPENSES
 205     SPECIAL                   900             900  ..............
          COMPENSATION
          FOR SEVERELY
          DISABLED
          RETIREES
 210     TRANSPORTATIO             952             952  ..............
          N SUBSIDY
 215     OTHER                     615             615  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,               44,503          44,503  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 6

 220     LESS                  -31,950         -31,950  ..............
          REIMBURSABLE
          S
         INCREASED PAY  ..............           3,000          +3,000
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
         ONW/OSW        ..............            -300            -300
          CONOPS
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,            8,971,997       8,994,426         +22,429
            ACTIVE
            FORCES,
            MARINE
            CORPS

     ACTIVITY 7:
      RESERVE
      PERSONNEL,
      MARINE CORPS:
         UNIT AND
          INDIVIDUAL
          TRAINING:
  10         PAY GROUP         180,764  ..............        -180,764
              A
              TRAINING
              (15 DAYS
              & DRILLS
               24/48)
  20         PAY GROUP          17,333  ..............         -17,333
              B
              TRAINING
              (BACKFIL
              L FOR
              ACT
              DUTY)
  30         PAY GROUP          75,213  ..............         -75,213
              F
              TRAINING
              (RECRUIT
              S)
  40         PAY GROUP             183  ..............            -183
              P
              TRAINING
              (PIPELIN
              E
              RECRUITS
              )
  45         DEFENSE            69,282  ..............         -69,282
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL,            342,775  ..............        -342,775
              UNIT AND
              INDIVIDU
              AL
              TRAINING

         OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          SUPPORT:
  60         MOBILIZAT           2,319  ..............          -2,319
              ION
              TRAINING
  70         SCHOOL             10,990  ..............         -10,990
              TRAINING
  80         SPECIAL            33,730  ..............         -33,730
              TRAINING
  90         ADMINISTR         151,919  ..............        -151,919
              ATION
              AND
              SUPPORT
 100         EDUCATION          17,820  ..............         -17,820
              BENEFITS
 110         ROTC--SEN           5,007  ..............          -5,007
              IOR,
              JUNIOR
 125         DEFENSE            10,475  ..............         -10,475
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
 130         OTHER              12,409  ..............         -12,409
              PROGRAMS
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          244,669  ..............        -244,669
                OTHER
                TRAINI
                NG AND
                SUPPOR
                T
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,          587,444  ..............        -587,444
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 7
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        9,559,441       8,994,426        -565,015
                MILITA
                RY
                PERSON
                NEL,
                MARINE
                CORPS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: Pay and Allowances of
      Officers:
  40     Increased Imminent Danger Pay                            +399
  45     Increased Family Separation Allowance                  +1,872
     Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of
      Enlisted:
  90     Increased Imminent Danger Pay                          +2,503
  90     Special Pays/Selective Reenlistment Bonuses            -1,000
  95     Increased Family Separation Allowance                 +15,955
     Budget Activity 7: Reserve Personnel, Marine
      Corps:
         Total, Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps               -587,444
          Transfer
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                        +3,000
         ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps                                       -300
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -565,015
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $21,981,277,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  26,715,990,000
Committee recommendation................................  22,993,072,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$22,993,072,000. This is $3,722,918,000 below the budget 
estimate. This reflects the transfer of Reserve Personnel, Air 
Force and National Guard Personnel, Air Force funding to 
individual appropriation accounts.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF OFFICER:
   5     BASIC PAY           4,015,299       4,015,299  ..............
  10     RETIRED PAY         1,088,146       1,088,146  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  15     DEFENSE               324,881         324,881  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  25     BASIC                 889,301         889,301  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  30     BASIC                 144,656         144,656  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
  35     INCENTIVE             309,672         309,672  ..............
          PAYS
  40     SPECIAL PAYS          217,363         219,191          +1,828
  45     ALLOWANCES             62,369          67,085          +4,716
  50     SEPARATION            103,486         103,486  ..............
          PAY
  55     SOCIAL                306,073         306,073  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            7,461,246       7,467,790          +6,544
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
  60     BASIC PAY           7,348,882       7,348,882  ..............
  65     RETIRED PAY         1,991,547       1,991,547  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  70     DEFENSE             1,317,958       1,317,958  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  80     BASIC               1,898,484       1,898,484  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  85     INCENTIVE              33,086          33,086  ..............
          PAYS
  90     SPECIAL PAYS          382,279         402,276         +19,997
  95     ALLOWANCES            370,087         403,268         +33,181
 101     SPECIAL COMP          122,000         122,000  ..............
          FOR COMBAT-
          RELATED
          DISABLED
 100     SEPARATION             99,543          99,543  ..............
          PAY
 105     SOCIAL                562,190         562,190  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,           14,126,056      14,179,234         +53,178
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF CADETS:
 110     ACADEMY                50,362          50,362  ..............
          CADETS

     ACTIVITY 4:
      SUBSISTENCE OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
         BASIC                 713,180         713,180  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
 120     SUBSISTENCE-          149,061         149,061  ..............
          IN-KIND
 121     FAMILY                  1,215           1,215  ..............
          SUBSISTENCE
          SUPPLEMENTAL
          ALLOWANCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              863,456         863,456  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4

     ACTIVITY 5:
      PERMANENT CHANGE
      OF STATION:
 125     ACCESSION              82,538          82,538  ..............
          TRAVEL
 130     TRAINING               83,524          83,524  ..............
          TRAVEL
 135     OPERATIONAL           163,847         163,847  ..............
          TRAVEL
 140     ROTATIONAL            463,149         463,149  ..............
          TRAVEL
 145     SEPARATION            115,407         115,407  ..............
          TRAVEL
 150     TRAVEL OF               9,192           9,192  ..............
          ORGANIZED
          UNITS
 155     NON-TEMPORARY          25,076          25,076  ..............
          STORAGE
 160     TEMPORARY              35,184          35,184  ..............
          LODGING
          EXPENSE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              977,917         977,917  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 5

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY PERS
      COSTS:
 170     APPREHENSION              100             100  ..............
          OF MILITARY
          DESERTERS
 175     INTEREST ON               595             595  ..............
          UNIFORMED
          SERVICES
          SAVINGS
 180     DEATH                   1,494           1,494  ..............
          GRATUITIES
 185     UNEMPLOYMENT           31,069          31,069  ..............
          BENEFITS
 190     SURVIVOR                3,178           3,178  ..............
          BENEFITS
 195     EDUCATION               4,140           4,140  ..............
          BENEFITS
 200     ADOPTION                  800             800  ..............
          EXPENSES
 205     SPECIAL                 9,400           9,400  ..............
          COMPENSATION
          FOR SEVERELY
          DISABLED
          RETIREES
 210     TRANSPORTATIO          11,030          11,030  ..............
          N SUBSIDY
 215     OTHER                   2,612           2,612  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,               64,418          64,418  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 6

 220     LESS                 -382,451        -382,451  ..............
          REIMBURSABLE
          S
         INCREASED PAY  ..............           7,782          +7,782
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
         ONW/OSW        ..............        -235,436        -235,436
          CONOPS
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           23,161,004      22,993,072        -167,932
            ACTIVE
            FORCES,
            AIR FORCE

     ACTIVITY 7:
      RESERVE
      PERSONNEL, AIR
      FORCE:
         UNIT AND
          INDIVIDUAL
          TRAINING:
  10         PAY GROUP         538,831  ..............        -538,831
              A
              TRAINING
              (15 DAYS
              & DRILLS
               24/48)
  20         PAY GROUP         108,553  ..............        -108,553
              B
              TRAINING
              (BACKFIL
              L FOR
              ACT
              DUTY)
  30         PAY GROUP          23,513  ..............         -23,513
              F
              TRAINING
              (RECRUIT
              S)
  45         PAY GROUP             100  ..............            -100
              P
              TRAINING
  50         DEFENSE           136,841  ..............        -136,841
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          807,838  ..............        -807,838
                UNIT
                AND
                INDIVI
                DUAL
                TRAINI
                NG

         OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          SUPPORT:
  60         MOBILIZAT           1,800  ..............          -1,800
              ION
              TRAINING
  70         SCHOOL             77,959  ..............         -77,959
              TRAINING
  80         SPECIAL           157,925  ..............        -157,925
              TRAINING
  90         ADMINISTR         163,163  ..............        -163,163
              ATION
              AND
              SUPPORT
 100         EDUCATION          10,530  ..............         -10,530
              BENEFITS
 110         ROTC--SEN          77,104  ..............         -77,104
              IOR,
              JUNIOR
 120         HEALTH             28,359  ..............         -28,359
              PROFESSI
              ON
              SCHOLARS
              HIP
 125         DEFENSE             7,210  ..............          -7,210
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          524,050  ..............        -524,050
                OTHER
                TRAINI
                NG AND
                SUPPOR
                T
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        1,331,888  ..............      -1,331,888
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 7

     ACTIVITY 8:
      NATIONAL GUARD
      PERSONNEL, AIR
      FORCE:
         UNIT AND
          INDIVIDUAL
          TRAINING:
  10         PAY GROUP         788,738  ..............        -788,738
              A
              TRAINING
              (15 DAYS
              & DRILLS
              24/48)
  30         PAY GROUP          64,797  ..............         -64,797
              F
              TRAINING
              (RECRUIT
              S)
  40         PAY GROUP           1,208  ..............          -1,208
              P
              TRAINING
              (PIPELIN
              E
              RECRUITS
              )
  45         DEFENSE           178,118  ..............        -178,118
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        1,032,861  ..............      -1,032,861
                UNIT
                AND
                INDIVI
                DUAL
                TRAINI
                NG

         OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          SUPPORT:
  70         SCHOOL            142,196  ..............        -142,196
              TRAINING
  80         SPECIAL            76,243  ..............         -76,243
              TRAINING
  90         ADMINISTR         878,399  ..............        -878,399
              ATION
              AND
              SUPPORT
 100         EDUCATION          40,443  ..............         -40,443
              BENEFITS
 125         DEFENSE            52,956  ..............         -52,956
              HEALTH
              PROGRAM
              ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        1,190,237  ..............      -1,190,237
                OTHER
                TRAINI
                NG AND
                SUPPOR
                T
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        2,223,098  ..............      -2,223,098
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 8
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,       26,715,990      22,993,072      -3,722,918
                MILITA
                RY
                PERSON
                NEL,
                AIR
                FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: Pay and Allowances of
      Officers:
  40     Increased Imminent Danger Pay                          +1,828
  45     Increased Family Separation Allowance                  +4,716
     Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of
      Enlisted:
  90     Increased Imminent Danger Pay                         +19,997
  95     Increased Family Separation Allowance                 +33,181
     Budget Activity 7: Reserve Personnel, Air Force:
         Total, Reserve Personnel, Air Force Transfer       -1,331,888
     Budget Activity 8: National Guard Personnel, Air
      Force:
         Total, National Guard Personnel, Air Force         -2,223,098
          Transfer
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                        +7,782
         ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps                                   -235,436
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                -3,722,918
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $3,374,355,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................               0
Committee recommendation................................   3,584,735,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,584,735,000. This is $3,584,735,000 above the budget 
estimate. This reflects the transfer of Reserve Personnel, Army 
funding from Military Personnel, Army.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1:
  10     PAY GROUP A    ..............       1,142,059      +1,142,059
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  20     PAY GROUP B    ..............          41,615         +41,615
          TRAINING
          (BACKFILL
          FOR ACT
          DUTY)
  30     PAY GROUP F    ..............         168,541        +168,541
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  40     PAY GROUP P    ..............          13,364         +13,364
          TRAINING
          (PIPELINE
          RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE        ..............         353,984        +353,984
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  60     MOBILIZATION   ..............          18,548         +18,548
          TRAINING
  70     SCHOOL         ..............         111,285        +111,285
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL        ..............         157,879        +157,879
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO  ..............       1,286,251      +1,286,251
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION      ..............          47,182         +47,182
          BENEFITS
 110     ROTC--SENIOR,  ..............         116,560        +116,560
          JUNIOR
 120     HEALTH         ..............          29,648         +29,648
          PROFESSION
          SCHOLARSHIP
 125     DEFENSE        ..............          65,087         +65,087
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
 130     OTHER          ..............          34,122         +34,122
          PROGRAMS
         LEGISLATIVE    ..............          -2,500          -2,500
          PROPOSALS
          NOT ADOPTED
         INCREASED PAY  ..............           1,110          +1,110
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
                       =================================================
           TOTAL        ..............       3,584,735      +3,584,735
            RESERVE
            PERSONNEL,
            ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: Reserve Personnel, Army:
         Total, Reserve Personnel, Army Transfer            +3,583,625
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                        +1,110
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                +3,584,735
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,907,552,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................               0
Committee recommendation................................   2,027,945,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,027,945,000. This is $2,027,945,000 above the budget 
estimate. This reflects the transfer of Reserve Personnel, Navy 
funding from Military Personnel, Navy.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1:
  10     PAY GROUP A    ..............         722,921        +722,921
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  20     PAY GROUP B    ..............           4,052          +4,052
          TRAINING
          (BACKFILL
          FOR ACT
          DUTY)
  30     PAY GROUP F    ..............           2,273          +2,273
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE        ..............         133,994        +133,994
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  60     MOBILIZATION   ..............           6,599          +6,599
          TRAINING
  70     SCHOOL         ..............          23,013         +23,013
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL        ..............          59,797         +59,797
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO  ..............         937,333        +937,333
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION      ..............             865            +865
          BENEFITS
 110     ROTC--SENIOR,  ..............          39,120         +39,120
          JUNIOR
 120     HEALTH         ..............          31,695         +31,695
          PROFESSION
          SCHOLARSHIP
 125     DEFENSE        ..............          66,491         +66,491
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
         INCREASED PAY  ..............             618            +618
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
         ONW/OSW        ..............            -826            -826
          CONOPS
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,       ..............       2,027,945      +2,027,945
            RESERVE
            PERSONNEL,
            NAVY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: Reserve Personnel, Navy:
         Total, Reserve Personnel, Navy Transfer            +2,028,153
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                          +618
         ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps                                       -826
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                +2,027,945
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $553,983,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................               0
Committee recommendation................................     587,619,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $587,619,000. 
This is $587,619,000 above the budget estimate. This reflects 
the transfer of Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps funding from 
Military Personnel, Marine Corps.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1:
  10     PAY GROUP A    ..............         180,764        +180,764
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  20     PAY GROUP B    ..............          17,333         +17,333
          TRAINING
          (BACKFILL
          FOR ACT
          DUTY)
  30     PAY GROUP F    ..............          75,213         +75,213
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  40     PAY GROUP P    ..............             183            +183
          TRAINING
          (PIPELINE
          RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE        ..............          69,282         +69,282
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  60     MOBILIZATION   ..............           2,319          +2,319
          TRAINING
  70     SCHOOL         ..............          10,990         +10,990
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL        ..............          33,730         +33,730
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO  ..............         151,919        +151,919
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION      ..............          17,820         +17,820
          BENEFITS
 110     ROTC--SENIOR,  ..............           5,007          +5,007
          JUNIOR
 125     DEFENSE        ..............          10,475         +10,475
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
 130     OTHER          ..............          12,409         +12,409
          PROGRAMS
         INCREASED PAY  ..............             175            +175
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,       ..............         587,619        +587,619
            RESERVE
            PERSONNEL,
            MARINE
            CORPS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: Reserve Personnel, Marine
      Corps:
         Total, Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps               +587,444
          Transfer
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                          +175
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  +587,619
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,236,904,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................               0
Committee recommendation................................   1,332,301,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,332,301,000. This is $1,332,301,000 above the budget 
estimate. This reflects the transfer of Reserve Personnel, Air 
Force funding from Military Personnel, Air Force.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1:
  10     PAY GROUP A    ..............         538,831        +538,831
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  20     PAY GROUP B    ..............         108,553        +108,553
          TRAINING
          (BACKFILL
          FOR ACT
          DUTY)
  30     PAY GROUP F    ..............          23,513         +23,513
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE        ..............             100            +100
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  50     OTHER          ..............         136,841        +136,841
  60     MOBILIZATION   ..............           1,800          +1,800
          TRAINING
  70     SCHOOL         ..............          77,959         +77,959
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL        ..............         157,925        +157,925
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO  ..............         163,163        +163,163
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION      ..............          10,530         +10,530
          BENEFITS
 110     ROTC--SENIOR,  ..............          77,104         +77,104
          JUNIOR
 120     HEALTH         ..............          28,359         +28,359
          PROFESSION
          SCHOLARSHIP
 125     DEFENSE        ..............           7,210          +7,210
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
         INCREASED PAY  ..............             413            +413
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,       ..............       1,332,301      +1,332,301
            RESERVE
            PERSONNEL,
            AIR FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: Reserve Personnel, Air Force:
         Total, Reserve Personnel, Air Force Transfer       +1,331,888
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                          +413
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                +1,332,301
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $5,114,588,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................               0
Committee recommendation................................   5,598,504,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,598,504,000. This is $5,598,504,000 above the budget 
estimate. This reflects the transfer of National Guard 
Personnel, Army funding from Military Personnel, Army.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1:
  10     PAY GROUP A    ..............       1,936,855      +1,936,855
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  30     PAY GROUP F    ..............         237,886        +237,886
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  40     PAY GROUP P    ..............          26,327         +26,327
          TRAINING
          (PIPELINE
          RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE        ..............         605,970        +605,970
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  70     SCHOOL         ..............         225,190        +225,190
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL        ..............         198,365        +198,365
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO  ..............       2,144,281      +2,144,281
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION      ..............         109,636        +109,636
          BENEFITS
 125     DEFENSE        ..............         112,309        +112,309
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
         INCREASED PAY  ..............           1,685          +1,685
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,       ..............       5,598,504      +5,598,504
            NATIONAL
            GUARD
            PERSONNEL,
            ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: National Guard Personnel,
      Army:
         Total, National Guard Personnel, Army              +5,514,319
          Transfer
  90     Full Time Manning for AGRs                            +51,200
  90     Civil Support Team AGRs                               +17,000
  90     Ground-Based Midcourse Missile Defense AGRs           +14,300
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                        +1,685
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                +5,598,504
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Full-Time Manning of Active Guard and Reserve.--The 
Committee recommends $51,200,000 to support the programmed 
fiscal year 2004 Full-Time Support growth for the Army National 
Guard, which was not funded in the budget request. The 
Committee directs the Department to fully fund the authorized 
Active Guard and Reserve end strength in future budget 
requests.
    Additional Active Guard and Reserve [AGR] End Strength.--
The Committee recommends an additional 213 AGRs and $17,000,000 
for the Army National Guard to support 12 additional Civil 
Support Teams as authorized in the Senate passed version of the 
fiscal year 2004 Defense Authorization bill.
    Ground-Based Midcourse Missile Defense Program.--The 
Committee recommends an additional $14,300,000 to support 100 
Active Guard and Reserve end strength required to achieve 
Initial Defensive Operations capability at the Ground-Based 
Midcourse Missile Defense Program by September 30, 2004. The 
end strength to support this mission is included in the budget 
request.

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $2,125,161,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................               0
Committee recommendation................................   2,228,830,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,228,830,000. This is $2,228,830,000 above the budget 
estimate. This reflects the transfer of National Guard 
Personnel, Air Force funding from Military Personnel, Air 
Force.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1:
  10     PAY GROUP A    ..............         788,738        +788,738
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  30     PAY GROUP F    ..............          64,797         +64,797
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  40     PAY GROUP P    ..............           1,208          +1,208
          TRAINING
          (PIPELINE
          RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE        ..............         178,118        +178,118
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  70     SCHOOL         ..............         142,196        +142,196
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL        ..............          76,243         +76,243
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO  ..............         883,399        +883,399
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION      ..............          40,443         +40,443
          BENEFITS
 125     DEFENSE        ..............          52,956         +52,956
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
         INCREASED PAY  ..............             732            +732
          TABLES
          AUTHORIZED
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,       ..............       2,228,830      +2,228,830
            NATIONAL
            GUARD
            PERSONNEL,
            AIR FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Budget Activity 1: National Guard Personnel, Air
      Force:
         Total, National Guard Personnel, Air Force         +2,223,098
          Transfer
  90     Civil Support Team AGRs                                +5,000
     Undistributed:
         Increased Pay Tables Authorized                          +732
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                +2,228,830
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Additional Active Guard and Reserve [AGR] End Strength.--
The Committee recommends an additional 51 AGRs and $5,000,000 
for the Air National Guard to support 12 additional Civil 
Support Teams as authorized in the Senate passed version of the 
fiscal year 2004 Defense Authorization bill.

                                TITLE II

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required 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.
    The President's fiscal year 2004 budget requests a total of 
$116,952,324,000 for operation and maintenance appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends operation and maintenance 
appropriations totaling $115,586,765,000 for fiscal year 2004. 
This is $1,365,559,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended operation and maintenance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2004 are summarized below:

                               SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance:
    Army........................................................      24,958,842      24,922,949         -35,893
    Navy........................................................      28,287,690      28,183,284        -104,406
    Marine Corps................................................       3,406,656       3,418,023         +11,367
    Air Force...................................................      27,793,931      26,698,375      -1,095,556
    Defense-Wide................................................      16,570,847      16,279,006        -291,841
    Army Reserve................................................       1,952,009       1,964,009         +12,000
    Navy Reserve................................................       1,171,921       1,172,921          +1,000
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................         173,952         173,952  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................       2,179,188       2,179,188  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................       4,211,331       4,273,131         +61,800
    Air National Guard..........................................       4,402,646       4,418,616         +15,970
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account................          50,000          10,000         -40,000
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces......................          10,333          10,333  ..............
Environmental Restoration:
    Army........................................................         396,018         396,018  ..............
    Navy........................................................         256,153         256,153  ..............
    Air Force...................................................         384,307         384,307  ..............
    Defense-Wide................................................          24,081          24,081  ..............
    Formerly Used Defense Sites.................................         212,619         312,619        +100,000
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster and Civic Aid...................          59,000          59,000  ..............
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction............................         450,800         450,800  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     116,952,324     115,586,765      -1,365,559
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   Operation and Maintenance Overview

                 SOUTHWEST ASIA CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS

    The fiscal year 2004 budget estimate included funds for a 
number of ongoing contingencies, including operations in 
Southwest Asia, Bosnia, and Kosovo. Southwest Asia 
contingencies include Operations Northern Watch (enforcement of 
the no-fly zone above the 36th parallel in Iraq), Southern 
Watch (actions to counter potential aggression by Iraq and 
enforcement of the no-fly zone below the 32nd parallel in 
Iraq), and Desert Spring (ground operations, training and 
maintenance in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia).
    At the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the Department of 
Defense officially ended Operations Northern Watch, Southern 
Watch, and Desert Spring. Accordingly, the funds for these 
concluded operations are no longer required for the purposes 
requested. The Committee recommends a reduction of 
$1,375,020,000 to the budget estimate, distributed as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                        Account                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel, Army..............................           -74,169
Military Personnel, Navy..............................            -1,203
Military Personnel, Marine Corps......................              -300
Military Personnel, Air Force.........................          -235,436
Reserve Personnel, Navy...............................              -826
Operation and Maintenance, Army.......................          -200,304
Operation and Maintenance, Navy.......................           -75,592
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps...............              -533
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force..................          -707,550
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide...............           -72,511
Defense Health Program................................            -6,596
                                                       -----------------
      Total adjustments...............................        -1,375,020
------------------------------------------------------------------------

               WORKING CAPITAL FUND EXCESS CASH BALANCES

    The Committee has identified excess cash balances in the 
Defense Working Capital Funds, significantly more than the 
requirement to have between 7 to 10 days cash on hand. The 
Committee recommends a reduction of $313,500,000 to the budget 
estimate, distributed as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                        Account                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance, Army.......................          -107,000
Operation and Maintenance, Navy.......................           -92,500
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force..................          -114,000
                                                       -----------------
      Total adjustments...............................          -313,500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                          UNOBLIGATED BALANCES

    The Committee has identified significant and persistent 
under obligation of funds available in the operation and 
maintenance accounts. Working with the General Accounting 
Office, the Committee found that during the 5-year period 
fiscal year 1998 to fiscal year 2002, a total of more than 
$3,100,000,000 was left unobligated in the service's active 
operation and maintenance accounts. On average, this is almost 
$630,000,000 per fiscal year that is not used to fund important 
readiness, maintenance or training activities. Unobligated 
balances are also an issue in the military personnel accounts.
    The Committee recommends a reduction of $94,500,000 to the 
budget estimate, distributed as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                        Account                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance, Army.......................           -21,300
Operation and Maintenance, Navy.......................           -51,500
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps...............            -4,100
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force..................           -17,600
                                                       -----------------
      Total adjustments...............................           -94,500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee wants to identify and implement a solution to 
this problem and end the practice of wasting available fiscal 
resources. To that goal, the Committee directs the Assistant 
Secretaries of the Military Departments (Financial Management & 
Comptroller) to jointly prepare a report to the Committee that 
details the issue of unobligated balances in military personnel 
and operation and maintenance accounts, and proposes a 
comprehensive course of action to reduce the amount of 
unobligated balances in those accounts by two-thirds. This 
report is to be submitted to the Committee before presentation 
of the fiscal year 2005 budget estimate.

                       CIVILIAN PAY OVERSTATEMENT

    The Committee has identified consistent overstatement in 
requirements for civilian pay salaries in the Army and Air 
Force. The Committee recommends a reduction of $25,550,000 to 
the budget estimate, distributed as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                        Account                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance, Army.......................            -9,850
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force..................           -15,700
                                                       -----------------
      Total adjustments...............................           -25,550
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $23,992,082,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  24,958,842,000
Committee recommendation................................  24,922,949,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$24,922,949,000. This is $35,893,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         LAND FORCES:
  10         DIVISIONS       1,506,922       1,516,922         +10,000
  20         CORPS             478,563         478,563  ..............
              COMBAT
              FORCES
  30         CORPS             383,755         383,755  ..............
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
  40         ECHELON           467,026         467,026  ..............
              ABOVE
              CORPS
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
  50         LAND            1,078,757       1,113,757         +35,000
              FORCES
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
         LAND FORCES
          READINESS:
  60         FORCE           1,568,900       1,568,900  ..............
              READINES
              S
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
  70         LAND              488,918         488,918  ..............
              FORCES
              SYSTEMS
              READINES
              S
  80         LAND            1,007,481       1,007,481  ..............
              FORCES
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
         LAND FORCES
          READINESS
          SUPPORT:
  90         BASE            2,651,539  ..............      -2,651,539
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
 100         FAC             1,094,309  ..............      -1,094,309
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MOD (OP
              FORCES)
 110         MANAGEMEN         243,033         260,180         +17,147
              T &
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              HEADQUAR
              TERS
 120         UNIFIED            85,115          85,115  ..............
              COMMANDS
 130         MISCELLAN       1,562,793       1,527,757         -35,036
              EOUS
              ACTIVITI
              ES
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,       12,617,111       8,898,374      -3,718,737
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      2: MOBILIZATION:
         MOBILITY
          OPERATIONS:
 140         STRATEGIC         378,432         382,432          +4,000
              MOBILIZA
              TION
 150         ARMY              145,728         145,728  ..............
              PREPOSIT
              IONED
              STOCKS
 160         INDUSTRIA           7,753           7,753  ..............
              L
              PREPARED
              NESS
 170         FAC                 6,933  ..............          -6,933
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MOD (OP
              FORCES)
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL         538,846         535,913          -2,933
                  ,
                  BUDG
                  ET
                  ACTI
                  VITY
                  2

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
         ACCESSION
          TRAINING:
 180         OFFICER            89,853          89,853  ..............
              ACQUISIT
              ION
 190         RECRUIT            22,977          22,977  ..............
              TRAINING
 200         ONE                39,106          39,106  ..............
              STATION
              UNIT
              TRAINING
 210         SENIOR            214,264         216,264          +2,000
              RESERVE
              OFFICERS
              '
              TRAINING
              CORPS
 220         BASE               80,110  ..............         -80,110
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
              (ACCESSI
              ON
              TRAINING
              )
 230         FAC                61,096  ..............         -61,096
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MOD (OP
              FORCES)
         BASIC SKILL/
          ADVANCE
          TRAINING:
 240         SPECIALIZ         306,272         308,272          +2,000
              ED SKILL
              TRAINING
 250         FLIGHT            499,040         504,040          +5,000
              TRAINING
 260         PROFESSIO         142,038         142,038  ..............
              NAL
              DEVELOPM
              ENT
              EDUCATIO
              N
 270         TRAINING          478,903         485,403          +6,500
              SUPPORT
 280         BASE              819,604  ..............        -819,604
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
              (BASIC
              SKILL/
              ADV
              TRAINING
              )
 290         FAC               392,550  ..............        -392,550
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MOD (OP
              FORCES)
         RECRUITING/
          OTHER
          TRAINING:
 300         RECRUITIN         468,035         468,035  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
 310         EXAMINING          83,269          83,269  ..............
 320         OFF-DUTY          226,011         227,011          +1,000
              AND
              VOLUNTAR
              Y
              EDUCATIO
              N
 330         CIVILIAN           92,536          92,536  ..............
              EDUCATIO
              N AND
              TRAINING
 340         JUNIOR            129,978         129,978  ..............
              RESERVE
              OFFICERS
              '
              TRAINING
              CORPS
 350         BASE              238,993  ..............        -238,993
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
              (RECRUIT/
              OTHER
              TRAINING
              )
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL       4,384,635       2,808,782      -1,575,853
                  ,
                  BUDG
                  ET
                  ACTI
                  VITY
                  3

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         SECURITY
          PROGRAMS:
 360         SECURITY          591,622         606,622         +15,000
              PROGRAMS
         LOGISTICS
          OPERATIONS:
 370         SERVICEWI         661,551         661,551  ..............
              DE
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
 380         CENTRAL           491,835         491,835  ..............
              SUPPLY
              ACTIVITI
              ES
 390         LOGISTICS       1,058,760       1,077,760         +19,000
              SUPPORT
              ACTIVITI
              ES
 400         AMMUNITIO         330,129         330,129  ..............
              N
              MANAGEME
              NT
         SERVICEWIDE
          SUPPORT:
 410         ADMINISTR         664,135         664,135  ..............
              ATION
 420         SERVICEWI         623,102         623,102  ..............
              DE
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
 430         MANPOWER          210,202         210,202  ..............
              MANAGEME
              NT
 440         OTHER             198,716         202,716          +4,000
              PERSONNE
              L
              SUPPORT
 450         OTHER             707,558         747,508         +39,950
              SERVICE
              SUPPORT
 460         ARMY              116,691         116,691  ..............
              CLAIMS
 470         REAL               50,173          50,173  ..............
              ESTATE
              MANAGEME
              NT
 480         BASE            1,194,134  ..............      -1,194,134
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
              (SERVICE
              WIDE
              SUPPORT)
 490         FAC               260,288  ..............        -260,288
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MOD (OP
              FORCES)
         SUPPORT OF
          OTHER
          NATIONS:
 500         INTERNATI         207,125         207,125  ..............
              ONAL
              MILITARY
              HEADQUAR
              TERS
 510         MISC.              58,729          58,729  ..............
              SUPPORT
              OF OTHER
              NATIONS
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        7,424,750       6,048,278      -1,376,472
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      5: BOS & FSRM:
 520     BASE           ..............       4,984,380      +4,984,380
          OPERATIONS
          SUPPORT
 530     FACILITIES     ..............       1,815,176      +1,815,176
          SUSTAINMENT,
          RESTORATION
          AND
          MODERNIZATIO
          N
                       -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL,     ..............       6,799,556      +6,799,556
              BUDGET
              ACTIVITY
              5

 990 ONW/OSW/ODS        ..............        -200,304        -200,304
      CONOPS
 991 WCF EXCESS CASH    ..............        -107,000        -107,000
      BALANCES
 992 CLASSIFIED         ..............         177,000        +177,000
      PROJECT
 993 UNOBLIGATED        ..............         -21,300         -21,300
      BALANCES
     UNDISTRIBUTED              -6,500  ..............          +6,500
      REDUCTION
     LEGISLATIVE        ..............          -6,500          -6,500
      PROPOSAL NOT
      ADOPTED
 995 CIVILIAN PAY       ..............          -9,850          -9,850
      OVERSTATEMENT
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           24,958,842      24,922,949         -35,893
            OPERATION
            AND
            MAINTENANC
            E, ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Clear Water Rinse Facility                                 +2,000
  10 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System [ECWCS]              +5,000
  10 Fort Riley readiness                                       +3,000
  50 SBCT implementation                                       +35,000
  90 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                      -2,651,539
 100 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                      -1,094,309
 110 Deployable C4ISR                                           +1,000
 110 Network & IT infrastructure capabilities                   +9,323
 110 PACMERS                                                    +6,824
 130 Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command [JPAC] (transfer         -33,036
      to OMN)
 130 Northern Edge realignment of funds (transfer to            -2,000
      OMN)
 140 Quadrangle containers                                      +4,000
 170 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                          -6,933
 210 Air Battle Captain Program                                 +2,000
 220 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                         -80,110
 230 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                         -61,096
 240 Satellite Communications for Learning [SCOLA]              +2,000
      language training
 250 Army Aviation Transformation Training Initiatives          +5,000
      (Flight School XXI)
 270 Fort Knox U of L Distance Learning Partnership             +2,500
 270 Fort Knox University of Mounted Warfare Classroom          +1,000
      Automation
 270 Online Technology Training Pilot Program in                +3,000
      USARAK
 280 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                        -819,604
 290 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                        -392,550
 320 Shakespeare in American Military Communities               +1,000
 350 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                        -238,993
 360 Classified                                                +15,000
 390 Corrosion Prevention and Control Program                   +8,000
 390 Field Pack-Up [FPU] System                                 +3,000
 390 Skidsteer Loaders                                          +8,000
 440 Servicemembers Benefit Analysis Online                     +4,000
      (SMBAOnline)
 450 Army Conservation & Ecosystem Management                   +3,500
 450 Centralized Range Residue Recycling Facility               +1,500
      [CRRRF]
 450 Fort Wainwright CHPP renovation                           +22,000
 450 Fort Wainwright utilidor repairs                          +10,000
 450 Rock Island Arsenal Bridge repairs                         +2,450
 450 Tanana Flats Training Area Cleanup Program                   +500
 480 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                      -1,194,134
 490 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                        -260,288
 520 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                      +4,984,380
 530 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                      +1,815,176
 990 ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps                                       -200,304
 991 WCF excess cash balances                                 -107,000
 992 Classified project                                       +177,000
 993 Unobligated balances                                      -21,300
 995 Civilian pay overstatement                                 -9,850
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -35,893
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Realignment of Base Operations Support [BOS] and Facilities 
Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization [FSRM] Resources.--
The Committee notes that on October 1, 2002 the Army 
established the Installation Management Agency [IMA] to provide 
a corporate structure focused on installation management. 
According to the Army, IMA's mission is ``to provide equitable, 
effective and efficient management of Army installations 
worldwide'' as a key component of Army transformation. This 
represents a significant change in the way the Army resources, 
manages and operates its worldwide facilities. Starting in 
fiscal year 2004, IMA will be the single claimant and advocate 
for Army BOS and FSRM resources, a role that was previously 
performed by the Army's Major Commands.
    The Army acknowledges that years of underfunding 
installations has, in the Army's words, ``taken a toll.'' Among 
the Army's stated goals in establishing IMA are achieving 
regional efficiencies, providing consistent and equitable 
services, and eliminating the migration of installation support 
dollars to operations tempo or readiness requirements.
    To support the goal of eliminating the migration of 
resources budgeted for installations support, the Committee 
recommends realigning $6,799,556,000 of Army BOS and FSRM 
resources into a new budget activity, as detailed in the table 
above.
    Before this realignment, the Army's BOS and FSRM funding 
was distributed throughout the budget estimate in ten different 
lines. The Committee's recommended realignment of funding will 
allow for more careful management of installation resources and 
better oversight.
    Servicemembers Benefit Analysis Online (SMBAOnline).--The 
Committee is aware of the difficulty servicemembers experience 
in fully understanding and integrating the numerous benefits 
available to them and their families. The need to assimilate 
this comprehensive information is key in deployment 
preparations, making reenlistment decisions, performing 
financial planning and at many other critical career decision 
points. In addition, survivor's assistance personnel need 
accurate and timely information to assist the families of 
deceased service members promptly.
    The Committee is aware of a unique automated system that 
provides a personalized, integrated projection of the stream of 
government survivor benefits, and that includes future changes 
to the entitlement amounts through the family's lifetime. This 
system has been in operation for a number of years, and has 
been used very successfully in many emergencies, including 
after the 9/11 attacks.
    The Committee recommends $4,000,000 for a pilot program to 
implement and evaluate this unique benefits analysis system. 
The Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Force 
Management Policy) to report on the implementation and benefits 
of this pilot program, and submit this report to the 
congressional defense committees before presentation of the 
fiscal year 2005 budget estimate.
    Tanana Flats Training Area Cleanup Program.--The Committee 
is aware that the Army has made significant progress in 
removing unauthorized structures from the Tanana Flats Training 
Area. The Committee endorses a program to designate several of 
the remaining structures to be used as emergency shelters. 
These shelters would be administered by the Bureau of Land 
Management consistent with their overall land management plan. 
The Committee recommends $500,000 to modify these designated 
structures in order to achieve compliance with Federal and 
State laws.
    DOD Biometrics Program.--The Committee urges the DOD 
Biometrics Program to offer assistance to and coordinate its 
efforts with the Department of Homeland Security and other 
Federal agencies. The Committee encourages the Department of 
Homeland Security to establish a biometrics office to 
coordinate their biometrics efforts and to interface with the 
DOD Biometrics Program. Further, the Committee directs that of 
the $7,003,000 requested in the budget for the DOD Biometrics 
Program, $500,000 shall be made available for project 
management services.
    Pohakuloa Training Area.--The Committee believes that 
adequate training areas are critical to the combat readiness of 
military forces. The purchase of up to 23,000 acres of land 
adjacent to the Pohakuloa Training Area will expand the 
available maneuver training space to meet the increased demand 
of the current and projected forces which use that facility. 
For this reason, the Committee urges the Department of the Army 
to purchase the land necessary for this additional maneuver 
space.
    Former Lowry Bombing and Gunnery Range.--The Committee is 
aware of the environmental cleanup required at the former Lowry 
Bombing and Gunnery Range, and recognizes the importance of 
completing the cleanup and containment to protect the health 
and safety of those who use the public reservoir, attend the 
public schools, and plan to reside in the area. The Committee 
encourages the Army to continue to recognize important private 
efforts being undertaken at the site, and urges both the Army 
and the Army Corps of Engineers to provide sufficient resources 
for the rapid cleanup of the site.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $29,331,526,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  28,287,690,000
Committee recommendation................................  28,183,284,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$28,183,284,000. This is $104,406,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         AIR
          OPERATIONS:
  10         MISSION         3,262,507       3,262,507  ..............
              AND
              OTHER
              FLIGHT
              OPERATIO
              NS
  20         FLEET AIR       1,025,326       1,025,326  ..............
              TRAINING
  30         INTERMEDI          73,961          73,961  ..............
              ATE
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  40         AIR               105,559         105,559  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS AND
              SAFETY
              SUPPORT
  50         AIRCRAFT          980,136         980,136  ..............
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  60         AIRCRAFT           50,725          50,725  ..............
              DEPOT
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
         SHIP
          OPERATIONS:
  70         MISSION         2,485,605       2,490,605          +5,000
              AND
              OTHER
              SHIP
              OPERATIO
              NS
  80         SHIP              614,525         614,525  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              SUPPORT
              AND
              TRAINING
 100         SHIP            3,567,545       3,567,545  ..............
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 110         SHIP            1,087,587       1,099,587         +12,000
              DEPOT
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
         COMBAT
          OPERATIONS/
          SUPPORT:
 120         COMBAT            377,493         380,493          +3,000
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
 130         ELECTRONI          15,574          15,574  ..............
              C
              WARFARE
 140         SPACE             125,107         125,107  ..............
              SYSTEMS
              &
              SURVEILL
              ANCE
 150         WARFARE           235,237         238,037          +2,800
              TACTICS
 160         OPERATION         257,475         257,475  ..............
              AL
              METEOROL
              OGY &
              OCEANOGR
              APHY
 170         COMBAT            892,241         897,241          +5,000
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
 180         EQUIPMENT         166,033         166,033  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 190         DEPOT               2,733           2,733  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
         WEAPONS
          SUPPORT:
 200         CRUISE            151,456         151,456  ..............
              MISSILE
 210         FLEET             806,058         806,058  ..............
              BALLISTI
              C
              MISSILE
 220         IN-                44,092          44,092  ..............
              SERVICE
              WEAPONS
              SYSTEMS
              SUPPORT
 230         WEAPONS           466,425         478,425         +12,000
              MAINTENA
              NCE
         WORKING
          CAPITAL FUND
          SUPPORT:
 240         NWCF             -447,755        -447,755  ..............
              SUPPORT
         BASE SUPPORT:
 250         FACILITIE       1,079,723  ..............      -1,079,723
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 260         BASE            2,609,334  ..............      -2,609,334
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,       20,034,702      16,385,445      -3,649,257
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      2: MOBILIZATION:
         READY RESERVE
          AND
          PREPOSITIONI
          NG FORCES:
 270         SHIP              506,690         506,690  ..............
              PREPOSIT
              IONING
              AND
              SURGE
         ACTIVATIONS/
          INACTIVATION
          S:
 280         AIRCRAFT            8,217           8,217  ..............
              ACTIVATI
              ONS/
              INACTIVA
              TIONS
 290         SHIP              167,127         177,127         +10,000
              ACTIVATI
              ONS/
              INACTIVA
              TIONS
         MOBILIZATION
          PREPAREDNESS
          :
 300         FLEET              25,361          25,361  ..............
              HOSPITAL
              PROGRAM
 310         INDUSTRIA           1,702           1,702  ..............
              L
              READINES
              S
 320         COAST              18,137          18,137  ..............
              GUARD
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          727,234         737,234         +10,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 2

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
         ACCESSION
          TRAINING:
 330         OFFICER           116,022         116,022  ..............
              ACQUISIT
              ION
 340         RECRUIT             8,693           8,693  ..............
              TRAINING
 350         RESERVE            91,788          91,788  ..............
              OFFICERS
              TRAINING
              CORPS
         BASIC SKILLS
          AND ADVANCED
          TRAINING:
 360         SPECIALIZ         363,006         363,006  ..............
              ED SKILL
              TRAINING
 370         FLIGHT            441,982         441,982  ..............
              TRAINING
 380         PROFESSIO         113,134         113,134  ..............
              NAL
              DEVELOPM
              ENT
              EDUCATIO
              N
 390         TRAINING          300,843         300,843  ..............
              SUPPORT
         RECRUITING,
          AND OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          EDUCATION:
 400         RECRUITIN         251,507         252,507          +1,000
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
 410         OFF-DUTY           98,885          98,885  ..............
              AND
              VOLUNTAR
              Y
              EDUCATIO
              N
 420         CIVILIAN           70,628          70,628  ..............
              EDUCATIO
              N AND
              TRAINING
 430         JUNIOR             40,333          42,333          +2,000
              ROTC
         BASE SUPPORT:
 440         FACILITIE         201,993  ..............        -201,993
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 450         BASE              373,377  ..............        -373,377
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        2,472,191       1,899,821        -572,370
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 3

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         SERVICEWIDE
          SUPPORT:
 460         ADMINISTR         698,422         698,422  ..............
              ATION
 470         EXTERNAL            4,026           4,026  ..............
              RELATION
              S
 480         CIVILIAN          104,963         104,963  ..............
              MANPOWER
              &
              PERSONNE
              L MGT
 490         MILITARY          221,170         221,170  ..............
              MANPOWER
              &
              PERSONNE
              L MGT
 500         OTHER             212,060         245,096         +33,036
              PERSONNE
              L
              SUPPORT
 510         SERVICEWI         632,682         647,182         +14,500
              DE
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
         LOGISTICS
          OPERATIONS
          AND
          TECHNICAL
          SUPPORT:
 530         SERVICEWI         193,045         193,045  ..............
              DE
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
 550         PLANNING,         301,365         301,365  ..............
              ENGINEER
              ING &
              DESIGN
 560         ACQUISITI         905,432         905,432  ..............
              ON AND
              PROGRAM
              MANAGEME
              NT
 570         AIR               447,639         447,639  ..............
              SYSTEMS
              SUPPORT
 580         HULL,              62,927          64,427          +1,500
              MECHANIC
              AL &
              ELECTRIC
              AL
              SUPPORT
 590         COMBAT/            40,093          40,093  ..............
              WEAPONS
              SYSTEMS
 600         SPACE &            66,236          66,236  ..............
              ELECTRON
              IC
              WARFARE
              SYSTEMS
         SECURITY
          PROGRAMS:
 610         SECURITY          801,509         814,859         +13,350
              PROGRAMS
         SUPPORT OF
          OTHER
          NATIONS:
 620         INTERNATI          10,542          10,542  ..............
              ONAL
              HDQTRS &
              AGENCIES
         BASE SUPPORT:
 630         FACILITIE          98,108  ..............         -98,108
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 640         BASE              253,344  ..............        -253,344
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        5,053,563       4,764,497        -289,066
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      5: BOS & FSRM:
 650     BASE           ..............       3,236,055      +3,236,055
          OPERATIONS
          SUPPORT
 660     FACILITIES     ..............       1,379,824      +1,379,824
          SUSTAINMENT,
          RESTORATION
          AND
          MODERNIZATIO
          N
                       -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL,     ..............       4,615,879      +4,615,879
              BUDGET
              ACTIVITY
              5

 990 ONW/OSW/ODS        ..............         -75,592         -75,592
      CONOPS
 991 WCF EXCESS CASH    ..............         -92,500         -92,500
      BALANCES
 993 UNOBLIGATED        ..............         -51,500         -51,500
      BALANCES
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           28,287,690      28,183,284        -104,406
            OPERATION
            AND
            MAINTENANC
            E, NAVY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  70 Photonic Sensor Marine Gas Turbine Engine                  +5,000
      Conditioned Based Maintenance
 110 Naval Shipyard Apprenticeship Program                      +2,000
 110 PHNSY support                                             +10,000
 120 Manufacturing Technical Assistance and Production          +3,000
      Program [MTAPP]
 150 Northern Edge realignment of funds (transfer from          +2,800
      OMA, OMAF)
 170 Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and           +5,000
      Humanitarian Assistance
 230 Mk-45 5 Gun Depot Overhauls                               +12,000
 250 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                      -1,079,723
 260 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                      -2,609,334
 290 Ship Disposal Program                                     +10,000
 400 Virtual Learning Recruitment/Retention Screening           +1,000
      Test Program
 430 Naval Sea Cadet Corps                                      +2,000
 440 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                        -201,993
 450 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                        -373,377
 500 Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command [JPAC] (transfer         +33,036
      from OMA)
 510 Configuration Management Information Systems               +8,000
      Program [CMIS]
 510 Navy Critical Infrastructure Protection                    +2,500
 510 SPAWAR Information Technology Center                       +4,000
 580 Flame Contaminant Detection System [FCDS]                  +1,500
 610 Classified                                                +13,350
 630 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                         -98,108
 640 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                        -253,344
 650 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                      +3,236,055
 660 Realign BOS/FSRM resources to BA5                      +1,379,824
 990 ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps                                        -75,592
 991 WCF excess cash balances                                  -92,500
 993 Unobligated balances                                      -51,500
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -104,406
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Realignment of Base Operations Support [BOS] and Facilities 
Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization [FSRM] Resources.--
The Committee notes that in October, 2003 the Navy will 
establish Commander, Navy Installations Command [NIC] to 
provide a single responsible office and advocate for shore 
installation management. According to the Navy, NIC's mission 
is ``to provide unified procedures, standards and practices for 
efficient management of installation support.'' This represents 
a significant change in the way the Navy resources, manages and 
operates its worldwide facilities. Starting in fiscal year 
2004, NIC will be the single claimant and advocate for Navy BOS 
and FSRM resources, a role that was previously performed by the 
Navy's major claimants and commands.
    Among the Navy's stated goals in establishing NIC are 
achieving savings in personnel, facilities, and operational 
costs, eliminating redundant headquarters management functions 
and costs, and simplifying budgeting and funding processes. 
Implicit in these goals is eliminating the migration of 
installation support dollars to operations tempo or readiness 
requirements.
    To support the goal of eliminating the migration of 
resources budgeted for installations support, the Committee 
recommends realigning $4,615,879,000 of Navy BOS and FSRM 
resources into a new budget activity, as detailed in the table 
above.
    Before this realignment, the Navy's BOS and FSRM funding 
was distributed throughout the budget estimate in six different 
lines. The Committee's recommended realignment of funding will 
allow for more careful management of installation resources and 
better oversight.
    Naval Shipyard Apprentice Program.--The Committee has 
included $28,880,000 for the Naval Shipyard Apprentice Program, 
and directs that during fiscal year 2004 the Navy shall induct 
classes of no fewer than 125 apprentices at each of the naval 
shipyards. Further, the Committee directs the Department of the 
Navy to include the costs of the fiscal year 2005 class of 
apprentices in the fiscal year 2005 budget estimate.
    Northern Edge Realignment of Funds.--The Alaskan range 
complex and training environment provide DOD with a unique 
opportunity to conduct joint exercises in both high intensity 
conflict and homeland security scenarios. In recognition of 
these unique capabilities and to best support the diverse 
training required by the Unified Command Plan, the Committee 
directs that CJCS Exercise Northern Edge continue on an annual 
basis. Proponency for this exercise will alternate between 
USPACOM and USNORTHCOM on successive years, with planning and 
execution managed continuously by HQ ALCOM. On alternating 
years, USPACOM and USNORTHCOM will provide CJCS Exercise 
Strategic Lift funding support from their respective accounts.
    In support of these objectives and to execute Exercise 
Northern Edge 2004, the Committee recommends a realignment of 
funds from O&M;, Army ($2,000,000) and O&M;, Air Force ($800,000) 
to O&M;, Navy ($2,800,000). After this realignment, a total of 
$4,700,000 is available in O&M;, Navy to support Exercise 
Northern Edge. For fiscal year 2005 and subsequent years, the 
Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide funds in 
a similar fashion.
    Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command.--The Committee recommends 
a realignment of $33,036,000 from O&M;, Army to O&M;, Navy to 
support the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command [JPAC]. This 
reflects and supports the October 1, 2003 consolidation of the 
Army's Central Identification Laboratory, Hawaii [CIL-HI] and 
Joint Task Force Full Accounting [JTF-FA] into a single, joint 
organization under the U.S. Pacific Command. The Committee 
fully supports the critical and honorable work of the Joint 
POW/MIA Accounting Command.
    Sullivan Brothers Museum.--The Committee recognizes the 
important contribution the Sullivan Brothers Museum and 
Research Center would make to military history and public 
education. The Committee requests the Secretary of the Navy 
extend all possible assistance to the Grout Museum in building 
the museum, collecting artifacts, and developing exhibits on 
the Sullivan Brothers and the World War II U.S. Navy.
    Security Standards for Life Raft Service and Maintenance.--
The Committee is concerned that the lack of adequate security 
practices during the service and maintenance of life rafts 
aboard Navy vessels could present security risks. Current 
procedures allow non-military personnel, without any security 
background clearances, to board a vessel several times when 
servicing life rafts. Additionally, the time required to 
remove, transport, service, and return the life rafts to a 
vessel could adversely impact a ship's readiness. The Committee 
directs the Secretary of the Navy to submit a report on the 
cost, force protection, and readiness issues associated with 
the service and maintenance of life rafts on Navy vessels. The 
report should include consideration of establishing a life raft 
change-out program, similar to those used by major commercial 
shipping lines. The report should also consider requiring life 
raft service and maintenance facilities to file security plans 
and conduct employee background checks. This report is to be 
submitted to the congressional defense committees before 
presentation of the fiscal year 2005 budget estimate.
    V-22 Osprey Tilt-Rotor Pilot Training.--The Committee is 
aware of the Department of Defense's recently completed and 
favorable review of the V-22 Osprey program. Preparing future 
V-22 pilots for the unique challenges of tilt-rotor flight is 
an essential component of a successful V-22 program. The 
Committee recognizes the importance of providing student pilots 
with realistic flight training to safely and effectively 
operate this new aircraft, to include undergraduate and 
advanced pilot training in the same type/model/series aircraft 
that pilots will operate in the fleet.
    The Committee understands that the Department of the Navy 
has completed a study addressing tilt-rotor pilot training 
requirements, and believes that implementing this study's 
findings will ensure the quality and safety of training, reduce 
overall costs, and provide satisfactory pilot throughput. To 
enhance savings, the program should be conducted at an existing 
unencumbered Naval training site in a central, strategic 
location with regard to operations tempo, un-encroached 
airfields, available outlying airfields, and sufficient family 
and personnel housing.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of the Navy to submit a 
tilt-rotor pilot training roadmap that implements the study's 
findings. This report is to be submitted to the congressional 
defense committees before presentation of the fiscal year 2005 
budget estimate.

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $3,585,759,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   3,406,656,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,418,023,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,418,023,000. This is $11,367,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         EXPEDITIONARY
          FORCES:
  10         OPERATION         588,653         597,653          +9,000
              AL
              FORCES
  20         FIELD             320,108         327,108          +7,000
              LOGISTIC
              S
  30         DEPOT             101,439         101,439  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  40         BASE              912,934         912,934  ..............
              SUPPORT
  50         FACILITIE         498,007         498,007  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
         USMC
          PREPOSITIONI
          NG:
  60         MARITIME           76,996          76,996  ..............
              PREPOSIT
              IONING
  70         NORWAY              4,035           4,035  ..............
              PREPOSIT
              IONING
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        2,502,172       2,518,172         +16,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
         ACCESSION
          TRAINING:
  80         RECRUIT            10,242          10,242  ..............
              TRAINING
  90         OFFICER               348             348  ..............
              ACQUISIT
              ION
         BASIC SKILLS
          AND ADVANCED
          TRAINING:
 120         SPECIALIZ          41,514          41,514  ..............
              ED
              SKILLS
              TRAINING
 130         FLIGHT                171             171  ..............
              TRAINING
 140         PROFESSIO           8,863           8,863  ..............
              NAL
              DEVELOPM
              ENT
              EDUCATIO
              N
 150         TRAINING          123,007         123,007  ..............
              SUPPORT
         RECRUITING
          AND OTHER
          TRAINING
          EDUCATION:
 180         RECRUITIN         115,167         115,167  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
 190         OFF-DUTY           35,606          35,606  ..............
              AND
              VOLUNTAR
              Y
              EDUCATIO
              N
 200         JUNIOR             13,200          13,200  ..............
              ROTC
 210         BASE              151,071         151,071  ..............
              SUPPORT
 220         FACILITIE          78,073          78,073  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL         577,262         577,262  ..............
                  ,
                  BUDG
                  ET
                  ACTI
                  VITY
                  3

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         SERVICEWIDE
          SUPPORT:
 230         SPECIAL           229,485         229,485  ..............
              SUPPORT
 240         SERVICEWI          35,733          35,733  ..............
              DE
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
 250         ADMINISTR          39,377          39,377  ..............
              ATION
 260         BASE               18,991          18,991  ..............
              SUPPORT
 270         FACILITIE           3,636           3,636  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL         327,222         327,222  ..............
                  ,
                  BUDG
                  ET
                  ACTI
                  VITY
                  4

 990 ONW/OSW/ODS        ..............            -533            -533
      CONOPS
 993 UNOBLIGATED        ..............          -4,100          -4,100
      BALANCES
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,            3,406,656       3,418,023         +11,367
            OPERATION
            AND
            MAINTENANC
            E, MARINE
            CORPS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 All Purpose Environmental Clothing System [APECS]          +5,000
  10 Chem Bio Incident Response Force [CBIRF]                   +2,000
  10 Mountain/Cold Weather Clothing and Equipment               +2,000
      Program [MCWCEP]
  20 Corrosion Prevention and Control Program                   +5,000
  20 Lightweight Maintenance Enclosure                          +2,000
 990 ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps                                           -533
 993 Unobligated balances                                       -4,100
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   +11,367
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $27,339,533,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  27,793,931,000
Committee recommendation................................  26,698,375,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$26,698,375,000. This is $1,095,556,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         AIR
          OPERATIONS:
  10         PRIMARY         3,496,496       3,532,396         +35,900
              COMBAT
              FORCES
  20         PRIMARY           331,972         331,972  ..............
              COMBAT
              WEAPONS
  30         COMBAT            332,062         332,062  ..............
              ENHANCEM
              ENT
              FORCES
  40         AIR             1,243,900       1,243,900  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS
              TRAINING
  50         DEPOT           1,817,063       1,817,063  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  60         COMBAT          1,350,589       1,351,789          +1,200
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
  70         BASE            2,260,913       2,260,913  ..............
              SUPPORT
  80         FACILITIE         936,519         936,519  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
         COMBAT
          RELATED
          OPERATIONS:
  90         GLOBAL            976,608         977,608          +1,000
              C3I AND
              EARLY
              WARNING
 100         NAVIGATIO         187,202         190,202          +3,000
              N/
              WEATHER
              SUPPORT
 110         OTHER             597,331         597,331  ..............
              COMBAT
              OPS
              SUPPORT
              PROGRAMS
 120         JCS                35,543          34,743            -800
              EXERCISE
              S
 130         MANAGEMEN         213,088         215,088          +2,000
              T/
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              HEADQUAR
              TERS
 140         TACTICAL          223,946         223,946  ..............
              INTEL
              AND
              OTHER
              SPECIAL
              ACTIVITI
              ES
         SPACE
          OPERATIONS:
 150         LAUNCH            321,829         321,829  ..............
              FACILITI
              ES
 160         LAUNCH             67,232          67,232  ..............
              VEHICLES
 170         SPACE             242,294         242,294  ..............
              CONTROL
              SYSTEMS
 180         SATELLITE          57,046          57,046  ..............
              SYSTEMS
 190         OTHER             243,778         243,778  ..............
              SPACE
              OPERATIO
              NS
 200         BASE              566,936         566,936  ..............
              SUPPORT
 210         FACILITIE         148,408         148,408  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL      15,650,755      15,693,055         +42,300
                  ,
                  BUDG
                  ET
                  ACTI
                  VITY
                  1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      2: MOBILIZATION:
         MOBILITY
          OPERATIONS:
 220         AIRLIFT         2,167,958       1,967,958        -200,000
              OPERATIO
              NS
 230         AIRLIFT            36,758          36,758  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS C3I
 240         MOBILIZAT         172,134         172,134  ..............
              ION
              PREPARED
              NESS
 250         DEPOT             361,521         361,521  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 260         PAYMENTS   ..............        -110,006        -110,006
              TO
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
              BUSINESS
              AREA
 270         BASE              514,123         514,123  ..............
              SUPPORT
 280         FACILITIE         200,836         200,836  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL       3,453,330       3,143,324        -310,006
                  ,
                  BUDG
                  ET
                  ACTI
                  VITY
                  2

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
         ACCESSION
          TRAINING:
 290         OFFICER            67,763          67,763  ..............
              ACQUISIT
              ION
 300         RECRUIT             6,112           6,112  ..............
              TRAINING
 310         RESERVE            82,586          82,586  ..............
              OFFICER
              TRAINING
              CORPS
              (ROTC)
 320         BASE               68,682          68,682  ..............
              SUPPORT
              (ACADEMI
              ES ONLY)
 330         FAC                75,337          75,337  ..............
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MOD (OP
              FORCES)
         BASIC SKILLS
          AND ADVANCED
          TRAINING:
 340         SPECIALIZ         324,067         324,067  ..............
              ED SKILL
              TRAINING
 350         FLIGHT            675,173         675,173  ..............
              TRAINING
 360         PROFESSIO         154,978         155,978          +1,000
              NAL
              DEVELOPM
              ENT
              EDUCATIO
              N
 370         TRAINING           92,652          96,652          +4,000
              SUPPORT
 380         DEPOT               8,461           8,461  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 390         BASE              529,663         529,663  ..............
              SUPPORT
              (OTHER
              TRAINING
              )
 400         FAC               167,050         167,050  ..............
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MOD (OP
              FORCES)
         RECRUITING,
          AND OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          EDUCATION:
 410         RECRUITIN         150,744         150,744  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
 420         EXAMINING           3,103           3,103  ..............
 430         OFF DUTY          114,240         114,240  ..............
              AND
              VOLUNTAR
              Y
              EDUCATIO
              N
 440         CIVILIAN          133,706         133,706  ..............
              EDUCATIO
              N AND
              TRAINING
 450         JUNIOR             43,413          43,413  ..............
              ROTC
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        2,697,730       2,702,730          +5,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 3

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         LOGISTICS
          OPERATIONS:
 460         LOGISTICS         965,075         965,075  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS
 470         TECHNICAL         409,392         409,392  ..............
              SUPPORT
              ACTIVITI
              ES
 480         SERVICEWI         240,064         243,064          +3,000
              DE
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
 490         DEPOT             130,930         130,930  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 500         BASE            1,082,612       1,082,612  ..............
              SUPPORT
 510         FACILITIE         241,207         241,207  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
         SERVICEWIDE
          ACTIVITIES:
 520         ADMINISTR         234,370         246,370         +12,000
              ATION
 530         SERVICEWI         347,528         347,528  ..............
              DE
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
 540         PERSONNEL         213,901         214,401            +500
              PROGRAMS
 550         RESCUE            121,063         125,563          +4,500
              AND
              RECOVERY
              SERVICES
 560         ARMS               33,640          33,640  ..............
              CONTROL
 570         OTHER             679,177         679,177  ..............
              SERVICEW
              IDE
              ACTIVITI
              ES
 580         OTHER              34,655          34,655  ..............
              PERSONNE
              L
              SUPPORT
 590         CIVIL AIR          21,432          21,432  ..............
              PATROL
              CORPORAT
              ION
 600         BASE              299,750         299,750  ..............
              SUPPORT
 610         FACILITIE          11,011          11,011  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
         SECURITY
          PROGRAMS:
 620         SECURITY          907,694         909,694          +2,000
              PROGRAMS
         SUPPORT TO
          OTHER
          NATIONS:
 630         INTERNATI          18,615          18,615  ..............
              ONAL
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        5,992,116       6,014,116         +22,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4

 990 ONW/OSW/ODS        ..............        -707,550        -707,550
      CONOPS
 991 WCF EXCESS CASH    ..............        -114,000        -114,000
      BALANCES
 993 UNOBLIGATED        ..............         -17,600         -17,600
      BALANCES
 995 CIVILIAN PAY       ..............         -15,700         -15,700
      OVERSTATEMENT
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           27,793,931      26,698,375      -1,095,556
            OPERATION
            AND
            MAINTENANC
            E, AIR
            FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 B-52 attrition reserve                                    +35,900
  60 11th AF server consolidation                               +1,200
  90 Eagle Vision Program                                       +1,000
 100 University Partnership for Operational Support             +3,000
      [UPOS]
 120 Northern Edge realignment of funds (transfer to              -800
      OMN)
 130 Langley AFB Visitor Center                                 +2,000
 220 TWCF excess cash balances                                -200,000
 260 Overstated Airlift Readiness Account baseline            -110,006
 360 Western Governor's University                              +1,000
 370 Simulations Training for Integrating DoD WMD and           +4,000
      Civilian Response Systems
 480 Hickam AFB Alternative Fuel Vehicle Program                +3,000
 520 Eielson AFB utilidor repairs                              +10,000
 520 Nikolski Power House clean-up                              +2,000
 540 Elmendorf AFB Community Center enhancements                  +500
 550 Joint Combined Aircrew Tester                              +1,500
 550 MBU-20/P Oxygen Mask                                       +3,000
 620 Classified                                                 +2,000
 990 ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps                                       -707,550
 991 WCF excess cash balances                                 -114,000
 993 Unobligated balances                                      -17,600
 995 Civilian pay overstatement                                -15,700
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                -1,095,556
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Transportation Working Capital Fund.--The Committee 
recommends a reduction of $200,000,000 to reduce cash balances 
in the Transportation Working Capital Fund [TWCF] that are 
greatly in excess of requirements. In addition, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $110,006,000 to reflect overstated 
baselines in the Airlift Readiness Account, as documented by 
the Air Force's request to reprogram fiscal year 2003 resources 
out of this account after seeking significant supplemental 
operation and maintenance funding for Operation Iraqi Freedom.

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $14,707,506,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  16,570,847,000
Committee recommendation................................  16,279,006,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$16,279,006,000. This is $291,841,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
  10     JOINT CHIEFS          420,036         420,036  ..............
          OF STAFF
  20     SPECIAL             1,851,533       1,874,999         +23,466
          OPERATIONS
          COMMAND
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            2,271,569       2,295,035         +23,466
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      2: MOBILIZATION:
  50     DEFENSE                49,991          49,991  ..............
          LOGISTICS
          AGENCY

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
  60     AMERICAN               14,005          14,005  ..............
          FORCES
          INFORMATION
          SERVICE
  70     CLASSIFIED              3,058           3,058  ..............
          PROGRAMS
  80     DEFENSE               101,695         101,695  ..............
          ACQUISITION
          UNIVERSITY
  90     DEFENSE                 5,517           5,517  ..............
          CONTRACT
          AUDIT AGENCY
 110     DEFENSE HUMAN          35,262          35,262  ..............
          RESOURCES
          ACTIVITY
 120     DEFENSE                 7,173           7,173  ..............
          SECURITY
          SERVICE
 130     DEFENSE                 4,796           4,796  ..............
          THREAT
          REDUCTION
          AGENCY
 140     SPECIAL                92,646          92,646  ..............
          OPERATIONS
          COMMAND
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              264,152         264,152  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 3

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
 150     AMERICAN              105,261         105,261  ..............
          FORCES
          INFORMATION
          SERVICE
 160     CIVIL                  99,030          99,030  ..............
          MILITARY
          PROGRAMS
 170     CLASSIFIED          6,788,178       6,680,726        -107,452
          PROGRAMS
 180     DEFENSE               359,011         359,011  ..............
          CONTRACT
          AUDIT AGENCY
 190     DEFENSE             1,008,908       1,008,908  ..............
          CONTRACT
          MANAGEMENT
          AGENCY
 200     DEFENSE                 1,659           1,659  ..............
          FINANCE AND
          ACCOUNTING
          SERVICE
 210     DEFENSE HUMAN         276,802         276,802  ..............
          RESOURCES
          ACTIVITY
 220     DEFENSE             1,129,876       1,037,771         -92,105
          INFORMATION
          SYSTEMS
          AGENCY
 230     DEFENSE               259,713         259,713  ..............
          LOGISTICS
          AGENCY
 240     DEFENSE LEGAL          17,757          17,757  ..............
          SERVICES
          AGENCY
 250     DEPARTMENT OF       1,698,075       1,704,575          +6,500
          DEFENSE
          DEPENDENTS
          EDUCATION
 260     DEFENSE POW/           15,800          15,800  ..............
          MISSING
          PERSONS
          OFFICE
 270     DEFENSE               284,767          84,767        -200,000
          SECURITY
          COOPERATION
          AGENCY
 280     DEFENSE               200,054         200,054  ..............
          SECURITY
          SERVICE
 290     DEFENSE               291,246         291,246  ..............
          THREAT
          REDUCTION
          AGENCY
 300     OFFICE OF              14,105          36,855         +22,750
          ECONOMIC
          ADJUSTMENT
 310     OFFICE OF THE         712,567         732,567         +20,000
          SECRETARY OF
          DEFENSE
 320     SPECIAL                61,932          61,932  ..............
          OPERATIONS
          COMMAND
 340     JOINT CHIEFS          234,498         234,498  ..............
          OF STAFF
 350     WASHINGTON            405,500         405,500  ..............
          HEADQUARTERS
          SERVICES
 360     DEFENSE                20,396          20,396  ..............
          TECHNOLOGY
          SECURITY
          ADMINISTRATI
          ON
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,           13,985,135      13,634,828        -350,307
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4

 996 IMPACT AID         ..............          30,000         +30,000
 996 IMPACT AID FOR     ..............           5,000          +5,000
      CHILDREN WITH
      DISABILITIES
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           16,570,847      16,279,006        -291,841
            OPERATION
            AND
            MAINTENANC
            E,
            DEFENSE-
            WIDE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  20 COCOM's TSOCs and CENTCOM CRE                             +15,406
  20 ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps [SOCOM]                                -15,406
  20 SOCOM flying hour program                                 +23,466
 170 Classified                                               -107,452
 220 DISA excessive program growth                             -35,000
 220 ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps [DISA]                                 -57,105
 250 DoDEA Mathematics and Technology Teachers                  +1,000
      Development
 250 Galena IDEA Distance Learning Program                      +5,500
 270 Counter-Terrorism Training & Equipment Program           -200,000
 300 Asbestos removal at Eaker AFB                                +250
 300 UCHSC-DCH Fitzsimons Medical Center                       +10,000
 300 Hangar renovation at Griffis AFB                             +500
 300 McClellan AFB remediation                                  +7,000
 300 Port of Anchorage Intermodal Marine Facility               +5,000
      Project
 310 Asia-Pacific Regional Initiative                          +14,000
 310 Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve [ESGR]           +2,000
 310 Information Assurance Scholarship Program                  +3,000
 310 Middle East Regional Security Issues Program               +1,000
 996 Impact Aid                                                +30,000
 996 Impact Aid for children with disabilities                  +5,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -291,841
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    U.S. Special Operations Command.--The Committee understands 
and fully supports the increased operational tempo, broadened 
mission and readiness requirements placed on Special Operations 
Forces as they prosecute the Global War on Terrorism. The 
Committee recommends an additional $38,872,000 for priority 
requirements of the U.S. Special Operations Command.
    Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve.--The Committee 
recommends an additional $2,000,000 for the important work of 
the National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and 
Reserve.
    Washington Semester American Indian Program.--The Committee 
notes with approval the participation of the Department of 
Defense in the Washington Semester American Indian Program 
[WINS], which serves the education and economic development 
needs of the American Indian/Alaska Native [AI/AN] community by 
providing opportunities for students to obtain academically 
supervised internships in Washington, DC. The WINS program 
advances the goals of Executive Order 13270, which directs that 
all Federal agencies take steps to enhance access to Federal 
opportunities and resources for AI/AN students. The Committee 
encourages the Department of Defense, as part of its 3-year 
plan pursuant to Executive Order 13270, to expand the number of 
internship positions made available for the program and to 
accommodate participants in a second-year internship program.
    Accident Prevention in DOD.--The Committee commends the 
Secretary of Defense's initiative to ``reduce the number of 
mishaps and accident rates by at least 50 percent in the next 2 
years.'' The Committee is pleased that the U.S. Army Forces 
Command's initiative to combat aggressive driving has achieved 
similar success in preventing vehicle accidents, and urges the 
Secretary of Defense to consider existing programs that have 
demonstrated success in reducing accident rates at one or more 
commands.
    Legacy Resources Management Program.--The Committee 
commends the Department of Defense for requesting funds to 
continue the Legacy Resources Management Program. From within 
these funds, the Committee encourages the Department to 
continue naval archaeology programs in the Lake Champlain 
Basin.

                Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,970,180,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,952,009,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,964,009,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,964,009,000. This is $12,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         LAND FORCES:
  10         DIVISION           14,791          21,791          +7,000
              FORCES
  20         CORPS              35,798          35,798  ..............
              COMBAT
              FORCES
  30         CORPS             309,462         309,462  ..............
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
  40         ECHELON           135,342         135,342  ..............
              ABOVE
              CORPS
              FORCES
  50         LAND              467,097         472,097          +5,000
              FORCES
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
         LAND FORCES
          READINESS:
  60         FORCES            122,020         122,020  ..............
              READINES
              S
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
  70         LAND               59,846          59,846  ..............
              FORCES
              SYSTEM
              READINES
              S
  80         DEPOT              62,947          62,947  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
         LAND FORCES
          READINESS
          SUPPORT:
  90         BASE              323,592         323,592  ..............
              SUPPORT
 100         FACILITIE         182,079         182,079  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 110         ADDITIONA           3,672           3,672  ..............
              L
              ACTIVITI
              ES
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        1,716,646       1,728,646         +12,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         ADMINISTRATIO
          N AND
          SERVICEWIDE
          ACTIVITIES:
 120         ADMINISTR          47,714          47,714  ..............
              ATION
 130         SERVICEWI          37,862          37,862  ..............
              DE
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
 140         PERSONNEL/         47,092          47,092  ..............
              FINANCIA
              L ADMIN
              (MANPOWE
              R MGT)
 150         RECRUITIN         102,695         102,695  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          235,363         235,363  ..............
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        1,952,009       1,964,009         +12,000
                OPERAT
                ION
                AND
                MAINTE
                NANCE,
                ARMY
                RESERV
                E
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System [ECWCS]              +7,000
  50 All Terrain Military Utility Vehicle                       +4,000
  50 Equipment storage site initial operations                  +1,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   +12,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,236,809,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,171,921,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,172,921,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,172,921,000. This is $1,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         RESERVE AIR
          OPERATIONS:
  10         MISSION           417,743         417,743  ..............
              AND
              OTHER
              FLIGHT
              OPERATIO
              NS
  30         INTERMEDI          16,464          16,464  ..............
              ATE
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  40         AIR                 2,166           2,166  ..............
              OPERATIO
              N AND
              SAFETY
              SUPPORT
  50         AIRCRAFT          138,135         138,135  ..............
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  60         AIRCRAFT              362             362  ..............
              DEPOT
              OPS
              SUPPORT
         RESERVE SHIP
          OPERATIONS:
  70         MISSION            67,211          67,211  ..............
              AND
              OTHER
              SHIP
              OPERATIO
              NS
  80         SHIP                  537             537  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              SUPPORT
              AND
              TRAINING
 100         SHIP               83,577          83,577  ..............
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 110         SHIP                3,440           3,440  ..............
              DEPOT
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
         RESERVE
          COMBAT
          OPERATIONS
          SUPPORT:
 120         COMBAT             65,347          66,347          +1,000
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
         RESERVE
          WEAPONS
          SUPPORT:
 130         WEAPONS             5,544           5,544  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
         BASE SUPPORT:
 140         FACILITIE          61,929          61,929  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 150         BASE              131,109         131,109  ..............
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          993,564         994,564          +1,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         ADMINISTRATIO
          N AND
          SERVICEWIDE
          ACTIVITIES:
 160         ADMINISTR          12,560          12,560  ..............
              ATION
 170         CIVILIAN            2,269           2,269  ..............
              MANPOWER
              &
              PERSONNE
              L
 180         MILITARY           36,276          36,276  ..............
              MANPOWER
              &
              PERSONNE
              L
 190         SERVICEWI         120,733         120,733  ..............
              DE
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
 200         COMBAT/             5,665           5,665  ..............
              WEAPONS
              SYSTEM
 210         OTHER                 854             854  ..............
              SERVICEW
              IDE
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          178,357         178,357  ..............
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        1,171,921       1,172,921          +1,000
                OPERAT
                ION
                AND
                MAINTE
                NANCE,
                NAVY
                RESERV
                E
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 120 Littoral Surveillance System SCIF                          +1,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                    +1,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $187,532,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     173,952,000
Committee recommendation................................     173,952,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $173,952,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         MISSION
          FORCES:
  10         OPERATING          61,261          61,261  ..............
              FORCES
  20         DEPOT              10,231          10,231  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  30         BASE               33,621          33,621  ..............
              SUPPORT
  40         TRAINING           25,953          25,953  ..............
              SUPPORT
  50         FACILITIE           8,770           8,770  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL         139,836         139,836  ..............
                  ,
                  BUDG
                  ET
                  ACTI
                  VITY
                  1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         ADMINISTRATIO
          N AND
          SERVICEWIDE
          ACTIVITIES:
  60         SPECIAL             8,956           8,956  ..............
              SUPPORT
  70         SERVICEWI             578             578  ..............
              DE
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
  80         ADMINISTR           9,721           9,721  ..............
              ATION
  90         BASE                6,701           6,701  ..............
              SUPPORT
 100         RECRUITIN           8,160           8,160  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,           34,116          34,116  ..............
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,          173,952         173,952  ..............
                OPERAT
                ION
                AND
                MAINTE
                NANCE,
                MARINE
                CORPS
                RESERV
                E
------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $2,163,104,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   2,179,188,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,179,188,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,179,188,000. This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         AIR
          OPERATIONS:
  10         PRIMARY         1,351,819       1,351,819  ..............
              COMBAT
              FORCES
  20         MISSION            69,058          69,058  ..............
              SUPPORT
              OPERATIO
              NS
  30         DEPOT             319,109         319,109  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  40         BASE               61,783          61,783  ..............
              SUPPORT
  50         FACILITIE         272,603         272,603  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
                       -------------------------------------------------
                 TOTAL       2,074,372       2,074,372  ..............
                  ,
                  BUDG
                  ET
                  ACTI
                  VITY
                  1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         ADMINISTRATIO
          N AND
          SERVICEWIDE
          ACTIVITIES:
  60         ADMINISTR          59,138          59,138  ..............
              ATION
  70         MILITARY           24,253          24,253  ..............
              MANPOWER
              AND
              PERSONNE
              L
              MANAGEME
              NT
  80         RECRUITIN          14,162          14,162  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
  90         OTHER               6,642           6,642  ..............
              PERSONNE
              L
              SUPPORT
 100         AUDIOVISU             621             621  ..............
              AL
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          104,816         104,816  ..............
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        2,179,188       2,179,188  ..............
                OPERAT
                ION
                AND
                MAINTE
                NANCE,
                AIR
                FORCE
                RESERV
                E
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $4,261,707,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   4,211,331,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,273,131,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,273,131,000. This is $61,800,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         LAND FORCES:
  10         DIVISIONS         669,748         674,748          +5,000
  20         CORPS             651,273         651,273  ..............
              COMBAT
              FORCES
  30         CORPS             343,180         343,180  ..............
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
  40         ECHELON           563,199         563,199  ..............
              ABOVE
              CORPS
              FORCES
  50         LAND               21,913          21,913  ..............
              FORCES
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
         LAND FORCES
          READINESS:
  60         FORCE             128,036         131,536          +3,500
              READINES
              S
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
  70         LAND              106,760         106,760  ..............
              FORCES
              SYSTEMS
              READINES
              S
  80         LAND              194,149         194,149  ..............
              FORCES
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
         LAND FORCES
          READINESS
          SUPPORT:
  90         BASE              448,167         448,167  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
 100         FACILITIE         380,226         380,226  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 110         MANAGEMEN         398,017         398,017  ..............
              T &
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              HEADQUAR
              TERS
 120         MISCELLAN          42,175          71,475         +29,300
              EOUS
              ACTIVITI
              ES
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        3,946,843       3,984,643         +37,800
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         ADMINISTRATIO
          N AND
          SERVICEWIDE
          ACTIVITIES:
 130         STAFF             102,752         102,752  ..............
              MANAGEME
              NT
 140         INFORMATI          13,529          37,529         +24,000
              ON
              MANAGEME
              NT
 150         PERSONNEL          51,667          51,667  ..............
              ADMINIST
              RATION
 160         RECRUITIN          96,540          96,540  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          264,488         288,488         +24,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        4,211,331       4,273,131         +61,800
                OPERAT
                ION
                AND
                MAINTE
                NANCE,
                ARMY
                NATION
                AL
                GUARD
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System [ECWCS]              +5,000
  60 Cannon bore cleaning                                       +1,500
  60 Communicator-Automated Emergency Notification              +1,500
      System
  60 Ethan Allen Range improvements                               +500
 120 Sustain FY03 increase in Military Technicians             +29,300
 140 Information Operations Training and Operations             +4,000
 140 Advanced Information Technology Services                  +15,000
 140 National Guard Multimedia Security Technology              +5,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   +61,800
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $4,117,585,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   4,402,646,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,418,616,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,418,616,000. This is $15,970,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         AIR
          OPERATIONS:
  10         AIRCRAFT        2,842,931       2,844,431          +1,500
              OPERATIO
              NS
  20         MISSION           336,979         340,979          +4,000
              SUPPORT
              OPERATIO
              NS
  30         BASE              410,627         410,627  ..............
              SUPPORT
  40         FACILITIE         154,798         154,798  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
  50         DEPOT             621,060         621,060  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        4,366,395       4,371,895          +5,500
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1

     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         SERVICEWIDE
          ACTIVITIES:
  60         ADMINISTR          26,547          32,547          +6,000
              ATION
  70         RECRUITIN           9,704           9,704  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,           36,251          42,251          +6,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4

 997 NATIONAL GUARD     ..............           2,500          +2,500
      STATE
      PARTNERSHIP
      PROGRAM
 998 PROJECT ALERT      ..............           1,970          +1,970
                       =================================================
               TOTAL,        4,402,646       4,418,616         +15,970
                OPERAT
                ION
                AND
                MAINTE
                NANCE,
                AIR
                NATION
                AL
                GUARD
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Defense Systems Evaluation [DSE] Joint Test                +1,500
      Support Program
  20 All Terrain Military Utility Vehicle                       +2,000
  20 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System [ECWCS]              +2,000
  60 Information Assurance Activities                           +3,000
  60 IT Consolidation/Storage Area Network                      +3,000
 997 National Guard State Partnership Program                   +2,500
 998 Project ALERT                                              +1,970
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   +15,970
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account

Appropriations, 2003....................................      $5,000,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................      50,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,000,000. 
This is $40,000,000 below the budget estimate.
    The Committee notes that funding for ongoing contingencies 
is now included in regular appropriation accounts. In addition, 
according to the Department's justification materials for this 
account, ``USSOCOM bears a substantial portion of the 
unanticipated costs of unforeseen contingency operations.'' The 
Department has requested significant increases to U.S. Special 
Operations Command funding, and the Committee finds that 
adequate to provide for unforeseen contingencies. Finally, 
requirements for substantial contingency funding should be 
addressed in a request for supplemental appropriations or 
through reprogramming procedures.

               U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Appropriations, 2003....................................      $9,614,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................      10,333,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,333,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,333,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $395,900,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     396,018,000
Committee recommendation................................     396,018,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $396,018,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Navy

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $256,948,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     256,153,000
Committee recommendation................................     256,153,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $256,153,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Environmental Restoration, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $389,773,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     384,307,000
Committee recommendation................................     384,307,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $384,307,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                Environmental Restoration, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2003....................................     $23,498,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................      24,081,000
Committee recommendation................................      24,081,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $24,081,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

         Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $246,102,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     212,619,000
Committee recommendation................................     312,619,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $312,619,000. 
This is $100,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    This increase reflects the significant inventory of 
Formerly Used Defense Sites requiring remediation.

             Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid

Appropriations, 2003....................................     $58,400,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................      59,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      59,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $59,000,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.
    Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and 
Humanitarian Assistance.--The Committee is pleased with the 
Center's participation in HIV/AIDS advocacy, awareness and 
prevention activities with foreign militaries and international 
peacekeepers in the Asia Pacific region, and encourages its 
continued participation as a means of promoting national 
security interests.

                  Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $416,700,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     450,800,000
Committee recommendation................................     450,800,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $450,800,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                               TITLE III

                              PROCUREMENT

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to purchase military equipment and hardware, including 
aircraft, helicopters, ships, missiles, combat vehicles, 
ammunition, weapons, electronic sensors and communications 
equipment, and other procurement items.
    The President's fiscal year 2004 budget requests a total of 
$72,721,026,000 for procurement appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends procurement appropriations 
totaling $73,975,918,000 for fiscal year 2004. This is 
$1,254,892,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended procurement appropriations for fiscal 
year 2004 are summarized below:

                                      SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2004 budget       Committee       Change from
                           Account                                 estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aircraft Procurement, Army...................................       2,128,485        2,027,285         -101,200
Missile Procurement, Army....................................       1,459,462        1,444,462          -15,000
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.....       1,640,704        1,732,004          +91,300
Procurement of Ammunition, Army..............................       1,309,966        1,419,759         +109,793
Other Procurement, Army......................................       4,216,854        4,573,902         +357,048
Aircraft Procurement, Navy...................................       8,788,148        9,017,548         +229,400
Weapons Procurement, Navy....................................       1,991,821        1,967,934          -23,887
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.............         922,355          924,355           +2,000
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy............................      11,438,984       11,682,623         +243,639
Other Procurement, Navy......................................       4,679,443        4,734,808          +55,365
Procurement, Marine Corps....................................       1,070,999        1,090,399          +19,400
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..............................      12,079,360       11,997,460          -81,900
Missile Procurement, Air Force...............................       4,393,039        4,215,333         -177,706
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.........................       1,284,725        1,265,582          -19,143
Other Procurement, Air Force.................................      11,583,659       11,536,097          -47,562
Procurement, Defense-Wide....................................       3,665,506        3,568,851          -96,655
National Guard and Reserve Equipment.........................               0          700,000         +700,000
Defense Production Act Purchases.............................          67,516           77,516          +10,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total..................................................      72,721,026       73,975,918       +1,254,892
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The Committee has displayed recommended adjustments in 
tables presented under each appropriation account.
    These adjustments reflect the following Committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative, or not supported by firm requirements in 
out year development or procurement appropriations; 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 estimate; and implementation 
of recommendations reported in the Senate bill authorizing 
activities of the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2004.
    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in these tables shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the table.

                          Procurement Overview

    Multiyear Procurement Authority.--The purpose of multiyear 
procurement authority is to allow Federal agencies to enter 
into a single contract for the purchase of more than one year's 
worth of supplies and services where such a contract will 
result in substantial savings over annual contracts. This 
authority is intended exclusively for programs demonstrating 
stability of cost, requirements, design and maturity of 
schedule. However, recent requests from the Department exploit 
the necessary limits placed upon this authority. It is evident 
that multiyear contract authority is now being used as a tool 
for controlling costs and as a means for securing funding for 
programs in future years. The Committee is concerned about this 
trend and directs the Secretary of Defense to submit a policy 
statement on the Department of Defense's use of multiyear 
contract authority to the congressional defense committees by 
January 15, 2004. The statement should explicitly describe the 
conditions that must be achieved for such a request and the 
methodology used for determining a program's compliance with 
the requirements set forth in 10 U.S.C. Sec. 2306b and DOD 
Financial Management Regulations.
    Combat Search Evader Locator Radio.--The Committee 
understands that the Air Force is in the process of requesting 
a change to the Joint Operational Requirements Document to add 
a terminal guidance capability as a Key Performance Parameter 
threshold requirement to the Combat Search Evader Locator 
[CSEL] radio. The Block 1 CSEL, which is currently in low-rate 
initial production, but does not include this terminal guidance 
capability, is being procured by the Air Force, Navy and the 
Army. The Committee is concerned that the services are 
currently procuring a radio that does not fully meet their 
needs and, therefore, recommends a reduction of $11,500,000 to 
the entire fiscal year 2004 CSEL procurement request and 
directs that the full-rate production decision on the Block 2 
variant of this radio not be approved until the terminal 
guidance capability can be achieved as a threshold requirement.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $2,285,574,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   2,128,485,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,027,285,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,027,285,000. This is $101,200,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     AIRCRAFT:
         FIXED WING:
             ROTARY:
   2             UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP)                                                    10     $138,859       17     $187,559       +7      +$48,700
   3             UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP) (AP-CY)                                       .......       28,141  .......       28,141  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
                   TOTAL, AIRCRAFT                                                   .......      167,000  .......      215,700  .......       +48,700

     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT:
   5     GUARDRAIL MODS (TIARA)                                                      .......        3,176  .......        3,176  .......  ............
   6     ARL MODS (TIARA)                                                            .......        5,707  .......        5,707  .......  ............
   7     AH-64 MODS                                                                  .......       58,879  .......       64,079  .......        +5,200
   8     CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS                                                 .......      495,525  .......      454,425  .......       -41,100
   9     CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS (AP-CY)                                         .......       20,515  .......       20,515  .......  ............
  10     UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS                                                 .......       10,448  .......       10,448  .......  ............
         H-58 MODS                                                                   .......          477  .......          477  .......  ............
  12     AIRCRAFT LONG RANGE MODS                                                    .......          762  .......          762  .......  ............
  13     LONGBOW                                                                     .......      762,464  .......      752,464  .......       -10,000
  14     LONGBOW (AP-CY)                                                             .......       14,204  .......       14,204  .......  ............
  15     UH-60 MODS                                                                  .......      136,496  .......       42,496  .......       -94,000
  16     KIOWA WARRIOR                                                               .......       45,051  .......       51,051  .......        +6,000
  17     AIRBORNE AVIONICS                                                           .......       71,206  .......       71,206  .......  ............
  18     GATM ROLLUP                                                                 .......       59,104  .......       24,104  .......       -35,000
  19     AIRBORNE DIGITIZATION                                                       .......        1,906  .......        1,906  .......  ............
  20     SPARE PARTS (AIR)                                                           .......       11,299  .......       11,299  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT                                           .......    1,697,219  .......    1,528,319  .......      -168,900

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
         GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS:
  21         AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT                                        .......       14,879  .......       19,879  .......        +5,000
  22         ASE INFRARED CM                                                         .......       75,713  .......       75,713  .......  ............

     OTHER SUPPORT:
  23     AIRBORNE COMMAND & CONTROL                                                  .......       26,594  .......       26,594  .......  ............
  24     AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                  .......       13,295  .......       23,295  .......       +10,000
  25     COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                                                     .......       16,597  .......       16,597  .......  ............
  26     AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS                                                  .......       28,894  .......       32,894  .......        +4,000
  27     AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                                         .......       59,963  .......       59,963  .......  ............
  28     INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                                       .......        1,203  .......        1,203  .......  ............
  29     LAUNCHER, 2.75 ROCKET                                                       .......        2,512  .......        2,512  .......  ............
  30     AIRBORNE COMMUNICATIONS                                                     .......       24,616  .......       24,616  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                                   .......      264,266  .......      283,266  .......       +19,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                         .......    2,128,485  .......    2,027,285  .......      -101,200
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2004 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2UH-60 BLACKHAWK         138,859          187,559          +48,700
     [MYP]
        7 Blackhawk  ...............  ...............         +70,700
         helicopter
         s
        Option       ...............  ...............         -20,000
         price
         savings
         [MYP]
        Unjustified  ...............  ...............          -2,000
         program
         administra
         tion costs
   7AH-64 MODS               58,879           64,079           +5,200
        Vibration    ...............  ...............          +5,200
         management
         enhancemen
         t program
   8CH-47 CARGO             495,525          454,425          -41,100
     HELICOPTER
     MODS
        Unexpended   ...............  ...............         -39,100
         balances
        Unjustified  ...............  ...............          -2,000
         Other
         Support
         costs
  13LONGBOW                 762,464          752,464          -10,000
        Unjustified  ...............  ...............         -10,000
         Other
         Support
         costs
  15UH-60 MODS              136,496           42,496          -94,000
        UH-60M       ...............  ...............        -100,000
         program
         delays
         (transfer
         to RDA)
        1/207th      ...............  ...............          +6,000
         CSAR and
         Medevac
         upgrades
  16KIOWA WARRIOR            45,051           51,051           +6,000
        Safety       ...............  ...............          +6,000
         Enhancemen
         t Program
         GAU-19
  18GATM ROLLUP              59,104           24,104          -35,000
        GATM (C-23   ...............  ...............         -35,000
         aircraft
         and
         upgrades)
  21AIRCRAFT                 14,879           19,879           +5,000
     SURVIVABILITY
     EQUIPMENT
        AN/AVR-2A    ...............  ...............          +5,000
         laser
         detecting
         system
  24AVIONICS                 13,295           23,295          +10,000
     SUPPORT
     EQUIPMENT
        Aviator      ...............  ...............         +10,000
         Night
         Vision
         Imaging
         System
  26AIRCREW                  28,894           32,894           +4,000
     INTEGRATED
     SYSTEMS
        Heli-Basket  ...............  ...............          +4,000
         technology
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    UH-60 Blackhawk [MYP].--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $70,700,000 for the procurement of seven additional 
Blackhawk helicopters.
    Congressional support for the UH-60 Blackhawk program has 
allowed the Army to accelerate planned procurement and 
appreciate savings from obtaining aircraft at option prices. 
The Army estimates this savings to equal $28,100,000 over 3 
years. The Committee recommends a reduction of $20,000,000 
based on total program savings, and a reduction of $2,000,000 
for unjustified program administration costs.
    Longbow Apache Modifications.--The budget request included 
$55,400,000 for Other Support costs, an increase of $26,600,000 
above the fiscal year 2003 level. During the Committee's review 
of the request, the Army failed to adequately justify these 
costs. The Committee recommends a decrease of $10,000,000.
    UH-60 Modifications.--The budget request included 
$136,500,000 for the UH-60M recapitalization and upgrade 
program. The program must be restructured due to contractor 
cost growth, inaccurate earned value reporting, and changes to 
aircraft design. The Committee recommends a transfer of 
$100,000,000 requested for procurement to research and 
development to allow for the restructuring of the program.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,096,548,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,459,462,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,444,462,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,444,462,000. This is $15,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     OTHER MISSILES:
         SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE SYSTEM:
   1         PATRIOT SYSTEM SUMMARY                                                      108     $561,555      108     $561,555  .......  ............
   2         STINGER SYSTEM SUMMARY                                                  .......        2,942  .......        2,942  .......  ............
   4         SURFACE-LAUNCHED AMRAAM SYSTEM SUMMARY                                  .......        7,452  .......        7,452  .......  ............

     AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE SYSTEM:
   5     HELLFIRE SYS SUMMARY                                                        .......       33,061  .......       25,061  .......       -$8,000

     ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM:
   8     JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY                                                 901      133,115      901      133,115  .......  ............
   9     JAVELIN ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)                                            .......        7,600  .......        7,600  .......  ............
  10     LINE OF SIGHT ANTI-TANK (LOSAT) SYSTEM SUM                                       76       43,232       76       43,232  .......  ............
  12     TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY                                                            200       10,010      200       10,010  .......  ............
  13     TOW 2 ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)                                              .......       16,366  .......       16,366  .......  ............
  14     GUIDED MLRS ROCKET (GMLRS)                                                      786      107,759      786      107,759  .......  ............
  15     MLRS REDUCED RANGE PRACTICE ROCKETS (RRPR)                                    2,934       14,646    2,934        7,646  .......        -7,000
  16     MLRS LAUNCHER SYSTEMS                                                       .......       40,155  .......       40,155  .......  ............
  17     HIMARS LAUNCHER                                                                  24      124,191       24      124,191  .......  ............
  18     ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS (ATACMS)--SYS SUM                                          50       50,301       50       50,301  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                                                     .......    1,152,385  .......    1,137,385  .......       -15,000

     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:
         MODIFICATIONS:
  21         PATRIOT MODS                                                            .......      212,575  .......      212,575  .......  ............
  22         STINGER MODS                                                            .......          973  .......          973  .......
  24         ITAS/TOW MODS                                                           .......       15,707  .......       15,707  .......  ............
  25         MLRS MODS                                                               .......       19,918  .......       19,918  .......  ............
  26         HIMARS MODIFICATIONS: (NON AAO)                                         .......          467  .......          467  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF MISSILES                                       .......      249,640  .......      249,640  .......  ............

  27 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                         .......       50,542  .......       50,542  .......  ............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  28     AIR DEFENSE TARGETS                                                         .......        3,464  .......        3,464  .......  ............
  29     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MISSILES)                                            .......           10  .......           10  .......  ............
  31     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT                                                     .......        3,421  .......        3,421  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                                   .......        6,895  .......        6,895  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                          .......    1,459,462  .......    1,444,462  .......       -15,000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2004 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   5 HELLFIRE SYS SUMMARY             33,061       25,061       -8,000
         CAPS Kits               ...........  ...........       -8,000
  15 MLRS REDUCED RANGE               14,646        7,646       -7,000
      PRACTICE ROCKETS [RRPR]
         Execution Delays        ...........  ...........       -7,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $2,266,508,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,640,704,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,732,004,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,732,004,000. This is $91,300,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
   1     ABRAMS TRNG DEV MOD                                                         .......       $6,252  .......       $6,252  .......  ............
   2     BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT                                                    .......      113,302  .......      175,202  .......      +$61,900
   4     BRADLEY FVS TRAINING DEVICES (MOD)                                          .......        3,397  .......        3,397  .......  ............
   6     STRYKER                                                                         301      955,027      301      990,027  .......       +35,000

     MODIFICATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
   8     CARRIER, MOD                                                                .......  ...........  .......       25,000  .......       +25,000
   9     FIST VEHICLE (MOD)                                                          .......       16,756  .......       16,756  .......  ............
  10     MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP, FIST VEHICLE                                           .......          676  .......          676  .......  ............
  11     BFVS SERIES (MOD)                                                           .......       23,126  .......       48,126  .......       +25,000
  12     HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM M109A6 (MOD)                                      .......       36,092  .......       34,592  .......        -1,500
  13     FAASV PIP TO FLEET                                                          .......       10,981  .......       10,981  .......  ............
  17     M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)                                                        .......      268,644  .......      196,644  .......       -72,000
  20     ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM                                                      .......       92,942  .......       94,942  .......        +2,000

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  22     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TCV-WTCV)                                            .......          489  .......          489  .......  ............
  23     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (TCV-WTCV)                                          .......       10,188  .......       10,188  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES                                            .......    1,537,872  .......    1,613,272  .......       +75,400

     WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES:
  24     ARMOR MACHINE GUN, 7.62MM M240 SERIES                                         1,480       16,559    1,480       16,559  .......  ............
  25     MACHINE GUN, 5.56MM (SAW)                                                   .......  ...........  .......        6,900  .......        +6,900
  27     MORTAR SYSTEMS                                                                   59       10,102       59       10,102  .......  ............
  29     81MM MORTAR (ROLL)                                                          .......  ...........  .......  ...........  .......  ............
  29     XM107, CAL. 50, SNIPER RIFLE                                                    600        8,753      600        8,753  .......  ............
  30     5.56 CARBINE M4                                                               8,635        8,978    8,635        8,978  .......  ............
  31     HOWITZER LT WT 155MM (T)                                                    .......        4,998  .......        8,998  .......        +4,000

     MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEH:
  32     MARK-19 MODIFICATIONS                                                       .......        3,845  .......        3,845  .......  ............
  33     M4 CARBINE MODS                                                             .......        6,660  .......        6,660  .......  ............
  34     SQUAD AUTOMATIC WEAPON (MOD)                                                .......        5,096  .......        5,096  .......  ............
  35     MEDIUM MACHINE GUNS (MODS)                                                  .......        2,970  .......        2,970  .......  ............
  36     HOWITZER, TOWED, 155MM, M198 (MODS)                                              13          882       13          882  .......  ............
  38     M16 RIFLE MODS                                                              .......        2,369  .......        2,369  .......  ............
  39     MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)                                   .......        2,220  .......        2,220  .......  ............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  40     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)                                           .......          489  .......          489  .......  ............
  41     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV-WTCV)                                         .......        7,089  .......        7,089  .......  ............
  42     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                     .......        2,675  .......        7,675  .......        +5,000
  43     SMALL ARMS (SOLDIER ENH PROG)                                               .......        1,117  .......        1,117  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES                                  .......       84,802  .......      100,702  .......       +15,900

  45 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS (WTCV)                                                  .......       18,030  .......       18,030  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV;, ARMY                                         .......    1,640,704  .......    1,732,004  .......       +91,300
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2004 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT        113,302      175,202      +61,900
         Bradley A0 to ODS+ for  ...........  ...........      +61,900
          the Army National
          Guard
   6 STRYKER                         955,027      990,027      +35,000
         Long Lead Items         ...........  ...........      +35,000
   8 CARRIER, MOD                ...........       25,000      +25,000
         M113 Carrier MOD        ...........  ...........      +25,000
          Upgrade
  11 BFVS SERIES [MOD]                23,126       48,126      +25,000
         Reactive Armor Tiles    ...........  ...........      +25,000
          for Bradley
  12 HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM        36,092       34,592       -1,500
      M109A6 [MOD]
         Procurement of MACS     ...........  ...........       -1,500
          prior to IOC
  17 M1 ABRAMS TANK [MOD]            268,644      196,644      -72,000
         X1100-3B Recap Program  ...........  ...........       +3,000
         LV-100 Engine           ...........  ...........      -75,000
  20 ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM           92,942       94,942       +2,000
         Abrams M1A1 Fleet       ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Embedded Diagnostics
  25 MACHINE GUN, 5.56MM [SAW]   ...........        6,900       +6,900
         M249 Squad Automatic    ...........  ...........       +6,900
          Weapon
  31 HOWITZER LT WT 155MM [T]          4,998        8,998       +4,000
         LW Howitzer             ...........  ...........       +4,000
  42 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS           2,675        7,675       +5,000
         Arsenal Support         ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Initiative
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Stryker Fielding.--The Army continues to demonstrate the 
versatility of the Stryker Brigade Combat Teams [SBCT]. The 
Stryker Brigade takes advantage of a whole new strategic focus. 
This dynamic strategy is more than the exploitation of a 
transformed family of vehicles, it is an evolution in the way 
soldiers fight on the battlefield and provides the country with 
options previously unavailable. The modern, lethal Stryker 
Brigade will focus on increased operational and tactical 
mobility, enhanced situational awareness and understanding, and 
the ability to maximize joint warfighting unlike any other 
force. The Committee understands that the full SBCT family of 
vehicles procurement can be accelerated if the Army procures 
certain critical components that require longer production 
times with long lead funding in fiscal year 2004. These items 
are necessary to ensure that the Mobile Gun System [MGS] 
remains on schedule and is deployed beginning with the 3rd 
SBCT, rather than an alternative system. Therefore, the 
Committee has included an increase of $35,000,000 only to 
procure long lead items for Stryker Brigades. The Committee 
includes this money with the understanding that the Secretary 
of Defense supports, and will continue to support, this 
critical modernization program. The interim capability provided 
by the Stryker is more than a bridge to the Objective Force, it 
is a critical link and will validate the training, tactics, and 
procedures necessary to demonstrate and perfect the strategies 
which will transform today's Army into a modern, more lethal 
objective force. Additionally, the Committee has included an 
increase of $100,000,000 in Other Procurement, Army to assist 
in fielding the SBCTs.
    Current Force Modernization.--The Committee notes with 
great interest the recent negotiations undertaken by the 
Department of the Army to address the future of the heavy force 
industrial base. In fact, the Committee applauds the Army's 
recently negotiated memorandum of understanding which 
effectively guaranteed workshare for two major manufacturing 
bases well into the future, so that the Future Combat System 
decision, expected to be reached by 2008, will not fall victim 
to a lack of manufacturers from which to choose.
    In the interest of building on that strategy, and in 
modernizing the Army's current force, the Committee strongly 
encourages the Army to restructure its future budget 
submissions to Congress so that they contain adequate resources 
to fund the Current Force and provide the Counterattack Corps 
with the most modern weapon systems available.

                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,253,099,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,309,966,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,419,759,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,419,759,000. This is $109,793,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
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     AMMUNITION:
         SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION:
   1         CTG, 5.56MM, ALL TYPES                                                  .......     $183,731  .......     $183,731  .......  ............
   2         CTG, 7.62MM, ALL TYPES                                                  .......       65,414  .......       65,414  .......  ............
   3         CTG, 9MM, ALL TYPES                                                     .......        5,557  .......        5,557  .......  ............
   4         CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES                                                 .......       60,484  .......       60,484  .......  ............
   6         CTG, 25MM, ALL TYPES                                                    .......        8,812  .......       18,812  .......      +$10,000
   7         CTG, 30MM, ALL TYPES                                                    .......       12,941  .......       13,941  .......        +1,000
   8         CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES                                                    .......      126,994  .......      126,994  .......  ............

     MORTAR AMMUNITION:
   9     60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                                                      .......       45,408  .......       45,408  .......  ............
  10     81MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                                                      .......       14,104  .......       17,104  .......        +3,000
  11     CTG, MORTAR, 120MM, ALL TYPES                                               .......       53,621  .......       84,960  .......       +31,339

     TANK AMMUNITION:
  12     CTG TANK 105MM: ALL TYPES                                                   .......       20,607  .......       20,607  .......  ............
  13     120MM TANK TRAINING, ALL TYPES                                              .......      134,270  .......      128,724  .......        -5,546
  14     CTG, TANK, 120MM TACTICAL, ALL TYPES                                        .......       42,408  .......       42,408  .......  ............

     ARTILLERY AMMUNITION:
  15     CTG, ARTY, 75MM: ALL TYPES                                                  .......           34  .......           34  .......  ............
  16     CTG, ARTY, 105MM: ALL TYPES                                                 .......       30,151  .......       30,151  .......  ............
  17     CTG, ARTY, 155MM, ALL TYPES                                                 .......       77,781  .......       60,781  .......       -17,000
  19     MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM (MACS), ALL T                               .......       78,949  .......       78,949  .......  ............

     ARTILLERY FUZES:
  20     ARTILLERY FUZES, ALL TYPES                                                  .......       47,400  .......       47,400  .......  ............

     MINES:
  22     MINE AT VOLCANO; ALL TYPES                                                  .......  ...........  .......        5,000  .......        +5,000
  23     MINE, CLEARING CHARGE, ALL TYPES                                            .......       14,564  .......       14,564  .......  ............

     ROCKETS:
  26     SHOULDER FIRED ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                                           .......       13,836  .......       13,836  .......  ............
  27     ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES                                                 .......       21,981  .......       61,981  .......       +40,000

     OTHER AMMUNITION:
  28     DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                                             .......       24,959  .......       33,959  .......        +9,000
  29     GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                                         .......       27,010  .......       27,010  .......  ............
  30     SIGNALS, ALL TYPES                                                          .......        8,999  .......        8,999  .......  ............
  31     SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES                                                       .......        9,035  .......        9,035  .......  ............

     MISCELLANEOUS:
  32     AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES                                                  .......       10,529  .......       10,529  .......  ............
  34     CAD/PAD ALL TYPES                                                           .......        4,808  .......        4,808  .......  ............
  35     ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                  .......        7,697  .......        7,697  .......  ............
  36     AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT                                               .......        7,415  .......        7,415  .......  ............
  37     FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (AMMO)                                     .......       11,868  .......       11,868  .......  ............
  38     CLOSEOUT LIABILITIES                                                        .......           98  .......           98  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMMUNITION                                                         .......    1,171,465  .......    1,248,258  .......       +76,793

     AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT:
         PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT:
  39         PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                      .......       33,570  .......       39,570  .......        +6,000
  40         LAYAWAY OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                        .......       13,020  .......       13,020  .......  ............
  41         MAINTENANCE OF INACTIVE FACILITIES                                      .......        9,664  .......        9,664  .......  ............
  42         CONVENTIONAL AMMO DEMILITARIZATION                                      .......       77,592  .......       94,592  .......       +17,000
  43         ARMS INITIATIVE                                                         .......        4,655  .......       14,655  .......       +10,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT                             .......      138,501  .......      171,501  .......       +33,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY                                .......    1,309,966  .......    1,419,759  .......      +109,793
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   6CTG, 25MM, ALL               8,812          18,812         +10,000
     TYPES
        M919 Armor-     ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Piercing Fin-
         Stabilized
         Sabot, Tracer
   7CTG, 30MM, ALL              12,941          13,941          +1,000
     TYPES
        M789 High       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Explosive
         Dual Purpose
         [HEDP]
  1081MM MORTAR, ALL            14,104          17,104          +3,000
     TYPES
        M816 81mm IR    ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Illumination
  11CTG, MORTAR,                53,621          84,960         +31,339
     120MM, ALL TYPES
        CTG 120mm       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Mortar IR
         ILLUM M930
        M934A1 120mm    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Mortar
        White           ..............  ..............         +24,339
         Phosphorous
         Facility
         Modernization
         Equipment
  13120MM TANK                 134,270         128,724          -5,546
     TRAINING, ALL
     TYPES
        XM1002--Buying  ..............  ..............          -5,546
         ahead of need
  17CTG, ARTY, 155MM,           77,781          60,781         -17,000
     ALL TYPES
        M864 program    ..............  ..............         -18,000
         delay
        CTG 155mm M485  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         ILLUM
  22MINE AT VOLCANO,:   ..............           5,000          +5,000
     ALL TYPES
        M87A1 Volcano   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Anti-Tank
         Mine System
  27ROCKET, HYDRA 70,           21,981          61,981         +40,000
     ALL TYPES
        Additional      ..............  ..............         +40,000
         Funding
  28DEMOLITION                  24,959          33,959          +9,000
     MUNITIONS, ALL
     TYPES
        Anti-Personnel  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Obstacle
         Breaching
         System
         [APOBS]
        MDI Demolition  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Initiators
  39PROVISION OF                33,570          39,570          +6,000
     INDUSTRIAL
     FACILITIES
        Flexible Load,  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Assemble and
         Pack Modern
         Munitions
         Enterprise
        Procurement of  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Replacement
         Production
         Die Sets for
         Medium-
         Caliber
         Ammunition
  42CONVENTIONAL                77,592          94,592         +17,000
     MUNITIONS
     DEMILITARIZATION
        Additional      ..............  ..............         +11,000
         Funding for
         Conventional
         Munitions
         Demilitarizat
         ion
        Conventional    ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Ammunition
         Demilitarizat
         ion of
         Tactical
         Missiles
  43ARMS INITIATIVE              4,655          14,655         +10,000
        ARMS            ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Initiative
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    White Phosphorous Facility Upgrades.--The Committee 
recommends an increase of $24,339,000 for white phosphorous 
facility upgrades at Pine Bluff Arsenal. This funding 
alleviates the need to finance this modernization effort from 
within the Army Working Capital Fund and eliminates the 
requirement to increase rates at this ammunition facility to 
recoup these costs.
    Conventional Ammunition Demilitarization of Tactical 
Missiles.--The Committee recommends an increase of $6,000,000 
for Conventional Ammunition Demilitarization of Tactical 
Missiles to complete the organic Anniston Munitions Center 
missile recycling capabilities.

                        Other Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $5,874,674,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   4,216,854,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,573,902,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,573,902,000. This is $357,048,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                             2004 budget              Committee  -----------------------
Line                                     Item                                        Qty.      estimate      Qty.     recommen-                 Budget
                                                                                                                        dation       Qty.      estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES:
         TACTICAL VEHICLES:
   1         TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS                                       .........      $17,977  .........      $17,977  .........  ...........
   2         SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED:                                             .........       23,950  .........       23,950  .........  ...........
   3         SEMITRAILERS, TANKERS                                              .........        9,499  .........        9,499  .........  ...........
   4         HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH (HMMWV)                                 .........      137,847  .........      169,847  .........     +$32,000
   6         FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH (FMTV)                               .........      309,810  .........      309,810  .........  ...........
   7         FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT                     .........       14,968  .........       30,568  .........      +15,600
   8         FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV)                           .........      133,130  .........      172,480  .........      +39,350
  10         TRUCK, TRACTOR, LINE HAUL, M915/M916                               .........       45,772  .........       45,772  .........  ...........
  12         TRUCK, TRACTOR, YARD TYPE, M878 (C/S)                                      5          979          5          979  .........  ...........
  13         HVY EXPANDED MOBILE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT SERV P                            139       24,838        139       24,838  .........  ...........
  15         MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP                                       .........       57,061  .........       59,061  .........       +2,000
  16         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TAC VEH)                                    .........          245  .........          245  .........  ...........
  17         TOWING DEVICE--FIFTH WHEEL                                                40        1,958         40        1,958  .........  ...........

     NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES:
  18     HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN                                                            4          608          4          608  .........  ...........
  19     PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                                            .........        3,078  .........        3,078  .........  ...........
  20     NONTACTICAL VEHICLES, OTHER                                                   85        6,260         85        5,260  .........       -1,000
                                                                               -------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES                                 .........      787,980  .........      875,930  .........      +87,950

     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
         COMM--JOINT COMMUNICATIONS:
  22         WIN--TACTICAL PROGRAM                                              .........        3,231  .........  ...........  .........       -3,231
  23         JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)                                          .........        4,570  .........        4,570  .........  ...........

     COMM--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:
  24     DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (SPAC                          .........       98,272  .........       98,272  .........  ...........
  25     SHF TERM                                                               .........       17,492  .........       17,492  .........  ...........
  26     SAT TERM, EMUT (SPACE)                                                 .........        5,154  .........        5,154  .........  ...........
  27     NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE)                                 14,195       44,290     14,195       44,290  .........  ...........
  28     SMART-T (SPACE)                                                        .........       48,585  .........       48,585  .........  ...........
  29     SCAMP (SPACE)                                                          .........          600  .........          600  .........  ...........
  31     GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS                                                 .........        8,859  .........        8,859  .........  ...........
  32     MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SAT)                                          .........       10,668  .........       10,668  .........  ...........

     COMM--C3 SYSTEM:
  33     ARMY GLOBAL CMD & CONTROL SYS (AGCCS)                                  .........       16,499  .........       16,499  .........  ...........

     COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS:
  34     ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA RADIO)                             .........       52,384  .........       57,384  .........       +5,000
  35     RADIO TERMINAL SET, MIDS LVT(2)                                        .........        2,937  .........        2,937  .........  ...........
  36     SINCGARS FAMILY                                                        .........       39,275  .........       54,275  .........      +15,000
  37     MULTI-PURPOSE INFORMATION OPERATIONS SYSTEMS                                   1        6,087          1        6,087  .........  ...........
  38     JOINT TACTICAL AREA COMMAND SYSTEMS                                    .........          850  .........          850  .........  ...........
  39     ACUS MOD PROGRAM                                                       .........      108,391  .........      128,391  .........      +20,000
  40     COMMS-ELEC EQUIP FIELDING                                              .........       15,903  .........       20,903  .........       +5,000
  41     SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM COMM/ELECTRONICS                           .........        8,025  .........        8,025  .........  ...........
  42     COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR (CSEL)                                  .........       15,393  .........       13,593  .........       -1,800
  43     MEDICAL COMM FOR CBT CASUALTY CARE (MC4)                               .........        6,602  .........        6,602  .........  ...........

     COMM--INTELLIGENCE COMM:
  45     CI AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE                                             .........        1,241  .........        1,241  .........  ...........

     INFORMATION SECURITY:
  46     TSEC--ARMY KEY MGT SYS (AKMS)                                          .........        2,702  .........        2,702  .........  ...........
  47     INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM--ISSP                              .........      124,419  .........      124,419  .........  ...........

     COMM--LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS:
  48     TERRESTRIAL TRANSMISSION                                               .........       10,332  .........       10,332  .........  ...........
  49     BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS                                            .........       46,835  .........       69,450  .........      +22,615
  50     ARMY DISN ROUTER                                                       .........        6,016  .........        6,016  .........  ...........
  51     ELECTROMAG COMP PROG (EMCP)                                            .........          457  .........          457  .........  ...........
  52     WW TECH CON IMP PROG (WWTCIP)                                          .........        2,975  .........        2,975  .........  ...........

     COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS:
  53     INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                                    .........      328,188  .........      333,188  .........       +5,000
  54     DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS)                                           .........       12,435  .........       12,435  .........  ...........
  55     LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN)                                               .........       96,475  .........       96,475  .........  ...........
  56     PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT AND TELECOM                                   .........       14,424  .........       14,424  .........  ...........

     ELECT EQUIP--NAT FOR INT PROG (NFIP):
  57     FOREIGN COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROG (FCI)                                 .........        1,624  .........        1,624  .........  ...........
  58     GENERAL DEFENSE INTELL PROG (GDIP)                                     .........       24,632  .........       24,632  .........  ...........

     ELECT EQUIP--TACT INT REL ACT (TIARA):
  59     ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS (ASAS) (TIARA)                                 .........       36,980  .........       36,980  .........  ...........
  61     PROPHET GROUND (TIARA)                                                 .........        3,175  .........        3,175  .........  ...........
  62     TUAV                                                                           8       73,764          8       73,764  .........  ...........
  63     ARMY COMMON GROUND STATION (CGS)                                       .........        8,261  .........        8,261  .........  ...........
  64     DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS (DTSS) (TIARA)                             .........       13,003  .........       13,003  .........  ...........
  67     DCGS-A UNIT OF EMPLOYMENT (JMIP)                                       .........        2,687  .........        2,687  .........  ...........
  69     TROJAN (TIARA)                                                         .........        6,535  .........        6,535  .........  ...........
  70     MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (INTEL SPT) (TIARA)                                .........        2,619  .........        5,619  .........       +3,000
  71     CI HUMINT INFO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CHIMS) (TIA                          .........        7,892  .........        7,892  .........  ...........
  72     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TIARA)                                                  4        4,983          4        4,983  .........  ...........

     ELECT EQUIP--ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW):
  74     COUNTERINTELLIGENCE/SECURITY COUNTERMEASURES                           .........        2,296  .........        2,296  .........  ...........

     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV (TAC SURV):
  76     SENTINEL MODS                                                          .........       17,595  .........       17,595  .........  ...........
  77     NIGHT VISION DEVICES                                                   .........       65,629  .........       69,629  .........       +4,000
  78     LONG RANGE ADVANCED SCOUT SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                110       50,125        110       50,125  .........  ...........
  80     NIGHT VISION, THERMAL WPN SIGHT                                            3,104       50,504      3,104       50,504  .........  ...........
  82     ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIP                                               .........       13,594  .........       13,594  .........  ...........
  83     MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (MMS)                                              .........          644  .........          644  .........  ...........
  84     MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (MVS)                                              .........          274  .........          274  .........  ...........
  85     PROFILER                                                                      10       12,591         10       12,591  .........  ...........
  86     MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SURV)                                         .........       35,169  .........       35,169  .........  ...........
  87     FORCE XXI BATTLE CMD BRIGADE & BELOW (FBCB2)                               2,674       83,200      2,674       83,200  .........  ...........
  88     LIGHTWEIGHT LASER DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINDER (LLD                                 45       12,302         45       12,302  .........  ...........
  89     MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM                                                   158       39,517        158       39,517  .........  ...........
  90     INTEGRATED MET SYS SENSORS (IMETS)--TIARA                              .........        9,080  .........        9,080  .........  ...........

     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2 SYSTEMS
  91     TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS                                            .........       45,613  .........       45,613  .........  ...........
  92     ADV FA TAC DATA SYS/EFF CTRL SYS (AFATDS/EC                            .........       22,324  .........       22,324  .........  ...........
  93     MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP, AFATDS                                            .........        2,059  .........        2,059  .........  ...........
  94     LIGHT WEIGHT TECH FIRE DIRECTION SYS (LWT                              .........        3,223  .........        3,223  .........  ...........
  95     CMBT SVC SUPT CONTROL SYS (CSSCS)                                      .........       22,197  .........       22,197  .........  ...........
  96     FAAD C2                                                                .........       19,474  .........       19,474  .........  ...........
  97     AIR & MSL DEFENSE PLANNING & CONTROL SYS (AMD)                         .........        8,996  .........        8,996  .........  ...........
  98     FORWARD ENTRY DEVICE/LIGHTWEIGHT FED (FED/L)                           .........        6,023  .........        6,023  .........  ...........
  99     KNIGHT FAMILY                                                          .........        6,732  .........        6,732  .........  ...........
 100     LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT (LCSS)                                     .........        1,814  .........        1,814  .........  ...........
 101     LOGTECH                                                                .........        8,774  .........       10,774  .........       +2,000
 102     TC AIMS II                                                             .........       17,492  .........       17,492  .........  ...........
 104     ISYSCON EQUIPMENT                                                      .........       21,528  .........       21,528  .........  ...........
 105     JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (JNMS)                                 .........        9,452  .........        9,452  .........  ...........
 106     TACTICAL INTERNET MANAGER                                              .........        8,321  .........        8,321  .........  ...........
 107     MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS)                                                201       37,141        201       37,141  .........  ...........
 108     STAMIS TACTICAL COMPUTERS (STACOMP)                                    .........       46,233  .........       51,233  .........       +5,000
 109     STANDARD INTEGRATED CMD POST SYSTEM                                    .........          361  .........        2,361  .........       +2,000

     ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION:
 110     ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION                                            .........        6,186  .........        6,186  .........  ...........
 111     AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP                                        .........      213,055  .........      244,055  .........      +31,000
 112     RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS (RCAS)                                .........       45,789  .........       60,789  .........      +15,000

     ELECT EQUIP--AUDIO VISUAL SYS (A/V):
 114     AFRTS                                                                  .........        2,519  .........        2,519  .........  ...........
 115     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (A/V)                                            .........        3,879  .........        3,879  .........  ...........
 116     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (SURVEYING EQUIPMENT)                              .........        2,047  .........        2,047  .........  ...........

     ELECT EQUIP--SUPPORT:
 117     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (C-E)                                          .........          426  .........          426  .........  ...........
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           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT                      .........    2,300,899  .........    2,430,483  .........     +129,584

     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPMENT:
 118         SMOKE & OBSCURANT FAMILY: SOF (NON AAO ITEM)                       .........       35,252  .........       35,252  .........  ...........
     BRIDGING EQUIPMENT:
 119     TACTICAL BRIDGING                                                      .........       42,539  .........       42,539  .........  ...........
 120     TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT--RIBBON                                         .........       59,393  .........       64,393  .........       +5,000
     ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION) EQUIPMENT:
 121     DISPENSER, MINE M139                                                   .........        5,231  .........        5,231  .........  ...........
 124     HANDHELD STANDOFF MINEFIELD DETECTION SYS-HST                                 69        1,766         69        1,766  .........  ...........
 125     KIT, STANDARD TELEOPERATING                                                   12        2,314         12        2,314  .........  ...........
 128     ROBOTIC COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM (RCSS)                                          36        8,247         36        8,247  .........  ...........

         WIDE AREA MUNITIONS (REMOTE CONTROL UNIT)                              .........  ...........  .........  ...........  .........  ...........
 129     EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQPMT (EOD EQPMT)                          .........        9,398  .........        9,398  .........  ...........
 130     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M, COUNTERMINE EQUIPMENT                                     3          624          3          624  .........  ...........

     COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 131     HEATERS AND ECU'S                                                      .........       13,544  .........       13,544  .........  ...........
 132     LAUNDRIES, SHOWERS AND LATRINES                                        .........        5,979  .........        5,979  .........  ...........
 134     SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT                                                          795        4,286        795       24,286  .........      +20,000
 135     LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE (LME)                                      587        7,577        587        7,577  .........  ...........
 136     LAND WARRIOR                                                               2,425       94,827          0  ...........     -2,425      -94,827
 137     AUTHORIZED STOCKAGE LIST MOBILITY SYSTEM (ASL)                         .........        4,451  .........        4,451  .........  ...........
 138     FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT                                                .........       16,021  .........       16,021  .........  ...........
 139     AIR DROP PROGRAM                                                       .........        4,892  .........        4,892  .........  ...........
 141     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (ENG SPT EQ)                                     .........       10,947  .........       10,947  .........  ...........

     PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT:
 144     DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, PETROLEUM & WATER                                .........       24,205  .........       24,205  .........  ...........
 145     INLAND PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM                                   .........        1,182  .........        1,182  .........  ...........

     WATER EQUIPMENT:
 146     WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS                                             .........       15,809  .........       15,809  .........  ...........

     MEDICAL EQUIPMENT:
 147     COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL                                                 .........       16,555  .........       27,555  .........      +11,000
     MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT:
 148     SHOP EQ CONTACT MAINTENANCE TRK MTD (MYP)                                    186       12,855        186       12,855  .........  ...........
 149     WELDING SHOP, TRAILER MTD                                                    112        5,873        112        5,873  .........  ...........
 150     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MAINT EQ)                                       .........        4,002  .........        4,002  .........  ...........

     CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT:
 154     MISSION MODULES--ENGINEERING                                           .........       16,607  .........       19,007  .........       +2,400
 156     LOADERS                                                                .........        8,148  .........        8,148  .........  ...........
 160     CRANES                                                                 .........        4,131  .........        4,131  .........  ...........
 161     CRUSHING/SCREENING PLANT, 150 TPH                                              1        1,781          1        1,781  .........  ...........
 162     PLANT, ASPHALT MIXING                                                          1        1,937          1        1,937  .........  ...........
 164     HIGH MOBILITY ENGINEER EXCAVATOR (HMEE)                                       15        4,842         15        4,842  .........  ...........
 165     CONST EQUIP ESP                                                        .........  ...........  .........       10,000  .........      +10,000
 166     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CONST EQUIP)                                    .........        6,305  .........        6,305  .........  ...........

     RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPMENT:
 169     CAUSEWAY SYSTEMS                                                       .........  ...........  .........       12,000  .........      +12,000
 170     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (FLOAT/RAIL)                                     .........        7,860  .........        7,860  .........  ...........

     GENERATORS:
 171     GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIP                                        .........       62,853  .........       64,853  .........       +2,000

     MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
 172     ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER HANDLER (RTCH)                                        72       36,237         72       36,237  .........  ...........
 173     ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY SYSTEM                                              142       22,422        142       22,422  .........  ...........
 174     MHE EXTENDED SERVICE PROGRAM (ESP)                                             6        1,329          6        1,329  .........  ...........

     TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
 176     COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS (CTC) SUPPORT                                  .........       36,827  .........       41,827  .........       +5,000
 177     TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM                                            .........      165,254  .........      306,195  .........     +140,941
 178     CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER                                          .........       71,692  .........       71,692  .........  ...........
 179     AVIATION COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (AVCA)                         .........       10,295  .........       10,295  .........  ...........

     TEST MEASURE AND DIG EQUIPMENT (TMD):
 180     CALIBRATION SETS EQUIPMENT                                             .........       18,304  .........       18,304  .........  ...........
 181     INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT (IFTE)                             .........       27,952  .........       27,952  .........  ...........
 182     TEST EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION (TEMOD)                                   .........       14,718  .........       14,718  .........  ...........

     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 185     PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS (OPA3)                                       .........       75,288  .........       75,288  .........  ...........
 186     BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT                                             .........       15,026  .........       15,026  .........  ...........
 187     MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC EQUIPMENT (OPA-3)                               .........       47,918  .........       51,918  .........       +4,000
 188     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (OTH)                                          .........        2,571  .........        2,571  .........  ...........
 189     SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TESTING                                     .........       11,526  .........       13,526  .........       +2,000
 190     MA8975                                                                 .........        2,419  .........        2,419  .........  ...........
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           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                       .........    1,082,011  .........    1,201,525  .........     +119,514

     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS:
 192     INITIAL SPARES--C&E;                                                    .........       44,714  .........       64,714  .........      +20,000
 193     INITIAL SPARES--OTHER SUPPORT EQUIP                                    .........        1,250  .........        1,250  .........  ...........
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           TOTAL, SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS                                        .........       45,964  .........       65,964  .........      +20,000

     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GENERAL REDUCTION                                   .........  ...........  .........  ...........  .........  ...........
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           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                       .........    4,216,854  .........    4,573,902  .........     +357,048
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                Committee    Change from
Line             Item             2004 budget   recommen-      budget
                                    estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4 HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD         137,847      169,847      +32,000
      VEH [HMMWV]
         Uparmored HMMWV        ...........  ...........      +25,000
         HMMWV for the          ...........  ...........       +7,000
          National Guard
   6 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL      309,810      309,810  ............
      VEH [FMTV]
         Additional Options     ...........  ...........      [50,000]
          FMTV-CR attributable
          to competitive
          contract award
          savings
   7 FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED         14,968       30,568      +15,600
      FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT
         Tactical Fire          ...........  ...........      +15,600
          Fighting Equipment
   8 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL       133,130      172,480      +39,350
      VEHICLES [FHTV]
         PLS for Engineer       ...........  ...........       +9,350
          Mission Modules
         HEMTT for the Army     ...........  ...........      +30,000
          National Guard
  15 MODIFICATION OF IN SVC          57,061       59,061       +2,000
      EQUIPMENT
         Fuel Tank Inertion/    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Polyurethane Safety
          Foam
  20 NONTACTICAL VEHICLES,            6,260        5,260       -1,000
      OTHER
         Unjustified cost       ...........  ...........       -1,000
          growth
  22 WIN--TACTICAL PROGRAM            3,231  ...........       -3,231
         Unexecutable program   ...........  ...........       -3,231
  34 ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION          52,384       57,384       +5,000
      SYSTEM [DATA RADIO]
         EPLRS                  ...........  ...........       +5,000
  36 SINCGARS FAMILY                 39,275       54,275      +15,000
         SINCGARS Radios        ...........  ...........      +15,000
  39 ACUS MOD PROGRAM               108,391      128,391      +20,000
         Digital Group          ...........  ...........      +20,000
          Multiplexer
          Assemblage System
          High Speed (DASH)
  40 COMMS-ELEC EQUIP FIELDING       15,903       20,903       +5,000
         Multiband Inter/Intra  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Team Radio [MBITR]
          AN/PRC-148
         Virtual Patch Crisis   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Communication
          Coordination
  42 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER          15,393       13,593       -1,800
      LOCATOR [CSEL]
         CSEL requirements      ...........  ...........       -1,800
          change
  49 BASE SUPPORT                    46,835       69,450      +22,615
      COMMUNICATIONS
         Network and IT         ...........  ...........       +1,430
          Infrastructure
          Capabilities
         PACMERS                ...........  ...........       +7,385
         Alaska-Wide Mobile     ...........  ...........       +5,800
          Radio [LMR] Program
         USARAK 13A             ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Transformation
          Requirements
         Emergency Response     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          System, RIA
  53 INFORMATION SYSTEMS            328,188      333,188       +5,000
         Palmtop Emergency      ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Action for Chemical
          [PEAC] Tool
  70 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP              2,619        5,619       +3,000
      [INTEL SPT] [TIARA]
         National Guard         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Virtual, Low-Cost
          Infrastructure Pilot
          Program
  77 NIGHT VISION DEVICES            65,629       69,629       +4,000
         Mini-IR MX2 for the    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          18th Airborne Corps
 101 LOGTECH                          8,774       10,774       +2,000
         Rock Island Arsenal    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          AIT Initiative
 108 STAMIS TACTICAL COMPUTERS       46,233       51,233       +5,000
      [STACOMP]
         Global Combat Support  ...........  ...........       +5,000
          System
 109 STANDARD INTEGRATED CMD            361        2,361       +2,000
      POST SYSTEM
         160th Special          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Operations Aviation
          Regiment Automatic
          ID Technology
          Program
 111 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING      213,055      244,055      +31,000
      EQUIPMENT
         Regional Medical       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Distributive
          Learning
         Digitization of DOD    ...........  ...........      +25,000
          Technical Manuals
         Automatic              ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Identification/Radio
          Frequency
          Identification [AIT/
          RFID]
 112 RESERVE COMPONENT               45,789       60,789      +15,000
      AUTOMATION SYS [RCAS]
         Advanced Information   ...........  ...........      +15,000
          Technology Services--
          National Guard
 120 TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT-         59,393       64,393       +5,000
      RIBBON
         Common Bridge          ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Transporter
 134 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT              4,286       24,286      +20,000
         Advanced Combat        ...........  ...........      +20,000
          Helmet
 136 LAND WARRIOR                    94,827  ...........      -94,827
         Program reduction      ...........  ...........      -62,110
         Transfer to RDA Line   ...........  ...........      -32,717
          102
 147 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL          16,555       27,555      +11,000
         Chitosan Hemmorage     ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Control Dressing
         Golden Hour Container  ...........  ...........       +1,000
 154 MISSION MODULES--               16,607       19,007       +2,400
      ENGINEERING
         Water distribution     ...........  ...........       +2,400
          modules ARNG
 165 CONST EQUIP ESP            ...........       10,000      +10,000
         Construction           ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Equipment Service
          Life Extension
          Program
 169 CAUSEWAY SYSTEMS           ...........       12,000      +12,000
         Modular Causeway       ...........  ...........      +12,000
          System
 171 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED       62,853       64,853       +2,000
      EQUIP
         Solar Portable Power   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Pack [P3]
 176 COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS         36,827       41,827       +5,000
      [CTC] SUPPORT
         A-FIST XXI             ...........  ...........       +4,000
         M-COFT XXI             ...........  ...........       +1,000
 177 TRAINING DEVICES,              165,254      306,195     +140,941
      NONSYSTEM
         Military Operations    ...........  ...........       +4,800
          in Urban Terrain
          [MOUT]
         Army Live Fire         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Training Ranges
         Gauntlet Training      ...........  ...........       +1,541
          Instrumentation and
          Facility Upgrade
         EST 2000--Army         ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Reserve
         Instrumentation for    ...........  ...........       +2,800
          MOUT Facility at
          Fort Camp- bell
         SBCT Equipment and     ...........  ...........     +100,000
          Fielding Initiative
         Battle Area Complex    ...........  ...........       +8,200
          Targetry--Donnelly
          Training Area
         Fort Wainwright MOUT   ...........  ...........       +5,600
          Instrumentation
          Upgrades
         172nd SIB Range        ...........  ...........      +12,000
          Improvement Plan
 187 MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC          47,918       51,918       +4,000
      EQUIPMENT [OPA-3)
         Modern Burner Unit     ...........  ...........       +4,000
 189 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR           11,526       13,526       +2,000
      USER TESTING
         TOS Threat Simulator   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          and Instrumentation
          Pro-  gram
 192 INITIAL SPARES--C&E;             44,714       64,714      +20,000
         Rapid Fielding         ...........  ...........      +20,000
          Initiative
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    FMTV.--The fiscal year 2004 President's budget request 
includes $309,810,000. This budget submission assumes a 12 
percent cost savings to the FMTV program as a result of the 
most recent competitive award. The Committee commends the Army 
acquisition strategy that sought to provide the most reliable, 
safe, cost effective tactical vehicle to replace the Army's 
aging fleet of trucks. Further, the Army's acquisition strategy 
was so successful that it facilitated a winning bid that 
achieves greater savings than anticipated when the fiscal year 
2004 budget submission was delivered to Congress. The Committee 
estimates this additional savings to be approximately 
$50,000,000 based on data provided to the Committee by the 
Army. Therefore, the Committee directs that these savings be 
applied only to purchases of additional FMTVs under the more 
competitive option pricing level.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $8,812,855,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   8,788,148,000
Committee recommendation................................   9,017,548,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$9,017,548,000. This is $229,400,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     COMBAT AIRCRAFT:
   1     AV-8B (V/STOL)HARRIER (MYP)                                                 .......      $12,493  .......      $12,493  .......  ............
   2     F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP)                                                 42    2,946,380       42    2,975,380  .......      +$29,000
   3     F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP) (AP-CY)                                    .......       84,765  .......       84,765  .......  ............
   5     V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)                                                                9      833,109        9      833,109  .......  ............
   6     V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT) (AP-CY)                                                  .......       39,058  .......       39,058  .......  ............
   8     UH-1Y/AH-1Z                                                                       9      310,799        9      310,799  .......  ............
   9     MH-60S (MYP)                                                                     13      336,536       13      316,536  .......       -20,000
  10     MH-60S (MYP) (AP-CY)                                                        .......       94,972  .......       94,972  .......  ............
  11     MH-60R                                                                            6      352,057        6      342,057  .......       -10,000
  12     MH-60R (AP-CY)                                                              .......       46,472  .......       46,472  .......  ............
  13     E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP)                                                2      211,097        2      211,097  .......  ............
  14     E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP) (AP-CY)                                  .......       17,409  .......       17,409  .......  ............
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           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                                                    .......    5,285,147  .......    5,284,147  .......        -1,000

     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
  16     UC-35                                                                             2       15,579        4       31,179       +2       +15,600
  17     C-40A                                                                             1       63,952        1       63,952  .......  ............
  18     C-37                                                                        .......  ...........        1       55,000       +1       +55,000
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           TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                                                   .......       79,531  .......      150,131  .......       +70,600

     TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
  19     T-39                                                                              1       22,018        1       22,018  .......  ............
  20     T-45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK                                                         15      339,201       15      339,201  .......  ............
  21     JPATS                                                                       .......        2,399  .......       20,399  .......       +18,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRAINER AIRCRAFT                                                   .......      363,618  .......      381,618  .......       +18,000

     OTHER AIRCRAFT:
  22     KC-130J                                                                     .......       39,163  .......       39,163  .......  ............
  23     ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)                                                    .......       40,000  .......       40,000  .......  ............
  24     F-5                                                                               4        1,947        4        1,947  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                     .......       81,110  .......       81,110  .......  ............

     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT:
  25     EA-6 SERIES                                                                 .......      207,146  .......      207,146  .......  ............
  26     AV-8 SERIES                                                                 .......       20,866  .......       57,866  .......       +37,000
  28     ADVERSARY                                                                   .......        2,649  .......        2,649  .......  ............
  29     F-18 SERIES                                                                 .......      335,894  .......      370,894  .......       +35,000
  30     H-46 SERIES                                                                 .......       81,072  .......       81,072  .......  ............
  31     AH-1W SERIES                                                                .......        5,810  .......        5,810  .......  ............
  32     H-53 SERIES                                                                 .......        9,676  .......       17,676  .......        +8,000
  33     SH-60 SERIES                                                                .......       18,405  .......       18,405  .......  ............
  34     H-1 SERIES                                                                  .......        3,492  .......       13,492  .......       +10,000
  36     EP-3 SERIES                                                                 .......       31,506  .......       47,306  .......       +15,800
  37     P-3 SERIES                                                                  .......       94,972  .......      127,972  .......       +33,000
  38     S-3 SERIES                                                                  .......        8,364  .......        8,364  .......  ............
  39     E-2 SERIES                                                                  .......       43,139  .......       43,139  .......  ............
  40     TRAINER A/C SERIES                                                          .......       10,497  .......       10,497  .......  ............
  41     C-2A                                                                        .......       35,318  .......       35,318  .......  ............
  42     C-130 SERIES                                                                .......        6,554  .......        6,554  .......  ............
  43     FEWSG                                                                       .......          565  .......          565  .......  ............
  44     CARGO/TRANSPORT A/C SERIES                                                  .......       13,290  .......       13,290  .......  ............
  45     E-6 SERIES                                                                  .......       48,517  .......       48,517  .......  ............
  46     EXECUTIVE HELICOPTERS SERIES                                                .......       26,537  .......       26,537  .......  ............
  47     SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT                                                    .......       49,601  .......       49,601  .......  ............
  48     T-45 SERIES                                                                 .......       22,321  .......       22,321  .......  ............
  49     POWER PLANT CHANGES                                                         .......       21,564  .......       21,564  .......  ............
  50     JPATS SERIES                                                                .......          534  .......          534  .......  ............
  51     AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT MODS                                                  .......        6,358  .......        6,358  .......  ............
  52     COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT                                                        .......       20,729  .......       20,729  .......  ............
  53     COMMON AVIONICS CHANGES                                                     .......      148,627  .......      148,627  .......  ............
  54     V-22 (TILT/ROTOR ACFT) OSPREY                                               .......        4,814  .......        4,814  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT                                           .......    1,278,817  .......    1,417,617  .......      +138,800

     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS:
  55     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                     .......    1,158,057  .......    1,158,057  .......  ............

     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  61     COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                                                     .......      460,865  .......      460,865  .......  ............
  62     AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                              .......       15,487  .......       15,487  .......  ............
  63     WAR CONSUMABLES                                                             .......       11,247  .......       14,247  .......        +3,000
  64     OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                                                    .......       25,790  .......       25,790  .......  ............
  65     SPECIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                   .......       26,785  .......       26,785  .......  ............
  66     FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                            .......        1,694  .......        1,694  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES                            .......      541,868  .......      544,868  .......        +3,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                         .......    8,788,148  .......    9,017,548  .......      +229,400
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2004 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2F/A-18E/F             2,946,380        2,975,380          +29,000
        Shared       ...............  ...............          +4,000
         Reconnaiss
         ance Pod
        Ancillary    ...............  ...............         +25,000
         equipment
   9MH-60S                  336,536          316,536          -20,000
        Unjustified  ...............  ...............         -20,000
         support
         costs
  11MH-60R                  352,057          342,057          -10,000
        Unjustified  ...............  ...............         -10,000
         support
         costs
  16UC-35                    15,579           31,179          +15,600
        2            ...............  ...............         +15,600
         additional
         OSA
  18C-37             ...............          55,000          +55,000
        1 aircraft   ...............  ...............         +55,000
  21JPATS                     2,399           20,399          +18,000
        Additional   ...............  ...............         +18,000
         aircraft
  26AV-8 SERIES              20,866           57,866          +37,000
        Litening AT  ...............  ...............         +37,000
         Targeting
         Pods
  29F-18 Series             335,894          370,894          +35,000
        ECP 583      ...............  ...............         +35,000
         upgrades
  32H-53 Series               9,676           17,676           +8,000
        CH-53 IMD-   ...............  ...............          +8,000
         HUMS
  34H-1 Series                3,492           13,492          +10,000
        UH-1         ...............  ...............         +10,000
         upgrades
  36EP-3 SERIES              31,506           47,306          +15,800
        EP-3E ARIES  ...............  ...............         +11,000
         II VME
         Tuner
        Tactical     ...............  ...............          +4,800
         Communicat
         ions
         System
  37P-3 SERIES               94,972          127,972          +33,000
        Additional   ...............  ...............         +26,000
         AIP Kits
        Tactical     ...............  ...............          +6,000
         Common
         Data Link
        Elctro-      ...............  ...............          +1,000
         optics
         Communicat
         ions
         upgrades
  63WAR CONSUMABLES          11,247           14,247           +3,000
        Aerial       ...............  ...............          +3,000
         Refueling
         Store
         Advanced
         Power
         Systems
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    MH-60S [MYP].--The budget request included $130,377,197 for 
support costs. Of this total $92,509,794 is requested for 
peculiar training equipment. In response to the Committee's 
review of this request, the Navy was unable to explain fully 
the costs and activities funded within this amount. The 
Committee recommends a decrease of $20,000,000.
    MH-60R.--The budget request included $93,997,962 for 
support costs, an increase of $42,838,962 above funds available 
for fiscal year 2003. In justifying these costs to the 
Committee, the Navy was unable to tie requested funding to 
activities. The Committee recommends a decrease of $10,000,000.

                       Weapons Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,868,517,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,991,821,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,967,934,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,967,934,000. This is $23,887,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BALLISTIC MISSILES:
   1     TRIDENT II                                                                       12     $675,209       12     $370,609  .......     -$304,600
     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:
   3     TRIDENT II MODS                                                             .......  ...........  .......      229,600  .......      +229,600

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
   4     MISSILE INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                               .......        1,305  .......        1,305  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BALLISTIC MISSILES                                                 .......      676,514  .......      601,514  .......       -75,000

     OTHER MISSILES:
         STRATEGIC MISSILES:
   5         TOMAHAWK                                                                    267      277,588      325      272,288      +58        -5,300
   6         ESSM                                                                        105      112,774      105      102,774  .......       -10,000

     TACTICAL MISSILES:
   7     AMRAAM                                                                           53       37,648       53       37,648  .......  ............
   8     SIDEWINDER                                                                      167       35,818      167       35,818  .......  ............
   9     JSOW                                                                            429      138,451      355      118,451      -74       -20,000
  10     SLAM-ER                                                                          84       54,145       84       54,145  .......  ............
  11     STANDARD MISSILE                                                                 75      148,308       75      148,308  .......  ............
  12     RAM                                                                              90       48,315       90       48,315  .......  ............
  13     AERIAL TARGETS                                                              .......       70,676  .......       80,676  .......       +10,000
  14     DRONES AND DECOYS                                                           .......  ...........  .......       20,000  .......       +20,000
  15     OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT                                                       .......       10,943  .......       10,943  .......  ............

     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:
  17     HARM MODS                                                                   .......        7,787  .......  ...........  .......        -7,787
  18     STANDARD MISSILES MODS                                                      .......       50,836  .......       50,836  .......  ............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  19     WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                               .......        7,443  .......       37,443  .......       +30,000
  21 ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                      .......       15,361  .......       15,361  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                                                     .......    1,016,093  .......    1,033,006  .......       +16,913

     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT:
  22     ASW TARGETS                                                                 .......       25,532  .......       25,532  .......  ............

     MOD OF TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP:
  23     MK-46 TORPEDO MODS                                                          .......       34,249  .......       34,249  .......  ............
  24     MK-48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS                                                    .......       60,372  .......       60,372  .......  ............
  25     QUICKSTRIKE MINE                                                            .......        3,210  .......        3,210  .......  ............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
  26     TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                   .......       24,943  .......       24,943  .......  ............
  27     ASW RANGE SUPPORT                                                           .......       12,811  .......       12,811  .......  ............

     DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION:
  28     FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                            .......        2,776  .......        2,776  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT                                    .......      163,893  .......      163,893  .......  ............

     OTHER WEAPONS:
         GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS:
  29         SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS                                                  .......        4,240  .......        4,240  .......  ............

     MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS:
  32     CIWS MODS                                                                   .......       41,448  .......       56,448  .......       +15,000
  34     GUN MOUNT MODS                                                              .......       27,263  .......       52,263  .......       +25,000

     OTHER:
  35     TACTICAL UAV--PIONEER                                                       .......       13,622  .......        7,822  .......        -5,800
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS                                                      .......       86,573  .......      120,773  .......       +34,200

  38     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                     .......       48,748  .......       48,748  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                          .......    1,991,821  .......    1,967,934  .......       -23,887
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2004 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 TRIDENT II                      675,209      137,432     -537,777
         Transfer to Mods Line   ...........  ...........     -537,777
   3 TRIDENT II MODS             ...........      462,777     +462,777
         Transfer from Full      ...........  ...........     +537,777
          Funding Line
         Guidance/ Electronics   ...........  ...........      -75,000
          Redesign
   5 TOMAHAWK                        277,588      272,288       -5,300
         CCLS Submarine Capsule  ...........  ...........       -5,300
          Cost Growth
   6 ESSM                            112,774      102,774      -10,000
         Unjustified Request     ...........  ...........      -10,000
   9 JSOW                            138,451      118,451      -20,000
         C Variant FRP Delay     ...........  ...........      -20,000
  13 AERIAL TARGETS                   70,676       80,676      +10,000
         SSST                    ...........  ...........      +10,000
  14 DRONES AND DECOYS           ...........       20,000      +20,000
         ITALD                   ...........  ...........      +20,000
  17 HARM MODS                         7,787  ...........       -7,787
  19 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL                7,443       37,443      +30,000
      FACILITIES
         ABL Restoraton          ...........  ...........      +30,000
  32 CIWS MODS                        41,448       56,448      +15,000
         BLK-IB                  ...........  ...........      +15,000
  34 GUN MOUNT MODS                   27,263       52,263      +25,000
         Mk-45 Mod 4 5" Gun      ...........  ...........      +35,000
          Upgrades
         Mk-38 Gun               ...........  ...........      -10,000
  35 PIONEER                          13,622        7,822       -5,800
         Insufficient            ...........  ...........       -5,800
          Acquisition Strategy
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Trident D-5.--The President's budget requests $675,209,000 
for the Trident II program. This request includes $137,432,000 
for the assembly of 12 new missiles and $537,777,000 for a life 
extension program and support costs. To more accurately account 
for the costs of the program, last year the Committee 
transferred the funds requested for the life extension program 
and support costs to a newly created ``Trident II Mods'' line. 
To the Committee's disappointment the Navy did not follow this 
model for its fiscal year 2004 request. The Committee feels 
strongly about creating an appropriate level of visibility into 
the program and directs the Navy to request funding for the 
Trident II program in this fashion in the future. The Navy's 
request for program support costs and the life extension 
program represent a $121,347,000 increase over last year's 
request. Approximately half of this increase is for the 
redesign of guidance and electronics systems for missiles that 
will enter production in fiscal year 2008. The Navy has also 
requested $44,200,000 of research and development funding for 
new guidance and electronics systems. The Committee is 
concerned that the Navy's request is both premature and 
duplicative, and recommends a reduction of $75,000,000 to the 
budget request.
    Tactical Tomahawk.--The President's budget requests 
$50,000,000 to support an economic order quantity buy in 
conjunction with multiyear procurement authority. The Committee 
is pleased with the capabilities the Tactical Tomahawk missile 
offers but finds that it is premature to grant multiyear 
procurement authority to the program at this time. Thus, the 
Committee recommends that the $50,000,000 requested for the 
economic order quantity buy be used to increase the quantity of 
missiles purchased. The Committee encourages the Navy to 
request multiyear contracting authority for the program after 
unit costs are more stable and the missile has successfully 
passed all required testing.

            Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,165,730,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     922,355,000
Committee recommendation................................     924,355,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $924,355,000. 
This is $2,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     PROC AMMO, NAVY:
         NAVY AMMUNITION:
   1         GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                                                   .......     $164,105  .......     $164,105  .......  ............
   2         JDAM                                                                     12,326      277,347   12,326      277,347  .......  ............
   3         AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                                             .......       28,245  .......       28,245  .......  ............
   4         MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION                                                  .......       17,933  .......       17,933  .......  ............
   5         PRACTICE BOMBS                                                          .......       51,417  .......       51,417  .......  ............
   6         CARTRIDGES & CART ACTUATED DEVICES                                      .......       26,374  .......       26,374  .......  ............
   7         AIRCRAFT ESCAPE ROCKETS                                                 .......       10,904  .......       10,904  .......  ............
   8         AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES                                          .......       44,068  .......       44,068  .......  ............
   9         JATOS                                                                   .......        4,627  .......        4,627  .......  ............
  10         5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION                                                .......       13,248  .......       13,248  .......  ............
  11         EXTENDED RANGE GUIDED MUNITIONS (ERGM)                                  .......        3,776  .......        3,776  .......  ............
  12         76MM GUN AMMUNITION                                                     .......        1,226  .......        1,226  .......  ............
  13         OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION                                               .......       16,368  .......       16,368  .......  ............
  14         SMALL ARMS & LANDING PARTY AMMO                                         .......       17,724  .......       17,724  .......  ............
  15         PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION                                              .......       10,469  .......       10,469  .......  ............
  17         AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                         .......        2,173  .......        2,173  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROC AMMO, NAVY                                                .......      690,004  .......      690,004  .......  ............

     PROC AMMO, MC:
         MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION:
  19         5.56 MM, ALL TYPES                                                      .......       24,618  .......       24,618  .......  ............
  20         7.62 MM, ALL TYPES                                                      .......        6,351  .......        6,351  .......  ............
  21         LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES                                               .......       36,552  .......       36,552  .......  ............
  22         .50 CALIBER                                                             .......       10,218  .......       10,218  .......  ............
  23         40 MM, ALL TYPES                                                        .......       10,191  .......       10,191  .......  ............
  25         60MM, ALL TYPES                                                         .......        6,064  .......        8,064  .......       +$2,000
  26         81MM, ALL TYPES                                                         .......       19,361  .......       19,361  .......  ............
  27         120MM, ALL TYPES                                                        .......       18,691  .......       18,691  .......  ............
  29         CTG 25MM, ALL TYPES                                                     .......        3,859  .......        3,859  .......  ............
  30         9 MM ALL TYPES                                                          .......        2,706  .......        2,706  .......  ............
  31         GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                                     .......        7,914  .......        7,914  .......  ............
  33         ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                                                      .......       15,461  .......       15,461  .......  ............
  34         ARTILLERY, ALL TYPES                                                    .......       49,813  .......       49,813  .......  ............
  36         DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                                         .......        3,752  .......        3,752  .......  ............
  37         FUZE, ALL TYPES                                                         .......        4,397  .......        4,397  .......  ............
  38         NON LETHALS                                                             .......        3,671  .......        3,671  .......  ............
  39         AMMO MODERNIZATION                                                      .......        7,116  .......        7,116  .......  ............
  40         ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              .......        1,616  .......        1,616  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROC AMMO, MC                                                  .......      232,351  .......      234,351  .......        +2,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE CORPS                       .......      922,355  .......      924,355  .......        +2,000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  2560 MM, ALL TYPES             6,064           8,064          +2,000
        M720A1 60mm     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Mortar
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $9,032,837,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  11,438,984,000
Committee recommendation................................  11,682,623,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$11,682,623,000. This is $243,639,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     OTHER WARSHIPS:
   2     CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (AP-CY)                                         .......   $1,186,564  .......   $1,186,564  .......  ............
   3     VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE                                                          1    1,511,935        1    1,511,935  .......  ............
   4     VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE (AP-CY)                                            .......    1,016,172  .......      827,172  .......     -$189,000
   5     SSGN CONVERSION                                                                   2      930,700        2      930,700  .......  ............
   6     SSGN CONVERSION (AP-CY)                                                     .......      236,600  .......      236,600  .......  ............
   7     CRUISER CONVERSION                                                                1      194,440  .......  ...........       -1      -194,440
  10     CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY)                                             .......      367,832  .......      232,832  .......      -135,000
  11     SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS                                               .......  ...........        2      450,000       +2      +450,000
  12     SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY)                                       .......      164,372  .......       20,351  .......      -144,021
 12B     SSBN REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY)                                            .......  ...........  .......      136,800  .......      +136,800
  13     DDG-51                                                                            3    3,198,311        3    3,218,311  .......       +20,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS                                                     .......    8,806,926  .......    8,751,265  .......       -55,661

     AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS:
  15     LHD-1 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP                                               .......      355,006  .......      591,306  .......      +236,300
  16     LPD-17                                                                            1    1,192,034        1    1,192,034  .......  ............
  17     LPD-17 (AP-CY)                                                              .......  ...........  .......       75,000  .......       +75,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS                                                   .......    1,547,040  .......    1,858,340  .......      +311,300

     AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM COSTS:
  19     OUTFITTING                                                                  .......      344,949  .......      348,449  .......        +3,500
  20     SERVICE CRAFT                                                               .......       31,480  .......       15,980  .......       -15,500
  21     LCAC SLEP                                                                         3       73,087        4       73,087       +1  ............
  24     COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS                                      .......      635,502  .......      635,502  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM                         .......    1,085,018  .......    1,073,018  .......       -12,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY                                    .......   11,438,984  .......   11,682,623  .......      +243,639
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                             [Dollars in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                         Committee   Change from
Line                         Item                          Qty.   2004 budget    Qty.    recommen-      budget
                                                                    estimate               dation      estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE AP 2005                  .......     $266,147  .......     $207,147     -$59,000
   4 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE AP 2006                  .......      490,251  .......      490,251  ...........
   4 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE AP 2007                  .......      129,887  .......       64,887      -65,000
   4 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE AP 2008                  .......      129,887  .......       64,887      -65,000
   7 CRUISER CONVERSION                                      1      194,440  .......  ...........     -194,440
  10 CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS AP 2005                   .......      367,832  .......      232,832     -135,000
         Premature Funding Request                     .......  ...........  .......  ...........     -135,000
  11 SSN SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS                 .......  ...........        2      450,000     +450,000
         SSN 699 ERO                                   .......  ...........  .......  ...........     +248,000
         SSN 707 ERO                                   .......  ...........  .......  ...........     +202,000
  12 SSN SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS AP  2005        .......       76,351  .......       20,351      -56,000
         Transfer to New SSBN ERO Line                 .......  ...........  .......  ...........      -56,000
  12 SSN SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS AP  2006        .......       88,021  .......  ...........      -88,021
         Transfer to New SSBN ERO Line                 .......  ...........  .......  ...........      -80,800
         Unjustified Request                           .......  ...........  .......  ...........       -7,221
 11A SSBN SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS                .......  ...........  .......  ...........  ...........
 12A SSBN SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS AP 2005        .......  ...........  .......       56,000      +56,000
 12A SSBN SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS AP 2006        .......  ...........  .......       80,800      +80,800
  13 DDG-51                                                  3    3,198,311        3    3,218,311      +20,000
         Pricing Adjustment                            .......  ...........  .......  ...........      +20,000
  15 LHD-1 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP                     .......      355,006  .......      591,306     +236,300
         Fiscal Year 2005 Increment for LHD-8          .......  ...........  .......  ...........     +236,300
  17 LPD-17 AP                                         .......  ...........  .......       75,000      +75,000
  19 OUTFITTING                                        .......      344,949  .......      348,449       +3,500
         Composite Surface Ship Louvers                .......  ...........  .......  ...........       +3,500
  20 SERVICE CRAFT                                     .......       31,480  .......       15,980      -15,500
         High-Speed Torpedo Retriever/Security  Craft  .......  ...........  .......  ...........       +4,500
         Underexecution                                .......  ...........  .......  ...........      -20,000
  21 LCAC SLEP                                               3       73,087        4       73,087  ...........
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    Virginia Class Submarine.--The President's budget requests 
funding and authority to enter into a multiyear procurement 
contract for seven Virginia [VA] Class submarines. In hopes of 
achieving cost savings for the VA Class, the Committee 
recommends granting multiyear procurement authority for five 
vessels, as it is premature to commit the Navy to procuring 
more than one submarine per year at this time.
    However, the Committee is disappointed by the Department's 
recent accounting for the costs of the program. The Department 
reports that the projected cost of the VA Class has increased 
by 24 percent. This figure assumes the Navy will achieve 7 
percent cost savings by shifting the current contractual 
arrangement to a multiyear. Program cost growth is properly 
measured against a fixed baseline. Therefore, methodologically, 
it is inappropriate for the Navy to subtract the potential 7 
percent savings from a proposed multiyear contract arrangement 
as a means of obscuring the actual 31 percent cost growth for 
the program. The Committee notes that by using anticipated 
future year savings as an offset for cost growth, the 
Department has clearly evaded the legal Nunn-McCurdy breach 
requirement for the VA Class program.
    Furthermore, the Navy has withheld financial information 
and has been unable to justify its request for $1,016,172,000 
in advance procurement for the program; thus, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $59,000,000 to the request. An 
additional reduction of $130,000,000 is recommended as a result 
of the Committee's revision to the multiyear authority request. 
The Committee directs the Navy to appropriately account for and 
justify all program costs and requests for funding in the 
future.
    Cruiser Conversion.--Public Law 107-117 provided 
$75,000,000 for the purpose of initiating a program for 
conversion and modernization of 27 Ticonderoga class AEGIS 
Cruisers. Two years after the provision of these funds, the 
Navy has requested funding for conversion of the first ship. 
The Committee is encouraged by the Navy's request to begin the 
program, but believes the proposed acquisition and funding 
strategies are inadequate. The intent of the program is to 
increase the service life of the AEGIS Cruisers and to upgrade 
and modernize their combat capabilities; however, the Navy has 
chosen the CG 71, one of the newest and most modern Cruisers as 
the first ship of the program. CG 71 is already configured with 
three of the key capabilities Cruiser Conversion promises to 
offer, Area Air Defense Capability, Cooperative Engagement 
Capability and Smartship. Further, the cost estimates for the 
program are questionable as production rates differ regionally 
and the Navy has yet to determine where the conversion work 
will be done. Finally, unlike other ship conversion or ``life 
extension'' programs, the Navy has requested funding 2 years 
prior to the start of the ship's availability. The Committee is 
supportive of the Cruiser Conversion program, but until the 
Navy can demonstrate a sound acquisition and funding strategy, 
the Committee recommends delaying the Cruiser Conversion 
program.
    SSN ERO Program.--The Committee is concerned about the 
instability in the Navy's Submarine Refueling Overhaul program. 
The fiscal year 2003 budget requested advance procurement 
funding for two submarines that were planned for the subsequent 
year's program. However, apparently due to affordability 
issues, the Navy chose rather to decommission one ship and 
delay the refueling of the other. The Committee is sensitive to 
budgetary constraints, but is apprehensive about 
decommissioning a ship that could be refueled, upgraded and 
returned to operations for approximately $250,000,000. The 
Committee recommends restoring funding for the vessel planned 
for inactivation and adds an additional $202,000,000 for the 
refueling of SSN 707.
    SSBN ERO Funding.--In order to more accurately account for 
the funds requested and provided for submarine refueling 
overhauls, the Committee recommends separate funding for SSN 
and SSBN submarines. The Committee has created new budget lines 
for SSBN full funding and advance procurement and directs the 
Navy to follow this configuration in the future.
    LPD-17.--The Committee is disappointed by the Department's 
revised acquisition strategy for the LPD-17 program. The new 
strategy which calls for a 1-1-0-2-1-1-1 construction profile 
from fiscal year 2003-09 creates instability in the program and 
the industrial base. In order to facilitate the procurement of 
an LPD in fiscal year 2005, the Committee recommends 
$75,000,000 in advance procurement funding for materials for 
LPD 23. Further, the Committee directs the Secretary of the 
Navy and the Secretary of Defense to fully fund the remainder 
of LPD 23 in the fiscal year 2005 budget.
    Ship Insulating Materials.--The Committee is concerned that 
the Navy is considering an alternative material for ship 
insulation that may have safety issues. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the Secretary of the Navy to submit a report 
to the congressional defense committees by December 31, 2003, 
describing any findings of the Naval Environmental Health 
Center [NEHC] regarding the short and long term effects of 
exposure to this material compared to the materials currently 
in use.

                        Other Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $4,612,910,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   4,679,443,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,734,808,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,734,808,000. This is $55,365,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
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     SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT:
   1         LM-2500 GAS TURBINE                                                     .......      $10,664  .......      $10,664  .......  ............
   2         ALLISON 501K GAS TURBINE                                                .......       12,910  .......       12,910  .......  ............

     PROPELLERS:
         NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:
   4         OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT                                              .......       15,130  .......       15,130  .......  ............
   5         UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT                                        .......        1,398  .......        1,398  .......  ............

     PERISCOPES:
   6     SUB PERISCOPES & IMAGING EQUIP                                              .......       33,391  .......       33,391  .......  ............

     OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT:
   7     FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT                                                      .......       22,015  .......       22,015  .......  ............
   8     COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCHBOARD                                             .......        4,102  .......        4,102  .......  ............
   9     POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                                                 .......       50,392  .......       50,392  .......  ............
  10     SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                 .......        8,830  .......        8,830  .......  ............
  12     SUBMARINE BATTERIES                                                         .......       11,471  .......       11,471  .......  ............
  13     STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                                            .......       26,660  .......       26,660  .......  ............
  14     DSSP EQUIPMENT                                                              .......       27,493  .......       27,493  .......  ............
  15     LCAC                                                                        .......       10,627  .......       10,627  .......  ............
  16     MINESWEEPING EQUIPMENT                                                      .......       13,592  .......       13,592  .......  ............
  17     ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                  .......      124,214  .......      130,714  .......       +$6,500
  19     SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                               .......       14,591  .......       14,591  .......  ............

     REACTOR PLANT EQUIPMENT:
  20     REACTOR POWER UNITS                                                         .......      333,107  .......      333,107  .......  ............
  21     REACTOR COMPONENTS                                                          .......      211,030  .......      211,030  .......  ............

     OCEAN ENGINEERING:
  22     DIVING AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT                                                .......        7,258  .......        7,258  .......  ............

     SMALL BOATS:
  23     STANDARD BOATS                                                              .......       53,913  .......       53,913  .......  ............

     TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
  24     OTHER SHIPS TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                              .......        8,115  .......        8,115  .......  ............

     PRODUCTION FACILITIES EQUIPMENT:
  25     OPERATING FORCES IPE                                                        .......        5,499  .......       44,873  .......       +39,374

     OTHER SHIP SUPPORT:
  26     NUCLEAR ALTERATIONS                                                         .......      128,441  .......      128,441  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                            .......    1,134,843  .......    1,180,717  .......       +45,874

     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT
     SHIP RADARS:
         SHIP SONARS:
  30         SPQ-9B RADAR                                                            .......        9,739  .......       19,439  .......        +9,700
  32         SSN ACOUSTICS                                                           .......      265,423  .......      268,423  .......        +3,000
  34         UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                      .......        5,758  .......        5,758  .......  ............
  35         SONAR SWITCHES AND TRANSDUCERS                                          .......       13,644  .......       13,644  .......  ............

     ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
  36     SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYSTEM                                           .......       24,631  .......       24,631  .......  ............
  37     SSTD                                                                        .......       11,277  .......       11,277  .......  ............
  39     FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                                   .......       46,360  .......       46,360  .......  ............
  40     SURTASS                                                                     .......       15,228  .......       15,228  .......  ............
  41     ASW OPERATIONS CENTER                                                       .......        6,516  .......       12,516  .......        +6,000

     ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT:
  42     AN/SLQ-32                                                                   .......       19,429  .......       19,429  .......  ............
  43     INFORMATION WARFARE SYSTEMS                                                 .......        4,191  .......        4,191  .......  ............

     RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT:
  44     SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT                                                        .......      123,267  .......      123,267  .......  ............

     SUBMARINE SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT:
  45     SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT PROG                                            .......       71,411  .......       71,411  .......  ............

     OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
  47     COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY                                           .......       62,845  .......       62,845  .......  ............
  48     GCCS-M EQUIPMENT                                                            .......       52,398  .......       52,398  .......  ............
  49     NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM (NTCSS)                               .......       52,594  .......       46,594  .......        -6,000
  50     ATDLS                                                                       .......       16,197  .......       16,197  .......  ............
  51     MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT                                             .......       18,324  .......       18,324  .......  ............
  52     NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS (SPACE)                                               .......       15,674  .......       15,674  .......  ............
  53     ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV                                                   .......        4,194  .......        4,194  .......  ............
  54     STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                                            .......        8,560  .......        8,560  .......  ............

     TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
  56     OTHER TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                                    .......       50,542  .......       50,542  .......  ............

     AVIATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
  57     MATCALS                                                                     .......       15,629  .......       15,629  .......  ............
  58     SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                               .......        7,860  .......        7,860  .......  ............
  59     AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM                                            .......       17,493  .......       17,493  .......  ............
  60     NATIONAL AIR SPACE SYSTEM                                                   .......       30,095  .......       16,095  .......       -14,000
  61     AIR STATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                               .......        7,633  .......        7,633  .......  ............
  63     FACSFAC                                                                     .......        4,337  .......        4,337  .......  ............
  64     ID SYSTEMS                                                                  .......       21,829  .......       21,829  .......  ............
  65     TAC A/C MISSION PLANNING SYS (TAMPS)                                        .......        8,639  .......        8,639  .......  ............

     OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
  66     DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONT                                           .......       46,551  .......       52,071  .......        +5,520
  69     DIMHRS                                                                      .......        5,512  .......        5,512  .......  ............
  70     COMMON IMAGERY GROUND SURFACE SYSTEMS                                       .......       60,600  .......       40,600  .......       -20,000
  71     RADIAC                                                                      .......        8,600  .......        8,600  .......  ............
  72     GPETE                                                                       .......       10,006  .......       10,006  .......  ............
  73     INTEG COMBAT SYSTEM TEST FACILITY                                           .......        8,726  .......        8,726  .......  ............
  74     EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION                                                 .......        6,469  .......        6,469  .......  ............
  75     ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                  .......       15,420  .......       20,420  .......        +5,000

     SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS:
  76     SHIPBOARD TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS                                           .......       49,430  .......       49,430  .......  ............
  77     SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION                                              .......      175,087  .......      175,087  .......  ............
  78     COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER $5M                                              .......       25,213  .......       26,413  .......        +1,200

     SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS
  79     SHORE LF/VLF COMMUNICATIONS                                                 .......       16,591  .......       16,591  .......  ............
  80     SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT                                           .......      104,935  .......      110,935  .......        +6,000

     SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:
  81     SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                            .......      257,388  .......      172,388  .......       -85,000

     SHORE COMMUNICATIONS:
  82     JCS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT                                                .......        3,939  .......        3,939  .......  ............
  83     ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS                                                    .......        1,437  .......        1,437  .......  ............
  84     NSIPS                                                                       .......          363  .......          363  .......  ............
  85     JEDMICS                                                                     .......  ...........  .......        7,500  .......        +7,500
  86     NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS                                                  .......       75,336  .......       75,336  .......  ............
     CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT:
  87     INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM (ISSP)                                        .......       81,938  .......       81,938  .......  ............

     CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT:
  88     CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP                                            .......       24,739  .......       24,739  .......  ............

     OTHER ELECTRONIC SUPPORT:
  89     COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT                                                       .......       12,582  .......       12,582  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT                           .......    2,002,579  .......    1,921,499  .......       -81,080

     AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         SONOBUOYS:
  91       SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES                                                      .......       85,632  .......       85,632  .......  ............
     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
  92     WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                             .......       30,981  .......       30,981  .......  ............
  93     EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELDS                                                     .......        7,569  .......        7,569  .......  ............
  94     AIRCRAFT REARMING EQUIPMENT                                                 .......       11,850  .......       11,850  .......  ............
  95     AIRCRAFT LAUNCH & RECOVERY EQUIPMENT                                        .......       20,277  .......       20,277  .......  ............
  96     METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT                                                    .......       25,658  .......       25,658  .......  ............
  97     OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT                                                .......        1,775  .......        1,775  .......  ............
  98     AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT                                                       .......       27,749  .......       35,749  .......        +8,000
  99     AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES                                               .......       13,624  .......       13,624  .......  ............
 100     LAMPS MK III SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT                                            .......       22,537  .......       22,537  .......  ............
 101     OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                            .......        4,969  .......        4,969  .......  ............
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           TOTAL, AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         .......      252,621  .......      260,621  .......        +8,000

     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         SHIP GUN SYSTEM EQUIPMENT:
 103         NAVAL FIRES CONTROL SYSTEM                                              .......        4,301  .......       23,501  .......       +19,200
 104         MK98-NIGHT VISION DEVICES                                               .......       12,638  .......       12,638  .......  ............

     SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT:
 105     NATO SEASPARROW                                                             .......       32,797  .......       32,797  .......  ............
 106     RAM GMLS                                                                    .......       31,300  .......       31,300  .......  ............
 107     SHIP SELF DEFENSE SYSTEM                                                    .......       58,089  .......       58,089  .......  ............
 108     AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                     .......      105,227  .......      111,227  .......        +6,000
 109     SURFACE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                          .......       63,423  .......       63,423  .......  ............
 110     SUBMARINE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIP                                            .......        5,786  .......        5,786  .......  ............
 111     VERTICAL LAUNCH SYSTEMS                                                     .......        7,875  .......        7,875  .......  ............

     FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 113     STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIP                                             .......      103,874  .......      103,874  .......  ............

     ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 114     SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS                                                  .......       68,032  .......       68,032  .......  ............
 115     SUBMARINE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                             .......        4,951  .......        4,951  .......  ............
 116     SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                               .......        4,780  .......       11,780  .......        +7,000
 117     ASW RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                 .......        7,275  .......        7,275  .......  ............

     OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 118     EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP                                           .......        8,083  .......       11,083  .......        +3,000
 119     ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                  .......        4,726  .......        4,726  .......  ............

     OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE:
 120     ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM                                              .......       44,757  .......       55,757  .......       +11,000
 121     SURFACE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                                                .......        7,352  .......        7,352  .......  ............
 122     SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                                              .......       25,150  .......       30,150  .......        +5,000
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           TOTAL, ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         .......      600,416  .......      651,616  .......       +51,200

     CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 124     PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                                                 .......        2,305  .......        2,305  .......  ............
 125     GENERAL PURPOSE TRUCKS                                                      .......        1,472  .......        1,472  .......  ............
 126     CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE EQUIP                                            .......       19,721  .......       19,721  .......  ............
 127     FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT                                                     .......        8,834  .......        8,834  .......  ............
 128     TACTICAL VEHICLES                                                           .......       38,745  .......       77,490  .......       +38,745
 129     AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT                                                        .......        4,251  .......        4,251  .......  ............
 130     POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                                                 .......        5,007  .......        5,007  .......  ............
 131     ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION                                                      .......       13,608  .......       13,608  .......  ............
 132     PHYSICAL SECURITY VEHICLES                                                  .......          943  .......          943  .......  ............
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           TOTAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                .......       94,886  .......      133,631  .......       +38,745

     SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 133     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT                                                .......       15,053  .......       15,053  .......  ............
 134     OTHER SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              .......       13,883  .......       19,883  .......        +6,000
 135     FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                            .......        5,197  .......        5,197  .......  ............
 136     SPECIAL PURPOSE SUPPLY SYSTEMS                                              .......       75,571  .......       75,571  .......  ............
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           TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                           .......      109,704  .......      115,704  .......        +6,000

     PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         TRAINING DEVICES:
 137         TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              .......        2,532  .......        2,532  .......  ............

     COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 138     COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                   .......       60,688  .......       47,314  .......       -13,374
 139     EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                 .......        7,786  .......        7,786  .......  ............
 140     MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                   .......        9,511  .......        9,511  .......  ............
 141     INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              .......       21,148  .......       21,148  .......  ............
 142     OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                          .......        9,219  .......        9,219  .......  ............
 143     MOBILE SENSOR PLATFORM                                                      .......       35,899  .......       35,899  .......  ............
 144     ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                             .......       15,349  .......       15,349  .......  ............
 145     PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                                 .......       74,626  .......       74,626  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                            .......      236,758  .......      223,384  .......       -13,374

 149 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                         .......      247,636  .......      247,636  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                            .......    4,679,443  .......    4,734,808  .......       +55,365
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  17 ITEMS LESS THAN           124,214         130,714          +6,500
      $5 MILLION
         Carrier        ..............  ..............          +4,500
          Weapon
          Elevators
         Integrated     ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Condition
          Assessment
          System
          [ICAS]
  25 OPERATING FORCES            5,499          44,873         +39,374
      IPE
         Shipyard       ..............  ..............         +20,374
          Capital
          Investment
          Program
          (transfer
          from Line
          138)
         IPDE           ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Enhancement
          and PDM
          Interoperabi
          lity
         PHNSY          ..............  ..............         +15,000
          Equipment
  30 SPQ-9B RADAR                9,739          19,439          +9,700
         AN/SPQ-9B      ..............  ..............          +9,700
          Shipboard
          Radar
          Transmitter
          Upgrade
  32 SSN ACOUSTICS             265,423         268,423          +3,000
         Common Depth   ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Sounder
  41 ASW OPERATIONS              6,516          12,516          +6,000
      CENTER
         P-3C AIP TCDL  ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Upgrade
          Program
  49 NAVAL TACTICAL             52,594          46,594          -6,000
      COMMAND SUPPORT
      SYSTEM [NTCSS]
         Transfer to    ..............  ..............          -6,000
          RDN, PE
          0603758N
  60 NATIONAL AIR               30,095          16,095         -14,000
      SPACE SYSTEM
         Delay in       ..............  ..............         -14,000
          MOT&E; of
          DASR Radar
  66 DEPLOYABLE JOINT           46,551          52,071          +5,520
      COMMAND AND CONT
         Transfer from  ..............  ..............          +5,520
          RDN--install
          ations
  70 COMMON IMAGERY             60,600          40,600         -20,000
      GROUND SURFACE
      SYSTEMS
         Transfer to    ..............  ..............         -10,000
          RDN, PE
          0603758N
         Tactical       ..............  ..............         -10,000
          Input
          Segment
          [JSIPS-N]
          execution
          delays
  75 ITEMS LESS THAN            15,420          20,420          +5,000
      $5 MILLION
         Shipboard      ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Communicatio
          ns Upgrade
  78 COMMUNICATIONS             25,213          26,413          +1,200
      ITEMS UNDER $5
      MILLION
         CSEL           ..............  ..............          -1,800
          Requirements
          Change
         Integrated     ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Communicatio
          n System for
          Aircraft
          Carriers and
          Command
          Ships
  80 SUBMARINE                 104,935         110,935          +6,000
      COMMUNICATION
      EQUIPMENT
         Submarine      ..............  ..............          +6,000
          High Data
          Rate Antenna
  81 SATELLITE                 257,388         172,388         -85,000
      COMMUNICATIONS
      SYSTEMS
         Program        ..............  ..............         -85,000
          Growth
  85 JEDMICS            ..............           7,500          +7,500
         Combined       ..............  ..............          +7,500
          Operations
          Wide Area
          Network
  98 AVIATION LIFE              27,749          35,749          +8,000
      SUPPORT
         CSEL           ..............  ..............          -6,500
          Requirements
          Change
         Joint          ..............  ..............          +7,000
          Technical
          Data
          Integration/
          Automated
          Maintenance
          Environment
          [JTDI/AME]
         MBU-23/P       ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Oxygen Masks
         Multi-Climate  ..............  ..............          +4,500
          Protection
          Clothing
 103 NAVAL FIRES                 4,301          23,501         +19,200
      CONTROL SYSTEM
         Littoral       ..............  ..............         +19,200
          Surveillance
          System
 108 AEGIS SUPPORT             105,227         111,227          +6,000
      EQUIPMENT
         Integrated     ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Bridge
          System
 116 SURFACE ASW                 4,780          11,780          +7,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Mk32 SVTT      ..............  ..............          +7,000
          Remanufactur
          e
 118 EXPLOSIVE                   8,083          11,083          +3,000
      ORDNANCE
      DISPOSAL
      EQUIPMENT
         SCOUT High     ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Pressure Air
          System
 120 ANTI-SHIP MISSILE          44,757          55,757         +11,000
      DECOY SYSTEM
         NULKA          ..............  ..............         +11,000
 122 SUBMARINE                  25,150          30,150          +5,000
      TRAINING DEVICE
      MODS
         Submarine      ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Training
          Performance
          Support
          Systems
 128 TACTICAL VEHICLES          38,745          77,490         +38,745
         Additional     ..............  ..............         +38,745
          MTVR
 134 OTHER SUPPLY               13,883          19,883          +6,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Serial Number  ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Tracking
          System
 138 COMMAND SUPPORT            60,688          47,314         -13,374
      EQUIPMENT
         Shipyard       ..............  ..............         -20,374
          Capital
          Investment
          Program
          (transfer to
          Line 25)
         Man Overboard  ..............  ..............          +7,000
          Identificati
          on System
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    SATCOM Equipment Procurement.--The Committee is concerned 
about the rate of program growth in the procurement of various 
satellite communications equipment in fiscal year 2004, a 95 
percent increase over the amount requested in fiscal year 2003. 
This growth is particularly questionable given the historic 
usage of this line as a source for below threshold 
reprogrammings. The Committee recommends a reduction of 
$85,000,000 which is still a 31 percent increase over fiscal 
year 2003. While the Committee remains supportive of this 
program, it urges the Department of the Navy to better budget 
for these equipment purchases over the Future Year Defense 
Plan.
    Physical Security Equipment.--The Committee is concerned 
about reported changes in the way the Navy may execute programs 
under the Physical Security Equipment line in the Other 
Procurement, Navy account. These changes could delay the 
procurement and installation of this important equipment. The 
Committee, therefore, directs the Navy to submit a report to 
the congressional defense committees not later than 60 days 
after the enactment of this Act that details these changes and 
how, and by what organization, this equipment will be procured.

                       Procurement, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,388,583,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,070,999,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,090,399,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,090,399,000. This is $19,400,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES:
         TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
   1         AAV7A1 PIP                                                              .......      $11,297  .......      $11,297  .......  ............
   2         AAAV                                                                    .......       97,915  .......       97,915  .......  ............
   3         LAV PIP                                                                 .......       13,191  .......       13,191  .......  ............
   4         IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (IRV)                                         .......        3,650  .......        3,650  .......  ............
   5         MODIFICATION KITS (TRKD VEH)                                            .......        6,757  .......        6,757  .......  ............
   6         M1A1 FIREPOWER ENHANCEMENTS                                             .......        4,222  .......        4,222  .......  ............

     ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS:
   7     HIMARS                                                                            1       17,954        1       17,954  .......  ............
   8     155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER                                                 60      111,489       60      111,489  .......  ............
   9     MOD KITS (ARTILLERY)                                                        .......        3,305  .......        3,305  .......  ............
  10     MARINE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM                                                  .......        6,898  .......        6,898  .......  ............
  11     WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES UNDER $5 MILLION                                .......        4,977  .......        9,977  .......       +$5,000
     WEAPONS:
  12     MODULAR WEAPON SYSTEM                                                       .......       13,712  .......       13,712  .......  ............

     OTHER SUPPORT:
  13     OPERATIONS OTHER THAN WAR                                                   .......        1,349  .......        1,349  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES                                        .......      296,716  .......      301,716  .......        +5,000

     GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT:
         GUIDED MISSILES:
  14         EADS MOD                                                                .......        1,996  .......        1,996  .......  ............
  16         PEDESTAL MOUNTED STINGER (PMS) (MYP)                                    .......          817  .......          817  .......  ............
  18         PREDATOR (SRAW)                                                             526       36,398      526       36,398  .......  ............

     OTHER SUPPORT:
  19     MODIFICATION KITS                                                           .......          587  .......          587  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT                                      .......       39,798  .......       39,798  .......  ............

     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
         VEHICLE MOUNTED RADIOS AND EQUIPMENT:
  20         SMALL UNIT REMOTE SCOUTING SYSTEM                                       .......        2,058  .......        2,058  .......  ............

     COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS:
  21     UNIT OPERATIONS CENTER                                                      .......       29,225  .......       29,225  .......  ............
  22     GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                                .......       13,548  .......       13,548  .......  ............
  23     MULTIPLE ROLE RADAR SYSTEM                                                  .......        1,633  .......        1,633  .......  ............
  24     JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEMS                                                .......       13,919  .......       13,919  .......  ............
  25     TRANSITION SWITCH MODULE                                                    .......       23,072  .......       23,072  .......  ............

     REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT:
  27     AUTO TEST EQUIP SYS                                                         .......       20,462  .......       20,462  .......  ............
  28     GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIP                                       .......        8,369  .......        8,369  .......  ............

     RADAR + EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
  29     RADAR SET AN/TPS-59                                                         .......       18,211  .......       18,211  .......  ............

     INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
  30     TACTICAL REMOTE SENSOR SYSTEM                                               .......        9,476  .......        9,476  .......  ............
  31     INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              .......       12,476  .......       12,476  .......  ............
  32     MOD KITS (INTEL)                                                            .......        7,856  .......        7,856  .......  ............

     REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
  34     GENERAL PURPOSE MECHANICAL TMDE                                             .......       13,215  .......       13,215  .......  ............

     OTHER COMM/ELEC EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
  35     NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT                                                      .......       24,428  .......       32,828  .......        +8,400

     OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL):
  36     ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION (COMM & ELEC)                                        .......          463  .......          463  .......  ............
  37     COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES                                                   .......       61,514  .......       61,514  .......  ............
  38     COMMAND POST SYSTEMS                                                        .......        9,316  .......        9,316  .......  ............
  39     RADIO SYSTEMS                                                               .......       10,633  .......       16,633  .......        +6,000
  40     COMM SWITCHING & CONTROL SYSTEMS                                            .......       19,252  .......       19,252  .......  ............
  41     COMM & ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT                                          .......       24,360  .......       24,360  .......  ............
  42     MOD KITS MAGTF C41                                                          .......       20,786  .......       20,786  .......  ............
  43     AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS                                                   .......       10,790  .......       10,790  .......  ............
  44     INTELLIGENCE C2 SYSTEMS                                                     .......        3,626  .......        3,626  .......  ............
  45     FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                                         .......       28,444  .......       28,444  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT                           .......      387,132  .......      401,532  .......       +14,400

     SUPPORT VEHICLES:
         ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES:
  46         COMMERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES                                                30          963       30          963  .......  ............
  47         COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES                                               .......       10,278  .......       10,278  .......  ............

     TACTICAL VEHICLES:
  48     5/4T TRUCK HMMWV (MYP)                                                        1,738      124,548    1,738      124,548  .......  ............
  49     MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE REPLACEMENT                                         .......        4,611  .......        4,611  .......  ............
  50     LOGISTICS VEHICLE SYSTEM REP                                                .......        3,386  .......        3,386  .......  ............

     OTHER SUPPORT:
  52     ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                  .......        4,027  .......        4,027  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT VEHICLES                                                   .......      147,813  .......      147,813  .......  ............

     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT:
  53     ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL EQUIP ASSORT                                          .......        2,724  .......        2,724  .......  ............
  55     BULK LIQUID EQUIPMENT                                                       .......       15,812  .......       15,812  .......  ............
  56     TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS                                                       .......        5,067  .......        5,067  .......  ............
  57     DEMOLITION SUPPORT SYSTEMS                                                  .......        2,041  .......        2,041  .......  ............
  58     POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED                                                    .......       12,982  .......       12,982  .......  ............
  59     FAMILY OF EOD EQUIPMENT                                                     .......        4,608  .......        4,608  .......  ............
  60     BRIDGE BOATS                                                                .......       10,760  .......       10,760  .......  ............

     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
  62     AMPHIBIOUS RAID EQUIPMENT                                                   .......       21,404  .......       21,404  .......  ............
  63     PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                                 .......        5,064  .......        5,064  .......  ............
  64     GARRISON MOBILE ENGR EQUIP                                                  .......       10,742  .......       10,742  .......  ............
  65     MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP                                                     .......       27,885  .......       27,885  .......  ............
  66     FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                            .......        8,091  .......        8,091  .......  ............

     GENERAL PROPERTY:
  67     FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                                                     .......        1,975  .......        1,975  .......  ............
  68     TRAINING DEVICES                                                            .......       19,988  .......       19,988  .......  ............
  69     CONTAINER FAMILY                                                            .......        5,150  .......        5,150  .......  ............
  70     FAMILY OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT                                            .......       14,380  .......       14,380  .......  ............

     OTHER SUPPORT:
  73     FAMILY OF INCIDENT RESPONSE                                                 .......        3,447  .......        3,447  .......  ............
  74     MODIFICATION KITS                                                           .......        2,597  .......        2,597  .......  ............
  75     ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                  .......        5,206  .......        5,206  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT                                       .......      179,923  .......      179,923  .......  ............
  77 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                         .......       19,617  .......       19,617  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS                                          .......    1,070,999  .......    1,090,399  .......       +19,400
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  11WEAPONS AND COMBAT           4,977           9,977          +5,000
     VEHICLES UNDER $5
     MILLION
        M249 Squad      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Automatic
         Weapon
  35NIGHT VISION                24,428          32,828          +8,400
     EQUIPMENT
        AN/PVS-14       ..............  ..............          +5,400
         Monocular
         Night Vision
         Device
        AN/PVS-17 Mini  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Night Vision
         Sight
  39RADIO SYSTEMS               10,633          16,633          +6,000
        Lightweight     ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Multi-Band
         Satellite
         Terminal
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $13,137,255,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  12,079,360,000
Committee recommendation................................  11,997,460,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$11,997,460,000. This is $81,900,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     COMBAT AIRCRAFT:
         TACTICAL FORCES:
   3         F-22 RAPTOR                                                                  22   $3,727,093       22   $3,571,093  .......     -$156,000
   4         F-22 RAPTOR (AP-CY)                                                     .......      498,285  .......      498,285  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                                                .......    4,225,378  .......    4,069,378  .......      -156,000

     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
         TACTICAL AIRLIFT:
   5         C-17A (MYP)                                                                  11    2,027,572       11    2,125,572  .......       +98,000
   6         C-17A (MYP) (AP-CY)                                                     .......      504,100  .......      406,100  .......       -98,000
   7         C-17 ICS                                                                .......      927,627  .......      977,627  .......       +50,000

     OTHER AIRLIFT:
   9     C-130J                                                                            5      335,991        5      335,991  .......  ............
  10     ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)                                                    .......      110,000  .......      110,000  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                                                   .......    3,905,290  .......    3,955,290  .......       +50,000

     TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
         OPERATIONAL TRAINERS:
  12         JPATS                                                                        52      280,569       52      280,569  .......  ............

     OTHER AIRCRAFT:
         HELICOPTERS:
  13         V-22 OSPREY                                                                   2      217,853        2      217,853  .......  ............
  14         V-22 OSPREY (AP-CY)                                                     .......       15,150  .......       15,150  .......  ............

     MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT:
  16     CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C                                                             27        2,540       27        2,540  .......  ............

     OTHER AIRCRAFT:
  17     TARGET DRONES                                                               .......       48,402  .......       48,402  .......  ............
  20     HAEUAV                                                                            4      197,912        4      197,912  .......  ............
  21     HAEUAV (AP-CY)                                                              .......       55,000  .......       55,000  .......  ............
  22     PREDATOR UAV                                                                     16      193,569       16      193,569  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                     .......      730,426  .......      730,426  .......  ............

     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT:
         STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT:
  23         B-2A                                                                    .......       76,464  .......       71,464  .......        -5,000
  24         B-1B                                                                    .......       91,623  .......       76,623  .......       -15,000
  25         B-52                                                                    .......       61,133  .......       77,833  .......       +16,700
  26         F-117                                                                   .......       16,790  .......       16,790  .......  ............

     TACTICAL AIRCRAFT:
  27     A-10                                                                        .......       17,769  .......       17,769  .......  ............
  28     F-15                                                                        .......      197,605  .......      219,105  .......       +21,500
  29     F-16                                                                        .......      300,596  .......      324,596  .......       +24,000
  30     F22 RAPTOR                                                                  .......        8,284  .......        8,284  .......  ............
  31     T/AT-37                                                                     .......           79  .......           79  .......  ............

     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
  32     C-5                                                                         .......       92,047  .......       92,047  .......  ............
  33     C-9                                                                         .......          978  .......          978  .......  ............
  34     C-17A                                                                       .......       42,801  .......       42,801  .......  ............
  35     C-21                                                                        .......        1,367  .......        1,367  .......  ............
  36     C-32A                                                                       .......          189  .......          189  .......  ............
  37     C-37A                                                                       .......          355  .......          355  .......  ............

     TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
  39     T6 MODIFICATIONS                                                            .......        4,201  .......        4,201  .......  ............
  40     T-38                                                                        .......      132,196  .......      132,196  .......  ............
  41     T-41 AIRCRAFT                                                               .......           88  .......           88  .......  ............
  42     T-43                                                                        .......        8,224  .......        8,224  .......  ............

     OTHER AIRCRAFT:
  43     KC-10A (ATCA)                                                               .......       20,622  .......       20,622  .......  ............
  44     C-12                                                                        .......        5,769  .......        5,769  .......  ............
  46     C-20 MODS                                                                   .......          444  .......          444  .......  ............
  47     VC-25A MOD                                                                  .......       69,857  .......       69,857  .......  ............
  48     C-40                                                                        .......          200  .......          200  .......  ............
  49     C-130                                                                       .......      195,737  .......      218,637  .......       +22,900
  50     C130J MODS                                                                  .......        9,759  .......        9,759  .......  ............
  51     C-135                                                                       .......      176,382  .......      121,382  .......       -55,000
         DARP                                                                        .......       90,133  .......       99,133  .......        +9,000
         AIRBORNE TANKER INITIATIVE                                                  .......  ...........  .......  ...........  .......  ............
  54     E-3                                                                         .......       53,467  .......       53,467  .......  ............
  55     E-4                                                                         .......       58,708  .......       58,708  .......  ............
  56     E-8                                                                         .......       36,017  .......       36,017  .......  ............
  57     H-1                                                                         .......        3,367  .......        3,367  .......  ............
  58     H-60                                                                        .......       44,723  .......       44,723  .......  ............
  59     OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                              .......       69,706  .......       69,706  .......  ............
  60     PREDATOR MODS                                                               .......       14,178  .......       14,178  .......  ............
  61     CV-22 MODS                                                                  .......          279  .......          279  .......  ............

     OTHER MODIFICATIONS:
  62     CLASSIFIED PROJECTS                                                         .......       16,525  .......       16,525  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT                                 .......    1,918,662  .......    1,937,762  .......       +19,100

     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS:
  63     REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                                                  .......      190,132  .......      190,132  .......  ............
  64     SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES                                                   .......       11,381  .......       16,381  .......        +5,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                   .......      201,513  .......      206,513  .......        +5,000
     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  65     COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                    .......      216,219  .......      216,219  .......  ............
     POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT:
  66     B-1                                                                         .......        8,448  .......        8,448  .......  ............
  67     B-2A                                                                        .......        6,919  .......        6,919  .......  ............
  68     B-2A                                                                        .......       31,556  .......       31,556  .......  ............
  69     C-130                                                                       .......        8,470  .......        8,470  .......  ............
  70     F-15 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                                                .......        7,292  .......        7,292  .......  ............
  71     F-16 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                                                .......       13,871  .......       13,871  .......  ............
  72     REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                                                  .......       21,728  .......       21,728  .......  ............

  73 WAR CONSUMABLES                                                                 .......       25,716  .......       25,716  .......  ............
     OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES:
  74     REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                                                  .......      327,231  .......      327,231  .......  ............
  75     DEPOT MODERNIZATION                                                         .......       57,690  .......       57,690  .......  ............

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS:
  76     REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                                                  .......        9,449  .......        9,449  .......  ............
  77     DARP                                                                        .......       82,933  .......       82,933  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                          .......      817,522  .......      817,522  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                    .......   12,079,360  .......   11,997,460  .......       -81,900
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2004 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3F-22 RAPTOR           3,727,093        3,571,093         -156,000
        Manufacturi  ...............  ...............        -161,000
         ng
         efficienci
         es
        Producibili  ...............  ...............          +5,000
         ty
   5C-17A (MYP)           2,027,572        2,125,572          +98,000
        C-17 MYP     ...............  ...............         +98,000
         realignmen
         t
   6C-17A [MYP] [AP-        504,100          406,100          -98,000
     CY]
        C-17 AP      ...............  ...............         -98,000
         realignmen
         t
   7C-17 ICS                927,627          977,627          +50,000
        Interim      ...............  ...............         +50,000
         Contractor
         Support
  23B-2A                     76,464           71,464           -5,000
        Unjustified  ...............  ...............          -5,000
         Interim
         Contractor
         Support
         Costs
  24B1-B                     91,623           76,623          -15,000
        Wind         ...............  ...............         -15,000
         Corrected
         Munitions
         Dispenser
         kits
  25B-52                     61,133           77,833          +16,700
        B-52         ...............  ...............         +16,700
         Attrition
         Reserve
  28F-15                    197,605          219,105          +21,500
        Air to Air   ...............  ...............         +11,500
         Interrogat
         or/IFF
        F-15E ALQ-   ...............  ...............         +10,000
         135 Band
         1.5
  29F-16                    300,596          324,596          +24,000
        F-16 Block   ...............  ...............         +20,000
         42 engine
         Upgrades
        OBOGS        ...............  ...............          +4,000
         retrofit
  49C-130                   195,737          218,637          +22,900
        Ku-band      ...............  ...............          +6,800
         SATCOM
         Upgrade
        APN-241      ...............  ...............          +3,100
         radar
         Upgrade
         for the
         Air
         National
         Guard
        176th HC-    ...............  ...............         +13,000
         130 LAIRCM
  51C-135                   176,382          121,382          -55,000
        Boom         ...............  ...............          +5,000
         Operator
         Weapon
         System
         Trainer
        GATM         ...............  ...............         +10,000
        Re-Engining  ...............  ...............         -70,000
  53DARP                     90,133           99,133           +9,000
        SENIOR       ...............  ...............          +3,000
         SCOUT
        SENIOR       ...............  ...............          +3,000
         SCOUT
         Directiona
         l finding
         and
         location
         upgrade
        COBRA BALL   ...............  ...............          +3,000
         Dual sided
         collection
         modificati
         on
  64SPECIAL                  11,381           16,381           +5,000
     OPERATIONS
     FORCES
        Magnetic     ...............  ...............          +5,000
         Bearing
         Cooling
         Turbine
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    F/A-22.--The budget request included $3,727,093,000 for the 
procurement of 22 F/A-22 aircraft. The Committee recommends 
procurement of 22 F/A-22 Raptor aircraft, equal to the quantity 
sought in the budget request, and recommends a decrease of 
$161,000,000. The Committee is encouraged by the reduced vendor 
costs that enabled the program to procure an additional Lot 3 
aircraft. Stability in the vendor supply base and manufacturing 
efficiencies should help the Air Force and the contractor to 
control costs, and achieve additional savings during fiscal 
year 2004.
    CAMAA Initiative.--The Committee recognizes the potential 
military and commercial value of expanding the Civil Reserve 
Air Fleet with outsize cargo capacity, and encourages the Air 
Force to explore ways to accelerate the Commercial Application 
of Military Airlift Aircraft [CAMAA] initiative. Accordingly, 
the Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force to provide 
a detailed CAMAA implementation plan to the Defense 
Subcommittee prior to June 1, 2004.
    C-17.--In response to congressional direction, the Air 
Force has restructured the procurement profile for the C-17. 
The Committee recommends a realignment of $98,000,000 from 
fiscal year 2004 [AP] to fiscal year 2004 MYP.
    B-2A.--During the Committee's review of the budget request, 
the Air Force was unable to correlate cost and activity for 
interim contractor support. The Committee recommends a decrease 
of $5,000,000.
    C-130E/H.--The Committee recommends an additional 
$3,100,000 only for procurement of the four APN-241 radars for 
the Nevada Air National Guard.
    KC-135.--The Committee recommends an additional $10,000,000 
for Global Air Traffic Management upgrades for KC-135R 
aircraft. The budget request included funding for engine 
replacements for KC-135E aircraft scheduled for retirement by 
fiscal year 2008. Following installation of any new engines, 
these aircraft would be available for less than 2 years. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends a decrease of $70,000,000.
    SENIOR SCOUT.--The Committee recommends an increase of 
$6,000,000 above the funds sought in the budget request for the 
equipment modernization of the SENIOR SCOUT program. Of these 
funds, $3,000,000 is only for the system's Radio Frequency/
Directional Finder Search and collection capability.
    Aircraft Beddown Plan.--After giving due study to the Air 
Force beddown plan for all aircraft, the Committee is not 
satisfied that recent operational commitments of the Guard and 
Reserve have been fully considered. The Committee directs the 
Air Force to review current delivery or beddown plans for all 
aircraft in the context of Air National Guard and Air Force 
Reserve requirements. The Air Force shall provide the Committee 
with an updated plan prior to March 15, 2004.

                     Missile Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $3,174,739,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   4,393,039,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,215,333,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,215,333,000. This is $177,706,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BALLISTIC MISSILES:
         MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT--BALLISTIC:
   1         MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQ--BALLIS                                          .......      $50,713  .......      $50,713  .......  ............

     OTHER MISSILES:
         TACTICAL:
   2         JASSM                                                                       250      102,534      100       38,500     -150      -$64,034
   3         JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON                                                       325       79,981      325       79,981  .......  ............
   4         SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X)                                                         386       69,072      286       53,572     -100       -15,500
   5         AMRAAM                                                                      201      105,246      201      105,246  .......  ............
   6         PREDATOR HELLFIRE MISSILE                                                   280       23,117      200       10,000      -80       -13,117

     INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES:
   8     REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                                                  .......        1,948  .......        1,948  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                                                     .......      381,898  .......      289,247  .......       -92,651

     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES:
         CLASS IV:
   9         ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                                                 .......        3,498  .......        3,498  .......  ............
  10         MM III MODIFICATIONS                                                    .......      606,964  .......      610,964  .......        +4,000
  11         AGM-65D MAVERICK                                                        .......          318  .......          318  .......  ............
  12         AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE                                               .......       11,478  .......        2,000  .......        -9,478
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES                             .......      622,258  .......      616,780  .......        -5,478

  14 REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                                                      .......       78,449  .......       78,449  .......  ............

     OTHER SUPPORT:
         SPACE PROGRAMS:
  16     WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES                                               .......       34,588  .......        7,011  .......       -27,577
  18     SPACEBORNE EQUIP (COMSEC)                                                   .......        9,145  .......        9,145  .......  ............
  19     GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)                                                  .......      226,622  .......      226,622  .......  ............
  20     GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE) (AP-CY)                                          .......       32,230  .......       32,230  .......  ............
  22     DEF METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG (S)                                             .......       68,026  .......       68,026  .......  ............
  23     DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRAM (SPACE)                                             .......      113,067  .......      113,067  .......  ............
  24     DEFENSE SATELLITE COMM SYSTEM                                               .......       12,479  .......       12,479  .......  ............
  25     TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS (SPACE)                                                .......       91,499  .......       46,499  .......       -45,000
  26     EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEH                                                     4      609,310        4      609,310  .......  ............
  27     MEDIUM LAUNCH VEHICLE (SPACE)                                               .......       91,128  .......       91,128  .......  ............

     SPECIAL PROGRAMS:
  29     DEFENSE SPACE RECONN PROGRAM                                                .......      292,000  .......      292,000  .......  ............
  30     SPECIAL PROGRAMS                                                            .......    1,552,081  .......    1,545,081  .......        -7,000
  31     SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS                                                     .......      127,546  .......      127,546  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT                                                      .......    3,259,721  .......    3,180,144  .......       -79,577
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                     .......    4,393,039  .......    4,215,333  .......      -177,706
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2004 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 JASSM                           102,534       38,500      -64,034
         Operational Test        ...........  ...........      -64,034
          Delays--Maintain LRIP
   4 SIDEWINDER [AIM-9X]              69,072       53,572      -15,500
         Maintain LRIP           ...........  ...........      -15,500
   6 PREDATOR HELLFIRE MISSILE        23,117       10,000      -13,117
         Quantity Reduction      ...........  ...........      -13,117
  10 MM III MODIFICATIONS            606,964      610,964       +4,000
         Shipping Containers     ...........  ...........       +4,000
  12 AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE        11,478        2,000       -9,478
         Premature Procurement   ...........  ...........       -9,478
  16 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER               34,588        7,011      -27,577
      SATELLITES
         WGS Launch Delays       ...........  ...........      -27,577
  25 TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS             91,499       46,499      -45,000
      [SPACE]
         Launch Delays           ...........  ...........      -45,000
  30 SPECIAL PROGRAMS              1,552,081    1,545,081       -7,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Wideband Gapfiller Satellites.--The budget request included 
$27,577,000 for flight support of Wideband Gapfiller Satellite 
1. Delivery and launch of this satellite has been delayed, 
therefore the Committee recommends a reduction of $27,577,000.

                  Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,288,164,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,284,725,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,265,582,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,265,582,000. This is $19,143,000 below the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE:
   1     ROCKETS                                                                     .......      $64,494  .......      $64,494  .......  ............
   2     CARTRIDGES                                                                  .......      159,746  .......      159,746  .......  ............

     BOMBS:
   3     PRACTICE BOMBS                                                              .......       45,909  .......       45,909  .......  ............
   4     GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                                                       .......      167,834  .......      167,834  .......  ............
   6     SENSOR FUZED WEAPON                                                             294      117,841      294      117,841  .......  ............
   7     JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                                                 20,244      427,709   20,244      427,709  .......  ............
   8     WIND CORRECTED MUNITIONS DISP                                                 2,516       72,411    2,516       72,411  .......  ............

     FLARE, IR MJU-7B:
   9     CAD/PAD                                                                     .......       20,030  .......       20,030  .......  ............
  10     EXPLOSIVE ORDINANCE DISPOSAL                                                .......        3,175  .......        3,175  .......  ............
  11     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                     .......          164  .......          164  .......  ............
  12     REPLENISHMENT SPARES                                                        .......        3,167  .......        3,167  .......  ............
  13     MODIFICATIONS <5M                                                           .......          189  .......          189  .......  ............
  14     ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000                                                  .......          336  .......          336  .......  ............

     FUZES:
  15     FLARES                                                                      .......      146,221  .......      143,221  .......       -$3,000
  16     FUZES                                                                       .......       36,466  .......       20,323  .......       -16,143
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE                                     .......    1,265,692  .......    1,246,549  .......       -19,143
     WEAPONS:
  17     SMALL ARMS                                                                  .......       19,033  .......       19,033  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE                               .......    1,284,725  .......    1,265,582  .......       -19,143
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  15FLARES                     146,221         143,221          -3,000
        MJU-39/40 ACFT  ..............  ..............          -3,000
         Flare-buying
         ahead of need
  16FUZES                       36,466          20,323         -16,143
        Joint           ..............  ..............         -16,143
         Programmable
         Fuze delay
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Other Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $10,672,712,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  11,583,659,000
Committee recommendation................................  11,536,097,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$11,536,097,000. This is $47,562,000 below the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT:
         PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES:
   6         ARMORED VEHICLE                                                               1         $243        1         $243  .......  ............
   7         PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLE                                                  269       12,031      269       12,031  .......  ............
     CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES:
   8     TRUCK, CARGO-UTILITY, 3/4T, 4 x 4                                           .......       15,515  .......       15,515  .......  ............
   9     TRUCK, CARGO-UTILITY, 3/4T, 4 x 2                                           .......        5,374  .......        5,374  .......  ............
  10     TRUCK MAINT/UTILITY/DELIVERY                                                .......       10,244  .......       10,244  .......  ............
  11     TRUCK CARRYALL                                                              .......        9,552  .......        9,552  .......  ............
  12     FAMILY MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE                                              .......        5,687  .......        5,687  .......  ............
  13     HIGH MOBILITY VEHICLE (MYP)                                                 .......        3,714  .......        3,714  .......  ............
  14     CAP VEHICLES                                                                .......          786  .......          786  .......  ............
  15     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......       38,283  .......       38,283  .......  ............

     SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES:
  16     TRUCK TANK FUEL R-11                                                        .......       14,115  .......       14,115  .......  ............
  17     HMMWV, ARMORED                                                              .......        2,968  .......        2,968  .......  ............
  18     HMWWV, UP-ARMORED                                                           .......        5,809  .......        5,809  .......  ............
  20     TRACTOR, A/C TOW, MB-4                                                      .......        3,768  .......        3,768  .......  ............
  21     TRACTOR, TOW, FLIGHTLINE                                                    .......        6,052  .......        6,052  .......  ............
  22     TRUCK HYDRANT FUEL                                                          .......        1,397  .......        1,397  .......  ............
  23     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......       24,028  .......       24,028  .......  ............

     FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT:
  24     TRUCK CRASH P-19                                                            .......        4,836  .......        4,836  .......  ............
  25     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......        5,564  .......        5,564  .......  ............

     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
  26     TRUCK, F/L 10,000 LB                                                        .......        8,510  .......        8,510  .......  ............
  28     HALVERSEN LOADER                                                                 30       19,339       30       19,339  .......  ............
  29     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......        9,423  .......        9,423  .......  ............

     BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT:
  30     LOADER, SCOOP                                                               .......        5,656  .......        5,656  .......  ............
  31     TRUCK, DUMP                                                                 .......        4,990  .......        4,990  .......  ............
  32     RUNWAY SNOW REMOVAL & CLEANING                                              .......       16,298  .......       16,298  .......  ............
  33     MODIFICATIONS                                                               .......          564  .......          564  .......  ............
  34     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......       12,260  .......       12,260  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT                                                .......      247,006  .......      247,006  .......  ............

     ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP:
         COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT(COMSEC):
  35         COMSEC EQUIPMENT                                                        .......       30,417  .......       30,417  .......  ............

     INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS:
  37     INTELLIGENCE TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                             .......        2,935  .......        2,935  .......  ............
  38     INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP                                                     .......        1,683  .......       19,083  .......      +$17,400

     ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS:
  39     AIR TRAFFIC CTRL/LAND SYS (AT)                                              .......       74,664  .......       74,664  .......  ............
  40     NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM                                                    .......       33,704  .......       30,204  .......        -3,500
  41     THEATER AIR CONTROL SYS IMPRO                                               .......       29,849  .......       29,849  .......  ............
  42     WEATHER OBSERVE/FORECAST                                                    .......       32,839  .......       32,839  .......  ............
  43     STRATEGIC COMMAND AND CONTROL                                               .......       43,094  .......       43,094  .......  ............
  44     CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX                                                   .......       20,613  .......       20,613  .......  ............
  45     TAC SIGINT SUPPORT                                                          .......          389  .......          389  .......  ............
  46     DRUG INTERDICTION PROGRAM                                                   .......          403  .......          403  .......  ............
  47     HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MO                                               .......       48,927  .......  ...........  .......       -48,927

     SPECIAL COMM-ELECTRONICS PROJECTS:
  48     GENERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                              .......      119,534  .......       85,234  .......       -34,300
  49     AF GLOBAL COMMAND & CONTROL S                                               .......       23,457  .......       23,457  .......  ............
  50     MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL                                                .......        9,247  .......        9,247  .......  ............
  51     AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY S                                               .......       34,877  .......       34,877  .......  ............
  52     COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                                      .......       23,442  .......       82,942  .......       +59,500
  54     C3 COUNTERMEASURES                                                          .......       11,634  .......       11,634  .......  ............
  55     GCSS-AF FOS                                                                 .......       17,147  .......       17,147  .......  ............
  56     THEATER BATTLE MGT C2 SYS                                                   .......       50,803  .......       50,803  .......  ............
  57     AIR OPERATIONS CENTER (AOC)                                                 .......       45,954  .......       34,369  .......       -11,585

     AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS:
  58     BASE INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE                                             .......      268,408  .......      294,008  .......       +25,600
  59     USCENTCOM                                                                   .......       30,335  .......       30,335  .......  ............
  60     DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS)                                                .......       10,555  .......       10,555  .......  ............

     DISA PROGRAMS:
  61     SPACE BASED IR SENSOR PROG SP                                               .......       95,421  .......       95,421  .......  ............
  62     NAVSTAR GPS SPACE                                                           .......       10,332  .......       10,332  .......  ............
  63     NUDET DETECTION SYS (NDS) SPA                                               .......       10,786  .......       10,786  .......  ............
  64     AF SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK                                                .......       48,229  .......       48,229  .......  ............
  65     SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE                                                .......       80,635  .......       80,635  .......  ............
  66     MILSATCOM SPACE                                                             .......       42,329  .......       42,329  .......  ............
  67     SPACE MODS SPACE                                                            .......       30,747  .......       30,747  .......  ............

     ORGANIZATION AND BASE:
  69     TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT                                                      .......      158,322  .......      158,322  .......  ............
  70     COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATE                                               .......        8,839  .......        7,439  .......        -1,400
  71     RADIO EQUIPMENT                                                             .......        8,750  .......        8,750  .......  ............
  72     TV EQUIPMENT (AFRTV)                                                        .......        2,590  .......        2,590  .......  ............
  73     CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT                                                  .......        3,238  .......        3,238  .......  ............
  74     BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE                                                    .......      160,558  .......      160,558  .......  ............
  76     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......        5,960  .......        5,960  .......  ............

     MODIFICATIONS:
  77     COMM ELECT MODS                                                             .......       38,732  .......       38,732  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP                           .......    1,670,378  .......    1,673,166  .......        +2,788

     OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP:
         TEST EQUIPMENT:
  78         BASE/ALC CALIBRATION PACKAGE                                            .......       13,528  .......       13,528  .......  ............
  79         PRIMARY STANDARDS LABORATORY                                            .......        1,074  .......        1,074  .......  ............
  80         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......        9,382  .......        9,382  .......  ............

     PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP:
  81     NIGHT VISION GOGGLES                                                        .......        5,340  .......       10,340  .......        +5,000
  82     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......        7,435  .......       22,235  .......       +14,800

     DEPOT PLANT + MATERIALS HANDLING EQ:
  83     MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDLING                                                .......       13,919  .......       21,919  .......        +8,000
  84     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......       11,702  .......       11,702  .......  ............

     ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
  85     FLOODLIGHTS                                                                 .......        5,616  .......        5,616  .......  ............
  86     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......        9,570  .......        9,570  .......  ............

     BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
  87     BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT                                                     .......        9,617  .......       15,617  .......        +6,000
  88     MEDICAL/DENTAL EQUIPMENT                                                    .......       13,889  .......       16,889  .......        +3,000
  89     ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS                                                      .......          664  .......          664  .......  ............
  90     AIR BASE OPERABILITY                                                        .......        5,502  .......        5,502  .......  ............
  91     PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT                                                      .......        5,708  .......        5,708  .......  ............
  92     PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCING CAPITA                                               .......        6,210  .......        6,210  .......  ............
  93     MOBILITY EQUIPMENT                                                          .......       92,951  .......       92,951  .......  ............
  94     AIR CONDITIONERS                                                            .......       10,238  .......       10,238  .......  ............
  95     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                         .......       14,940  .......       14,940  .......  ............

     SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS:
  96     PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES                                                       .......       50,442  .......       50,442  .......  ............
  97     TECH SURV COUNTERMEASURES EQ                                                .......        3,998  .......        3,998  .......  ............
  98     DARP RC135                                                                  .......       16,775  .......       16,775  .......  ............
  99     DARP, MRIGS                                                                 .......       99,915  .......       99,915  .......  ............
 100     SELECTED ACTIVITIES                                                         .......    8,981,728  .......    8,894,578  .......       -87,150
 101     SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM                                                      .......      220,228  .......      220,228  .......  ............
 102     DEFENSE SPACE RECONNAISSANCE                                                .......       14,141  .......       14,141  .......  ............
 104     MODIFICATIONS                                                               .......          201  .......          201  .......  ............
 105     FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                            .......        4,980  .......        4,980  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP                           .......    9,629,693  .......    9,579,343  .......       -50,350

     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS:
 106     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                     .......       36,582  .......       36,582  .......  ............

     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GENERAL REDUCTION                                        .......  ...........  .......  ...........  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                       .......   11,583,659  .......   11,536,097  .......       -47,562
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  38INTELLIGENCE COMM            1,683          19,083         +17,400
     EQUIP
        Eagle Vision    ..............  ..............          +5,000
        Jumbo           ..............  ..............         +12,400
         Deployable
         Transit-Cased
         System
  40NATIONAL AIRSPACE           33,704          30,204          -3,500
     SYSTEM
        Delay in MOT&E;  ..............  ..............          -3,500
         of DASR Radar
  47HIGH PERFORMANCE            48,927  ..............         -48,927
     COMPUTING
     MODERNIZATION
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -48,927
         PDW
  48GENERAL                    119,534          85,234         -34,300
     INFORMATION
     TECHNOLOGY
        Air Force       ..............  ..............         -34,300
         Personnel
         Security
         Investment
         Program
         (Transfer to
         RDAF)
  52COMBAT TRAINING             23,442          82,942         +59,500
     RANGES
        11th AF G-Band  ..............  ..............          +9,000
         Pedestals
         Upgrades
        11th AF JAWSS   ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Scoring
         System
         Processor
        11th AF UMTE    ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Program
         Communication
         s Reliability
         Upgrade
        611th Gakona    ..............  ..............         +20,000
         Radar
        611th Red Air   ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Defense
         Command and
         Control
        Joint Threat    ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Emitter
        Mt. Fairplay    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Radios
  57AIR OPERATIONS              45,954          34,369         -11,585
     CENTER [AOC]
        AOC Adjustment  ..............  ..............         -11,585
  58BASE INFORMATION           268,408         294,008         +25,600
     INFRASTRUCTURE
        Alaska-Wide     ..............  ..............         +10,400
         Mobile Radio
         [LMR] Program
        Information     ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Transportatio
         n System for
         the C4ISR
         Acquisition
         Center of
         Excellence
        PACAF C2        ..............  ..............          +9,200
         Network
         Modernization
         and
         Revitalizatio
         n
  70COMBAT SURVIVOR              8,839           7,439          -1,400
     EVADER LOCATE
        CSEL            ..............  ..............          -1,400
         Requirements
         Change
  81NIGHT VISION                 5,340          10,340          +5,000
     GOGGLES
        Panoramic       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Night Vision
         Goggles
  82ITEMS LESS THAN $5           7,435          22,235         +14,800
     MILLION
        Active Noise    ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Reduction
         [ANR] for
         Crew Headsets/
         Helmets
        Aircrew         ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Survival
         Radio Test
         Sets
        Fixed Aircrew   ..............  ..............          +4,800
         Standardized
         Seat
  83MECHANIZED                  13,919          21,919          +8,000
     MATERIAL HANDLING
        Point of        ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Maintenance
         Initiative
  87BASE PROCURED                9,617          15,617          +6,000
     EQUIPMENT
        Combat Arms     ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Training
         System
  88MEDICAL/DENTAL              13,889          16,889          +3,000
     EQUIPMENT
        Expeditionary   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Medical
         Support
         [EMEDS]
 100SELECTED                 8,981,728       8,894,578         -87,150
     ACTIVITIES
        Classified      ..............  ..............         -87,150
         Adjustment
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Air Operations Center Procurement.--The Air Force has 
requested funding to procure an Air Operations Center [AOC] for 
Ramstein Air Force Base in fiscal year 2004. Given the decision 
to close Prince Sultan Air Base, the Committee believes that it 
would be a better use of funds to simply move the equipment 
from this site to Ramstein AFB. The Committee has, therefore, 
reduced the budget request for Air Operations Centers by 
$11,585,000 and directs the Air Force to use the remaining 
$3,000,000 to move and install the Prince Sultan AOC at 
Ramstein AFB.
    Backscatter X-Ray Technology for Threat Detection.--The 
Committee is encouraged with the procurement of backscatter x-
ray technology for the purpose of force protection. The 
Committee encourages the Department of the Air Force to 
continue seeking the most effective level of biological, 
chemical, and radiological x-ray technology available, 
including the procurement of backscatter x-ray technology.

                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $3,414,455,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   3,665,506,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,568,851,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,568,851,000. This is $96,655,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2004 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT:
         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD/WHS:
   1         WHS MOTOR VEHICLES                                                            2          $70        2          $70  .......  ............
   2         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD                                                    .......       37,291  .......       86,191  .......      +$48,900
   3         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS                                                    .......       21,622  .......       21,622  .......  ............
   5         INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM                                     .......  ...........  .......        5,000  .......        +5,000

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NSA:
         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA:
   8         INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY                                            .......       32,860  .......       22,960  .......        -9,900
  10         DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM                                                  .......        5,277  .......        5,277  .......  ............
  11         GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS                                          .......        4,743  .......        4,743  .......  ............
  12         GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                            .......        2,507  .......        2,507  .......  ............
  13         TELEPORTS                                                               .......       58,160  .......       53,160  .......        -5,000
  14         GLOBAL INFORMATION GRID                                                 .......      380,135  .......      380,135  .......  ............
  15         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......       70,025  .......       61,525  .......        -8,500

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DIA:
  16     INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATIONS                                                 .......  ...........  .......       22,000  .......       +22,000

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA:
  20     MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                             .......        8,545  .......        8,545  .......  ............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCAA:
  21     MAJOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                         .......        1,500  .......        1,500  .......  ............

  22 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS                                                            .......       46,114  .......       46,114  .......  ............

     MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY:
         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DHRA:
  24         PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                                                .......        7,312  .......        7,312  .......  ............

     NATIONAL IMAGERY AND MAPPING AGENCY:
  25     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NIMA                                                       .......  ...........  .......       29,000  .......       +29,000

     DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY:
  26     VEHICLES                                                                    .......          200  .......          200  .......  ............
  27     OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                       .......       37,350  .......       37,350  .......  ............

     DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY:
  28     OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                       .......          209  .......          209  .......  ............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS:
  29     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS                                                       .......        6,824  .......        6,824  .......  ............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODDE:
  30     AUTOMATION/EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT & LOGISTICS                                  .......        2,337  .......        2,337  .......  ............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCMA:
  31     MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                             .......        9,908  .......        9,908  .......  ............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DTSA:
  32     MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                             .......          590  .......          590  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                    .......      733,579  .......      815,079  .......       +81,500

     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND:
         AVIATION PROGRAMS:
  33         SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES                                                .......      675,063  .......      483,963  .......      -191,100
  34         SOF TRAINING SYSTEMS                                                    .......       56,133  .......       56,133  .......  ............
  35         MC-130H COMBAT TALON II                                                 .......        8,838  .......        8,838  .......  ............
  36         CV-22 SOF MODIFICATION                                                        2      108,790        2      108,790  .......  ............
  37         AC-130U GUNSHIP ACQUISITION                                             .......      390,054  .......      390,054  .......  ............
  38         C-130 MODIFICATIONS                                                     .......      214,798  .......      162,398  .......       -52,400
  39         AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                                        .......          295  .......          295  .......  ............

     SHIPBUILDING:
  40     ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS                                                  .......        8,351  .......        8,351  .......  ............
  41     ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS (AP-CY)                                          .......       23,573  .......  ...........  .......       -23,573
  42     MK VIII MOD 1--SEAL DELIVERY VEH                                            .......       10,100  .......       10,100  .......  ............

     AMMUNITION PROGRAMS:
  43     SOF ORDNANCE REPLENISHMENT                                                  .......       35,746  .......       35,746  .......  ............
  45     SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION                                                    .......       22,506  .......       22,506  .......  ............

     OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS:
  46     COMM EQUIPMENT & ELECTRONICS                                                .......       56,225  .......       31,725  .......       -24,500
  47     SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS                                                    .......       16,522  .......       16,522  .......  ............
  48     SOF SMALL ARMS & WEAPONS                                                    .......       16,003  .......       50,003  .......       +34,000
  49     JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM                                         .......       18,269  .......       18,269  .......  ............
  50     ITV                                                                         .......        5,206  .......        5,206  .......  ............
  51     MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODS                                                     .......        1,316  .......        4,316  .......        +3,000
  52     SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS                                                 .......        9,981  .......        9,981  .......  ............
  53     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                     .......        7,995  .......        7,995  .......  ............
  54     SOF MARITIME EQUIPMENT                                                      .......        1,990  .......       18,490  .......       +16,500
  56     MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                                     .......       11,207  .......       11,207  .......  ............
  57     SOF PLANNING AND REHEARSAL SYSTEM                                           .......          292  .......          292  .......  ............
  58     SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                                                .......      235,269  .......      241,187  .......        +5,918
  59     PSYOP EQUIPMENT                                                             .......       18,264  .......       18,264  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                                         .......    1,952,786  .......    1,720,631  .......      -232,155

     CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE:
         CBDP:
  60         INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION                                                   .......       85,018  .......       90,018  .......        +5,000
  61         DECONTAMINATION                                                         .......       12,643  .......       12,643  .......  ............
  62         JOINT BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                                        .......       71,952  .......       71,952  .......  ............
  63         COLLECTIVE PROTECTION                                                   .......       17,608  .......       42,608  .......       +25,000
  64         CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE                                                 .......      318,516  .......      342,516  .......       +24,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE                                    .......      505,737  .......      559,737  .......       +54,000

 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                             .......      473,404  .......      473,404  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE                                      .......    3,665,506  .......    3,568,851  .......       -96,655
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2004 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD             37,291       86,191      +48,900
         High Performance        ...........  ...........      +48,900
          Computing
          Modernization
          (Transfer from Air
          Force)
   5 INFORMATION SYSTEMS         ...........        5,000       +5,000
      SECURITY PROGRAM
         Secure Wireless         ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Technology Capability
   8 INFORMATION SYSTEMS              32,860       22,960       -9,900
      SECURITY
         Premature Request       ...........  ...........       -9,900
  13 TELEPORTS                        58,160       53,160       -5,000
         Installation Cost       ...........  ...........       -5,000
          Growth
  15 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION       70,025       61,525       -8,500
         Unjustified Request     ...........  ...........       -8,500
  16 INTELLIGENCE AND            ...........       22,000      +22,000
      COMMUNICATIONS
         Classified Adjustment   ...........  ...........      +22,000
  25 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NIMA       ...........       29,000      +29,000
         Classified Adjustment   ...........  ...........      +29,000
  33 SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES        675,063      483,963     -191,100
         Army Delay--MH-60 SLEP  ...........  ...........     -153,000
          & Associated
          Equipment
         MH-47 Spares            ...........  ...........      -38,100
          Unjustified Growth
  38 C-130 MODIFICATIONS             214,798      162,398      -52,400
         MC-130H Aerial          ...........  ...........      -53,800
          Refueling System
          Acquisition Phasing
         HPFOTD--Premature       ...........  ...........       -8,600
          Procurement
         EC-130J Modifications   ...........  ...........      +10,000
  41 ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS       23,573  ...........      -23,573
         Transfer to RDDW        ...........  ...........      -23,573
  46 COMM EQUIPMENT &                 56,225       31,725      -24,500
      ELECTRONICS
         TACLAN Cost Growth      ...........  ...........       -9,500
         SOFTACS Cost Growth     ...........  ...........      -10,000
         C4IAS Underexecution    ...........  ...........       -5,000
  48 SOF SMALL ARMS & WEAPONS         16,003       50,003      +34,000
         ALGL Systems            ...........  ...........      +22,000
         AN/PVS-17 Mini Night    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Sight
         Infrared Zoom Laser     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Illuminator/
          Designator
         SOPMOD Block I          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Objective
         Weapons Shot Counter    ...........  ...........       +2,000
  51 MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODS           1,316        4,316       +3,000
         Mk-V Advanced Shock     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Mitigating Seats
  54 SOF MARITIME EQUIPMENT            1,990       18,490      +16,500
         Additional SOC-R        ...........  ...........      +16,500
  58 SOF OPERATIONAL                 235,269      241,187       +5,918
      ENHANCEMENTS
         Classified Reductions   ...........  ...........      -18,882
         Budget Amendment        ...........  ...........       -8,200
          Correction
         Classified Increases    ...........  ...........      +33,000
  60 INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION            85,018       90,018       +5,000
         Chem/ Bio Defense       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Masks
  63 COLLECTIVE PROTECTION            17,608       42,608      +25,000
         Chemical Protective     ...........  ...........      +25,000
          Shelters
  64 CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE         318,516      342,516      +24,000
         Contamination           ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Avoidance--Filters
         ACADA                   ...........  ...........      +20,000
         Joint Chemical Agent    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Detector
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Special Operations Rotary Wing Programs.--The President's 
budget requests $675,063,000 for the upgrade of rotary wing 
aircraft for Special Operations Command [SOCOM]. This request 
includes funds for procuring the first MH-60 conversion kits 
and associated upgrade equipment for the Service Life Extension 
Program [SLEP]. The Army's recent decision to delay the SLEP 
program results in a delay to the SOF program as well. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends a reduction of $153,000,000 
to the budget request.
    The budget request also includes $46,100,000 for MH-47 
spares, an increase of $43,721,000 over last year. While the 
Committee recognizes the number of requested aircraft has 
increased over last year, sufficient rationale for a 40 fold 
increase is absent. Applying the formula that SOCOM used last 
year in its justification materials and allowing for some 
growth, the Committee recommends a reduction of $38,100,000 for 
MH-47 spares.
    Advanced SEAL Delivery System.--The Committee believes that 
the request for $23,573,000 of advance procurement funding for 
the second ASDS is premature. The Committee is supportive of 
the program and is aware of the promising capabilities and 
benefits the system provides its operators; however, until 
operational test results, cost estimates, and acquisition 
strategies have been clearly articulated, the Committee finds 
that the resources requested for procurement would be more 
effectively used to further the ongoing research and 
development efforts.

                  National Guard and Reserve Equipment

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $100,000,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................               0
Committee recommendation................................     700,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $700,000,000. 
This is $700,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    The appropriation includes direction for each Reserve and 
National Guard component commander to submit to the 
congressional defense committees a detailed assessment of that 
component's modernization priorities.
    The Committee maintains that the Reserve and National Guard 
component commanders should exercise control of funds provided 
for their modernization in this account. The separate 
submission of these assessments, directly from the Reserve 
Component Commanders and the National Guard Directors to the 
committees will ensure that Reserve and National Guard 
priorities are addressed in the allocation of this 
appropriation.

                     committee recommended program

    The following summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2004 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     RESERVE EQUIPMENT:
         ARMY RESERVE:
   1         MISCELLANEOUS       ...........       50,000      +50,000
              EQUIPMENT

         NAVY RESERVE:
   2         MISCELLANEOUS       ...........       50,000      +50,000
              EQUIPMENT

         MARINE CORPS RESERVE:
   3         MISCELLANEOUS       ...........       50,000      +50,000
              EQUIPMENT

         AIR FORCE RESERVE:
   4         MISCELLANEOUS       ...........       50,000      +50,000
              EQUIPMENT
                                ----------------------------------------
               TOTAL, RESERVE    ...........      200,000     +200,000
                EQUIPMENT

     NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT:
         ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
   5         MISCELLANEOUS       ...........      240,000     +240,000
              EQUIPMENT

         AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
   6         MISCELLANEOUS       ...........      260,000     +260,000
              EQUIPMENT
                                ----------------------------------------
               TOTAL, NATIONAL   ...........      500,000     +500,000
                GUARD EQUIPMENT
                                ----------------------------------------
               TOTAL, NATIONAL   ...........      700,000     +700,000
                GUARD & RESERVE
                EQUIPMENT
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   committee recommended adjustments


                              army reserve

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

                              navy reserve

    Miscellaneous Equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$50,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Navy Reserve 
units.

                          marine corps reserve

    Miscellaneous Equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$50,000,000 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 
$50,000,000 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 
$240,000,000 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 a 
specific increase of $20,000,000 for F-15 Engine Kits and 
$240,000,000 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: Air National Guard Threat Emitter, Handheld Standoff 
Mine Detection System, Lightweight Maintenance Enclosure, 
Intelligence Infrastructure, Improved Target Acquisition 
System, Movement Tracking System, Laser Marksmanship Training 
System, Bladefold Kits for Apache Helicopters, Engineer Mission 
Modules for PLS, Tactical Firefighting Equipment, HMMWV, Up-
Armored HMMWV, Construction Equipment SLEP, AN/PVS-7, AN/PVS-14 
and FMTV.

                    Defense Production Act Purchases

Appropriations, 2003....................................     $73,057,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................      67,516,000
Committee recommendation................................      77,516,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $77,516,000. 
This is $10,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2004 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 DOMESTIC RADIATION               67,516       77,516      +10,000
      HARDENED ELECTRONICS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2004 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1DOMESTIC                 67,516           77,516          +10,000
     RADIATION
     HARDENED
     ELECTRONICS
        Rigid Rod    ...............  ...............         +10,000
         Polymer
         Materials
         Technology
------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                TITLE IV

               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to conduct a program of research, development, test 
and evaluation, including research in basic science, applied 
research, advanced technology development, demonstration and 
validation, engineering and manufacturing development, and 
operational systems development.
    The President's fiscal year 2004 budget requests a total of 
$61,826,654,000 for research, development, test and evaluation 
appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations totaling $63,564,908,000 for fiscal 
year 2004. This is $1,738,254,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations for fiscal year 2004 are summarized 
below:

                      SUMMARY OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
    Army........................................................       9,122,825       9,513,048        +390,223
    Navy........................................................      14,106,653      14,886,381        +779,728
    Air Force...................................................      20,336,258      20,086,290        -249,968
    Defense-Wide................................................      17,974,257      18,774,428        +800,171
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense........................         286,661         304,761         +18,100
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      61,826,654      63,564,908      +1,738,254
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The Committee has displayed recommended adjustments in 
tables presented under each appropriation account.
    These adjustments reflect the following Committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative, or not supported by firm requirements in 
out year development or procurement appropriations; 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 estimate; and implementation 
of recommendations in the Senate bill authorizing activities of 
the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2004.
    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in these tables shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the table.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $7,669,656,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   9,122,825,000
Committee recommendation................................   9,513,048,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$9,513,048,000. This is $390,223,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BASIC RESEARCH:
       1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                       24,121          24,121  ..............
       2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                     128,798         157,498         +28,700
       3 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                71,642          76,042          +4,400
       4 UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS                       84,816         100,142         +15,326
       5 FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION                                         9,847          12,847          +3,000
       6 DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM TO STIMULATE COMPETITIVE           9,730  ..............          -9,730
       7 HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES/MINORITY          14,083  ..............         -14,083
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                     343,037         370,650         +27,613

     APPLIED RESEARCH:
       8 MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY                                           15,186          41,186         +26,000
       9 SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC SURVIVABILITY                           22,765          25,765          +3,000
      10 TRACTOR HIP                                                     5,835           1,735          -4,100
      11 AVIATION TECHNOLOGY                                            39,459          39,459  ..............
      12 EW TECHNOLOGY                                                  17,029          17,029  ..............
      13 MISSILE TECHNOLOGY                                             43,269         100,565         +57,296
      14 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                    14,189          14,189  ..............
      15 ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND SIMULATION                               15,941          29,941         +14,000
      16 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                       80,910         107,910         +27,000
      17 BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY                                          53,478          55,478          +2,000
      18 CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND EQUIPMENT DEFEATING TECHNOLOGY              3,540          21,540         +18,000
      19 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                5,835           5,835  ..............
      20 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY                               39,485          52,985         +13,500
      21 ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES                             33,694          56,394         +22,700
      22 NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY                                        22,233          22,233  ..............
      23 COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS                                            21,291          25,291          +4,000
      24 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                           16,749          16,749  ..............
      25 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                               18,252          25,852          +7,600
      26 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                    18,728          18,728  ..............
      27 COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY                                4,142           4,142  ..............
      28 MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                45,407          51,407          +6,000
      29 MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/TRAINING TECHNOLOGY                         15,548          15,548  ..............
      30 WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY                                          29,421          38,421          +9,000
      31 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                             58,877         101,377         +42,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     641,263         889,759        +248,496

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
      33 WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                 63,882          67,882          +4,000
      34 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                    35,168         105,668         +70,500
      35 AVIATION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                   72,083          83,583         +11,500
      36 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                      47,752          47,752  ..............
      37 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY             210,856         262,856         +52,000
      38 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY           10,379          10,379  ..............
      39 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY            4,931           4,931  ..............
      40 ELECTRONIC WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY (H)                     40,347          60,347         +20,000
      41 TRACTOR HIKE                                                    8,781           6,781          -2,000
      42 NEXT GENERATION TRAINING & SIMULATION SYSTEMS                  18,649          26,649          +8,000
      44 TRACTOR ROSE                                                    2,872           1,533          -1,339
      45 EXPLOSIVES DEMILITARIZATION TECHNOLOGY                          9,349          28,749         +19,400
      46 MILITARY HIV RESEARCH                                           6,733           6,733  ..............
      47 COMBATING TERRORISM, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                     4,916           4,916  ..............
      48 GLOBAL SURVEILLANCE/AIR DEFENSE/PRECISION STRIKE               12,660          12,660  ..............
          TECHN
      49 EW TECHNOLOGY                                                  11,273          13,273          +2,000
      50 MISSILE AND ROCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                        111,321         136,849         +25,528
      51 TRACTOR CAGE                                                    7,592           7,592  ..............
      52 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY               24,552          32,452          +7,900
      53 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                6,193           6,193  ..............
      54 LINE-OF-SIGHT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION                          8,847           8,847  ..............
      55 NIGHT VISION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                               47,088          60,088         +13,000
      56 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRA- TIONS              15,776          15,776  ..............
      57 MILITARY ENGINEERING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                        3,441          13,521         +10,080
      58 ADVANCED TACTICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SENSOR                  20,255          24,255          +4,000
          TECHNOLO
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    805,696       1,050,265        +244,569

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION:
      59 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (NON SPACE)           51,547         103,547         +52,000
      60 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION  (SPACE)               9,632          40,732         +31,100
      61 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                    79,959         121,059         +41,100
      62 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER--ADV DEV                          36,976          36,976  ..............
      63 SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS-ADV DEV              10,262          10,262  ..............
      64 TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION                             11,249          21,249         +10,000
      65 ADVANCED TANK ARMAMENT SYSTEM (ATAS)                           61,377          61,377  ..............
      66 SOLDIER SUPPORT AND SURVIVABILITY                              13,987          13,987  ..............
      67 TACTICAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM--ADV  DEV              17,068          17,068  ..............
      68 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                       5,283           5,283  ..............
      69 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                               11,514          22,014         +10,500
      70 WARFIGHTER INFORMATION NETWORK--TACTICAL                       90,774          82,311          -8,463
      71 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                   4,779           4,779  ..............
      72 AVIATION--ADV DEV                                               9,968          14,968          +5,000
      73 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--ADV DEV                                 31,856          31,856  ..............
      74 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ADV DEV                      12,008          19,508          +7,500
      75 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT CONTROL SYSTEM EVALUATION AND            8,682           8,682  ..............
          A
      76 MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV                                       11,042          16,042          +5,000
      77 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (JMIP/DISTP)                       2,097           2,097  ..............
      80 SCAMP BLOCK II                                                 28,028          28,028  ..............
      81 MEDIUM EXTENDED AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM (MEADS) CONCEPTS           276,259  ..............        -276,259
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         784,347         661,825        -122,522

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT:
      82 AIRCRAFT AVIONICS                                              64,650          59,650          -5,000
      84 COMANCHE                                                    1,079,257       1,079,257  ..............
      85 EW DEVELOPMENT                                                 33,214          33,214  ..............
      86 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO                                          134,693         134,693  ..............
      87 ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTEM                                     20,168          20,168  ..............
      88 TRACTOR CAGE                                                   16,215          16,215  ..............
      89 COMMON MISSILE                                                183,790         107,790         -76,000
      90 INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS                                       21,637          31,637         +10,000
      91 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES                                        4,366           4,366  ..............
      92 SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS-SDD                  12,094          12,094  ..............
      93 JAVELIN                                                           956             956  ..............
      95 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES                               9,200          17,500          +8,300
      96 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                             2,514           2,514  ..............
      98 LIGHT TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES                                15,700          15,700  ..............
      99 ARMORED SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION (ASM)--SDD                    1,701,331       1,701,331  ..............
     101 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--SDD                                      29,022          30,522          +1,500
     102 COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT                        67,283         100,000         +32,717
     103 NON-SYSTEM TRAINING DEVICES--SDD                               71,616          71,616  ..............
     104 TERRAIN INFORMATION--SDD                                        6,977           6,977  ..............
     105 INTEGRATED METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT SYSTEM                        3,309           3,309  ..............
     107 AIR DEFENSE COMMAND, CONTROL AND INTELLIGENCE--SDD             29,297          29,297  ..............
     108 CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    16,994          16,994  ..............
     109 AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT                            4,634          10,634          +6,000
     110 DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS (DIS)--SDD                26,358          26,358  ..............
     111 TACTICAL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS--SDD                             19,695          25,695          +6,000
     112 ARMY TACTICAL MISSILE SYSTEM (ATACMS)                          55,075           4,000         -51,075
     113 JOINT SURVEILLANCE/TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM                   4,705           4,705  ..............
     114 POSITIONING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT (SPACE)                         1,574           1,574  ..............
     115 COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (CATT) CORE                      3,998           3,998  ..............
     116 JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM                                 9,437           9,437  ..............
     117 AVIATION--SDD                                                   2,379           3,379          +1,000
     118 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--SDD                                    129,409         153,409         +24,000
     119 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--SDD                          86,288          86,288  ..............
     120 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS-- SDD                219,088         219,088  ..............
     121 MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT          12,202          16,202          +4,000
     122 LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--SDD                                  90,396          90,396  ..............
     123 ARTILLERY MUNITIONS                                           133,994         133,994  ..............
     124 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION                                           3,541          15,541         +12,000
     125 ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND & CONTROL HARDWARE & SOFTWARE            98,129          98,129  ..............
     126 LOSAT                                                          30,809          30,809  ..............
     128 FIREFINDER                                                     27,107          27,107  ..............
     129 ARTILLERY SYSTEMS                                              32,629          32,629  ..............
     130 PATRIOT PAC-3 THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE  ACQUISITION            174,475  ..............        -174,475
     131 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                             47,566          62,566         +15,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            4,737,771       4,551,738        -186,033

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
     132 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                   17,751          21,251          +3,500
     133 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                     13,890          13,890  ..............
     134 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT                                           62,135          62,135  ..............
     135 RAND ARROYO CENTER                                             22,804          22,804  ..............
     136 ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL                                          137,307         141,307          +4,000
     137 CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM                               26,473          33,473          +7,000
     139 ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES                               174,603         185,203         +10,600
     140 ARMY TECHNICAL TEST INSTRUMENTATION AND  TARGETS               54,986          57,986          +3,000
     141 SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS                               39,138          45,138          +6,000
     142 DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER TEST FACILITY                            17,806          19,306          +1,500
     143 AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION                                          3,098           3,098  ..............
     144 METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT TO RDT&E; ACTIVITIES                      9,669           9,669  ..............
     145 MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS                                      15,832          15,832  ..............
     146 EXPLOITATION OF FOREIGN ITEMS                                   3,579           3,579  ..............
     147 SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING                                 67,795          67,795  ..............
     148 ARMY EVALUATION CENTER                                         57,074          47,074         -10,000
     149 SIMULATION & MODELING FOR ACQ, RQTS, & TNG (SMART)              2,654           2,654  ..............
     150 PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITIES                                         71,555          71,555  ..............
     151 TECHNICAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES                               28,520          28,520  ..............
     152 MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY            19,855          29,855         +10,000
     153 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY MGMT SUPPORT                   4,938           4,938  ..............
     154 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)              8,995           8,995  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           860,457         896,057         +35,600

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
     156 MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                               84,839          84,839  ..............
     157 AEROSTAT JOINT PROJECT OFFICE                                  57,549          57,549  ..............
     158 DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS AGAINST WEAPONS OF MASS          ..............           2,000          +2,000
          DESTRUCT
     159 ADV FIELD ARTILLERY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM                       28,917          28,917  ..............
     160 COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                            24,486          31,486          +7,000
     161 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM                                        39,581          45,581          +6,000
     162 AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS           187,959         279,959         +92,000
     163 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PRO- GRAM                 3,399           8,399          +5,000
     164 DIGITIZATION                                                   18,251          18,251  ..............
     165 FORCE XXI BATTLE COMMAND, BRIGADE AND BELOW (FBCB2)            48,436          48,436  ..............
     167 MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PRO- GRAM              44,468          46,968          +2,500
     168 OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                      9,822           9,822  ..............
     169 TRACTOR RUT                                                     8,851           8,851  ..............
     170 TRACTOR CARD                                                    9,255           9,255  ..............
     171 JOINT TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM (TRI-TAC)                16,543          16,543  ..............
     172 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND SYSTEM                                    9,767           9,767  ..............
     173 SPECIAL ARMY PROGRAM                                            5,968          11,268          +5,300
     174 SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES                   ..............          10,500         +10,500
     175 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                           20,728          13,728          -7,000
     176 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                   58,983          48,983         -10,000
     177 SATCOM GROUND ENVIRONMENT (SPACE)                              87,352          87,352  ..............
     178 WWMCCS/GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                       20,124          20,124  ..............
     179 TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEM                      956             956  ..............
     180 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                              60,493          75,493         +15,000
     181 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                 4,751           4,751  ..............
     182 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                              32,292          32,292  ..............
     183 END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES                    65,981          80,181         +14,200
     184 NATO JOINT STARS                                                  503             503  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                      950,254       1,092,754        +142,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL,  ARMY          9,122,825       9,513,048        +390,223
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2DEFENSE RESEARCH           128,798         157,498         +28,700
     SCIENCES
        Desert Terrain  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Analysis for
         Enhancing
         Military
         Operations
        Terrain         ..............  ..............          +2,200
         Atmosphere
         Interactions
        Biofilms--Terr  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         orist Agents
         in Drinking
         Water
        Nano-Materials  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Research
        Optical         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Technologies
         Research
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +4,500
         Research and
         Technology
        Perpetually     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Available
         Secure Info
         System
         Research
        Alternative     ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Energy
         Research
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Carbon
         Nanotechnolog
         y Program
        Nano-Photonic   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Systems
         Fabrication
   3UNIVERSITY                  71,642          76,042          +4,400
     RESEARCH
     INITIATIVES
        Bioinformatics  ..............  ..............          +2,400
         Research
        Low             ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Temperature
         Research
   4UNIVERSITY AND              84,816         100,142         +15,326
     INDUSTRY RESEARCH
     CENTERS
        Rapidly         ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Deployable
         Visualization
         for Training
         & Simula-
         tion
        Small Trailer   ..............  ..............            +500
         Corrosion
         Prevention
         Program
        Ferroelectric   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Electronic-
         Photonic
         Nanodevices
        Dendritic       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Nanotechnolog
         y Research
        University      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Based
         Automotive
         Research
        TACOM           ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Automotive
         Research
         Center
         University
         Research
        Composite       ..............  ..............            +826
         Materials
         Research
   5FORCE HEALTH                 9,847          12,847          +3,000
     PROTECTION
        Gulf War        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Illness
         Research
   6DEFENSE                      9,730  ..............          -9,730
     EXPERIMENTAL
     PROGRAM TO
     STIMULATE
     COMPETITIVE
     RESEARCH
        Transferred to  ..............  ..............          -9,730
         RDDW, line 7
   7HISTORICALLY BLACK          14,083  ..............         -14,083
     COLLEGES AND
     UNIVERSITIES/
     MINORITY
     INSTITUTIONS
        Transferred to  ..............  ..............         -14,083
         RDDW, line 10
   8MATERIALS                   15,186          41,186         +26,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        Materials       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Joining for
         Army Weapons
         Systems
        Composite       ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Materials
         Technology
         for Future
         Combat Sys-
         tem
        Low Cost        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Enabling
         Technologies
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Material for
         Mine
         Detection and
         Blast Mitiga-
         tion
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Material
         Processing
        Future          ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Affordable
         Multi-Utility
         Materials for
         FCS
   9SENSORS AND                 22,765          25,765          +3,000
     ELECTRONIC
     SURVIVABILITY
        Portable        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Chemical-
         Biological
         Agent
         Detection
         System
  10TRACTOR HIP                  5,835           1,735          -4,100
        Classified      ..............  ..............          -4,100
         program
  13MISSILE TECHNOLOGY          43,269         100,565         +57,296
        Red Rain        ..............  ..............          +4,000
        E-STRIKE Short  ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Range Radar
        Mariah II       ..............  ..............         +16,000
         Hypersonic
         Wind Tunnel
        Unmanned        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Systems
         Initiatives
         AMRDEC
        Maneuver Air    ..............  ..............          +6,500
         Defense
        Hypersonic      ..............  ..............         +14,200
         Army Missile
         Technology
        Multiple        ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Component
         Army Flight
         Test
        National        ..............  ..............          -1,904
         Aerospace
         Initiative
  15ADVANCED CONCEPTS           15,941          29,941         +14,000
     AND SIMULATION
        Joint Unmanned  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Systems Test
         & Research
         Center
        Photonics       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Research
        Institute for   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Creative
         Technologies
  16COMBAT VEHICLE AND          80,910         107,910         +27,000
     AUTOMOTIVE
     TECHNOLOGY
        SmarTruck       ..............  ..............          +5,000
        Full Spectrum   ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Active Close-
         in Layered
         Shield
         [FCLAS]
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Electric
         Drive
        Soldier         ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Mobility
         Program
        Hybrid HMMWV    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Technology
         Insertion
         Program
        Unmanned        ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Vehicle
         Control
         Technologies
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Energy and
         Manufacturing
         Technology
        Rapid           ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Prototyping
         Technologies
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Coatings
         Research
        Moldite         ..............  ..............          +1,000
        Digital Humans  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         and Virtual
         Reality
  17BALLISTICS                  53,478          55,478          +2,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        Advanced LFT    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Composites
         for
         Lightweight
         Weapons
         Systems
        Structural      ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Reliability
         of Electronic
         Components
         for Munitions
  18CHEMICAL, SMOKE              3,540          21,540         +18,000
     AND EQUIPMENT
     DEFEATING
     TECHNOLOGY
        Vaporized       ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Hydrogen
         Peroxide
         Technology
         for
         Decontaminati
         on
        Systems for     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Sampling and
         Detecting
         Bioaerosols
        Deep Digger     ..............  ..............          +5,000
  20WEAPONS AND                 39,485          52,985         +13,500
     MUNITIONS
     TECHNOLOGY
        RangeSafe       ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Technology
         Demonstration
         Initiative
        Smart Coating   ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Material
         Program
        Titanium        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Extraction
         Mining and
         Process
         Engineering
         Research
        MACS High Zone  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Development
  21ELECTRONICS AND             33,694          56,394         +22,700
     ELECTRONIC
     DEVICES
        Electronics     ..............  ..............          +6,000
         and
         Electronic
         Devices
        Flexible        ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Display
         Initiative
        Enhanced        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Wireless
         Digital
         Communication
         s
        Rechargeable    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Cylindrical
         Cell Systems
        1.5v Alkaline   ..............  ..............          +1,700
         Cylindrical
         Cell--Metal
         Oxide Cathode
        Transcritical   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         CO2
         Environmental
         Control Unit
  23COUNTERMINE                 21,291          25,291          +4,000
     SYSTEMS
        AAHIS Overland  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Counter-Mine
        Small SAR       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Buried Mine
         Detection
  25ENVIRONMENTAL               18,252          25,852          +7,600
     QUALITY
     TECHNOLOGY
        Bio/Chemical    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Materials Env
         Modeling
        Hawthorne Army  ..............  ..............          +6,600
         Depot
         Upgrades
  28MILITARY                    45,407          51,407          +6,000
     ENGINEERING
     TECHNOLOGY
        Geosciences     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Technology
         Research
        University      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Partnership
         for
         Operational
         Support
  30WARFIGHTER                  29,421          38,421          +9,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        NBC Integrated  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Protection
         Membrane--She
         lters
        Chem/Bio        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Reactive
         Nanoparticle
         Materials
  31MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY          58,877         101,377         +42,500
        Computational   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Proteomics
        Versa HSDI      ..............  ..............          +5,000
        Conjugate       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Vaccines to
         prevent
         Shigellosis
        Therapeutic     ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Vaccines for
         Biological
         Threat
        Tissue          ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Replacement
         and Repair
         for
         Battlefield
         Injuries
        International   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Rehabilitatio
         n Network
        National        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Tissue
         Engineering
         Research
        Chitosan        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Hemorrhage
         Control
         Dressing
        Dermal Phase    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Meter
        Transportable   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Pathogen
         Reduction &
         Blood Safety
         Sys-  tem
        USAMRIID        ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Anthrax
         Research
        Development of  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         large-scale,
         polyclonal
         human
         antibody
         production
        Chronic Multi-  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         symptom
         Illnesses
        Bio-Defense     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Gene Knockout
         Technology
         Program
  33WARFIGHTER                  63,882          67,882          +4,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        ATIRCM/CMWS     ..............  ..............          +4,000
  34MEDICAL ADVANCED            35,168         105,668         +70,500
     TECHNOLOGY
        Portable        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Digital X-Ray
        Tissue          ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Development
         on Elastin
         Biomatrixes
        Brain, Biology  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         and Machine
         Initiative
        Idaho Rural     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Telemedicine
         Demonstration
         Project
        Medical         ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Modeling and
         Simulation
         Through
         Synthetic
         Digital Genes
        Joint U.S.-     ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Norwegian
         Telemedicine
         Program
        Texas Training  ..............  ..............         +10,000
         and
         Technology
         against
         Trauma and
         Terrorism
        VCT Lung Scan   ..............  ..............          +7,500
        National        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Bioterrorism
         Civilian
         Medical
         Response
         Center
        Stable          ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Hemostat
        Study of Human  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Operator
         Performance
         [C-SHOP]
        Emerging        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Technologies
         Center
        Rugged Textile  ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Electronic
         Garments for
         Combat
         Casualty
        Minimally       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Invasive
         Surgery
         Modeling and
         Simulation
        Center for      ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Innovative
         Minimally
         Invasive
         Technology
        Pennington      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Biomedical
         Center
         Personnel
         Readiness and
         Performance
         Initiative
        Center for      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Prostate
         Disease
         Research
         [WRAMC]
        Gallo Clinic &  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Research
         Center
  35AVIATION ADVANCED           72,083          83,583         +11,500
     TECHNOLOGY
        UAV and Micro   ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Air Vehicle
         Dynamometer
        Reconfigurable  ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Tooling
         Systems
        Vectored        ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Thrust Ducted
         Propeller
         Compound Helo
  37COMBAT VEHICLE AND         210,856         262,856         +52,000
     AUTOMOTIVE
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Pacific Rim     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Corrosion
         Research
         Program
        IMPACT--Combat  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Vehicle and
         Automotive
         Advanced
         Technology
        Smart Battery   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         and
         Intelligent
         Generator
         Technology
         for Military
         Vehicles
        Fuel Cell       ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Technology
        Army            ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Lightweight
         Structures
         Initiative
        Advanced Army   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Modular
         Composite
         Bridge
        Composite Body  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Parts--CAV
         Technology
         Transition
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Thermal
         Management
         Controls
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Collaborative
         Technologies
        Mobile Parts    ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Hospital
        Electrochromat  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         ic Material
         Windows
        Fastening and   ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Joining
         Technologies
        Tactical        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Vehicle
         Design Tools
        21st Century    ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Truck
  40ELECTRONIC WARFARE          40,347          60,347         +20,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY (H)
        Portable and    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Mobile
         Emergency
         Broadband
         System
        Networking      ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Environment
         for C3 Mobile
         Services
         [NECMS]
        Applied         ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Communication
         s and
         Information
         Networking
         [ACIN]
  41TRACTOR HIKE                 8,781           6,781          -2,000
        Classified      ..............  ..............          -2,000
         program
  42NEXT GENERATION             18,649          26,649          +8,000
     TRAINING &
     SIMULATION
     SYSTEMS
        Institute for   ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Creative
         Technologies
        CAVE Automated  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Virtual
         Environment
  44TRACTOR ROSE                 2,872           1,533          -1,339
        Classified      ..............  ..............          -1,339
         program
  45EXPLOSIVES                   9,349          28,749         +19,400
     DEMILITARIZATION
     TECHNOLOGY
        Missile         ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Recycling
         Center--Annis
         ton
        Tactical        ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Missile Reuse/
         Demil--Letter
         kenny
        Reclamation of  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Class 1.1
         Rocket
         Propellant
        Innovative      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Demil
         Technologies
        HMX             ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Requalificati
         on Program
        Explosives      ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Demilitarizat
         ion
         Technology
         Program
        Thin Layer      ..............  ..............          +2,400
         Chromatograph
         y
        Demilitarizati  ..............  ..............          +2,500
         on of
         Obsolete
         Munitions
        Demilitarizati  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         on and
         Destruction
         of
         Conventional
         Muni- tions
  49EW TECHNOLOGY               11,273          13,273          +2,000
        AN/VVR-1 Laser  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Warning
         Receiver
  50MISSILE AND ROCKET         111,321         136,849         +25,528
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Loitering       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Attack
         Munition for
         Aviation [LAM-
         A]
        Close-In        ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Active
         Protection
         System
        Missile         ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Simulation
         Technology
        Warfighter      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Protection
         Lab
        National        ..............  ..............            -472
         Aerospace
         Initiative
        Volumetrically  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Controlled
         Manufacturing
        Army AMCODE     ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Integration
  52LANDMINE WARFARE            24,552          32,452          +7,900
     AND BARRIER
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        EDIT Advanced   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Landmine
         Detection
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +5,900
         Demining
         Technology
  55NIGHT VISION                47,088          60,088         +13,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Passive
         Millimeter
         Wave Imager
        Warfighter/     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Firefighter
         Position,
         Location, and
         Tracking
         [PLT] Sensor
        Digital Night   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Vision Fusion
        Buster          ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Backpack
         Small UAV for
         Army
  57MILITARY                     3,441          13,521         +10,080
     ENGINEERING
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Canola Oil      ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Fuel Cell
         Initiative
        Solid Oxide     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Fuel Cell
         Development
         for Defense
         Applica-
         tions
        Fuel Cell       ..............  ..............          +3,580
         Hybrid
         Generating
         System w/
         Ramgen
         Technol- ogy
  58ADVANCED TACTICAL           20,255          24,255          +4,000
     COMPUTER SCIENCE
     AND SENSOR
     TECHNOLOGY
        MVMNT Program   ..............  ..............          +4,000
         for
         Simulation
         Based
         Operation
  59ARMY MISSILE                51,547         103,547         +52,000
     DEFENSE SYSTEMS
     INTEGRATION (NON
     SPACE)
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +6,500
         Tactical
         Operations
         Center [ATOC]
        Next            ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Generation
         Hardware-in-
         the-loop
         [HWIL] Tool
         [NGHT]
        Joint Wavelet   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Transform-
         based
         Hyperspectral
         Data
         Processing
         [JWaTH]
        Global          ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Infrasound
         Monitoring of
         Atmosphere
        Dielectric      ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Enhanced
         Sensor
         Systems
         [DESS]
        Integrated      ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Composite
         Missile
         Structure
        Next            ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Generation
         Passive
         Acoustic
         Surveillance
        Mobile          ..............  ..............         +20,000
         Tactical High
         Energy Laser
         [MTHEL]
        Ballute         ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Technology
         Development
        Nanoscience     ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Initiative
  60ARMY MISSILE                 9,632          40,732         +31,100
     DEFENSE SYSTEMS
     INTEGRATION
     (SPACE)
        Eagle Eyes      ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Research
         Program
        Low Cost        ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Interceptor
        Radar Power     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Technology
        P3 Power        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Systems
        Kodiak Range    ..............  ..............          +8,100
         Safety &
         Instrumentati
         on
  61AIR AND MISSILE             79,959         121,059         +41,100
     DEFENSE SYSTEMS
     ENGINEERING
        AMD Common      ..............  ..............          +5,500
         Battle
         Management
         C4I System
        Adaptive        ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Integrated
         Fire Control
         [IFC]
         Technology
         Demonstration
         Program
         [AITD]
        Allen Army      ..............  ..............         +33,100
         Airfield
         Upgrades
  64TANK AND MEDIUM             11,249          21,249         +10,000
     CALIBER
     AMMUNITION
        MRM/TERM TM3    ..............  ..............         +10,000
  69ENVIRONMENTAL               11,514          22,014         +10,500
     QUALITY
     TECHNOLOGY
        Casting         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Emissions
         Reduction
         Program
        Managing Army   ..............  ..............          +4,500
         Technologies
         for
         Environmental
         Enhancement
        Waste           ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Minimization
         and Pollution
         Prevention
  70WARFIGHTER                  90,774          82,311          -8,463
     INFORMATION
     NETWORK--TACTICAL
        Nuclear Arms    ..............  ..............          -8,463
         Control
         Technology
  72AVIATION--ADV DEV            9,968          14,968          +5,000
        Virtual         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Cockpit
         Optimization
         Program
         [VCOP]
  74LOGISTICS AND               12,008          19,508          +7,500
     ENGINEER
     EQUIPMENT--ADV
     DEV
        Theater         ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Support
         Vessel
         development
  76MEDICAL SYSTEMS--           11,042          16,042          +5,000
     ADV DEV
        Automated       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Laboratories
         for
         Biodefense
  81MEDIUM EXTENDED            276,259  ..............        -276,259
     AIR DEFENSE
     SYSTEM [MEADS]
     CONCEPTS
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............        -276,259
         RDDW
  82AIRCRAFT AVIONICS           64,650          59,650          -5,000
        Poor execution  ..............  ..............          -5,000
  89COMMON MISSILE             183,790         107,790         -76,000
        Funding ahead   ..............  ..............         -76,000
         of maturation
         of
         technologies
  90INFANTRY SUPPORT            21,637          31,637         +10,000
     WEAPONS
        XM307 25mm      ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Advanced Crew
         Served Weapon
        XM312 .50       ..............  ..............          +8,000
         caliber
         Advanced Crew
         Served Weapon
  95FAMILY OF HEAVY              9,200          17,500          +8,300
     TACTICAL VEHICLES
        Future          ..............  ..............          -6,700
         Tactical
         Truck System
        HEMTT A3        ..............  ..............         +15,000
         System
         Development
         and
         Demonstation
         Phase
 101NIGHT VISION                29,022          30,522          +1,500
     SYSTEMS--SDD
        Enhanced Night  ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Vision Goggle
 102COMBAT FEEDING,             67,283         100,000         +32,717
     CLOTHING, AND
     EQUIPMENT
        Transfer from   ..............  ..............         +32,717
         OPA Line 136
 109AUTOMATIC TEST               4,634          10,634          +6,000
     EQUIPMENT
     DEVELOPMENT
        Integrated      ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Family of
         Test
         Equipment--Ba
         se Shop Test
         Facility (v)
         6
 111TACTICAL                    19,695          25,695          +6,000
     SURVEILLANCE
     SYSTEMS--SDD
        Army Tactical   ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Exploitation
         System [TES-
         A] (for I
         Corps)
 112ARMY TACTICAL               55,075           4,000         -51,075
     MISSILE SYSTEM
     [ATACMS]
        Premature       ..............  ..............         -55,075
         funding
        Viper Strike    ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Munition
 117AVIATION--SDD                2,379           3,379          +1,000
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Ballistic
         Protection
 118WEAPONS AND                129,409         153,409         +24,000
     MUNITIONS--SDD
        Advanced        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Precision
         Kill Weapon
         System
         [APKWS]
        Precision       ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Guided Mortar
         Munition
         [PGMM]
        Rapidly         ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Installed
         Fuel Transfer
         System
        Dual Purpose    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Improved
         Conventional
         Munitions
         [DPICM]
        Hybrid          ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Propellant
         For FCS
         Applications
 121MEDICAL MATERIEL/           12,202          16,202          +4,000
     MEDICAL
     BIOLOGICAL
     DEFENSE
     EQUIPMENT--SDD
        Next            ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Generation
         Cartilage
         Infuser
 124COMBAT                       3,541          15,541         +12,000
     IDENTIFICATION
        Integrated      ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Battlefield
         Combat
         Situational
         Awareness
         System [IB-
         CSAS]
 130PATRIOT PAC-3              174,475  ..............        -174,475
     THEATER MISSILE
     DEFENSE
     ACQUISITION
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............        -174,475
         RDDW
 131INFORMATION                 47,566          62,566         +15,000
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOPMENT
        Tactical        ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Logistics
         Data
         Digitization
         Program
 132THREAT SIMULATOR            17,751          21,251          +3,500
     DEVELOPMENT
        RF/SAM Threat   ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Simulator
         Program
 136ARMY KWAJALEIN             137,307         141,307          +4,000
     ATOLL
        Domed Housing   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Units
        Aberdeen        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Technology
         Transfer
         Initiative
 137CONCEPTS                    26,473          33,473          +7,000
     EXPERIMENTATION
     PROGRAM
        Technology      ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Management
         and
         Collaboration
         Initiative
 139ARMY TEST RANGES           174,603         185,203         +10,600
     AND FACILITIES
        Non-Discarding  ..............  ..............          +1,700
         Sabot
        CRTC FCS        ..............  ..............          +8,900
         Mobility Test
         Complex
         Automobile
         Test Lab
 140ARMY TECHNICAL              54,986          57,986          +3,000
     TEST
     INSTRUMENTATION
     AND TARGETS
        Chemical        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Biological
         Defense
         Material T&E;
         Initiative
 141SURVIVABILITY/              39,138          45,138          +6,000
     LETHALITY
     ANALYSIS
        Decision        ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Related
         Structures
         [DRS]
 142DOD HIGH ENERGY             17,806          19,306          +1,500
     LASER TEST
     FACILITY
        High Energy     ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Laser Systems
         Test Facility
         Infrastructur
         e Upgrade
 148ARMY EVALUATION             57,074          47,074         -10,000
     CENTER
        Excessive       ..............  ..............         -10,000
         growth
 152MUNITIONS                   19,855          29,855         +10,000
     STANDARDIZATION,
     EFFECTIVENESS AND
     SAFETY
        Public Private  ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Partnership
         to Develop
         Metal Matrix
         Composite
         Technologies
        Nanotechnology  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Consortium
 158DOMESTIC            ..............           2,000          +2,000
     PREPAREDNESS
     AGAINST WEAPONS
     OF MASS
     DESTRUCTION
        Mulitiple       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Delivery
         Systems for
         Applying an
         Aqueous
         Decontaminant
 160COMBAT VEHICLE              24,486          31,486          +7,000
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAMS
        Tracked Hybrid- ..............  ..............          +4,500
         Electric
         Vehicle
         Advanced
         Technology
         Demonstrator
        Abrams Track    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Development
        Digitization    ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Support to
         Fort Hood
 161MANEUVER CONTROL            39,581          45,581          +6,000
     SYSTEM
        Classified      ..............  ..............          +6,000
         program
 162AIRCRAFT                   187,959         279,959         +92,000
     MODIFICATIONS/
     PRODUCT
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAMS
        UH-60M IMD-     ..............  ..............          +7,000
         HUMS
         Demonstration
        UH-60M          ..............  ..............         +85,000
         (Transfer
         from AP,A)
 163AIRCRAFT ENGINE              3,399           8,399          +5,000
     COMPONENT
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAM
        Full Authority  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Digital
         Engine
         Control
         [FADEC]
         system
 167MISSILE/AIR                 44,468          46,968          +2,500
     DEFENSE PRODUCT
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAM
        PATRIOT Light   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Antenna Mast
         Group
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Composite
         Radome
 173SPECIAL ARMY                 5,968          11,268          +5,300
     PROGRAM
        Classified      ..............  ..............          +5,300
         program
 174SECURITY AND        ..............          10,500         +10,500
     INTELLIGENCE
     ACTIVITIES
        Asian/Arabic    ..............  ..............            +500
         Language
         Technology
        Documentation   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Exploitation
         Solution
        Base            ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Protection
         and
         Monitoring,
         Ft.
         Leavenworth
 175INFORMATION                 20,728          13,728          -7,000
     SYSTEMS SECURITY
     PROGRAM
        Classified      ..............  ..............          -7,000
         program
 176GLOBAL COMBAT               58,983          48,983         -10,000
     SUPPORT SYSTEM
        Delayed         ..............  ..............         -10,000
         approval of
         architecture
         backbone by
         OSD
 180TACTICAL UNMANNED           60,493          75,493         +15,000
     AERIAL VEHICLES
        Shadow 200      ..............  ..............          +8,900
         TUAV Airframe
         Optimization
        TUAV Tactical   ..............  ..............          +6,100
         Common Data
         Link [TCDL]
 183END ITEM                    65,981          80,181         +14,200
     INDUSTRIAL
     PREPAREDNESS
     ACTIVITIES
        Optics          ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Manufacturing
         Research
        Microwave       ..............  ..............          +1,700
         Wastewater
         Treatment
         System
        Bipolar Wafer-  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         cell NiMH
         battery for
         Army vehicles
        Lean Munitions  ..............  ..............          +3,000
        MERWS--Natick   ..............  ..............          +6,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Future Combat System.--The fiscal year 2004 President's 
budget requests a total of $1,701,331,000 for Armored Systems 
Modernization.
    The Committee is concerned that a single program element 
containing such a large amount of money will not allow the 
oversight necessary to ensure the success of the Army's 
transformation to the Objective Force.
    The budget submission breaks out the Future Combat System 
into three distinct projects--Future Combat System, Networked 
Fires, and Objective Force Indirect Fires. These three projects 
are very extensive, incorporating an entire family of not only 
vehicles, but an intricate networking capability on both manned 
and unmanned platforms to provide truly transformational 
capabilities for the Army.
    The Committee directs that the Secretary of Defense plan, 
program and budget the Objective Force Indirect Fires project 
as its own separate and distinct program element number, within 
the Army Research, Development, Test and Evaluation account. 
The Committee further directs that this new program element 
also include funding of $353,242,000 from the Armored Systems 
Modernization [ASM] program element. The Committee directs that 
this program element, and all projects contained within this 
program element, shall be designated as congressional interest 
items.
    In addition, the Committee directs that the remaining 
$1,348,089,000 be made available within the Armored Systems 
Modernization [ASM] SDD program element and be subdivided into 
the following projects: Combat Systems; Maneuver Sustainment 
Systems; UAVs; UGVs; Unattended Sensors; and Unattended 
Munitions.
    The Committee directs that the justification materials for 
fiscal year 2005 be organized according to the project level 
breakout described above. Additionally, the Committee directs 
that these projects be designated as congressional special 
interest items in the fiscal year 2004 budget, and all 
subsequent budget submissions.
    Electric Personal Assistive Mobility Devices.--The 
Committee is encouraged by recent developments in the area of 
electric-drive mobility devices. These devices offer an 
alternative means of transportation at a reduced cost in 
operation and maintenance, while maintaining a positive impact 
on the environment. Additionally, these devices replace 
underutilized vehicles currently in the military inventory. In 
an effort to better understand the full benefits of these 
alternative methods of transport, the Committee directs the 
Army Tank and Automotive Command to study the impacts of these 
alternative mobility devices, to include the ability of these 
vehicles to replace underutilized vehicles on military 
installations, reductions in costs attributable to these 
replacement technologies, as well as the impact on motor pool 
maintenance.
    Future Tactical Truck System.-- The fiscal year 2004 
President's budget includes $6,700,000 for the Future Tactical 
Truck System and the Maneuver Sustainment Vehicle program. 
However, this program has no Operational Requirements Document, 
and has an unrealistic funding profile, with no real transition 
plan to procurement. The Committee recommends a reduction in 
the program of $6,700,000 and further recommends that the Army 
continue to pursue a tactical truck in the future that takes 
advantage of the many advances in the automotive industry.
    Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.--The Army's UAV program finds 
itself at a critical point. The interim and objective forces 
both rely on UAV capabilities to augment their warfighting 
capabilities. UAVs and, more importantly the payloads they 
carry, will truly contribute to the successful transformation 
to the Army's Objective Force. Any efforts that impede or 
hinder the Army's UAV program will also impede or hinder 
transformation. The Committee has been made aware that the Army 
plans to transfer UAV advocacy to the Army aviation 
directorate. This is a change from the current structure which 
places the Army's military intelligence command at the head of 
the program. The Committee is encouraged by the Army's progress 
in the UAV program, and wants to make sure that moving the 
advocacy from those interested in payloads and missions to 
those more interested in aerodynamic capabilities remains in 
the best interest of the warfighter. The Committee is further 
concerned that as the pressures continue to build on Army 
aviation, the UAV program will find itself paying the bills. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Department of the Army to 
report back to the congressional defense committees on the 
transition plan as well as the long-term UAV roadmap, no later 
than January 30, 2004.
    Project HomeLink.--The Committee notes that there is a lack 
of communications available to family members of active duty 
military personnel who are deployed out of the United States. 
With many of our servicemen and servicewomen overseas, one of 
the quickest means for these members of the armed services to 
communicate with their families is through e-mail. E-mail 
communications have proven to be an asset to the general morale 
and well being of deployed military members. These 
communications provide piece of mind not only to the families 
left behind, but equally as important, to the soldiers, 
sailors, airmen and marines who are doing their jobs so far 
from home. The Committee encourages the Department of the Army 
to initiate a program known as Project HomeLink, a pilot 
program for the personnel at Fort Stewart, Georgia. The program 
should be directed towards improving the morale and welfare of 
deployed military personnel by providing a portable and easy to 
use e-mail system to the family members of those on active 
duty.
    AH-64D Longbow Apache.--The Committee notes that the Army 
currently plans to end production of the Apache Longbow in 
fiscal year 2006. The Army has stated that the Apache will be 
the helicopter that supports the Objective Force and will fight 
alongside the Comanche.
    The Committee encourages the Army to put together a 
modernization plan which will best leverage current technology 
insertion programs and technology initiatives. The Army needs 
to create a comprehensive integration plan to ensure a 
successful Apache transition to the Objective Force. Further, 
the goal of this transition strategy should address the option 
of placing all Apache modernization programs under a single 
manager.
    Alternative to Mixed Systems Research.--The Committee is 
concerned about the direction of the Alternative to Mixed 
Systems Research effort. The Committee directs the Department 
of the Army to submit a report by January 30, 2004 on its plan 
for meeting the program's objectives.
    Platoon Early Warning Device [PEWD-II].--The PEWD-II is the 
U.S. Army's standard tactical physical security sensor system 
that provides Army commanders with an accurate real-time view 
of enemy movement within sectors of interest. It is the 
Committee's understanding that the PEWD-II has successfully 
completed all contractor qualification testing and is scheduled 
for an initial production decision later this year. The 
Committee encourages the Army to give this program all due 
consideration for procurement.
    Mine Clearing Technology.--The Committee understands the 
commercial-off-the-shelf [COTS] SCANJACK Mine Clearing System 
has been used extensively in the Balkans. The Committee 
encourages the Army's Night Vision and Advanced Technology 
program office to evaluate the SCANJACK system to determine if 
it is suitable for the Army's requirement for an area mine 
clearance system.
    Propulsion System for the Future Combat System.--The 
Committee is concerned that the U.S. Army ensure maximum 
technical flexibility and competition as it evaluates 
propulsion system solutions for the Future Combat System. The 
Committee expects the Army to base its assessment on total 
system performance and objective criteria when competing all 
Requests for Proposals related to propulsion. The Committee 
further expects this competition to maximize the Army's stated 
objectives for volume, weight and maintainability.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $13,946,085,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  14,106,653,000
Committee recommendation................................  14,886,381,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$14,886,381,000. This is $779,728,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BASIC RESEARCH:
       1 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                70,669          91,669         +21,000
       2 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                       17,400          17,400  ..............
       3 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                     368,517         384,517         +16,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       456,586         493,586         +37,000

     APPLIED RESEARCH:
       4 POWER PROJECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                             114,144         129,774         +15,630
       5 FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                              75,909         119,909         +44,000
       6 MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY                          31,778          32,778          +1,000
      10 COMMON PICTURE APPLIED RESEARCH                                59,022          90,022         +31,000
      11 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                        52,213          92,963         +40,750
      12 RF SYSTEMS APPLIED RESEARCH                                    44,019          52,519          +8,500
      13 OCEAN WARFIGHTING ENVIRONMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                 48,785          52,285          +3,500
      15 UNDERSEA WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                              62,583          77,083         +14,500
      16 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE APPLIED  RESEARCH               47,490          48,490          +1,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   535,943         695,823        +159,880

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
      18 POWER PROJECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                          173,478         230,580         +57,102
      19 FORCE PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                           55,780          97,980         +42,200
      20 COMMON PICTURE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                             69,194          77,194          +8,000
      21 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                     54,794          80,294         +25,500
      22 RF SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                 45,475          62,475         +17,000
      24 MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION (ATD)           56,404          85,404         +29,000
      28 NAVY TECHNICAL INFORMATION PRESENTATION SYSTEM                151,058         136,058         -15,000
      29 WARFIGHTER PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                      11,435          14,435          +3,000
      30 UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                           38,168          51,168         +13,000
      31 JOINT WARFARE EXPERIMENTS                                      13,684          24,684         +11,000
      32 NAVY WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS AND DEMONSTRA- TIONS              20,584          39,984         +19,400
      33 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECH-  NOLOGY          31,719          38,219          +6,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    721,773         938,475        +216,702

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION:
      35 AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS                                22,832          22,832  ..............
      36 AVIATION SURVIVABILITY                                          6,809          11,809          +5,000
      37 DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL                           79,449          64,329         -15,120
      38 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                        11,149          17,149          +6,000
      39 TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE                                7,051           7,051  ..............
      40 ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY                              3,394           7,394          +4,000
      41 SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTER- MEASURES              140,731         140,731  ..............
      42 SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE                                   48,347          40,347          -8,000
      43 CARRIER SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                   144,965         164,965         +20,000
      44 SHIPBOARD SYSTEM COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT                         20,431          32,431         +12,000
      45 PILOT FISH                                                     95,301          95,301  ..............
      46 RETRACT LARCH                                                  74,111          74,111  ..............
      47 RETRACT JUNIPER                                                20,526          20,526  ..............
      48 RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL                                            1,112           1,112  ..............
      49 SURFACE ASW                                                     2,506           5,006          +2,500
      50 SSGN CONVERSION                                                68,988          68,988  ..............
      51 ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT                          52,744          85,444         +32,700
      52 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEMS                              6,027           6,027  ..............
      53 SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED DESIGN                                    7,679          22,679         +15,000
      55 ADVANCED NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                201,239         201,239  ..............
      56 ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS                              1,468           1,468  ..............
      57 CHALK EAGLE                                                    17,463          17,463  ..............
      58 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)                                    158,071         158,071  ..............
      59 COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                                      86,836         100,836         +14,000
      60 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                         42,539          42,539  ..............
      61 MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES                                 240,695         240,695  ..............
      62 MARINE CORPS MINE/COUNTERMEASURES SYSTEMS--ADV DEV              1,215           1,215  ..............
      63 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM                      19,700          28,700          +9,000
      64 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                   12,385          12,385  ..............
      65 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT                                         72,506          72,506  ..............
      66 OCEAN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                       18,180          18,180  ..............
      67 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION                                       30,127          33,127          +3,000
      68 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM                                             1,713           3,713          +2,000
      69 FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT                                          1,440           1,440  ..............
      70 CHALK CORAL                                                    61,453          61,453  ..............
      71 NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY                                      7,591          10,091          +2,500
      72 RETRACT MAPLE                                                 300,864         300,864  ..............
      73 LINK PLUMERIA                                                 105,363         105,363  ..............
      74 RETRACT ELM                                                    43,755          43,755  ..............
      75 SHIP SELF DEFENSE                                               9,733           9,733  ..............
      76 LINK EVERGREEN                                                 95,796          95,796  ..............
      77 SPECIAL PROCESSES                                              53,450          53,450  ..............
      78 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                   7,941           7,941  ..............
      79 LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY                                         63,434          89,434         +26,000
      80 NONLETHAL WEAPONS                                              43,445          44,445          +1,000
      81 ALL SERVICE COMBAT IDENTIFICATION EVALUATION  TEAM             16,765          15,065          -1,700
      82 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS                   24,304          24,304  ..............
      83 SINGLE INTEGRATED AIR PICTURE (SIAP) SYSTEM ENGINEER           15,053          15,053  ..............
      87 SPACE & ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) ARCHITECTURE/ENGINE           31,369          36,369          +5,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                       2,600,045       2,734,925        +134,880

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT:
      91 OTHER HELO DEVELOPMENT                                         66,764          67,764          +1,000
      92 AV-8B AIRCRAFT--ENG DEV                                        10,527          10,527  ..............
      93 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT                                          50,063          50,063  ..............
      94 MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT                   76,998          76,998  ..............
      96 AIR/OCEAN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING                                 4,309           4,309  ..............
      97 P-3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                                       7,306          19,606         +12,300
      98 WARFARE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                          1,466           5,266          +3,800
      99 TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM                                        68,805          62,005          -6,800
     100 E-2C RADAR MODERNIZATION                                      352,298         352,298  ..............
     101 H-1 UPGRADES                                                   90,589          92,589          +2,000
     102 ACOUSTIC SEARCH SENSORS                                        15,831          15,831  ..............
     103 V-22A                                                         441,142         398,142         -43,000
     104 AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                    8,765           8,765  ..............
     105 EW DEVELOPMENT                                                256,701         269,201         +12,500
     106 VHXX EXECUTIVE HELO DEVELOPMENT                               197,431         197,431  ..............
     107 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM--NAVY (JTRS-NAVY)                  87,943          87,943  ..............
     108 SC-21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM ENGINEERING                         1,037,987       1,025,487         -12,500
     109 SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING                   205,733         213,233          +7,500
     110 LPD-17 CLASS SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                                7,989           7,989  ..............
     111 TRI-SERVICE STANDOFF ATTACK MISSILE                            25,137          25,137  ..............
     113 STANDARD MISSILE IMPROVEMENTS                                  76,927          86,927         +10,000
     114 AIRBORNE MCM                                                   88,514          91,514          +3,000
     115 SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION                              80,815          83,815          +3,000
     116 AIR CONTROL                                                    10,472          10,472  ..............
     117 ENHANCED MODULAR SIGNAL PROCESSOR                               1,006           1,006  ..............
     118 SHIPBOARD AVIATION SYSTEMS                                     18,352          23,852          +5,500
     119 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER CONVERSION                           21,244          21,244  ..............
     120 NEW DESIGN SSN                                                112,355         141,555         +29,200
     121 SSN-21 DEVELOPMENTS                                            13,482          25,982         +12,500
     122 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEM                              32,238          38,738          +6,500
     123 SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/ LIVE FIRE T&E;                           138,017         136,267          -1,750
     124 NAVY TACTICAL COMPUTER RESOURCES                                2,267           2,267  ..............
     125 MINE DEVELOPMENT                                                1,497           1,497  ..............
     126 UNGUIDED CONVENTIONAL AIR-LAUNCHED WEAPONS                      9,701          14,701          +5,000
     127 LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO DEVELOPMENT                                 3,442           3,442  ..............
     128 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                                   33,029          33,029  ..............
     129 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                    8,136           8,136  ..............
     130 PERSONNEL, TRAINING, SIMULATION, AND HUMAN FACTORS              1,941           1,941  ..............
     132 BATTLE GROUP PASSIVE HORIZON EXTENSION SYSTEM                  16,942          16,942  ..............
     133 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON SYSTEMS                                     775             775  ..............
     134 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (DETECT & CONTROL)                           40,930          38,516          -2,414
     135 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: HARD KILL)                          23,076          41,076         +18,000
     136 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: SOFT KILL/EW)                       35,508          48,508         +13,000
     137 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT                                             9,121          23,093         +13,972
     138 NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM                                           45,726          45,726  ..............
     139 DISTRIBUTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                28,755          30,755          +2,000
     140 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)                                  2,171,736       2,216,536         +44,800
     141 SMART CARD                                                        552             552  ..............
     142 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                              8,835           8,835  ..............
     143 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                             30,562          47,562         +17,000
     144 DEFENSE INTEGRATED MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM             78,724          78,724  ..............
     146 MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT (MMA)                          76,243          76,243  ..............
     147 NAVY STANDARD INTEGRATED PERSONNEL SYSTEM (NSIPS)               4,653           4,653  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT          6,239,357       6,395,465        +156,108

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
     148 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                   28,004          28,004  ..............
     149 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                     37,638          37,638  ..............
     150 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT                                           43,908          43,908  ..............
     151 STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT--NAVY                              4,431           5,431          +1,000
     152 CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES                                      40,726          40,726  ..............
     153 FLEET TACTICAL DEVELOPMENT                                      2,006           2,006  ..............
     155 TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES                                    726          16,226         +15,500
     156 MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL & INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                  30,236          32,736          +2,500
     157 STRATEGIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                     3,883           3,883  ..............
     158 RDT&E; SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT                        64,885          64,885  ..............
     159 RDT&E; INSTRUMENTATION MODERNIZATION                            13,554          13,554  ..............
     160 RDT&E; SHIP AND AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                78,648          78,648  ..............
     161 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                   258,471         258,471  ..............
     162 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CAPABILITY                     12,094          12,094  ..............
     163 NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW)  SUPPORT                3,187           3,187  ..............
     164 SEW SURVEILLANCE/RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT                        12,091          12,091  ..............
     165 MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT                              16,635          21,135          +4,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             651,123         674,623         +23,500

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
     169 STRATEGIC SUB & WEAPONS SYSTEM SUPPORT                        104,793          76,693         -28,100
     170 SSBN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                               38,408          38,408  ..............
     171 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                          2,955           2,955  ..............
     172 NAVY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS                                  27,357          27,357  ..............
     173 RAPID TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION (RTT)                              14,662          10,000          -4,662
     174 F/A-18 SQUADRONS                                              179,047         179,047  ..............
     175 E-2 SQUADRONS                                                   9,083          14,083          +5,000
     176 FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS (TACTICAL)                            16,484          16,484  ..............
     177 TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK MISSION PLANNING CENTER (TMPC)           71,385          81,385         +10,000
     178 INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                 14,278          14,278  ..............
     179 AMPHIBIOUS TACTICAL SUPPORT UNITS                               5,652           5,652  ..............
     180 CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                      21,719          21,719  ..............
     181 CRYPTOLOGIC DIRECT SUPPORT                                      1,466           1,466  ..............
     182 ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) READINESS SUPPORT                      11,927          11,927  ..............
     183 HARM IMPROVEMENT                                               49,381          49,381  ..............
     184 TACTICAL DATA LINKS                                            44,526          44,526  ..............
     185 SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                          12,179          12,179  ..............
     186 MK-48 ADCAP                                                    17,227          17,227  ..............
     187 AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS                                          60,073          60,073  ..............
     188 NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM                                 7,236          10,708          +3,472
     190 OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                              62,751          62,751  ..............
     191 MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                           235,722         238,722          +3,000
     192 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS SYSTEMS             35,439          37,189          +1,750
     193 MARINE CORPS COMBAT SERVICES SUPPORT                           19,723          19,723  ..............
     194 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                           2,322           2,322  ..............
     195 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE  (AMRAAM)              9,297           9,297  ..............
     199 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)                              379,541         354,541         -25,000
     200 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                           18,404          21,404          +3,000
     202 COBRA JUDY                                                     69,369          69,369  ..............
     203 NAVY METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEAN SENSORS--SPACE (METOC)            4,966           4,966  ..............
     204 JOINT C4ISR BATTLE CENTER (JBC)                                50,413          36,513         -13,900
     205 JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS                            5,314           5,314  ..............
     206 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                              56,521         102,921         +46,400
     207 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                            101,448         101,448  ..............
     208 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                13,345          28,445         +15,100
     209 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                  13,717          13,717  ..............
     210 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                               4,421           4,421  ..............
     212 MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT                                 7,044          15,044          +8,000
     213 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                      9,073           9,073  ..............
     214 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                        54,593          63,593          +9,000
     215 MARITIME TECHNOLOGY (MARITECH)                                 10,068          14,068          +4,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    1,873,329       1,910,389         +37,060

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             1,028,497       1,043,095         +14,598
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL,  NAVY         14,106,653      14,886,381        +779,728
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          2004 budget      Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1UNIVERSITY                70,669          91,669          +21,000
     RESEARCH
     INITIATIVES
        Armed Forces  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Food Safety
         and
         Security
         Research
        Center for    ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Nanoscience
         and
         Nanomateria
         ls
        Center for    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Southeaster
         n Tropical
         Remote
         Sensing
        Low           ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Temperature
         Research
         Center
        MEMS Sensor   ..............  ...............          +2,000
         for Rolling
         Element
         Bearings
        Nanomaterial  ..............  ...............          +1,000
         s for High
         Performance
         Coatings
         Applica-
         tions
        Neural        ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Engineering
         for Human
         Response
         Augmentatio
         n
   3DEFENSE RESEARCH         368,517         384,517          +16,000
     SCIENCES
        Academy for   ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Closing and
         Avoiding
         Achievement
         Gaps
        Center for    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Advanced
         Power
         Systems
         [CAPS]
        Nanoscale     ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Architectur
         es from
         Protein
         Nanocages
        Neutron       ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Detector
        Power and     ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Propulsion
         Technologie
         s for the
         Electrical
         Naval Force
        Quantum       ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Optics
        Robotic       ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Countermine
         Technology
   4POWER PROJECTION         114,144         129,774          +15,630
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        UCAV-N--Nava  ..............  ...............         -25,000
         l Precision
         Strike
         Operation--
         budget
         error--tran
         sferred to
         PE 0603114N
        Hypersonics   ..............  ...............          -1,920
         funding
         [NAI]--excl
         udes HyFly
        Space Access  ..............  ...............          -2,450
         [NAI]--excl
         udes HyFly
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Multi-INT
         Exploitatio
         n System
         [AMIES]
        Chemical      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Weapon
         Detection
         for UAV
         Application
         s
        Combustion    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Light Gas
         for Naval
         Surface
         Fire
         Support
         Program
        Free          ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Electron
         Laser
        Gallium       ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Nitride
         [GaN]
         Microelectr
         onics and
         Materials
         Development
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Biological
         Warfare
         Technology
         Platform
        Intelligent   ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Control
         Systems for
         SWARM
         Unmanned
         Aerial
         Vehicles
        Thermal       ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Management
         of
         Environment
         ally
         Enclosed
         Ground
         Stations
         and
         Computing
         Systems
   5FORCE PROTECTION          75,909         119,909          +44,000
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Corrosion     ..............  ...............          +4,500
         Modeling
         Software
        Fusion        ..............  ...............          +7,500
         Processor
         and
         Integrated
         Contextual
         Reasoning
        High          ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Efficiency
         Quiet
         Electric
         Drive
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Fuel
         Processor--
         Fuel Cell
         System
        Low-Cost,     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Rapid
         Prototype/
         Production
         Technology
         for
         Polymeric
         Aircraft
         Components
        Miniature     ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Autonomous
         Vehicles
        Nanostructur  ..............  ...............          +2,500
         ed
         Composite
         Marine
         Coatings
        Project       ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Endeavor
        Solid Oxide   ..............  ...............          +3,500
         Regenerativ
         e Fuel Cell
        Structural    ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Reliability
         of FRP
         Composites
        Unmanned Sea  ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Surface
         Vehicles
         for
         Maritime
         Missions
   6MARINE CORPS              31,778          32,778           +1,000
     LANDING FORCE
     TECHNOLOGY
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Lead Acid
         Battery
         Development
         for
         Military
         Vehicles
  10COMMON PICTURE            59,022          90,022          +31,000
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Transfer to   ..............  ...............          -2,000
         RDDW, PE
         0603765E
        AIREP         ..............  ...............          +7,500
        Expeditionar  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         y Strike
         Group
         Network
         (3rd Fleet)
        M2C2          ..............  ...............          +7,500
        NAIF          ..............  ...............          +5,000
        Naval         ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Automation
         and
         Information
         Management
         Technology
        Theater       ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Undersea
         Warfare
         Initiative
         [TUSW]
  11WARFIGHTER                52,213          92,963          +40,750
     SUSTAINMENT
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Fouling and
         Corrosion
         Control
         Coatings
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Materials
         and
         Intelligent
         Processing
         Center
        Agile         ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Vaccinology
        Biodegradabl  ..............  ...............          +2,250
         e Polymers
         for Naval
         Application
         s
        Bioenvironme  ..............  ...............          +1,000
         ntal
         Hazards
         Research
         Program
        Carbon Foam   ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Program
        Coastal Area  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Tactical
         Mapping
         System
         [CATS]
        Diagnostic    ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Tool for
         Biowarfare-
         Inflicted
         Infectious
         Dis- ease
        Formable      ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Aligned
         Carbon
         Thermosets
         [FACTS]
        LO Materials  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         for Navy
         Stealth
         Application
         s with
         Nanotechnol
         ogy
         Research
        Optimizing    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Adaptive
         Warrior
         Performance
        Rapid and     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Highly
         Sensitive
         Detection
         of
         Biowarfare
         Agents
        Titanium      ..............  ...............          +3,500
         Matrix
         Composites
         Program
  12RF SYSTEMS                44,019          52,519           +8,500
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Transfer to   ..............  ...............          -5,500
         RDDW, PE
         0603765E
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Microwave
         Ferrite
         Research
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Semiconduct
         or
         Materials
        High          ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Briteness
         Electron
         Sources
        Maritime      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Synthetic
         Range
        Wide Bandgap  ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Silicon
         Carbide
         Semiconduct
         or Re-
         search
  13OCEAN                     48,785          52,285           +3,500
     WARFIGHTING
     ENVIRONMENT
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Transfer to   ..............  ...............          -2,500
         RDDW, PE
         0603765E
        Southeast     ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Atlantic
         Coastal
         Ocean
         Observing
         System
         [SEACOOS]
  15UNDERSEA WARFARE          62,583          77,083          +14,500
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        AN/SQS-53C    ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Mine
         Detection
         and
         Classificat
         ion
         Enhancement
         s
        High Powered  ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Ultrasonics
        Low Acoustic  ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Signature
         Motor
         (LAMPrEy)
        Magnetorestr  ..............  ...............          +4,500
         ictive
         Transductio
         n [TERFENOL-
         D]
        MEMS-IMU      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Torpedo
         Defense
         Application
         s
  16MINE AND                  47,490          48,490           +1,000
     EXPEDITIONARY
     WARFARE APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Mobile        ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Underwater
         Coastal
         Surveillanc
         e System
  18POWER PROJECTION         173,478         230,580          +57,102
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        UCAV-N--Nava  ..............  ...............         +25,000
         l Precision
         Strike
         Operation--
         budget
         error--tran
         sferred
         from PE
         0602114N
        Hypersonics   ..............  ...............          -4,688
         funding
         [NAI]--excl
         udes HyFly
        Space Access  ..............  ...............            -210
         [NAI]--excl
         udes HyFly
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Lifting
         Body
         Research
         Program
        High Energy   ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Laser-Low
         Aspect
         Target
         Tracking
         [HEL-LATT]
        High Speed,   ..............  ...............          +9,000
         Heavy-Lift,
         Shallow
         Draft-
         Capable
         Watercraft
         Demonstrati
         on
        Magdalena     ..............  ...............         +15,000
         Ridge
         Observatory
        Precision     ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Strike
         Navigator
        Solar/        ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Electric
         Airplane
         Military
         Telecommuni
         cations
         Relay
         Demonstrati
         on
        Variable      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Engine
         Nozzle
  19FORCE PROTECTION          55,780          97,980          +42,200
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        LSC(X)--fund  ..............  ...............          [5,000]
         s available
         only for
         lifting
         body
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Waterjet-21
        Agile Port    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         and High
         Speed Ship
         Technology
        Composite     ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Special
         Operations
         Craft
        High          ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Performance
         Lightweight
         Generator
        High          ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Temperature
         Superconduc
         ting AC
         Propulsion
         Motor and
         Generator
        Laser         ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Welding and
         Cutting
        Project M     ..............  ...............          +4,700
        Remote        ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Continuous
         Energetic
         Material
         Manufacturi
         ng
         Pyrotechnic
         IR Decoys
        Uninterrupti  ..............  ...............          +3,500
         ble PEM
         Fuel Cell
         Substation
        Wave Power    ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Demonstrati
         on Project
  20COMMON PICTURE            69,194          77,194           +8,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Consolidated  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Undersea
         Situational
         Awareness
         System
         [CUSAS]
        Shipboard     ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Automated
         Reconstruct
         ion
         Capability
         [SHARC]
  21WARFIGHTER                54,794          80,294          +25,500
     SUSTAINMENT
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Automatic     ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Container
         and Cargo
         Handling
         System
        Defense       ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Systems
         Modernizati
         on and
         Sustainment
         Initiative
        Emerging/     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Critical
         Interconnec
         tion
         Technologie
         s Program
         [E/CIT]
        Energy and    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Environment
         al
         Technology
        Expeditionar  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         y Logistics
         Software
         Development
        Extreme       ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Environment
         Urban
         Warfare
         Research
        Flight/       ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Hanger Deck
         Cleaner
         Improvement
         s
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Aircraft
         Health
         Management
        On-Line       ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Electro-
         Hydrodynami
         c Filter
  22RF SYSTEMS                45,475          62,475          +17,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        APY-6 Real-   ..............  ...............         +10,000
         time
         Precision
         Targeting
         Radar
        Common        ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Affordable
         Radar
         Processor
  24MARINE CORPS              56,404          85,404          +29,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEMONSTRATION
     [ATD]
        Expeditionar  ..............  ...............          +8,000
         y Warfare
         Water
         Purificatio
         n
        Man-portable  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Quadrupole
         Resonance
         Landmine
         Detec- tion
        Mobile Fire   ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Support
         System
         [MFSS]
         120mm
         Mortar
         Program
        Project       ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Albert
        Transportabl  ..............  ...............          +7,000
         e
         Transponder
         Landing
         System
  28JOINT                    151,058         136,058          -15,000
     EXPERIMENTATION
        Insufficient  ..............  ...............         -15,000
         Justificati
         on
  29WARFIGHTER                11,435          14,435           +3,000
     PROTECTION
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Portable      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Remote IV
         Fluid
         Production
         Device
  30UNDERSEA WARFARE          38,168          51,168          +13,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Hawaii        ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Undersea
         Vehicle
         Test and
         Training
         Environ-
         ment
        Primametric   ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Modificatio
         n of the
         SQS-53C
         Surface
         Ship Sonar
        SAUVIM        ..............  ...............          +1,500
        Sea Test for  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Towed
         Acoustic
         Arrays
  31JOINT WARFARE             13,684          24,684          +11,000
     EXPERIMENTS
        JSIMS         ..............  ...............          -4,000
        National      ..............  ...............         +15,000
         Security
         Modeling,
         Simulation
         and
         Training
  32NAVY WARFIGHTING          20,584          39,984          +19,400
     EXPERIMENTS AND
     DEMONSTRATIONS
        Transfer      ..............  ...............         +16,000
         from OPN
        FORCEnet      ..............  ...............          +3,400
         Limited
         Objective
         Experiments
         -Transferre
         d from
         PE0604231N
  33MINE AND                  31,719          38,219           +6,500
     EXPEDITIONARY
     WARFARE
     ADVANCED TECH-
     NOLOGY
        Augmented     ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Reality
         Program
        Hyperspectra  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         l Imager
         for the
         Coastal
         Ocean
         [HICO]
  36AVIATION                   6,809          11,809           +5,000
     SURVIVABILITY
        Rotocraft     ..............  ...............          +5,000
         External
         Airbag
         Protection
         System
         [REAPS]
  37DEPLOYABLE JOINT          79,449          64,329          -15,120
     COMMAND AND
     CONTROL
        JFCOM         ..............  ...............          -9,600
         trainer
        Transfer to   ..............  ...............          -5,520
         OPN for
         installatio
         n of
         systems
  38ASW SYSTEMS               11,149          17,149           +6,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        Claymore      ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Marine
        LASH Anti-    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Submarine
         Warfare
  40ADVANCED COMBAT            3,394           7,394           +4,000
     SYSTEMS
     TECHNOLOGY
        Improved      ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Shipboard
         Combat
         Information
         Center
  42SURFACE SHIP              48,347          40,347           -8,000
     TORPEDO DEFENSE
        AN/WSQ-11     ..............  ...............         -12,000
         obligation
         and
         execution
         delays
        Anti-Torpedo  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Torpedo--Lo
         w Cost
         Component
         Develop-
         ment
  43CARRIER SYSTEMS          144,965         164,965          +20,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Battlestati
         on/Decision
         Support
         System
        Aviation      ..............  ...............         +14,000
         Ship
         Integration
         Center
  44SHIPBOARD SYSTEM          20,431          32,431          +12,000
     COMPONENT
     DEVELOPMENT
        Center of     ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Excellence
         for
         Advanced
         Naval
         Propulsors
        Improved      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Surface
         Vessel
         Torpedo
         Launcher
        MTTC/IPI      ..............  ...............          +8,000
  49SURFACE ASW                2,506           5,006           +2,500
        ASW Risk      ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Reduction
  51ADVANCED                  52,744          85,444          +32,700
     SUBMARINE
     SYSTEM
     DEVELOPMENT
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Composite
         Sail Phase
         II
        High          ..............  ...............          +8,700
         Performance
         Metal Fiber
         Brush
         Program Sea
          Tests
        Rotary        ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Electromagn
         etic
         (Torpedo)
         Launcher
         System
         [REML]
        Submarine     ..............  ...............         +20,000
         Payload and
         Sensors
         Program
  53SHIP CONCEPT               7,679          22,679          +15,000
     ADVANCED DESIGN
        Small         ..............  ...............         +15,000
         Combatant
         Craft--Seal
         ion
         Technology
         Demonstrati
         on
  58LITTORAL COMBAT          158,071         158,071   ...............
     SHIP [LCS]
        LCS mission   ..............  ...............         [76,000]
         module
         development
         and
         integration
  59COMBAT SYSTEM             86,836         100,836          +14,000
     INTEGRATION
        Maritime      ..............  ...............         +14,000
         Directed
         Energy Test
         and
         Evaluation
         Center
         [MDETEC]
  63MARINE CORPS              19,700          28,700           +9,000
     GROUND COMBAT/
     SUPPORT SYSTEM
        Electromagne  ..............  ...............          +1,000
         tic Gun
         Initiative
        Neutralizati  ..............  ...............          +2,500
         on of
         Facility
         Threats
        Urban Ops     ..............  ...............          +3,500
         Environment
         Research
        Weaponizatio  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         n of Novel
         Technology
  67ENVIRONMENTAL             30,127          33,127           +3,000
     PROTECTION
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Marine
         Mammal
         Monitoring
         and
         Protection
         System
         [IMAPS]
  68NAVY ENERGY                1,713           3,713           +2,000
     PROGRAM
        Proton        ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Exchange
         Membrane
         Fuel Cell
         Trial
  71NAVY LOGISTIC              7,591          10,091           +2,500
     PRODUCTIVITY
        Joint         ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Engineering
         Data
         Management
         Information
         Control
         System
         [JEDMICS]
  79LAND ATTACK               63,434          89,434          +26,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        Autonomous    ..............  ...............         +20,000
         Naval
         Support
         Round
         [ANSR]
        Hardened      ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Precision
         Sensors for
         Missiles
         and Proj-
         ectiles
        Millennium    ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Gun System
  80NONLETHAL                 43,445          44,445           +1,000
     WEAPONS
        Non-Lethal    ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Technology
         Research,
         Marine
         Corps
         Research
         University
  81ALL SERVICE               16,765          15,065           -1,700
     COMBAT
     IDENTIFICATION
     EVALUATION TEAM
     [ASCIET]
        Insufficient  ..............  ...............          -1,700
         Justificati
         on
  87SPACE AND                 31,369          36,369           +5,000
     ELECTRONIC
     WARFARE [SEW]
     ARCHITECTURE/
     ENGINEERING
     SUPPORT
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Wireless
         Technology
  91OTHER HELO                66,764          67,764           +1,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Helicopter
         Tow Cable
  97P-3                        7,306          19,606          +12,300
     MODERNIZATION
     PROGRAM
        P-3 AIP       ..............  ...............         +12,300
         Phased
         Capability
         Upgrade
  98WARFARE SUPPORT            1,466           5,266           +3,800
     SYSTEM
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +1,800
         Condition
         Assessment
         System
         [ICAS]
        Upgrade of    ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Mobile
         Inshore
         Undersea
         Warfare
         Units with
         Deployable
         Autonomous
         Distributed
         Systems
  99TACTICAL COMMAND          68,805          62,005           -6,800
     SYSTEM
        Transfer      ..............  ...............          -6,800
         FORCEnet
         Limited
         Objective
         Experiments
         to
         PE0603758N
 101H-1 UPGRADES              90,589          92,589           +2,000
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Mechanical
         Diagnostics
         , UH-1/AH-
         1Z
 103V-22A                    441,142         398,142          -43,000
        Transfer to   ..............  ...............         -43,000
         RDDW for
         SOCOM ATA
 105EW DEVELOPMENT           256,701         269,201          +12,500
        IDECM         ..............  ...............         +12,500
 108SC-21 Total Ship       1,037,987       1,025,487          -12,500
     System
     Engineering
        Delay in      ..............  ...............         -12,500
         Volume
         Search
         Radar
 109SURFACE                  205,733         213,233           +7,500
     COMBATANT
     COMBAT SYSTEM
     ENGINEERING
        Open          ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Architectur
         e upgrades
        Silicon       ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Carbide
         MMIC
         Producibili
         ty Program
 113STANDARD MISSILE          76,927          86,927          +10,000
     IMPROVEMENTS
        Extended      ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Range Anti-
         Air Warfare
 114AIRBORNE MCM              88,514          91,514           +3,000
        AQS-20        ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Airborne
         Minehunting
         Sonar
 115SSN-688 AND               80,815          83,815           +3,000
     TRIDENT
     MODERNIZATION
        Submarine     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Integrated
         Antenna
         System
 118SHIPBOARD                 18,352          23,852           +5,500
     AVIATION
     SYSTEMS
        IASS/ITI      ..............  ...............          +4,000
        Machine       ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Vision
         Confirmatio
         n of Launch
         Bar
         Engagement
         System
 120NEW DESIGN SSN           112,355         141,555          +29,200
        Submarine     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Combat
         Control
         System
         Architectur
         e
        Virginia      ..............  ...............          +8,200
         Class--Info
         rmation
         Assurance
        Virginia      ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Class--Mult
         i-Mission
         Module
        Virginia      ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Class--Netw
         ork Centric
         Architectur
         e
 121SSN-21                    13,482          25,982          +12,500
     DEVELOPMENTS
        SEAFAC        ..............  ...............         +12,500
         Underway
         HGA
         Upgrades
 122SUBMARINE                 32,238          38,738           +6,500
     TACTICAL
     WARFARE SYSTEM
        AN/BSG-1      ..............  ...............         -10,500
        Submarine     ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Tactical
         Control
         System
        Submarine     ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Weapon
         Control
         System
 123SHIP CONTRACT            138,017         136,267           -1,750
     DESIGN/LIVE
     FIRE T&E;
        Heavy Lift    ..............  ...............          -5,750
         LCAC--Insuf
         ficient
         Justificati
         on
        UNOLS         ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Research
         Vessel
 126UNGUIDED                   9,701          14,701           +5,000
     CONVENTIONAL
     AIR-LAUNCHED
     WEAPONS
        Light         ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Defender
 134SHIP SELF                 40,930          38,516           -2,414
     DEFENSE (DETECT
     & CONTROL)
        IRST          ..............  ...............          -2,414
         Cancellatio
         n
 135SHIP SELF                 23,076          41,076          +18,000
     DEFENSE
     (ENGAGE: HARD
     KILL)
        Phalanx       ..............  ...............         +18,000
         SEARAM
 136SHIP SELF                 35,508          48,508          +13,000
     DEFENSE
     (ENGAGE: SOFT
     KILL/EW)
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Radar
         Absorbing
         Tiles
        NULKA         ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Improvement
         s
        Shipboard EW  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Protect
 137MEDICAL                    9,121          23,093          +13,972
     DEVELOPMENT
        Normalizing   ..............  ...............          -3,528
         budget
         request to
         justificati
         on
         documenta-
         tion
        Coastal       ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Cancer
         Control
        Distress      ..............  ...............          +3,500
         Streamer
         Signaling
         System
        Hemoglobin    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Based
         Oxygen
         Carrier
        Naval Blood   ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Research
         Laboratory
        Topically     ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Applied
         Vectored
         Vaccine
 139DISTRIBUTED               28,755          30,755           +2,000
     SURVEILLANCE
     SYSTEM
        Centurion     ..............  ...............          +2,000
 140JOINT STRIKE           2,171,736       2,216,536          +44,800
     FIGHTER [JSF]
        Inflation     ..............  ...............         -28,000
         Adjustment
         Correction
        F136          ..............  ...............         +72,800
         Interchange
         able Engine
 143INFORMATION               30,562          47,562          +17,000
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOPMENT
        SPAWAR ITC--  ..............  ...............         +12,000
         Human
         Resource
         Enterprise
         Strategy
        Virtual       ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Perimeter
         Monitoring
         System
        Wireless      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Sensor
         Technologie
         s
 151STUDIES AND                4,431           5,431           +1,000
     ANALYSIS
     SUPPORT--NAVY
        Fire          ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Resistant
         Fibers
 155TECHNICAL                    726          16,226          +15,500
     INFORMATION
     SERVICES
        HTDV          ..............  ...............          +8,000
        RCUH          ..............  ...............            +500
         Engineering
         Design
         Center
        Pacific-      ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Based Joint
         Info Tech
         Center
 156MANAGEMENT,               30,236          32,736           +2,500
     TECHNICAL &
     INTERNATIONAL
     SUPPORT
        Combating     ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Terrorism
         Wargaming
         and
         Research
 165MARINE CORPS              16,635          21,135           +4,500
     PROGRAM WIDE
     SUPPORT
        Chemical      ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Biological
         Incident
         Response
         Force
         [CBIRF]
        Chemical      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Biological
         Warfare
         Agent Chip
         Detector
 169STRATEGIC SUB &          104,793          76,693          -28,100
     WEAPONS SYSTEM
     SUPPORT
        Effectivenes  ..............  ...............         -29,600
         s
         Enhancement
         [E2]
         Program
        Thin Plate    ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Pure Lead
         Technology
         in
         Submarine
         Bat-
         teries
 173RAPID TECHNOLOGY          14,662          10,000           -4,662
     TRANSITION
     [RTT]
        New start     ..............  ...............          -4,662
         reduction
 175E-2 SQUADRONS              9,083          14,083           +5,000
        Network       ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Centric
         Warfare
         Testbed
 177TOMAHAWK AND              71,385          81,385          +10,000
     TOMAHAWK
     MISSION
     PLANNING CENTER
      [TMPC]
        Precision     ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Terrain
         Aided
         Navigation
 188NAVY SCIENCE               7,236          10,708           +3,472
     ASSISTANCE
     PROGRAM
        Normalizing   ..............  ...............          -3,528
         budget
         request to
         justificati
         on
         documenta-
         tion
        LASH MCM/ISR  ..............  ...............          +7,000
 191MARINE CORPS             235,722         238,722           +3,000
     COMMUNICATIONS
     SYSTEMS
        Improved      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         High
         Performance
         Long-Range
         Radar
         Transmitter
 192MARINE CORPS              35,439          37,189           +1,750
     GROUND COMBAT/
     SUPPORTING ARMS
     SYS-  TEMS
        Marine Corps  ..............  ...............          +1,750
         Mountain/
         Cold
         Weather
         Clothing
         and
         Equipment
 199SATELLITE                379,541         354,541          -25,000
     COMMUNICATIONS
     [SPACE]
        Insufficient  ..............  ...............         -25,000
         Justificati
         on--MUOS
 200INFORMATION               18,404          21,404           +3,000
     SYSTEMS
     SECURITY
     PROGRAM
        SECUREkit     ..............  ...............          +3,000
 204JOINT C4ISR               50,413          36,513          -13,900
     BATTLE CENTER
     [JBC]
        Insufficient  ..............  ...............         -13,900
         Justificati
         on
 206TACTICAL                  56,521         102,921          +46,400
     UNMANNED AERIAL
     VEHICLES
        Fire Scout    ..............  ...............         +46,400
         UAV
 208AIRBORNE                  13,345          28,445          +15,100
     RECONNAISSANCE
     SYSTEMS
        EP-3          ..............  ...............          -2,000
         Advanced
         Sensor
         Execution
         Delays
        Deployable    ..............  ...............          +8,600
         Unmanned
         Systems for
         Targeting,
         Exploitatio
         n, and
         Reconnaissa
         nce
         [DUSTER]
        Modular       ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Upgrades to
         Airborne
         Reconnaissa
         nce Sensors
        Multi-        ..............  ...............          +4,500
         Spectral
         Glass
         Windows for
         Airborne
         Reconnaissa
         nce Podded
         Sensors
 212MODELING AND               7,044          15,044           +8,000
     SIMULATION
     SUPPORT
        Naval         ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Modeling
         and
         Simulation
 214INDUSTRIAL                54,593          63,593           +9,000
     PREPAREDNESS
        Navy          ..............  ...............          +9,000
         Manufacturi
         ng
         Technology
         [MANTECH]
         Program
 215MARITIME                  10,068          14,068           +4,000
     TECHNOLOGY
     [MARITECH]
        Automatic     ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Identificat
         ion
         Technology
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    Use of Research and Development Funding for Shipbuilding.--
The Committee is aware that the Department of the Navy plans to 
fund the purchase of ships in fiscal year 2005 within the 
Research and Development, Navy account. These ships--the first 
in their class--the DD(X) next-generation destroyer and the 
Littoral Combat Ship [LCS] are currently planned to be procured 
with research and development dollars with the second ship in 
each class to be procured with Shipbuilding and Conversion, 
Navy [SCN] funds in fiscal year 2006.
    The Committee understands that there are seeming advantages 
to this approach--reducing prior year shipbuilding costs and 
providing these programs with the additional flexibility that 
is inherent in research and development funding. The Committee 
is concerned, however, that the Department will not reap the 
benefits it seeks. Central to the argument that supports 
building the first ship in a class with research and 
development funding is the necessity to learn lessons from the 
research, development and testing being done. If the Navy 
plans, as it currently does, to fund the second ship in each of 
these classes in fiscal year 2006 in SCN before actual 
construction even begins on the research and development-funded 
ships, the distinction between funding in research and 
development and SCN only becomes one of full-funding.
    Therefore, the Committee directs that if these ships--the 
DD(X) and LCS--are funded in research and development, all 
research and development acquisition rules will apply, 
including technology readiness reviews, milestone decisions, 
and test and evaluation before these ships may enter 
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy for procurement.
    If the Navy chooses not to follow the acquisition policies 
required of research and development programs before they enter 
procurement, funding for these first ships in their class shall 
be requested in Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy, as has been 
the tradition.
    Withholding of Research and Development Funding.--The 
Committee has been informed by the General Accounting Office 
that the Navy has been withholding a percentage of funds from 
its research and development programs to be reallocated by the 
service. The Committee is concerned that this practice 
disguises the actual costs of Navy programs. The Committee 
bases its funding recommendations on the official budget 
request. If 1 to 2 percent of the funding requested for these 
programs is instead being withheld and pooled to be used on 
others, the Committee is not receiving accurate information on 
these programs. This procedure undermines the work of the 
Congress.
    Therefore, the Committee directs the Comptroller General to 
submit a report to the congressional defense committees no 
later than 30 days after the date of enactment that details, by 
fiscal year, from what programs these withholds were made and 
to which programs this funding was applied. The Committee 
further directs that the Comptroller General conduct the same 
review of and report on the research and development accounts 
for the Air Force, Army, and for Research and Development, 
Defense-Wide. This report shall be submitted no later than 
March 1, 2004.
    Open Architecture Upgrades for Vertical Launch Systems.--
The Committee believes that the Mk 41 Vertical Launch System 
will remain an important part of the Navy's warfighting 
capability. To this end, the Committee encourages the Navy to 
incorporate this system in its open architecture plans. Such 
efforts should ensure compatibility and Mk 41 availability for 
either forward-fit or back-fit into such open architecture 
systems.
    Composite Tissue Transplant Program.--The Committee 
applauds the progress made to date by the Navy Bureau of 
Medicine on the Composite Tissue Transplant Program, but 
recognizes the need to extend this work to human clinical 
trials. The Committee is aware of the extensive capabilities of 
Jewish Hospital of Louisville and the University of Louisville 
in transplantation and their unparalleled leadership in this 
area. The Committee requests that the Navy work cooperatively 
with them to take this research to the clinical trials stage.
    Joint Simulation System.--The Committee is concerned that 
the Department of Defense has planned to establish a software 
support facility at the Joint Warfighting Center at Joint 
Forces Command to maintain the Joint Simulation System [JSIMS] 
before an Analysis of Alternatives [AoA] has been completed to 
determine what approach is best for simulated joint training. 
The Committee recommends a reduction to this program of 
$4,000,000, and directs that the program not be moved from its 
current location until the AoA is complete and the 
congressional defense committees receive a report detailing why 
the preferred alternative was chosen.
    Littoral Combat Ship.--The Committee is supportive of the 
Navy's Littoral Combat Ship [LCS] program, but is concerned 
that the Navy has underestimated the technological challenges 
the development of this ship may face. While considerable 
effort has been made and careful thought has been taken 
regarding plans for the sea frame, the Committee remains 
unconvinced that similar efforts have been taken regarding the 
ship's mission modules. Unfortunately, of the $158,071,000 the 
Department of Navy requested for LCS research and development, 
the Department only requested $41,000,000 for sea frame-related 
mission module activities. The Committee, therefore, has 
earmarked $76,000,000 of the request for LCS and directs the 
Navy to establish a fully-funded mission module research and 
development program for the Flight 0 LCS that extends beyond 
the patchworked mine warfare plan.
    FORCEnet.--The President's fiscal year 2004 budget request 
includes $14,700,000 for the second year of the Navy's FORCEnet 
enterprise. The Committee is supportive of the goals of this 
integration program, but is concerned that no requirements have 
been approved or implemented and that there is duplication of 
effort, especially in the areas of experimentation and 
demonstrations. The Committee directs that the FORCEnet program 
establish these requirements, test them from within the Navy 
Warfighting Experiments and Demonstrations line (PE0603758N), 
and release the approved requirements changes to those affected 
Navy and Marine Corps programs as quickly as possible in fiscal 
year 2004. To this end, the Committee recommends that 
$3,400,000 of FORCEnet funding be transferred to the Navy 
Warfighting Experiments and Demonstrations line and that all 
activities in that program element be embedded with FORCEnet 
concepts.
    Military Dental Research.--Oral health problems can have a 
surprisingly significant impact on operational readiness. 
Military dental research focuses on reducing dental emergencies 
which are due to disease or trauma. This research has resulted 
in improved battle site prevention and treatment and has 
developed improved diagnostic and treatment methods. In 2000, 
the Military Dental Research Review panel confirmed the need 
for this program, but also expressed concern over the lack of a 
steady funding stream for this research. The Committee agrees 
that the Department of Defense has failed to adequately budget 
for military dental research and directs the Department to 
sufficiently fund this program in the future.
    Joint Strike Fighter Interchangeable Engine.--The Committee 
is dismayed that the Joint Strike Fighter program office was 
permitted to take a reduction for inflation savings 
disproportionately against the F136 Interchangeable Engine. 
This cut resulted in a $56,000,000 reduction to this engine's 
research and development effort in fiscal year 2004.
    The Committee has been supportive of this engine 
development program for several years and has, in fact, 
increased funding to accelerate this engine's development. This 
cut to the program flies in the face of longstanding Committee 
support.
    The Committee, therefore, recommends a total cut of 
$56,000,000 to the Joint Strike Fighter program which is to be 
taken equally from the Navy and the Air Force Joint Strike 
Fighter programs with the exception of the F136 engine program. 
The Committee also recommends that the fiscal year 2004 cut to 
the F136 Interchangeable Engine be restored to the original 
program with an appropriate adjustment for the inflation cut.
    Finally, the Committee has added $20,000,000 to this 
program only for risk reduction to the F136 Interchangeable 
Engine program.
    Geostationary Imaging FTS [GIFTS].--The Committee is 
supportive of the Geostationary Imaging FTS [GIFTS] program and 
instructs the Department of the Navy to honor its commitment to 
this important program.
    FireScout Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.--The Committee has 
included an additional $46,400,000 for the FireScout unmanned 
aerial vehicle program. The Committee directs that the eight 
FireScouts procured be available for Naval concept of 
operations studies (to include those for the Littoral Combat 
Ship) and that, from remaining funds, the Navy shall develop 
and implement a complete operational testing plan for this 
system.
    Shared Navy and Coast Guard UAV Requirements.--The United 
States Coast Guard could greatly benefit from the lessons that 
the Navy has learned about the use of unmanned aerial vehicles 
and their continued development. The Committee directs the 
Secretary of the Navy, in conjunction with the Commandant of 
the United States Coast Guard, to submit a report, no later 
than April 1, 2004, to the Committees on Appropriations, which 
details the common requirements each have and which recommends 
technologies and/or platforms which would meet these 
requirement currently and in the future.

         Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $18,822,569,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  20,336,258,000
Committee recommendation................................  20,086,290,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$20,086,290,000. This is $249,968,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BASIC RESEARCH:
       1 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                     204,754         209,554          +4,800
       2 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                               105,224         105,224  ..............
       3 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH INITIATIVES                         12,063          12,063  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       322,041         326,841          +4,800

     APPLIED RESEARCH:
       4 MATERIALS                                                      68,657         105,743         +37,086
       5 AEROSPACE VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES                                 65,662          60,861          -4,801
       6 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS APPLIED RESEARCH                           66,795          70,795          +4,000
       7 AEROSPACE PROPULSION                                          101,575          92,610          -8,965
       8 AEROSPACE SENSORS                                              75,577          75,577  ..............
       9 MULTI-DISCIPLINARY SPACE TECHNOLOGY                            90,526          87,073          -3,453
      10 SPACE TECHNOLOGY                                               83,240         100,310         +17,070
      11 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                         46,455          46,455  ..............
      12 DIRECTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGY                                     35,359          38,859          +3,500
      13 COMMAND CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS                             71,674          80,674          +9,000
      14 DUAL USE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                        10,586          10,586  ..............
      15 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH                                     41,854          41,854  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     757,960         811,397         +53,437

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
      16 ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS                          33,079          49,982         +16,903
      17 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SENSORS                                     36,550          37,550          +1,000
      18 FLIGHT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY                              ..............           1,000          +1,000
      19 AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/DEMO                                  73,416          48,118         -25,298
      20 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER TECHNOLOGY                     114,726          74,942         -39,784
      21 CREW SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY               34,487          38,487          +4,000
      22 ELECTRONIC COMBAT TECHNOLOGY                                   28,496          33,296          +4,800
      25 ADVANCED SPACECRAFT TECHNOLOGY                                 72,114         101,134         +29,020
      27 MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (MSSS)                           6,323          55,323         +49,000
      28 MULTI-DISCIPLINARY ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT SPACE                  62,610          61,055          -1,555
          TECHNOLO
      29 CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                30,516          35,516          +5,000
      30 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                    27,024          35,524          +8,500
      32 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MODERNIZATION PROGRAM              185,282  ..............        -185,282
      33 C3I ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                       31,538          36,538          +5,000
      34 SPECIAL PROGRAMS                                              369,483         367,483          -2,000
      35 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE                                    8,537           8,537  ..............
      36 HIGH ENERGY LASER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY  PROGRAM                 10,910          10,910  ..............
      37 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                12,053          12,053  ..............
      38 AMC COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                  6,046           6,046  ..............
      39 JOINT NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER                                  2,940           2,940  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    1,146,130       1,016,434        -129,696

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION:
      40 INTELLIGENCE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                               4,513           4,513  ..............
      41 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                    24,483          24,483  ..............
      43 ADVANCED EHF MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                778,078         778,078  ..............
      44 POLAR MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                         5,580           5,580  ..............
      45 NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL             267,716         267,716  ..............
          SATE
      46 SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY                                       14,714          14,714  ..............
      47 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY                               16,575          16,575  ..............
      48 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                   3,888           3,888  ..............
      49 INTERNATIONAL SPACE COOPERATIVE R&D;                               545             545  ..............
      50 ADVANCED WIDEBAND SYSTEM (AWS)                                439,277         349,277         -90,000
      51 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE                                   16,466          16,466  ..............
      52 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE                             67,632          67,632  ..............
      53 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SYSTEM RDT&E; (SPACE)                        36,686          36,686  ..............
      55 SPACE-BASED RADAR                                             274,104         199,104         -75,000
      56 POLLUTION PREVENTION                                            2,318           5,318          +3,000
      57 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS                   13,847          13,847  ..............
      58 HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM (HDBTDS)           12,633          12,633  ..............
          P
      59 UNMANNED COMBAT AIR VEHICLE (UCAV)                            161,269         161,269  ..............
      60 OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE LAUNCH                                24,440          24,440  ..............
      61 COMMON AERO VEHICLE (CAV)                                      12,220          12,220  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         2,176,984       2,014,984        -162,000

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT:
      62 GLOBAL BROADCAST SERVICE (GBS)                                 38,147          38,147  ..............
      63 JOINT HELMET MOUNTED CUEING SYSTEM (JHMCS)                        843             843  ..............
      64 NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT                                        13,396          13,396  ..............
      65 B-1B                                                           88,703          88,703  ..............
      66 SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING                       3,267           6,667          +3,400
      67 F-22                                                          620,740         620,740  ..............
      68 B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BOMBER                                152,084         152,084  ..............
      70 EW DEVELOPMENT                                                 74,034          90,034         +16,000
      71 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO                                           48,814          44,714          -4,100
      72 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                     7,261           7,261  ..............
      73 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB (SDB)                                     126,447         126,447  ..............
      74 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS                                           82,565          82,565  ..............
      75 INTERIM POLAR                                                  13,740          13,740  ..............
      76 SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM (SBIRS) HIGH EMD                  617,229         617,229  ..............
      77 MILSTAR LDR/MDR SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS  (SPACE)               1,383           1,383  ..............
      78 MUNITIONS DISPENSER DEVELOPMENT                                15,849          15,849  ..............
      79 ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                                   8,419           8,419  ..............
      80 SUBMUNITIONS                                                    4,717           4,717  ..............
      81 AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT                                            5,574          18,474         +12,900
      82 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                                   34,061          36,061          +2,000
      83 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS                                              269             269  ..............
      84 UNMANNED COMBAT AIR VEHICLE (UCAV)                             14,675          14,675  ..............
      85 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                         20,383          20,383  ..............
      86 INTEGRATED COMMAND & CONTROL APPLICATIONS  (IC2A)                 239           6,339          +6,100
      87 INTELLIGENCE EQUIPMENT                                          1,320           2,320          +1,000
      88 TACTICAL DATA LINK INFRASTRUCTURE                              14,675          14,675  ..............
      89 COMMON LOW OBSERVABLES VERIFICATION SYSTEM (CLOVERS)            7,000           7,000  ..............
      91 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)                                  2,194,087       2,166,087         -28,000
      92 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE                            184,193         184,193  ..............
      93 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE PROGRAM (SPACE)               8,000           8,000  ..............
      94 RDT&E; FOR AGING AIRCRAFT                                       24,063          43,063         +19,000
      95 PRECISION ATTACK SYSTEMS PROCUREMENT                   ..............          20,000         +20,000
      96 UNMANNED COMBAT AIR VEHICLE JOINT PROGRAM  OFFICE               4,892           4,892  ..............
      97 LINK-16 SUPPORT AND SUSTAINMENT                                58,783          66,783          +8,000
      98 FULL COMBAT MISSION TRAINING                                    6,946           6,946  ..............
      99 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR                                 14,684          14,684  ..............
     100 CV-22                                                          65,703          65,703  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            4,577,185       4,633,485         +56,300

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
     101 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                   36,595          36,595  ..............
     102 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT                                           50,215          56,215          +6,000
     103 RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE                                         24,586          24,586  ..............
     104 RANCH HAND II EPIDEMIOLOGY STUDY                                4,692           4,692  ..............
     106 INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST & EVALUATION                          34,646          34,646  ..............
     107 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                   336,720         336,720  ..............
     108 ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH PROGRAM (SPACE)                           9,673          19,673         +10,000
     109 SPACE TEST PROGRAM (STP)                                       42,909          37,909          -5,000
     110 FACILITIES RESTORATION AND MODERNIZATION--TEST AND EV          33,940          33,940  ..............
     111 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT--TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT            15,770          15,770  ..............
     112 GENERAL SKILL TRAINING                                            318             318  ..............
     114 JUDGMENT FUND REIMBURSEMENT                                    36,434          36,434  ..............
     115 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES                                        3,867           3,867  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             630,365         641,365         +11,000

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
     116 B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BOMBER                                 24,691          24,691  ..............
     117 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE AGENCY                         7,855           7,855  ..............
     118 B-52 SQUADRONS                                                 28,649          28,649  ..............
     119 ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                                        13,364          13,364  ..............
     120 AIR-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE (ALCM)                             29,804          29,804  ..............
     121 STRAT WAR PLANNING SYSTEM--USSTRATCOM                           1,748           1,748  ..............
     122 ADVANCED STRATEGIC PROGRAMS                                     6,100           6,100  ..............
     123 REGION/SECTOR OPERATION CONTROL CENTER MODERNIZATION           22,573          22,573  ..............
          P
     125 JOINT EXPEDITIONARY FORCE EXPERIMENT                           51,367          51,367  ..............
     126 A-10 SQUADRONS                                                 29,729          29,729  ..............
     127 F-16 SQUADRONS                                                 87,478          97,478         +10,000
     128 F-15E SQUADRONS                                               112,085         111,585            -500
     129 MANNED DESTRUCTIVE SUPPRESSION                                 20,633          20,633  ..............
     130 F-22 SQUADRONS                                                315,784         315,784  ..............
     131 F-117A SQUADRONS                                               14,752          14,752  ..............
     132 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                             375             375  ..............
     133 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE  (AMRAAM)             32,429          32,429  ..............
     135 AF TENCAP                                                      10,479          13,479          +3,000
     136 SPECIAL EVALUATION PROGRAM                                    164,239         164,239  ..............
     137 COMPASS CALL                                                    3,790           3,790  ..............
     138 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT  PROGRAM                180,112         180,112  ..............
     139 CSAF INNOVATION PROGRAM                                         1,880           1,880  ..............
     140 JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE (JASSM)                  31,216          31,216  ..............
     141 AEROSPACE OPERATIONS CENTER (AOC)                              27,887          27,887  ..............
     142 CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER (CRC)                             16,083          16,083  ..............
     143 AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM (AWACS)                   270,397         270,397  ..............
     144 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                12,312          12,312  ..............
     146 ADVANCED PROGRAM TECHNOLOGY                                   263,392         263,392  ..............
     147 THEATER BATTLE MANAGEMENT (TBM) C4I                            31,647          31,647  ..............
     148 FIGHTER TACTICAL DATA LINK                                     42,877          42,877  ..............
     149 BOMBER TACTICAL DATA LINK                                      12,959          12,959  ..............
     150 C2ISR TACTICAL DATA LINK                                       26,927          26,927  ..............
     151 MC2C (MULTI-SENSOR COMMAND AND CONTROL CONSTELLATION)         363,630         363,630  ..............
     152 JOINT SURVEILLANCE AND TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYS-  TEM           58,431          58,431  ..............
     153 SEEK EAGLE                                                     19,587          19,587  ..............
     154 ADVANCED PROGRAM EVALUATION                                   425,486         245,052        -180,434
     155 USAF MODELING AND SIMULATION                                    8,483           8,483  ..............
     156 WARGAMING AND SIMULATION CENTERS                                6,262           6,262  ..............
     157 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                                       62,348          62,348  ..............
     158 INFORMATION WARFARE SUPPORT                                    12,091          12,091  ..............
     161 NAIC                                                   ..............           5,000          +5,000
     163 MISSILE AND SPACE TECHNICAL COLLECTION                 ..............           5,000          +5,000
     166 E-4B NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPERATIONS CENTER (NAOC)                44,377          44,377  ..............
     169 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK             10,716          10,716  ..............
          (ME
     170 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                           37,667          39,667          +2,000
     171 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                   17,473          17,473  ..............
     172 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                               3,547           3,547  ..............
     174 MILSATCOM TERMINALS                                           173,831         173,831  ..............
     176 SELECTED ACTIVITIES                                           107,800          97,800         -10,000
     177 GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (GATM)                            7,164           7,164  ..............
     178 SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK (SPACE)                              18,603          21,603          +3,000
     179 WEATHER SERVICE                                                16,317          16,317  ..............
     180 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH, AND LANDING SYS-  TEM           10,622          10,622  ..............
     181 SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES                             474          20,474         +20,000
     184 AIR FORCE TACTICAL MEASUREMENT AND SIGNATURE                    7,510           7,510  ..............
          INTELLIGE
     185 DEFENSE RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT ACTIVITIES  (SPACE)            232,287         232,287  ..............
     186 DEFENSE METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE PROGRAM  (SPACE)                 918             918  ..............
     187 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (USER EQUIPMENT)            100,589         100,589  ..............
     188 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE AND CONTROL          146,468         146,468  ..............
          S
     190 SPACE WARFARE CENTER                                              404             404  ..............
     191 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM (SPACE)                                 63,210          63,210  ..............
     192 DRAGON U-2 (JMIP)                                              52,518          57,518          +5,000
     193 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                            398,631         402,131          +3,500
     194 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                77,823          78,823          +1,000
     195 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                  14,726          14,726  ..............
     196 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                              27,107          27,107  ..............
     197 NCMC--TW/AA SYSTEM                                             57,933          57,933  ..............
     198 SPACETRACK (SPACE)                                            118,234         118,234  ..............
     200 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM (SPACE)                                 35,834          35,834  ..............
     201 SPACE ARCHITECT                                                12,589          12,589  ..............
     203 SHARED EARLY WARNING (SEW)                                      3,254           3,254  ..............
     204 C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON                                        105,381         111,506          +6,125
     205 C-5 AIRLIFT SQUADRONS                                         356,570         356,570  ..............
     206 C-17 AIRCRAFT                                                 184,089         184,089  ..............
     207 C-130J PROGRAM                                                 13,551          13,551  ..............
     208 LARGE AIRCRAFT IR COUNTERMEASURES (LAIRCM)                     45,946          45,946  ..............
     209 KC-135S                                                         1,473           1,473  ..............
     210 KC-10S                                                          2,306           2,306  ..............
     212 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                      1,406           1,406  ..............
     213 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                        39,396          55,896         +16,500
     215 PRODUCTIVITY, RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY, MAINTAIN.     ..............           9,000          +9,000
          PRO
     216 SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                    54,034          72,034         +18,000
     218 SERVICE-WIDE SUPPORT (NOT OTHERWISE ACCOUNTED FOR)              4,392           4,392  ..............
     219 CIVILIAN COMPENSATION PROGRAM                                   7,130           7,130  ..............
     220 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT           13,464          13,464  ..............
         COBRA BALL                                             ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    5,479,695       5,395,886         -83,809

     RETIREMENT ACCRUALS:
     999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                         5,245,898       5,245,898  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AF            20,336,258      20,086,290        -249,968
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2004 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 DEFENSE RESEARCH         204,754         209,554          +4,800
       SCIENCES
          Quantum Info  ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Technology
          Non-lethal    ..............  ..............            +500
           Stunning/
           Immobilizin
           g weapons
           research
          Information   ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Security
           and Cyber
           Counter
           Terrorism
          Thin Film     ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Magnetic
           Materials
          National      ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Fotonics
           Research
          Corrosion     ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Protection
           of Aluminum
           Alloys Used
           in Air-
           craft
          Reduce        ..............  ..............          -5,000
           biological
           research
          Hypersonics   ..............  ..............          -1,990
           funding
           [NAI]
          Space Access  ..............  ..............            -210
           [NAI]
    4 MATERIALS                 68,657         105,743         +37,086
          Closed Cell   ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Foam
           Material
          UV FEL        ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Capabilitie
           s for
           Aerospace
           Microfabric
           ation
          Nanostructur  ..............  ..............          +5,500
           ed
           Materials
           for
           Advanced AF
           Concepts
          Strategic     ..............  ..............         +10,000
           Partnership
           for
           Research in
           Nanotechnol
           ogy
          Durable       ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Hybrid
           Coatings
           for
           Aircraft
           Systems
          Thermal       ..............  ..............          +3,200
           Sprays for
           Structural
           Protection
          Nanotechnolo  ..............  ..............          +1,500
           gy Research
          Microfabrica  ..............  ..............          +6,000
           tion
          Titanium      ..............  ..............          +3,100
           Matrix
           Composites
           Program
          Materials     ..............  ..............            -214
           for
           Structures,
           Propulsion,
           and
           Subsystems
           [NAI]
    5 AEROSPACE                 65,662          60,861          -4,801
       VEHICLE
       TECHNOLOGIES
          Structures    ..............  ..............            -653
           [NAI]
          Aerospace     ..............  ..............          -4,148
           Vehicle
           Technology
           [NAI]
    6 HUMAN                     66,795          70,795          +4,000
       EFFECTIVENESS
       APPLIED
       RESEARCH
          Solid         ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Electrolyte
           Oxygen
           Separator
          Nanoparticle  ..............  ..............          +1,000
           s for the
           Detection
           and
           Neutralizat
           ion of
           Bioterroris
           t Agents
          Mobile        ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Molecular
           Test
           Laboratory
    7 AEROSPACE                101,575          92,610          -8,965
       PROPULSION
          Hybrid        ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Plastics
          High Powered  ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Electrical
           Aircraft
           Capabilitie
           s [HiPEAC]
          Hypersonics   ..............  ..............         -13,965
           funding
           [NAI]
          Rocket        ..............  ..............          -1,000
           Propulsion
           Technology
           [NAI]
    9 MULTI-                    90,526          87,073          -3,453
       DISCIPLINARY
       SPACE
       TECHNOLOGY
          Starfire      ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Optical
           Range
           Coating
           Facility
          High Speed    ..............  ..............            -734
           Airbreathin
           g
           Propulsion
           Technology
           [NAI]
          Multi-        ..............  ..............          -4,219
           Disciplinar
           y Space
           Technology
           [NAI]
   10 SPACE TECHNOLOGY          83,240         100,310         +17,070
          HAARP         ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Experimenta
           tion
          Integrated    ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Control for
           Autonomous
           Space
           Systems
           [ICASS]
          Technology    ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Satellite
           of the 21st
           Century
          Electromagne  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           tic Wave
           Gradiometer
          Elastic       ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Memory
           Composite
           Materials
          Substrates    ..............  ..............          +2,000
           for Solar
           Cells
          Space Craft   ..............  ..............          -1,930
           Vehicle
           Technology
           [NAI]
   12 DIRECTED ENERGY           35,359          38,859          +3,500
       TECHNOLOGY
          National      ..............  ..............            +500
           High Energy
           Laser
           Consortium
          Stabilized    ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Fiber Laser
           Pump
           Development
   13 COMMAND CONTROL           71,674          80,674          +9,000
       AND
       COMMUNICATIONS
          Secure        ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Knowledge
           Management
           for
           Collaborati
           ve
           Enterprise
           Management
          MASINT        ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Warfighter
           Visualizati
           on Tools
          Effects       ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Based
           Planning
           Execution
           and
           Assessment
   16 ADVANCED                  33,079          49,982         +16,903
       MATERIALS FOR
       WEAPON SYSTEMS
          Plasma Arc/   ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Waste to
           Energy
           Production
          Educate 21st  ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Century IO
           Workforce
          Hybrid        ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Bearing
          Assessing     ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Aging of
           Military
           Aircraft
          Ceramic       ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Matrix
           Composites
           for Engines
          Metals        ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Affordabili
           ty
           Initiative
           [MAI]
          National      ..............  ..............          -1,597
           Aerospace
           Initiative
           [NAI]
   17 ADVANCED                  36,550          37,550          +1,000
       AEROSPACE
       SENSORS
          National      ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Operational
           Radar
           Signature
           Production
           and
           Research
           Capability
   18 FLIGHT VEHICLE    ..............           1,000          +1,000
       TECHNOLOGY
          AFRL Study    ..............  ..............          +1,000
           of Legacy
           Tactical
           Aircraft
   19 AEROSPACE                 73,416          48,118         -25,298
       TECHNOLOGY DEV/
       DEMO
          Fly-by-light  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Avionics
           for UCAV
          Advanced      ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Aluminum
           Aerostructu
           res
           Initiative
          Sensor Craft  ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Unmanned
           Aerospace
           UAV
          UAV           ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Composites
          National      ..............  ..............         -42,298
           Aerospace
           Initiative
          MEDLINK       ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Global
           Response
   20 AEROSPACE                114,726          74,942         -39,784
       PROPULSION AND
       POWER
       TECHNOLOGY
          Single        ..............  ..............         -38,885
           Engine Demo
           [NAI]
          Space and     ..............  ..............            -899
           Missile
           Rocket
           Propulsion
           [NAI]
   21 CREW SYSTEMS AND          34,487          38,487          +4,000
       PERSONNEL
       PROTECTION
       TECHNOLOGY
          The           ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Logistics
           Institute
          TALON         ..............  ..............          +2,000
   22 ELECTRONIC                28,496          33,296          +4,800
       COMBAT
       TECHNOLOGY
          ATAR-LMSJ     ..............  ..............          +4,800
   25 ADVANCED                  72,114         101,134         +29,020
       SPACECRAFT
       TECHNOLOGY
          Radically     ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Segmented
           Launch
           Vehicle
           Risk
           Reduction
          MRAM          ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Innovative
           Communicati
           ons
           Materials
          Hardening     ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Technologie
           s for
           Satellite
           Protection
           [HTSP]
          Boron Energy  ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Cell
           Technology
          AESIR         ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Reusable
           LOX/LNG
           Launch
           Vehicle
           Technology
          Thin film     ..............  ..............          +7,000
           amorphous
           solar
           arrays
          Ballistic     ..............  ..............            -480
           Missile
           Technology
           [NAI]
   27 MAUI SPACE                 6,323          55,323         +49,000
       SURVEILLANCE
       SYSTEM [MSSS]
          High          ..............  ..............         +10,000
           Accuracy
           Network
           Determinati
           on System
           [HANDS]
          Pan Stars     ..............  ..............         +12,000
          MSSS          ..............  ..............         +27,000
           Operations
           and
           Research
   28 MULTI-                    62,610          61,055          -1,555
       DISCIPLINARY
       ADVANCED
       DEVELOPMENT
       SPACE
       TECHNOLOGY
          Rocket        ..............  ..............          -1,555
           Propulsion
           Demonstrati
           on [NAI]
   29 CONVENTIONAL              30,516          35,516          +5,000
       WEAPONS
       TECHNOLOGY
          AGM-65        ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Maverick
           Missile
           Upgrade
   30 ADVANCED WEAPONS          27,024          35,524          +8,500
       TECHNOLOGY
          Applications  ..............  ..............          +8,500
           of LIDAR to
           Vehicles
           with
           Analysis
           [ALVA]
   32 HIGH PERFORMANCE         185,282  ..............        -185,282
       COMPUTING
       MODERNIZATION
       PROGRAM
          Transfer to   ..............  ..............        -185,282
           RDDW line
           44
   33 C3I ADVANCED              31,538          36,538          +5,000
       DEVELOPMENT
          Fusion        ..............  ..............          +4,000
           SIGINT
           Enhancement
           s for
           Network-
           Centric ISR
          Effects       ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Based
           Operation
   34 SPECIAL PROGRAMS         369,483         367,483          -2,000
          Classified    ..............  ..............          -2,000
           program
   50 ADVANCED                 439,277         349,277         -90,000
       WIDEBAND SYSTEM
       [AWS]
          AWS Program   ..............  ..............         -90,000
           Risk
   55 SPACE-BASED              274,104         199,104         -75,000
       RADAR
          Risk          ..............  ..............         -75,000
           reduction
   56 POLLUTION                  2,318           5,318          +3,000
       PREVENTION
          Diesel        ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Engine
           Particulate
           Exhaust
           Emissions
           Reduc-
           tion
          Painting and  ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Coating
           Pollution
           Prevention
           for Defense
           Facilities
   66 SPECIALIZED                3,267           6,667          +3,400
       UNDERGRADUATE
       FLIGHT TRAINING
          Boom          ..............  ..............          +3,400
           Operator
           Weapon
           System
           Trainer
           [BOWST]
   70 EW DEVELOPMENT            74,034          90,034         +16,000
          Loitering     ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Electronic
           Warfare
           Killer
           [LEWK]
          Precision     ..............  ..............         +10,000
           Location
           and
           Identificat
           ion [PLAID]
           Upgrade
   71 JOINT TACTICAL            48,814          44,714          -4,100
       RADIO
          Rapid         ..............  ..............          +3,900
           Replacement
           of Mission
           Critical
           Logistics
           Electronic
           Components
          Phase 2       ..............  ..............          -8,000
           contract
   81 AGILE COMBAT               5,574          18,474         +12,900
       SUPPORT
          Deployable    ..............  ..............          +3,900
           Oxygen
           System
          Nano-         ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Technology
           to produce
           sterile
           water
          Base          ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Operating
           Support
           Assessment
           Model
           [BOSAM]
   82 JOINT DIRECT              34,061          36,061          +2,000
       ATTACK MUNITION
          Tungsten      ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Heavy Alloy
           Core Deep
           Penetration
           JDAM
   86 INTEGRATED                   239           6,339          +6,100
       COMMAND &
       CONTROL
       APPLICATIONS
       [IC2A]
          Distributed   ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Mission
           Interoperab
           ility
           Toolkit
           [DMIT]
          Asset Source  ..............  ..............          +2,600
           for
           Software
           Engineering
           Technology
   87 INTELLIGENCE               1,320           2,320          +1,000
       EQUIPMENT
          High Powered  ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Microwave
           Vulnerabili
           ty
           Assessment
   91 JOINT STRIKE           2,194,087       2,166,087         -28,000
       FIGHTER [JSF]
          Inflation     ..............  ..............         -28,000
           adjustment
           correction
   94 RDT&E; FOR AGING           24,063          43,063         +19,000
       AIRCRAFT
          Aging         ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Landing
           Gear Life
           Extension
          Academic      ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Research
           for Aging
           Aircraft
          Air Vehicle   ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Health
           Management,
           Improved
           Fleet
           Readiness
          Advanced      ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Technology
           into Legacy
           Avionics
           Systems
   95 PRECISION ATTACK  ..............          20,000         +20,000
       SYSTEMS
       PROCUREMENT
          LITENING      ..............  ..............         +20,000
           Targeting
           Pods for
           National
           Guard
   97 LINK-16 SUPPORT           58,783          66,783          +8,000
       AND SUSTAINMENT
          611th ETDL-   ..............  ..............          +8,000
           D2-Link 16
           Support and
           Sustainment
  102 MAJOR T&E;                 50,215          56,215          +6,000
       INVESTMENT
          Holloman      ..............  ..............          +5,000
           High Speed
           Test Track
           [HHSTT]
           Upgrade
          3 Data        ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Sensor
           System
  108 ROCKET SYSTEMS             9,673          19,673         +10,000
       LAUNCH PROGRAM
       (SPACE)
          Ballistic     ..............  ..............         +10,000
           Missile
           Range
           Safety
           Technology
           [BMRST]
  109 SPACE TEST                42,909          37,909          -5,000
       PROGRAM [STP]
          Unexecuted    ..............  ..............          -5,000
           Testing
  127 F-16 SQUADRONS            87,478          97,478         +10,000
          AN/APG-68     ..............  ..............         +10,000
           [V] 9 Radar
           Upgrade
  128 F-15E SQUADRONS          112,085         111,585            -500
          Execution     ..............  ..............         -17,000
           delay
          F-15 C/D      ..............  ..............         +16,500
           Radar Block
           Upgrade
  135 AF TENCAP                 10,479          13,479          +3,000
          GPS-Jammer    ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Detection
           and
           Location
           System
  154 ADVANCED PROGRAM         425,486         245,052        -180,434
       EVALUATION
          Classified    ..............  ..............        -180,434
           program
  161 NATIONAL AIR      ..............  ..............          +5,000
       INTELLIGENCE
       CENTER
          Classified    ..............  ..............          +5,000
           program
  163 MISSILE AND       ..............  ..............          +5,000
       SPACE TECHNICAL
       COLLECTION
          Measurement   ..............  ..............          +5,000
           and
           Signatures
           Intelligenc
           e Battle
           Lab
  170 INFORMATION               37,667          39,667          +2,000
       SYSTEMS
       SECURITY
       PROGRAM
          Lighthouse    ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Cyber
           Security
           Program
  176 SELECTED                 107,800          97,800         -10,000
       ACTIVITIES
          Classified    ..............  ..............         -10,000
           reduction
  178 SATELLITE                 18,603          21,603          +3,000
       CONTROL NETWORK
       (SPACE)
          Civil         ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Reserve
           Space
           Service
           [CRSS]
           Initiative
  181 SECURITY AND                 474          20,474         +20,000
       INVESTIGATIVE
       ACTIVITIES
          Air Force     ..............  ..............         +20,000
           Personnel
           Security
           Investment
           Program
           (Transfer
           from OPAF)
  192 DRAGON U-2                52,518          57,518          +5,000
       [JMIP]
          SYERS-2       ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Focal
           Planes
  193 ENDURANCE                398,631         402,131          +3,500
       UNMANNED AERIAL
       VEHICLES
          Lithium Ion   ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Battery
           Qualificati
           on for the
           RQ-4A
  194 AIRBORNE                  77,823          78,823          +1,000
       RECONNAISSANCE
       SYSTEMS
          Ultra-        ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Wideband
           Airborne
           Laser
           Communicati
           ons for
           ISR
  204 C-130 AIRLIFT            105,381         111,506          +6,125
       SQUADRON
          TN ANG APN-   ..............  ..............          +6,125
           241 Radar
           Upgrade
           Program for
           ANG C-130
           Aircraft
  213 INDUSTRIAL                39,396          55,896         +16,500
       PREPAREDNESS
          Applied       ..............  ..............         +14,000
           Research &
           Technology
           in
           Transition
          Bi-polar      ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Wafer-cell
           NiMH
           Aircraft
           Battery
  215 PRODUCTIVITY,     ..............           9,000          +9,000
       RELIABILITY,
       AVAILABILITY,
       MAINTAIN. PROG
       OFC [PRAMPO]
          LEAn Depot    ..............  ..............          +9,000
           Engine
           Repair
           [LEADER]
  216 SUPPORT SYSTEMS           54,034          72,034         +18,000
       DEVELOPMENT
          Performance   ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Based
           Logistics/
           Maintenance
           Steering
           Group 3
          C-5/C-17      ..............  ..............          +3,000
           SCME
          Common Core   ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Power
           Production
           Program
           [C2P2]
          Special       ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Operations
           Aircraft
           Depot
           Maintenance
          Heavy Duty    ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Hybrid
           Electric
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National Aerospace Initiative.--The President's fiscal year 
2004 budget request creates an Aerospace Initiative within 
several different research and development accounts throughout 
the budget submission. The Committee has several concerns with 
this approach. First, the overall strategy of the program 
suffers from poor program definition. Second, the information 
contained within each of the justification book materials is 
less than adequate. While these materials flag specific 
interest items within specific program element lines as being 
part of the National Aerospace Initiative, there is no concise, 
unified submission that links all these projects together for a 
clearly defined, clearly stated goal that addresses the overall 
initiative.
    The Committee is very concerned that this initiative places 
undue burdens on the funding plans of the affected services' 
basic science and technology programs, and essentially amounts 
to a series of unfunded mandates, with particular respect to 
the Army and the Air Force. This approach has the potential to 
create devastating effects on the future of service driven 
science and technology.
    While the Committee lauds the Secretary of Defense's 
efforts to streamline research and development in key areas of 
hypersonics, there is no overarching tie which makes clear why 
each project was chosen, or how it is linked with the others.
    Therefore, the Committee recommends a reduction to the 
National Aerospace Initiative [NAI] of $30,000,000 from 
projects related to hypersonics, and a reduction of $20,000,000 
from projects related to space access. This action represents 
an increase of 26 percent over the fiscal year 2003 
appropriated level for hypersonics programs and an increase of 
8 percent over the fiscal year 2003 appropriated level for 
projects relating to space access.
    In addition, the Committee is particularly concerned that 
two of the NAI's central projects, projects the Defense 
Department calls ``critical path demonstrations'', are new 
starts in 2004 and unfunded in the Future Year Defense Plan. 
Few details were provided on these projects and the Department 
of Defense has failed to make the case that these technologies 
have a clearly defined, executable path forward. It appears 
that the Department is also unconvinced of the merits of this 
program and has decided against funding it in the out-years. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends a reduction of $42,298,000 
from PE 0603211F, project 5099 and $38,885,000 from PE 
0603216F, project 3035.
    Electronic Warfare Transition Plan.--The Committee notes 
that cross-service electronic attack and tactical jamming 
capabilities are being updated and modernized. The Navy's 
Improved Capabilities III [ICAP-III] electronic warfare 
development has thus far been successful and is planned to 
transition to the Navy's follow-on jamming platform.
    The Committee notes that the United States Air Force is 
requesting funds for the development of an electronic attack 
program utilizing the B-52 as an electronic attack platform and 
is concerned that the program outlined to date does not 
leverage receiver investments made by other services and may be 
inconsistent with the intentions of the congressionally-
mandated Advanced Electronic Attack Analysis of Alternative.
    The Committee encourages the Air Force to work with other 
services to capitalize on investments already made in the area 
of electronic attack. That cooperation should ensure that the 
technologies developed and fielded are consistent with those of 
the other services and work in conjunction with those systems. 
The Secretary of the Air Force shall submit to the 
congressional defense committees a report detailing the future 
path of electronic warfare and the means by which the Air Force 
will accomplish the stated goals of the Analysis of 
Alternatives. This report shall be due by no later than January 
30, 2004.
    GPS III.--The Committee notes that the fiscal year 2004 
President's budget did not include funding for the GPS III 
satellite program. This action will delay the launch of this 
critical capability until at least fiscal year 2012.
    GPS III represents a complete overhaul of the GPS 
architecture. This critical modernization program provides 
improved system performance in the areas of anti-jam, accuracy, 
system fidelity, improved signal and mission flexibility, as 
well as increased responsiveness of the system to civil and 
military customers.
    The Committee has great concern that the Air Force has 
continued to delay this program, in spite of the continued 
support of the Congress and the warfighter. The improved 
technology that GPS III brings to the military is impressive. 
It is difficult to understand why the Department of Defense 
continues to delay this program and drag their feet on making 
the necessary commitment to field this program as soon as 
technologically feasible. The Committee notes that the Air 
Force felt this program was necessary in its previous budget 
submissions to Congress, is planning to fund it in the fiscal 
year 2005 budget, but included no funding in fiscal year 2004. 
With sporadic budget plans like this, it is no mystery why 
critical space programs continue to be delayed.
    Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of the Air 
Force to report back to the congressional defense committees no 
later than January 30, 2004 with a detailed plan of options for 
fielding this critical program prior to fiscal year 2012.
    Advanced Wideband System (Transformational Communications 
Architecture).--The fiscal year 2004 President's budget 
requests $439,000,000 for the Advanced Wideband System [AWS], 
also known as the Transformational Communications Architecture. 
The Committee recommends a reduction of $90,000,000. AWS's 
stated goal is to remove communications as a constraint to the 
warfighter. The Committee supports this goal and that of the 
AWS to move communications into the next generation. However, 
the Committee is concerned that the Air Force assumes too much 
risk and is maintaining too aggressive of a schedule, without 
adequately providing for risk reduction.
    Space Based Radar.--The budget request includes 
$274,104,000 for the Space Based Radar program. The Committee 
notes that the Air Force has increased funding for this program 
by nearly 500 percent over last year's appropriated level. The 
Committee is concerned that this level of program growth is 
cause for concern. The General Accounting Office recently noted 
that ``key reports regarding the program's estimated cost, 
capabilities, concept of operations, and analysis of cost 
effective alternatives are pending.''
    Therefore, the Committee recommends a reduction in the 
program of $75,000,000. The Committee directs the Secretary of 
the Air Force to report back to the congressional defense 
committees on an updated and complete concept of operations, as 
well as a detailed analysis of alternatives. This report should 
also include an analysis of costs to field the entire 
constellation and shall be delivered no later than January 30, 
2004.

        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $17,524,596,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  17,974,257,000
Committee recommendation................................  18,774,428,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$18,774,428,000. This is $800,171,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BASIC RESEARCH:
       2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                     151,029         104,029         -47,000
       7 DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM TO STIMULATE RESEARCH     ..............           9,730          +9,730
       8 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                        35,831          53,631         +17,800
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       186,860         167,390         -19,470

     APPLIED RESEARCH:
       9 MEDICAL FREE ELECTRON LASER                                     9,494          18,494          +9,000
      10 HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (HBCU)    ..............          17,583         +17,583
          SC
      11 LINCOLN LABORATORY RESEARCH PROGRAM                            27,231          27,231  ..............
      12 COMPUTING SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY               404,859         346,859         -58,000
      13 EMBEDDED SOFTWARE AND PERVASIVE COMPUTING                      13,318          13,318  ..............
      14 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEFENSE                                    137,254         108,754         -28,500
      15 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                       106,451         139,151         +32,700
      16 TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY                                           250,558         247,558          -3,000
      17 MATERIALS AND ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                          465,544         441,294         -24,250
      19 WMD DEFEAT TECHNOLOGY                                         183,178         183,178  ..............
      20 STRATEGIC DEFENSE TECHNOLOGIES                                116,049         120,049          +4,000
      21 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                              9,213          12,213          +3,000
      23 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                       9,715           9,715  ..............
      24 SOF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                              1,961           1,961  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   1,734,825       1,687,358         -47,467

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
      25 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                     5,028           7,028          +2,000
      27 SO/LIC ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                    31,300          31,300  ..............
      28 COMBATING TERRORISM TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                         60,526          85,526         +25,000
      29 COUNTERPROLIFERATION ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                      76,277         106,277         +30,000
          TECHNOLOGIES
      30 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY                          240,820         292,320         +51,500
      31 JOINT DOD-DOE MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                 25,011          25,011  ..............
      33 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SYSTEMS                                    323,730         311,530         -12,200
      34 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--ADVANCED DEV         103,725         121,725         +18,000
      35 SPECIAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                      11,693          11,693  ..............
      36 ARMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY                                         4,807           4,807  ..............
      37 GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D; TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRA- TIONS              22,359          85,359         +63,000
      38 STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM                       47,068          47,068  ..............
      39 JOINT WARFIGHTING PROGRAM                                       9,685          11,185          +1,500
      41 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES                             174,150         178,900          +4,750
      42 ADVANCED CONCEPT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                    213,361         213,361  ..............
      44 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MODERNIZATION PROGRAM       ..............         206,182        +206,182
      45 COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                   242,738         190,638         -52,100
      46 SENSOR AND GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY                                342,914         342,914  ..............
      47 MARINE TECHNOLOGY                                              13,898          13,898  ..............
      48 LAND WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                        82,387          82,387  ..............
      49 CLASSIFIED DARPA PROGRAMS                                     210,532         220,532         +10,000
      50 NETWORK-CENTRIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                             95,654          88,754          -6,900
      52 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE                                 22,652          22,652  ..............
      54 QUICK REACTION SPECIAL PROJECTS                                74,385          74,385  ..............
      55 JOINT WARGAMING SIMULATION MANAGEMENT OFFICE                   44,887          44,887  ..............
      57 TECHNOLOGY LINK                                                 2,000           3,600          +1,600
      58 AIR-TO-AIR TECHNOLOGY                                           2,000           2,000  ..............
      59 COUNTERPROLIFERATION SUPPORT                                    1,882           1,882  ..............
      60 R&D; IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT, TESTING AND                  13,757          13,757  ..............
          EVALUATION
      61 SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT             67,017          67,017  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                  2,566,243       2,908,575        +342,332

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION:
      63 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM                                         11,515          16,515          +5,000
      64 ADVANCED SENSOR APPLICATIONS PROGRAM                           16,718          24,718          +8,000
      65 CALS INITIATIVE                                                 4,000           4,000  ..............
      66 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION                 35,594          35,594  ..............
          PROGRAM
      68 ADVANCED CONCEPTS, EVALUATIONS AND SYSTEMS                    151,696         151,696  ..............
      70 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT            810,440         900,440         +90,000
      71 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE SEGMENT         3,613,266       3,844,266        +231,000
      72 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE BOOST DEFENSE SEGMENT               626,264         626,264  ..............
      73 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                       162,142         138,542         -23,600
      74 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSORS                             438,242         437,742            -500
      75 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM INTERCEPTOR                  301,052          91,052        -210,000
      76 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST & TARGETS                      611,522         611,522  ..............
      77 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE PRODUCTS                            343,644         303,644         -40,000
      78 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS CORE                        483,996         437,030         -46,966
      80 HUMANITARIAN DEMINING                                          13,299          13,299  ..............
      81 COALITION WARFARE                                               5,906           5,906  ..............
      83 JOINT ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY (JET) PROGRAM                  6,362          16,362         +10,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         7,635,658       7,658,592         +22,934

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT:
      84 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                       148,017         137,017         -11,000
      85 MANPADS DEFENSE PROGRAM                                        25,000          25,000  ..............
      86 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM                                         13,597          20,097          +6,500
      87 ADVANCED IT SERVICES JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE (AITS-JPO)           18,910          18,910  ..............
      88 JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM                 10,633          10,633  ..............
          (JTIDS)
      90 PATRIOT PAC-3 THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE                  ..............         395,800        +395,800
      92 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                             10,539          10,539  ..............
      94 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT--STANDARD                    5,195           5,195  ..............
          PROCUREMENT
      95 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS                       84,688          84,688  ..............
      96 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM                                         10,170          10,170  ..............
      97 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                            5,987           5,987  ..............
      98 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                   17,259          17,259  ..............
      99 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE                                             6,028           6,028  ..............
     100 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE                                             2,360           2,360  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT              358,383         749,683        +391,300

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
     101 TRAINING TRANSFORMATION (T2)                                    2,951           2,951  ..............
     103 DEFENSE READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM (DRRS)                      18,575          18,575  ..............
     104 THERMAL VICAR                                                   7,157           7,157  ..............
     105 TECHNICAL STUDIES, SUPPORT AND ANALYSIS                        30,204          30,204  ..............
     106 CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                                     1,858           1,858  ..............
     107 BLACK LIGHT                                                    19,675          19,675  ..............
     109 GENERAL SUPPORT TO C3I                                         24,638          31,638          +7,000
     110 FOREIGN MATERIAL ACQUISITION AND EXPLOITATION                  33,916          33,916  ..............
     111 INTERAGENCY EXPORT LICENSE AUTOMATION                           8,837           8,837  ..............
     112 DEFENSE TRAVEL SYSTEM                                          31,806          31,806  ..............
     113 JOINT THEATER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZA- TION           87,250          87,250  ..............
     115 FOREIGN COMPARATIVE TESTING                                    34,873          34,873  ..............
     116 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                        39,345          40,845          +1,500
     119 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS--C3I                                       20,556          20,556  ..............
     120 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH/CHALLENGE                    2,026           2,026  ..............
          ADMINISTRATION
     121 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS                                     5,209           5,209  ..............
     122 FORCE TRANSFORMATION DIRECTORATE                               19,675          19,675  ..............
     123 DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES (DTIC)                  44,162          44,162  ..............
     124 R&D; IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT, TESTING AND                   8,858           8,858  ..............
          EVALUATION
     125 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION                                 8,938          11,438          +2,500
     126 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)             45,002          45,002  ..............
          DARP
     127 PENTAGON RESERVATION                                           14,481          14,481  ..............
     128 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS--MDA                                   93,441          93,441  ..............
     129 IT SOFTWARE DEV INITIATIVES                                     8,605           8,605  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             612,038         623,038         +11,000

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
     132 PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE (PFP) INFORMATION MANAGEMENT              1,934           1,934  ..............
          SYS
     134 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS            3,442  ..............          -3,442
          DEV)
     135 ISLAND SUN                                                      1,469           1,469  ..............
     136 C4I INTEROPERABILITY                                           42,415          42,415  ..............
     137 JOINT ANALYTICAL MODEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                      7,254           7,254  ..............
     138 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS                                    550             550  ..............
     142 NATIONAL MILITARY COMMAND SYSTEM-WIDE SUPPORT                   1,133           1,133  ..............
     143 DEFENSE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND                     2,460           2,460  ..............
          INTEGRATION
     144 LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS (DCS)                                  1,401           1,401  ..............
     146 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK              7,198           7,198  ..............
          (MEECN)
     147 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                           14,790          14,790  ..............
     148 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                          476,657         479,996          +3,339
     149 C4I FOR THE WARRIOR                                             4,199           4,199  ..............
     150 C4I FOR THE WARRIOR                                            37,100          37,100  ..............
     151 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                              49,991          61,991         +12,000
     152 JOINT SPECTRUM CENTER                                          18,850          18,850  ..............
     153 DEFENSE COLLABORATION TOOL SUITE (DCTS)                        14,915          14,915  ..............
     154 NET-CENTRIC ENTERPRISE SERVICES (NCES)                         40,830          40,830  ..............
     155 TELEPORT PROGRAM                                               10,462          10,462  ..............
     156 SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES                         24,587          24,587  ..............
     158 DEFENSE IMAGERY AND MAPPING PROGRAM                           161,873         174,873         +13,000
     159 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION (CIP)                        2,051           2,051  ..............
     162 DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROGRAM  (JMIP)              82,266          82,266  ..............
     163 DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROGRAM  (JMIP)              30,757          30,757  ..............
     164 C3I INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS                                     132,094         132,094  ..............
     165 TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                        249,152         249,152  ..............
     167 DRAGON U-2 (JMIP)                                               2,747           2,747  ..............
     168 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                12,184          12,184  ..............
     169 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                   4,424           4,424  ..............
     172 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                                 979             979  ..............
     175 TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC ACTIVITIES                               112,691         112,691  ..............
     178 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                        16,163          23,163          +7,000
     179 LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                   35,781          35,781  ..............
     180 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (JCS)                                  18,943          18,943  ..............
     181 NATO JOINT STARS                                               24,721          24,721  ..............
     184 SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT     ..............          14,000         +14,000
     185 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TACTICAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT               255,981         341,554         +85,573
     186 SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT            16,726          22,726          +6,000
     188 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                                   64,430          46,580         -17,850
     999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                         2,894,650       2,874,572         -20,078
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    4,880,250       4,979,792         +99,542
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DW            17,974,257      18,774,428        +800,171
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2004 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line        Item           estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    2 DEFENSE                 151,029         104,029         -47,000
       RESEARCH
       SCIENCES
          BioComputat  ..............  ..............         -33,000
           ional
           Systems
          Biological   ..............  ..............         -11,200
           Adaptation
           , Assembly
           and
           Manufactur
           e
          Brain        ..............  ..............         -17,000
           Machine
           Interface
          Advance      ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Photonics
           Composites
           Research
          Jt.          ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Collaborat
           ion on
           Nanotechno
           logy and
           Biosensors
          Photonics    ..............  ..............          +1,700
           Technology
           Access
           Program
          Nano- and    ..............  ..............          +4,000
           microelect
           ronics
    7 DEFENSE          ..............           9,730          +9,730
       EXPERIMENTAL
       PROGRAM TO
       STIMULATE
       COMPETITIVE
       RESEARCH
          Transfer     ..............  ..............          +9,730
           from RDA
    8 CHEMICAL AND             35,831          53,631         +17,800
       BIOLOGICAL
       DEFENSE
       PROGRAM
          Biodetectio  ..............  ..............          +2,000
           n Research
          Detection    ..............  ..............          +3,000
           of
           Biological
           Agents in
           Water
          Bug-to-Drug  ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Brooks City  ..............  ..............          +2,800
           Base
           Biotechnol
           ogy
          Plant        ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Vaccine
           Developmen
           t
    9 MEDICAL FREE              9,494          18,494          +9,000
       ELECTRON LASER
   10 HISTORICALLY     ..............          17,583         +17,583
       BLACK COLLEGES
       AND
       UNIVERSITIES
       [HBCU]
       SCIENCE
          Tribal       ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Colleges--
           Science
           Lab and
           Computer
           Equip-
           ment
          Transfer     ..............  ..............         +14,083
           from RDA
   12 COMPUTING               404,859         346,859         -58,000
       SYSTEMS AND
       COMMUNICATIONS
       TECHNOLOGY
          Secure       ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Group
           Communicat
           ions
          Asymmetric   ..............  ..............         -63,000
           Threat
           Programs
          Counterterr  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           orism
           Informatio
           n
           Initiative
   14 BIOLOGICAL              137,254         108,754         -28,500
       WARFARE
       DEFENSE
          Immune       ..............  ..............         -32,500
           Buildings
          HPGe Gamma   ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Ray
           Detection
           Technology
          EluSys       ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Heteropoly
           mer System
   15 CHEMICAL AND            106,451         139,151         +32,700
       BIOLOGICAL
       DEFENSE
       PROGRAM
          Detection    ..............  ..............          -4,200
           of CB on
           Contaminat
           ion
           Surfaces
          Supporting   ..............  ..............          -5,600
           S&T;
          Bioinformat  ..............  ..............          +1,500
           ics
           Equipment
          Bioinformat  ..............  ..............          +2,000
           ics
           Network
          LSH-SAW      ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Biosensor
          Multivalent  ..............  ..............         +12,000
           Ebola,
           Marburg
           Filovirus
           Program
          Mustard Gas  ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Treatment
           [STIMAL]
          Needle-less  ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Delivery
           Methods
           for
           Vaccines
          Vaccines     ..............  ..............          +3,500
           and
           Therapeuti
           cs to
           Counter
           Bio-
           threats
          Detection    ..............  ..............          +3,500
           of
           Chemical,
           Biological
           and
           Pollutant
           Agents in
           Water
          Bioinformat  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           ics
          Heteropolym  ..............  ..............          +1,000
           er Anthrax
           Immunity
           Research
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Emergency
           Medical
           Response
   16 TACTICAL                250,558         247,558          -3,000
       TECHNOLOGY
          Close-In     ..............  ..............          -5,000
           Sensing/
           Odortype
           Detection
          RoboScout    ..............  ..............          -5,000
          CEROS        ..............  ..............          +7,000
   17 MATERIALS AND           465,544         441,294         -24,250
       ELECTRONICS
       TECHNOLOGY
          Intelligent  ..............  ..............          -6,000
           Digitizati
           on of
           Analog
           Sensor
           Program
          Biochemical  ..............  ..............         -35,000
           Materials
          Fabrication  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           of Three-
           Dimensiona
           l
           Structures
          Friction     ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Stir
           Welding
          Heat         ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Actuated
           Coolers
          Materials    ..............  ..............            +750
           Science
           Technology
          Strategic    ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Materials
          AMRI         ..............  ..............          +3,000
   20 STRATEGIC               116,049         120,049          +4,000
       DEFENSE
       TECHNOLOGIES
          Enhanced     ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Techniques
           for
           Detection
          SEMD         ..............  ..............          +2,000
   21 MEDICAL                   9,213          12,213          +3,000
       TECHNOLOGY
          Noninvasive  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Biomodulat
           ion System
   25 MEDICAL                   5,028           7,028          +2,000
       ADVANCED
       TECHNOLOGY
          Novonex/Ex-  ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Rad
           Radioprote
           ctant
   28 COMBATING                60,526          85,526         +25,000
       TERRORISM
       TECHNOLOGY
       SUPPORT
          Blast        ..............  ..............         +10,000
           Mitigation
           Program
          Electrostat  ..............  ..............          +3,500
           ic
           Decontamin
           ation
           System
           [EDS]
          Asymmetric   ..............  ..............          +4,500
           Warfare
           Initiative
          Technical    ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Support
           Working
           Group
          CT-ISR       ..............  ..............          +2,000
   29 COUNTERPROLIFER          76,277         106,277         +30,000
       ATION ADVANCED
       DEVELOPMENT
       TECHNOLOGIES
          Guardian     ..............  ..............         +30,000
           Portable
           Radiation
           Search
           Tool
           [PRST]
   30 BALLISTIC               240,820         292,320         +51,500
       MISSILE
       DEFENSE
       TECHNOLOGY
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +3,800
           Metallized
           Gelled
           Propellant
           s
          Massively    ..............  ..............          +4,500
           Parallel
           Optical
           Interconne
           cts for
           Microsatel
           lites
          Chemical     ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Vapor
           Deposition
           of Organic
           Materials
          COLD         ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Improved     ..............  ..............          +4,200
           Materials
           for
           Optical
           Memories
          Silcon       ..............  ..............          +5,500
           Carbide
           Wide Band
           Gap
           Research
          Wide         ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Bandgap
           Optoelectr
           onics
          Kinetic      ..............  ..............          +7,500
           Energy
           Anti-
           Satellite
          Multiple     ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Target
           Tracking
           Optical
           Sensor
           Array
           Technology
           [MOST]
          AEOS MWIR    ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Adaptive
           Optic
          Advanced RF  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Technology
           Developmen
           t
          SiC Mirrors  ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Porous       ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Silicon
   33 ADVANCED                323,730         311,530         -12,200
       AEROSPACE
       SYSTEMS
          Space        ..............  ..............          -7,700
           Assembly
           and
           Manufactur
           e
          Hypersonics  ..............  ..............          -2,800
           Funding
           [NAI]
          Space        ..............  ..............          -1,700
           Access
           [NAI]
   34 CHEMICAL AND            103,725         121,725         +18,000
       BIOLOGICAL
       DEFENSE
       PROGRAM--ADVAN
       CED
       DEVELOPMENT
          Program      ..............  ..............         -16,000
           Cost
           Growth
          Bioadhesion  ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Research
          Immunochemi  ..............  ..............          +5,000
           cal Bio/
           Chem Agent
           Detector
          Rapid        ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Response
           Sensor
           Networking
          Reactive     ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Air
           Purificati
           on
          SensorNet    ..............  ..............          +9,000
          Vaporized    ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Hydrogen
           Peroxide
           Tech for
           Decontamin
           a-  tion
          High         ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Intensity
           Pulsed
           Radiation
           Facility
   37 GENERIC                  22,359          85,359         +63,000
       LOGISTICS R&D;
       TECHNOLOGY
       DEMONSTRATIONS
          Chameleon    ..............  ..............         +11,000
           Miniaturiz
           ed
           Wireless
           System
          DMS Data     ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Warehouse
          New England  ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Manufactur
           ing Supply
           Chain
          STAR4D       ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Pollution
           Prevention
          Ultra-low    ..............  ..............         +30,000
           Power
           Battlefiel
           d Sensor
           System
          Vehicle      ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Fuel Cell
           Program
          Fuel Cell    ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Mine
           Loader
           Prototype
           Locomotive
   39 JOINT                     9,685          11,185          +1,500
       WARFIGHTING
       PROGRAM
          JFCOMM       ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Rapid
           Database
           Developmen
           t
   41 ADVANCED                174,150         178,900          +4,750
       ELECTRONICS
       TECHNOLOGIES
          Mil-tech     ..............  ..............            +750
           Extension
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Lithograph
           y Thin
           Film
   44 HIGH             ..............         206,182        +206,182
       PERFORMANCE
       COMPUTING
       MODERNIZATION
       PRO-  GRAM
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +185,282
           from RDAF
           PE
           0603755F
          HPVCI        ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Simulation   ..............  ..............          +4,000
           HPC
           Upgrade
          ARSC         ..............  ..............          +6,000
          MHPCC        ..............  ..............          +2,900
          Naval        ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Research
           Laboratory
           Multithrea
           d
           Architectu
           re Upgrade
   45 COMMAND,                242,738         190,638         -52,100
       CONTROL AND
       COMMUNICATIONS
       SYSTEMS
          Collaborati  ..............  ..............          -6,000
           ve
           Operationa
           l Planning
           Environmen
           t
          Adaptive     ..............  ..............          -5,700
           Waveforms
          Asymmetric   ..............  ..............         -40,400
           Threat--CC
           C-03
   49 CLASSIFIED              210,532         220,532         +10,000
       DARPA PROGRAMS
          Transfer     ..............  ..............         +10,000
           from RDN
   50 NETWORK-CENTRIC          95,654          88,754          -6,900
       WARFARE
       TECHNOLOGY
          Effects      ..............  ..............          -6,900
           Based
           Network
           Targeting
   57 TECHNOLOGY LINK           2,000           3,600          +1,600
          Technology   ..............  ..............          +1,600
           Venture
   63 JOINT ROBOTICS           11,515          16,515          +5,000
       PROGRAM
          Tactical     ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Unmanned
           Ground
           Vehicle
          Non Line-of- ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Sight
           Communicat
           ions
   64 ADVANCED SENSOR          16,718          24,718          +8,000
       APPLICATIONS
       PROGRAM
          High Data    ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Rate
           Airborne
           Communicat
           ions
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Solid
           State
           Laser
   70 BALLISTIC               810,440         900,440         +90,000
       MISSILE
       DEFENSE
       TERMINAL
       DEFENSE
       SEGMENT
          Arrow        ..............  ..............         +90,000
   71 BALLISTIC             3,613,266       3,844,266        +231,000
       MISSILE
       DEFENSE
       MIDCOURSE
       DEFENSE SEG-
       MENT
          GMD          ..............  ..............        +200,000
           Additional
           Intercepto
           rs
          Range        ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Command
           and
           Control
           Display
           Upgrade
          Range Data   ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Monitor/
           Analysis
           Tool
          SHOTS        ..............  ..............          +5,000
          PMRF         ..............  ..............         +20,000
           Upgrades
          Kauai Test   ..............  ..............          [4,000]
           Facility
   73 CHEMICAL AND            162,142         138,542         -23,600
       BIOLOGICAL
       DEFENSE
       PROGRAM
          Program      ..............  ..............         -38,100
           Concurrenc
           y/Cost
           Growth
          Oral         ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Adjuvants
          Infectious   ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Disease
           Tracking
          Biological   ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Process
           Developmen
           t
          Oral         ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Anthrax/
           Plague
           Vaccine
   74 BALLISTIC               438,242         437,742            -500
       MISSILE
       DEFENSE
       SENSORS
          Consolidate  ..............  ..............         -15,500
           Blocks 06
           and 10
          Airborne     ..............  ..............         +15,000
           Infrared
           Surveillan
           ce [AIRS]
   75 BALLISTIC               301,052          91,052        -210,000
       MISSILE
       DEFENSE SYSTEM
       INTERCEPTOR
          Block 2008   ..............  ..............        -175,000
           Ground-
           Based
          Experiment   ..............  ..............         -35,000
           and
           Testing
           Programmed
           Growth
   77 BALLISTIC               343,644         303,644         -40,000
       MISSILE
       DEFENSE
       PRODUCTS
          Reduce       ..............  ..............         -40,000
           Systems
           Engineerin
           g Support
   78 BALLISTIC               483,996         437,030         -46,966
       MISSILE
       DEFENSE
       SYSTEMS CORE
          Carbon Foam  ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Program
          System       ..............  ..............         -60,000
           Engineerin
           g/SETA
           support
           reduction
          ARC          ..............  ..............         +10,534
   83 JOINT                     6,362          16,362         +10,000
       ELECTROMAGNETI
       C TECHNOLOGY
       [JET] PROGRAM
          Tech         ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Developmen
           t [JET]/
           Delta Mine
           Training
          Tech         ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Developmen
           t [JET]/
           HIPAS
   84 CHEMICAL AND            148,017         137,017         -11,000
       BIOLOGICAL
       DEFENSE
       PROGRAM
          Program      ..............  ..............         -13,000
           Duplicatio
           n
          LISA Recon   ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Vehicle
   86 JOINT ROBOTICS           13,597          20,097          +6,500
       PROGRAM
          Tactical     ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Unmanned
           Ground
           Vehicle
          Under        ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Vehicle
           Mobile
           Inspection/
           Search UGV
   90 PATRIOT PAC-3    ..............         395,800        +395,800
       THEATER
       MISSILE
       DEFENSE
       ACQUISITION
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +395,800
           from Army--
           Consolidat
           e PAC-3
           and MEADS
  109 GENERAL SUPPORT          24,638          31,638          +7,000
       TO C3I
          PDC          ..............  ..............          +7,000
  116 CHEMICAL AND             39,345          40,845          +1,500
       BIOLOGICAL
       DEFENSE
       PROGRAM
          Handheld     ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Bioagent
           Identifier
  125 DEVELOPMENT               8,938          11,438          +2,500
       TEST AND
       EVALUATION
          GPS          ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Vulnerabil
           ity
           Testing
           GYPSY
           DELTA
  134 CHEMICAL AND              3,442  ..............          -3,442
       BIOLOGICAL
       DEFENSE
       (OPERATIONAL
       SYSTEMS
       DEVELOPMENT)
          New Start    ..............  ..............          -3,442
           Duplicatio
           n
  148 INFORMATION             476,657         479,996          +3,339
       SYSTEMS
       SECURITY
       PROGRAM
          Arabic       ..............  ..............            +339
           Malta
           Server
          Network,     ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Informatio
           n and
           Space
           Security
  151 GLOBAL COMMAND           49,991          61,991         +12,000
       AND CONTROL
       SYSTEM
          Joint        ..............  ..............         +12,000
           Informatio
           n
           Technology
           Project
  158 DEFENSE IMAGERY         161,873         174,873         +13,000
       AND MAPPING
       PROGRAM
          PIPES        ..............  ..............          +9,000
          BRITE        ..............  ..............          +4,000
  178 INDUSTRIAL               16,163          23,163          +7,000
       PREPAREDNESS
          Laser        ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Additive
           Manufactur
           ing
          Next         ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Generation
           Manufactur
           ing
           Technologi
           es
  184 SPECIAL          ..............          14,000         +14,000
       OPERATIONS
       ADVANCED
       TECHNOLOGY
       DEVELOPMENT
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Manpack
           Warning
           System
          Covert       ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Waveform
          SOF          ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Unmanned
           Vehicle
           Technology
           Integratio
           n
          Special All  ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Terrian
           Vehicle
  185 SPECIAL                 255,981         341,554         +85,573
       OPERATIONS
       TACTICAL
       SYSTEMS
       DEVELOPMENT
          Advanced     ..............  ..............         +23,573
           SEAL
           Delivery
           System
           Transfer
           from PDW
          Dominant     ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Vision
          Target ID    ..............  ..............          +5,500
           for AC-
           130U
          Air-Ground   ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Interface
           Simulator
          CV-22        ..............  ..............         +34,000
           Transfer
           from RDN
          Lightweight  ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Counter
           Mortar
           Radar
          Digital      ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Auto
           Flight
           Control
           System
  186 SPECIAL                  16,726          22,726          +6,000
       OPERATIONS
       INTELLIGENCE
       SYSTEMS
       DEVELOP-  MENT
          Jt. Threat   ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Warning
           System
          SOF          ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Intelligen
           ce System
           Developmen
           t
  188 SOF OPERATIONAL          64,430          46,580         -17,850
       ENHANCEMENTS
          B-Band       ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Night
           Vision
           System
          Nanotechnol  ..............  ..............          +7,500
           ogy
           Research
          Logistics    ..............  ..............          +7,250
           Support
           Craft
          Program      ..............  ..............         -36,600
           Duplicatio
           n
      CLASSIFIED            2,894,650       2,874,572         -20,078
       ADJUSTMENT
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Defense University Research Instrumentation Program.--The 
Defense University Research Instrumentation Program [DURIP] 
supports the purchase of equipment that augments current 
university capabilities or develops new university capabilities 
to perform defense research. However, the DURIP includes a 
prohibition that does not allow funding for salaries. The 
Committee recognizes that due to the unique nature of military 
research projects, it is often difficult to find suitable 
commercial-off-the-shelf equipment that does not need to be 
modified by technicians. The Committee directs that the DURIP 
examine allowing technician salaries for the fabrication of the 
specific research instrumentation by the research institution 
receiving the DURIP.
    DARPA.--The budget justification materials provided for 
DARPA funding requests do not contain cost analysis, contract 
award and major performer information. The Committee finds this 
information an indispensable component of budget justification 
documentation and directs DARPA to incorporate this information 
into its future funding requests.
    Multiple Target Tracking Optical Sensor Array Technologies 
[MOST].--The Committee recommends $1,000,000 for the Missile 
Defense Agency to assess the MOST technology and report its 
conclusions to the Committee no later than February 1, 2004.
    Improved Materials for Optical Memories.--The Committee 
recommends that $4,200,000 be implemented as a Phase III SBIR 
based on MDA Phase II SBIR titled ``Improved Materials for 
Optical Memories.''
    Russian-American Observational Satellites.--The Committee 
is encouraged by the progress made toward obtaining a 
Government-to-Government Agreement for the RAMOS Program. The 
Committee encourages MDA to complete in a timely manner the 
Government-to-Government Agreement to allow for the two 
satellite launches in 2008. The Committee directs that the 
funds identified for the RAMOS Program in PE0603884C of the 
Department's budget request shall be used for the RAMOS Program 
only.
    Missile Testing.--The Committee continues to support the 
development of surrogate targets to represent a variety of 
threats. In many tests, however, this surrogate will be 
emulating an extended range scud missile. For these tests, the 
use of actual, low cost, extended range scud missiles will 
ensure realism and establish a true baseline of performance for 
both the interceptor and the surrogate. The Committee believes 
that it is vital that MDA prove the effectiveness of its 
systems against real threats wherever possible and therefore, 
directs that $15,000,000 of the funds provided for Ballistic 
Missile Defense Test and Targets be used to acquire extended 
range scud targets.
    Embedded National Tactical Receiver.--The Committee is 
aware of the great potential of the Embedded National Tactical 
Receiver (ENTR) and recommends the Department assure ENTR is 
Joint Tactical Radio System Software Communications 
Architecture complaint as soon as possible.

                Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $245,554,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     286,661,000
Committee recommendation................................     304,761,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $304,761,000. 
This is $18,100,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2004 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
       1 TEST & EVALUATION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY                         12,804          12,804  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                       12,804          12,804  ..............

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
       2 CENTRAL TEST AND EVALUATION INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT            123,215         138,815         +15,600
       3 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION                                37,323          37,323  ..............
       4 LIVE FIRE TESTING                                              10,074          12,574          +2,500
       5 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION                               103,245         103,245  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             273,857         291,957         +18,100
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE                     286,661         304,761         +18,100
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          2004 budget      Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2CENTRAL TEST AND         123,215         138,815          +15,600
     EVALUATION
     INVESTMENT
     DEVELOPMENT
        Roadway       ..............  ...............          +5,600
         Simulator
        UAV Systems   ..............  ...............          +7,000
         and
         Operations
         Validation
         Facility
        Unmanned      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Systems
         Testbed
         Project
   4LIVE FIRE                 10,074          12,574           +2,500
     TESTING
        Reality Fire- ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Fighting
         Training
------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                TITLE V

                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

                     Defense Working Capital Funds

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,784,956,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,721,507,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,449,007,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,449,007,000. This is $272,500,000 below the budget estimate.
    Unjustified Requests for Appropriations.--The Committee 
found a lack of satisfactory justification for much of the 
appropriation requested for the Defense Working Capital Funds. 
Justification materials were either inadequate, or in the case 
of the Air Force, did not exist. The Committee recommends a 
reduction of $272,500,000 to the budget estimate, distributed 
as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Working Capital Fund, Defense-Wide.....................         -232,500
Working Capital Fund, Air Force........................          -40,000
                                                        ----------------
      Total adjustments................................         -272,500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    This reduction is to be taken only as shown above. 
Specifically, this reduction is not to be taken against 
requested appropriations for Working Capital Fund, Army, 
Working Capital Fund, Navy, or Working Capital Fund, Defense 
Commissary Agency.
    Unutilized Plant Capacity.--Unutilized Plant Capacity [UPC] 
funding is required to compensate working capital fund 
activities for the unique overhead costs of maintaining 
industrial capacity that will be used only in the event of 
military mobilization. The Committee commends the Army for 
fully funding UPC this year, and directs the Secretary of the 
Army to use the UPC funding provided for the purpose described 
in the Army Working Capital Fund budget justification 
materials.
    Golden Dollar Coin.--The Committee urges the Secretary of 
Defense, in cooperation with the Director of the United States 
Mint, to ensure that the Golden Dollar coin is rapidly placed 
into circulation to the maximum extent feasible at all domestic 
military installations, including military commissaries, 
exchanges and clubs. The Committee directs the Director, 
Defense Commissary Agency, the Commander, Army and Air Force 
Exchange Service, the Commander, Navy Exchange Service Command, 
and the Director, Marine Corps Community Services to jointly 
prepare a complete report on the progress of these efforts. 
This report is to be submitted to the congressional defense 
committees before presentation of the fiscal year 2005 budget 
estimate.

                     National Defense Sealift Fund

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $942,629,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,062,762,000
Committee recommendation................................     344,148,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $344,148,000. 
This is $718,614,000 below the budget estimate.
    The President's budget request included funding for the 
construction of two T-AKE class ships. The Committee notes that 
while the Congress has appropriated funds for four ships since 
the initiation of the program in fiscal year 2000, construction 
of the first vessel has yet to commence. Due to the significant 
construction delays the program is experiencing, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $722,314,000 for the T-AKE request. 
The Committee recommends an increase of $3,700,000 to the 
budget request for the conversion of a former Naval vessel into 
a training ship for the Great Lakes Maritime Academy.

     Refined Petroleum Products, Marginal Expense Transfer Account

Appropriations, 2003....................................               0
Budget estimate, 2004...................................    $675,000,000
Committee recommendation................................               0

    The Committee recommends no appropriation. This is 
$675,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                                TITLE VI

               OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS

                         Defense Health Program

Appropriations, 2003.................................... $14,843,542,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................  15,270,509,000
Committee recommendation................................  15,656,913,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$15,656,913,000. This is $386,404,000 above the budget 
estimate.
    The Committee remains concerned that current reprogramming 
procedures within the Defense Health Program operation and 
maintenance account are not sufficient to prevent the migration 
of funds from the Military Treatment Facilities [MTFs] to pay 
for the increasing cost of contractor provided medical care. 
The impact of this financial migration has seriously degraded 
the ability of the MTFs, which have inherent cost advantages, 
to care for military personnel and their dependents. Therefore, 
the Committee recommends that not more than $7,420,972,000 may 
be spent on contractor provided medical benefits within 
TRICARE. Any increase in the amount required to fund the 
contractor provided care will require a prior approval 
reprogramming.
    TRICARE Medical Coverage for Reservists.--At the time of 
the Committee's mark up of the fiscal year 2004 defense bill, 
the Senate authorized making reservists and their families 
eligible for TRICARE health benefits on a fulltime basis, 
rather than only during mobilizations. The House recommended no 
similar benefit.
    The Committee supports the benefit, but is deferring action 
on the issue since it is unclear at this time whether the 
benefit will be authorized in law. If the program is ultimately 
authorized the Department will be required to fund the costs 
within existing resources or request supplemental 
appropriations.
    Cost Sharing for Medical Research Programs.--The Committee 
commends the Department for its management of the peer reviewed 
medical research and cancer research programs, but notes with 
concern the challenge of funding increases to these programs 
within the resources available for military spending. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of 
Defense (Health Affairs), in consultation with the service 
Surgeons General and the Institute of Medicine, to investigate 
alternative funding sources, including private sector and non-
Federal contributions, that can best be used to leverage 
appropriated funds without biasing the peer review selection 
process. The Department should report their findings and 
recommendations when submitting their annual report on the 
status of the Peer Review Medical Research Program, due on 
March 1, 2004.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

Operation and maintenance

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Digital Access and Analysis of Historic Records at AFIP         +12,000
Walter Reed Army Medical Center SRM....................         +10,000
Automated Clinical Practice Guidelines.................          +7,500
Tri-Service Nursing Research Program...................          +6,000
Pacific Island Health Care Referral....................          +5,000
Graduate School of Nursing.............................          +2,500
Alaska Federal Health Care Network.....................          +2,500
Brown Tree Snakes......................................          +1,000
Center for Disaster Humanitarian Assistance Medicine             +1,000
 [USUHS]...............................................
Health Study at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant.........          +1,000
ONW/OSW/ODS ConOps.....................................          -6,596
                                                        ----------------
      Total adjustments................................         +41,904
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine.--
The Committee recommends $1,000,000 for the Uniformed Services 
University of the Health Sciences [USUHS] Center for Disaster 
and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine [CDHAM]. The Committee 
encourages USUHS to provide funding for the Casualty Care 
Research Center [CCRC] and the Center for the Study of 
Traumatic Stress [CSTS].
    Walter Reed Army Medical Center.--The Committee recommends 
$10,000,000 for the Walter Reed Army Medical Center to fund 
equipment upgrades and facilities sustainment, restoration, and 
modernization projects. These funds are in addition to amounts 
currently budgeted for Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Research, Development, Test and Evaluation

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Breast Cancer Research Program..........................        +150,000
Prostate Cancer Research Program........................         +85,000
Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program..................         +50,000
Hawaii Federal Health Care Network......................         +24,000
Ovarian Cancer Research Program.........................         +10,000
Clinical Coupler Integration............................          +6,000
Myeloproliferative Disorders Research...................          +5,000
Anti-radiation Drug Development at AFRRI................          +5,000
Military Complementary and Alternative Medicine.........          +3,000
Manganese Health Research...............................          +2,000
Integrative Healing Practices for Veterans..............          +2,000
Neurogenetic Research and Computational Genomics........          +1,500
Preventive Medicine Research for Prostate Cancer........          +1,000
                                                         ---------------
      Total adjustments.................................        +344,500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program.--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 select 
medical research projects of clear scientific merit and direct 
relevance to military health.
    Such projects could include: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; 
alcoholism research; biology, education, screening, 
chemoprevention and treatment [BESCT] lung cancer research; 
blood-related cancer research; childhood asthma; chronic pain 
research; defense and veterans head injury program; diabetes 
research; electrical impedance scanning device; epilepsy 
research; geneware rapid vaccine development; interventional 
cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging technologies; medical 
error reduction research; muscle function research; Malaria 
vaccine initiative [SBRI]; molecular medicine; muscular 
dystrophy; neurofibromatosis; operating room of the future; 
osteoporosis and bone related disease research; Padget's 
disease; providence cancer research project; post traumatic 
stress disorders; social work research; tuberous sclerosis 
complex; and Volume Angio CAT [VAC] research.
    The Committee directs the Department to provide a report by 
March 1, 2004, on the status of this Peer Reviewed Medical 
Research Program.
    Clinical Coupler Integration.--The Committee commends the 
Department for its development of the Composite Health Care 
System II [CHCSII], the electronic medical record that will 
improve the quality of care and documentation for 
sevicemembers. In particular, the Committee directs the 
Department to continue integrating clinical decision support 
tools that use coupling technology into CHCSII, paying 
particular attention to high-volume, high cost diseases such as 
those identified by the Institute of Medicine. The Committee 
has recommended $6,000,000 for this effort.
    Myeloproliferative Disorders Research.--The Committee 
recommends $5,000,000 for peer review research into chronic 
myeloproliferative disorders. These disorders of the bone 
marrow are malignant diseases that offer great research promise 
with respect to the behavior of human blood cells. The 
Committee directs that the Secretary of Defense, in conjunction 
with the service Surgeons General, to select clinical and basic 
medical research projects of clear scientific merit and of 
direct relevance to military health.
    Anti-Radiation Drug Development.--The Committee recommends 
$5,000,000 for the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute 
[AFRRI] to continue development and research trials of the 
radioprotectant drug 5-androstenediol.
    Integrated Healing Practices for Veterans [VET-HEAL].--The 
Committee recommends $2,000,000 for conducting the VET-HEAL 
program to develop and evaluate integrated healing care as an 
adjunct to conventional biomedical methods. The integrated 
healing care research will address health issues that present 
challenges to conventional medicine, including post-traumatic 
stress syndrome and other conditions exhibited by troops 
returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as hospice care. 
To best address the needs of military members and veterans 
exhibiting these conditions, the research must have access to 
the full continuum of care across the Department of Defense and 
the Department of Veterans Affairs. Therefore, the Committee 
directs the Department of Defense to work closely with the 
Department of Veterans Affairs for the operation of this 
program that is being conducted under the management of the 
Unformed Services University of Health Sciences.
    Alcoholism Research.--The Committee remains concerned about 
excessive alcohol consumption among military members. 
Alcoholism is a significant factor in suicide and accidental 
deaths, as well as lost productivity and health problems. 
Research holds the promise of developing more effective 
prevention programs and new and better methods for the 
treatment of alcoholism. For example, the development of 
effective drug therapies for alcoholism requires an improved 
understanding of how alcohol changes brain function to produce 
craving, loss of control, tolerance, and the alcohol withdrawal 
syndrome.

                      ADDITIONAL ITEMS OF INTEREST

    Unobligated Balances.--A General Accounting Office review 
of the Defense Health Program's financial records indicates 
that significant funds are not being obligated in a timely 
manner, resulting in the expiration of those funds and their 
eventual return to the Treasury. The Committee is concerned 
about the financial management practices, procedures, and 
systems that contribute to the expiration of appropriated 
funds, especially in light of the flexibility afforded the 
program with the 2 percent carryover provision for operation 
and maintenance funds. The Committee directs the Assistant 
Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) to examine the financial 
management practices and procedures that have contributed to 
this problem and to provide a report to the Defense 
Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate, outlining 
the causes and corrective actions required to prevent 
unobligated funds from expiring.
    HealtheForces/Outcomes Management Program.--The Committee 
is encouraged by the distinguished accomplishments of the 
Walter Reed Army Medical Center's HealtheForces/Outcomes 
Management Program. In May 2003, the program set a national 
precedent by earning six of the Joint Commission on 
Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations' [JCAHO] new Disease-
Specific Care certifications. This independent, national level 
review of the program coupled with its rapid deployment 
nationwide speaks to the merits of HealtheForces and its 
contribution to the population's health management. The 
Committee commends the Department for including $8,700,000 in 
the fiscal year 2004 budget to support HealtheForces/Outcomes 
Management and encourages the Department to include it in the 
Defense Health Program's Future Year Defense Program.
    Nurse Corps Officers-to-Nurse Faculty.--The Committee 
recognizes that the current nursing shortage is having an 
effect on the quality and effectiveness of the Nation's 
healthcare delivery system. The Committee encourages the 
creation of a Nurse Officers-to-Nurse Faculty Program, modeled 
after the successful Troops to Teachers Program at the 
Department of Defense, which will place qualified nurse 
military veterans into nurse faculty positions in accredited 
schools of nursing.
    Advanced Virtual Combat Trauma Training System.--The 
Committee recognizes the importance of advanced virtual combat 
trauma training. This system makes critical combat trauma 
skills training available for health professionals, medics and 
soldiers alike for operational readiness, and hospital 
training.
    Health Professions Loan Repayment Program.--The Committee 
strongly encourages the Department to fully explore and develop 
mechanisms for loan repayment that are separate from the Health 
Professions Scholarship and the Financial Assistance Programs. 
Nurses, pharmacists, dentists, optometrists, and psychologists 
have all indicated that greater targeting of funds for loan 
repayment would enhance recruitment as well as retention 
efforts.
    Post-Doctoral Education.--The Committee continues to be 
supportive of post-doctoral training in psychology. The 
Department of Defense is encouraged to consolidate post-
doctoral training efforts for psychologists in those military 
medical centers where independent departments of psychology 
exist and to examine lengthening the training to a 2-year 
program.
    Graduate Professional Education.--The Committee continues 
its strong support of equitable distribution of Department of 
Defense funds for graduate professional education to all health 
professions, including nursing.
    Nurse Accession Bonus.--The Committee reiterates its 
concern that the Department has yet to increase the accession 
bonuses for nurses in the services, which currently are the 
lowest of any of the professions at $5,000. In order to attract 
the best and the brightest, this amount should be increased, 
and the Committee strongly urges the Department to remedy this 
inequity.
    Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.--The Committee 
reiterates its strong support of the current scope of practice 
of military Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists [CRNAs]. 
The Committee is aware that the Department and service 
instructions allow CRNAs the privilege of practicing as 
licensed independent providers of anesthesia care, legally 
responsible for care they render but practicing with 
professional oversight.
    Pediatric Emergency Medical Services.--The Committee 
expresses its strong support for pediatric-specific EMS 
training and equipment related to hospital preparedness. The 
Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to ensure that 
Military Treatment Facilities comply.
    Behavioral Research in the Military Service Laboratories.--
The Committee recognizes that psychological scientists address 
a broad range of important issues and problems vital to our 
national security through the military research laboratories. 
Given the increasingly complex demands on our military 
personnel, psychological research on leadership, decision-
making under stress, cognitive readiness, training, and human-
technology interactions have become even more mission-critical, 
and the Committee strongly encourages the service laboratories 
to reverse cuts made to their behavioral research programs.
    Optometry Retention Bonus.--The Committee encourages the 
Secretary to fund the $6,000 per year retention bonus 
authorized in 37 U.S.C. 302a for Optometrists.
    Bone Physiology Research.--The Committee recommends that 
the DOD support research which will lead to improved bone 
health and enhance military readiness by reducing the incidence 
of stress fractures during physically intensive duty. Findings 
that will emanate from DOD research efforts will not only 
assist our active duty forces, but also will help prevent, 
diagnose and treat those with debilitating bone disease.
    Use of Behavioral Health Professionals.--The Committee is 
pleased that Tripler Army Medical Center is taking the lead in 
the use of behavioral health professionals to treat chronic 
pain.
    Tobacco Use Cessation.--Tobacco use costs the Defense 
Department hundreds of millions of dollars every year in 
medical cost and lost productivity. While the Department has 
established ambitious goals to decrease use of tobacco 
products, it has not provided adequate resources to meet these 
goals. The Committee is disappointed that the Department has 
not yet incorporated smoking cessation in TRICARE Prime 
benefits even though such preventative care saves money and has 
not even aggressively pursued suggested pilot programs. The 
Committee urges the Department to expedite availability of 
tobacco use prevention and cessation programs to all personnel.
    Lung Cancer Screening.--The Committee urges the Secretary 
of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary of Veterans 
Affairs, to begin a multi-institutional lung cancer screening 
program with centralized imaging review incorporating state of 
the art image processing and integration of computer assisted 
diagnostic tools.

            Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,490,199,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,650,076,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,620,076,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,620,076,000. This is $30,000,000 below the budget estimate.
    Program Savings.--During fiscal year 2003 destruction 
operations were halted or curtailed at two locations resulting 
in operation and maintenance savings to the chemical 
demilitarization program. The Committee recommends a reduction 
of $10,000,000 based on this savings.
    Speedy Neutralization.--The decision by the Department to 
accelerate destruction operations at two sites has resulted in 
an estimated cost avoidance of over $300,000,000. The Committee 
recommends a reduction of $20,000,000 based on this savings.

         Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $881,907,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     817,371,000
Committee recommendation................................     832,371,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $832,371,000. 
This is $15,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
 Line                        Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 1403 RD&E;                                                      -3,000
 2000 Army Reserve                                              +4,000
 3000 Navy Reserve                                              +2,000
 3050 Marine Corps Reserve                                      +1,500
 3211 Fleet Support                                             -1,500
 3306 JIATF-E                                                   -3,000
 3315 Transit Zone Maritime Patrol Aircraft                     -3,000
 4000 Air Force Reserve                                         +2,000
 5111 Northern Command CN Mission Support                      -10,000
 6415 SOF CN Support                                            -3,000
 7403 National Guard Counterdrug Support                       +25,000
 7406 Regional Counterdrug Training Academy,                    +6,000
       Mississippi
 7411 N.E. Regional Counterdrug Training Center                 +6,800
 7412 Midwest Regional Counterdrug Training Center              +3,000
 9201 GBEGO                                                     -8,500
 9494 Enhanced Support                                         -17,000
 9600 Emerging Threats                                          -2,000
      Alaska National Guard Counterdrug Program                 +3,000
      Hawaii National Guard Counterdrug Program                 +3,000
      West Virginia National Counterdrug Program                +3,100
      Kentucky National Guard, Eradication                      +3,600
      Nevada National Guard CD RAID Program                     +2,000
      Appalachia High Intensity Trafficking Area                +1,000
                                                      ------------------
            Total adjustments                                  +15,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Northern Command.--The Committee does not support the 
Department of Defense's new policy to centralize the authority 
of the military's counter-drug programs at Northern Command. 
The Committee recognizes that the ongoing role of the regional 
commands in our counterdrug program is essential to its 
success. The regional commands have dedicated individuals and 
resources closely monitoring these issues and in their specific 
areas of responsibility [AORs]. These individuals also play an 
integral part in the military operations in those AORs. If 
these activities were transferred to Northern Command, the 
Nation would lose precious time and information due to the need 
to train new individuals to learn the tasks and create 
relationships with the AORs that others have mastered. The 
Committee believes the Nation's war on drugs is better served 
from these regional posts and has redirected funds back to 
them.
    National Guard.--The Committee has provided an additional 
$25,000,000 for the National Guard for its counter-drug 
mission. The Department of Defense's [DOD] budget request does 
not provide adequate resources for the Guard to execute its 
duties. The Committee believes the Guard is an integral part of 
the Nation's war on drugs.
    The Committee also understands that DOD has decided to 
reduce the Guard's counter-drug activities. DOD has transferred 
some of the Guard's counter-drug tasks to domestic agencies. 
The Committee has not received adequate information that states 
that these agencies have the funds, training, equipment, and 
personnel to effectively execute the mission. Without these 
capabilities, the Administration may eventually have to return 
these duties back to the Guard. Therefore, until the 
Administration provides the necessary resources for these 
domestic agencies to execute these activities, the Committee 
directs DOD to again review this policy change and to continue 
to invest DOD's ample resources in the war on drugs.

                    Office of the Inspector General

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $157,165,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     162,449,000
Committee recommendation................................     162,449,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $162,449,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                               TITLE VII

                            RELATED AGENCIES

   Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $222,500,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     226,400,000
Committee recommendation................................     226,400,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $226,400,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

               Intelligence Community Management Account

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $163,479,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     158,640,000
Committee recommendation................................     165,390,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $165,390,000. 
This is $6,750,000 above the budget estimate.

Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation, and Environmental 
                            Restoration Fund

Appropriations, 2003....................................     $75,000,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................               0
Committee recommendation................................      18,430,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $18,430,000. 
This is $18,430,000 above the budget estimate.

                 National Security Education Trust Fund

Appropriations, 2003....................................      $8,000,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................       8,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,000,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.
    The National Security Education Program [NSEP], created by 
Congress in 1991, is the Nation's only program that funds U.S. 
college and university students to study the language and 
culture of countries critical to national security. In 
exchange, these undergraduate and graduate students make a 
commitment to seek work in the Federal Government.
    Because of NSEP's demonstrated, longstanding success, and 
the increasingly evident and critical shortages in foreign 
language proficiency in the Department of Defense, the 
Committee does not support the proposed transfer of the program 
to the Department of Education, or to the Central Intelligence 
Agency. The Committee applauds DOD's willingness and 
preparation to continue its management of the program.
    In addition, the Committee is aware of concerns about the 
long-term solvency of the National Security Education Trust 
Fund. The Committee directs the President, National Defense 
University and the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) to 
jointly prepare a complete report on the status of the Trust 
Fund, with proposed solutions to resolve any identified 
challenges. This report is to be submitted to the congressional 
defense committees before presentation of the fiscal year 2005 
budget estimate.

                               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 a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8002. Compensation/Employment of Foreign Nationals.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8003. Obligation Rate of Appropriations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8004.  Obligations in Last 2 Months of Fiscal Year.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8005. Transfers.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8006. Working Capital Fund Cash Disbursements.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8007. Special Access Programs Notification.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8008. Multiyear Procurement Authority.--The Committee 
includes multiyear contract authority for several programs as 
noted in the section.
    Sec. 8009. Humanitarian and Civic Assistance.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8010. Civilian Personnel Ceilings.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8011. Overseas Installation Notification.--The 
Committee includes a new provision requiring advance 
notification before initiating a new installation overseas.
    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 and makes permanent 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 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8018. Residual Value Negotiations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8019. Demilitarization of Surplus Firearms.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8020. Relocations Into the NCR.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8021. Indian Financing Act Incentives.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8022. A-76 Studies.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8023. American Forces Information Service.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8024. Wage Rate--Civilian Health.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8025. Workshops for the Blind and Handicapped.--
Retains and makes permanent a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8026. Third Party Payments at MTFs.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8027. Burdensharing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8028. Civil Air Patrol.--Retains and modifies a 
provision for the Civil Air Patrol.
    Sec. 8029. Federally Funded Research and Development 
Centers.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8030. Carbon, Alloy, or Armor Steel Plate.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8031. Congressional Defense Committees Definition.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8032. Depot Maintenance Competition.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8033. Reciprocal Trade Agreements.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8034. Energy Cost Savings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8035. Non-Excess Property Leases.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8036. Salaries and Expenses Reporting Requirements.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8037. Young Marines Program.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8038. Overseas Military Facility Investment.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8039. Walking Shield.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8040. Investment Item Unit Cost.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried by the Administration and carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8041. Defense Working Capital Fund/Investment Item.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8042. CIA Availability of Funds.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8043. GDIP Information System.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8044. Indian Tribes Environmental Impact.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8045. Compliance With the Buy America Act.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8046. Competition for Consultants and Studies 
Programs.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8047. Field Operating Agencies.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8048. Adak Leasing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8049. Rescissions.--The Committee recommends a general 
provision rescinding funds from the prior year as displayed 
below:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
2002 Appropriations:
    Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy: Cruiser               $55,000,000
     Conversion.........................................
2003 Appropriations:
    Procurement of Ammunition, Army: CTG, 40MM, All           36,000,000
     Types..............................................
    Other Procurement, Air Force: Classified............       5,000,000
    Procurement, Defense-Wide:
        EC-130J Upgrades................................      15,000,000
        DIRCM Laser.....................................      33,000,000
    Research and Development, Defense-Wide: SOF Tactical      25,000,000
     Systems............................................
Unobligated Balances:
    National Defense Sealift Fund.......................     105,300,000
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    Sec. 8050. Civilian Technicians Reductions.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8051. Prohibition on Assistance to North Korea.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8052. National Guard/Duty Compensation.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8053. Reimbursement for Reserve Component Intelligence 
Personnel.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8054. Civilian Medical Personnel Reductions.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8055. Pentagon Renovation Costs.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8056. Environmental Contracting.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8057. Counter-Drug Activities Transfer.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8058. Energy and Water Efficiency.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8059. Ball and Roller Bearings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8060. American Samoa Transfer.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8061. Buy American Computers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8062. MANTECH.--Retains and makes permanent a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8063. Local Hire in Noncontiguous States.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8064. Transfer to Other Agencies.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8065. Restrictions on Transfer of Equipment and 
Supplies.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8066. Export Loan Guarantee Program.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8067. Contractor Bonuses Due to Business 
Restructuring.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8068. Transportation of Chemical Weapons.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8069. Reserve Peacetime Support to Active Duty and 
Civilian Activities.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8070. Expired Obligations and Unexpended Balances.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8071. Facilities Maintenance and Repair.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8072. National Guard Distance Learning.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8073. Heating Plants in Europe.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8074. End-Item Procurement.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8075. Sale of F-22 to Foreign Nations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8076. Buy American Waivers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8077. Training of Security Forces of a Foreign 
Country.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8078. Surplus Dental Equipment.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8079. T-AKE.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8080. RPM Family Housing.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8081. ACTD Project.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8082. Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence.--
Includes a new provision that is described in the classified 
annex to this report.
    Sec. 8083. Crediting of Travel Cards Refunds.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8084. Information Technology Systems.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8085. Support to Other Government Agencies.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8086. Armor Piercing Ammo.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8087. Leasing Authority for National Guard Bureau.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8088. Alcoholic Beverages.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8089. Healthcare Partnership for Native Hawaiians.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8090. GPS.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8091. R&D; Defense-Wide Transfer.--Retains and modifies 
a provision facilitating the transfer of funds.
    Sec. 8092. Disbursements.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8093. Arrow.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8094. Coast Guard Aircraft.--The Committee includes a 
new provision that allows for the transfer of funding from 
Aircraft Procurement, Navy to the Coast Guard.
    Sec. 8095. Prior Year Shipbuilding.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8096. EHIME MARU.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8097. Special Pay.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8098. Intelligence Authorization.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8099. Local School Funding/Special Needs Funding.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8100. New Start Authority.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8101. B-52's.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8102. Stryker Brigades.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8103. Elmendorf Air Force Base.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8104. Army Tooele Depot.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8105. PMRF Infrastructure.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8106. American Red Cross.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8107. OCOTA Report.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8108. Ship Cost Adjustment.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8109. OCOTA Budget Justification.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years
    Sec. 8110. Nuclear Armed Interceptors.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8111. Classified Transfer.--The Committee includes a 
new provision for classified programs.
    Sec. 8112. Buy America Seafood Waiver.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8113. New York Naval Security Costs.--The Committee 
includes a new provision that liquidates expenses incurred for 
security guard services.
    Sec. 8114. Block 04 Missile Defense Fielding.--The 
Committee includes a new provision that subjects future missile 
defense development to existing laws.
    Sec. 8115. Counter-Terrorism Fellowship Program.--The 
Committee retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8116. Army Museum at Fort Belvoir.--The Committee 
includes a new provision that provides funding for an Army 
museum.
    Sec. 8117. National D-Day Museum.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8118. Native American Veteran Housing.--The Committee 
includes a new provision eliminating the restriction on housing 
loan amounts.
    Sec. 8119. Emergency Supplemental.--The Committee includes 
a new provision rescinding funds from Public Law 108-11.
    Sec. 8120. Terrorism Information Awareness program.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8121. Advisory and Assistance Services.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8122. Army Corps of Engineers.--The Committee includes 
a new provision that restricts the transfer of the functions of 
the Army Corps of Engineers.
    Sec. 8123. Diplomatic Facilities.--The Committee includes a 
new provision that restricts the use of funds for the purpose 
of constructing new U.S. diplomatic facilities.

  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.''
    At the point when the Committee reports this measure, the 
Congress has not completed action on the Fiscal Year 2003 
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, on July 9, 2003, 
the Committee ordered reported en bloc S. 1382, an original 
bill making appropriations for the Department of Defense for 
the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and S. 1383, an 
original bill making appropriations for the Legislative Branch 
for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, each subject to 
amendment and each subject to the budget allocations, by a 
recorded vote of 29-0, a quorum being present. The vote was as 
follows:
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman Stevens
Mr. Cochran
Mr. Specter
Mr. Domenici
Mr. Bond
Mr. McConnell
Mr. Burns
Mr. Shelby
Mr. Gregg
Mr. Bennett
Mr. Campbell
Mr. Craig
Mrs. Hutchison
Mr. DeWine
Mr. Brownback
Mr. Byrd
Mr. Inouye
Mr. Hollings
Mr. Leahy
Mr. Harkin
Ms. Mikulski
Mr. Reid
Mr. Kohl
Mrs. Murray
Mr. Dorgan
Mrs. Feinstein
Mr. Durbin
Mr. Johnson
Ms. Landrieu

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

    Paragraph 12 of rule XXVI requires that Committee reports 
on a bill or joint resolution repealing or amending any statute 
or part of any statute include ``(a) the text of the statute or 
part thereof which is proposed to be repealed; and (b) a 
comparative print of that part of the bill or joint resolution 
making the amendment and of the statute or part thereof 
proposed to be amended, showing by stricken-through type and 
italics, parallel columns, or other appropriate typographical 
devices the omissions and insertions which would be made by the 
bill or joint resolution if enacted in the form recommended by 
the committee.''
    With respect to this bill, it is the opinion of the 
Committee that it is necessary to dispense with these 
requirements in order to expedite the business of the Senate.

  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2003 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL
                                                                        YEAR 2004
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                         Senate Committee recommendation
                                                                                                                             compared with (+ or -)
                                Item                                       2003       Budget estimate     Committee    ---------------------------------
                                                                      appropriation                     recommendation        2003
                                                                                                                         appropriation   Budget estimate
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                              TITLE I

                         MILITARY PERSONNEL

Military Personnel, Army...........................................      26,855,017       37,386,380       28,282,764       +1,427,747       -9,103,616
Military Personnel, Navy...........................................      21,927,628       25,282,454       23,309,791       +1,382,163       -1,972,663
Military Personnel, Marine Corps...................................       8,501,087        9,559,441        8,994,426         +493,339         -565,015
Military Personnel, Air Force......................................      21,981,277       26,715,990       22,993,072       +1,011,795       -3,722,918
Reserve Personnel, Army............................................       3,374,355   ...............       3,584,735         +210,380       +3,584,735
Reserve Personnel, Navy............................................       1,907,552   ...............       2,027,945         +120,393       +2,027,945
Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps....................................         553,983   ...............         587,619          +33,636         +587,619
Reserve Personnel, Air Force.......................................       1,236,904   ...............       1,332,301          +95,397       +1,332,301
National Guard Personnel, Army.....................................       5,114,588   ...............       5,598,504         +483,916       +5,598,504
National Guard Personnel, Air Force................................       2,125,161   ...............       2,228,830         +103,669       +2,228,830
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      Total, title I, Military Personnel...........................      93,577,552       98,944,265       98,939,987       +5,362,435           -4,278
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                              TITLE II

                     OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Operation and Maintenance, Army....................................      23,992,082       24,958,842       24,922,949         +930,867          -35,893
Operation and Maintenance, Navy....................................      29,331,526       28,287,690       28,183,284       -1,148,242         -104,406
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps............................       3,585,759        3,406,656        3,418,023         -167,736          +11,367
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force...............................      27,339,533       27,793,931       26,698,375         -641,158       -1,095,556
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide............................      14,707,506       16,570,847       16,279,006       +1,571,500         -291,841
Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve............................       1,970,180        1,952,009        1,964,009           -6,171          +12,000
Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve............................       1,236,809        1,171,921        1,172,921          -63,888           +1,000
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve....................         187,532          173,952          173,952          -13,580   ...............
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.......................       2,163,104        2,179,188        2,179,188          +16,084   ...............
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard.....................       4,261,707        4,211,331        4,273,131          +11,424          +61,800
Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard......................       4,117,585        4,402,646        4,418,616         +301,031          +15,970
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account...................           5,000           50,000           10,000           +5,000          -40,000
United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces................           9,614           10,333           10,333             +719   ...............
Environmental Restoration, Army....................................         395,900          396,018          396,018             +118   ...............
Environmental Restoration, Navy....................................         256,948          256,153          256,153             -795   ...............
Environmental Restoration, Air Force...............................         389,773          384,307          384,307           -5,466   ...............
Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide............................          23,498           24,081           24,081             +583   ...............
Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites.............         246,102          212,619          312,619          +66,517         +100,000
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid.....................          58,400           59,000           59,000             +600   ...............
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction...............................         416,700          450,800          450,800          +34,100   ...............
Support for International Sporting Competition, Defense............          19,000   ...............  ...............         -19,000   ...............
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      Total, title II, Operation and maintenance...................     114,714,258      116,952,324      115,586,765         +872,507       -1,365,559
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                             TITLE III

                            PROCUREMENT

Aircraft Procurement, Army.........................................       2,285,574        2,128,485        2,027,285         -258,289         -101,200
Missile Procurement, Army..........................................       1,096,548        1,459,462        1,444,462         +347,914          -15,000
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army...........       2,266,508        1,640,704        1,732,004         -534,504          +91,300
Procurement of Ammunition, Army....................................       1,253,099        1,309,966        1,419,759         +166,660         +109,793
Other Procurement, Army............................................       5,874,674        4,216,854        4,573,902       -1,300,772         +357,048
Aircraft Procurement, Navy.........................................       8,812,855        8,788,148        9,017,548         +204,693         +229,400
Weapons Procurement, Navy..........................................       1,868,517        1,991,821        1,967,934          +99,417          -23,887
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps...................       1,165,730          922,355          924,355         -241,375           +2,000
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy..................................       9,032,837       11,438,984       11,682,623       +2,649,786         +243,639
Other Procurement, Navy............................................       4,612,910        4,679,443        4,734,808         +121,898          +55,365
Procurement, Marine Corps..........................................       1,388,583        1,070,999        1,090,399         -298,184          +19,400
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force....................................      13,137,255       12,079,360       11,997,460       -1,139,795          -81,900
Missile Procurement, Air Force.....................................       3,174,739        4,393,039        4,215,333       +1,040,594         -177,706
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force...............................       1,288,164        1,284,725        1,265,582          -22,582          -19,143
Other Procurement, Air Force.......................................      10,672,712       11,583,659       11,536,097         +863,385          -47,562
Procurement, Defense-Wide..........................................       3,414,455        3,665,506        3,568,851         +154,396          -96,655
National Guard and Reserve Equipment...............................         100,000   ...............         700,000         +600,000         +700,000
Defense Production Act Purchases...................................          73,057           67,516           77,516           +4,459          +10,000
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      Total, title III, Procurement................................      71,518,217       72,721,026       73,975,918       +2,457,701       +1,254,892
                                                                    ====================================================================================
                              TITLE IV

             RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army...................       7,669,656        9,122,825        9,513,048       +1,843,392         +390,223
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy...................      13,946,085       14,106,653       14,886,381         +940,296         +779,728
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force..............      18,822,569       20,336,258       20,086,290       +1,263,721         -249,968
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide...........      17,524,596       17,974,257       18,774,428       +1,249,832         +800,171
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense...........................         245,554          286,661          304,761          +59,207          +18,100
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      Total, title IV, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation..      58,208,460       61,826,654       63,564,908       +5,356,448       +1,738,254
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                              TITLE V

                   REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

Defense Working Capital Funds......................................       1,784,956        1,721,507        1,449,007         -335,949         -272,500
National Defense Sealift Fund: Ready Reserve Force.................         942,629        1,062,762          344,148         -598,481         -718,614
Refined Petroleum Products, Marginal Expense Transfer Account......  ...............         675,000   ...............  ...............        -675,000
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      Total, title V, Revolving and Management Funds...............       2,727,585        3,459,269        1,793,155         -934,430       -1,666,114
                                                                    ====================================================================================
                              TITLE VI

                OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS

Defense Health Program:
    Operation and maintenance......................................      14,100,386       14,876,887       14,918,791         +818,405          +41,904
    Procurement....................................................         284,242          327,826          327,826          +43,584   ...............
    Research and development.......................................         458,914           65,796          410,296          -48,618         +344,500
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      Total, Defense Health Program................................      14,843,542       15,270,509       15,656,913         +813,371         +386,404

Chemical Agents & Munitions Destruction, Army:
    Operation and maintenance......................................         974,238        1,199,168        1,169,168         +194,930          -30,000
    Procurement....................................................         213,278           79,212           79,212         -134,066   ...............
    Research, development, test and evaluation.....................         302,683          251,881          251,881          -50,802   ...............
    Military Construction..........................................  ...............         119,815          119,815         +119,815   ...............
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      Total, Chemical Agents.......................................       1,490,199        1,650,076        1,620,076         +129,877          -30,000

Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense.............         881,907          817,371          832,371          -49,536          +15,000
Office of the Inspector General....................................         157,165          162,449          162,449           +5,284   ...............
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      Total, title VI, Other Department of Defense Programs........      17,372,813       17,900,405       18,271,809         +898,996         +371,404
                                                                    ====================================================================================
                             TITLE VII

                          RELATED AGENCIES

Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund..         222,500          226,400          226,400           +3,900   ...............
Intelligence Community Management Account..........................         163,479          158,640          165,390           +1,911           +6,750
    Transfer to Department of Justice..............................         (34,100)         (34,100)         (34,100)  ...............  ...............
Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation, and                    75,000   ...............          18,430          -56,570          +18,430
 Environmental Restoration Fund....................................
National Security Education Trust Fund.............................           8,000            8,000            8,000   ...............  ...............
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      Total, title VII, Related Agencies...........................         468,979          393,040          418,220          -50,759          +25,180
                                                                    ====================================================================================
                             TITLE VIII

                         GENERAL PROVISIONS

Additional transfer authority (Sec. 8005)..........................      (2,500,000)      (4,000,000)      (2,100,000)       (-400,000)     (-1,900,000)
Indian Financing Act incentives (Sec. 8021)........................           8,000   ...............           8,000   ...............          +8,000
FFRDCs (Sec. 8029).................................................         -74,200   ...............         -50,000          +24,200          -50,000
Disposal & lease of DOD real property (Sec. 8035)..................          29,730           31,000           31,000           +1,270   ...............
Overseas Mil Fac Invest Recovery (Sec. 8038).......................           1,000            1,331            1,331             +331   ...............
Rescissions (Sec. 8049)............................................        -402,750   ...............        -274,300         +128,450         -274,300
Excess Foreign Currency Cash Balance...............................        -338,000   ...............  ...............        +338,000   ...............
Travel Cards (Sec. 8083)...........................................          10,000           44,000           44,000          +34,000   ...............
Government Purchase Card...........................................         -97,000   ...............  ...............         +97,000   ...............
American Red Cross (Sec. 8106).....................................           8,100   ...............          24,000          +15,900          +24,000
Special needs students (Sec. 8099).................................           7,750   ...............           5,500           -2,250           +5,500
Fisher House (Sec. 8093)...........................................           1,700   ...............  ...............          -1,700   ...............
CAAS/Contract Growth (Sec. 8121)...................................        -850,000   ...............        -125,000         +725,000         -125,000
Coast Guard transfer (Sec. 8094)...................................  ...............  ...............          90,000          +90,000          +90,000
IT cost growth reduction (Sec. 8099)...............................        -400,000   ...............  ...............        +400,000   ...............
Travel cost growth.................................................         -59,260   ...............  ...............         +59,260   ...............
Revised economic assumptions reduction.............................      -1,674,000   ...............  ...............      +1,674,000   ...............
Working Capital Funds Cash Balance (Sec. 8101).....................        -120,000   ...............  ...............        +120,000   ...............
Working Capital Funds Excess Carryover (Sec. 8102).................         -48,000   ...............  ...............         +48,000   ...............
Ctr for Mil Recruiting Assessment & Vet Emp (Sec. 8103)............           3,400   ...............  ...............          -3,400   ...............
Iraq Freedom Fund (rescission) (Sec. 8119).........................  ...............  ...............      -3,157,000       -3,157,000       -3,157,000
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      Total, title VIII, General Provisions........................      -3,993,530           76,331       -3,402,469         +591,061       -3,478,800
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total for the bill (net).....................................     354,594,334      372,273,314      369,148,293      +14,553,959       -3,125,021
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                        OTHER APPROPRIATIONS

Consolidated Appropriations Resolution 2003 (Public Law 108-7).....      10,000,000   ...............  ...............     -10,000,000   ...............
    Additional transfer authority (Sec. 8005)......................        (500,000)  ...............  ...............       (-500,000)  ...............
Supplemental appropriations (Public Law 108-11)....................      62,350,100   ...............  ...............     -62,350,100   ...............
    Additional transfer authority (Sec. 1311)......................      (2,000,000)  ...............  ...............     (-2,000,000)  ...............
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Net grand total (including other appropriations).............     426,944,434      372,273,314      369,148,293      -57,796,141       -3,125,021
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