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Senate Report 109-141 - DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2006

[Senate Report 109-141]
[From the U.S. Government Publishing Office]



                                                       Calendar No. 230
109th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                    109-141

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            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2006

                                _______
                                

               September 29, 2005.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                              R E P O R T

                        [To accompany H.R. 2863]

    The Committee on Appropriations, to which was referred the 
bill (H.R. 2863) making appropriations for the Department of 
Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2006, 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.
    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 2559) 
making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2005, and for other purposes, 
reports favorably thereon and recommends that the bill do 
pass. deg.



New obligational authority

Total of bill as reported to the Senate.................$440,216,117,000
Amount of 2005 appropriations (including supplementals). 494,000,570,000
Amount of 2006 budget estimate.......................... 397,214,410,000
Amount of House allowance \1\........................... 439,456,182,000
Bill as recommended to Senate compared to--
    2005 appropriations................................. -53,784,453,000
    2006 budget estimate................................ +43,001,707,000
    House allowance.....................................    +759,935,000

\1\ Includes $41,251,800,000 contained in another bill.


                            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.................................    11
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................    15
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................    19
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................    23
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................    27
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................    30
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................    33
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................    36
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................    39
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................    42
Title II:
    Operation and Maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................    46
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................    51
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................    55
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................    59
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................    64
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................    68
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................    71
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........    74
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............    76
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........    78
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............    81
        Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account.........    83
        U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces...............    83
        Environmental Restoration, Army..........................    83
        Environmental Restoration, Navy..........................    83
        Environmental Restoration, Air Force.....................    84
        Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..................    84
        Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...    84
        Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...........    84
        Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction.....................    84
Title III:
    Procurement:
        Procurement Overview.....................................    86
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................    88
        Missile Procurement, Army................................    92
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.    95
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................    98
        Other Procurement, Army..................................   102
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................   111
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................   116
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........   120
        Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy........................   123
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................   128
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................   138
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   143
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   150
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   154
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   156
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   160
        National Guard and Reserve Equipment.....................   165
        Defense Production Act Purchases.........................   169
Title IV:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   174
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   190
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   204
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-wide.   219
        Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.................   235
Title V:
    Revolving and Management Funds:
        Defense Working Capital Funds............................   237
        National Defense Sealift Fund............................   237
Title VI:
    Other Department of Defense Appropriations:
        Defense Health Program...................................   238
        Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army..........   245
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   245
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   246
Title VII:
    Related Agencies:
        Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability 
          System 
          Fund...................................................   247
        Intelligence Community Management Account................   247
        National Security Education Trust Fund...................   247
Title VIII: General Provisions...................................   248
Title IX:
    Additional Appropriations:
        Department of Defense--Military..........................   254
        Revolving and Management Funds...........................   263
        Other Department of Defense Programs.....................   263
        General Provisions, Title IX.............................   263
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Sen- 
  ate............................................................   265
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................   265
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   266

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2005, 
through September 30, 2006. 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 2, 2005, and concluded them on May 18, 2005, after 10 
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 recommendation of $440,216,117,000 includes 
$390,216,117,000 in non-contingency spending to develop, 
maintain, and equip the military forces of the United States 
and $50,000,000,000 in spending for contingency operations 
related to the Global War on Terror. The funding for 
contingency operations is made available pursuant to section 
402 of H. Con. Res. 95 (109th Congress), the concurrent 
resolution on the budget for fiscal year 2006.
    The fiscal year 2006 budget request for activities funded 
in the Department of Defense Appropriations bill totals 
$397,214,410,000 in new budget authority. The request includes 
$244,600,000 in mandatory spending.
    In fiscal year 2005, the Congress appropriated 
$494,000,570,000 for activities funded in this bill. This 
amount includes $391,155,312,000 in non-emergency 
appropriations and $102,845,258,000 in emergency supplemental 
appropriations.
    Excluding supplemental appropriations, the Committee 
recommendation in this bill is $937,195,000 below the amount 
provided in fiscal year 2005 and $6,998,293,000 below the 
amount requested for fiscal year 2006.

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The following table displays the recommendations for each 
title:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Fiscal year 2005  Fiscal year 2006      Committee
                                                                 enacted          estimate       recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I--Military Personnel...............................       103,731,158        98,235,263        95,680,837
Title II--Operation and Maintenance.......................       121,062,969       126,902,542       124,966,516
Title III--Procurement....................................        77,679,803        76,635,410        75,817,187
Title IV--Research, development, test and evaluation......        69,932,182        69,356,040        70,407,582
Title V--Revolving and management funds...................         2,378,836         3,119,844         1,734,894
Title VI--Other Department of Defense programs............        20,655,510        22,302,867        22,805,197
Title VII--Related agencies...............................           557,866           599,444           657,944
Title VIII--General provisions (net)......................        -4,845,012            63,000        -1,854,040
Title IX--Additional appropriations (contingency).........        25,000,000  ................        50,000,000
Other appropriations......................................        77,847,258  ................  ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Grand total.........................................       494,000,570       397,214,410       440,216,117
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                            HOUSE ALLOWANCE

    Titles I, II, and VI of the Committee recommendation 
contains some items funded by the House of Representatives in a 
different bill, H.R. 2528. The Committee believes that it is 
appropriate to fund these items in this bill, H.R. 2863. For 
ease of comparison, the Committee report sets forth in Titles 
I, II, and VI a ``House allowance'' as if these items had been 
contained in the House passed bill. These items were contained 
in H.R. 2528, as passed by the House, but are not contained in 
the Committee recommendation to the Senate on that bill. The 
following is a summary of the ``House allowance'' displayed in 
the Committee's recommendation for Titles I, II, and VI:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                               House allowance  House allowance    Total House
                                                                 [H.R. 2863]      [H.R. 2528]       allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I:
    Military Personnel, Army.................................       24,357,895        3,945,392       28,303,287
    Military Personnel, Navy.................................       19,417,696        3,592,905       23,010,601
    Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................        7,839,813        1,179,071        9,018,884
    Military Personnel, Air Force............................       20,083,037        3,240,113       23,323,150
    Reserve Personnel, Army..................................        2,862,103          310,566        3,172,669
    Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................        1,486,061          191,338        1,677,399
    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................          472,392           40,609          513,001
    Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................        1,225,360           71,286        1,296,646
    National Guard Personnel, Army...........................        4,359,704          453,690        4,813,394
    National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................        2,028,215          248,317        2,276,532
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, Title I.........................................       84,132,276       13,273,287       97,405,563
                                                              ==================================================
Title II:
    Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................       22,432,727        1,850,518       24,283,245
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................       28,719,818        1,344,971       30,064,789
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................        3,123,766          553,960        3,677,726
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................       28,659,373        1,845,701       30,505,074
    Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................       18,323,516          115,400       18,438,916
    Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................        1,791,212          204,370        1,995,582
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................        1,178,607           67,788        1,246,395
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........          199,929           10,105          210,034
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............        2,465,122           55,764        2,520,886
    Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........        4,142,875          391,544        4,534,419
    Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............        4,547,515          184,791        4,732,306
    Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account.........           20,000  ...............           20,000
    United States Courts of Appeals for the Armed Forces.....           11,236  ...............           11,236
    Environmental Restoration, Army..........................  ...............          407,865          407,865
    Environmental Restoration, Navy..........................  ...............          305,275          305,275
    Environmental Restoration, Air Force.....................  ...............          406,461          406,461
    Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..................  ...............           28,167           28,167
    Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...  ...............          221,921          221,921
    Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster and Civic Aid............           61,546  ...............           61,546
    Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction Account.............          415,549  ...............          415,549
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, Title II........................................      116,092,791        7,994,601      124,087,392
                                                              ==================================================
Title VI:
    Defense Health Program--O&M..............................  ...............       19,184,537       19,184,537
    Defense Health Program--Procurement......................  ...............          355,119          355,119
    Defense Health Program--R&D..............................  ...............          444,256          444,256
    Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army O&M......        1,191,514  ...............        1,191,514
    Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army                    116,527  ...............          116,527
     Procurement.............................................
    Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army R&D......           47,786  ...............           47,786
    Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities............          906,941  ...............          906,941
    Office of the Inspector General..........................          209,687  ...............          209,687
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, Title VI........................................        2,472,455       19,983,912       22,456,367
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                     CLASSIFIED PROGRAM ADJUSTMENTS

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

                                            BUDGETARY IMPACT OF BILL
  PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE PURSUANT TO SEC. 308(a), PUBLIC LAW 93-344, AS
                                                     AMENDED
                                            [In millions of dollars]
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                                                                  Budget authority               Outlays
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                               Committee    Amount  of   Committee    Amount  of
                                                               allocation      bill      allocation      bill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations
 to its subcommittees of amounts in the Budget Resolution
 for 2006: Subcommittee on Defense:
    Discretionary...........................................      400,706      400,706      409,842  \1\ 409,727
    Mandatory...............................................          245          245          245      \1\ 245
Projection of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2006....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........  \2\ 306,101
    2007....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........      102,022
    2008....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       27,558
    2009....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        7,829
    2010 and future years...................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        5,742
Financial assistance to State and local governments for                NA  ...........           NA  ...........
 2006.......................................................
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\1\ Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\ Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.


                                TITLE I

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required for basic pay, retired pay accrual, employers' 
contribution for Social Security taxes, 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 2006 budget requests a total of 
$98,235,263,000 for military personnel appropriations. This 
request funds an Active component end strength of 1,367,500 and 
a Reserve component end strength of 848,500.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations 
totaling $95,680,837,000 for fiscal year 2006. This is 
$2,554,426,000 below the budget estimate.
    The Committee recommends funding an Active component end 
strength of 1,410,500 for fiscal year 2006, an increase of 
43,000 above the budget estimate. The Committee recommends 
funding a Reserve component end strength of 848,500 for fiscal 
year 2006, the same as the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for 
fiscal year 2006 are summarized below:

                                  SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2006 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel:
    Army........................................................      28,400,687      28,099,587        -301,100
    Navy........................................................      23,032,101      22,671,875        -360,226
    Marine Corps................................................       9,024,984       8,894,984        -130,000
    Air Force...................................................      23,494,950      22,908,750        -586,200
Reserve Personnel:
    Army........................................................       3,249,269       3,052,269        -197,000
    Navy........................................................       1,774,399       1,617,299        -157,100
    Marine Corps................................................         521,201         491,601         -29,600
    Air Force...................................................       1,314,846       1,263,046         -51,800
National Guard Personnel:
    Army........................................................       5,122,794       4,555,794        -567,000
    Air Force...................................................       2,300,032       2,125,632        -174,400
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      98,235,263      95,680,837      -2,554,426
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end strengths for fiscal year 2006 
are summarized below:

                                            RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2006 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active:
    Army........................................................         482,400         522,400         +40,000
    Navy........................................................         352,700         352,700  ..............
    Marine Corps................................................         175,000         178,000          +3,000
    Air Force...................................................         357,400         357,400  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................       1,367,500       1,410,500         +43,000
                                                                 ===============================================
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve................................................         205,000         205,000  ..............
    Navy Reserve................................................          73,100          73,100  ..............
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................          39,600          39,600  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................          74,000          74,000  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................         350,000         350,000  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................         106,800         106,800  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................         848,500         848,500  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total.....................................................       2,216,000       2,259,000         +43,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end strengths for full-time support 
of the Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2006 are summarized 
below:

                                RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                 2006 budget      Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army Reserve...................................................          15,270          15,270   ..............
Navy Reserve...................................................          13,392          13,392   ..............
Marine Corps Reserve...........................................           2,261           2,261   ..............
Air Force Reserve..............................................           2,290           2,290   ..............
Army National Guard............................................          27,345          27,396              +51
Air National Guard.............................................          13,089          13,123              +34
                                                                ------------------------------------------------
      Total....................................................          73,647          73,732              +85
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                  RECOMMENDED MILITARY TECHNICIANS END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2006 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dual Status (minimum levels):
    Army Reserve................................................           7,649           7,649  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................           9,852           9,852  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................          25,563          25,563  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................          22,971          22,971  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................          66,035          66,035  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Non Dual Status (numerical limits):
    Army Reserve................................................             695             695  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................              90              90  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................           1,600           1,600  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................             350             350  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................           2,735           2,735  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Total:
    Army Reserve................................................           8,344           8,344  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................           9,942           9,942  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................          27,163          27,163  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................          23,321          23,321
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................          68,770          68,770  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Military Personnel Overview

    The Committee notes that the fiscal year 2006 budget 
estimate of $98,235,263,000 for military personnel is 
$6,576,295,000 below last year's request, but this year's 
estimate does not include $10,707,483,000 to support the 
defense health accrual for military retirees. Consequently, the 
net effect is that the fiscal year 2006 budget estimate 
reflects an increase of $4,131,188,000 or 4.4 percent over last 
year, and provides funding for pay, allowances, enlistment and 
re-enlistment bonuses, subsistence, and other personnel costs. 
With past efforts to improve pay and benefits, along with the 
Global War on Terror and the Defense Department's efforts to 
recruit and retain a quality force, funding for personnel is a 
high priority and shares a growing portion of total defense 
spending.
    Active Component End Strength.--The Committee supports the 
President's budget request for a decrease of 13,200 to Navy 
Active component end strength and for a decrease of 2,300 to 
Air Force Active component end strength. Additionally, the 
Committee supports the additional end strength for the Army and 
Marine Corps as recommended in S. 1042, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006. For the Army, the 
authorized Active component end strength equals 522,400, an 
increase of 20,000 over fiscal year 2005; and for the Marine 
Corps, the authorized Active component end strength equals 
178,000.
    Reserve and Guard End Strength.--End strength requested in 
the President's budget for the Army Guard and Reserve, Marine 
Corps Reserve, and Air National Guard remain unchanged for 
fiscal year 2006, and the Committee supports these amounts. The 
Committee also supports the requested decrease of 10,300 to 
Navy Reserve end strength and the decrease of 2,100 to Air 
Force Reserve end strength. The budget requests an increase in 
Active Guard and Reserve [AGR] positions in the Army and Air 
National Guard by 51 and 34, respectively, and the Committee 
supports the request. These positions will support the new 
mission for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and 
Explosive [CBRNE] teams, as recommended in S. 1042, the 
National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.
    Pay Raise.--The Committee supports the President's budget 
request for an across-the-board pay raise of 3.1 percent.
    Reduced Out-of-Pocket Housing Costs.--The Committee 
supports the required increase in Basic Allowance for Housing 
[BAH] funding to sustain last year's Defense Department 
initiative to eliminate out-of-pocket housing costs for 
military members.
    Recruiting and Retention.--The Committee notes the 
recruiting and retention challenges faced by the Services, 
especially the Army and Marine Corps. The environment is 
particularly challenging given the Global War on Terror, the 
improving economy, and the higher end strength authorizations 
for the Army and Marine Corps. The Committee supports the 
budget request for recruiting and retention programs and 
provides an additional $622,500,000 in Title IX to further 
support these activities. The Committee compliments the 
Services for the solid retention results to date, as has been 
discussed in hearing testimony and published reports from the 
department.
    Air Force End Strength.--The Committee notes that the Air 
Force has reached its authorized end strength, having been over 
strength by more than 17,000 personnel at the beginning of 
fiscal year 2005. Through significantly reducing enlisted 
accessions from 34,000 in fiscal year 2004 to less then 19,000 
during fiscal year 2005, the Air Force began meeting end 
strength in May 2005. The Committee commends the Air Force for 
meeting its commitment to return to end strength before the end 
of the fiscal year, but also notes with concern that the Air 
Force now faces a situation with fewer enlisted personnel and 
more than the desired amount of officers given the size of the 
force and its missions. The Air Force will likely enter fiscal 
year 2006 with considerably more officer and considerably fewer 
enlisted strength than budgeted, which will place budgetary 
pressure on the ``Military Personnel, Air Force'' and other 
appropriations. Thus, the Committee urges the Air Force to 
submit a budget for fiscal year 2007 that aligns actual 
strengths with valid requirements and funding.

                          UNEXPENDED BALANCES

    As part of an annual budget review, the Government 
Accountability Office [GAO] identifies prior year unobligated 
and unexpended funds in the military personnel appropriations. 
Conducted over the past several years, this review continues to 
show a trend of under-spending in the military personnel 
appropriations. As a result, the GAO believes that the fiscal 
year 2006 budget estimate is overstated. The Committee 
therefore recommends a reduction of $2,036,000,000 to the 
budget estimate, distributed as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                         Account                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel, Army................................        -301,100
Military Personnel, Navy................................        -256,000
Military Personnel, Marine Corps........................        -130,000
Military Personnel, Air Force...........................        -590,100
Reserve Personnel, Army.................................        -140,200
Reserve Personnel, Navy.................................        -112,400
Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps.........................         -23,000
Reserve Personnel, Air Force............................         -47,100
National Guard Personnel, Army..........................        -271,400
National Guard Personnel, Air Force.....................        -165,600
                                                         ---------------
      Total Adjustments.................................      -2,036,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        RESERVES COST AVOIDANCE

    In its analysis of the budget estimate for military 
personnel appropriations, the Government Accountability Office 
has found, through comparing updated monthly strength data to 
the monthly strength data provided in the fiscal year 2006 
budget estimate, that not as many reservists are projected to 
be available for training in fiscal year 2006. Thus, the GAO 
concludes that less funding is required for training in fiscal 
year 2006. The Committee therefore recommends a reduction of 
$420,600,000 to the budget estimate.

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $29,381,422,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  28,400,687,000
House allowance.........................................  28,303,287,000
Committee recommendation................................  28,099,587,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$28,099,587,000. This is $301,100,000 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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY

     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICER
     BASIC PAY                                                               4,616,228       4,616,228       4,616,228  ..............  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                                     1,223,300       1,223,300       1,223,300  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                             1,271,542       1,271,542       1,271,542  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                           177,968         177,968         177,968  ..............  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                             98,295          98,295          98,295  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                              220,791         220,791         220,791  ..............  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                                149,084         149,084         149,084  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                             61,999          61,999          61,999  ..............  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                                       350,042         350,042         350,042  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          8,169,249       8,169,249       8,169,249  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOW OF ENLISTED PERS
     BASIC PAY                                                              10,035,315      10,035,315      10,035,315  ..............  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                                     2,659,358       2,659,358       2,659,358  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                             2,673,850       2,673,850       2,673,850  ..............  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                             85,802          85,802          85,802  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                              493,176         493,176         493,176  ..............  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                                689,395         689,395         689,395  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                            294,164         294,164         294,164  ..............  ..............
     SPEC COMP FOR COMBAT-RELATED DISABLED                              ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                                       759,022         759,022         759,022  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                         17,690,082      17,690,082      17,690,082  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOW OF CADETS
     ACADEMY CADETS                                                             54,331          54,331          54,331  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERS
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                           827,257         827,257         827,257  ..............  ..............
     SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                                       561,600         561,600         561,600  ..............  ..............
     FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                                   3,244           3,244           3,244  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                          1,392,101       1,392,101       1,392,101  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
     ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                          210,533         210,533         210,533  ..............  ..............
     TRAINING TRAVEL                                                            54,855          54,855          54,855  ..............  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                        198,988         198,988         198,988  ..............  ..............
     ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                         410,789         410,789         410,789  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                         173,045         173,045         173,045  ..............  ..............
     TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                                   3,561           3,561           3,561  ..............  ..............
     NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                                      34,883          34,883          34,883  ..............  ..............
     TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                                  24,354          24,354          24,354  ..............  ..............
     OTHER                                                              ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                          1,111,008       1,111,008       1,111,008  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERS COSTS
     APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                          1,416           1,416           1,416  ..............  ..............
     INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                        203             203             203  ..............  ..............
     DEATH GRATUITIES                                                            7,080           7,080           7,080  ..............  ..............
     UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                                     146,549         146,549         146,549  ..............  ..............
     SURVIVOR BENEFITS                                                           3,724           3,724           3,724  ..............  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                          4,268           4,268           4,268  ..............  ..............
     ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                             452             452             452  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR SEVERELY DISABLED RETIREES                ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                                      4,365           4,365           4,365  ..............  ..............
     PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                               2,500           2,500           2,500  ..............  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                                     82,933          82,933          82,933  ..............  ..............
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                                28,600          28,600          28,600  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                            282,090         282,090         282,090  ..............  ..............

     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                                       -298,174        -298,174        -298,174  ..............  ..............
     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ONW/OSW CONOPS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                           ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............         -97,400        -301,100        -301,100        -203,700
     ADOPTED LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     INCREASE IN DEATH GRATUITY                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     INCREASE IN FSA/IDP                                                ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     NATO MISSION SUPPORT COSTS                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY                                  28,400,687      28,303,287      28,099,587        -301,100        -203,700
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
3200 Unexpended Balances                                      -301,100
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -301,100
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $24,347,807,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  23,032,101,000
House allowance.........................................  23,010,601,000
Committee recommendation................................  22,671,875,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$22,671,875,000. This is $360,226,000 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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY

     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICER
     BASIC PAY                                                               3,234,081       3,234,081       3,234,081  ..............  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                                       857,031         857,031         857,031  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                               963,929         963,929         963,929  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                           121,720         121,720         121,720  ..............  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                            219,122         219,122         219,122  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                              288,224         288,224         288,224  ..............  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                                 93,792          93,792          93,792  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                             98,879          98,879          98,879  ..............  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                                       244,979         244,979         244,979  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          6,121,757       6,121,757       6,121,757  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOW OF ENLISTED PERS
     BASIC PAY                                                               8,068,225       8,068,225       8,068,225  ..............  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                                     2,138,078       2,138,078       2,138,078  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                             2,628,976       2,628,976       2,628,976  ..............  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                            108,878         108,878         108,878  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                              938,343         938,343         938,343  ..............  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                                507,735         507,735         507,735  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                            285,891         285,891         285,891  ..............  ..............
     SPEC COMP FOR COMBAT-RELATED DISABLED                              ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                                       612,220         612,220         612,220  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                         15,288,346      15,288,346      15,288,346  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOW OF MIDSHIPMEN
     MIDSHIPMEN                                                                 56,108          56,108          56,108  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERS
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                           663,385         663,385         663,385  ..............  ..............
     SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                                       366,523         366,523         366,523  ..............  ..............
     FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                                     500             500             500  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                          1,030,408       1,030,408       1,030,408  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
     ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                           67,016          67,016          67,016  ..............  ..............
     TRAINING TRAVEL                                                            72,913          72,913          72,913  ..............  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                        186,317         186,317         186,317  ..............  ..............
     ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                         281,104         281,104         281,104  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                         104,252         104,252         104,252  ..............  ..............
     TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                                  19,160          19,160          19,160  ..............  ..............
     NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                                       6,350           6,350           6,350  ..............  ..............
     TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                                   7,699           7,699           7,699  ..............  ..............
     OTHER                                                                       7,686           7,686           7,686  ..............  ..............
     PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION REDUCTION                              ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                            752,497         752,497         752,497  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
     APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                            825             825             825  ..............  ..............
     INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                        209             209             209  ..............  ..............
     DEATH GRATUITIES                                                            3,236           3,236           3,236  ..............  ..............
     UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                                      66,358          66,358          66,358  ..............  ..............
     SURVIVOR BENEFITS                                                           1,139           1,139           1,139  ..............  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                          1,799           1,799           1,799  ..............  ..............
     ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                             446             446             446  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR SEVERELY DISABLED RETIREES                ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                                      3,951           3,951           3,951  ..............  ..............
     OTHER                                                                       2,461           2,461           2,461  ..............  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                                     20,704          20,704          20,704  ..............  ..............
     JUNIOR R.O.T.C                                                             13,094          13,094          13,094  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                            114,222         114,222         114,222  ..............  ..............

     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                                       -331,237        -331,237        -331,237  ..............  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                           ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ONW/OSW CONOPS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS NOT ADOPTED                                  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............         -21,500        -256,000        -256,000        -234,500
     ADOPTED LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     INCREASE IN DEATH GRATUITY                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     INCREASE IN FSA/IDP                                                ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     NATO MISSION SUPPORT COSTS                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     NAVY FORCE SHAPING TOOLS                                           ..............  ..............        -104,226        -104,226        -104,226
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY                                  23,032,101      23,010,601      22,671,875        -360,226        -338,726
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
9550 Unexpended Balances                                      -256,000
9630 Navy Force Shaping Tools                                 -104,226
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -360,226
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $9,581,102,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   9,024,984,000
House allowance.........................................   9,018,884,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,894,984,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,894,984,000. This is $130,000,000 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:

                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS

     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICER
     BASIC PAY                                                               1,103,052       1,103,052       1,103,052  ..............  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                                       293,152         293,152         293,152  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                               305,952         305,952         305,952  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                            42,877          42,877          42,877  ..............  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                             48,147          48,147          48,147  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                                4,508           4,508           4,508  ..............  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                                 23,318          23,318          23,318  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                             14,646          14,646          14,646  ..............  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                                        83,587          83,587          83,587  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          1,919,239       1,919,239       1,919,239  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOW OF ENLISTED PERS
     BASIC PAY                                                               3,647,008       3,647,008       3,647,008  ..............  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                                       962,920         962,920         962,920  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                               873,119         873,119         873,119  ..............  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                              8,360           8,360           8,360  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                              123,583         123,583         123,583  ..............  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                                208,149         208,149         208,149  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                             73,647          73,647          73,647  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL COMP FOR COMBAT-RELATED DISABLED                           ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                                       278,431         278,431         278,431  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                          6,175,217       6,175,217       6,175,217  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                           308,554         308,554         308,554  ..............  ..............
     SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                                       247,944         247,944         247,944  ..............  ..............
     FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                                     750             750             750  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                            557,248         557,248         557,248  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
     ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                           44,475          44,475          44,475  ..............  ..............
     TRAINING TRAVEL                                                             9,834           9,834           9,834  ..............  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                         89,565          89,565          89,565  ..............  ..............
     ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                         126,094         126,094         126,094  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                          49,739          49,739          49,739  ..............  ..............
     TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                                   1,722           1,722           1,722  ..............  ..............
     NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                                       5,241           5,241           5,241  ..............  ..............
     TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                                  12,593          12,593          12,593  ..............  ..............
     OTHER                                                                       2,438           2,438           2,438  ..............  ..............
     PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION REDUCTION                              ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                            341,701         341,701         341,701  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
     APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                          1,638           1,638           1,638  ..............  ..............
     INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                         16              16              16  ..............  ..............
     DEATH GRATUITIES                                                            2,100           2,100           2,100  ..............  ..............
     UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                                      51,970          51,970          51,970  ..............  ..............
     SURVIVOR BENEFITS                                                             721             721             721  ..............  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                          1,039           1,039           1,039  ..............  ..............
     ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                             259             259             259  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR SEVERELY DISABLED RETIREES                ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                                      1,155           1,155           1,155  ..............  ..............
     OTHER                                                                         668             668             668  ..............  ..............
     JUNIOR R.O.T.C                                                              5,302           5,302           5,302  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                             64,868          64,868          64,868  ..............  ..............

     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                                        -33,289         -33,289         -33,289  ..............  ..............
     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............          -6,100        -130,000        -130,000        -123,900
     ONW/OSW CONOPS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                           ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS NOT ADOPTED                                  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ADOPTED LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     INCREASE IN DEATH GRATUITY                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     INCREASE IN FSA/IDP                                                ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                           9,024,984       9,018,884       8,894,984        -130,000        -123,900
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 14315 Unexpended Balances                                    -130,000
                                                       -----------------
             Total adjustments                                -130,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $24,155,911,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  23,494,950,000
House allowance.........................................  23,323,150,000
Committee recommendation................................  22,908,750,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$22,908,750,000. This is $586,200,000 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:

                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE

     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICER
     BASIC PAY                                                               4,491,448       4,491,448       4,491,448  ..............  ..............
     ARMY SECURITY                                                      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                                     1,184,999       1,184,999       1,184,999  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                             1,160,175       1,160,175       1,160,175  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                           168,228         168,228         168,228  ..............  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                            325,495         325,495         325,495  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                              255,805         255,805         255,805  ..............  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                                133,442         133,442         133,442  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                             61,488          61,488          61,488  ..............  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                                       340,588         340,588         340,588  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          8,121,668       8,121,668       8,121,668  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOW OF ENLISTED PERS
     BASIC PAY                                                               7,800,171       7,800,171       7,800,171  ..............  ..............
     ARMY SECURITY                                                      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                                     2,046,105       2,046,105       2,046,105  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                             2,079,938       2,079,938       2,079,938  ..............  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                             34,496          34,496          34,496  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                              277,381         277,381         277,381  ..............  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                                636,193         636,193         636,193  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL COMP FOR COMBAT-RELATED DISABLED                           ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                            145,474         145,474         145,474  ..............  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                                       596,713         596,713         596,713  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                         13,616,471      13,616,471      13,616,471  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS
     ACADEMY CADETS                                                             55,056          55,056          55,056  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERS
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                           785,720         785,720         785,720  ..............  ..............
     SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                                       135,216         135,216         135,216  ..............  ..............
     FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                                   1,254           1,254           1,254  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                            922,190         922,190         922,190  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
     ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                           78,682          78,682          78,682  ..............  ..............
     TRAINING TRAVEL                                                            95,149          95,149          95,149  ..............  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                        149,826         149,826         149,826  ..............  ..............
     ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                         492,620         492,620         492,620  ..............  ..............
     SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                         146,340         146,340         146,340  ..............  ..............
     TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                                   7,406           7,406           7,406  ..............  ..............
     NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                                      27,188          27,188          27,188  ..............  ..............
     TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                                  34,844          34,844          34,844  ..............  ..............
     OTHER                                                              ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                          1,032,055       1,032,055       1,032,055  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERS COSTS
     APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                            100             100             100  ..............  ..............
     INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                        671             671             671  ..............  ..............
     DEATH GRATUITIES                                                            2,969           2,969           2,969  ..............  ..............
     UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                                      49,711          49,711          49,711  ..............  ..............
     SURVIVOR BENEFITS                                                           1,546           1,546           1,546  ..............  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                          3,317           3,317           3,317  ..............  ..............
     ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                             582             582             582  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR SEVERELY DISABLED RETIREES                ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                                      3,815           3,815           3,815  ..............  ..............
     OTHER                                                                       4,781           4,781           4,781  ..............  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                                     38,728          38,728          38,728  ..............  ..............
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                                21,630          21,630          21,630  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                            127,850         127,850         127,850  ..............  ..............

     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                                       -380,340        -380,340        -380,340  ..............  ..............
     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ONW/OSW CONOPS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     B-52 FORCE STRUCTURE                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                           ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ADOPTED LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............        -171,800        -590,100        -590,100        -418,300
     B-52 ATTRITION RESERVE                                             ..............  ..............           3,900          +3,900          +3,900
     INCREASE IN DEATH GRATUITY                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     INCREASE IN FSA/IDP                                                ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     REDUCED ACCESSIONS                                                 ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                             23,494,950      23,323,150      22,908,750        -586,200        -414,400
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 19620 Unexpended Balances                                    -590,100
119625 B-52 Attrition Reserve                                    3,900
                                                       -----------------
             Total adjustments                                -586,200
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $3,663,890,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   3,249,269,000
House allowance.........................................   3,172,669,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,052,269,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,052,269,000. This is $197,000,000 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:

                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                           1,021,013       1,021,013       1,021,013  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)                               48,989          48,989          48,989  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                           181,631         181,631         181,631  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                                      842             842             842  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     RETIRE HEALTH ACCRUAL                                                      19,031  ..............          19,031  ..............         +19,031
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                           179,008  ..............         179,008  ..............        +179,008
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                          159,606  ..............         159,606  ..............        +159,606
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                              1,477,861  ..............       1,477,861  ..............      +1,477,861
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                        108,594  ..............         108,594  ..............        +108,594
     ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                              34,219  ..............          34,219  ..............         +34,219
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                             18,475  ..............          18,475  ..............         +18,475
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          3,249,269       1,252,475       3,249,269  ..............      +1,996,794

     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING OR RETIRE HEALTH ACCRUAL                     ..............          19,031  ..............  ..............         -19,031
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                    ..............         179,008  ..............  ..............        -179,008
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                   ..............         159,606  ..............  ..............        -159,606
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                         ..............       1,477,861  ..............  ..............      -1,477,861
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 ..............         108,594  ..............  ..............        -108,594
     ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                      ..............          34,219  ..............  ..............         -34,219
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                     ..............          18,475  ..............  ..............         -18,475
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                     ..............       1,996,794  ..............  ..............      -1,996,794

     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                           ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS NOT ADOPTED                                  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ADOPTED LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ADDITIONAL FULL-TIME SUPPORT                                       ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............         -19,800        -140,200        -140,200        -120,400
     RESERVES COST AVOIDANCE                                            ..............         -56,800         -56,800         -56,800  ..............
     INCREASE IN DEATH GRATUITY                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY                                     3,249,269       3,172,669       3,052,269        -197,000        -120,400
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 23800 Unexpended Balances                                    -140,200
 23810 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                 -56,800
                                                       -----------------
             Total adjustments                                -197,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $2,084,032,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,774,399,000
House allowance.........................................   1,677,399,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,617,299,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,617,299,000. This is $157,100,000 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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                             611,919         611,919         611,919  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)                                4,806           4,806           4,806  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                             2,964           2,964           2,964  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                                       6,971  ..............           6,971  ..............          +6,971
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                            34,451  ..............          34,451  ..............         +34,451
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                           71,023  ..............          71,023  ..............         +71,023
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                                981,196  ..............         981,196  ..............        +981,196
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                         25,177  ..............          25,177  ..............         +25,177
     ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                              35,892  ..............          35,892  ..............         +35,892
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          1,774,399         619,689       1,774,399  ..............      +1,154,710

     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                              ..............           6,971  ..............  ..............          -6,971
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                    ..............          34,451  ..............  ..............         -34,451
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                   ..............          71,023  ..............  ..............         -71,023
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                         ..............         981,196  ..............  ..............        -981,196
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 ..............          25,177  ..............  ..............         -25,177
     ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                      ..............          35,892  ..............  ..............         -35,892
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                     ..............       1,154,710  ..............  ..............      -1,154,710

     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ONW/OSW CONOPS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                           ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............         -52,300        -112,400        -112,400         -60,100
     ADOPTED LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     RESERVES COST AVOIDANCE                                            ..............         -44,700         -44,700         -44,700  ..............
     INCREASE IN DEATH GRATUITY                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY                                    1,774,399       1,677,399       1,617,299        -157,100         -60,100
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 25300 Unexpended Balances                                    -112,400
 25370 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                 -44,700
                                                       -----------------
             Total adjustments                                -157,100
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $623,073,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     521,201,000
House allowance.........................................     513,001,000
Committee recommendation................................     491,601,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $491,601,000. 
This is $29,600,000 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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                             144,822         144,822         144,822  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)                               23,758          23,758          23,758  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                            88,140          88,140          88,140  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                                       64              64              64  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                                       2,622  ..............           2,622  ..............          +2,622
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                            12,053  ..............          12,053  ..............         +12,053
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                           43,962  ..............          43,962  ..............         +43,962
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                                161,851  ..............         161,851  ..............        +161,851
     PLATOON LEADER CLASS                                                       12,707  ..............          12,707  ..............         +12,707
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                         31,222  ..............          31,222  ..............         +31,222
     ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                            521,201         256,784         521,201  ..............        +264,417

     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                              ..............           2,622  ..............  ..............          -2,622
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                    ..............          12,053  ..............  ..............         -12,053
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                   ..............          43,962  ..............  ..............         -43,962
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                         ..............         161,851  ..............  ..............        -161,851
     PLATOON LEADER CLASS                                               ..............          12,707  ..............  ..............         -12,707
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 ..............          31,222  ..............  ..............         -31,222
     ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                     ..............         264,417  ..............  ..............        -264,417

     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............          -1,600         -23,000         -23,000         -21,400
     RESERVES COST AVOIDANCE                                            ..............          -6,600          -6,600          -6,600  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                              521,201         513,001         491,601         -29,600         -21,400
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 26600 Unexpended Balances                                     -23,000
 26650 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                  -6,600
                                                       -----------------
             Total adjustments                                 -29,600
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $1,451,950,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,314,846,000
House allowance.........................................   1,296,646,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,263,046,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,263,046,000. This is $51,800,000 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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                        RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                             596,669         596,669         596,669  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)                              112,039         112,039         112,039  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                            47,771          47,771          47,771  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                                       97              97              97  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                                       1,800  ..............           1,800  ..............          +1,800
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                           107,605  ..............         107,605  ..............        +107,605
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                          124,534  ..............         124,534  ..............        +124,534
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                                213,247  ..............         213,247  ..............        +213,247
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                         56,438  ..............          56,438  ..............         +56,438
     ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                              28,963  ..............          28,963  ..............         +28,963
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                             25,683  ..............          25,683  ..............         +25,683
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          1,314,846         756,576       1,314,846  ..............        +558,270

     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                              ..............           1,800  ..............  ..............          -1,800
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                    ..............         107,605  ..............  ..............        -107,605
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                   ..............         124,534  ..............  ..............        -124,534
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                         ..............         213,247  ..............  ..............        -213,247
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 ..............          56,438  ..............  ..............         -56,438
     ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR                                               ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                      ..............          28,963  ..............  ..............         -28,963
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                     ..............          25,683  ..............  ..............         -25,683
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                     ..............         558,270  ..............  ..............        -558,270

     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............         -18,200         -47,100         -47,100         -28,900
     RESERVES COST AVOIDANCE                                            ..............          -4,700          -4,700          -4,700  ..............
     INCREASE IN DEATH GRATUITY                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     932ND AIRLIFT WING PERSONNEL                                       ..............           4,700  ..............  ..............          -4,700
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                               1,314,846       1,296,646       1,263,046         -51,800         -33,600
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 27900 Unexpended Balances                                     -47,100
 27910 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                  -4,700
                                                       -----------------
             Total adjustments                                 -51,800
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $5,901,729,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   5,122,794,000
House allowance.........................................   4,813,394,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,555,794,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,555,794,000. This is $567,000,000 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:

                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                           1,602,858       1,602,858       1,602,858  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                           315,333         315,333         315,333  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                                   30,767          30,767          30,767  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                           300,499  ..............         300,499  ..............        +300,499
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                          211,114  ..............         211,114  ..............        +211,114
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                              2,436,257  ..............       2,436,257  ..............      +2,436,257
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                        225,966  ..............         225,966  ..............        +225,966
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          5,122,794       1,948,958       5,122,794  ..............      +3,173,836

     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                    ..............         300,499  ..............  ..............        -300,499
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                   ..............         211,114  ..............  ..............        -211,114
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                         ..............       2,436,257  ..............  ..............      -2,436,257
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 ..............         225,966  ..............  ..............        -225,966
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                     ..............       3,173,836  ..............  ..............      -3,173,836

     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     EMERGENCY SPILL RESPONSE PROGRAM                                   ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                           ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ADDITIONAL FULL-TIME SUPPORT                                       ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............         -11,600        -271,400        -271,400        -259,800
     ADOPTED LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     RESERVES COST AVOIDANCE                                            ..............        -297,800        -297,800        -297,800  ..............
     SUSTAIN AGR GROWTH                                                 ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     MOBILIZED AGRS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     LEWIS AND CLARK BICENTENNIAL ACTIVITIES                            ..............  ..............           2,200          +2,200          +2,200
     INCREASE IN DEATH GRATUITY                                         ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY                             5,122,794       4,813,394       4,555,794        -567,000        -257,600
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 29350 Unexpended Balances                                    -271,400
 30600 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                -297,800
 29435 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Activities                   2,200
                                                       -----------------
             Total adjustments                                -567,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration Support.--Army 
National Guard funds designated for the Lewis and Clark 
Bicentennial Commemoration in this appropriation and in the 
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard appropriation 
are to provide ceremonial, educational, safety, security, and 
logistics support.

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $2,540,242,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   2,300,032,000
House allowance.........................................   2,276,532,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,125,632,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,125,632,000. This is $174,400,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                             877,728         877,728         877,828            +100            +100
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                            65,630          65,630          65,630  ..............  ..............
     PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                                      457             457             457  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                           155,452  ..............         155,452  ..............        +155,452
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                           90,829  ..............          90,829  ..............         +90,829
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                              1,035,885  ..............       1,036,985          +1,100      +1,036,985
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                         74,051  ..............          74,051  ..............         +74,051
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          2,300,032         943,815       2,301,232          +1,200      +1,357,417

     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                    ..............         155,452  ..............  ..............        -155,452
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                   ..............          90,829  ..............  ..............         -90,829
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                         ..............       1,035,885  ..............  ..............      -1,035,885
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 ..............          74,051  ..............  ..............         -74,051
     DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM ACCRUAL                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                     ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                     ..............       1,356,217  ..............  ..............      -1,356,217

     INCREASED PAY TABLES AUTHORIZED                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     DHP ACCRUAL REESTIMATE                                             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNEXPENDED BALANCES                                                ..............          -3,500        -165,600        -165,600        -162,100
     RESERVES COST AVOIDANCE                                            ..............         -20,000         -10,000         -10,000         +10,000
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                        2,300,032       2,276,532       2,125,632        -174,400        -150,900
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 29650 166th Information Operations Squadron                       100
 29830 166th Information Operations Squadron                     1,100
 30550 Unexpended Balances                                    -165,600
 30600 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                 -10,000
                                                       -----------------
             Total adjustments                                -174,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                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 2006 budget requests a total of 
$126,902,542,000 for operation and maintenance appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends operation and maintenance 
appropriations totaling $124,966,516,000 for fiscal year 2006. 
This is $1,936,026,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended operation and maintenance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2006 are summarized below:

                               SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2006 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance:
    Army........................................................      25,316,595      24,573,795        -742,800
    Navy........................................................      30,759,889      30,317,964        -441,925
    Marine Corps................................................       3,804,926       3,780,926         -24,000
    Air Force...................................................      31,521,136      30,891,386        -629,750
    Defense-Wide................................................      18,453,469      18,517,218         +63,749
    Army Reserve................................................       1,987,382       1,956,482         -30,900
    Navy Reserve................................................       1,245,695       1,239,295          -6,400
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................         199,934         197,734          -2,200
    Air Force Reserve...........................................       2,501,686       2,474,286         -27,400
    Army National Guard.........................................       4,509,719       4,428,119         -81,600
    Air National Guard..........................................       4,724,091       4,681,291         -42,800
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account................          20,000  ..............         -20,000
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces......................          11,236          11,236  ..............
Environmental Restoration:
    Army........................................................         407,865         407,865  ..............
    Navy........................................................         305,275         305,275  ..............
    Air Force...................................................         406,461         406,461  ..............
    Defense-Wide................................................          28,167          28,167  ..............
    Formerly Used Defense Sites.................................         221,921         271,921         +50,000
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid..................          61,546          61,546  ..............
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction............................         415,549         415,549  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     126,902,542     124,966,516      -1,936,026
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $25,764,634,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  25,316,595,000
House allowance.........................................  24,283,245,000
Committee recommendation................................  24,573,795,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$24,573,795,000. This is $742,800,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     LAND FORCES
     DIVISIONS                                                                 866,129         880,029         866,129  ..............         -13,900
     CORPS COMBAT FORCES                                                       430,353         430,353         430,353  ..............  ..............
     CORPS SUPPORT FORCES                                                      351,673         351,673         351,673  ..............  ..............
     ECHELON ABOVE CORPS SUPPORT FORCES                                        951,681         848,681         848,681        -103,000  ..............
     LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                          1,260,976       1,254,476       1,264,476          +3,500         +10,000

     LAND FORCES READINESS
     FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                      1,870,382       1,847,382       1,894,282         +23,900         +46,900
     LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS                                             615,063         532,063         606,863          -8,200         +74,800
     LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                           1,229,926       1,016,926         886,126        -343,800        -130,800

     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
     BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                                 5,347,826       5,338,826       5,352,476          +4,650         +13,650
     FAC SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MOD (OP FORCES)                          1,825,518       1,850,518       1,843,518         +18,000          -7,000
     MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                                     220,288         210,288         220,288  ..............         +10,000
     UNIFIED COMMANDS                                                          102,343         102,343         102,343  ..............  ..............
     MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITIES                                                  230,202         230,202         232,202          +2,000          +2,000
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                         15,302,360      14,893,760      14,899,410        -402,950          +5,650

                      BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION

     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
     STRATEGIC MOBILIZATION                                                    248,241         248,241         254,241          +6,000          +6,000
     ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS                                                  99,917          99,917          99,917  ..............  ..............
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                     8,833          13,783          16,833          +8,000          +3,050
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                            356,991         361,941         370,991         +14,000          +9,050

                 BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     ACCESSION TRAINING
     OFFICER ACQUISITION                                                       103,722         103,722         103,722  ..............  ..............
     RECRUIT TRAINING                                                           32,125          32,125          32,125  ..............  ..............
     ONE STATION UNIT TRAINING                                                  36,538          36,538          36,538  ..............  ..............
     SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS                                   270,351         272,351         272,351          +2,000  ..............

     BASIC SKILL/ADVANCE TRAINING
     SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                                510,526         519,826         520,676         +10,150            +850
     FLIGHT TRAINING                                                           635,105         637,105         635,105  ..............          -2,000
     PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                        114,854         114,854         114,854  ..............  ..............
     TRAINING SUPPORT                                                          668,981         661,681         670,981          +2,000          +9,300

     RECRUITING/OTHER TRAINING
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                                481,868         481,868         481,868  ..............  ..............
     EXAMINING                                                                 121,937         121,937         121,937  ..............  ..............
     OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                          262,410         263,410         262,410  ..............          -1,000
     CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                           154,232         122,232         122,232         -32,000  ..............
     JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS                                   141,416         141,516         141,416  ..............            -100
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                          3,534,065       3,509,165       3,516,215         -17,850          +7,050

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     SECURITY PROGRAMS                                                         919,796         940,796         941,196         +21,400            +400

     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                                581,060         513,060         581,060  ..............         +68,000
     CENTRAL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES                                                 570,178         460,278         570,178  ..............        +109,900
     LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                              389,696         400,696         387,396          -2,300         -13,300
     AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT                                                     354,162         354,162         354,162  ..............  ..............

     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
     ADMINISTRATION                                                            606,588         606,588         590,088         -16,500         -16,500
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                                850,053         839,053         825,153         -24,900         -13,900
     MANPOWER MANAGEMENT                                                       238,344         238,344         238,344  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                                   189,720         189,720         189,720  ..............  ..............
     OTHER SERVICE SUPPORT                                                     850,059         850,959         850,059  ..............            -900
     ARMY CLAIMS                                                               197,361         197,361         197,361  ..............  ..............
     REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT                                                     45,451          45,451          45,451  ..............  ..............

     SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS
     INTERNATIONAL MILITARY HEADQUARTERS                                       289,447         289,447         289,447  ..............  ..............
     MISC. SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS                                             41,264          43,764          41,264  ..............          -2,500
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                          6,123,179       5,969,679       6,100,879         -22,300        +131,200

     WCF EXCESS CARRYOVER                                               ..............  ..............         -94,700         -94,700         -94,700
     DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEM NETWORK COSTS                           ..............  ..............         -25,000         -25,000         -25,000
     AUDIT OF DOD FINANCIAL SYSTEMS                                     ..............  ..............         -45,000         -45,000         -45,000
     REPAIRS AT FT. BAKER                                               ..............           2,500  ..............  ..............          -2,500
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES                          ..............          -8,400  ..............  ..............          +8,400
     CIVILIAN PAY OVERSTATEMENT                                         ..............         -17,000         -17,000         -17,000  ..............
     MILITARY TO CIVILIAN CONVERSIONS                                   ..............         -78,400         -47,000         -47,000         +31,400
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............        -100,000         -85,000         -85,000         +15,000
     PEACE TIME TRAINING OFFSET                                         ..............        -250,000  ..............  ..............        +250,000
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY                           25,316,595      24,283,245      24,573,795        -742,800        +290,550
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  40 RFI Sustainment Peace Time Offset                        -103,000
  50 Contractor Logistics Support Unjustified Growth           -10,000
  50 USARPAC Core Warfighting C4 Network                        13,500
      Infrastructure
  60 Cognitive Air Defense Simulators (CADS)                     3,000
  60 Fleece Insulated Liners for ECWCS                           8,000
  60 Grenade Range Improvements at Fort Knox                     1,000
  60 Rx-capable Dual sized Ballistic Protective                  6,000
      Eyewear Protection System
  60 Battle Command Training Capability                          3,900
  60 USARPAC Deployable C4 Systems                               2,000
  70 Unjustified Growth Operations Support Costs               -21,000
  70 Corrosion Prevention and Control Program                    2,000
  70 Golden Hour Technology Containers                           5,000
  70 Alaska Land Mobile Radio (ALMR)                             3,400
  70 Ground Forces Readiness Enabler for Advanced                1,000
      Tactical Vehicles
  70 USARPAC GCCS Operations                                     1,400
  80 Remanufactured Generator Engines                            1,000
  80 Depot Maintenance Peace Time Work Load Adjustment        -344,800
  90 Strengthening the Quality of Life for Military                650
      Families
  90 Army Conservation and Ecosystem Management                  4,000
 100 Roof for Building 299, Rock Island Arsenal                  8,000
 100 Fort Wainwright Utilidor Repairs                           10,000
 130 Streamlined Assistance to the Severely Wounded              2,000
 140 Quadruple Specialty Containers                              6,000
 160 Industrial Mobilization Capacity/Unutilized Plant           8,000
      Capacity at Rock Island Arsenal
 200 Air Battle Captain                                          2,000
 210 Joint Air Defender Simulation Training at Fort              3,000
      Bliss
 210 Language Acquisition Program for Army Officers                150
 210 Military Surgeon Training Initiative for Special            3,000
      Operations Combat Medic Training Program
 210 Multipurpose Law Enforcement Academy for Military           1,000
      Police
 210 Satellite Communications for Learning (SCOLA)               3,000
 240 Crossroad Cluster Communities at Fort Knox                  1,000
 240 Live Training Instrumentation for AMD Units                 1,000
 280 Civilian Intern Program                                   -32,000
 300 Unattended Ground Sensors                                   2,000
 300 Biometrics Identity System for Access                       1,800
 300 Classified Adjustment                                      17,600
 330 Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA)            3,000
      Cell
 330 Standard Army Maintenance System--Enhanced                  5,000
 330 Unjustified Growth in Library Cost                        -10,300
 350 Jam Resistant Secure Communications (Transfer to          -16,500
      OPA)
 360 General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS)           -24,900
 999 WCF Excess Carryover                                      -94,700
 999 Defense Information System Network costs                  -25,000
 999 Audit of DoD Financial Systems                            -45,000
 999 Unobligated Balances                                      -85,000
 999 Civilian Pay Overstatement                                -17,000
 999 Military To Civilian Conversion                           -47,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                              -742,800
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Army Civilian Intern Program.--The Committee supports the 
Army's efforts to expand the Army Civilian Intern Program, but 
believes the proposed increase of $51,696,000 is unexecutable 
in fiscal year 2006. Therefore, the Committee recommends a 
reduction of $32,000,000 to the budget request. The Committee 
also encourages the Army to give special consideration to 
expanding the Civilian Intern program in the financial 
management career field.
    Industrial Mobilization Capacity.--The Committee recognizes 
the critical importance of the Industrial Mobilization Capacity 
program for offsetting costs to maintain wartime capabilities 
at Department of Defense depots, arsenals, and ammunition 
plants. The Committee recommends an additional $8,000,000 for 
this program at Rock Island Arsenal. The amount provided is in 
addition to $8,962,000 currently budgeted for Industrial 
Mobilization Capacity at Rock Island Arsenal. The Committee 
understands the requirement for Industrial Mobilization 
Capacity funding may decline during fiscal year 2006 due to 
increased workloads attributable to ongoing contingency 
operations. The Committee directs that any Industrial 
Mobilization Capacity funding designated for Rock Island 
Arsenal that is not required for its intended purpose be used 
for other activities or projects which will create efficiencies 
or improve operations and work conditions at the arsenal.
    Unit Training.--The Committee recognizes the many 
challenges facing the Army as it converts its combat units from 
a division based structure to a brigade based force. Among 
those challenges is the need to develop and implement a 
comprehensive training strategy that optimizes the use of 
available resources and training tools, and provides combat 
ready forces to combatant commanders. The Committee believes 
that the maximum use of homestation training should be an 
integral part of the Army's strategy. The use of homestation 
training can reduce the cost of transporting equipment to 
Combat Training Centers while maximizing the time available for 
units to conduct exercises and prepare equipment before 
deploying in support of contingency operations. The Committee 
encourages the Army to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of 
available training facilities as it transitions to a brigade 
based force and to give full consideration to the capabilities 
available at homestation training ranges.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $29,687,245,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  30,759,889,000
House allowance.........................................  30,064,789,000
Committee recommendation................................  30,317,964,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$30,317,964,000. This is $441,925,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     AIR OPERATIONS
     MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS                                     3,574,529       3,574,529       3,574,529  ..............  ..............
     FLEET AIR TRAINING                                                        857,918         857,918         857,918  ..............  ..............
     INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE                                                   58,661          58,661          58,661  ..............  ..............
     AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY SUPPORT                                         114,331         114,331         114,331  ..............  ..............
     AIR SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                                       473,514         480,514         467,514          -6,000         -13,000
     AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                961,921         961,921         913,221         -48,700         -48,700
     AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                         124,133         111,883         106,833         -17,300          -5,050

     SHIP OPERATIONS
     MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS                                       2,999,986       3,002,786       2,993,786          -6,200          -9,000
     SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING                                     588,395         588,395         588,395  ..............  ..............
     SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                  3,967,408       3,967,408       3,967,408  ..............  ..............
     SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                             833,251         834,751         829,951          -3,300          -4,800

     COMBAT OPERATIONS/SUPPORT
     COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                                     298,100         298,100         298,100  ..............  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE                                                         18,422          18,422          18,422  ..............  ..............
     SPACE SYSTEMS & SURVEILLANCE                                              156,814         156,814         156,814  ..............  ..............
     WARFARE TACTICS                                                           367,830         353,830         367,830  ..............         +14,000
     OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGY & OCEANOGRAPHY                                    259,807         259,807         264,107          +4,300          +4,300
     COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES                                                   1,321,953       1,308,953       1,306,953         -15,000          -2,000
     EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                                                     172,958         173,958         172,958  ..............          -1,000
     DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                                    3,703           3,703           9,703          +6,000          +6,000

     WEAPONS SUPPORT
     CRUISE MISSILE                                                            181,294         181,294         181,294  ..............  ..............
     FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE                                                   830,094         830,094         830,094  ..............  ..............
     IN-SERVICE WEAPONS SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                         69,722          51,922          69,722  ..............         +17,800
     WEAPONS MAINTENANCE                                                       473,584         473,584         478,384          +4,800          +4,800

     WORKING CAPITAL FUND SUPPORT

     BASE SUPPORT
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                     1,344,971       1,344,971       1,344,971  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                            3,417,244       3,379,194       3,386,544         -30,700          +7,350
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                         23,470,543      23,387,743      23,358,443        -112,100         -29,300

                      BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION

     READY RESERVE AND PREPOSITIONING FORCES
     SHIP PREPOSITIONING AND SURGE                                             533,527         533,527         533,527  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS
     AIRCRAFT ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS                                          3,158           3,158           3,158  ..............  ..............
     SHIP ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS                                            125,629         125,629         125,629  ..............  ..............

     MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS
     FLEET HOSPITAL PROGRAM                                                     28,245          28,245          28,245  ..............  ..............
     INDUSTRIAL READINESS                                                        1,653           1,653           1,653  ..............  ..............
     COAST GUARD SUPPORT                                                        19,879          19,879          19,879  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                            712,091         712,091         712,091  ..............  ..............

                 BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     ACCESSION TRAINING
     OFFICER ACQUISITION                                                       123,975         123,975         123,975  ..............  ..............
     RECRUIT TRAINING                                                           10,153          10,153          10,153  ..............  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                                           103,539         103,539         103,539  ..............  ..............

     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
     SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                                494,195         495,195         492,195          -2,000          -3,000
     FLIGHT TRAINING                                                           364,692         364,692         364,692  ..............  ..............
     PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                        134,935         140,935         134,935  ..............          -6,000
     TRAINING SUPPORT                                                          243,596         243,596         244,596          +1,000          +1,000

     RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                                282,293         282,293         282,593            +300            +300
     OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                          155,646         155,646         155,646  ..............  ..............
     CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                            70,983          70,983          70,983  ..............  ..............
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                                42,875          45,175          42,875  ..............          -2,300
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                          2,026,882       2,036,182       2,026,182            -700         -10,000

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
     ADMINISTRATION                                                            739,521         739,521         739,521  ..............  ..............
     EXTERNAL RELATIONS                                                          3,517           3,517           3,517  ..............  ..............
     CIVILIAN MANPOWER & PERSONNEL MGT                                         100,751         100,751         100,751  ..............  ..............
     MILITARY MANPOWER & PERSONNEL MGT                                         212,813         212,813         212,813  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                                   250,278         250,278         250,278  ..............  ..............
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                                773,261         773,261         748,261         -25,000         -25,000

     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                                188,257         188,257         188,257  ..............  ..............
     PLANNING, ENGINEERING & DESIGN                                            306,919         308,419         306,919  ..............          -1,500
     ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT                                        841,706         842,706         841,706  ..............          -1,000
     HULL, MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SUPPORT                                      46,373          48,373          46,373  ..............          -2,000
     COMBAT/WEAPONS SYSTEMS                                                     46,334          47,334          46,334  ..............          -1,000
     SPACE & ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS                                         75,132          75,132          75,132  ..............  ..............

     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     SECURITY PROGRAMS                                                         374,329         376,329         374,329  ..............          -2,000

     SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS
     INTERNATIONAL HDQTRS & AGENCIES                                            10,663          10,663          10,663  ..............  ..............

     OTHER PROGRAMS
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                            580,519         597,619         590,194          +9,675          -7,425
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                          4,550,373       4,574,973       4,535,048         -15,325         -39,925

     AUDIT OF DOD FINANCIAL SYSTEM                                      ..............  ..............         -32,800         -32,800         -32,800
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES                          ..............         -48,900  ..............  ..............         +48,900
     CIVILIAN PAY OVERSTATEMENT                                         ..............        -172,000        -172,000        -172,000  ..............
     MILITARY TO CIVILIAN CONVERSIONS                                   ..............         -76,300         -55,000         -55,000         +21,300
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............         -75,000         -54,000         -54,000         +21,000
     PEACE TIME TRAINING OFFSET                                         ..............        -274,000  ..............  ..............        +274,000
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY                           30,759,889      30,064,789      30,317,964        -441,925        +253,175
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  50 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -6,000
  60 P-3 SSI--Sustainment                                      -16,700
  60 Depot Maintenance Peace Time Work Load Adjustment         -32,000
  70 NAVAIR Knowledge Management & Decision Support              6,000
      System
  70 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -8,300
  70 Growth in Converged Enterprise Resource Planning          -15,000
  80 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -6,200
 110 Flame Contaminant Detection System                          1,000
 110 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -4,300
 160 Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and            4,300
      Humanitarian Assistance (COE)
 170 Training Support Unjustified Growth (JFCOM)               -15,000
 190 Electric Start System Technology Upgrade                    5,000
 190 Marine Gas Turbine Photonic Sensor                          1,000
 230 Mk 45 Mod 5 Gun Depot Overhauls                            16,000
 230 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                 -11,200
 260 Navy Region Northwest Counterterrorism Program              4,000
 260 PMRF Flood Control                                          2,500
 260 Wastewater Treatment for NCTAMS                             2,000
 260 Base Operating Support Unjustified Growth                 -25,000
 260 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                 -14,200
 360 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -2,000
 390 Night Vision Devices in Advanced Helicopter                 1,000
      Training
 400 Naval Sea Cadet Corps                                         300
 490 Defense Information System Network costs                  -25,000
 999 Classified Adjustment                                       9,675
 999 Audit of DoD Financial Systems                            -32,800
 999 Unobligated Balances                                      -54,000
 999 Civilian Pay Overstatement                               -172,000
 999 Military To Civilian Conversion                           -55,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                              -441,925
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    U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps.--The Committee recommends 
$300,000 for the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps. The amount 
provided is in addition to $1,700,000 currently budgeted for 
the program. The Committee commends the Navy for providing 
funding for this program in the baseline budget and directs 
that no less than $2,000,000 be made available for the U.S. 
Naval Sea Cadet Corps in fiscal year 2006.
    Naval Shipyard Apprentice Program.--The Committee directs 
that during fiscal year 2006, the Navy shall induct classes of 
no fewer than 100 apprentices, respectively, at each of the 
Naval Shipyards. The Committee further directs the Navy to 
include the costs of the fiscal year 2007 class of apprentices 
in the budget request.

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $3,629,901,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   3,804,926,000
House allowance.........................................   3,677,726,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,780,926,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,780,926,000. This is $24,000,000 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:

                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
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                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
     OPERATIONAL FORCES                                                        479,482         492,082         500,782         +21,300          +8,700
     FIELD LOGISTICS                                                           416,501         420,501         415,501          -1,000          -5,000
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                         113,791         113,791          90,791         -23,000         -23,000

     USMC PREPOSITIONING
     MARITIME PREPOSITIONING                                                    69,343          70,843          69,343  ..............          -1,500
     NORWAY PREPOSITIONING                                                       5,081           5,081           5,081  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                       483,005         483,005         483,005  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                            1,344,113       1,364,113       1,350,213          +6,100         -13,900
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          2,911,316       2,949,416       2,914,716          +3,400         -34,700

                 BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     ACCESSION TRAINING
     RECRUIT TRAINING                                                           10,885          10,885          10,885  ..............  ..............
     OFFICER ACQUISITION                                                           374             374             374  ..............  ..............

     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
     SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING                                                40,259          40,259          40,259  ..............  ..............
     FLIGHT TRAINING                                                               178             178             178  ..............  ..............
     PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                         10,687          10,687          10,687  ..............  ..............
     TRAINING SUPPORT                                                          134,048         134,048         134,048  ..............  ..............

     RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING EDUCATION
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                                115,498         115,498         115,498  ..............  ..............
     OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                           51,221          51,221          51,221  ..............  ..............
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                                16,905          16,905          16,905  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                        67,804          67,804          67,804  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                              120,369         120,369         120,369  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                            568,228         568,228         568,228  ..............  ..............

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
     SPECIAL SUPPORT                                                           243,195         243,195         240,795          -2,400          -2,400
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                                 38,352          38,352          38,352  ..............  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION                                                             27,737          27,737          27,737  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                         3,151           3,151           3,151  ..............  ..............
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                                     12,947          12,947          12,947  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                            325,382         325,382         322,982          -2,400          -2,400

     MILITARY TO CIVILIAN CONVERSIONS                                   ..............         -59,400         -20,000         -20,000         +39,400
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............         -10,000          -5,000          -5,000          +5,000
     PEACE TIME TRAINING OFFSET                                         ..............         -95,900  ..............  ..............         +95,900
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS                    3,804,926       3,677,726       3,780,926         -24,000        +103,200
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Acclimate High Performance Undergarments                    2,500
  10 All Purpose Environmental Clothing System (APECS)           8,000
  10 Cold Weather Clothing and Equipment Program                 2,000
      Marine Corps Base Layer
  10 Combat Casualty Care Equipment Upgrade                      4,000
  10 Integrated Clothing Component for Mountain Cold             3,000
      Weather Clothing & Equipment Program (MCWCEP)
  10 Marine Advanced Combat Suit Base Layer--Next to             2,500
      Skin Seamless Battle Apparel
  10 Marine Corps Contact Glove                                  3,000
  10 MIOX On-the-Move Individual Water Purification              5,000
      System
  10 MCCDC Analysis and Requirements Development                -8,700
      Center of Excellence Excess Growth
  20 Corrosion Assessment Teams                                  2,000
  20 Corrosion Prevention and Control Program                    2,000
  20 Rapid Data Management System (RDMS)                         5,000
  20 Unjustified Growth in Logistic Support                    -10,000
  30 Depot Maintenance Peace Time Work Load Adjustment         -23,000
  70 Communications Upgrade MBH                                  4,000
  70 Communications Support for NOC                              2,100
 190 Audit of DoD Financial Systems                             -2,400
 999 Unobligated Balances                                       -5,000
 999 Military to Civilian Conversion                           -20,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                               -24,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $28,113,533,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  31,521,136,000
House allowance.........................................  30,505,074,000
Committee recommendation................................  30,891,386,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$30,891,386,000. This is $629,750,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
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                    OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     AIR OPERATIONS
     PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES                                                   4,043,366       4,056,966       4,044,216            +850         -12,750
     PRIMARY COMBAT WEAPONS                                                    287,173         287,173         283,673          -3,500          -3,500
     COMBAT ENHANCEMENT FORCES                                                 607,049         521,949         522,049         -85,000            +100
     AIR OPERATIONS TRAINING                                                 1,401,092       1,360,092       1,380,092         -21,000         +20,000
     COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                                   1,479,650       1,484,650       1,455,750         -23,900         -28,900
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                       2,057,399       2,057,399       1,915,399        -142,000        -142,000
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                     1,027,414       1,057,414       1,070,114         +42,700         +12,700
     BASE SUPPORT                                                            2,286,473       2,206,073       2,196,573         -89,900          -9,500

     COMBAT RELATED OPERATIONS
     GLOBAL C3I AND EARLY WARNING                                            1,201,149       1,187,649       1,201,149  ..............         +13,500
     NAVIGATION/WEATHER SUPPORT                                                242,433         244,433         239,833          -2,600          -4,600
     OTHER COMBAT OPS SUPPORT PROGRAMS                                         701,889         703,889         697,389          -4,500          -6,500
     JCS EXERCISES                                                              29,130          29,130          29,130  ..............  ..............
     MANAGEMENT/OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                                       255,866         255,866         255,866  ..............  ..............
     TACTICAL INTEL AND OTHER SPECIAL ACTIVITIES                               340,755         340,755         340,755  ..............  ..............

     SPACE OPERATIONS
     LAUNCH FACILITIES                                                         349,313         349,313         337,413         -11,900         -11,900
     LAUNCH VEHICLES                                                            94,113          97,613          94,113  ..............          -3,500
     SPACE CONTROL SYSTEMS                                                     253,670         253,670         253,670  ..............  ..............
     SATELLITE SYSTEMS                                                          73,610          73,610          73,610  ..............  ..............
     OTHER SPACE OPERATIONS                                                    277,926         277,926         277,926  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                       180,604         180,604         180,604  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                              554,727         554,727         556,727          +2,000          +2,000
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                         17,744,801      17,580,901      17,406,051        -338,750        -174,850

                      BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION

     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
     AIRLIFT OPERATIONS                                                      2,660,080       2,661,080       2,681,080         +21,000         +20,000
     AIRLIFT OPERATIONS C3I                                                     51,326          51,326          51,326  ..............  ..............
     MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS                                                 176,764         176,764         176,764  ..............  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                         393,248         393,248         393,248  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                       154,650         154,650         154,650  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                              526,338         526,338         526,338  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                          3,962,406       3,963,406       3,983,406         +21,000         +20,000

                 BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     ACCESSION TRAINING
     OFFICER ACQUISITION                                                        79,026          79,026          79,026  ..............  ..............
     RECRUIT TRAINING                                                            6,411           6,411           6,411  ..............  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                                      99,856          99,856          99,856  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                        34,304          34,304          34,304  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT (ACADEMIES ONLY)                                              75,128          75,128          75,128  ..............  ..............

     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
     SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                                360,192         349,692         360,192  ..............         +10,500
     FLIGHT TRAINING                                                           809,154         809,154         809,154  ..............  ..............
     PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                        178,515         171,515         178,515  ..............          +7,000
     TRAINING SUPPORT                                                          112,980         122,180         112,980  ..............          -9,200
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                          14,095          14,095          14,095  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                       157,248         157,248         157,248  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT (OTHER TRAINING)                                             588,784         581,784         588,784  ..............          +7,000

     RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                                136,567         136,567         136,567  ..............  ..............
     EXAMINING                                                                   3,435           3,435           3,435  ..............  ..............
     OFF DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                          187,656         180,656         187,656  ..............          +7,000
     CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                           148,557         154,557         144,557          -4,000         -10,000
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                                57,573          57,573          57,573  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                          3,049,481       3,033,181       3,045,481          -4,000         +12,300

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS                                                      881,829         887,429         885,829          +4,000          -1,600
     TECHNICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                              651,796         656,796         652,796          +1,000          -4,000
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                                192,354         192,354         192,354  ..............  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                          48,627          48,627          48,627  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                       248,043         248,043         248,043  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                            1,079,261       1,079,261       1,079,261  ..............  ..............

     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     ADMINISTRATION                                                            348,301         348,301         348,301  ..............  ..............
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                                533,574         533,574         508,574         -25,000         -25,000
     PERSONNEL PROGRAMS                                                        244,970         244,970         244,970  ..............  ..............
     ARMS CONTROL                                                               48,071          48,071          48,071  ..............  ..............
     OTHER SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES                                              709,368         715,368         700,868          -8,500         -14,500
     OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                                    42,852          44,352          42,852  ..............          -1,500
     CIVIL AIR PATROL CORPORATION                                               24,288          24,376          24,288  ..............             -88
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                        13,438          13,438          13,438  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                              311,498         314,998         311,498  ..............          -3,500

     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     SECURITY PROGRAMS                                                       1,365,179       1,355,929       1,363,679          -1,500          +7,750

     SUPPORT TO OTHER NATIONS
     INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                                                      20,999          20,999          20,999  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                          6,764,448       6,776,886       6,734,448         -30,000         -42,438

     HOMELAND DEFENSE EDUCATION CONSORTIUM                              ..............  ..............           3,000          +3,000          +3,000
     AUDIT OF DOD FINANCIAL SYSTEMS                                     ..............  ..............         -55,000         -55,000         -55,000
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............         -70,000         -66,000         -66,000          +4,000
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES                          ..............        -130,600  ..............  ..............        +130,600
     MILITARY TO CIVILIAN CONVERSIONS                                   ..............        -172,700        -160,000        -160,000         +12,700
     PEACE TIME TRAINING OFFSET                                         ..............        -476,000  ..............  ..............        +476,000
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE                      31,521,136      30,505,074      30,891,386        -629,750        +386,312
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                   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                                     29,000
  10 F-15E Oxygen Concentrator Reliability Improvement           5,750
      Program
  10 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                 -34,900
  10 Center for Excellence for Defense UAV Education             1,000
  20 Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator Support                    -3,500
  30 Contract Logistics Support Excess Growth                  -85,000
  40 Training Support Excess Growth                            -21,000
  50 National Airborne Operations Center (NAOC)                    700
  50 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -6,300
  50 Unjustified Growth in CLS                                 -18,300
  60 Aircraft Defect Detection and Performance                   1,000
      Management Application
  60 F-16 Avionics Intermediate Shop Depot Replacement           9,000
  60 Depot Maintenance Peace Time Work Load Adjustment        -152,000
  70 Eielson AFB Utilidor Repairs                               10,000
  70 Building 9480 Renovation (Phase II)                        15,000
  70 PARC Range Upgrade for Army/Air Force Integration          17,700
      (Phase III)
  80 11th Air Force Range Power and Fiber Upgrades               6,000
  80 Desktop Sustainment Architecture, Technology and            2,000
      Interoperability Division at Hickam Air Force
      Base
  80 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                 -17,900
  80 Base Services Excess Program Growth                       -80,000
 100 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -2,600
 110 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -8,500
 110 C-17 Beddown PACAF                                          3,000
 110 Contaminant Air Processing System                           1,000
 150 Range Sustainment Engineering Excess Funding              -11,900
 210 Mission Critical Power System Reliability Surveys           2,000
 220 C-17 Beddown PACAF                                         21,000
 360 DOD Competency-Based Distance Education                     1,000
      Initiative with Western Governors
 360 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -1,000
 430 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -4,000
 450 Hickam AFB Alternative Fuel Vehicle Program                 4,000
 460 Manufacturing Technical Assistance and Production           1,000
      Program (MTAPP)
 520 Defense Information System Network costs                  -25,000
 560 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -8,500
 610 Classified Adjustment                                      -1,500
 999 U.S Northern Command Homeland Defense Education             3,000
      Consortium
 999 Audit of DoD Financial Systems                            -55,000
 999 Unobligated Balances                                      -66,000
 999 Military To Civilian Conversion                          -160,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                              -629,750
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    Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Education.--The Committee is aware 
the Air Force has recognized that the University of North 
Dakota's Aerospace Studies program offers unique opportunities 
to focus on UAV efforts for the Air Force and other Services. 
The Committee has allocated $1,000,000 for the Air Force to 
assist UND in establishing a Center of Excellence for Defense 
UAV Education to support the Air Force UAV Battle Lab and the 
Joint UAV Center of Excellence with training, professional 
development and research in fields such as flight training, air 
traffic control, and systems management.
    Wendover Air Force Base Auxiliary Field, Nevada.--The 
Committee urges the Air Force to proceed expeditiously with the 
Environmental Clearances required to implement section 2843 of 
Public Law 107-314, the National Defense Authorization Act, 
2003, the Wendover Air Force Base Auxiliary Field transfer to 
the City of West Wendover, Nevada and Tooele County, Utah.
    B-52H Self Protection System.--The Committee is aware that 
the Air Force is addressing a possible shortfall in spare parts 
to support the B-52H ALQ-155 Self Protection System and that 
current sustainment funding may be insufficient to meet the 
requirement. Therefore, the Committee directs the Air Force to 
provide a report by December 30, 2005 which explains the Air 
Force plan to sustain the B-52H ALQ-155 Self Protection System, 
addresses spares requirements, parts obsolescence, and overall 
readiness of this critical B-52H subsystem.

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $17,449,619,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  18,453,469,000
House allowance.........................................  18,438,916,000
Committee recommendation................................  18,517,218,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$18,517,218,000. This is $63,749,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
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                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF                                                     580,883         265,219         262,719        -318,164          -2,500
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                                              2,205,693       2,003,847       2,017,397        -188,296         +13,550
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          2,786,576       2,269,066       2,280,116        -506,460         +11,050

                      BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION

     DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY                                           ..............          39,693  ..............  ..............         -39,693

                 BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     AMERICAN FORCES INFORMATION SERVICE                                ..............          14,679  ..............  ..............         -14,679
     DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY                                            105,601         105,601         105,601  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY                                      ..............           5,605  ..............  ..............          -5,605
     DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY                                   ..............          32,726  ..............  ..............         -32,726
     DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE                                           ..............           7,543  ..............  ..............          -7,543
     DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY                                    ..............           5,728  ..............  ..............          -5,728
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                                         ..............         124,181         124,181        +124,181  ..............
     NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY                                                67,158          71,158          68,658          +1,500          -2,500
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                            172,759         367,221         298,440        +125,681         -68,781

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     AMERICAN FORCES INFORMATION SERVICE                                       147,992         133,313         147,992  ..............         +14,679
     CIVIL MILITARY PROGRAMS                                                   100,468         102,968         116,468         +16,000         +13,500
     DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY                                             379,947         374,342         379,947  ..............          +5,605
     DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE                                      5,481           5,481           5,481  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE LEGAL SERVICES AGENCY                                              38,412          38,412          38,412  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY                                                  305,835         285,142         330,835         +25,000         +45,693
     DEFENSE POW/MISSING PERSONS OFFICE                                         16,105          16,105          16,105  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY SECURITY ADMINISTRATION                                 21,697          21,697          21,697  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY                                           320,099         314,371         320,099  ..............          +5,728
     DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DEPENDENTS EDUCATION                              1,769,628       1,796,128       1,777,628          +8,000         -18,500
     DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY                                          402,798         358,272         401,998            -800         +43,726
     DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY                                      1,044,322       1,044,322       1,044,322  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS (SERVICES) AGENCY                           1,045,125       1,045,125       1,025,125         -20,000         -20,000
     DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY                                       143,966         143,966         143,966  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE                                                  282,468         254,925         272,468         -10,000         +17,543
     OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT                                              30,463          77,613         140,863        +110,400         +63,250
     OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE                                        778,858         800,108         737,558         -41,300         -62,550
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                                         ..............          64,115          64,115         +64,115  ..............
     JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF                                              ..............         295,664         303,164        +303,164          +7,500
     WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICES                                          473,483         459,083         467,583          -5,900          +8,500
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                          7,307,147       7,631,152       7,755,826        +448,679        +124,674

     IMPACT AID                                                         ..............          30,000          30,000         +30,000  ..............
     IMPACT AID FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES                          ..............  ..............           5,000          +5,000          +5,000
     SPECIAL ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCIES                     ..............  ..............          10,000         +10,000         +10,000
     PARENTS AS TEACHERS                                                ..............  ..............           1,000          +1,000          +1,000
     CITIZEN SOLDIER SUPPORT PROGRAM                                    ..............  ..............           2,000          +2,000          +2,000
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                          8,186,987       8,144,784       8,160,836         -26,151         +16,052
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............         -43,000         -26,000         -26,000         +17,000
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE                   18,453,469      18,438,916      18,517,218         +63,749         +78,302
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 TJS BA Realignment                                       -303,164
  10 CoCom Initiative Fund                                      -5,000
  10 Management Headquarters Excess Growth                     -10,000
  20 Conversion of LTATV to JP8 Powered Engines                  2,000
  20 Factory Refurbishment of Naval Special Warfare              1,000
      Rigid Inflatable Boats
  20 Classified Adjustment                                      -3,000
  20 SOCOM BA Realignment                                     -188,296
  40 Strategic Language Initiative                               1,500
  45 SOCOM BA Realignment                                      124,181
  60 National Guard Youth Challenge Program                     15,000
  60 DoD STARBASE Program                                        1,000
 130 Procurement Technical Assistance Program                    7,000
 130 PartNET/NET Inventory and Subassembly                       3,000
 130 Center for Supply Chain Management                         15,000
 170 Mathematics and Technology Teachers Development             1,000
      (DODEA)
 170 English Literature Curriculum Development                   1,000
 170 IDEA International (Galena)                                 5,000
 170 DODEA--Repair and Improvement of Existing Windows           1,000
      and Doors
 180 DIMHRS                                                      7,000
 180 IMPACT JEMS (Jobs/Employment for Military                   1,000
      Spouses)
 180 DLAMP Program Growth                                       -4,000
 180 Defense Business Fellow Program                            -4,800
 200 Defense Information System Network costs                  -20,000
 220 PSI for Industry--Unjustified Growth                      -10,000
 240 Bulkhead Construction at Military Ocean Terminal            4,000
      Bayonne (MOTBY)
 240 Sewer Replacement at McClellan AFB                          2,900
 240 Telecommunication Upgrades at Kodiak Launch                14,500
      Complex
 240 UCHSC-DCH Fitzsimons Medical Campus                         3,000
 240 Port of Anchorage Intermodal Marine Facility               10,000
      Project
 240 Increase Assistance to Local Communities                   60,000
 240 Locomotives/Rail Cars to Support Deployment of             16,000
      Stryker Brigade
 250 OSD Studies and Initiatives                                -3,000
 250 Compatible Use Buffer Program                              20,000
 250 Capital Cost Sharing                                      -61,300
 250 Information Assurance Scholarships                          3,000
 260 Pentagon Integrated Campus Pilot Program                    5,000
 260 Child Development Center Planning--Budget                  -4,400
      Justification Error
 260 eGov Program Growth                                        -6,500
 270 TJS BA Realignment                                        303,164
 280 SOCOM BA Realignment                                       64,115
 999 Classified Adjustment                                     -26,151
 999 Citizen Soldier Support Program                             2,000
 999 Impact Aid                                                 30,000
 999 Impact Aid for Children with Disabilities                   5,000
 999 Special Assistance to Local Education Agencies             10,000
 999 Parents as Teachers                                         1,000
 999 Unobligated Balances                                      -26,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                                63,749
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    IDEA International.--The Committee recommends $5,000,000 
for IDEA International, Inc. which serves military home-
schooling families throughout the Pacific. The Committee 
recognizes that there was a break in the existing contract, but 
urges the Department of Defense Dependent Schools to continue 
with this contractual vehicle to ensure that this program 
continues without interruption.
    Corrosion Control.--The Committee commends the Department 
for establishing the Office of Corrosion Policy and Oversight 
within the Office of the Secretary of Defense, but remains 
concerned that the Department has not adequately funded 
corrosion prevention programs. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends an additional $6,000,000 for corrosion control 
programs administered by the Services, and encourages the 
Department to identify additional resources during the year of 
execution that can be used for Department-wide oversight, 
coordination, and policy initiatives.
    Task Management.--Within the Department there are tasks, 
business processes and collaboration activities that require 
tracking and management. The Committee is concerned that the 
Department utilizes different methods of tracking and managing 
this information. Many individual Commands, Agencies, and 
Services are modernizing their systems using commercial, off 
the shelf, collaborative tasking software that allows DOD 
organizations to leverage technologies they already own. The 
Committee recognizes the benefits of using an electronic 
tasking software application that is simple to use, provides 
collaborative capabilities, is easy to administer, web-enabled, 
and can be integrated with existing software applications. The 
Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to investigate 
available options to modernize and synchronize task management 
systems across the Department and to provide a report to the 
congressional defense committees by May 1, 2006.
    Legacy Resource Management Program.--The Committee commends 
the Department of Defense for requesting funds to continue the 
Legacy Resource 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, 2005....................................  $1,991,128,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,987,382,000
House allowance.........................................   1,995,582,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,956,482,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,956,482,000. This is $30,900,000 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:

                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     LAND FORCES
     DIVISION FORCES                                                            25,875          25,875          25,975            +100            +100
     CORPS COMBAT FORCES                                                        19,133          19,133          19,133  ..............  ..............
     CORPS SUPPORT FORCES                                                      248,116         248,116         248,116  ..............  ..............
     ECHELON ABOVE CORPS FORCES                                                129,191         129,191         129,191  ..............  ..............
     LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                            372,625         372,625         372,625  ..............  ..............

     LAND FORCES READINESS
     FORCES READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                       177,121         177,121         177,121  ..............  ..............
     LAND FORCES SYSTEM READINESS                                               81,562          81,562          81,562  ..............  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                          97,309          97,309          97,309  ..............  ..............

     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
     BASE SUPPORT                                                              462,716         482,716         463,216            +500         -19,500
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                       204,370         204,370         204,370  ..............  ..............
     ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES                                                       5,763           5,763           5,763  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          1,823,781       1,843,781       1,824,381            +600         -19,400

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     ADMINISTRATION                                                             58,298          58,298          58,298  ..............  ..............
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                                  9,293           9,293           9,293  ..............  ..............
     PERSONNEL/FINANCIAL ADMIN (MANPOWER MGT)                                    7,577           7,577           7,577  ..............  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                                 88,433          88,433          88,433  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                            163,601         163,601         163,601  ..............  ..............

     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............         -17,800         -11,500         -11,500          +6,300
     COST AVOIDANCE FOR MOBILIZED MILTECHS                              ..............  ..............         -20,000         -20,000         -20,000
     US ARMY RESERVE IT CONSOLIDATION                                   ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
     TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (ELAMS/MECCS)                           ..............           4,000  ..............  ..............          -4,000
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE                    1,987,382       1,995,582       1,956,482         -30,900         -39,100
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                   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)               2,000
  10 Cost Adjustment for Flying Hours                           -1,900
  90 Strengthening the Quality of Life for Military                500
      Families
 999 Unobligated Balances                                      -11,500
 999 Cost Avoidance for Mobilized MilTechs                     -20,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                               -30,900
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $1,237,638,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,245,695,000
House allowance.........................................   1,246,395,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,239,295,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,239,295,000. This is $6,400,000 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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     RESERVE AIR OPERATIONS
     MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS                                       518,962         518,962         518,962  ..............  ..............
     INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE                                                   16,250          16,250          16,250  ..............  ..............
     AIR OPERATION AND SAFETY SUPPORT                                            2,179           2,179           2,179  ..............  ..............
     AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                141,907         146,907         141,907  ..............          -5,000
     AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPS SUPPORT                                                    374             374             374  ..............  ..............

     RESERVE SHIP OPERATIONS
     MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS                                          61,711          61,711          61,711  ..............  ..............
     SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING                                         537             537             537  ..............  ..............
     SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                     71,895          71,895          71,895  ..............  ..............
     SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                                 631             631             631  ..............  ..............

     RESERVE COMBAT OPERATIONS SUPPORT
     COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                                       7,613           7,613           7,613  ..............  ..............
     COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES                                                     217,255         220,255         217,255  ..............          -3,000

     RESERVE WEAPONS SUPPORT
     WEAPONS MAINTENANCE                                                         5,070           5,070           7,070          +2,000          +2,000

     BASE SUPPORT
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                        62,788          67,788          62,788  ..............          -5,000
     BASE SUPPORT                                                              109,878         109,878         109,878  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          1,217,050       1,230,050       1,219,050          +2,000         -11,000

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     ADMINISTRATION                                                              4,871           4,871           4,871  ..............  ..............
     MILITARY MANPOWER & PERSONNEL                                               9,037           9,037           9,037  ..............  ..............
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                                  3,907           3,907           3,907  ..............  ..............
     COMBAT/WEAPONS SYSTEM                                                       5,385           5,385           5,385  ..............  ..............
     OTHER SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT                                                   5,445           5,445           5,445  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                             28,645          28,645          28,645  ..............  ..............

     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............         -12,300          -8,400          -8,400          +3,900
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE                    1,245,695       1,246,395       1,239,295          -6,400          -7,100
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 120 Maritime Domain Awareness Support                           2,000
 999 Unobligated Balances                                       -8,400
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                                -6,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $187,196,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     199,934,000
House allowance.........................................     210,034,000
Committee recommendation................................     197,734,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $197,734,000. 
This is $2,200,000 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:

                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS RESERVE

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     MISSION FORCES
     OPERATING FORCES                                                           45,812          57,812          47,812          +2,000         -10,000
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                          13,964          13,964          13,964  ..............  ..............
     TRAINING SUPPORT                                                           26,079          26,079          26,079  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                        10,105          10,105          10,105  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                               70,729          70,729          70,729  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                            166,689         178,689         168,689          +2,000         -10,000

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     SPECIAL SUPPORT                                                            11,975          11,975           9,675          -2,300          -2,300
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                                    815             815             815  ..............  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION                                                              7,898           7,898           7,898  ..............  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                                  8,066           8,066           8,066  ..............  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                                4,491           4,491           4,491  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                             33,245          33,245          30,945          -2,300          -2,300

     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............          -1,900          -1,900          -1,900  ..............
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, O&M, MARINE CORPS RESERVE                                    199,934         210,034         197,734          -2,200         -12,300
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Portable Tent Lighting                                      2,000
  60 Audit of DOD Financial Systems                             -2,300
 999 Unobligated Balances                                       -1,900
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                                -2,200
------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $2,242,590,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   2,501,686,000
House allowance.........................................   2,520,886,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,474,286,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,474,286,000. This is $27,400,000 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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     AIR OPERATIONS
     PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES                                                   1,585,504       1,585,504       1,585,504  ..............  ..............
     MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                                                 85,545          85,545          85,545  ..............  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                         377,817         387,817         377,817  ..............         -10,000
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                        55,764          55,764          50,364          -5,400          -5,400
     BASE SUPPORT                                                              288,387         288,387         288,387  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          2,393,017       2,403,017       2,387,617          -5,400         -15,400

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     ADMINISTRATION                                                             64,017          64,017          64,017  ..............  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                                 15,854          15,854          15,854  ..............  ..............
     MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                                 21,095          21,095          21,095  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                                     7,052           7,052           7,052  ..............  ..............
     AUDIOVISUAL                                                                   651             651             651  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                            108,669         108,669         108,669  ..............  ..............

     932ND AIRLIFT WING OPERATIONS AND TRAINING                         ..............          23,100  ..............  ..............         -23,100
     COST AVOIDANCE FOR MOBILIZED MILTECHS                              ..............  ..............          -7,000          -7,000          -7,000
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............         -13,900         -15,000         -15,000          -1,100
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE               2,501,686       2,520,886       2,474,286         -27,400         -46,600
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  40 Adjustment to Fund Sustainment at DOD Goal                 -5,400
 999 Unobligated Balances                                      -15,000
 999 Cost Avoidance for Mobilized MilTechs                      -7,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                               -27,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $4,442,386,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   4,509,719,000
House allowance.........................................   4,534,419,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,428,119,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,428,119,000. This is $81,600,000 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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     LAND FORCES
     DIVISIONS                                                                 600,818         600,818         595,718          -5,100          -5,100
     CORPS COMBAT FORCES                                                       530,869         530,869         530,869  ..............  ..............
     CORPS SUPPORT FORCES                                                      322,856         322,856         322,856  ..............  ..............
     ECHELON ABOVE CORPS FORCES                                                606,026         606,026         604,526          -1,500          -1,500
     LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                             26,077          26,077          21,777          -4,300          -4,300

     LAND FORCES READINESS
     FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                        227,670         227,670         245,170         +17,500         +17,500
     LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS                                             126,496         126,496         136,696         +10,200         +10,200
     LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                             255,367         255,367         255,367  ..............  ..............

     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
     BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                                   610,219         630,219         604,319          -5,900         -25,900
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                       391,544         391,544         401,544         +10,000         +10,000
     MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                                     406,794         406,794         406,794  ..............  ..............
     MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITIES                                                   65,363          65,363          49,563         -15,800         -15,800
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          4,170,099       4,190,099       4,175,199          +5,100         -14,900

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     STAFF MANAGEMENT (ADMINISTRATION)                                         111,552         111,552         104,752          -6,800          -6,800
     INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS)                        52,814          53,814          48,814          -4,000          -5,000
     PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION (MANPOWER MANAGEMENT)                             50,653          50,653          50,653  ..............  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                                124,601         124,601         124,601  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                            339,620         340,620         328,820         -10,800         -11,800

     ANGEL GATE ACADEMY                                                 ..............           3,000  ..............  ..............          -3,000
     NATIONAL EMERGENCY AND DISASTER INFORMATION CENTER                 ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
     JOINT TRAINING AND EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM                         ..............           4,000  ..............  ..............          -4,000
     NATIONAL GUARD GLOBAL EDUCATION PROJECT                            ..............             500  ..............  ..............            -500
     ADV EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONSE TRAINING PROGRAM                    ..............           2,500  ..............  ..............          -2,500
     HOMELAND OPERATIONAL PLANNING SYSTEM                               ..............          10,000  ..............  ..............         -10,000
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............         -48,100         -35,900         -35,900         +12,200
     ERP FOR ARMY GUARD INSTALLATIONS                                   ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
     REGIONAL GEOSPATIAL SERVICE CENTER                                 ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
     COMMUNITY EMERG RESPONSE/INFO ANALYSIS CENTER                      ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
     STRATEGIC BIODEFENSE INITIATIVE                                    ..............          10,000  ..............  ..............         -10,000
     ADVANCED STARTING SYSTEMS                                          ..............             500  ..............  ..............            -500
     INTERNAL AIRLIFT, HELICOPTER SLINGABLE UNITS (ISUs)                ..............           4,000  ..............  ..............          -4,000
     ADVANCED SOLAR COVERS                                              ..............           3,200  ..............  ..............          -3,200
     CIVIL SUPPORT TEAM TRAINER (CSTT) PROGRAM                          ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
     RCAS                                                               ..............           5,000  ..............  ..............          -5,000
     FLORIDA NG OPERATION FAMILY SAFE AT HOME                           ..............           2,100  ..............  ..............          -2,100
     COST AVOIDANCE FOR MOBILIZED MILTECHS                              ..............  ..............         -40,000         -40,000         -40,000
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, O & M, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD                                 4,509,719       4,534,419       4,428,119         -81,600        -106,300
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -5,100
  40 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -1,500
  50 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -4,300
  60 BLSS Kit--PASGT Retro Fit Suspension System                 2,500
  60 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System (ECWCS)               2,000
  60 Joint Interagency Training Center--East                    10,000
  60 Operator Driving Simulators                                 3,000
  70 Information Technology Continuity of Operations             7,200
  70 Regional Geospatial Service Center                          3,000
  90 Hawaii Wireless Interoperability Network (HWIN)               500
  90 Communicator Automated Emergency Notification               2,500
      System
  90 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -8,900
 100 Facility Needs at National Guard Training Center,          10,000
      Fort Stewart
 120 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                 -18,300
 120 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration                  2,500
      Support
 130 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -6,800
 140 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -4,000
 999 Unobligated Balances                                      -35,900
 999 Cost Avoidance for Mobilized MilTechs                     -40,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                               -81,600
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Information Operations.--The Committee is aware that the 
Air and Army National Guard Information Operations programs 
have given the National Guard an entirely new capability to 
fight along with active duty forces. The program trains and 
supports Guard and active duty units capable of protecting 
critical infrastructure and conducting information operations. 
The Committee understands that this mission is still emerging 
within the entire military and encourages the National Guard 
Bureau to identify funding within existing resources to 
continue these important Air and Army National Guard programs 
during fiscal year 2006.

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $4,472,738,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   4,724,091,000
House allowance.........................................   4,732,306,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,681,291,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,681,291,000. This is $42,800,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
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               OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD

                    BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     AIR OPERATIONS
     AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS                                                     2,938,127       2,947,442       2,942,427          +4,300          -5,015
     MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                                                497,447         497,447         490,847          -6,600          -6,600
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                         612,807         612,807         612,807  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                       169,791         184,791         169,791  ..............         -15,000
     BASE SUPPORT                                                              467,517         468,517         460,017          -7,500          -8,500
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                          4,685,689       4,711,004       4,675,889          -9,800         -35,115

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     ADMINISTRATION                                                             28,949          28,949          28,949  ..............  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                                  9,453           9,453           9,453  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                             38,402          38,402          38,402  ..............  ..............

     COST AVOIDANCE FOR MOBILIZED MILTECHS                              ..............  ..............          -8,000          -8,000          -8,000
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES                                               ..............         -22,100         -25,000         -25,000          -2,900
     DISTRIBUTED TRAINING TECHNOLOGY PROJECT                            ..............           3,000  ..............  ..............          -3,000
     EAGLE VISION                                                       ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
                                                                       =================================================================================
           TOTAL, O&M, AIR NATIONAL GUARD                                    4,724,091       4,732,306       4,681,291         -42,800         -51,015
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 166th Information Operations Squadron                       1,500
  10 Combat Arms Training System (CATS)                          5,000
  10 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -2,200
  20 National Guard State Partnership Program                    2,500
  20 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -9,100
  50 Baseline Adjustment for One-Time Increase                  -7,500
 999 Unobligated Balances                                      -25,000
 999 Cost Avoidance for Mobilized MilTechs                      -8,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total                                               -42,800
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account

Appropriations, 2005....................................     $10,000,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................      20,000,000
House allowance.........................................      20,000,000
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee recommends no appropriation. This is 
$20,000,000 below the budget estimate.
    The Committee is disappointed that the Department did not 
submit budget justification materials for the Overseas 
Contingency Operations Transfer Fund and Contingency Operations 
as required by section 8116 of Public Law 108-287, the 
Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2005. Without the 
appropriate justification materials, the Committee was unable 
to evaluate the need for the transfer fund and therefore 
provided no appropriation.

               U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Appropriations, 2005....................................     $10,825,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................      11,236,000
House allowance.........................................      11,236,000
Committee recommendation................................      11,236,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $11,236,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Army

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $400,948,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     407,865,000
House allowance.........................................     407,865,000
Committee recommendation................................     407,865,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $407,865,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Navy

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $266,820,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     305,275,000
House allowance.........................................     305,275,000
Committee recommendation................................     305,275,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $305,275,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Environmental Restoration, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $397,368,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     406,461,000
House allowance.........................................     406,461,000
Committee recommendation................................     406,461,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $406,461,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                Environmental Restoration, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2005....................................     $23,684,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................      28,167,000
House allowance.........................................      28,167,000
Committee recommendation................................      28,167,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $28,167,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

         Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $266,516,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     221,921,000
House allowance.........................................     221,921,000
Committee recommendation................................     271,921,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $271,921,000. 
This is $50,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    The Committee is disappointed that the budget estimate for 
cleanup of Formerly Used Defense Sites [FUDS] is below the 
amount authorized and appropriated in fiscal year 2005. The 
Committee notes that more than 2,100 Formerly Used Defense 
Sites have been identified but still require remediation 
action. The estimated cost to complete remediation at FUDS 
sites is more than $17,000,000,000. In light of the substantial 
clean-up challenges that remain, the Committee recommends 
$50,000,000 above the budget estimate.

             Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid

Appropriations, 2005....................................     $59,000,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................      61,546,000
House allowance.........................................      61,546,000
Committee recommendation................................      61,546,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $61,546,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $409,200,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     415,549,000
House allowance.........................................     415,549,000
Committee recommendation................................     415,549,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $415,549,000. 
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 2006 budget requests a total of 
$76,635,410,000 for procurement appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends procurement appropriations 
totaling $75,817,187,000 for fiscal year 2006. This is 
$818,223,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended procurement appropriations for fiscal 
year 2006 are summarized below:

                                      SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2006 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aircraft Procurement, Army......................................       2,800,880       2,562,480        -238,400
Missile Procurement, Army.......................................       1,270,850       1,214,919         -55,931
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army........       1,660,149       1,359,465        -300,684
Procurement of Ammunition, Army.................................       1,720,872       1,708,680         -12,192
Other Procurement, Army.........................................       4,302,634       4,426,531        +123,897
Aircraft Procurement, Navy......................................      10,517,126       9,880,492        -636,634
Weapons Procurement, Navy.......................................       2,707,841       2,593,341        -114,500
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps................         872,849         832,791         -40,058
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy...............................       8,721,165       8,677,887         -43,278
Other Procurement, Navy.........................................       5,487,818       5,293,157        -194,661
Procurement, Marine Corps.......................................       1,377,705       1,361,605         -16,100
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.................................      11,973,933      12,729,492        +755,559
Missile Procurement, Air Force..................................       5,490,287       5,068,974        -421,313
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force............................       1,031,207         996,111         -35,096
Other Procurement, Air Force....................................      14,002,689      14,048,439         +45,750
Procurement, Defense-Wide.......................................       2,677,832       2,572,250        -105,582
National Guard and Reserve Equipment............................  ..............         422,000        +422,000
Defense Production Act Purchases................................          19,573          68,573         +49,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      76,635,410      75,817,187        -818,223
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       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 S. 1042, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.
    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

    Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System [APKWS].--The primary 
objective of the APKWS program is to design, manufacture, and 
test a cost effective laser guided rocket utilizing the 
existing propulsion system and warheads of the legacy Hydra 70 
rocket system. The Committee has supported this program since 
inception and was disappointed to learn of the Army's decision 
to curtail development efforts in February 2005. The Committee 
was further disappointed to learn the Army now plans to 
recompete the program and has issued a request for information 
with essentially identical technical requirements as the 
curtailed APKWS program.
    While the Army cites cost, schedule and performance issues 
for APKWS program curtailment, the Committee notes the program 
was on plan to enter production in fiscal year 2006, was on a 
path to meet the specified cost objective by 2009, and 
conducted a successful flight test in January 2005 that 
incorporated all the corrective measures derived from earlier 
flights. It is unclear why the Army would embark on a new 
program and delay fielding of this capability to our 
warfighters, by a minimum of 2 years, when cost, schedule, and 
performance does not support the rationale for program 
curtailment. Therefore, the Committee directs the Government 
Accountability Office to conduct a review of the program, 
acquisition management and its requirements and to report 
findings to the congressional defense committees no later than 
March 15, 2006.
    Due to the decisions to curtail development efforts and 
recompete the program, the Army has extended the research and 
development phase of the program by approximately 2 years and 
delayed initial production until fiscal year 2008. As a result 
of these delays, the following funding adjustments are included 
in the Committee's recommendation:

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reductions:
    Missile Procurement, Army..............................      -27,931
    Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.......       -8,079
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army (APKWS       -4,879
     Simulator)............................................
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.......      -10,000
                                                            ------------
      Total................................................      -50,889
                                                            ============
Rescission:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army 2005/        -4,300
     2006..................................................
                                                            ------------
      Total................................................       -4,300
                                                            ------------
      Grand Total..........................................      -55,189
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Body Armor.--The Committee believes it would be a serious 
mistake and a threat to our national security to allow American 
armed forces to become dependent on foreign suppliers for the 
technology or manufacturing of personal armoring systems that 
have already saved many lives in Iraq. Therefore, the Committee 
encourages the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, 
Technology and Logistics to ensure that armor plates or other 
vital finished components acquired by the Department of Defense 
be manufactured by American owned companies.
    Joint Common Missile [JCM].--The fiscal year 2006 budget 
request proposes terminating the JCM program, which is 
developing the next generation air-to-ground missile for the 
Department of the Army and Department of the Navy. The missile 
would be carried by rotary and fixed-wing platforms as well as 
selected ground platforms. The Committee notes that JCM is the 
only air-to-ground missile in development with potential to 
fulfill critical capability requirements during the Joint 
Capabilities Integration and Development System [JCIDS] 
process. Therefore, the Committee encourages the Secretary of 
Defense to reevaluate the cancellation of the JCM program. In 
addition, the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
submit a report to the congressional defense committees no 
later than December 30, 2005, that explains how the Department 
of Defense will mitigate the capability gaps identified in the 
JCIDS analysis and provides a cost comparison analysis of 
continuing the JCM program versus JCM termination and continued 
procurement of legacy air-to-ground missiles to fulfill mission 
requirements.
    Littoral Combat Ship [LCS].--The Committee remains 
supportive of the LCS program and the unique warfighting 
capabilities these small modular combatants promise to provide. 
However, the Committee is concerned about the lingering 
instability of program requirements and thus costs. Since 
program inception, the total number of LCSs reportedly required 
to attain an effective warfighting capability has fluctuated 
significantly. Such fluctuations create concern that LCS is 
being used as a mechanism to artificially inflate the total 
number of ships in an already unstable shipbuilding program. 
The Committee remains focused on the warfighting prowess each 
ship and submarine provides the fleet rather than on the total 
number of vessels in the Navy's inventory. The Committee views 
the LCS as a supplement to naval warfighting rather than a 
replacement for major combatants. In terms of program costs, 
the Committee understands that both hull and mission module 
performance specifications and thus projected costs for the LCS 
program are dramatically increasing. The Committee reminds the 
Navy that the appeal of the LCS is its relative simplicity of 
design and ``low cost''.
    C-130J/KC-130.--The President's budget requests $98,983,000 
in procurement funds for the Air Force C-130J program and 
$1,092,743,000 to procure 12 Marine Corps KC-130 aircraft. In 
addition, the budget proposes termination of the program after 
fiscal year 2006. Since submission of the President's budget, 
the Secretary of Defense has notified the Congress of his 
intent to reverse this termination decision. The Committee is 
pleased that the Secretary has chosen to reverse this decision 
and recommends a more appropriate and executable distribution 
of the requested funding. The Committee recommends $447,296,000 
for procurement of six KC-130s and $71,000 for advance 
procurement for an additional six aircraft in fiscal year 2007. 
In addition, the Committee recommends $516,600,000 for 
procurement of seven C-130J aircraft and advance procurement 
funds for nine aircraft in fiscal year 2007.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $2,854,541,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   2,800,880,000
House allowance.........................................   2,879,380,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,562,480,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,562,480,000. This is $238,400,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
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             AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY

     AIRCRAFT
     FIXED WING
   1 UTILITY F/W CARGO AIRCRAFT                 .......            4,926  .......            4,926  .......            4,926  .......  ...............

     ROTARY
   3 ARMED RECONNAISSANCE HELICOPTER            .......           70,000  .......           70,000  .......  ...............  .......          -70,000
   4 HELICOPTER, LIGHT UTILITY                  .......          108,000  .......          108,000  .......           63,000  .......          -45,000
   5 UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP)                           41          505,650       45          580,650       41          505,650  .......  ...............
   6 UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP) (AP-CY)              .......           79,052  .......           79,052  .......           79,052  .......  ...............
   7 HELICOPTER NEW TRAINING                    .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......            4,000  .......           +4,000
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT                      .......          767,628  .......          842,628  .......          656,628  .......         -111,000

     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
  10 AH-64 MODS                                 .......          580,392  .......          590,392  .......          524,292  .......          -56,100
  11 AH-64 MODS (AP-CY)                         .......           19,000  .......           19,000  .......           19,000  .......  ...............
  12 CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS                .......          651,343  .......          651,343  .......          655,843  .......           +4,500
  13 CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS (AP-CY)        .......           24,689  .......           24,689  .......           24,689  .......  ...............
  14 UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS                .......           13,575  .......           13,575  .......           13,575  .......  ...............
  16 AIRCRAFT LONG RANGE MODS                   .......              779  .......              779  .......              779  .......  ...............
  17 LONGBOW                                    .......           84,513  .......           84,513  .......           84,513  .......  ...............
  19 UH-60 MODS                                 .......           33,294  .......           35,094  .......           45,294  .......          +12,000
  21 KIOWA WARRIOR                              .......           24,478  .......           24,478  .......           24,478  .......  ...............
  22 AIRBORNE AVIONICS                          .......          106,124  .......           93,824  .......          106,124  .......  ...............
  23 GATM ROLLUP                                .......           31,542  .......           31,542  .......           31,542  .......  ...............
  25 SPARE PARTS (AIR)                          .......            3,948  .......            3,948  .......            3,948  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT      .......        1,573,677  .......        1,573,177  .......        1,534,077  .......          -39,600

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
     GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS
  26 AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT           .......           11,200  .......           11,200  .......  ...............  .......          -11,200
  27 ASE INFRARED CM                            .......          211,151  .......          211,151  .......          141,551  .......          -69,600

     OTHER SUPPORT
  28 AIRBORNE COMMAND & CONTROL                 .......           28,055  .......           28,055  .......           28,055  .......  ...............
  29 AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                 .......            3,418  .......            3,418  .......            3,418  .......  ...............
  30 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                    .......           70,436  .......           70,436  .......           63,436  .......           -7,000
  31 AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS                 .......           29,352  .......           33,352  .......           29,352  .......  ...............
  32 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                        .......           62,399  .......           62,399  .......           62,399  .......  ...............
  33 INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                      .......           41,222  .......           41,222  .......           41,222  .......  ...............
  34 LAUNCHER, 2.75 ROCKET                      .......            2,342  .......            2,342  .......            2,342  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND         .......          459,575  .......          463,575  .......          371,775  .......          -87,800
            FACILITIES
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY    .......        2,800,880  .......        2,879,380  .......        2,562,480  .......         -238,400
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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           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3ARMED                       70,000  ..............         -70,000
     RECONNAISSANCE
     HELICOPTER
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -70,000
         R,D,T&E,Army
   4HELICOPTER, LIGHT          108,000          63,000         -45,000
     UTILITY (LUH)
        Program Delays  ..............  ..............         -45,000
   7HELICOPTER NEW      ..............           4,000          +4,000
     TRAINING
        USAPT           ..............  ..............          +4,000
  10AH-64 MODS                 580,392         524,292         -56,100
        Vibration       ..............  ..............          +4,500
         Management
         Enhancement
         Program
        R&S Kits--      ..............  ..............         -60,600
         Buying Ahead
         of Need
  12CH-47 CARGO                651,343         655,843          +4,500
     HELICOPTER MODS
        CH-47 2nd       ..............  ..............          +4,500
         Source
         Qualification
         for
         Transmission
         Parts
  19UH-60 MODS                  33,294          45,294         +12,000
        UH-60 Search    ..............  ..............          +4,000
         and Rescue
         Thermal
         Imaging
         Upgrades
        AN/AAQ-22 FLIR  ..............  ..............          +8,000
  26AIRCRAFT                    11,200  ..............         -11,200
     SURVIVABILITY
     EQUIPMENT
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -11,200
         Title IX
  27ASE INFRARED CM            211,151         141,551         -69,600
        ATIRCM--Transf  ..............  ..............         -69,600
         er to Title
         IX
  30COMMON GROUND               70,436          63,436          -7,000
     EQUIPMENT
        ARH Transfer    ..............  ..............          -9,000
         to
         R,D,T&E,Army
        Aviation        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Maintenance
         Fall
         Protection
         Platforms
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Army Aviation.--The advent of Army modularity and the 
termination of the Comanche program in fiscal year 2005 
presented the Army with a considerable challenge in how to both 
modernize and restructure the overall aviation force during a 
time of war. Since being presented with this challenge, 
definite progress has been made in defining force structure 
requirements and establishing aviation modernization plans to 
meet those requirements. The Army is currently endeavoring to 
properly validate requirements, establish programs of record 
and develop technologies that promise the capabilities 
necessary to operate successfully in a wartime environment. 
However, due to the amount of time required to effectively 
establish sound aviation acquisition programs, the Army has had 
to make imperfect decisions about the redistribution of 
resources from the Comanche program.
    One example is the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter [ARH] 
program. The President's budget requests $70,000,000 for 
procurement of ARH aircraft. However, based on the 
unanticipated need to integrate additional capabilities into an 
``off-the-shelf'' helicopter and the ongoing refining of cost 
estimates, the Army has requested and the Committee recommends 
transferring the $70,000,000 requested to the ``Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Army'' appropriation. The 
President's budget also requests $108,000,000 to procure 33 
Light Utility Helicopters [LUH]. However, the overall program 
is still awaiting approval of an official acquisition strategy 
and a positive Milestone C decision. Therefore, based on 
overall program immaturity and underexecution of resources 
previously provided, the Committee recommends reducing the 
budget request by $45,000,000. The Committee understands that 
the Army is likely to require additional budgetary and 
programmatic changes necessary to achieve its aviation 
modernization goals and encourages the Secretary of the Army to 
keep the Committee informed of its plans.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $1,307,000,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,270,850,000
House allowance.........................................   1,239,350,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,214,919,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,214,919,000. This is $55,931,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY

     OTHER MISSILES
     SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE SYSTEM
   1 PATRIOT SYSTEM SUMMARY                         108          489,700      108          489,700      108          489,700  .......  ...............
   3 SURFACE-LAUNCHED AMRAAM SYSTEM SUMMARY     .......           19,315  .......           19,315  .......           19,315  .......  ...............

     AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE SYSTEM
   4 HELLFIRE SYS SUMMARY                       .......           80,073  .......           80,073  .......           80,073  .......  ...............
   5 APKWS (ADVANCED PRECISION KILL WEAPON          600           27,931      300            3,931  .......  ...............     -600          -27,931
      SYSTEM)

     ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM
   7 JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY            .......           57,636  .......           57,636  .......           57,636  .......  ...............
  10 TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY                       .......           27,207  .......           27,207  .......            2,207  .......          -25,000
  11 TOW 2 ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)             .......           18,900  .......           18,900  .......           18,900  .......  ...............
  12 GUIDED MLRS ROCKET (GMLRS)                   1,026          124,814    1,026          124,814    1,026          124,814  .......  ...............
  13 MLRS REDUCED RANGE PRACTICE ROCKETS            900            7,726      900            7,726      900            7,726  .......  ...............
      (RRPR)
  14 MLRS LAUNCHER SYSTEMS                      .......           20,787  .......           20,787  .......           20,787  .......  ...............
  15 HIMARS LAUNCHER                                 35          174,929       35          167,429       35          174,929  .......  ...............
  16 ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS (ATACMS)--SYS SUM         45           58,458       45           58,458       45           58,458  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                .......        1,107,476  .......        1,075,976  .......        1,054,545  .......          -52,931

     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
     MODIFICATIONS
  17 PATRIOT MODS                               .......           77,411  .......           77,411  .......           77,411  .......  ...............
  19 JAVELIN MISSILE MODS                       .......           14,007  .......           14,007  .......           14,007  .......  ...............
  20 ITAS/TOW MODS                              .......            9,587  .......            9,587  .......            9,587  .......  ...............
  21 MLRS MODS                                  .......           14,579  .......           14,579  .......           14,579  .......  ...............
  22 HIMARS MODIFICATIONS: (NON AAO)            .......            8,001  .......            8,001  .......            8,001  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF MISSILES      .......          123,585  .......          123,585  .......          123,585  .......  ...............

  24 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                    .......           30,142  .......           30,142  .......           27,142  .......           -3,000

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  25 AIR DEFENSE TARGETS                        .......            6,156  .......            6,156  .......            6,156  .......  ...............
  26 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MISSILES)           .......               10  .......               10  .......               10  .......  ...............
  27 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT                    .......            3,481  .......            3,481  .......            3,481  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND         .......            9,647  .......            9,647  .......            9,647  .......  ...............
            FACILITIES
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY     .......        1,270,850  .......        1,239,350  .......        1,214,919  .......          -55,931
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   5 APKWS (ADVANCED            27,931  ..............         -27,931
      PRECISION KILL
      WEAPON SYSTEM)
         Program Delay  ..............  ..............         -27,931
  10 TOW 2 SYSTEM               27,207           2,207         -25,000
      SUMMARY
         Transfer to    ..............  ..............         -25,000
          Title IX
  24 SPARES AND REPAIR          30,142          27,142          -3,000
      PARTS
         Unjustified    ..............  ..............          -3,000
          request
------------------------------------------------------------------------

        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $2,467,495,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,660,149,000
House allowance.........................................   1,670,949,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,359,465,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,359,465,000. This is $300,684,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV, ARMY

     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   1 ABRAMS TRNG DEV MOD                        .......            3,754  .......            3,754  .......            3,754  .......  ...............
   2 BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT                   .......           37,908  .......           44,408  .......           37,908  .......  ...............
   3 BRADLEY FVS TRAINING DEVICES (MOD)         .......            5,679  .......            5,679  .......            5,679  .......  ...............
   4 ABRAMS TANK TRAINING DEVICES               .......            3,709  .......            6,709  .......            5,709  .......           +2,000
   5 STRYKER                                        240          878,449      240          882,449      240          878,449  .......  ...............

     MODIFICATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   9 BFVS SERIES (MOD)                          .......           45,265  .......           45,265  .......           45,265  .......  ...............
  10 HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM M109A6 (MOD)     .......           14,801  .......           14,801  .......           14,801  .......  ...............
  11 FAASV PIP TO FLEET                         .......            6,439  .......            6,439  .......            6,439  .......  ...............
  12 M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)                       .......          443,475  .......          443,475  .......          190,775  .......         -252,700

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  15 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TCV-WTCV)           .......              407  .......              407  .......              407  .......  ...............
  16 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (TCV-WTCV)         .......           10,258  .......           10,258  .......           10,258  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES       .......        1,450,144  .......        1,463,644  .......        1,199,444  .......         -250,700

     WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES
  17 INTEGRATED AIR BURST WEAPON SYSTEM FAMILY  .......           32,484  .......           22,284  .......  ...............  .......          -32,484
  18 ARMOR MACHINE GUN, 7.62MM M240 SERIES        1,197           14,148    1,197           14,148    1,197           14,148  .......  ...............
  19 MACHINE GUN, 5.56MM (SAW)                  .......               80  .......               80  .......               80  .......  ...............
  20 GRENADE LAUNCHER, AUTO, 40MM, MK19-3           352            8,715      352            8,715      352            8,715  .......  ...............
  21 MORTAR SYSTEMS                             .......              200  .......              200  .......              200  .......  ...............
  22 M16 RIFLE                                   14,500            8,000   14,500            8,000   14,500            8,000  .......  ...............
  23 M107, CAL. 50, SNIPER RIFLE                    600            9,656      600            9,656      600            9,656  .......  ...............
  24 5.56 CARBINE M4                              2,106            3,215    2,106            3,215    2,106            3,215  .......  ...............
  26 HOWITZER LT WT 155MM (T)                        23           46,786       23           46,786       23           46,786  .......  ...............

     MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEH
  27 MARK-19 MODIFICATIONS                      .......            5,444  .......            5,444  .......            5,444  .......  ...............
  28 M4 CARBINE MODS                            .......           44,817  .......           44,817  .......           14,817  .......          -30,000
  29 SQUAD AUTOMATIC WEAPON (MOD)               .......            3,095  .......            3,095  .......            3,095  .......  ...............
  30 MEDIUM MACHINE GUNS (MODS)                 .......            7,089  .......            7,089  .......            7,089  .......  ...............
  32 M119 MODIFICATIONS                         .......            1,000  .......            1,000  .......            1,000  .......  ...............
  33 M16 RIFLE MODS                             .......            1,970  .......            1,970  .......            1,970  .......  ...............
  34 MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)  .......            5,146  .......            5,146  .......            5,146  .......  ...............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  35 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)          .......              488  .......              488  .......              488  .......  ...............
  36 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV-WTCV)        .......            6,494  .......            6,494  .......            6,494  .......  ...............
  37 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                    .......            2,655  .......            5,155  .......            8,655  .......           +6,000
  38 SMALL ARMS (SOLDIER ENH PROG)              .......            5,181  .......           10,181  .......            9,181  .......           +4,000
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT      .......          206,663  .......          203,963  .......          154,179  .......          -52,484
            VEHICLES

  40 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS (WTCV)             .......            3,342  .......            3,342  .......            5,842  .......           +2,500
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV, ARMY    .......        1,660,149  .......        1,670,949  .......        1,359,465  .......         -300,684
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4 ABRAMS TANK                 3,709           5,709          +2,000
      TRAINING DEVICES
         Intelligent    ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Graphic
          Wiring
          Traceout for
          Abrams Tank
          Data
  12 M1 ABRAMS TANK            443,475         190,775        -252,700
      (MOD)
         Power Pack     ..............  ..............        -252,700
          Improvement
          and
          Integration
          Optimization
          -Transfer to
          Title IX
  17 INTEGRATED AIR             32,484  ..............         -32,484
      BURST WEAPON
      SYSTEM FAMILY
         OICW I         ..............  ..............         -32,484
          Program
          Delay
  28 M4 CARBINE MODS            44,817          14,817         -30,000
         Transfer to    ..............  ..............         -30,000
          Title IX
  37 INDUSTRIAL                  2,655           8,655          +6,000
      PREPAREDNESS
         Arsenal        ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Support
          Program
          Initiative
          (note: Rock
          Island
          Arsenal
          only)
  38 SMALL ARMS                  5,181           9,181          +4,000
      EQUIPMENT
      (SOLDIER ENH
      PROG)
         M2HB Enhanced  ..............  ..............          +4,000
          .50 Caliber
          Machine Gun
          Kits
  40 SPARES AND REPAIR           3,342           5,842          +2,500
      PARTS (WTCV)
         Joint          ..............  ..............          +2,500
          Enhanced
          Explosion
          Resistant
          Coatings for
          Veh-  icles
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Objective Individual Combat Weapon [OICW] Increment I.--
OICW Increment I is a modular family of weapons conceived to 
replace the Army's Vietnam-era individual small arms. The Army 
has temporarily suspended the current competition for OICW I to 
allow for the incorporation of joint requirements. This 
temporary suspension will lead to a slip in the acquisition 
schedule and delay OICW Increment I procurement by at least 1 
year. Therefore, the Committee provides no funds to procure 
OICW Increment I in fiscal year 2006. Additionally, the 
Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of the Army for 
Acquisition, Logistics and Technology to submit to the 
congressional defense committees not later than December 30, 
2005 a report in writing detailing the program's requirements, 
acquisition strategy and schedule, as well as the Army's 
strategy for replacing its existing small arms inventory with 
OICW Increment I, to include quantities to be procured, as well 
as the expected costs of the total program.
    Furthermore, the Committee directs the Assistant Secretary 
of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology to submit 
to the congressional defense committees a written update to 
such report subsequent to, but not later than 90 days after, 
the program's review by the Joint Requirement Oversight 
Council.

                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $1,590,952,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,720,872,000
House allowance.........................................   1,753,152,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,708,680,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,708,680,000. This is $12,192,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY

     AMMUNITION
     SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION
   1 CTG, 5.56MM, ALL TYPES                     .......          142,363  .......          142,363  .......          142,363  .......  ...............
   2 CTG, 7.62MM, ALL TYPES                     .......           75,290  .......           75,290  .......           75,290  .......  ...............
   3 CTG, 9MM, ALL TYPES                        .......            4,018  .......            4,018  .......            4,018  .......  ...............
   4 CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES                    .......          110,043  .......          110,043  .......          110,043  .......  ...............
   5 CTG, 25MM, ALL TYPES                       .......           30,965  .......           30,965  .......           30,965  .......  ...............
   6 CTG, 30MM, ALL TYPES                       .......           17,618  .......           17,618  .......           17,618  .......  ...............
   7 CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES                       .......          142,594  .......          142,594  .......          142,594  .......  ...............

     MORTAR AMMUNITION
   8 60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                     .......           14,355  .......           14,355  .......           14,355  .......  ...............
   9 81MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                     .......           85,250  .......           85,250  .......           55,437  .......          -29,813
  10 CTG, MORTAR, 120MM, ALL TYPES              .......           62,918  .......           62,918  .......           61,539  .......           -1,379

     TANK AMMUNITION
  11 CTG, TANK, 105MM: ALL TYPES                .......           29,421  .......           29,421  .......           29,421  .......  ...............
  12 120MM TANK TRAINING, ALL TYPES             .......          145,094  .......          145,094  .......          145,094  .......  ...............
  13 CTG, TANK, 120MM TACTICAL, ALL TYPES       .......           52,724  .......           52,724  .......           53,724  .......           +1,000

     ARTILLERY AMMUNITION
  14 CTG, ARTY, 75MM BLANK M337A1               .......            2,246  .......            2,246  .......            2,246  .......  ...............
  15 CTG, ARTY, 105MM M927                      .......           41,873  .......           41,873  .......           41,873  .......  ...............
  16 CTG, ARTY, 155MM, ALL TYPES                .......          124,565  .......          126,565  .......          124,565  .......  ...............
  17 PROJ, 155MM EXTENDED RANGE XM982           .......           25,098  .......           25,098  .......           25,098  .......  ...............
  18 MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM (MACS),    .......           67,966  .......           67,966  .......           67,966  .......  ...............
      ALL T

     ARTILLERY FUZES
  19 ARTILLERY FUZES, ALL TYPES                 .......           22,926  .......           22,926  .......           22,926  .......  ...............

     MINES
  20 MINE, TRAINING, ALL TYPES                  .......              230  .......              230  .......              230  .......  ...............
  21 MINES (CONVENTIONAL), ALL TYPES            .......            4,009  .......            4,009  .......            4,009  .......  ...............
  22 MINE, CLEARING CHARGE, ALL TYPES           .......            4,646  .......            4,646  .......            4,646  .......  ...............
  23 ANTIPERSONNEL LANDMINE ALTERNATIVES        .......           27,876  .......           27,876  .......           27,876  .......  ...............

     ROCKETS
  24 SHOULDER FIRED ROCKETS, ALL TYPES          .......            7,810  .......            7,810  .......            7,810  .......  ...............
  25 ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES                .......          156,879  .......          156,879  .......          156,879  .......  ...............

     OTHER AMMUNITION
  26 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES            .......           29,719  .......           42,419  .......           29,719  .......  ...............
  27 GRENADES, ALL TYPES                        .......           53,107  .......           53,107  .......           53,107  .......  ...............
  28 SIGNALS, ALL TYPES                         .......           26,648  .......           26,648  .......           26,648  .......  ...............
  29 SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES                      .......           10,415  .......           10,415  .......           10,415  .......  ...............

     MISCELLANEOUS
  30 AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES                 .......            8,796  .......            8,796  .......            8,796  .......  ...............
  31 NON-LETHAL AMMUNITION, ALL TYPES           .......           18,784  .......           18,784  .......           18,784  .......  ...............
  32 CAD/PAD ALL TYPES                          .......            2,598  .......            2,598  .......            2,598  .......  ...............
  33 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                 .......            5,503  .......            5,503  .......            5,503  .......  ...............
  34 AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT              .......           12,765  .......           19,365  .......           18,765  .......           +6,000
  35 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (AMMO)    .......            9,101  .......            9,101  .......            9,101  .......  ...............
  36 CLOSEOUT LIABILITIES                       .......              100  .......              100  .......              100  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMMUNITION                    .......        1,576,313  .......        1,597,613  .......        1,552,121  .......          -24,192

     AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT

     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT
  37 PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES         .......           33,532  .......           42,712  .......           43,532  .......          +10,000
  38 LAYAWAY OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES           .......              348  .......              348  .......              348  .......  ...............
  39 MAINTENANCE OF INACTIVE FACILITIES         .......            5,001  .......            5,001  .......            5,001  .......  ...............
  40 CONVENTIONAL AMMO DEMILITARIZATION         .......          102,933  .......          104,733  .......          104,933  .......           +2,000
  41 ARMS INITIATIVE                            .......            2,745  .......            2,745  .......            2,745  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE    .......          144,559  .......          155,539  .......          156,559  .......          +12,000
            SUPPORT
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION,    .......        1,720,872  .......        1,753,152  .......        1,708,680  .......          -12,192
            ARMY
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   981MM MORTAR, ALL            85,250          55,437         -29,813
     TYPES
        Ctg, Mortar,    ..............  ..............         -29,813
         81MM HE w/PD
         Fuze M889A1
  10CTG, MORTAR,                62,918          61,539          -1,379
     120MM, ALL TYPES
        Fuze,           ..............  ..............          -1,379
         Electronic
         Time, XM 784
  13CTG, TANK, 120MM            52,724          53,724          +1,000
     TACTICAL, ALL
     TYPES
        120MM Tactical  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         All Types--
         M1028
         Canister
         Rounds
  26DEMOLITION                  29,719          29,719  ..............
     MUNITIONS, ALL
     TYPES
        Rapid Wall      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Breaching Kit
         (RWBK)
        Charge, Demo    ..............  ..............          -3,000
         Block C4
  34AMMUNITION                  12,765          18,765          +6,000
     PECULIAR
     EQUIPMENT
        Ammunition      ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Peculiar
         Equipment
         Outloading
         Module
         (McAlester)
        Automated       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Tactical
         Ammunition
         Classificatio
         n System
         (ATACS)
  37PROVISION OF                33,532          43,532         +10,000
     INDUSTRIAL
     FACILITIES
        Load, Assemble  ..............  ..............         +10,000
         and Pack
         (LAP) Kansas
         Army
         Ammunition
         Plant
  40CONVENTIONAL               102,933         104,933          +2,000
     MUNITIONS
     DEMILITARIZATION,
     ALL
        Missile         ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Recycling
         Capability
         (MRC)
         Energetics
         Processing
         Module (EPM)
         Commissioning
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Life Cycle Management Commands [LCMC].--The Committee 
supports the goal of the Army's LCMC pilot program to establish 
integrated business enterprises to better support the 
warfighter. Currently, there is a geographically separated but 
successful and strategically important life cycle management 
plan for ammunition management. The Committee understands that 
the Army will submit a report to the Office of the Secretary of 
Defense [OSD] detailing its implementation of LCMC programs by 
December 2005. Accordingly, the Committee directs OSD to submit 
a report to the Committee providing its assessment of the value 
of the LCMC construct by February 1, 2006.

                        Other Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $4,955,296,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   4,302,634,000
House allowance.........................................   4,491,634,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,426,531,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,426,531,000. This is $123,897,000 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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                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
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              OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY

     TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES

     TACTICAL VEHICLES
   1 TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS               .......           15,867  .......           15,867  .......           13,867  .......           -2,000
   2 SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED                      .......            6,049  .......            6,049  .......            8,049  .......           +2,000
   3 SEMITRAILERS, TANKERS                      .......            6,287  .......            6,287  .......            6,287  .......  ...............
   4 HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH (HMMWV)         .......          224,222  .......          224,222  .......          224,222  .......  ...............
   5 TRUCK, DUMP, 20T (CCE)                     .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   6 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH (FMTV)       .......          449,601  .......          449,601  .......          453,601  .......           +4,000
   7 FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTING       .......            7,523  .......            7,523  .......            7,523  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMEN
   8 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV)   .......          207,096  .......          217,296  .......          208,696  .......           +1,600
   9 ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES (ASV)            .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  10 TRUCK, TRACTOR, LINE HAUL, M915/M916       .......           17,063  .......           17,063  .......           17,063  .......  ...............
  13 HVY EXPANDED MOBILE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT     .......           40,710  .......           40,710  .......           40,710  .......  ...............
      SERV P
  14 HMMWV RECAPITALIZATION PROGRAM             .......           32,800  .......           32,800  .......           32,800  .......  ...............
  15 MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP               .......           11,659  .......           11,659  .......           11,659  .......  ...............
  16 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TAC VEH)            .......              378  .......              378  .......              378  .......  ...............
  17 TOWING DEVICE-FIFTH WHEEL                  .......            1,950  .......            3,950  .......            1,950  .......  ...............

     NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES
  18 HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN                        .......            2,900  .......            2,900  .......            2,900  .......  ...............
  19 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                .......              270  .......              270  .......              270  .......  ...............
  20 NONTACTICAL VEHICLES, OTHER                .......              430  .......              430  .......              430  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT          .......        1,024,805  .......        1,037,005  .......        1,030,405  .......           +5,600
            VEHICLES

     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

     COMM--JOINT COMMUNICATIONS
  21 WIN--TACTICAL PROGRAM                      .......          122,433  .......          101,433  .......          122,433  .......  ...............
  22 JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)                  .......            4,240  .......            4,240  .......            4,240  .......  ...............

     COMM--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  23 SECURED ENROUTE COM PACKAGE                .......            7,582  .......            7,582  .......            7,582  .......  ...............
  24 DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM    .......           55,023  .......           55,023  .......           71,023  .......          +16,000
      (SPAC
  25 SHF TERM                                   .......           23,359  .......           30,859  .......           23,359  .......  ...............
  26 SAT TERM, EMUT (SPACE)                     .......            1,439  .......            1,439  .......            1,439  .......  ...............
  27 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE)  .......           44,730  .......           52,330  .......           44,730  .......  ...............
  28 SMART-T (SPACE)                            .......           14,607  .......           14,607  .......           14,607  .......  ...............
  29 SCAMP (SPACE)                              .......              600  .......              600  .......              600  .......  ...............
  30 GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS                     .......           12,478  .......           12,478  .......           12,478  .......  ...............
  31 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SAT)              .......            7,699  .......           18,699  .......            7,699  .......  ...............

     COMM--C3 SYSTEM
  32 ARMY GLOBAL CMD & CONTROL SYS (AGCCS)      .......           17,358  .......           17,358  .......           18,358  .......           +1,000

     COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS
  33 ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA        .......           34,837  .......           34,837  .......           34,837  .......  ...............
      RADIO)
  35 RADIO TERMINAL SET, MIDS LVT(2)            .......            3,240  .......            3,240  .......            3,240  .......  ...............
  36 SINCGARS FAMILY                            .......           55,511  .......           55,511  .......           55,511  .......  ...............
  37 MULTI-PURPOSE INFORMATION OPERATIONS       .......            8,602  .......            8,602  .......            8,602  .......  ...............
      SYSTEMS
  39 BRIDGE TO FUTURE NETWORKS                  .......           41,288  .......           47,288  .......           56,288  .......          +15,000
  40 COMMS-ELEC EQUIP FIELDING                  .......            6,837  .......            7,837  .......            6,837  .......  ...............
  41 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM COMM/          .......            8,153  .......            8,153  .......            6,000  .......           -2,153
      ELECTRONICS
  42 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR (CSEL)      .......           15,729  .......           17,229  .......            4,629  .......          -11,100
  43 RADIO, IMPROVED HF FAMILY                  .......           28,041  .......           38,041  .......           28,041  .......  ...............
  44 MEDICAL COMM FOR CBT CASUALTY CARE (MC4)   .......            8,262  .......            8,262  .......            8,262  .......  ...............

     COMM--INTELLIGENCE COMM
  45 CI AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE                 .......            1,320  .......            1,320  .......            1,320  .......  ...............

     INFORMATION SECURITY
  46 TSEC--ARMY KEY MGT SYS (AKMS)              .......            2,994  .......            2,994  .......            2,994  .......  ...............
  47 INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM--ISSP  .......           69,734  .......           71,234  .......           74,934  .......           +5,200

     COMM--LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS
  48 TERRESTRIAL TRANSMISSION                   .......           15,661  .......           15,661  .......           15,661  .......  ...............
  49 BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS                .......           33,583  .......           33,583  .......           50,583  .......          +17,000
  51 ELECTROMAG COMP PROG (EMCP)                .......              479  .......              479  .......              479  .......  ...............
  52 WW TECH CON IMP PROG (WWTCIP)              .......            2,704  .......            2,704  .......            2,704  .......  ...............

     COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS
  53 INFORMATION SYSTEMS                        .......           12,883  .......           12,883  .......           12,883  .......  ...............
  54 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS)               .......            6,433  .......            6,433  .......            6,433  .......  ...............
  55 INSTALLATION INFO INFRASTRUCTURE MOD       .......          294,384  .......          294,384  .......          300,884  .......           +6,500
      PROGRAM
  57 PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT AND TELECOM       .......           28,618  .......           28,618  .......           28,618  .......  ...............

     ELECT EQUIP--NAT FOR INT PROG (NFIP)

     ELECT EQUIP--TACT INT REL ACT (TIARA)
  60 ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS (ASAS) (TIARA)     .......           21,204  .......           21,204  .......           21,204  .......  ...............
  61 JTT/CIBS-M (TIARA)                         .......            9,862  .......            9,862  .......            9,862  .......  ...............
  62 PROPHET GROUND (TIARA)                     .......           13,006  .......           24,506  .......           16,006  .......           +3,000
  63 TUAV                                       .......           26,000  .......           26,000  .......           26,000  .......  ...............
  64 SMALL UAV: (SUAV)                          .......           20,000  .......           20,000  .......           20,000  .......  ...............
  66 DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS (DTSS)         .......            2,888  .......            2,888  .......            2,888  .......  ...............
      (TIARA)
  69 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GRND SYSTEM (DCGS)      .......           43,543  .......           43,543  .......           43,543  .......  ...............
      (JMIP)
  70 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND STATION (JTAGS)      .......           12,648  .......           12,648  .......           12,648  .......  ...............
  71 TROJAN (TIARA)                             .......            6,067  .......            6,067  .......            6,067  .......  ...............
  72 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (INTEL SPT) (TIARA)    .......            1,668  .......            1,668  .......            1,668  .......  ...............
  73 CI HUMINT INFO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CHIMS)   .......              730  .......              730  .......              730  .......  ...............
      (TIA
  74 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TIARA)              .......           16,563  .......           16,563  .......           16,563  .......  ...............

     ELECT EQUIP--ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW)

     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV. (TAC SURV)
  78 SENTINEL MODS                              .......            8,393  .......            8,393  .......            8,393  .......  ...............
  79 NIGHT VISION DEVICES                       .......          164,674  .......          172,674  .......          171,674  .......           +7,000
  80 LONG RANGE ADVANCED SCOUT SURVEILLANCE     .......           42,293  .......           42,293  .......           42,293  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
  82 NIGHT VISION, THERMAL WPN SIGHT            .......           83,692  .......           83,692  .......           83,692  .......  ...............
  84 ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIP                   .......  ...............  .......            1,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  85 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (MMS)                  .......              334  .......              334  .......              334  .......  ...............
  87 PORTABLE INDUCTIVE ARTILLERY FUZE SETTER   .......            6,763  .......            6,763  .......            6,763  .......  ...............
  88 PROFILER                                   .......            4,869  .......            4,869  .......            4,869  .......  ...............
  89 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SURV)             .......           18,027  .......           18,027  .......           18,027  .......  ...............
  90 FORCE XXI BATTLE CMD BRIGADE & BELOW       .......          146,085  .......          146,085  .......          146,085  .......  ...............
      (FBCB2)
  91 LIGHTWEIGHT LASER DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINDER   .......           12,720  .......           12,720  .......           12,720  .......  ...............
      (LLD
  92 COMPUTER BALLISTICS: LHMBC XM32            .......            1,415  .......            1,415  .......            1,415  .......  ...............
  93 MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM                 .......           18,877  .......           18,877  .......           18,877  .......  ...............
  94 INTEGRATED MET SYS SENSORS (IMETS)--TIARA  .......            3,699  .......            3,699  .......            3,699  .......  ...............
  95 ENHANCED SENSOR & MONITORING SYSTEM        .......            2,000  .......            2,000  .......            2,000  .......  ...............

     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2 SYSTEMS
  96 TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS                .......           58,339  .......           58,339  .......           58,339  .......  ...............
  97 ADV FA TAC DATA SYS/EFF CTRL SYS (AFATDS/  .......           29,537  .......           29,537  .......           29,537  .......  ...............
      EC
  98 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP, AFATDS                .......            5,104  .......            5,104  .......            5,104  .......  ...............
  99 LIGHT WEIGHT TECH FIRE DIRECTION SYS (LWT  .......            2,978  .......            2,978  .......            2,978  .......  ...............
 100 CMBT SVC SUPT CONTROL SYS (CSSCS)          .......           10,139  .......           10,139  .......           10,139  .......  ...............
 101 FAAD C2                                    .......           26,108  .......           26,108  .......           11,108  .......          -15,000
 102 AIR & MSL DEFENSE PLANNING & CONTROL SYS   .......            3,668  .......            3,668  .......            3,668  .......  ...............
      (AMD
 103 FORWARD ENTRY DEVICE/LIGHTWEIGHT FED (FED/ .......            3,159  .......            3,159  .......            3,159  .......  ...............
      L
 105 LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT (LCSS)         .......            1,914  .......            1,914  .......            1,914  .......  ...............
 106 LOGTECH                                    .......           62,256  .......           65,256  .......           78,256  .......          +16,000
 107 TC AIMS II                                 .......           31,356  .......           16,356  .......           31,356  .......  ...............
 109 JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (JNMS)     .......           11,885  .......           11,885  .......           11,885  .......  ...............
 110 TACTICAL INTERNET MANAGER                  .......           16,962  .......           16,962  .......           16,962  .......  ...............
 111 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS)              .......           49,562  .......           49,562  .......           49,562  .......  ...............
 112 SINGLE ARMY LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE (SALE)    .......           89,017  .......           75,017  .......           54,117  .......          -34,900
 114 MOUNTED BATTLE COMMAND ON THE MOVE         .......              870  .......              870  .......              870  .......  ...............
      (MBCOTM)

     ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION
 115 ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION                .......           23,722  .......           23,722  .......           23,722  .......  ...............
 116 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP            .......          152,268  .......          153,268  .......          152,268  .......  ...............
 117 RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS (RCAS)    .......           30,819  .......           30,819  .......           37,819  .......           +7,000

     ELECT EQUIP--AUDIO VISUAL SYS (A/V)
 118 AFRTS                                      .......            2,732  .......            2,732  .......            2,732  .......  ...............
 119 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (A/V)                .......            6,381  .......            6,381  .......            6,381  .......  ...............
 120 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (SURVEYING EQUIPMENT)  .......            2,895  .......            2,895  .......            2,895  .......  ...............

     ELECT EQUIP--SUPPORT
 121 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (C-E)              .......              438  .......              438  .......              438  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND            .......        2,300,970  .......        2,321,570  .......        2,331,517  .......          +30,547
            ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
     CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPMENT
 123 SMOKE & OBSCURANT FAMILY: SOF (NON AAO     .......            2,904  .......            2,904  .......            2,904  .......  ...............
      ITEM)

     BRIDGING EQUIPMENT
 124 TACTICAL BRIDGING                          .......           26,611  .......           26,611  .......           26,611  .......  ...............
 125 TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT-RIBBON              .......            5,913  .......            5,913  .......            5,913  .......  ...............

     ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION) EQUIPMENT
 126 HANDHELD STANDOFF MINEFIELD DETECTION SYS- .......            7,084  .......            7,084  .......           10,084  .......           +3,000
      HST
 128 GRND STANDOFF MINE DETECTION SYSTEM        .......            2,962  .......            2,962  .......            2,962  .......  ...............
      (GSTAMIDS
 129 ROBOTIC COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM (RCSS)       .......            1,617  .......            1,617  .......            1,617  .......  ...............
 130 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQPMT (EOD     .......           29,786  .......           29,786  .......           29,786  .......  ...............
      EQPMT)
 131 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M, COUNTERMINE           .......              580  .......              580  .......              580  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT

     COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 132 HEATERS AND ECU'S                          .......            3,420  .......            3,420  .......            3,420  .......  ...............
 133 LAUNDRIES, SHOWERS AND LATRINES            .......            1,998  .......            1,998  .......            1,998  .......  ...............
 134 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT                        .......            4,810  .......            4,810  .......            4,810  .......  ...............
 135 LIGHTWEIGH MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE           .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......            4,000  .......           +4,000
 136 LAND WARRIOR                               .......           35,700  .......           35,700  .......           35,700  .......  ...............
 137 MOUNTED WARRIOR                            .......            1,600  .......            3,100  .......            1,600  .......  ...............
 140 FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT                    .......           26,553  .......           26,553  .......           26,553  .......  ...............
 141 AIR DROP PROGRAM                           .......           39,644  .......           39,644  .......           39,644  .......  ...............
 142 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (ENG SPT EQ)         .......            3,282  .......            3,282  .......            3,282  .......  ...............
 143 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CSS EQ)             .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......            4,500  .......           +4,500

     PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT
 144 QUALITY SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT             .......              730  .......              730  .......              730  .......  ...............
 145 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, PETROLEUM & WATER    .......           66,055  .......           66,055  .......           66,055  .......  ...............

     WATER EQUIPMENT
 147 WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS                 .......            8,888  .......            8,888  .......            8,888  .......  ...............

     MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
 148 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL                     .......           10,686  .......           22,186  .......           15,686  .......           +5,000

     MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT
 149 SHOP EQ CONTACT MAINTENANCE TRK MTD (MYP)  .......            8,244  .......            8,244  .......            8,244  .......  ...............
 150 WELDING SHOP, TRAILER MTD                  .......              252  .......              252  .......              252  .......  ...............
 151 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MAINT EQ)           .......            1,300  .......            3,100  .......            1,300  .......  ...............

     CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
 152 MISSION MODULES--ENGINEERING               .......            3,785  .......            3,785  .......            3,785  .......  ...............
 153 LOADERS                                    .......            1,217  .......            1,217  .......           11,217  .......          +10,000
 154 TRACTOR, FULL TRACKED                      .......              966  .......            5,966  .......              966  .......  ...............
 157 HIGH MOBILITY ENGINEER EXCAVATOR (HMEE)    .......           13,472  .......           13,472  .......           13,472  .......  ...............
 158 CONST EQUIP ESP                            .......            3,646  .......           30,646  .......            3,646  .......  ...............
 159 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CONST EQUIP)        .......            4,285  .......            4,285  .......            4,285  .......  ...............

     RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPMENT
 160 LOGISTICS SUPPORT VESSEL (LSV)             .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......            8,000  .......           +8,000
 161 THEATER SUPPORT VESSEL (TSV)               .......           15,000  .......           15,000  .......  ...............  .......          -15,000
 162 HARBORMASTER COMMAND & CONTROL CENTER      .......              600  .......              600  .......              600  .......  ...............
      (HCCC)
 163 CAUSEWAY SYSTEMS                           .......            2,000  .......            2,000  .......           12,000  .......          +10,000
 164 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (FLOAT/RAIL)         .......            4,988  .......            4,988  .......            4,988  .......  ...............

     GENERATORS
 165 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIP            .......           43,067  .......           48,567  .......           47,067  .......           +4,000

     MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
 167 ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY SYSTEM            .......              361  .......              361  .......            5,361  .......           +5,000

     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
 170 COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS (CTC) SUPPORT      .......           60,811  .......           60,811  .......           60,811  .......  ...............
 171 TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM                .......          184,528  .......          261,428  .......          218,778  .......          +34,250
 172 CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER              .......           63,746  .......           63,746  .......           63,746  .......  ...............
 173 AVIATION COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER    .......           71,301  .......           71,301  .......           71,301  .......  ...............
      (AVCA

     TEST MEASURE AND DIG EQUIPMENT (TMD)
 175 INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT        .......           21,605  .......           25,605  .......           21,605  .......  ...............
      (IFTE)
 176 TEST EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION (TEMOD)       .......              471  .......              471  .......              471  .......  ...............

     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 177 RAPID EQUIPPING SOLDIER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT  .......           50,000  .......           58,000  .......           50,000  .......  ...............
 178 PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS (OPA3)           .......           66,614  .......           76,614  .......           77,614  .......          +11,000
 179 BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT                 .......            6,224  .......            6,224  .......            6,224  .......  ...............
 180 MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC EQUIPMENT (OPA-3)   .......            9,379  .......            9,379  .......            9,379  .......  ...............
 181 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (OTH)              .......            2,638  .......            2,638  .......            2,638  .......  ...............
 182 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TESTING         .......            9,316  .......            9,316  .......           13,316  .......           +4,000
 183 MA8975                                     .......            2,434  .......            2,434  .......            2,434  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT       .......          933,073  .......        1,084,273  .......        1,020,823  .......          +87,750

     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS
 184 INITIAL SPARES--C&E                        .......           33,076  .......           33,076  .......           33,076  .......  ...............
 185 INITIAL SPARES--OTHER SUPPORT EQUIP        .......              732  .......              732  .......              732  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS        .......           33,808  .......           33,808  .......           33,808  .......  ...............

     LIGHTWEIGHT COUNTER MORTAR RADAR           .......  ...............  .......            5,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                        .......            9,978  .......            9,978  .......            9,978  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY       .......        4,302,634  .......        4,491,634  .......        4,426,531  .......         +123,897
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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             2006 budget   recommen-      budget
                                    estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY         15,867       13,867       -2,000
      SETS
         Fielding and Support   ...........  ...........       -2,000
          Costs
   2 SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED            6,049        8,049       +2,000
         600 Series Commercial  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Tractor Trailer
   6 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL      449,601      453,601       +4,000
      VEH (FMTV)
         Light Medium Tactical  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Vehicle--Army
          National Guard
   8 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL       207,096      208,696       +1,600
      VEHICLES (FHTV)
         Movement Tracking      ...........  ...........       +1,600
          System (MTS)
  24 DEFENSE SATELLITE               55,023       71,023      +16,000
      COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM
      (SPACE)
         Jam Resistant Secure   ...........  ...........      +15,000
          Communications
          (Transfer from O&M,
          Army--BA 4)
         Satellite-Based        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Prototype
          Interoperable
          Network
          Communication System
  32 ARMY GLOBAL CMD & CONTROL       17,358       18,358       +1,000
      SYS (AGCCS)
         Road Armor             ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Demonstration
          Software for
          Computer Security
  39 BRIDGE TO FUTURE NETWORKS       41,288       56,288      +15,000
         High Speed             ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Communications
          Assemblage Upgrade
         Joint Force Wireless   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Redundant
          Communications--Army
          National Guard
  41 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT              8,153        6,000       -2,153
      PROGRAM COMM/ELECTRONICS
         TBD Hardware           ...........  ...........       -2,153
  42 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER          15,729        4,629      -11,100
      LOCATOR (CSEL)
         CSEL--Transfer to      ...........  ...........      -11,100
          Title IX
  47 INFORMATION SYSTEM              69,734       74,934       +5,200
      SECURITY PROGRAM--ISSP
         Biometrics Identity    ...........  ...........       +5,200
          System for Access
  49 BASE SUPPORT                    33,583       50,583      +17,000
      COMMUNICATIONS
         Alaska Land Mobile     ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Radio
         USARPAC Deployable C4  ...........  ...........      +10,000
          System
  55 INSTALLATION INFO              294,384      300,884       +6,500
      INFRASTRUCTURE MOD
      PROGRAM
         GIG-BE ALCOM           ...........  ...........       +6,500
          Expansion
  62 PROPHET GROUND (TIARA)          13,006       16,006       +3,000
         Prophet Ground         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Vehicle Block I
          Enhancements
  79 NIGHT VISION DEVICES           164,674      171,674       +7,000
         NightHunter II Ultra-  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          High Intensity
          Illumination System
         MX-2 Mini-IR Thermal   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Imager
 101 FAAD C2                         26,108       11,108      -15,000
         COE Hardware           ...........  ...........      -15,000
 106 LOGTECH                         62,256       78,256      +16,000
         Active Data-Rich RFID  ...........  ...........       +6,000
          for In-Transit
          Visibility Upgrades
          and Enhancements
         Arsenal/Depot AIT      ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Initiative
 112 SINGLE ARMY LOGISTICS           89,017       54,117      -34,900
      ENTERPRISE (SALE)
         Program Growth and     ...........  ...........      -35,200
          Execution
         USARPAC GCCS           ...........  ...........         +300
          Operations
 117 RESERVE COMPONENT               30,819       37,819       +7,000
      AUTOMATION SYS (RCAS)
         Pacific Rim            ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Information
          Technology
          Infrastructure
          Improvement Program
 126 HANDHELD STANDOFF                7,084       10,084       +3,000
      MINEFIELD DETECTION SYS-
      HST
         Handheld Standoff      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Mine Detection
          System (HSTAMIDS)--
          Army Reserve
 135 LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE    ...........        4,000       +4,000
      ENCLOSURE (LME)
         Lightweight            ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Maintenance
          Enclosure
 143 ITEMS LESS THAN $5         ...........        4,500       +4,500
      MILLION (CSS EQ)
         Long Arm High          ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Intensity Handheld
          Searchlight (RI-2200
          and RI-2400)
 148 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL          10,686       15,686       +5,000
         Combat Support         ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Hospitals
 153 LOADERS                          1,217       11,217      +10,000
         Loaders--Army Reserve  ...........  ...........      +10,000
 160 LOGISTIC SUPPORT VESSEL    ...........        8,000       +8,000
      (LSV)
         Logistics Support      ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Vessel Enhancement
          Program
 161 THEATER SUPPORT VESSEL          15,000  ...........      -15,000
      (TSV)
         Program Merger and     ...........  ...........      -15,000
          Delay
 163 CAUSEWAY SYSTEMS                 2,000       12,000      +10,000
         Modular Causeway       ...........  ...........      +10,000
          System
 165 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED       43,067       47,067       +4,000
      EQUIP
         100kW Tactical Quiet   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Generator
 167 ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY           361        5,361       +5,000
      SYSTEM
         All Terrain Lifting    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Army System--Army
          Reserve
 171 TRAINING DEVICES,              184,528      218,778      +34,250
      NONSYSTEM
         172nd SIB Range        ...........  ...........      +14,000
          Improvement Plan
         Advanced Bradley Full- ...........  ...........      +12,000
          Crew Interactive
          Simulator Trainers
         Call For Fire Trainer/ ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Joint Fires and
          Effects Trainer
          System
         Combat Arms Training   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          System--Army
          National Guard
         USARPAC Core           ...........  ...........       +1,750
          Warfighting C4
          Network
          Infrastructure
 178 PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS       66,614       77,614      +11,000
         Battlefield Anti-      ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Intrusion System
         Gamma Radiographic     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Detection System
          (GaRDS) Mobile Car &
          Truck Inspection
          Unit
 182 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR            9,316       13,316       +4,000
      USER TESTING
         Advanced Threat        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Communications
          Network
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    Shelter Standardization.--The Committee notes that there 
are no current regulations for the standardization of tents and 
general purpose shelters within the Department of Defense. The 
Committee understands that the Department of the Army procures 
shelter systems based upon an articulated need developed with 
doctrine commands, and therefore has not developed a standard 
requirement service-wide for a general purpose shelter. It is 
also noted that defining such a requirement and creating a 
standard system of shelters is a challenge that falls upon the 
individual Services that is either centrally managed as a 
developmental program or through a procurement entity such as 
the Defense Logistics Agency. The most common challenge with 
shelter standardization is the varied requirements of each of 
the Services. Therefore, in an effort to achieve commonality 
and specific standards within the Department of Defense, the 
Committee directs the Under Secretary of Defense for 
Acquisition, Technology and Logistics to report to the 
congressional defense committees, no later than March 1, 2006, 
on the feasibility of shelter standardization throughout the 
Department of Defense.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $8,912,042,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  10,517,126,000
House allowance.........................................   9,776,440,000
Committee recommendation................................   9,880,492,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$9,880,492,000. This is $636,634,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY

     COMBAT AIRCRAFT
   1 AV-8B (V/STOL) HARRIER (MYP)               .......            1,707  .......            1,707  .......            1,707  .......  ...............
   2 EA-18G                                           4          310,175        4          310,175        4          310,175  .......  ...............
   3 EA-18G (AP-CY)                             .......           26,486  .......           26,486  .......           26,486  .......  ...............
   4 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP)                38        2,736,230       38        2,736,230       38        2,744,080  .......           +7,850
   5 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP) (AP-CY)   .......           86,105  .......           86,105  .......           86,105  .......  ...............
   6 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)                               9          993,302        9          993,302        9          993,302  .......  ...............
   7 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT) (AP-CY)                 .......           67,274  .......           67,274  .......           67,274  .......  ...............
   8 UH-1Y/AH-1Z                                     10          307,479       10          318,279       10          307,479  .......  ...............
   9 MH-60S (MYP)                                    26          463,369       26          463,369       26          463,369  .......  ...............
  10 MH-60S (MYP) (AP-CY)                       .......          125,698  .......          125,698  .......          125,698  .......  ...............
  11 MH-60R                                          12          435,421       12          439,421       12          435,421  .......  ...............
  12 MH-60R (AP-CY)                             .......          119,078  .......          119,078  .......          119,078  .......  ...............
  13 E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP)               2          210,952        2          210,952        2          210,952  .......  ...............
  14 E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP) (AP-    .......           38,000  .......           38,000  .......           38,000  .......  ...............
      CY)
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT               .......        5,921,276  .......        5,936,076  .......        5,929,126  .......           +7,850

     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
  16 C-40A                                      .......           10,312  .......           10,312  .......           10,312  .......  ...............
  17 C-37                                       .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT              .......           10,312  .......           10,312  .......           10,312  .......

     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  19 T-45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK                         6          239,240        6          239,240        6          239,240  .......  ...............
  20 JPATS                                      .......            2,411  .......           24,911  .......           14,011  .......          +11,600
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRAINER AIRCRAFT              .......          241,651  .......          264,151  .......          253,251  .......          +11,600

     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  21 KC-130J                                         12        1,092,743        4          321,089        6          447,296       -6         -645,447
  22 ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)                   .......  ...............  .......           45,626  .......           71,000  .......          +71,000
  23 F-5                                              9            4,517        9            4,517        9            4,517  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                .......        1,097,260  .......          371,232  .......          522,813  .......         -574,447

     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
  24 EA-6 SERIES                                .......          120,619  .......          123,619  .......          120,619  .......  ...............
  25 AV-8 SERIES                                .......           34,862  .......           34,862  .......           34,862  .......  ...............
  26 ADVERSARY                                  .......            5,013  .......            5,013  .......            5,013  .......  ...............
  27 F-18 SERIES                                .......          422,444  .......          417,444  .......          442,444  .......          +20,000
  28 H-46 SERIES                                .......           55,427  .......           55,427  .......           55,427  .......  ...............
  29 AH-1W SERIES                               .......            7,656  .......           17,156  .......            7,656  .......  ...............
  30 H-53 SERIES                                .......           14,917  .......           22,917  .......           14,917  .......  ...............
  31 SH-60 SERIES                               .......           12,360  .......           12,360  .......           12,360  .......  ...............
  32 H-1 SERIES                                 .......            7,395  .......            8,395  .......            7,395  .......  ...............
  33 EP-3 SERIES                                .......           55,120  .......           55,120  .......           44,120  .......          -11,000
  34 P-3 SERIES                                 .......          163,348  .......          185,500  .......          161,348  .......           -2,000
  35 S-3 SERIES                                 .......              751  .......              751  .......              751  .......  ...............
  36 E-2 SERIES                                 .......           13,654  .......           13,654  .......           13,654  .......  ...............
  37 TRAINER A/C SERIES                         .......           14,004  .......           14,004  .......           14,004  .......  ...............
  38 C-2A                                       .......           29,575  .......           29,575  .......           29,575  .......  ...............
  39 C-130 SERIES                               .......           42,698  .......           32,698  .......           42,698  .......  ...............
  40 FEWSG                                      .......              605  .......              605  .......              605  .......  ...............
  41 CARGO/TRANSPORT A/C SERIES                 .......           19,914  .......           19,914  .......           19,914  .......  ...............
  42 E-6 SERIES                                 .......           11,219  .......           11,219  .......           11,219  .......  ...............
  43 EXECUTIVE HELICOPTERS SERIES               .......           16,734  .......           16,734  .......           16,734  .......  ...............
  44 SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT                   .......           20,762  .......           28,262  .......           20,762  .......  ...............
  45 T-45 SERIES                                .......           49,980  .......           42,980  .......           53,980  .......           +4,000
  46 POWER PLANT CHANGES                        .......           26,334  .......           26,334  .......           26,334  .......  ...............
  47 JPATS SERIES                               .......              719  .......              719  .......              719  .......  ...............
  48 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT MODS                 .......              323  .......              323  .......              323  .......  ...............
  49 COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT                       .......           51,376  .......           55,376  .......           51,376  .......  ...............
  50 COMMON AVIONICS CHANGES                    .......          214,202  .......          181,395  .......          189,202  .......          -25,000
  51 COMMON DEFENSIVE WEAPON SYSTEM             .......           13,752  .......           13,752  .......           13,752  .......  ...............
  52 ID SYSTEMS                                 .......            7,741  .......            7,741  .......            7,741  .......  ...............
  53 V-22 (TILT/ROTOR ACFT) OSPREY              .......           81,002  .......           81,002  .......           81,002  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT      .......        1,514,506  .......        1,514,851  .......        1,500,506  .......          -14,000

     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  54 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                    .......        1,089,236  .......        1,060,823  .......        1,028,036  .......          -61,200

     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  55 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                    .......          499,469  .......          475,579  .......          503,469  .......           +4,000
  56 AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES             .......            9,508  .......            9,508  .......            9,508  .......  ...............
  57 WAR CONSUMABLES                            .......           10,437  .......           10,437  .......  ...............  .......          -10,437
  58 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                   .......           15,467  .......           15,467  .......           15,467  .......  ...............
  59 SPECIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                  .......          106,376  .......          106,376  .......          106,376  .......  ...............
  60 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION           .......            1,628  .......            1,628  .......            1,628  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT &  .......          642,885  .......          618,995  .......          636,448  .......           -6,437
            FACILITIES
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY    .......       10,517,126  .......        9,776,440  .......        9,880,492  .......         -636,634
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4F/A-18E/F                2,736,230       2,744,080          +7,850
     (FIGHTER) HORNET
     (MYP)
        Shared          ..............  ..............          +7,850
         Reconnaissanc
         e Pod (SHARP)
  20JPATS                        2,411          14,011         +11,600
        Joint Primary   ..............  ..............         +11,600
         Aircraft
         Training
         System
         (JPATS)
  21KC-130J                  1,092,743         447,296        -645,447
        Reduction of 6  ..............  ..............        -645,447
         Aircraft
  22KC-130J--AP         ..............          71,000         +71,000
        AP for 6        ..............  ..............         +71,000
         aircraft in
         fiscal year
         2007
  27F-18 SERIES                422,444         442,444         +20,000
        Spare Engines   ..............  ..............         +30,000
         and Modules
        Underexecution  ..............  ..............         -10,000
  33EP-3 SERIES                 55,120          44,120         -11,000
        Premature JMOD  ..............  ..............         -11,000
         Spiral II
         Request
  34P-3 SERIES                 163,348         161,348          -2,000
        Anti-Submarine  ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Warfare
         Maritime
         Improvement
         Program
         (AMIP)
        COP Rephasing   ..............  ..............         -10,000
        CURTIS          ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Upgrades to
         the P3C BMUP
  45T-45 SERIES                 49,980          53,980          +4,000
        T-45 Crash      ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Survivable
         Memory Unit
  50COMMON AVIONICS            214,202         189,202         -25,000
     CHANGES
        Advanced        ..............  ..............         -25,000
         Mission
         Computer
         Displays Cost
         Growth
  54SPARES AND REPAIR        1,089,236       1,028,036         -61,200
     PARTS
        KC-130J         ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Realignment
        V-22 Program    ..............  ..............         -24,200
         Delays
        MH-60 Program   ..............  ..............         -27,000
         Delays
  55COMMON GROUND              499,469         503,469          +4,000
     EQUIPMENT
        Direct          ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Squadron
         Support
         Readiness
         Training
         Program
  57WAR CONSUMABLES             10,437  ..............         -10,437
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -10,437
         Title IX
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Aircraft Spares and Repair Parts.--The Committee recommends 
$1,028,036,000 for spares and repair parts for Navy and Marine 
Corps aircraft, this is $61,200,000 below the budget request. 
The Committee finds the Navy's request for spares incongruent 
with the production schedules of the MH-60R and the V-22 
programs. The Committee further recommends a reduction to the 
KC-130 request. This reduction reflects the Committee's 
transfer of six aircraft to the Air Force C-130J program as 
discussed in the ``Procurement Overview'' section of this 
report.
    KC-130.--See ``Procurement Overview'' section of this 
report.

                       Weapons Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $2,114,720,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   2,707,841,000
House allowance.........................................   2,596,781,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,593,341,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,593,341,000. This is $114,500,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY

     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
   2 TRIDENT II MODS                            .......          932,680  .......          932,680  .......          842,680  .......          -90,000

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
   3 MISSILE INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES              .......            3,413  .......            3,413  .......            3,413  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BALLISTIC MISSILES            .......          936,093  .......          936,093  .......          846,093  .......          -90,000

     OTHER MISSILES
     STRATEGIC MISSILES
   4 TOMAHAWK                                       379          353,409      308          301,153      379          353,409  .......  ...............

     TACTICAL MISSILES
   5 AMRAAM                                         101           81,507      101           81,507  .......            4,507     -101          -77,000
   6 SIDEWINDER                                     165           37,823      165           37,823      165           37,823  .......  ...............
   7 JSOW                                           420          144,449      420          146,449      420          144,449  .......  ...............
   9 STANDARD MISSILE                                75          145,676       75          145,676       75          145,676  .......  ...............
  10 RAM                                             90           86,944       90           86,944       90           86,944  .......  ...............
  12 AERIAL TARGETS                             .......          101,882  .......           92,882  .......          101,882  .......  ...............
  13 DRONES AND DECOYS                          .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           20,000  .......          +20,000
  14 OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT                      .......           10,336  .......           10,336  .......           10,336  .......  ...............

     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
  15 ESSM                                           116           99,833      116           99,833      116           99,833  .......  ...............
  16 STANDARD MISSILES MODS                     .......           53,531  .......           53,531  .......           61,031  .......           +7,500

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  17 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES              .......            4,112  .......            4,112  .......           35,112  .......          +31,000

     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  18 ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                 .......           45,410  .......           52,410  .......           45,410  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                .......        1,164,912  .......        1,112,656  .......        1,146,412  .......          -18,500

     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP
  19 SSTD                                       .......            3,994  .......            3,994  .......            3,994  .......  ...............
  20 ASW TARGETS                                .......           24,557  .......           24,557  .......           24,557  .......  ...............

     MOD OF TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP
  21 MK-46 TORPEDO MODS                         .......           76,591  .......           76,591  .......           61,591  .......          -15,000
  22 MK-48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS                   .......           61,309  .......           35,920  .......           61,309  .......  ...............
  23 QUICKSTRIKE MINE                           .......            3,018  .......            3,018  .......            3,018  .......  ...............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  24 TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                  .......           29,234  .......           29,234  .......           29,234  .......  ...............
  25 ASW RANGE SUPPORT                          .......           13,039  .......           13,039  .......           13,039  .......  ...............

     DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION
  26 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION           .......            3,188  .......            3,188  .......            3,188  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED         .......          214,930  .......          189,541  .......          199,930  .......          -15,000
            EQUIPMENT

     OTHER WEAPONS
     GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS
  27 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS                     .......           22,515  .......           22,515  .......           18,515  .......           -4,000

     MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS
  28 CIWS MODS                                  .......          195,648  .......          195,648  .......          195,648  .......  ...............
  29 COAST GUARD WEAPONS                        .......            5,375  .......            5,375  .......            5,375  .......  ...............
  30 GUN MOUNT MODS                             .......           84,142  .......           55,727  .......           97,142  .......          +13,000

     OTHER
  31 TACTICAL UAV--PIONEER                      .......            1,964  .......            1,964  .......            1,964  .......  ...............
  32 CRUISER MODERNIZATION                      .......            5,428  .......            5,428  .......            5,428  .......  ...............
  33 AIRBORNE MINE NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEMS       .......            1,515  .......            1,515  .......            1,515  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS                 .......          316,587  .......          288,172  .......          325,587  .......           +9,000

  35 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                    .......           75,319  .......           70,319  .......           75,319  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY     .......        2,707,841  .......        2,596,781  .......        2,593,341  .......         -114,500
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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           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 TRIDENT II MODS           932,680         842,680         -90,000
         LE--Excessive  ..............  ..............         -90,000
          Growth
   5 AMRAAM                     81,507           4,507         -77,000
         Program        ..............  ..............         -77,000
          Reduction
  13 DRONES AND DECOYS  ..............          20,000         +20,000
         ITALD          ..............  ..............         +20,000
  16 STANDARD MISSILES          53,531          61,031          +7,500
      MODS
         Rocket Motor   ..............  ..............          +7,500
          Modernizatio
          n
  17 WEAPONS                     4,112          35,112         +31,000
      INDUSTRIAL
      FACILITIES
         Allegany       ..............  ..............         +31,000
          Ballistics
          Lab--Facilit
          y
          Restoration
          Plan
  21 MK-46 TORPEDO              76,591          61,591         -15,000
      MODS
         MK 54 Mod 0    ..............  ..............         -15,000
          Cost Growth
  27 SMALL ARMS AND             22,515          18,515          -4,000
      WEAPONS
         Unjustified    ..............  ..............          -4,000
          Growth
  30 GUN MOUNT MODS             84,142          97,142         +13,000
         Minor Caliber  ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Gun System
         Mk 45 Mod 4    ..............  ..............         +10,000
          5" Gun
          Upgrades
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    MK 54 Mod 0 Lightweight Torpedo.--The MK 54 Mod 0 
Lightweight Torpedo is a modular upgrade to the Navy's 
Lightweight torpedo inventory. The Committee understands that 
the Navy is working to reduce unit costs through Lean Six Sigma 
value analysis, asset exchange and other means. The Committee 
expects these cost reduction measures to yield savings of up to 
23 percent, and adjusts the budget request accordingly.

            Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $888,340,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     872,849,000
House allowance.........................................     885,170,000
Committee recommendation................................     832,791,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $832,791,000. 
This is $40,058,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
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      PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE CORPS

     PROC AMMO, NAVY

     NAVY AMMUNITION
   1 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                      .......          135,355  .......          135,355  .......          135,355  .......  ...............
   2 JDAM                                         3,400           82,589    3,400           82,589    3,400           82,589  .......  ...............
   3 AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                .......           35,159  .......           27,080  .......           27,080  .......           -8,079
   4 MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION                     .......           23,666  .......           23,666  .......           23,666  .......  ...............
   5 PRACTICE BOMBS                             .......           56,569  .......           56,569  .......           56,569  .......  ...............
   6 CARTRIDGES & CART ACTUATED DEVICES         .......           32,586  .......           32,586  .......           32,586  .......  ...............
   7 AIRCRAFT ESCAPE ROCKETS                    .......           10,860  .......           10,860  .......           10,860  .......  ...............
   8 AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES             .......           70,174  .......           70,174  .......           63,680  .......           -6,494
   9 JATOS                                      .......            4,566  .......            4,566  .......            4,566  .......  ...............
  10 5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION                   .......           25,923  .......           25,923  .......           25,923  .......  ...............
  13 INTERMEDIATE CALIBER GUN AMMUNITION        .......            1,252  .......            1,252  .......            1,252  .......  ...............
  14 OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION                  .......           40,144  .......           40,144  .......           31,144  .......           -9,000
  15 SMALL ARMS & LANDING PARTY AMMO            .......           35,639  .......           35,639  .......           35,639  .......  ...............
  16 PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION                 .......           13,910  .......           13,910  .......           13,910  .......  ...............
  18 AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5 MILLION            .......            3,157  .......            3,157  .......            3,157  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROC AMMO, NAVY               .......          571,549  .......          563,470  .......          547,976  .......          -23,573

     PROC AMMO, MC

     MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION
  19 5.56 MM, ALL TYPES                         .......           37,452  .......           37,452  .......           37,452  .......  ...............
  20 7.62 MM, ALL TYPES                         .......           13,731  .......           13,731  .......           13,731  .......  ...............
  21 LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES                  .......           38,761  .......           43,461  .......           38,761  .......  ...............
  22 .50 CALIBER                                .......           34,882  .......           34,882  .......           34,882  .......  ...............
  23 40 MM, ALL TYPES                           .......           58,148  .......           60,148  .......           58,148  .......  ...............
  24 60MM, ALL TYPES                            .......           16,224  .......           16,224  .......           16,224  .......  ...............
  25 81MM, ALL TYPES                            .......           17,211  .......           17,211  .......           17,211  .......  ...............
  26 120MM, ALL TYPES                           .......            7,231  .......            9,931  .......            7,231  .......  ...............
  27 CTG 25MM, ALL TYPES                        .......            2,118  .......            2,118  .......            2,118  .......  ...............
  29 GRENADES, ALL TYPES                        .......            5,315  .......            5,315  .......            5,315  .......  ...............
  30 ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                         .......  ...............  .......            9,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  31 ARTILLERY, ALL TYPES                       .......           31,810  .......           31,810  .......           31,810  .......  ...............
  32 EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTING VEHICLE             .......            5,738  .......            5,738  .......            5,738  .......  ...............
  33 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES            .......            2,353  .......            2,353  .......            2,353  .......  ...............
  34 FUZE, ALL TYPES                            .......            3,648  .......            3,648  .......            3,648  .......  ...............
  35 NON LETHALS                                .......            1,127  .......            1,127  .......            1,127  .......  ...............
  36 AMMO MODERNIZATION                         .......            7,350  .......            9,350  .......            7,350  .......  ...............
  37 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                 .......           18,201  .......           18,201  .......            1,716  .......          -16,485
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROC AMMO, MC                 .......          301,300  .......          321,700  .......          284,815  .......          -16,485
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY &   .......          872,849  .......          885,170  .......          832,791  .......          -40,058
            MARINE CORPS
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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           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3AIRBORNE ROCKETS,           35,159          27,080          -8,079
     ALL TYPES
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          -8,079
         Precision
         Kill Weapon
         System
   8AIR EXPENDABLE              70,174          63,680          -6,494
     COUNTERMEASURES
        MJU 50          ..............  ..............          -2,924
         Pyrophoric
         Decoy Device
        Fiber Optic     ..............  ..............          -3,570
         Towed Decoy/
         Integrated
         Defensive
         Electronic
         Countermeasur
         e
  14OTHER SHIP GUN              40,144          31,144          -9,000
     AMMUNITION
        20MM PHALANX    ..............  ..............          -9,000
         Enhanced
         Lethality
         Cartridge
  37ITEMS LESS THAN $5          18,201           1,716         -16,485
     MILLION
         Asbly, Pyro    ..............  ..............         -16,485
         MK 34--
         Transfer to
         Title IX
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $10,427,443,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   8,721,165,000
House allowance.........................................   9,613,358,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,677,887,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,677,887,000. This is $43,278,000 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]
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                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
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          SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY

     OTHER WARSHIPS
   1 CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (AP-CY)        .......          564,913  .......          564,913  .......          651,613  .......          +86,700
   2 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE                         1        1,637,698        1        1,637,698        1        1,637,698  .......  ...............
   3 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE (AP-CY)           .......          763,786  .......          763,786  .......          763,786  .......  ...............
   4 SSGN CONVERSION                            .......          286,516  .......          286,516  .......          286,516  .......  ...............
   6 CVN REFUELING OVERHAUL                           1        1,493,563        1        1,300,000        1        1,493,563  .......  ...............
   7 CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY)            .......           20,000  .......           20,000  .......           20,000  .......  ...............
   9 SSN ERO (AP-CY)                            .......           39,524  .......           39,524  .......  ...............  .......          -39,524
  10 SSBN ER0                                         1          230,193        1          230,193        1          230,193  .......  ...............
  11 SSBN REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY)           .......           62,248  .......           62,248  .......           62,248  .......  ...............
  13 DD(X) (ADV PROCUREMENT)                    .......          715,992  .......  ...............  .......          765,992  .......          +50,000
  14 DDG-51                                     .......          225,427        1        1,550,000  .......           29,773  .......         -195,654
  15 DDG-51 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM               .......  ...............  .......           50,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
     LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP                       .......  ...............        2          440,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS                .......        6,039,860  .......        6,944,878  .......        5,941,382  .......          -98,478

     AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS
  16 LHD-1 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP              .......          197,769  .......          197,769  .......          197,769  .......  ...............
  17 LPD-17                                           1        1,344,741        1        1,344,741        1        1,344,741  .......  ...............
  19 LHA-R (AP-CY)                              .......          150,447  .......          200,447  .......          150,447  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS              .......        1,692,957  .......        1,742,957  .......        1,692,957  .......  ...............

     AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR
      PROGRAM COSTS
     AUXILIARIES, CRAFT AND PRIOR YEAR PROGRAM
      COST
  21 OUTFITTING                                 .......          426,987  .......          385,000  .......          369,387  .......          -57,600
  22 SERVICE CRAFT                              .......           56,255  .......           46,000  .......           46,055  .......          -10,200
  23 LCAC SLEP                                        6          110,583        6          100,000        6          110,583  .......  ...............
  25 COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS     .......          394,523  .......          394,523  .......          517,523  .......         +123,000
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND       .......          988,348  .......          925,523  .......        1,043,548  .......          +55,200
            PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION,    .......        8,721,165  .......        9,613,358  .......        8,677,887  .......          -43,278
            NAVY
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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           2006 budget      recommen-        budget
                             estimate         dation         estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 CARRIER                   564,913         651,613         +86,700
      REPLACEMENT
      PROGRAM
         CVN-21         ..............  ..............         +86,700
          Schedule
          Maintenance
   9 SSN ERO AP FISCAL          34,568  ..............         -34,568
      YEAR 2006 FOR
      FISCAL YEAR 2007
         Program        ..............  ..............         -34,568
          Delays
   9 SSN ERO AP FISCAL           4,956  ..............          -4,956
      YEAR 2006 FOR
      FISCAL YEAR 2008
         Program        ..............  ..............          -4,956
          Delays
  13 DD(X) AP FISCAL            50,000         100,000         +50,000
      YEAR 2006 FOR
      FISCAL YEAR 2008
  14 DDG-51                    225,427          29,773        -195,654
         Premature      ..............  ..............        -195,654
          Request/
          Contract
          Structure
  21 OUTFITTING                426,987         369,387         -57,600
         Program        ..............  ..............         -57,600
          Reduction
  22 SERVICE CRAFT              56,255          46,055         -10,200
         Tug Boat       ..............  ..............          +9,800
          Craft
         Program        ..............  ..............         -20,000
          Delays/Slow
          Obligations
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Shipbuilding Financial Flexibility.--The Committee remains 
gravely concerned about the overall health and stability of 
Navy shipbuilding. Fleet inventory and capability requirements 
remain unstable as do program performance and costs.
    Of primary concern are soaring cost overruns. The Committee 
finds unanticipated cost overruns to be the root cause of much 
of the instability in the program. Until budget estimates 
become more realistic, requirements stabilize and penalties for 
exorbitant cost overruns are exercised, ship construction costs 
are unlikely to improve. The Committee is aware that the new 
Chief of Naval Operations [CNO] is actively reviewing 
shipbuilding programs and is considering several options for 
controlling long-term costs. In an effort to assist the Navy in 
the short-term, the Committee recommends providing the Navy 
financial management authorities that have previously been 
denied.
    For fiscal year 2006, the Committee recommends providing 
the Navy additional reprogramming authority. This authority 
allows the Navy, through above threshold reprogramming 
procedures, to increase funding for programs experiencing 
unforeseen shortfalls. The Committee understands that in fiscal 
year 2005 after exhausting the $100,000,000 of the transfer 
authority the Congress provided, the Navy sought to use dollars 
specifically appropriated for outfitting and post delivery to 
address funding shortfalls. The Committee is concerned about 
this change in Navy policy as it will only further obscure 
actual program costs. The new reprogramming authority is 
provided only with the understanding that this change will not 
be implemented in the future.
    The additional reprogramming authority essentially provides 
the Navy a reactive mechanism or approach to cost management. 
The Committee believes the situation requires more proactive 
program, budgetary and contract management and encourages the 
Department of Defense to consider whether using advance 
appropriations in future budgets will improve the shipbuilding 
program.
    SSN ERO Program.--The Committee remains concerned about the 
instability in the Navy's SSN Submarine Refueling Overhaul 
program. The Navy continues to request advance procurement 
funding for submarine refuelings that never appear in the 
budget. In fact, the Committee understands that due to 
budgetary constraints the refuelings planned for fiscal year 
2007 and 2008 are no longer planned. The Committee is sensitive 
to budgetary constraints, but does not agree with 
decommissioning ships that could be refueled, upgraded and 
returned to operations for approximately $250,000,000. Due to 
the continued instability in the program, the Committee 
recommends denying the budget request for advance procurement 
for SSN refuelings.
    DDG-51 Class Destroyers.--The DDG-51 Class represents one 
of the Nation's most successful shipbuilding programs. Since 
program inception in 1985, the Nation has purchased 62 DDG-51s. 
Fiscal year 2005 represented the final year of procurement for 
the Class as the Navy moves toward the future capability DD(X). 
The fiscal year 2006 President's budget requests $225,427,000 
for DDG-51 for what the Navy describes as ``program completion 
requirements and shutdown costs.'' These funds are requested 
for a mix of Class and ship specific plan, basic construction, 
ordnance, certification, and inspection costs. Such costs are 
traditionally included in the budget request for each ship. 
However, when signing the multiyear contract for the 
construction of the final DDGs of the Class, the Department 
decided to change its policy and budget for these costs after 
the last ship was appropriated. The Committee finds this 
decision troubling. First, budgeting for such costs after 
procurement of the last vessel obscures the actual cost to 
procure each ship and overstates savings attributable to the 
multiyear contract authority under which these ships were 
purchased. The Congress approved the Navy's request for 
multiyear procurement authority in fiscal year 2002 assuming a 
level of savings to the taxpayer that are now not being 
realized. Most disconcerting about this change in policy and 
resultant budget request is the Navy's assertion that if these 
costs are not funded, the Navy will not be able to meet its 
contractual obligations and the Chief of Naval Operations will 
not be able to accept delivery of these ships. The Committee is 
alarmed that the Navy would knowingly sign a multibillion 
dollar contract for ships that would be both non-operational 
and undeliverable unless additional dollars, outside the 
contract, were provided. The Committee directs the Secretary of 
the Navy to provide a detailed report of all the costs required 
to complete each of the remaining 11 ships and a rationale for 
such a contractual arrangement by December 1, 2005. Until 
sufficient explanation is provided, the Committee recommends 
only providing funds for plans and those costs directly 
attributable to ships scheduled to deliver in the near-term. As 
such the Committee recommends reducing the budget request by 
$195,654,000.
    Ship Insulation.--The Committee understands that the 
insulation material currently under consideration for use in 
future ships has not been fully evaluated for safety. The 
Committee believes that any new material should be at least as 
safe as those materials currently in use and recommends that 
insulating materials that do not meet the weight, smoke 
generation, toxicity and other safety criteria should not be 
used in ship construction.

                        Other Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $4,875,786,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   5,487,818,000
House allowance.........................................   5,461,196,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,293,157,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,293,157,000. This is $194,661,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY

     SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
     SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT
   1 LM-2500 GAS TURBINE                        .......            8,644  .......            6,894  .......            8,644  .......  ...............
   2 ALLISON 501K GAS TURBINE                   .......           22,208  .......           21,696  .......           25,608  .......           +3,400

     NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
   3 OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT                 .......           30,747  .......           26,409  .......           30,747  .......  ...............

     UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT
   4 UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT           .......              918  .......              918  .......              918  .......  ...............

     PERISCOPES
   5 SUB PERISCOPES & IMAGING EQUIP             .......           76,613  .......           62,642  .......           80,613  .......           +4,000

     OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT
   6 DDG MOD                                    .......            2,998  .......            2,998  .......            2,998  .......  ...............
   7 FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT                     .......           31,710  .......           35,710  .......           31,710  .......  ...............
   8 COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCHBOARD            .......            2,852  .......            2,852  .......            2,852  .......  ...............
   9 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                .......           32,889  .......           32,889  .......           32,889  .......  ...............
  10 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                .......           19,912  .......           20,912  .......           15,912  .......           -4,000
  11 VIRGINIA CLASS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT           .......          175,572  .......          128,072  .......          152,272  .......          -23,300
  12 SUBMARINE BATTERIES                        .......           26,575  .......           26,575  .......           26,575  .......  ...............
  13 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP           .......           70,429  .......           78,429  .......           11,024  .......          -59,405
  14 DSSP EQUIPMENT                             .......           12,718  .......           12,718  .......           12,718  .......  ...............
  15 CG-MODERNIZATION                           .......          135,253  .......          135,253  .......          127,215  .......           -8,038
  16 LCAC                                       .......           19,953  .......           19,953  .......           19,953  .......  ...............
  17 MINESWEEPING EQUIPMENT                     .......           12,372  .......           12,372  .......           12,372  .......  ...............
  18 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                 .......          134,019  .......          148,719  .......          152,519  .......          +18,500
  19 CHEMICAL WARFARE DETECTORS                 .......              897  .......              897  .......              897  .......  ...............
  20 SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM              .......           13,672  .......           13,672  .......           13,672  .......  ...............

     REACTOR PLANT EQUIPMENT
  21 REACTOR POWER UNITS                        .......          373,865  .......          373,865  .......          373,865  .......  ...............
  22 REACTOR COMPONENTS                         .......          222,596  .......          222,596  .......          222,596  .......  ...............

     OCEAN ENGINEERING
  23 DIVING AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT               .......            8,592  .......            8,592  .......            8,592  .......  ...............

     SMALL BOATS
  24 STANDARD BOATS                             .......           15,671  .......           18,671  .......           11,671  .......           -4,000

     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
  25 OTHER SHIPS TRAINING EQUIPMENT             .......            3,126  .......            3,126  .......            3,126  .......  ...............

     PRODUCTION FACILITIES EQUIPMENT
  26 OPERATING FORCES IPE                       .......           25,657  .......           25,657  .......           26,657  .......           +1,000

     OTHER SHIP SUPPORT
  27 NUCLEAR ALTERATIONS                        .......          135,252  .......          135,252  .......          135,252  .......  ...............
  28 LCS MODULES                                .......           36,811  .......           36,811  .......           44,411  .......           +7,600
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT       .......        1,652,521  .......        1,615,150  .......        1,588,278  .......          -64,243

     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

     SHIP RADARS
  30 RADAR SUPPORT                              .......  ...............  .......           17,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  32 SPQ-9B RADAR                               .......            5,913  .......           14,913  .......            5,913  .......  ...............

     SHIP SONARS
  33 AN/SQQ-89 SURF ASW COMBAT SYSTEM           .......           25,520  .......           33,520  .......           25,520  .......  ...............
  34 SSN ACOUSTICS                              .......          226,914  .......          235,614  .......          231,914  .......           +5,000
  35 UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT         .......           13,962  .......           15,962  .......           13,962  .......  ...............
  36 SONAR SWITCHES AND TRANSDUCERS             .......           12,263  .......           12,263  .......           12,263  .......  ...............

     ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  37 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYSTEM          .......           27,332  .......           30,332  .......           24,332  .......           -3,000
  38 SSTD                                       .......           22,898  .......           30,898  .......           22,898  .......  ...............
  39 FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                  .......           65,334  .......           65,334  .......           65,334  .......  ...............
  40 SURTASS                                    .......            3,848  .......            3,848  .......            3,848  .......  ...............
  41 ASW OPERATIONS CENTER                      .......            5,270  .......            5,270  .......            5,270  .......  ...............

     ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT
  42 AN/SLQ-32                                  .......           25,053  .......           25,053  .......           25,053  .......  ...............
  43 INFORMATION WARFARE SYSTEMS                .......            3,787  .......            3,787  .......            3,787  .......  ...............

     RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT
  44 SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT                       .......           62,721  .......           68,721  .......           54,721  .......           -8,000

     SUBMARINE SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT
  45 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT PROG           .......           92,806  .......           92,806  .......           97,306  .......           +4,500

     OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  46 NAVY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM                  .......  ...............  .......           10,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  47 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY          .......           16,474  .......           21,474  .......           16,474  .......  ...............
  48 GCCS-M EQUIPMENT                           .......           91,511  .......           91,511  .......           86,511  .......           -5,000
  49 NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM      .......           59,226  .......           62,226  .......           44,226  .......          -15,000
      (NTCSS)
  50 ATDLS                                      .......           14,102  .......           14,102  .......           14,102  .......  ...............
  51 MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT            .......           84,045  .......           84,045  .......           84,045  .......  ...............
  52 SHALLOW WATER MCM                          .......            2,277  .......            2,277  .......            2,277  .......  ...............
  53 NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS (SPACE)              .......           14,715  .......           14,715  .......           14,715  .......  ...............
  54 ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV                  .......            4,366  .......            4,366  .......            4,366  .......  ...............
  55 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP           .......            3,285  .......            3,285  .......            3,285  .......  ...............

     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
  56 OTHER TRAINING EQUIPMENT                   .......           62,027  .......           42,000  .......           40,027  .......          -22,000

     AVIATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  57 MATCALS                                    .......           19,584  .......           19,584  .......           19,584  .......  ...............
  58 SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL              .......            7,307  .......            7,307  .......            7,307  .......  ...............
  59 AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM           .......           17,388  .......           17,388  .......           17,388  .......  ...............
  60 NATIONAL AIR SPACE SYSTEM                  .......           18,446  .......           18,446  .......           18,446  .......  ...............
  61 AIR STATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT              .......            3,870  .......            3,870  .......            3,870  .......  ...............
  62 MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM                   .......            7,733  .......            7,733  .......            7,733  .......  ...............
  63 FACSFAC                                    .......            3,609  .......            3,609  .......            3,609  .......  ...............
  64 ID SYSTEMS                                 .......           24,915  .......           24,915  .......           24,915  .......  ...............
  65 TAC A/C MISSION PLANNING SYS(TAMPS)        .......            7,857  .......            7,857  .......            7,857  .......  ...............

     OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  66 DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONT          .......           27,901  .......           27,901  .......           27,901  .......  ...............
  68 COMMON IMAGERY GROUND SURFACE SYSTEMS      .......           20,422  .......           20,422  .......           20,422  .......  ...............
  69 RADIAC                                     .......            9,783  .......           13,783  .......            9,783  .......  ...............
  70 GPETE                                      .......            6,944  .......            9,944  .......            6,944  .......  ...............
  71 INTEG COMBAT SYSTEM TEST FACILITY          .......            4,381  .......            4,381  .......            4,381  .......  ...............
  72 EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION                .......            5,995  .......            7,995  .......            5,995  .......  ...............
  73 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                 .......           19,721  .......           19,721  .......           19,721  .......  ...............

     SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS
  74 SHIPBOARD TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS          .......            2,597  .......            2,597  .......            2,597  .......  ...............
  75 PORTABLE RADIOS                            .......           10,058  .......           10,058  .......           10,058  .......  ...............
  76 SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION             .......          253,960  .......          202,000  .......          238,960  .......          -15,000
  77 COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER $5M             .......           15,248  .......           15,248  .......           15,248  .......  ...............

     SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS
  78 SUBMARINE BROADCAST SUPPORT                .......            2,162  .......            2,162  .......            2,162  .......  ...............
  79 SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT          .......          127,409  .......          128,909  .......          112,409  .......          -15,000

     SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  80 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS           .......           71,754  .......           78,954  .......           71,754  .......  ...............

     SHORE COMMUNICATIONS
  81 JCS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT               .......            2,950  .......            2,950  .......            2,950  .......  ...............
  82 ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS                   .......            1,274  .......            1,274  .......            1,274  .......  ...............
  84 JEDMICS                                    .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......            8,000  .......           +8,000
  85 NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS                 .......           59,208  .......           59,208  .......           59,208  .......  ...............

     CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
  86 INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM (ISSP)       .......           96,201  .......           99,201  .......           96,201  .......  ...............

     CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT
  87 CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP           .......           22,281  .......           22,281  .......           22,281  .......  ...............

     OTHER ELECTRONIC SUPPORT
  88 COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT                      .......           31,377  .......           15,000  .......           31,377  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND            .......        1,847,984  .......        1,860,020  .......        1,782,484  .......          -65,500
            ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

     AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     SONOBUOYS
  90 SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES                       .......           58,422  .......           58,422  .......           58,422  .......  ...............

     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  91 WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT            .......           46,622  .......           52,322  .......           56,622  .......          +10,000
  92 EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELDS                    .......            7,860  .......            7,860  .......            7,860  .......  ...............
  93 AIRCRAFT REARMING EQUIPMENT                .......           11,984  .......           11,984  .......           11,984  .......  ...............
  94 AIRCRAFT LAUNCH & RECOVERY EQUIPMENT       .......           27,042  .......           24,000  .......           27,042  .......  ...............
  95 METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT                   .......           25,129  .......           22,818  .......           25,129  .......  ...............
  96 OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT               .......            1,434  .......            1,434  .......            1,434  .......  ...............
  97 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT                      .......           26,946  .......           26,946  .......           27,846  .......             +900
  98 AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES              .......           38,036  .......           38,036  .......           38,036  .......  ...............
  99 LAMPS MK III SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT           .......           18,152  .......           20,152  .......           18,152  .......  ...............
 100 OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT           .......            6,458  .......           12,458  .......            6,458  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT    .......          268,085  .......          276,432  .......          278,985  .......          +10,900

     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     SHIP GUN SYSTEM EQUIPMENT
 101 NAVAL FIRES CONTROL SYSTEM                 .......            6,057  .......            4,347  .......            6,057  .......  ...............
 102 GUN FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT                 .......           11,077  .......           11,077  .......           11,077  .......  ...............

     SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT
 103 NATO SEASPARROW                            .......           38,442  .......           38,442  .......           38,442  .......  ...............
 104 RAM GMLS                                   .......           17,488  .......           22,488  .......           29,488  .......          +12,000
 105 SHIP SELF DEFENSE SYSTEM                   .......           33,428  .......           33,428  .......           29,403  .......           -4,025
 106 AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                    .......           98,881  .......          105,781  .......           98,881  .......  ...............
 108 TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                 .......           75,075  .......           75,075  .......           75,075  .......  ...............
 110 VERTICAL LAUNCH SYSTEMS                    .......            8,645  .......            8,645  .......            8,645  .......  ...............

     FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 111 STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIP            .......          108,106  .......          108,106  .......          108,106  .......  ...............

     ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 112 SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS                 .......          138,180  .......          135,199  .......          138,180  .......  ...............
 113 SUBMARINE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT            .......            4,836  .......            4,836  .......            4,836  .......  ...............
 114 SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT              .......            4,603  .......            4,603  .......            7,103  .......           +2,500
 115 ASW RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                .......            7,232  .......            7,232  .......            7,232  .......  ...............

     OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 116 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP          .......           28,403  .......           28,403  .......           31,303  .......           +2,900
 117 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                 .......            3,978  .......            3,978  .......            3,978  .......  ...............

     OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE
 118 ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM             .......           40,436  .......           40,436  .......           46,436  .......           +6,000
 119 SURFACE TRAINING DEVICE MODS               .......           10,618  .......           10,618  .......           10,618  .......  ...............
 120 SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS             .......           31,760  .......           31,760  .......           37,760  .......           +6,000
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT    .......          667,245  .......          674,454  .......          692,620  .......          +25,375

     CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 121 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                .......            1,796  .......            1,796  .......            1,796  .......  ...............
 122 GENERAL PURPOSE TRUCKS                     .......            2,049  .......            2,049  .......            2,049  .......  ...............
 123 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE EQUIP           .......           31,033  .......           44,033  .......           35,533  .......           +4,500
 124 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT                    .......           14,320  .......           15,820  .......           14,320  .......  ...............
 125 TACTICAL VEHICLES                          .......           44,383  .......           44,383  .......           44,383  .......  ...............
 126 AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT                       .......          149,702  .......          149,702  .......          149,702  .......  ...............
 127 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                .......           11,736  .......           11,736  .......           11,736  .......  ...............
 128 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION                     .......           26,459  .......           30,459  .......           26,459  .......  ...............
 129 PHYSICAL SECURITY VEHICLES                 .......            1,200  .......            1,200  .......            1,200  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT     .......          282,678  .......          301,178  .......          287,178  .......           +4,500
            EQUIPMENT

     SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 130 MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT               .......           12,946  .......           13,946  .......           17,946  .......           +5,000
 131 OTHER SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT             .......           15,872  .......           17,872  .......           18,372  .......           +2,500
 132 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION           .......            5,785  .......            5,785  .......            5,785  .......  ...............
 133 SPECIAL PURPOSE SUPPLY SYSTEMS             .......           73,383  .......           73,383  .......           73,383  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT      .......          107,986  .......          110,986  .......          115,486  .......           +7,500

     PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     TRAINING DEVICES
 134 TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                 .......           15,984  .......           19,984  .......           10,984  .......           -5,000

     COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 135 COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                  .......           60,768  .......           62,268  .......           60,673  .......              -95
 136 EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                .......              426  .......              426  .......              426  .......  ...............
 137 MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                  .......            8,772  .......            8,772  .......            9,772  .......           +1,000
 139 OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT EQUIPMENT         .......            7,925  .......           10,925  .......           10,925  .......           +3,000
 140 MOBILE SENSOR PLATFORM                     .......           31,773  .......           31,773  .......           31,773  .......  ...............
 141 ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT            .......           17,755  .......           17,755  .......           17,755  .......  ...............
 142 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                .......          238,276  .......          191,476  .......          127,528  .......         -110,748
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND COMMAND         .......          381,679  .......          343,379  .......          269,836  .......         -111,843
            SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

 146 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                    .......          268,741  .......          268,741  .......          261,741  .......           -7,000
 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                        .......           10,899  .......           10,856  .......           16,549  .......           +5,650
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY       .......        5,487,818  .......        5,461,196  .......        5,293,157  .......         -194,661
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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           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 ALLISON 501K GAS           22,208          25,608          +3,400
      TURBINE
         Optical Flash  ..............  ..............          +3,400
          Detection
          System
   3 OTHER NAVIGATION           30,747          30,747  ..............
      EQUIPMENT
         AMPHIB         ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Integrated
          Bridge
          System
         Scalable       ..............  ..............          -3,000
          ECDIS-N
          Deceleration
   5 SUB PERISCOPES &           76,613          80,613          +4,000
      IMAGING EQUIP
         Photonic Mast  ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Spares for
          SSGN Class
          Submarines
  10 SUBMARINE SUPPORT          19,912          15,912          -4,000
      EQUIPMENT
         Warm Water     ..............  ..............          -4,000
          Operations
          Excessive
          Cost Growth
  11 VIRGINIA CLASS            175,572         152,272         -23,300
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Funding Ahead  ..............  ..............         -23,300
          of Need
  13 STRATEGIC                  70,429          11,024         -59,405
      PLATFORM SUPPORT
      EQUIP
         Change in      ..............  ..............         -59,405
          Acquisition
          Strategy
  15 CG MODERNIZATION          135,253         127,215          -8,038
         Baseline III   ..............  ..............          -8,038
          Upgrade
  18 ITEMS LESS THAN           134,019         152,519         +18,500
      $5 MILLION
         Advanced       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Control
          Monitoring
          System
         Aircraft       ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Carrier
          Elevator
          Modification
         Canned Lube    ..............  ..............          +3,500
          Pump for LSD-
          41/49 Class
         CVN Propeller  ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Replacement
          Program
         Fuel and       ..............  ..............          +1,000
          Engine
          Maintenance
          Savings
          System
          (FEMSS) LSD
          41/49 Class
          Ships
         Machinery      ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Control and
          Surveillance
          System for
          Gas Turbine
          Ships
  24 STANDARD BOATS             15,671          11,671          -4,000
         Unjustified    ..............  ..............          -4,000
          Growth
  26 OPERATING FORCES           25,657          26,657          +1,000
      IPE
  26     IPDE           ..............  ..............          +1,000
          Enhancement
          and DOD PDM
          Interoperabi
          lity Program
  28 LCS MODULES                36,811          44,411          +7,600
         MT30 Marine    ..............  ..............          +7,600
          Gas Turbine
          Spare Engine
  34 SSN ACOUSTICS             226,914         231,914          +5,000
         Submarine      ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Acoustic
          Modernizatio
          n ARCI
  37 SUBMARINE                  27,332          24,332          -3,000
      ACOUSTIC WARFARE
      SYSTEM
         Unjustified    ..............  ..............          -3,000
          Growth
  44 SHIPBOARD IW               62,721          54,721          -8,000
      EXPLOIT
         SSEE           ..............  ..............          -8,000
          Increment E--
          Buying 2
          Ahead of
          Need
  45 SUBMARINE SUPPORT          92,806          97,306          +4,500
      EQUIPMENT PROG
         BLQ-10 Radar   ..............  ..............          +4,500
          Narrow Band
          ESM
          Technology
          Refresh
  48 GCCS-M EQUIPMENT           91,511          86,511          -5,000
         GCCS-M Afloat  ..............  ..............          -5,000
          Cost Growth
  49 NAVAL TACTICAL             59,226          44,226         -15,000
      COMMAND SUPPORT
      SYSTEM (NTCSS)
         Execution      ..............  ..............         -15,000
  56 OTHER TRAINING             62,027          40,027         -22,000
      EQUIPMENT
         TSTC           ..............  ..............         -22,000
          Unjustified
          Growth
  76 SHIP                      253,960         238,960         -15,000
      COMMUNICATIONS
      AUTOMATION
         Tactical       ..............  ..............         -15,000
          Switching
          Growth
  79 SUBMARINE                 127,409         112,409         -15,000
      COMMUNICATION
      EQUIPMENT
         HDR Buying     ..............  ..............         -15,000
          Ahead of
          Need
  84 JEDMICS            ..............           8,000          +8,000
         PACOM Agile    ..............  ..............          +8,000
          Coalition
          Environment
  91 WEAPONS RANGE              46,622          56,622         +10,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         PMRF           ..............  ..............         +10,000
          Equipment
  97 AVIATION LIFE              26,946          27,846            +900
      SUPPORT
         CSEL--Transfe  ..............  ..............          -9,100
          r to Title
          IX
         Multi Climate  ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Protection
          System
         US Navy M-176  ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Microphone
          and Mask
 104 RAM GMLS                   17,488          29,488         +12,000
         Phalanx        ..............  ..............         +12,000
          SeaRAM
 105 SHIP SELF DEFENSE          33,428          29,403          -4,025
      SYSTEM
         SSDS COTS      ..............  ..............          -4,025
          Replacement
          Unjustified
          Growth
 114 SURFACE ASW                 4,603           7,103          +2,500
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Mk 32 Surface  ..............  ..............          +2,500
          Vessel
          Torpedo Tube
          (SVTT)
          Remanufactur
          e
 116 EXPLOSIVE                  28,403          31,303          +2,900
      ORDNANCE
      DISPOSAL EQUIP
         SCOUT High     ..............  ..............          +2,900
          Pressure Air
          System
 118 ANTI-SHIP MISSILE          40,436          46,436          +6,000
      DECOY SYSTEM
         MK 53 NULKA    ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Decoy System
 120 SUBMARINE                  31,760          37,760          +6,000
      TRAINING DEVICE
      MODS
         INTERLOCKS     ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Development
          Tool
         Performance-   ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Centric
          Mission
          Essential
          Content
          Delivery
 123 CONSTRUCTION AND           31,033          35,533          +4,500
      MAINTENANCE
      EQUIP
         Earthmoving    ..............  ..............          +4,500
          Equipment
          for U.S.
          Navy
          Construction
            Units
 130 MATERIALS                  12,946          17,946          +5,000
      HANDLING
      EQUIPMENT
         Seabee         ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Loaders with
          Six-ton MHE
          Capability
 131 OTHER SUPPLY               15,872          18,372          +2,500
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         DWMS/RFID for  ..............  ..............          +2,500
          Improved
          Operational
          Logistics,
          War-Fighter
          Support, and
          Asset
          Tracking and
          Visibility
 134 TRAINING SUPPORT           15,984          10,984          -5,000
      EQUIPMENT
         Unjustified    ..............  ..............          -5,000
          Growth
 135 COMMAND SUPPORT            60,768          60,673             -95
      EQUIPMENT
         Man Overboard  ..............  ..............          +9,100
          Identificati
          on System
         Navy Oracle    ..............  ..............          -9,195
          ESL
 137 MEDICAL SUPPORT             8,772           9,772          +1,000
      EQUIPMENT
         Navy Medical   ..............  ..............          +1,000
          Automated
          Information
          Technology
          Inser-  tion
 139 OPERATING FORCES            7,925          10,925          +3,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Protective     ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Covers to
          Prevent
          Corrosion on
          Surface
          Combatants
 142 PHYSICAL SECURITY         238,276         127,528        -110,748
      EQUIPMENT
         SPS Cost       ..............  ..............          -8,800
          Growth
         SPS--Transfer  ..............  ..............         -40,000
          to Title IX
         WRAS--Transfe  ..............  ..............         -66,948
          r to Title
          IX
         Navy Region    ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Northwest
          Remote
          Sentry
         SEAFOX Remote  ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Controlled
          Surface
          Vehicle
 146 SPARES AND REPAIR         268,741         261,741          -7,000
      PARTS
         Buying Ahead   ..............  ..............          -7,000
          of Need
 999 CLASSIFIED                 10,899          16,549          +5,650
      PROGRAMS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Warm Water Operations.--The Committee recognizes the Navy's 
requirement for SSN/SSBN chill water plant capacity during warm 
water operations. However, the Committee is concerned with the 
program's excessive cost growth and encourages the Navy to 
revisit its proposed solution in favor of a more cost-effective 
approach.
    SSBN SHIPALT.--The Navy initiated its SHIPALT Program of 
Record in fiscal year 2004. However, during the Committee's 
fiscal year 2006 budget review, the Navy cancelled its Program 
of Record and embarked on an alternate course of action, 
rendering obsolete the need for ``Other Procurement, Navy'' 
funding in fiscal year 2006. The Committee directs the 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and 
Acquisition to submit prior to the obligation of any funds 
provided in this Act, to the congressional defense committees 
in writing the justification for a revised SSBN SHIPALT 
strategy, to include a comprehensive acquisition strategy, a 
detailed breakdown of items to be procured by fiscal year and 
associated costs, an installation plan, and total program 
costs, including maintenance and sustainment costs. 
Additionally, the Committee seeks clarification of the role of 
other agencies in the revised program. The Committee will 
revisit its support of the new program subsequent to the 
receipt of such report.
    Cruiser Modernization.--Congress appropriated no funds in 
fiscal year 2005 for the Cruiser Modernization program, in part 
due to the Navy's insistence on modernizing its newest assets 
prior to modernizing the legacy Baseline II vessels. The 
Committee is pleased that the Navy has restructured the Cruiser 
Modernization program and will upgrade the Baseline II vessels 
first. However, the Committee is concerned that the Navy has 
included in its fiscal year 2006 budget request funds to 
upgrade a Baseline III vessel before completing upgrades to all 
Baseline II vessels. As expressed in Senate Report 108-284 
accompanying S. 2559, the Department of Defense Appropriations 
Act, 2005 and in Senate Report 108-87 accompanying S. 1382, the 
Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2004, the Committee 
believes that the Navy should upgrade its legacy fleet before 
upgrading the more modern vessels. Therefore, the Committee 
denies the funds requested for the Baseline III upgrade.
    The Committee remains interested in the Navy's progress in 
modernizing its cruisers, and directs the Program Manager to 
report regularly to the Committee on the execution of the 
program in fiscal year 2006.
    Pacific Missile Range Facility [PMRF] Equipment.--The 
Committee directs that $5,000,000 of the funding included for 
the Pacific Missile Range Facility support the modernization of 
the Barking Sands Underwater Range [BSURE] only if the 
Department of Defense includes additional funding for the BSURE 
upgrades in its fiscal year 2007 budget request.

                       Procurement, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $1,432,203,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,377,705,000
House allowance.........................................   1,426,405,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,361,605,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,361,605,000. This is $16,100,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS

     WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES

     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   1 AAV7A1 PIP                                 .......           26,134  .......           26,134  .......           22,134  .......           -4,000
   2 EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTING VEHICLE             .......           30,359  .......           30,359  .......           30,359  .......  ...............
   3 LAV PIP                                    .......           59,699  .......           59,699  .......           59,699  .......  ...............
   6 MODIFICATION KITS (ARMOR AND FIRE          .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......            1,000  .......           +1,000
      SUPPORT)
   7 M1A1 FIREPOWER ENHANCEMENTS                .......           33,454  .......           33,454  .......           33,454  .......  ...............

     ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS
   8 EXPEDITIONARY FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM          .......            5,965  .......            5,965  .......            5,965  .......  ...............
   9 155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER                77          178,364       77          178,364       77          178,364  .......  ...............
  12 HIGH MOBILITY ARTILLERY ROCKET SYSTEM           15          176,795       15          146,795       15          176,795  .......  ...............
  13 WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES UNDER $5       .......            7,743  .......           10,743  .......            7,743  .......  ...............
      MILLION

     WEAPONS
  14 MODULAR WEAPON SYSTEM                      .......           23,604  .......           23,604  .......           13,604  .......          -10,000

     OTHER SUPPORT
  15 MODIFICATION KITS                          .......           10,638  .......           10,638  .......           10,638  .......  ...............
  16 WEAPONS ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM                .......            5,357  .......            5,357  .......            5,357  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES   .......          558,112  .......          531,112  .......          545,112  .......          -13,000

     GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT

     GUIDED MISSILES
  18 EADS MOD                                   .......            1,997  .......            1,997  .......            1,997  .......  ...............
  22 COMPLEMENTARY LOW ALTITUDE WEAPON SYSTEM   .......              442  .......              442  .......              442  .......  ...............

     OTHER SUPPORT
  24 MODIFICATION KITS                          .......  ...............  .......            2,500  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, GUIDED MISSILES AND           .......            2,439  .......            4,939  .......            2,439  .......  ...............
            EQUIPMENT

     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

     COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
  25 UNIT OPERATIONS CENTER                     .......              952  .......              952  .......            5,752  .......           +4,800

     REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT
  26 REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT                  .......           25,749  .......           25,749  .......           25,749  .......  ...............
  27 AUTO TEST SYSTEM                           .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           20,000  .......          +20,000

     OTHER SUPPORT (TEL)
  30 COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                      .......           23,757  .......           23,757  .......           27,257  .......           +3,500
  31 MODIFICATION KITS                          .......           23,611  .......           23,611  .......           23,611  .......  ...............
  33 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION (COMM & ELEC)       .......            2,043  .......            2,043  .......            2,043  .......  ...............
  34 AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS                  .......           13,058  .......           13,058  .......           13,058  .......  ...............
  37 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEMS               .......           14,837  .......            7,837  .......           14,837  .......  ...............

     RADAR + EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  38 RADAR SYSTEMS                              .......           12,167  .......           12,167  .......           12,167  .......  ...............

     INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  41 TACTICAL REMOTE SENSOR SYSTEM              .......  ...............  .......            3,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  42 FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM                        .......           33,460  .......           33,460  .......           13,460  .......          -20,000
  44 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT             .......           65,973  .......           67,973  .......           50,873  .......          -15,100
  48 NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT                     .......           20,795  .......           31,795  .......           20,795  .......  ...............

     OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL)
  49 COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES                  .......           48,589  .......           48,589  .......           48,589  .......  ...............
  50 COMMAND POST SYSTEMS                       .......           17,255  .......           22,255  .......           17,255  .......  ...............
  51 RADIO SYSTEMS                              .......           28,972  .......           28,972  .......           28,972  .......  ...............
  52 COMM SWITCHING & CONTROL SYSTEMS           .......           54,324  .......           54,324  .......           54,324  .......  ...............
  53 COMM & ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT         .......           17,805  .......           20,005  .......           20,005  .......           +2,200
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND            .......          403,347  .......          419,547  .......          398,747  .......           -4,600
            ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

     SUPPORT VEHICLES

     ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES
  55 COMMERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES              .......              775  .......              775  .......              775  .......  ...............
  56 COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES                  .......           11,776  .......           11,776  .......           11,776  .......  ...............

     TACTICAL VEHICLES
  57 5/4T TRUCK HMMWV (MYP)                     .......           97,988  .......           97,988  .......           97,988  .......  ...............
  60 LIGHTWEIGHT PRIME MOVER                    .......            3,445  .......            3,445  .......            3,445  .......  ...............
  61 LOGISTICS VEHICLE SYSTEM REP               .......           28,366  .......           29,366  .......           28,366  .......  ...............
  62 FAMILY OF TACTICAL TRAILERS                .......            6,906  .......            6,906  .......            6,906  .......  ...............

     OTHER SUPPORT
  63 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                 .......            3,748  .......            3,748  .......            3,748  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT VEHICLES              .......          153,004  .......          154,004  .......          153,004  .......  ...............

     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT

     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
  64 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL EQUIP ASSORT         .......            3,450  .......            3,450  .......            3,450  .......  ...............
  66 BULK LIQUID EQUIPMENT                      .......           21,887  .......           21,887  .......           21,887  .......  ...............
  67 TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS                      .......            5,338  .......            8,338  .......            5,338  .......  ...............
  69 POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED                   .......           12,153  .......           14,153  .......           13,653  .......           +1,500
  70 AMPHIBIOUS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT               .......           16,105  .......           16,105  .......           16,105  .......  ...............
  71 EOD SYSTEMS                                .......           71,185  .......           71,185  .......           71,185  .......  ...............

     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
  73 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                .......            5,064  .......            5,064  .......            5,064  .......  ...............
  74 GARRISON MOBILE ENGR EQUIP                 .......           10,914  .......           10,914  .......           10,914  .......  ...............
  75 MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP                    .......           21,132  .......           21,132  .......           21,132  .......  ...............
  76 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION           .......            3,421  .......            3,421  .......            3,421  .......  ...............

     GENERAL PROPERTY
  78 FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                    .......            2,459  .......            4,459  .......            2,459  .......  ...............
  80 TRAINING DEVICES                           .......           17,722  .......           65,722  .......           17,722  .......  ...............
  81 CONTAINER FAMILY                           .......            3,721  .......            3,721  .......            3,721  .......  ...............
  82 FAMILY OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT           .......           19,745  .......           20,745  .......           19,745  .......  ...............
  83 FAMILY OF INTERNALLY TRANSPORTABLE VEH     .......            3,786  .......            3,786  .......            3,786  .......  ...............
      (ITV)
  85 RAPID DEPLOYABLE KITCHEN                   .......            5,405  .......            5,405  .......            5,405  .......  ...............

     OTHER SUPPORT
  87 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                 .......           10,412  .......           10,412  .......           10,412  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT  .......          233,899  .......          289,899  .......          235,399  .......           +1,500

  89 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                    .......           26,904  .......           26,904  .......           26,904  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS     .......        1,377,705  .......        1,426,405  .......        1,361,605  .......          -16,100
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1AAV7A1 PIP                  26,134          22,134          -4,000
        Pricing         ..............  ..............          -4,000
         Inconsistenci
         es
   6MODIFICATION KITS   ..............           1,000          +1,000
     (ARMOR AND FIRE
     SUPPORT)
        MK 19           ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Modification
         Kits
  14MODULAR WEAPON              23,604          13,604         -10,000
     SYSTEM
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Title IX
  25UNIT OPERATIONS                952           5,752          +4,800
     CENTER
        USMC            ..............  ..............          +4,800
         Hitchhiker
         Baseline COC
  27AUTO TEST SYSTEMS   ..............          20,000         +20,000
        Digitization    ..............  ..............         +20,000
         of DOD
         Manuals
  30COMBAT SUPPORT              23,757          27,257          +3,500
     SYSTEM
        Floodlight Set  ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Upgrade/
         Replacement
  42FIRE SUPPORT                33,460          13,460         -20,000
     SYSTEM
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -20,000
         Title IX
  44INTELLIGENCE                65,973          50,873         -15,100
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
        SURSS Mod       ..............  ..............          -5,100
         Kits--Buying
         Ahead of Need
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Title IX
  53COMM & ELEC                 17,805          20,005          +2,200
     INFRASTRUCTURE
     SUPPORT
        USMC            ..............  ..............          +2,200
         Continuity of
         Operations
         Program
  69POWER EQUIPMENT             12,153          13,653          +1,500
     ASSORTED
        2KW Military    ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Tactical
         Generators
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $13,648,304,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  11,973,933,000
House allowance.........................................  12,424,298,000
Committee recommendation................................  12,729,492,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$12,729,492,000. This is $755,559,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

     COMBAT AIRCRAFT

     TACTICAL FORCES
   1 TACTICAL FORCES (AP-CY)                    .......          152,377  .......  ...............  .......          152,377  .......  ...............
   2 F-22 RAPTOR                                     24        3,186,622       24        3,186,622       24        3,186,622  .......  ...............
   3 F-22 RAPTOR (AP-CY)                        .......          576,877  .......          576,877  .......          576,877  .......  ...............
   5 F-15E                                      .......  ...............  .......  ...............        1           65,000       +1          +65,000
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT               .......        3,915,876  .......        3,763,499  .......        3,980,876  .......          +65,000

     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT

     TACTICAL AIRLIFT
   6 C-17A (MYP)                                     15        2,790,859       15        2,790,859       15        2,790,859  .......  ...............
   7 C-17A (MYP) (AP-CY)                        .......          445,423  .......          445,423  .......          445,423  .......  ...............
   8 C-17 ICS                                   .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           28,000  .......          +28,000

     OTHER AIRLIFT
  10 C-130J                                     .......           98,983        9          743,983        9          516,600       +9         +417,617
  11 C-130J ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)            .......  ...............  .......           90,000  .......           90,000  .......          +90,000
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT              .......        3,335,265  .......        4,070,265  .......        3,870,882  .......         +535,617

     TRAINER AIRCRAFT

     OPERATIONAL TRAINERS
  13 JPATS                                           54          333,307       54          333,307       54          333,307  .......  ...............

     OTHER AIRCRAFT

     HELICOPTERS
  14 V-22 OSPREY                                      2          233,793        2          222,243        2          233,793  .......  ...............
  15 V-22 OSPREY (AP-CY)                        .......           10,525  .......           10,525  .......           10,525  .......  ...............

     MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT
  16 CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C                       .......              571  .......            8,571  .......            6,571  .......           +6,000

     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  17 TARGET DRONES                              .......           82,907  .......           82,907  .......           82,907  .......  ...............
  18 HAEUAV                                           5          327,659        3          199,459        5          327,659  .......  ...............
  19 HAEUAV (AP-CY)                             .......           69,993  .......           59,993  .......           69,993  .......  ...............
  20 PREDATOR UAV                                     9          125,566       13          177,566        9          125,566  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                .......          851,014  .......          761,264  .......          857,014  .......           +6,000

     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT
     STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT
  21 B-2A                                       .......           59,134  .......           59,134  .......           59,134  .......  ...............
  22 B-1B                                       .......           27,875  .......           26,075  .......           45,375  .......          +17,500
  23 B-52                                       .......          145,025  .......          110,225  .......          153,025  .......           +8,000
  24 F-117                                      .......           17,221  .......           17,221  .......            7,621  .......           -9,600

     TACTICAL AIRCRAFT
  25 A-10                                       .......           52,159  .......           52,159  .......           52,159  .......  ...............
  26 F-15                                       .......          151,518  .......          225,718  .......          171,418  .......          +19,900
  27 F-16                                       .......          380,960  .......          402,460  .......          433,960  .......          +53,000
  28 F22 RAPTOR                                 .......           53,992  .......           53,992  .......           53,992  .......  ...............

     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
  30 C-5                                        .......           71,137  .......           76,537  .......           86,137  .......          +15,000
  31 C-5 (AP-CY)                                .......           20,000  .......           20,000  .......           35,000  .......          +15,000
  33 C-17A                                      .......          260,826  .......          176,826  .......          176,826  .......          -84,000
  34 C-21                                       .......            3,924  .......           10,424  .......            3,924  .......  ...............
  35 C-32A                                      .......              194  .......              194  .......              194  .......  ...............
  36 C-37A                                      .......              382  .......              382        1           45,382       +1          +45,000

     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  38 GLIDER MODS                                .......            3,174  .......            3,174  .......            3,174  .......  ...............
  39 T6 MODIFICATIONS                           .......            6,143  .......            6,143  .......            6,143  .......  ...............
  40 T-1                                        .......              181  .......              181  .......              181  .......  ...............
  41 T-38                                       .......          202,694  .......          182,694  .......          202,694  .......  ...............
  43 T-43                                       .......            2,014  .......            2,014  .......            2,014  .......  ...............

     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  44 KC-10A (ATCA)                              .......           21,937  .......           21,937  .......           21,937  .......  ...............
  45 C-12                                       .......            6,295  .......            6,295  .......            6,295  .......  ...............
  46 C-20 MODS                                  .......              488  .......              488  .......              488  .......  ...............
  47 VC-25A MOD                                 .......              978  .......              978  .......              978  .......  ...............
  48 C-40                                       .......              194  .......              194  .......              194  .......  ...............
  49 C-130                                      .......          185,651  .......          176,451  .......          176,851  .......           -8,800
  50 C130J MODS                                 .......            5,988  .......           17,988  .......            5,988  .......  ...............
  51 C-135                                      .......           88,748  .......           90,748  .......           93,748  .......           +5,000
  52 COMPASS CALL MODS                          .......           27,421  .......           27,421  .......           27,421  .......  ...............
  53 C-29A MODS                                 .......            3,816  .......            3,816  .......            3,816  .......  ...............
  54 DARP                                       .......           85,470  .......           85,470  .......           85,470  .......  ...............
  55 E-3                                        .......           49,292  .......           49,292  .......           50,292  .......           +1,000
  56 E-4                                        .......           85,342  .......           85,342  .......           85,342  .......  ...............
  57 E-8                                        .......           15,506  .......           29,006  .......           15,506  .......  ...............
  58 H-1                                        .......           32,418  .......           32,418  .......           36,418  .......           +4,000
  59 H-60                                       .......           50,497  .......           50,497  .......           52,497  .......           +2,000
  60 OTHER AIRCRAFT                             .......           70,953  .......           46,953  .......          156,953  .......          +86,000
  61 PREDATOR MODS                              .......           30,286  .......           30,286  .......           30,286  .......  ...............
  62 CV-22 MODS                                 .......              102  .......            3,652  .......              102  .......  ...............
  63 CLASSIFIED PROJECTS                        .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......            4,000  .......           +4,000
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE     .......        2,219,935  .......        2,184,785  .......        2,392,935  .......         +173,000
            AIRCRAFT

     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  64 INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                      .......          204,038  .......          203,038  .......          204,038  .......  ...............

     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES

     COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  65 COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                   .......          124,420  .......          124,420  .......          124,420  .......  ...............

     POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT
  66 B-1                                        .......           13,466  .......           13,466  .......           13,466  .......  ...............
  67 B-2A                                       .......            7,304  .......            7,304  .......            7,304  .......  ...............
  68 B-2A                                       .......           22,111  .......           22,111  .......           22,111  .......  ...............
  69 B-52                                       .......           21,162  .......           21,162  .......           21,162  .......  ...............
  70 C-130                                      .......           20,502  .......           20,502  .......           20,502  .......  ...............
  71 F-15 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT               .......           13,170  .......           13,170  .......           13,170  .......  ...............
  72 F-16 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT               .......           17,833  .......           17,833  .......           17,833  .......  ...............
  73 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                    .......           22,360  .......           22,360  .......           22,360  .......  ...............

     WAR CONSUMABLES
  74 WAR CONSUMABLES                            .......           24,058  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......          -24,058

     OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES
  75 REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                 .......          644,155  .......          661,855  .......          644,155  .......  ...............
  76 DEPOT MODERNIZATION                        .......          115,525  .......          115,525  .......          115,525  .......  ...............

     DARP
  79 DARP                                       .......           68,432  .......           68,432  .......           68,432  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT    .......        1,114,498  .......        1,108,140  .......        1,090,440  .......          -24,058
            AND FACILITIES
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR     .......       11,973,933  .......       12,424,298  .......       12,729,492  .......         +755,559
            FORCE
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   5F-15E               ..............          65,000         +65,000
        Additional      ..............  ..............         +65,000
         Aircraft
   8C-17 ICS            ..............          28,000         +28,000
        PACAF C-17      ..............  ..............         +28,000
         Maintenance
         Training
         System
  10C-130J                      98,983         516,600        +417,617
        Restore 7       ..............  ..............        +417,617
         Aircraft
  11C-130J--AP          ..............          90,000         +90,000
        Program         ..............  ..............         +90,000
         Restoration
  16CIVIL AIR PATROL A/            571           6,571          +6,000
     C
        Civil Air       ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Patrol
  22B-1B                        27,875          45,375         +17,500
        B-1B Pneumatic  ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Assisted
         Release (PAR)
         Bomb Rack
         Upgrade
        B-1 Aircraft    ..............  ..............         +14,000
         Digital
         Communication
         s Improvement
  23B-52                       145,025         153,025          +8,000
        B-52 Attrition  ..............  ..............         +27,900
         Reserve
        Premature       ..............  ..............         -19,900
         CONECT
         Request
  24F-117                       17,221           7,621          -9,600
        Dual Radio      ..............  ..............          -5,700
         Production
        SATCOM Antenna  ..............  ..............          -3,900
         Production
  26F-15                       151,518         171,418         +19,900
        F-15 Active     ..............  ..............         +19,900
         Electronicall
         y Scanned
         Array Radar
  27F-16                       380,960         433,960         +53,000
        ANG Block 42 F- ..............  ..............         +30,000
         16 Engine
         Upgrade
        F-16 Advanced   ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Identificatio
         n Friend or
         Foe (AIFF)
         Interrogator
        ANG F-16 Block  ..............  ..............         +15,000
         30
         Distributed
         Mission
         Operations
         Center (DMOC)/
         Simulator
  30C-5                         71,137          86,137         +15,000
        C-5 Avionics    ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Modernization
         Program (AMP)
  31C-5                         20,000          35,000         +15,000
        C-5             ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Reliability
         Enhancement
         and Re-
         engining
         Program
         (RERP)
  33C-17A                      260,826         176,826         -84,000
        LAIRCM--Transf  ..............  ..............         -84,000
         er to Title
         IX
  36C-37A                          382          45,382         +45,000
        Additional      ..............  ..............         +45,000
         aircraft
  49C-130                      185,651         176,851          -8,800
        APN-241 Color   ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Weather Radar
         for AFRC C-
         130H2
        Scathe View     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Communication
         s Upgrade
         Program
        Senior Scout    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Intelligent
         Communication
         s
         Exploitation
         (ICE) Program
        USAF Requested  ..............  ..............          -8,500
         Transfer--AN/
         ALR-69A
        AMP             ..............  ..............         -25,300
  51C-135                       88,748          93,748          +5,000
        GATM for the    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         KC-135
        Emergency       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Vision
         Assurance
         System for
         ANG Tankers
  55E-3                         49,292          50,292          +1,000
        E-3 Rotary      ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Coupler
         Improvement
         Program
  58H-1                         32,418          36,418          +4,000
        UH-1N           ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Navigation
         Thermal
         Imaging
         Systems
  59H-60                        50,497          52,497          +2,000
        HH60G Weapon    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         System
         Trainer/
         Operation
         Flight
         Trainer
  60OTHER AIRCRAFT              70,953         156,953         +86,000
        JTRS Delays     ..............  ..............         -25,000
        Auxilliary      ..............  ..............         +36,000
         Fuel Tanks
        PRV--Transfer   ..............  ..............         +75,000
         from
         R,D,T,&E,Air
         Force
  63CLASSIFIED          ..............           4,000          +4,000
     PROJECTS
        Compass Call    ..............  ..............          +4,000
  74WAR CONSUMABLES             24,058  ..............         -24,058
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -24,058
         Title IX
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    C-17.--Air Force leadership has indicated a requirement for 
at least 42 additional aircraft beyond the 180 in the 
President's budget. The Committee reaffirms its commitment to 
the C-17 cargo aircraft and as such, recommends providing the 
Department multiyear contract authority to facilitate the most 
efficient fulfillment of C-17 requirements.
    C-17 Maintenance Training Systems [MTS].--The Committee 
includes $28,000,000 for C-17 MTS for Hickam and Elmendorf Air 
Force Bases. The Committee is aware that the Air Force has 
$10,000,000 remaining from fiscal year 2005 funding for C-17 
MTS and directs the Air Force to apply those funds in addition 
to the $28,000,000 to purchase two additional C-17 MTS in 
fiscal year 2006.
    C-130J.--See ``Procurement Overview'' section of this 
report.
    Predator B [MQ-9].--The Predator B is the Air Force's long-
loitering ``hunter-killer'' remotely operated aircraft. This 
aircraft has greater payload, an improved sensor suite, and 
increased speed and altitude capabilities over the Predator A 
aircraft that is currently being used in Operation Iraqi 
Freedom [OIF]. The Committee understands that Predator B 
aircraft are operational and in the Air Force inventory, but 
have not been deployed to OIF. The Air Force's explanation for 
what the Committee considers excessive deployment delays has 
been insufficient. Therefore, the Committee directs the 
Secretary of the Air Force in conjunction with the Joint Staff 
to provide the Committee a detailed written report on the 
deployment status of the MQ-9 in Iraq and the weaponization 
plan for the aircraft by December 15, 2005.
    C-37.--To alleviate the increasing demand for Operational 
Support Aircraft [OSA] within the Department and to ensure that 
Combatant Commanders have the requisite assets to execute their 
assigned missions, the Committee recommends $45,000,000 for an 
additional C-37. The Committee directs that the Department of 
Defense maintain the current allocation of OSA assets to 
support Combatant Commanders and that the Committee be notified 
at least 30 days prior to any alteration of such assignments.
    C-29.--The Committee notes that the Department has not 
provided funding to replace the aging C-29 aircraft currently 
used by the Air Force for the Combat Flight Inspection Mission. 
The C-29 aircraft cannot meet range and payload requirements 
currently faced in Iraq, Afghanistan, Central Asia, and 
Southeast Asia. The Committee understands that an agreement 
between the Air Force and the Federal Aviation Administration 
[FAA] called for the FAA to provide funding for four new 
Challenger 604 aircraft, the Air Force to provide funding for 
one and for a sixth to be procured jointly. The Committee also 
understands that the FAA has funded the acquisition of the 
first replacement 604 aircraft and that according to the terms 
of the agreement, the Air Force is responsible for the 
acquisition of the second aircraft. The Committee encourages 
the Department to fulfill its obligations regarding the 
Challenger 604 aircraft.

                     Missile Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $4,458,113,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   5,490,287,000
House allowance.........................................   5,062,949,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,068,974,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,068,974,000. This is $421,313,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

     BALLISTIC MISSILES
     MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT--BALLISTIC
   1 ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                    .......            2,027  .......            2,027  .......            2,027  .......  ...............
   2 LGM-30F/G MINUTEMAN II/III                 .......           41,635  .......           41,635  .......           38,635  .......           -3,000

     OTHER MISSILES

     TACTICAL
   3 JASSM                                          300          150,238  .......            2,000  .......          100,000     -300          -50,238
   4 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON                      .......              971  .......              971  .......              971  .......  ...............
   5 SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X)                            196           44,963      196           44,963      196           44,963  .......  ...............
   6 AMRAAM                                         166          120,668      166          120,668  .......            2,668     -166         -118,000
   7 PREDATOR HELLFIRE MISSILE                      378           38,135      378           38,135      208           21,135     +170          -17,000
   8 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB                            512           59,052      512           59,052      512           54,052  .......           -5,000

     INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
   9 INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                      .......            1,225  .......            1,225  .......            1,225  .......  ...............
  10 POLLUTION PREVENTION ACTIVITY              .......              895  .......              895  .......              895  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                .......          416,147  .......          267,909  .......          225,909  .......         -190,238

     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES

     CLASS IV
  11 ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                    .......            3,251  .......            3,251  .......            3,251  .......  ...............
  12 MM III MODIFICATIONS                       .......          672,633  .......          676,533  .......          679,133  .......           +6,500
  13 AGM-65D MAVERICK                           .......              233  .......              233  .......  ...............  .......             -233
  14 AGM-88C HARM                               .......               38  .......               38  .......  ...............  .......              -38
  15 AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE                  .......           24,764  .......           24,764  .......           24,764  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE     .......          700,919  .......          704,819  .......          707,148  .......           +6,229
            MISSILES

     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  16 MISSILE SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                .......           85,094  .......           85,094  .......           75,094  .......          -10,000

     OTHER SUPPORT

     SPACE PROGRAMS
  17 ADVANCED EHF                                     1          528,978        1          528,978        1          528,978  .......  ...............
  19 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES              .......           22,300  .......           22,300  .......           22,300  .......  ...............
  20 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES (AP-CY)      .......           50,217  .......           50,217  .......           50,217  .......  ...............
  21 SPACEBORNE EQUIP (COMSEC)                  .......            9,575  .......            9,575  .......            9,575  .......  ...............
  22 GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)                       3          276,086        3          276,086        3          276,086  .......  ...............
  23 GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE) (AP-CY)         .......           42,000  .......           42,000  .......           42,000  .......  ...............
  24 DEF METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG(S              .......           67,175  .......           67,175  .......           67,175  .......  ...............
  25 DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRAM(SPACE              .......           42,713  .......           42,713  .......           42,713  .......  ...............
  27 TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS(SPACE)                .......           66,180  .......           66,180  .......           66,180  .......  ...............
  28 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEH                    5          838,347        5          747,347        5          784,347  .......          -54,000
  29 MEDIUM LAUNCH VEHICLE(SPACE)               .......          111,166  .......          111,166  .......          111,166  .......  ...............

     SPECIAL PROGRAMS
  30 DEFENSE SPACE RECONN PROGRAM               .......          320,606  .......          320,606  .......          320,606  .......  ...............
  34 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS                    .......           26,250  .......           26,250  .......           26,250  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT                 .......        2,401,593  .......        2,310,593  .......        2,347,593  .......          -54,000

 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                        .......        1,842,872  .......        1,650,872  .......        1,672,568  .......         -170,304
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR      .......        5,490,287  .......        5,062,949  .......        5,068,974  .......         -421,313
            FORCE
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 MISSILE                    41,635          38,635          -3,000
      REPLACEMENT EQ--
      BALLIST
         E35E           ..............  ..............          -3,000
          Unjustified
          Growth
   3 JASSM                     150,238         100,000         -50,238
         Sustain        ..............  ..............         -50,238
          Minimum
          Production
          Capability
   6 AMRAAM                    120,668           2,668        -118,000
         Program        ..............  ..............        -118,000
          Reduction
   7 PREDATOR HELLFIRE          38,135          21,135         -17,000
      MISSILE
         Additional     ..............  ..............         -17,000
          missiles--Tr
          ansfer to
          Title IX
   8 SMALL DIAMETER             59,052          54,052          -5,000
      BOMB
         Unit Cost      ..............  ..............          -5,000
          Efficiencies
  12 MM III                    672,633         679,133          +6,500
      MODIFICATIONS
         Propulsion     ..............  ..............          +8,500
          Replacement
          Program
          (PRP)
         Propulsion     ..............  ..............          +3,000
          System
          Rocket
          Engine Life
          Extension
          Pro-  gram
         Buying Ahead   ..............  ..............          -5,000
          of Need
  13 AGM-65D MAVERICK              233  ..............            -233
         Unjustified    ..............  ..............            -233
          Request
  14 AGM-88C HARM                   38  ..............             -38
         Unjustified    ..............  ..............             -38
          Request
  16 MISSILE SPARES +           85,094          75,094         -10,000
      REPAIR PARTS
         Excessive      ..............  ..............         -10,000
          Growth
  28 EVOLVED                   838,347         784,347         -54,000
      EXPENDABLE
      LAUNCH VEH
         Launch Delay   ..............  ..............         -54,000
 999 CLASSIFIED              1,842,872       1,672,568        -170,304
      PROGRAMS
         Classified     ..............  ..............        -170,304
          Reduction
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Joint Air-to-Surface-Standoff Missile [JASSM].--The Joint 
Air-to-Surface-Standoff Missile is designed to engage hard and 
soft targets at long range. After the JASSM failed repeatedly 
in flight tests last year, the Air Force conducted significant 
reliability enhancement efforts to improve the missile's 
performance. However, despite these efforts, the missile has 
failed at least two flight tests since resumption of testing 
began in March 2005. Moreover, this year's flight tests have 
uncovered several new failure modes in the missile, the root 
causes of which have not yet been identified. In addition to 
the persistent uncertainty surrounding the missile's 
reliability, these new failure modes are of grave concern to 
the Committee.
    The Committee opposes the procurement of new missiles when 
previously produced missiles display significant design and 
production quality problems. Additionally, the fact that the 
Air Force plans to procure a JASSM Extended Range missile--
which has high design commonality with the JASSM--as early as 
fiscal year 2007, elevates the criticality of solving these 
fundamental problems so as not to exacerbate them in future 
buys. Therefore, the Committee expressly denies the Air Force's 
request to procure any JASSMs or JASSM components for new 
missiles in fiscal year 2006 and accordingly reduces the 
procurement budget request by $50,000,000. Furthermore, the 
Committee directs the Air Force to revisit the missile quality 
and reliability problems in conjunction with the contractor and 
sub-contractors and provides sufficient resources solely for 
this purpose. The Committee furthermore directs the Air Force 
to present to the congressional defense committees in writing a 
revised JASSM strategy to include a flight test schedule that 
will increase missile reliability and performance. The 
Committee will revisit its support for the program subsequent 
to the receipt of such strategy.
    Evolved Expandable Launch Vehicle [EELV].--The Committee is 
concerned that the current ``Buy-3'' contract may restrict 
competition in the out years if a means is not available for 
companies to compete for launch services. Thus, the Committee 
directs that launch services contracts provide an annual 
opportunity for companies to present their qualifications and 
compete for launch services. The Committee supports contracting 
procedures that facilitate competition, assure access to space, 
and that lead to ``best value'' procurements. Concerning space 
launch infrastructure, the Committee understands the business 
case to maintain the EELV infrastructure and supports the 
``Buy-3'' contracting procedure to award launch capabilities 
contracts on a bi-annual basis.

                  Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $1,327,459,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,031,207,000
House allowance.........................................   1,031,907,000
Committee recommendation................................     996,111,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $996,111,000. 
This is $35,096,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE

     PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE
   2 ROCKETS                                    .......           36,302  .......           36,302  .......           36,302  .......  ...............
   3 CARTRIDGES                                 .......          160,530  .......          140,530  .......          150,530  .......          -10,000

     BOMBS
   4 PRACTICE BOMBS                             .......           14,278  .......           14,278  .......           14,278  .......  ...............
   5 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                      .......          240,231  .......          245,231  .......          240,231  .......  ...............
   6 SENSOR FUZED WEAPON                            302          120,379      302          120,379      302          120,379  .......  ...............
   7 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                 8,000          223,285    8,000          223,285    8,000          223,285  .......  ...............
     SENSOR FUZED WEAPON--ER                    .......  ...............  .......           15,700  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   9 CAD/PAD                                    .......           21,212  .......           21,212  .......           21,212  .......  ...............
  10 EXPLOSIVE ORDINANCE DISPOSAL I1063         .......            2,958  .......            2,958  .......            2,958  .......  ...............
  11 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                    .......            4,354  .......            4,354  .......            4,354  .......  ...............
  14 MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5M                .......              892  .......              892  .......              892  .......  ...............
  15 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000                 .......            3,948  .......            3,948  .......            3,948  .......  ...............

     FUZES
  16 FLARES                                     .......          143,620  .......          143,620  .......          127,144  .......          -16,476
  17 FUZES                                      .......           53,176  .......           53,176  .......           44,556  .......           -8,620
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR      .......        1,025,165  .......        1,025,865  .......          990,069  .......          -35,096
            FORCE

     WEAPONS
  18 SMALL ARMS                                 .......            6,042  .......            6,042  .......            6,042  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION,    .......        1,031,207  .......        1,031,907  .......          996,111  .......          -35,096
            AIR FORCE
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3CARTRIDGES                 160,530         150,530         -10,000
        30 MM TP PGU-   ..............  ..............         -10,000
         15/B, B116
         unit cost
         savings
  16FLARES                     143,620         127,144         -16,476
        MJU 10/B IR CM  ..............  ..............         -16,476
         FLARE L461
  17FUZES                       53,176          44,556          -8,620
        FMU 139         ..............  ..............          -8,620
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Other Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $13,071,297,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  14,002,689,000
House allowance.........................................  13,737,214,000
Committee recommendation................................  14,048,439,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$14,048,439,000. This is $45,750,000 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]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

     VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT

     PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES
   1 ARMORED VEHICLE                            .......              503  .......              503  .......              503  .......  ...............
   2 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLE                 .......           14,399  .......           14,399  .......           14,399  .......  ...............

     CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES
   8 FAMILY MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE             .......           13,058  .......           13,058  .......           13,058  .......  ...............
   9 HIGH MOBILITY VEHICLE (MYP)                .......            3,257  .......            3,257  .......            3,257  .......  ...............
  11 CAP VEHICLES                               .......              821  .......              821  .......              821  .......  ...............

     SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES
  15 HMMWV, ARMORED                             .......            2,190  .......            2,190  .......            2,190  .......  ...............
  17 HMWWV, UP-ARMORED                          .......           11,058  .......           11,058  .......           11,058  .......  ...............

     FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
  22 TRUCK CRASH P-19                           .......           21,414  .......           21,414  .......           21,414  .......  ...............

     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
  26 HALVERSEN LOADER                           .......           16,311  .......           23,311  .......           16,311  .......  ...............

     BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
  31 RUNWAY SNOW REMOVAL & CLEANING             .......           22,026  .......           22,026  .......           22,026  .......  ...............
  34 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                        .......           10,546  .......           10,546  .......           10,546  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT           .......          115,583  .......          122,583  .......          115,583  .......  ...............

     ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP

     COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT(COMSEC)
  36 COMSEC EQUIPMENT                           .......           58,176  .......           58,176  .......           58,176  .......  ...............
  37 MODIFICATIONS (COMSEC)                     .......            2,399  .......            2,399  .......            2,399  .......  ...............

     INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS
  38 INTELLIGENCE TRAINING EQUIPMENT            .......            4,744  .......            4,744  .......            4,744  .......  ...............
  39 INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP                    .......            1,523  .......            1,523  .......            1,523  .......  ...............

     ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS
  40 AIR TRAFFIC CTRL/LAND SYS (AT              .......           16,795  .......           19,795  .......           16,795  .......  ...............
  41 NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM                   .......           51,919  .......           58,919  .......           51,919  .......  ...............
  42 THEATER AIR CONTROL SYS IMPRO              .......           76,752  .......           51,852  .......           76,752  .......  ...............
  43 WEATHER OBSERVE/FORECAST                   .......           35,723  .......           35,723  .......           35,723  .......  ...............
  44 STRATEGIC COMMAND AND CONTROL              .......           44,690  .......           44,690  .......           44,690  .......  ...............
  45 CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX                  .......           23,009  .......           23,009  .......           23,009  .......  ...............
  47 DRUG INTERDICTION PROGRAM                  .......              416  .......              416  .......              416  .......  ...............

     SPECIAL COMM--ELECTRONICS PROJECTS
  48 GENERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY             .......          110,997  .......          114,997  .......          125,997  .......          +15,000
  49 AF GLOBAL COMMAND & CONTROL S              .......           11,891  .......           11,891  .......           11,891  .......  ...............
  50 MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL               .......            9,488  .......            9,488  .......            9,488  .......  ...............
  51 AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY S              .......           35,910  .......           36,910  .......           35,910  .......  ...............
  52 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                     .......           36,096  .......           45,096  .......           50,696  .......          +14,600
  53 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COM            .......           20,545  .......  ...............  .......           20,545  .......  ...............
  54 C3 COUNTERMEASURES                         .......            4,517  .......            4,517  .......            4,517  .......  ...............
  55 GCSS-AF FOS                                .......           12,738  .......           12,738  .......           12,738  .......  ...............
  56 THEATER BATTLE MGT C2 SYS                  .......           41,709  .......           44,709  .......           41,709  .......  ...............
  57 AIR OPERATIONS CENTER (AOC)                .......           21,816  .......           21,816  .......           21,816  .......  ...............

     AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS
  58 BASE INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE            .......          374,926  .......          378,426  .......          324,926  .......          -50,000
  59 USCENTCOM                                  .......           31,059  .......           31,059  .......           31,059  .......  ...............

     DISA PROGRAMS
  61 SPACE BASED IR SENSOR PROG SP              .......            3,689  .......            3,689  .......            3,689  .......  ...............
  62 NAVSTAR GPS SPACE                          .......            9,096  .......            9,096  .......            9,096  .......  ...............
  63 NUDET DETECTION SYS (NDS) SPA              .......            9,396  .......            9,396  .......            9,396  .......  ...............
  64 AF SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK               .......           51,778  .......           51,778  .......           51,778  .......  ...............
  65 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE               .......          114,189  .......          114,189  .......          106,189  .......           -8,000
  66 MILSATCOM SPACE                            .......           28,720  .......           28,720  .......           28,720  .......  ...............
  67 SPACE MODS SPACE                           .......           25,063  .......           25,063  .......           25,063  .......  ...............

     ORGANIZATION AND BASE
  68 TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT                     .......          131,120  .......          131,120  .......          127,570  .......           -3,550
  69 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATE              .......           24,726  .......           24,726  .......            7,226  .......          -17,500
  70 RADIO EQUIPMENT                            .......            7,458  .......            7,458  .......            7,458  .......  ...............
  71 TV EQUIPMENT (AFRTV)                       .......            5,871  .......            5,871  .......            5,871  .......  ...............
  72 CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT                 .......            3,193  .......            3,193  .......            3,193  .......  ...............
  73 BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE                   .......          107,007  .......          110,507  .......          121,207  .......          +14,200
  74 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                        .......            3,662  .......            3,662  .......            3,662  .......  ...............

     MODIFICATIONS
  75 COMM ELECT MODS                            .......           24,714  .......           24,714  .......           24,714  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND               .......        1,577,520  .......        1,566,075  .......        1,542,270  .......          -35,250
            TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP

     OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP
     PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP
  79 NIGHT VISION GOGGLES                       .......           11,965  .......           11,965  .......           11,965  .......  ...............
  80 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                        .......  ...............  .......            3,800  .......            3,000  .......           +3,000

     DEPOT PLANT + MATERIALS HANDLING EQ
  81 MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDLING               .......           14,617  .......           17,617  .......           17,617  .......           +3,000

     BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  85 BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT                    .......           23,188  .......           32,288  .......           23,188  .......  ...............
  86 MEDICAL/DENTAL EQUIPMENT                   .......           14,695  .......           16,695  .......           14,695  .......  ...............
  88 AIR BASE OPERABILITY                       .......            5,463  .......            5,463  .......            5,463  .......  ...............
  90 PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCING CAPITA              .......            5,324  .......            5,324  .......            5,324  .......  ...............
  91 MOBILITY EQUIPMENT                         .......           23,370  .......           23,370  .......           23,370  .......  ...............
  92 AIR CONDITIONERS                           .......  ...............  .......            1,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  93 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                        .......           28,693  .......           28,693  .......           28,693  .......  ...............

     SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS
  96 DARP RC135                                 .......           21,507  .......           21,507  .......           21,507  .......  ...............
  97 DARP, MRIGS                                .......          147,952  .......          147,952  .......          155,952  .......           +8,000
  99 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM                     .......          270,788  .......          270,788  .......          270,788  .......  ...............
 100 DEFENSE SPACE RECONNAISSANCE               .......           14,631  .......           14,631  .......           14,631  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND    .......          582,193  .......          601,093  .......          596,193  .......          +14,000
            SUPPORT EQUIP

     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS
 103 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                    .......           30,340  .......           30,340  .......           30,340  .......  ...............

 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                        .......       11,697,053  .......       11,417,123  .......       11,764,053  .......          +67,000
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE  .......       14,002,689  .......       13,737,214  .......       14,048,439  .......          +45,750
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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           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  48GENERAL                    110,997         125,997         +15,000
     INFORMATION
     TECHNOLOGY
        Joint           ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Interface
         Control
         Officer
         Support
         System
        Palmtop         ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Emergency
         Action for
         Chemical
         (PEAC)
        Science and     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Engineering
         Lab
         Integration
         (SELDI)
        11th AF Link    ..............  ..............         +13,000
         16 Radars
  52COMBAT TRAINING             36,096          50,696         +14,600
     RANGES
        Delay for       ..............  ..............          -8,000
         Joint Threat
         Emitters for
         Joint
         National
         Training
         Capability
        UMTE            ..............  ..............          +9,000
         Modernization
        Cope Thunder    ..............  ..............          +1,600
         Link 16
         Terminal
        Red Integrated  ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Air Defense
  58BASE INFO                  374,926         324,926         -50,000
     INFRASTRUCTURE
        Network         ..............  ..............         -50,000
         Operations/
         Information
         Assurance
  65SPACELIFT RANGE            114,189         106,189          -8,000
     SYSTEM SPACE
        Reduction for   ..............  ..............          -8,000
         Support Costs
  68TACTICAL C-E               131,120         127,570          -3,550
     EQUIPMENT
        LITES Contract  ..............  ..............          -3,550
         Termination
  69COMBAT SURVIVOR             24,726           7,226         -17,500
     EVADER LOCATER
        CSEL Transfer   ..............  ..............         -17,500
         to R&D Air
         Force for
         development
         of TAC/TAG
  73BASE COMM                  107,007         121,207         +14,200
     INFRASTRUCTURE
        Secure          ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Wireless LAN
         Infrastructur
         e for Point
         of
         Maintenance
         126th Air
         Refueling
         Wing (IL ANG)
        Air National    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Guard Network
         Operations
         and Security
         Cen-  ter
        GIG-BE ALCOM    ..............  ..............         +11,200
         Expansion
  80ITEMS LESS THAN     ..............           3,000          +3,000
     $5.0M (SAFETY +
     RESCUE)
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Mission
         Extender
         Device (AMXD)
         Kits
  81MECHANIZED                  14,617          17,617          +3,000
     MATERIAL HANDLING
     EQUIPMENT
        Point of        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Maintenance/
         Combat
         Ammunition
         System (POMX/
         CAS)
  97DARP, MRIGS                147,952         155,952          +8,000
        161st           ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Intelligence
         Squadron
         Equipment
 999CLASSIFIED              11,697,053      11,764,053         +67,000
     PROGRAMS
        Classified      ..............  ..............         +67,000
         Adjustment
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Combat Survivor Evader Locator [CSEL].--The Committee is 
concerned about repeated delays and the seemingly disjointed 
plan for the procurement of survival radios. The Committee 
directs the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, 
Technology and Logistics, in coordination with the Air Force as 
the lead program office, to report back to the congressional 
defense committees no later than December 30, 2005 on the 
Department's current and planned research and development 
effort and the future procurement strategy of survival radios.

                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $2,956,047,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   2,677,832,000
House allowance.........................................   2,728,130,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,572,250,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,572,250,000. This is $105,582,000 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]
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                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
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             PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD
   1 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD                       .......           98,045  .......          105,045  .......          103,045  .......           +5,000

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NSA
   3 INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM        .......            7,790  .......            7,790  .......            7,790  .......  ...............
   7 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS                       .......           26,307  .......           26,307  .......           26,307  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA
   9 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY               .......           27,072  .......           27,072  .......           27,072  .......  ...............
  10 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM                     .......            8,912  .......            8,912  .......            8,912  .......  ...............
  11 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS             .......            5,498  .......            5,498  .......            5,498  .......  ...............
  12 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM               .......            2,686  .......            2,686  .......            2,686  .......  ...............
  13 TELEPORT PROGRAM                           .......           98,320  .......           98,320  .......           98,320  .......  ...............
  15 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                        .......           33,491  .......           33,491  .......           33,491  .......  ...............
  16 DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS NETWORK        .......           25,568  .......           25,568  .......           25,568  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA
  19 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                            .......            8,328  .......            8,328  .......            8,328  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCAA
  20 MAJOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS LESS THAN $5M        .......            1,497  .......            1,497  .......            1,497  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS
  21 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS                       .......           42,473  .......           42,473  .......           42,473  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DHRA
  22 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                   .......            7,496  .......            7,496  .......            7,496  .......  ...............

     DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY
  24 VEHICLES                                   .......              200  .......              200  .......              200  .......  ...............
  25 OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT                      .......           16,319  .......           16,319  .......           16,319  .......  ...............
  26 OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT                      .......              780  .......              780  .......              780  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS
  27 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS                      .......            6,521  .......            6,521  .......            6,521  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODDE
  28 AUTOMATION/EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT &           .......            1,500  .......            1,500  .......            1,500  .......  ...............
      LOGISTICS

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCMA
  29 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                            .......           12,068  .......           12,068  .......           12,068  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DTSA
  30 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                            .......              407  .......              407  .......              407  .......  ...............
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MAJOR EQUIPMENT               .......          431,278  .......          438,278  .......          436,278  .......           +5,000

     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

     AVIATION PROGRAMS
  33 SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES                   .......          129,748  .......          136,748  .......          132,448  .......           +2,700
  34 SOF TRAINING SYSTEMS                       .......           13,897  .......           13,897  .......           13,897  .......  ...............
  35 MH-130H AIR REFUELING SYSTEM               .......           18,268  .......           18,268  .......           18,268  .......  ...............
  36 MH-47 SLEP                                 .......           83,737  .......           83,737  .......           83,737  .......  ...............
  37 MH-60 SLEP                                 .......           29,629  .......           29,629  .......           29,629  .......  ...............
  38 MC-130H COMBAT TALON II                    .......           66,288  .......           66,288  .......           66,288  .......  ...............
  39 CV-22 SOF MODIFICATION                           2          117,923        2          117,923        2          117,923  .......  ...............
  41 C-130 MODIFICATIONS                        .......           67,270  .......           67,270  .......           51,970  .......          -15,300
  42 AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                           .......            1,045  .......            1,045  .......            1,045  .......  ...............
  43 ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS (AP-CY)         .......           71,694  .......           71,694  .......           71,694  .......  ...............

     SHIPBUILDING
  44 ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS                 .......           12,350  .......           12,350  .......           12,350  .......  ...............
  45 MK VIII MOD 1--SEAL DELIVERY VEH           .......            2,151  .......            2,151  .......            2,151  .......  ...............

     AMMUNITION PROGRAMS
  46 SOF ORDNANCE REPLENISHMENT                 .......           38,126  .......           28,026  .......           36,126  .......           -2,000
  47 SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION                   .......           11,158  .......           11,158  .......            6,758  .......           -4,400

     OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS
  48 COMM EQUIPMENT & ELECTRONICS               .......           69,898  .......           65,296  .......           69,898  .......  ...............
  49 SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS                   .......           27,642  .......           30,642  .......           32,142  .......           +4,500
  50 SOF SMALL ARMS & WEAPONS                   .......          119,372  .......          124,872  .......           84,372  .......          -35,000
  52 MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODS                    .......            2,275  .......            2,275  .......            2,275  .......  ...............
  53 SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES     .......           16,511  .......           16,511  .......           16,511  .......  ...............
  54 SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS                .......           17,732  .......           17,732  .......           19,232  .......           +1,500
  55 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                    .......            5,114  .......            2,114  .......            5,114  .......  ...............
  57 TACTICAL VEHICLES                          .......            4,541  .......            4,541  .......            4,541  .......  ...............
  60 SOF MARITIME EQUIPMENT                     .......            1,088  .......            1,088  .......            1,088  .......  ...............
  62 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                    .......           22,271  .......           23,771  .......           22,271  .......  ...............
  64 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS               .......          233,824  .......          234,824  .......          199,824  .......          -34,000
  65 PSYOP EQUIPMENT                            .......           46,649  .......           46,649  .......           36,649  .......          -10,000
     EMERGENT CRITICAL COMBAT MISSION NEEDS     .......  ...............  .......           43,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND    .......        1,230,201  .......        1,273,499  .......        1,138,201  .......          -92,000

     CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE

     CBDP
  66 INSTALLATION FORCE PROTECTION              .......          198,045  .......          198,045  .......          208,245  .......          +10,200
  67 INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION                      .......           97,183  .......           97,183  .......           97,183  .......  ...............
  68 DECONTAMINATION                            .......            2,950  .......            2,950  .......            2,950  .......  ...............
  69 JOINT BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM           .......           62,341  .......           62,341  .......           62,341  .......  ...............
  70 COLLECTIVE PROTECTION                      .......           31,841  .......           31,841  .......           31,841  .......  ...............
  71 CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE                    .......          258,299  .......          258,299  .......          269,177  .......          +10,878
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE   .......          650,659  .......          650,659  .......          671,737  .......          +21,078

 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                        .......          365,694  .......          365,694  .......          326,034  .......          -39,660
                                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE     .......        2,677,832  .......        2,728,130  .......        2,572,250  .......         -105,582
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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             2006 budget   recommen-      budget
                                    estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD            98,045      103,045       +5,000
         Army High Performance  ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Computing Research
          Center
  33 ROTARY WING UPGRADES AND       129,748      132,448       +2,700
      SUSTAINMENT
         AN/ARS-6 V12           ...........  ...........       +2,700
          Personnel Locator
          System
  41 C-130 MODIFICATIONS             67,270       51,970      -15,300
         AMP Delays             ...........  ...........       -2,300
         30 MM Rephasing        ...........  ...........      -13,000
  43 ASDS ADVANCE PROCUREMENT        71,694       71,694      [71,694]
  46 SOF ORDNANCE                    38,126       36,126       -2,000
      REPLENISHMENT
         M153 Time Delayed      ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Firing Device/
          Sympathetic
          Detonator
         Transfer to Title IX   ...........  ...........      -10,000
  47 SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION        11,158        6,758       -4,400
         ALGL Ammunition        ...........  ...........       -4,400
  49 SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS        27,642       32,142       +4,500
         Miniature Multi-band   ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Beacons (MMB)
  50 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS         119,372       84,372      -35,000
         Transfer to Title IX   ...........  ...........      -35,000
  54 SOF COMBATANT CRAFT             17,732       19,232       +1,500
      SYSTEMS
         Rigid Hull Inflatable  ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Boat Procurement
  64 SOF OPERATIONAL                233,824      199,824      -34,000
      ENHANCEMENTS
         Helmet Mount Track     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          System
         Classified Adjustment  ...........  ...........      -39,000
  65 PSYOP EQUIPMENT                 46,649       36,649      -10,000
         Slow Execution         ...........  ...........      -10,000
  66 INSTALLATION FORCE             198,045      208,245      +10,200
      PROTECTION
         Military Mail          ...........  ...........      +10,200
          Screening Equipment
  71 CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE        258,299      269,177      +10,878
         M22 Automatic          ...........  ...........      +16,000
          Chemical Agent Alarm
          (ACADA)
         JCAD Program Delays    ...........  ...........       -5,122
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS            365,694      326,034      -39,660
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Advanced SEAL Delivery System [ASDS].--The Committee 
recommends support for the President's budget request of 
$84,044,000 in procurement funds for the ASDS. In accordance 
with recommendations in S. 1042, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006, the Committee directs 
that none of the funds provided for advance procurement of a 
second ASDS may be obligated or expended until 15 days after a 
successful Milestone C decision and a revised Cost Analysis and 
Improvement Group cost estimate are provided to the Committee.
    Military Mail.--The Committee recommends the authorized 
increase of $10,200,000 to the chemical-biological defense 
program to begin the procurement and fielding of agent 
detection and sampling equipment to screen military mail.

                  National Guard and Reserve Equipment

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $350,000,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................................
House allowance.........................................................
Committee recommendation................................     422,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $422,000,000. 
This is $422,000,000 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 table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
         NATIONAL GUARD & RESERVE EQUIPMENT

     NATIONAL GUARD & RESERVE EQUIPMENT         .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......          422,000  .......         +422,000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   committee recommended adjustments


                              army reserve

    Miscellaneous Equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$30,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Army Reserve 
units.

                              navy reserve

    Miscellaneous Equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$30,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Navy Reserve 
units.

                          marine corps reserve

    Miscellaneous Equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$30,000,000 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 
$30,000,000 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 
$152,000,000 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 
$150,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Air National 
Guard units.

                       ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

    The Committee directs 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: Radio Test Sets, F-15 Enhanced GPS/INS--Air National 
Guard, Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks [HEMTT], M777A1 
Lw 155 mm Howitzers, Heli-Basket Module Technology, Helicopter 
Maintenance Work Platform Systems, High Mobility Multi-Purpose 
Wheeled Vehicles [HMMWVs], Autonomous Air Combat Evaluation 
System [ACE], Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems, M4K 
Forklifts, Advanced Targeting Pods for A-10s, CMHS Medical 
Readiness Systems, IMD-HUMS for UH-60s, MW24C Loaders, Night 
Vision Devices, MK6 Assisted Take-Off replacement, Service Life 
Extension Program for Aviation Equipment, SINCGARS, LAIRCM, 
Joint CONUS Communications Support Environment, V-3 AESA Radar, 
Small Arms, Apache Helicopter Bladefold Kits, F-16 Full Mission 
Training Simulators, Forward Osmosis Water Filtration Program, 
APG-68V(10) Radar, Light Medium Tactical Vehicles [LMTV], 
Medium Tactical Vehicles [MTV], PLS Trailers, and LITENING 
Targeting Pods.

                    Defense Production Act Purchases

Appropriations, 2005....................................     $42,765,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................      19,573,000
House allowance.........................................      28,573,000
Committee recommendation................................      68,573,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $68,573,000. 
This is $49,000,000 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]
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                                                                                                                  Committee            Change from
Line                     Item                       Qty.     2006 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      recommen-    -------------------------
                                                               estimate                                             dation        Qty.   Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES

   1 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES           .......           19,573  .......           28,573  .......           68,573  .......          +49,000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2006 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1DEFENSE PRODUCTION          19,573          68,573         +49,000
     ACT PURCHASES
        Advanced Metal  ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Composite
         Process
        Beryllium       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Supply
         Industrial
         Base
        Ceramic Armor   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Manufacturing
         to Protect
         Armed Forces
        Flexible        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Aerogel
         Material
         Supplier
         Initiative
        Hydrogen Ion    ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Implantation
         Equipment
        Miniature       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Compressor
         Development
        POSS            ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Nanotechnolog
         y Engineering
         Scale-Up
         Initiative
        Reactive        ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Plastic CO2
         Absorbent
         Production
         Capacity
        Read Out        ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Integrated
         Circuit
         Manufacturing
         Improvement
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Defense Production Act Purchases.--In an effort to provide 
a greater detailed level of oversight, the Committee directs 
that funds made available within this account be allocated 
within the following projects:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          Project                               Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
High Performance Batteries and Fuel Cell Production                6,800
 Initiative................................................
High Performance Coatings Production Initiative............        3,868
Next Generation Radiation Hardened Microprocessors.........        2,905
Advanced Metal Composite Process...........................        8,000
Beryllium Supply Industrial Base...........................        9,000
Ceramic Armor Manufacturing to Protect Armed Forces........        5,000
Flexible Aerogel Material Supplier Initiative..............        5,000
Hydrogen Ion Implantation Equipment........................        4,000
Miniature Compressor Development...........................        5,000
POSS Nanotechnology Engineering Scale-Up Initiative........        7,500
Reactive Plastic CO2 Absorbent Production Capacity.........        7,500
Read Out Integrated Circuit Manufacturing Improvement......        4,000
                                                            ------------
      Total................................................       68,573
------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                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 2006 budget requests a total of 
$69,356,040,000 for research, development, test and evaluation 
appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations totaling $70,407,582,000 for fiscal 
year 2006. This is $1,051,542,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations for fiscal year 2006 are summarized 
below:

                      SUMMARY OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2006 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
    Army........................................................       9,733,824      10,520,592        +786,768
    Navy........................................................      18,037,991      18,557,904        +519,913
    Air Force...................................................      22,612,351      21,859,010        -753,341
    Defense-Wide................................................      18,803,416      19,301,618        +498,202
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense........................         168,458         168,458  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      69,356,040      70,407,582      +1,051,542
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       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 S. 1042, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.
    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 OVERVIEW

    Joint Tactical Radio System [JTRS].--The Committee 
understands and supports the value that the JTRS radio system 
will add to the battlefield in support of military operations. 
However, the Army's Cluster 1 program faces significant 
technical challenges. These challenges could impact the program 
efforts in the Navy and Air Force. Further, the Committee notes 
that significant quantities of new, very capable radios are 
being procured by the Department of Defense to fight the Global 
War on Terror. Although the new radios do not offer the 
``router'' type capabilities of the JTRS, they do provide 
superior communications in support of enhanced command and 
control and situational awareness than preceding capabilities. 
The procurement of these interim radios should help to relieve 
some of the pressure on the JTRS schedule. Further, the 
Committee supports the ongoing review of the Joint Tactical 
Radio programs by the Program Executive Office. The Committee 
encourages the Defense Department to thoroughly review the full 
program in light of the interim radios as well as challenges 
faced by the ongoing Service efforts to include architecture 
development, software and hardware development and waveform 
development. The Committee requests that a report of the 
Defense Department's assessment and a revised program plan be 
provided to the congressional defense committees not later than 
December 30, 2005. The Committee recommends the following 
reductions to the JTRS program and recommends the remaining 
funding support waveform development and other risk reduction 
priorities.

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Fiscal year 2006 reductions:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army....        -178,000
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy....         -33,300
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air              -25,000
     Force..............................................
                                                         ---------------
      Total.............................................        -236,300
                                                         ===============
Fiscal year 2005 rescissions:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army....         -21,600
    Other Procurement, Army.............................         -68,500
                                                         ---------------
      Total.............................................         -90,100
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Joint Strike Fighter [JSF].--The Committee commends the JSF 
program for their efforts to implement design changes needed to 
reduce aircraft weight and for working to restructure the 
program to accommodate changes in the aircraft's design. The 
Committee, however, is concerned that continuing program 
uncertainties make it difficult to estimate the resources 
needed for the program. For example, the program is still 
redesigning the three JSF variants and is examining the need 
for changes in the software development and flight test 
programs to make them more executable. Until the re-design 
efforts are complete, the Committee is not committed to 
significant increases in program funding for system 
development. As a result, the Committee recommendation includes 
the following adjustments:

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Fiscal year 2006 reductions:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.......     -124,000
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force..     -146,000
                                                            ------------
      Total................................................     -270,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $10,698,989,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   9,733,824,000
House allowance.........................................  10,827,174,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,520,592,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,520,592,000. This is $786,768,000 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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, ARMY

     BASIC RESEARCH
     IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                                   20,542          23,542          20,542  ..............          -3,000
     DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                                 137,898         162,498         159,398         +21,500          -3,100
     UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                            67,201          71,001          78,201         +11,000          +7,200
     UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS                                   81,953          94,453         103,578         +21,625          +9,125
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                               307,594         351,494         361,719         +54,125         +10,225

     APPLIED RESEARCH
     MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY                                                       17,559          30,259          40,059         +22,500          +9,800
     SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC SURVIVABILITY                                       32,147          48,147          48,647         +16,500            +500
     TRACTOR HIP                                                                 7,804           7,804           7,804  ..............  ..............
     AVIATION TECHNOLOGY                                                        34,295          42,295          34,295  ..............          -8,000
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                              19,129          27,629          29,129         +10,000          +1,500
     MISSILE TECHNOLOGY                                                         62,524          66,024         110,524         +48,000         +44,500
     ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                                21,139          27,139          41,639         +20,500         +14,500
     ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND SIMULATION                                           16,013          23,013          25,013          +9,000          +2,000
     COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                   64,883         102,583          78,383         +13,500         -24,200
     BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY                                                      49,163          52,163          51,163          +2,000          -1,000
     CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND EQUIPMENT DEFEATING TECHNOLOGY                          2,519          13,019          12,519         +10,000            -500
     JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                            5,703           6,703           5,703  ..............          -1,000
     WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY                                           37,824         106,124         100,624         +62,800          -5,500
     ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES                                         39,554          81,454          63,554         +24,000         -17,900
     NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY                                                    23,823          38,123          23,823  ..............         -14,300
     COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS                                                        19,293          22,293          27,293          +8,000          +5,000
     HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                       17,482          31,482          21,482          +4,000         -10,000
     ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                                           16,417          16,417          27,417         +11,000         +11,000
     COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                                21,787          56,787          23,787          +2,000         -33,000
     COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY                                            3,590           3,590           4,890          +1,300          +1,300
     MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                            47,046          51,346          49,046          +2,000          -2,300
     MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/TRAINING TECHNOLOGY                                     15,207          15,207          19,207          +4,000          +4,000
     WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY                                                      21,707          36,407          45,907         +24,200          +9,500
     MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                                         74,694         280,844         163,894         +89,200        -116,950
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                             671,302       1,186,852       1,055,802        +384,500        -131,050

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
     WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                             63,754          79,454          72,754          +9,000          -6,700
     MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                                45,160         318,710         132,510         +87,350        -186,200
     AVIATION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                               48,318          90,018         103,218         +54,900         +13,200
     WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                  74,927         103,427          89,927         +15,000         -13,500
     COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                         142,866         238,566         213,266         +70,400         -25,300
     COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                       12,066          13,866          12,066  ..............          -1,800
     MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                        6,783           7,783          12,783          +6,000          +5,000
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                     45,322          63,322          55,322         +10,000          -8,000
     TRACTOR HIKE                                                                8,777           8,777           8,777  ..............  ..............
     NEXT GENERATION TRAINING & SIMULATION SYSTEMS                              19,982          22,682          28,982          +9,000          +6,300
     TRACTOR ROSE                                                                4,956           4,956           4,956  ..............  ..............
     EXPLOSIVES DEMILITARIZATION TECHNOLOGY                                      9,865          13,465          24,445         +14,580         +10,980
     MILITARY HIV RESEARCH                                                       6,842          16,842           6,842  ..............         -10,000
     COMBATING TERRORISM, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                 6,306          11,306          10,306          +4,000          -1,000
     GLOBAL SURVEILLANCE/AIR DEFENSE/PRECISION STRIKE TECHN                     12,111          12,111          12,111  ..............  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                              16,801          25,801          14,801          -2,000         -11,000
     MISSILE AND ROCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                     70,066          92,066         109,566         +39,500         +17,500
     TRACTOR CAGE                                                               15,406          15,406          15,406  ..............  ..............
     LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                           25,327          25,327          32,227          +6,900          +6,900
     JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                            6,581           6,581           8,581          +2,000          +2,000
     NIGHT VISION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                           51,761         110,561          69,761         +18,000         -40,800
     ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                            12,606          16,606          12,606  ..............          -4,000
     MILITARY ENGINEERING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                    7,301          20,401          20,301         +13,000            -100
     ADVANCED TACTICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE & SENSOR TECHNOLOGY                     42,475          55,575          38,075          -4,400         -17,500
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                              756,359       1,373,609       1,109,589        +353,230        -264,020

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
     UNIQUE ITEM IDENTIFICATION (UID)                                            1,500           1,500           1,500  ..............  ..............
     ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                                   14,573          80,223          54,323         +39,750         -25,900
     ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (DEM/VAL)                          9,284          10,784          58,584         +49,300         +47,800
     AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                                83,063          99,763         100,063         +17,000            +300
     LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER--ADV DEV                              ..............           2,500  ..............  ..............          -2,500
     SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS--ADV DEV                          5,733           5,733           5,733  ..............  ..............
     TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION                                 ..............           6,000           6,000          +6,000  ..............
     ADVANCED TANK ARMAMENT SYSTEM (ATAS)                                       26,712          26,712          26,712  ..............  ..............
     SOLDIER SUPPORT AND SURVIVABILITY                                           3,393           3,393           3,393  ..............  ..............
     TACTICAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM--ADV DEV                           18,907          18,907          18,907  ..............  ..............
     NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                   6,885           6,885           6,885  ..............  ..............
     ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                                            5,166          42,816          21,866         +16,700         -20,950
     WARFIGHTER INFORMATION NETWORK--TACTICAL (DEM/VAL)                        131,081          87,181         131,081  ..............         +43,900
     NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                               4,902           4,902           4,902  ..............  ..............
     AVIATION--ADV DEV                                                           6,249           7,249           6,249  ..............          -1,000
     LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ADV DEV                                  13,375          13,375          13,375  ..............  ..............
     COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT CONTROL SYSTEM EVALUATION                           10,659          10,659          10,659  ..............  ..............
     MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV                                                   10,134          14,634          25,934         +15,800         +11,300
     SOLDIER SYSTEMS--ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                      10,595          12,595          10,595  ..............          -2,000
     INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (JMIP/DISTP)                                   2,762           2,762           2,762  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                                   364,973         458,573         509,523        +144,550         +50,950

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
     AIRCRAFT AVIONICS                                                          23,451          31,451          13,451         -10,000         -18,000
     ARMED, DEPLOYABLE OH-58D                                                   13,964          13,964          93,206         +79,242         +79,242
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                             32,179          34,179          32,179  ..............          -2,000
     JOINT TACTICAL RADIO                                                      156,665         156,665         156,665  ..............  ..............
     ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTEM                                                  7,973           9,973           7,973  ..............          -2,000
     TRACTOR CAGE                                                               16,099          16,099          16,099  ..............  ..............
     COMMON MISSILE                                                     ..............          45,000  ..............  ..............         -45,000
     INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS                                                   34,627          45,927          39,627          +5,000          -6,300
     MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES                                                    1,886          14,486           1,886  ..............         -12,600
     FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES                                           3,415           6,415          15,415         +12,000          +9,000
     AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                                         4,508           4,508           4,508  ..............  ..............
     LIGHT TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES                                    ..............          12,000  ..............  ..............         -12,000
     ARMORED SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION (ASM)--ENG DEV                            3,065,629       2,616,629       2,965,629        -100,000        +349,000
     NON-LIGHT OF SIGHT LAUNCH SYSTEM                                          231,554         233,154         235,554          +4,000          +2,400
     NON-LINE OF SIGHT CANNON                                                  107,587         157,587         107,587  ..............         -50,000
     NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--SDD                                                  26,449          28,449          28,949          +2,500            +500
     COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT                                     3,383           3,383           3,383  ..............  ..............
     NON-SYSTEM TRAINING DEVICES--SDD                                           61,090          61,090          61,090  ..............  ..............
     AIR DEFENSE COMMAND, CONTROL AND INTELLIGENCE--SDD                         29,012          29,012          29,012  ..............  ..............
     CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                40,572          40,572          40,572  ..............  ..............
     AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT                                           54           2,554              54  ..............          -2,500
     DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS (DIS)--ENGINEER                       22,057          23,457          32,057         +10,000          +8,600
     COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (CATT) CORE                                 37,471          49,471          42,971          +5,500          -6,500
     JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM                                             5,092           5,092           5,092  ..............  ..............
     AVIATION--SDD                                                      ..............  ..............           2,000          +2,000          +2,000
     WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--SDD                                                 87,034         110,534          87,034  ..............         -23,500
     LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--SDD                                      13,353          13,353          14,353          +1,000          +1,000
     COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS--SDD                             393,062         323,562         225,062        -168,000         -98,500
     MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT                       5,627          18,127          10,627          +5,000          -7,500
     LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--SDD                                              80,560          75,560          80,560  ..............          +5,000
     ARTILLERY MUNITIONS                                                       113,368         115,368         113,368  ..............          -2,000
     COMBAT IDENTIFICATION                                                       2,973           2,973           7,973          +5,000          +5,000
     ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND & CONTROL HARDWARE & SOFTWARE                        66,980          66,980          66,980  ..............  ..............
     RADAR DEVELOPMENT                                                           5,080           5,080           5,080  ..............  ..............
     GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SYSTEM (GFEBS)                            71,119          71,119          71,119  ..............  ..............
     FIREFINDER                                                                 46,061          46,061          46,061  ..............  ..............
     SOLDIER SYSTEMS--WARRIOR DEM/VAL                                           57,818          60,818          57,818  ..............          -3,000
     ARTILLERY SYSTEMS                                                           5,476           5,476           5,476  ..............  ..............
     PATRIOT/MEADS COMBINED AGGREGATE PROGRAM (CAP)                            288,785         288,785         288,785  ..............  ..............
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                         63,662          65,662          65,662          +2,000  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT                    5,225,675       4,910,575       5,080,917        -144,758        +170,342

     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                               23,796          28,196          25,796          +2,000          -2,400
     TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                                 10,855          11,855          12,355          +1,500            +500
     MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                                       64,498          68,498          64,498  ..............          -4,000
     RAND ARROYO CENTER                                                         23,800          23,800          23,800  ..............  ..............
     ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL                                                      154,535         155,535         154,535  ..............          -1,000
     CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM                                           31,653          38,653          31,653  ..............          -7,000
     ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES                                           369,943         369,943         369,943  ..............  ..............
     ARMY TECHNICAL TEST INSTRUMENTATION AND TARGETS                            62,687          66,687          68,187          +5,500          +1,500
     SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS                                           38,306          42,306          43,306          +5,000          +1,000
     DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER TEST FACILITY                                        17,688          17,688          20,688          +3,000          +3,000
     AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION                                                      2,748           2,748           2,748  ..............  ..............
     METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT TO RDT&E ACTIVITIES                                  8,829           8,829           8,829  ..............  ..............
     MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS                                                  15,517          15,517          15,517  ..............  ..............
     EXPLOITATION OF FOREIGN ITEMS                                               4,710           4,710           4,710  ..............  ..............
     SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING                                             75,993          76,993          75,993  ..............          -1,000
     ARMY EVALUATION CENTER                                                     57,305          57,305          57,305  ..............  ..............
     SIMULATION & MODELING FOR ACQ, RQTS, & TNG (SMART)                          9,437           5,437           9,437  ..............          +4,000
     PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITIES                                                     54,269          54,269          54,269  ..............  ..............
     TECHNICAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES                                           32,237          48,237          42,237         +10,000          -6,000
     MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY                        16,922          37,622          28,922         +12,000          -8,700
     ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY MGMT SUPPORT                               4,014           4,014           4,014  ..............  ..............
     MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)                         12,908          12,908          12,908  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                   1,092,650       1,151,750       1,131,650         +39,000         -20,100

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
     MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                          114,297         114,297         116,297          +2,000          +2,000
     WEAPONS CAPABILITY MODIFICATIONS UAV                               ..............  ..............           9,000          +9,000          +9,000
     JOINT LAND ATTACK CRUISE MISSILES DEFENSES (JLENS)                        106,420         107,420         106,420  ..............          -1,000
    1HIGH ALTITUDE AIRSHIP                                              ..............  ..............          17,500         +17,500         +17,500
     ADV FIELD ARTILLERY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM                                   16,064          16,064          17,064          +1,000          +1,000
     COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                                        12,030          16,030          17,030          +5,000          +1,000
     MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM                                                    44,903          41,403          44,903  ..............          +3,500
     AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                       409,103         416,603         287,103        -122,000        -129,500
     AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                               2,066           2,066           2,066  ..............  ..............
     DIGITIZATION                                                               12,343          13,343          12,343  ..............          -1,000
     FORCE XXI BATTLE COMMAND, BRIGADE AND BELOW (FBCB2)                        20,201          20,201          20,201  ..............  ..............
     MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                            16,188          16,188          16,188  ..............  ..............
     OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                                 23,560          23,560          18,681          -4,879          -4,879
     TRACTOR CARD                                                                6,797           6,797           6,797  ..............  ..............
     JOINT TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM (TRI-TAC)                            24,906          24,906          24,906  ..............  ..............
     JOINT TACTICAL GROUND SYSTEM                                               12,854          12,854          12,854  ..............  ..............
     JOINT HIGH SPEED VESSEL (JHSV)                                              3,261           3,261           3,261  ..............  ..............
     SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES                                        2,992          13,492           4,992          +2,000          -8,500
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                                       22,903          26,903          23,903          +1,000          -3,000
     GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                               79,752          74,752          64,752         -15,000         -10,000
     SATCOM GROUND ENVIRONMENT (SPACE)                                          58,659          58,659          58,659  ..............  ..............
     WWMCCS/GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                   13,647          13,647          13,647  ..............  ..............
     JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM (JC2)                                     1,696           1,696           1,696  ..............  ..............
     TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                                         139,610         142,610         156,610         +17,000         +14,000
     AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                             5,398           5,398           5,398  ..............  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                                          91,587          98,837          91,587  ..............          -7,250
     AVIONICS COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                        994             994             994  ..............  ..............
     END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES                                68,505          96,805         112,005         +43,500         +15,200
     NATO JOINT STARS                                                              569             569             569  ..............  ..............
     TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT                       ..............          20,000  ..............  ..............         -20,000
     SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH                                 ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                            1,311,305       1,390,355       1,267,426         -43,879        -122,929

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                         3,966           3,966           3,966  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, ARMY                   9,733,824      10,827,174      10,520,592        +786,768        -306,582
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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             2006 budget   recommen-      budget
                                    estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES      137,898      159,398      +21,500
         Advanced Carbon        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Nanotechnology
          Program
         Advanced Ground        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Vehicle Reliability
          Research
         Brain Imaging and      ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Deception Detection
          Research
         Biological Raman and   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Optical Imaging
          Program
         Desert Terrain         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Analysis for
          Enhancing Military
          Operations
         Document Exploitation  ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Technology Upgrade
         Optical Technologies   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Research
         Terrain Processes      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Research to Optimize
          Battlefield
          Operations
   3 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH             67,201       78,201      +11,000
      INITIATIVES
         Advanced Imaging       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Technology Research
         Burn and Shock Trauma  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Research
         High Resolution        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Analytical
          Transmission
          Electron Microscope
         Integrated Systems in  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Sensing, Imaging and
          Communications
          Research
         Low Temperature        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Vehicle Research
         Nanotechnology and     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Health Research
   4 UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY         81,953      103,578      +21,625
      RESEARCH CENTERS
         Advanced Coating       ...........  ...........       +1,625
          Systems for Ground-
          based Military
          Vehicles
         Advanced Sensors       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Research
         Advanced Steel         ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Casting Technology
          for Weapon Systems
         Automotive Research    ...........  ...........       +2,000
         Ferroelectric          ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Electronic--Photonic
          Nanodevices
         Nanotubes Optimized    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          for Lightweight
          Exceptional Strength
          Composite Materials
         Next Generation        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Joining Technology
          Research
         Real Time              ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Classification
          Through Wall Sensor
         Strategic Defense      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Systems
          Manufacturing
          Technology
         Visualization for      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Training and
          Simulation in Urban
          Terrains
   6 MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY            17,559       40,059      +22,500
         Advanced Materials     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          for Mine Detection
          and Blast Mitigation
         Composite Materials    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Technology for
          Future Combat System
         Future Affordable      ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Multi-Utility
          Materials for Future
          Combat System
         Lightweight Blast      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Containment Vessel
          Development
         LRIP LASSO             ...........  ...........       +2,500
         MEMS Sensors for       ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Rolling Element
          Bearings
         Multifunctional        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Nanostructured
          Materials for Future
          Combat Systems
         Spinel Tactical Armor  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Manufacturing
          Technology
   7 SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC          32,147       48,647      +16,500
      SURVIVABILITY
         Digital Radio          ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Frequency Tags
         Optical Combat         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Identification
          System (OCIDS)
         Persistent Multi-      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Dimensional
          Surveillance In Non-
          Permissive
          Environments
         Scalable High          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Efficiency Solid
          State Lasers
         Small Airship          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Surveillance System
         SmartCam3D Technology  ...........  ...........       +2,500
  10 ELECTRONIC WARFARE              19,129       29,129      +10,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Real-Time Laser        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Threat Warning
          Development
         Silver Fox Unmanned    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Aerial Vehicle
         Subterranean Target    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Identification
  11 MISSILE TECHNOLOGY              62,524      110,524      +48,000
         Enhanced Area          ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Protection and
          Survivability (EAPS)
         LENS X Hypervelocity   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Ground Testing
         MARIAH II Hypersonic   ...........  ...........      +12,000
          Wind Tunnel
          Development Program
         Nanoscience            ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Initiative for Next
          Generation Missiles
         Near Hermetic          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Packaging and
          Interconnection
          Technology
         Red Rain               ...........  ...........       +3,000
         Unique Waveform Based  ...........  ...........      +12,000
          Missile Technologies
          for Horizontal
          Integration and IED
          Detection
         Unmanned Systems       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Initiative at AMRDEC
  12 ADVANCED WEAPONS                21,139       41,639      +20,500
      TECHNOLOGY
         Army Missile and       ...........  ...........      +18,000
          Space Technology
          Initiative
         Solid-State High-      ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Output Diode Arrays
  13 ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND           16,013       25,013       +9,000
      SIMULATION
         Surveillance and       ...........  ...........       +9,000
          Targeting Robot
          Platform (Red Owl)
  14 COMBAT VEHICLE AND              64,883       78,383      +13,500
      AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
         Advanced Electric      ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Drive
         Defense                ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Transportation
          Energy Research
         LUMES                  ...........  ...........       +4,000
         Unmanned Vehicle       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Control Technologies
  15 BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY           49,163       51,163       +2,000
         Gun Barrel Coatings    ...........  ...........       +2,000
  16 CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND              2,519       12,519      +10,000
      EQUIPMENT DEFEATING
      TECHNOLOGY
         Battlefield            ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Production of
          Modified Vaporous
          Hydrogen Peroxide
          for Field
          Decontamination
         Development/Operation  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          of Test Range for
          Advanced Sensors and
          Obscurants
         Global Pathogen        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Portal
  18 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS           37,824      100,624      +62,800
      TECHNOLOGY
         Active Coatings        ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Technology
         Advanced Materials     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          and Nanotechnology
          for Ammunition
         Advanced Technology    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Lightweight Armament
          System--Rarefaction
          Wave Gun
         Army Center of         ...........  ...........       +6,300
          Excellence in
          Acoustics
         Electroconversion of   ...........  ...........       +7,500
          Energetic Materials
         Engineered Surfaces    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          for Weapons Systems'
          Life Extension
         Fatigue Odometer for   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Vehicle Components
          and Gun Barrels
          Project
         Micro/Nano Systems     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Technology Research
         Non-nuclear Earth      ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Penetrator
          Operational
          Prototype
         Polymer Cased 5.56mm   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Small Arms
          Ammunition
         Precision              ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Manufacturing
          Initiative
         SLEUTH Tungsten Heavy  ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Alloy Penetrator and
          Warhead Development
         Titanium Extraction    ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Mining and Process
          Engineering Research
         Transition Laser       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Engineered Net
          Shaping Technology
         Ultra Wide Band        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Sensors
  19 ELECTRONICS AND                 39,554       63,554      +24,000
      ELECTRONIC DEVICES
         Bipolar Wafer-cell     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Lithium-ion
          Batteries
         Future Soldier Hybrid  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Power Sources for
          the Battlefield
         Lithium Carbide        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Monoflouride
          Military Battery
          Packs
         Miniature Tactical     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Energy Systems
          Development
         Novel Zinc Air Power   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Sources for Military
          Applications
         PEM Fuel Cell          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Tactical Quiet
          Generators
         Portable Solid Oxide   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Fuel Cell
          Demonstrator
         Software Defined       ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Radio
          Interoperability
          Initiative
         State of Battery Life  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Indicator
         Thin Cylindrical Iron  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Disulfide Primary
          Battery
         Transcritical Carbon   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Dioxide (CO2)
          Environmental
          Control Unit
  21 COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS             19,293       27,293       +8,000
         Biological Detection   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          of Unexploded
          Ordnance and Land
          Mines
         Explosives Detection   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          and Mitigation--INL
         Small Synthetic        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Aperture Radar (SAR)
          Buried Mine
          Detection
  22 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING       17,482       21,482       +4,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Team Performance and   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Optimization in
          Agent and Human-
          Agent Teams
  23 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY           16,417       27,417      +11,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Advanced Bio-Based     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Binders
         Chemical Materials     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          and Environmental
          Modeling Project
         Quantum Research       ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Facility
  24 COMMAND, CONTROL,               21,787       23,787       +2,000
      COMMUNICATIONS
      TECHNOLOGY
         Ultra Wideband Chip    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Set
  25 COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE            3,590        4,890       +1,300
      TECHNOLOGY
         Software Reliability   ...........  ...........       +1,300
          and Security
          Improvements
  26 MILITARY ENGINEERING            47,046       49,046       +2,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Geosciences Research   ...........  ...........       +2,000
  27 MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/             15,207       19,207       +4,000
      TRAINING TECHNOLOGY
         Language Instruction   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          for the Troops
  28 WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY           21,707       45,907      +24,200
         Advanced Warfighter    ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Sustainment Systems
          for the 21st
          Century
         Biosecurity Research   ...........  ...........       +3,700
          for Soldier Food
          Safety
         Development of Long-   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Shelf Life Fruits
          and Vegetables for
          Military Rations
         Improved Self          ...........  ...........         +500
          Sintered Silicon
          Carbide to Meet Body
          Armor Protection
         Integrated,            ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Unbreakable,
          Flexible Visible
          Infrared Lighting
          Surfaces for
          Shelters
         Mosaic Flexible Armor  ...........  ...........       +1,000
         NBC Integrated         ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Protection Membrane
          Shelters
         Toxin Guard Research   ...........  ...........       +1,000
         Ultra Lightweight      ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Flexible
          Photovoltaics for
          the Individual
          Warrior
  29 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY              74,694      163,894      +89,200
         Adult Stem Cells for   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Wound Healing and
          Immune
          Reconstruction
         Automated Medical      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Emergency
          Intravascular Access
         Bio-Foam Bleeding      ...........  ...........       +2,600
          Sealant for
          Battlefield Trauma
         Biomedical Sciences    ...........  ...........       +2,500
          and Technology
         Colorimetric PDA-      ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Based Sensor for
          Rapid Pathogen
          Detection
         Combat Casualty Care-- ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Battlefield Wounds
         Computational          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Proteomics
         Control of             ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Inflammation and
          Tissue Repair
         Hibernation Genomics   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          (UAF)
         HSDI                   ...........  ...........       +7,000
         Integrative Healing    ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Practices for
          Veterans (VET-HEAL)
         Medical Image          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Database Holographic
          Archiving Library
          System
         Military Biomaterials  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Research
         Military               ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Complimentary and
          Alternative Medicine
          Research
         National Eye           ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Evaluation and
          Research Network
         Plasma Discharge       ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Medical Device
          Sterilization
          Technology
         Platelet Gels for      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Treatment of
          Traumatic Injuries
         Post-Traumatic Stress  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Disorder Research
         Prevention of          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Compartment Syndrome
         TEDCO-MRASC Applied    ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Research
          Demonstration
          Project
         Telemedicine and       ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Surgical Innovation
          Research
         Ultra-High-Speed MEMS  ...........  ...........       +5,800
          Electromagnetic Cell
          Sorter
         Vaccine Research in    ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Biodefense and
          Emerging Infections
         Vaccines and           ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Therapeutics to
          Counter Biological
          Threats
         Vascular Graft         ...........  ...........       +4,800
          Development on
          Elastin Biomatrices
         Vigilance Surgical     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Safety System
  30 WARFIGHTER ADVANCED             63,754       72,754       +9,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Ration Packaging       ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Materials and
          Systems for Meals-
          Ready-to-Eat
         Self-Decontaminating   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Selectively
          Permeable Membranes
          for Chem-Bio
          Protection
         Small Business         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Development and
          Transition
         Technology and Human   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Systems Integration
          Program
  31 MEDICAL ADVANCED                45,160      132,510      +87,350
      TECHNOLOGY
         Autonomous Non-        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Invasive Alcohol
          Testing
         Bio-Surveillance in a  ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Highly Mobile
          Population
         Brain, Biology and     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Machine Research
         Center for Minimally   ...........  ...........       +7,500
          Invasive Technology
         Fibrogen Bandages for  ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Battlefield Wounds
         Human Operator         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Performance Research
         Intravenous Membrane   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Oxygenator
         Medical Modeling and   ...........  ...........       +1,750
          Simulation through
          Synthetic Genes
         Metroplex              ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Comprehensive
          Imaging Center
         Military Low Vision    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Research Program
         Military Nutrition     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Research: Personnel
          Readiness and
          Warfighter
          Performance
         Minimally Invasive     ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Surgery Modeling and
          Simulation
         National Bioterrorism  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Civilian Medical
          Response (CIMERC)
         National Tissue        ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Engineering Center
         Online Medical         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Training for
          Military Personnel
         Pharmacological        ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Countermeasures to
          Ionizing Radiation
         Plasma Sterilizer      ...........  ...........       +3,000
         PolyHeme Blood         ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Substitute
         Portable Ultra Sound   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Finger Probe
         Pseudofolliculitis     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Barbae Skin Therapy
          System
         Rugged Textile         ...........  ...........       +2,200
          Electronic Garments
         Rural Electronic       ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Medical Record (EMR)/
          Teleradiology System
         SEA-Med Oral Health    ...........  ...........         +500
          Program
         Smart Prosthetic       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Devices Technology
         Soldier Mounted Eye    ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Tracking and Control
          Systems
         Soldier Treatment and  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Regeneration
          Consortium
         Technologies for       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Metabolic Monitoring/
          Julia Weaver Fund
          Initiative
         Tripler Army Medical   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Center eICU Remote
          Critical Care
         Untethered Healthcare  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Program
         Vascular Graft         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Development on
          Elastin Biomatrices
         Walter Reed Army       ...........  ...........       +1,400
          Medical Center
          Wireless Network
         Weight Measurements    ...........  ...........       +3,500
          and Standards for
          Military Personnel
  32 AVIATION ADVANCED               48,318      103,218      +54,900
      TECHNOLOGY
         Excalibur Unmanned     ...........  ...........       +7,900
          Combat Aerial
          Vehicle
         Fuel Cell for Mobile   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Robotics System
          Project
         Improved VAROC/        ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Unmanned Aerial
          Vehicle Compression
          System Development
         Integrated Oil Debris  ...........  ...........       +3,000
          and Condition Sensor
          for Condition-Based
          Maintenance
         Mission Execution      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Technology
          Implementation
         Process Technologies   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          for Replacement Part
          Production
         Reconfigurable         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Tooling Systems
         Universal Control--    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Full Authority
          Digital Engine
          Control
         Unmanned Aerial        ...........  ...........       +7,500
          Vehicle--Resupply
         Vertical Takeoff and   ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Landing Unmanned
          Aerial Vehicle
         VTDP Compound          ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Helicopter
          Technology Flight
          Demonstration
         Wiring Traceout for    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Joint Aviation
          Technical Data
          Integration
  33 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS           74,927       89,927      +15,000
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
         Armament and           ...........  ...........       +4,000
          RangeSafe Technology
          Initiatives
         Manufacturing of       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Precision Optics
         Miniaturized RAMAN     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Chemical
          Identification
          System
         Nanotechnology         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Manufacturing
          Research
  34 COMBAT VEHICLE AND             142,866      213,266      +70,400
      AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED
      TECHNOLOGY
         Advanced Thermal       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Management Controls
         Alcoa Collaborative    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Development Approach
          for Non-line of
          Sight Cannon and
          Mortar
         Armored Composite Cab  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Development Program
         Center for Military    ...........  ...........      +11,800
          Vehicle Technologies
         Composite Body Parts-- ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Composite Armored
          Vehicle Technology
          Transition
         Composite Shelters     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          for the Future
          Tactical Truck and
          Retrofit of Current
          Vehicle Shelters
         Digital Humans and     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Virtual Reality
          Technologies for
          Future Combat System
         Fastening and Joining  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Technology
         Full Spectrum Active   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Protection Close-In
          Layered Shield
          (FCLAS)
         Future Lightweight     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Military Trailer
          Chassis
         Hydraulic Hybrid       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Vehicle Technology
         International          ...........  ...........       +7,500
          Commercially Based
          Logistical Support
          Trucks for U.S. Army
          Evaluation
         Next Generation Non-   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Tactical Vehicle
          Propulsion
         N-STEP Enabled         ...........  ...........       +3,600
          Manufacturing Cell
          for Future Combat
          System
         Pacific Rim            ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Environmental
          Degradation of
          Materials Research
          Program at UH
         Personal Mobility      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Vehicle
         Rocket Propelled       ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Grenade Vehicle
          Protection System
         Solid Oxide Fuel Cell  ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Materials and
          Manufacturing
  36 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND          6,783       12,783       +6,000
      TRAINING ADVANCED
      TECHNOLOGY
         Battle Command Team    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Training Program
         Modeling and           ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Simulation
          Technologies for
          Homeland Defense/
          Security Training
  37 ELECTRONIC WARFARE              45,322       55,322      +10,000
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
         Applied                ...........  ...........       +6,500
          Communications and
          Information
          Networking
         Portable and Mobile    ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Emergency Broadband
          Systems
         TACOM Software Tools   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Supporting
          Structural
          Assessment of
          Wheeled Vehicles
  39 NEXT GENERATION TRAINING        19,982       28,982       +9,000
      & SIMULATION SYSTEMS
         CAVE Automatic         ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Virtual Environment--
          Desert Research
          Insti- tute
         Institute for          ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Creative
          Technologies Joint
          Fires and Effects
          Trainer System
  41 EXPLOSIVES                       9,865       24,445      +14,580
      DEMILITARIZATION
      TECHNOLOGY
         Explosive              ...........  ...........         +980
          Demilitarization
          Technology
         HMX Requalification    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Program
         NAVAIR Systems         ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Command Data
          Conversion Effort
         Sierra Army Depot      ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Cryofracture/Plasma
          Arc Demilitarization
          Program
         Western Area           ...........  ...........       +7,600
          Demilitarization
          Facility--Hawthorne
          Army  Depot
  43 COMBATING TERRORISM              6,306       10,306       +4,000
      TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
         Advanced Mobile        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Microgrid Liquid
          Fueler
  45 ELECTRONIC WARFARE              16,801       14,801       -2,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Program Growth         ...........  ...........       -4,000
         GeoFence Pipeline      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Monitoring and
          Safety Project
  46 MISSILE AND ROCKET              70,066      109,566      +39,500
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
         Applied Counterspace   ...........  ...........      +24,000
          Technology Testbed
         Missile Simulation     ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Technology Rapid
          Assessment and
          Deployment of
          Systems Initiative
         Warfighter Protection  ...........  ...........       +5,500
          and Homeland
          Security Lab
  48 LANDMINE WARFARE AND            25,327       32,227       +6,900
      BARRIER ADVANCED
      TECHNOLOGY
         Advanced Demining      ...........  ...........       +5,900
          Technology
         Electromagnetic        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Detection and
          Imaging Transceiver
          (EDIT) Landmine
          Detector
  49 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS         6,581        8,581       +2,000
      PROGRAM
         Lightweight Machine    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Gun and Ammunition
  51 NIGHT VISION ADVANCED           51,761       69,761      +18,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Cost Effective         ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Targeting System
         Electron Bombarded     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Active Pixel Sensor
          Camera
         Enhanced Digital       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Electronic Night-
          Vision for Unmanned
          Ground Vehicles
         Night Vision Fusion    ...........  ...........       +1,000
         Real-Time Geospatial   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Video Sensor
          Intelligence for
          NVESD
         Warfighter Position,   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Location and
          Tracking Sensor
  53 MILITARY ENGINEERING             7,301       20,301      +13,000
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
         Advanced Structures    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          and Composites in
          Construction for
          Protective
          Structures
         Battlefield            ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Production of
          Hydrogen for Fuel
          Cell Vehicles
         Fireproofing/          ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Corrosion Resistant
          Coating System
         Fuel Cell Hybrid       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Generating System--
          Ramgen Technology
         Real-time Drinking     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Water Security
          Program
         Reforming              ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Technologies for
          Renewable and
          Flexible Fuel
          Sources
  54 ADVANCED TACTICAL               42,475       38,075       -4,400
      COMPUTER SCIENCE AND
      SENSOR TECH- NOLOGY
         Program Growth         ...........  ...........       -7,000
         Hyperspectral Imaging  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          and Synthetic
          Aperature Radar for
          UAVs
         MVMNT Program for      ...........  ...........         +600
          Simulation Based
          Operations
         X-Band                 ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Interferometric
          Radar Development
  56 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE            14,573       54,323      +39,750
      SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (NON-
      SPACE)
         Army Missile Defense-- ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Advanced Electronics
          Rosebud Integration
         Army Missile Defense   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Integration of
          Thermo-Acoustic
          Piezo Energy
          Conversion
         Carbon Foam Program--  ...........  ...........       +7,250
          Missile Defense
         Global Infrasound      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Monitoring
         Integrated Composite   ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Missile Structures
         Low Cost Avionics      ...........  ...........       +2,000
         Next Generation        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Passive Sensors
         Radar-on-a-Chip (RAD-  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          CHIP) Research
          Program
         Standoff Hazardous     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Agent Detection and
          Evaluation System
          (SHADES)
         Standoff Sensor for    ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Radionuclide
          Identification
          (SSRID)
         Transfer Missile       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Power System--
          Onboard Vehicle
          Power
         Vertical Integration   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          for Missile Defense
          Surveillance Data
  57 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE             9,284       58,584      +49,300
      SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
      (SPACE)
         Allen Army Airfield    ...........  ...........      +16,000
          Upgrades
         Low Cost Interceptor   ...........  ...........      +15,000
         Near Space Long        ...........  ...........      +18,300
          Loiter Sensor and
          Communications
          Platform
  58 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE         83,063      100,063      +17,000
      SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
         Army Extended Range    ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Attack Missile
         ASMD System of         ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Systems Hardware in
          the Loop Test Bed
         Single Integrated      ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Space Picture
  61 TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER    ...........        6,000       +6,000
      AMMUNITION
         Mid Range Munition--   ...........  ...........       +6,000
          TM3--Dual Mode
          Seeker
  66 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY            5,166       21,866      +16,700
      TECHNOLOGY DEM/VAL
         Casting Emissions      ...........  ...........       +6,200
          Reduction Program
         Environmental          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Management System
          Pilot
         Environmental          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Security Initiative
         Magna Water District-- ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Perchlorate and
          Arsenic Treatment
         Rapid Response Bio-    ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Chem Decon, Liquid
          and Dry (Decon
          Green)
         Wellhead Treatment of  ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Perchlorate
          Contaminated Wells
  73 MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV        10,134       25,934      +15,800
         Combat Support         ...........  ...........       +8,300
          Hospital--Mobile
          Surgical Unit
         Future Medical         ...........  ...........       +7,500
          Shelter System--21st
          Century Military
          Hospital System
  78 AIRCRAFT AVIONICS               23,451       13,451      -10,000
         JTRS Program Delay     ...........  ...........      -10,000
          and Restructure
  79 ARMED, DEPLOYABLE OH-58D        13,964       93,206      +79,242
         Army Requested         ...........  ...........      +70,000
          Transfer from APA,
          Line 3
         Army Requested         ...........  ...........       +9,242
          Transfer from APA,
          Line 30
  86 INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS        34,627       39,627       +5,000
         XM25 Advanced          ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Airburst Weapon
          System
  90 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL         3,415       15,415      +12,000
      VEHICLES
         Advanced Drivetrains   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          for Enhanced
          Mobility and Safety
         Future Tactical Truck  ...........  ...........      +10,000
          System
  93 ARMORED SYSTEMS              3,065,629    2,965,629     -100,000
      MODERNIZATION (ASM)--ENG
      DEV
         Program Overhead/      ...........  ...........     -100,000
          Excess Management
          Reserve
  94 NON LINE OF SIGHT LAUNCH       231,554      235,554       +4,000
      SYSTEMS
         EnforcIT Anti-Tamper   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Software
  96 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--SDD       26,449       28,949       +2,500
         Small Arms and Light   ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Weapons, Soldier
          Mounted Detection
          and Location System
 104 DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE        22,057       32,057      +10,000
      SIMULATIONS (DIS)--SDD
         Army Space Modeling    ...........  ...........      +10,000
          and Simulation
 109 COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL          37,471       42,971       +5,500
      TRAINER (CATT) CORE
         Aviation Combined      ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Arms Tactical
          Trainer
         Gunner-Crew Chief      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Station Trainer
 111 AVIATION--SDD              ...........        2,000       +2,000
         Aviation System        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Integration Facility
          and Rapid Equipment
          Fielding Office
 113 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER          13,353       14,353       +1,000
      EQUIPMENT--SDD
         Advanced Medium        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Mobile Power Systems
 114 COMMAND, CONTROL,              393,062      225,062     -168,000
      COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS--
      SDD
         JTRS Cluster 1         ...........  ...........     -120,000
          Program Delay and
          Restructure
         JTRS Cluster 5         ...........  ...........      -48,000
          Program Delay and
          Restructure
 115 MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL         5,627       10,627       +5,000
      BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
      EQUIPMENT-- SDD
         Cartledge Infuser for  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Battlefield Trauma
         Chitosan Bandage       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Component
 118 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION            2,973        7,973       +5,000
         Command Post Platform  ...........  ...........       +5,000
 128 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY          63,662       65,662       +2,000
      DEVELOPMENT
         Army Enterprise Human  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Resource System
          (eHRS)
 129 THREAT SIMULATOR                23,796       25,796       +2,000
      DEVELOPMENT
         Distributed RF/SAM     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Threat Systems
         Web Assured Response   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Protocol
 130 TARGET SYSTEMS                  10,855       12,355       +1,500
      DEVELOPMENT
         Next Generation Ice    ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Protection System
          for Unmanned Aerial
          Vehicles
 137 ARMY TECHNICAL TEST             62,687       68,187       +5,500
      INSTRUMENTATION AND
      TARGETS
         Aberdeen Technology    ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Transfer Initiative
         Accelerator-Based      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Neutron Production
          Study
         White Sands Missile    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Range Film
          Elimination
 138 SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY         38,306       43,306       +5,000
      ANALYSIS
         Rotorcraft             ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Survivability
          Assessment Facility
 139 DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER           17,688       20,688       +3,000
      TEST FACILITY
         High Energy Laser      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Test Facility
          Upgrade
 148 TECHNICAL INFORMATION           32,237       42,237      +10,000
      ACTIVITIES
         Army High Performance  ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Computing Research
          Center
         Knowledge System and   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Relational Database
 149 MUNITIONS                       16,922       28,922      +12,000
      STANDARDIZATION,
      EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY
         Advanced Cluster       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Energetics (ACE)
         Aluminum Matrix        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Composite Technology
          Partnership--Muni-
          tions
         Medium Caliber Metal   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Parts Upgrade
         MEMS Technology        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Applications (Nano
          Consortium)
         Small and Medium       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Caliber Armor
          Piercing Ammunition
          Improvements
 152 MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT       114,297      116,297       +2,000
      PROGRAM
         HIMARS Command and     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Control
 153 WEAPONS CAPABILITY         ...........        9,000       +9,000
      MODIFICATIONS UAV
         Alternate Payload      ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Munition (AP-BLU)
         Guided Dispenser       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          System for Unmanned
          Aerial Vehicles
154a HIGH ALTITUDE AIRSHIP      ...........       17,500      +17,500
         Transfer from RDDW,    ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Line 29
         Conformal Embedded     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Rectennas for High
          Altitude Airships
         Hydrogen-Oxygen PEM    ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Regenerative Fuel
          Cell for High
          Altitude Airships
 155 ADV FIELD ARTILLERY             16,064       17,064       +1,000
      TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM
         Gun Display Unit-      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Replacement, Block
          II
 156 COMBAT VEHICLE                  12,030       17,030       +5,000
      IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
         Abrams M1A1 Vehicle    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Prognostics
          Development
 158 AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/        409,103      287,103     -122,000
      PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT
      PROGRAMS
         ACS Program Delay      ...........  ...........     -130,000
         Helicopter Autonomous  ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Landing System
          (HALS) for Black-
          hawks
 163 OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT           23,560       18,681       -4,879
      IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
         APKWS Simulator        ...........  ...........       -4,879
          Upgrade
 172 SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE        2,992        4,992       +2,000
      ACTIVITIES
         Portable Iris          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Enrollment and
          Recognition (PIER)
          Device
 173 INFORMATION SYSTEMS             22,903       23,903       +1,000
      SECURITY PROGRAM
         Retinal/Iris           ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Multimodal
          Biometrics
          Technology for
          Secure
          Identification
 174 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT           79,752       64,752      -15,000
      SYSTEM
         Funding Ahead of Need  ...........  ...........      -15,000
 179 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL       139,610      156,610      +17,000
      VEHICLES (JMIP)
         Small Platform Modern  ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Signal
          Communications
          Intelligence
          (COMINT)
         Tactical               ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Hyperspectral
          Imaging System for
          the Shadow UAV
         Tactical Unmanned      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Aerial Vehicle
          Testing and
          Engineering Support
         UAV to Soldier Real    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Time Video Link
 183 END ITEM INDUSTRIAL             68,505      112,005      +43,500
      PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES
         Advanced Modeling      ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Technology for
          Titanium Machining
          Initia- tive
         Electrodeposited       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Coatings Systems for
          Munitions
         Laser Engineered Net   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Shaping (LENS)
          Manufacturing
          Qualification
         Laser Peening for      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Army Helicopters
         Lean Munitions         ...........  ...........       +4,500
         Legacy Aerospace Gear  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Drive Re-engineering
          Initiative
         Low Cost Domestic      ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Titanium Reduction
          to Powder Initiative
         Manufacturing          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Metrology for Weapon
          System Production
          and Sustainment
         Manufacturing Systems  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Demonstration
         Materials Joining for  ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Army Weapons Systems
         Packaging and          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Interconnection
          Technology
         Super-pulse Laser      ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Processing
          Technology
         Virtual Parts          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Engineering Research
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    Optical Combat Identification System [OCIDS].--Last year, 
Congress provided the Army an additional $5,000,000 to support 
a laser-based concept holding great promise for countering the 
continuing problem of fratricide. The fiscal year 2005 funding 
will support a demonstration of the capability in an Advanced 
Concept Technology Demonstration [ACTD]. The laser-based OCIDS 
meets or exceeds the current combat identification system 
performance specifications and provides for interoperability 
between vehicles, aircraft, and dismounted soldiers. The 
Committee remains highly interested in rapidly demonstrating 
and producing a system to counter the killing or injury of 
friendly forces that continues to plague American and coalition 
forces and recommends an additional $2,000,000 for this 
program. Given the urgency of equipping soldiers and Marines in 
the field with an affordable interoperable system on an 
expedited basis, the Secretaries of the Army and the Navy are 
directed to monitor the scheduled ACTD and to report the 
results to the congressional defense committees no later than 
December 15, 2005. The report shall include plans for future 
OCIDS funding with consideration of requesting funds in the 
next supplemental budget request prepared for submission to 
Congress.
    Transportable Controlled Detonation Chamber for Destruction 
of Chemical Agents and Weapons.--To the extent the Department 
of Army decides to accelerate the final certification of the 
transportable Controlled Detonation Chamber technology, the 
Committee urges the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for 
Environment, Safety and Occupational Health to perform a 
portion of the final development and operation testing for this 
technology at Camp Sibert in Alabama. This technology has 
unique capabilities for supplementing existing destruction 
technologies at sites where buried chemical weapons are found.
    Telemedicine and Surgical Innovation Research.--Robotic 
telesurgery has been recognized as a technology that holds 
great promise to improve access to and quality of medical care 
delivered to the warfighter. The Committee, therefore, includes 
$2,000,000 to initiate advanced telesurgery research for 
improved medical simulation and training for military 
personnel.
    Future Combat System [FCS].--The fiscal year 2006 budget 
submission for the Army's FCS program totals $3,404,770,000. 
The submission includes $3,065,629,000 for Armored System 
Modernization, $231,554,000 for the Non-Line of Sight Launch 
System and $107,587,000 for the Non-Line of Sight Cannon. The 
FCS program is the largest acquisition program in Army history 
and is designed to provide a new generation of 18 manned and 
unmanned ground vehicles, sensors, and munitions linked by an 
advanced information network.
    The Committee remains very supportive of the FCS program 
and commends the Department of the Army in its effort to 
restructure the business aspects of the FCS program. The 
restructuring includes enhancing government oversight by 
transitioning the contract from an Other Transaction Agreement 
[OTA] to a Federal Acquisition Regulation-based contract and 
revising the contract fee structure. The Committee believes the 
increased scrutiny and accountability achieved by this 
restructuring are vital to continued success of a program of 
this size and complexity.
    The Committee, however, is concerned with the amount of 
program overhead and management reserve included in the FCS 
budget. Of note, the budget request includes over $100,000,000 
for the purpose of program withholds and ``other'' taxes 
contrary to normal budget practices, including funds in 
anticipation of congressional reductions. As a result, the 
Committee recommends a total of $3,304,770,000 for the FCS 
program in fiscal year 2005, a reduction of $100,000,000 from 
the requested amount.
    Consistent with prior fiscal years, the Committee directs 
that each project within the Armored Systems Modernization line 
be designated as a special interest item subject to prior 
approval reprogramming procedures.
    Landmine Alternatives.--The Committee supports the non-
self-destruct landmine alternative and the Intelligent 
Munitions System. The intent in initiating these programs was 
to develop technologies to replace anti-personnel landmines 
that cannot distinguish between an innocent civilian and an 
enemy combatant. For this reason, the Committee believes it is 
essential that these systems be designed to utilize a man-in-
the-loop, discriminating capability. The Committee, however, is 
extremely concerned about a proposed optional feature that 
could enable such systems to be activated indiscriminately by 
the victim. The Committee, therefore, directs the Secretary of 
the Army to conduct a review of the potential indiscriminate 
effects of such a feature, and to submit a report to the 
congressional defense committees detailing the findings of this 
review prior to any full rate production decision for these 
systems. The report shall also detail plans for carrying out 
these programs.
    Remote Weapons Station--Protector [RWS-P].--The Committee 
is aware of the success of the RWS-P as part of the Army 
Stryker Program. RWS-P has been battle proven in Iraq and has 
consistently exceeded reliability requirements. The Army and 
Special Operations Command [SOCOM] are pursuing the inclusion 
of the RWS-P system on other ground mounted vehicles such as 
the HMMWV. The Committee supports this initiative and 
encourages the accelerated fielding of the RWS-P in order to 
provide this capability to the operating forces.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $17,043,812,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  18,037,991,000
House allowance.........................................  18,481,862,000
Committee recommendation................................  18,557,904,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$18,557,904,000. This is $519,913,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
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                  RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, NAVY

     BASIC RESEARCH
     UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                            75,910          92,410          79,410          +3,500         -13,000
     IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                                   15,500          15,500          18,500          +3,000          +3,000
     DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                                 356,885         372,785         372,385         +15,500            -400
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                               448,295         480,695         470,295         +22,000         -10,400

     APPLIED RESEARCH
     POWER PROJECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                                          94,148         114,098         123,648         +29,500          +9,550
     FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                                         101,650         125,150         141,650         +40,000         +16,500
     MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY                                      37,590          37,590          39,090          +1,500          +1,500
     MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY                     ..............  ..............           2,500          +2,500          +2,500
     COMMON PICTURE APPLIED RESEARCH                                            57,693          70,393         112,193         +54,500         +41,800
     WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                                    82,856         107,500         101,856         +19,000          -5,644
     RF SYSTEMS APPLIED RESEARCH                                                47,302          59,002          60,802         +13,500          +1,800
     OCEAN WARFIGHTING ENVIRONMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                             49,793          64,393          52,293          +2,500         -12,100
     JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS APPLIED RESEARCH                                   6,000          10,000           6,000  ..............          -4,000
     UNDERSEA WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                                          71,362          78,362          83,162         +11,800          +4,800
     MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                            49,520          49,520          50,520          +1,000          +1,000
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                             597,914         716,008         773,714        +175,800         +57,706

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
     POWER PROJECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                       82,538         112,638         135,538         +53,000         +22,900
     FORCE PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                       71,488         157,388         125,988         +54,500         -31,400
     COMMON PICTURE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                         60,589          71,389          67,989          +7,400          -3,400
     WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                 68,540          95,495          87,040         +18,500          -8,455
     RF SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                             75,070          95,070          90,070         +15,000          -5,000
     MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION (ATD)                       56,434          82,134          80,634         +24,200          -1,500
     JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                             2,394           2,394           2,394  ..............  ..............
     NAVY TECHNICAL INFORMATION PRESENTATION SYSTEM                            187,943         189,443         175,943         -12,000         -13,500
     WARFIGHTER PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                  16,068          60,768          29,568         +13,500         -31,200
     UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                       27,603          30,103          30,603          +3,000            +500
     NAVY WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS                            49,288          49,288          49,288  ..............  ..............
     MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                         31,897          35,097          33,897          +2,000          -1,200
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                              729,852         981,207         908,952        +179,100         -72,255

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
     AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS                                            27,094          29,594          30,594          +3,500          +1,000
     AVIATION SURVIVABILITY                                                      6,255          41,455          27,605         +21,350         -13,850
     DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL                                       41,464          41,464          41,464  ..............  ..............
     ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                                     7,050          12,050          16,050          +9,000          +4,000
     TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE                                            3,938           3,938           3,938  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY                                         30,166          36,166          30,166  ..............          -6,000
     SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTERMEASURES                            122,122         122,122         121,122          -1,000          -1,000
     SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE                                               47,039          53,039          53,039          +6,000  ..............
     CARRIER SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                               167,823         169,823         167,823  ..............          -2,000
     SHIPBOARD SYSTEM COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT                                     22,150          43,550          44,900         +22,750          +1,350
     PILOT FISH                                                                141,369         141,369         141,369  ..............  ..............
     RETRACT LARCH                                                              82,717          82,717          82,717  ..............  ..............
     RETRACT JUNIPER                                                            54,887          54,887          54,887  ..............  ..............
     RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL                                                        1,845           1,845           1,845  ..............  ..............
     SURFACE ASW                                                                17,343          23,343          21,843          +4,500          -1,500
     SSGN CONVERSION                                                            24,020          28,520          24,020  ..............          -4,500
     ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT                                     162,953         182,953         162,953  ..............         -20,000
     SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEMS                                          7,125           7,125           7,125  ..............  ..............
     SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED DESIGN                                               11,899          15,899          20,899          +9,000          +5,000
     SHIP PRELIMINARY DESIGN & FEASIBILITY STUDIES                              27,021          27,021          27,021  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                            168,373         168,373         168,373  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS                                 ..............           6,000  ..............  ..............          -6,000
     CHALK EAGLE                                                               116,230         116,230         116,230  ..............  ..............
     LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)                                                576,454         581,954         581,454          +5,000            -500
     COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                                                  76,975          82,975          91,975         +15,000          +9,000
     CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                                     36,940          36,940          36,940  ..............  ..............
     MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES                                             253,675         253,675         253,675  ..............  ..............
     MARINE CORPS MINE/COUNTERMEASURES SYSTEMS--ADV DEV                          3,265           3,265           3,265  ..............  ..............
     MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM                                     500           3,000          15,500         +15,000         +12,500
     JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                               34,418          23,218          34,418  ..............         +11,200
     COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT                                                     88,135         103,135          88,135  ..............         -15,000
     OCEAN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                   24,620          24,620          24,620  ..............  ..............
     ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION                                                   21,977          24,977          27,377          +5,400          +2,400
     NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM                                                         1,595           3,595          13,095         +11,500          +9,500
     FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT                                                      4,158           6,158           5,658          +1,500            -500
     CHALK CORAL                                                                52,769          52,769          52,769  ..............  ..............
     NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY                                                  8,909          24,009          10,909          +2,000         -13,100
     RETRACT MAPLE                                                             308,708         308,708         308,708  ..............  ..............
     LINK PLUMERIA                                                              81,723          79,823          81,723  ..............          +1,900
     RETRACT ELM                                                                57,036          57,036          57,036  ..............  ..............
     SHIP SELF DEFENSE                                                           9,592           9,592           9,592  ..............  ..............
     LINK EVERGREEN                                                             58,153          58,153          58,153  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL PROCESSES                                                          47,908          47,908          47,908  ..............  ..............
     NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                              10,335          10,335          10,335  ..............  ..............
     LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY                                                     14,195          72,695          38,195         +24,000         -34,500
     NONLETHAL WEAPONS (DEM/VAL)                                                43,981          48,981          43,981  ..............          -5,000
     ALL SERVICE COMBAT IDENTIFICATION EVALUATION TEAM                          15,696          15,696          15,696  ..............  ..............
     JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS (DEM/VAL)                     39,260          39,260          39,260  ..............  ..............
     SINGLE INTEGRATED AIR PICTURE (SIAP) SYSTEM ENGINEER                       36,721          36,721          36,721  ..............  ..............
     COUNTER-DRUG RDT&E PROJECTS                                        ..............           3,400          11,000         +11,000          +7,600
     TACTICAL AIR DIRECTIONAL INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES                           9,956           9,956           9,956  ..............  ..............
     SPACE & ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) ARCHITECTURE/ENGINE                       44,469          35,950          44,469  ..............          +8,519
     HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM (HDBTDS)               ..............  ..............          12,000         +12,000         +12,000
     JOINT WARFARE TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMS                                      23,385          23,385          23,385  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                                 3,276,391       3,491,372       3,453,891        +177,500         -37,481

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
     OTHER HELO DEVELOPMENT                                                     81,112          81,112          81,112  ..............  ..............
     AV-8B AIRCRAFT--ENG DEV                                                    15,556          15,556          15,556  ..............  ..............
     STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT                                                      84,308          81,308          86,308          +2,000          +5,000
     MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT                               48,144          50,144          48,144  ..............          -2,000
     AIR/OCEAN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING                                             4,558           4,558           4,558  ..............  ..............
     P-3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                                                   7,401          11,101           8,401          +1,000          -2,700
     WARFARE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                                      2,275           2,275           2,275  ..............  ..............
     TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM                                                    51,177          64,177          56,177          +5,000          -8,000
     ADVANCED HAWKEYE                                                          629,682         629,682         579,682         -50,000         -50,000
     H-1 UPGRADES                                                               42,012          42,012          42,012  ..............  ..............
     ACOUSTIC SEARCH SENSORS                                                    29,522          38,522          29,522  ..............          -9,000
     V-22A                                                                     206,376         206,376         206,376  ..............  ..............
     AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                               10,902          14,102          10,902  ..............          -3,200
     EA-18                                                                     409,097         400,000         409,097  ..............          +9,097
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                             42,667          42,667          45,167          +2,500          +2,500
     VHXX EXECUTIVE HELO DEVELOPMENT                                           935,932         935,932         935,932  ..............  ..............
     JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM--NAVY (JTRS-NAVY)                             250,766         204,000         220,766         -30,000         +16,766
     SC-21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM ENGINEERING                                     1,114,791         757,000       1,127,791         +13,000        +370,791
     SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING                               216,313         233,313         220,313          +4,000         -13,000
     LPD-17 CLASS SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                                           11,443          11,443          11,443  ..............  ..............
     SMALL DIAMETER BOMB (SDB)                                                   9,965           9,965           9,965  ..............  ..............
     STANDARD MISSILE IMPROVEMENTS                                             145,634         151,134         149,634          +4,000          -1,500
     AIRBORNE MCM                                                               54,659          54,659          54,659  ..............  ..............
     SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION                                          95,499         105,499         100,499          +5,000          -5,000
     AIR CONTROL                                                                10,151          10,151          13,151          +3,000          +3,000
     ENHANCED MODULAR SIGNAL PROCESSOR                                           1,079           1,079           1,079  ..............  ..............
     SHIPBOARD AVIATION SYSTEMS                                                 33,029          33,029          42,529          +9,500          +9,500
     COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER CONVERSION                                        6,908           7,908           6,908  ..............          -1,000
     NEW DESIGN SSN                                                            155,807         169,307         193,807         +38,000         +24,500
     SSN-21 DEVELOPMENTS                                                         2,928           2,928           2,928  ..............  ..............
     SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEM                                          40,690          42,690          47,690          +7,000          +5,000
     SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/LIVE FIRE T&E                                         55,672          58,672          55,672  ..............          -3,000
     NAVY TACTICAL COMPUTER RESOURCES                                            2,220           7,220           2,220  ..............          -5,000
     MINE DEVELOPMENT                                                           15,392          15,392          15,392  ..............  ..............
     LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO DEVELOPMENT                                            31,826          31,826          31,826  ..............  ..............
     JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                                8,880           8,880           8,880  ..............  ..............
     PERSONNEL, TRAINING, SIMULATION, AND HUMAN FACTORS                          3,097           6,097           3,097  ..............          -3,000
     BATTLE GROUP PASSIVE HORIZON EXTENSION SYSTEM                              18,456          34,456          22,456          +4,000         -12,000
     JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON SYSTEMS                                              13,517          13,517          13,517  ..............  ..............
     SHIP SELF DEFENSE (DETECT & CONTROL)                                       45,931          56,931          49,931          +4,000          -7,000
     SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: HARD KILL)                                      46,026          52,026          48,026          +2,000          -4,000
     SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: SOFT KILL/EW)                                   24,012          40,212          33,012          +9,000          -7,200
     INTELLIGENCE ENGINEERING                                                    5,002           5,002           5,002  ..............  ..............
     MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT                                                         7,202          42,702          26,702         +19,500         -16,000
     NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM                                                       52,717          52,717          47,717          -5,000          -5,000
     DISTRIBUTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                            54,256          58,256          54,256  ..............          -4,000
     JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)--EMD                                         2,393,013       2,399,213       2,269,013        -124,000        -130,200
     SMART CARD                                                                    715             715             715  ..............  ..............
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                         19,150          22,750          19,150  ..............          -3,600
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                         60,859          92,359          92,859         +32,000            +500
     MULTINATIONAL INFORMATION SHARING (MNIS)                                   33,557          22,000          33,557  ..............         +11,557
     CH-53X                                                                    271,941         271,941         271,941  ..............  ..............
     MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT (MMA)                                     964,067         964,067         964,067  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT                    8,877,891       8,670,580       8,833,391         -44,500        +162,811

     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                               23,918          23,918          23,918  ..............  ..............
     TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                                 52,963          41,555          52,963  ..............         +11,408
     MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                                       39,682          39,682          41,682          +2,000          +2,000
     STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT--NAVY                                          9,629          10,208           9,629  ..............            -579
     CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES                                                  49,891          49,891          49,891  ..............  ..............
     FLEET TACTICAL DEVELOPMENT                                                  2,266           2,266           2,266  ..............  ..............
     TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES                                                714           9,714          26,714         +26,000         +17,000
     MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL & INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                              44,847          42,604          44,847  ..............          +2,243
     STRATEGIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                                 3,451           3,451           3,451  ..............  ..............
     RDT&E SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT                                    63,508          63,508          63,508  ..............  ..............
     RDT&E INSTRUMENTATION MODERNIZATION                                         1,632           1,632           1,632  ..............  ..............
     RDT&E SHIP AND AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                            77,131          77,131          77,131  ..............  ..............
     TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                               320,133         320,133         320,133  ..............  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CAPABILITY                                 13,101          13,101          13,101  ..............  ..............
     NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) SUPPORT                             2,829           2,829           2,829  ..............  ..............
     SEW SURVEILLANCE/RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT                                    13,030          13,030          13,030  ..............  ..............
     MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT                                          28,224          38,224          30,224          +2,000          -8,000
     SERVICE SUPPORT TO JFCOM, JNTC                                             10,000          18,500          10,000  ..............          -8,500
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           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                     756,949         771,377         786,949         +30,000         +15,572

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
     STRATEGIC SUB & WEAPONS SYSTEM SUPPORT                                     90,022          95,022          95,022          +5,000  ..............
     SSBN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                           44,063          44,063          44,063  ..............  ..............
     SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                      8,527           9,527           8,527  ..............          -1,000
     NAVY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS                                              31,443          38,143          31,443  ..............          -6,700
     RAPID TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION (RTT)                                          24,653          28,653          24,653  ..............          -4,000
     F/A-18 SQUADRONS                                                           88,720          88,720          90,720          +2,000          +2,000
     E-2 SQUADRONS                                                               2,256          15,756           6,256          +4,000          -9,500
     FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS (TACTICAL)                                        32,694          32,694          34,694          +2,000          +2,000
     TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK MISSION PLANNING CENTER (TMPC)                       20,342          28,342          26,342          +6,000          -2,000
     INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                             23,453          25,453          29,453          +6,000          +4,000
     AMPHIBIOUS TACTICAL SUPPORT UNITS                                           4,768           4,768           4,768  ..............  ..............
     CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                  42,248          43,248          42,248  ..............          -1,000
     CRYPTOLOGIC DIRECT SUPPORT                                                  1,422           1,422           1,422  ..............  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) READINESS SUPPORT                                  13,987          13,987          13,987  ..............  ..............
     HARM IMPROVEMENT                                                           90,832          97,332          80,832         -10,000         -16,500
     TACTICAL DATA LINKS                                                        86,364          86,364          86,364  ..............  ..............
     SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                                       4,519          18,019           4,519  ..............         -13,500
     MK-48 ADCAP                                                                21,619          21,619          21,619  ..............  ..............
     AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS                                                      81,546          94,546          83,546          +2,000         -11,000
     NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM                                             3,917           3,917           3,917  ..............  ..............
     OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                          64,054          64,054          64,054  ..............  ..............
     MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                       237,081         264,381         243,781          +6,700         -20,600
     MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS SYSTEMS                         48,409          71,909          68,009         +19,600          -3,900
     MARINE CORPS COMBAT SERVICES SUPPORT                                       10,476          15,476          15,476          +5,000  ..............
     TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                                       9,384           9,384           9,384  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM)                           3,584           3,584           3,584  ..............  ..............
     SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)                                          541,980         450,980         541,980  ..............         +91,000
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                                       28,660          20,700          28,660  ..............          +7,960
     JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM (JC2)                                     5,000           5,000           5,000  ..............  ..............
     COBRA JUDY                                                                121,261         121,261         121,261  ..............  ..............
     NAVY METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEAN SENSORS--SPACE (METOC)                        9,122          11,122           9,122  ..............          -2,000
     JOINT C4ISR BATTLE CENTER (JBC)                                            55,326          49,326          55,326  ..............          +6,000
     JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS                                        4,290           4,290           4,290  ..............  ..............
     TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                                          99,349         106,799         115,162         +15,813          +8,363
     AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                            27,918          27,918          36,068          +8,150          +8,150
     MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                              21,322          22,322          21,322  ..............          -1,000
     DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                                          12,354          16,354          12,354  ..............          -4,000
     AERIAL COMMON SENSOR (ACS) (JMIP)                                         133,642         134,642          13,642        -120,000        -121,000
     MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT                                             6,812           6,812           6,812  ..............  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                                 10,012          13,012          10,012  ..............          -3,000
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                    57,753          62,753          57,753  ..............          -5,000
     MARITIME TECHNOLOGY (MARITECH)                                     ..............  ..............           4,000          +4,000          +4,000
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           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                            2,225,184       2,273,674       2,181,447         -43,737         -92,227

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                     1,125,515       1,096,949       1,149,265         +23,750         +52,316
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           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, NAVY                  18,037,991      18,481,862      18,557,904        +519,913         +76,042
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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             2006 budget   recommen-      budget
                                    estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH             75,910       79,410       +3,500
      INITIATIVES
         Center for             ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Southeastern
          Tropical Advanced
          Remote Sensing
          (CSTARS)
         Multifunctional        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Materials for Naval
          Structures
   2 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY             15,500       18,500       +3,000
      INDEPENDENT RESEARCH
         Navy S&T Outreach      ...........  ...........       +3,000
   3 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES      356,885      372,385      +15,500
         Bio-Inspired           ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Materials--Applicati
          ons in Catalysis,
          Magnetics,
          Electronics and
          Medicine
         Nanoelectronics and    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Nanometrology
          Initiative
         Neurobiologically      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Inspired
          Computational
          Architectures and
          Methodologies
         Rotational Molded      ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Double Wall Hull
          Using Thermo-Plastic
          Cross-Link Material
         UNOLS Research Vessel  ...........  ...........       +4,000
   4 POWER PROJECTION APPLIED        94,148      123,648      +29,500
      RESEARCH
         Aircraft Carrier       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Surveillance System
         Combustion Light Gas   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Gun
         Free Electron Laser    ...........  ...........       +5,000
         MDETEC                 ...........  ...........       +1,000
         Multi-Sensor           ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Hyperspectral System
          for Day/Night
          Reconnaissance
         Silver Fox Unmanned    ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Aerial Vehicle
         Thermal Management     ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Systems for High
          Density Electronics
   5 FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED       101,650      141,650      +40,000
      RESEARCH
         Advanced Fusion        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Processor
         High Efficiency Quiet  ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Electric Drive
         High Frequency         ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Acoustic Signal
          Processor System
         Lithium Ion Battery    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          for Multiple Navy
          Aircraft (J-UCAS & T-
          45 Trainer)
         Magnetic               ...........  ...........       +3,200
          Refrigeration
          Technology for Naval
          Applications
         Nano-magnetic          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Materials for Future
          Military Propulsion
          and Energy Systems
         NAVAIR Corrosion       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Modeling Software
          Project
         PEM Fuel Cell for      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Vehicle Sensors
         PMRF Force Protection  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Lab
         Polymeric Aircraft     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Components
         Small Watercraft       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Propulsion
          Demonstrator
         Undersea Perimeter     ...........  ...........       +2,300
          Security Technology
         Unmanned Sea Surface   ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Vehicles for
          Maritime Missions
   6 MARINE CORPS LANDING            37,590       39,090       +1,500
      FORCE TECHNOLOGY
         Advanced Lead Acid     ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Battery Development
          for Military
          Vehicles
   8 MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS     ...........        2,500       +2,500
      AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
         Agile Manufacturing    ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Center for Castings
          Technology--Keyport
          Naval Base
   9 COMMON PICTURE APPLIED          57,693      112,193      +54,500
      RESEARCH
         AIREP                  ...........  ...........       +6,500
         Critical Area          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Protection Systems
          High Resolution
          Situational
          Awareness
         M2C2                   ...........  ...........       +7,000
         NAIF                   ...........  ...........       +6,000
         SensorNet              ...........  ...........      +25,000
         Theater Undersea       ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Warfare Initiative
         Webster Integration    ...........  ...........       +2,000
  10 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT          82,856      101,856      +19,000
      APPLIED RESEARCH
         Seabasing Research     ...........  ...........       -7,500
         Training Technologies  ...........  ...........       -3,000
          Program Execution
         Advanced Fouling and   ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Corrosion Control
          Coatings
         Automated Video        ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Threat Recognition
         Biosensor of Defense   ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Applications
         Friction Stir Welding  ...........  ...........       +2,000
         Intelligent            ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Processing of
          Multifunctional
          Composite Materials
         Methane Desalination   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Systems
         Multifunction          ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Composites for Next
          Navy Seaframes
         Optimizing Adaptive    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Warrior Performance
         Rapid Detection of     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Biowarfare Agents in
          Water
         Transportable          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Transponder Landing
          System
  11 RF SYSTEMS APPLIED              47,302       60,802      +13,500
      RESEARCH
         Advanced Microwave     ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Ferrite Research for
          RF Systems
         Gallium Nitride RF     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Power Technology
         Maritime Synthetic     ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Range
         Pacific-Theater Data   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Fusion Testbed
  12 OCEAN WARFIGHTING               49,793       52,293       +2,500
      ENVIRONMENT APPLIED
      RESEARCH
         Integrated Littoral    ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Sensor Network
  14 UNDERSEA WARFARE APPLIED        71,362       83,162      +11,800
      RESEARCH
         Acoustic Littoral      ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Glider System
         High Power, High Duty  ...........  ...........       +3,300
          Transducers
         MEMS-IMU for an        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Advanced Underwater
          Sensor
  15 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY          49,520       50,520       +1,000
      WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH
         Program Execution      ...........  ...........       -3,000
         Coordinated,           ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Heterogeneous Teams
          of Unmanned Vehicles
         Hyperspectral Imager   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          for the Coastal
          Ocean
  16 POWER PROJECTION ADVANCED       82,538      135,538      +53,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Advanced Panoramic     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Sensor Systems for
          Unmanned Aerial
          Vehicles
         Articulated Stable     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Ocean Platform
         Bow Lifting Body Ship  ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Research
         Excalibur Unmanned     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Combat Aerial
          Vehicle
         Expeditionary Craft    ...........  ...........       +9,000
         High Speed Anti-       ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Radiation
          Demonstration--Airfr
          ame/Propulsion
          Section
         Information Sharing    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          for ISR Targeting
          and Engagement of
          Mobile Targets
         Long Wavelength Array  ...........  ...........       +5,000
         Low-Power Polymer      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Based Infrared
          Technology
         Quiet High-Speed       ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Propulsion
         Smart Instrument       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Development for the
          Magdalena Ridge
          Observatory
  17 FORCE PROTECTION ADVANCED       71,488      125,988      +54,500
      TECHNOLOGY
         Agile Port and High    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Speed Ship
          Technology
         Copper-Ceramic Solid   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Oxide Fuel Cell
          Technology
         High Performance       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Sandwich Panel
          Construction
         High Temperature       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Superconducting
          Generators
         Large Unmanned         ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Undersea Vehicle
          Test Bed
         Mobile Manufacturing   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          and Repair Cell
         Planar Solid Oxide     ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Fuel Cell Cluster
          Demonstration
         Pure Hydrogen Supply   ...........  ...........       +1,500
          from Logistics Fuel
         Remote Energetic       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Material
          Manufacturing for
          Pyrotechnic Infrared
          Decoys
         Ship Service Fuel      ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Cell
         Unmanned Force         ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Augmentation System
         Wide Bandgap           ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Semiconductor
          Substrate Materials
         Wireless Sensor        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          System
  18 COMMON PICTURE ADVANCED         60,589       67,989       +7,400
      TECHNOLOGY
         CUSAS                  ...........  ...........       +3,400
         Improved Shipboard     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Combat Information
  19 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT          68,540       87,040      +18,500
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
         Automated Container    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          and Cargo Handling
          System
         Defense Systems        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Modernization and
          Sustainment
          Initiative
         HEET                   ...........  ...........       +4,500
         Protective Apparel     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Technology Systems
         Wireless Sensors for   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Navy Aircraft
  20 RF SYSTEMS ADVANCED             75,070       90,070      +15,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         APY-6 Real-time        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Precision Targeting
          Radar
         Common Affordable      ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Radar Processor
         Joint Electronic       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Attack Unmanned
          Vehicles
  21 MARINE CORPS ADVANCED           56,434       80,634      +24,200
      TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION
      (ATD)
         Armored Patrol         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Vehicle
         Expeditionary Unit     ...........  ...........      +11,000
          Water Purification
          II
         Laser Integrated       ...........  ...........       +5,200
          Target Engagement
          System
         Marine Air-Ground      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Task Force
          Situational
          Awareness
         Mobile Fire Support    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          System--Dragonfire
          II
  24 NAVY TECHNICAL                 187,943      175,943      -12,000
      INFORMATION PRESENTATION
      SYSTEM
         Program Growth         ...........  ...........      -20,000
         Modeling and           ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Simulation for Urban
          Operations
  25 WARFIGHTER PROTECTION           16,068       29,568      +13,500
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
         High Speed Blood and   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Fluid Transfusion
          Equipment
         Integrated Warfighter  ...........  ...........       +7,500
          BioDefense Program
         Tissue and Limb        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Transplantation
          Medical Technology
          Development
  26 UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED       27,603       30,603       +3,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Hawaii Undersea        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Vehicle Test and
          Training Environment
         SAUVIM                 ...........  ...........       +1,000
  29 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY          31,897       33,897       +2,000
      WARFARE ADVANCED
      TECHNOLOGY
         Visual Integrated      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Bridge System
  30 AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL              27,094       30,594       +3,500
      APPLICATIONS
         3D Certification of    ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Multibeam Array and
          Processing System
         Littoral Acoustic      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Demonstration Center
  31 AVIATION SURVIVABILITY           6,255       27,605      +21,350
         Agile Laser Eye        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Goggle Protection
         Aviation Fire          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Suppression
          Production Alignment
         Integrated Manifold    ...........  ...........       +6,000
          and Tube Ceramic
          Oxygen Generator
         Intelligent Control    ...........  ...........       +4,350
          Systems for SWARM
          Unmanned Aerial
          Vehicles
         Rotocraft External     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Airbag Protection
          System
         Silver Fox Unmanned    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Aerial Vehicle
  33 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT          7,050       16,050       +9,000
         Electro-Optic Passive  ...........  ...........       +8,000
          ASW (EPAS)
         Lithium Battery        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Sonobuoy Packs
  36 SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER      122,122      121,122       -1,000
      MINE COUNTERMEASURES
         EMNS Contract Award    ...........  ...........       -3,000
          Delay
         Surface Navy           ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Integrated Undersea
          Tactical Technology
  37 SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO            47,039       53,039       +6,000
      DEFENSE
         Anti Torpedo Torpedo   ...........  ...........       +3,000
         Integrated Multi-      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Platform Sonar
          System
  39 SHIPBOARD SYSTEM                22,150       44,900      +22,750
      COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT
         Amorphous Metal        ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Permanent Magnet
          Generator
         Carbon Foam Program    ...........  ...........       +2,250
         High Temperature       ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Superconductor AC
          Synchronous Navy
          Propulsion Motor
         MTTC/IPI and National  ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Surface Treatment
          Center
         Water Mist Fire        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Protection Systems
  44 SURFACE ASW                     17,343       21,843       +4,500
         Improved Surface       ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Vessel Torpedo
          Launcher
  46 ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM      162,953      162,953  ............
      DEVELOPMENT
         Program Reduction      ...........  ...........      -20,000
         SSGN/Unmanned          ...........  ...........      +20,000
          Undersea Vehicle
          Integration Program
  48 SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED           11,899       20,899       +9,000
      DESIGN
         Autonomous Maritime    ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Navigation Program
         Security Video         ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Distribution System
          for Shipboard Force
          Protection
  53 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP           576,454      581,454       +5,000
      (LCS)
         Remote Operation of    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Active Sonar
          Technology
  54 COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION       76,975       91,975      +15,000
         Transportable Laser    ...........  ...........      +13,000
          Induced Plasma
          Channel
         Trouble Report         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Information Data
          Warehouse
  58 MARINE CORPS GROUND                500       15,500      +15,000
      COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM
         Anti-Sniper Infrared   ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Targeting System
         Marine Expeditionary   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Rifle Squad
         Neutralizing Facility  ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Threats with Novel
          Technology
         Urban Operations       ...........  ...........       +5,500
          Environmental
          Laboratory
  62 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION        21,977       27,377       +5,400
         Coatings and           ...........  ...........       +2,400
          Polymeric Films
          Development for
          Naval Applications
         Integrated Marine      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Mammal Monitoring
          and Protection
          System
  63 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM              1,595       13,095      +11,500
         One Megawatt Molten    ...........  ...........       +7,500
          Carbonate Fuel Cell
          Demonstrator--Pearl
          Harbor Naval Station
         One Megawatt Molten    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Carbonate Fuel Cell
          Demonstrator--Camp
          Pendleton
  64 FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT           4,158        5,658       +1,500
         Playas                 ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Instrumentation
          Network Design and
          Development
  66 NAVY LOGISTIC                    8,909       10,909       +2,000
      PRODUCTIVITY
         AIT-Enabled Aviation   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Pack-up Kit
  74 LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY          14,195       38,195      +24,000
         Ballistic Trajectory   ...........  ...........      +12,000
          Extended Range
          Munition Program
         Mk 57mm Gun/Ammo       ...........  ...........      +12,000
          Transition and Start-
          Up
  79 COUNTERDRUG RDT&E          ...........       11,000      +11,000
      PROJECTS
         76mm Super Rapid       ...........  ...........         +500
          Medium Caliber Gun
          for Littoral Combat
          Ships
         Athena Beta Site       ...........  ...........       +7,500
         Research of Frequency  ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Selective Surfaces
          and Thermal
          Signatures--INL
  81 HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED     ...........       12,000      +12,000
      TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM
      (HDBTDS) PROGRAM
         Submarine Launched     ...........  ...........      +12,000
          Intermediate Range
          Ballistic Missile
  86 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT           84,308       86,308       +2,000
         Advanced Virtual Test  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          System Project
  89 P-3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM        7,401        8,401       +1,000
         Personal Digital       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Assistant
          Maintenance
          Application Project
  91 TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM         51,177       56,177       +5,000
         Logistics Common       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Operating Picture
         Naval Special Warfare  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          UUV Sensors and C2--
          STTR
  92 ADVANCED HAWKEYE               629,682      579,682      -50,000
         Program Execution      ...........  ...........      -50,000
  98 ELECTRONIC WARFARE              42,667       45,167       +2,500
      DEVELOPMENT
         Infrared Signature     ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Reduction to
          Mitigate Terrorist
          Missile Threats
 100 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO           250,766      220,766      -30,000
      SYSTEM--NAVY (JTRS-NAVY)
         Airborne Maritime/     ...........  ...........      -30,000
          Fixed JTRS
 101 SC-21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM      1,114,791    1,127,791      +13,000
      ENGINEERING
         Naval Smartships that  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Anticipate and
          Manage
         Permanent Magnet       ...........  ...........      +11,000
          Motor
 102 SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT       216,313      220,313       +4,000
      SYSTEM ENGINEERING
         Silicon Carbide        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Monolithic Microwave
          Integrated Circuit
          (MMIC) Program
 106 STANDARD MISSILE               145,634      149,634       +4,000
      IMPROVEMENTS
         MK 41 Vertical         ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Launching System
          Open Architecture
 108 SSN-688 AND TRIDENT             95,499      100,499       +5,000
      MODERNIZATION
         Improved Submarine     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Towed Array Handler
          and Reliability
 109 AIR CONTROL                     10,151       13,151       +3,000
         Transportable          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Transponder Landing
          System
 111 SHIPBOARD AVIATION              33,029       42,529       +9,500
      SYSTEMS
         Aircraft Carrier       ...........  ...........       +6,500
          Aviation
          Modernization
         Machine Vision         ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Confirmation of
          Launch Bar
          Engagement Sys-  tem
         Synthetic Material     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Arresting Gear Cable
 113 NEW DESIGN SSN                 155,807      193,807      +38,000
         Multi-Mission Module-- ...........  ...........      +30,000
          Virginia Class SSN
         Network Centric        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Capability
          Technology Insertion
         Submarine COTS Web     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Enabled Services
          Toolkit
 115 SUBMARINE TACTICAL              40,690       47,690       +7,000
      WARFARE SYSTEM
         Automated Submarine    ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Command and Control
          Center
         Submarine Open         ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Architecture
          Technology Insertion
 124 BATTLE GROUP PASSIVE            18,456       22,456       +4,000
      HORIZON EXTENSION SYSTEM
         COBLU--Network         ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Centric Warfare
          Enhancement
 126 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (DETECT       45,931       49,931       +4,000
      CONTROL)
         Autonomous Unmanned    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Surface Vessel
 127 SHIP SELF DEFENSE               46,026       48,026       +2,000
      (ENGAGE: HARD KILL)
         Phalanx CIWS Next      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Generation and
          Lightweight Mount
 128 SHIP SELF DEFENSE               24,012       33,012       +9,000
      (ENGAGE: SOFT KILL/EW)
         NULKA Decoy System     ...........  ...........       +4,000
         Sea Raptor             ...........  ...........       +5,000
 130 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT              7,202       26,702      +19,500
         Bioadhesion Research   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          to Combat Biological
          Warfare
         Hemoglobin-Based       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Oxygen Carrier
          Research
         Hemostatic             ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Therapeutic Trials
         Multivalent Dengue     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Vaccine Program
         Non-Invasive Vectored  ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Vaccine Research
         On-demand Custom Body  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Implants/Prosthesis
          for Injured
          Personnel
         RescueStreamer         ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Distress Signal
 131 NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM            52,717       47,717       -5,000
         Mode 5 Prototype       ...........  ...........       -5,000
          Hardware and Crypto
          Module Delay
 133 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER         2,393,013    2,269,013     -124,000
      (JSF)--EMD
         Program Adjustment     ...........  ...........     -124,000
 136 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY          60,859       92,859      +32,000
      DEVELOPMENT
         Condition-Based        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Maintenance Enabling
          Technologies Program
         Digitization,          ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Integration and
          Analyst Access of
          NCIS Investigative
          Files
         Integration of         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Logistics
          Information for
          Knowledge Projection
          and Readiness
          Assessment
         Internet Chat Relay    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Upgrade
         Next Generation        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Networking
          Electronic Medical
          Record Project
         SPAWAR Information     ...........  ...........      +18,000
          Technology Center
 144 MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT            39,682       41,682       +2,000
         Integrating Navy RDTE  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          and Training
          Resources to
          Accelerate
          Transformation of
          the Fleet
 149 TECHNICAL INFORMATION              714       26,714      +26,000
      SERVICES
         HTDV                   ...........  ...........       +4,000
         Integrated             ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Manufacturing
          Enterprise Project
         JITC                   ...........  ...........       +9,000
         Pacific-Based Joint    ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Info Tech Center
 159 MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE       28,224       30,224       +2,000
      SUPPORT
         Detection and          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Recovery of
          Unexploded Ordinance
          (UXO) Brown Island--
          Camp LeJeune
 164 STRATEGIC SUB & WEAPONS         90,022       95,022       +5,000
      SYSTEM SUPPORT
         Thin-Plate Pure Lead   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Technology in
          Submarine Batteries
 169 F/A-18 SQUADRONS                88,720       90,720       +2,000
         Program Execution      ...........  ...........      -10,000
         F/A-18E/F Net Centric  ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Operations Upgrades
         Military Rapid         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Response Command
          Information System
 170 E-2 SQUADRONS                    2,256        6,256       +4,000
         Makaha Ridge FORCEnet  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Lab
 171 FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS        32,694       34,694       +2,000
      (TACTICAL)
         Floating Area Network  ...........  ...........       +2,000
 172 TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK           20,342       26,342       +6,000
      MISSION PLANNING CENTER
      (TMPC)
         Precision Terrain      ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Aided Tomahawk
          Navigation
 173 INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE         23,453       29,453       +6,000
      SYSTEM
         Fiber Optic Conformal  ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Acoustic Velocity
          System
 178 HARM IMPROVEMENT                90,832       80,832      -10,000
         APKWS Program          ...........  ...........      -10,000
          Curtailment
 182 AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS           81,546       83,546       +2,000
         Advanced Very          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Lightweight Avionics
          System for Airborne
          Platforms
         Smart Multi-           ...........  ...........       +1,000
          functional Corrosion
          Inhibiting Coatings
 185 MARINE CORPS                   237,081      243,781       +6,700
      COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
         JTRS Program Delay     ...........  ...........       -3,300
          and Restructure
         Critical               ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Infrastructure
          Protection Center
         Improved Ground Based  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Transportable Radar
         Marine Corps           ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Distributed Common
          Ground System and
          Net Centric Center
         Metadata               ...........  ...........       +1,500
 186 MARINE CORPS GROUND             48,409       68,009      +19,600
      COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS
      SYSTEMS
         Antioxidant            ...........  ...........         +600
          Micronutrients
          Program
         Expeditionary Fire     ...........  ...........       +5,500
          Support System
         Multi-Role             ...........  ...........       +9,500
          Intermediate Support
          Craft
         Ultrasonic             ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Consolidation of
          Embedded Sensors
 187 MARINE CORPS COMBAT             10,476       15,476       +5,000
      SERVICES SUPPORT
         Autonomic Logistics    ...........  ...........       +5,000
 201 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL        99,349      115,162      +15,813
      VEHICLES (JMIP)
         Marine Corps VUAV      ...........  ...........       -9,187
          Program Cancellation
         Advanced Airship       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Flying Laboratory,
          Phase II
         Fire Scout RQ-8B       ...........  ...........      +20,000
 203 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE         27,918       36,068       +8,150
      SYSTEMS (JMIP)
         Deployable UAV System  ...........  ...........       +6,500
          for Targeting
          Exploitation and
          Reconnaissance
          (DUSTER)
         Oblique Angle          ...........  ...........       +1,650
          Hyperspectral Image
          Fusion and Analysis
          for Change Detection
 206 AERIAL COMMON SENSOR           133,642       13,642     -120,000
      (ACS) (JMIP)
         ACS Program Delay      ...........  ...........     -120,000
 210 MARITIME TECHNOLOGY        ...........        4,000       +4,000
      (MARITECH)
         Navy Automatic         ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Identification
          Technology (AIT)
          Engineering Support
          Center
 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS          1,125,515    1,149,265      +23,750
         Classified Adjustment  ...........  ...........      +23,750
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    Construction of Navy Research Vessels.--The budget request 
includes $4,000,000 in the ``Research, Development, Test and 
Evaluation, Navy'' appropriation for design of the next 
generation of ocean research vessels for the University 
National Ocean Laboratory [UNOLS] fleet. The academic research 
community uses UNOLS vessels to conduct experiments and 
research for the Navy. The Committee is concerned with Navy 
plans to use basic research funds from the ``Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy'' appropriation to fund 
the construction of academic research vessels in fiscal year 
2007. While these vessels provide the Navy with a key research 
tool, such diversion of research funds would adversely affect 
the goals of the basic research funding activity.
    The Committee recommendation includes the $4,000,000, as 
requested, for design of the new research vessel in fiscal year 
2006. The Committee, however, directs the Navy to request the 
planned $25,000,000 in fiscal year 2007 for ship construction 
in the ``Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy'' appropriation. The 
Committee expects the Navy will continue to use this account to 
provide for the recapitalization of the UNOLS fleet in the 
Future Years Defense Plan.
    Photonics Prototyping Facility.--Due to financial 
constraints, the Committee is no longer able to provide funding 
for the photonics prototyping facility. If the Navy is unable 
to continue support for the facility with its internal 
resources, the Committee directs the Navy to provide all the 
equipment purchased with government funding to a local 
institution of higher education or to a local Navy entity that 
can best utilize the equipment.
    E-2C Advanced Hawkeye Technologies.--The Committee 
recognizes that the APS-145 Transmitter Retrofit Program 
provides an opportunity to increase the readiness levels of the 
E-2C aircraft and extend its useful service life. The Committee 
encourages the Navy to include funding for this program as part 
of its annual budget. In addition, the Committee recognizes 
that the technology used in the retrofit transmitter is in 
development and could provide significant improvements to the 
technologies employed in the baseline transmitter for the E-2C 
Advanced Hawkeye. The Committee encourages the Navy to compare 
the technologies of an evolved APS-145 to those of the baseline 
transmitter in terms of cost, weight, volume, spectral 
compliance, and reliability.
    Next Generation Networking Electronic Medical Record 
Project.--The Committee recognizes the challenges the 
Department of Navy faces as it prepares to transition its paper 
based records system within the Composite Health Care System to 
an electronic based records system. Some of these challenges 
involve the migration and storage of medical data, and also 
access to and timely delivery of this critical data. Therefore, 
the Committee provides an additional $1,000,000 for an 
information technology pilot project that utilizes layer seven 
routing in a combined manner; using integrated host routing, 
object routing and multipath routing technologies to optimize 
data transport across IP based networks. This National Naval 
Medical Center pilot project will focus on technologies that 
measure and dynamically manage end-to-end client-to-server 
latencies, increase network reliability, migrate content on 
demand, and optimize client operations so least loaded servers 
services sites and paths are always selected, servers and 
network resources are more efficiently utilized, and end-to-end 
failures are preemptively avoided.
    Joint Direct Attack Munition [JDAM] Laser Capability.--The 
Committee understands that Combatant Commanders in OEF/OIF have 
requested the addition of a laser capability to existing JDAM 
weapon kits. This change could provide improved JDAM 
operational flexibility and time sensitive target capability. 
Therefore, the Committee encourages the Department to consider 
laser JDAM testing to provide these increased capabilities to 
the warfighter.

         Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $20,890,922,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  22,612,351,000
House allowance.........................................  22,664,868,000
Committee recommendation................................  21,859,010,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$21,859,010,000. This is $753,341,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
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                   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AF

     BASIC RESEARCH
     DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                                 223,894         232,294         242,744         +18,850         +10,450
     UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                           105,029         108,029         111,029          +6,000          +3,000
     HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                     11,894          11,894          12,594            +700            +700
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           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                               340,817         352,217         366,367         +25,550         +14,150

     APPLIED RESEARCH
     MATERIALS                                                                  74,156          92,506         126,756         +52,600         +34,250
     AEROSPACE VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES                                             96,679         102,679         104,679          +8,000          +2,000
     HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS APPLIED RESEARCH                                       79,442          94,842         106,842         +27,400         +12,000
     AEROSPACE PROPULSION                                                      107,523         162,123         119,523         +12,000         -42,600
     AEROSPACE SENSORS                                                          93,263         103,763         120,463         +27,200         +16,700
     MULTI-DISCIPLINARY SPACE TECHNOLOGY                                        81,339          86,339          92,639         +11,300          +6,300
     SPACE TECHNOLOGY                                                           84,540         101,740         106,640         +22,100          +4,900
     CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                                     58,058          61,058          62,058          +4,000          +1,000
     DIRECTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGY                                                 37,709          51,959          38,709          +1,000         -13,250
     COMMAND CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS                                         93,316          98,316          95,216          +1,900          -3,100
     DUAL USE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                            ..............           1,500  ..............  ..............          -1,500
     HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH                                                 45,678          48,178          45,678  ..............          -2,500
     NATIONAL DIABETES MODEL PROGRAM                                    ..............          22,000  ..............  ..............         -22,000
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           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                             851,703       1,027,003       1,019,203        +167,500          -7,800

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
     ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS                                      36,714          69,114          60,214         +23,500          -8,900
     ADVANCED AEROSPACE SENSORS                                                 35,157          35,157          35,157  ..............  ..............
     AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/DEMO                                              25,133          59,133          29,633          +4,500         -29,500
     AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER TECHNOLOGY                                  77,268          92,268          94,768         +17,500          +2,500
     CREW SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY                           29,775          38,275          29,775  ..............          -8,500
     ELECTRONIC COMBAT TECHNOLOGY                                               23,923          31,423          31,423          +7,500  ..............
     BALLISTIC MISSILE TECHNOLOGY                                       ..............          11,700           3,750          +3,750          -7,950
     JOINT UNMANNED COMBAT AIR SYSTEMS (J-UCAS)                                 77,800          77,800          77,800  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED SPACECRAFT TECHNOLOGY                                             60,915          79,415          95,415         +34,500         +16,000
     MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (MSSS)                                       5,848           5,848          50,848         +45,000         +45,000
     MULTI-DISCIPLINARY ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT SPACE TECH                         53,437          55,437          56,437          +3,000          +1,000
     CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                            18,660          30,160          21,960          +3,300          -8,200
     ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                                26,955          43,455          38,955         +12,000          -4,500
     ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                               ..............  ..............           2,700          +2,700          +2,700
     C3I ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                                   30,125          41,325          39,225          +9,100          -2,100
     SPECIAL PROGRAMS                                                          280,135         280,135         280,135  ..............  ..............
     HIGH ENERGY LASER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                               5,801           5,801           5,801  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                              787,646         956,446         952,996        +165,350          -3,450

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
     INTELLIGENCE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                           4,580           4,580           4,580  ..............  ..............
     PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                                21,937          22,937          21,937  ..............          -1,000
     NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM III                                      87,364          87,364          87,364  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED EHF MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                            665,257         665,257         665,257  ..............  ..............
     POLAR MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                                     2,185           2,185           2,185  ..............  ..............
     SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY                                                   14,205          14,205          16,205          +2,000          +2,000
     COMBAT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY                                           51,893          51,893          51,893  ..............  ..............
     NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                               3,973           3,973           3,973  ..............  ..............
     INTERNATIONAL SPACE COOPERATIVE R&D                                           574             574             574  ..............  ..............
     TRANSFORMATIONAL SATCOM (TSAT)                                            835,769         436,769         585,769        -250,000        +149,000
     INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (DEM/VAL)                                     15,344          15,344          15,344  ..............  ..............
     INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE (DEM/VAL)                               44,672          63,672          44,672  ..............         -19,000
     WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SYSTEM RDT&E (SPACE)                                    93,858          93,858          93,858  ..............  ..............
     SPACE-BASED RADAR (DEM/VAL)                                               225,839         100,000         100,000        -125,839  ..............
     POLLUTION PREVENTION (DEM/VAL)                                              2,735          11,235           4,235          +1,500          -7,000
     JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS (DEM/VAL)                     11,211          11,211          11,211  ..............  ..............
     NEXT GENERATION BOMBER                                                     25,135          25,135          25,135  ..............  ..............
     HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM (HDBTDS)               ..............           4,000  ..............  ..............          -4,000
     J-UCAS ADVANCED COMPONENT & PROTOTYPE                                     272,300         272,300          72,300        -200,000        -200,000
     OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE LAUNCH                                            23,480          36,980          36,480         +13,000            -500
     COMMON AERO VEHICLE (CAV)                                                  27,394          27,394          27,394  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                               969             969           2,269          +1,300          +1,300
     NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SATE                    323,665         323,665         323,665  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                                 2,754,339       2,275,500       2,196,300        -558,039         -79,200

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
     GLOBAL BROADCAST SERVICE (GBS)                                             18,283          20,283          18,283  ..............          -2,000
     JOINT HELMET MOUNTED CUEING SYSTEM (JHMCS)                                  2,912           2,912           2,912  ..............  ..............
     NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT                                                    15,154          15,154          12,712          -2,442          -2,442
     B-1B                                                                      132,496          95,296         137,496          +5,000         +42,200
     SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING                                   8,593           8,593           8,593  ..............  ..............
     F-22--EMD                                                                  76,203          76,203          76,203  ..............  ..............
     B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BOMBER                                            285,205         305,205         285,205  ..............         -20,000
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                             82,587          93,087          91,087          +8,500          -2,000
     JOINT TACTICAL RADIO                                                      124,225          33,225          99,225         -25,000         +66,000
     PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                                11,153          11,153          11,153  ..............  ..............
     SMALL DIAMETER BOMB (SDB) EMD                                              85,988          65,988          62,438         -23,550          -3,550
     COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS                                                       24,651          24,651          31,651          +7,000          +7,000
     AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC ATTACK                                                120,985         120,985         120,985  ..............  ..............
     SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM (SBIRS) HIGH EMD                              756,630         756,630         656,630        -100,000        -100,000
     MUNITIONS DISPENSER DEVELOPMENT                                            21,738           6,038          21,738  ..............         +15,700
     ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                                               7,786           7,786           7,786  ..............  ..............
     SUBMUNITIONS                                                                5,475           5,475           5,475  ..............  ..............
     AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT                                                       10,173          12,673          10,173  ..............          -2,500
     LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS                                                        7,315          14,115          14,315          +7,000            +200
     COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                                      6,122          10,122           6,122  ..............          -4,000
     INTEGRATED COMMAND & CONTROL APPLICATIONS (IC2A)                              161          20,161          11,161         +11,000          -9,000
     INTELLIGENCE EQUIPMENT                                                      1,369           3,369           1,369  ..............          -2,000
     COMMON LOW OBSERVABLES VERIFICATION SYSTEM (CLOVERS)                        8,692           8,692           8,692  ..............  ..............
     JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)                                              2,474,763       2,474,763       2,328,763        -146,000        -146,000
     INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE--EMD                                    32,415          32,415          32,415  ..............  ..............
     EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE PROGRAM (SPACE)                          26,093          26,093          26,093  ..............  ..............
     RDT&E FOR AGING AIRCRAFT                                                   24,384          31,384          50,384         +26,000         +19,000
     TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                                50,000          50,000          50,000  ..............  ..............
     LINK-16 SUPPORT AND SUSTAINMENT                                           157,677         159,677         157,677  ..............          -2,000
     FAMILY OF INTEROPERABLE OPERATIONAL PICTURES (FIOP)                        29,296          29,296          29,296  ..............  ..............
     E-10 SQUADRONS                                                            397,011         397,011         397,011  ..............  ..............
     FULL COMBAT MISSION TRAINING                                               26,423          26,423          26,423  ..............  ..............
     COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR                                     ..............  ..............          17,500         +17,500         +17,500
     CV-22                                                                      39,532          41,532          39,532  ..............          -2,000
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           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT                    5,071,490       4,986,390       4,856,498        -214,992        -129,892

     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                               32,546          32,546          32,546  ..............  ..............
     MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                                       55,339          62,739          62,339          +7,000            -400
     RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE                                                     28,354          28,354          28,354  ..............  ..............
     RANCH HAND II EPIDEMIOLOGY STUDY                                            4,188           4,188           4,188  ..............  ..............
     INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST & EVALUATION                                      34,615          34,615          34,615  ..............  ..............
     TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                               642,665         644,665         642,665  ..............          -2,000
     ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH PROGRAM (SPACE)                                      13,773          27,273          26,773         +13,000            -500
     SPACE TEST PROGRAM (STP)                                                   48,157          48,157          48,157  ..............  ..............
     FACILITIES RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION--TEST & EVAL                        60,561          62,561          60,561  ..............          -2,000
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT--TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                        26,238          31,238          26,238  ..............          -5,000
     GENERAL SKILL TRAINING                                                        331             331             331  ..............  ..............
     INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES                                                    3,739           3,739           3,739  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                     950,506         980,406         970,506         +20,000          -9,900

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
     ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE AGENCY                                     7,827           7,827           7,827  ..............  ..............
     B-52 SQUADRONS                                                             22,784          30,784          22,784  ..............          -8,000
     ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                                                     1,989           1,989           1,989  ..............  ..............
     AIR-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE (ALCM)                                          2,250           2,250           2,250  ..............  ..............
     STRAT WAR PLANNING SYSTEM--USSTRATCOM                                      29,134          29,134          29,134  ..............  ..............
     NIGHT FIST--USSTRATCOM                                                      5,013           5,013           5,013  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED STRATEGIC PROGRAMS                                                 9,875           9,875           9,875  ..............  ..............
     REGION/SECTOR OPERATION CONTROL CENTER MODERNIZATION                       18,237          18,237          18,237  ..............  ..............
     WARFIGHTER RAPID ACQUISITION PROCESS (WRAP) RAPID TRAN                     30,093          30,093          17,193         -12,900         -12,900
     A-10 SQUADRONS                                                             51,835          51,835          61,835         +10,000         +10,000
     F-16 SQUADRONS                                                            155,666         155,666         155,666  ..............  ..............
     F-15E SQUADRONS                                                           124,647         145,647         134,147          +9,500         -11,500
     MANNED DESTRUCTIVE SUPPRESSION                                              9,394           9,394           9,394  ..............  ..............
     F-22 SQUADRONS                                                            403,517         403,517         378,517         -25,000         -25,000
     F-117A SQUADRONS                                                           13,600          13,600          13,600  ..............  ..............
     TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                                      15,639          15,639          15,639  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM)                          33,262          33,262          33,262  ..............  ..............
     COMBAT RESCUE AND RECOVERY                                                113,825          71,825          20,000         -93,825         -51,825
     AF TENCAP                                                                  10,829          13,829          10,829  ..............          -3,000
     SPECIAL EVALUATION PROGRAM                                                276,219         276,219         276,219  ..............  ..............
     COMPASS CALL                                                                4,650          14,650           4,650  ..............         -10,000
     AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                             153,265         153,265         153,265  ..............  ..............
     CSAF INNOVATION PROGRAM                                                     1,737           1,737           2,737          +1,000          +1,000
     JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE (JASSM)                              66,997          66,997          66,997  ..............  ..............
     AIR AND SPACE OPERATIONS CENTER (AOC)                                      68,099          68,099          68,099  ..............  ..............
     CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER (CRC)                                          9,289          19,189           9,289  ..............          -9,900
     AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM (AWACS)                               121,565         121,565         121,565  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                            28,938          28,938          32,438          +3,500          +3,500
     EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS PROGRAM                                    ..............           3,000  ..............  ..............          -3,000
     ADVANCED PROGRAM TECHNOLOGY                                               300,673         300,673         300,673  ..............  ..............
     THEATER BATTLE MANAGEMENT (TBM) C4I                                        40,472          40,472          40,472  ..............  ..............
     FIGHTER TACTICAL DATA LINK                                                122,160         122,160         122,160  ..............  ..............
     BOMBER TACTICAL DATA LINK                                                 144,863         144,863         144,863  ..............  ..............
     C2ISR TACTICAL DATA LINK                                                   14,838          14,838          14,838  ..............  ..............
     COMMAND AND CONTROL (C2) CONSTELLATION                                     41,071          41,071          41,071  ..............  ..............
     JOINT SURVEILLANCE AND TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM                          78,084          82,084         100,984         +22,900         +18,900
     SEEK EAGLE                                                                 19,510          19,510          19,510  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED PROGRAM EVALUATION                                               290,589         290,589         290,589  ..............  ..............
     USAF MODELING AND SIMULATION                                               30,541          31,541          24,510          -6,031          -7,031
     WARGAMING AND SIMULATION CENTERS                                            6,369           6,369           6,369  ..............  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED TRAINING AND EXERCISES                                          4,222           4,222           4,222  ..............  ..............
     MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                                                  138,475         138,475         121,739         -16,736         -16,736
     INFORMATION WARFARE SUPPORT                                                15,204          15,204          15,204  ..............  ..............
     E-4B NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPERATIONS CENTER (NAOC)                            18,909          21,909          18,909  ..............          -3,000
     MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK                         57,344          57,344          49,076          -8,268          -8,268
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                                      109,292         117,292         112,292          +3,000          -5,000
     GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                               20,555          20,555          20,555  ..............  ..............
     GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                           3,541          13,541           7,741          +4,200          -5,800
     JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM (JC2)                                     5,200           5,200           5,200  ..............  ..............
     MILSATCOM TERMINALS                                                       273,974         273,974         273,974  ..............  ..............
     AIRBORNE SIGINT ENTERPRISE (JMIP)                                          78,920          78,920          78,920  ..............  ..............
     GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (GATM)                                        7,139           7,139           7,139  ..............  ..............
     SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK (SPACE)                                          29,143          29,143          34,143          +5,000          +5,000
     WEATHER SERVICE                                                            28,675          28,675          28,675  ..............  ..............
     AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH, AND LANDING SYSTEM (ATC             ..............  ..............          21,750         +21,750         +21,750
     AERIAL TARGETS                                                              6,641           6,641           6,641  ..............  ..............
     SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES                                         491             491             491  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE PROGRAM (SPACE)                            3,908           3,908           3,908  ..............  ..............
     NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (USER EQUIPMENT)                        125,778         125,778         125,778  ..............  ..............
     NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE AND CONTROL)                     188,301         188,301         188,301  ..............  ..............
     SPACE WARFARE CENTER                                                          411             411             411  ..............  ..............
     SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM (SPACE)                                             48,854          49,854          48,854  ..............          -1,000
     INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS (JMIP)                       3,618           3,618           3,618  ..............  ..............
     DRAGON U-2 (JMIP)                                                          10,158          10,158          10,158  ..............  ..............
     AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                            51,769          54,369          51,769  ..............          -2,600
     MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                               8,101          12,601          16,601          +8,500          +4,000
     DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                                          40,402          32,402          40,402  ..............          +8,000
     PREDATOR UAV (JMIP)                                                        61,007          63,507          63,507          +2,500  ..............
     GLOBAL HAWK UAV (JMIP)                                                    308,533         329,733         317,533          +9,000         -12,200
     NETWORK-CENTRIC COLLABORATIVE TARGET (TIARA)                                8,647           8,647           8,647  ..............  ..............
     INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO INFORMATION WARFARE                                   978             978             978  ..............  ..............
     NCMC--TW/AA SYSTEM                                                         85,222          87,222          64,036         -21,186         -23,186
     SPACETRACK (SPACE)                                                        151,102         151,102         176,102         +25,000         +25,000
     NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM (SPACE)                                             32,783          32,783          32,783  ..............  ..............
     SPACE ARCHITECT                                                            12,878          12,878          12,878  ..............  ..............
     NASS, IO TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION & TOOL DEV                                 15,182          15,182          15,182  ..............  ..............
     SHARED EARLY WARNING (SEW)                                                  3,295           3,295           3,295  ..............  ..............
     C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON                                                    233,028         238,028         238,028          +5,000  ..............
     C-5 AIRLIFT SQUADRONS                                                     226,479         226,479         226,479  ..............  ..............
     C-17 AIRCRAFT                                                             165,762         165,762         167,762          +2,000          +2,000
     C-130J PROGRAM                                                              6,681           6,681           6,681  ..............  ..............
     AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION                                                      2,077           2,077           2,077  ..............  ..............
     LARGE AIRCRAFT IR COUNTERMEASURES (LAIRCM)                                 55,743          55,743          55,743  ..............  ..............
     KC-135S                                                                     1,498           1,498           1,498  ..............  ..............
     KC-10S                                                                     13,472          13,472          13,472  ..............  ..............
     KC-135 TANKER REPLACEMENT                                                  99,210          99,210          99,210  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL TACTICS/COMBAT CONTROL                                              2,156           2,156           2,156  ..............  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                                  1,408           1,408           1,408  ..............  ..............
     ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                          3,404           5,404           3,404  ..............          -2,000
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                    36,934          61,934          51,434         +14,500         -10,500
     LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                       ..............           4,000  ..............  ..............          -4,000
     LOGISTICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (LOGIT)                                   44,503          44,503          44,503  ..............  ..............
     SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                                10,316          26,616          27,216         +16,900            +600
     JOINT NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER                                              2,924           2,924           2,924  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PERSONNEL ACTIVITIES                                                    111             111             111  ..............  ..............
     JOINT PERSONNEL RECOVERY AGENCY                                               978             978             978  ..............  ..............
     CIVILIAN COMPENSATION PROGRAM                                               7,445           7,445           7,445  ..............  ..............
     PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                                                   16,383          16,383          16,383  ..............  ..............
     FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                       17,531          17,531          17,531  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                            5,786,040       5,903,040       5,766,344         -19,696        -136,696

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                     6,069,810       6,183,866       5,730,796        -339,014        -453,070
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           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AF                    22,612,351      22,664,868      21,859,010        -753,341        -805,858
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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             2006 budget   recommen-      budget
                                    estimate      dation      estimate
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   1 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES      223,894      242,744      +18,850
         Corrosion Protection   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          of Aluminum Alloys
          Used in Aircraft
         Hypersonic Research    ...........  ...........       +4,000
         Nanophotonic           ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Comoponents
         Network Information    ...........  ...........       +4,600
          and Space Security
         Non-lethal Stunning/   ...........  ...........         +750
          Immobilizing Weapons
         Virtual Operation for  ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Unmanned Aerial
          Vehicles
   2 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH            105,029      111,029       +6,000
      INITIATIVES
         21st Century           ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Information
          Operations Workforce
         Military Logistics     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Readiness
         Secure and Assured     ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Information Sharing
   3 HIGH ENERGY LASER               11,894       12,594         +700
      RESEARCH INITIATIVES
         Landscape Operational  ...........  ...........         +700
          and Knowledge-based
          Characterization
   4 MATERIALS                       74,156      126,756      +52,600
         Adv Materials          ...........  ...........       +1,400
          Deposition for
          Semiconductor
          Nanostructures
         Adv Manufacturing      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Technologies for
          Metals, Composites,
          Materials
         Air Force Minority     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Leaders Program
         Carbon Nanostructured  ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Material for Fluid
          Purification
         Complex Composite      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Structures for
          Manned-Unmanned Air
          Vehicles
         Innovative Process     ...........  ...........       +2,500
          for Continuous
          Fabrication of
          Carbon Nanotube
          Membranes
         Domestic High Modulus  ...........  ...........       +2,500
          PAN Carbon Fiber
          Qualification
         Durable Hybrid         ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Coatings for
          Aircraft Systems
         Engineered Optical     ...........  ...........       +2,200
          Materials for High
          Energy Laser Develop-
           ment
         Nanoparticle           ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Materials Coatings
          Research
         Safer Nanomaterials    ...........  ...........       +3,500
          and
          Nanomanufacturing
         Strategic Partnership  ...........  ...........      +15,000
          for Research in
          Nanotechnology
         Thermal Sprays for     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Structural Blast
          Mitigation
         Minority LEADERS       ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Research Program
          (see also Aerospace
          Sensors)
   5 AEROSPACE VEHICLE               96,679      104,679       +8,000
      TECHNOLOGIES
         Sentient Adaptive      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Systems Tech for
          Vehicle Condition-
          based Maintenance
         Unmanned Systems       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Initiative at AMRDEC
         WBI--Characterization  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          of Airborne
          Environment for
          Tactical Lasers
   6 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS             79,442      106,842      +27,400
      APPLIED RESEARACH
         Bacterial Ghost        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Vaccine for
          Influenza Virus
         Component Object       ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Model Attitude
          Control System
          Simulation/Trainer
         Fused Carbon Nanotube  ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Material for Fluid
          Purification
         Nanoparticles          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Directed by DNA
          Capture Elements
         Solid Electrolyte      ...........  ...........       +6,900
          Oxygen Separator
         Warfighter Pocket XP   ...........  ...........       +6,500
          Project
         Warfighter             ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Sustainability:
          Maximizing Human
          Performance
   7 AEROSPACE PROPULSION           107,523      119,523      +12,000
         Affordable             ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Lightweight Power
          Supply Development
         Integrated Power and   ...........  ...........       +7,500
          Aircraft
          Technologies
          (INPACT)
         Portable Power Source  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          for Battlefield Air
          Operation Kit
   8 AEROSPACE SENSORS               93,263      120,463      +27,200
         Minority LEADERS       ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Research Program
          (see also Materials)
         Advanced Sensor-based  ...........  ...........       +1,300
          Vigilance
          Technologies
         Small Dissadvantage    ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Business,
          Historically Black
          Colleges and
          Universities
         Super-resolution       ...........  ...........       +5,400
          Sensor System (S3)
         3-D Packaging for      ...........  ...........       +4,000
          High Speed RF
          Communication
         Watchkeeper            ...........  ...........       +6,000
   9 MULTI-DISCIPLINARY SPACE        81,339       92,639      +11,300
      TECHNOLOGY
         Space Qualification    ...........  ...........       +5,300
          of the Common Data
          Link
         Universal Small        ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Launch Vehicle
  10 SPACE TECHNOLOGY                84,540      106,640      +22,100
         HAARP                  ...........  ...........       +4,000
         Consortium for         ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Autonomous Satellite
          Systems (CASS)
         Deployable Structures  ...........  ...........       +3,800
          Experiement
         Elastic Memory         ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Composite Material
         Integrated Control     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          for Autonomous Space
          Systems
         Large Aperture         ...........  ...........       +3,300
          Deployable Structure
          Systems for Space
         Nano-reinforced        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Structures and Multi-
          functional Space
          Structures
         National Security      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Research--Signature
          Exploitation
  11 CONVENTIONAL MUNTIONS           58,058       62,058       +4,000
         Advanced Energy        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Technology for
          Munitions--Dominator
          Pro- gram
  12 DIRECTED ENERGY                 37,709       38,709       +1,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Adaptive Optics        ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Lasercom
  13 COMMAND CONTROL AND             93,316       95,216       +1,900
      COMMUNICATIONS
         Cyber Situational      ...........  ...........       +1,900
          Awareness
  16 ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR          36,714       60,214      +23,500
      WEAPON SYSTEMS
         Hydrothermal           ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Oxidation
         Advanced Composite     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Processes for UAV
          Components
         Assessing Aging        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Military Aircraft
         Hybrid Bearings        ...........  ...........       +2,000
         Materials Integrity    ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Management Research
          for Air Force Sys-
          tems
         Metals Affordability   ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Initiative (MAI)
         Stealth RAM Coatings   ...........  ...........       +3,500
         Titanium Honeycomb     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Sandwich and
          Composite Structures
          Design
  19 AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/       25,133       29,633       +4,500
      DEMO
         WBI--Capabilities      ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Analysis Phase 2
         Hybrid Radio           ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Frequency--Optical
          Communications
          Terminal
  20 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND        77,268       94,768      +17,500
      POWER TECHNOLOGY
         More Electric          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Technology for
          Mission Critical
          Power Systems
         VAATE Advanced         ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Supersonic Cruise
          Missile Engine
         Versatile Affordable   ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Advanced Turbine
          Engines--5K--7K
          Thrust Category
         X-43C Development      ...........  ...........       +2,000
  22 ELECTRONIC COMBAT               23,923       30,423       +6,500
      TECHNOLOGY
         Advanced Threat Alert  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          ATD--Technology
          Insertion
         Affordable Visible     ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Missile Warning
          System
         Infrared               ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Coutnermeasures
          Electronics
          Improvement Program
  23 BALLISTIC MISSILE          ...........        3,750       +3,750
      TECHNOLOGY
         Pacific Ballistic      ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Missile Technology
          Program
         P-Net                  ...........  ...........       +2,250
  26 ADVANCED SPACECRAFT             60,915       95,415      +34,500
      TECHNOLOGY
         AC Coupled             ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Interconnect (ACCI)
         Beta Energy Cells for  ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Defense Applications
         Intelligent Free       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Space Optical
          Satellite
          Communication Node
         Integrated Spacecraft  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Engineering Tool
         Large Automated        ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Production of
          Expandable Launch
          Structure
         Magnetic Random-       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Access Memory
          Communications
          Materials
         Microsatellite Serial  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Manufacturing
         Systematic Approach    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          to Radiation
          Hardened Electronics
           (SHARE)
         Thin Film Amorphous    ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Solar Arrays
  27 MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE          5,848       50,848      +45,000
      SYSTEM (MSSS)
         High Accuracy Network  ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Determination System
          (HANDS)
         MSSS Operations &      ...........  ...........      +25,000
          Research
         PanSTARRS              ...........  ...........      +10,000
  28 MULTI-DISCIPLINARY              53,437       56,437       +3,000
      ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT
      SPACE TECHNOL- OGY
         Aerospace Relay        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Mirror System
  29 CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS            18,660       21,960       +3,300
      TECHNOLOGY
         High Speed Strike      ...........  ...........       +3,300
          Weapon (HSSW)
  30 ADVANCED WEAPONS                26,955       38,955      +12,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Applications of LIDAR  ...........  ...........       +7,000
          to Vehicles with
          Analysis (ALVA)
         High Brightness Laser  ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Diode Source for
          Fiber Laser Pumps
         Satellite Active       ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Imaging National
          Testbed Program
  31 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING  ...........        2,700       +2,700
      TECHNOLOGY
         MPOI for Battlesplace  ...........  ...........       +2,700
          Information Exchange
  32 C3I ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT        30,125       39,225       +9,100
         Enable Network         ...........  ...........       +3,200
          Centeric Warfare
         Massively Parallel     ...........  ...........       +1,900
          Optical
          Interconnects for
          Battlespace Datacom
         Net-Centric            ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Dissimilar Data
          Fusion Program
  45 SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY        14,205       16,205       +2,000
         Multifunctional        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Daytime Optical
          System
  49 TRANSFORMATIONAL SATCOM        835,769      585,769     -250,000
      (TSAT)
         Technology Maturation  ...........  ...........     -250,000
          Delays
  53 SPACE-BASED RADAR              225,839      100,000     -125,839
         Space Radar Excessive  ...........  ...........     -125,839
          Program Growth
  54 POLLUTION PREVENTION             2,735        4,235       +1,500
         O2 Diesel Particulate  ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Emissions Reduction
          Research Project
  58 JOINT UNMANNED COMBAT AIR      272,300       72,300     -200,000
      SYSTEMS (J-UCAS)
      ADVANCED COMPONENT AND
      PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT
         J-UCAS Requirement     ...........  ...........     -200,000
          Uncertainty
  60 OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE        23,480       36,480      +13,000
      LAUNCH
         Near Space Analysis    ...........  ...........       +3,500
          and Program
          Development
         Tactical Satellite     ...........  ...........       +9,500
          Demonstrations
  62 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS            969        2,269       +1,300
      SYSTEMS
         Massively Parallel     ...........  ...........       +1,300
          Optical
          Interconnects for
          MicroSatellite
          Datacom
  66 NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT         15,154       12,712       -2,442
         Robust Nuclear Earth   ...........  ...........       -2,442
          Penetrator
  67 B-1B                           132,496      137,496       +5,000
         B-1 Secure Digital     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Communications
          Improvement
  71 ELECTRONIC WARFARE              82,587       91,087       +8,500
      DEVELOPMENT
         AN/ALR-69A Radar       ...........  ...........       +8,500
          Warning Transfer
  72 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO           124,225       99,225      -25,000
         Delay Milestone B Due  ...........  ...........      -25,000
          to Cluster 1
          Challenges
  74 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB (SDB)       85,988       62,438      -23,550
         Delay for Contract     ...........  ...........      -23,550
          Competition
  75 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS            24,651       31,651       +7,000
         Space Control Test     ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Capabilities
  77 SPACE BASED INFRARED           756,630      656,630     -100,000
      SYSTEM (SBIRS) HIGH EMD
         Excessive Program      ...........  ...........     -100,000
          Growth Given Nunn-
          McCurdy Breach
  84 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS             7,315       14,315       +7,000
         Enhanced Quick         ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Donning Oxygen Mask
         MBU-23 Oxygen Mask,    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Visor, Microphone
  86 INTEGRATED COMMAND &               161       11,161      +11,000
      CONTROL APPLICATIONS
      (IC2A)
         Asset eWing Program    ...........  ...........       +5,000
         Distributed Mission    ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Interoperability
          Toolkit (DMIT)
  90 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER         2,474,763    2,328,763     -146,000
      (JSF)
         Excessive Program      ...........  ...........     -146,000
          Risk Remains Prior
          to CDR
  93 RDT&E FOR AGING AIRCRAFT        24,384       50,384      +26,000
         Aging Aircraft         ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Structural Repair
          Facility Study
         Aging Landing Gear     ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Life Extension
          (ALGLE)
         Aging Military         ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Aircraft Fleet
          Support
         Improved Fleet         ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Readiness and 3-D
          Modeling
         In-Flight Propeller    ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Balancing System
          (IPBS)
         Lean Depot Engine      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Repair (LEADER)
         Productivity           ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Improvements for
          Landing Gear
          Overhall
          Technologies
 100 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER     ...........       17,500      +17,500
      LOCATOR
         CSEL transfer from     ...........  ...........      +17,500
          OPAF for Development
          of TAC/TAG
 103 MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT            55,339       62,339       +7,000
         FPS-16 Radar           ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Mobilization and
          Upgrade
         Holloman High Speed    ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Test Track Upgrade
 109 ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH           13,773       26,773      +13,000
      PROGRAM (SPACE)
         Ballistic Missile      ...........  ...........      +13,000
          Range Safety
          Technology (BMRST)
 127 WARFIGHTER RAPID                30,093       17,193      -12,900
      ACQUISITION PROCESS
      (WRAP) RAPID TRANSITION
      FUND
         Program                ...........  ...........      -12,900
          Underexecution
 129 A-10 SQUADRONS                  51,835       61,835      +10,000
         A-10 Propulsion        ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Upgrade
 131 F-15E SQUADRONS                124,647      134,147       +9,500
         F-15 BOL Pilot         ...........  ...........       +9,500
          Vehicle Interface
 133 F/A-22 SQUADRONS               403,517      378,517      -25,000
         Program                ...........  ...........      -25,000
          Underexecution
 137 COMBAT RESCUE AND              113,825       20,000      -93,825
      RECOVERY
         Personnel Recover      ...........  ...........      -93,825
          Vehicle Contract
          Award Delay,
          Transfer to APAF
 142 CSAF INNOVATION PROGRAM          1,737        2,737       +1,000
         Command Responder      ...........  ...........       +1,000
 147 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS         28,938       32,438       +3,500
      SYSTEMS
         Adaptive Joint C4ISR   ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Node (AJCN) Security
          Certification
 155 JOINT SURVEILLANCE/TARGET       78,084      100,984      +22,900
      ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM
      (JSTARS)
         E-8C Joint Stars Re-   ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Engine Initiative
         Joint STARS Advanced   ...........  ...........      +12,900
          Radar Modes (ARM)
 158 USAF MODELING AND               30,541       24,510       -6,031
      SIMULATION
         Excessive Program      ...........  ...........       -6,031
          Growth
 161 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS       138,475      121,739      -16,736
         Milestone Decision     ...........  ...........      -16,736
          Delay
 170 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL               57,344       49,076       -8,268
      EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
      NETWORK (MEECN)
         Program Under          ...........  ...........       -8,268
          Execution and
          Excessive Program
          Growth
 171 INFORMATION SYSTEMS            109,292      112,292       +3,000
      SECURITY PROGRAM
         Homeland Defense and   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Civil Support Threat
          Information
          Collection
         Infrastructure         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Assurance and
          Security
 173 GLOBAL COMMAND AND               3,541        7,741       +4,200
      CONTROL SYSTEM
         Applied Research in    ...........  ...........       +4,200
          Computing Enterprise
          Services (ARCES)
 180 SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK       29,143       34,143       +5,000
      (SPACE)
         Civil Reserve Space    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Service (CRSS)
          Initiative
 182 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL,       ...........       21,750      +21,750
      APPROACH, AND LANDING
      SYSTEM (ATCALS)
         242 ATAS ANG Mobile    ...........  ...........      +17,250
          Approach Control
          System (MACS)
         Transportable          ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Transponder Landing
          System
 199 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE            8,101       16,601       +8,500
      SYSTEMS (JMIP)
         Combat Sent Tactical   ...........  ...........       +3,500
          ELINT System
          Modernization
         Rivet Joint Reachback  ...........  ...........       +5,000
 201 PREDATOR UAV (JMIP)             61,007       63,507       +2,500
         Small, Tactical UAVs   ...........  ...........       +2,500
          for Intel, Comms,
          and Atmospheric Data
 202 GLOBAL HAWK UAV (JMIP)         308,533      317,533       +9,000
         Global Hawk Growth     ...........  ...........       +9,000
          Engine
 205 NCMC--TW/AA SYSTEM              85,222       64,036      -21,186
         Combatant Cdrs         ...........  ...........      -21,186
          Integrated C2 System
          Program Spiral
          Delays
 206 SPACETRACK (SPACE)             151,102      176,102      +25,000
         AF Space Surveillance  ...........  ...........      +10,000
          System S Band Sensor
         Space Based Space      ...........  ...........      +15,000
          Surveillance
 211 C-130J PROGRAM                 233,028      238,028       +5,000
         Automated Inspection,  ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Repair, Corrosion,
          and Tracking
          (AIRCAT)
         Real-Time Measurement  ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Weight and Balance
          System
 213 C-17 AIRCRAFT (IF)             165,762      167,762       +2,000
         C-17 Engine Vibration  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Monitoring System
 224 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS         36,934       51,434      +14,500
         Nanomaterial           ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Manufacturing and
          Military Application
         Supply Chain           ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Optimization
          Universal Tool Kit
         WBI--RFID              ...........  ...........       +8,500
          Collaboration
          Initiative
 228 SUPPORT SYSTEMS                 10,316       27,216      +16,900
      DEVELOPMENT
         C-17 Aging Aircraft    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Logistics Management
          Program
         Commodity Management   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Systems
          Consolidation
          Program
         Heavy Duty Hybrid      ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Electric
         Teleoperated Semi-     ...........  ...........       +1,500
          autonomous Robot for
          Aging Aircraft
          Maintenance
         Warner Robins Aging    ...........  ...........       +4,900
          Aircraft
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    Space Research and Development Programs.--The U.S. Air 
Force is responsible for the development, fabrication, launch, 
control, and management of very complex satellite systems that 
are vital to national defense and security of the Nation. The 
service has a proud and rich history of successful satellite 
development and fielding that have had profound improvements in 
the military capabilities of the United States. Further, 
industry, the Federally Funded Research and Development 
Centers, and the many system engineering firms that support 
space programs are partners with the Air Force in the 
successful fielding of these systems. Unfortunately, fewer 
systems can be shown to be successful in cost, schedule, and 
performance criteria; and more systems are experiencing 
significant technical and cost challenges which impact schedule 
and performance expectations. Schedule delays increase the risk 
of gaps in strategic capabilities and cost overruns take needed 
funding from other key systems such as new fighter aircraft, 
combat vehicles, and combatant ships. The 2003 Defense Science 
Board [DSB] task force (``Young Report'') and 1-year follow-up 
report document a series of fundamental shortcomings with space 
acquisition that have received wide recognition and support. 
Thus, the Committee strongly encourages the Air Force to 
continue the implementation of needed changes in space 
acquisition that will lead to the fielding of satellite systems 
noted for being on time, on budget and capable of providing 
needed capability to the Nation. The Committee directs the Air 
Force to provide its plan to improve space acquisition and re-
establish the proud legacy of successful satellite development 
and fielding not later then January 31, 2006.
    Maui Space Surveillance System [MSSS]/AMOS.--The Committee 
recommends an increase of $25,000,000 over the President's 
budget request for sustainment and investment in new 
technologies and initiatives, and research and development 
activities at MSSS. The Committee is concerned that the Air 
Force will apply taxes to MSSS programs at excessive rates for 
lab overhead, and directs the Air Force to base its overhead 
charges only on the amount requested. None of the increases 
provided here shall be subject to Air Force taxes or withholds. 
Furthermore, research funds should be allocated by Air Force 
officials on-site to local programs that offer the greatest 
potential return and merit.
    Transformational SATCOM [TSAT].--The Committee supports the 
Defense Department's concept for global high-speed 
communications, and recognizes the value of TSAT to world-wide 
military operations. However, the Committee is concerned about 
the state of technical maturity for the key subsystems. 
Although progress is being made, certain key subsystems are now 
not expected to reach adequate maturity, Technology Readiness 
Level [TRL] 6, until late fiscal year 2006. These include the 
processor-router and the laser communications capabilities. 
Thus, the Committee is concerned about the system's readiness 
for System Design Review scheduled for 3rd Quarter, fiscal year 
2006. Given these technical concerns along with the constrained 
funding environment and priority to support the on-going Global 
War on Terror, the Committee is not able to support a 
significant increase to the TSAT program, and recommends a 
program reduction of $250,000,000.
    In addition, the Committee directs the Department of 
Defense to conduct a review to (1) determine whether a fourth 
Advanced Extremely High Frequency [AEHF] satellite will be 
required, (2) whether additional AEHF satellites beyond four, 
will be required if TSAT continues to be delayed, and (3) 
whether it is feasible, taking into consideration cost, risk, 
contract requirements, and other factors, to insert advanced 
capabilities for an enhanced AEHF satellite. Given the Defense 
Department's stated acquisition policy to evolve capabilities 
into systems, the Committee encourages the Department to pursue 
this policy with AEHF, if the study findings support this 
approach.
    Therefore, of the remaining $585,769,000 for TSAT, the 
Committee directs that $150,000,000 be restricted pending the 
Department of Defense's decision to build a fourth AEHF 
satellite. In the event the Department determines a fourth AEHF 
is required, the $150,000,000 shall be available for advance 
procurement and research and development activities in support 
of the fourth AEHF. In the event the Defense Department 
determines a fourth AEHF is not required, the $150,000,000 
shall be available to support expanded system development and 
maturation of the key TSAT technologies.
    Space Radar.--The Committee supports a space radar 
capability. Such a satellite system could offer significantly 
improved strategic, operational, and tactical level 
intelligence information in support of national requirements 
and military operations. The Committee also commends the 
Department for its emphasis this fiscal year on system 
engineering and technology risk reduction. However, the Space 
Radar program is in need of a clear acquisition plan, to 
include defining the proposed system and an affordable and 
credible life cycle cost projection. The Committee recognizes 
the difficulty in projecting costs at this point in the 
program's development schedule, but the current projections 
based on a large constellation are very high and bring into 
question the program's affordability. Thus, the Committee is 
not prepared to support significant increases to the program 
and therefore recommends a reduction of $125,839,000 to the 
program. The resulting program of $100,000,000 still provides 
for expanded efforts to support continued concept development 
and technology maturation.
    Space Based Infrared System [SBIRS].--In recognition of the 
recent Nunn-McCurdy breach and the requirement for the 
Department of Defense to review other alternatives, prepare a 
new program baseline with a new cost estimate, and to implement 
any needed management changes, the Committee does not agree the 
program is prepared for a 27 percent increase in funding. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends a program reduction of 
$100,000,000.
    Joint Unmanned Combat Air Systems [J-UCAS].--The Committee 
is concerned over fluctuations in the J-UCAS program, to 
include changes in its concept of operations, Service 
ownership, and incompatibility of Navy and Air Force 
requirements. The Committee recommends a reduction of 
$200,000,000 and directs the Department of Defense to conduct 
an independent study to objectively review the J-UCAS program, 
its costs and requirements; and assess whether other unmanned 
aerial vehicle programs are able to meet the requirement at an 
overall savings to the U.S. Government. The review and 
assessment should be provided to the congressional defense 
committees not later than February 15, 2006.
    Small Diameter Bomb.--The Committee notes that the Air 
Force prepared its budget estimate prior to the decision to 
compete rather than sole-source Increment II of the Small 
Diameter Bomb. A delay in contract award is expected in order 
to provide adequate time for review, contract negotiation and 
contract award of the Increment II program. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends a reduction of $23,550,000.
    Combat Rescue and Recovery.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance of beginning the process of replacing the Air Force 
fleet of Combat Search and Rescue helicopters due to the 
failing readiness and operational limitations of the current 
fleet of helicopters. In recognition of the need to expedite 
procurement, the Committee transfers $75,000,000 to the 
``Aircraft Procurement, Air Force'' appropriation and retains 
$20,000,000 for minimal essential research and development 
activities for Air Force unique requirements. The Committee 
believes that a search and rescue capability is needed by the 
field sooner rather than later and thus directs the Air Force 
to proceed to a commercial-off-the-shelf solution in accordance 
with Federal regulations.

        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $20,983,624,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  18,803,416,000
House allowance.........................................  19,514,530,000
Committee recommendation................................  19,301,618,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$19,301,618,000. This is $498,202,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                   Change from--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
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                   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DW

     BASIC RESEARCH
     DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                                 130,090         136,090         136,590          +6,500            +500
     GOVERNMENT/INDUSTRY COSPONSORSHIP OF UNIVERSITY RESEAR             ..............          12,000           4,000          +4,000          -8,000
     DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM TO STIMULATE COMPETITIVE                       9,164           9,164          13,164          +4,000          +4,000
     NATIONAL DEFENSE EDUCATION PROGRAM                                         10,282          10,282          10,282  ..............  ..............
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                                    72,533         101,533          83,383         +10,850         -18,150
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                               222,069         269,069         247,419         +25,350         -21,650

     APPLIED RESEARCH
     INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS--EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT                              5,176           5,176           7,176          +2,000          +2,000
     MEDICAL FREE ELECTRON LASER                                                 9,845           9,845          21,845         +12,000         +12,000
     HISTORICALLY BLACK & HISPANIC SERVNG INSTITU SCIENCES                      13,887          17,387          15,887          +2,000          -1,500
     LINCOLN LABORATORY RESEARCH PROGRAM                                        29,914          29,914          29,914  ..............  ..............
     INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                                 198,831         198,831         198,831  ..............  ..............
     COGNITIVE COMPUTING SYSTEMS                                               200,799         200,799         145,799         -55,000         -55,000
     BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEFENSE                                                145,354         149,454         147,854          +2,500          -1,600
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                                   187,787         251,487         229,637         +41,850         -21,850
     TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY                                                       361,562         363,562         336,362         -25,200         -27,200
     MATERIALS AND BIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY                                       294,188         294,588         281,688         -12,500         -12,900
     WMD DEFEAT TECHNOLOGY                                                     206,487         208,487         206,487  ..............          -2,000
     ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                                                    241,736         244,236         241,736  ..............          -2,500
     WMD DEFENSE TECHNOLOGIES                                                  106,708         112,708         106,708  ..............          -6,000
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                  13,595          38,095          21,595          +8,000         -16,500
     SOF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                          2,215           2,215           2,215  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                           2,018,084       2,126,784       1,993,734         -24,350        -133,050

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
     SO/LIC ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                                34,529          52,029          36,529          +2,000         -15,500
     COMBATING TERRORISM TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                                     55,301         116,551          69,301         +14,000         -47,250
     COUNTERPROLIFERATION ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGIES                     96,143          99,643         107,143         +11,000          +7,500
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY                                      136,241         128,385         125,647         -10,594          -2,738
     JOINT DOD-DOE MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                             25,102          25,102          25,102  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED AEROSPACE                                                         75,866          77,866          58,466         -17,400         -19,400
     SPACE PROGRAMS AND TECHNOLOGY                                             223,811         223,811         213,811         -10,000         -10,000
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--ADVANCED DEV                     164,481         212,881         227,981         +63,500         +15,100
     JOINT CAPABILITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                                 35,000          35,000          35,000  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                          ..............  ..............           2,000          +2,000          +2,000
     GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                            22,360          56,780          73,360         +51,000         +16,580
     DISTRIBUTION PROCESS OWNER TECH. DEV. & IMPLEMENTATION                     10,000          10,000          10,000  ..............  ..............
     STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM                                   64,101          68,101          78,101         +14,000         +10,000
     MICROELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT                 ..............         118,500  ..............  ..............        -118,500
     JOINT WARFIGHTING PROGRAM                                                  10,205          10,205          10,205  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES                                         214,378         217,378         223,878          +9,500          +6,500
     ADVANCED CONCEPT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                                163,649         177,849         169,849          +6,200          -8,000
     HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                          189,747         200,247         213,247         +23,500         +13,000
     COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                               216,408         216,408         216,408  ..............  ..............
     LAND WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                                   139,100         139,100         104,200         -34,900         -34,900
     CLASSIFIED DARPA PROGRAMS                                                 162,534         162,534         162,534  ..............  ..............
     NETWORK-CENTRIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                        136,899         136,899         131,899          -5,000          -5,000
     SENSOR TECHNOLOGY                                                         189,452         189,452         171,452         -18,000         -18,000
     GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY                                                       103,272         103,272         103,272  ..............  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED LEARNING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                       14,689          17,189          14,689  ..............          -2,500
     SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE                                             25,209          28,209          30,209          +5,000          +2,000
     QUICK REACTION SPECIAL PROJECTS                                           110,717         110,717         110,717  ..............  ..............
     JOINT WARGAMING SIMULATION MANAGEMENT OFFICE                               34,928          34,928          34,928  ..............  ..............
     TEST & EVALUATION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY                                     28,614          28,614          34,614          +6,000          +6,000
     TECHNOLOGY LINK                                                             3,435           5,435          11,185          +7,750          +5,750
     CALS INITIATIVE                                                    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                        104,315         147,915         103,615            -700         -44,300
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                            2,790,486       3,151,000       2,908,742        +118,256        -242,258

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
     PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                        ..............           7,100           9,000          +9,000          +1,900
     RETRACT LARCH                                                               6,683           6,683           6,683  ..............  ..............
     JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM                                                     11,755          24,755          14,755          +3,000         -10,000
     ADVANCED SENSOR APPLICATIONS PROGRAM                                       18,275          21,275          26,275          +8,000          +5,000
     ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM                     30,632          45,332          30,632  ..............         -14,700
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT                      1,143,610       1,123,698       1,208,610         +65,000         +84,912
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE SEGMENT                     3,266,196  ..............  ..............      -3,266,196  ..............
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEF GROUNDBASED MIDCOURSE DEF SEG                ..............       2,267,070       2,541,657      +2,541,657        +274,587
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEF SEABASED MIDCOURSE DEF SEGMENT               ..............         892,901         930,426        +930,426         +37,525
     MULTIPLE KILL VEHICLES                                             ..............  ..............          83,000         +83,000         +83,000
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE BOOST DEFENSE SEGMENT                           483,863         464,867         493,863         +10,000         +28,996
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--DEM/VAL                          100,796         137,596         100,796  ..............         -36,800
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSORS                                         529,829  ..............  ..............        -529,829  ..............
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SATELLITES                               ..............         231,358  ..............  ..............        -231,358
     SPACE SURVEILLANCE & TRACKING SYSTEM                               ..............  ..............         245,536        +245,536        +245,536
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE RADARS                                   ..............         289,743         294,293        +294,293          +4,550
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM INTERCEPTOR                              229,658         218,749         114,952        -114,706        -103,797
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST & TARGETS                                  617,456         614,513         624,456          +7,000          +9,943
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE PRODUCTS                                        455,152         383,604         425,152         -30,000         +41,548
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS CORE                                    447,006         404,428         417,006         -30,000         +12,578
     SPECIAL PROGRAMS--MDA                                                     349,522         349,522         299,522         -50,000         -50,000
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE PROGRAM SUPPORT                          ..............         140,983  ..............  ..............        -140,983
     HUMANITARIAN DEMINING                                                      14,305          14,305          14,305  ..............  ..............
     COALITION WARFARE                                                           5,777           5,777           5,777  ..............  ..............
     DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CORROSION PROGRAM                                     5,141           5,141           5,141  ..............  ..............
     JOINT CAPABILITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                                  3,000           3,000           7,000          +4,000          +4,000
     REDUCTION OF TOTAL OWNERSHIP COST                                          24,824          24,824          24,824  ..............  ..............
     JOINT ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY (JET) PROGRAM                              3,566           6,066          11,566          +8,000          +5,500
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                                 7,747,046       7,683,290       7,935,227        +188,181        +251,937

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
     DEFENSE ACQUISITION CHALLENGE PROGRAM (DACP)                               28,975          34,975          28,975  ..............          -6,000
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--EMD                              280,908         290,408         259,408         -21,500         -31,000
     MANPADS DEFENSE PROGRAM                                                    13,349          19,349          16,349          +3,000          -3,000
     JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM--EMD                                                13,745          23,745          15,745          +2,000          -8,000
     ADVANCED IT SERVICES JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE (AITS-JPO)                        9,325           9,325           9,325  ..............  ..............
     JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (JTIDS)                     11,075          11,075          11,075  ..............  ..............
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                         19,574          19,574          19,574  ..............  ..............
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT--STANDARD PROCUREMEN                     5,074           5,074           5,074  ..............  ..............
     FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS                                   75,987          75,987          80,987          +5,000          +5,000
     DEFENSE INTEGRATED MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM                         20,322          20,322          45,322         +25,000         +25,000
     ACQUISITION DOMAIN                                                          3,600           3,600           3,600  ..............  ..............
     TRUSTED FOUNDRY                                                            31,655          31,655          31,655  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE ACQUISITION EXECUTIVE (DAE) PILOT PROGRAM                           1,000           1,000           1,000  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM                                                     13,367          13,367          13,367  ..............  ..............
     GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                               17,952          17,952          17,952  ..............  ..............
     JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM (JC2)                                    14,580          15,580          14,580  ..............          -1,000
     ELECTRONIC COMMERCE                                                         6,698           6,698           6,698  ..............  ..............
     BMMP DOMAIN MANAGEMENT AND SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                             11,802          11,802          11,802  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT                      578,988         611,488         592,488         +13,500         -19,000

     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     SPECIAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                                  19,916          19,916          19,916  ..............  ..............
     TRANSFORMATION INITIATIVES PROGRAM                                         10,152  ..............  ..............         -10,152  ..............
     CAPITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM--MILITARY EQUIPMENT                         4,812           4,812           4,812  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM (DRRS)                                  13,475          13,475          13,475  ..............  ..............
     JOINT SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT                                      9,254          11,254           9,254  ..............          -2,000
     CENTRAL TEST AND EVALUATION INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT                        128,759         137,759         136,759          +8,000          -1,000
     THERMAL VICAR                                                               7,278           7,278           7,278  ..............  ..............
     TECHNICAL STUDIES, SUPPORT AND ANALYSIS                                    31,075          33,075          31,075  ..............          -2,000
     USD(A&T)--CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                                       1,999           1,999           1,999  ..............  ..............
     FOREIGN MATERIAL ACQUISITION AND EXPLOITATION                              36,895          36,895          56,895         +20,000         +20,000
     DEFENSE TRAVEL SYSTEM                                                      20,441          20,441          20,441  ..............  ..............
     JOINT THEATER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION                         81,504          81,504          81,504  ..............  ..............
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAM USD(P)                                          ..............  ..............         100,000        +100,000        +100,000
     FOREIGN COMPARATIVE TESTING                                                35,738          35,738          35,738  ..............  ..............
     NUCLEAR MATTERS                                                            12,442          12,442          12,442  ..............  ..............
     SUPPORT TO NETWORKS AND INFORMATION INTEGRATION                            10,706          11,706          16,706          +6,000          +5,000
     GENERAL SUPPORT TO USD (INTELLIGENCE)                                       5,282           5,282           5,282  ..............  ..............
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                                    81,425          81,425          83,925          +2,500          +2,500
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS--C3I                                           ..............           9,000          10,000         +10,000          +1,000
     SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH/CHALLENGE ADMINISTR                      1,983           7,983           4,983          +3,000          -3,000
     DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS                                                 5,393           5,393           5,393  ..............  ..............
     FORCE TRANSFORMATION DIRECTORATE                                           19,927          71,927          19,927  ..............         -52,000
     DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES (DTIC)                              49,969          49,969          49,969  ..............  ..............
     R&D IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT, TESTING & EVALUATION                      8,853           8,853           8,853  ..............  ..............
     DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION                                             8,873           8,873           8,873  ..............  ..............
     MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT) DARP                      49,472          49,472          49,472  ..............  ..............
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RAPID ACQUISITION                                    5,580           5,580           5,580  ..............  ..............
     INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS (IO)                        13,940          13,940          13,940  ..............  ..............
     PENTAGON RESERVATION                                                       17,386          22,386          17,386  ..............          -5,000
     MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS--MDA                                               99,327          99,327          99,327  ..............  ..............
     IT SOFTWARE DEV INITIATIVES                                                 1,694           1,694           1,694  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                     793,550         869,398         932,898        +139,348         +63,500

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
     DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR SECURITY (DISS)                             16,850          16,850          16,850  ..............  ..............
     PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE (PFP) INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYS                      5,660           5,660           5,660  ..............  ..............
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS D                     10,093          10,093          10,093  ..............  ..............
     ISLAND SUN                                                                  1,570           1,570           1,570  ..............  ..............
     C4I INTEROPERABILITY                                                       65,517          67,517          65,517  ..............          -2,000
     NATIONAL MILITARY COMMAND SYSTEM-WIDE SUPPORT                                 659             659             659  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND INTEGRATIO                      5,466           5,466           5,466  ..............  ..............
     LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS (DCS)                                              1,470           1,470           1,470  ..............  ..............
     MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK                          7,438           7,438           7,438  ..............  ..............
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                                       12,546          12,546          12,546  ..............  ..............
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                                      462,211         462,211         462,211  ..............  ..............
     DISA MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                                             3,426           3,426          13,426         +10,000         +10,000
     C4I FOR THE WARRIOR                                                         3,549           3,549           3,549  ..............  ..............
     C4I FOR THE WARRIOR                                                         6,311           6,311           6,311  ..............  ..............
     GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                          52,331          52,331          52,331  ..............  ..............
     JOINT SPECTRUM CENTER                                                      14,097          14,097          14,097  ..............  ..............
     NET-CENTRIC ENTERPRISE SERVICES (NCES)                                     79,018          79,018          79,018  ..............  ..............
     TELEPORT PROGRAM                                                           12,180          12,180           7,180          -5,000          -5,000
     SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES                                     21,116          21,116          21,116  ..............  ..............
     CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION (CIP)                                   11,363          13,363          11,363  ..............          -2,000
     DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROGRAM (JMIP)                           20,406          20,406          20,406  ..............  ..............
     NET CENTRICITY                                                              8,387           9,387           8,387  ..............          -1,000
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                    18,219          36,219          24,719          +6,500         -11,500
     LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                                2,900           2,900           2,900  ..............  ..............
     MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (OJCS)                                              5,762           5,762           5,762  ..............  ..............
     NATO JOINT STARS                                                           25,474          25,474          25,474  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS AVIATION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEV                          104,330         104,330         104,330  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS TACTICAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                            63,513         115,483          80,813         +17,300         -34,670
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                        33,167          53,267          52,167         +19,000          -1,100
     SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                                               66,313          74,213          77,813         +11,500          +3,600
     CV-22                                                                      29,954          29,954          29,954  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS AIRCRAFT DEFENSIVE SYSTEMS                              38,824          27,324          38,824  ..............         +11,500
     OPS ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYSTEM (ASDS) DEVELOPMENT                        2,040           5,040          11,040          +9,000          +6,000
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                            1,212,160       1,306,630       1,280,460         +68,300         -26,170

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                     3,441,033       3,496,871       3,410,650         -30,383         -86,221
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DW                    18,803,416      19,514,530      19,301,618        +498,202        -212,912
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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             2006 budget   recommen-      budget
                                    estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 Defense Research Sciences      130,090      136,590       +6,500
         Advanced Materials     ...........  ...........       +4,500
          for Quantum
          Computing
         PBO                    ...........  ...........       +2,000
   2 Government/Industry        ...........        4,000       +4,000
      Cosponsorship of
      University Research
         Infotonics Research    ...........  ...........       +4,000
   3 Defense Experimental             9,164       13,164       +4,000
      Program to Stimulate
      Competitive Research
         Additional Funding     ...........  ...........       +4,000
   5 Chemical and Biological         72,533       83,383      +10,850
      Defense Program
         DNA Safeguard          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Project--Boise State
          University
         Ricin and Anthrax      ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Countermeasures
         Superstructural        ...........  ...........       +1,850
          Particle Evaluation
          & Characterization
          with Targeted
          Reaction Analysis
         Vaccine Development    ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Program
         Photoscrub             ...........  ...........       +1,000
         Detection of           ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Biological Agents in
          Water
   6 Insensitive Munitions--          5,176        7,176       +2,000
      Exploratory Development
         Nanomedical            ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Technology Research
   7 Medical Free Electron            9,845       21,845      +12,000
      Laser
         Medical Free Electron  ...........  ...........      +12,000
          Laser (MFEL)
   8 Historically Black              13,887       15,887       +2,000
      Colleges and
      Universities (HBCU)
      Science
         Tribal Colleges--      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Science Lab and
          Computer Equipment
  13 Cognitive Computing            200,799      145,799      -55,000
      Systems
         Learning, reasoning    ...........  ...........      -55,000
          and Integrated
          Cognitive Systems
  14 Biological Warfare             145,354      147,854       +2,500
      Defense
         Noninvasive            ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Biomodulation System
  15 Chemical and Biological        187,787      229,637      +41,850
      Defense Program
         Advanced Emergency     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Medical Response
          Training Program
         Alternative Delivery   ...........  ...........       +4,700
          Methods for
          Recombinant Protein
          Vac- cines
         Bug-to-Drug Program    ...........  ...........       +9,000
         Marburg                ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Countermeasures
         Multi-purpose          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Biodefense Immuno
          Array
         Mustard Gas Antidote   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Research Consortium
         Nanotechnology for     ...........  ...........       +1,900
          Detection of
          Biological Agents
         Nanowire Mesh Fabrics  ...........  ...........       +1,600
          for Chem/Bio Defense
         Novel Viral            ...........  ...........       +5,700
          Biowarfare Agent ID
          and Treatment
         Portable Chemical/     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Biological Detection
          Sensor System
         Proteonomics R&D       ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Improved Drugs and
          Diagnostics Against
          Biowarfare
         Research on a          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Molecular Approach
          to Hazardous
          Materials
          Decontamination
         System for Bacterial   ...........  ...........         +450
          Warfare Agent
          Detection
  16 Tactical Technology            361,562      336,362      -25,200
         Home Field             ...........  ...........       -3,000
         Pre-Conflict           ...........  ...........       -4,800
          Anticipation and
          Shaping (PCAS)
         Combat Zones that See  ...........  ...........       -7,400
         Walrus                 ...........  ...........      -20,000
         Counter Sniper/RPG     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Self Protection
          System
         Enhancement of         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Communications and
          Telemetry Support
          Equipment
         CEROS                  ...........  ...........       +7,000
  18 Materials and Biological       294,188      281,688      -12,500
      Technology
         Bio-magnetic           ...........  ...........      -12,000
          Interfacing Concepts
         Bio-computational      ...........  ...........       -6,500
          Systems
         Characterization,      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Reliability, &
          Applications of 3-D
          Microstructures
         Strategic Materials    ...........  ...........       +3,000
  23 Special Operations              13,595       21,595       +8,000
      Technology Development
         Angelfire/FCLAS Full   ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Spectrum Active
          Protection Close-in
          Layered Shield
  26 SO/LIC Advanced                 34,529       36,529       +2,000
      Development
         University Multi-      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Spectral Laboratory/
          ASCENT Program
  27 Combating Terrorism             55,301       69,301      +14,000
      Technology Support
         Counter-Terrorism      ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Intelligence
          Surveillance
          Reconnaissance
         Electromagnetic Wave   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Gradiometer
         Fuel Cell Power for    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Continuity of
          Operations
         Fuel Cell Ground       ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Support Equipment
          Demo
  28 Counterproliferation            96,143      107,143      +11,000
      Initiatives--Proliferati
      on Prevention and Defeat
         DETECTIVE (HPGe)       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Radiation Portal
          Monitors
         Guardian Glass         ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Scintillation Fiber
          Radation Detectors
  29 Ballistic Missile Defense      136,241      125,647      -10,594
      Technology
         Center for Optical     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Logic Devices
         High Density Power     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Supplies Using
          Silicon Carbide
         Massively Parallel     ...........  ...........       +2,600
          Optical
          Interconnects for
          Microsatellites
          Applications
         Transfer High          ...........  ...........      -16,900
          Altitude Airship to
          RDA, Line 154A
         Advanced RF            ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Technology
          Development
         Multiple-Target-       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Tracking Optical
          Sensor-Array
          Technology (MOST)
         Porous Silicon         ...........  ...........       +1,000
         SiC Thick Film Mirror  ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Coatings
         BMD Technology         ...........  ...........      -25,000
         NFIRE from line 74     ...........  ...........      +13,706
  32 Advanced Aerospace              75,866       58,466      -17,400
      Systems
         HABIT                  ...........  ...........      -14,000
         Advanced Aernautics    ...........  ...........       -5,000
          Demonstration (CRW
          and Heliplane)
         Long Gun               ...........  ...........       -6,400
         Improved Suborbital    ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Operations
  33 Space Programs and             223,811      213,811      -10,000
      Technology
         Space Assembly and     ...........  ...........      -10,000
          Manufacture
  34 Chemical and Biological        164,481      227,981      +63,500
      Defense Program--
      Advanced Development
         Dengue                 ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Countermeasures
         Ebola Countermeasures  ...........  ...........       +6,000
         Hand-held Biological   ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Agent Detection
          System
         Immunochemical         ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Biological/Chemical
          Threat Agent
          Detector
         NIDS Handheld          ...........  ...........      +12,000
          Biological Agent
          Detectors
         Oral Adjuvants         ...........  ...........       +2,000
         Outbreak Detection     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Information Network
          (ODIN)
         Plant Vaccine          ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Development
         Polyclonal Human       ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Antibody Production
          System
         Rapid Response         ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Database Systems
         Reactive Air           ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Purification for
          Individual and
          Collective Protec-
          tion
         Self-Detoxifying       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Materials in CB
          Protective Clothing
         Small Accelerators     ...........  ...........       +2,500
          and Detection
          Systems
  37 Special Technical Support  ...........        2,000       +2,000
         Spray Technique        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Analysis and
          Research for Defense
  39 Generic Logistics R&D           22,360       73,360      +51,000
      Technology
      Demonstrations
         Advanced Power         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Management for
          Wireless Systems
         Aging Systems          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Sustainment and
          Enabling
          Technologies
          (ASSET)
         Chameleon              ...........  ...........       +9,000
          Miniaturized
          Wireless Systems
         DOD Emall Net          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Inventory Service
         Hydrogen Logistics     ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Fuel Initiative
         Manufacturing          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Extention
          Partnership--Midwest
         Next Generation Air    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Start Cart
         Solid Hydrogen         ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Storage and Fuel
          Cell Systems
         Ultra-low Power        ...........  ...........      +20,000
          Battlefield Sensor
          System
         Vehicle Fuel Cell      ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Program
  41 Strategic Environmental         64,101       78,101      +14,000
      Research Program
         ChemNet Environmax     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          4.0
         Remediation of         ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Environments
          Contaminated by
          Ammonium
          Perchlorate--Univers
          ity of Idaho
         Wellhead Treatment of  ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Perchlorate
          Contaminated Wells
  43 Advanced Electronics           214,378      223,878       +9,500
      Technologies
         Electronic             ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Miniturization
         MIL Tech Extension     ...........  ...........       +1,500
         Small Scale Systems    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Packaging Center
  44 Advanced Concept               163,649      169,849       +6,200
      Technology
      Demonstrations
         Crossed Field          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Radiation Technology
         Flexible JP-8 ACES     ...........  ...........       +4,000
         High Altitude Airship  ...........  ...........       -4,800
         Portal Security        ...........  ...........       +6,000
  45 High Performance               189,747      213,247      +23,500
      Computing Modernization
      Program
         Arctic Regional        ...........  ...........       +5,500
          Supercomputer
         High Performance       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Computational Design
          of Novel Materials
         MHPCC Technology       ...........  ...........      +15,000
          Upgrade
  49 Land Warfare Technology        139,100      104,200      -34,900
         Non-lethal             ...........  ...........       -6,000
          Alternatives for
          Urban Operations
         DPX-5                  ...........  ...........       -5,900
         Mobile Network MIMO    ...........  ...........      -17,000
         C-130 STOL Demo        ...........  ...........       -6,000
  51 Network-Centric Warfare        136,899      131,899       -5,000
      Technology
         Precision Urban        ...........  ...........       -5,000
          Combat Systems
  52 Sensor Technology              189,452      171,452      -18,000
         ISIS                   ...........  ...........      -18,000
  55 Software Engineering            25,209       30,209       +5,000
      Institute
         Advanced Lithography-- ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Thin Film Masks for
          Lithography
  59 Test & Evaluation Science       28,614       34,614       +6,000
      & Technology
         Advanced Unmanned      ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Vehicle System
          Development
         National Unmanned      ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Systems
          Experimentation
          Environment (NUSE2)
         Program Growth         ...........  ...........       -5,000
  60 Technology Link                  3,435       11,185       +7,750
         Springboard            ...........  ...........       +7,750
  62 Special Operations             104,315      103,015       -1,300
      Advanced Technology
      Development
         Advanced Tactical      ...........  ...........      -10,000
          Laser
         C-130 Advanced         ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Tactical Airborne
          C4ISR System (ATACS)
         LRIP LASSO             ...........  ...........       +2,500
         Long Range Biometric   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Target
          Identification
          System
         Mark V Patrol Boat     ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Replacement
         Mobile Electrical      ...........  ...........       +1,900
          Power Utilizing
          Energy Harvesting
         Special Operations     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Portable Power
          Source
         Voice Activated        ...........  ...........       +2,300
          Handheld Translator
         SOST Program Growth    ...........  ...........      -10,000
  63 Physical Security          ...........        9,000       +9,000
      Equipment
         Persistant Perimeter   ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Security with
          Unmanned Mobile
          Sensors
         Intelligent Decision   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Exploration
  65 Joint Robotics Program          11,755       14,755       +3,000
         Robotic Assisted       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Convoy Operations
  66 Advanced Sensor                 18,275       26,275       +8,000
      Applications Program
         Biometric Signatures   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Research
         Secure Airborne Free   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Space Optical
          Communications
  69 Ballistic Missile Defense    1,143,610    1,208,610      +65,000
      Terminal Defense Segment
         Arrow Co-Production    ...........  ...........      +55,000
         Arrow Short Range      ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Ballistic Missile
          Defense
  70 Ballistic Missile Defense    3,266,196  ...........   -3,266,196
      Midcourse Defense
      Segment
         Ballistic Missile      ...........  ...........   -2,335,770
          Defense Ground-Based
          Midcourse Defense
          Segment to line 70A
         Sea-Based Midcourse    ...........  ...........     -848,426
          Defense Segment to
          line 70B
         Multiple Kill          ...........  ...........      -82,000
          Vehicles to line 70C
 70A Ballistic Missile Defense  ...........    2,541,657   +2,541,657
      Ground-Based Midcourse
      Defense Seg- ment
         Ground Based Mid-      ...........  ...........   +2,334,657
          Course Defense from
          line 70
         Ground Based Mid-      ...........  ...........     +200,000
          Course Defense Test
          Program/Enhance-
          ments
         Improved Materials     ...........  ...........       +8,000
          for Optical
          Materials
         Multiple Kill          ...........  ...........       -1,000
          Vehicles Program
          Support to line 70C
 70B Ballistic Missile Sea-     ...........      930,426     +930,426
      Based Midcourse Defense
      Segment
         Sea-Based Midcourse    ...........  ...........     +845,426
          Defense Segment from
          line 70
         Aegis SM-3             ...........  ...........      +75,000
          Development and
          Deployment
         Kauai Test Facility    ...........  ...........       [4,000]
         PMRF Upgrades          ...........  ...........       +5,000
         Range Mission Tool     ...........  ...........       +2,500
         Sensor Data Fusion     ...........  ...........       +2,500
          and Communications
 70C Multiple Kill Vehicles     ...........       83,000      +83,000
         Multiple Kill          ...........  ...........      +82,000
          Vehicles from line
          70
         Program Support from   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          line 70A
  71 Ballistic Missile Defense      483,863      493,863      +10,000
      Boost Defense Segment
         Airborne Laser         ...........  ...........      +10,000
  73 Ballistic Missile Defense      529,829  ...........     -529,829
      Sensors
         SSTS transfer to line  ...........  ...........     -235,536
          73A
         RADARS transfer to     ...........  ...........     -294,293
          line 73B
 73A Space Surveillance and     ...........      245,536     +245,536
      Tracking System
         SSTS transfer from     ...........  ...........     +235,536
          line 73
         Airborne Infrared      ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Surveillance Systems
          (AIRS)
 73B RADARS                     ...........      294,293     +294,293
         RADARS transfer from   ...........  ...........     +294,293
          line 73
  74 Ballistic Missile Defense      229,658      114,952     -114,706
      System Interceptor
         BMD System             ...........  ...........     -111,000
          Interceptors
         NFIRE to line 29       ...........  ...........      -13,706
         Net Centric Airborne   ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Defense Element
  75 Ballistic Missile Defense      617,456      624,456       +7,000
      Test & Targets
         Multi-Frame Blind      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Deconvolution
         Optical Sensors for    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          PMRF (SHOTS)
  76 Ballistic Missile Defense      455,152      425,152      -30,000
      Products
         C2BMC National Team    ...........  ...........      -30,000
          Unjustified Program
          Growth
  77 Ballistic Missile Defense      447,006      417,006      -30,000
      Systems Core
         BMD System Core        ...........  ...........      -30,000
  78 Special Programs--MDA          349,522      299,522      -50,000
         BMD Special Projects   ...........  ...........      -50,000
  83 Joint Capability                 3,000        7,000       +4,000
      Technology
      Demonstrations
         Satellite Assets for   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Joint Navigation
          Warfare
  86 Joint Electromagnetic            3,566       11,566       +8,000
      Technology (JET) Program
         Delta Mining Training  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Center
         HIPAS                  ...........  ...........       +4,000
  88 Chemical and Biological        280,908      259,408      -21,500
      Defense Program
         ParrallelaVax Rapid    ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Vaccine Testing
          Technology
         Program Growth         ...........  ...........      -25,000
  89 MANPADS Defense Program         13,349       16,349       +3,000
         Counter-MANPADS        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Airspace Protection
          System (CMAPS)
  90 Joint Robotics Program          13,745       15,745       +2,000
         Unmanned Ground        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Vehicles
  95 Financial Management            75,987       80,987       +5,000
      System Improvements
         Small Business Pilot   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Program to Re-
          Engineer DoD Vendor
          Pay Process
  96 Defense Integrated              20,322       45,322      +25,000
      Military Human Resources
      System (DIMHRS)
         DIMHRS                 ...........  ...........      +25,000
 109 Transformation                  10,152  ...........      -10,152
      Initiatives Program
         Program Reduction      ...........  ...........      -10,152
 114 Central Test and               128,759      136,759       +8,000
      Evaluation Investment
      Development (CTEIP)
         UAV Systems and        ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Operations
          Validations Program
         Unmanned Systems       ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Testbed
 121 Foreign Material                36,895       56,895      +20,000
      Acquisition and
      Exploitation
         Classified Adjustment  ...........  ...........      +20,000
 125 Classified Program USD(P)  ...........      100,000     +100,000
         Classified Adjustment  ...........  ...........     +100,000
 128 Support to Networks and         10,706       16,706       +6,000
      Information Integration
         Pacific Disaster       ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Center
 130 Chemical and Biological         81,425       83,925       +2,500
      Defense Program
         Advanced Chemical/     ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Biological
          Integrated Response
          Course
 135 Classified Programs--C3I   ...........       10,000      +10,000
         Foreign Supplier       ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Assessment Center
 136 Small Business Innovation        1,983        4,983       +3,000
      Research/Challenge
      Administration
         Advanced Metalized     ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Gelled Propellants
 170 DISA Mission Support             3,426       13,426      +10,000
      Operations
         Critical               ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Infrastructure Test
          Range at the Idaho
          National Laboratory
 177 Teleport Program                12,180        7,180       -5,000
         Execution Delays       ...........  ...........       -5,000
 202 Industrial Preparedness         18,219       24,719       +6,500
         Center for Advanced    ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Manufacturing
         Manufacturing          ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Engineering of Spray
          Cooling Technology
 208 Special Operations              63,513       80,813      +17,300
      Tactical Systems
      Development
         Alternative Mobility   ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Vehicles (AMV) for
          Special Operations
          Applications
         Covert Waveform        ...........  ...........       +4,800
          Communications
          Modules
         Mountain Climbing/     ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Artic Warfare Boot
         SOF Unmanned Vehicle   ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Targeting
 209 Special Operations              33,167       52,167      +19,000
      Intelligence Systems
      Development
         Bio-Warfare Testing    ...........  ...........       +1,500
         Joint Threat Warning   ...........  ...........       +6,000
          System--GSK and UAV
         Application Specific   ...........  ...........       +6,000
          Integrated Circuit
          (ASIC) Development
         Special Operations     ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Wireless Mgmt and
          Ctrl (SOWMAC)
         Tactical Miniture SDR  ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Receiver
 210 SOF Operational                 66,313       77,813      +11,500
      Enhancements
         B-Band Covert Night    ...........  ...........       +5,500
          Vision System Low-
          Rate Initial Produc-
          tion
         Lightweight Portable   ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Solar Panels
         Special Operations     ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Tactical Mobility
          Simulator
         Special Payload for    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Neptune UAV System
 213 Operations Advanced Seal         2,040       11,040       +9,000
      Delivery System (ASDS)
      Development
         Advanced Materials &   ...........  ...........       +9,000
          Processes Demo for
          High-Speed Military
          Craft
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    Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency [DARPA].--The 
Committee recommends $2,923,252,000 for DARPA, this is 
$160,500,000 below the budget request. The Committee's 
recommended reductions, outlined specifically in the tables 
accompanying this section, were based on program execution 
status, budgetary constraints, and in particular, an assessment 
of potential value to the warfighter. The Committee is 
concerned that many of the technologies DARPA is pursuing will 
have marginal impact on the Department's overall warfighting 
capability and urges DARPA to focus solely on those programs 
that promise the greatest benefit to the warfighter in the 
future.
    Spartan.--The Committee is aware that the Spartan unmanned 
surface vehicle offers Navy battle force commanders unique 
capabilities to deal with asymmetric threats while keeping 
sailors away from danger. The Committee encourages the Advanced 
Concept Technology Development office to work with the Navy and 
small businesses that have experience in developing and 
manufacturing reinforced composites for small commercial 
vessels to determine the feasibility of using reinforced 
composites to reduce the cost and weight of the Spartan 
unmanned surface vehicle.
    Quick Reaction Special Projects.--The Committee provides 
$110,717,000 for the Office of the Secretary of Defense [OSD] 
Quick Reaction Special Projects, Rapid Reaction and Technology 
Transition programs. These programs provide the OSD funding 
necessary to rapidly develop emerging wartime and force 
protection needs. The Committee has previously expressed 
concern about providing funding for programs that do not 
delineate specific requirements or program plans. In order to 
achieve an appropriate balance between fulfilling the 
Department's need for flexibility and the Committee's fiscal 
oversight responsibilities, the Committee recommends approval 
of the President's budget request but directs that no funds may 
be obligated or expended until 5 days after the congressional 
defense committees have been notified in writing of the planned 
projects and their respective schedule and funding 
requirements.

                        MISSILE DEFENSE PROGRAMS

    The Committee recommends a total of $7,947,833,000 for the 
Missile Defense Agency. While this is a substantial amount of 
funding, the Committee notes that it is nearly $1,000,000,000 
below the fiscal year 2005 appropriation, due to the 
Administration's reduction of $1,000,000,000 in its budget 
request for missile defense. Given the likelihood that fiscal 
year 2005 marked the high water mark for missile defense 
funding, it is imperative that diminishing missile defense 
resources are well-focused on its priorities. In particular, 
the Missile Defense Agency must do everything possible to 
maximize the capabilities of the systems in which heavy 
investments have been made over so many years, such as the 
ground-based missile defense system, the Aegis ballistic 
missile defense system, and the airborne laser programs.
    To ensure that these and other missile defense programs 
receive appropriate attention, the Committee directs that the 
Missile Defense Agency split its program elements, as shown in 
the table above, into smaller, more-focused programs. This will 
enable the Congress to have more oversight and visibility into 
these important programs and ensure that large sums of money 
are not being re-aligned internally and diverted to other 
activities.
    The Committee is pleased to note the progress of the 
ballistic missile defense system integration, which has already 
been demonstrated in a significant way with the integration of 
the ground-based missile defense systems, the Aegis system, and 
the radar and command and control programs for the defense of 
the United States. The Committee recognizes this unheralded 
success and recommends that it serve as the foundation for the 
ballistic missile defense system.
    Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense [BMD].--The Committee 
commends the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense program and its 
leadership for its successes to date. Despite these 
achievements, the program was reduced in the fiscal year 2006 
budget request. In order to ensure the continued success of the 
Aegis program, the Committee recommends an additional 
$75,000,000 for the Aegis BMD program in order to accelerate 
production of the Standard Missile-3 and to make improvements 
to the system. These funds shall be used to accelerate the 
Aegis BMD Signal Processor, to purchase additional test 
equipment in order to accelerate SM-3 missile production, to 
fund long-lead material for 15 additional missiles, to 
accelerate implementation of the engage-on-remote and launch-
on-remote upgrades, and to accelerate integration of the two-
color seeker for the SM-3 kill vehicle.
    Airborne Laser.--The Committee notes the Missile Defense 
Agency's designation of the Airborne Laser program as its 
primary boost-phase program. This designation is consistent 
with the steady progress made on this program in the last 18 
months. The Committee is encouraged by these developments and 
recommends an additional $10,000,000 for this important 
program.
    High Altitude Airship.--The Committee directs the Missile 
Defense Agency to transfer the High Altitude Airship program to 
the ``Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army'' 
appropriation (line 154A). The Committee is aware that the 
program was recently restructured due primarily to weight gain 
in the fabric and, based on its schedule growth, is no longer 
part of the Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration program. 
The Committee believes that the Missile Defense Agency is no 
longer the appropriate steward of the program and that MDA 
should be focused on its immediate mission of testing and 
fielding an interim missile defense capability. In addition, 
the Committee considers moving the program to the Army will 
enhance the Army's tactical communications and intelligence, 
surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities.
    Asymmetric Threat.--The Committee is aware of a potential 
``asymmetric threat'' to the United States where terrorists of 
nation-states would move short-range missiles closer to the 
United States on sea-based platforms. Accordingly, the Director 
of the Defense Intelligence Agency shall provide a report to 
the congressional defense committees not later than February 1, 
2006, which examines this threat and assesses its validity. The 
Director of the Missile Defense Agency shall provide a report 
not later than May 1, 2006, that provides a recommendation for 
the nearest-term, lowest-cost solution to the threat described 
in the intelligence report.
    Ballistic Missile Defense System Interceptor Program 
Element.--The Ballistic Missile Defense System [BMDS] 
Interceptor program element consists of the NFIRE program and 
the KEI program. Because these programs have no related program 
elements, the Committee recommends the realignment of the NFIRE 
program to the Ballistic Missile Defense Technology Program 
Element. This accounts for $13,706,000 of the reduction to the 
BMDS Interceptor PE. The Committee directs the Missile Defense 
Agency [MDA] to complete development and mission integration of 
the deployable NFIRE Kill Vehicle [KV]. The Committee urges the 
Agency to collect near-field data for critical missile defense 
interceptor risk reduction with the Kill Vehicle.
    Along with the other congressional defense committees, this 
Committee has expressed repeated concerns about the rationale 
for the KEI program since its inception. In a decreasing 
budgetary environment, funding for this future developmental 
program serves only to crowd out much needed funding for the 
Missile Defense Agency's near-term priorities, not just for the 
remainder of the Future Year Defense Plan [FYDP], but also in 
the years beyond the current FYDP. The Missile Defense Agency 
assigned most of its fiscal year 2006 budget reductions to the 
KEI program, which effectively designated it as its lowest 
priority program. The Committee believes diminishing resources 
not only on the near-term fielding of maturing missile defense 
systems, but also on their spiral development--most 
particularly for the Aegis and Ground-Based Midcourse 
programs--to be of significantly higher priority. Accordingly, 
the Committee recommends a reduction of $111,000,000 to this 
program and directs the Missile Defense Agency to focus only on 
a technology demonstration program.
    Ground-based Midcourse Defense [GMD].--The GMD program 
demonstrated mixed results in the last year. According to the 
MDA-chartered Independent Review Team [IRT], ``The Missile 
Defense Agency, the Joint Program Office, the Military 
Services, and U.S. industry have overcome enormous programmatic 
and technical obstacles in a remarkably short period of time . 
. . The system's complexity and deployment challenges make this 
achievement comparable to the Manhattan Project to develop an 
atomic bomb, and the Minuteman and Polaris ballistic missile 
system deployments.'' At the same time, however, successive 
flight test failures following four of five successful 
intercepts make evident the need for increased focus on quality 
control and reliability processes.
    The Committee believes the GMD program is fundamentally 
sound but in need of more rigor in its engineering and test 
processes. Accordingly, because of the increasingly significant 
threat which continues to drive the need for this program, 
$200,000,000 is added to the budget request to maintain the 
production schedule for Ground-Based Interceptors [GBI] and for 
such additional ground and flight test assets and associated 
testing as may be necessary for the program.
    The Committee understands that the Missile Defense Agency 
is considering breaking apart the GMD program. The Committee 
disagrees emphatically; GMD is a fully integrated defensive 
weapon system with multiple real time fire control loops. 
Fragmenting the fire control loop seriously jeopardizes the 
functionality of the weapon system and should not be undertaken 
until such time as it is fully developed, spiral upgraded and 
in a final stable configuration. Therefore, the Committee 
directs that the GMD program be continued as a single fully 
integrated defensive system, with responsibility, authority, 
and accountability for all aspects of the program--to include 
but not be limited to the GBI, sensors (to include, as 
examples, the Sea-based X-band, or SBX, and Upgraded Early 
Warning Radars, or UEWR), fire control, and all related 
activities, at least until such time as GMD and its components 
have been completely developed through the spiral process, its 
full capability defined, and the program ready to be 
transferred to the Department of the Army.
    It is particularly troubling that the MDA is taking steps 
which, if continued, will sub-optimize the capability of and 
investment in the GMD element of the ballistic missile defense 
system. Contrary to repeated Defense Department statements on 
spiral development and block upgrades for the missile defense 
program, MDA at best plans only marginal improvements to the 
capability of the GMD program's Ground-based Interceptor. The 
Committee notes, in particular, the statement in a January 28, 
2005 briefing by the MDA Director to the Deputy Secretary of 
Defense that MDA would ``not pursue major booster or kill 
vehicle upgrades'' for the GBI. After many years of investment 
in this midcourse interceptor, MDA has now essentially decided 
that the first generation GBI will also be its last generation 
GBI. This approach would fail to capitalize on the years of 
previous investment and technology development in a decreasing 
budgetary environment.
    The Committee is extremely concerned that MDA's approach to 
the GBI is symptomatic of a broader lack of focus on the 
administration's stated missile defense priorities and 
therefore directs that not later than December 1, 2005, the MDA 
Director shall provide to the congressional defense committees 
his plan for the spiral development of the GMD system. This 
report will include the spiral development plan for the current 
GBI, consisting of the EKV and its boosters, and the rest of 
the GMD integrated defensive system. The plan must clearly 
explain how we are leveraging our national investment in GMD 
and achieving both near-term war fighter capability 
improvements as well as a robust longer-term plan and vision 
for upgrading GMD.
    Ground-Based Interceptor Launch Facility.--The Committee 
encourages the Missile Defense Agency to designate the Ground-
Based Interceptor Launch Facility at Vandenberg Air Force Base, 
California, as the Ronald W. Reagan Ground-Based Interceptor 
Launch Facility.
    Tulane Missile Defense.--The Committee directs the Missile 
Defense Agency to continue the Tulane Missile Defense project 
at the fiscal year 2005 enacted level.
    Man-Portable Air Defense Systems [MANPADS] Defense 
Program.--The Department requested $13,349,000 to develop a 
ground-based, networked electro-optical sensor grid combined 
with directed energy, counter MANPAD technologies to protect 
both military and commercial aviation from MANPADS. The 
Committee understands that there are also commercial off-the-
shelf, ground-based systems currently available that could 
create a dome of protection against MANPADS around an airport. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
review both the current and potential future technologies 
available to address this threat and provide the Committee an 
assessment of the most cost effective plan to meet operational 
requirements in an expeditious manner. This report should 
evaluate the different technologies and concepts available to 
meet this threat and should be provided to the congressional 
defense committees not later than December 1, 2005.
    Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System 
[DIMHRS].--The Committee is aware that accelerating funding for 
the DIMHRS program may significantly and more quickly improve 
support to the joint staff and unified combatant commanders to 
provide a single, fully integrated personnel and pay management 
system for our Service personnel. Therefore, the Committee has 
provided an additional $25,000,000 for this purpose. Further, 
the Committee finds the co-location of the DIMHRS joint program 
manager, the program office and the development staff at the 
SPAWAR Information Technology Center an efficient arrangement.
    Spartan Unmanned Surface Vehicle.--The Committee is aware 
that the Spartan unmanned surface vehicle offers Navy battle 
force commanders unique capabilities to deal with asymmetric 
threats while keeping sailors away from danger. The Committee 
urges the Department of Defense ACTD office to work with the 
Navy and a small business that has a proven record in 
developing and manufacturing reinforced composites for small 
commercial vessels to determine the feasibility of using 
reinforced composites to reduce the cost and weight of the 
Spartan unmanned surface vehicle.

                Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $314,835,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     168,458,000
House allowance.........................................     168,458,000
Committee recommendation................................     168,458,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $168,458,000. 
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--
                                                                            2006 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
                                         Item                                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                                                             estimate        allowance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      OPERATIONAL TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE

     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     CENTRAL TEST AND EVALUATION INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT (CT             ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION                                            43,928          43,928          43,928  ..............  ..............
     LIVE FIRE TESTING                                                          10,340          10,340          10,340  ..............  ..............
     DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION                                           114,190         114,190         114,190  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                     168,458         168,458         168,458  ..............  ..............
                                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE                             168,458         168,458         168,458  ..............  ..............
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                                TITLE V

                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

                     Defense Working Capital Funds

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $1,174,210,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,471,340,000
House allowance.........................................   1,154,340,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,154,940,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,154,940,000. This is $316,400,000 below the budget estimate.

                     National Defense Sealift Fund

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $1,204,626,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,648,504,000
House allowance.........................................   1,599,459,000
Committee recommendation................................     579,954,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $579,954,000. 
This is $1,068,550,000 below the budget estimate.
    T-AKE.--The Committee is once again concerned about the 
status of construction of the T-AKE Class ships. The Navy 
continues to request funding ahead of need for a ship program 
that is experiencing significant construction delays and is 
executing poorly. The President's budget requests funds for the 
ninth ship of the Class when construction has yet to commence 
on the five previously appropriated ships. Further, the 
Committee understands that the program is experiencing cost 
growth on all T-AKEs, including those that are not yet under 
construction. Therefore, the Committee recommends withholding 
funding for an additional T-AKE until both the cost and 
construction schedule have stabilized.
    Maritime Prepositioning Ship [MPS] Leases.--The President's 
budget requests $749,797,000 for the buyout of 13 MPS leases. 
The Navy justifies its budget request by claiming that buying 
out these vessels will potentially save the Government money. 
The Committee questions this assertion for two reasons. First, 
the useful life of these ships has not been well-defined and 
second, the actual cost to procure the vessels is currently 
unknown. The Navy reports that recent arbitration proceedings 
on the first two ships affirmed Navy estimates; however, the 
Committee notes that negotiations remain outstanding on 11 
additional vessels. As such, the Committee finds the Navy's 
current cost savings estimates and thus its budget request 
imprecise. The Committee believes however, that potential 
exists for the Government to realize savings from the 
procurement of these vessels and recommends $127,000,000 in 
funding to procure three of the 13 vessels, consistent with 
recommendations contained in S. 1042, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.

                                TITLE VI

               OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS

                         Defense Health Program

Appropriations, 2005.................................... $18,171,436,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................  19,791,612,000
House allowance.........................................  19,983,912,000
Committee recommendation................................  20,237,962,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$20,237,962,000. This is $446,350,000 above the budget 
estimate.
    The Committee remains concerned by the Department's efforts 
to fund shortfalls in the contractor provided private sector 
care account from direct care funding for military treatment 
facilities [MTFs]. The Committee believes that such actions 
will adversely impact the ability of the MTFs to provide 
quality health care to military beneficiaries. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends that not more than $10,157,427,000 may be 
available for contractor provided medical services within 
TRICARE, and directs the Department to follow established prior 
approval reprogramming procedures before transferring funds 
from the direct care account to the private sector account. 
This language should not be interpreted by the Department as 
limiting the amount of funds that may be transferred to the 
direct care system from other budget activities within the 
Defense Health Program.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

Operation and Maintenance

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska Federal Health Care Network......................           2,500
Digital Access and Analysis of Historic Records at AFIP.          20,000
Iowa Army Ammunitions Plant Health Study................             750
Brown Tree Snakes.......................................           2,000
Graduate School of Nursing..............................           2,500
Pacific Island Health Care Referral.....................           4,250
Tri-Service Nursing Research Program....................           6,000
USUHS WMD Collaborative Medical Readiness Initiative....           1,000
Adaptive Sport Program..................................             150
Air Force Medical Service Database Initiative...........           3,000
Army Medical Department Enterprise Resource Planning....           2,100
PTSD Resource Sharing Demonstration at Fort Ethan Allen.             500
Automated Clinical Practice Guidelines..................           2,000
HealtheForces Program...................................           5,000
Information Therapy Program.............................           2,600
Integrated Clinical Information Systems Collaboration...           3,000
Madigan Army Medical Trauma Unit........................           2,000
Special Operations Injury Prevention Program............           1,600
U.S. Air Force Digitized Health Record..................           1,000
Vaccine Health Care Centers.............................           6,000
Maternal-Fetal Health Informatics & Outreach Program....           1,000
Comprehensive Cancer Screening and Diagnostics..........           7,000
Blast Injury Prevention, Mitigation, and Treatment                18,000
 Initiative.............................................
Clinical Coupler Integration............................           4,000
Reduction in Private Sector Care Budget Activity........         -55,000
In-House Care Budget Activity Increase..................          55,000
                                                         ---------------
      Total adjustments.................................          97,950
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    HealtheForces.--The committee directs $5,000,000 be made 
available to the Air Force Surgeon General for the continued 
transfer of ICDB/HealtheForces government developed software in 
support of medically underserved, rural health clinics and 
group practices.
    Blast Injury Prevention, Mitigation, and Treatment 
Initiative.--The Military Health System has witnessed an 
increase in the number of traumatic brain and head injuries 
suffered by servicemembers fighting in support of the Global 
War on Terror [GWOT]. These incidents have defined the growing 
requirement for both research and treatment for blast injuries. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends $18,000,000 for the 
improvement of clinical evaluation, acute diagnosis, and 
treatment of blast injuries, especially in the area of 
traumatic brain injury, and directs $10,000,000 of this amount 
for the increased specialized treatment capacity of traumatic 
brain injury for military personnel who have suffered such 
injuries that are recently returning from deployment.
    The Committee has a long history of involvement in this 
area. In 1991, Congress created the Defense and Veterans Head 
Injury Program [DVHIP] to enable the Department of Defense to 
take the lead in tracking, evaluating, and treating head 
injuries. Therefore, in addition to the $7,000,000 included for 
DVHIP in the President's Budget for fiscal year 2006, the 
Committee expects DVHIP to play a substantial role in the use 
of the $18,000,000 the Committee has designated for the Blast 
Injury Prevention, Mitigation, and Treatment Initiative. In 
addition, the Committee is concerned over the past management 
of DVHIP funds, and therefore directs that management of DVHIP 
funds be transferred from the Uniformed Services University of 
the Health Science [USUHS] to the Army Medical Research and 
Materiel Command [AMRMC] at Fort Detrick. The Committee directs 
the Department to administer this change beginning in fiscal 
year 2006 and to continue for future years. The Committee also 
expects that the Department will continue to expand funding for 
this valuable program in future years.
    Clinical Coupling Software.--The Committee is pleased that 
the Department continues to deploy its electronic medical 
record [CHCSII] with embedded clinical decision support tools, 
which couple patient data with medical knowledge. The Committee 
is aware that the value of such tools will be enhanced in the 
coming months as service members will gain the capability to 
submit thorough and problem-specific medical information to 
their records via Tricare Online. The Committee provides 
$4,000,000 to sustain this important but partially unfunded 
requirement for fiscal year 2006, and expects that such tools 
will be fully funded in ongoing CHCSII sustainment costs in the 
President's budget request for fiscal year 2007.

Procurement

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hyperbaric Oxygenation Chamber..........................           2,000
                                                         ---------------
      Total adjustments.................................           2,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Hyperbaric Oxygenation Chamber.--The Committee is 
increasingly concerned with the number of casualties returning 
to the United States for treatment from wounds received in Iraq 
and Afghanistan. Wounded servicemembers are returning from 
combat with severe burns and extremity injuries that require 
grafts, or in many cases, amputation. The Committee is aware of 
the successful use of hyperbaric treatment in leading civilian 
hospitals and understands that the U.S. Air Force Brooks 
Medical Center has validated the benefits of hyperbaric 
treatment for severe injuries. Hyperbaric treatment exposes the 
body to high concentrations of oxygen that reduces swelling, 
improves healing, helps fight infections, and can reduce the 
severity of amputations resulting from injuries common to those 
inflicted to troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. The 
Committee therefore provides $2,000,000 for procurement, 
installation and use of two monoplace hyperbaric chambers each 
for Walter Reed Army Medical Center and National Naval Medical 
Center Bethesda.

Research, Development, Test and Evaluation

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Preventive Medicine Research for Prostate Cancer........           2,000
Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program..................          50,000
Breast Cancer Research Program..........................         150,000
Prostate Cancer Research Program........................          85,000
Ovarian Cancer Research Program.........................          10,000
Hawaii Federal Health Care Network......................          25,000
Armed Forces Medical and Food Research..................           2,000
Copper Antimicrobial Program............................           2,000
Inositol-Signaling, Molecule-Based Radioprotectant Drug            2,000
 Development............................................
Manganese Health Research Program.......................           2,000
Medical Vanguard Diabetes Management Project............             900
Noninvasive Hydration and Hemodynamic Monitoring........           1,000
Platelet Transfusion Therapy............................           1,000
Regenerative Medicine Research..........................           2,000
Supervision Using Electro-Active Optics.................           5,000
Telerobotic and Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery.....           2,500
Noninvasive Nanodiagnostics of Cancer...................           4,000
                                                         ---------------
      Total adjustments.................................         346,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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: advanced proteomics, 
alcoholism research, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, autoimmune 
diseases, childhood asthma, chronic pain and fatigue research, 
diabetes research, Duchenne's disease research, fibromyalgia, 
kidney cancer research, lupus research, molecular switching 
vaccines, osteoporosis and related bone diseases, Paget's 
Disease, post traumatic stress disorders, polycystic kidney 
disease, pulmonary hypertension, scleroderma, social work 
research, the cancer institute for the University of Tennessee, 
tuberous sclerosis complex, and blood related cancers such as 
leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma.
    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

    Military Health System Base Realignment and Closure 
Impacts.--The Committee is pleased that the Department of 
Defense has established the Military Health System [MHS] Office 
of Transformation to analyze, assess and establish milestones 
for achieving the Base Realignment and Closure [BRAC] 
recommendations. The Committee hopes that this office will be 
able to implement a strategy in carrying out its objectives 
without interruption to the unique health care services that 
are provided to military personnel and their beneficiaries. The 
Committee therefore encourages the Secretary of Defense and the 
MHS Office of Transformation to consider the inclusion of the 
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences to work in 
a Joint-Service atmosphere.
    Humanitarian Missions for the U.S.S. Comfort and U.S.S. 
Mercy.--The Committee understands the need for humanitarian 
assistance abroad in times of crisis, and recognizes that 
hospital ships such as the U.S.S. Comfort and the U.S.S. Mercy 
can provide a substantial capability when deployed in support 
of these missions. The Committee is aware of the interest of 
the Navy to develop a concept of operations for the deployment 
of these two hospital ships in humanitarian and disaster relief 
missions. The Committee encourages the Chief of Naval 
Operations to continue this development and also encourages the 
Navy to look at the use of other ship platforms that can be 
deployed for humanitarian and disaster relief missions abroad. 
Further, the Committee encourages the Chief of Naval Operations 
to consider the use of volunteer organizations, such as Project 
Hope, to assist with humanitarian missions and the relief of 
natural disasters.
    Health Professions Loan Repayment Program.--The Committee 
is very pleased with the impact that loan repayment has had on 
recruitment and retention across the spectrum of health 
professions. Dentists, nurses, pharmacists, psychologists and 
optometrists have all indicated that greater targeting of funds 
for loan repayment has enhanced recruitment as well as 
retention efforts. The Committee strongly encourages the 
Department to continue to utilize programs for loan repayment 
that are separate from the Health Professions Scholarship and 
the Financial Assistance Programs.
    Integrated Pharmacy Programs.--The Committee commends the 
efforts to date of the Tripler Army Medical Center and the 
Spark M. Matsunaga VA Medical Center to integrate their 
pharmacy services. Such programs have considerable potential to 
enhance both patient safety and beneficiary satisfaction. The 
Committee recommends that the bi-directional pharmacy interface 
is shared with other military medical treatment facilities who 
participate in sharing agreements with the VA.
    Bi-Directional Health Information Exchange.--The Committee 
recognizes that electronic medical records reduce potential 
medical errors and provide critical continuity of care among 
various health care providers treating a single patient. The 
Committee is pleased with the Department's plan to begin 
demonstration projects exploring bi-directional access to 
electronic health information on DOD and VA shared patients.
    Nurse Officers-to-Nurse Faculty.--The Committee recognizes 
that the current nursing shortage is having an effect on the 
quality and efficacy of the entire health care system. The 
Committee cites the February 2004 U.S. Bureau of Labor 
Statistics Report on Employment Projections, reflecting job 
growth and the need to replace registered nurses who have left 
the industry, at more than 1,100,000 from 2002 to 2012. In an 
effort to combat the nursing faculty shortage and educate the 
new nursing workforce, the Committee recommends the creation of 
a Nurse Officers-to-Educators Program, modeled after the 
successful Troops-to-Teachers Program at the Department of 
Defense. The program will place qualified nurse military 
veterans into educator positions in accredited schools of 
nursing.
    Post-Doctoral Education.--The Committee continues to be 
supportive of post-doctoral training in health psychology and 
applauds the successes and merits of the progress being made at 
Tripler Army Medical Center [TAMC]. The Committee encourages 
the Department of Defense to consolidate post-doctoral training 
efforts for psychologists in those military medical centers 
where independent departments of psychology exist and to 
lengthen it to a 2-year program, where appropriate. The 
Committee urges the Navy and Air Force to consider placement of 
psychologists at TAMC as part of a joint post-doctoral training 
initiative.
    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 commends the 
Department for increasing the nurse accession bonus to $15,000 
to be used as a recruiting incentive. The Committee urges the 
Department to monitor financial incentives and trends in the 
Department of Veterans Affairs [VA] and civilian organizations 
to ensure accession bonuses remain competitive during the 
worsening national shortage of registered nurses. The Committee 
directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs 
to provide a report to the congressional defense committees 
comparing accession bonuses, salaries and other benefits 
offered by DOD and VA and their effect on recruitment and 
retention rates by March 1, 2006.
    Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.--The Committee 
reiterates its strong support of the current scope of practice 
of military Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists [CRNAs] to 
practice as licensed independent providers of anesthesia care.
    Pediatric Emergency Medical Services.--The Committee 
expresses its strong support for pediatric-specific EMS 
training and equipment related to hospital preparedness. 
Children have unique presentations of disease and responses to 
injuries. The Committee urges the Secretary of Defense to 
ensure that Military Treatment Facilities [MTFs] maintain these 
initiatives in recognition of the unique emergency medical 
needs of children. The Committee directs the Surgeons General 
of the Army, Navy, and Air Force to provide a report to the 
congressional defense committees outlining the extent to which 
specific pediatric emergency medical training and equipment are 
available throughout MTFs by March 1, 2006.
    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. 
The Committee strongly encourages the service laboratories to 
reverse cuts made to their behavioral research programs.
    Chief of the Nurse Corps.--The Committee is pleased that 
the Secretaries of the Army, the Air Force and the Navy have 
implemented Major General and Rear Admiral positions for nurses 
in their respective services. However, the Committee requests 
the Secretary of the Navy to review the policy for 
implementation of Public Law 107-314, the National Defense 
Authorization Act, 2003, which requires the Chiefs of each 
service's Nurse Corps to hold the rank of Major General or Rear 
Admiral and to provide a report on the status of 
implementation.
    Triple Helix Partnership.--The Committee commends the 
Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center [TATRC] 
for its creative use of Triple Helix partnerships (academia-
government-industry) to accelerate the prototyping of advanced 
medical technologies, and encourages TATRC to conduct a 2-year 
pilot to validate leveraging of Triple Helix partnerships to 
support the advanced medical technology needs of the 
anticipated Joint Medical Command. The Committee directs the 
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs to submit a 
report to the congressional defense committees not later than 
March 1, 2006, on a plan to implement such a pilot program.
    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 the use of tobacco 
products, it has not aggressively pursued suggested pilot 
programs and not yet incorporated smoking cessation in TRICARE 
Prime benefits even though such preventative care saves money. 
The Committee urges the Department to expedite availability of 
tobacco use prevention and cessation programs to all personnel.
    Battlefield Head Injury Diagnosis.--The Committee 
recognizes that head injury and the ability to evaluate and 
treat patients with head trauma is a leading concern in modern 
combat warfare. The lack of availability of sophisticated 
diagnostic equipment at remote locations often leads to the 
costly evacuation of casualties to higher echelons of care for 
diagnosis. Additionally, the Committee recognizes it is often 
difficult to determine at the field hospital level when a 
patient with a minor head injury can be safely returned to 
duty. The Committee is impressed with the use of the ImPACT 
Head Injury Diagnostic tool currently used extensively by 
athletic trainers to evaluate head injuries. The Committee 
urges the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs to 
explore the use of this tool as a means for rapid evaluation 
and triage of combat-related head trauma.
    Advanced Wound Management.--Various military medical 
centers have been utilizing advanced wound management products 
such as nanocrystalline silver dressings, human fibroblast-
derived tissue substitutes, and high-velocity hydrosurgery 
systems. These products have proven to be effective in treating 
military personnel in the field. The Committee encourages the 
Department of Defense to evaluate these products for wider use 
at military treatment facilities and in medical units.
    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.--The Committee recognizes 
the Army Behavioral Health Technology Office, located at 
Madigan Army Medical Center has been charged with developing, 
integrating and evaluating new and emerging technologies for 
the Army. The Committee is supportive of the work being done to 
evaluate the efficacy of various approaches to improving the 
capability of the military and civilian health care systems to 
provide early diagnosis and treatment of Post Traumatic Stress 
Disorder [PTSD] and other mental health conditions. Therefore, 
the Committee encourages the Department to develop an Internet-
based diagnosis and treatment capability, utilizing Internet-
based automated tools, to assist military members and their 
families with early diagnosis and treatment of PTSD and other 
mental health conditions.

            Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army

Appropriations, 2005....................................  $1,372,990,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................   1,405,827,000
House allowance.........................................   1,355,827,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,430,727,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,430,727,000. This is $24,900,000 above the budget estimate.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2006 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 Operation and maintenance     1,241,514    1,241,514  ...........
   2 Procurement                     116,527      116,527  ...........
   3 Research, development,           47,786       72,686      +24,900
      test and evaluation
         ACWA Program            ...........  ...........      -31,000
          Management
         ACWA Blue Grass and     ...........  ...........      +51,000
          Pueblo construction
         ACWA Supercritical      ...........  ...........       +4,900
          Water Oxidation
          development
                                ----------------------------------------
           Total                   1,405,827    1,430,727      +24,900
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The budget request includes $1,405,827,000 for the 
``Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army'' 
appropriation. This is an increase of $32,837,000 above the 
fiscal year 2005 appropriated level.
    Blue Grass and Pueblo Assembled Chemical Weapons 
Alternatives Sites.--The Committee has provided $51,000,000 in 
``Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army, Research and 
Development'' to support planning, design, and construction of 
facilities at the Blue Grass and Pueblo Assembled Chemical 
Weapons Alternatives sites. The Committee notes this is a one-
time exception to assist the Department of Defense to re-start 
the critical work that must be accomplished at these two sites 
in order for the nation to comply with the Chemical Weapons 
Convention [CWC] Treaty. The Committee directs the Defense 
Department to request the appropriate authorizations and 
appropriations in order to continue and complete the Blue Grass 
and Pueblo sites, and that these requirements be reflected in 
its fiscal year 2007 budget submission to include the outyears. 
Further, the Committee expects the Department of Defense to 
manage the Chemical Demilitarization program safely (to include 
environmental safety), effectively, securely, and in compliance 
with the CWC Treaty.

         Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $906,522,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     895,741,000
House allowance.........................................     906,941,000
Committee recommendation................................     926,821,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $926,821,000. 
This is $31,080,000 above the budget estimate. The Committee 
has, based on previous supplemental requests, decided to fund 
activities in Afghanistan in Title IX.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska National Guard Counterdrug Program..............            3,000
Hawaii National Guard Counterdrug Program..............            3,100
Appalachia High Intensity Trafficking Area.............            2,000
West Virginia National Guard Counterdrug Program.......            3,000
Kentucky National Guard Counterdrug Program............            3,600
Nevada National Guard CD RAID Program..................            3,500
New Mexico National Guard Counterdrug Program..........            4,000
Regional Counterdrug Training Academy, Mississippi.....            1,500
Northeast Regional Counterdrug Training Center.........            4,000
Midwest Regional Counterdrug Training Center...........            6,000
National Guard Counterdrug Support.....................           25,000
PC 9220 Afghanistan....................................           -3,900
PC 4101 CENTCOM CN HQ Support..........................           -4,400
PC 6503 SOF CN Support--CENTCOM........................             -920
PC 9204 CENTCOM CN OPS Support.........................           -6,200
PC 9213 CENTCOM CN Reserve Support.....................             -600
PC 9495 Enhanced CENTCOM Support.......................          -11,600
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................           31,080
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Office of the Inspector General

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $204,562,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     209,687,000
House allowance.........................................     209,687,000
Committee recommendation................................     209,687,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $209,687,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                               TITLE VII

                            RELATED AGENCIES

   Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $239,400,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     244,600,000
House allowance.........................................     244,600,000
Committee recommendation................................     244,600,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $244,600,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

               Intelligence Community Management Account

Appropriations, 2005....................................    $310,466,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................     354,844,000
House allowance.........................................     376,844,000
Committee recommendation................................     413,344,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $413,344,000. 
This is $58,500,000 above the budget estimate.

                 National Security Education Trust Fund

Appropriations, 2005....................................      $8,000,000
Budget estimate, 2006...................................................
House allowance.........................................................
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee recommends no appropriation. This is equal to 
the 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 programs as noted in 
the section.
    Sec. 8009. Humanitarian and Civic Assistance.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8010. Civilian Personnel Ceilings.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8011. Overseas Installation Notification.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8012. Lobbying.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8013. Educational Benefits and Bonuses.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8014. Organizational Analysis/Contracting Out.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    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. Procurement Adjustment.--The Committee includes 
a new provision that reduces the ``Other Procurement, Army'' 
appropriation. The Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act 
for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief, 2005 
(Public Law 109-13) provided additional funding in this account 
to accelerate the pace of Army equipment acquisitions planned 
in fiscal year 2006. This action was taken to ensure units 
supporting upcoming rotations in Iraq and Afghanistan were 
adequately equipped. The adjustment included in this provision 
reflects the acceleration of funding in Public Law 109-13.
    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 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. OEA Grants.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8026. Burdensharing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8027. Civil Air Patrol.--Retains and modifies a 
provision for the Civil Air Patrol.
    Sec. 8028. Federally Funded Research and Development 
Centers.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8029. Carbon, Alloy, or Armor Steel Plate.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8030. Congressional Defense Committees Definition.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8031. Depot Maintenance Competition.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8032. Reciprocal Trade Agreements.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8033. Energy Cost Savings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8034. Nuclear Armed Interceptors.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8035. U.S. Army Corps Transfers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8036. Salaries and Expenses Reporting Requirements.--
Retains and modifies 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 a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8041. Defense Working Capital Fund/Investment Item.--
Retains and modifies 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.--Modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8048. Army Museum at Fort Belvoir.--The Committee 
includes a new provision regarding an Army Museum.
    Sec. 8049. Rescissions.--The Committee recommends a general 
provision rescinding funds from the prior year as displayed 
below:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
2005 Appropriations:
    Other Procurement, Army: Joint Tactical Radio            $68,500,000
     System............................................
    Aircraft Procurement, Navy:
        V-22 [AP]......................................       16,800,000
        MH-60R [AP]....................................       10,000,000
        MH-60R.........................................       78,000,000
    Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy:
        LCU[X].........................................        5,900,000
        SSN ERO........................................       15,300,000
        DDG Mod........................................       46,100,000
    Other Procurement, Navy: SSBN SHIPALT..............       43,000,000
    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force: C-130J............       20,000,000
    Missile Procurement, Air Force: EELV-AEHF Satellite       29,000,000
     Launch............................................
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army:
        Joint Tactical Radio System....................       21,600,000
        APKWS Simulator Upgrade........................        4,300,000
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy:         70,900,000
     BAMS/UAV..........................................
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air           63,400,000
     Force: Classified.................................
2004 Appropriations:
    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force: B-2A Aft Deck             4,000,000
     Efforts...........................................
                                                        ----------------
      Total Rescissions................................      496,800,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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 and modifies a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8054. Civilian Medical Personnel Reductions.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8055. Wastewater Treatment Facility.--The Committee 
includes a new provision that provides for the repair of 
NCTAMS.
    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 and makes 
permanent 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. Local Hire in Noncontiguous States.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8063. Transfer to Other Agencies.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8064. Restrictions on Transfer of Equipment and 
Supplies.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8065. Travel and Transportation.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8066. Contractor Bonuses Due to Business 
Restructuring.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8067. Relocation of Forces.--The Committee includes a 
new provision outlining force relocation reporting 
requirements. The Committee notes that the 2005 Defense Base 
Closure and Realignment Commission recommendation establishes 
Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico as an enclave and directs the 
Secretary of Defense to seek other newly-identified missions 
with all military services for possible assignment to Cannon 
Air Force Base, New Mexico. The Committee further notes that 
the period for seeking such new missions extends until December 
31, 2009. In adhering to the Commission's mandate, the 
Committee expects the Department to engage in a comprehensive 
assessment of new missions that continues until all viable 
missions for Cannon Air Force Base--including joint use 
missions by the armed forces--have been thoroughly reviewed.
    Sec. 8068. Reserve Peacetime Support to Active Duty and 
Civilian Activities.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8069. Expired Obligations and Unexpended Balances.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8070. Use of National Guard Forces.--The Committee 
includes a new provision that allows the National Guard to 
support missile defense functions.
    Sec. 8071. National Guard Distance Learning.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8072. Heating Plants in Europe.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8073. End-Item Procurement.--Retains and modifies a 
provisions carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8074. Sale of F-22 to Foreign Nations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8075. Buy American Waivers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8076. Training of Security Forces of a Foreign 
Country.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8077. Surplus Dental Equipment.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8078. T-AKE.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8079. RPM Family Housing.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8080. ACTD Project.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8081. Secretary of Defense Reporting Requirement.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8082. Crediting of Travel Cards Refunds.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8083. Information Technology Systems.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8084. Support to Other Government Agencies.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8085. Armor Piercing Ammo.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8086. Leasing Authority for National Guard Bureau.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8087. Alcoholic Beverages.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8088. PMRF Infrastructure.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8089. GPS.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8090. O&M, Army Transfer.--Retains and modifies a 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8091. Disbursements.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8092. Management Efficiencies and Improvements.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8093. Advisory and Assistance Services.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8094. Arrow.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in years.
    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. Assignment of Forces.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8098. Special Pay.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8099. Intelligence Authorization.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8100. Local School Funding/Special Needs Funding.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8101. New Start Authority.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8102. Working Capital Funds.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8103. Stryker Brigades.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8104. B-52s.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8105. Range Upgrades.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8106. Grants.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8107. SCN Transfer Authority.--The Committee includes 
a new provision that allows for the reprogramming of funds.
    Sec. 8108. OCOTF Budget Justification.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8109. Counter-Terrorism Fellowship Program.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8110. 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8111. Terrorism Information Awareness Program.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8112. SCN Judgment Fund.--The Committee includes a new 
provision as proposed by the Administration.
    Sec. 8113. SCN Transfer.--The Committee recommends a new 
provision as proposed by the Navy that funds shipbuilding 
requirements.
    Sec. 8114. Classified Prohibition.--The Committee 
recommends a new provision that requires specific authorization 
for a classified program.
    Sec. 8115. Emergency Response.--The Committee recommends a 
new provision requiring OMB to submit a report on improving 
Federal response to disasters.

                                TITLE IX

                       ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS

                    Department of Defense--Military

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$50,000,000,000 for contingency operations related to the 
Global War on Terror.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the Committee 
recommendation:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel.....................................        6,206,600
Operation and Maintenance..............................       32,405,397
Procurement............................................        8,551,683
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation.............           92,300
Revolving and Management Funds.........................        2,716,400
Other Department of Defense Programs...................           27,620
                                                        ----------------
      Total, Title IX..................................       50,000,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                OVERVIEW

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $50,000,000,000 for contingency 
operations related to the Global War on Terror to fund the 
first 6 months of military operations in fiscal year 2006. This 
funding will ensure that resources, equipment, and supplies are 
available for our servicemembers without interruption, and will 
enable the Department to avoid absorbing incremental 
operational costs from within baseline programs that are 
critical to future readiness and home-station activities. The 
estimates outlined in the Committee's recommendations are based 
on recent execution data and detailed discussions with the 
military services and operational commanders. The amounts 
appropriated or otherwise made available in this title by 
program and subactivity group are designated as making 
appropriations for contingency operations related to the Global 
War on Terror pursuant to section 402 of H. Con. Res. 95 (109th 
Congress), the concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal 
year 2006.

                         REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

    The Committee recommends a provision codifying the 
comprehensive reporting requirement for Measuring Stability and 
Security in Iraq as originally required in House Report 109-72 
accompanying Public Law 109-13, the Emergency Supplemental 
Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and 
Tsunami Relief Act, 2005. The Committee also directs the 
Secretary of Defense to continue to provide quarterly reports 
to the congressional defense committees which include a 
detailed accounting of obligations and expenditures of 
appropriations provided in this title by program and 
subactivity group and a list of the equipment procured using 
funds provided in this title.

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    The Committee recommends a total of $6,206,600,000 for the 
active duty, Reserve, and Guard military personnel accounts. Of 
the amount provided, the Committee provides $5,264,000,000 for 
incremental wartime costs of pays and allowances for active 
duty and Reserve personnel deployed in support of Operation 
Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. The remaining 
$942,600,000 supports the Services' recruiting and retention 
programs; the enhanced levels for the Death Gratuity and 
Servicemembers Group Life Insurance program, and other wartime 
authorities authorized in Public Law 109-13, the Emergency 
Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on 
Terror, and Tsunami Relief Act, 2005 and recommended in S. 
1042, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
2006.
    The following table provides details of the recommendation 
for the military personnel accounts:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel, Army:
    Incremental OIF/OEF Wartime Costs...................       4,159,000
    Army Active Duty Overstrength.......................         346,000
    Recruiting and Retention Initiatives................         424,000
    Imminent Danger/Hostile Fire Pay Extension for                 4,920
     Wounded Military...................................
    SGLI/Death Gratuity.................................          75,500
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................       5,009,420
                                                         ---------------
Military Personnel, Navy:
    Imminent Danger/Hostile Fire Pay Extension for                   180
     Wounded Military...................................
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................             180
                                                         ---------------
Military Personnel, Marine Corps:
    Incremental OIF/OEF Wartime Costs...................         306,000
    Marine Corps Active Duty End Strength Increase......          84,000
    Imminent Danger/Hostile Fire Pay Extension for                   420
     Wounded Military...................................
    SGLI/Death Gratuity.................................          65,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         455,420
                                                         ---------------
Military Personnel, Air Force:
    Incremental OIF/OEF Wartime Costs...................         369,000
    Imminent Danger/Hostile Fire Pay Extension for                   480
     Wounded Military...................................
    SGLI/Death Gratuity.................................           3,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         372,480
                                                         ---------------
Reserve Personnel, Army:
    Recruiting and Retention Initiatives................          68,000
    AGR Recruiters......................................          29,500
    Special Training....................................          24,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         121,500
                                                         ---------------
Reserve Personnel, Navy:
    Full Accession Training.............................          10,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          10,000
                                                         ---------------
Military Personnel, Army National Guard:
    Recruiting and Retention (Bonuses and Incentives)...         130,500
    Schools.............................................          62,500
    Active Guard and Reserve............................          34,000
    National Guard CERFP Teams..........................           5,300
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         232,300
                                                         ---------------
Military Personnel, Air National Guard:
    National Guard CERFP Teams..........................           5,300
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................           5,300
                                                         ---------------
      Total, Military Personnel.........................       6,206,600
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    The Committee recommends $32,405,397,000 for the operation 
and maintenance accounts. Of the total funding in title IX, the 
Committee has provided more than three-fifths of the funding in 
the various operation and maintenance accounts, as these are 
the accounts most under strain when financing contingency 
military operations.
    These funds are available to fund military operations by 
the services and Special Operations Forces to include financing 
flying hours, ship steaming days, ground operations, special 
airlift missions, increased ship and aircraft maintenance, 
logistics support, fuel purchases, base support, civilian 
personnel, personnel support costs, overseas transportation, 
communications support, facility management and other operation 
and maintenance requirements.
    The following table provides details of the recommendation 
for the operation and maintenance accounts:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance, Army:
    Incremental Wartime Operating Costs.................      13,554,897
    Depot Maintenance...................................       1,493,000
    Reset (Unit and Intermediate Maintenance)...........       1,760,000
    Rapid Fielding Initiative; Force Protection; IBA....       1,336,000
    Coalition Support; CERP; Other......................         700,000
    Base Support Costs of Mobilization and                       750,000
     Demobilization.....................................
    Unit of Action Implementation.......................         100,000
    Second Destination Transportation...................         500,000
    Operational C2 Connectivity.........................         150,000
    Sustainment System Technical Support................          85,000
    All Terrain Military Utility Vehicles (M-Gator).....           7,000
    Personnel Sustainment for Added End Strength........         250,000
    Recruiting and Advertising..........................         400,000
    Chitosan Herrorrhage Control Dressing...............           5,000
    Travel for Family Member of Hospitalized Soldier....           2,250
    Body Armor..........................................          57,400
    Army Linguistics Support............................         290,000
    APS/PTDO............................................         320,000
    Medical Support for Tactical Units..................         150,000
    Vehicle Body Armor Support System...................           5,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................      21,915,547
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Navy:
    Personnel Support Costs.............................         151,800
    Steaming--Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Group....          94,600
    Flying Hours........................................         283,700
    Depot Level Maintenance.............................         315,600
    C4I, Logistics, Material and Training Support.......         275,000
    Other Support Costs.................................         194,100
    Transportation......................................         488,500
    Body Armor..........................................           3,100
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................       1,806,400
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps:
    Operating Forces--Force Protection--Field Logistics.         847,000
    Maritime Prepositioning.............................          18,800
    Base Support Including Mobilization.................          18,500
    Second Destination Transportation...................         163,500
    Recruiting and Advertising..........................           9,600
    Depot Maintenance...................................         174,400
    Body Armor..........................................          25,000
    Field Medical Equipment.............................          19,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................       1,275,800
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force:
    Operating Support/Flying Hours......................       1,400,000
    Transportation......................................         306,000
    Predator Operations and Support.....................          85,000
    B-1 Deployable Phase Maintenance Kit................          17,000
    Depot Maintenance...................................         152,000
    Body Armor..........................................          54,900
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................       2,014,900
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide:
    Incremental Wartime Operating Costs.................         490,000
    DISA................................................          40,000
    DLA.................................................         215,000
    Child Care for Military Families....................          20,000
    Counseling and Assistance to Military Families......          20,000
    Coalition Support...................................         195,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         980,000
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve:
    Recruiting and Retention Support....................          13,900
    Medical Readiness Screening.........................          18,000
    Army Reserve Family Support Centers.................           6,000
    Advertising and Marketing Support...................           9,300
    Tuition Assistance..................................           6,500
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          53,700
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve:
    Medical Readiness Screening.........................           7,000
    Body Armor..........................................           2,400
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................           9,400
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve:
    Operating Forces....................................          22,575
    Medical Readiness Screening.........................           4,000
    Training Support....................................           1,000
    Base Operation Support..............................             375
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          27,950
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve:
    Medical Readiness Screening.........................           7,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................           7,000
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard:
    Recruiting and Advertising..........................         147,000
    National Guard Family Support Centers...............          12,500
    Medical Readiness Screening.........................          31,000
    CERFP Teams.........................................           5,800
    All Terrain Military Utility Vehicles (M-Gator).....           5,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         201,300
                                                         ---------------
Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard:
    CERFP Teams.........................................           3,400
    Medical Readiness Screening.........................          10,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          13,400
                                                         ---------------
Iraqi Freedom Fund:
    Incremental Wartime Operating Costs.................       1,250,000
    Classified Programs.................................       2,850,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................       4,100,000
                                                         ---------------
      Total, Operation and Maintenance..................      32,405,397
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                              PROCUREMENT

    The Committee recommends $8,551,683,000 for the procurement 
accounts. Of this amount, the Committee recommends 
$5,590,580,000 to fund the Army's most urgently required 
procurement needs, including improving force protection, 
accelerating Army modularity, and procuring essential equipment 
and munitions. In addition, the Committee recommends 
$2,303,700,000 to fund the Marine Corps' most urgently required 
procurement needs, including improving force protection, and 
procuring essential equipment and munitions.
    The following table provides details of the recommendation 
for the procurement accounts:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aircraft Procurement, Army:
    AH-64 Apache Mods...................................          98,800
    Guardrail Mods......................................          25,000
    HH-60L MEDEVAC Helicopters..........................          90,000
    Integrated Mechanical Diagnostics--HUMS.............          25,000
    Aircraft Survivability Equipment....................          11,200
    ASE CM..............................................          69,600
    CH-47 Replacement...................................          28,500
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         348,100
                                                         ---------------
Missile Procurement, Army:
    TOW2B...............................................          80,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          80,000
                                                         ---------------
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles,
 Army:
    M16 Rifle Mods......................................          10,000
    M240 Medium Machine Gun Mods........................          10,000
    M240 Medium Machine Gun (7.62)......................          10,000
    M4 Carbine Mods.....................................         130,000
    M249 SAW Mods.......................................           9,000
    M249 SAW Machine Gun (5.56).........................           5,000
    M107, Cal. 50 Sniper Rifle..........................           1,000
    Small Arms Equipment (Soldier Enhancement Program)..           5,000
    Stryker--Combat Losses..............................          50,000
    Stryker.............................................         130,000
    Bradley Base Sustainment............................         100,000
    Carrier Mods........................................          75,000
    Mortar Systems......................................          23,000
    CROWS...............................................          75,000
    Bradley Reactive Armor Tiles........................          25,000
    M1 Abrams Tank Power Pack Improvement and                    252,700
     Integration Optimization...........................
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         910,700
                                                         ---------------
Procurement of Ammunition, Army:
    CTG, 5.56MM, All Types..............................          20,753
    CTG, 7.62MM, All Types..............................          14,889
    CTG, 9MM, All Types.................................           1,513
    CTG, .50 CAL, All Types.............................           6,685
    CTG, 25MM, All Types................................           6,999
    CTG, 30MM, All Types................................          10,531
    CTG, 40MM, All Types................................          42,747
    CTG, 60MM MORTAR, All Types.........................          15,335
    CTG, 81MM MORTAR, All Types.........................          32,286
    CTG, MORTAR, 120MM, All Types.......................          69,963
    CTG, Tank Training, All Types.......................           1,132
    CTG, ARTY, 155MM, All Types.........................           4,593
    CTG, Artillery, 155MM, All Types....................           6,999
    Modular Artillery Charge System (MACS), All Types...             841
    Mines (Conventional), All Types.....................             486
    Shoulder Fired Rockets, All Types...................           6,786
    Rocket, Hydra 70, All Types.........................          10,000
    Demolition Munitions, All Types.....................          11,257
    Grenades, All Types.................................           5,529
    Signals, All Types..................................           1,209
    Simulators, All Types...............................           1,154
    Non-Lethal Ammunition, All Types....................          46,782
    Items Less Than $5 Millions.........................           2,311
    Provision of Industrial Facilities..................          15,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         335,780
                                                         ---------------
Other Procurement, Army:
    Tactical Trailer/Dolly Sets.........................           9,000
    Up Armor HMMWV: 1114, M1151, M1152..................         240,000
    Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Armor......................         150,000
    FHTV................................................          70,800
    Movement Tracking System............................           2,000
    Armored Security Vehicles...........................          54,400
    Freightliner Military Linehaul Tractors--M915A3.....          12,000
    HEMTT Recap.........................................          48,000
    HMMWV Recap.........................................         690,000
    NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (Space)...........          14,000
    SINCGARS Family.....................................         500,000
    Bridge to Future Networks (ACUS MODS)...............         200,000
    Combat Survivor Radios..............................          11,100
    Radio Improved, HF Family...........................         600,000
    Medical Comm for Combat Casualty Care (MC4).........          33,000
    All Source Analysis System..........................          14,000
    Prophet Ground (TIARA)..............................          75,000
    Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (TUAV) (JMIP)......         174,000
    I-GNAT..............................................          50,000
    Digital Topographic Support System..................          18,000
    Items Less Than $5.0M (TIARA).......................          14,000
    Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar Enhancement........           6,000
    Night Vision Devices................................         245,000
    Small Tactical Optical Rifle Mounted Micro-Laser               6,000
     Range Finding System...............................
    Long Range Advanced Scout Surveillance System.......           5,000
    Thermal Weapon System-Night Vision Equipment........          73,000
    Force XXI Battle Command BDE and Below (FBCB2)......         116,000
    Air & Missile Defense Planning & Control System (AMD         100,000
     PCS)...............................................
    Maneuver Control System.............................          30,000
    Mounted Battle Command on the Move (MBCOTM).........          30,000
    Tactical Operations Centers.........................          85,000
    FAAD C2.............................................          80,000
    Smoke & Obscurant Systems...........................          10,000
    Handheld Standoff Minefield Detection System--                15,000
     HSTAMIDS...........................................
    Nomad Helmet Mounted Display for Stryker Brigades...          11,200
    Combat Support Medical..............................          26,500
    Construction Equipment Service Life Extension                 10,000
     Program............................................
    Up-Armored HMMWV and Tactical Truck Crew Trainers--           20,000
     Army Nat Guard.....................................
    Explosives Detection Equipment (Backscatter)........          68,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................       3,916,000
                                                         ---------------
Aircraft Procurement, Navy:
    P-3C SSI-K..........................................           6,400
    P-3C Center Wing Replacement........................          13,800
    AH-1W Increased Survivability.......................           6,600
    AH-1W Turned Exhaust................................          15,900
    AH-1W Turned Exhaust (Spares).......................           1,300
    CH-53E Sustainment..................................          10,000
    KC-130T DECM/NVL Ground up..........................          24,700
    UC-35 Aircraft Survivability Equipment..............           7,500
    AAR-47 Missile Warning System Upgrade...............           8,100
    ALQ-157 Maintainability Improvement.................           3,000
    Mobile Facility Power...............................           3,800
    UH-1Y/AH-1Z NRE.....................................          10,000
    F/A-18 Litenting Pods...............................          15,000
    War Consumables.....................................          10,437
    ATFLIR..............................................          15,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         151,537
                                                         ---------------
Weapons Procurement, Navy:
    Hellfire Missiles (Thermobaric and Blast Frag                 50,000
     Variants)..........................................
    Pioneer TUAV Engines and Avionics...................           6,700
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          56,700
                                                         ---------------
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps:
    Small Arms and Landing Party Ammo...................           3,200
    XM1028 120mm Tank Cartridge.........................           3,000
    Igniter Time Fuze Blasting (Fuze M81)...............           5,000
    155mm High Explosive Projectile (M795)..............          15,000
    Air Expendable Countermeasures......................           5,800
    Asbly, Pyro MK 34...................................          16,485
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          48,485
                                                         ---------------
Other Procurement, Navy:
    Physical Security Equipment.........................         106,948
    Combat Survivor Radios..............................           9,100
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         116,048
                                                         ---------------
Procurement, Marine Corps:
    Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) Combat Losses...........          25,000
    Weapons and Combat Vehicles Under $5 Million........         100,000
    Night Vision Equipment..............................          90,000
    Guided MLRS Pods for HIMARS.........................          54,500
    Up Armor HMMWV: M1114, M1151, M1152.................         200,000
    AN/PSQ-18A, M203 Day/Night Sight....................           4,000
    Close Quarters Battle Sight.........................           5,000
    Mod Kits, Armor and Fire Support....................          12,000
    Repair and Test Equipment...........................          20,000
    General Purpose Tools...............................           1,000
    Command Post Systems................................         100,000
    Radio Systems.......................................         250,000
    Comm Switching and Control Systems..................         120,000
    MAGTF Support (Air Ops C2 System)...................          10,000
    Radar Systems.......................................          25,000
    Tactical Remote Sensor System.......................          25,000
    Fire Support System.................................          30,000
    Intelligence Support Equipment......................          25,000
    Mod Kits (Intel)....................................          11,000
    Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement.................         500,000
    Logistics Vehicle Replacement.......................           7,000
    Environmental Control Equipment.....................           3,000
    Bulk Liquid Equipment...............................          20,000
    Family of EOD Equipment and EOD Systems.............         140,000
    High powered Jammers UUNS...........................         362,700
    Z Backscatters UUNS.................................          29,000
    Modular Weapon System...............................          10,000
    Field Medical Equipment.............................           8,500
    Guided Missiles and Equipment Mod Kits..............           1,500
    Common Computer Resources...........................          15,000
    Small Unit Remote Scouting System...................           7,500
    Tactical Fuel Systems...............................          23,000
    Assorted Power Equipment............................          15,000
    Engineer and Other Equipment Items Less than $5                7,000
     Million............................................
    Commercial Cargo Vehicles...........................           7,000
    Family of Tactical Trailers.........................          20,000
    Construction Equipment..............................          15,000
    Engineering Mod Kits................................           5,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................       2,303,700
                                                         ---------------
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force:
    ANG F-16/ A-10 Litening Pods........................          10,000
    C-17A LAIRCM........................................          84,000
    War Consumables.....................................          24,058
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         118,058
                                                         ---------------
Missile Procurement, Air Force:
    Hellfire Missiles...................................          17,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          17,000
                                                         ---------------
Other Procurement, Air Force:
    HMMWV, Up-Armored...................................           2,400
    Advanced Ground Blue Force Tracker..................           2,000
    463L Cargo Nets.....................................           4,100
    Cargo Pallets.......................................           9,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          17,500
                                                         ---------------
Procurement, Defense Wide:
    MH-47 Infrared Engine Exhaust Suppressor............           7,700
    RAMS................................................             950
    ALGL................................................          10,760
    ALQ-172.............................................           2,700
    AN/PAS-21...........................................          10,452
    TACTICOMP...........................................           8,000
    ITWS................................................           3,400
    AGMS................................................          21,146
    HPMMR...............................................           2,584
    TACLAN..............................................           1,983
    SWORDS..............................................           2,000
    SOF Ordnance Replenishment..........................          10,000
    Small Arms and Weapons..............................          31,300
    Body Armor..........................................           3,700
    MH-47 Battle Loss Conversion........................          15,400
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         132,075
                                                         ---------------
      Total, Procurement................................       8,551,683
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               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

    The Committee recommends $92,300,000 for research, 
development, test and evaluation. Of this amount, the Committee 
recommends $72,000,000 to fund the Army's most urgently 
required research and development needs, including vehicle 
force protection efforts. In addition, the Committee recommends 
$17,800,000 to fund the Air Force's most urgently required 
research and development needs, including efforts to enhance 
warfighting capabilities.
    The following table provides details of the recommendation 
for the research, development, test and evaluation accounts:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army:
    Surgical Wound Disinfection and Biological Agents...           2,000
    Close-in Active Protection System for Stryker Family          12,000
     of Vehicles........................................
    Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV)--A2.......          10,000
    Heavy Expanded Mobile Tactical Truck (HEMTT)--A3....          12,000
    PM Bloc Improvement Program for HMMWVs..............           5,000
    Excalibur XM982 Life Cycle Improvements.............           6,000
    CH-47 Integrated Mechanical Diagnostics (IMDS)                25,000
     Demonstration......................................
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          72,000
                                                         ---------------
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force:
    Horned Owl Project..................................           5,000
    Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM)....           7,500
    Predator A: Additional Capability...................           1,500
    Theater Airborne Reconnaissance System..............           3,000
    Interim Capability for Airborne Networking..........             800
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          17,800
                                                         ---------------
RDTE, Defense-Wide:
    RC-135 Processing Forward Network...................           2,500
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................           2,500
                                                         ---------------
      Total, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation.          92,300
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                     Revolving and Management Funds

                     DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUNDS

    The Committee recommends $2,716,400,000 for the Defense 
Working Capital Funds. The funds are recommended to provide for 
unanticipated fuel price increases and increased wartime 
consumption rates. The funds also provide for necessary costs 
related to war reserves, spare parts, and underutilized plant 
capacity.
    The following table provides details of the recommendation 
for the Defense Working Capital Funds:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Defense Working Capital Funds:
    Fuel Price Increase.................................       2,400,000
    WCF Wartime Cost (War Reserves, etc)................         316,400
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal, Defense Working Capital Funds...........       2,716,400
                                                         ---------------
      Total, Revolving and Management Funds.............       2,716,400
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                  Other Department of Defense Programs

         DRUG INTERDICTION AND COUNTER-DRUG ACTIVITIES, DEFENSE

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $27,620,000 
for Drug Interdiction and Counter-drug Activities in 
Afghanistan. The Committee has provided these funds in title IX 
based on previous supplemental requests made by the Department 
of Defense.
    The following table provides details of the recommendation 
for Counter-drug Activities:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense:
    Afghanistan.........................................          27,620
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal, Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug                27,620
       Activities, Defense..............................
                                                         ---------------
      Total, Other Department of Defense Programs.......          27,620
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                      General Provisions, Title IX

    Sec. 9001. Obligational Authorities.--The Committee 
includes a provision establishing the obligation rate of the 
appropriations provided.
    Sec. 9002. Funding Distinction.--The Committee includes a 
provision establishing that funds made available in this title 
are in addition to those provided elsewhere.
    Sec. 9003. Transfer Authority.--The Committee includes a 
provision outlining transfer authority requirements.
    Sec. 9004. Intelligence Authorization.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 9005. New Starts.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 9006. Funds for Assistance to Iraqi and Afghan 
Forces.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 9007. Commander's Emergency Response Fund.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 9008. Force Protection Vehicles.--The Committee 
includes a new provision regarding the purchase of armored 
vehicles for force protection purposes.
    Sec. 9009. Funds for Support of Coalition Forces.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 9010. Reporting Requirements.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 9011. Prisoners of War Detainees.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 9012. Construction Project Costs.--Includes a 
provision regarding the administration and supervisory costs 
associated with construction projects.
    Sec. 9013. Emergency Designation.--Modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.

  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.''
    None of the funds appropriated in this bill are authorized. 
At the point when the Committee reports this measure, the 
Congress has not completed action on S. 1042, the Fiscal Year 
2006 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 September 28, 
2005, the Committee ordered reported H.R. 2863, a bill making 
appropriations for the Department of Defense for the fiscal 
year ending September 30, 2006, with an amendment in the nature 
of a substitute, subject to further amendment and subject to 
the budget allocations, by a recorded vote of 28-0, a quorum 
being present. The vote was as follows:
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman Cochran
Mr. Stevens
Mr. Specter
Mr. Domenici
Mr. Bond
Mr. McConnell
Mr. Burns
Mr. Shelby
Mr. Gregg
Mr. Bennett
Mr. Craig
Mrs. Hutchison
Mr. DeWine
Mr. Brownback
Mr. Allard
Mr. Byrd
Mr. Inouye
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.''
    There are no such changes in the bill.

                 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2005 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL YEAR 2006
                                                                                    [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                                               Senate Committee recommendation compared  with (+
                                                                                                                                                                     or -)
                                   Item                                          2005       Budget estimate  House allowance     Committee    --------------------------------------------------
                                                                            appropriation                                      recommendation        2005
                                                                                                                                                appropriation   Budget estimate  House allowance
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                                 TITLE I

                            MILITARY PERSONNEL

Military Personnel, Army.................................................      29,381,422       28,400,687       28,303,287       28,099,587       -1,281,835         -301,100         -203,700
Military Personnel, Navy.................................................      24,347,807       23,032,101       23,010,601       22,671,875       -1,675,932         -360,226         -338,726
Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................................       9,581,102        9,024,984        9,018,884        8,894,984         -686,118         -130,000         -123,900
Military Personnel, Air Force............................................      24,155,911       23,494,950       23,323,150       22,908,750       -1,247,161         -586,200         -414,400
Reserve Personnel, Army..................................................       3,663,890        3,249,269        3,172,669        3,052,269         -611,621         -197,000         -120,400
Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................................       2,084,032        1,774,399        1,677,399        1,617,299         -466,733         -157,100          -60,100
Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................................         623,073          521,201          513,001          491,601         -131,472          -29,600          -21,400
Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................................       1,451,950        1,314,846        1,296,646        1,263,046         -188,904          -51,800          -33,600
National Guard Personnel, Army...........................................       5,901,729        5,122,794        4,813,394        4,555,794       -1,345,935         -567,000         -257,600
National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................................       2,540,242        2,300,032        2,276,532        2,125,632         -414,610         -174,400         -150,900
                                                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title I, Military Personnel.................................     103,731,158       98,235,263       97,405,563       95,680,837       -8,050,321       -2,554,426       -1,724,726
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                                 TITLE II

                        OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................................      25,764,634       25,316,595       24,283,245       24,573,795       -1,190,839         -742,800         +290,550
Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................................      29,687,245       30,759,889       30,064,789       30,317,964         +630,719         -441,925         +253,175
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................................       3,629,901        3,804,926        3,677,726        3,780,926         +151,025          -24,000         +103,200
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................................      28,113,533       31,521,136       30,505,074       30,891,386       +2,777,853         -629,750         +386,312
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................................      17,449,619       18,453,469       18,438,916       18,517,218       +1,067,599          +63,749          +78,302
Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................................       1,991,128        1,987,382        1,995,582        1,956,482          -34,646          -30,900          -39,100
Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................................       1,237,638        1,245,695        1,246,395        1,239,295           +1,657           -6,400           -7,100
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........................         187,196          199,934          210,034          197,734          +10,538           -2,200          -12,300
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............................       2,242,590        2,501,686        2,520,886        2,474,286         +231,696          -27,400          -46,600
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........................       4,442,386        4,509,719        4,534,419        4,428,119          -14,267          -81,600         -106,300
Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............................       4,472,738        4,724,091        4,732,306        4,681,291         +208,553          -42,800          -51,015
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account.........................          10,000           20,000           20,000   ...............         -10,000          -20,000          -20,000
United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces......................          10,825           11,236           11,236           11,236             +411   ...............  ...............
Environmental Restoration, Army..........................................         400,948          407,865          407,865          407,865           +6,917   ...............  ...............
Environmental Restoration, Navy..........................................         266,820          305,275          305,275          305,275          +38,455   ...............  ...............
Environmental Restoration, Air Force.....................................         397,368          406,461          406,461          406,461           +9,093   ...............  ...............
Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..................................          23,684           28,167           28,167           28,167           +4,483   ...............  ...............
Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...................         266,516          221,921          221,921          271,921           +5,405          +50,000          +50,000
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...........................          59,000           61,546           61,546           61,546           +2,546   ...............  ...............
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction Account.............................         409,200          415,549          415,549          415,549           +6,349   ...............  ...............
                                                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title II, Operation and maintenance.........................     121,062,969      126,902,542      124,087,392      124,966,516       +3,903,547       -1,936,026         +879,124
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                                TITLE III

                               PROCUREMENT

Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................................       2,854,541        2,800,880        2,879,380        2,562,480         -292,061         -238,400         -316,900
Missile Procurement, Army................................................       1,307,000        1,270,850        1,239,350        1,214,919          -92,081          -55,931          -24,431
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.................       2,467,495        1,660,149        1,670,949        1,359,465       -1,108,030         -300,684         -311,484
Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................................       1,590,952        1,720,872        1,753,152        1,708,680         +117,728          -12,192          -44,472
Other Procurement, Army..................................................       4,955,296        4,302,634        4,491,634        4,426,531         -528,765         +123,897          -65,103
Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................................       8,912,042       10,517,126        9,776,440        9,880,492         +968,450         -636,634         +104,052
Weapons Procurement, Navy................................................       2,114,720        2,707,841        2,596,781        2,593,341         +478,621         -114,500           -3,440
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........................         888,340          872,849          885,170          832,791          -55,549          -40,058          -52,379
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy........................................      10,427,443        8,721,165        9,613,358        8,677,887       -1,749,556          -43,278         -935,471
Other Procurement, Navy..................................................       4,875,786        5,487,818        5,461,196        5,293,157         +417,371         -194,661         -168,039
Procurement, Marine Corps................................................       1,432,203        1,377,705        1,426,405        1,361,605          -70,598          -16,100          -64,800
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................................      13,648,304       11,973,933       12,424,298       12,729,492         -918,812         +755,559         +305,194
Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................................       4,458,113        5,490,287        5,062,949        5,068,974         +610,861         -421,313           +6,025
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................................       1,327,459        1,031,207        1,031,907          996,111         -331,348          -35,096          -35,796
Other Procurement, Air Force.............................................      13,071,297       14,002,689       13,737,214       14,048,439         +977,142          +45,750         +311,225
Procurement, Defense-Wide................................................       2,956,047        2,677,832        2,728,130        2,572,250         -383,797         -105,582         -155,880
National Guard and Reserve Equipment.....................................         350,000   ...............  ...............         422,000          +72,000         +422,000         +422,000
Defense Production Act Purchases.........................................          42,765           19,573           28,573           68,573          +25,808          +49,000          +40,000
                                                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title III, Procurement......................................      77,679,803       76,635,410       76,806,886       75,817,187       -1,862,616         -818,223         -989,699
                                                                          ======================================================================================================================
                                 TITLE IV

                RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........................      10,698,989        9,733,824       10,827,174       10,520,592         -178,397         +786,768         -306,582
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........................      17,043,812       18,037,991       18,481,862       18,557,904       +1,514,092         +519,913          +76,042
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....................      20,890,922       22,612,351       22,664,868       21,859,010         +968,088         -753,341         -805,858
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide.................      20,983,624       18,803,416       19,514,530       19,301,618       -1,682,006         +498,202         -212,912
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.................................         314,835          168,458          168,458          168,458         -146,377   ...............  ...............
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      Total, title IV, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation........      69,932,182       69,356,040       71,656,892       70,407,582         +475,400       +1,051,542       -1,249,310
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                                 TITLE V

                      REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

Defense Working Capital Funds............................................       1,174,210        1,471,340        1,154,340        1,154,940          -19,270         -316,400             +600
National Defense Sealift Fund: Ready Reserve Force.......................       1,204,626        1,648,504        1,599,459          579,954         -624,672       -1,068,550       -1,019,505
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      Total, title V, Revolving and Management Funds.....................       2,378,836        3,119,844        2,753,799        1,734,894         -643,942       -1,384,950       -1,018,905
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                                 TITLE VI

                   OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS

Defense Health Program:
    Operation and maintenance............................................      17,297,419       19,247,137       19,184,537       19,345,087       +2,047,668          +97,950         +160,550
    Procurement..........................................................         367,035          375,319          355,119          377,319          +10,284           +2,000          +22,200
    Research and development.............................................         506,982          169,156          444,256          515,556           +8,574         +346,400          +71,300
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      Total, Defense Health Program......................................      18,171,436       19,791,612       19,983,912       20,237,962       +2,066,526         +446,350         +254,050

Chemical Agents & Munitions Destruction, Army:
    Operation and maintenance............................................       1,088,801        1,241,514        1,191,514        1,241,514         +152,713   ...............         +50,000
    Procurement..........................................................          78,980          116,527          116,527          116,527          +37,547   ...............  ...............
    Research, development, test and evaluation...........................         205,209           47,786           47,786           72,686         -132,523          +24,900          +24,900
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      Total, Chemical Agents.............................................       1,372,990        1,405,827        1,355,827        1,430,727          +57,737          +24,900          +74,900

Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...................         906,522          895,741          906,941          926,821          +20,299          +31,080          +19,880
Office of the Inspector General..........................................         204,562          209,687          209,687          209,687           +5,125   ...............  ...............
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      Total, title VI, Other Department of Defense Programs..............      20,655,510       22,302,867       22,456,367       22,805,197       +2,149,687         +502,330         +348,830
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                                TITLE VII

                             RELATED AGENCIES

Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund........         239,400          244,600          244,600          244,600           +5,200   ...............  ...............
Intelligence Community Management Account................................         310,466          354,844          376,844          413,344         +102,878          +58,500          +36,500
    Transfer to Department of Justice....................................         (39,422)         (17,000)         (39,000)         (17,000)        (-22,422)  ...............        (-22,000)
National Security Education Trust Fund...................................           8,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          -8,000   ...............  ...............
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      Total, title VII, Related agencies.................................         557,866          599,444          621,444          657,944         +100,078          +58,500          +36,500
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                                TITLE VIII

                            GENERAL PROVISIONS

Additional transfer authority (Sec. 8005)................................      (3,500,000)      (4,000,000)      (4,000,000)      (3,500,000)  ...............       (-500,000)       (-500,000)
Procurement Offsets (Sec. 8018)..........................................  ...............  ...............        -176,500         -591,100         -591,100         -591,100         -414,600
Indian Financing Act incentives (Sec. 8021)..............................           8,000   ...............           8,000            8,000   ...............          +8,000   ...............
FFRDCs (Sec. 8028).......................................................        -125,000   ...............         -40,000          -51,600          +73,400          -51,600          -11,600
Disposal & lease of DOD real property....................................          25,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -25,000   ...............  ...............
Overseas Military Facility Invest Recovery (Sec. 8038)...................           1,000   ...............           1,000            1,000   ...............          +1,000   ...............
Army Historical Foundation (Sec. 8048)...................................  ...............  ...............  ...............           3,000           +3,000           +3,000           +3,000
Rescissions (Sec. 8049)..................................................        -779,637   ...............        -633,550         -496,800         +282,837         -496,800         +136,750
Travel costs (Sec. 8065).................................................        -100,000   ...............        -147,000          -92,000           +8,000          -92,000          +55,000
Travel Cards (Sec. 8082).................................................          44,000           45,000           45,000           45,000           +1,000   ...............  ...............
Fisher House.............................................................           2,000   ...............           2,500   ...............          -2,000   ...............          -2,500
CAAS/Other Contract Growth (Sec. 8092)...................................        -300,000   ...............        -264,630         -265,890          +34,110         -265,890           -1,260
Contracted Advisory and Assistance Services (Sec. 8093)..................        -500,000   ...............        -167,000         -100,000         +400,000         -100,000          +67,000
Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................................          34,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -34,000   ...............  ...............
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-wide..................................          40,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -40,000   ...............  ...............
IT cost growth reduction.................................................        -197,500   ...............  ...............  ...............        +197,500   ...............  ...............
Special needs students (Sec. 8100).......................................           5,500   ...............  ...............           5,500   ...............          +5,500           +5,500
Working Capital Funds Cash Balance (Sec. 8102)...........................        -316,000   ...............        -250,000         -350,000          -34,000         -350,000         -100,000
Ctr for Mil Recruiting Assessment & Vet Emp..............................           6,000   ...............           6,000   ...............          -6,000   ...............          -6,000
Various grants (Sec. 8106)...............................................          51,425   ...............          14,400           12,850          -38,575          +12,850           -1,550
Assumed management improvements..........................................        -711,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        +711,000   ...............  ...............
Transportation Working Capital Fund......................................        -967,200   ...............  ...............  ...............        +967,200   ...............  ...............
MCAGCC health demonstration program......................................           2,500   ...............  ...............  ...............          -2,500   ...............  ...............
Ship transfer authority..................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
Shipbuilding reprogramming authority (Sec. 8107).........................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
Contract offsets.........................................................         -50,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         +50,000   ...............  ...............
Budget withholds.........................................................        -350,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        +350,000   ...............  ...............
Tanker replacement transfer fund.........................................         100,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -100,000   ...............  ...............
Unobligated balances.....................................................        -768,100   ...............  ...............  ...............        +768,100   ...............  ...............
Shipbuilding & Conv. Funds, Navy (Sec. 8112).............................  ...............          18,000   ...............          18,000          +18,000   ...............         +18,000
SCN Transfer (Sec. 8113).................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
APN/APAF technical correction............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
Army Venture Capital Funds...............................................  ...............  ...............          15,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -15,000
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      Total, Title VIII, General Provisions..............................      -4,845,012           63,000       -1,586,780       -1,854,040       +2,990,972       -1,917,040         -267,260
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                   TITLE IX--ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS

                     DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE--MILITARY

                            Military Personnel

Military Personnel, Army (contingency operations)........................         915,700   ...............       5,877,400        5,009,420       +4,093,720       +5,009,420         -867,980
Military Personnel, Navy (contingency operations)........................          27,700   ...............         282,000              180          -27,520             +180         -281,820
Military Personnel, Marine Corps (contingency operations)................         241,700   ...............         667,800          455,420         +213,720         +455,420         -212,380
Military Personnel, Air Force (contingency operations)...................          64,900   ...............         982,800          372,480         +307,580         +372,480         -610,320
Reserve Personnel, Army (contingency operations).........................  ...............  ...............         138,755          121,500         +121,500         +121,500          -17,255
Reserve Personnel, Navy (contingency operations).........................  ...............  ...............  ...............          10,000          +10,000          +10,000          +10,000
National Guard Personnel, Army (contingency operations)..................  ...............  ...............          67,000          232,300         +232,300         +232,300         +165,300
National Guard Personnel, Air Force (contingency operations).............  ...............  ...............  ...............           5,300           +5,300           +5,300           +5,300
                                                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Military Personnel..........................................       1,250,000   ...............       8,015,755        6,206,600       +4,956,600       +6,206,600       -1,809,155

                        Operation and Maintenance

Operation & Maintenance, Army (contingency operations)...................      13,550,000   ...............      20,398,450       21,915,547       +8,365,547      +21,915,547       +1,517,097
Operation & Maintenance, Navy (contingency operations)...................         367,000   ...............       1,907,800        1,806,400       +1,439,400       +1,806,400         -101,400
Operation & Maintenance, Marine Corps (contingency operations)...........       1,665,000   ...............       1,827,150        1,275,800         -389,200       +1,275,800         -551,350
Operation & Maintenance, Air Force (contingency operations)..............         419,000   ...............       3,559,900        2,014,900       +1,595,900       +2,014,900       -1,545,000
Operation & Maintenance, Defense-Wide (contingency operations)...........         404,000   ...............         826,000          980,000         +576,000         +980,000         +154,000
Iraq Freedom Fund (contingency operations)...............................       3,800,000   ...............       3,500,000        4,100,000         +300,000       +4,100,000         +600,000
Operation & Maintenance, Army Reserve (contingency operations)...........  ...............  ...............          35,700           53,700          +53,700          +53,700          +18,000
Operation & Maintenance, Navy Reserve (contingency operations)...........  ...............  ...............  ...............           9,400           +9,400           +9,400           +9,400
Operation & Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve (contingency operations)...  ...............  ...............          23,950           27,950          +27,950          +27,950           +4,000
Operation & Maintenance, Air Force Reserve (contingency operations)......  ...............  ...............  ...............           7,000           +7,000           +7,000           +7,000
Operation & Maintenance, Army National Guard (contingency operations)....  ...............  ...............         159,500          201,300         +201,300         +201,300          +41,800
Operation & Maintenance, Air National Guard (contingency operations).....  ...............  ...............  ...............          13,400          +13,400          +13,400          +13,400
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      Total, Operation and Maintenance...................................      20,205,000   ...............      32,238,450       32,405,397      +12,200,397      +32,405,397         +166,947

                               Procurement

Aircraft Procurement, Army (contingency operations)......................  ...............  ...............  ...............         348,100         +348,100         +348,100         +348,100
Missile Procurement, Army (contingency operations).......................  ...............  ...............  ...............          80,000          +80,000          +80,000          +80,000
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army (contingency              50,000   ...............         455,427          910,700         +860,700         +910,700         +455,273
 operations).............................................................
Procurement of Ammunition, Army (contingency operations).................         110,000   ...............          13,900          335,780         +225,780         +335,780         +321,880
Other Procurement, Army (contingency operations).........................         755,000   ...............       1,501,270        3,916,000       +3,161,000       +3,916,000       +2,414,730
Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................................          79,000   ...............  ...............         151,537          +72,537         +151,537         +151,537
Weapons Procurement, Navy (contingency operations).......................  ...............  ...............          81,696           56,700          +56,700          +56,700          -24,996
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps (contingency opera-               30,000   ...............         144,721           48,485          +18,485          +48,485          -96,236
 tions)..................................................................
Other Procurement, Navy (contingency operations).........................  ...............  ...............          48,800          116,048         +116,048         +116,048          +67,248
Procurement, Marine Corps (contingency operations).......................         150,000   ...............         389,900        2,303,700       +2,153,700       +2,303,700       +1,913,800
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force (contingency operations).................  ...............  ...............         115,300          118,058         +118,058         +118,058           +2,758
Missile Procurement, Air Force (contingency operations)..................  ...............  ...............  ...............          17,000          +17,000          +17,000          +17,000
Other Procurement, Air Force (contingency operations)....................         110,000   ...............           2,400           17,500          -92,500          +17,500          +15,100
Procurement, Defense-Wide (contingency operations).......................          50,000   ...............         103,900          132,075          +82,075         +132,075          +28,175
National Guard and Reserve Equipment (contingency operations)............          50,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -50,000   ...............  ...............
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      Total, Procurement.................................................       1,384,000   ...............       2,857,314        8,551,683       +7,167,683       +8,551,683       +5,694,369

                Research, Development, Test and Evaluation

Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Army (contingency operations)..  ...............  ...............  ...............          72,000          +72,000          +72,000          +72,000
Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Navy (contingency operations)..  ...............  ...............          13,100   ...............  ...............  ...............         -13,100
Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Air Force (contingency opera-    ...............  ...............  ...............          17,800          +17,800          +17,800          +17,800
 tions)..................................................................
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide (contingency      ...............  ...............          75,000            2,500           +2,500           +2,500          -72,500
 operations).............................................................
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      Total, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation..................  ...............  ...............          88,100           92,300          +92,300          +92,300           +4,200

Defense Working Capital Funds (contingency operations)...................       1,478,000   ...............       2,055,000        2,716,400       +1,238,400       +2,716,400         +661,400
Defense Health Program...................................................         683,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -683,000   ...............  ...............
Drug Interdiction and Counter-drug Activities (contingency operations)...  ...............  ...............  ...............          27,620          +27,620          +27,620          +27,620
Additional transfer authority (contingency operations)...................      (2,200,000)  ...............      (2,500,000)      (2,500,000)       (+300,000)     (+2,500,000)  ...............
Fiscal Year 2005 TITLE IX (outlays only).................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
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      Total, Title IX....................................................      25,000,000   ...............      45,254,619       50,000,000      +25,000,000      +50,000,000       +4,745,381
                                                                          ======================================================================================================================
Fiscal Year 2005 TITLE X (outlays only)..................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                                                          ======================================================================================================================
      Total for the bill (net)...........................................     416,153,312      397,214,410      439,456,182      440,216,117      +24,062,805      +43,001,707         +759,935
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                           OTHER APPROPRIATIONS

Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Hurricane Disaster Assistance           909,400   ...............  ...............  ...............        -909,400   ...............  ...............
 Act (emergency) (Public Law 108-324)....................................
Miscellaneous Provisions and Offsets (Sec. 108) (Division J, Public Law             2,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          -2,000   ...............  ...............
 108-447)................................................................
Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Defense, The Global War on           75,035,858   ...............  ...............  ...............     -75,035,858   ...............  ...............
 Terror, and Tsunami Relief Act, 2005 (emergency) (Public Law 109-13)....
Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Hurricane Katrina (emergency)           500,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -500,000   ...............  ...............
 (Public Law 109-61).....................................................
Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Hurricane Katrina (emergency)         1,400,000   ...............  ...............  ...............      -1,400,000   ...............  ...............
 (Public Law 109-62).....................................................
                                                                          ======================================================================================================================
      Net grand total (including other appropriations)...................     494,000,570      397,214,410      439,456,182      440,216,117      -53,784,453      +43,001,707         +759,935
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