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                                                       Calendar No. 353
110th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                    110-155

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            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2008

                                _______
                                

               September 14, 2007.--Ordered to be printed

  Filed, under authority of the order of the Senate of January 4, 2007

                                _______
                                

   Mr. Byrd (for Mr. Inouye), from the Committee on Appropriations, 
                        submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                        [To accompany H.R. 3222]

    The Committee on Appropriations, to which was referred the 
bill (H.R. 3222) making appropriations for the Department of 
Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2008, and for 
other purposes, reports the same 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. 0000) 
making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2008, 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.................$448,673,500,000
Amount of 2007 appropriations \1\....................... 573,493,020,000
Amount of 2008 budget estimate \2\...................... 598,320,329,000
Amount of 2008 House allowance.......................... 448,673,495,000
Bill as recommended to Senate compared to--
    2007 appropriations.................................-124,819,520,000
    2008 budget estimate................................-149,646,829,000
    2008 House allowance................................          +5,000

\1\ Including $168,193,670,000 in supplementals.
\2\ Including $146,098,029,000 in supplementals not acted on.










                            C O N T E N T S

                              ----------                              
Background:
                                                                   Page
    Purpose of the Bill..........................................     4
    Hearings.....................................................     4
    Summary of the Bill..........................................     4
    Transparency in Congressional Directives.....................     5
Title I:
    Military Personnel:
        Military Personnel Overview..............................    10
        Military Personnel, Army.................................    12
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................    15
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................    18
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................    21
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................    24
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................    26
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................    28
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................    30
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................    32
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................    34
Title II:
    Operation and Maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance Overview.......................    37
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................    38
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................    43
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................    48
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................    51
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................    56
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................    60
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................    63
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........    66
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............    68
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........    70
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............    73
        Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account.........    76
        U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces...............    76
        Environmental Restoration, Army..........................    76
        Environmental Restoration, Navy..........................    76
        Environmental Restoration, Air Force.....................    77
        Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..................    77
        Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...    77
        Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...........    77
        Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction.....................    77
Title III:
    Procurement:
        Procurement Overview.....................................    79
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................    80
        Missile Procurement, Army................................    85
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.    88
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................    95
        Other Procurement, Army..................................   100
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................   115
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................   121
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........   126
        Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy........................   129
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................   134
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................   145
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   153
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   161
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   167
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   169
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   175
        National Guard and Reserve Equipment.....................   182
        Defense Production Act Purchases.........................   185
Title IV:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Overview......   191
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   192
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   214
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   230
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide.   247
        Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.................   270
Title V:
    Revolving and Management Funds:
        Defense Working Capital Funds............................   272
        National Defense Sealift Fund............................   272
        Pentagon Reservation Maintenance Revolving Fund..........   272
Title VI:
    Other Department of Defense Appropriations:
        Defense Health Program...................................   273
        Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense.......   282
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   283
        Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Fund............   283
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   284
Title VII:
    Related Agencies:
        Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability 
          System 
          Fund...................................................   285
        Intelligence Community Management Account................   285
Title VIII: General Provisions...................................   286
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Sen- 
  ate............................................................   291
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................   291
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   292

















                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2007, 
through September 30, 2008. 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 February 28, 2007, and concluded them on May 16, 2007, 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 $448,673,500,000 includes 
funding to develop, maintain, and equip the military forces of 
the United States.
    The fiscal year 2008 budget request for activities funded 
in the Department of Defense Appropriations bill totals 
$598,320,329,000 in new budget authority including 
$146,098,029,000 in contingency funding and $262,500,000 in 
mandatory spending.
    In fiscal year 2007, the Congress appropriated 
$573,493,020,000 for activities funded in this bill. This 
amount includes $405,099,350,000 in non-emergency 
appropriations and $168,393,670,000 in emergency supplemental 
appropriations.
    Excluding supplemental and additional appropriations, the 
adjusted Committee recommendation in this bill is 
$43,222,521,000 above the amount provided in fiscal year 2007 
and $3,548,800,000 below the amount requested for fiscal year 
2008.

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The following table displays the recommendations for each 
title:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Fiscal year 2007  Fiscal year 2008      Committee
                                                                 enacted          estimate       recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I--Military personnel...............................        99,862,877       105,403,698       105,522,341
Title II--Operation and maintenance.......................       127,288,807       142,854,017       141,885,275
Title III--Procurement....................................        80,910,756        99,623,010        98,224,583
Title IV--Research, development, test and evaluation......        75,721,604        75,117,194        75,382,046
Title V--Revolving and management funds...................         2,436,430         2,453,840         2,396,940
Title VI--Other Department of Defense programs............        23,688,233        25,749,665        26,316,373
Title VII--Related agencies...............................           878,011           967,876           971,876
Title VIII--General provisions (net)......................        -2,187,368            53,000        -2,025,934
Title IX--Additional appropriations.......................        70,000,000  ................  ................
Other appropriations......................................        94,693,670       146,098,029  ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Grand total.........................................       573,493,020       598,320,329       448,673,500
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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.

                TRANSPARENCY IN CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTIVES

    On August 2, 2007, the Congress passed S. 1, The Honest 
Leadership and Open Government Act of 2007. While the Congress 
awaited enactment of this legislation, the Chairman and Ranking 
Member of the Committee issued interim requirements to ensure 
that the goals of S. 1 were in place for the appropriations 
bills for fiscal year 2008.
    The Constitution vests in the Congress the power of the 
purse. The Committee believes strongly that Congress should 
make the decisions on how to allocate the people's money. In 
order to improve transparency and accountability in the process 
of approving congressionally directed spending (as defined in 
S. 1) in appropriations measures, each Committee report 
includes the name of the Member(s) making the request for each 
congressionally directed spending item, commonly referred to as 
earmarks.
    As defined in S. 1, the term ``congressional directed 
spending item'' means a provision or report language included 
primarily at the request of a Senator, providing, authorizing, 
or recommending a specific amount of discretionary budget 
authority, credit authority, or other spending authority for a 
contract, loan, loan guarantee, grant, loan authority, or other 
expenditure with or to an entity, or targeted to a specific 
State, locality or Congressional district, other than through a 
statutory or administrative, formula-driven, or competitive 
award process.
    For each item, a Member is required to provide a 
certification that neither the Member nor the Senator's 
immediate family has a pecuniary interest in such earmark. Such 
certifications are available to the public on 
appropriations.Senate.gov/Senators.cfm.
    In disclosing earmarks, the Committee has gone beyond the 
definition adopted by the Congress in S. 1. Most of the items 
for which the Committee is recommending funds in this bill 
would not meet the definition under S.1 because they were not 
included for specific entities or localities, or primarily at 
the request of a Senator. However, consistent with the approach 
taken by the House in H.R. 3222 for defense programs, the 
Committee has chosen to identify every item in this measure for 
which funding is recommended that was requested by one or more 
Senators even when it is clear that the funds are not 
specifically targeted to a single entity or location.

                         COMMITTEE INITIATIVES

    In addition to earmarks, the Committee recommends funds for 
several initiatives which were not included in response to a 
request from a specific member. The items in this category are 
for programs, projects, or activities which the Committee 
believes are of inherent value for national defense. In several 
cases funds are restored for programs which were included in 
previous plans for the Defense Department and many others are 
for programs which the Committee believes are necessary to 
improve defense even though they have not been included under 
the request formulated by the administration. The initiatives 
in this category include increases for training ranges, space 
situational awareness, university research, nanotechnology 
research, alternative energy, and environmental remediation. 
Most projects include funding in several programs and across 
all services.

                      INCREASING COMBAT CAPABILITY

    The fiscal year 2008 budget request includes approximately 
$9,279,000,000 to increase the size of the Army and Marine 
Corps. Over the next 6 years, the Army plans to add 65,000 
soldiers, growing the force to 48 Brigade Combat Teams [BCTs] 
from the current level of 42 BCTs. The Army Guard and Reserve 
will also increase by 9,200 soldiers. The Marine Corps will add 
27,000 marines to fill out the third Marine Expeditionary 
Force. These initiatives will enhance warfighting capabilities, 
fill high-demand skills, and enable the services to increase 
the time at home station between deployments for soldiers and 
.mMarines. The Committee supports these important measures.
    Since the budget was submitted, Army and Marine Corps 
personnel have worked with the Committee staff to more clearly 
define near-term needs and priorities. As a result, some 
funding realignments between appropriations and budget lines 
have been identified. These realignments are reflected in the 
tables of adjustments as ``Grow the Force Transfers.''

                                            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 2008: Subcommittee on Defense:
    Mandatory...............................................          263          263          263      \1\ 263
    Discretionary...........................................      459,332      459,332      475,980  \1\ 475,977
Projection of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2008....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........  \2\ 312,409
    2009....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........      100,499
    2010....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       28,683
    2011....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        9,236
    2012 and future years...................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        7,488
Financial assistance to State and local governments for                NA  ...........           NA  ...........
 2008.......................................................
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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, basic allowance for housing, 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 2008 budget requests a total of 
$105,403,698,000 for military personnel appropriations. This 
request funds an Active component end strength of 1,326,400 and 
a Reserve component end strength of 837,900.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations 
totaling $105,522,341,000 for fiscal year 2008. This is 
$118,643,000 above the budget estimate.
    The Committee recommends funding an Active component end 
strength of 1,371,400 for fiscal year 2008, an increase of 
45,000 above the budget estimate. The Committee recommends 
funding a Reserve component end strength of 837,900 for fiscal 
year 2008, the same as the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for 
fiscal year 2008 are summarized below:

                                  SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2008 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel:
    Army........................................................      31,623,865      31,734,076        +110,211
    Navy........................................................      23,305,233      23,338,772         +33,539
    Marine Corps................................................      10,278,031      10,291,831         +13,800
    Air Force...................................................      24,097,354      24,155,054         +57,700
Reserve Personnel:
    Army........................................................       3,734,620       3,672,440         -62,180
    Navy........................................................       1,797,685       1,801,985          +4,300
    Marine Corps................................................         594,872         595,372            +500
    Air Force...................................................       1,370,479       1,368,897          -1,582
National Guard Personnel:
    Army........................................................       5,959,149       5,947,354         -11,795
    Air Force...................................................       2,642,410       2,616,560         -25,850
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     105,403,698     105,522,341        +118,643
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end strengths for fiscal year 2008 
are summarized below:

                                            RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                2007           2008 budget        Committee        Change from
                  Item                      authorization       estimate       recommendation    budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active:
    Army................................           512,400           489,400           525,400           +36,000
    Navy................................           340,700           328,400           328,400  ................
    Marine Corps........................           180,000           180,000           189,000            +9,000
    Air Force...........................           334,200           328,600           328,600  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..........................         1,367,300         1,326,400         1,371,400           +45,000
                                         =======================================================================
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve........................           200,000           205,000           205,000  ................
    Navy Reserve........................            71,300            67,800            67,800  ................
    Marine Corps Reserve................            39,600            39,600            39,600  ................
    Air Force Reserve...................            74,900            67,500            67,500  ................
    Army National Guard.................           350,000           351,300           351,300  ................
    Air National Guard..................           107,000           106,700           106,700  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..........................           842,800           837,900           837,900  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.............................         2,210,100         2,164,300         2,209,300           +45,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end strengths for full-time support 
of the Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2008 are summarized 
below:

                                RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                2007           2008 budget        Committee        Change from
                  Item                      authorization       estimate       recommendation    budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army Reserve............................            15,416            15,870            15,870  ................
Navy Reserve............................            12,564            11,579            11,579  ................
Marine Corps Reserve....................             2,261             2,261             2,261  ................
Air Force Reserve.......................             2,707             2,721             2,721  ................
Army National Guard.....................            27,411            29,204            29,204  ................
Air National Guard......................            13,291            13,936            13,936  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.............................            73,650            75,571            75,571  ................
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                                  RECOMMENDED MILITARY TECHNICIANS END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                2007           2008 budget        Committee        Change from
                  Item                      authorization       estimate       recommendation   budget  estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Technicians:
    Dual Status (minimum levels):
        Army Reserve....................             7,912             8,249             8,249  ................
        Air Force Reserve...............            10,124             9,909             9,909  ................
        Army National Guard.............            26,050            26,502            26,502  ................
        Air National Guard..............            23,255            22,553            22,553  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal......................            67,341            67,213            67,213  ................
                                         =======================================================================
Non-Dual Status (numerical limits):
    Army Reserve........................               595               595               595  ................
    Air Force Reserve...................                90                90                90  ................
    Army National Guard.................             1,600             1,600             1,600  ................
    Air National Guard..................               350               350               350  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..........................             2,635             2,635             2,635  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.............................            69,976            69,848            69,848  ................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Military Personnel Overview

    The Department of Defense budget requests $105,403,698,000 
for the military personnel pay accounts for fiscal year 2008; 
an increase of $5,540,821,000 or 5.5 percent over the current 
enacted amount of $99,862,877,000 excluding supplemental 
appropriations. Significant features of the budget request 
include the following:
    Active Component End Strength.--The Committee supports the 
Active Component end strength levels as recommended in S. 1547, 
the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008. 
For the Army, this includes an end strength increase of 13,000 
above the fiscal year 2007 authorized level and 36,000 above 
the President's request for a total end strength of 525,400. 
For the Marine Corps, this includes an end strength increase of 
9,000 above the fiscal year 2007 authorized level and the 
President's request for a total end strength of 189,000. These 
increases support Defense Department plans to grow Army and 
Marine Corps forces to better sustain operational tempo and 
relieve strain on current units. The Committee also supports 
Navy and Air Force requested end strength reductions of 12,300 
for the Navy for a total end strength of 328,400 and 5,600 for 
the Air Force for a total end strength of 328,600.
    Reserve and Guard End Strength.--The Committee supports the 
Selected Reserve end strength levels as requested in the 
President's budget and as recommended by S. 1547, the National 
Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008. For the Army 
Reserve, this includes an end strength increase of 5,000 above 
the fiscal year 2007 authorized level for a total end strength 
of 205,000. For the Army Guard, this includes an end strength 
increase of 1,300 above the fiscal year 2007 authorized level 
for a total end strength of 351,300. These increases support 
Department of Defense plans to grow Army Reserve and Army Guard 
forces in an effort to reduce the frequency of mobilizations 
for reserve personnel. Consistent with active duty Navy and Air 
Force manpower reductions, the budget requests 3,500 fewer 
reservists for the Navy Reserve, 7,400 fewer reservists for the 
Air Force Reserve, and an end strength reduction of 300 for the 
Air National Guard. The Committee supports these adjustments.
    Pay Raise.--The Committee has included funding to support a 
3.5 percent increase in basic pay effective January 1, 2008 for 
all military personnel. This increase is consistent with S. 
1547, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
2008, and is 0.5 percent above the budget request.
    Recruiting and Retention.--The Committee is aware of the 
challenges faced by the services in recruiting and retaining 
quality personnel and is pleased that many services have 
improved recruiting efforts and continue to meet retention 
goals. However, some components have significant recruiting and 
retention challenges ahead due largely to the Army and Marine 
Corps initiatives to increase their end strength.
    In addition to proposed end strength increases, the Army 
has a significant shortage of mid-level officers and must 
continue to retain mid-level enlisted personnel under strain 
from the high operational tempo. These soldiers, with years of 
experience, play a vital role in the daily operations of the 
Army at home and in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Committee urges 
the Army to continue to focus on mid-level officer and enlisted 
retention.
    Despite recent improved recruiting efforts, the Army 
Reserve continues to fall short of its annual recruiting goals 
and will finish fiscal year 2007 significantly under the 
authorized end strength level. While the Committee is hopeful 
that recently implemented recruiting initiatives will continue 
to improve the Army Reserve's recruiting efforts, the Committee 
urges the active duty Army and Army Reserve to reassess the 
efficacy of the unified recruiting command in fulfilling the 
recruiting needs of the Army Reserve.
    In recent years, the Navy Reserve has also fallen short of 
its recruiting and retention goals, but additional funding 
redirected to these efforts is helping the Navy Reserve fulfill 
its recruiting and retention mission. The Committee notes with 
concern that the fiscal year 2008 budget request funds 
recruiting and retention programs at significantly lower levels 
than are being spent in fiscal year 2007. Therefore, to 
continue the Navy Reserve's recruiting and retention gains, the 
Committee has realigned funding within the Navy Reserve account 
to focus on recruiting and retention efforts.
    Reserve Component Budget Structure.--In fiscal year 2007, 
Congress extended testing of a consolidated budget structure 
for the reserve component's military personnel accounts. The 
Committee recognizes the advantages of the single budget 
activity format in providing additional spending flexibility to 
the reserve components. This flexibility is particularly 
helpful in allowing the reserve components to respond to 
evolving mobilization and training needs resulting from 
operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Therefore, the Committee 
supports continuing the consolidated budget structure test for 
an additional year, with the understanding that the Department 
will submit a semi-annual detailed report of internal 
reprogramming action similar to the report provided in fiscal 
years 2006 and 2007, and that the reserve components will keep 
the congressional defense committees apprised of any 
significant financial issues that may develop between reports. 
Reports shall be submitted 30 days following the end of the 
second quarter and the fiscal year.
    The Committee notes, however, that since the creation of 
the consolidated budget structure, significant internal 
realignments have occurred within the reserve components' 
personnel accounts. The Committee urges the reserve components 
to submit future year budgets that are more closely aligned 
with recent spending patterns. For fiscal year 2008, the 
Committee has shifted funding from activities where requested 
funding was significantly above recent spending levels to other 
activities within the same account where additional funding 
needs were identified.
    Families First.--The Committee is supportive of the 
Families First initiative, a program intended to improve the 
quality of service provided to military personnel and their 
families during permanent change of station moves. However, the 
Department of Defense has not provided the services with 
adequate guidance on how to budget for the increased moving 
costs resulting from the fiscal year 2008 implementation of 
Families First. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense 
to work with the services to provide more detailed guidance on 
the costs associated with Families First and to submit a report 
to the congressional defense committees detailing the projected 
annual costs, by service and appropriations account, of 
implementing Families First in fiscal year 2008 and through the 
Future Years Defense Plan [FYDP]. The report shall also specify 
which portions of the Permanent Change of Station budget 
activity are likely to experience cost increases due to 
implementation of the initiative. This report shall be 
submitted by February 15, 2008.
    Authorized End Strength.--A Government Accountability 
Office [GAO] comparison of current personnel strength 
projections versus those included in the fiscal year 2008 
budget request indicates that the active duty Navy and Army 
Reserve should have fewer service members in fiscal year 2008 
than budgeted. Since less funding is required in these 
accounts, the Committee recommends a reduction of $23,761,000 
for Military Personnel, Navy and $60,170,000 for Reserve 
Personnel, Army.
    Unobligated Balances.--While the services have made 
significant progress in reducing the percentage of unobligated 
funds remaining within their military personnel accounts, a GAO 
analysis of past year obligation rates continues to show a 
trend of underexecution for some components. Therefore, the 
Committee has determined that some active duty and reserve 
components' fiscal year 2008 military personnel budget requests 
are overstated and can be reduced. Thus, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $90,300,000 to the military personnel 
accounts.

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $29,813,905,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  31,623,865,000
House allowance.........................................  31,346,005,000
Committee recommendation................................  31,734,076,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$31,734,076,000. This is $110,211,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY

     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                       5,137,031       5,117,031       5,137,031  ..............         +20,000
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL             1,489,739       1,489,739       1,489,739  ..............  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR             1,288,637       1,288,637       1,288,637  ..............  ..............
      HOUSING
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR               197,500         197,500         197,500  ..............  ..............
      SUBSISTENCE
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                     99,510          99,510          99,510  ..............  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                      232,463         214,707         232,463  ..............         +17,756
  45 ALLOWANCES                        143,196         143,196         143,196  ..............  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                     77,884          77,884          77,884  ..............  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX               373,205         373,205         373,205  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             9,039,165       9,001,409       9,039,165  ..............         +37,756
            ACTIVITY 1

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED
      PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                      10,859,600      10,855,600      10,859,600  ..............          +4,000
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL             3,149,284       3,149,284       3,149,284  ..............  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR             3,360,194       3,360,194       3,360,194  ..............  ..............
      HOUSING
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                     95,106          95,106          95,106  ..............  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                      700,337         629,033         700,337  ..............         +71,304
  95 ALLOWANCES                        633,920         633,920         633,920  ..............  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                    256,285         256,285         256,285  ..............  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX               830,759         830,759         830,759  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET            19,885,485      19,810,181      19,885,485  ..............         +75,304
            ACTIVITY 2

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOW
      OF CADETS
 110 ACADEMY CADETS                     56,113          56,113          56,113  ..............  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE
      OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR               819,256         819,256         819,256  ..............  ..............
      SUBSISTENCE
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND               648,565         648,565         648,565  ..............  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE                    625             625             625  ..............  ..............
      SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             1,468,446       1,468,446       1,468,446  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 4

     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT
      CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                  234,015         224,015         234,015  ..............         +10,000
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                    77,168          57,168          77,168  ..............         +20,000
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                253,529         233,529         253,529  ..............         +20,000
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                 420,469         420,469         420,469  ..............  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                 143,336         143,336         143,336  ..............  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS          10,429          10,429          10,429  ..............  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE              23,029          23,029          23,029  ..............  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE          41,030          41,030          41,030  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             1,203,005       1,153,005       1,203,005  ..............         +50,000
            ACTIVITY 5

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY              845             845             845  ..............  ..............
      DESERTERS
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED               4,367           4,367           4,367  ..............  ..............
      SERVICES SAVINGS
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                   42,609          42,609          42,609  ..............  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS              85,172          85,172          85,172  ..............  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                  2,184           2,184           2,184  ..............  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                     470             470             470  ..............  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY              7,224           7,224           7,224  ..............  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION                 2,284           2,284           2,284  ..............  ..............
      ALLOWANCE
 217 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING         111,567         111,567         111,567  ..............  ..............
      CORPS (ROTC)
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                        30,027          30,027          30,027  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               286,749         286,749         286,749  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 6 220 LESS REIMBURSABLES               -315,098        -315,098        -315,098  ..............  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............        -114,800         110,211        +110,211        +225,011
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE            31,623,865      31,346,005      31,734,076        +110,211        +388,071
            FORCES, ARMY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Undistributed Adjustment--Authorized Basic Pay Increase.        +110,211
                                                         ---------------
      Total Adjustments.................................        +110,211
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $22,776,232,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  23,305,233,000
House allowance.........................................  23,300,801,000
Committee recommendation................................  23,338,772,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$23,338,772,000. This is $33,539,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                       3,316,590       3,307,290       3,316,590  ..............          +9,300
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL               960,710         960,710         960,710  ..............  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR             1,073,826       1,073,826       1,073,826  ..............  ..............
      HOUSING
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR               121,738         121,738         121,738  ..............  ..............
      SUBSISTENCE
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                    176,341         176,341         176,341  ..............  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                      344,512         340,512         344,512  ..............          +4,000
  45 ALLOWANCES                        114,796         114,796         114,796  ..............  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                     34,683          34,683          34,683  ..............  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX               252,117         252,117         252,117  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             6,395,313       6,382,013       6,395,313  ..............         +13,300
            ACTIVITY 1     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED
      PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                       7,724,419       7,701,719       7,724,419  ..............         +22,700
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL             2,237,935       2,237,935       2,237,935  ..............  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR             3,127,841       3,127,841       3,127,841  ..............  ..............
      HOUSING
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                    105,469         105,469         105,469  ..............  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                      899,765         876,333         899,765  ..............         +23,432
  95 ALLOWANCES                        612,990         612,990         612,990  ..............  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                    149,962         149,962         149,962  ..............  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX               585,990         585,990         585,990  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET            15,444,371      15,398,239      15,444,371  ..............         +46,132
            ACTIVITY 2     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF MIDSHIPMEN
 110 MIDSHIPMEN                         61,472          61,472          61,472  ..............  ..............     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE
      OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR               591,589         591,589         591,589  ..............  ..............
      SUBSISTENCE
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND               344,721         344,721         344,721  ..............  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE                     22              22              22  ..............  ..............
      SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               936,332         936,332         936,332  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 4     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT
      CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                   63,361          63,361          63,361  ..............  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                    60,933          60,933          60,933  ..............  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                183,330         183,330         183,330  ..............  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                 269,742         269,742         269,742  ..............  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                  99,129          99,129          99,129  ..............  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS          19,103          19,103          19,103  ..............  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE               7,243           7,243           7,243  ..............  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE           6,523           6,523           6,523  ..............  ..............
 165 OTHER                               6,272           6,272           6,272  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               715,636         715,636         715,636  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 5     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY              741             741             741  ..............  ..............
      DESERTERS
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED                 880             880             880  ..............  ..............
      SERVICES SAVINGS
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                   25,400          25,400          25,400  ..............  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS              35,412          35,412          35,412  ..............  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                  7,925           7,925           7,925  ..............  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                     254             254             254  ..............  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY              5,958           5,958           5,958  ..............  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION                 1,065           1,065           1,065  ..............  ..............
      ALLOWANCE
 217 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING          20,050          20,050          20,050  ..............  ..............
      CORPS (ROTC)
 218 JUNIOR R.O.T.C                     13,217          13,217          13,217  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               110,902         110,902         110,902  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 6 220 LESS REIMBURSABLES               -358,793        -358,793        -358,793  ..............  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............          55,000          57,300         +57,300          +2,300
     AUTHORIZED END STRENGTH    ..............  ..............         -23,761         -23,761         -23,761
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE            23,305,233      23,300,801      23,338,772         +33,539         +37,971
            FORCES, NAVY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Undistributed Adjustment--Authorized Basic Pay Increase.         +57,300
Authorized End Strength.................................         -23,761
                                                         ---------------
      Total Adjustments.................................         +33,539
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $9,174,714,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  10,278,031,000
House allowance.........................................  10,269,914,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,291,831,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,291,831,000. This is $13,800,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                           Change from--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        MILITARY PERSONNEL,
            MARINE CORPS     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                       1,194,344       1,194,344       1,194,344  ..............  ..............
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL               346,360         346,360         346,360  ..............  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR               338,709         338,709         338,709  ..............  ..............
      HOUSING
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR                44,616          44,616          44,616  ..............  ..............
      SUBSISTENCE
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                     49,440          49,440          49,440  ..............  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                        8,923           5,821           8,923  ..............          +3,102
  45 ALLOWANCES                         24,451          24,451          24,451  ..............  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                     13,659          13,659          13,659  ..............  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                91,481          91,481          91,481  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             2,111,983       2,108,881       2,111,983  ..............          +3,102
            ACTIVITY 1     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED
      PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                       3,926,974       3,926,974       3,926,974  ..............  ..............
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL             1,138,720       1,138,720       1,138,720  ..............  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR             1,109,129       1,109,129       1,109,129  ..............  ..............
      HOUSING
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                      8,360           8,360           8,360  ..............  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                      381,160         378,145         381,160  ..............          +3,015
  95 ALLOWANCES                        242,372         242,372         242,372  ..............  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                     77,200          77,200          77,200  ..............  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX               300,414         300,414         300,414  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             7,184,329       7,181,314       7,184,329  ..............          +3,015
            ACTIVITY 2     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE
      OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR               336,758         336,758         336,758  ..............  ..............
      SUBSISTENCE
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND               260,978         260,978         260,978  ..............  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE                    750             750             750  ..............  ..............
      SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               598,486         598,486         598,486  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 4     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT
      CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                   47,877          47,877          47,877  ..............  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                     9,798           9,798           9,798  ..............  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                 91,399          91,399          91,399  ..............  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                 126,787         126,787         126,787  ..............  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                  53,545          53,545          53,545  ..............  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS           1,781           1,781           1,781  ..............  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE               5,430           5,430           5,430  ..............  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE          13,046          13,046          13,046  ..............  ..............
 165 OTHER                               2,561           2,561           2,561  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               352,224         352,224         352,224  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 5     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY            1,710           1,710           1,710  ..............  ..............
      DESERTERS
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED                  18              18              18  ..............  ..............
      SERVICES SAVINGS
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                   16,800          16,800          16,800  ..............  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS              30,604          30,604          30,604  ..............  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                  1,172           1,172           1,172  ..............  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                     470             470             470  ..............  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY              2,007           2,007           2,007  ..............  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION                   713             713             713  ..............  ..............
      ALLOWANCE
 218 JUNIOR R.O.T.C                      4,184           4,184           4,184  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET                57,678          57,678          57,678  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 6 220 LESS REIMBURSABLES                -26,669         -26,669         -26,669  ..............  ..............
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............         -13,000         -13,000         -13,000
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............          -2,000          26,800         +26,800         +28,800
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE            10,278,031      10,269,914      10,291,831         +13,800         +21,917
            FORCES, MARINE
            CORPS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unobligated Balances....................................         -13,000
Undistributed Adjustment--Authorized Basic Pay Increase.         +26,800
                                                         ---------------
      Total Adjustments.................................         +13,800
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $23,564,706,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  24,097,354,000
House allowance.........................................  24,379,214,000
Committee recommendation................................  24,155,054,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$24,155,054,000. This is $57,700,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR
               FORCE     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                       4,265,227       4,234,227       4,265,227  ..............         +31,000
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL             1,236,917       1,236,917       1,236,917  ..............  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR             1,106,804       1,106,804       1,106,804  ..............  ..............
      HOUSING
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR               156,328         156,328         156,328  ..............  ..............
      SUBSISTENCE
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                    293,725         293,725         293,725  ..............  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                      214,947         202,352         213,647          -1,300         +11,295
  45 ALLOWANCES                        122,307         122,307         122,307  ..............  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                    308,588         294,588         308,588  ..............         +14,000
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX               324,900         324,900         324,900  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             8,029,743       7,972,148       8,028,443          -1,300         +56,295
            ACTIVITY 1     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED
      PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                       7,812,430       7,817,730       7,812,430  ..............          -5,300
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL             2,265,606       2,265,606       2,265,606  ..............  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR             2,528,554       2,528,554       2,528,554  ..............  ..............
      HOUSING
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                     36,224          36,224          36,224  ..............  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                      234,379         177,534         228,379          -6,000         +50,845
  95 ALLOWANCES                        520,062         520,062         520,062  ..............  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                    123,691          93,691         123,691  ..............         +30,000
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX               597,651         597,651         597,651  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET            14,118,597      14,037,052      14,112,597          -6,000         +75,545
            ACTIVITY 2     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND
      ALLOWANCES OF CADETS
 110 ACADEMY CADETS                     59,942          59,942          59,942  ..............  ..............     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE
      OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR               750,602         750,602         750,602  ..............  ..............
      SUBSISTENCE
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND               152,792         152,792         152,792  ..............  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE                    143             143             143  ..............  ..............
      SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               903,537         903,537         903,537  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 4     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT
      CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                   89,590          89,590          89,590  ..............  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                   119,306         119,306         119,306  ..............  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                246,805         246,805         246,805  ..............  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                 441,113         441,113         441,113  ..............  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                 159,254         159,254         159,254  ..............  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS          35,046          35,046          35,046  ..............  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE              33,386          33,386          33,386  ..............  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE          50,330          50,330          50,330  ..............  ..............
     OTHER                      ..............         364,000  ..............  ..............        -364,000
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             1,174,830       1,538,830       1,174,830  ..............        -364,000
            ACTIVITY 5     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY               81              81              81  ..............  ..............
      DESERTERS
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED               1,724           1,724           1,724  ..............  ..............
      SERVICES SAVINGS
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                   24,200          24,200          24,200  ..............  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS              24,369          24,369          24,369  ..............  ..............
 190 SURVIVOR BENEFITS                   1,539           1,539           1,539  ..............  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                    180             180             180  ..............  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                     584             584             584  ..............  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY              4,851           4,851           4,851  ..............  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION                 2,169           2,169           2,169  ..............  ..............
      ALLOWANCE
 217 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING          46,754          46,754          46,754  ..............  ..............
      CORPS (ROTC)
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                        22,588          22,588          22,588  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               129,039         129,039         129,039  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 6 220 LESS REIMBURSABLES               -318,334        -318,334        -318,334  ..............  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............          57,000          65,000         +65,000          +8,000
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE            24,097,354      24,379,214      24,155,054         +57,700        -224,160
            FORCES, AIR FORCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    40 Budget Activity 1: Pay and Allowances of                 -1,300
        Officers--Special Pays
    90 Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of                 -6,000
        Enlisted--Special Pays
       Undistributed Adjustment--Authorized Basic Pay          +65,000
        Increase
                                                       -----------------
             Total Adjustments                                 +57,700
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $3,364,812,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   3,734,620,000
House allowance.........................................   3,629,620,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,672,440,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,672,440,000. This is $62,180,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE
      COMPONENT TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15        1,179,447       1,179,447       1,179,447  ..............  ..............
      DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)
  20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING               65,377          65,377          65,377  ..............  ..............
      (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING              201,473         201,473         201,473  ..............  ..............
      (RECRUITS)
  60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING              13,396          13,396          13,396  ..............  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                   140,095         140,095         140,095  ..............  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                  160,098         160,098         160,098  ..............  ..............
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND              1,747,116       1,747,116       1,747,116  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                138,351         138,351         138,351  ..............  ..............
 120 HEALTH PROFESSION                  34,245          34,245          34,245  ..............  ..............
      SCHOLARSHIP
 130 OTHER PROGRAMS                     55,022          55,022          55,022  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             3,734,620       3,734,620       3,734,620  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 1     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............         -11,000         -11,000         -11,000
     AUTHORIZED END STRENGTH    ..............  ..............         -60,170         -60,170         -60,170
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............        -105,000           8,990          +8,990        +113,990
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL RESERVE             3,734,620       3,629,620       3,672,440         -62,180         +42,820
            PERSONNEL, ARMY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unobligated Balances....................................         -11,000
Authorized End Strength.................................         -60,170
Undistributed Adjustment--Authorized Basic Pay Increase.          +8,990
                                                         ---------------
      Total Adjustments.................................         -62,180
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $1,755,953,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   1,797,685,000
House allowance.........................................   1,776,885,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,801,985,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,801,985,000. This is $4,300,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                           Change from--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE
      COMPONENT TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15          611,478         611,478         588,478         -23,000         -23,000
      DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)
  20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING                8,055           8,055           8,055  ..............  ..............
      (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING               43,599          43,599          43,599  ..............  ..............
      (RECRUITS)
  60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING               7,738           7,738           7,738  ..............  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                    30,547          30,547          30,547  ..............  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                   61,497          61,497          61,497  ..............  ..............
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND                995,162         995,162       1,018,162         +23,000         +23,000
      SUPPORT
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                  6,473           6,473           6,473  ..............  ..............
 120 HEALTH PROFESSION                  33,136          33,136          33,136  ..............  ..............
      SCHOLARSHIP
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             1,797,685       1,797,685       1,797,685  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 1     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............         -20,800           4,300          +4,300         +25,100
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, RESERVE            1,797,685       1,776,885       1,801,985          +4,300         +25,100
            PERSONNEL, NAVY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    10 Pay Group A Training                                    -23,000
    90 Administration and Support--Recruiting and              +23,000
        Retention
       Undistributed Adjustment--Authorized Basic Pay           +4,300
        Increase
                                                       -----------------
             Total Adjustments                                  +4,300
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $541,768,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     594,872,000
House allowance.........................................     513,472,000
Committee recommendation................................     595,372,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $595,372,000. 
This is $500,000 above 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE
               CORPS     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE
      COMPONENT TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15          176,227         176,227         176,227  ..............  ..............
      DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)
  20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING               39,689          39,689          39,689  ..............  ..............
      (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING               93,272          93,272          93,272  ..............  ..............
      (RECRUITS)
  60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING               2,811           2,811           2,811  ..............  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                    14,245          14,245          14,245  ..............  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                   36,244          36,244          36,244  ..............  ..............
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND                183,131         183,131         183,131  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
  95 PLATOON LEADER CLASS               13,043          13,043          13,043  ..............  ..............
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                 36,210          36,210          36,210  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               594,872         594,872         594,872  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 1     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............          -2,500          -2,500          -2,500
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............         -81,400           3,000          +3,000         +84,400
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, RESERVE              594,872         513,472         595,372            +500         +81,900
            PERSONNEL, MARINE
            CORPS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unobligated Balances....................................          -2,500
Undistributed Adjustment--Authorized Basic Pay Increase.          +3,000
                                                         ---------------
      Total Adjustments.................................            +500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $1,335,838,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   1,370,479,000
House allowance.........................................   1,365,679,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,368,897,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,368,897,000. This is $1,582,000 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:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                           Change from--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR
               FORCE     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE
      COMPONENT TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15          617,479         617,479         570,479         -47,000         -47,000
      DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)
  20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING               98,622          98,622          93,622          -5,000          -5,000
      (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING               53,082          53,082          53,082  ..............  ..............
      (RECRUITS)
  40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING                  104             104             104  ..............  ..............
      (PIPELINE RECRUITS)
  60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING               1,800           1,800           1,800  ..............  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                   109,475         109,475         121,475         +12,000         +12,000
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                  101,175         101,175         141,175         +40,000         +40,000
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND                269,299         269,299         269,299  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                 40,222          40,222          40,222  ..............  ..............
 120 HEALTH PROFESSION                  31,026          31,026          31,026  ..............  ..............
      SCHOLARSHIP
 130 OTHER PROGRAMS                     48,195          48,195          48,195  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             1,370,479       1,370,479       1,370,479  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 1     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............          -4,800          -4,800          -4,800
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............          -4,800           3,218          +3,218          +8,018
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, RESERVE            1,370,479       1,365,679       1,368,897          -1,582          +3,218
            PERSONNEL, AIR
            FORCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    10 Pay Group A Training                                    -47,000
    20 Pay Group B Training                                     -5,000
    70 School Training                                         +12,000
    80 Special Training                                        +40,000
       Unobligated Balances                                     -4,800
       Undistributed Adjustment--Authorized Basic Pay           +3,218
        Increase
                                                       -----------------
             Total Adjustments                                  -1,582
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $5,209,197,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   5,959,149,000
House allowance.........................................   5,815,017,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,947,354,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,947,354,000. This is $11,795,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL,
                ARMY     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE
      COMPONENT TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15        1,897,450       1,897,450       1,897,450  ..............  ..............
      DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING              342,659         342,659         342,659  ..............  ..............
      (RECRUITS)
  40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING               31,525          31,525          31,525  ..............  ..............
      (PIPELINE RECRUITS)
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                   344,586         344,586         344,586  ..............  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                  244,781         244,781         244,781  ..............  ..............
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND              2,909,995       2,909,995       2,909,995  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                188,153         188,153         188,153  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             5,959,149       5,959,149       5,959,149  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 1     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............         -38,000         -38,000         -38,000
     JOINT INTERAGENCY          ..............  ..............           3,600          +3,600          +3,600
      TRAINING CENTER
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............        -144,132          22,605         +22,605        +166,737
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, NATIONAL           5,959,149       5,815,017       5,947,354         -11,795        +132,337
            GUARD PERSONNEL,
            ARMY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                    Committee
              Item               recommendation        Reqested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unobligated Balances...........         -38,000  .......................
Joint Interagency Training               +3,600  Byrd
 Center.
Undistributed Adjustment--              +22,605  .......................
 Authorized Basic Pay Increase.
                                -----------------
      Total Adjustments........         -11,795  .......................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $2,325,752,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   2,642,410,000
House allowance.........................................   2,621,169,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,616,560,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,616,560,000. This is $25,850,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL,
             AIR FORCE     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE
      COMPONENT TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15          962,871         962,871         896,271         -66,600         -66,600
      DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING               65,056          65,056          65,056  ..............  ..............
      (RECRUITS)
  40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING                  456             456             456  ..............  ..............
      (PIPELINE RECRUITS)
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                   187,802         187,802         193,402          +5,600          +5,600
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                   87,831          87,831          87,831  ..............  ..............
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND              1,281,804       1,281,804       1,327,904         +46,100         +46,100
      SUPPORT
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                 56,590          56,590          56,590  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             2,642,410       2,642,410       2,627,510         -14,900         -14,900
            ACTIVITY 1     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............         -21,000         -21,000         -21,000
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT   ..............         -21,241           7,200          +7,200         +28,441
     JOINT INTERAGENCY          ..............  ..............             650            +650            +650
      TRAINING CENTER
     166TH NETWORK WARFARE      ..............  ..............             600            +600            +600
      SQUADRON
     CRYPTO-LINGUIST/           ..............  ..............           1,600          +1,600          +1,600
      INTELLIGENCE OFFICER
      INITIATIVE
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, NATIONAL           2,642,410       2,621,169       2,616,560         -25,850          -4,609
            GUARD PERSONNEL,
            AIR FORCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  Committee
 Line            Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    10 Pay Group A Training         -66,600  .........................
    70 School Training               +5,600  .........................
    90 Administration and                    .........................
        Support:
           Full Time                +17,000  .........................
            Support
           Recruiting and           +29,100  .........................
            Retention
       Unobligated Balances         -21,000  .........................
       Undistributed                 +7,200  .........................
        Adjustment--Authori
        zed Basic Pay
        Increase
       166th Network                   +600  Biden, Carper
        Warfare Squadron
       Joint Interagency               +650  Byrd
        Training Center
       Crypto-Linguist/              +1,600  Hagel
        Intelligence
        Officer Initiative
                            -----------------
             Total                  -25,850  .........................
              Adjustments
------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                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 2008 budget requests a total of 
$142,854,017,000 for operation and maintenance appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends operation and maintenance 
appropriations totaling $141,885,275,000 for fiscal year 2008. 
This is $968,742,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended operation and maintenance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2008 are summarized below:

                               SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2008 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance:
    Army........................................................      28,924,973      28,598,563        -326,410
    Navy........................................................      33,334,690      33,150,380        -184,310
    Marine Corps................................................       4,961,393       5,061,649        +100,256
    Air Force...................................................      33,655,633      32,599,333      -1,056,300
    Defense-Wide................................................      22,574,278      22,445,227        -129,051
    Army Reserve................................................       2,508,062       2,510,286          +2,224
    Navy Reserve................................................       1,186,883       1,187,151            +268
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................         208,637         208,688             +51
    Air Force Reserve...........................................       2,692,077       2,816,103        +124,026
    Army National Guard.........................................       5,840,209       5,800,933         -39,276
    Air National Guard..........................................       5,041,965       5,471,745        +429,780
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account................           5,000  ..............          -5,000
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces......................          11,971          11,971  ..............
Environmental Restoration:
    Army........................................................         434,879         444,879         +10,000
    Navy........................................................         300,591         300,591  ..............
    Air Force...................................................         458,428         458,428  ..............
    Defense-Wide................................................          12,751          12,751  ..............
    Formerly Used Defense Sites.................................         250,249         295,249         +45,000
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid..................         103,300          63,300         -40,000
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction............................         348,048         448,048        +100,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     142,854,017     141,885,275        -968,742
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

    Support to Combatant Commanders.--The fiscal year 2008 
operation and maintenance budget request includes program 
growth of almost 30 percent over fiscal year 2007 for support 
to combatant commanders. Since funding is distributed among all 
services and multiple budget lines, it is difficult to track 
program increases and decreases for each of the combatant 
commanders from year to year. In order to increase the 
visibility of this funding, the Committee directs the Services 
to provide greater detail supporting combatant commander 
funding requests on the reconciliation of increases and 
decreases on the OP-5 budget exhibit.
    Pay Raise.--The Committee has included funding to support a 
3.5 percent increase in basic pay effective January 1, 2008 for 
all civilian personnel. This increase is consistent with S. 
1547, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
2008, and is 0.5 percent above the budget request.
    Government Accountability Office Study of A-76 
Competitions.--It has been brought to the Committee's attention 
that government civilians may be unfairly disadvantaged in A-76 
outsourcing competitions by including the cost of their 
retirement in comparison to that of the private sector 
competitors. The Committee requests that the Government 
Accountability Office produce a report reviewing recent A-76 
competitions, provide an assessment of whether or not this bias 
exists, and whether or not it has been a key factor in 
determining the outcome of the competition. This report should 
be submitted to the congressional defense committees not later 
than March 15, 2008.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $24,208,355,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  28,924,973,000
House allowance.........................................  26,404,495,000
Committee recommendation................................  28,598,563,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$28,598,563,000. This is $326,410,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
         MAINTENANCE, ARMY     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     LAND FORCES
  10 MANEUVER UNITS                    887,030         771,301         887,030  ..............        +115,729
  20 MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES           93,630          93,317          93,630  ..............            +313
  30 ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADES           693,513         417,099         693,513  ..............        +276,414
  40 THEATER LEVEL ASSETS              771,074         587,584         771,074  ..............        +183,490
  50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS          1,242,988       1,104,304       1,242,988  ..............        +138,684
      SUPPORT
  60 AVIATION ASSETS                   848,171         850,171         848,171  ..............          -2,000     LAND FORCES READINESS
  70 FORCE READINESS                 2,051,266       1,909,049       2,097,766         +46,500        +188,717
      OPERATIONS SUPPORT
  80 LAND FORCES SYSTEMS               555,405         480,077         559,905          +4,500         +79,828
      READINESS
  90 LAND FORCES DEPOT                 804,892         552,464         806,392          +1,500        +253,928
      MAINTENANCE     LAND FORCES READINESS
      SUPPORT
 100 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT         6,802,278       6,878,321       6,737,778         -64,500        -140,543
 110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,         2,031,173       3,052,710       2,037,373          +6,200      -1,015,337
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 120 MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONAL          285,198         267,698         285,198  ..............         +17,500
      HEADQUARTERS
 130 UNIFIED COMMANDS                  113,872         100,372         113,872  ..............         +13,500
 140 ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES             233,035         233,035         233,035  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET            17,413,525      17,297,502      17,407,725          -5,800        +110,223
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2:
      MOBILIZATION     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
 150 STRATEGIC MOBILITY                288,063         196,405         288,063  ..............         +91,658
 160 ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS         156,318          66,876         156,318  ..............         +89,442
 170 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS    ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               444,381         265,281         444,381  ..............        +179,100
            ACTIVITY 2     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3:
      TRAINING AND RECRUITING     ACCESSION TRAINING
 180 OFFICER ACQUISITION               116,804         116,804         116,804  ..............  ..............
 190 RECRUIT TRAINING                   47,608          46,850          47,608  ..............            +758
 200 ONE STATION UNIT TRAINING          50,796          50,314          50,796  ..............            +482
 210 SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS'          364,863         335,483         366,863          +2,000         +31,380
      TRAINING CORPS     BASIC SKILL AND ADVANCED
      TRAINING
 220 SPECIALIZED SKILL                 574,212         539,028         553,462         -20,750         +14,434
      TRAINING
 230 FLIGHT TRAINING                   695,377         609,325         695,377  ..............         +86,052
 240 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT          113,769          99,794         114,269            +500         +14,475
      EDUCATION
 250 TRAINING SUPPORT                  706,416         621,266         705,866            -550         +84,600     RECRUITING AND OTHER
      TRAINING AND EDUCATION
 260 RECRUITING AND                    603,498         568,807         603,498  ..............         +34,691
      ADVERTISING
 270 EXAMINING                         152,793         138,799         152,793  ..............         +13,994
 280 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY            238,457         209,128         238,457  ..............         +29,329
      EDUCATION
 290 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND            199,956         173,032         201,956          +2,000         +28,924
      TRAINING
 300 JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS'          147,203         131,442         147,203  ..............         +15,761
      TRAINING CORPS
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             4,011,752       3,640,072       3,994,952         -16,800        +354,880
            ACTIVITY 3     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     SECURITY PROGRAMS
 310 SECURITY PROGRAMS                 757,874         760,344         755,974          -1,900          -4,370     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
 320 SERVICEWIDE                       686,899         520,685         628,435         -58,464        +107,750
      TRANSPORTATION
 330 CENTRAL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES         642,906         452,470         613,970         -28,936        +161,500
 340 LOGISTICS SUPPORT                 506,679         520,709         512,679          +6,000          -8,030
      ACTIVITIES
 350 AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT             476,807         334,719         446,977         -29,830        +112,258     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
 360 ADMINISTRATION                    775,819         619,571         742,339         -33,480        +122,768
 370 SERVICEWIDE                     1,192,413       1,107,074       1,077,242        -115,171         -29,832
      COMMUNICATIONS
 380 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT               269,420         263,065         269,420  ..............          +6,355
 390 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT           217,872         205,704         217,872  ..............         +12,168
 400 OTHER SERVICE SUPPORT             841,825         774,144         843,825          +2,000         +69,681
 410 ARMY CLAIMS                       233,786         222,776         233,786  ..............         +11,010
 420 REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT             48,170          45,800          48,170  ..............          +2,370     SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS
 430 SUPPORT OF NATO                   362,159         356,134         362,159  ..............          +6,025
      OPERATIONS
 440 MISC. SUPPORT OF OTHER             42,686          42,095          42,686  ..............            +591
      NATIONS
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             7,055,315       6,225,290       6,795,534        -259,781        +570,244
            ACTIVITY 4     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............         -95,300         -95,300         -95,300
     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............          51,271         +51,271         +51,271
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     OVERSTATEMENT OF CIVILIAN  ..............        -241,900  ..............  ..............        +241,900
      PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS
     TRANSFER OF EXCESS         ..............        -420,000  ..............  ..............        +420,000
      WORKING CAPITAL FUND
      CASH
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............        -374,250  ..............  ..............        +374,250
      PERCENT)
     TRANSFER TO CORPS OF       ..............          12,500  ..............  ..............         -12,500
      ENGINEERS
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION         28,924,973      26,404,495      28,598,563        -326,410      +2,194,068
            AND MAINTENANCE,
            ARMY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Committee
 Line           Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   70 Advanced Combat               +4,000  Leahy
       Helmet PLUS
   70 Cognitive Air                 +2,000  Bingaman, Cornyn
       Defense Simulators
   70 Fleece Insulating             +4,000  Graham, Kennedy, Kerry,
       Liners for Extended                   Stabenow, Sununu
       Cold Weather
       Clothing System
       Generation III
       [ECWCS-GEN III]
   70 Sawfly Combat                 +2,000  Leahy
       Ballistic
       Protection Eyewear
   70 U.S. Army Extended            +2,000  Cantwell, Murray
       Cold Weather
       Clothing System
       [ECWCS] Hand
       Protection System
   70 PARC/Multi-Brigade           +17,500  Stevens
       Training
       Requirements
   70 USARPAC Deployable            +4,000  Committee Initiative
       C4 System
   70 USARPAC GCCS &                +2,600  Committee Initiative
       CENTRIX Operations
   70 USARPAC C4                    +3,000  Committee Initiative
       Modularity
   70 USARPAC Core                  +5,400  Committee Initiative
       Warfighting C4
       Network
       Infrastructure
   80 Tracking Reusable             +4,500  Byrd
       Assets for
       Contingency and
       Emergency Response
   90 Anniston Army Depot           +1,500  Sessions, Shelby
       Industrial
       Efficiencies
  100 DFAS Overstatement           -70,000  ..........................
  100 Biosecurity Research          +1,500  Roberts
       for Soldier Food
       Safety
  100 Army Conservation             +4,000  Inouye
       and Ecosystem
       Management
  110 Rock Island Arsenal,          +6,200  Grassley, Harkin, Obama
       Building 299 Roof
       Replacement Phase
       II
  210 Air Battle Captain            +2,000  Conrad, Dorgan
       (ROTC Heli Flight
       Training Program)
  220 BOLC Phase II                -20,750  ..........................
       Duplicate Funding
  240 Leadership for                   500  Brownback
       Leaders at CGSC and
       KSU
  250 Capstone Field                -2,500  ..........................
       Training Exercise
       Duplicate Funding
  250 Northern Nevada               +1,950  Reid
       Special Operations
       Training Project
  290 Online Technology             +2,000  Murray
       Training Program at
       Fort Lewis
  310 Security Programs             -1,900  ..........................
       Adjustment
  320 Unjustified Program          -58,464  ..........................
       Growth
  330 Unjustified Program          -28,936  ..........................
       Growth
  340 Retrograde Tracking,          +4,000  Feinstein
       Monitoring and
       Security of U.S.
       Military Mater-
       iel
  340 Army Condition Based          +2,000  Feinstein
       Maintenance
  350 Unjustified Program          -29,830  ..........................
       Growth
  360 Unjustified Program          -33,480  ..........................
       Growth
  370 Unjustified Program          -85,349  ..........................
       Growth
  370 General Fund                 -29,822  ..........................
       Enterprise Business
       System [GFEBS]
       Transfer to RDA
       line 118
  400 One Soul: Holocaust           +2,000  Cantwell, Clinton,
       Education Exhibit                     Kennedy, Landrieu,
                                             Lautenberg, Lieberman,
                                             Menendez, Schumer,
                                             Stabenow, Wyden
  999 Authorized Civilian          +51,271  ..........................
       Pay Raise from 3.0
       percent to 3.5
       percent
  999 Unobligated Balances         -95,300  ..........................
                           ----------------
            Total                 -326,410  ..........................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Unjustified Growth in Budget Activity 4.--The Army 
internally realigned over $1,600,000,000 of operation and 
maintenance funding in fiscal year 2007 into Base Operating 
Support by reducing funding in almost every other budget line 
in the appropriation. Since it considered the reductions as 
one-time costs, the budget lines that took reductions in fiscal 
year 2007 have major increases in fiscal year 2008 in order to 
restore the baseline in each account. Funding for Budget 
Activity 4, Administration and Service-wide Activities, was 
reduced by 6 percent in realignments to Base Operating Support 
in fiscal year 2007 but then received a 23 percent increase in 
fiscal year 2008. The Committee believes the fiscal year 2008 
increase is in excess to the Army's baseline needs and 
recommends a reduction of $236,059,000.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $30,954,034,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  33,334,690,000
House allowance.........................................  32,851,468,000
Committee recommendation................................  33,150,380,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$33,150,380,000. This is $184,310,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
         MAINTENANCE, NAVY     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT        3,607,384       3,407,384       3,607,384  ..............        +200,000
      OPERATIONS
  20 FLEET AIR TRAINING                937,648         937,648         937,648  ..............  ..............
  30 INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE           50,805          50,805          50,805  ..............  ..............
  40 AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY         127,578         127,578         127,578  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
  50 AIR SYSTEMS SUPPORT               479,941         479,941         479,941  ..............  ..............
  60 AIRCRAFT DEPOT                  1,017,876       1,017,876       1,017,876  ..............  ..............
      MAINTENANCE
  70 AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS         152,464         152,464         152,464  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT     SHIP OPERATIONS
  80 MISSION AND OTHER SHIP          3,463,690       3,463,690       3,463,690  ..............  ..............
      OPERATIONS
  90 SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT          671,029         641,358         660,029         -11,000         +18,671
      AND TRAINING
 100 SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE          4,416,438       4,416,438       4,366,438         -50,000         -50,000
 110 SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS           1,081,734       1,081,734       1,071,734         -10,000         -10,000
      SUPPORT     COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS/
      SUPPORT
 120 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS             564,929         564,929         549,929         -15,000         -15,000
 130 ELECTRONIC WARFARE                 74,888          74,888          70,988          -3,900          -3,900
 140 SPACE SYSTEMS &                   159,521         159,521         159,521  ..............  ..............
      SURVEILLANCE
 150 WARFARE TACTICS                   390,335         381,935         390,335  ..............          +8,400
 160 OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGY &         260,736         260,736         273,236         +12,500         +12,500
      OCEANOGRAPHY
 170 COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES           1,105,254       1,100,537       1,101,754          -3,500          +1,217
 180 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE             176,743         176,743         176,743  ..............  ..............
 190 DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT            3,925           3,925           3,925  ..............  ..............     WEAPONS SUPPORT
 200 CRUISE MISSILE                    138,447         138,447         138,447  ..............  ..............
 210 FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE           974,235         974,235         974,235  ..............  ..............
 220 IN-SERVICE WEAPONS                 99,435          99,435          99,435  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEMS SUPPORT
 230 WEAPONS MAINTENANCE               486,603         486,603         498,803         +12,200         +12,200
 240 OTHER WEAPON SYSTEMS              315,141         315,141         315,141  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT     BASE SUPPORT
 250 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION            610,899         610,899         610,899  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY
 260 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,         1,246,489       1,259,958       1,246,489  ..............         -13,469
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 270 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT          3,826,778       3,875,637       3,829,778          +3,000         -45,859
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET            26,440,945      26,260,485      26,375,245         -65,700        +114,760
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2:
      MOBILIZATION     READY RESERVE AND
      PREPOSITIONING FORCES
 280 SHIP PREPOSITIONING AND           541,656         541,656         541,656  ..............  ..............
      SURGE     ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS
 290 AIRCRAFT ACTIVATIONS/               7,166           5,648           7,166  ..............          +1,518
      INACTIVATIONS
 300 SHIP ACTIVATIONS/                 192,440         192,440         192,440  ..............  ..............
      INACTIVATIONS     MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS
 310 FLEET HOSPITAL PROGRAM             29,880          29,880          29,880  ..............  ..............
 320 INDUSTRIAL READINESS                2,043           2,043           2,043  ..............  ..............
 330 COAST GUARD SUPPORT                21,538          21,538          21,538  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               794,723         793,205         794,723  ..............          +1,518
            ACTIVITY 2     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3:
      TRAINING AND RECRUITING     ACCESSION TRAINING
 340 OFFICER ACQUISITION               135,602         135,602         132,602          -3,000          -3,000
 350 RECRUIT TRAINING                   11,308          11,308          11,308  ..............  ..............
 360 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING         112,185         112,185         112,185  ..............  ..............
      CORPS     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED
      TRAINING
 370 SPECIALIZED SKILL                 486,138         487,638         486,138  ..............          -1,500
      TRAINING
 380 FLIGHT TRAINING                   475,655         475,655         475,655  ..............  ..............
 390 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT          161,017         178,017         162,017          +1,000         -16,000
      EDUCATION
 400 TRAINING SUPPORT                  161,647         162,647         161,647  ..............          -1,000     RECRUITING, AND OTHER
      TRAINING AND EDUCATION
 410 RECRUITING AND                    264,309         264,609         264,309  ..............            -300
      ADVERTISING
 420 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY            144,828         146,328         144,828  ..............          -1,500
      EDUCATION
 430 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND             74,991          74,991          75,291            +300            +300
      TRAINING
 440 JUNIOR ROTC                        47,515          47,515          47,515  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             2,075,195       2,096,495       2,073,495          -1,700         -23,000
            ACTIVITY 3     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
 450 ADMINISTRATION                    759,691         726,020         757,691          -2,000         +31,671
 460 EXTERNAL RELATIONS                  5,448           5,448           5,448  ..............  ..............
 470 CIVILIAN MANPOWER &               104,347         104,347         104,347  ..............  ..............
      PERSONNEL MGT
 480 MILITARY MANPOWER &               151,915         151,915         150,868          -1,047          -1,047
      PERSONNEL MGT
 490 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT           275,033         276,033         275,033  ..............          -1,000
 500 SERVICEWIDE                       578,999         578,999         577,999          -1,000          -1,000
      COMMUNICATIONS     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS AND
      TECHNICAL SUPPORT
 520 SERVICEWIDE                       237,202         240,202         237,202  ..............          -3,000
      TRANSPORTATION
 540 PLANNING, ENGINEERING &           243,861         245,861         239,861          -4,000          -6,000
      DESIGN
 550 ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM           559,214         559,214         554,214          -5,000          -5,000
      MANAGEMENT
 560 HULL, MECHANICAL &                 58,963          58,963          58,963  ..............  ..............
      ELECTRICAL SUPPORT
 570 COMBAT/WEAPONS SYSTEMS             17,205          17,205          17,205  ..............  ..............
 580 SPACE & ELECTRONIC                 77,793          77,793          77,793  ..............  ..............
      WARFARE SYSTEMS     SECURITY PROGRAMS
 590 NAVAL INVESTIGATIVE               421,887         421,887         421,887  ..............  ..............
      SERVICE     SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS
 640 INTERNATIONAL HDQTRS &             11,290          11,290          11,290  ..............  ..............
      AGENCIES     OTHER PROGRAMS
 999 OTHER PROGRAMS                    520,979         522,956         520,979  ..............          -1,977
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             4,023,827       3,998,133       4,010,780         -13,047         +12,647
            ACTIVITY 4     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............         -60,600         -60,600         -60,600
     WORKING CAPITAL FUND       ..............  ..............         -80,000         -80,000         -80,000
      EXCESS BALANCES
     OVERSTATEMENT OF CIVILIAN  ..............         -82,000  ..............  ..............         +82,000
      PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............        -214,850  ..............  ..............        +214,850
      PERCENT)
     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............          36,737         +36,737         +36,737
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION         33,334,690      32,851,468      33,150,380        -184,310        +298,912
            AND MAINTENANCE,
            NAVY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Committee
 Line           Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   90 Subsurface Support           -11,000  ..........................
  100 Non-Depot/                   -50,000  ..........................
       Intermediate Level
       Maintenance
  110 Fleet Modernization          -10,000  ..........................
       Program
  120 Unjustified Combat           -15,000  ..........................
       Communications
       Program Growth
  130 Facility Maintenance          -3,900  ..........................
       by Contract
  160 Naval Oceanographic           +3,900  Cochran
       Office Charting
  160 Ocean/Surveillance            +8,600  Cochran
       Fleet Consolidation
  170 Joint Forces Command          -5,000  ..........................
  170 Global Force                  +1,500  Warner, Webb
       Management
       Visibility Tool
  230 Mk 45 Mod 5'' Gun            +12,200  McConnell
       Depot Overhauls
  270 PMRF Flood Control            +3,000  Inouye
  340 Civilian Personnel            -3,000  ..........................
       Compensation
  390 Professional                  +1,000  Martinez
       Development
       Education
  430 Naval Sea Cadet                 +300  Bingaman, Clinton,
       Corps                                 Collins, Harkin, Isakson,
                                             Lott, Lautenberg,
                                             Lieberman, Menendez,
                                             Schumer, Sessions, Snowe
  450 Civilian Personnel            -2,000  ..........................
       Compensation
  480 Joint Air Logistics           -1,047  ..........................
       Information System
       [JALIS]
  500 Removal of One-time           -1,000  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
  540 Civilian Personnel            -4,000  ..........................
       Compensation
  550 Civilian Personnel            -5,000  ..........................
       Compensation
  999 Authorized Civilian          +36,737  ..........................
       Pay Raise from 3.0
       Percent to 3.5
       Percent
  999 Unobligated Balances         -60,600  ..........................
  999 WCF Excess Balances          -80,000  ..........................
                           ----------------
            Total                 -184,310  ..........................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Non-Depot/Intermediate Level Maintenance.--The Navy budget 
request includes program growth of over $70,000,000 for Non-
Depot/Intermediate Level Maintenance between fiscal year 2007 
and fiscal year 2008. Considering that the number of homeported 
ships maintained decreases by eight in the same time period, 
the Committee recommends a reduction of $50,000,000 to this 
line item. This reduction is directed to be taken only from 
those Regional Maintenance Centers that have projected program 
growth in fiscal year 2008.
    Surveillance Towed Array Sensor System [SURTASS].--The 
Committee is concerned about the risks associated with the 
schedule proposed by the Navy to retire the R/V CORY CHOUEST in 
favor of a newly retrofitted Compact Low Frequency Array [CLFA] 
support vessel. Accordingly, the Committee urges the Navy to 
take the necessary steps to assure continuation of R/V CORY 
CHOUEST operations in the event the alternative ship cannot be 
turned over for Fleet operations as scheduled.
    Naval Shipyard Apprentice Program.--The Committee directs 
that during fiscal year 2008 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 2009 class of apprentices 
in its budget request.
    U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $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 2008. The Committee 
further encourages the Navy to fund the program at not less 
than $2,000,000 in future budget submissions.

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $3,811,437,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   4,961,393,000
House allowance.........................................   4,471,858,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,061,649,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,061,649,000. This is $100,256,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
  10 OPERATIONAL FORCES                867,734         686,021         733,207        -134,527         +47,186
  20 FIELD LOGISTICS                   502,437         441,725         518,103         +15,666         +76,378
  30 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                  71,240          88,298          71,240  ..............         -17,058     USMC PREPOSITIONING
  50 MARITIME PREPOSITIONING            73,870          73,870          73,870  ..............  ..............
  60 NORWAY PREPOSITIONING               5,681           5,681           5,681  ..............  ..............
  70 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,           517,701         451,672         533,856         +16,155         +82,184
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
  80 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT          1,742,906       1,673,287       1,884,071        +141,165        +210,784
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             3,781,569       3,420,554       3,820,028         +38,459        +399,474
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3:
      TRAINING AND RECRUITING     ACCESSION TRAINING
  90 RECRUIT TRAINING                   13,242          18,974          18,974          +5,732  ..............
 100 OFFICER ACQUISITION                   520             399             399            -121  ..............     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED
      TRAINING
 110 SPECIALIZED SKILLS                 54,185          78,026          78,026         +23,841  ..............
      TRAINING
 120 FLIGHT TRAINING                       318             318             318  ..............  ..............
 130 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT           16,751          18,805          18,805          +2,054  ..............
      EDUCATION
 140 TRAINING SUPPORT                  284,071         226,646         290,850          +6,779         +64,204     RECRUITING AND OTHER
      TRAINING EDUCATION
 150 RECRUITING AND                    141,378         135,090         235,090         +93,712        +100,000
      ADVERTISING
 160 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY             57,523          57,989          57,989            +466  ..............
      EDUCATION
 170 JUNIOR ROTC                        17,080          17,080          17,080  ..............  ..............
 180 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,            56,590          56,590          56,590  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 190 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT            146,254         146,254         146,254  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               787,912         756,171         920,375        +132,463        +164,204
            ACTIVITY 3     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
 200 SPECIAL SUPPORT                   257,131         257,131         255,131          -2,000          -2,000
 210 SERVICEWIDE                        81,548          13,658          13,658         -67,890  ..............
      TRANSPORTATION
 220 ADMINISTRATION                     36,078          42,868          42,868          +6,790  ..............
 230 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,             3,039           3,039           3,039  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 240 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT             14,116          17,237          14,116  ..............          -3,121
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               391,912         333,933         328,812         -63,100          -5,121
            ACTIVITY 4     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............         -12,800         -12,800         -12,800
     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............           5,234          +5,234          +5,234
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............         -38,800  ..............  ..............         +38,800
      PERCENT)
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION          4,961,393       4,471,858       5,061,649        +100,256        +589,791
            AND MAINTENANCE,
            MARINE CORPS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Committee
 Line           Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   10 Grow The Force              -124,935  ..........................
       Transfer
   10 Removal of One-time          -18,775  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   10 Tank Company O&M;              -4,817  ..........................
       Excess to
       Requirement
   10 Combat Desert Jacket          +4,000  Biden, Carper, Mikulski
   10 Marine Corps Merino           +2,000  Leahy, Sanders
       Wool Cushion Boot
       Sock
   10 Mountain Cold                 +3,000  Burr, Casey, Clinton,
       Weather Clothing                      Dole, Schumer, Smith,
       and Equipment                         Wyden
       Program [MCWCEP]--
       Marine Corps Base
       Layers
   10 Ultra Light                   +2,000  Dole
       Camouflage Net
       System [ULCANS]
   10 USMC Shelters and             +3,000  Warner, Webb
       Tents CP Large
   20 Grow The Force               +20,866  ..........................
       Transfer
   20 Mobile Corrosion              +2,000  Akaka, Clinton, Schumer
       Protection and
       Abatement
   20 Removal of One-time           -4,800  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   20 Civilian                      -2,400  ..........................
       Compensation
   70 Grow The Force               +16,155  ..........................
       Transfer
   80 Grow The Force                +8,051  ..........................
       Transfer
   80 Transfer from               +147,388  ..........................
       Procurement, Marine
       Corps for Grow the
       Force for Trailers
   80 Performance                   +1,200  Cochran
       Enhancements for
       Information
       Assurance and
       Information
       Systems--Operations
   80 Removal of One-time          -15,474  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   90 Grow The Force                +5,732  ..........................
       Transfer
  100 Grow The Force                  -121  ..........................
       Transfer
  110 Grow The Force               +23,841  ..........................
       Transfer
  130 Grow The Force                +2,054  ..........................
       Transfer
  140 Grow The Force               +15,279  ..........................
       Transfer
  140 Unjustified Program           -8,500  ..........................
       Growth
  150 Grow The Force               +93,712  ..........................
       Transfer
  160 Grow The Force                  +466  ..........................
       Transfer
  200 DFAS                          -2,000  ..........................
  210 Grow The Force               -67,890  ..........................
       Transfer
  220 Grow The Force                +6,790  ..........................
       Transfer
  999 Authorized Civilian           +5,234  ..........................
       Pay Raise from 3.0
       Percent to 3.5
       Percent
  999 Unobligated Balances         -12,800  ..........................
                           ----------------
            Total                 +100,256  ..........................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $30,458,947,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  33,655,633,000
House allowance.........................................  31,613,981,000
Committee recommendation................................  32,599,333,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$32,599,333,000. This is $1,056,300,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
       MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES           4,260,831       3,863,831       3,741,853        -518,978        -121,978
  20 PRIMARY COMBAT WEAPONS            279,759         279,759         279,759  ..............  ..............
  30 COMBAT ENHANCEMENT FORCES         673,384         673,384         626,014         -47,370         -47,370
  40 AIR OPERATIONS TRAINING         1,502,472       1,484,272       1,495,984          -6,488         +11,712
  50 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS           1,839,006       1,839,006       1,689,617        -149,389        -149,389
  60 DEPOT MAINTENANCE               2,277,479       2,277,479       2,277,479  ..............  ..............
  70 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,         1,041,719         984,841       1,051,719         +10,000         +66,878
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
  80 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT          2,202,105       2,210,806       2,224,805         +22,700         +13,999     COMBAT RELATED OPERATIONS
  90 GLOBAL C3I AND EARLY            1,318,235       1,318,235       1,318,235  ..............  ..............
      WARNING
 100 NAVIGATION/WEATHER                258,712         258,712         257,361          -1,351          -1,351
      SUPPORT
 110 OTHER COMBAT OPERATIONS           776,893         786,893         763,310         -13,583         -23,583
      SUPPORT PROGRAMS
 120 JCS EXERCISES                      27,261  ..............          38,261         +11,000         +38,261
 130 MANAGEMENT/OPERATIONAL            327,494         331,494         327,494  ..............          -4,000
      HEADQUARTERS
 140 TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE AND         485,784         485,784         485,784  ..............  ..............
      SPECIAL ACTIVITIES     SPACE OPERATIONS
 150 LAUNCH FACILITIES                 321,465         321,465         321,465  ..............  ..............
 160 LAUNCH VEHICLES                    51,072          51,072          51,072  ..............  ..............
 170 SPACE CONTROL SYSTEMS             233,190         233,190         233,190  ..............  ..............
 180 SATELLITE SYSTEMS                  87,993          87,993          87,993  ..............  ..............
 190 OTHER SPACE OPERATIONS            329,184         329,184         332,484          +3,300          +3,300
 200 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,           184,632         177,062         184,632  ..............          +7,570
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 210 BASE SUPPORT                      645,518         645,518         645,518  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET            19,124,188      18,639,980      18,434,029        -690,159        -205,951
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2:
      MOBILIZATION     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
 220 AIRLIFT OPERATIONS              2,932,076       2,932,076       2,707,262        -224,814        -224,814
 230 AIRLIFT OPERATIONS C3I             49,152          49,152          49,152  ..............  ..............
 240 MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS         190,395         190,395         190,395  ..............  ..............
 250 PAYMENTS TO                       300,000         300,000         300,000  ..............  ..............
      TRANSPORTATION BUSINESS
      AREA
 260 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                 337,741         337,741         337,741  ..............  ..............
 270 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,           214,720         206,131         214,720  ..............          +8,589
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 280 BASE SUPPORT                      656,828         644,789         656,828  ..............         +12,039
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             4,680,912       4,660,284       4,456,098        -224,814        -204,186
            ACTIVITY 2     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3:
      TRAINING AND RECRUITING     ACCESSION TRAINING
 290 OFFICER ACQUISITION                85,528          85,528          86,028            +500            +500
 300 RECRUIT TRAINING                   11,704          11,704          11,704  ..............  ..............
 310 RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING           98,631          98,631          98,631  ..............  ..............
      CORPS (ROTC)
 320 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,            69,047          65,595          69,047  ..............          +3,452
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 330 BASE SUPPORT (ACADEMIES            92,671          83,609          92,671  ..............          +9,062
      ONLY)     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED
      TRAINING
 340 SPECIALIZED SKILL                 378,009         380,009         378,009  ..............          -2,000
      TRAINING
 350 FLIGHT TRAINING                   911,673         911,673         911,673  ..............  ..............
 360 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT          173,051         171,987         178,051          +5,000          +6,064
      EDUCATION
 370 TRAINING SUPPORT                   96,679          96,679          96,679  ..............  ..............
 380 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                  14,309          14,309          14,309  ..............  ..............
 390 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,           182,756         171,242         182,756  ..............         +11,514
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 400 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT            621,550         612,978         621,550  ..............          +8,572
      (OTHER TRAINING)     RECRUITING, AND OTHER
      TRAINING AND EDUCATION
 410 RECRUITING AND                    138,895         138,895         138,895  ..............  ..............
      ADVERTISING
 420 EXAMINING                           4,820           4,820           4,820  ..............  ..............
 430 OFF DUTY AND VOLUNTARY            189,568         189,568         189,568  ..............  ..............
      EDUCATION
 440 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND            133,167         136,167         133,167  ..............          -3,000
      TRAINING
 450 JUNIOR ROTC                        70,798          70,798          70,798  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             3,272,856       3,244,192       3,278,356          +5,500         +34,164
            ACTIVITY 3     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
 460 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS              812,935         816,435         812,935  ..............          -3,500
 470 TECHNICAL SUPPORT                 650,478         652,478         653,478          +3,000          +1,000
      ACTIVITIES
 480 SERVICEWIDE                       274,722         187,958         274,722  ..............         +86,764
      TRANSPORTATION
 490 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                  66,246          66,246          66,246  ..............  ..............
 500 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,           290,267         274,012         290,267  ..............         +16,255
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 510 BASE SUPPORT                    1,133,524       1,131,705       1,134,524          +1,000          +2,819     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 520 ADMINISTRATION                    221,139         221,139         221,139  ..............  ..............
 530 SERVICEWIDE                       578,644         578,644         578,644  ..............  ..............
      COMMUNICATIONS
 540 PERSONNEL PROGRAMS                229,575         229,575         229,575  ..............  ..............
 550 ARMS CONTROL                       39,300          39,300          39,300  ..............  ..............
 560 OTHER SERVICEWIDE                 845,771         845,771         815,191         -30,580         -30,580
      ACTIVITIES
 570 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT            36,195          37,695          41,195          +5,000          +3,500
 580 CIVIL AIR PATROL                   23,753          23,753          26,553          +2,800          +2,800
      CORPORATION
 590 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,            29,772          28,105          29,772  ..............          +1,667
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 600 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT            308,771         308,771         308,771  ..............  ..............     SECURITY PROGRAMS
 610 SECURITY PROGRAMS               1,001,198       1,003,051       1,000,598            -600          -2,453     SUPPORT TO OTHER NATIONS
 620 INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT              35,387          35,387          18,599         -16,788         -16,788
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             6,577,677       6,480,025       6,541,509         -36,168         +61,484
            ACTIVITY 4     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............  ..............         -60,000         -60,000         -60,000
     WORKING CAPITAL FUND       ..............  ..............         -88,000         -88,000         -88,000
      EXCESS CASH BALANCES AND
      CARYOVER
     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............          37,341         +37,341         +37,341
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     AIRCRAFT RETIREMENT        ..............        -229,300  ..............  ..............        +229,300
      (AUTHORIZATION
      PROVISION)
     OVERSTATEMENT OF CIVILIAN  ..............        -186,300  ..............  ..............        +186,300
      PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS
     EXCESS INVENTORY ON ORDER  ..............        -650,000  ..............  ..............        +650,000
     TRANSFER OF EXCESS         ..............         -46,000  ..............  ..............         +46,000
      WORKING CAPITAL FUND
      CASH
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............        -298,900  ..............  ..............        +298,900
      PERCENT)
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION         33,655,633      31,613,981      32,599,333      -1,056,300        +985,352
            AND MAINTENANCE,
            AIR FORCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Committee
 Line           Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   10 Peace-Time Training         -400,000  ..........................
       Offset
   10 CAM Transfer to O&M;         -118,978  ..........................
       Air Force Reserves
       and Air National
       Guard
   30 CAM Transfer to O&M;          -47,370  ..........................
       Air Force Reserves
       and Air National
       Guard
   40 CAM Transfer to O&M;           -6,488  ..........................
       Air Force Reserves
       and Air National
       Guard
   50 CAM Transfer to O&M;         -148,189  ..........................
       Air Force Reserves
       and Air National
       Guard
   50 Joint Communications          -4,000  ..........................
       Support Element
   50 NORTHCOM Duplicate            -1,200  ..........................
       Funding
   50 Interoperable                 +4,000  Salazar
       Communications/
       Enterprise Network
       for USNORTHCOM
   70 Eielson Utilidors            +10,000  Stevens
   80 Operational                  +10,000  Stevens
       Upgrades, BLDG 9480
   80 Alaska Land Mobile            +4,700  Murkowski, Stevens
       Radio [ALMR]
   80 Electrical                    +8,000  Inouye
       Distribution
       Upgrade at Hickam
  100 CAM Transfer to O&M;           -1,351  ..........................
       Air Force Reserves
       and Air National
       Guard
  110 CAM Transfer to O&M;           -3,583  ..........................
       Air Force Reserves
       and Air National
       Guard
  110 National Homeland            -10,000  ..........................
       Security Plan
       Initiative
  120 Red Flag PARC                +11,000  Stevens
       Upgrades
  190 National Security             +3,300  Allard
       Space Institute
  220 CAM Transfer to O&M;         -224,814  ..........................
       Air Force Reserves
       and Air National
       Guard
  290 Center for Space and            +500  Allard, Salazar
       Defense Studies
  360 Engineering Training          +1,000  Bunning
       & Knowledge
       Preservation System
  360 Naval Postgraduate            +4,000  Allard, Salazar
       School PhD in
       Homeland Defense
  470 Center for Parts              +3,000  Chambliss, Isakson
       Configuration
       Management [CPDM]
  510 Mission Critical              +1,000  Voinovich
       Power System
       Reliability Surveys
  560 CAM Transfer to O&M;           -6,080  ..........................
       Air Force Reserves
       and Air National
       Guard
  560 Unjustified Growth           -25,000  ..........................
  560 Mobile Shear                    +500  Reid
  570 Military Legal                +5,000  Brown
       Assistance Clinic
  580 Civil Air Patrol              +2,300  Biden, Carper, Harkin
  580 AK CAP Survival                 +500  Stevens
       Equipment
  610 Security Programs               -600  ..........................
       Adjustment
  620 CENTCOM Forward-             -16,788  ..........................
       Deployed
       Headquarters Move
       Duplicate Funding
  999 Authorized Civilian          +37,341  ..........................
       Pay Raise from 3.0
       Percent to 3.5
       Percent
  999 Unobligated Balances         -60,000  ..........................
  999 Working Capital Fund         -88,000  ..........................
       Excess Cash
       Balances and
       Carryover
                           ----------------
            Total               -1,056,300  ..........................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Centralized Asset Management [CAM].--The Air Force budget 
request transferred Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve 
operation and maintenance funding for contractor logistics 
support, sustaining engineering, and support equipment into 
multiple active Air Force operation and maintenance funding 
lines for an initiative called ``Centralized Asset 
Management''. The Committee commends the Air Force's efforts to 
create efficiencies and cost savings in its operating accounts, 
but remains concerned about several aspects of the CAM program. 
The Committee is particularly concerned that consolidation of 
reserve component resources in an active Air Force account will 
severely limit the ability of reserve component commanders to 
execute their Title X responsibilities for providing fully 
trained and equipped units to the combatant commanders. The CAM 
program, as proposed by the Air Force, would limit the 
flexibility of reserve commanders to fund requirements as they 
emerge during the year of execution or to transfer funds 
between different platforms or missions. The program would also 
limit the ability of the congressional oversight committees to 
evaluate reserve component resource and readiness requirements. 
Because of these concerns, the Committee recommends 
transferring funding back to the Air National Guard and Air 
Force Reserve operation and maintenance accounts from the 
active Air Force.
    36th Rescue Flight.--The Committee encourages the Air Force 
to provide the funding required to continue the unit known as 
the 36th Rescue Flight assigned to Fairchild Air Force Base 
during fiscal year 2008.

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $20,035,185,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  22,574,278,000
House allowance.........................................  22,343,180,000
Committee recommendation................................  22,445,227,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$22,445,227,000. This is $129,051,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES  10 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF             312,518          88,189         312,518  ..............        +224,329
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
  20 SPECIAL OPERATIONS              3,277,640       3,237,640       3,250,850         -26,790         +13,210
      COMMAND
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             3,590,158       3,325,829       3,563,368         -26,790        +237,539
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2:
      MOBILIZATION     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3:
      TRAINING AND RECRUITING  30 DEFENSE ACQUISITION               104,596         104,596         104,596  ..............  ..............
      UNIVERSITY
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
     DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES            56,836          58,336          57,836          +1,000            -500
      ACTIVITY
  40 NATIONAL DEFENSE                   91,099         101,349          91,099  ..............         -10,250
      UNIVERSITY
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               252,531         264,281         253,531          +1,000         -10,750
            ACTIVITY 3     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES  50 AMERICAN FORCES                   149,631         149,631         149,631  ..............  ..............
      INFORMATION SERVICE
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
  60 CIVIL MILITARY PROGRAMS           107,347         110,847         127,347         +20,000         +16,500
  90 DEFENSE BUSINESS                  148,028         145,528         148,028  ..............          +2,500
      TRANSFORMATION AGENCY
 100 DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT            396,578         408,578         396,578  ..............         -12,000
      AGENCY
 110 DEFENSE FINANCE AND                   432             432             432  ..............  ..............
      ACCOUNTING SERVICE
 120 DEFENSE INFORMATION               945,594         936,594         945,594  ..............          +9,000
      SYSTEMS AGENCY
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 140 DEFENSE LEGAL SERVICES             36,350          31,730          36,350  ..............          +4,620
      AGENCY
 150 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY          299,778         308,778         306,778          +7,000          -2,000
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 160 DEFENSE POW/MISSING                16,400          16,400          16,400  ..............  ..............
      PERSONS OFFICE
 170 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY                 23,671          23,671          23,671  ..............  ..............
      SECURITY AGENCY
 180 DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION          333,548         344,048         333,548  ..............         -10,500
      AGENCY
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 190 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE           1,833,431       2,305,244       1,847,431         +14,000        -457,813
      DEPENDENTS EDUCATION
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 200 DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES           319,456         338,456         319,456  ..............         -19,000
      ACTIVITY
 210 DEFENSE CONTRACT                1,044,139       1,061,139       1,044,139  ..............         -17,000
      MANAGEMENT AGENCY
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 220 DEFENSE SECURITY                  673,400         155,900         481,000        -192,400        +325,100
      COOPERATION AGENCY
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 230 DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE          372,457         422,457         372,457  ..............         -50,000
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 250 OFFICE OF ECONOMIC                 57,176          91,476         131,376         +74,200         +39,900
      ADJUSTMENT
 260 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY         1,093,742       1,419,760       1,117,142         +23,400        -302,618
      OF DEFENSE
     JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF             284,791         271,842         277,191          -7,600          +5,349
 270 WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS           439,277         439,277         435,677          -3,600          -3,600
      SERVICES
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,    ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             8,575,226       8,981,788       8,510,226         -65,000        -471,562
            ACTIVITY 4     IMPACT AID                 ..............  ..............          35,000         +35,000         +35,000
     IMPACT AID FOR CHILDREN    ..............  ..............           5,000          +5,000          +5,000
      WITH DISABILITIES
 999 OTHER PROGRAMS                 10,156,363      10,206,416      10,143,563         -12,800         -62,853
     UNOBLIGATED BALANCES       ..............        -186,000         -54,000         -54,000        +132,000
     WORKING CAPITAL FUND       ..............  ..............         -40,000         -40,000         -40,000
      EXCESS BALANCES
     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............          28,539         +28,539         +28,539
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     SOLDIER CENTER AT PATRIOT  ..............           7,500  ..............  ..............          -7,500
      PARK, FT. BENNING
     MILITARY INTELLIGENCE      ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
      SERVICE HISTORIC
      LEARNING CENTER
     GSA PERSONNEL DETAIL       ..............          21,000  ..............  ..............         -21,000
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............        -282,700  ..............  ..............        +282,700
      PERCENT)
     JOINT LOGISTICS EDUCATION  ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
      TRAINING & EDUCATION
      TESTBED
     EMERGENCY AND              ..............          -7,000  ..............  ..............          +7,000
      EXTRAORDINARY EXPENSES
     PERIMETER SECURITY FORCE   ..............           9,066  ..............  ..............          -9,066
      PROTECTION
     ENTERPRISE-WIDE DATA &     ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
      KNOWLEDGE MGMT SYS FOR
      USSOCOM
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION         22,574,278      22,343,180      22,445,227        -129,051        +102,047
            AND MAINTENANCE,
            DEFENSE-WIDE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Committee
 Line           Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   10 Removal of One-time           -7,600  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   20 Regional Plan for             -6,390  ..........................
       Prosecution of the
       Global War on
       Terror
   20 MARSOC                        -5,000  ..........................
   20 Baseline Contigency           -1,500  ..........................
       Operations
   20 Civilian Pay                 -13,900  ..........................
   60 National Guard Youth         +15,000  Byrd, Dole, Murray
       ChalleNGe Program
   60 STARBASE Program              +5,000  Akaka, Chambliss, Conrad,
                                             Dorgan, Klobuchar,
                                             Isakson, Johnson, Thune
  150 Procurement                   +7,000  Baucus, Bond, Cardin,
       Technical                             Casey, Chambliss,
       Assistance Program                    Clinton, Coleman,
                                             Collins, Dodd, Durbin,
                                             Ensign, Enzi, Isakson,
                                             Johnson, Kerry, Kennedy,
                                             Klobuchar, Landrieu,
                                             Leahy, Lieberman,
                                             Menendez, Reed, Roberts,
                                             Salazar, Schumer,
                                             Stabenow, Smith, Snowe,
                                             Tester, Wyden
  190 Parents as Teachers           +3,000  Bond
       Heroes
  190 Project SOAR                  +6,000  Grassley, Harkin
       (Student Online
       Achievement
       Resources Virtual
       School)
  190 Military Child                +5,000  Committee Initiative
       Education Coalition
  200 Defense Critical              +1,000  Baucus, Tester
       Languages and
       Cultures Program
  220 Center for                    -7,400  ..........................
       International
       Issues Research
  220 Global Train and            -200,000  ..........................
       Equip
  220 Stability Operations          -5,000  ..........................
       Fellowship Program
  220 Regional Centers for         +20,000  Committee Initiative
       Security Studies
  250 Charles E. Kelly              +4,000  Casey, Specter
       Relocation Project
  250 Hunter's Point                +5,000  Feinstein
       Shipyard
       Improvements
  250 Stabilization/Repair          +8,000  Lautenberg, Menendez
       of the Ship Repair
       Facility at MOTBY
  250 Access to Joint              +44,200  Stevens
       Tanana Training
       Complex
  250 Intermodal Marine            +11,000  Stevens
       Facility-Port of
       Anchorage
  250 Exhibit on Role of            +2,000  Stabenow
       Arab Americans in
       the Defense of Our
       Country
  260 Strategic                     -3,000  ..........................
       Communications and
       Integration
  260 Study on National             +3,000  Committee Initiative
       Security
       Interagency System
  260 Logistics and                 -8,000  ..........................
       Material Readiness
       Unjustified Program
       Growth
  260 Comptroller                   -5,600  ..........................
       Unjustified Program
       Growth
  260 Aircraft Logging and          +2,000  Conrad, Dorgan
       Recording for
       Training
  260 Asia Pacific                 +15,000  Committee Initiative
       Regional Initiative
  260 Readiness and                +20,000  Committee Initiative
       Environmental
       Protection
       Initiative
  270 Unjustified Growth            -3,600  ..........................
  999 Classified                   -16,800  ..........................
       Adjustment
  999 Armed Forces Health           +4,000  Roberts
       and Food Supply
       Research
  999 Authorized Civilian          +28,539  ..........................
       Pay Raise from 3.0
       Percent to 3.5
       Percent
  999 Impact Aid                   +35,000  Chambliss, Johnson,
                                             Isakson, Ben Nelson,
                                             Murray
  999 Impact Aid for                +5,000  Akaka, Baucus, Bayh,
       Children with                         Cantwell, Clinton,
       Disabilities                          Conrad, Dodd, Durbin,
                                             Inhofe, Johnson, Kennedy,
                                             Menendez, Reed, Roberts,
                                             Whitehouse
  999 Unobligated Balances         -54,000  ..........................
  999 WCF Excess Balances          -40,000  ..........................
                           ----------------
            Total                 -129,051  ..........................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Global Train and Equip Program.--The Committee has provided 
$300,000,000 for the Global Train and Equip Program under the 
Defense Security Cooperation Agency. The Committee understands 
that this limited authority was designed as a pilot project to 
enhance our ongoing programs to train and equip allied nations' 
counterterrorism efforts. The Committee notes that the 
Department of State normally is tasked to perform this critical 
function, but that the Department of Defense requested the 
ability to augment these efforts due to the global war on 
terror. The Committee is strongly in favor of increasing our 
counterterrorism efforts around the globe but believes the 
responsibility to train and equip foreign military forces 
should rest with the Department of State. The Committee 
reluctantly supports the Defense Department's request during 
fiscal year 2008, and firmly believes that the Administration 
should request funds for this purpose in the Department of 
State's budget when this authority expires at the end of fiscal 
year 2008.
    Legacy Resource Management Program.--The Committee 
encourages the Department to allocate sufficient funds for 
naval archeology programs in the Lake Champlain Basin. The 
Committee also encourages these Lake Champlain activities to 
expand to complete an underwater survey of the lake, as well as 
the development of a management protocol for French and British 
military vessels resting at the bottom of Lake Champlain.
    National Job Corps Association.--The Committee encourages 
the Department of Defense to work in collaboration with the 
operators of the Job Corps centers that offer military 
preparation programs to provide curriculum input and 
modifications. The Department is also encouraged to work with 
the Office of Job Corps to develop an evaluation tool to 
measure success in existing military preparation courses.

                Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $2,160,214,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   2,508,062,000
House allowance.........................................   2,510,890,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,510,286,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,510,286,000. This is $2,224,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     LAND FORCES
  10 MANEUVER UNITS                      4,465           4,465           4,465  ..............  ..............
  20 MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES           15,706          15,706          15,706  ..............  ..............
  30 ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADES           443,577         443,577         439,677          -3,900          -3,900
  40 THEATER LEVEL ASSETS              154,575         154,575         154,575  ..............  ..............
  50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS            514,510         518,510         514,510  ..............          -4,000
      SUPPORT
  60 AVIATION ASSETS                    63,133          63,133          63,133  ..............  ..............     LAND FORCES READINESS
  70 FORCES READINESS                  230,699         230,699         232,899          +2,200          +2,200
      OPERATIONS SUPPORT
  80 LAND FORCES SYSTEM                 84,725          84,725          86,725          +2,000          +2,000
      READINESS
  90 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                 130,683         130,683         130,683  ..............  ..............     LAND FORCES READINESS
      SUPPORT
 100 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT           502,679         502,679         501,679          -1,000          -1,000
 110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,           222,856         246,456         222,856  ..............         -23,600
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 120 ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES              11,367          11,367          11,367  ..............  ..............
     REDUCTIONS REFLECTING      ..............         -15,300  ..............  ..............         +15,300
      HISTORIC UNDER EXECUTION
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             2,378,975       2,391,275       2,378,275            -700         -13,000
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     ADMINISTRATION AND
      SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 130 ADMINISTRATION                     67,309          67,309          67,309  ..............  ..............
 140 SERVICEWIDE                        10,427          10,427          10,427  ..............  ..............
      COMMUNICATIONS
 150 PERSONNEL/FINANCIAL ADMIN           8,321           8,321           8,321  ..............  ..............
 160 RECRUITING AND                     43,030          43,030          43,030  ..............  ..............
      ADVERTISING
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               129,087         129,087         129,087  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 4     TACTICAL OPERATIONS        ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
      CENTER (ELAMS/MECCS)
     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............           2,924          +2,924          +2,924
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............         -18,300  ..............  ..............         +18,300
      PERCENT)
     LEVEL APPLICATION          ..............           1,500  ..............  ..............          -1,500
      SOFTWARE (RLAS)
      INTEGRATION
     PERIMETER SECURITY FORCE   ..............           5,328  ..............  ..............          -5,328
      PROTECTION
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION          2,508,062       2,510,890       2,510,286          +2,224            -604
            AND MAINTENANCE,
            ARMY RESERVE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Committee
 Line           Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   30 Removal of One-time           -3,900  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   70 2nd Generation                +2,200  Biden, Carper, Reed
       Extended Cold
       Weather Clothing
       System
   80 Mobile Corrosion              +2,000  Akaka, Clinton, Schumer
       Protection and
       Abatement
  100 Removal of One-time           -1,000  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
  999 Authorized Civilian           +2,924  ..........................
       Pay Raise from 3.0
       Percent to 3.5
       Percent
                           ----------------
            Total                   +2,224  ..........................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $1,275,764,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   1,186,883,000
House allowance.........................................   1,144,454,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,187,151,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,187,151,000. This is $268,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     RESERVE AIR OPERATIONS
  10 MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT          561,550         561,550         561,550  ..............  ..............
      OPERATIONS
  20 INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE           17,029          17,029          17,029  ..............  ..............
  30 AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY           3,169           3,169           3,169  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
  40 AIRCRAFT DEPOT                    121,186         121,186         121,186  ..............  ..............
      MAINTENANCE
  50 AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS             393             393             393  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT     RESERVE SHIP OPERATIONS
  60 MISSION AND OTHER SHIP             49,766          49,766          49,766  ..............  ..............
      OPERATIONS
  70 SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT              573             573             573  ..............  ..............
      AND TRAINING
  80 SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE             41,616          41,616          41,616  ..............  ..............
  90 SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS                 559             559             559  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT     RESERVE COMBAT OPERATIONS
      SUPPORT
 100 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS              15,344          15,344          15,344  ..............  ..............
 110 COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES             121,531         121,531         121,531  ..............  ..............     RESERVE WEAPONS SUPPORT
 120 WEAPONS MAINTENANCE                 2,141           2,141           2,141  ..............  ..............
 130 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION             90,262          90,262          90,262  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT
 140 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,            52,000          52,000          52,000  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 150 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT             94,642          94,642          94,642  ..............  ..............
     REDUCTIONS REFLECTING      ..............         -36,400  ..............  ..............         +36,400
      HISTORIC UNDER EXECUTION
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             1,171,761       1,135,361       1,171,761  ..............         +36,400
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     ADMINISTRATION AND
      SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 160 ADMINISTRATION                      3,260           3,260           3,260  ..............  ..............
 170 MILITARY MANPOWER &                 8,509           8,509           8,509  ..............  ..............
      PERSONNEL
 180 SERVICEWIDE                         2,936           2,936           2,936  ..............  ..............
      COMMUNICATIONS
 999 OTHER SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT             417             417             417  ..............  ..............
     REDUCTIONS REFLECTING      ..............          -2,400  ..............  ..............          +2,400
      HISTORIC UNDER EXECUTION
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET                15,122          12,722          15,122  ..............          +2,400
            ACTIVITY 4     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............             268            +268            +268
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............          -4,900  ..............  ..............          +4,900
      PERCENT)
     PERIMETER SECURITY FORCE   ..............           1,271  ..............  ..............          -1,271
      PROTECTION
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION          1,186,883       1,144,454       1,187,151            +268         +42,697
            AND MAINTENANCE,
            NAVY RESERVE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   999 Authorized Civilian Pay Raise from 3.0 Percent             +268
        to 3.5 Percent
                                                       -----------------
             Total Adjustments                                    +268
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $209,036,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     208,637,000
House allowance.........................................     207,087,000
Committee recommendation................................     208,688,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $208,688,000. 
This is $51,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS
              RESERVE     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
  10 OPERATING FORCES                   49,487          49,487          49,487  ..............  ..............
  20 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                  11,229          11,229          11,229  ..............  ..............
  30 TRAINING SUPPORT                   27,131          27,131          27,131  ..............  ..............
  40 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,            14,827          14,827          14,827  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
  50 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT             69,998          69,998          69,998  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               172,672         172,672         172,672  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     ADMINISTRATION AND
      SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  60 SPECIAL SUPPORT                    12,417          12,417          12,417  ..............  ..............
  70 SERVICEWIDE                           826             826             826  ..............  ..............
      TRANSPORTATION
  80 ADMINISTRATION                      9,422           9,422           9,422  ..............  ..............
  90 RECRUITING AND                      8,690           8,690           8,690  ..............  ..............
      ADVERTISING
 100 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT              4,610           4,610           4,610  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET                35,965          35,965          35,965  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 4     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............              51             +51             +51
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............          -1,550  ..............  ..............          +1,550
      PERCENT)
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION &          208,637         207,087         208,688             +51          +1,601
            MAINTENANCE,
            MARINE CORPS
            RESERVE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 Line                         Item                        recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   999 Authorized Civilian Pay Raise from 3.0 Percent              +51
        to 3.5 Percent
                                                       -----------------
             Total                                                 +51
------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $2,617,601,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   2,692,077,000
House allowance.........................................   2,684,577,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,816,103,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,816,103,000. This is $124,026,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
       MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE
              RESERVE     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES           1,709,952       1,709,952       1,825,291        +115,339        +115,339
  20 MISSION SUPPORT                    99,253          99,253          99,253  ..............  ..............
      OPERATIONS
  30 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                 399,573         399,573         395,973          -3,600          -3,600
  40 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,            83,405          83,405          83,405  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
  50 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT            276,854         276,854         285,255          +8,401          +8,401
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             2,569,037       2,569,037       2,689,177        +120,140        +120,140
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     ADMINISTRATION AND
      SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  60 ADMINISTRATION                     70,152          70,152          70,152  ..............  ..............
  70 RECRUITING AND                     22,704          22,704          22,704  ..............  ..............
      ADVERTISING
  80 MILITARY MANPOWER AND              22,995          22,995          22,995  ..............  ..............
      PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
  90 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT             6,505           6,505           6,505  ..............  ..............
 100 AUDIOVISUAL                           684             684             684  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               123,040         123,040         123,040  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 4     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............          -9,500  ..............  ..............          +9,500
      PERCENT)
     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............           3,886          +3,886          +3,886
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     WHITEMAN CONVENTIONAL      ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
      MUNITIONS STORAGE
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION          2,692,077       2,684,577       2,816,103        +124,026        +131,526
            AND MAINTENANCE,
            AIR FORCE RESERVE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Committee
 Line           Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   10 CAM Transfer from           +119,339  ..........................
       O&M; Air Force
   10 Removal of One-time           -4,000  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   30 Removal of One-time           -3,600  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   50 CAM Transfer from            +10,401  ..........................
       O&M; Air Force
   50 Removal of One-time           -2,000  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
  999 Authorized Civilian           +3,886  ..........................
       Pay Raise from 3.0
       Percent to 3.5
       Percent
                           ----------------
            Total                  124,026  ..........................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $4,711,362,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   5,840,209,000
House allowance.........................................   5,893,843,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,800,933,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,800,933,000. This is $39,276,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
         MAINTENANCE, ARMY
           NATIONAL GUARD     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     LAND FORCES
  10 MANEUVER UNITS                    638,508         870,317         866,317        +227,809          -4,000
  20 MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES          423,443         163,340         163,340        -260,103  ..............
  30 ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADE            555,457         582,763         580,763         +25,306          -2,000
  40 THEATER LEVEL ASSETS              627,343         212,304         211,004        -416,339          -1,300
  50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS             34,721          35,653          34,789             +68            -864
      SUPPORT
  60 AVIATION ASSETS                   361,885         812,568         812,568        +450,683  ..............     LAND FORCES READINESS
  70 FORCE READINESS                   309,655         311,117         308,817            -838          -2,300
      OPERATIONS SUPPORT
  80 LAND FORCES SYSTEMS               109,561         113,661         108,561          -1,000          -5,100
      READINESS
  90 LAND FORCES DEPOT                 466,452         466,452         466,452  ..............  ..............
      MAINTENANCE     LAND FORCES READINESS
      SUPPORT
 100 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT           828,418         827,632         808,132         -20,286         -19,500
 110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,           486,341         676,141         486,341  ..............        -189,800
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
 120 MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONAL          551,675         516,977         516,977         -34,698  ..............
      HEADQUARTERS
 130 MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITIES           92,517          92,517          74,317         -18,200         -18,200
     REDUCTIONS REFLECTING      ..............        -153,100  ..............  ..............        +153,100
      HISTORIC UNDER EXECUTION
     PEER REVIEWED STRATEGIC    ..............           8,000  ..............  ..............          -8,000
      BIODEFENSE INITIATIVE
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             5,485,976       5,536,342       5,438,378         -47,598         -97,964
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     ADMINISTRATION AND
      SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 140 ADMINISTRATION                    119,227         120,273         120,273          +1,046  ..............
 150 SERVICEWIDE                        52,250          52,250          52,250  ..............  ..............
      COMMUNICATIONS
 160 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT                 7,396           7,540           7,540            +144  ..............
 170 RECRUITING AND                    175,360         175,360         175,468            +108            +108
      ADVERTISING
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET               354,233         355,423         355,531          +1,298            +108
            ACTIVITY 4     HOMELAND OPERATIONAL       ..............           4,000  ..............  ..............          -4,000
      PLANNING SYSTEM
     ADV LAW ENFORCEMENT RAPID  ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
      REPONSE TRAIN PROG
      (ALERRT)
     WMD-CIVIL SUPPORT TEAM     ..............           1,200  ..............  ..............          -1,200
      FOR FLORIDA
     WMD-CIVIL SUPPORT TEAM     ..............           1,239  ..............  ..............          -1,239
      FOR NEW YORK
     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............           7,024          +7,024          +7,024
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     JOINT BORDER OPERATIONS    ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
      TRAINING CENTER
     BIODEGRADE SOIL PENETRANT  ..............           2,500  ..............  ..............          -2,500
      DUST PALLIATIVE/LAND
      SURFACE
     WEAPONS SKILLS TRAINER     ..............           5,000  ..............  ..............          -5,000
     PERS ARMOR SYS GR TROOPS   ..............           1,500  ..............  ..............          -1,500
      (PASGT) HELMET RETRO PAD
      SETS
     FIELD MAINTENANCE SHOP     ..............           1,200  ..............  ..............          -1,200
      (FMS) DIRECTED DESIGN
     ACQUISITION OF 17 M916A3   ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
     BALLISTIC HELMET LINER     ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
      KITS
     NATIONAL GUARD GLOBAL      ..............             750  ..............  ..............            -750
      EDUCATION PROJECT
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............         -43,200  ..............  ..............         +43,200
      PERCENT)
     PERIMETER SECURITY FORCE   ..............          21,889  ..............  ..............         -21,889
      PROTECTION
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION &        5,840,209       5,893,843       5,800,933         -39,276         -92,910
            MAINTENANCE, ARMY
            NATIONAL GUARD
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Committee
 Line           Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   10 Redistribution of           +231,809  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
   10 Removal of One-time           -4,000  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   20 Redistribution of           -260,103  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
   30 Redistribution of            +25,306  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
   40 Redistribution of           -415,039  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
   40 Removal of One-time           -4,300  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   40 Army National Guard           +3,000  Alexander
       Battery
       Modernization
       Program
   50 Redistribution of                +68  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
   60 Redistribution of           +450,683  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
   70 Redistribution of             +1,462  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
   70 Removal of One-time          -18,900  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   70 2nd Generation                +4,000  Biden, Carper, Mikulski,
       Extended Cold                         Reed
       Weather Clothing
       System
   70 Advanced Law                  +1,000  Cornyn
       Enforcement Rapid
       Response Training
   70 Integrated Disaster           +3,000  Collins, Snowe
       Management System /
       RDMS
   70 Joint Interagency             +5,600  Byrd
       Training and
       Education
   70 Operator Driving              +3,000  Levin, Stabenow, Warner,
       Simulators for the                    Webb
       U.S. Army National
       Guard
   80 Removal of One-time           -5,000  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
   80 Columbia Regional             +2,000  Hutchison
       Geospatial Service
       Center System
   80 Mobile Corrosion              +2,000  Akaka
       Protection and
       Abatement
  100 Redistribution of               -786  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
  100 Removal of One-time          -27,000  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
  100 Pennsylvania                  +2,500  Casey
       National Guard
       Integration of the
       Joint CONUS
       Communications
       Support Environment
       [JCCSE]
  100 Vermont National              +3,000  Leahy, Sanders
       Guard Family
       Counseling
       Demonstration
  100 Virginia National             +1,000  Warner, Webb
       Guard Command and
       Control
       Interoperability
       Upgrades
  100 Virginia National             +1,000  Warner, Webb
       Guard Humidity
       Protection
  120 Redistribution of            -34,698  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
  130 Removal of One-time          -27,600  ..........................
       Congressional
       Increases
  130 Civil Support Team            +5,000  Enzi
       Trainer [CSTT]
  130 Minnesota National            +4,400  Coleman, Klobuchar
       Guard Reintegration
       Program
  140 Redistribution of             +1,046  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
  160 Redistribution of               +144  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
  170 Redistribution of               +108  ..........................
       Army National Guard
       Operation and
       Maintenance Funding
  999 Authorized Civilian           +7,024  ..........................
       Pay Raise from 3.0
       Percent to 3.5
       Percent
                           ----------------
            Total                  -39,276  ..........................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $5,009,178,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   5,041,965,000
House allowance.........................................   5,021,077,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,471,745,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,471,745,000. This is $429,780,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL
               GUARD     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1:
      OPERATING FORCES     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS             3,049,334       3,049,599       3,403,942        +354,608        +354,343
  20 MISSION SUPPORT                   540,633         541,133         608,745         +68,112         +67,612
      OPERATIONS
  30 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                 587,485         587,485         587,485  ..............  ..............
  40 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT,           285,227         285,227         285,227  ..............  ..............
      RESTORATION &
      MODERNIZATION
  50 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT            525,149         525,149         525,532            +383            +383
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET             4,987,828       4,988,593       5,410,931        +423,103        +422,338
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN
      & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  60 ADMINISTRATION                     30,716          30,716          30,716  ..............  ..............
  70 RECRUITING AND                     23,421          23,421          23,421  ..............  ..............
      ADVERTISING
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET                54,137          54,137          54,137  ..............  ..............
            ACTIVITY 4     CIVILIAN PAY RAISE FROM    ..............  ..............           6,677          +6,677          +6,677
      3.0 PERCENT TO 3.5
      PERCENT
     J3/J6 NATIONAL MILITARY    ..............           3,000  ..............  ..............          -3,000
      CYBER OPERATIONS
     SMOKY HILL RANGE           ..............           1,100  ..............  ..............          -1,100
      OPERATIONS FACILITY
      REFURBISHMENT
     CONTRACT EFFICIENCIES (5   ..............         -30,600  ..............  ..............         +30,600
      PERCENT)
     JOINT TRAINING             ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
      EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM
     WMD-CIVIL SUPPPORT TEAM    ..............             247  ..............  ..............            -247
      FOR NEW YORK
     UNMANNED AIR VEHICLE       ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............          -1,000
      TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION
      PROGRAM
     GREAT PLAINS JOINT         ..............           1,600  ..............  ..............          -1,600
      REGIONALTRAINING CENTER
                               =================================================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION &        5,041,965       5,021,077       5,471,745        +429,780        +450,668
            MAINTENANCE, AIR
            NATIONAL GUARD
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Committee
 Line           Item          recommendation         Requested by
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   10 CAM Transfer from           +353,608  ..........................
       O&M; Air Force
   10 Flying Hours                  +1,000  Committee Initiative
   20 CAM Transfer from            +59,912  ..........................
       O&M; Air Force
   20 166th Network                   +200  Carper, Biden
       Warfare Squadron
   20 Controlled Humidity           +2,700  Graham
       Protection [CHP] SC
       Air National Guard
   20 Crypto-Linguist/                +400  Hagel
       Intelligence
       Officer Initiative
   20 Joint Interagency               +150  Byrd
       Training and
       Education
   20 Weapons Skills                +4,000  Bill Nelson
       Trainer
   20 National Guard                  +750  Lautenberg, Menendez
       Global Education
       Program
   50 CAM Transfer from               +383  ..........................
       O&M; Air Force
  999 Authorized Civilian           +6,677  ..........................
       Pay Raise from 3.0
       Percent to 3.5
       Percent
                           ----------------
            Total                 +429,780  ..........................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account

Appropriations, 2007....................................................
Budget estimate, 2008...................................      $5,000,000
House allowance.........................................................
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee recommends no appropriation. This is 
$5,000,000 below the budget estimate. The Committee continues 
to believe that supplemental funding provides sufficient 
flexibility to meet contingency requirements.

               U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Appropriations, 2007....................................     $11,721,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................      11,971,000
House allowance.........................................      11,971,000
Committee recommendation................................      11,971,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $11,971,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Army

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $403,786,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     434,879,000
House allowance.........................................     434,879,000
Committee recommendation................................     444,879,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $444,879,000. 
This is $10,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Navy

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $302,222,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     300,591,000
House allowance.........................................     300,591,000
Committee recommendation................................     300,591,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $300,591,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Environmental Restoration, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $402,396,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     458,428,000
House allowance.........................................     458,428,000
Committee recommendation................................     458,428,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $458,428,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2007....................................     $27,885,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................      12,751,000
House allowance.........................................      12,751,000
Committee recommendation................................      12,751,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $12,751,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

         Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $254,352,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     250,249,000
House allowance.........................................     268,249,000
Committee recommendation................................     295,249,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $295,249,000. 
This is $45,000,000 above the budget estimate to help address 
unfunded needs.

             Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid

Appropriations, 2007....................................     $63,204,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     103,300,000
House allowance.........................................     103,300,000
Committee recommendation................................      63,300,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $63,300,000. 
This is $40,000,000 below the budget estimate. The reduction is 
consistent with S. 1547, the National Defense Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Year 2008.

                  Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $372,128,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     348,048,000
House allowance.........................................     398,048,000
Committee recommendation................................     448,048,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $448,048,000. 
This is $100,000,000 above the budget estimate. The increase is 
consistent with S. 1547, the National Defense Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Year 2008.

                               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 2008 budget requests a total of 
$99,623,010,000 for procurement appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends procurement appropriations 
totaling $98,224,583,000 for fiscal year 2008. This is 
$1,398,427,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended procurement appropriations for fiscal 
year 2008 are summarized below:

                                      SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2008 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aircraft Procurement, Army......................................       4,179,848       4,273,998         +94,150
Missile Procurement, Army.......................................       1,645,485       1,756,979        +111,494
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army........       3,089,998       3,122,889         +32,891
Procurement of Ammunition, Army.................................       2,190,576       2,208,976         +18,400
Other Procurement, Army.........................................      12,647,099      11,697,265        -949,834
Aircraft Procurement, Navy......................................      12,747,767      12,599,744        -148,023
Weapons Procurement, Navy.......................................       3,084,387       3,094,687         +10,300
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps................         760,484       1,058,832        +298,348
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy...............................      13,656,120      13,205,438        -450,682
Other Procurement, Navy.........................................       5,470,412       5,376,530         -93,882
Procurement, Marine Corps.......................................       2,999,057       2,091,897        -907,160
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.................................      12,393,270      12,133,900        -259,370
Missile Procurement, Air Force..................................       5,131,002       4,920,219        -210,783
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force............................         868,917         854,167         -14,750
Other Procurement, Air Force....................................      15,421,162      15,517,127         +95,965
Procurement, Defense-Wide.......................................       3,318,834       3,246,843         -71,991
National Guard and Reserve Equipment............................  ..............       1,000,000      +1,000,000
Defense Production Act Purchases................................          18,592          65,092         +46,500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      99,623,010      98,224,583      -1,398,427
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    Based on a careful review of the Department's budget 
request, the Committee has recommended funding adjustments, 
shown in tables for each appropriation account.
    The Committee recognizes that the demands of growing the 
military forces, equipping a modular Army structure, sustaining 
training and resetting units returning from operations in Iraq 
and Afghanistan have increased the need for new and modern 
equipment. In fiscal year 2008, the equipment requirements tied 
directly to continuing combat operations overseas will be 
considered in separate legislation. Whether maintaining the 
peacetime force or supporting operations overseas, the 
Committee expects the budgets to conform to such common sense 
rules as budgeting to the most likely cost of the program and 
not requesting funds ahead of need. Some of the adjustments 
recommended by the Committee bring the budget into compliance 
with those fundamental guidelines. Other adjustments include 
adding funds to reflect congressional priorities, correcting 
shortfalls, and implementing the recommendations in S. 1547, 
the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008.
    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

    National Guard Procurement.--The Committee is concerned 
that procurement funding and equipment designated for the 
National Guard could be diverted to other budget areas and non-
National Guard units. The Committee notes that substantial 
shortfalls still exist in National Guard equipment stocks, 
threatening the force's dual-role mission to supplement active 
duty forces abroad and respond to emergencies at home. 
Therefore, the Department of Defense shall report to the 
Committee no later than 9 months after the passage of this Act 
on how it has obligated funds and provided equipment designated 
for the National Guard in the budget and accompanying 
justification materials.
    Military Tires.--Following the direction in the Base 
Realignment and Closure Act of 2005, the Department of Defense 
has implemented the Tire Commodity Management Privatization 
Initiative. This program moved responsibility for the supply, 
storage and distribution for all tires used by the Department 
of Defense from the Defense Logistics Agency to a contractor. 
This contractor is in charge of procuring and distributing all 
ground and air military tires worldwide for the Department of 
Defense and the individual services. The Committee is concerned 
that the Department ensures that the military tire market 
remains a fair and competitive marketplace.
    The Committee is pleased that the Department of Defense has 
taken steps to dramatically lower costs and streamline the 
process of getting tires to the warfighter. However, it is the 
Committee's firm belief that the Department should administer 
these contracts in a manner that maintains the U.S. industrial 
base for military tire manufacturing and future innovation as 
well as to preserve competitive procurement for current and 
future requirements for the Department. There is concern that 
the contractor acting as the inventory control point may be 
placed in an advantageous position in competition for the 
Department's tire contracts.
    To alleviate those concerns, the Defense Logistics Agency 
shall ensure that all tire manufacturers are on an equal 
footing in the competitive market with respect to information 
on tire demand and that, to the extent practicable under the 
existing contracts, new tire types are subject to fair and 
equal competition among qualified manufacturers. This 
responsibility includes: ensuring that all tire manufacturers 
have equal information about the Government's needs for 
existing tire types; requiring that, to the extent practicable 
under the existing contracts, new tire contracts are awarded 
through fair and equal opportunity competitions among qualified 
manufacturers; and lastly monitoring the contracts in an open 
and transparent way to all manufacturers so that the existing 
contract minimum share guarantees designed to protect the 
industrial base are enforced.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $3,502,483,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   4,179,848,000
House allowance.........................................   3,891,539,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,273,998,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,273,998,000. This is $94,150,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY     AIRCRAFT     FIXED WING
   1 UTILITY F/W CARGO AIRCRAFT                               .......          157,043  .......          119,443  .......          157,043  .......  ...............  .......          +37,600     ROTARY
   3 ARMED RECONNAISSANCE HELICOPTER                          .......          468,259  .......  ...............  .......          242,259  .......         -226,000  .......         +242,259
   4 HELICOPTER, LIGHT UTILITY                                .......          230,491  .......          230,491  .......          230,491  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   5 UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP)                                         42          588,701       52          770,751       52          770,751      +10         +182,050  .......  ...............
   6 UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP) (AP-CY)                            .......          116,745  .......          116,745  .......          116,745  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   7 CH-47 HELICOPTER                                               6          157,908        6          157,908        6          157,908  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   8 CH-47 HELICOPTER (AP-CY)                                 .......           32,982  .......           32,982  .......           32,982  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT                                    .......        1,752,129  .......        1,428,320  .......        1,708,179  .......          -43,950  .......         +279,859     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
   9 GUARDRAIL MODS (TIARA)                                   .......          149,062  .......          149,062  .......          149,062  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  10 ARL MODS (TIARA)                                         .......           52,298  .......           42,298  .......           52,298  .......  ...............  .......          +10,000
  11 AH-64 MODS                                               .......          670,704  .......          672,204  .......          673,704  .......           +3,000  .......           +1,500
  12 AH-64 MODS (AP-CY)                                       .......           40,957  .......           40,957  .......           40,957  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  13 CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS                              .......          540,658  .......          540,658  .......          540,658  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  14 CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS (AP-CY)                      .......           39,182  .......           39,182  .......           39,182  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  15 UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS                              .......           17,175  .......           17,175  .......           17,675  .......             +500  .......             +500
  16 AIRCRAFT LONG RANGE MODS                                 .......              340  .......              340  .......              340  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  18 UH-60 MODS                                               .......           13,035  .......           24,035  .......           16,635  .......           +3,600  .......           -7,400
  19 KIOWA WARRIOR                                            .......           20,807  .......           51,807  .......           51,807  .......          +31,000  .......  ...............
  20 AIRBORNE AVIONICS                                        .......          179,565  .......          179,565  .......          179,565  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  21 GATM ROLLUP                                              .......           53,071  .......           53,071  .......           53,071  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  22 SPARE PARTS (AIR)                                        .......            9,304  .......            9,304  .......            9,304  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT                    .......        1,786,158  .......        1,819,658  .......        1,824,258  .......          +38,100  .......           +4,600     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES     GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS
  23 AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT                         .......           48,120  .......           48,120  .......           48,120  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  24 ASE INFRARED CM                                          .......          365,472  .......          365,472  .......          465,472  .......         +100,000  .......         +100,000     OTHER SUPPORT
  26 AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                               .......            5,065  .......            5,065  .......            5,065  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  27 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                                  .......           80,221  .......           80,221  .......           75,221  .......           -5,000  .......           -5,000
  28 AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS                               .......           42,727  .......           44,727  .......           43,727  .......           +1,000  .......           -1,000
  29 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                      .......           95,203  .......           95,203  .......           99,203  .......           +4,000  .......           +4,000
  30 INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                    .......            2,377  .......            2,377  .......            2,377  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  31 LAUNCHER, 2.75 ROCKET                                    .......            2,376  .......            2,376  .......            2,376  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES            .......          641,561  .......          643,561  .......          741,561  .......         +100,000  .......          +98,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY                  .......        4,179,848  .......        3,891,539  .......        4,273,998  .......          +94,150  .......         +382,459
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    3 ARMED RECONNAISSANCE                 468,259          242,259         -226,000  ........................
       HELICOPTER
          Transfer to RDA Line 77  ...............  ...............         -100,000  ........................
          Transfer to Kiowa        ...............  ...............          -31,000  ........................
           Warrior, Line 20
          Reduction to Quantity    ...............  ...............          -95,000  ........................
    5 UH-60 BLACKHAWK [MYP]                588,701          770,751         +182,050  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............         +182,050  ........................
   12 AH-64 MODS                           670,704          673,704           +3,000  ........................
          Vibration Management     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Feinstein
           Enhancement Program
   16 UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS           17,175           17,675             +500  ........................
          TCAS/TAWS Collision      ...............  ...............             +500  Committee Initiative
           Avoidance
   19 UH-60 MODS                            13,035           16,635           +3,600  ........................
          IVHMS System--Tennessee  ...............  ...............           +3,600  Alexander, Corker
           National Guard
   20 KIOWA WARRIOR                         20,807           51,807          +31,000  ........................
          Sustainment--Transfer    ...............  ...............          +31,000  ........................
           from Line 3
   25 ASE INFRARED CM                      365,472          465,472         +100,000  ........................
          Aircraft Survivability   ...............  ...............         +100,000  Committee Initiative
           Equipment
   28 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT               80,221           75,221           -5,000  ........................
          Ahead of Need            ...............  ...............           -5,000  ........................
   29 AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS            42,727           43,727           +1,000  ........................
          Air Warrior              ...............  ...............           +1,000  Warner, Webb
   30 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                   95,203           99,203           +4,000  ........................
          Ft Knox Godman Airfield  ...............  ...............           +4,000  McConnell
           ASR
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter [ARH].--The budget request 
includes $468,259,000 for procurement of 26 Armed 
Reconnaissance Helicopters. The Committee recognizes the need 
to replace the aging and battle-worn Kiowa Warrior fleet, and 
supports the Army's efforts to work with the contractor to 
correct the problems with the ARH program. The Committee 
supports the Army's request to transfer funds to additional ARH 
research and development and the sustainment of the Kiowa 
Warrior. However, there still remain significant risks in this 
schedule-driven program despite its restructure. For example, 
the Committee was notified on September 11, 2007, of a Nunn-
McCurdy breach due to an increase of 20.3 percent in the 
Program Acquisition Unit Cost and an increase of 18.5 percent 
in the Average Procurement Unit Cost. Due to cost and schedule 
growth and the continuing program risks, the Committee 
recommends $242,259,000 for procurement of ARH. The recommended 
level would provide funds for 16 aircraft to reflect a more 
reasonable production rate.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $1,278,967,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   1,645,485,000
House allowance.........................................   2,103,102,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,756,979,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,756,979,000. This is $111,494,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                    MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY     OTHER MISSILES     SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE SYSTEM
   1 GROW THE ARMY                                            .......          243,251  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......         -243,251  .......  ...............
   2 PATRIOT SYSTEM SUMMARY                                       108          472,907      108          472,907      108          472,907  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE SYSTEM
   4 HELLFIRE SYS SUMMARY                                     .......           46,000  .......           46,000  .......           46,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM
   5 JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY                              385          103,799      385          180,713      385          167,913  .......          +64,114  .......          -12,800
   6 TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY                                       2,255           87,893    2,255           87,893    2,255           87,893  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   8 GUIDED MLRS ROCKET (GMLRS)                                 1,482          225,282    1,482          225,282    1,482          195,159  .......          -30,123  .......          -30,123
   9 MLRS REDUCED RANGE PRACTICE ROCKETS (RRPR)                 3,492           22,585    3,492           22,585    3,492           22,585  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  11 HIMARS LAUNCHER                                               57          235,865       57          235,865       57          226,665  .......           -9,200  .......           -9,200
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                              .......        1,437,582  .......        1,271,245  .......        1,219,122  .......         -218,460  .......          -52,123     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES     MODIFICATIONS
  13 PATRIOT MODS                                             .......           67,479  .......          569,993  .......          275,993  .......         +208,514  .......         -294,000
  15 ITAS/TOW MODS                                            .......           92,330  .......          213,770  .......          213,770  .......         +121,440  .......  ...............
  16 MLRS MODS                                                .......            5,578  .......            5,578  .......            5,578  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  17 HIMARS MODIFICATIONS: (NON AAO)                          .......           10,541  .......           10,541  .......           10,541  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF MISSILES                    .......          175,928  .......          799,882  .......          505,882  .......         +329,954  .......         -294,000  18 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                  .......           23,643  .......           23,643  .......           23,643  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  19 AIR DEFENSE TARGETS                                      .......            4,268  .......            4,268  .......            4,268  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  20 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MISSILES)                         .......               10  .......               10  .......               10  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  21 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT                                  .......            4,054  .......            4,054  .......            4,054  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES            .......            8,332  .......            8,332  .......            8,332  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY                   .......        1,645,485  .......        2,103,102  .......        1,756,979  .......         +111,494  .......         -346,123
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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          2008 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 OTHER MISSILE            243,251  ..............        -243,251
       SUPPORT
          Grow the      ..............  ..............        -243,251
           Force
           Transfer
    5 JAVELIN [AAWS-M]         103,799         167,913         +64,114
       SYSTEM SUMMARY
          Grow the      ..............  ..............         +64,114
           Force
           Transfer
    8 GUIDED MLRS              225,282         195,159         -30,123
       ROCKET [GMLRS]
          Facilitizati  ..............  ..............         -20,912
           on
          Unit cost     ..............  ..............          -9,211
           efficiencie
           s
   11 HIGH MOBILITY            235,865         226,665          -9,200
       ARTILLERY
       ROCKET SYSTEM
       [HIMARS]
          Excess to     ..............  ..............          -9,200
           requirement
   13 PATRIOT MODS              67,479         275,993        +208,514
          Grow the      ..............  ..............        +208,514
           Force
           Transfer
   15 ITAS/TOW MODS             92,330         213,770        +121,440
          Grow the      ..............  ..............        +121,440
           Force
           Transfer
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Javelin.--The Javelin missile system provides soldiers with 
a fire and forget weapon that is manportable, lethal, and 
survivable. For target acquisition, the missile is complemented 
by a reusable Command Launch Unit [CLU] that can additionally 
provide stand-alone surveillance capability. The fiscal year 
2008 budget request includes $54,492,000 for the procurement of 
385 Javelin all up missile rounds. The Committee has fully 
funded this request and directs the Army to execute these funds 
solely for the purpose for which they were appropriated. The 
Committee notes that the fiscal year 2008 request for Grow the 
Force buys out the entire CLU requirement for the standup of 
six additional Infantry Brigade Combat Teams [IBCTs] over the 
next 4 years. The Committee denies the requested CLU funding 
for one IBCT as ahead of need.
    PATRIOT Advanced Capability-3 [PAC-3] Pure Fleet 
Initiative.--The PAC-3 is the Army's only deployed land-based 
air and missile defense system capable of countering multiple 
missile threats in all weather environments, thereby providing 
enhanced force protection for deployed units. However, the 
current force structure includes three lesser-capable PAC-2 
battalions. In fiscal year 2007 and in fiscal year 2008, the 
Chief of Staff of the Army listed the upgrade of these PAC-2 
battalions to the PAC-3 capability among his highest unfunded 
priorities. In addition to $212,000,000 previously provided for 
the conversion of the first PAC-2 battalion, the Committee 
provides $208,000,000 in fiscal year 2008 solely for the 
conversion of the remaining two PAC-2 battalions, thereby fully 
funding the complete PAC-3 Pure Fleet upgrade requirement.

        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $1,906,368,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   3,089,998,000
House allowance.........................................   4,077,189,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,122,889,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,122,889,000. This is $32,891,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                                                Change from
Line                           Item                            Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ------------------------------------------------------
                                                                          estimate                                         recommendation     Qty.    Budget estimate    Qty.    House allowance
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                  PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV;, ARMY     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   2 BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT                              .......          140,314  .......          140,314  .......          140,314  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
   3 BRADLEY FVS TRAINING DEVICES (MOD)                    .......            4,684  .......            4,684  .......            4,684  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
   5 STRYKER VEHICLE                                           127        1,038,984      377        1,912,884      127        1,028,984  .........          -10,000      -250         -883,900
   6 FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEMS (FCS)                           .......           79,483  .......           81,983  .......           79,483  .........  ...............  ........           -2,500
   7 FCS SPIN OUTS                                         .......           20,123  .......           20,123  .......           20,123  .........  ...............  ........  ...............     MODIFICATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   9 FIST VEHICLE (MOD)                                    .......  ...............        8           35,400        8           35,400  .........          +35,400  ........  ...............
  10 BFVS SERIES (MOD)                                     .......           37,611  .......           37,611  .......           37,611  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
  11 HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM M109A6 (MOD)                .......           36,924  .......           36,924  .......           22,624  .........          -14,300  ........          -14,300
  13 IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (M88 MOD)                        12           36,826       45          132,526       39          116,226        +27          +79,400        -6          -16,300
  15 ARMORED BREACHER VEHICLE                              .......           41,500  .......           41,500  .......           41,500  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
  17 JOINT ASSAULT BRIDGE                                  .......           12,927  .......           12,927  .......           12,927  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
  18 M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)                                  .......          588,979  .......          588,979  .......          588,979  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
  19 SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT PGM: SEP M1A2                           18           52,928  .......  ...............  .......  ...............        -18          -52,928  ........  ...............     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  21 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (TCV-WTCV)                    .......            7,760  .......            7,760  .......            7,760  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
                                                          --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES                  .......        2,099,043  .......        3,053,615  .......        2,136,615  .........          +37,572  ........         -917,000     WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES
  22 HOWITZER, LIGHT, TOWED, 105MM, M119                        53           48,902      111          101,702      111          101,702        +58          +52,800  ........  ...............
  23 GROW THE ARMY                                         .......          331,729  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .........         -331,729  ........  ...............
  24 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN (7.62MM)                        2,308           37,096    2,900           45,085    2,900           45,085       +592           +7,989  ........  ...............
  25 MACHINE GUN, CAL .50 M2 ROLL                          .......           19,000  .......           32,317  .......           32,317  .........          +13,317  ........  ...............
  26 M249 SAW MACHINE GUN (5.56MM)                           8,382           35,335   10,839           44,576   10,839           44,576     +2,457           +9,241  ........  ...............
  27 MK-19 GRENADE MACHINE GUN (40MM)                          970           21,000    1,683           36,448    1,683           36,448       +713          +15,448  ........  ...............
  28 MORTAR SYSTEMS                                            313            4,320      313            9,024      313            9,024  .........           +4,704  ........  ...............
  30 M107, CAL. 50, SNIPER RIFLE                           .......              417  .......              417  .......              417  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
  31 XM320 GRENADE LAUNCHER MODULE (GLM)                   .......           21,620  .......           27,125  .......           27,125  .........           +5,505  ........  ...............
  32 XM110 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SNIPER SYSTEM (SASS)                 694           10,000      732           10,460      732           10,460         38             +460  ........  ...............
  33 M4 CARBINE                                             69,678           97,550   74,678          105,824   74,678          105,824     +5,000           +8,274  ........  ...............
  34 SHOTGUN, MODULAR ACCESSORY SYSTEM (MASS)                5,328            7,000    6,054            7,906    6,054              906     -5,328  ...............    -6,054  ...............
  35 COMMON REMOTELY OPERATED WEAPONS STATION              .......  ...............      100           29,895      100           29,895  .........          +29,895  ........  ...............
  36 FUTURE HANDGUN SYSTEM (FHS)                           .......            3,500  .......            3,500  .......  ...............  .........           -3,500  ........           -3,500
  37 HOWITZER LT WT 155MM (T)                                  126          270,251      210          470,569      178          409,769        +52         +139,518       -32          -60,800     MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEH
  38 MK-19 GRENADE MACHINE GUN MODS                        .......            6,264  .......            6,264  .......            6,264  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
  39 M4 CARBINE MODS                                       .......           13,696  .......           17,714  .......           17,714  .........           +4,018  ........  ...............
  40 M2 50 CAL MACHINE GUN MODS                            .......           17,173  .......           17,173  .......           17,173  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
  41 M249 SAW MACHINE GUN MODS                             .......           12,361  .......           12,361  .......           12,361  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
  42 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN MODS                          .......           10,177  .......           11,700  .......           11,700  .........           +1,523  ........  ...............
  44 M119 MODIFICATIONS                                    .......            1,794  .......            1,794  .......            1,794  .........  ...............  ........  ...............
  45 M16 RIFLE MODS                                        .......            3,900  .......            4,088  .......            4,088  .........             +188  ........  ...............
  46 MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)             .......            2,791  .......            2,791  .......            2,791  .........  ...............  ........  ...............     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  47 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)                     .......  ...............  .......            4,762  .......            4,762  .........           +4,762  ........  ...............
  48 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV-WTCV)                   .......            6,466  .......            6,466  .......           29,966  .........          +23,500  ........          +23,500
  49 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                               .......            3,189  .......            8,189  .......           12,689  .........           +9,500  ........           +4,500
  50 SMALL ARMS (SOLDIER ENH PROG)                         .......            5,424  .......            5,424  .......            4,424  .........           -1,000  ........           -1,000
                                                          --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES        .......          990,955  .......        1,023,574  .......          986,274  .........           -4,681  ........          -37,300
                                                          --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV;, ARMY               .......        3,089,998  .......        4,077,189  .......        3,122,889  .........          +32,891  ........         -954,300
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                         2008 budget      Committee      Change fron
 Line               Item                  estimate     recommendation  budget request         Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    5 STRYKER VEHICLE                     1,038,984       1,028,984         -10,000  .........................
          Excess engineering change  ..............  ..............         -10,000  .........................
           funding
    9 FIST VEHICLE (MOD)             ..............          35,400         +35,400  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +35,400  .........................
   11 HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM              36,924          22,624         -14,300  .........................
       M109A6 (MOD)
          Align kit buy with         ..............  ..............         -14,300  .........................
           installation
   13 IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE              36,826         116,226         +79,400  .........................
       (M88 MOD)
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +79,400  .........................
   19 SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT PGM: SEP            52,928  ..............         -52,928  .........................
       M1A2
          SEP requirements already   ..............  ..............         -52,928  .........................
           funded
   22 HOWITZER, LIGHT, TOWED,                48,902         101,702         +52,800  .........................
       105MM, M119
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +52,800  .........................
   23 GROW THE FORCE INITIATIVE             331,729  ..............        -331,729  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............        -331,729  .........................
   24 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN                37,096          45,085          +7,989  .........................
       (7.62MM)
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +7,989  .........................
   25 MACHINE GUN, CAL .50 M2 ROLL           19,000          32,317         +13,317  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +13,317  .........................
   26 M249 SAW MACHINE GUN (5.56MM)          35,335          44,576          +9,241  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +9,241  .........................
   27 MK-19 GRENADE MACHINE GUN              21,000          36,448         +15,448  .........................
       (40MM)
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +15,448  .........................
   28 MORTAR SYSTEMS                          4,320           9,024          +4,704  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +4,704  .........................
   31 XM320 GRENADE LAUNCHER MODULE          21,620          27,125          +5,505  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +5,505  .........................
   32 XM110 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SNIPER            10,000          10,460            +460  .........................
       SYSTEM (SASS)
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............            +460  .........................
   33 M4 CARBINE                             97,550         105,824          +8,274  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +8,274  .........................
   34 SHOTGUN, MODULAR ACCESSORY              7,000           7,906            +906  .........................
       SYSTEM (MASS)
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............            +906  .........................
   35 COMMON REMOTELY OPERATED       ..............          29,895         +29,895  .........................
       WEAPONS STATION
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +29,895  .........................
   36 FUTURE HANDGUN SYSTEM                   3,500  ..............          -3,500  .........................
          Transfer to procure        ..............  ..............          -3,500  .........................
           additional M-9s
   37 HOWITZER LT WT 155MM (T)              270,251         409,769        +139,518  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............        +139,518  .........................
   39 M4 CARBINE MODS                        13,696          17,714          +4,018  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +4,018  .........................
   42 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN MODS           10,177          11,700          +1,523  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +1,523  .........................
   45 M16 RIFLE MODS                          3,900           4,088            +188  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............            +188  .........................
   47 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-   ..............           4,762          +4,762  .........................
       WTCV)
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +1,262  .........................
          Transfer to procure        ..............  ..............          +3,500  .........................
           additional M-9s
   48 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV-          6,466          29,966         +23,500  .........................
       WTCV)
          Rock Island Arsenal--      ..............  ..............         +11,500  Durbin, Grassley, Harkin
           Arsenal Support Program
          Watervliet--Arsenal        ..............  ..............         +12,000  Clinton, Schumer
           Support Program
   49 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                 3,189          12,689          +9,500  .........................
          Rock Island Arsenal        ..............  ..............         +11,500  Grassley, Harkin, Obama
           Industrial Preparedness
          Slow execution             ..............  ..............          -2,000  .........................
   50 SMALL ARMS EQUIPMENT (SOLDIER           5,424           4,424          -1,000  .........................
       ENH PROG)
          Slow execution             ..............  ..............          -1,000  .........................
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                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $1,719,879,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   2,190,576,000
House allowance.........................................   2,215,976,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,208,976,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,208,976,000. This is $18,400,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY     AMMUNITION     SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION
   1 CTG, 5.56MM, ALL TYPES                                   .......          189,179  .......          192,179  .......          189,179  .......  ...............  .......           -3,000
   2 CTG, 7.62MM, ALL TYPES                                   .......           68,045  .......           70,045  .......           68,045  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
   3 CTG, 9MM, ALL TYPES                                      .......            4,527  .......            4,527  .......            4,527  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   4 CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES                                  .......          179,466  .......          179,466  .......          179,466  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   6 CTG, 25MM, ALL TYPES                                     .......           29,243  .......           29,243  .......           29,243  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   7 CTG, 30MM, ALL TYPES                                     .......           21,759  .......           21,759  .......           21,759  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   8 CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES                                     .......          208,504  .......          208,504  .......          208,504  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MORTAR AMMUNITION
   9 60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                                   .......            6,495  .......            8,495  .......            6,495  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
  10 81MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                                   .......           53,798  .......           53,798  .......           53,798  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  11 CTG, MORTAR, 120MM, ALL TYPES                            .......          111,594  .......          111,594  .......          111,594  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     TANK AMMUNITION
  12 CTG TANK 105MM: ALL TYPES                                .......           14,338  .......           14,338  .......           14,338  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  13 120MM TANK TRAINING, ALL TYPES                           .......          180,400  .......          180,400  .......          180,400  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ARTILLERY AMMUNITION
  14 CTG ARTY 75MM, ALL TYPES                                 .......            2,699  .......            2,699  .......            2,699  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  15 CTG ARTY 105MM, ALL TYPES                                .......           41,965  .......           41,965  .......           41,965  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  16 CTG, ARTY, 155MM, ALL TYPES                              .......           88,049  .......           88,049  .......           88,049  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  17 PROJ, 155MM EXTENDED RANGE XM982                         .......           28,781  .......           28,781  .......           28,781  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  18 MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM (MACS)                   .......           60,076  .......           60,076  .......           60,076  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ARTILLERY FUZES
  19 ARTILLERY FUZES, ALL TYPES                               .......            4,251  .......            4,251  .......            4,251  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MINES
  20 MINE, TRAINING, ALL TYPES                                .......            4,791  .......            4,791  .......            4,791  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  21 MINE, CLEARING CHARGE, ALL TYPES                         .......            2,522  .......            2,522  .......            2,522  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  22 ANTIPERSONNEL LANDMINE ALTERNATIVES                      .......           51,876  .......           51,876  .......           51,876  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ROCKETS
  23 SHOULDER FIRED ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                        .......           29,453  .......           32,453  .......           29,453  .......  ...............  .......           -3,000
  24 ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES                              .......          137,861  .......          137,861  .......          137,861  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER AMMUNITION
  25 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                          .......           30,945  .......           30,945  .......           30,945  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  26 GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                      .......           72,392  .......           74,392  .......           77,392  .......           +5,000  .......           +3,000
  27 SIGNALS, ALL TYPES                                       .......          181,787  .......          181,787  .......          181,787  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  28 SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES                                    .......           21,608  .......           21,608  .......           21,608  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MISCELLANEOUS
  29 AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES                               .......           15,000  .......           15,000  .......           15,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  30 NON-LETHAL AMMUNITION, ALL TYPES                         .......           25,241  .......           25,241  .......           25,241  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  31 CAD/PAD ALL TYPES                                        .......            2,748  .......            2,748  .......            2,748  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  32 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                               .......            6,564  .......            6,564  .......            6,564  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  33 AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT                            .......           11,757  .......           14,757  .......           12,757  .......           +1,000  .......           -2,000
  34 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (AMMO)                  .......           12,100  .......           12,100  .......           12,100  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, AMMUNITION                                  .......        1,899,814  .......        1,914,814  .......        1,905,814  .......           +6,000  .......           -9,000     AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT
  36 PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                       .......          143,708  .......          154,108  .......          156,108  .......          +12,400  .......           +2,000
  37 LAYAWAY OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                         .......            3,436  .......            3,436  .......            3,436  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  38 MAINTENANCE OF INACTIVE FACILITIES                       .......            5,418  .......            5,418  .......            5,418  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  39 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS DEMILITARIZATION, ALL             .......          135,256  .......          135,256  .......          135,256  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  40 ARMS INITIATIVE                                          .......            2,944  .......            2,944  .......            2,944  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT          .......          290,762  .......          301,162  .......          303,162  .......          +12,400  .......           +2,000
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           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY             .......        2,190,576  .......        2,215,976  .......        2,208,976  .......          +18,400  .......           -7,000
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                        Change from
Line               Item                 2008 budget      Committee        budget             Requested by
                                         estimate     recommendation     estimate
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  26GRENADES, ALL TYPES                     72,392          77,392          +5,000  ..........................
        M18 Smoke Grenades          ..............  ..............          +5,000  Lincoln, Pryor
   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OTHER AMMUNITION           72,392          77,392          +5,000  33AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT           11,757          12,757          +1,000  ..........................
        Ammunition Peculiar         ..............  ..............          +1,000  Inhofe
         Equipment Outloading
         Module
  36PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL                143,708         156,108         +12,400  ..........................
     FACILITIES
        Holston Army Ammunition     ..............  ..............          +2,400  Alexander
         Plant--Thermobaric
         Extruder Facility
        Radford Army Ammunition     ..............  ..............         +10,000  Warner, Webb
         Plant--Solvent Recovery
         System and Environmental
         Mitigation
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                        Other Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $7,004,914,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  12,647,099,000
House allowance.........................................  11,217,945,000
Committee recommendation................................  11,697,265,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$11,697,265,000. This is $949,834,000 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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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                     OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY     TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES     TACTICAL VEHICLES
   1 TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS                             .......           57,053  .......           66,684  .......           66,684  .......           +9,631  .......  ...............
   2 SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED                                    .......            6,100  .......            7,271  .......            9,971  .......           +3,871  .......           +2,700
   3 SEMITRAILERS, TANKERS                                    .......            2,185  .......            2,185  .......            2,185  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   4 HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH (HMMWV)                       .......          596,627  .......          987,409  .......          909,109  .......         +312,482  .......          -78,300
   5 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH (FMTV)                     .......          828,403  .......        1,852,752  .......        1,852,752  .......       +1,024,349  .......  ...............
   6 FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT           .......           36,011  .......           36,011  .......           36,011  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   7 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV)                 .......          483,023  .......          563,664  .......          563,664  .......          +80,641  .......  ...............
   8 ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES (ASV)                          .......          155,124  .......          283,912  .......          284,912  .......         +129,788  .......           +1,000
   9 MINE PROTECTION VEHICLE FAMILY                           .......          199,100  .......          199,100  .......          199,100  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  10 TRUCK, TRACTOR, LINE HAUL, M915/M916                     .......           83,897  .......           83,897  .......           83,897  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  11 HVY EXPANDED MOBILE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT SERV              .......          197,499  .......          107,499  .......          197,499  .......  ...............  .......          +90,000
  12 GROW THE ARMY                                            .......        1,925,867  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......       -1,925,867  .......  ...............
  13 HMMWV RECAPITALIZATION PROGRAM                           .......  ...............  .......            5,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           -5,000
  14 MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP                             .......           32,725  .......           32,725  .......           32,725  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  16 TOWING DEVICE--FIFTH WHEEL                               .......              898  .......            1,932  .......              932  .......              +34  .......           -1,000     NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES
  17 HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN                                      .......              600  .......              600  .......              600  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  18 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                              .......              310  .......              310  .......              310  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  19 NONTACTICAL VEHICLES, OTHER                              .......            3,437  .......            3,437  .......            3,437  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES               .......        4,608,859  .......        4,234,388  .......        4,243,788  .......         -365,071  .......           +9,400     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT     COMM--OINT COMMUNICATIONS
  20 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM                            .......            4,228  .......            4,228  .......            4,228  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  21 JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)                                .......            2,071  .......            2,071  .......            2,071  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     COMM--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  23 DEFENSE ENTERPRISE WIDEBAND SATCOM SYSTEMS               .......           87,772  .......          125,372  .......          125,372  .......          +37,600  .......  ...............
  24 SHF TERM                                                 .......            8,790  .......           13,964  .......           13,964  .......           +5,174  .......  ...............
  25 SAT TERM, EMUT (SPACE)                                   .......              812  .......              812  .......              812  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  26 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE)                .......           86,877  .......          104,290  .......          102,290  .......          +15,413  .......           -2,000
  27 SMART-T (SPACE)                                          .......           50,412  .......           50,412  .......           50,412  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  28 SCAMP (SPACE)                                            .......            1,300  .......            1,300  .......            1,300  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  29 GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS                                   .......           33,447  .......           35,697  .......           35,697  .......           +2,250  .......  ...............
  30 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SAT)                            .......            6,042  .......            6,042  .......            6,042  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     COMM--C3 SYSTEM
  31 ARMY GLOBAL CMD & CONTROL SYS (AGCCS)                    .......           25,512  .......           25,912  .......           25,912  .......             +400  .......  ...............     COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS
  32 ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA RADIO)               .......            7,893  .......            9,491  .......            9,491  .......           +1,598  .......  ...............
  33 RADIO TERMINAL SET, MIDS LVT (2)                         .......            3,021  .......           32,016  .......           32,016  .......          +28,995  .......  ...............
  34 SINCGARS FAMILY                                          .......          137,080  .......          150,143  .......          148,643  .......          +11,563  .......           -1,500
  35 AMC CRITICAL ITEMS--OPA2                                 .......            8,000  .......            8,000  .......            8,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  36 MULTI-PURPOSE INFORMATION OPERATIONS SYSTEMS             .......            8,653  .......            8,653  .......            8,653  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  37 GROW THE ARMY                                            .......        1,248,884  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......       -1,248,884  .......  ...............
  38 BRIDGE TO FUTURE NETWORKS                                .......          433,526  .......          368,088  .......          365,088  .......          -68,438  .......           -3,000
  39 COMMS--ELEC EQUIP FIELDING                               .......            7,902  .......            7,902  .......           10,902  .......           +3,000  .......           +3,000
  40 SPIDER APLA REMOTE CONTROL UNIT                          .......           18,801  .......           19,688  .......  ...............  .......          -18,801  .......          -19,688
  41 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM COMM/ELECTRON-  ICS          .......           10,192  .......           10,192  .......           10,192  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  42 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR (CSEL)                    .......           12,072  .......           12,072  .......           12,072  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  43 RADIO, IMPROVED HF FAMILY                                .......           65,530  .......           60,974  .......           81,374  .......          +15,844  .......          +20,400
  44 MEDICAL COMM FOR CBT CASUALTY CARE (MC4)                 .......           19,525  .......           21,954  .......           21,954  .......           +2,429  .......  ...............     COMM--INTELLIGENCE COMM
  45 CI AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE                               .......            1,461  .......            1,461  .......            1,461  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     INFORMATION SECURITY
  46 TSEC--ARMY KEY MGT SYS (AKMS)                            .......           23,225  .......           27,793  .......           27,793  .......           +4,568  .......  ...............
  47 INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM--ISSP                .......           60,301  .......           61,832  .......           62,832  .......           +2,531  .......           +1,000     COMM--LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS
  48 TERRESTRIAL TRANSMISSION                                 .......            9,619  .......            9,619  .......            9,619  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  49 BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS                              .......           34,520  .......           34,520  .......           34,520  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  50 ELECTROMAG COMP PROG (EMCP)                              .......              511  .......              511  .......              511  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  51 WW TECH CON IMP PROG (WWTCIP)                            .......           27,880  .......           27,880  .......           27,880  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS
  52 INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                      .......          156,170  .......          237,531  .......          156,170  .......  ...............  .......          -81,361
  53 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS)                             .......            6,662  .......            6,662  .......            6,662  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  54 INSTALLATION INFO INFRASTRUCTURE MOD PROGRAM             .......          217,298  .......          217,298  .......          218,998  .......           +1,700  .......           +1,700
  55 PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT AND TELECOM                     .......           32,076  .......           32,076  .......           32,076  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ELECT EQUIP--NAT INT PROG (NIP)     ELECT EQUIP--NAT INTEL PROG (NIP)
  58 ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS (ASAS) (MIP)                     .......           36,132  .......           52,485  .......           52,485  .......          +16,353  .......  ...............
  59 JTT/CIBS-M (MIP)                                         .......            3,560  .......            7,566  .......            7,566  .......           +4,006  .......  ...............
  60 PROPHET GROUND (MIP)                                     .......          119,482  .......          119,482  .......          122,482  .......           +3,000  .......           +3,000
  61 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL SYS (TUAS)MIP                   .......          196,419  .......          232,079  .......          237,079  .......          +40,660  .......           +5,000
  62 SMALL UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEM (SUAS)                      .......           20,682  .......           33,480  .......           33,480  .......          +12,798  .......  ...............
  64 DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS (DTSS) (MIP)                 .......           34,604  .......           38,854  .......           38,854  .......           +4,250  .......  ...............
  67 DCGS-A (MIP)                                             .......          114,842  .......          147,630  .......          147,630  .......          +32,788  .......  ...............
  69 TROJAN (MIP)                                             .......           13,418  .......           13,418  .......           13,418  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  70 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (INTEL SPT) (MIP)                    .......            2,351  .......            2,351  .......            2,351  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  71 CI HUMINT INFO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CHIMS) (MIP)           .......           26,310  .......           26,586  .......           26,586  .......             +276  .......  ...............
  72 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MIP)                              .......           17,903  .......           23,422  .......           33,022  .......          +15,119  .......           +9,600     ELECT EQUIP--ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW)
  73 LIGHTWEIGHT COUNTER MORTAR RADAR                         .......           43,893  .......           49,197  .......           49,197  .......           +5,304  .......  ...............
  74 COUNTERINTELLIGENCE/SECURITY COUNTERMEASURES             .......           11,900  .......           11,900  .......           11,900  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  75 CI MODERNIZATION (MIP)                                   .......            1,278  .......            1,278  .......            1,278  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV. (TAC SURV)
  76 SENTINEL MODS                                            .......           20,885  .......           20,885  .......           20,885  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  77 NIGHT VISION DEVICES                                     .......          278,641  .......          317,743  .......          427,743  .......         +149,102  .......         +110,000
  78 LONG RANGE ADVANCED SCOUT SURVEILLANCE SYS-  TEM         .......          129,951  .......          159,489  .......          159,489  .......          +29,538  .......  ...............
  79 NIGHT VISION, THERMAL WPN SIGHT                          .......          230,607  .......          308,024  .......          333,024  .......         +102,417  .......          +25,000
  80 RADIATION MONITORING SYSTEMS                             .......            3,518  .......            3,518  .......            3,518  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  81 ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIP                                 .......  ...............  .......              300  .......              300  .......             +300  .......  ...............
  83 ENHANCED PORTABLE INDUCTIVE ARTILLERY FUZE               .......            7,572  .......            7,572  .......            7,572  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  84 PROFILER                                                 .......            8,000  .......           10,800  .......           13,300  .......           +5,300  .......           +2,500
  85 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (FIREFINDER RADARS)                  .......           41,480  .......           41,480  .......           44,380  .......           +2,900  .......           +2,900
  86 FORCE XXI BATTLE CMD BRIGADE & BELOW (FBCB2)             .......          175,975  .......          250,135  .......          250,135  .......          +74,160  .......  ...............
  87 LIGHTWEIGHT LASER DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINDER (LLD            .......           93,986  .......          137,386  .......          137,386  .......          +43,400  .......  ...............
  88 COMPUTER BALLISTICS: LHMBC XM32                          .......  ...............  .......            1,001  .......            1,001  .......           +1,001  .......  ...............
  89 MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM                               .......           14,000  .......           14,000  .......           14,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2 SYSTEMS
  92 TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS                              .......          393,883  .......          197,883  .......          393,883  .......  ...............  .......         +196,000
  93 FIRE SUPPORT C2 FAMILY                                   .......           40,626  .......           47,302  .......           47,302  .......           +6,676  .......  ...............
  94 BATTLE COMMAND SUSTAINMENT SUPPORT SYSTEM                .......           32,935  .......           33,763  .......           33,763  .......             +828  .......  ...............
  95 FAAD C2                                                  .......            9,000  .......            9,000  .......           13,200  .......           +4,200  .......           +4,200
  96 AIR & MSL DEFENSE PLANNING & CONTROL SYS (AMD            .......           19,611  .......           40,362  .......           40,362  .......          +20,751  .......  ...............
  97 KNIGHT FAMILY                                            .......           68,280  .......           94,280  .......           94,280  .......          +26,000  .......  ...............
  98 LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT (LCSS)                       .......            2,070  .......            2,070  .......            2,070  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  99 AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY                      .......           71,034  .......           71,034  .......           74,034  .......           +3,000  .......           +3,000
 100 TC AIMS II                                               .......           29,037  .......           29,399  .......           29,399  .......             +362  .......  ...............
 101 JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (JNMS)                   .......           10,745  .......           10,745  .......           10,745  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 102 TACTICAL INTERNET MANAGER                                .......            9,215  .......           10,268  .......           10,268  .......           +1,053  .......  ...............
 103 DATA PRODUCTS                                            .......           36,142  .......           36,142  .......           36,142  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 104 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS)                            .......          120,767  .......          122,489  .......          122,489  .......           +1,722  .......  ...............
 105 SINGLE ARMY LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE (SALE)                  .......           53,563  .......          151,105  .......          151,605  .......          +98,042  .......             +500
 106 MOUNTED BATTLE COMMAND ON THE MOVE (MBCOTM)              .......           42,000  .......           42,000  .......           42,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION
 107 GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SYSTEM                  .......           39,353  .......           10,134  .......           10,153  .......          -29,200  .......              +19
 108 ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION                              .......           11,389  .......           11,389  .......           11,389  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 109 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP                          .......          120,732  .......          120,732  .......          113,732  .......           -7,000  .......           -7,000
 110 CSS COMMUNICATIONS                                       .......           32,955  .......           35,635  .......           35,635  .......           +2,680  .......  ...............
 111 RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS (RCAS)                  .......           30,427  .......           30,427  .......           30,427  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ELECT EQUIP--AUDIO VISUAL SYS (A/V)
 112 AFRTS                                                    .......              964  .......              964  .......              964  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 113 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (A/V)                              .......            6,306  .......            6,306  .......            6,306  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 114 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (SURVEYING EQUIPMENT)                .......            3,358  .......            7,118  .......            7,118  .......           +3,760  .......  ...............
 115 WEAPONIZATION OF UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEM (UAS)            .......           15,207  .......           15,207  .......           15,207  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ELECT EQUIP--SUPPORT
 116 ITEMS UNDER $5M (SSE)                                    .......           14,430  .......           14,430  .......           14,430  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 117 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (C-E)                            .......              508  .......              508  .......              508  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT    .......        5,719,991  .......        4,919,209  .......        5,192,479  .......         -527,512  .......         +273,270     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT     CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPMENT
 118 RADIAC SET AN/PDR 77()                                   .......            1,500  .......            1,539  .......            1,539  .......              +39  .......  ...............
 119 RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEM NUCLEAR--BIOLOGICAL CH             .......              316  .......              316  .......              316  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 120 CBRN SOLDIER PROTECTION                                  .......           46,294  .......           59,826  .......           59,826  .......          +13,532  .......  ...............
 121 SMOKE & OBSCURANT FAMILY: SOF (NON AAO ITEM)             .......            7,700  .......            9,079  .......            9,079  .......           +1,379  .......  ...............     BRIDGING EQUIPMENT
 122 TACTICAL BRIDGING                                        .......           50,443  .......           50,443  .......           50,443  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 123 TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT-RIBBON                            .......           74,785  .......           74,785  .......           74,785  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION) EQUIPMENT
 124 HANDHELD STANDOFF MINEFIELD DETECTION SYS-HST            .......           45,218  .......           49,163  .......           49,163  .......           +3,945  .......  ...............
 125 GROW THE ARMY                                            .......          334,068  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......         -334,068  .......  ...............
 126 GRND STANDOFF MINE DETECTION SYSTEM (GSTAMIDS            .......           63,016  .......           63,016  .......           63,016  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 128 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQPMT (EOD EQPMT)            .......           33,283  .......           33,283  .......           36,283  .......           +3,000  .......           +3,000
 129 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M, COUNTERMINE EQUIPMENT               .......            3,562  .......            3,562  .......            3,562  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 130 AERIAL DETECTION                                         .......           11,708  .......           11,708  .......           11,708  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 131 HEATERS AND ECU'S                                        .......           18,463  .......           19,860  .......           19,860  .......           +1,397  .......  ...............
 132 LAUNDRIES, SHOWERS AND LATRINES                          .......  ...............  .......            7,050  .......            7,050  .......           +7,050  .......  ...............
 133 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT                                      .......           13,540  .......           19,803  .......           19,803  .......           +6,263  .......  ...............
 134 LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE (LME)                  .......  ...............  .......            2,000  .......            5,000  .......           +5,000  .......           +3,000
 138 FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT                                  .......           26,123  .......           56,145  .......           56,145  .......          +30,022  .......  ...............
 139 CARGO AERIAL DELIVERY PROGRAM                            .......           43,842  .......           43,842  .......           43,842  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 140 MOBILE INTEGRATED REMAINS COLLECTION SYSTEM              .......            9,941  .......            9,941  .......            9,941  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 141 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (ENG SPT EQ)                       .......           20,099  .......           24,084  .......           21,084  .......             +985  .......           -3,000     PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT
 143 QUALITY SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT                           .......            1,293  .......            1,293  .......            1,293  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 144 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, PETROLEUM & WATER                  .......           34,056  .......           34,406  .......           34,406  .......             +350  .......  ...............     WATER EQUIPMENT
 145 WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS                               .......           41,981  .......           42,417  .......           44,417  .......           +2,436  .......           +2,000     MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
 146 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL                                   .......           85,490  .......           76,611  .......           86,361  .......             +871  .......           +9,750     MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT
 147 MOBILE MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS                     .......           29,475  .......           40,173  .......           40,173  .......          +10,698  .......  ...............
 148 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MAINT EQ)                         .......           23,396  .......           23,396  .......           23,396  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
 149 GRADER, ROAD MTZD, HVY, 6X4 (CCE)                        .......           11,700  .......           15,010  .......           15,010  .......           +3,310  .......  ...............
 150 SKID LOADER (SSL) FAMILY OF SYSTEM                       .......           16,900  .......           16,900  .......           16,900  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 151 SCRAPERS, EARTHMOVING                                    .......           19,440  .......           26,019  .......           26,019  .......           +6,579  .......  ...............
 152 DISTR, WATER, SP MIN 2500G SEC/NON-SEC                   .......            6,440  .......            6,440  .......            6,440  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 153 MISSION MODULES--ENGINEERING                             .......            4,219  .......            4,219  .......            4,219  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 154 LOADERS                                                  .......           18,842  .......           19,886  .......           19,886  .......           +1,044  .......  ...............
 155 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR                                      .......            3,371  .......            3,931  .......            3,931  .......             +560  .......  ...............
 156 TRACTOR, FULL TRACKED                                    .......            6,000  .......            8,189  .......            8,189  .......           +2,189  .......  ...............
 158 HIGH MOBILITY ENGINEER EXCAVATOR (HMEE)                  .......           37,800  .......           40,087  .......           40,087  .......           +2,287  .......  ...............
 159 CONST EQUIP ESP                                          .......           42,984  .......           42,984  .......           42,984  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 160 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CONST EQUIP)                      .......           11,484  .......           11,822  .......           11,822  .......             +338  .......  ...............     RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPMENT
 162 JOINT HIGH SPEED VEHICLE (JHSV)                          .......          210,000  .......           76,000  .......          210,000  .......  ...............  .......         +134,000
 163 HARBORMASTER COMMAND & CONTROL CENTER  (HCCC)            .......           18,237  .......           18,237  .......           18,237  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 165 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (FLOAT/RAIL)                       .......            4,300  .......            4,300  .......            4,300  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     GENERATORS
 166 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIP                          .......           92,863  .......          111,475  .......          111,475  .......          +18,612  .......  ...............
 167 ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER HANDLER (RTCH)                   .......           20,587  .......           42,895  .......           42,895  .......          +22,308  .......  ...............     MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
 168 ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY SYSTEM                          .......           24,757  .......           39,742  .......           42,742  .......          +17,985  .......           +3,000     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
 169 COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS (CTC) SUPPORT                    .......           16,337  .......           19,837  .......           16,337  .......  ...............  .......           -3,500
 170 TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM                              .......          201,843  .......          262,943  .......          304,343  .......         +102,500  .......          +41,400
 171 CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER                            .......           67,123  .......           67,123  .......           76,123  .......           +9,000  .......           +9,000
 172 AVIATION COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (AVCA            .......           67,386  .......           67,386  .......           67,386  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     TEST MEASURE AND DIG EQUIPMENT (TMD)
 173 CALIBRATION SETS EQUIPMENT                               .......           10,644  .......           10,644  .......           10,644  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 174 INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT (IFTE)               .......           36,516  .......           36,516  .......           36,516  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 175 TEST EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION (TEMOD)                     .......           19,302  .......           22,802  .......           19,302  .......  ...............  .......           -3,500     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 176 RAPID EQUIPPING SOLDIER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                .......           48,704  .......           48,704  .......           48,704  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 178 PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS (OPA3)                         .......          103,018  .......          104,656  .......          106,156  .......           +3,138  .......           +1,500
 179 BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT                               .......           29,976  .......           29,976  .......           29,976  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 180 MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC EQUIPMENT (OPA-3)                 .......           58,223  .......           58,223  .......           58,223  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 181 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (OTH)                            .......            3,061  .......            3,061  .......            3,061  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 183 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TESTING                       .......           23,968  .......           23,968  .......           23,968  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 184 AMC CRITICAL ITEMS OPA3                                  .......            7,000  .......            7,000  .......            7,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 185 MA8975                                                   .......            2,499  .......            2,499  .......            2,499  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                     .......        2,265,116  .......        2,011,215  .......        2,207,865  .......          -57,251  .......         +196,650     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS
 186 INITIAL SPARES--C&E;                                      .......           44,497  .......           44,497  .......           44,497  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS                      .......           44,497  .......           44,497  .......           44,497  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                      .......            8,636  .......            8,636  .......            8,636  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY                     .......       12,647,099  .......       11,217,945  .......       11,697,265  .......         -949,834  .......         +479,320
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY               57,053           66,684           +9,631  ........................
       SETS
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +9,631  ........................
    2 SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED                  6,100            9,971           +3,871  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +171  ........................
          M872A4 34T Flatbed       ...............  ...............           +3,700  Reid
           Trailer
    4 HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH           596,627          909,109         +312,482  ........................
       (HMMWV)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............         +312,482  ........................
    5 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL            828,403        1,852,752       +1,024,349  ........................
       VEH (FMTV)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............       +1,024,349  ........................
    7 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL             483,023          563,664          +80,641  ........................
       VEHICLES (FHTV)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +80,641  ........................
    8 ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES            155,124          284,912         +129,788  ........................
       (ASV)
          Armored Security         ...............  ...............           +3,500  Landrieu, Vitter
           Vehicle, Turret
           Upgrades
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............         +126,288  ........................
   12 GROW THE FORCE                     1,925,867  ...............       -1,925,867  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............       -1,925,867  ........................
   16 TOWING DEVICE-FIFTH WHEEL                898              932              +34  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............              +34  ........................
   23 DEFENSE ENTERPRISE WIDEBAND           87,772          125,372          +37,600  ........................
       SATCOM SYSTEMS
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +37,600  ........................
   24 SHF TERM                               8,790           13,964           +5,174  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +5,174  ........................
   26 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING            86,877          102,290          +15,413  ........................
       SYSTEM (SPACE)
          Defense Advanced GPS     ...............  ...............           +5,000  Grassley, Harkin, Vitter
           Receiver
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +10,413  ........................
   29 GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS                33,447           35,697           +2,250  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +2,250  ........................
   31 ARMY GLOBAL CMD & CONTROL             25,512           25,912             +400  ........................
       SYS (AGCCS)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +400  ........................
   32 ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION                 7,893            9,491           +1,598  ........................
       SYSTEM (DATA RADIO)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +1,598  ........................
   33 RADIO TERMINAL SET, MIDS               3,021           32,016          +28,995  ........................
       LVT
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +28,995  ........................
   34 SINCGARS FAMILY                      137,080          148,643          +11,563  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +10,563  ........................
          Radio Personality        ...............  ...............           +1,000  Brownback
           Modules--test
           equipment
   37 GROW THE FORCE                     1,248,884  ...............       -1,248,884  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............       -1,248,884  ........................
   38 BRIDGE TO FUTURE NETWORKS            433,526          365,088          -68,438  ........................
          Excess to Requirement    ...............  ...............         -134,000  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +65,562  ........................
   39 COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS             7,902           10,902           +3,000  ........................
       EQUIPMENT FIELDING
          Satellite MultiModal     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Coleman, Klobuchar
           Collaborative Crisis &
           Training Network for
           the MN ARNG
   40 SPIDER APLA REMOTE CONTROL            18,801  ...............          -18,801  ........................
       UNIT
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +887  ........................
          Transfer to RDT&E;, Army  ...............  ...............          -19,688  ........................
           line 112
   43 RADIO, IMPROVED HIGH                  65,530           81,374          +15,844  ........................
       FREQUENCY FAMILY
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +15,844  ........................
   44 MEDICAL COMM FOR CBT                  19,525           21,954           +2,429  ........................
       CASUALTY CARE (MC4)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +2,429  ........................
   46 TSEC--ARMY KEY MGT SYS                23,225           27,793           +4,568  ........................
       (AKMS)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +4,568  ........................
   47 INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY           60,301           62,832           +2,531  ........................
       PROGRAM--ISSP
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............              +31  ........................
          Trunked Radio System     ...............  ...............           +2,500  Brownback
   54 INSTALLATION INFO                    217,298          218,998           +1,700  ........................
       INFRASTRUCTURE MOD PROGRAM
          Information Technology   ...............  ...............           +1,700  Levin
           Upgrades for Detroit
           Arsenal
   58 ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS               36,132           52,485          +16,353  ........................
       (ASAS) (MIP)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +16,353  ........................
   59 JTT/CIBS-M (MIP)                       3,560            7,566           +4,006  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +4,006  ........................
   60 PROPHET GROUND (MIP)                 119,482          122,482           +3,000  ........................
          Handheld Phraselator     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Reed
           System
   61 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL             196,419          237,079          +40,660  ........................
       SYSTEM (TUAS) (MIP)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +30,660  ........................
          MQ-5B Hunter Tactical    ...............  ...............          +10,000  Lott
           Unmanned Aircraft
           System
   62 SMALL UNMANNED AERIAL                 20,682           33,480          +12,798  ........................
       SYSTEM (SUAS)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +12,798  ........................
   64 DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS           34,604           38,854           +4,250  ........................
       (DTSS) (MIP)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +4,250  ........................
   67 DCGS-A (MIP)                         114,842          147,630          +32,788  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +32,788  ........................
   71 CI HUMINT INFO MANAGEMENT             26,310           26,586             +276  ........................
       SYSTEM (CHIMS) (MIP)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +276  ........................
   72 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MIP)           17,903           33,022          +15,119  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +5,519  ........................
          Wideband Imagery         ...............  ...............           +9,600  Cochran
           Dissemination Systems
           for National Guard
   73 LIGHTWEIGHT COUNTER MORTAR            43,893           49,197           +5,304  ........................
       RADAR
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +5,304  ........................
   77 NIGHT VISION DEVICES                 278,641          427,743         +149,102  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............         +147,102  ........................
          MX-2A Miniature Remote   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Casey, Specter
           Thermal Imager
   78 LONG RANGE ADVANCED SCOUT            129,951          159,489          +29,538  ........................
       SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +29,538  ........................
   79 NIGHT VISION, THERMAL WPN            230,607          333,024         +102,417  ........................
       SIGHT
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............         +102,417  ........................
   81 ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIP     ...............              300             +300  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +300  ........................
   84 PROFILER                               8,000           13,300           +5,300  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +2,800  ........................
          Profiler--Meteorologica  ...............  ...............           +2,500  Inhofe, Lincoln, Pryor
           l Measuring Set
   85 MODIFICATION OF IN-SERVICE            41,480           44,380           +2,900  ........................
       EQUIPMENT (FIREFINDER
       RADARS)
          AN/TPQ-37 Firefinder     ...............  ...............           +2,900  Cochran, Lott
           Radar Reliability,
           Maintainability
           Improvements
   86 FORCE XXI BATTLE COMMAND             175,975          250,135          +74,160  ........................
       BRIGADE & BELOW
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +74,160  ........................
   87 LIGHTWEIGHT LASER                     93,986          137,386          +43,400  ........................
       DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINDER
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +43,400  ........................
   88 COMPUTER BALLISTICS: LHMBC   ...............            1,001           +1,001  ........................
       XM32
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +1,001  ........................
   93 FIRE SUPPORT C2 FAMILY                40,626           47,302           +6,676  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +6,676  ........................
   94 BATTLE COMMAND SUSTAINMENT            32,935           33,763             +828  ........................
       SUPPORT SYSTEM
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +828  ........................
   95 FAAD C2                                9,000           13,200           +4,200  ........................
          Windows Based AFATDS     ...............  ...............           +4,200  Alexander, Corker
           for the TN National
           Guard
   96 AIR & MSL DEFENSE PLANNING            19,611           40,362          +20,751  ........................
       & CONTROL SYS
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +20,751  ........................
   97 KNIGHT FAMILY                         68,280           94,280          +26,000  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +26,000  ........................
   99 AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION              71,034           74,034           +3,000  ........................
       TECHNOLOGY
          Automated ID Technology  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Shelby
           Life Cycle Asset
           Management for the
           160th Special
           Operations Aviation
           Regiment
  100 TC AIMS II                            29,037           29,399             +362  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +362  ........................
  102 TACTICAL INTERNET MANAGER              9,215           10,268           +1,053  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +1,053  ........................
  104 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM              120,767          122,489           +1,722  ........................
       (MCS)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +1,722  ........................
  105 SINGLE ARMY LOGISTICS                 53,563          151,605          +98,042  ........................
       ENTERPRISE (SALE)
          Arsenal/Depot AIT at     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Lincoln, Pryor,
           ANAD and RRAD                                                               Sessions, Shelby
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +96,042  ........................
  107 GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE               39,353           10,153          -29,200  ........................
       BUSINESS SYSTEM
          Transfer to RDT&E;,       ...............  ...............          -29,200  ........................
           Army, line 118
  109 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING            120,732          113,732           -7,000  ........................
       EQUIPMENT
          Slow execution           ...............  ...............           -7,000  ........................
  110 CSS COMMUNICATIONS                    32,955           35,635           +2,680  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +2,680  ........................
  114 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                    3,358            7,118           +3,760  ........................
       (SURVEYING EQUIPMENT)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +3,760  ........................
  118 RADIAC SET AN/PDR 77                   1,500            1,539              +39  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............              +39  ........................
  120 CBRN SOLDIER PROTECTION               46,294           59,826          +13,532  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +13,532  ........................
  121 SMOKE & OBSCURANT FAMILY:              7,700            9,079           +1,379  ........................
       SOF
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +1,379  ........................
  124 HANDHELD STANDOFF MINEFIELD           45,218           49,163           +3,945  ........................
       DETECTION SYS-HST
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +3,945  ........................
  125 GROW THE FORCE                       334,068  ...............         -334,068  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............         -334,068  ........................
  128 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL           33,283           36,283           +3,000  ........................
       EQPMT (EOD EQUIP)
          Fido Explosive Detector  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Inhofe
  131 HEATERS AND ECU'S                     18,463           19,860           +1,397  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +1,397  ........................
  132 LAUNDRIES, SHOWERS AND       ...............            7,050           +7,050  ........................
       LATRINES
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +7,050  ........................
  133 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT                   13,540           19,803           +6,263  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +6,263  ........................
  134 LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE      ...............            5,000           +5,000  ........................
       ENCLOSURE (LME)
          Lightweight Maintenance  ...............  ...............           +5,000  Alexander
           Enclosure
  138 FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT               26,123           56,145          +30,022  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +30,022  ........................
  141 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M                 20,099           21,084             +985  ........................
       (ENGINEER SPT EQUIP)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +985  ........................
  144 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS,                 34,056           34,406             +350  ........................
       PETROLEUM & WATER
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +350  ........................
  145 WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS            41,981           44,417           +2,436  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +436  ........................
          Lightweight Water        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Landrieu, Vitter
           Purifier
  146 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL                85,490           86,361             +871  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +871  ........................
  147 MOBILE MAINTENANCE                    29,475           40,173          +10,698  ........................
       EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +10,698  ........................
  149 GRADER, ROAD MTZD, HVY, 6X4           11,700           15,010           +3,310  ........................
       (CCE)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +3,310  ........................
  151 SCRAPERS, EARTHMOVING                 19,440           26,019           +6,579  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +6,579  ........................
  154 LOADERS                               18,842           19,886           +1,044  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +1,044  ........................
  155 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR                    3,371            3,931             +560  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +560  ........................
  156 TRACTOR, FULL TRACKED                  6,000            8,189           +2,189  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +2,189  ........................
  158 HIGH MOBILITY ENGINEER                37,800           40,087           +2,287  ........................
       EXCAVATOR (HMEE)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +2,287  ........................
  160 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M                 11,484           11,822             +338  ........................
       (CONST EQUIP)
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............             +338  ........................
  166 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED             92,863          111,475          +18,612  ........................
       EQUIP
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +18,612  ........................
  167 ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER               20,587           42,895          +22,308  ........................
       HANDLER
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +22,308  ........................
  168 ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY              24,757           42,742          +17,985  ........................
       SYSTEM
          All Terrain Lifter Army  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Specter
           System II
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............          +14,985  ........................
  170 TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM          201,843          304,343         +102,500  ........................
          1/25th SIB Range         ...............  ...............          +12,500  Stevens
           Improvement
          Call for Fire Trainer    ...............  ...............           +4,000  Inhofe
           Iteration II/Joint
           Fires and Effects
           Trainer
          Combat Arms Training     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Chambliss, Isakson
           for the ARNG
          Combined Arms Virtual    ...............  ...............           +6,000  Durbin
           Trainers
          Combined Arms Virtual    ...............  ...............           +6,000  Alexander
           Trainers for TN
           National Guard
          FlexTrain eXportable     ...............  ...............           +2,500  Lott
           Combat Training
           Capability
          FlexTrain eXportable     ...............  ...............           +2,500  Coleman
           Combat Training, Camp
           Ripley MN
          IHITS for Blue Force     ...............  ...............           +5,000  Baucus
           Tracking and Training
          Immersive Group          ...............  ...............           +1,000  Akaka
           Simulation Training
           Demonstration
          Laser Collective Combat  ...............  ...............           +5,000  Reed
           Training System for
           the ARNG
          Tabletop Trainers        ...............  ...............           +5,000  Crapo, Durbin
          Tabletop Trainers for    ...............  ...............           +5,000  Alexander
           the TN National Guard
          Training Range           ...............  ...............          +40,000  Committee Initiative
           Enhancements
          Virtual Door Gunner      ...............  ...............           +6,000  Alexander
           Trainer for the TN
           National Guard
  171 CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL                 67,123           76,123           +9,000  ........................
       TRAINER
          Up-Armored HMMWV and     ...............  ...............           +9,000  Alexander, Corker
           Tactical Truck Crew
           Trainers for TN
           National Guard
  178 PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS            103,018          106,156           +3,138  ........................
          Grow the Force Transfer  ...............  ...............           +1,638  ........................
          Battlefield Anti-        ...............  ...............           +1,500  Lautenberg, Menendez
           Intrusion System
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    Spider Networked Munitions System.--The Army has requested 
funding to procure 125 units of this munitions system, which 
provides a means to defend a wide area against attack with 
minimal use of personnel. Spider is designed to replace 
indiscriminate, victim-triggered anti-personnel landmine 
systems. The Committee supports a man-in-the-loop system in 
which the individual munitions are only activated upon direct 
command of an operator. The Committee continues to express 
strong concerns with the so-called ``command activation'' 
feature, which, if utilized would keep the system operational 
without a ``man-in-the-loop.'' The Committee has given the Army 
ample opportunity to explore different approaches to this 
feature, including the idea of using the latest communications 
technology to increase the distance at which an operator could 
activate and control the system. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends the transfer of $19,688,000 from Other Procurement, 
Army to Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army for 
the development of a follow-on, stand-off capability.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $10,393,316,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  12,747,767,000
House allowance.........................................  12,470,280,000
Committee recommendation................................  12,599,744,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$12,599,744,000. This is $148,023,000 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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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY     COMBAT AIRCRAFT
   1 AV-8B (V/STOL)HARRIER (MYP)                              .......            3,016  .......            3,016  .......            3,016  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   2 EA-18G                                                        18        1,267,710       18        1,266,010       18        1,267,710  .......  ...............  .......           +1,700
   3 EA-18G (AP-CY)                                           .......           51,117  .......           51,117  .......           51,117  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   4 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP)                              24        2,057,149       24        2,042,249       24        2,057,149  .......  ...............  .......          +14,900
   5 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP) (AP-CY)                 .......           46,817  .......           46,817  .......           46,817  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   6 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER                                           6        1,112,564        6        1,112,564        6        1,112,564  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   7 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)            .......          119,598  .......          119,598  .......          119,598  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   8 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)                                            21        1,758,661       21        1,758,661       21        1,758,661  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   9 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT) (AP-CY)                               .......          200,690  .......          200,690  .......          200,690  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  10 UH-1Y/AH-1Z                                                   20          518,475       15          414,475       12          440,875       -8          -77,600       -3          +26,400
  11 MH-60S (MYP)                                                  18          423,540       18          423,540       18          423,540  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  12 MH-60S (MYP) (AP-CY)                                     .......           80,037  .......           80,037  .......           80,037  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  13 MH-60R                                                        27          844,721       27          844,721       27          844,721  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  14 MH-60R (AP-CY)                                           .......          152,841  .......          152,841  .......          152,841  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  16 E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP) (AP-CY)               .......           57,275  .......           52,575  .......           38,475  .......          -18,800  .......          -14,100
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                             .......        8,694,211  .......        8,568,911  .......        8,597,811  .......          -96,400  .......          +28,900     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                            .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  18 T-45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK                                 .......           32,523  .......           32,523  .......           32,523  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  19 JPATS                                                         44          295,272       44          295,272       44          295,272  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRAINER AIRCRAFT                            .......          327,795  .......          327,795  .......          327,795  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  20 KC-130J                                                        4          222,543        4          219,643        4          222,543  .......  ...............  .......           +2,900
  21 KC-130J (AP-CY)                                          .......           33,900  .......           33,900  .......           33,900  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  23 VTUAV                                                          3           37,687  .......  ...............        3           37,687  .......  ...............       +3          +37,687
  24 OTHER SUPPORT AIRCRAFT                                   .......  ...............  .......            8,300  .......            3,100  .......           +3,100  .......           -5,200
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                              .......          294,130  .......          261,843  .......          297,230  .......           +3,100  .......          +35,387     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
  25 EA-6 SERIES                                              .......           30,602  .......           30,602  .......           30,602  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  26 AV-8 SERIES                                              .......           37,549  .......           36,249  .......           37,549  .......  ...............  .......           +1,300
  27 ADVERSARY                                                .......            3,523  .......            3,523  .......  ...............  .......           -3,523  .......           -3,523
  28 F-18 SERIES                                              .......          441,883  .......          432,783  .......          441,883  .......  ...............  .......           +9,100
  29 H-46 SERIES                                              .......           22,125  .......           22,125  .......           24,125  .......           +2,000  .......           +2,000
  30 AH-1W SERIES                                             .......            7,404  .......            7,404  .......            1,404  .......           -6,000  .......           -6,000
  31 H-53 SERIES                                              .......           48,145  .......           42,845  .......           53,945  .......           +5,800  .......          +11,100
  32 SH-60 SERIES                                             .......           58,609  .......           58,609  .......           58,609  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  33 H-1 SERIES                                               .......            6,489  .......            6,489  .......            6,489  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  34 EP-3 SERIES                                              .......           46,862  .......           46,862  .......           46,862  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  35 P-3 SERIES                                               .......          262,563  .......          244,063  .......          270,563  .......           +8,000  .......          +26,500
  36 S-3 SERIES                                               .......              470  .......              470  .......              470  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  37 E-2 SERIES                                               .......           11,047  .......            6,947  .......           11,047  .......  ...............  .......           +4,100
  38 TRAINER A/C SERIES                                       .......           20,227  .......           20,227  .......           20,227  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  39 C-2A                                                     .......           32,420  .......           32,420  .......           32,420  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  40 C-130 SERIES                                             .......            1,208  .......            2,208  .......            1,208  .......  ...............  .......           -1,000
  41 FEWSG                                                    .......              651  .......              651  .......              651  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  42 CARGO/TRANSPORT A/C SERIES                               .......           20,903  .......           20,903  .......           20,903  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  43 E-6 SERIES                                               .......          126,185  .......          126,185  .......           85,185  .......          -41,000  .......          -41,000
  44 EXECUTIVE HELICOPTERS SERIES                             .......           55,823  .......           47,223  .......           55,823  .......  ...............  .......           +8,600
  45 SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT                                 .......           13,707  .......           18,707  .......           13,707  .......  ...............  .......           -5,000
  46 T-45 SERIES                                              .......           57,157  .......           57,157  .......           57,157  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  47 POWER PLANT CHANGES                                      .......           22,454  .......           22,454  .......           22,454  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  48 JPATS SERIES                                             .......            9,872  .......            9,872  .......            9,872  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  49 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT MODS                               .......            8,389  .......            8,389  .......            8,389  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  50 COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT                                     .......           65,774  .......           70,774  .......           65,774  .......  ...............  .......           -5,000
  51 COMMON AVIONICS CHANGES                                  .......          148,785  .......          148,785  .......          148,785  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  52 COMMON DEFENSIVE WEAPON SYSTEM                           .......            6,454  .......            6,454  .......            6,454  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  53 ID SYSTEMS                                               .......           10,283  .......           10,283  .......           10,283  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  54 V-22 (TILT/ROTOR ACFT) OSPREY                            .......           68,377  .......           68,377  .......           68,377  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT                    .......        1,645,940  .......        1,610,040  .......        1,611,217  .......          -34,723  .......           +1,177     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  55 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                  .......        1,158,051  .......        1,073,051  .......        1,134,051  .......          -24,000  .......          +61,000     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  56 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                                  .......          470,795  .......          470,795  .......          474,795  .......           +4,000  .......           +4,000
  57 AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                           .......           10,812  .......           10,812  .......           10,812  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  58 WAR CONSUMABLES                                          .......           65,369  .......           66,369  .......           65,369  .......  ...............  .......           -1,000
  59 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                                 .......           20,630  .......           20,630  .......           20,630  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  60 SPECIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                .......           58,315  .......           58,315  .......           58,315  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  61 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                         .......            1,719  .......            1,719  .......            1,719  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES     .......          627,640  .......          628,640  .......          631,640  .......           +4,000  .......           +3,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY                  .......       12,747,767  .......       12,470,280  .......       12,599,744  .......         -148,023  .......         +129,464
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                         Fiscal Year
 Line          Line Item Title           2008 budget      Committee      Change from          Requested by
Number                                    estimate     recommendation      request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    10UH-1Y/AH-1Z                           518,475         440,875         -77,600  .........................
          Production and delivery    ..............  ..............         -77,600  .........................
           delays
    16E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE           57,275          38,475         -18,800  .........................
       (MYP) (AP-CY)
          Reduction of one LRIP      ..............  ..............         -18,800  .........................
           aircraft
    24OTHER SUPPORT AIRCRAFT         ..............           3,100          +3,100  .........................
          USMC UC-12 Replacement     ..............  ..............          +3,100  Brownback, Lott
           Aircraft
    27ADVERSARY                               3,523  ..............          -3,523  .........................
          Replanning program for     ..............  ..............          -3,523  .........................
           future years
    29H-46 SERIES                            22,125          24,125          +2,000  .........................
          CH-46 Communications       ..............  ..............          +2,000  Warner, Webb
           Enhancements
    30AH-1W SERIES                            7,404           1,404          -6,000  .........................
          AH-1 20MM Linkless Feed--  ..............  ..............          -6,000  .........................
           Contract Award Delay
    31H-53 SERIES                            48,145          53,945          +5,800  .........................
          Integrated Mechanical      ..............  ..............          +5,800  Leahy, Johnson, Sanders,
           Diagnostics Health and                                                     Thune
           Usage Management System
           (IMDS) for CH-53
    35P-3 SERIES                            262,563         270,563          +8,000  .........................
          P-3 Command, Control,      ..............  ..............          +5,000  Graham, Klobuchar
           Communications and
           Computers (C4) for Anti-
           Submarine Warfare (ASW)
          P-3 Electronic Support     ..............  ..............          +3,000  Feinstein
           Measures Upgrades
    43E-6 SERIES                            126,185          85,185         -41,000  .........................
          Internet Protocol/         ..............  ..............         -41,000  .........................
           Bandwidth Expansion
           program execution and
           contract award delay
    55SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS             1,158,051       1,134,051         -24,000  .........................
          Reduction for UH-1Y/AH-1Z  ..............  ..............         -24,000  .........................
           (-8 aircraft)
    56COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT               470,795         474,795          +4,000  .........................
          Direct Squadron Support    ..............  ..............          +4,000  Byrd
           Readiness Training
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    H-1 Upgrades.--The Committee supports the Marine Corps' 
efforts to remanufacture or replace its heavily-utilized AH-1W 
attack helicopters and the UH-1N utility helicopters with the 
AH-1Z and UH-1Y aircraft respectively. Unfortunately, the 
production of these aircraft has been challenging. Since the 
program's inception, it has been restructured four times. The 
current restructure incorporates a second phase of operational 
evaluation, and a fourth low-rate initial production lot, while 
it delays a Milestone C decision to fiscal year 2008. To date, 
only 6 of the 34 aircraft that are currently on contract have 
delivered. Thus, there is a large back order of helicopters in 
production. Therefore, the Committee recommends a reduction of 
eight aircraft and $77,600,000 in fiscal year 2008. This 
proposal provides a total of 12 aircraft, which will sustain 
the H-1 production line in fiscal year 2008. The Committee 
encourages the Navy to use advance procurement funding for all 
H-1 aircraft beyond Lot 4.
    E-2D.--The budget request includes $57,275,000 for the 
advance procurement of the first three low-rate initial 
production E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft. The Committee is 
concerned that the radar--the most integral component of the 
aircraft--will not be operationally evaluated until the first 
quarter of fiscal year 2012. The Navy, however, plans to begin 
procuring aircraft in fiscal year 2009 without significant 
knowledge of the radar's performance. In addition, based on 
modeling analysis data, it appears when the radar is locked 
onto a specific threat, the E-2D cannot continue to monitor the 
rest of the airspace. As such, the Navy is considering whether 
it will need to double the number of E-2 aircraft to perform 
the same mission. The Committee recommends reducing the advance 
procurement by $18,800,000, a reduction of one aircraft pending 
the resolution of these issues.
    Internet Protocol/Bandwidth Expansion [IPBE] for E-6 
Aircraft.--The fiscal year 2008 budget requests $85,185,000 for 
IPBE for the E-6 aircraft. While the Committee is supportive of 
the command and control upgrades and the capabilities they will 
provide, it remains concerned with contract award delays, the 
aggressive phasing of the program, and the program's ability to 
execute at the current pace. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $41,000,000 for the IPBE program. 
This reduces the production kit buys and installations in 
fiscal year 2008 to a more reasonable rate.

                       Weapons Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $2,573,820,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   3,084,387,000
House allowance.........................................   2,928,126,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,094,687,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,094,687,000. This is $10,300,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                    WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY     BALLISTIC MISSILES     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
   1 TRIDENT II MODS                                               12        1,087,801       12        1,051,801       12        1,051,801  .......          -36,000  .......  ...............     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
   2 MISSILE INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                            .......            3,486  .......            3,486  .......            3,486  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BALLISTIC MISSILES                          .......        1,091,287  .......        1,055,287  .......        1,055,287  .......          -36,000  .......  ...............     OTHER MISSILES     STRATEGIC MISSILES
   3 TOMAHAWK                                                     394          383,075      394          383,075      394          383,075  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     TACTICAL MISSILES
   4 AMRAAM                                                        79           87,460       79           87,460       79           87,460  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   5 SIDEWINDER                                                   184           54,891      184           54,891      184           47,891  .......           -7,000  .......           -7,000
   6 JSOW                                                         421          131,324      421          131,324      421          131,324  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   8 STANDARD MISSILE                                              75          159,667       75          159,667       75          159,667  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   9 RAM                                                           90           79,540       90           76,040       90           79,540  .......  ...............  .......           +3,500
  10 HELLFIRE                                                     439           45,736      439           45,736      439           45,736  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  11 AERIAL TARGETS                                           .......           66,311  .......           67,311  .......           66,311  .......  ...............  .......           -1,000
  13 OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT                                    .......            9,279  .......            9,279  .......            9,279  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
  14 ESSM                                                          85           83,275       85           83,275       85           83,275  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  15 HARM MODS                                                .......           41,302  .......  ...............  .......           41,302  .......  ...............  .......          +41,302     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  17 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                            .......            3,675  .......            3,675  .......           63,675  .......          +60,000  .......          +60,000
  18 FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW-ON                           .......          215,834  .......          215,834  .......          215,834  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  19 ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                               .......           41,697  .......           41,697  .......           41,697  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                              .......        1,403,066  .......        1,359,264  .......        1,456,066  .......          +53,000  .......          +96,802     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP
  20 SSTD                                                     .......               13  .......               13  .......               13  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  21 ASW TARGETS                                              .......           10,158  .......           12,158  .......           10,158  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000     MOD OF TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP
  22 MK-46 TORPEDO MODS                                           133           83,902      133           85,902      133           83,902  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
  23 MK-48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS                                 .......           63,754  .......           75,754  .......           63,754  .......  ...............  .......          -12,000
  24 QUICKSTRIKE MINE                                         .......            3,236  .......            3,236  .......            3,236  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  25 TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                .......           35,919  .......           35,919  .......           35,919  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  26 ASW RANGE SUPPORT                                        .......            9,496  .......            9,496  .......            9,496  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION
  27 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                         .......            3,395  .......            3,395  .......            3,395  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT             .......          209,873  .......          225,873  .......          209,873  .......  ...............  .......          -16,000     OTHER WEAPONS     GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS
  28 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS                                   .......           14,233  .......           14,233  .......           14,233  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS
  29 CIWS MODS                                                .......          182,314  .......          182,314  .......          182,314  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  30 COAST GUARD WEAPONS                                      .......           20,516  .......           20,516  .......            5,816  .......          -14,700  .......          -14,700
  31 GUN MOUNT MODS                                           .......            8,365  .......            8,365  .......           16,365  .......           +8,000  .......           +8,000     OTHER
  33 CRUISER MODERNIZATION WEAPONS                            .......           23,561  .......           23,561  .......           23,561  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  34 AIRBORNE MINE NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEMS                     .......            6,566  .......            6,566  .......            6,566  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  35 MARINE CORPS TACTIAL UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEM              .......           90,259  .......  ...............  .......           90,259  .......  ...............  .......          +90,259
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           TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS                               .......          345,814  .......          255,555  .......          339,114  .......           -6,700  .......          +83,559  37 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                  .......           34,347  .......           32,147  .......           34,347  .......  ...............  .......           +2,200
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY                   .......        3,084,387  .......        2,928,126  .......        3,094,687  .......          +10,300  .......         +166,561
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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                 2008 budget      Committee        budget             Requested by
                                          estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 TRIDENT II MODS                     1,087,801       1,051,801         -36,000  .........................
          Conventional Trident       ..............  ..............         -36,000  .........................
           Modification
    5 SIDEWINDER                             54,891          47,891          -7,000  .........................
          Unit cost efficiencies     ..............  ..............          -7,000  .........................
   17 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES           3,675          63,675         +60,000  .........................
          ABL Facility Restoration   ..............  ..............         +60,000  Byrd
           Program
   30 COAST GUARD WEAPONS                    20,516           5,816         -14,700  .........................
          Funding ahead of need      ..............  ..............         -14,700  .........................
   31 GUN MOUNT MODS                          8,365          16,365          +8,000  .........................
          Destroyer Modernization    ..............  ..............          +8,000  McConnell
           Weapons
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            Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $767,314,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     760,484,000
House allowance.........................................   1,067,484,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,058,832,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,058,832,000. This is $298,348,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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             PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE CORPS     PROC AMMO, NAVY     NAVY AMMUNITION
   1 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                                    .......          113,493  .......          113,493  .......          113,493  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   2 JDAM                                                       1,145           33,633    1,145           33,633    1,145           33,633  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   3 AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                              .......           30,323  .......           30,323  .......           30,323  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   4 MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION                                   .......           12,651  .......           12,651  .......           12,651  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   5 PRACTICE BOMBS                                           .......           36,339  .......           36,339  .......           36,339  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   6 CARTRIDGES & CART ACTUATED DEVICES                       .......           44,255  .......           44,255  .......           44,255  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   8 AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES                           .......           78,546  .......           78,546  .......           78,546  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   9 JATOS                                                    .......            4,774  .......            4,774  .......            3,122  .......           -1,652  .......           -1,652
  10 5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION                                 .......           26,619  .......           29,619  .......           26,619  .......  ...............  .......           -3,000
  11 INTERMEDIATE CALIBER GUN AMMUNITION                      .......           11,211  .......           11,211  .......           11,211  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  12 OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION                                .......           21,696  .......           21,696  .......           21,696  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  13 SMALL ARMS & LANDING PARTY AMMO                          .......           45,375  .......           45,375  .......           45,375  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  14 PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION                               .......           11,041  .......           11,041  .......           11,041  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  15 AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5 MILLION                          .......            3,229  .......            3,229  .......            3,229  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, PROC AMMO, NAVY                             .......          473,185  .......          476,185  .......          471,533  .......           -1,652  .......           -4,652     PROC AMMO, MC     MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION
  16 SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION                                    .......           37,116  .......          150,610  .......          150,610  .......         +113,494  .......  ...............
  17 MC GROUND FORCES AUGMENTATION                            .......           69,375  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......          -69,375  .......  ...............
  20 LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES                                .......               19  .......            8,846  .......            8,846  .......           +8,827  .......  ...............
  22 40 MM, ALL TYPES                                         .......           30,679  .......           54,652  .......           54,652  .......          +23,973  .......  ...............
  23 60MM, ALL TYPES                                          .......           17,414  .......           65,003  .......           65,003  .......          +47,589  .......  ...............
  24 81MM, ALL TYPES                                          .......           20,329  .......          101,049  .......          101,049  .......          +80,720  .......  ...............
  25 120MM, ALL TYPES                                         .......           23,841  .......           34,769  .......           34,769  .......          +10,928  .......  ...............
  26 CTG 25MM, ALL TYPES                                      .......           11,328  .......           11,328  .......           11,328  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  28 GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                      .......           26,625  .......           50,512  .......           50,512  .......          +23,887  .......  ...............
  29 ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                                       .......            2,146  .......           32,915  .......           28,915  .......          +26,769  .......           -4,000
  30 ARTILLERY, ALL TYPES                                     .......           36,604  .......           58,878  .......           58,878  .......          +22,274  .......  ...............
  31 EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTING VEHICLE                           .......                4  .......                4  .......                4  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  32 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                          .......               34  .......            8,804  .......            8,804  .......           +8,770  .......  ...............
  33 FUZE, ALL TYPES                                          .......            2,330  .......            4,291  .......            4,291  .......           +1,961  .......  ...............
  34 NON LETHALS                                              .......            4,191  .......            4,374  .......            4,374  .......             +183  .......  ...............
  35 AMMO MODERNIZATION                                       .......            5,264  .......            5,264  .......            5,264  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, PROC AMMO, MC                               .......          287,299  .......          591,299  .......          587,299  .......         +300,000  .......           -4,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE CORPS    .......          760,484  .......        1,067,484  .......        1,058,832  .......         +298,348  .......           -8,652
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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           2008 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
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   9JATOS                        4,774           3,122          -1,652
        Mk 125 lack of  ..............  ..............          -1,652
         requirement
  16SMALL ARMS                  37,116         150,610        +113,494
     AMMUNITION
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............        +113,494
         Transfer
  17MC GROUND FORCES            69,375  ..............         -69,375
     AUGMENTATION
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............         -69,375
         Transfer
  20LINEAR CHARGES,                 19           8,846          +8,827
     ALL TYPES
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............          +8,827
         Transfer
  2240MM, ALL TYPES             30,679          54,652         +23,973
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............         +23,973
         Transfer
  2360MM, ALL TYPES             17,414          65,003         +47,589
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............         +47,589
         Transfer
  2481MM, ALL TYPES             20,329         101,049         +80,720
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............         +80,720
         Transfer
  25120MM, ALL TYPES            23,841          34,769         +10,928
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............         +10,928
         Transfer
  28GRENADES, ALL               26,625          50,512         +23,887
     TYPES
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............         +23,887
         Transfer
  29ROCKETS, ALL TYPES           2,146          28,915         +26,769
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............         +26,769
         Transfer
  30ARTILLERY, ALL              36,604          58,878         +22,274
     TYPES
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............         +22,274
         Transfer
  32DEMOLITION                      34           8,804          +8,770
     MUNITIONS, ALL
     TYPES
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............          +8,770
         Transfer
  33FUZE, ALL TYPES              2,330           4,291          +1,961
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............          +1,961
         Transfer
  34NON LETHALS                  4,191           4,374            +183
        Grow the Force  ..............  ..............            +183
         Transfer
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                   Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $10,579,125,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  13,656,120,000
House allowance.........................................  15,303,820,000
Committee recommendation................................  13,205,438,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$13,205,438,000. This is $450,682,000 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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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                 SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY     OTHER WARSHIPS
   1 CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM                                    1        2,723,953        1        2,703,953        1        2,703,953  .......          -20,000  .......  ...............
   2 CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (AP-CY)                      .......          124,401  .......          124,401  .......          124,401  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   3 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE                                       1        1,796,191        1        1,796,191        1        1,796,191  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   4 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE (AP-CY)                         .......          702,710  .......        1,290,710  .......        1,172,710  .......         +470,000  .......         -118,000
   7 CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY)                          .......          297,344  .......          297,344  .......          297,344  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   9 SSBN ER0                                                       1          187,652        1          187,652        1          187,652  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  10 SSBN ERO (AP-CY)                                         .......           42,744  .......           42,744  .......           42,744  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  11 DDG 1000                                                 .......        2,802,637  .......        2,772,637  .......        2,807,437  .......           +4,800  .......          +34,800
  12 DDG 1000 (AP-CY)                                         .......          150,886  .......          150,886  .......          150,886  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  13 DDG-51                                                   .......           78,078  .......           78,078  .......           48,078  .......          -30,000  .......          -30,000
  15 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP                                           3          910,482        1          339,482  .......  ...............       -3         -910,482       -1         -339,482
     LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (AP-CY)                             .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           75,000  .......          +75,000  .......          +75,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS                              .......        9,817,078  .......        9,784,078  .......        9,406,396  .......         -410,682  .......         -377,682     AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS
  17 LPD-17                                                         1        1,398,922        2        3,091,922        1        1,398,922  .......  ...............       -1       -1,693,000
  19 LHA REPLACEMENT                                          .......        1,377,414  .......        1,375,414  .......        1,377,414  .......  ...............  .......           +2,000
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           TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS                            .......        2,776,336  .......        4,467,336  .......        2,776,336  .......  ...............  .......       -1,691,000     AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM COSTS
  21 SPECIAL PURPOSE                                          .......  ...............  .......            4,500  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           -4,500
  23 OUTFITTING                                               .......          419,811  .......          405,011  .......          379,811  .......          -40,000  .......          -25,200
  24 SERVICE CRAFT                                            .......           32,903  .......           32,903  .......           32,903  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  25 LCAC SLEP                                                      5           98,518        5           98,518        5           98,518  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  26 COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS                   .......          511,474  .......          511,474  .......          511,474  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM  .......        1,062,706  .......        1,052,406  .......        1,022,706  .......          -40,000  .......          -29,700
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY             .......       13,656,120  .......       15,303,820  .......       13,205,438  .......         -450,682  .......       -2,098,382
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                          [Dollar amounts in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM        2,723,953        2,703,953          -20,000  ........................
          Authorization reduction  ...............  ...............          -20,000  ........................
    3 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE             702,710        1,172,710         +470,000  ........................
       (AP-CY)
          Economic order quantity  ...............  ...............         +470,000  Burr, Dodd, Dole,
                                                                                       Lieberman, Reed,
                                                                                       Voinovich, Warner,
                                                                                       Webb, Whitehouse
   11 DDG 1000                           2,802,637        2,807,437           +4,800  ........................
          AGS Pallets              ...............  ...............           +4,800  McConnell
   13 DDG-51                                78,078           48,078          -30,000  ........................
          Authorization reduction  ...............  ...............          -30,000  ........................
   15 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP                 910,482  ...............         -910,482  ........................
          Program restructure      ...............  ...............         -910,000  ........................
      LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (AP-    ...............           75,000          +75,000
       CY)
   23 OUTFITTING                           419,811          379,811          -40,000  ........................
          Authorization reduction  ...............  ...............          -40,000  ........................
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    Shipbuilding.--The Committee fully supports the CNO's goal 
of a 313 ship Navy as a minimum requirement for the Nation. The 
Committee, however, has serious concerns with the Navy's 
ability to deliver on the current shipbuilding program of 
record. The Navy's track record for building ships on time and 
on budget has not been good. The Government Accountability 
Office [GAO] has recently pointed out that the ships under 
construction at the beginning of the current fiscal year have 
experienced cumulative cost growth of almost $5,000,000,000 
above their original budgets. Significant cost growth, schedule 
delay, or both have occurred in the LPD-17 program, Littoral 
Combat Ship [LCS] program, the T-AKE program, as well as the 
next-generation destroyer and aircraft carrier programs. While 
supportive of additional funding for shipbuilding, the 
Committee is very concerned that accelerating any of the 
current shipbuilding programs is unexecutable and would have 
the effect of just ``banking'' funds.
    Naval shipbuilding has been plagued with too frequent 
design changes, requirements creep, poor cost estimating, and 
poor government performance in program management and 
contractor oversight. Under staffing of critical government 
oversight funcations has also been a major problem for the 
Navy. The Committee believes that the acquisition changes 
proposed by current Navy leadership is movement in the right 
direction, however, the Committee would like to see some 
positive results in cost, schedule and performance of the 
current program of record before supporting significant 
increases to the shipbuilding account.
    Littoral Combat Ship [LCS].--The President's budget request 
included $910,500,000 for the construction of three Littoral 
Combat Ships.
    The Committee supports the capability envisioned by the LCS 
program. The LCS program is extremely important and will 
provide the Navy with the necessary tools to face the 
asymmetric threats of the future. The Committee notes that the 
LCS does not replace a current capability in the fleet but 
provides a new capability for future commanders.
    The Committee strongly supports the development of a 
surface combatant vessel that can be acquired in affordable 
volume production. The LCS program, planned as a 55 ship class, 
is an integral component of the Navy's future shipbuilding 
plan.
    Unfortunately, the LCS program has been plagued with 
significant cost growth and schedule slip. Time has shown that 
the initial acquisition strategy of the LCS was ill-conceived. 
The short history of the LCS program, as outlined in the report 
to accompany S. 1547, the National Defense Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Year 2008, has been a case study in how not to 
acquire ships.
    The Committee has concluded that a fundamental change needs 
to be made to the current LCS acquisition strategy in order to 
develop a ship that meets future naval requirements and can be 
affordably procured. The Committee also believes that the Navy 
will require additional time to correct the cost, schedule and 
performance issues with the LCS mission modules and the new 
start development of a common combat system.
    Therefore, the Committee makes the following 
recommendations:
  --no funding for additional LCS seaframes, a reduction of 
        $910,500,000;
  --a rescission of $300,000,000 in fiscal year 2007 LCS 
        funding, cancelling LCS-4;
  --an addition of $75,000,000 in advance procurement funding 
        for one LCS Flight 1 seaframe in fiscal year 2009; and
  --full funding for the development and construction of LCS 1 
        and 2.
    Due to the significant uncertainty surrounding the LCS 
program, the Committee does not believe that funding for 
additional seaframes in fiscal year 2008 is justified. The 
Committee believes that only one ship of each design is 
required for the Navy to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of 
the competing designs that will result in the down select of 
one design for the Flight 1 LCS seaframe. The cancellation of 
LCS-4 will leave the Navy with one ship of each design for 
operational performance testing by the fleet. The Committee 
understands that both LCS-1 and LCS-2 will deliver in the third 
quarter of fiscal year 2008. Upon delivery of both ships, the 
Navy is directed to proceed with a comprehensive evaluation of 
both designs as soon as practicable. This will allow the Navy 
sufficient time to conduct operational performance testing of 
both ships and make a down-select decision in late fiscal year 
2008. The Committee has every confidence that the Secretary of 
the Navy will ensure that a fair competition takes place 
between the two ship designs. The Committee further directs the 
Navy to include in the fiscal year 2009 budget submission a new 
acquisition strategy for the future procurement of the LCS 
class.
    The Committee expects the Navy to proceed with an 
acquisition strategy that includes a full and open competition 
for the Flight 1 ships. The Committee further expects the Navy 
to continue with its plan providing ``contract design 
packages'' to industry and conducting a new competition for 
Flight 1 ships. The Committee directs the Navy to include lead 
and follow shipyards and open this competition to shipyards not 
currently involved in the LCS program. The Committee also 
directs the Navy to use fixed priced incentive contracting for 
all Flight 1 ships.

                        Other Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $4,927,676,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   5,470,412,000
House allowance.........................................   5,298,238,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,376,530,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,376,530,000. This is $93,882,000 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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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                     OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY     SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT     SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT
   1 LM-2500 GAS TURBINE                                      .......            6,690  .......            8,190  .......            6,690  .......  ...............  .......           -1,500
   2 ALLISON 501K GAS TURBINE                                 .......            9,468  .......            9,468  .......            9,468  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
   3 OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT                               .......           29,503  .......           31,303  .......           29,503  .......  ...............  .......           -1,800     UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT     PERISCOPES
   5 SUB PERISCOPES & IMAGING EQUIP                           .......           69,753  .......           34,253  .......           69,753  .......  ...............  .......          +35,500     OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT
   6 DDG MOD                                                  .......           50,008  .......           53,908  .......           50,008  .......  ...............  .......           -3,900
   7 FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT                                   .......            9,139  .......            9,139  .......            9,139  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   8 COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCHBOARD                          .......            2,192  .......            2,192  .......            2,192  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   9 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                              .......           25,219  .......           22,119  .......           25,219  .......  ...............  .......           +3,100
  10 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                              .......           31,178  .......           29,378  .......           31,178  .......  ...............  .......           +1,800
  11 VIRGINIA CLASS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         .......          146,787  .......          146,787  .......          146,787  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  12 SUBMARINE BATTERIES                                      .......           40,837  .......           40,837  .......           40,837  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  13 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                         .......           10,076  .......           10,076  .......           10,076  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  14 DSSP EQUIPMENT                                           .......            6,159  .......            6,159  .......            6,159  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  15 CG--MODERNIZATION                                        .......          267,809  .......          217,909  .......          267,809  .......  ...............  .......          +49,900
  16 LCAC                                                     .......               65  .......               65  .......               65  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  17 MINESWEEPING EQUIPMENT                                   .......           14,127  .......           14,127  .......           10,193  .......           -3,934  .......           -3,934
  18 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                               .......          186,018  .......          192,768  .......          193,618  .......           +7,600  .......             +850
  19 CHEMICAL WARFARE DETECTORS                               .......            3,968  .......            3,968  .......            3,968  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  20 SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM                            .......           16,128  .......           14,128  .......           16,128  .......  ...............  .......           +2,000     REACTOR PLANT EQUIPMENT
  21 REACTOR POWER UNITS                                      .......          391,610  .......          391,610  .......          391,610  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  22 REACTOR COMPONENTS                                       .......          234,245  .......          234,245  .......          234,245  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OCEAN ENGINEERING
  23 DIVING AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT                             .......            6,840  .......            6,840  .......            6,840  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     SMALL BOATS
  24 STANDARD BOATS                                           .......           30,236  .......           36,136  .......           29,666  .......             -570  .......           -6,470     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
  25 OTHER SHIPS TRAINING EQUIPMENT                           .......            9,239  .......            9,239  .......            9,239  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     PRODUCTION FACILITIES EQUIPMENT
  26 OPERATING FORCES IPE                                     .......           50,335  .......           50,335  .......           50,335  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER SHIP SUPPORT
  27 NUCLEAR ALTERATIONS                                      .......           70,101  .......           70,101  .......           70,101  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  28 LCS MODULES                                              .......           80,324  .......  ...............  .......           15,000  .......          -65,324  .......          +15,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  29       TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                     .......        1,798,054  .......        1,645,280  .......        1,735,826  .......          -62,228  .......          +90,546     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT     SHIP RADARS
  30 RADAR SUPPORT                                            .......  ...............  .......           17,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......          -17,000
  31 SPQ-9B RADAR                                             .......           14,480  .......           18,280  .......           14,480  .......  ...............  .......           -3,800     SHIP SONARS
  32 AN/SQQ-89 SURF ASW COMBAT SYSTEM                               1           25,423        1           36,723        1           25,423  .......  ...............  .......          -11,300
  33 SSN ACOUSTICS                                            .......          319,981  .......          316,981  .......          316,189  .......           -3,792  .......             -792
  34 UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                       .......           14,929  .......           14,929  .......           14,929  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  35 SONAR SWITCHES AND TRANSDUCERS                           .......           13,357  .......           12,357  .......           13,357  .......  ...............  .......           +1,000     ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  36 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYSTEM                        .......           16,955  .......           16,955  .......           16,955  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  37 SSTD                                                          22            2,924       22            2,924       22            2,924  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  38 FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                .......           60,745  .......           60,745  .......           60,745  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  39 SURTASS                                                  .......           10,484  .......           10,484  .......            1,284  .......           -9,200  .......           -9,200
  40 TACTICAL SUPPORT CENTER                                  .......            7,173  .......            7,173  .......            7,173  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT
  41 AN/SLQ-32                                                .......           29,903  .......           29,903  .......           29,903  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT
  43 SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT                                     .......           51,375  .......           51,375  .......           51,375  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     SUBMARINE SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT
  44 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT PROG                         .......          105,015  .......           81,815  .......          105,015  .......  ...............  .......          +23,200     OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  45 NAVY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM                                .......  ...............  .......            2,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
  46 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY                        .......           26,562  .......           28,862  .......           26,562  .......  ...............  .......           -2,300
  47 GCCS-M EQUIPMENT                                         .......           63,190  .......           63,190  .......           63,190  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  48 NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM (NTCSS)            .......           27,853  .......           27,853  .......           27,853  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  49 ATDLS                                                    .......            3,861  .......            3,861  .......            3,861  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  50 MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT                          .......           48,399  .......           39,399  .......           48,399  .......  ...............  .......           +9,000
  51 SHALLOW WATER MCM                                        .......            1,447  .......            1,447  .......            1,447  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  52 NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS (SPACE)                            .......            7,619  .......            7,619  .......            7,619  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  53 ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV                                .......            4,252  .......            4,252  .......            4,252  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  54 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                         .......            3,997  .......            3,997  .......            3,997  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
  55 OTHER TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                 .......           17,423  .......           17,423  .......           17,423  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     AVIATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  56 MATCALS                                                  .......           20,100  .......           20,100  .......           20,100  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  57 SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                            .......            7,719  .......            7,719  .......            7,719  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  58 AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM                         .......           18,403  .......           18,403  .......           18,403  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  59 NATIONAL AIR SPACE SYSTEM                                .......           25,331  .......           25,331  .......           25,331  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  60 AIR STATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                            .......            7,935  .......            7,935  .......            7,935  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  61 MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM                                 .......            9,384  .......            9,384  .......            9,384  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  63 ID SYSTEMS                                               .......           29,835  .......           29,835  .......           29,835  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  64 TAC A/C MISSION PLANNING SYS (TAMPS)                     .......            8,959  .......            8,959  .......            8,959  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  66 GCCS-M EQUIPMENT TACTICAL/MOBILE                         .......            3,983  .......            3,983  .......            3,983  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  67 COMMON IMAGERY GROUND SURFACE SYSTEMS                    .......           63,973  .......           63,973  .......           63,973  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  68 RADIAC                                                   .......           10,205  .......           10,205  .......           10,205  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  69 GPETE                                                    .......            7,042  .......            9,042  .......            7,042  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
  70 INTEG COMBAT SYSTEM TEST FACILITY                        .......            4,466  .......            4,466  .......            4,466  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  71 EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION                              .......            9,476  .......            9,476  .......            9,476  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  72 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                               .......           40,843  .......           40,843  .......           40,843  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS
  73 SHIPBOARD TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS                        .......              185  .......              185  .......              185  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  75 SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION                           .......          301,868  .......          301,868  .......          301,868  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  76 COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER $5M                           .......           36,753  .......           34,653  .......           36,753  .......  ...............  .......           +2,100     SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS
  77 SUBMARINE BROADCAST SUPPORT                              .......            4,169  .......            4,169  .......            4,169  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  78 SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT                        .......           86,551  .......           82,551  .......           86,551  .......  ...............  .......           +4,000     SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  79 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                         .......           74,677  .......           64,077  .......           74,677  .......  ...............  .......          +10,600     SHORE COMMUNICATIONS
  80 JCS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT                             .......            2,643  .......            2,643  .......            2,643  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  81 ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS                                 .......            1,179  .......            1,179  .......            1,179  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  83 NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS                               .......           10,672  .......           10,672  .......           10,672  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
  84 INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM (ISSP)                     .......          107,609  .......          107,609  .......          107,609  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT
  85 CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP                         .......           16,067  .......           16,067  .......           16,067  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER ELECTRONIC SUPPORT
  86 COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT                                    .......           27,298  .......           27,298  .......           27,298  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT    .......        1,814,672  .......        1,800,172  .......        1,801,680  .......          -12,992  .......           +1,508     AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT     SONOBUOYS
  88 SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES                                     .......           67,373  .......           69,873  .......           67,373  .......  ...............  .......           -2,500     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  89 WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          .......           58,155  .......           58,155  .......           58,155  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  90 EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELDS                                  .......            8,281  .......            8,281  .......            8,281  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  91 AIRCRAFT REARMING EQUIPMENT                              .......           12,897  .......           12,897  .......           12,897  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  92 AIRCRAFT LAUNCH & RECOVERY EQUIPMENT                     .......           38,863  .......           38,863  .......           38,863  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  93 METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT                                 .......           12,248  .......           12,248  .......           12,248  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  94 OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT                             .......            1,507  .......            1,507  .......            1,507  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  95 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT                                    .......           12,750  .......           11,750  .......           14,750  .......           +2,000  .......           +3,000
  96 AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES                            .......           79,536  .......           79,536  .......           79,536  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  97 LAMPS MK III SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT                         .......           31,811  .......           31,811  .......           22,211  .......           -9,600  .......           -9,600
  98 OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         .......           11,638  .......           11,638  .......           11,638  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                  .......          335,059  .......          336,559  .......          327,459  .......           -7,600  .......           -9,100     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT     SHIP GUN SYSTEM EQUIPMENT
  99 NAVAL FIRES CONTROL SYSTEM                                     2            1,382        2            1,382        2            1,382  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 100 GUN FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT                               .......            5,567  .......            5,567  .......            5,567  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT
 102 NATO SEASPARROW                                          .......           28,765  .......           28,765  .......           28,765  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 103 RAM GMLS                                                 .......            3,990  .......            3,990  .......            3,990  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 104 SHIP SELF DEFENSE SYSTEM                                 .......           31,642  .......           31,642  .......           31,642  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 105 AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                  .......           93,783  .......           95,783  .......           93,783  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
 106 TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                               .......           53,966  .......           53,966  .......           53,966  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 107 VERTICAL LAUNCH SYSTEMS                                  .......            6,840  .......            6,840  .......            6,840  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 108 STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIP                          .......          150,918  .......          137,918  .......          137,918  .......          -13,000  .......  ...............     ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 109 SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS                               .......          114,205  .......          114,205  .......          114,205  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 110 SUBMARINE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          .......            5,191  .......            5,191  .......            5,191  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 111 SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                            .......            3,490  .......            3,490  .......            3,490  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 112 ASW RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                              .......            8,935  .......            8,935  .......            8,935  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 113 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP                        .......           38,462  .......           38,462  .......           38,462  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 114 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                               .......            3,422  .......            7,422  .......            3,422  .......  ...............  .......           -4,000     OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE
 115 ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM                           .......           42,450  .......           42,450  .......           42,450  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 116 SURFACE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                             .......            9,950  .......            9,950  .......            9,950  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 117 SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                           .......           32,093  .......           32,093  .......           38,093  .......           +6,000  .......           +6,000
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           TOTAL, ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                  .......          635,051  .......          628,051  .......          628,051  .......           -7,000  .......  ...............     CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 118 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                              .......            1,455  .......            1,455  .......            1,455  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 119 GENERAL PURPOSE TRUCKS                                   .......              839  .......              839  .......              839  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 120 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE EQUIP                         .......           12,097  .......           12,097  .......           12,097  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 121 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT                                  .......           17,648  .......           17,648  .......           17,648  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 122 TACTICAL VEHICLES                                        .......           32,853  .......           32,853  .......           32,853  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 123 AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT                                     .......          138,485  .......          138,485  .......          105,085  .......          -33,400  .......          -33,400
 124 COLLATERAL EQUIPMENT                                     .......            5,434  .......            5,434  .......            5,434  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 125 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                              .......            5,778  .......            5,778  .......            5,778  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 126 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION                                   .......           23,337  .......           23,337  .......           23,337  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 127 PHYSICAL SECURITY VEHICLES                               .......            2,047  .......            2,047  .......            2,047  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIP-  MENT      .......          239,973  .......          239,973  .......          206,573  .......          -33,400  .......          -33,400     SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT     SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 128 MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT                             .......           13,037  .......           13,037  .......           13,037  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 129 OTHER SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                           .......           15,521  .......           15,521  .......           15,521  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 130 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                         .......            6,153  .......            6,153  .......            6,153  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 131 SPECIAL PURPOSE SUPPLY SYSTEMS                           .......           72,576  .......           72,576  .......           72,576  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                    .......          107,287  .......          107,287  .......          107,287  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT     TRAINING DEVICES
 132 TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                               .......           19,463  .......           21,463  .......           61,863  .......          +42,400  .......          +40,400     COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 133 COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                .......           42,539  .......           44,039  .......           42,539  .......  ...............  .......           -1,500
 134 EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                              .......            1,983  .......            1,983  .......            1,983  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 135 MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                .......            3,418  .......            3,418  .......            3,418  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 137 OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                       .......           11,608  .......           11,608  .......           13,608  .......           +2,000  .......           +2,000
 138 C4ISR EQUIPMENT                                          .......           13,996  .......           13,996  .......           13,996  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 139 ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          .......           30,938  .......           30,938  .......           30,938  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
 140 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                              .......          137,366  .......          137,366  .......          123,766  .......          -13,600  .......          -13,600
 141 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                        .......           49,572  .......           49,572  .......           51,572  .......           +2,000  .......           +2,000
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           TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT     .......          310,883  .......          314,383  .......          343,683  .......          +32,800  .......          +29,300 145 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                  .......          218,071  .......          215,171  .......          214,609  .......           -3,462  .......             -562
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                      .......           11,362  .......           11,362  .......           11,362  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY                     .......        5,470,412  .......        5,298,238  .......        5,376,530  .......          -93,882  .......          +78,292
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   17 MINESWEEPING EQUIPMENT                14,127           10,193           -3,934  ........................
          Diver Hull Inspection--  ...............  ...............           -3,934  ........................
           Ahead of Need
   18 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION           186,018          193,618           +7,600  ........................
          CVN Propeller            ...............  ...............           +5,600  Cochran, Lott
           Replacement Program
          Canned Lube Pumps LSD-   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Burr, Lautenberg,
           41/49 Class Amphibious                                                      Menendez
           Ships
   24 STANDARD BOATS                        30,236           29,666             -570  ........................
          Small Escort Vessels--   ...............  ...............           -8,570  ........................
           Ahead of Need
          CB90 Riverine Command    ...............  ...............           +6,000  Cantwell, Murray
           Boat
          Advanced Boat Lifts for  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cantwell, Murray
           Navy Small Boats
           Program
   28 LCS MODULES                           80,324           15,000          -65,324  ........................
          Authorization            ...............  ...............          -65,324  ........................
           Adjustment
   33 SSN ACOUSTICS                        319,981          316,189           -3,792  ........................
          TB-34 Fatline Array--    ...............  ...............           -3,792  ........................
           Contract Delays
   39 SURTASS                               10,484            1,284           -9,200  ........................
          TB-29 Twinline Arrays--  ...............  ...............           -9,200  ........................
           Ahead of Need
   95 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT                 12,750           14,750           +2,000  ........................
          Multi Climate            ...............  ...............           +2,000  Kennedy, Kerry, Stabenow
           Protection System
           [MCPS]
   97 LAMPS MK III SHIPBOARD                31,811           22,211           -9,600  ........................
       EQUIPMENT
          Reduction to Growth      ...............  ...............           -9,600  ........................
  108 STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS            150,918          137,918          -13,000  ........................
       EQUIP
          Conventional Trident     ...............  ...............          -13,000  ........................
           Modification
  117 SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE             32,093           38,093           +6,000  ........................
       MODS
          Intelligraf Data         ...............  ...............           +6,000  Murray
           Distribution Training
  123 AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT                 138,485          105,085          -33,400  ........................
          Reduction to Growth      ...............  ...............          -33,400  ........................
  132 TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT            19,463           61,863          +42,400  ........................
          Training Range           ...............  ...............          +40,000  Committee Initiative
           Enhancements
          MSAT Simulator for GWOT  ...............  ...............           +2,400  Reid
           Training
  137 OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT              11,608           13,608           +2,000  ........................
       EQUIPMENT
          Envelop Protective       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Coleman, Durbin,
           Covers                                                                      Klobuchar
  140 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT          137,366          123,766          -13,600  ........................
          Harbor Barriers          ...............  ...............          -13,600  ........................
  141 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION                49,572           51,572           +2,000  ........................
       TECHNOLOGY
          NAVRES IT COOP           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Vitter
  145 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS              218,071          214,609           -3,462  ........................
          Ahead of Need            ...............  ...............           -3,462  ........................
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    Littoral Combat Ship [LCS] Mission Modules.--The budget 
request includes $80,324,000 for the procurement of mine 
warfare and surface warfare mission modules for LCS. Due to 
disruptions in the LCS program, as well as technical challenges 
to several components of the mission modules, the Committee 
recommends $15,000,000, a reduction of $65,324,000. The 
Committee recommended amount provides for one Remote 
Minehunting Vehicle to maintain production facilities and one 
Airborne Laser Mine Detection System in anticipation of an 
accelerated initial operational capability. The Committee urges 
the Navy to reexamine the future years' schedule for production 
of mission packages to reflect the delays in the LCS program.
    Submarine Batteries.--The Committee is concerned about the 
significant cost growth and schedule overruns for installation 
of Valve Regulated Lead Acid batteries in Los Angeles, Ohio, 
and Seawolf class submarines. These problems have required 
deferral of new procurements to fund redesign efforts, which 
may yet have further effects on the timely replacement of aging 
batteries in the fleet. The Committee intends to closely 
monitor this program to ensure that cost and schedule are 
brought under control.

                       Procurement, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $894,571,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   2,999,057,000
House allowance.........................................   2,500,882,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,091,897,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,091,897,000. This is $907,160,000 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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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                    PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS     WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   1 MC GROUND FORCES AUGMENTATION                            .......        2,211,625  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......       -2,211,625  .......  ...............
   2 AAV7A1 PIP                                               .......            3,050  .......            4,102  .......            4,102  .......           +1,052  .......  ...............
   5 LAV PIP                                                  .......           30,883  .......           32,065  .......           32,065  .......           +1,182  .......  ...............
   6 M1A1 FIREPOWER ENHANCEMENTS                              .......           14,716  .......           14,716  .......           14,716  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS
   7 EXPEDITIONARY FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM                        .......            3,895  .......            3,895  .......            3,895  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   8 155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER                         .......           93,379  .......          179,879  .......          174,479  .......          +81,100  .......           -5,400
   9 HIGH MOBILITY ARTILLERY ROCKET SYSTEM                    .......           30,650  .......           30,650  .......           30,650  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  10 WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES UNDER $5 MILLION             .......           15,779  .......           51,463  .......           51,463  .......          +35,684  .......  ...............     WEAPONS
  11 MODULAR WEAPON SYSTEM                                    .......  ...............  .......           12,471  .......           12,471  .......          +12,471  .......  ...............     OTHER SUPPORT
  12 MODIFICATION KITS                                        .......            4,429  .......          116,432  .......            4,429  .......  ...............  .......         -112,003
  13 WEAPONS ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM                              .......           14,994  .......           15,009  .......           15,009  .......              +15  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES                 .......        2,423,400  .......          460,682  .......          343,279  .......       -2,080,121  .......         -117,403     GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT     GUIDED MISSILES
  15 GROUND BASED AIR DEFENSE                                 .......            1,988  .......            1,988  .......            1,988  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER SUPPORT
  18 MODIFICATION KITS                                        .......              641  .......           47,311  .......           47,311  .......          +46,670  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT               .......            2,629  .......           49,299  .......           49,299  .......          +46,670  .......  ...............     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT     COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
  19 UNIT OPERATIONS CENTER                                   .......           19,493  .......           59,943  .......           56,943  .......          +37,450  .......           -3,000     REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT
  20 REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT                                .......           21,051  .......           72,212  .......           72,212  .......          +51,161  .......  ...............     OTHER SUPPORT (TEL)
  22 COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                    .......           18,669  .......           19,093  .......           19,093  .......             +424  .......  ...............
  23 MODIFICATION KITS                                        .......           10,926  .......           35,115  .......           35,115  .......          +24,189  .......  ...............
  24 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION (COMM & ELEC)                     .......            6,374  .......            6,383  .......            6,384  .......              +10  .......               +1
  25 AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS                                .......           40,664  .......           70,681  .......           30,435  .......          -10,229  .......          -40,246     RADAR + EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  27 RADAR SYSTEMS                                            .......           16,061  .......          150,715  .......          110,715  .......          +94,654  .......          -40,000     INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  28 FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                      .......            1,438  .......           25,227  .......           25,227  .......          +23,789  .......  ...............
  29 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                           .......           28,902  .......          148,935  .......          148,935  .......         +120,033  .......  ...............     OTHER COMM/ELEC EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  30 NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT                                   .......            8,991  .......           40,590  .......           40,590  .......          +31,599  .......  ...............     OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL)
  31 COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES                                .......           75,101  .......           97,106  .......           99,106  .......          +24,005  .......           +2,000
  32 COMMAND POST SYSTEMS                                     .......           20,535  .......           29,986  .......           29,986  .......           +9,451  .......  ...............
  33 RADIO SYSTEMS                                            .......           61,148  .......          176,182  .......          158,682  .......          +97,534  .......          -17,500
  34 COMM SWITCHING & CONTROL SYSTEMS                         .......           27,019  .......          102,744  .......          102,744  .......          +75,725  .......  ...............
  35 COMM & ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT                       .......           20,090  .......           22,393  .......           22,393  .......           +2,303  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT    .......          376,462  .......        1,057,305  .......          958,560  .......         +582,098  .......          -98,745     SUPPORT VEHICLES     ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES
  36 COMMERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES                            .......            1,070  .......            1,070  .......            1,070  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  37 COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES                                .......           13,366  .......           13,366  .......           19,366  .......           +6,000  .......           +6,000     TACTICAL VEHICLES
  38 5/4T TRUCK HMMWV (MYP)                                   .......            1,572  .......          157,051      851          157,051     +851         +155,479     +851  ...............
  40 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE REPLACEMENT                      .......              660  .......           91,730  .......           76,730  .......          +76,070  .......          -15,000
  42 LOGISTICS VEHICLE SYSTEM REP                             .......           26,763  .......           31,802  .......           18,263  .......           -8,500  .......          -13,539
  43 FAMILY OF TACTICAL TRAILERS                              .......            9,002  .......           35,996  .......           22,550  .......          +13,548  .......          -13,446     OTHER SUPPORT
  44 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                               .......            3,947  .......            6,862  .......            6,862  .......           +2,915  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT VEHICLES                            .......           56,380  .......          337,877  .......          301,892  .......         +245,512  .......          -35,985     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
  45 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL EQUIP ASSORT                       .......            1,717  .......            5,598  .......            5,598  .......           +3,881  .......  ...............
  46 BULK LIQUID EQUIPMENT                                    .......            3,662  .......            5,680  .......            5,680  .......           +2,018  .......  ...............
  47 TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS                                    .......            5,187  .......           16,705  .......           16,705  .......          +11,518  .......  ...............
  48 POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED                                 .......            4,188  .......           11,085  .......           11,085  .......           +6,897  .......  ...............
  49 AMPHIBIOUS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                             .......           10,523  .......           12,399  .......           12,399  .......           +1,876  .......  ...............
  50 EOD SYSTEMS                                              .......           14,656  .......           41,972  .......           47,081  .......          +32,425  .......           +5,109     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
  51 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                              .......           12,388  .......           12,349  .......           12,388  .......  ...............  .......              +39
  52 GARRISON MOBILE ENGR EQUIP                               .......           12,439  .......           12,439  .......           12,439  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  53 MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP                                  .......            3,157  .......           25,085  .......           25,085  .......          +21,928  .......  ...............
  54 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                         .......            6,613  .......            6,613  .......            6,613  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     GENERAL PROPERTY
  55 FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                                  .......            2,236  .......           17,988  .......           17,988  .......          +15,752  .......  ...............
  56 TRAINING DEVICES                                         .......           31,074  .......           82,149  .......           72,149  .......          +41,075  .......          -10,000
  57 CONTAINER FAMILY                                         .......              878  .......            9,185  .......            8,795  .......           +7,917  .......             -390
  58 FAMILY OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT                         .......            8,585  .......           87,871  .......           87,871  .......          +79,286  .......  ...............
  59 FAMILY OF INTERNALLY TRANSPORTABLE VEH (ITV)             .......            2,472  .......            2,472  .......            2,472  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  60 BRIDGE BOATS                                             .......  ...............  .......           43,903  .......           43,903  .......          +43,903  .......  ...............
  61 RAPID DEPLOYABLE KITCHEN                                 .......            1,109  .......           18,971  .......           18,971  .......          +17,862  .......  ...............     OTHER SUPPORT
  63 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                               .......            6,508  .......           22,073  .......           22,073  .......          +15,565  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT                .......          127,392  .......          434,537  .......          429,295  .......         +301,903  .......           -5,242  64 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                  .......           12,794  .......           13,794  .......            9,572  .......           -3,222  .......           -4,222
     TRAILERS                                                 .......  ...............  .......          147,388  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......         -147,388
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS                   .......        2,999,057  .......        2,500,882  .......        2,091,897  .......         -907,160  .......         -408,985
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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                 2008 budget      Committee        budget             Requested by
                                          estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 MC GROUND FORCES AUGMENTATION       2,211,625  ..............      -2,211,625  .........................
          Grow the Force             ..............  ..............      -2,211,625  .........................
           Adjustments
    2 AAV7A1 PIP                              3,050           4,102          +1,052  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +1,052  .........................
    5 LAV PIP                                30,883          32,065          +1,182  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +1,182  .........................
    8 155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED                93,379         174,479         +81,100  .........................
       HOWITZER
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +81,100  .........................
   10 WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES            15,779          51,463         +35,684  .........................
       UNDER $5 MILLION
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +35,684  .........................
   11 MODULAR WEAPON SYSTEM          ..............          12,471         +12,471  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +12,471  .........................
   13 WEAPONS ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM            14,994          15,009             +15  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............             +15  .........................
   18 MODIFICATION KITS                         641          47,311         +46,670  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +46,670  .........................
   19 UNIT OPERATIONS CENTER                 19,493          56,943         +37,450  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +37,450  .........................
   20 REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT              21,051          72,212         +51,161  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +51,161  .........................
   22 COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                  18,669          19,093            +424  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............            +424  .........................
   23 MODIFICATION KITS                      10,926          35,115         +24,189  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +24,189  .........................
   24 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION (COMM            6,374           6,384             +10  .........................
       & ELEC)
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............             +10  .........................
   25 AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS              40,664          30,435         -10,229  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +26,017  .........................
          CAC2S program delays       ..............  ..............         -36,246  .........................
   27 RADAR SYSTEMS                          16,061         110,715         +94,654  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +94,654  .........................
   28 FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM                     1,438          25,227         +23,789  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +23,789  .........................
   29 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT                   28,902         148,935        +120,033  .........................
       EQUIPMENT
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............        +120,033  .........................
   30 NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT                  8,991          40,590         +31,599  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +31,599  .........................
   31 COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES              75,101          99,106         +24,005  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +22,005  .........................
          Marine Corps Enterprise    ..............  ..............          +2,000  Chambliss, Isakson
           Information Technology
           Systems COOP
   32 COMMAND POST SYSTEMS                   20,535          29,986          +9,451  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +9,451  .........................
   33 RADIO SYSTEMS                          61,148         158,682         +97,534  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............        +115,034  .........................
          DTC program delays         ..............  ..............         -17,500  .........................
   34 COMM SWITCHING & CONTROL               27,019         102,744         +75,725  .........................
       SYSTEMS
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +75,725  .........................
   35 COMM & ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE             20,090          22,393          +2,303  .........................
       SUPPORT
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +2,303  .........................
   37 COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES              13,366          19,366          +6,000  .........................
          Tactical Support           ..............  ..............          +6,000  Reid
           Structures for AN/TPS-59
           Radar System
   38 5/4T TRUCK HMMWV (MYP)                  1,572         157,051        +155,479  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............        +155,479  .........................
   40 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE                   660          76,730         +76,070  .........................
       REPLACEMENT
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +76,070  .........................
   42 LOGISTICS VEHICLE SYSTEM REP           26,763          18,263          -8,500  .........................
          Unexecutable forward       ..............  ..............          -8,500  .........................
           funding
   43 FAMILY OF TACTICAL TRAILERS             9,002          22,550         +13,548  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +13,548  .........................
   44 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION              3,947           6,862          +2,915  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +2,915  .........................
   45 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL EQUIP             1,717           5,598          +3,881  .........................
       ASSORT
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +3,881  .........................
   46 BULK LIQUID EQUIPMENT                   3,662           5,680          +2,018  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +2,018  .........................
   47 TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS                   5,187          16,705         +11,518  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +11,518  .........................
   48 POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED                4,188          11,085          +6,897  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +6,897  .........................
   49 AMPHIBIOUS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT           10,523          12,399          +1,876  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +1,876  .........................
   50 EOD SYSTEMS                            14,656          47,081         +32,425  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +29,425  .........................
          Light Vehicle Intercom     ..............  ..............          +3,000  Sununu
           System
   53 MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP                 3,157          25,085         +21,928  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +21,928  .........................
   55 FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                 2,236          17,988         +15,752  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +15,752  .........................
   56 TRAINING DEVICES                       31,074          72,149         +41,075  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +41,075  .........................
   57 CONTAINER FAMILY                          878           8,795          +7,917  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............          +7,917  .........................
   58 FAMILY OF CONSTRUCTION                  8,585          87,871         +79,286  .........................
       EQUIPMENT
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +79,286  .........................
   60 BRIDGE BOATS                   ..............          43,903         +43,903  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +43,903  .........................
   61 RAPID DEPLOYABLE KITCHEN                1,109          18,971         +17,862  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +17,862  .........................
   63 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION              6,508          22,073         +15,565  .........................
          Grow the Force Transfer    ..............  ..............         +15,565  .........................
   64 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                12,794           9,572          -3,222  .........................
          Excess to need             ..............  ..............          -3,222  .........................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Grow the Force [GTF] Funding Distribution.--The fiscal year 
2008 budget request includes $2,211,625,000 in Procurement, 
Marine Corps for Grow the Force, an initiative described in 
further detail elsewhere in this report. Subsequent to the 
budget submission, the Marine Corps identified adjustments to 
its Grow the Force funding request, to include: a transfer of 
$300,000,000 from Procurement, Marine Corps to Procurement of 
Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps; a transfer of $147,388,000 
from Procurement, Marine Corps to Operation and Maintenance, 
Marine Corps; and a reduction of $180,361,000 based on revised 
requirements. The Committee has supported these adjustments. 
Additionally, the Committee has recommended adjustments based 
on funding requested ahead of need and on limitations to 
production capacity.

                    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $11,643,356,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  12,393,270,000
House allowance.........................................  11,690,220,000
Committee recommendation................................  12,133,900,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$12,133,900,000. This is $259,370,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE     COMBAT AIRCRAFT     TACTICAL FORCES
   1 F-35                                                           6        1,298,167        6        1,298,167        6        1,298,167  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   2 F-35 (AP-CY)                                             .......          123,539  .......          123,539  .......          123,539  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   3 F-22A                                                         20        3,152,713       20        3,152,713       20        3,152,713  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   4 F-22A (AP-CY)                                            .......          426,666  .......          426,666  .......          426,666  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                             .......        5,001,085  .......        5,001,085  .......        5,001,085  .......  ...............     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT     TACTICAL AIRLIFT
   6 C-17A (MYP)                                              .......          260,601  .......          260,601  .......          260,601  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER AIRLIFT
   8 C-130J                                                         9          686,069        9          686,069        9          686,069  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  10 HC-130 RECAP (AP-CY)                                     .......            9,990  .......           25,190  .......           25,190  .......          +15,200  .......  ...............
  11 MC-130 RECAP (AP-CY)                                     .......           65,742  .......           50,542  .......           50,542  .......          -15,200  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                            .......        1,022,402  .......        1,022,402  .......        1,022,402  .......  ...............     TRAINER AIRCRAFT     OPERATIONAL TRAINERS
  12 JPATS                                                         39          245,889       39          245,889       39          245,889  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER AIRCRAFT     HELICOPTERS
  13 V-22 OSPREY                                                    5          453,797        5          453,797        5          453,797  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  14 V-22 OSPREY (AP-CY)                                      .......           41,245  .......           41,245  .......           41,245  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT
  15 C-40                                                           2           48,615        2           48,615        2           48,615  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  16 CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C                                     .......            4,477  .......            6,727  .......            4,477  .......  ...............  .......           -2,250     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  17 TARGET DRONES                                            .......           85,604  .......           85,604  .......           77,604  .......           -8,000  .......           -8,000
  19 GLOBAL HAWK                                                    5          514,005        3          403,005        5          514,005  .......  ...............       +2         +111,000
  20 GLOBAL HAWK (AP-CY)                                      .......           63,841  .......           63,841  .......           63,841  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  21 MQ-1                                                          24          277,999       24          277,999       24          277,999  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  22 MQ-9                                                           4           58,470        4           58,470        4           58,470  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                              .......        1,548,053  .......        1,439,303  .......        1,540,053  .......           -8,000  .......         +100,750     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT     STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT
  23 B-2A                                                     .......          316,055  .......          216,055  .......          202,585  .......         -113,470  .......          -13,470
  24 B-1B                                                     .......           53,125  .......           42,681  .......           40,325  .......          -12,800  .......           -2,356
  25 B-52                                                     .......           18,091  .......           18,091  .......           37,091  .......          +19,000  .......          +19,000     TACTICAL AIRCRAFT
  27 A-10                                                     .......          167,107  .......          129,407  .......          169,607  .......           +2,500  .......          +40,200
  28 F-15                                                     .......           19,165  .......           19,165  .......           19,165  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  29 F-16                                                     .......          329,370  .......          335,370  .......          336,870  .......           +7,500  .......           +1,500
  30 F-22A                                                    .......          281,905  .......          256,905  .......          281,905  .......  ...............  .......          +25,000     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
  31 C-5                                                      .......          332,016  .......          277,716  .......          274,316  .......          -57,700  .......           -3,400
  32 C-5 (AP-CY)                                              .......           66,700  .......           66,700  .......           66,700  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  33 C-17A                                                    .......          211,206  .......          115,206  .......          211,206  .......  ...............  .......          +96,000
  34 C-21                                                     .......           13,920  .......              952  .......              952  .......          -12,968  .......  ...............
  35 C-32A                                                    .......            1,646  .......            1,646  .......            1,646  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  36 C-37A                                                    .......              420  .......              420  .......              420  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  37 GLIDER MODS                                              .......              118  .......              118  .......              118  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  38 T6                                                       .......           17,089  .......            7,940  .......           17,089  .......  ...............  .......           +9,149
  39 T-1                                                      .......               24  .......           12,992  .......           12,992  .......          +12,968  .......  ...............
  40 T-38                                                     .......          130,803  .......          130,803  .......          130,803  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  41 T-43                                                     .......            2,230  .......            2,230  .......            2,230  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  42 KC-10A (ATCA)                                            .......            1,924  .......            1,924  .......            1,924  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  43 C-12                                                     .......              459  .......              459  .......              459  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  44 C-20 MODS                                                .......              535  .......              535  .......              535  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  45 VC-25A MOD                                               .......           28,416  .......           28,416  .......           28,416  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  46 C-40                                                     .......              209  .......              209  .......              209  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  47 C-130                                                    .......          384,386  .......          194,386  .......          275,086  .......         -109,300  .......          +80,700
  48 C130J MODS                                               .......           62,259  .......           62,259  .......           62,259  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  49 C-135                                                    .......          118,561  .......          118,561  .......          127,561  .......           +9,000  .......           +9,000
  50 COMPASS CALL MODS                                        .......           45,293  .......           45,293  .......           45,293  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  52 DARP                                                     .......          106,108  .......          106,108  .......          106,108  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  53 E-3                                                      .......           54,286  .......           54,286  .......           54,286  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  54 E-4                                                      .......           19,745  .......           19,745  .......           19,745  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  55 E-8                                                      .......           79,689  .......           79,689  .......           79,689  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  56 H-1                                                      .......           22,112  .......           22,112  .......           22,112  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  57 H-60                                                     .......           19,565  .......           19,565  .......           19,565  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  58 GLOBAL HAWK MODS                                         .......           24,332  .......           26,332  .......           24,332  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
  59 OTHER AIRCRAFT                                           .......          109,496  .......          113,496  .......           84,896  .......          -24,600  .......          -28,600
  60 MQ-1 MODS                                                .......           74,692  .......           74,692  .......           74,692  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  61 MQ-9 MODS                                                .......           20,578  .......           20,578  .......           20,578  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  62 CV-22 MODS                                               .......           16,523  .......           16,523  .......           16,523  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER MODIFICATIONS
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           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT          .......        3,150,158  .......        2,639,565  .......        2,870,288  .......         -279,870  .......         +230,723     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  63 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                              .......          267,386  .......          267,386  .......          256,386  .......          -11,000  .......          -11,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS            .......          267,386  .......          267,386  .......          256,386  .......          -11,000  .......          -11,000     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES     COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  64 COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                 .......          111,136  .......          111,136  .......          101,136  .......          -10,000  .......          -10,000     POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT
  67 B-2A                                                     .......           34,780  .......           34,780  .......           34,780  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  69 C-5                                                      .......           18,277  .......           18,277  .......           18,277  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  70 C-21                                                     .......           14,904  .......           14,904  .......  ...............  .......          -14,904  .......          -14,904     T-1 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                              .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           14,904  .......          +14,904  .......          +14,904
  71 C-130                                                    .......           16,929  .......           19,929  .......           16,929  .......  ...............  .......           -3,000
  72 EC-130J                                                  .......            5,348  .......            5,348  .......            5,348  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  73 F-15 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                             .......            5,615  .......            5,615  .......            5,615  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  74 F-16 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                             .......           19,454  .......           19,454  .......           19,454  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  75 OTHER AIRCRAFT                                           .......          101,896  .......          101,896  .......          101,896  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  76 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                  .......           23,942  .......           23,942  .......           23,942  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     WAR CONSUMABLES
  77 WAR CONSUMABLES                                          .......           86,707  .......  ...............  .......           86,707  .......  ...............  .......          +86,707     OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES
  78 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                                 .......          683,080  .......          683,080  .......          732,580  .......          +49,500  .......          +49,500     DARP
  84 DARP                                                     .......           27,881  .......           27,881  .......           27,881  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES   .......        1,149,949  .......        1,066,242  .......        1,189,449  .......          +39,500  .......         +123,207     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                      .......            8,348  .......            8,348  .......            8,348  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE             .......       12,393,270  .......       11,690,220  .......       12,133,900  .......         -259,370  .......         +443,680
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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                 2008 budget      Committee        Budget             Requested by
                                          estimate     Recommendation     Estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   10 HC-130 RECAP ADVANCE                    9,990          25,190         +15,200  .........................
       PROCUREMENT
          Correct alignment of AP    ..............  ..............         +15,200  .........................
           funding
   11 MC-130 RECAP ADVANCE                   65,742          50,542         -15,200  .........................
       PROCUREMENT
          Correct alignment of AP    ..............  ..............         -15,200  .........................
           funding
   17 TARGET DRONES                          85,604          77,604          -8,000  .........................
          Slow execution             ..............  ..............          -8,000  .........................
   23 B-2A                                  316,055         202,585        -113,470  .........................
          Transfer to RDT&E;, AF,     ..............  ..............         -38,000  .........................
           line 70, for radar
           modernization
          Delay in radar             ..............  ..............         -73,000  .........................
           modernization program
          Funding ahead of need      ..............  ..............          -2,470  .........................
   24 B-1B                                   53,125          40,325         -12,800  .........................
          Funding ahead of need      ..............  ..............         -18,500  .........................
          Smart-Bomb Rack Unit (S-   ..............  ..............          +5,700  Thune
           BRU) Upgrade
   25 B-52                                   18,091          37,091         +19,000  .........................
          Upgrades for 76-aircraft   ..............  ..............         +19,000  Conrad, Dorgan, Landrieu,
           B-52 fleet                                                                 Vitter
   27 A-10                                  167,107         169,607          +2,500  .........................
          ARC 210 Improved           ..............  ..............          +2,500  Durbin, Grassley, Vitter
           Communications for A-10
   29 F-16                                  329,370         336,870          +7,500  .........................
          ARC 210 Improved           ..............  ..............          +7,500  Bennett, Durbin,
           Communications for F-16                                                    Grassley, Harkin,
                                                                                      Inhofe, Sessions, Vitter
   31 C-5                                   332,016         274,316         -57,700  .........................
          Align AMP kit purchase     ..............  ..............          -5,600  .........................
           with installations
          Excess change order,       ..............  ..............         -52,100  .........................
           support equipment
           funding
   34 C-21                                   13,920             952         -12,968  .........................
          USAF decision to procure   ..............  ..............         -12,968  .........................
           T-1 instead of C-21
   39 T-1                                        24          12,992         +12,968  .........................
          USAF decision to procure   ..............  ..............         +12,968  .........................
           T-1 instead of C-21
   47 C-130                                 384,386         275,086        -109,300  .........................
          Transfer to RDT&E;, AF      ..............  ..............         -60,000  .........................
           line 217 for C-130 AMP
          Delay in C-130 AMP         ..............  ..............         -53,300  .........................
          AN/APN-241 Radar for ANG   ..............  ..............          +4,000  Biden, Carper
           C-130
   49 C-135                                 118,561         127,561          +9,000  .........................
          Global Air Traffic         ..............  ..............          +9,000  Bennett, Clinton, Cornyn,
           Management for KC-135                                                      Durbin, Grassley,
                                                                                      Inhofe, Martinez, Bill
                                                                                      Nelson, Schumer,
                                                                                      Sessions, Smith, Vitter,
                                                                                      Wyden
   59 OTHER AIRCRAFT                        109,496          84,896         -24,600  .........................
          Slow execution             ..............  ..............         -10,000  .........................
          Funding ahead of need      ..............  ..............         -14,600  .........................
   63 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS           267,386         256,386         -11,000  .........................
          Slow execution             ..............  ..............         -18,000  .........................
          Transfer from RDT&E;, AF    ..............  ..............          +7,000  .........................
           line 206 for Global Hawk
           spares
   64 AIRCRAFT REPLACEMENT SUPPORT          111,136         101,136         -10,000  .........................
       EQUIPMENT
          Slow execution             ..............  ..............         -10,000  .........................
   70 C-21 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT           14,904  ..............         -14,904  .........................
          USAF decision to procure   ..............  ..............         -14,904  .........................
           T-1 instead of C-21
  70A T-1 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT    ..............          14,904         +14,904  .........................
          USAF decision to procure   ..............  ..............         +14,904  .........................
           T-1 instead of C-21
   78 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES              683,080         732,580         +49,500  .........................
          LITENING Targeting Pods    ..............  ..............         +49,500  Bond, Craig, Crapo,
           for F-16s and A-10s                                                        Durbin, Johnson,
                                                                                      Stabenow, Thune
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    C-5 Reliability Enhancement and Re-Engining Program 
[RERP].--The Committee is concerned about cost increases in the 
C-5 upgrade program. In the fiscal year 2007 Aircraft 
Procurement, Air Force appropriation, the program received 
$143,615,000 for engineering, equipment and advance procurement 
funding for three kits. The Air Force delayed execution of 
these funds by 1 year due to a specialty metal compliance issue 
yet requested full funding again in the fiscal year 2008 
budget. In the interim, cost increases have reportedly prompted 
the Air Force to re-evaluate the value of upgrading these aging 
aircraft. The Committee recommends rescinding $40,000,000 of 
the fiscal year 2007 C-5 Advance Procurement funding as it is 
no longer required by the program.
    B-2 Radar Modernization Program.--The B-2 Radar 
Modernization Program was restructured after submission of the 
fiscal year 2008 budget request due to technical issues that 
arose during flight tests. The restructure delays procurement 
so that additional engineering and testing may be accomplished. 
In the fiscal year 2007 Aircraft Procurement, Air Force 
appropriation, the program received $159,000,000 to begin 
procuring the upgrades. The Committee recommends rescinding 
$32,000,000 of the fiscal year 2007 funding as it is no longer 
required for the program. In the fiscal year 2008 request the 
Committee recommends transferring $38,000,000 to the Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force appropriation for 
continued radar modernization development and deleting 
$73,000,000 as excess to the requirement.

                     Missile Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $3,914,703,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   5,131,002,000
House allowance.........................................   4,920,959,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,920,219,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,920,219,000. This is $210,783,000 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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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                  MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE     BALLISTIC MISSILES     MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT--BALLISTIC
   1 MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQ--BALLISTIC                        .......           26,446  .......           26,446  .......           26,446  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER MISSILES     TACTICAL
   2 JASSM                                                        210          201,125      210          167,125  .......          133,425     -210          -67,700     -210          -33,700
   3 SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X)                                          172           52,690      172           52,690      195           45,690      +23           -7,000      +23           -7,000
   4 AMRAAM                                                       200          224,577      206          224,577      161          170,677      -39          -53,900      -45          -53,900
   5 PREDATOR HELLFIRE MISSILE                                    662           65,143  .......  ...............      677           65,143      +15  ...............     +677          +65,143
   6 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB                                        1,395           95,297    1,395           95,297    1,395           95,297      -52  ...............  .......  ...............     INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
   7 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS/POLLUTION PREVENTION             .......            2,382  .......            2,382  .......            2,382  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                              .......          641,214  .......          542,071  .......          512,614  .......         -128,600  .......          -29,457     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES     CLASS IV
   8 ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                                  .......               31  .......               31  .......               31  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   9 MM III MODIFICATIONS                                     .......          505,395  .......          505,395  .......          518,895  .......          +13,500  .......          +13,500
  10 AGM-65D MAVERICK                                         .......              252  .......              252  .......              252  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  11 AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE                                .......           10,111  .......           10,111  .......           10,111  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES          .......          515,789  .......          515,789  .......          529,289  .......          +13,500  .......          +13,500     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  12 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                              .......           46,675  .......           46,675  .......           46,675  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     OTHER SUPPORT     SPACE PROGRAMS
  13 ADVANCED EHF                                             .......              744  .......              744  .......          125,744  .......         +125,000  .......         +125,000
     ADVANCED EHF (AP-CY)                                     .......  ...............  .......          125,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......         -125,000
  14 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES                                  1          325,183        1          325,183        1          325,183  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  16 SPACEBORNE EQUIP (COMSEC)                                .......           18,242  .......           18,242  .......           18,242  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  17 GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)                               .......          200,161  .......          200,161  .......          200,161  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  18 GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE) (AP-CY)                       .......           10,100  .......           10,100  .......           10,100  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  19 DEF METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG (SPACE)                      .......          127,350  .......          127,350  .......          127,350  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  21 TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS (SPACE)                             .......           36,457  .......           36,457  .......           36,457  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  22 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEH (SPACE)                          5        1,166,591        4        1,101,691        5        1,166,591  .......  ...............       +1          +64,900
  23 MEDIUM LAUNCH VEHICLE (SPACE)                            .......          117,740  .......          117,740  .......          117,740  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  24 SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM (SBIRS) HIGH                 .......          479,000  .......          479,000  .......          398,000  .......          -81,000  .......          -81,000     SPECIAL PROGRAMS
  25 DEFENSE SPACE RECONN PROGRAM                             .......          184,314  .......          184,314  .......          184,314  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  29 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS                                  .......          148,581  .......          148,581  .......          148,581  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT                               .......        2,814,463  .......        2,874,563  .......        2,858,463  .......          +44,000  .......          -16,100     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                      .......        1,086,415  .......          915,415  .......          946,732  .......         -139,683  .......          +31,317
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE              .......        5,131,002  .......        4,920,959  .......        4,920,219  .......         -210,783  .......             -740
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    2 JASSM                                201,125          133,425          -67,700  ........................
          Program adjustment       ...............  ...............          -67,700  ........................
    3 SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X)                   52,690           45,690           -7,000  ........................
          Unit cost efficiencies   ...............  ...............           -7,000  ........................
    4 AMRAAM                               224,577          170,677          -53,900  ........................
          Smooth production ramp   ...............  ...............          -53,900  ........................
    9 MM III MODIFICATIONS                 505,395          518,895          +13,500  ........................
          ICBM Remote Visual       ...............  ...............          +13,500  Baucus, Bennett, Conrad,
           Assessment                                                                  Enzi,Hagel, Hatch,
                                                                                       Salazar, Tester
   13 ADVANCED EHF                             744          125,744         +125,000  ........................
          AP for additional        ...............  ...............         +125,000  ........................
           satellite (AEHF-4)--
           authorization
           adjustment
   24 SBIR HIGH (SPACE)                    479,000          398,000          -81,000  ........................
          HEO-4 AP--premature      ...............  ...............          -81,000  ........................
           request
  999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS          ...............  ...............         -139,683  ........................
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    Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile [JASSM].--The fiscal 
year 2008 budget request includes $201,125,000 for the 
procurement of JASSMs. The program breached the Nunn-McCurdy 
limits earlier this year and has not yet been re-certified by 
the Department of Defense. Additionally, the JASSM failed four 
successive flight tests this spring due to failures of the 
navigation system and problems with the fuze, calling into 
question the effectiveness of previously funded reliability 
enhancement efforts. In July, the Air Force received permission 
from the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology 
and Logistics to proceed with a $68,000,000 8-month reliability 
enhancement program, with the costs to be shared between the 
Air Force and the contractor. The Committee has reviewed the 
proposed reliability enhancement program and provides full 
funding for the Air Force's $30,000,000 share of this program. 
Additional funding is provided to support a potential June 2008 
production award following a successful Nunn-McCurdy 
recertification. The Committee reduces the remaining requested 
procurement funding by $67,700,000 for missiles funded ahead of 
need. The funding provided will allow production to continue 
without a production break until a fiscal year 2009 contract 
award. The Committee directs that none of the funds provided in 
this bill may be obligated for the procurement of missiles in 
fiscal year 2008 until 10 days after the Committee has been 
notified by the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, 
Technology and Logistics of the results of the Phase I 
reliability enhancement program and the Nunn-McCurdy 
recertification. Further, the Committee designates this program 
as a congressional special interest item for the purpose of 
reprogramming.
    Advanced Medium Range Medium Air-to-Air Missile [AMRAAM].--
The fiscal year 2008 budget request includes $224,577,000 in 
Missile Procurement, Air Force and $87,460,000 in Weapons 
Procurement, Navy for the procurement of Phase 4 AIM-120D 
AMRAAMs. This is an increase of $108,333,000, or 53.2 percent, 
over amounts provided in fiscal year 2007 for a program that is 
still in its System Development and Demonstration phase. The 
budget request requires a three-fold increase in monthly 
production rates. Given past production problems, the Committee 
questions the wisdom of this drastic increase and recommends 
funding for a more gradual production ramp increase. The 
Committee provides $258,137,000 for the procurement of AMRAAMs, 
an increase of $54,433,000 over amounts provided in fiscal year 
2007.
    ICBM Modernization.--The Committee is aware that the Air 
Force is implementing a modernization program for the Minuteman 
III, as directed in section 139 of Public Law 109-364, in order 
to sustain the deployed force of such missiles through 2030. 
The Committee is concerned that following the completion of 
this modernization program, the capability of the defense 
industrial base to modernize or replace these ICBMs will be 
severely diminished. The Committee directs the Department of 
the Air Force to conduct a study on the capability of the 
defense industrial base to maintain, modernize, and sustain the 
Minuteman III system until 2030, and on the industrial base's 
capability to replace the Minuteman III with a follow-on land-
based strategic deterrent system after 2030. The report shall 
be provided to the congressional defense committees not later 
than March 1, 2008. The study shall include an analysis of the 
risks associated with not maintaining the defense industrial 
base capability after completion of the Minuteman III 
modernization program, and the benefits associated with 
developing a life extension program for the Minuteman III 
system similar to the Trident II D5 Service Life Extension 
Program.
    Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite-4 [AEHF-4].--
The Committee recommends an additional $125,000,000 for the 
advance procurement of the fourth AEHF satellite and directs 
the Air Force to fully fund the satellite in the fiscal year 
2009 budget request.
    Space-Based Infrared System [SBIRS] Highly Elliptical 
Orbit-4 [HEO-4] Advance Procurement.--The Committee strongly 
supports the Air Force's procurement of the SBIRS HEO payloads 
three and four. However, based on the current launch schedule, 
the request for advance procurement of HEO-4 is premature. 
Therefore, the Committee reduces the fiscal year 2008 budget by 
$81,000,000 and directs the Air Force to include advance 
procurement for HEO-4 in the fiscal year 2009 budget request.

                  Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $1,054,302,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................     868,917,000
House allowance.........................................     342,494,000
Committee recommendation................................     854,167,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $854,167,000. 
This is $14,750,000 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:

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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               PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE     PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE
   1 ROCKETS                                                  .......           18,188  .......           18,188  .......           18,188  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   2 CARTRIDGES                                               .......          165,343  .......  ...............  .......          165,343  .......  ...............  .......         +165,343     BOMBS
   3 PRACTICE BOMBS                                           .......           26,080  .......           26,080  .......           26,080  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   4 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                                    .......          150,247  .......            8,000  .......          135,497  .......          -14,750  .......         +127,497
   6 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                               3,817          112,783    3,817  ...............    3,817          112,783  .......  ...............  .......         +112,783     FLARE, IR MJU-7B
   8 CAD/PAD                                                  .......           33,867  .......           33,867  .......           33,867  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   9 EXPLOSIVE ORDINANCE DISPOSAL (EOD)                       .......            3,198  .......            3,198  .......            3,198  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  10 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                  .......            4,726  .......            4,726  .......            4,726  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  11 MODIFICATIONS                                            .......              935  .......              935  .......              935  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  12 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000                               .......            4,169  .......            4,169  .......            4,169  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     FUZES
  13 FLARES                                                   .......          274,921  .......          168,871  .......          274,921  .......  ...............  .......         +106,050
  14 FUZES                                                    .......           70,808  .......           70,808  .......           70,808  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE              .......          865,265  .......          338,842  .......          850,515  .......          -14,750  .......         +511,673     WEAPONS
  15 SMALL ARMS                                               .......            3,652  .......            3,652  .......            3,652  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE        .......          868,917  .......          342,494  .......          854,167  .......          -14,750  .......         +511,673
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                 2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                           Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
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    4 GENEERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                                         150,247          135,497          -14,750
          BLU-122 termination                                ...............  ...............          -14,750
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                      Other Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $15,493,486,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  15,421,162,000
House allowance.........................................  15,255,186,000
Committee recommendation................................  15,517,127,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$15,517,127,000. This is $95,965,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                   OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE     VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT     PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES
   2 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLE                               .......           19,254  .......           19,254  .......           19,254  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES
   3 FAMILY MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE                           .......           32,737  .......  ...............  .......           32,737  .......  ...............  .......          +32,737
   5 CAP VEHICLES                                             .......              875  .......              875  .......              875  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES
   7 SECURITY AND TACTICAL VEHICLES                           .......           38,939  .......  ...............  .......           38,939  .......  ...............  .......          +38,939     FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
   8 FIRE FIGHTING/CRASH RESCUE VEHICLES                      .......           27,016  .......           27,416  .......           27,016  .......  ...............  .......             -400     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT     BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
  10 RUNWAY SNOW REMOVAL & CLEANING EQUIP                     .......           25,919  .......           25,919  .......           25,919  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  11 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                      .......           47,351  .......           47,351  .......           47,351  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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  35       TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT                         .......          192,091  .......          120,815  .......          192,091  .......  ...............  .......          +71,276     ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP     COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT (COMSEC)
  13 COMSEC EQUIPMENT                                         .......          180,186  .......          119,186  .......          180,186  .......  ...............  .......          +61,000
  14 MODIFICATIONS (COMSEC)                                   .......            1,526  .......            1,526  .......            1,526  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS
  15 INTELLIGENCE TRAINING EQUIPMENT                          .......            3,057  .......            3,057  .......            3,057  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  16 INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP                                  .......           24,139  .......           24,139  .......           24,139  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS
  17 TRAFFIC CONTROL/LANDING                                  .......           12,821  .......           12,821  .......            8,821  .......           -4,000  .......           -4,000
  18 NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM                                 .......           50,429  .......           50,429  .......           50,429  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  19 THEATER AIR CONTROL SYS IMPRO                            .......           61,769  .......           61,769  .......           35,114  .......          -26,655  .......          -26,655
  20 WEATHER OBSERVATION FORECAST                             .......           23,650  .......           23,650  .......           27,650  .......           +4,000  .......           +4,000
  21 STRATEGIC COMMAND AND CONTROL                            .......           41,216  .......           41,216  .......           41,216  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  22 CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX                                .......           18,612  .......           18,612  .......           18,612  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  23 DRUG INTERDICTION SUPPORT                                .......              446  .......              446  .......              446  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     SPECIAL COMM--ELECTRONICS PROJECTS
  24 GENERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                           .......          113,348  .......          120,348  .......          113,348  .......  ...............  .......           -7,000
  25 AF GLOBAL COMMAND & CONTROL SYSTEM                       .......           14,319  .......           14,319  .......           14,319  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  26 MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL                             .......           10,420  .......           10,420  .......           10,420  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  27 AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEM                       .......           78,189  .......           80,689  .......           74,909  .......           -3,280  .......           -5,780
  28 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                   .......           33,423  .......           28,623  .......           99,923  .......          +66,500  .......          +71,300
  29 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COM                          .......           10,700  .......           10,700  .......           10,700  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  30 C3 COUNTERMEASURES                                       .......            7,421  .......            7,421  .......            7,421  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  31 GCSS-AF FOS                                              .......           27,798  .......           27,798  .......           27,798  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  32 THEATER BATTLE MGT C2 SYS                                .......           22,702  .......           24,702  .......           22,702  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
  33 AIR OPERATIONS CENTER (AOC)                              .......           43,659  .......           43,659  .......           43,659  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS
  34 BASE INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE                          .......          323,347  .......          325,347  .......          329,147  .......           +5,800  .......           +3,800
  35 USCENTCOM                                                .......          113,553  .......          113,553  .......           70,553  .......          -43,000  .......          -43,000     DISA PROGRAMS
  36 SPACE BASED IR SENSOR PROG SPACE                         .......            3,979  .......            3,979  .......            3,979  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  37 NAVSTAR GPS SPACE                                        .......           14,077  .......           14,077  .......           14,077  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  38 NUDET DETECTION SYS (NDS) SPACE                          .......           16,459  .......           16,459  .......           16,459  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  39 AF SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK SPACE                       .......           50,268  .......           50,268  .......           50,268  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  40 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE                             .......          122,559  .......          122,559  .......          122,559  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  41 MILSATCOM SPACE                                          .......          116,902  .......          118,902  .......          116,902  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
  42 SPACE MODS SPACE                                         .......           26,490  .......           26,490  .......           26,490  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  43 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEM                                      .......           22,846  .......           22,846  .......           22,846  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     ORGANIZATION AND BASE
  44 TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT                                   .......          208,863  .......          215,363  .......          194,563  .......          -14,300  .......          -20,800
  45 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATER                           .......           27,174  .......           27,174  .......           27,174  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  46 RADIO EQUIPMENT                                          .......           12,235  .......           12,235  .......           12,235  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  47 TV EQUIPMENT (AFRTV)                                     .......            3,110  .......            3,110  .......            3,110  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  48 CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT                               .......            9,839  .......            9,839  .......            9,839  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  49 BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE                                 .......          115,606  .......          119,606  .......          126,106  .......          +10,500  .......           +6,500
  50 ITEMS LESS THAN $2M                                      .......  ...............  .......            3,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           -3,000     MODIFICATIONS
  51 COMM ELECT MODS                                          .......           35,460  .......           35,460  .......           35,460  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP    .......        2,002,597  .......        1,965,797  .......        1,998,162  .......           -4,435  .......          +32,365     OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP     PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP
  52 NIGHT VISION GOGGLES                                     .......           21,251  .......           23,251  .......           21,251  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
  53 ITEMS LESS THAN $2M (SAFETY)                             .......  ...............  .......            1,500  .......            1,500  .......           +1,500  .......  ...............     DEPOT PLANT + MATERIALS HANDLING EQ
  54 MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDLING                             .......           22,177  .......           22,177  .......           22,177  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  55 BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT                                  .......           17,360  .......           24,360  .......           22,360  .......           +5,000  .......           -2,000
  57 AIR BASE OPERABILITY                                     .......            6,221  .......            6,221  .......            6,221  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  58 PRODUCTIVITY CAPITAL INVESTMENT                          .......            3,035  .......            3,035  .......            3,035  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  59 MOBILITY EQUIPMENT                                       .......           36,932  .......           36,932  .......           36,932  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  60 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (BASE SUPPORT)                       .......           53,876  .......           56,376  .......           39,976  .......          -13,900  .......          -16,400     SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS
  62 DARP RC135                                               .......           22,532  .......           22,532  .......           22,532  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  63 DARP, MRIGS                                              .......          197,806  .......          199,806  .......          197,806  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000
  65 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM                                   .......          532,214  .......          532,214  .......          532,214  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  66 DEFENSE SPACE RECONNAISSANCE PROGRAM                     .......           15,573  .......           15,573  .......           15,573  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP    .......          928,977  .......          943,977  .......          921,577  .......           -7,400  .......          -22,400     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS
  67 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                  .......           27,935  .......           27,935  .......           22,135  .......           -5,800  .......           -5,800
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                      .......       12,269,562  .......       12,196,662  .......       12,383,162  .......         +113,600  .......         +186,500
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           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                .......       15,421,162  .......       15,255,186  .......       15,517,127  .......          +95,965  .......         +261,941
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
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   17 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL &                 12,821            8,821           -4,000  ........................
       LANDING SYS
          MACS Readiness           ...............  ...............           -4,000  ........................
   19 THEATER AIR CONTROL SYS               61,769           35,114          -26,655  ........................
       IMPROVEMENT
          BCS-Mobile--Transfer to  ...............  ...............           -8,500  ........................
           RDAF, Line 146
          BCS-Mobile--Program      ...............  ...............          -18,155  ........................
           Delay
   20 WEATHER OBSERVATION                   23,650           27,650           +4,000  ........................
       FORECAST
          Fixed Base Weather       ...............  ...............           +4,000  Cantwell, Murray
           Observation Systems
   27 AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY           78,189           74,909           -3,280  ........................
       SYSTEM
          Non-Strategic Security   ...............  ...............           -5,280  ........................
           Systems--Reduction to
           Growth
          Ground Space Electronic  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Salazar
           Security System,
           Schriever AFB
   28 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                33,423           99,923          +66,500  ........................
          Training Range           ...............  ...............          +40,000  Committee Initiative
           Enhancements
          Red Flag PARC Upgrades   ...............  ...............          +26,500  Stevens
   34 BASE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE             323,347          329,147           +5,800  ........................
          Integrated Imagery       ...............  ...............           +5,800  Reid
           Network--Nevada
           National Guard
   35 USCENTCOM                            113,553           70,553          -43,000  ........................
          Construction Delays      ...............  ...............          -43,000  ........................
   44 TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT               208,863          194,563          -14,300  ........................
          Theater Deployable       ...............  ...............          -14,800  ........................
           Communications
          Senior Scout--ROVER III  ...............  ...............             +500  Bennett, Hatch
   49 BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE             115,606          126,106          +10,500  ........................
          Alaska Land Mobile       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Stevens
           Radio [ALMR]
          Great Plains Joint       ...............  ...............             +500  Brownback
           Regional Training
           Center
          AK NORAD Comm            ...............  ...............           +8,000  Stevens
           Survivability and
           Diversity
   53 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000   ...............            1,500           +1,500  ........................
       (SAFETY)
          Rescue Streamer          ...............  ...............           +1,500  Akaka
           Distress Signal Kits
   55 BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT               17,360           22,360           +5,000  ........................
          Laser Marksmanship       ...............  ...............           +5,000  Mikulski
           Training System (LMTS)
   60 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000            53,876           39,976          -13,900  ........................
       (BASE S)
          Reduction to Growth      ...............  ...............          -15,400  ........................
          Life Support Radio Test  ...............  ...............           +1,500  Brownback
           Sets
   67 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS               27,935           22,135           -5,800  ........................
          Ahead of Need            ...............  ...............           -5,800  ........................
  999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS               12,269,562       12,383,162         +113,600  ........................
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                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2007....................................  $2,903,292,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................   3,318,834,000
House allowance.........................................   3,335,637,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,246,843,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,246,843,000. This is $71,991,000 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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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
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                    PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE     MAJOR EQUIPMENT     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD
   1 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD                                     .......           98,063  .......           99,163  .......           98,063  .......  ...............  .......           -1,100     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NSA
   4 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM (ISSP)              .......            8,145  .......            8,145  .......            8,145  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS
   8 WHS MOTOR VEHICLES                                             1              175        1              175        1              175  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   9 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS                                     .......           22,393  .......           22,393  .......           22,393  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA
  11 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY                             .......           45,564  .......           45,564  .......           38,564  .......           -7,000  .......           -7,000
  13 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS                           .......           10,779  .......           10,779  .......           10,779  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  14 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                             .......            2,596  .......            2,596  .......            2,596  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  15 TELEPORT PROGRAM                                         .......           39,082  .......           39,082  .......           39,082  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  16 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                      .......          127,177  .......          127,177  .......          127,177  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  17 NET CENTRIC ENTERPRISE SERVICES (NCES)                   .......           10,836  .......           10,836  .......           10,836  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  18 DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS NETWORK                      .......           48,946  .......           48,946  .......           48,946  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  19 PUBLIC KEY INFRASTRUCTURE                                .......            1,909  .......            1,909  .......            1,909  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA
  26 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                          .......            8,971  .......            8,971  .......            8,971  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCAA
  27 MAJOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                      .......            1,522  .......            1,522  .......            1,522  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS
  28 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS                                     .......           24,234  .......           26,234  .......           24,234  .......  ...............  .......           -2,000     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DHRA
  29 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                                 .......            7,013  .......            7,013  .......            7,013  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY
  32 OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                    .......            4,624  .......            4,624  .......            4,624  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS
  34 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS                                    .......            2,361  .......            2,361  .......            2,361  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODDE
  35 AUTOMATION/EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT & LOGISTICS               .......            1,500  .......            1,500  .......            1,500  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCMA
  36 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                          .......            2,092  .......            2,092  .......            2,092  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DTSA     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, BTA
  39 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, BTA                                     .......            7,330  .......            7,330  .......            7,330  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
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           TOTAL, MAJOR EQUIPMENT                             .......          475,312  .......          478,412  .......          468,312  .......           -7,000  .......          -10,100     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND     AVIATION PROGRAMS
  40 SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES AND SUSTAINMENT                 .......           74,414  .......           74,164  .......           74,164  .......             -250  .......  ...............
  43 MH-47 SLEP                                               .......           61,254  .......           61,254  .......           61,254  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  44 MH-60 SOF MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                          .......           76,756  .......           76,756  .......           76,756  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  45 NON-STANDARD AVIATION                                    .......           22,513  .......           22,513  .......           22,513  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  46 SOF TANKER RECAPITALIZATION                              .......           18,565  .......           18,565  .......           18,565  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  47 MC-130H COMBAT TALON II                                  .......           38,302  .......           38,302  .......           38,302  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  48 CV-22 SOF MODIFICATION                                         5          238,636        5          238,636        4          215,214       -1          -23,422       -1          -23,422
  50 C-130 MODIFICATIONS                                      .......          133,477  .......          133,477  .......          101,477  .......          -32,000  .......          -32,000
  51 AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                         .......            1,322  .......            1,322  .......            1,322  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     SHIPBUILDING
  52 ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS (ASDS)                        .......           10,621  .......           10,621  .......           10,621  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  53 MK VIII MOD 1--SEAL DELIVERY VEH                         .......            8,080  .......            8,080  .......            8,080  .......  ...............  .......  ...............     AMMUNITION PROGRAMS
  54 SOF ORDNANCE REPLENISHMENT                               .......           51,837  .......           51,837  .......           51,837  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  55 SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION                                 .......           26,509  .......           26,509  .......           23,409  .......           -3,100  .......           -3,100     OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS
  56 COMM EQUIPMENT & ELECTRONICS                             .......          175,073  .......          175,073  .......          175,073  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  57 SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS                                 .......           70,943  .......           73,443  .......           70,943  .......  ...............  .......           -2,500
  58 SMALL ARMS & WEAPONS                                     .......          160,087  .......          164,459  .......          170,587  .......          +10,500  .......           +6,128
  60 MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODS                                  .......            2,952  .......            2,952  .......            2,952  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  61 SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES                   .......           12,047  .......           12,047  .......           12,047  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  62 SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS                              .......           17,038  .......           17,038  .......           21,538  .......           +4,500  .......           +4,500
  63 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                  .......            3,651  .......            3,651  .......            3,651  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  65 TACTICAL VEHICLES                                        .......           10,612  .......           10,612  .......           10,612  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  66 MISSION TRAINING AND PREPARATIONS SYSTEMS                .......           70,014  .......           70,014  .......           70,014  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  67 COMBAT MISSION REQUIREMENTS                              .......           20,000  .......           20,000  .......           20,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  68 MILCON COLLATERAL EQUIPMENT                              .......           12,500  .......           12,500  .......           12,500  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  69 UNMANNED VEHICLES                                        .......           37,107  .......           29,307  .......           29,307  .......           -7,800  .......  ...............
  71 SOF MARITIME EQUIPMENT                                   .......            6,973  .......            6,973  .......            6,973  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  73 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                  .......           17,644  .......           25,144  .......           17,644  .......  ...............  .......           -7,500
  74 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                             .......          366,024  .......          366,024  .......          370,024  .......           +4,000  .......           +4,000
  75 PSYOP EQUIPMENT                                          .......           76,198  .......           67,579  .......           58,579  .......          -17,619  .......           -9,000
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           TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                  .......        1,821,149  .......        1,818,852  .......        1,755,958  .......          -65,191  .......          -62,894     CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE     CBDP
  76 INSTALLATION FORCE PROTECTION                            .......           86,418  .......           96,418  .......           87,418  .......           +1,000  .......           -9,000
  77 INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION                                    .......          127,537  .......          127,537  .......          127,537  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  78 DECONTAMINATION                                          .......           28,639  .......           28,639  .......           42,139  .......          +13,500  .......          +13,500
  79 JOINT BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                         .......           55,991  .......           55,991  .......           55,991  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  80 COLLECTIVE PROTECTION                                    .......           38,857  .......           39,857  .......           39,857  .......           +1,000  .......  ...............
  81 CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE                                  .......          211,311  .......          211,311  .......          196,011  .......          -15,300  .......          -15,300
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE                 .......          548,753  .......          559,753  .......          548,953  .......             +200  .......          -10,800     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                      .......          473,620  .......          478,620  .......          473,620  .......  ...............  .......           -5,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE                   .......        3,318,834  .......        3,335,637  .......        3,246,843  .......          -71,991  .......           88,794
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   11 INFORMATION SYSTEMS                   45,564           38,564           -7,000  ........................
       SECURITY
          Insider Threat--Program  ...............  ...............           -7,000  ........................
           delays
   40 ROTARY WING UPGRADES AND              74,414           74,164             -250  ........................
       SUSTAINMENT
          MH-53 Modifications      ...............  ...............             -250  ........................
   48 CV-22 SOF MOD                        238,636          215,214          -23,422  ........................
          Ahead of Need            ...............  ...............          -23,422  ........................
   50 C-130 MODIFICATIONS                  133,477          101,477          -32,000  ........................
          Center Wing NRE--        ...............  ...............          -13,000  ........................
           Unjustified Request
          30mm Modification--Risk  ...............  ...............          -19,000  ........................
           Reduction
   55 SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION              26,509           23,409           -3,100  ........................
          MAAWS--Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -3,100  ........................
           Request
   58 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS               160,087          170,587          +10,500  ........................
          PLTD--Unjustified        ...............  ...............           -8,400  ........................
           Growth
          MK47 Mod 0 Striker 40    ...............  ...............           +6,000  Collins, Lott, Snowe
          SOVAS Handheld Imager    ...............  ...............           +6,000  Gregg, Sununu
          Fusion Goggle System     ...............  ...............           +3,900  Gregg, Sununu
           [FGS]
          SU-232 Thermal Sight     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Gregg, Sununu
   62 SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS           17,038           21,538           +4,500  ........................
          Special Operations       ...............  ...............           +4,500  Lott
           Craft--Riverine
   69 UNMANNED VEHICLES                     37,107           29,307           -7,800  ........................
          UAV Sensors              ...............  ...............           -7,800  ........................
   74 SOF OPERATIONAL                      366,024          370,024           +4,000  ........................
       ENHANCEMENTS
          Mission Helmet           ...............  ...............           +4,000  Gregg, Sununu
           Recording System
   75 PSYOP EQUIPMENT                       76,198           58,579          -17,619  ........................
          Leaflet Delivery System  ...............  ...............           -8,619  ........................
          SOMS-B--Risk Reduction   ...............  ...............           -9,000  ........................
   76 INSTALLATION FORCE                    86,418           87,418           +1,000  ........................
       PROTECTION
          First Responders         ...............  ...............           +1,000  Vitter
           Integrated
           Communications Device--
           Louisiana National
           Guard WMD-CST
   78 DECONTAMINATION                       28,639           42,139          +13,500  ........................
          Joint Transportable      ...............  ...............           +8,500  Hagel
           Decontamination
           System--Small Scale
          M291/M295 Skin           ...............  ...............           +5,000  Casey, Clinton, Lincoln,
           Decontamination                                                             Pryor, Schumer, Specter
   80 COLLECTIVE PROTECTION                 38,857           39,857           +1,000  ........................
          Chem Bio Protective      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Bond
           Shelter
   81 CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE              211,311          196,011          -15,300  ........................
          JNBCRS--HMMWV            ...............  ...............          -22,800  ........................
           Cancellation
          Joint Biological Point   ...............  ...............           +3,500  Burr, Dole
           Detection System
           [JBPDS]
          Joint Biological Stand-  ...............  ...............           +4,000  Shelby
           off Detection System
           [JBSDS]
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                  National Guard and Reserve Equipment

Appropriations, 2007....................................    $290,000,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................................
House allowance.........................................     925,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,000,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,000,000,000. This is $1,000,000,000 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]
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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                NATIONAL GUARD & RESERVE EQUIPMENT   1 NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT                     .......  ...............  .......          925,000  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......         -925,000     RESERVE EQUIPMENT     ARMY RESERVE
   1 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           50,000  .......          +50,000  .......          +50,000     NAVY RESERVE
   2 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           50,000  .......          +50,000  .......          +50,000     MARINE CORPS RESERVE
   3 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           50,000  .......          +50,000  .......          +50,000     AIR FORCE RESERVE
   4 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......           50,000  .......          +50,000  .......          +50,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESERVE EQUIPMENT                           .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......          200,000  .......         +200,000  .......         +200,000     NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT     ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
   5 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......          600,000  .......         +600,000  .......         +600,000     AIR NATIONAL GUARD
   6 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                  .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......          200,000  .......         +200,000  .......         +200,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT                    .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......          800,000  .......         +800,000  .......         +800,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD & RESERVE EQUIPMENT          .......  ...............  .......          925,000  .......        1,000,000  .......       +1,000,000  .......          +75,000
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                   committee recommended adjustments


                              army reserve

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

                              navy reserve

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

                          marine corps reserve

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

                           air force reserve

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

                          ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

    Miscellaneous Equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$600,000,000 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 
$200,000,000 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:
    AESA Radar for F-15 C/D, Advanced Mission Extender Device 
[AMXD], Advanced Situational Awareness System, AN/AA Q-24 Large 
Aircraft Infrared Countermeasure System, Combat Arms Training 
System, Combined Arms Virtual Trainers [CAVT], Command Post 
Node, F Series SINCGAR Radios, F-16 Full Mission Combat Trainer 
[FCMT], Flex Train Exportable Combat Training Capability 
[XCTC], Improved Chemical Agent Monitor [ICAM], Integrated 
Health Management System [IVHMS], Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing 
System (Quad-Eye), Warfighter Information Network Program--
Tactical, Joint Transportable Decontamination System--Small 
Scale [JSTDS-SS], Light Tactical Vehicles, Lightening Pods, 
Merino Wool Cushion Boot Socks, M-Gator, M1078A1 LMTV Cargo 
Truck, M1151 HMMWV Utility Truck, M22 Automatic Chemical Agent 
Alarm, PVS-7D Night Vision Goggles, RC-26B, Tabletop Full-
fidelity Trainers [TFT], Tabletop Gunnery Trainers [TGT], 
Tabletop Maneuver Trainers [TMT], Space Support Battalion 
Equipment Reset, TAS-8 Long Range Acquisition Scout 
Surveillance System, Thunder Radar Pod, TRC 190 Line of Sight 
Communication, TTC-56 Single Shelter Switch, Upgrade C-21 
Fleet, Up-Armored HMMWV and Tactical Truck Crew Trainer 
Program, Virtual Door Gunner Trainer [VDGT], Virtual Warrior 
Interactive [VWI], and the Warfighter Information Network--
Tactical [WIN-T].

                    Defense Production Act Purchases

Appropriations, 2007....................................     $63,184,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................      18,592,000
House allowance.........................................      64,092,000
Committee recommendation................................      65,092,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $65,092,000. 
This is $46,500,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                                  [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                                                  Change from
Line                            Item                              Qty.     2008 budget      Qty.   House allowance    Qty.      Committee    ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                             estimate                                         recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate    Qty.   House allowance
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES   1 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES                         .......           18,592  .......           64,092  .......           65,092  .......          +46,500  .......           +1,000
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT                18,592           65,092          +46,500  ........................
       PURCHASES
          Automated Composite      ...............  ...............          +10,000  Bennett, Hatch
           Technologies and
           Manufacturing Center
          Domestic Armstrong       ...............  ...............           +5,000  Durbin
           Titanium Production
          Flexible Aerogels        ...............  ...............           +5,000  Reed
           Materials Supplier
           Initiative
          Read Out Integrated      ...............  ...............           +3,000  Craig
           Circuit Manufacturing
           Improvement
          Photovoltaic Solar Cell  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Encapsulant
          Reactive Plastic CO2     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Biden, Carper
           Absorbent Production
           Capacity
          POSS Nanotechnology      ...............  ...............           +3,000  Lott
           Engineering Scale-Up
           Initiative
          Lightweight Ammunition   ...............  ...............           +3,500  Cochran
           and Armor Initiative
          Microclimate Cooling     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bunning
           Systems
          Titanium Metal Matrix    ...............  ...............          +10,000  Byrd
           Nano Enhanced Titanium
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Strategic and Critical Materials.--As the Defense National 
Stockpile continues to reduce its inventory of strategic and 
critical materials, the Committee is concerned about access to 
today's critical materials that may be needed by U.S. defense 
industries in case of a major international emergency. The 
Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to submit a report 
to the congressional defense committees no later than March 31, 
2008, which describes the materials critical to the strategic 
defense interests of the United States, the domestic suppliers 
of those materials and their reliance on foreign sources of 
production, efforts by foreign countries to stockpile critical 
materials, and the steps that are being taken to ensure that 
strategic and critical materials not produced domestically will 
be available to support the defense needs of the United States 
during a protracted conflict.

                                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 2008 budget requests a total of 
$75,117,194,000 for research, development, test and evaluation 
appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations totaling $75,382,046,000 for fiscal 
year 2008. This is $264,852,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations for fiscal year 2008 are summarized 
below:

                      SUMMARY OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2008 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
    Army........................................................      10,589,604      11,355,005        +765,401
    Navy........................................................      17,075,536      17,472,210        +396,674
    Air Force...................................................      26,711,940      26,070,841        -641,099
    Defense-Wide................................................      20,559,850      20,303,726        -256,124
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense........................         180,264         180,264  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      75,117,194      75,382,046        +264,852
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       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. 1547, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008.
    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

    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Program Element 
Codes and Budget Justification Documents.--At the request of 
Congress, the Government Accountability Office [GAO] recently 
completed a review of the Defense Department's research, 
development, test and evaluation [RDT&E;] program element code 
structure and of the RDT&E; budget justification documents that 
are provided annually to Congress in support of the President's 
budget request. The Committee relies heavily on program element 
codes and budget justification documents during its budget 
review and believes that improvements could be made to enhance 
visibility over the Department's efforts and to provide 
stronger justification for requested funding. The Committee 
will work with the Department of Defense to achieve this goal 
in time for preparation of the fiscal year 2010 budget 
submission. Areas in need of improvement include, but are not 
limited to, the correlation of program element codes with the 
activities funded under the program element; the provision of 
specific information about activities conducted and 
accomplishments achieved with prior year funding; information 
on planned activities and their costs for the budget year at 
the project level; the improvement of cross references among 
projects; provision of schedules that identify key events; 
updates to narratives that reflect prior years' events; and the 
implementation of a more informative display of programmatic, 
schedule and budgetary changes.
    F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.--The Committee is disappointed 
that the Department of Defense did not continue funding to 
support the development of an alternative engine for the F-35 
Joint Strike Fighter in the fiscal year 2008 budget request. 
Although the Committee recognizes that the Department of 
Defense faces difficult budget challenges, the Committee also 
believes it is premature to cancel the second engine source. 
Experience with the F-16 Fighter program demonstrated that 
engine competition led to a more reliable, better performing 
and lower cost engine. The Committee believes that competition 
for the F-35 engine is critical to procuring the best value 
engine at the lowest price and that competition will likely 
lead to an overall savings across the life cycle of the fighter 
program. Therefore, the Committee recommends an additional 
$240,000,000 in both the Navy and Air Force Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation accounts. The Committee also 
directs the Department of Defense to fund the continued 
development of both engines in future budget submissions.
    Conventional TRIDENT Missile.--The budget request includes 
$175,400,000 to develop a prompt global strike capability using 
existing TRIDENT II (D-5) missiles with conventional payloads. 
The Committee recommends no funding for that program. Basic 
issues with the use of the conventional TRIDENT missile remain; 
these issues include the possibility of misinterpretation as a 
nuclear missile launch, the effect of diverting strategic 
system assets for conventional uses and the exposure of 
strategic submarine locations. As such, the Committee instead 
recommends funds to consider other options, including land and 
air-based alternatives. To encourage a different perspective in 
addressing the problem, the Committee is providing $125,000,000 
in the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide 
appropriation for prompt global strike. The funds shall be used 
for engineering and development of alternatives to the 
conventional TRIDENT missile program. Specific areas of 
interest include research on re-entry systems (including FALCON 
CAV, formerly funded through the Defense Advanced Research 
Projects Agency), strategic policy compliance, advanced 
guidance, navigation and control technologies, weapon system 
command and control, intermediate range missile concepts, 
advanced nonnuclear warheads and other mission enabling 
capabilities that address emerging requirements.
    Science and Technology.--The Committee notes that the 
changing warfighting environment requires continued investment 
in new, forward-looking capabilities. The Committee directs the 
Secretary of Defense to provide a report to the congressional 
defense committees that details the Department's mid- and long-
term science and technology strategic plans to address the 
changing threat environment and to ensure that our warfighters 
continue to maintain the technological edge over our 
adversaries. The report is due with the fiscal year 2009 budget 
submission.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $11,054,958,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  10,589,604,000
House allowance.........................................  11,509,540,000
Committee recommendation................................  11,355,005,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$11,355,005,000. This is $765,401,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT,
         TEST & EVAL, ARMY     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY                19,266          19,266          22,266          +3,000          +3,000
      INDEPENDENT RESEARCH
   2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES         137,676         161,176         147,176          +9,500         -14,000
   3 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH                64,843          74,743          80,843         +16,000          +6,100
      INITIATIVES
   4 UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY            84,034          96,784         104,834         +20,800          +8,050
      RESEARCH CENTERS
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC                305,819         351,969         355,119         +49,300          +3,150
            RESEARCH     APPLIED RESEARCH
   5 MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY               18,614          47,989          52,264         +33,650          +4,275
   6 SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC             39,826          62,826          44,026          +4,200         -18,800
      SURVIVABILITY
   7 TRACTOR HIP                         4,367           4,367           4,367  ..............  ..............
   8 AVIATION TECHNOLOGY                42,567          46,567          41,567          -1,000          -5,000
   9 ELECTRONIC WARFARE                 16,411          25,411          26,411         +10,000          +1,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  10 MISSILE TECHNOLOGY                 53,038          60,538          59,038          +6,000          -1,500
  11 ADVANCED WEAPONS                   19,342          21,342          32,342         +13,000         +11,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  12 ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND              16,654          19,654          20,654          +4,000          +1,000
      SIMULATION
  13 COMBAT VEHICLE AND                 53,342          93,842          66,342         +13,000         -27,500
      AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
  14 BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY              55,014          64,014          59,814          +4,800          -4,200
  15 CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND                 2,235           7,735           5,235          +3,000          -2,500
      EQUIPMENT DEFEATING
      TECHNOLOGY
  16 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS            7,008           7,008           7,008  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM
  17 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS              40,469          87,669          75,169         +34,700         -12,500
      TECHNOLOGY
  18 ELECTRONICS AND                    43,391          88,791          78,491         +35,100         -10,300
      ELECTRONIC DEVICES
  19 NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY            24,391          40,391          26,391          +2,000         -14,000
  20 COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS                21,795          21,795          25,795          +4,000          +4,000
  21 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING          17,426          44,426          17,426  ..............         -27,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  22 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY              15,809          25,309          17,009          +1,200          -8,300
      TECHNOLOGY
  23 COMMAND, CONTROL,                  22,215          38,465          23,715          +1,500         -14,750
      COMMUNICATIONS
      TECHNOLOGY
  24 COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE               5,368          11,368           5,368  ..............          -6,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  25 MILITARY ENGINEERING               51,120          54,620          56,720          +5,600          +2,100
      TECHNOLOGY
  26 MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/                16,208          16,208          16,208  ..............  ..............
      TRAINING TECHNOLOGY
  27 WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY              23,083          33,583          33,583         +10,500  ..............
  28 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                 76,544         183,334         106,544         +30,000         -76,790
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED              686,237       1,107,252         901,487        +215,250        -205,750
            RESEARCH     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
      DEVELOPMENT
  29 WARFIGHTER ADVANCED                47,065          57,495          75,765         +28,700         +18,270
      TECHNOLOGY
  30 MEDICAL ADVANCED                   53,274         287,474         134,924         +81,650        -152,550
      TECHNOLOGY
  31 AVIATION ADVANCED                  53,890          77,390          93,190         +15,800         +39,300
      TECHNOLOGY
  32 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS              59,389          85,889          62,189          +2,800         -23,700
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
  33 COMBAT VEHICLE AND                131,436         197,386         193,321         +61,885          -4,065
      AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED
      TECHNOLOGY
  34 COMMAND, CONTROL,                  12,255          14,255          12,255  ..............          -2,000
      COMMUNICATIONS ADVANCED
      TECHNOLOGY
  35 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND             6,783           6,783           6,783  ..............  ..............
      TRAINING ADVANCED
      TECHNOLOGY
  36 ELECTRONIC WARFARE                 49,199          58,449          49,199  ..............          -9,250
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
  37 TRACTOR HIKE                       12,633          12,633          12,633  ..............  ..............
  38 NEXT GENERATION TRAINING           18,723          22,223          21,723          +3,000            -500
      & SIMULATION SYSTEMS
  39 TRACTOR ROSE                        6,526           6,526           6,526  ..............  ..............
  40 IED DEFEAT TECHNOLOGY      ..............           3,000  ..............  ..............          -3,000
      DEVELOPMENT (0603100A)
  41 EXPLOSIVES                         10,349          13,349          19,849          +9,500          +6,500
      DEMILITARIZATION
      TECHNOLOGY
  42 MILITARY HIV RESEARCH               6,998          16,998           6,998  ..............         -10,000
  43 COMBATING TERRORISM,               13,061          13,061          13,061  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  45 ELECTRONIC WARFARE                 17,419          44,919          23,419          +6,000         -21,500
      TECHNOLOGY
  46 MISSILE AND ROCKET                 60,353          72,353          69,353          +9,000          -3,000
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
  47 TRACTOR CAGE                       18,448          18,448          18,448  ..............  ..............
  48 LANDMINE WARFARE AND               25,315          27,315          29,315          +4,000          +2,000
      BARRIER ADVANCED
      TECHNOLOGY
  49 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS            8,097           9,347           8,097  ..............          -1,250
      PROGRAM
  50 NIGHT VISION ADVANCED              35,892          44,892          47,892         +12,000          +3,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  51 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY              14,982          14,982          14,982  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY
      DEMONSTRATIONS
  52 MILITARY ENGINEERING                6,837          22,037          15,037          +8,200          -7,000
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
  53 ADVANCED TACTICAL                  67,011          78,511          67,631            +620         -10,880
      COMPUTER SCIENCE &
      SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED             735,935       1,205,715       1,002,590        +266,655        -203,125
            TECHNOLOGY
            DEVELOPMENT     DEMONSTRATION &
      VALIDATION
  54 UNIQUE ITEM                           668             668             668  ..............  ..............
      IDENTIFICATION (UID)
  55 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE               14,389          59,389         112,389         +98,000         +53,000
      SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
  56 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE               17,421          29,321          39,621         +22,200         +10,300
      SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
      (SPACE)
  57 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE           176,142         178,142         170,142          -6,000          -8,000
      SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
  58 JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND                53,500          53,500          53,500  ..............  ..............
      MISSILE (JAGM)
  59 LANDMINE WARFARE AND               24,737          24,737          24,737  ..............  ..............
      BARRIER--ADV DEV
  60 SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND               19,449          19,449           6,449         -13,000         -13,000
      TARGET DEFEATING SYS--
      ADV DEV
  61 TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER            44,578          44,578          48,578          +4,000          +4,000
      AMMUNITION
  62 ADVANCED TANK ARMAMENT            142,486         144,986         142,486  ..............          -2,500
      SYSTEM (ATAS)
  63 SOLDIER SUPPORT AND                 4,787           4,787           5,787          +1,000          +1,000
      SURVIVABILITY
  65 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS                3,454           3,454           3,454  ..............  ..............
      ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT
  66 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY               6,149          20,799          20,149         +14,000            -650
      TECHNOLOGY
  67 WARFIGHTER INFORMATION            222,296         356,296         222,296  ..............        -134,000
      NETWORK--TACTICAL
  68 NATO RESEARCH AND                   4,959           4,959           4,959  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
  69 AVIATION--ADV DEV                   6,481           6,481           6,481  ..............  ..............
  70 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER             27,499          27,499          27,499  ..............  ..............
      EQUIPMENT--ADV DEV
  71 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT             19,054          19,054          13,554          -5,500          -5,500
      CONTROL SYSTEM
      EVALUATION
  72 MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV           12,479          23,479          22,979         +10,500            -500
  73 SOLDIER SYSTEMS--ADVANCED          18,178          22,478          16,778          -1,400          -5,700
      DEVELOPMENT
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,                      818,706       1,044,056         942,506        +123,800        -101,550
            DEMONSTRATION &
            VALIDATION     ENGINEERING &
      MANUFACTURING
      DEVELOPMENT
  76 AIRCRAFT AVIONICS                  57,786          57,786          57,786  ..............  ..............
  77 ARMED, DEPLOYABLE OH-58D           82,310         129,310         182,310        +100,000         +53,000
  78 ELECTRONIC WARFARE                 55,716          55,716          58,016          +2,300          +2,300
      DEVELOPMENT
  81 TRACTOR CAGE                       17,821          17,821          17,821  ..............  ..............
  83 INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS           45,229          53,229          57,229         +12,000          +4,000
  84 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES            1,994           4,794           4,494          +2,500            -300
  85 SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND                1,347           1,347           1,347  ..............  ..............
      TARGET DEFEATING SYS--
      SDD
  86 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL            1,947           2,947          11,947         +10,000          +9,000
      VEHICLES
  87 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                 8,956           8,956           8,956  ..............  ..............
  88 LIGHT TACTICAL WHEELED             82,300          55,300          38,800         -43,500         -16,500
      VEHICLES
  90 NON-LIGHT OF SIGHT LAUNCH         253,410         253,410         255,010          +1,600          +1,600
      SYSTEM
  91 NON-LINE OF SIGHT CANNON          137,802         137,802         137,802  ..............  ..............
  92 FCS MANNED GRD VEHICLES &         696,333         506,033         696,333  ..............        +190,300
      COMMON GRD VEHICLE
  93 FCS SYSTEMS OF SYSTEMS          1,589,466       1,422,466       1,589,466  ..............        +167,000
      ENGR & PROGRAM MGMT
  94 FCS RECONNAISSANCE (UAV)           41,164          42,264          41,164  ..............          -1,100
      PLATFORMS
  95 FCS UNMANNED GROUND                90,667          87,567          90,667  ..............          +3,100
      VEHICLES
  96 FCS UNATTENDED GROUND              10,999          10,999          10,999  ..............  ..............
      SENSORS
  97 FCS SUSTAINMENT &                 678,781         631,781         678,781  ..............         +47,000
      TRAINING R&D;
  98 MODULAR BRIGADE                    64,796          64,796          64,796  ..............  ..............
      ENHANCEMENT
  99 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--SDD          44,619          44,619          47,619          +3,000          +3,000
 100 COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING,           2,501           2,501           2,501  ..............  ..............
      AND EQUIPMENT
 101 NON-SYSTEM TRAINING                35,992          35,992          35,992  ..............  ..............
      DEVICES--SDD
 102 AIR DEFENSE COMMAND,               21,513          21,513          21,513  ..............  ..............
      CONTROL AND
      INTELLIGENCE--SDD
 103 CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION            31,962          31,962          31,962  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 104 AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT           18,025          18,025           8,025         -10,000         -10,000
      DEVELOPMENT
 105 DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE           16,594          18,744          16,594  ..............          -2,150
      SIMULATIONS (DIS)--SDD
 106 COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL             37,035          37,035          37,035  ..............  ..............
      TRAINER (CATT) CORE
 107 JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT            2,786           2,786           2,786  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEM
 108 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--            55,368          68,368          57,368          +2,000         -11,000
      SDD
 109 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER             45,009          48,009          45,009  ..............          -3,000
      EQUIPMENT--SDD
 110 COMMAND, CONTROL,                  10,047          10,047          10,047  ..............  ..............
      COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS--
      SDD
 111 MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL           15,823          22,323          22,323          +6,500  ..............
      BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
      EQUIPMENT
 112 LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--        142,315         146,315         157,958         +15,643         +11,643
      SDD
 114 ARTILLERY MUNITIONS                63,039          65,039           7,089         -55,950         -57,950
 115 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION              11,362          11,362          11,362  ..............  ..............
 116 ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND &            99,202          99,202         101,302          +2,100          +2,100
      CONTROL HARDWARE &
      SOFTWARE
 117 RADAR DEVELOPMENT                   7,067           7,067           7,067  ..............  ..............
 118 GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE            53,559         112,600         112,600         +59,041  ..............
      BUSINESS SYSTEM (GFEBS)
 119 FIREFINDER                         77,279          77,279          77,279  ..............  ..............
 120 SOLDIER SYSTEMS--WARRIOR   ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
      DEM/VAL
 121 ARTILLERY SYSTEMS                  24,221          24,221          24,221  ..............  ..............
 122 PATRIOT/MEADS COMBINED            372,146         372,146         372,146  ..............  ..............
      AGGREGATE PROGRAM (CAP)
 123 NUCLEAR ARMS CONTROL                7,300           7,300           7,300  ..............  ..............
      MONITORING SENSOR
      NETWORK
 124 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY            103,485         106,485         104,485          +1,000          -2,000
      DEVELOPMENT
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING        5,217,073       4,937,264       5,325,307        +108,234        +388,043
            & MANUFACTURING
            DEVELOPMENT     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 126 THREAT SIMULATOR                   21,887          23,887          21,887  ..............          -2,000
      DEVELOPMENT
 127 TARGET SYSTEMS                     13,499          15,999          18,499          +5,000          +2,500
      DEVELOPMENT
 128 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT               66,921          66,921          66,921  ..............  ..............
 130 RAND ARROYO CENTER                 16,342          18,342          20,342          +4,000          +2,000
 131 ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL              182,136         182,136         182,136  ..............  ..............
 132 CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION           34,004          38,004          29,466          -4,538          -8,538
      PROGRAM
 133 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATIVE  ..............           3,000  ..............  ..............          -3,000
      RESEARCH (0605502A)
 134 ARMY TEST RANGES AND              357,964         357,964         357,964  ..............  ..............
      FACILITIES
 135 ARMY TECHNICAL TEST                74,391          76,391          86,991         +12,600         +10,600
      INSTRUMENTATION AND
      TARGETS
 136 SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY            40,343          41,843          42,343          +2,000            +500
      ANALYSIS
 137 DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER               2,801           2,801           2,801  ..............  ..............
      TEST FACILITY
 138 AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION              4,688           4,688           4,688  ..............  ..............
 139 METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT TO           8,346           8,346           8,346  ..............  ..............
      RDT&E; ACTIVITIES
 141 MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS          16,526          16,526          16,526  ..............  ..............
 142 SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL             75,293          77,293          78,293          +3,000          +1,000
      TESTING
 143 ARMY EVALUATION CENTER             61,694          61,694          61,694  ..............  ..............
 144 SIMULATION & MODELING FOR           5,342           6,342           5,342  ..............          -1,000
      ACQ, RQTS, & TNG (SMART)
 145 PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITIES             73,718          73,718          73,718  ..............  ..............
 146 TECHNICAL INFORMATION              41,607          41,607          40,607          -1,000          -1,000
      ACTIVITIES
 147 MUNITIONS                          19,606          29,606          38,406         +18,800          +8,800
      STANDARDIZATION,
      EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY
 148 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY               4,958           4,958           4,958  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY MGMT SUPPORT
 149 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS            14,889          14,889          14,889  ..............  ..............
      (RESEARCH AND
      DEVELOPMENT)
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E;              1,136,955       1,166,955       1,176,817         +39,862          +9,862
            MANAGEMENT SUPPORT     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS
      DEVELOPMENT
 151 MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT           54,055          54,055          54,055  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM
 152 WEAPONS CAPABILITY                  3,900           3,900           3,900  ..............  ..............
      MODIFICATIONS UAV
 153 AEROSTAT JOINT PROJECT            481,251         481,251         481,251  ..............  ..............
      OFFICE
 154 ADV FIELD ARTILLERY                16,837          16,837          16,837  ..............  ..............
      TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM
 155 COMBAT VEHICLE                     27,615          35,115          36,415          +8,800          +1,300
      IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
 156 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM            43,961          45,961          43,961  ..............          -2,000
 157 AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/           325,643         330,143         324,143          -1,500          -6,000
      PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT
      PROGRAMS
 158 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT             476           1,476             476  ..............          -1,000
      IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 159 DIGITIZATION                        9,737           9,737           9,737  ..............  ..............
 160 FORCE XXI BATTLE COMMAND,          32,446          32,446          32,446  ..............  ..............
      BRIGADE AND BELOW
      (FBCB2)
 162 MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE                30,219          30,219          30,219  ..............  ..............
      PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT
      PROGRAM
 163 OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT               1,897           1,897           1,897  ..............  ..............
      IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
 164 TRACTOR CARD                       16,573          16,573          16,573  ..............  ..............
 165 JOINT TACTICAL                      1,536           1,536           1,536  ..............  ..............
      COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM
      (TRI--TAC)
 166 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND              23,462          23,462          23,462  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEM
 167 JOINT HIGH SPEED VESSEL             5,148           5,148           5,148  ..............  ..............
      (JHSV)
 169 SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE  ..............           5,500  ..............  ..............          -5,500
      ACTIVITIES
 170 INFORMATION SYSTEMS                28,332          32,282          28,332  ..............          -3,950
      SECURITY PROGRAM
 171 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT             129,689          94,689          59,689         -70,000         -35,000
      SYSTEM
 172 SATCOM GROUND ENVIRONMENT         107,849         107,849         107,849  ..............  ..............
      (SPACE)
 173 WWMCCS/GLOBAL COMMAND AND          24,836          24,836          24,836  ..............  ..............
      CONTROL SYSTEM
 174 JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL          10,415          10,415          10,415  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM (JC2)
 175 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL           97,947          97,947          97,947  ..............  ..............
      VEHICLES
 177 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/ ..............           6,000           7,000          +7,000          +1,000
      SURFACE SYSTEMS
 178 AVIONICS COMPONENT                  1,024           1,024           1,024  ..............  ..............
      IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 179 END ITEM INDUSTRIAL                66,869          78,869          84,869         +18,000          +6,000
      PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL        1,541,717       1,549,167       1,504,017         -37,700         -45,150
            SYSTEMS
            DEVELOPMENT 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS               147,162         147,162         147,162  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH,         10,589,604      11,509,540      11,355,005        +765,401        -154,535
            DEVELOPMENT, TEST
            & EVAL, ARMY
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 In-House Laboratory                   19,266           22,266           +3,000  ........................
       Independent Research
          Silicon Carbide Armor    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Bunning
           Manufacturing
           Initiative
    2 Defense Research Sciences            137,676          147,176           +9,500  ........................
          Activated                ...............  ...............           +1,500  Lincoln,Pryor
           Nanostructures for De-
           icing
          Document Exploitation    ...............  ...............           +1,000  Warner
           for Handwriting
           Recognition
          Flexible Electronics     ...............  ...............           +1,000  Specter
           Research Initiative
          Global Military          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Ensign, Reid
           Operating Environments
          Integrated nanosensors   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Graham
           for NBC threat
           detection
          Organic Semiconductor    ...............  ...............           +1,000  Cornyn
           Modeling and
           Simulation Research
          Semiconductor-based      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Craig, Crapo
           Nanotechnology
           Applications
    3 University Research                   64,843           80,843          +16,000  ........................
       Initiatives
          Burn and Shock Trauma    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Durbin
           Institute
          Hi-tech Eyes for the     ...............  ...............           +1,000  Hutchison
           Battlefield
          Low Temperature Vehicle  ...............  ...............           +1,000  Levin
           Performance Research
          Nanomedical              ...............  ...............           +2,000  Obama
           Technologies Research
          University Research      ...............  ...............          +10,000  Bayh, Clinton, Collins,
           Initiatives                                                                 Johnson, Kennedy,
                                                                                       Kerry, Levin,
                                                                                       Lieberman, Pryor,
                                                                                       Stabenow
    4 University and Industry               84,034          104,834          +20,800  ........................
       Research Centers
          H54 program adjustment   ...............  ...............           -1,400  ........................
          Center for Information   ...............  ...............           +1,000  Warner, Webb
           Assurance
          Detecting and            ...............  ...............           +1,500  Conrad, Dorgan
           Eradicating Corrosion
           in Army vehicles
          Electron Microprobe      ...............  ...............           +1,500  Burr
           Research
          Infotonics Research      ...............  ...............           +3,000  Clinton, Schumer
          Integrated Systems in    ...............  ...............           +1,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Sensing, Imaging and
           Communications
          MEMS Antenna for         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Conrad, Dorgan
           wireless comms/UAVs
          Modeling and Analysis    ...............  ...............           +1,000  Cochran, Lott
           of the Response of
           Structures
          Nanoscale Biosensor      ...............  ...............           +2,500  Lincoln, Pryor
           Research
          Nanotubes optimized for  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Martinez, Bill Nelson
           lightweight
           exceptional strength
          National Network         ...............  ...............           +2,000  McConnell
           Security test bed
          Transparent              ...............  ...............             +300  Johnson, Thune
           nanocomposite armor
          University-based         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Automotive Research
          Visualization for        ...............  ...............           +1,400  McConnell
           Training and
           Simulation in urban
           terrains
    5 Materials Technology                  18,614           52,264          +33,650  ........................
          3D Woven Ballistic       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reed, Whitehouse
           Materials for Future
           Combat Systems
          Advanced Ceramic         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Baucus, Tester
           Surface Engineering
           for helicopter
           compressor blades
          Complex-shaped armor     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Chambliss, Isakson
           for soldier torso and
           extremity protection
          Control system for       ...............  ...............             +400  Johnson
           laser powder
           deposition
          Future Affordable Multi- ...............  ...............           +8,000  Grassley, Harkin,
           utility Materials for                                                       Johnson
           Army Future Combat
           Systems
          Improvised Explosive     ...............  ...............             +400  Johnson, Thune
           Device simulation in
           different soils
          Multi-scale modeling of  ...............  ...............           +1,500  Durbin, Obama
           impact resistant
           materials for body
           armor
          Nanomanufacturing of     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Kennedy, Kerry
           multifunctional
           sensors
          Nanotechnologies         ...............  ...............           +5,000  Committee Initiative
           Initiative
          Next Generation          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Johnson, Thune
           lightweight electric
           drive systems for Army
           weapons
          Protection against       ...............  ...............           +4,000  Hagel, Ben Nelson
           Improvised Explosive
           Devices
          Titanium Fabrication     ...............  ...............           +1,350  Durbin
           for Military/
           Industrial equipment
          Ultra lightweight        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Durbin
           metallic armor
    6 Sensors and Electronic                39,826           44,026           +4,200  ........................
       Survivability
          H16 unjustified growth   ...............  ...............           -1,800  ........................
          SA2 program adjustment   ...............  ...............           -1,000  ........................
          Center for Advanced      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Clinton,Schumer
           Microelectronics
           Manufacturing (CAMM)
          Integrated Multi-Target  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bill Nelson
           Remote-Sensing
           Technology and Its
           Applications
          Nanophotonic devices     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hutchison
          S31 Technology           ...............  ...............           +1,000  Bingaman
    8 Aviation Technology                   42,567           41,567           -1,000  ........................
          Program adjustment       ...............  ...............           -3,000  ........................
          Composite small main     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Brownback, Dodd
           rotor blades
    9 Electronic Warfare                    16,411           26,411          +10,000  ........................
       Technology
          Dominant Military        ...............  ...............           +3,000  Kyl
           operations on
           urbanized Terrain
           Viewer
          Knowledge Integration    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Cardin, Mikulski
           and Management
          Silver Fox and Manta     ...............  ...............           +4,000  Kyl
           Unmanned Aerial
           Systems
   10 Missile Technology                    53,038           59,038           +6,000  ........................
          Mariah Hypersonic Wind   ...............  ...............           +5,000  Baucus, Tester
           Tunnel development
           program
          Novel Lightweight Armor  ...............  ...............           +1,000  Reid
           Material for
           Insensitive Munitions
           Protection of Tactical
           Missiles
   11 Advanced Weapons Technology           19,342           32,342          +13,000  ........................
          Army Missile and Space   ...............  ...............           +5,000  Shelby
           Technology Initiative
          Missile Aero-propulsion  ...............  ...............           +6,000  Sessions, Shelby
           Computer System (MACS)
           Modernization
          Unmanned Systems         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Sessions, Shelby
           Technology Development
   12 Advanced Concepts and                 16,654           20,654           +4,000  ........................
       Simulation
          Boston University        ...............  ...............           +4,000  Kennedy
           Photonic Center
   13 Combat Vehicle and                    53,342           66,342          +13,000  ........................
       Automotive Technology
          Advanced Manufacture of  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Kohl
           Lightweight Materials
           and Components
          Automotive Research      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Stevens
           Equipment Purchase
          Center for Advanced      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Stabenow
           Vehicle Design and
           Simulation
          Hydrogen PEM Fuel Cell   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Medium/Heavy-duty
           Vehicle Demonstration
           Program
          Military Fuels Research  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bunning, McConnell
           Program
          Nano-Engineered Multi-   ...............  ...............           +1,000  Levin
           Functional Transparent
           Armor
          SkyPure--Water from Air  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Domenici
   14 Ballistics Technology                 55,014           59,814           +4,800  ........................
          Program adjustment       ...............  ...............           -2,000  ........................
          Flexible Solar Cell for  ...............  ...............           +2,300  Durbin, Obama
           Man-Portable Power
           Generator
          Laser-based Explosives   ...............  ...............           +4,000  Cardin
           and Chem/bio Standoff
           and Point Detector
          Small UAVs and Sensors   ...............  ...............             +500  Johnson
   15 Chemical, Smoke and                    2,235            5,235           +3,000  ........................
       Equipment Defeating
       Technology
          Enhanced Vapor Aeration  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Voinovich
           Capabilities (EVAC)
   17 Weapons and Munitions                 40,469           75,169          +34,700  ........................
       Technology
          MEFP termination         ...............  ...............           -5,000  ........................
          Army Center of           ...............  ...............           +4,100  Cochran
           Excellence in
           Acoustics
          Center for Borane        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bond
           Technology
          Development and          ...............  ...............           +3,000  Lautenberg, Menendez
           Demonstration of Multi-
           use/Urban Operations
           Joint Training System
           at Fort Dix
          Electroconversion of     ...............  ...............           +6,000  Enzi
           Energetic Materials
          Electrolytic Super-      ...............  ...............           +3,000  Bond
           Capacitor
          Engineered Surfaces for  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Conrad, Dorgan
           Weapons Life Extension
          Exploding Foils          ...............  ...............           +3,000  Johnson
           Initiators with
           Nanomaterial-based
           Circuits
          Fatigue Odometer for     ...............  ...............           +3,300  Johnson
           Vehicle Components and
           Gun Barrels Project
           Cannon Systems
          Green Armament and       ...............  ...............           +3,000  Lautenberg, Menendez
           RangeSafe Technology
          Lightweight Munitions    ...............  ...............           +5,000  Lautenberg, Menendez
           and Surveillance for
           Unmanned Air and
           Ground Vehicles
          Research for Army        ...............  ...............           +2,300  Johnson
           Cannon Systems
          Ripsaw Unmanned Ground   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Collins, Snowe
           Vehicle Weaponization
   18 Electronics and Electronic            43,391           78,491          +35,100  ........................
       Devices
          Advanced, Integrated     ...............  ...............           +3,100  Cochran, Lott
           Portable Power
           Generation and
           Charging System
          Cogeneration for         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Kohl
           Enhanced Cooling and
           Heating of Advanced
           Tactical Vehicles
          Enzyme Biofuel Cell      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Bond
           (SEBC)
          High-Frequency, High-    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Burr, Dole
           Power Electronic and
           Optoelectronic Devices
           on Aluminum Nitride
           (AlN)
          Improved Energy Density  ...............  ...............           +1,000  Kerry
           Battery
          Large Format Li-Ion      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Kohl, Specter
           Battery
          Mega-Capacity Hybrid     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Burr, Dole
           Chemistry Lithium
           Primary Portable
           Batteries
          ONAMI Miniature          ...............  ...............           +2,500  Smith, Wyden
           Tactical Energy
           Systems Development
          PEM Fuel Cell Tactical   ...............  ...............           +5,000  Cardin, Mikulski
           Generators
          Portable Hydrogen        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Kohl
           Generator and Hybrid
           Power Source
          Renewable Energy for     ...............  ...............           +1,500  Bayh, Lugar
           Military Applications
          Self-powered,            ...............  ...............           +2,000  Grassley, Harkin
           lightweight, flexible
           display unit on a
           plastic substrate
          Soldier Portable Solid   ...............  ...............           +5,000  Dodd, McConnell,
           Fuel Hydrogen                                                               Lieberman
           Generator Cartridge
          Thin Lithium-Iron        ...............  ...............           +3,000  Brown, Dole, Leahy
           Disulfide Primary
           Batteries
   19 Night Vision Technology               24,391           26,391           +2,000  ........................
          Small Business Infrared  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Durbin
           Materials
           Manufacturing--Silicon
           Alternatives
   20 Countermine Systems                   21,795           25,795           +4,000  ........................
          Standoff Improvised      ...............  ...............           +4,000  Akaka, Lincoln, Bill
           Explosive Device                                                            Nelson, Pryor
           Protection Program
   22 Environmental Quality                 15,809           17,009           +1,200  ........................
       Technology
          Propelling Agent for     ...............  ...............           +1,200  Reid
           Slurry Gel
   23 Command, Control,                     22,215           23,715           +1,500  ........................
       Communications Technology
          Portable Flexible        ...............  ...............           +1,500  Lautenberg, Menendez
           Communication Display
           Devices
   25 Military Engineering                  51,120           56,720           +5,600  ........................
       Technology
          Airborne Threats         ...............  ...............           +1,600  Stevens
          Biologically Inspired    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Martinez, Bill Nelson
           Security
           Infrastructure for
           Tactical Environments
          Geosciences/Atmospheric  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Allard, Salazar
           Research
   27 Warfighter Technology                 23,083           33,583          +10,500  ........................
          Biosecurity Research     ...............  ...............           +2,500  Roberts
           for Soldier Food
           Safety
          Carbon Nanotube Armor    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Sununu
           Protection System
          Modular Ballistic        ...............  ...............           +5,000  Collins, Salazar, Snowe
           System for Force
           Protection
          Protective Textile       ...............  ...............           +1,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Fabric
   28 Medical Technology                    76,544          106,544          +30,000  ........................
          Advanced Bio-            ...............  ...............           +1,500  Chambliss, Isakson
           engineering for
           Enhancement of Soldier
           Survivability
          BioFoam Protein          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Chambliss, Isakson
           Hydrogel for
           Battlefield Trauma
          Biomechanics Research    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Warner, Webb
          Carbon Nanotube          ...............  ...............           +1,000  Hutchison
           Production
          Complementary and        ...............  ...............           +5,000  Harkin
           Alternative Medicine
           Research (MIL-CAM)
          Fibrin Adhesive Stat     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cardin, Clinton, Dole,
           (FAST) Dressing                                                             Mikulski, Schumer
          MRI-DTI Technology to    ...............  ...............           +2,500  Durbin
           Improve Diagnosis and
           Treatment of TBI
          New Vaccines to Fight    ...............  ...............           +4,000  Hagel, Ben Nelson
           Respiratory Infection
          Orthopedic Extremity     ...............  ...............           +6,000  Harkin, Hutchison
           Trauma Research
           Program
          Respiratory Biodefense   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Allard, Salazar
           Initiative
          Staph Vaccine            ...............  ...............           +2,000  Conrad, Dorgan
   29 Warfighter Advanced                   47,065           75,765          +28,700  ........................
       Technology
          J50 program adjustment   ...............  ...............           -4,300  ........................
          Alternative Energy       ...............  ...............          +20,000  Committee Initiative
           Research
          BioSensor Communicator   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Reid
           and Controller System
          ChemBio Integrated       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Gregg, Sununu
           Material for Tent
           Structures
          Deployment of            ...............  ...............           +2,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Affordable Guided
           Airdrop System
          High-Pressure/Microwave  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cantwell, Murray
           MRE Processing
          Joint Precision Airdrop  ...............  ...............           +4,000  Lott
           System (JPADS) Program
           for Payloads up to 30K
           lbs
   30 Medical Advanced Technology           53,274          134,924          +81,650  ........................
          Advanced Lower Limb      ...............  ...............           +3,000  Kennedy, Kerry
           Prosthesis for
           Battlefield Amputees
          Advanced Medical         ...............  ...............             +500  Cantwell
           Training Platform:
           Madigan Army Medical
           Center
          Advanced Regenerative    ...............  ...............           +1,500  Casey, Specter
           Medicine (ARM) Skin
           Cell Therapies Burn,
           Limb and Digit
           Treatment
          Advanced Surface         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Baucus, Tester
           Technologies for
           Prosthetic Development
          Battlefield Tracheal     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hagel, Ben Nelson
           Intubation for Wounded
           Soldiers
          BEAR (Battlefield        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Mikulski
           Extraction-Assist
           Robot)
          Brain, Biology, and      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Smith, Wyden
           Machine Applied
           Research
          Burns Outcomes           ...............  ...............           +3,000  Boxer
           Infrastructure
           Project--only for dual
           military/civilian
           application
          Center for Integration   ...............  ...............           +5,000  Kennedy
           of Medicine and
           Innovative Technology
           (CIMIT)
          Control of Inflammation  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cantwell, Murray
           and Tissue Repair
           (CITR)
          Gulf War Illness Peer    ...............  ...............          +15,000  Akaka, Bayh, Bingaman,
           Reviewed Research                                                           Boxer, Byrd, Clinton,
                                                                                       Kennedy, Kerry, Obama,
                                                                                       Sanders, Tester
          Hibernation Genomics     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Stevens
          Institute for            ...............  ...............           +3,000  Burr, Dole
           Regenerative Medicine
          Integrated Patient       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Craig
           Quality Program
          Limb Tissue              ...............  ...............           +4,000  Smith, Wyden
           Regeneration after
           Battlefield Injuries
           using Bone Marrow Stem
           Cells
          Medical Modeling and     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Craig
           Simulation Through
           Synthetic Digital
           Genes
          National Biodefense      ...............  ...............           +1,750  Hutchison
           Training
          National Functional      ...............  ...............           +3,000  Dole, Martinez, Bill
           Genomics Study                                                              Nelson
          Neuroimaging,            ...............  ...............           +3,000  Boxer
           Neurotrauma and
           Neuroscience in U.S.
           Warfighters
          Post-IED Craniofacial    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Mikulski
           Injury Reconstruction
          Robotic Telesurgery in   ...............  ...............           +3,500  Hagel, Ben Nelson
           Combat Environments
          Rugged Electronic        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reed, Whitehouse
           Textile Vital Signs
           Monitoring
          Surgical Wound           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Lincoln, Ben Nelson,
           Disinfection and                                                            Pryor
           Biological Agents
          Trauma Care, Research    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hutchison
           and Training
          U.S. Approved Drugs for  ...............  ...............           +3,400  Cochran, Lott
           Malaria and
           Leishmaniasis in U.S.
           Military and Civilian
           Personnel
          Walter Reed Preventive   ...............  ...............           +6,000  Stevens
           Medicine Pilot Program
          Wireless Electronic      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Feinstein
           Patient Records, WPIC--
           Personal Information
           Carrier
   31 Aviation Advanced                     53,890           93,190          +39,300  ........................
       Technology
          Alternate Payload Bomb   ...............  ...............           +2,800  Kennedy, Reed,
           Live Unit Munition                                                          Whitehouse
          Enhanced Rapid Tactical  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Sessions, Shelby
           Integration and
           Fielding of Systems
          Excalibur                ...............  ...............           +3,000  Warner, Webb
          Fuel Cells for Mobile    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Durbin, Obama
           Robotic Systems
           Project
          Full Authority Digital   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Engine Controls
           (FADEC)
          Helmet Mounted Display/  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Feinstein
           Visor Projection for
           Army Helicopters
          Improved VAROC/UAV       ...............  ...............           +3,000  Leahy
           compression system
           development
          Joint Technical Data     ...............  ...............           +4,000  Cantwell
           Integration--Wide
           Intelligraf Content
           Enhancements
          Parts-on-Demand for      ...............  ...............           +4,500  Conrad, Dorgan
           CONUS Operations
          Quick-MEDS Automated     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Sessions, Shelby
           Release Pod
          Technologies for         ...............  ...............           +4,000  Kohl
           Military Equipment
           Replenishment
          Unmanned Aerial Vehicle  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Resupply (BURRO)
          Vectored Thrust Ducted   ...............  ...............           +4,000  Casey, Specter
           Propeller (VTDP)
           Compound Helicopter
           Advanced Technology
           Demonstration
   32 Weapons and Munitions                 59,389           62,189           +2,800  ........................
       Advanced Technology
          L96 program adjustment   ...............  ...............           -5,000  ........................
          Development of Truck-    ...............  ...............           +1,800  Reid
           deployed Explosive
           Containment Vessel
          Integrated Aircraft      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Shelby
           Test Bed
          Knowledge Driven         ...............  ...............           +1,000  Coleman, Klobuchar
           Manufacturing System
           (KDMS)
          Lightweight Cannon       ...............  ...............           +1,000  Ensign, Reid
           Recoil Reduction
          Raman Chemical           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Kennedy
           Identification System
   33 Combat Vehicle and                   131,436          193,321          +61,885  ........................
       Automotive Advanced
       Technology
          FED                      ...............  ...............          -10,000  ........................
          53G unjustified program  ...............  ...............          -14,215  ........................
          Active Protection        ...............  ...............           +3,800  Levin
           Systems Initiative for
           the Joint Light
           Tactical Vehicle
          Advanced Battery         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Durbin
           Technology (3D ABT)
          Advanced Digital         ...............  ...............           +1,000  Coleman, Levin, Stabenow
           Hydraulic Hybrid Drive
           System
          Advanced Lightweight     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Biden, Carper, Cantwell,
           Composite Armor                                                             Murray
          Advanced Thermal and     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Levin
           Oil Management
           Controls
          Antiballistic            ...............  ...............           +4,000  Bayh, Lugar
           Windshield Armor
          Armor Ready Composite    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Biden, Carper, Reed
           Cab Transition
          Army Fuel Cell Non-      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Levin
           Tactical Vehicle
           Propulsion
          Center for Military      ...............  ...............           +5,100  Cochran, Lott
           Vehicle Technologies
          Crosshairs Hostile Fire  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Cornyn
           Indicating System
          Diminishing              ...............  ...............           +2,000  Stabenow
           Manufacturing Sources
           and Material Shortages
           (DMSMS) Case
           Resolution Program
          Enhanced Directed Armor  ...............  ...............           +1,000  Cantwell, Murray, Smith,
           RPG Vehicle Protection                                                      Wyden
           System
          Field Deployable Fleet   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Leahy, Sanders
           Hydrogen Fueling
          Fuel Cell Cost           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Reduction and
           Durability
           Improvements
          Ground Forces Readiness  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hutchison
           Enabler for Advanced
           Tactical Vehicles
           (GREAT-V)
          Ground Vehicle           ...............  ...............           +1,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Fastening and Joining
           Research
          High Speed Diesel        ...............  ...............           +4,000  Durbin
           Combustion
          Hybrid Engine            ...............  ...............           +8,000  Levin
           Development Program
           for the Tactical
           Wheeled Vehicle Fleet
          Lightweight Structural   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Biden, Burr, Carper
           Composite Armor for
           Blast and Ballistic
           Protection
          Next Generation          ...............  ...............           +4,000  Durbin
           Manufacturing
           Technologies for
           Defense Supply Chain
          Next Generation Non-     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Clinton, Schumer,
           Tactical Vehicle                                                            Stabenow
           Propulsion
          Novel Onboard Hydrogen   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Levin
           Storage System
           Development
          Rotary Multi-Fuel        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Biden, Cardin, Carper
           Auxiliary Power Unit
           for M1A1 Abrams Tank
          Tactical Wheeled         ...............  ...............           +5,000  Bayh, Casey, Grassley,
           Vehicle Structures for                                                      Harkin, Lugar, Specter
           Improved Survivability
           and Performance
          Unmanned Ground Vehicle  ...............  ...............          +12,000  Levin
           Initiative (UGVI)
          Vehicle Design           ...............  ...............           +1,000  Levin
           Optimization Tools
          Vehicle Information      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Cantwell
           Manager Display for
           Drivers (VMID)
          Vehicle Maintenance and  ...............  ...............           +3,200  Cochran, Lott
           Prognostics System
   38 Next Generation Training &            18,723           21,723           +3,000  ........................
       Simulation Systems
          Experiential             ...............  ...............           +1,000  Burr
           Technologies for Urban
           Warfare and Disaster
           Response
          Joint Fires and Effects  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Inhofe
           Training System
           (JFETS)
   41 Explosives Demilitarization           10,349           19,849           +9,500  ........................
       Technology
          Cryofracture/Plasma Arc  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Baucus, Tester
           Demilitarization
           Program
          Missile Recycling        ...............  ...............           +6,500  Specter
           Capability--Letterkenn
           ey Munitions Center
   45 Electronic Warfare                    17,419           23,419           +6,000  ........................
       Technology
          DAIRCM/CMWS for Army     ...............  ...............           +6,000  Gregg, Sununu
           helicopters
   46 Missile and Rocket Advanced           60,353           69,353           +9,000  ........................
       Technology
          Army Virtual Emergency   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Shelby
           Research Testbed
           (AVERT)
          Perimeter & Maritime     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Mikulski
           Sensor Network
          Software Engineering     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Shelby
           Enhancements
   48 Landmine Warfare and                  25,315           29,315           +4,000  ........................
       Barrier Advanced
       Technology
          Advanced Demining        ...............  ...............           +4,000  Leahy
           Technology
   50 Night Vision Advanced                 35,892           47,892          +12,000  ........................
       Technology
          Enhanced Digital         ...............  ...............           +4,000  Hutchison
           Electronic Night
           Vision (EDEN)
          FCS Short Range Electro  ...............  ...............           +4,000  Bill Nelson
           Optic (SREO) Sensor
           for Stryker
          UCXR System              ...............  ...............           +4,000  Martinez
   52 Military Engineering                   6,837           15,037           +8,200  ........................
       Advanced Technology
          Advanced Tactical Fuels  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Conrad, Dorgan
           for the Military
          Development and          ...............  ...............           +1,200  Alexander
           Research of Zero
           Energy Homes at Ft.
           Campbell
          Direct Methanol Fuel     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Martinez
           Cell Development
          Regenerative Fuel Cell   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           System for Silent Camp
           Operations
   53 Advanced Tactical Computer            67,011           67,631             +620  ........................
       Science and Sensor
       Technology
          FOPEN descope            ...............  ...............          -16,380  ........................
          Enhanced Multi-Mission   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Clinton, Schumer
           Radar
          HYPERSAR Radar           ...............  ...............           +4,000  Bond
          Megawatt Molten          ...............  ...............           +4,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Carbonate Fuel Cell
           Demonstrator
          Shared Vision            ...............  ...............           +4,000  Grassley, Harkin
          X-Band interferometric   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reed, Whitehouse
           Radar (XBIR)
   55 Army Missile Defense                  14,389          112,389          +98,000  ........................
       Systems Integration (Non
       Space)
          Adaptive Lightweight     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Baucus, Tester
           Materials for Missile
           Defense
          Advanced Cavitation      ...............  ...............           +5,900  Cochran
           Power Technology
          Advanced Electronics     ...............  ...............           +4,000  Johnson, Thune
           Rosebud Integration
          Advanced Environmental   ...............  ...............           +4,000  Reid
           Control System
          Advanced Fuel Cell       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cornyn, Hutchison
           Research
          Advanced Hypersonic      ...............  ...............          +41,700  Cochran, Sessions
           Weapon Technology
           Demonstration
          Advanced Strap-down      ...............  ...............           +2,500  Gregg, Sununu
           Seeker
          AHW BMC2 HWIL            ...............  ...............           +3,000  Lott, Shelby
           Technology
           Demonstration
          Alternative Power        ...............  ...............           +4,000  Johnson, Thune
           Technology (APT) for
           Missile Defense
          Compact Pulsed Power     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hutchison
           for Defense
           Applications
          Future TOC Hardware/     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Sessions, Shelby
           Software Integration
          Heat Dissipation for     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Reid
           Electronic Systems &
           Enclosures
          Model-Based Enterprise   ...............  ...............           +1,000  Bunning, McConnell
          Neutralization of IEDs   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Bond
          Low-Earth Orbit          ...............  ...............           +5,000  Inouye
           Nanosatellite
           Integrated Defense
           Autonomous Systems
          Radiation Hardening      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Sessions, Shelby
           Technology
          Standoff Hazardous       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Lincoln, Pryor
           Agent Detection &
           Evaluations System
           (SHADES)
          Transfer Missile Power   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Lott
           System (OBVP)
          Vertical Integration     ...............  ...............           +5,900  Cochran, Lott
           for Missile Defense
           Surveillance Data
   56 Army Missile Defense                  17,421           39,621          +22,200  ........................
       Systems Integration
       (Space)
          Applied Counterspace     ...............  ...............           +6,400  Cochran
           Technology (ACT)
           Testbed
          HiSentinel               ...............  ...............           +5,800  Johnson, Thune
          Integrated Nanosat       ...............  ...............           +3,000  Sessions, Shelby
           Delivery System
          Low Cost Interceptor     ...............  ...............           +5,000  Shelby
           (LCI)
          Tactical Overwatch High  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Shelby
           Altitude System
           (TOHAS)
   57 Air and Missile Defense              176,142          170,142           -6,000  ........................
       Systems Engineering
          S32 unjustified growth   ...............  ...............          -10,000  ........................
          Advanced Extended Range  ...............  ...............           +1,000  Brownback, Roberts
           Attack Missile
          Border Security and      ...............  ...............           +3,000  Hutchison
           Defense Systems
           Research
   60 Smoke, Obscurant and Target           19,449            6,449          -13,000  ........................
       Defeating Sys--Adv Dev
          Excessive program        ...............  ...............          -13,000  ........................
           delays
   61 Tank and Medium Caliber               44,578           48,578           +4,000  ........................
       Ammunition
          High Explosive Air       ...............  ...............           +4,000  Durbin
           Burst (HEAB) 25mm
           Ammunition
   63 Soldier Support and                    4,787            5,787           +1,000  ........................
       Survivability
          Responsive Textiles      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Kerry
   66 Environmental Quality                  6,149           20,149          +14,000  ........................
       Technology
          Battlefield Asset        ...............  ...............           +3,000  Casey
           Recovery
           Decontamination System
           (BARDS)
          Hawaii Undersea          ...............  ...............           +5,500  Akaka
           Chemical Weapons
           Assessment Program
          Modifications to mVHP    ...............  ...............           +2,500  Brown, Voinovich
           for use against TICs/
           TIMs
          Web-Based Environmental  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Boxer
           Compliance Management
           System
   71 Combat Service Support                19,054           13,554           -5,500  ........................
       Control System Evaluation
       and Analysis
          Program growth without   ...............  ...............           -5,500  ........................
           acquisition strategy
   72 Medical Systems--Adv Dev              12,479           22,979          +10,500  ........................
          Future Medical Shelter   ...............  ...............           +7,500  Lincoln, Pryor
           System--44/48 Bed
           Combat Support
           Hospital
          Wireless Medical         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Grassley, Harkin
           Monitoring System
           (WiMed)
   73 Soldier Systems--Advanced             18,178           16,778           -1,400  ........................
       Development
          S54 40mm Reconnaissance  ...............  ...............           -1,400  ........................
           Cartridge
   77 Armed, Deployable OH-58D              82,310          182,310         +100,000  ........................
          ARH restructure--        ...............  ...............         +100,000  ........................
           Transfer from Aircraft
           Procurement, Army,
           line 3
   78 Electronic Warfare                    55,716           58,016           +2,300  ........................
       Development
          Bi-Directional English-  ...............  ...............           +2,300  Coleman, Klobuchar
           Iraqi Instant Language
           Translation System
   83 Infantry Support Weapons              45,229           57,229          +12,000  ........................
          Enhanced Self-Sintered   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Casey, Specter
           Silicon Carbide Body
           Armor
          XM312                    ...............  ...............          +10,000  Collins, Leahy, Snowe
   84 Medium Tactical Vehicles               1,994            4,494           +2,500  ........................
          Fuel Saving              ...............  ...............           +2,500  Bayh, Lugar
           Continuously Variable
           Transmission for FMTV
           and JLTV
   86 Family of Heavy Tactical               1,947           11,947          +10,000  ........................
       Vehicles
          Heavy Expanded Mobile    ...............  ...............          +10,000  Kohl
           Tactical Truck A3
   88 Light Tactical Wheeled                82,300           38,800          -43,500  ........................
       Vehicles
          Joint Light Tactical     ...............  ...............          -45,000  ........................
           Vehicle contract delay
          Second Source Tires for  ...............  ...............           +1,500  Brownback
           JLTV
   90 Non-Line of Sight Launch             253,410          255,010           +1,600  ........................
       System
          Enforc-IT Anti Tamper    ...............  ...............           +1,600  Bayh, Lugar
           System
   99 Night Vision Systems--SDD             44,619           47,619           +3,000  ........................
          Lightweight Multi-       ...............  ...............           +3,000  Cantwell, Murray
           purpose Laser
  104 Automatic Test Equipment              18,025            8,025          -10,000  ........................
       Development
          L59 funding ahead of     ...............  ...............          -10,000  ........................
           need
  108 Weapons and Munitions--SDD            55,368           57,368           +2,000  ........................
          Mortar Anti-Personnel    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Coleman, Klobuchar,
           Anti-Material                                                               Lautenberg, Menendez
           Technology
  111 Medical Materiel/Medical              15,823           22,323           +6,500  ........................
       Biological Defense
       Equipment--SDD
          Plasma Sterilizer        ...............  ...............           +3,000  Coleman, Klobuchar
          Military Applications    ...............  ...............           +3,500  Inouye
           of Medical Grade
           Chitosan
  112 Landmine Warfare/Barrier--           142,315          157,958          +15,643  ........................
       SDD
          IMS FCS integration      ...............  ...............           -4,045  ........................
          Spider follow-on stand-  ...............  ...............          +19,688  ........................
           off capability
           transfer from Other
           Procurement, Army,
           line 40
  114 Artillery Munitions                   63,039            7,089          -55,950  ........................
          Pending acquisition      ...............  ...............          -55,950  ........................
           strategy
  116 Army Tactical Command &               99,202          101,302           +2,100  ........................
       Control Hardware &
       Software
          C3T CDSOS (Cross Domain  ...............  ...............           +2,100  Cochran, Lott
           Strategic and
           Operational Solution)
  118 General Fund Enterprise               53,559          112,600          +59,041  ........................
       Business System (GFEBS)
          Transfer from Operation  ...............  ...............          +29,822  ........................
           and Maintenance, Army,
           line 432
          Transfer from Other      ...............  ...............          +29,219  ........................
           Procurement, Army,
           line 107
  124 Information Technology               103,485          104,485           +1,000  ........................
       Development
          Electronic Commodity     ...............  ...............           +1,000  Byrd
           Program
  127 Target Systems Development            13,499           18,499           +5,000  ........................
          Mobile Objects for Net-  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Cantwell
           Centric Operations
          Next Generation Ice      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Roberts
           Protection
           Technologies
  130 Rand Arroyo Center                    16,342           20,342           +4,000  ........................
          Arroyo Center program    ...............  ...............           +4,000  Feinstein
           adjustment
  132 Concepts Experimentation              34,004           29,466           -4,538  ........................
       Program
          Program adjustment       ...............  ...............          -12,538  ........................
          2D-3D Face Recognition   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Gregg, Sununu
           System
          Arabic Language          ...............  ...............           +1,000  Brownback
           Training Program
          Automated Communication  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Chambliss, Isakson
           Support System
          Multispectral            ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bingaman, Domenici
           Fingerprint Device
  135 Army Technical Test                   74,391           86,991          +12,600  ........................
       Instrumentation and
       Targets
          Dugway Testing and       ...............  ...............           +3,500  Bennett, Hatch
           Infrastructure Upgrade
          Joint Directed Energy    ...............  ...............           +6,000  Bingaman, Domenici
           Test Site--IED Defeat
          Joint Tactical Network   ...............  ...............           +2,500  Bingaman, Domenici
           Test Environment
          Robotic Manipulators     ...............  ...............             +600  Enzi
           for Explosive Ordnance
           Disposal
  136 Survivability/Lethality               40,343           42,343           +2,000  ........................
       Analysis
          Rotorcraft               ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cardin, Mikulski
           Survivability
           Assessment Facility
  142 Support of Operational                75,293           78,293           +3,000  ........................
       Testing
          Denied GPS               ...............  ...............           +3,000  Casey, Hatch, Specter
  146 Technical Information                 41,607           40,607           -1,000  ........................
       Activities
          Unjustified growth       ...............  ...............           -4,000  ........................
          Knowledge, Tech Sharing  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Bond
           Program
  147 Munitions Standardization,            19,606           38,406          +18,800  ........................
       Effectiveness and Safety
          Advanced Cluster         ...............  ...............           +5,000  Lautenberg, Menendez
           Energetics
          Depleted Uranium         ...............  ...............           +4,900  Cochran
           Sensing and Treatment
           for Removal
          Gun Propellant           ...............  ...............           +3,000  Coleman, Klobuchar
           Demilitarization
          Medium Caliber Metal     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Casey, Specter
           Parts Upgrade
          Thermal Battery          ...............  ...............           +2,900  Brownback, Roberts
           qualification
  155 Combat Vehicle Improvement            27,615           36,415           +8,800  ........................
       Programs
          Combat Vehicle           ...............  ...............           +4,800  Bayh, Lugar
           Transmission
           Improvement
          Vehicle Health           ...............  ...............           +4,000  Sessions, Shelby
           Management Systems
           Development
  157 Aircraft Modifications/              325,643          324,143           -1,500  ........................
       Product Improvement
       Programs
          ACS lack of acquisition  ...............  ...............          -19,500  ........................
           strategy
          Aircraft Component       ...............  ...............           +3,000  Sessions
           Remediation
          CH-47 Integrated         ...............  ...............          +10,000  Leahy
           Vehicle Health
           Management System
           (IVHMS)
          Helicopter Autonomous    ...............  ...............           +5,000  Reid
           Landing System
  171 Global Combat Support                129,689           59,689          -70,000  ........................
       System
          Program delays           ...............  ...............          -70,000  ........................
  177 Distributed Common Ground/   ...............            7,000           +7,000  ........................
       Surface Systems
          Advanced Architecture    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Lautenberg, Menendez
           Designs Supporting
           U.S. Army Net Centric
           Warfare
          Heuristic Internet       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bond
           Protocol Engine
          Asymmetric Threat        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Kyl
           Response and Analysis
           Project (ATRAP)
          Effect Based Approach    ...............  ...............           +1,000  Bennett
           to Operations
  179 End Item Industrial                   66,869           84,869          +18,000  ........................
       Preparedness Activities
          Aging Weapons Systems    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Johnson, Thune
           Structural Repair
          Electrodeposited         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Kohl
           Coatings Systems
          High Temperature         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Ceramic Manufacturing
           Technology
          Improved Manufacturing   ...............  ...............           +4,000  Allard
           Process for SAPI
          Laser Engineered Net     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Johnson
           Shaping (LENS)
           Qualification for
           Aging Weapons Systems
          Legacy Aerospace Gear    ...............  ...............           +1,000  Dodd
           Drive Re-Engineering
           Initiative
          Next Generation Combat   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Gregg, Sununu
           Helmet
          Three Dimensional        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Crapo
           Printing of DOD
           Titanium Weapon System
           Components
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Warfighter Information Network--Tactical [WIN-T].--The 
fiscal year 2008 budget request includes $737,900,000 for WIN-
T/JNN in Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army and 
in Other Procurement, Army. Subsequent to the budget submission 
and following a Nunn-McCurdy breach, the Under Secretary of 
Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics certified a 
restructured WIN-T program consisting of four distinct 
increments that provide progressively increasing capability. 
The Committee notes that the Nunn-McCurdy breach was primarily 
caused by program immaturity, schedule growth, errors in cost 
estimating assumptions and changes to the acquisition strategy. 
Yet under the restructured program, WIN-T's two most 
sophisticated elements--Increment 3, which will provide full 
networking on the move capability, and Increment 4, which will 
provide protected networking on the move capability--still lack 
finalized requirements, technological maturity assessments, and 
cost estimates. As a result, the Committee is highly concerned 
that the WIN-T program remains surrounded by programmatic 
uncertainty, technological challenges, and is at risk for 
additional cost and schedule growth. Therefore, the Committee 
finds it premature to triple research, development, test and 
evaluation funding in fiscal year 2008, as the Army has 
proposed. The Committee recommendation provides an increase of 
more than $100,000,000 over amounts provided in fiscal year 
2007 and fully funds Increment 2 in support of fielding in 
fiscal year 2009.
    The Committee believes that the program's history and 
remaining issues of concern, coupled with its importance to the 
Army's current and future force merit an independent review and 
assessment. Therefore, the Committee directs the Comptroller 
General to evaluate, assess and report on the WIN-T program and 
to present its findings to the congressional defense committees 
no later than June 30, 2008. This report shall include an 
assessment of the restructured program's ability to address its 
past problems; its integration and synchronization with the 
requirements of the Future Combat Systems program; a technology 
readiness level assessment; an identification of key remaining 
risks in the program, its acquisition strategy and management 
structure; accuracy of cost estimates; and other issues the 
Comptroller General determines are relevant to the future 
direction of the WIN-T program.
    MQ-8B Fire Scout Vertical Takeoff Unmanned Aerial Vehicle 
[VTUAV].--The Army is purchasing Fire Scout VTUAV's to satisfy 
the requirement for Class IV UAV's under its Future Combat 
Systems program. The platform is based on the Navy's RQ-8A Fire 
Scout VTUAV that has completed more than 200 flight tests. The 
Committee understands that production of at least six Army Fire 
Scout VTUAV's has been completed, but final flight testing has 
been delayed until 2010 due to the development of the Future 
Combat Systems network and delays in the Joint Tactical Radio 
System program. The Committee is concerned about this program 
delay when the United States Central Command [CENTCOM] has an 
urgent requirement for persistent command, control, 
communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and 
reconnaissance [C4ISR] systems in support of ongoing 
operations. The Committee, therefore, urges the Secretary of 
Army to take appropriate actions to field previously produced 
Army Fire Scout Class IV VTUAV's, with appropriate sensors and 
communications capabilities and requisite ground control 
stations, for deployment to the CENTCOM area of operations. 
Further, the Secretary of the Army is directed to submit a 
report to the congressional defense committees along with the 
fiscal year 2009 budget submission that describes progress made 
toward fielding this capability.
    XM 982 Excalibur 155mm Precision Guided Extended Range 
Artillery Projectile.--The fiscal year 2008 request includes 
$55,950,000 for a third planned increment, Block Ib, to the XM 
982 Excalibur projectile. The Committee understands that the 
fiscal year 2008 acquisition strategy for Excalibur remains to 
be determined. Therefore, the Committee denies the requested 
funding for Block Ib at this time without prejudice. The 
Committee will revisit funding for Excalibur subsequent to the 
Army's decision on the program's fiscal year 2008 acquisition 
strategy.
    General Fund Enterprise Business System [GFEBS].--GFEBS is 
a commercial-off-the-shelf, web-based enterprise resource 
planning system designed to enable the Army to share resource 
management data across the Army. The fiscal year 2008 budget 
request includes $53,559,000 in Research, Development, Test and 
Evaluation, Army, $39,353,000 in Other Procurement, Army, and 
$29,822,000 in Operation and Maintenance, Army for a total 
request of $122,724,000, an increase of $62,273,000 over 
amounts provided in fiscal year 2007. Subsequent to the budget 
submission, the Army requested that all funding in Operation 
and Maintenance, Army, and $29,219,000 of funding in Other 
Procurement, Army be transferred to the Research, Development, 
Test and Evaluation, Army account due to an exponential growth 
in requirements. The Committee notes that this program 
adjustment differs substantially not only from the fiscal year 
2008 budget submission, but also from a program adjustment that 
was briefed to the Committee earlier this year in support of a 
reprogramming action. The Committee notes further that 
subsequent to the fiscal year 2007 budget submission, the Army 
had also requested a realignment of funds included in the 
budget request. The Committee is deeply concerned with the lack 
of stable program requirements and the Army's schedule-driven 
program management. This is particularly troubling in light of 
the fact that earlier this year, the Army nominated, and the 
Deputy Secretary of Defense approved, the GFEBS program as a 
pilot for the Capital Account Pilot Program, which is designed 
around the concept of program stability. The Committee sees no 
such stability in the GFEBS program. However, at this point, 
recognizing the critical importance of improving the Army's 
resource management system and faced with a lack of 
alternatives, the Committee supports the requested realignment 
of fiscal year 2008 funding. The Committee advises the Army 
that it expects to receive program updates, to include the 
program's requirements, schedule, status of deliverables, 
contractor performance and execution of resources not less than 
every 60 days.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $18,673,894,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  17,075,536,000
House allowance.........................................  17,718,624,000
Committee recommendation................................  17,472,210,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$17,472,210,000. This is $396,674,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT,
         TEST & EVAL, NAVY     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH                76,637          93,137          90,637         +14,000          -2,500
      INITIATIVES
   2 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY                16,556          16,556          17,556          +1,000          +1,000
      INDEPENDENT RESEARCH
   3 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES         374,052         380,052         385,752         +11,700          +5,700
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC                467,245         489,745         493,945         +26,700          +4,200
            RESEARCH     APPLIED RESEARCH
   4 POWER PROJECTION APPLIED           83,419         102,019          99,419         +16,000          -2,600
      RESEARCH
   5 FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED          155,936         167,436         196,436         +40,500         +29,000
      RESEARCH
   6 MARINE CORPS LANDING               26,785          27,785          31,285          +4,500          +3,500
      FORCE TECHNOLOGY
   7 MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS     ..............           2,500           2,000          +2,000            -500
      AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
   8 COMMON PICTURE APPLIED             93,376          99,376         104,376         +11,000          +5,000
      RESEARCH
   9 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT             88,297         102,297         101,397         +13,100            -900
      APPLIED RESEARCH
  10 RF SYSTEMS APPLIED                 45,451          51,451          51,451          +6,000  ..............
      RESEARCH
  11 OCEAN WARFIGHTING                  49,869          55,369          49,869  ..............          -5,500
      ENVIRONMENT APPLIED
      RESEARCH
  12 JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS            6,081           6,081           6,081  ..............  ..............
      APPLIED RESEARCH
  13 UNDERSEA WARFARE APPLIED           68,455          70,955          71,455          +3,000            +500
      RESEARCH
  14 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY             59,874          68,374          64,374          +4,500          -4,000
      WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED              677,543         753,643         778,143        +100,600         +24,500
            RESEARCH     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
      DEVELOPMENT
  15 POWER PROJECTION ADVANCED          49,684          54,684          89,184         +39,500         +34,500
      TECHNOLOGY
  16 FORCE PROTECTION ADVANCED          70,850         106,100          99,850         +29,000          -6,250
      TECHNOLOGY
  17 COMMON PICTURE ADVANCED            40,782          43,782         111,540         +70,758         +67,758
      TECHNOLOGY
  18 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT            102,124         113,624          95,124          -7,000         -18,500
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
  19 RF SYSTEMS ADVANCED                22,676          27,676          38,676         +16,000         +11,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  20 MARINE CORPS ADVANCED              70,968          76,468          74,968          +4,000          -1,500
      TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION
      (ATD)
  21 JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS           10,938          13,438          10,938  ..............          -2,500
      TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  23 WARFIGHTER PROTECTION              12,145          43,645          19,145          +7,000         -24,500
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
  24 UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED          73,626          74,626          76,826          +3,200          +2,200
      TECHNOLOGY
  25 NAVY WARFIGHTING                   41,196          41,196          41,196  ..............  ..............
      EXPERIMENTS AND
      DEMONSTRATIONS
  26 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY             26,840          27,840          26,840  ..............          -1,000
      WARFARE ADVANCED
      TECHNOLOGY
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED             521,829         623,079         684,287        +162,458         +61,208
            TECHNOLOGY
            DEVELOPMENT     DEMONSTRATION &
      VALIDATION
  27 AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL                 47,914          44,914          48,914          +1,000          +4,000
      APPLICATIONS
  28 AVIATION SURVIVABILITY              6,252          20,252          11,752          +5,500          -8,500
  29 DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND            9,475           9,475           9,475  ..............  ..............
      AND CONTROL
  30 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT            16,706          21,706          16,706  ..............          -5,000
  31 TACTICAL AIRBORNE                   4,063           4,063           4,063  ..............  ..............
      RECONNAISSANCE
  32 ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS             9,331           9,331           9,331  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY
  33 SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER          91,122          92,722          91,122  ..............          -1,600
      MINE COUNTERMEASURES
  34 SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO               15,967          28,967          17,467          +1,500         -11,500
      DEFENSE
  35 CARRIER SYSTEMS                    84,806          89,306          84,806  ..............          -4,500
      DEVELOPMENT
  36 SHIPBOARD SYSTEM                    9,450          27,050          34,550         +25,100          +7,500
      COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT
  37 PILOT FISH                        132,131         132,131         127,131          -5,000          -5,000
  38 RETRACT LARCH                      89,601          89,601          89,601  ..............  ..............
  39 RETRACT JUNIPER                    37,405          37,405          37,405  ..............  ..............
  40 RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL                1,546           1,546           1,546  ..............  ..............
  41 SURFACE ASW                        25,560          50,560          27,560          +2,000         -23,000
  43 ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM         134,882         139,382         155,182         +20,300         +15,800
      DEVELOPMENT
  44 SUBMARINE TACTICAL                  9,865          10,865          11,515          +1,650            +650
      WARFARE SYSTEMS
  45 SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED              30,858          32,858          39,858          +9,000          +7,000
      DESIGN
  46 SHIP PRELIMINARY DESIGN &          18,736          18,736          26,436          +7,700          +7,700
      FEASIBILITY STUDIES
  47 ADVANCED NUCLEAR POWER            166,196         166,196         166,196  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEMS
  49 CHALK EAGLE                       211,201         211,201         211,201  ..............  ..............
  50 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP              217,502         229,002         300,502         +83,000         +71,500
      (LCS)
  51 COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION          53,427          58,427          53,427  ..............          -5,000
  52 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS              8,941           8,941           8,941  ..............  ..............
  53 MARINE CORPS ASSAULT              288,220         288,220         190,220         -98,000         -98,000
      VEHICLES
  54 MARINE CORPS MINE/                    657             657             657  ..............  ..............
      COUNTERMEASURES SYSTEMS--
      ADV DEV
  55 MARINE CORPS GROUND                80,403          83,903          54,403         -26,000         -29,500
      COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM
  56 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE            83,361          83,361          83,361  ..............  ..............
      ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT
  57 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT             33,283          38,283          33,283  ..............          -5,000
  58 OCEAN ENGINEERING                   5,122           5,122           5,122  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  59 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION           19,850          21,350          19,850  ..............          -1,500
  60 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM                 5,335           6,335           5,335  ..............          -1,000
  61 FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT              4,131          10,581           4,131  ..............          -6,450
  62 CHALK CORAL                        28,297          28,297          28,297  ..............  ..............
  63 NAVY LOGISTIC                       3,547          15,547           9,547          +6,000          -6,000
      PRODUCTIVITY
  64 RETRACT MAPLE                     346,144         346,144         346,144  ..............  ..............
  65 LINK PLUMERIA                      88,748          88,748          88,748  ..............  ..............
  66 RETRACT ELM                        79,144          79,144          79,144  ..............  ..............
  67 SHIP SELF DEFENSE                  10,954          10,954          10,954  ..............  ..............
  68 LINK EVERGREEN                     31,607          31,607          31,607  ..............  ..............
  69 SPECIAL PROCESSES                  40,940          40,940          40,940  ..............  ..............
  70 NATO RESEARCH AND                   9,934           9,934           9,934  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
  71 LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY             31,021          62,021          31,021  ..............         -31,000
  72 NONLETHAL WEAPONS                  45,892          48,892          45,892  ..............          -3,000
  74 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH           70,811          70,811          70,811  ..............  ..............
      AND LANDING SYSTEMS
  75 SINGLE INTEGRATED AIR              46,450          46,450          46,450  ..............  ..............
      PICTURE (SIAP) SYSTEM
      ENGINEER
  76 COUNTER-DRUG RDT&E;         ..............          10,000  ..............  ..............         -10,000
      PROJECTS
  77 DIRECTED ENERGY AND        ..............           2,500  ..............  ..............          -2,500
      ELECTRIC WEAPON SYSTEMS
  78 TACTICAL AIR DIRECTIONAL           27,569          34,569          27,569  ..............          -7,000
      INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES
  79 HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED            126,434  ..............  ..............        -126,434  ..............
      TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM
      (HDBTDS)
  80 JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND                15,000          15,000          15,000  ..............  ..............
      MISSILE (JAGM)
  81 SPACE & ELECTRONIC                 42,295          42,295          42,295  ..............  ..............
      WARFARE (SEW)
      ARCHITECTURE/ENGINE
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,                    2,998,086       3,056,302       2,905,402         -92,684        -150,900
            DEMONSTRATION &
            VALIDATION     ENGINEERING &
      MANUFACTURING
      DEVELOPMENT
  83 OTHER HELO DEVELOPMENT             46,815          42,815          41,815          -5,000          -1,000
  84 AV-8B AIRCRAFT--ENG DEV            17,360          17,360          17,360  ..............  ..............
  85 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT             106,242         110,242         106,242  ..............          -4,000
  86 MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER           78,151          78,151          78,151  ..............  ..............
      UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT
  87 AIR/OCEAN EQUIPMENT                 5,162           5,162           5,162  ..............  ..............
      ENGINEERING
  88 P-3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM           8,621           4,621           8,621  ..............          +4,000
  89 WARFARE SUPPORT SYSTEM              2,911           4,911           2,911  ..............          -2,000
  90 TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM            86,921          89,421          86,921  ..............          -2,500
  91 ADVANCED HAWKEYE                  808,993         808,993         808,993  ..............  ..............
  92 H-1 UPGRADES                        3,608           3,608           3,608  ..............  ..............
  93 ACOUSTIC SEARCH SENSORS            18,325          19,325          18,325  ..............          -1,000
  94 V-22A                             117,997         117,997         117,997  ..............  ..............
  95 AIR CREW SYSTEMS                   24,267          24,267          24,267  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
  96 EA-18                             272,699         274,699         272,699  ..............          -2,000
  97 ELECTRONIC WARFARE                 41,064          44,564          41,064  ..............          -3,500
      DEVELOPMENT
  98 VHXX EXECUTIVE HELO               270,971         230,971         270,971  ..............         +40,000
      DEVELOPMENT
  99 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO              853,676         853,676         853,676  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEM--NAVY (JTRS-NAVY)
 100 SC-21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM           621,544         629,544         637,544         +16,000          +8,000
      ENGINEERING
 101 SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT          142,810         146,810         142,810  ..............          -4,000
      SYSTEM ENGINEERING
 102 LPD-17 CLASS SYSTEMS                4,300           4,300           4,300  ..............  ..............
      INTEGRATION
 103 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB (SDB)           9,832           9,832           9,832  ..............  ..............
 104 STANDARD MISSILE                  231,791         231,791         231,791  ..............  ..............
      IMPROVEMENTS
 105 AIRBORNE MCM                       54,761          57,761          54,761  ..............          -3,000
 106 NAVAL INTEGRATED FIRE              11,497          15,497          11,497  ..............          -4,000
      CONTROL-COUNTER AIR
      SYSTEMS ENG
 107 ADVANCED ABOVE WATER              121,494         121,494         121,494  ..............  ..............
      SENSORS
 108 SSN-688 AND TRIDENT               114,789         115,789         122,789          +8,000          +7,000
      MODERNIZATION
 109 AIR CONTROL                         4,166           4,166           4,166  ..............  ..............
 111 SHIPBOARD AVIATION                 28,100          28,100          28,100  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEMS
 112 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER          17,139          17,139          19,139          +2,000          +2,000
      CONVERSION
 113 NEW DESIGN SSN                    223,958         249,958         228,958          +5,000         -21,000
 114 SSN-21 DEVELOPMENTS                 2,457           2,457           2,457  ..............  ..............
 115 SUBMARINE TACTICAL                 53,703          55,703          55,703          +2,000  ..............
      WARFARE SYSTEM
 116 SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/LIVE          62,404          63,404          67,304          +4,900          +3,900
      FIRE T&E;
 118 MINE DEVELOPMENT                    2,092           2,092           2,092  ..............  ..............
 120 LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO                27,056          27,056          27,056  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
 122 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE            10,382          10,382          10,382  ..............  ..............
      ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT
 123 PERSONNEL, TRAINING,                8,830           8,830           8,830  ..............  ..............
      SIMULATION, AND HUMAN
      FACTORS
 125 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON              24,851          30,851          24,851  ..............          -6,000
      SYSTEMS
 126 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (DETECT          33,064          35,064          35,064          +2,000  ..............
      & CONTROL)
 127 SHIP SELF DEFENSE                  67,366          70,366          75,866          +8,500          +5,500
      (ENGAGE: HARD KILL)
 128 SHIP SELF DEFENSE                  34,323          37,323          36,323          +2,000          -1,000
      (ENGAGE: SOFT KILL/EW)
 129 INTELLIGENCE ENGINEERING            1,959           1,959           1,959  ..............  ..............
 130 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT                 7,973          37,573          20,873         +12,900         -16,700
 131 NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM               42,121          42,121          42,121  ..............  ..............
 133 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER            1,707,372       2,038,872       1,805,772         +98,400        -233,100
      (JSF)
 135 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY             22,181          26,181          22,181  ..............          -4,000
      DEVELOPMENT
 136 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY             54,098          62,098          77,098         +23,000         +15,000
      DEVELOPMENT
 138 CH-53X                            417,161         407,161         397,161         -20,000         -10,000
 139 MULTI-MISSION MARITIME            880,106         881,106         880,106  ..............          -1,000
      AIRCRAFT (MMA)
 140 TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC               39,053          41,053          39,053  ..............          -2,000
      SYSTEMS
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING        7,848,516       8,244,616       8,008,216        +159,700        -236,400
            & MANUFACTURING
            DEVELOPMENT     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 141 THREAT SIMULATOR                   23,924          23,924          23,924  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
 142 TARGET SYSTEMS                     32,376          32,376          32,376  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
 143 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT               37,614          41,714          42,614          +5,000            +900
 144 STUDIES AND ANALYSIS                7,516           7,516           7,516  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT--NAVY
 145 CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES          49,360          49,360          49,360  ..............  ..............
 148 TECHNICAL INFORMATION                 694           5,694          19,194         +18,500         +13,500
      SERVICES
 149 MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL &            49,498          49,498          49,498  ..............  ..............
      INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT
 150 STRATEGIC TECHNICAL                 3,452           3,452           3,452  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 151 RDT&E; SCIENCE AND                  68,180          68,180          68,180  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
 152 RDT&E; INSTRUMENTATION               1,423           1,423           1,423  ..............  ..............
      MODERNIZATION
 153 RDT&E; SHIP AND AIRCRAFT           184,541         184,541         184,541  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 154 TEST AND EVALUATION               336,130         336,130         336,130  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 155 OPERATIONAL TEST AND               12,176          12,176          12,176  ..............  ..............
      EVALUATION CAPABILITY
 156 NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC           2,439           2,439           2,439  ..............  ..............
      WARFARE (SEW) SUPPORT
 157 SEW SURVEILLANCE/                  29,071          24,071          29,071  ..............          +5,000
      RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT
 158 MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE          20,166          25,166          21,166          +1,000          -4,000
      SUPPORT
 159 TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC                1,508           1,508           1,508  ..............  ..............
      ACTIVITIES
 160 SERVICE SUPPORT TO JFCOM,           5,078  ..............           5,078  ..............          +5,078
      JNTC
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E;                865,146         869,168         889,646         +24,500         +20,478
            MANAGEMENT SUPPORT     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS
      DEVELOPMENT
 163 HARPOON MODIFICATIONS              43,470          43,470          43,470  ..............  ..............
 164 UNMANNED COMBAT AIR               161,665         161,665         161,665  ..............  ..............
      VEHICLE (UCAV) ADVANCED
      COMPONENT
 165 STRATEGIC SUB & WEAPONS            81,398          54,398          69,398         -12,000         +15,000
      SYSTEM SUPPORT
 166 SSBN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY           33,109          33,109          33,109  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM
 167 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC                  4,149           4,149           4,149  ..............  ..............
      WARFARE DEVELOPMENT
 168 NAVY STRATEGIC                     36,531          36,531          36,531  ..............  ..............
      COMMUNICATIONS
 169 RAPID TECHNOLOGY                   44,756          40,756          40,056          -4,700            -700
      TRANSITION (RTT)
 170 F/A-18 SQUADRONS                   44,891          50,891          48,891          +4,000          -2,000
 171 E-2 SQUADRONS                      22,691          22,691          22,691  ..............  ..............
 172 FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS           23,108          24,108          23,108  ..............          -1,000
      (TACTICAL)
 173 TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK              11,405          17,005          11,405  ..............          -5,600
      MISSION PLANNING CENTER
      (TMPC)
 174 INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE            27,740          29,740          29,740          +2,000  ..............
      SYSTEM
 175 AMPHIBIOUS TACTICAL                 1,845           1,845           1,845  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT UNITS
 176 CONSOLIDATED TRAINING               6,987          10,487           6,987  ..............          -3,500
      SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 177 CRYPTOLOGIC DIRECT                  1,443           1,443           1,443  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 178 ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW)            34,340          34,340          34,340  ..............  ..............
      READINESS SUPPORT
 179 HARM IMPROVEMENT                   34,762          38,262          34,762  ..............          -3,500
 180 TACTICAL DATA LINKS                 5,534           5,534           5,534  ..............  ..............
 181 SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM          11,200          18,200          19,200          +8,000          +1,000
      INTEGRATION
 182 MK-48 ADCAP                        17,941          20,941          17,941  ..............          -3,000
 183 AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS             100,284         108,284         115,284         +15,000          +7,000
 184 NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE             3,473           3,473           3,473  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM
 185 OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER          71,720          71,720          71,720  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEMS
 186 MARINE CORPS                      280,140         285,640         261,240         -18,900         -24,400
      COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
 187 MARINE CORPS GROUND                57,177          66,177          59,177          +2,000          -7,000
      COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS
      SYSTEMS
 188 MARINE CORPS COMBAT                12,946          12,946          12,946  ..............  ..............
      SERVICES SUPPORT
 189 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES               4,445           4,445           4,445  ..............  ..............
 190 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-          4,579           4,579           2,579          -2,000          -2,000
      TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM)
 191 JOINT HIGH SPEED VESSEL            18,934          18,934          18,934  ..............  ..............
      (JHSV)
 192 MARITIME INTELLIGENCE      ..............  ..............           6,000          +6,000          +6,000
 195 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS          736,572         741,572         722,572         -14,000         -19,000
      (SPACE)
 196 INFORMATION SYSTEMS                28,393          32,393          31,893          +3,500            -500
      SECURITY PROGRAM
 197 JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL           1,007           1,007           1,007  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM (JC2)
 198 JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL           5,015           5,015           5,015  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM (JC2)
 199 COBRA JUDY                        132,679         132,679         132,679  ..............  ..............
 200 NAVY METEOROLOGICAL AND             4,887           4,887           4,887  ..............  ..............
      OCEAN SENSORS--SPACE
      (METOC)
 202 JOINT MILITARY                      5,444           5,444           5,444  ..............  ..............
      INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS
 203 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL           50,185          59,185          54,185          +4,000          -5,000
      VEHICLES
 204 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL         116,666         116,666         116,666  ..............  ..............
      VEHICLES
 205 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE            50,677          56,977          55,677          +5,000          -1,300
      SYSTEMS
 206 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE              22,488          22,488          23,988          +1,500          +1,500
      SYSTEMS
 207 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND          19,350          21,350          19,350  ..............          -2,000
      SYSTEMS
 208 AERIAL COMMON SENSOR               16,606           6,606          16,606  ..............         +10,000
      (ACS)
 209 MODELING AND SIMULATION             7,832           7,832           7,832  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 210 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-            19,402          19,402          19,402  ..............  ..............
      IF)
 211 AVIONICS COMPONENT                  1,635           1,635           1,635  ..............  ..............
      IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 212 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS            56,445          58,445          56,445  ..............          -2,000
 213 MARITIME TECHNOLOGY        ..............           1,500          16,000         +16,000         +14,500
      (MARITECH)
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL        2,477,946       2,520,846       2,493,346         +15,400         -27,500
            SYSTEMS
            DEVELOPMENT 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS             1,219,225       1,161,225       1,219,225  ..............         +58,000
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH,         17,075,536      17,718,624      17,472,210        +396,674        -246,414
            DEVELOPMENT, TEST
            & EVAL, NAVY
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 University Research                   76,637           90,637          +14,000  ........................
       Initiatives
          Cell-Based Sensors for   ...............  ...............           +1,500  Isakson
           Chemical Threats
          Low Acoustic and         ...............  ...............           +2,500  Baucus, Tester
           Thermal Signature
           Battlefield Power
           Source
          University Research      ...............  ...............          +10,000  Bayh, Clinton, Collins,
           Initiatives                                                                 Johnson, Kennedy,
                                                                                       Kerry, Levin,
                                                                                       Lieberman, Pryor,
                                                                                       Stabenow
    2 In-House Laboratory                   16,556           17,556           +1,000  ........................
       Independent Research
          Alternative Futures at   ...............  ...............           +1,000  Ensign
           the Range Complex
           level for the
           Southwest U.S.
    3 Defense Research Sciences            374,052          385,752          +11,700  ........................
          Evaluating ELF Signals   ...............  ...............           +1,700  Craig, Crapo
           in Maritime
           Environment
          Navy Science and         ...............  ...............           +1,000  Warner, Webb
           Technology Outreach
          ONAMI Nanoelectronics    ...............  ...............           +2,500  Smith, Wyden
           and Nanometrology
           Initiative
          Texas Microfactory       ...............  ...............           +3,500  Hutchison
          Rotational Molded        ...............  ...............           +3,000  Coleman
           Double Wall for Un-
           manned Patrol Boat
    4 Power Projection Applied              83,419           99,419          +16,000  ........................
       Research
          Advanced Propulsion for  ...............  ...............           +1,000  Snowe
           Gun Launched
           Projectiles and
           Missiles
          Clustered Millimeter     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Biden, Carper
           Wave Imaging Sensors &
           Manufacturing
          Combustion Light Gas     ...............  ...............           +4,000  Byrd
           Gun Projectile
          High Energy              ...............  ...............           +5,000  Bingaman, Cardin,
           Conventional                                                                Domenici, Milukski
           Energetics
          High Performance Alloy   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bond
           Materials, Steel
           Castings
          Unmanned Aerial Vehicle  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Clinton, Schumer
           Fuel Cell Power Source
    5 Force Protection Applied             155,936          196,436          +40,500  ........................
       Research
          Advanced Simulation      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bond
           Tools for Aircraft
           Structures
          Alternative Energy       ...............  ...............          +20,000  Committee Initiative
           Research
          Critical Composite       ...............  ...............           +1,000  Collins, Snowe
           Technologies for SOF
           Medium Range Craft
          Force Protection         ...............  ...............           +2,500  Martinez
           Applied Research
          Lithium-Ion Cell         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Bond
           Development
          Magnetic Refrigeration   ...............  ...............           +4,000  Kohl
           Technology
          PMRF Force Protection    ...............  ...............           +2,500  Inouye
           Lab
          Shipboard Production of  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bennett, Hatch
           Synthetic Logistics
           and Aviation Fuel
          Undersea Perimeter       ...............  ...............           +3,500  Reed
           Security Integrated
           Defense Environment
    6 Marine Corps Landing Force            26,785           31,285           +4,500  ........................
       Technology
          Survivability Program    ...............  ...............           +1,500  Craig, Crapo
          Warfighter Rapid         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Akaka
           Awareness Processing
           Technology for
           Distributed Operations
    7 Materials, Electronics and   ...............            2,000           +2,000  ........................
       Computer Technology
          Infrared Materials       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Inhofe
           Center
    8 Common Picture Applied                93,376          104,376          +11,000  ........................
       Research
          All Weather Sense and    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Cardin, Mikulski
           Avoid for UAVs
          M2C2                     ...............  ...............           +4,000  Inouye
          Theater Undersea         ...............  ...............           +4,000  Akaka, Inouye
           Warfare Initiative
           (TUSW)
    9 Warfighter Sustainment                88,297          101,397          +13,100  ........................
       Applied Research
          Advanced Fouling and     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Conrad, Dorgan
           Corrosion Control
           Coatings
          Amelioration of          ...............  ...............           +1,000  Baucus, Tester
           Military Hearing Loss
          Biosensors for Defense   ...............  ...............           +2,500  Landrieu, Vitter
           Applications
          Digital Directed         ...............  ...............           +1,600  McConnell
           Manufacturing Project
          Miniaturization,         ...............  ...............           +1,000  Collins
           Systemization of
           Semiconducting Metal
           Oxide
          Nanotechnology Research  ...............  ...............           +5,000  Committee Initiative
   10 RF Systems Applied Research           45,451           51,451           +6,000  ........................
          Gallium Nitride RF       ...............  ...............           +2,500  Burr, Dole
           Power Technology
          National Initiatives     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hutchison
           for Applications of
           Multifunctional
           Materials
          Silicon Carbide MOSFETs  ...............  ...............           +1,500  Burr, Dole
           for Electric Power
           Systems
   13 Undersea Warfare Applied              68,455           71,455           +3,000  ........................
       Research
          Galfenol Energy          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Grassley, Harkin
           Harvesting
          High Power Lithium       ...............  ...............           +1,000  Kohl
           Battery
   14 Mine and Expeditionary                59,874           64,374           +4,500  ........................
       Warfare Applied Research
          Electromagnetic          ...............  ...............           +2,500  Crapo
           Signature Assessment
           System Using Multiple
           Autonomous Underwater
           Vehicles
          NMSU Water Security      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Domenici
           Program
          Virtual Onboard Analyst  ...............  ...............           +1,000  Inouye
           (VIRONA) for Multi-
           Sensor Mine Detection
   15 Power Projection Advanced             49,684           89,184          +39,500  ........................
       Technology
          Advanced Motor-          ...............  ...............           +5,000  Craig
           Propulsor Development
           and Testing
          Autonomous Unmanned      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Akaka
           Surface Vessel (AUSV)
          Excalibur                ...............  ...............           +1,000  Warner, Webb
          Expeditionary Craft      ...............  ...............          +20,000  Murkowski, Stevens
          Free Electron Laser      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Warner, Webb
           Naval Applications
          Information Sharing for  ...............  ...............           +1,000  Akaka
           ISRTE
          Long Wavelength Array    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Bingaman, Domenici
          Smart Instrument         ...............  ...............           +6,500  Bingaman, Domenici
           Development for
           Magdalena Ridge
           Observatory
   16 Force Protection Advanced             70,850           99,850          +29,000  ........................
       Technology
          Accelerating Fuel Cells  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Clinton, Schumer
           Manufacturability
          Advanced Volume Sensor   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Gregg, Sununu
           System
          Electrochemical Field-   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Ensign, Reid
           Deployable System for
           Potable Water
           Generation
          Formable Textile for     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Collins, Snowe
           Complex Shaped
           Aerospace Composites
          Future Fuel Non-         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Clinton, Levin, Schumer,
           Tactical Vehicle                                                            Stabenow
           Initiative
          Manufacturing and        ...............  ...............           +4,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Repair Cell
          Maritime Mobile Force    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reed, Whitehouse
           Protection Program
          Secure Infrastructure    ...............  ...............           +4,000  Lautenberg, Menendez
           Technology Laboratory
          Single Generator         ...............  ...............           +5,000  Reid
           Operations Lithium Ion
           Battery
          Wide-Band Gap            ...............  ...............           +2,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Semiconductor
           Materials
   17 Common Picture Advanced               40,782          111,540          +70,758  ........................
       Technology
          GPS Extension Program,   ...............  ...............          +70,758  ........................
           transfer from RDT&E;,
           AF, line 29
   18 Warfighter Sustainment               102,124           95,124           -7,000  ........................
       Advanced Technology
          Slow execution           ...............  ...............          -10,000  ........................
          Defense Modernization    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Clinton, Schumer
           and Sustainment
           Initiative
          Protective Apparel       ...............  ...............           +1,000  Inhofe
           Technology Systems
   19 RF Systems Advanced                   22,676           38,676          +16,000  ........................
       Technology
          Pacific Airborne         ...............  ...............          +16,000  Inouye
           Surveillance and
           Testing
   20 USMC Advanced Technology              70,968           74,968           +4,000  ........................
       Demonstration (ATD)
          MEMS Microdetonator      ...............  ...............           +3,000  Johnson
           Packaging Technology
          Marine Air-Ground Task   ...............  ...............           +1,000  Akaka, Inouye
           Force Situational
           Awareness
   23 Warfighter Protection                 12,145           19,145           +7,000  ........................
       Advanced Technology
          Integrated Warfighter    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Biden, Carper
           Biodefense Program
          Massive Tissue Injury/   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Cardin
           Amputation Repair with
           Composite Tissue
           Transplantation
          Neural Control of        ...............  ...............           +1,000  Bennett
           External Devices
           (artificial limb
           movement)
   24 Undersea Warfare Advanced             73,626           76,826           +3,200  ........................
       Technology
          Deep Water Acoustic      ...............  ...............           +3,200  Lautenberg, Menendez
           Detection System
   27 Air/Ocean Tactical                    47,914           48,914           +1,000  ........................
       Applications
          Semi-Submersible UUV     ...............  ...............           +1,000  Vitter
   28 Aviation Survivability                 6,252           11,752           +5,500  ........................
          Intelligence Gathering   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Burr
           Uninhabited System
          Unmanned Aircraft        ...............  ...............           +3,500  Byrd
           Systems Optimization
           Technologies
   34 Surface Ship Torpedo                  15,967           17,467           +1,500  ........................
       Defense
          Sensor Arrays for        ...............  ...............           +1,500  Bill Nelson
           Multiple Applications
   36 Shipboard System Component             9,450           34,550          +25,100  ........................
       Development
          Advanced Fluid Controls  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Lautenberg, Menendez
           for Shipboard
           Applications
          Advanced Steam Turbine   ...............  ...............           +5,000  Clinton, Schumer
          DDG-51 Homopolar Hybrid  ...............  ...............           +6,100  Cochran
           Drive
          MTTC/IPI and National    ...............  ...............           +4,000  McConnell
           Surface Treatment
           Center
          Power Conversion         ...............  ...............           +1,000  Inhofe
           Equipment for High
           Density Power
           Generation
          Propulsor Manufacturing  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Cochran, Lott
           Technology
          Smart Valve              ...............  ...............           +3,000  Collins, Snowe
   37 PILOT FISH                           132,131          127,131           -5,000  ........................
          Slow execution           ...............  ...............           -5,000  ........................
   41 Surface ASW                           25,560           27,560           +2,000  ........................
          Improved Surface Vessel  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reed
           Torpedo Launcher
   43 Advanced Submarine System            134,882          155,182          +20,300  ........................
       Development
          CISRT Enabling           ...............  ...............           +3,000  Reid
           Materials Technology
          Controllable Shock       ...............  ...............           +1,800  Ensign, Reid
           Absorber for Advanced
           Submarines
          Organic Submarine        ...............  ...............           +3,500  Reed
           Airborne ISRT
           Demonstration
          Submarine Artificial     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Reed, Whitehouse
           Intelligence-Based
           Combat System Kernal
          Twinline Thin Line       ...............  ...............           +4,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Submarine Towed Array
          Undersea Launched        ...............  ...............           +5,000  Dodd, Lieberman, Reed
           Missile Study
   44 Submarine Tactical Warfare             9,865           11,515           +1,650  ........................
       Systems
          Submarine Targeting      ...............  ...............           +1,650  Durbin
           Agile Array with Rapid
           Zooming
   45 Ship Concept Advanced                 30,858           39,858           +9,000  ........................
       Design
          Autonomous Maritime      ...............  ...............           +6,000  Byrd
           Navigation Program
          Low-Signature Modular    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Smith, Wyden
           Weapon Platform
   46 Ship Preliminary Design &             18,736           26,436           +7,700  ........................
       Feasibility Studies
          Common Composite Island  ...............  ...............           +2,700  Cochran, Lott
           Concept
          Support for Naval Ship   ...............  ...............           +5,000  Mikulski
           Hydrodynamic
           Facilities
   50 Littoral Combat Ship (LCS)           217,502          300,502          +83,000  ........................
          Fully Fund LCS 1 and 2   ...............  ...............          +81,000  ........................
          New Payloads and         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cardin
           Sensors Unmanned
           Surface Vehicle System
   53 Marine Corps Assault                 288,220          190,220          -98,000  ........................
       Vehicles
          Expeditionary Fighting   ...............  ...............         -100,000
           Vehicle Program Delay
          Intelligent Machining    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Voinovich
           of Advanced Defense
           Materials
   55 Marine Corps Ground Combat/           80,403           54,403          -26,000  ........................
       Support System
          Joint Light Tactical     ...............  ...............          -35,000  ........................
           Vehicle Contract Delay
          Anti-Sniper Infrared     ...............  ...............           +5,000  Bunning, McConnell
           Targeting System
          Urban Operations         ...............  ...............           +4,000  Brownback, Roberts
           Environmental Lab
   63 Navy Logistic Productivity             3,547            9,547           +6,000  ........................
          Highly Integrated        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Optical Interconnects
          Multi-Colored Infrared   ...............  ...............           +4,000  Gregg
           Sensors
   79 Conventional TRIDENT [Hard           126,434  ...............         -126,434  ........................
       and Deeply Buried Target
       Defeat System ]
          Transfer to RDT&E;, DW,   ...............  ...............         -126,434  ........................
           line 135
   83 Other Helo Development                46,815           41,815           -5,000  ........................
          Program delay            ...............  ...............           -5,000  ........................
  100 SC-21 Total Ship System              621,544          637,544          +16,000  ........................
       Engineering
          Permanent Magnet Motor   ...............  ...............           +9,000  Dodd, Kennedy, Kohl,
                                                                                       Lieberman
          Advanced Wireless        ...............  ...............           +3,000  Ben Nelson
           Encryption Module
          Bio/Nano-MEMS for        ...............  ...............           +4,000  McConnell
           Defense Applications
  108 SSN-688 and Trident                  114,789          122,789           +8,000  ........................
       Modernization
          Advanced Intercept       ...............  ...............           +4,000  Kerry, Reed
           Ranging Systems (AIRS)
          Improved Submarine Thin  ...............  ...............           +4,000  Reed
           Line Towed Array
           Handler
  112 Combat Information Center             17,139           19,139           +2,000  ........................
       Conversion
          Environmentally Sealed,  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Graham
           Ruggedized Large Scale
           Display for Tactical
           Operations Centers
  113 New Design SSN                       223,958          228,958           +5,000  ........................
          Combat Control for       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reed
           Distributed Netted
           Systems
          Submarine Electronic     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Bill Nelson
           Chart Updates
  115 Submarine Tactical Warfare            53,703           55,703           +2,000  ........................
       System
          Automated Submarine      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reed
           Command and Control
           Center
  116 Ship Contract Design/Live             62,404           67,304           +4,900  ........................
       Fire T&E;
          Transfer from NDSF for   ...............  ...............           +4,900  ........................
           ship design
  126 Ship Self Defense (Detect &           33,064           35,064           +2,000  ........................
       Control)
          Expeditionary Swimmer    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cantwell, Murray
           Defense System
  127 Ship Self Defense (Engage:            67,366           75,866           +8,500  ........................
       Hard Kill)
          Next Generation Phalanx  ...............  ...............           +8,500  Bennett, Hatch,
                                                                                       McConnell, Sessions
  128 Ship Self Defense (Engage:            34,323           36,323           +2,000  ........................
       Soft Kill/EW)
          Advanced Radar           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Feinstein
           Absorbing Tiles for
           Surface Ships
  130 Medical Development                    7,973           20,873          +12,900  ........................
          Granular Chitosan        ...............  ...............           +1,000  Smith, Wyden
           Clotting Agent for
           Anti-Coagulated
           Hypothermic Blood
          Multivalent Dengue       ...............  ...............           +3,000  Graham
           Vaccine Program
          Next Generation          ...............  ...............           +4,900  Cochran
           Networking Electronic
           Medical Records
           Project
          Phase 1 Clincal Trials   ...............  ...............           +4,000  Burr, Dole
           for Infusible
           Hemostatic Agent
  133 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)         1,707,372        1,805,772          +98,400  ........................
          Joint Strike Fighter     ...............  ...............         -133,000  ........................
           overbilling
          Competitive Engine       ...............  ...............         +240,000  Bayh, Cochran, Kennedy,
           Program                                                                     Leahy, McConnell,
                                                                                       Warner
          Excessive unearned       ...............  ...............           -8,600  ........................
           award fee carry over
  136 Information Technology                54,098           77,098          +23,000  ........................
       Development
          Condition Based          ...............  ...............           +3,000  Byrd
           Maintenance Enabling
           Technologies
          Digitization of NCIS     ...............  ...............           +8,000  Byrd
           Investigative Files
          Integration of           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Byrd
           Logistics Info for
           Knowledge Projection
           and Readiness
          SPAWAR Systems Center,   ...............  ...............          +10,000  Landrieu, Vitter
           Information Technology
           Center
  138 CH-53X RDTE                          417,161          397,161          -20,000  ........................
          Program delay            ...............  ...............          -20,000  ........................
  143 Major T&E; Investment                  37,614           42,614           +5,000  ........................
          Network Expansion &      ...............  ...............           +5,000  Mikulski
           Integration of Navy/
           NASA RDT&E; Ranges
  148 Technical Information                    694           19,194          +18,500  ........................
       Services
          HTDV                     ...............  ...............          +10,000  Inouye
          Naval Aviation           ...............  ...............           +1,000  Cardin
           Technology Exploration
           Initiative
          Pacific-Based Joint      ...............  ...............           +7,500  Inouye
           Info Tech Center
  158 Marine Corps Program Wide             20,166           21,166           +1,000  ........................
       Support
          Individual Chemical      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Boxer
           Alert System
  165 Strategic Sub & Weapons               81,398           69,398          -12,000  ........................
       System Support
          Reliable Replacement     ...............  ...............          -15,000  ........................
           Warhead
          Advanced Linear          ...............  ...............           +3,000  Bayh, Lugar
           Accelerator Facility
  169 Rapid Technology Transition           44,756           40,056           -4,700  ........................
       (RTT)
          Reduce growth            ...............  ...............           -4,700  ........................
  170 F/A-18 Squadrons                      44,891           48,891           +4,000  ........................
          F/A-18 Tactical          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cornyn
           Operational Flight
           Trainers Fidelity
           Upgrade
          NAVAIR CPI Tech Manual   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Baucus
           Conversion and Support
  174 Integrated Surveillance               27,740           29,740           +2,000  ........................
       System
          Distributed Maritime     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hutchison
           Surveillance System
  181 Surface ASW Combat System             11,200           19,200           +8,000  ........................
       Integration
          Advanced Composite       ...............  ...............           +8,000  Cochran, Lott
           Materials for Acoustic
           Windows Applications
  183 Aviation Improvements                100,284          115,284          +15,000  ........................
          Real-Time Weight and     ...............  ...............           +4,000  Murray
           Balance Measurement
           System for C-130s
          Arc Fault Circuit        ...............  ...............           +1,000  Bennett
           Breaker with Arc
           Location System
          Rapid Repair UV Curable  ...............  ...............           +4,000  Reed, Whitehouse
           Structural Adhesives
          Structural Life          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Warner, Webb
           Tracking
          F/A-18 Avionics Ground   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Casey, Specter
           Support System
          Wireless Sensors for     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Leahy
           Navy Aircraft
  186 Marine Corps Communications          280,140          261,240          -18,900  ........................
       Systems
          Slow execution           ...............  ...............          -25,000  ........................
          Performance              ...............  ...............           +6,100  Cochran, Lott
           Enhancements for
           Information Assurance
           and Information
           Systems
  187 Marine Corps Ground Combat/           57,177           59,177           +2,000  ........................
       Supporting Arms Systems
          Mobile Oxygen,           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cornyn
           Ventilation, and
           External Suction
           (MOVES)
  190 Advanced Medium Range Air-             4,579            2,579           -2,000  ........................
       to-Air Missile (AMRAAM)
          Unjustified Request:     ...............  ...............           -2,000  ........................
           Medium Range Missile
           Concept
  192 Maritime Intelligence        ...............            6,000           +6,000  ........................
          Secure Data Sharing for  ...............  ...............           +1,500  Cantwell
           Digital Radiographic
           Imaging
          Surf Eagle Open Source   ...............  ...............           +4,500  Lott
           Environmental
           Intelligence
  195 Satellite Communications             736,572          722,572          -14,000  ........................
       (SPACE)
          IPv6                     ...............  ...............           +1,000  Akaka
          Program delay: EHF       ...............  ...............          -15,000  ........................
           SATCOM Terminals
  196 Information Systems                   28,393           31,893           +3,500  ........................
       Security Program
          Universal Description,   ...............  ...............           +3,500  Conrad, Dorgan
           Discovery and
           Integration
  203 Tactical Unmanned Aerial              50,185           54,185           +4,000  ........................
       Vehicles
          Advanced Airship Flying  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Smith, Wyden
           Laboratory
          Skybus 80k and 130k LTA- ...............  ...............           +2,000  Collins, Snowe
           UAS Multirole
           Technologies
  205 Airborne Reconnaissance               50,677           55,677           +5,000  ........................
       Systems
          Fusion, Exploitation,    ...............  ...............           +5,000  Bennett
           Algorithm, Targeting,
           High-Altitude
           Reconnaisance
           (FEATHAR)
  206 Manned Reconnaissance                 22,488           23,988           +1,500  ........................
       Systems
          Collective Aperture      ...............  ...............           +1,500  Sununu
           Multi-Band Sensor
           System
  213 Maritime Technology          ...............           16,000          +16,000  ........................
       (MARITECH)
          National Shipbuilding    ...............  ...............          +15,000  Lott, Sessions
           Research Program
          Navy Automatic           ...............  ...............           +1,000  Cochran, Lott
           Identification
           Technology (AID)
           Engineering Support
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

         Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $24,516,276,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  26,711,940,000
House allowance.........................................  26,163,917,000
Committee recommendation................................  26,070,841,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$26,070,841,000. This is $641,099,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT,
          TEST & EVAL, AF     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES         258,259         265,759         268,959         +10,700          +3,200
   2 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH               104,304         104,304         123,304         +19,000         +19,000
      INITIATIVES
   3 HIGH ENERGY LASER                  12,636          12,636          12,636  ..............  ..............
      RESEARCH INITIATIVES
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC                375,199         382,699         404,899         +29,700         +22,200
            RESEARCH     APPLIED RESEARCH
   4 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT        ..............           8,000  ..............  ..............          -8,000
   5 MATERIALS                         122,794         164,294         161,094         +38,300          -3,200
   6 AEROSPACE VEHICLE                 131,948         136,948         136,948          +5,000  ..............
      TECHNOLOGIES
   7 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS                79,856          84,856          87,856          +8,000          +3,000
      APPLIED RESEARCH
   8 AEROSPACE PROPULSION              179,161         201,461         212,961         +33,800         +11,500
   9 AEROSPACE SENSORS                 108,055         119,055         113,055          +5,000          -6,000
  10 MULTI-DISCIPLINARY SPACE   ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  11 SPACE TECHNOLOGY                  109,566         114,416         130,466         +20,900         +16,050
  12 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS             57,804          59,304          57,804  ..............          -1,500
  13 DIRECTED ENERGY                    54,883          57,883          54,883  ..............          -3,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  14 COMMAND CONTROL AND               116,705         125,105         118,705          +2,000          -6,400
      COMMUNICATIONS
  16 HIGH ENERGY LASER                  50,303          50,303          50,303  ..............  ..............
      RESEARCH
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED            1,011,075       1,123,625       1,124,075        +113,000            +450
            RESEARCH     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
      DEVELOPMENT
  20 ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR             39,730          65,230          51,730         +12,000         -13,500
      WEAPON SYSTEMS
  21 ADVANCED AEROSPACE                 55,549          65,549          55,549  ..............         -10,000
      SENSORS
  22 AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/          64,922          29,822          64,922  ..............         +35,100
      DEMO
  23 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND          117,990         125,990         140,890         +22,900         +14,900
      POWER TECHNOLOGY
  24 CREW SYSTEMS AND                   28,558          37,258          34,558          +6,000          -2,700
      PERSONNEL PROTECTION
      TECHNOLOGY
  25 ELECTRONIC COMBAT                  23,743          26,743          25,843          +2,100            -900
      TECHNOLOGY
  28 ADVANCED SPACECRAFT                78,704          98,004          93,004         +14,300          -5,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  29 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM          70,758  ..............  ..............         -70,758  ..............
      (GPS) EXTENSION PROGRAM
  30 MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE             5,237           7,237          46,737         +41,500         +39,500
      SYSTEM (MSSS)
  32 CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS               16,904          18,904          16,904  ..............          -2,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  33 ADVANCED WEAPONS                   43,999          43,999          74,999         +31,000         +31,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  34 C3I ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT           27,357          29,357          32,257          +4,900          +2,900
  36 HIGH ENERGY LASER                   3,815           3,815           3,815  ..............  ..............
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
      PROGRAM
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED             577,266         551,908         641,208         +63,942         +89,300
            TECHNOLOGY
            DEVELOPMENT     DEMONSTRATION &
      VALIDATION
  40 INTELLIGENCE ADVANCED               4,930           5,930           4,930  ..............          -1,000
      DEVELOPMENT
  41 PHYSICAL SECURITY                     466           2,466           3,466          +3,000          +1,000
      EQUIPMENT
  42 NAVSTAR GLOBAL                    587,226         507,226         437,226        -150,000         -70,000
      POSITIONING SYSTEM III
  43 ADVANCED EHF MILSATCOM            603,179         603,179         603,179  ..............  ..............
      (SPACE)
  44 POLAR MILSATCOM (SPACE)           178,754         178,754         178,754  ..............  ..............
  45 SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY           37,604          62,604          42,604          +5,000         -20,000
  46 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION              26,054          26,054          26,054  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY
  47 NATO RESEARCH AND                   4,280           4,280           4,280  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
  48 INTERNATIONAL SPACE                   619             619             619  ..............  ..............
      COOPERATIVE R&D;
  49 TRANSFORMATIONAL SATCOM           963,585         963,585         763,585        -200,000        -200,000
      (TSAT)
  50 INTEGRATED BROADCAST               21,192          21,192          21,192  ..............  ..............
      SERVICE
  51 INTERCONTINENTAL                   26,519          32,519          26,519  ..............          -6,000
      BALLISTIC MISSILE
  52 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SYSTEM          19,213          19,213          19,213  ..............  ..............
      RDT&E; (SPACE)
  53 SPACE-BASED RADAR          ..............         186,000  ..............  ..............        -186,000
  54 POLLUTION PREVENTION (DEM/          2,838           8,838           7,838          +5,000          -1,000
      VAL)
  55 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH            7,544           7,544           7,544  ..............  ..............
      AND LANDING SYSTEMS
  60 COMMON AERO VEHICLE (CAV)          32,806          37,806  ..............         -32,806         -37,806
  61 OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE           87,032         107,032          87,032  ..............         -20,000
      SPACE
  63 NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING           334,871         334,871         334,871  ..............  ..............
      OPERATIONAL
      ENVIRONMENTAL SAT
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,                    2,938,712       3,109,712       2,568,906        -369,806        -540,806
            DEMONSTRATION &
            VALIDATION     ENGINEERING &
      MANUFACTURING
      DEVELOPMENT
  64 GLOBAL BROADCAST SERVICE           29,407          29,407          29,407  ..............  ..............
      (GBS)
  66 NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT            20,319          20,319          20,319  ..............  ..............
  67 B-1B                              159,126         144,126         169,126         +10,000         +25,000
  68 SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE          12,622          12,622          15,622          +3,000          +3,000
      FLIGHT TRAINING
  70 B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY           244,019         289,219         292,019         +48,000          +2,800
      BOMBER
  71 PERSONNEL RECOVERY                290,059         190,059          98,059        -192,000         -92,000
      SYSTEMS
  72 ELECTRONIC WARFARE                101,649         103,149         103,649          +2,000            +500
      DEVELOPMENT
  74 PHYSICAL SECURITY                      34              34              34  ..............  ..............
      EQUIPMENT
  75 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB (SDB)         145,191         145,191         145,191  ..............  ..............
  76 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS               53,412          53,412          65,412         +12,000         +12,000
  77 SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS         187,804         197,604         187,804  ..............          -9,800
      SYSTEMS
  78 AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC                20,007          20,007          20,007  ..............  ..............
      ATTACK
  79 SPACE BASED INFRARED              587,004         614,604         587,004  ..............         -27,600
      SYSTEM (SBIRS) HIGH EMD
  80 ALTERNATIVE INFRARED              230,887          75,887          75,000        -155,887            -887
      SPACE SYSTEM (AIRSS)
  82 ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE                   1,985           3,485           1,985  ..............          -1,500
      DEVELOPMENT
  83 SUBMUNITIONS                        1,988           1,988           1,988  ..............  ..............
  84 AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT               10,623          12,623          10,623  ..............          -2,000
  86 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS               12,649          13,649          12,649  ..............          -1,000
  87 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES             17,657          17,657          17,657  ..............  ..............
  88 INTEGRATED COMMAND &                  189          13,189           8,189          +8,000          -5,000
      CONTROL APPLICATIONS
      (IC2A)
  89 INTELLIGENCE EQUIPMENT              1,469           1,469           5,969          +4,500          +4,500
  91 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER            1,780,874       2,137,374       1,879,324         +98,450        -258,050
      (JSF)
  94 RDT&E; FOR AGING AIRCRAFT           17,021          19,021          19,021          +2,000  ..............
  95 TEST AND EVALUATION                 3,044           3,044           3,044  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
  96 LINK-16 SUPPORT AND               199,363         196,363         199,363  ..............          +3,000
      SUSTAINMENT
  98 E-10 SQUADRONS                     39,703          39,703          39,703  ..............  ..............
  99 SINGLE INTEGRATED AIR               4,976           4,976           4,976  ..............  ..............
      PICTURE (SIAP)
 100 FULL COMBAT MISSION                87,096          72,096          87,096  ..............         +15,000
      TRAINING
 102 JOINT CARGO AIRCRAFT               42,368          42,368  ..............         -42,368         -42,368
      (JCA)
 103 CV-22                              16,688          16,688          16,688  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING        4,319,233       4,491,333       4,116,928        -202,305        -374,405
            & MANUFACTURING
            DEVELOPMENT     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 104 THREAT SIMULATOR                   39,892          39,892          39,892  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
 105 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT               59,064          61,064          63,564          +4,500          +2,500
 106 RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE             30,999          30,999          30,999  ..............  ..............
 109 INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST           30,203          30,203          30,203  ..............  ..............
      & EVALUATION
 110 TEST AND EVALUATION               737,558         712,558         737,558  ..............         +25,000
      SUPPORT
 111 ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH              15,145          20,145          15,145  ..............          -5,000
      PROGRAM (SPACE)
 112 SPACE TEST PROGRAM (STP)           47,430          47,430          47,430  ..............  ..............
 113 FACILITIES RESTORATION &           59,131          60,131          59,131  ..............          -1,000
      MODERNIZATION--TEST &
      EVAL
 114 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT--           30,865          34,865          30,865  ..............          -4,000
      TEST AND EVALUATION
      SUPPORT
 117 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES            4,041           4,041           4,041  ..............  ..............
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E;              1,054,328       1,041,328       1,058,828          +4,500         +17,500
            MANAGEMENT SUPPORT     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS
      DEVELOPMENT
 118 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY             10,930          10,930          10,930  ..............  ..............
      EXECUTIVE AGENCY
 120 B-52 SQUADRONS                     41,916          47,416          41,916  ..............          -5,500
 122 AIR-LAUNCHED CRUISE                 4,672           4,672           4,672  ..............  ..............
      MISSILE (ALCM)
 123 STRAT WAR PLANNING                 20,340          20,340          20,340  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEM--USSTRATCOM
 124 NIGHT FIST--USSTRATCOM              5,296           5,296           5,296  ..............  ..............
 126 REGION/SECTOR OPERATION            23,495          23,495          23,495  ..............  ..............
      CONTROL CENTER
      MODERNIZATION
 127 WARFIGHTER RAPID                   14,245          14,245          14,245  ..............  ..............
      ACQUISITION PROCESS
      (WRAP) RAPID TRAN
 128 MQ-9 UAV                           61,069          61,069          65,069          +4,000          +4,000
 129 A-10 SQUADRONS                      1,963           1,963           1,963  ..............  ..............
 130 F-16 SQUADRONS                     90,620          90,620          70,620         -20,000         -20,000
 131 F-15E SQUADRONS                   101,251         114,251         104,251          +3,000         -10,000
 133 F-22 SQUADRONS                    743,593         379,563         611,393        -132,200        +231,830
 135 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES               7,927           7,927           7,927  ..............  ..............
 136 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-         36,838          36,838          33,638          -3,200          -3,200
      TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM)
 139 AF TENCAP                          11,526          11,526          11,526  ..............  ..............
 141 COMPASS CALL                        4,603           4,603           9,603          +5,000          +5,000
 142 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT         139,042         139,042         139,042  ..............  ..............
      IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 144 JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE               12,152          12,152          12,152  ..............  ..............
      STANDOFF MISSILE (JASSM)
 145 AIR AND SPACE OPERATIONS          111,557         111,557         101,057         -10,500         -10,500
      CENTER (AOC)
 146 CONTROL AND REPORTING              16,505          16,505          25,005          +8,500          +8,500
      CENTER (CRC)
 147 AIRBORNE WARNING AND              152,721         152,721         152,721  ..............  ..............
      CONTROL SYSTEM (AWACS)
 148 TACTICAL AIRBORNE CONTROL           3,387           3,387           3,387  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEMS
 149 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS            33,584          33,584          33,584  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEMS
 150 EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS           650,608         652,608         650,608  ..............          -2,000
      PROGRAM
 152 THEATER BATTLE MANAGEMENT           9,961           9,961           9,961  ..............  ..............
      (TBM) C4I
 153 FIGHTER TACTICAL DATA              39,545          39,545          39,545  ..............  ..............
      LINK
 154 BOMBER TACTICAL DATA LINK          37,130          37,130          37,130  ..............  ..............
 155 C2ISR TACTICAL DATA LINK            1,809           1,809           1,809  ..............  ..............
 156 COMMAND AND CONTROL (C2)           45,049          45,049          45,049  ..............  ..............
      CONSTELLATION
 157 JOINT SURVEILLANCE AND             65,924          82,924          65,924  ..............         -17,000
      TARGET ATTACK RADAR
      SYSTEM
 158 SEEK EAGLE                         22,969          22,969          22,969  ..............  ..............
 160 USAF MODELING AND                  23,044          25,044          24,244          +1,200            -800
      SIMULATION
 161 WARGAMING AND SIMULATION            6,490           6,490           6,490  ..............  ..............
      CENTERS
 162 DISTRIBUTED TRAINING AND            7,522           7,522           7,522  ..............  ..............
      EXERCISES
 163 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS          105,371         105,371         105,371  ..............  ..............
 164 INFORMATION WARFARE                12,111          12,111          12,111  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 165 SPECIAL EVALUATION SYSTEM         760,312         760,312         760,312  ..............  ..............
 167 COBRA BALL                 ..............  ..............           2,500          +2,500          +2,500
 171 E-4B NATIONAL AIRBORNE             19,529          19,529          19,529  ..............  ..............
      OPERATIONS CENTER (NAOC)
 172 AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS            2,022           2,022           2,022  ..............  ..............
      (AIRCOM)
 173 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL                 103,846          83,846          88,846         -15,000          +5,000
      EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
      NETWORK
 174 INFORMATION SYSTEMS               229,657         187,610         210,457         -19,200         +22,847
      SECURITY PROGRAM
 175 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT              10,631          12,131          10,631  ..............          -1,500
      SYSTEM
 176 GLOBAL COMMAND AND                  3,397          14,897           3,397  ..............         -11,500
      CONTROL SYSTEM
 177 JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL           5,841           5,841           5,841  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM (JC2)
 178 MILSATCOM TERMINALS               388,491         388,491         388,491  ..............  ..............
 180 AIRBORNE SIGINT                   139,627         124,627         147,627          +8,000         +23,000
      ENTERPRISE
 183 GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC                  6,681           6,681           6,681  ..............  ..............
      MANAGEMENT (GATM)
 184 SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK          27,256          27,256          27,256  ..............  ..............
      (SPACE)
 185 WEATHER SERVICE                    39,747          40,747          40,747          +1,000  ..............
 186 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL,                4,672           5,392           7,672          +3,000          +2,280
      APPROACH, AND LANDING
      SYSTEM (ATC
 187 AERIAL TARGETS                      7,376           7,376           7,376  ..............  ..............
 190 SECURITY AND                          829             829             829  ..............  ..............
      INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES
 194 NAVSTAR GLOBAL                     93,267         156,467         156,267         +63,000            -200
      POSITIONING SYSTEM (USER
      EQUIPMENT)
 195 NAVSTAR GLOBAL                    120,931         120,931         120,931  ..............  ..............
      POSITIONING SYSTEM
      (SPACE AND CONTROL)
 197 SPACE AND MISSILE TEST              3,089           3,089           3,089  ..............  ..............
      AND EVALUATION CENTER
 198 SPACE WARFARE CENTER                1,678           1,678           1,678  ..............  ..............
 199 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM             27,300          27,300          27,300  ..............  ..............
      (SPACE)
 200 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO             1,134           1,134           1,134  ..............  ..............
      INFORMATION OPERATIONS
 202 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE            64,869          64,869          64,869  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEMS
 203 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE              12,672          15,672          17,672          +5,000          +2,000
      SYSTEMS
 204 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/        107,117         108,117         107,117  ..............          -1,000
      SURFACE SYSTEMS
 205 PREDATOR UAV (JMIP)                22,296          25,796          35,296         +13,000          +9,500
 206 GLOBAL HAWK UAV                   298,501         260,501         291,501          -7,000         +31,000
 207 NETWORK-CENTRIC                     8,641           8,641           8,641  ..............  ..............
      COLLABORATIVE TARGET
      (TIARA)
 208 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO             5,362           5,362           5,362  ..............  ..............
      INFORMATION WARFARE
 209 NCMC--TW/AA SYSTEM                 11,882          11,882          11,882  ..............  ..............
 211 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM             38,974          38,974          38,974  ..............  ..............
      (SPACE)
 213 NATIONAL SECURITY SPACE            10,821          10,821          10,821  ..............  ..............
      OFFICE
 214 SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS          23,980          23,980          23,980  ..............  ..............
      OPERATIONS
 215 NASS, IO TECHNOLOGY                15,681          15,681          15,681  ..............  ..............
      INTEGRATION & TOOL DEV
 216 SHARED EARLY WARNING                3,152           3,152           3,152  ..............  ..............
      (SEW)
 217 C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON            188,069         192,069         251,569         +63,500         +59,500
 218 C-5 AIRLIFT SQUADRONS             203,585         185,585         178,585         -25,000          -7,000
 219 C-17 AIRCRAFT                     181,734         181,734         181,734  ..............  ..............
 220 C-130J PROGRAM                     74,223          74,223          74,223  ..............  ..............
 222 LARGE AIRCRAFT IR                  19,324          19,324          19,324  ..............  ..............
      COUNTERMEASURES (LAIRCM)
 223 KC-135S                             8,766           8,766           8,766  ..............  ..............
 224 KC-10S                             36,790          13,790          13,790         -23,000  ..............
 225 KC-135 TANKER REPLACEMENT         314,454         114,454         314,454  ..............        +200,000
 226 OPERATIONAL SUPPORT                 4,868           4,868           4,868  ..............  ..............
      AIRLIFT
 227 AIR MOBILITY TACTICAL      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      DATA LINK
 228 SPECIAL TACTICS/COMBAT              5,225           5,225           8,825          +3,600          +3,600
      CONTROL
 229 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-             1,510           1,510           1,510  ..............  ..............
      IF)
 230 ACQUISITION AND                    22,317          22,317          22,317  ..............  ..............
      MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 231 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS            39,906          48,906          45,906          +6,000          -3,000
 233 LOGISTICS INFORMATION             114,176         115,676         114,176  ..............          -1,500
      TECHNOLOGY (LOGIT)
 234 SUPPORT SYSTEMS                    11,076          17,576          22,576         +11,500          +5,000
      DEVELOPMENT
 235 JOINT NATIONAL TRAINING             3,128  ..............           3,128  ..............          +3,128
      CENTER
 236 OTHER PERSONNEL                       115             115             115  ..............  ..............
      ACTIVITIES
 237 JOINT PERSONNEL RECOVERY            5,377           5,377           5,377  ..............  ..............
      AGENCY
 238 SERVICE-WIDE SUPPORT (NOT           6,495           6,495           6,495  ..............  ..............
      OTHERWISE ACCOUNTED FOR)
 239 CIVILIAN COMPENSATION               8,070           8,070           8,070  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM
 240 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION           16,832          16,832          16,832  ..............  ..............
 241 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT               47,105          37,105          47,105  ..............         +10,000
      INFORMATION SYSTEMS
      DEVELOPMENT
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL        6,611,171       6,023,886       6,557,871         -53,300        +533,985
            SYSTEMS
            DEVELOPMENT 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS             9,824,956       9,439,426       9,598,126        -226,830        +158,700
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH,         26,711,940      26,163,917      26,070,841        -641,099         -93,076
            DEVELOPMENT, TEST
            & EVAL, AF
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 Defense Research Sciences            258,259          268,959          +10,700  ........................
          Coal Transformation      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Lugar
           Laboratory
          Development and          ...............  ...............           +3,000  Coleman, Klobuchar
           Validation of Advanced
           Design Technologies
           for Hypersonic
           Research
          High Energy Laser for    ...............  ...............           +5,000  Ben Nelson, Hagel
           Detection, Inspection
           and Non-destructive
           Testing
          Hybrid Materials for     ...............  ...............           +1,000  Stabenow
           Thermal Management
          UNR-Millimeter Wave-     ...............  ...............             +700  Reid
           Based Fatigue
           Countermeasure
           Technology
    2 University Research                  104,304          123,304          +19,000  ........................
       Initiatives
          Battlespace: Reducing    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Ben Nelson, Hagel
           Military Decision
           Cycles
          High Temperature         ...............  ...............           +1,000  Hutchison
           Hydrogen Energy
           Production Facility
          Partnership in           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Allard, Salazar
           Innovative Preparation
           for Educators and
           Students (PIPES) and
           the Space Education
           Consortium (SEC)
          Secure Grids for         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Cornyn
           Network Centric
           Operations
          University Research      ...............  ...............          +10,000  Bayh, Clinton, Collins,
           Initiatives                                                                 Johnson, Kennedy,
                                                                                       Kerry, Levin,
                                                                                       Lieberman, Pryor,
                                                                                       Stabenow
    5 Materials                            122,794          161,094          +38,300  ........................
          Affordable structural    ...............  ...............           -3,500  ........................
           and non-structural
           materials for space-
           program growth
          Accelerated Insertion    ...............  ...............           +3,500  Brownback, Roberts
           of Advanced Materials
           and Certification for
           Military Aircraft
           Structure Material
           Substitution and
           Repair
          Advanced Aerospace       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Voinovich
           Carbon Foam Heat
           Exchangers
          Advanced Carbon Fiber    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Graham
           Research & Testing
           Initiative
          Advanced Engineered Non- ...............  ...............           +1,200  Baucus, Tester
           Linear Optical
           Materials for Critical
           Wavelengths
          Air Force Minority       ...............  ...............           +7,500  Alexander, Hutchison,
           Leaders Program                                                             Landrieu
          Aircraft Fatigue         ...............  ...............           +2,500  Hutchison
           Modeling and
           Simulation
          Consortium for           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hutchison
           Nanomaterials for
           Aerospace Commerce and
           Technology (CONTACT)
          Durable Hybrid Coatings  ...............  ...............           +1,500  Conrad, Dorgan
           for Aircraft Systems
          Fire and Blast           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Kohl
           Resistant Materials
           for Force Protection
          Fully Integrated Solar-  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Brown
           Powered Interior
           Lighting Technology
          Nanocomposites for       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Brownback
           Lightning Protection
           of Composite Airframe
           Structures
          Nanotechnology research  ...............  ...............           +5,000  Committee Initiative
          ONAMI Safer              ...............  ...............           +4,000  Smith, Wyden
           Nanomaterials and
           Nanomanufacturing
          Polymer Stress and       ...............  ...............           +3,600  Cochran
           Sensor Damage Sensors
           for Composites
    6 Aerospace Vehicle                    131,948          136,948           +5,000  ........................
       Technologies
          Characterization of      ...............  ...............           +4,000  Voinovich
           Airborne Environment
           for Tactical Lasers
          Single-Mode Optical      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Levin
           Connectors for
           Advanced Air Vehicles
    7 Human Effectiveness Applied           79,856           87,856           +8,000  ........................
       Research
          Component Object Model   ...............  ...............           +4,000  Murray
           (COM) Attitude Control
           System Simulation/
           Trainer
          Solid Electrolyte        ...............  ...............           +4,000  Casey, Specter
           Oxygen Separator
    8 Aerospace Propulsion                 179,161          212,961          +33,800  ........................
          Active Combustion        ...............  ...............           +4,000  Grassley, Harkin
           Control Systems for
           Military Aircraft
          Advanced Fuel Cell       ...............  ...............             +800  Reid
           Based Power System for
           Small UAVs
          Alternative Energy       ...............  ...............          +20,000  Committee Initiative
           Research
          High Energy Superior     ...............  ...............           +6,000  Bond
           Lithium Battery
           Technology
          Modified F-22            ...............  ...............           +1,000  Chambliss, Isakson
           Maintenance-Free
           Nickel Cadmium
           Aircraft Batteries for
           the F-16
          VDVP for UAV/UCAV        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Aircraft Engines
    9 Aerospace Sensors                    108,055          113,055           +5,000  ........................
          Super-Resolution Sensor  ...............  ...............           +5,000  Allard
           System (S3)
   11 Space Technology                     109,566          130,466          +20,900  ........................
          Advanced Modular         ...............  ...............           +2,500  Bingaman, Domenici
           Avionics for
           Operationally
           Responsive Space Use
          Deployable Structure     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Allard
           Systems for Space
          Field Programmable Gate  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bingaman, Domenici
           Arrays
          HAARP                    ...............  ...............           +4,000  Stevens
          High Energy Matter       ...............  ...............           +1,000  Murray
           Space Propulsion
           Initiative
          Microsatellite Target    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Allard, Salazar
           System
          Multicontinuum           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Enzi
           Technology for Space
           Structures
          Nuclear Test Seismic     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Leahy, Kerry
           Research
          Reconfigurable           ...............  ...............           +2,000  Craig, Crapo
           Electronics and Non-
           Volatile Memory
           Research
          Shielding Rocket         ...............  ...............             +400  Johnson, Thune
           Payloads
   14 Command Control and                  116,705          118,705           +2,000  ........................
       Communications
          Cyber Attack Mitigation  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Clinton, Schumer
           and Exploitation
           Laboratory II (CAMEL
           II)
   20 Advanced Materials for                39,730           51,730          +12,000  ........................
       Weapon Systems
          Aircraft Evaluation      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Grassley, Harkin
           Readiness Initiative
           (AERI)
          Hybrid Bearings          ...............  ...............           +3,000  Gregg, Voinovich
          Metals Affordability     ...............  ...............           +5,000  Bennett, Bingaman,
           Initiative                                                                  Brown, Casey, Dodd,
                                                                                       Kohl, Lieberman, Reed,
                                                                                       Reid, Rockefeller,
                                                                                       Smith, Wyden
          Strategic Bio-fuels      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cornyn
           Supply Program
   23 Aerospace Propulsion and             117,990          140,890          +22,900  ........................
       Power Technology
          Bi-Polar Wafer-cell      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Dodd, Lieberman
           Nickel Metal Hydride
           Battery
          Family of Motors         ...............  ...............           +8,000  Bennett, Hatch
           Capability
           Demonstration
          Silicon Carbide Power    ...............  ...............           +6,900  Cochran, Lott
           Electronics for More
           Electric Aircraft
          Versatile Affordable     ...............  ...............           +6,000  Bennett, Dodd, Hatch
           Advanced Turbine
           Engine, High Speed
           Turbine Engine
           Demonstrator
   24 Crew Systems and Personnel            28,558           34,558           +6,000  ........................
       Protection Technology
          Low Cost/Improved        ...............  ...............           +3,000  Casey
           Performance Helmet
           Display and Life
           Support Technologies
          Water Purification with  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Leahy
           Fused Carbon Nanotube
           Nanostructured
           Material
   25 Electronic Combat                     23,743           25,843           +2,100  ........................
       Technology
          Advanced Threat Alert    ...............  ...............           +2,100  Gregg, Sununu
           Advanced Technology
           Demonstration
   28 Advanced Spacecraft                   78,704           93,004          +14,300  ........................
       Technology
          Advanced space-based     ...............  ...............           -1,500  ........................
           infrared technology
           and hardened focal
           plane arrays program
           growth
          COTS Technology for      ...............  ...............           +2,500  Specter
           Space Situational
           Awareness
          Intelligent Free Space   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Lincoln, Pryor
           Optical Satellite
           Communications Node
          Large Automated          ...............  ...............           +4,300  Cochran, Lott, Sessions
           Production of
           Expendable Launch
           Structures (LAPELS)
          Systematic Hierarchical  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Craig, Crapo
           Approach to Radiation-
           Hardened Electronics
           (SHARE)
          Thin Film Amorphous      ...............  ...............           +4,000  Levin
           Solar Arrays
   29 Global Positioning System             70,758  ...............          -70,758  ........................
       (GPS) Extension Program
          GPS extension transfer   ...............  ...............          -70,758  ........................
           to RDN, Line 17
   30 Maui Space Surveillance                5,237           46,737          +41,500  ........................
       System (MSSS)
          Maui Space Surveillance  ...............  ...............          +24,000  Inouye
           System (MSSS)
           Operations & Research
          High Accuracy Network    ...............  ...............           +6,500  Akaka, Inouye
           Determination System
           (HANDS)
          PanSTARRS                ...............  ...............          +11,000  Inouye
   33 Advanced Weapons Technology           43,999           74,999          +31,000  ........................
          All Electric Laser       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bond
          Applications of LIDAR    ...............  ...............           +9,000  Inouye
           to Vehicles with
           Analysis (ALVA)
          Real-time Optical        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Inouye
           Surveillance
           Applications
          Satellite Active         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Bingaman, Domenici
           Imaging National
           Testbed Program
          Space Situational        ...............  ...............          +15,000  Committee Initiative
           Awareness research
   34 C3I Advanced Development              27,357           32,257           +4,900  ........................
          Massively Parallel       ...............  ...............           +4,900  Ensign, Reid
           Optical Interconnects
           for Battlespace
           Information Exchange
   41 Physical Security Equipment              466            3,466           +3,000  ........................
          Tactical Automated       ...............  ...............           +3,000  Mikulski
           Security System (TASS)
           Advanced
           Communications Module
   42 NAVSTAR Global Positioning           587,226          437,226         -150,000  ........................
       System III
          Premature request        ...............  ...............         -150,000  ........................
           (Transfer to RDAF,
           Line 194)
   45 Space Control Technology              37,604           42,604           +5,000  ........................
          Multi-mission            ...............  ...............           +5,000  Inouye
           Deployable Optical
           System
   49 Transformational SATCOM              963,585          763,585         -200,000  ........................
       (TSAT)
          TSAT program growth      ...............  ...............         -200,000  ........................
   54 Pollution Prevention                   2,838            7,838           +5,000  ........................
          02 Diesel Air Quality    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reid
           Project
          Assessment of            ...............  ...............           +3,000  Smith, Wyden
           Alternative Energy for
           Aircraft Ground
           Equipment (AGE)
   60 Common Aero Vehicle (CAV)             32,806  ...............          -32,806  ........................
          CAV (HTV and CSM)--      ...............  ...............          -32,806  ........................
           transfer to RDDW, Line
           135
   67 B-1B                                 159,126          169,126          +10,000  ........................
          B-1 Bomber 16 Carry      ...............  ...............          +10,000  Thune
           Adapter
   68 Specialized Undergraduate             12,622           15,622           +3,000  ........................
       Flight Training
          AT-6B                    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Brownback
   70 B-2 Advanced Technology              244,019          292,019          +48,000  ........................
       Bomber
          Transfer from APAF Line  ...............  ...............          +38,000  ........................
           23 for restructured
           radar modernization
          Massive Ordnance         ...............  ...............          +10,000  Feinstein, Inhofe
           Penetrator for B-2
   71 Personnel Recovery Systems           290,059           98,059         -192,000  ........................
          CSAR-X--contract award   ...............  ...............         -192,000  ........................
           delay
   72 Electronic Warfare                   101,649          103,649           +2,000  ........................
       Development
          Rapid Replacement of     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Chambliss, Isakson
           Mission Critical
           Logisitics Electronic
           Components
   76 Counterspace Systems                  53,412           65,412          +12,000  ........................
          Space Control Test       ...............  ...............           +5,000  Sessions, Shelby
           Capabilities
          RAIDRS Block 20 (Air     ...............  ...............           +7,000  Committee Initiative
           Force unfunded
           requirement)
   80 Alternative Infrared Space           230,887           75,000         -155,887  ........................
       System (AIRSS)
          AIRSS                    ...............  ...............         -155,887  ........................
   88 Integrated Command &                     189            8,189           +8,000  ........................
       Control Applications
       (IC2A)
          ASSET eWing and Data     ...............  ...............           +5,000  Byrd
           Fusion Technology
           Integration Base
          Global Awareness         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Ben Nelson
           Presentation Services
           (GAPS)
   89 Intelligence Equipment                 1,469            5,969           +4,500  ........................
          Electronic Warfare       ...............  ...............           +4,500  Craig, Crapo
           Modeling, Simulation
           and Wireless Testing
           Center
   91 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)         1,780,874        1,879,324          +98,450  ........................
          Excessive unearned       ...............  ...............           -8,550  ........................
           award fee carryover
          Joint Strike Fighter     ...............  ...............         -133,000  ........................
           overbilling
          Joint Strike Fighter     ...............  ...............         +240,000  Bayh, Cochran, Kennedy,
           F136 Alternate Engine                                                       Leahy, McConnell,
                                                                                       Warner
   94 RDT&E; for Aging Aircraft              17,021           19,021           +2,000  ........................
          Aging Landing Gear Life  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bennett, Hatch
           Extension
  102 Joint Cargo Aircraft (JCA)            42,368  ...............          -42,368  ........................
          Unjustified request      ...............  ...............          -42,368  ........................
  105 Major T&E; Investment                  59,064           63,564           +4,500  ........................
          Holloman High Speed      ...............  ...............           +4,500  Domenici
           Test Track
  128 MQ-9 UAV                              61,069           65,069           +4,000  ........................
          Predator Aircrew         ...............  ...............           +4,000  Clinton, Schumer
           Mission Training
           System (PMATS) Upgrade
  130 F-16 Squadrons                        90,620           70,620          -20,000  ........................
          Program execution        ...............  ...............          -20,000  ........................
  131 F-15E Squadrons                      101,251          104,251           +3,000  ........................
          F-15 AESA Radar Upgrade  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Feinstein, Lott
  133 F-22A Squadrons                      743,593          611,393         -132,200  ........................
          F-22A program growth     ...............  ...............         -132,200  ........................
  136 Advanced Medium Range Air-            36,838           33,638           -3,200  ........................
       to-Air Missile (AMRAAM)
          JDRADM premature         ...............  ...............           -3,200  ........................
           request
  141 Compass Call                           4,603            9,603           +5,000  ........................
          Compass Call             ...............  ...............           +5,000  Gregg, Lugar
  145 Air & Space Operations               111,557          101,057          -10,500  ........................
       Center (AOC)
          Space C2 Operations--    ...............  ...............          -10,500  ........................
           Reduction for Space C2
           System only--premature
           request
  146 Control and Reporting                 16,505           25,005           +8,500  ........................
       Center (CRC)
          BCS-Mobile Upgrades--    ...............  ...............           +8,500  ........................
           transfer from OPAF,
           Line 19
  160 USAF Modeling and                     23,044           24,244            1,200  ........................
       Simulation
          Research Visualization   ...............  ...............           +1,200  Reid
           Facility
  167 COBRA BALL                   ...............            2,500           +2,500  ........................
          Pointing and             ...............  ...............           +2,500  Bill Nelson
           Stabilization System
           Upgrade for Cobra Ball
  173 Minimum Essential Emergency          103,846           88,846          -15,000  ........................
       Communications Network
       (MEECN)
          Ground Element MEECN     ...............  ...............          -15,000  ........................
           System--program delay
  174 Information Systems                  229,657          210,457          -19,200  ........................
       Security Program
          Program execution        ...............  ...............          -20,000  ........................
          Cyber Security Attack    ...............  ...............             +800  Baucus, Tester
           and Defend Exercises
  180 Airborne SIGINT Enterprise           139,627          147,627           +8,000  ........................
          Ku Beyond Line of Sight  ...............  ...............           +8,000  Bennett, Hatch
           Satcom Datalink for
           Senior Scout
  185 Weather Service                       39,747           40,747           +1,000  ........................
          Operations Risk          ...............  ...............           +1,000  Ben Nelson
           Management
           Visualization and
           Integration
  186 Air Traffic Control,                   4,672            7,672           +3,000  ........................
       Approach, and Landing
       System (ATCALS)
          Terminal Surveillance    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Smith, Wyden
           and Approach System
           (TSAS)/ATCALS
  194 NAVSTAR Global Positioning            93,267          156,267          +63,000  ........................
       System (User Equipment)
       (SPACE)
          GPS User Equipment--     ...............  ...............          +63,000  ........................
           transfer from RDAF,
           Line 42 (authorization
           adjustment)
  203 Manned Reconnaissance                 12,672           17,672           +5,000  ........................
       Systems
          Combat Sent Wideband     ...............  ...............           +5,000  Ensign
           Sensor Upgrade Program
  205 MQ-1 Predator A UAV                   22,296           35,296          +13,000  ........................
          Center of Excellence     ...............  ...............           +4,000  Conrad, Dorgan
           for Defense UAV
           Education
          Integrator Unmanned      ...............  ...............           +4,000  Cantwell, Murray, Smith,
           Aircraft System                                                             Wyden
           Advanced Concepts
           Development
          Multi-Sensor Detect,     ...............  ...............           +5,000  Reid
           See, & Avoid
  206 Global Hawk UAV                      298,501          291,501           -7,000  ........................
          Transfer to APAF, Line   ...............  ...............           -7,000  ........................
           63 for spares
  217 C-130 Airlift Squadron               188,069          251,569          +63,500  ........................
          C-130 AMP transfer from  ...............  ...............          +60,000  ........................
           APAF, Line 47
          C-130 Automated          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Chambliss, Isakson
           Inspection, Repair,
           Corrosion and Aircraft
           Tracking Condition
           Based Maintenance Plus
          C-130 De-Icing System    ...............  ...............           +1,500  Warner, Webb
  218 C-5 Airlift Squadrons (IF)           203,585          178,585          -25,000  ........................
          C-5 RERP--production     ...............  ...............          -25,000  ........................
           delay and program
           restructure
  224 KC-10s                                36,790           13,790          -23,000  ........................
          KC-10 AMP contract       ...............  ...............          -23,000  ........................
           award delay
  228 Special Tactics/Combat                 5,225            8,825           +3,600  ........................
       Control
          Combat Casualty          ...............  ...............           +3,600  Reid
           Management System
  231 Industrial Preparedness               39,906           45,906           +6,000  ........................
          High Temperature, Laser  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Ben Nelson
           Sintered Polymeric
           Material Digital
           Product Definition
          Rapid Manufacturing and  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reid
           Repair of Composite
           Components
          Refigurable Tooling      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Ensign
           Systems
  234 Support Systems Development           11,076           22,576          +11,500  ........................
          Alternate Carbon         ...............  ...............           +4,000  Landrieu, Vitter
           Stationary Fuel Cell
           Demonstrator
          Alternative Energy Fuel  ...............  ...............           +2,500  Brown
           Cell Power Generation
          Heavy Duty Hybrid        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Mikulski
           Electric Vehicle
          WR-ALC Special           ...............  ...............           +3,000  Isakson
           Operations Forces
  999 Classified Programs          ...............  ...............         -226,830  ........................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    MSSS/AMOS.--The Committee recommends an increase of 
$24,000,000 over the President's budget request for 
sustainment, 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.
    Joint Cargo Aircraft.--The Committee recommends no funding 
for the Air Force's Joint Cargo Aircraft program and, 
therefore, reduces the request by $42,368,000. The Air Force 
has no formal requirement for this aircraft and can execute the 
light cargo mission with its fleet of C-130 aircraft. If the 
Department of Defense's Intra-Theater Fleet Mix Analysis, due 
to be completed in December 2007, concludes that the Joint 
Cargo Aircraft is an essential capability for the Air Force, 
the Committee will consider a reprogramming or future request.
    F-22A.--The budget request for F-22A research and 
development in fiscal year 2008 is $743,593,000, an increase of 
$271,118,000 over fiscal year 2007. The Committee believes that 
it is premature to begin research and development on future 
increments of modernization efforts beyond the current 
increment 3.1. The F-22A is the country's pre-eminent fighter 
aircraft and is decades ahead of our adversary's capabilities. 
It is unclear why there are such large requests for 
modernization efforts to an aircraft that is just beginning to 
be fielded. Thus, the Committee recommends a reduction of 
$29,900,000 for initiation of the next increment of upgrades 
and a reduction of $56,300,000 for the Enhanced Stores 
Management Systems for design work to add new weapons systems. 
The Committee is also concerned over the growth in lab 
infrastructure from $52,400,000 in fiscal year 2007 to 
$92,100,000 in fiscal year 2008 and recommends a reduction of 
$46,000,000.
    Space Command and Control Operations.--The Space Command 
and Control Operations system plans to provide integrated space 
information and command and control of space forces for the 
Joint Forces Combatant Commander, Space (U.S. Strategic 
Command). The fiscal year 2008 budget request includes 
$8,600,000 for space command and control technology risk 
reduction and $10,500,000 for the space command and control 
system itself. The Committee believes the request for the space 
command and control system is premature since the technology 
risk reduction efforts have not yet begun and recommends no 
funds for this purpose.
    Global Positioning System [GPS] Extension Program.--The GPS 
Extension program has the potential to provide the warfighter a 
significant increase in jam-resistant GPS capability and 
precision navigation and timing enhancements in restricted 
environments years earlier than currently planned. The 
Committee is concerned, however, with the Air Force execution 
of this program and directs that the Research, Development, 
Test and Evaluation, Air Force funding for the GPS Extension 
program be transferred to the Research, Development, Test and 
Evaluation, Navy appropriation Line 17.
    Global Positioning System User Equipment.--The Committee 
recommends a transfer of $63,000,000 from GPS III for GPS User 
Equipment in order to maintain competition between multiple 
contractors for GPS handsets.
    Global Hawk.--The Air Force has underfunded spare parts for 
the existing Global Hawk assets in order to invest in the next 
generation of Global Hawk aircraft. The existing assets are 
being used heavily in theater and are providing tremendous 
support to the warfighters on the ground. The Committee 
believes it should be the Air Force's priority to fully fund 
the operational aircraft to ensure that the few Global Hawk's 
in the Air Force inventory can be used when needed. Therefore, 
the Committee transfers $7,000,000 of Air Force research and 
development funding to the Aircraft Procurement, Air Force 
account to fully fund spares for the existing Global Hawk 
aircraft.
    C-5 Re-Engining Program [RERP].--The Committee recommends a 
reduction of $25,000,000 for the C-5 RERP program due to 
instability in the future program plans, cost growth, and 
inadequate cost estimates for re-engining the C-5 fleet. The 
goal of the re-engining program is to increase mission 
availability rates by 10 percent, thereby saving operating and 
support costs in future years. The program does not extend the 
life of the aircraft beyond the current structural design. The 
Air Force is currently analyzing the cost estimates of the RERP 
program and whether it will actually produce any savings in the 
out-years. Indeed, the program was recently restructured, 
adding $224,500,000 in research and development funding from 
fiscal year 2008 to fiscal year 2012 and 7 months to the system 
development and demonstration phase of the program. 
Furthermore, a Milestone C decision is expected in January 
2008, and at that time, the Department of Defense will decide 
the future of the C-5 RERP program.
    Counter-Man Portable Air Defense Systems [MANPADS] for the 
Civil Reserve Air Fleet [CRAF].--The Committee is concerned 
that the CRAF aircraft are not protected from MANPADS, which 
inhibits their ability to operate efficiently overseas and puts 
our troops, cargo and CRAF in hazardous operating environments. 
The Committee directs the Air Force to provide a report to the 
Defense Appropriations Subcommittees within 30 days of the 
passage of this act that provides an analysis of putting 
counter-MANPADS systems on the CRAF aircraft, including a cost 
estimate and schedule for equipping the fleet.
    Chinese Rocket Program.--The Committee directs the 
Secretary of Defense to report to the Committees on 
Appropriations and Armed Services of the House and Senate 
within 180 days providing an assessment of the current Chinese 
rocket program identifying non-Chinese companies which are 
contracting to use Chinese launch vehicles.

                           SATELLITE PROGRAMS

    The Committee is concerned with the Department of Defense's 
current strategy for managing satellite programs. The Committee 
finds that the Defense Department is too eager to reach for 
challenging technological advances while forgoing ongoing 
programs. As satellite systems are on the verge of recovering 
after years of technical challenges and significant cost 
growth, the Department reduces its plans and seeks to begin new 
more complex replacements for these systems that have not yet 
been launched.
    While the Committee commends the Air Force's new block 
upgrade approach to the next generation systems, it still 
believes that the current strategy is unaffordable, 
unjustifiably risky, and increases instability in the 
industrial base. By cutting off the current satellite programs 
and moving to the next generation of unproven technologies, the 
Department of Defense puts at risk essential military and 
national capabilities, such as communications, positioning, 
precision timing and navigation, and missile warning. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends several adjustments to the 
satellite programs described further below.
    Global Positioning System.--In fiscal year 2007, the Global 
Positioning System IIF program was curtailed from 15 to 12 
satellites after experiencing technical and cost challenges and 
will be replaced by GPS III earlier than originally planned. 
While GPS III promises to bring additional capability to the 
warfighter with an incremental upgrade approach, it will 
require the development of a completely new satellite with 
unknown costs. The third block upgrade will be particularly 
challenging to produce. The Committee believes the request for 
GPS III is premature based on the current schedule of the GPS 
IIR-M launches, the GPS IIF procurement and launch schedule, 
and the capability of the current GPS constellation to last 
longer than its original design life. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $150,000,000 from GPS III development 
activities. Of this reduction, $63,000,000 shall be transferred 
to GPS User Equipment.
    Communication Satellites.--The Air Force is currently 
producing, but has not yet launched, the first Advanced 
Extremely High Frequency [AEHF] satellite. After many delays 
and significant cost growth, AEHF seems to have finally 
resolved its technical and engineering challenges. Because of 
the earlier challenges, the AEHF program was reduced to a 
constellation of three satellites in December 2002 in order to 
accelerate its replacement, the Transformational Communications 
Satellite [TSAT]. It is now evident that funding for AEHF was 
reduced prematurely and that the Department of Defense requires 
at least one additional AEHF to avoid a communications 
shortfall in the future. Therefore, the Committee has included 
$125,000,000 in the Missile Procurement, Air Force account for 
the advance procurement of an additional AEHF satellite. The 
Committee encourages the Air Force to include an option for a 
second AEHF satellite in the follow-on contract in order to get 
the best pricing should they determine another AEHF is 
required.
    The follow-on TSAT program is a technically challenging and 
unproven system with unknown total costs. The Committee 
understands that the technologies associated with the TSAT 
satellite are reaching high levels of technical maturity for 
this stage in the program and that the program has adopted a 
block upgrade approach to help ensure the program's success. 
However, the program is still in its infancy with many 
technical, manufacturing and engineering risks ahead.
    In addition, the TSAT program will be extremely expensive. 
The budget request for the TSAT program from fiscal year 2008 
through fiscal year 2013 alone is currently projected to be 
$11,413,800,000. That amount does not include the cost of the 
program after 2013, which at this point is unknown, but will 
certainly be significant considering the first TSAT is not 
scheduled to launch until fiscal year 2016. The recent history 
of satellite programs would strongly suggest that costs will 
increase significantly as the program goes forward. The Air 
Force has already faced challenges fully funding this program 
when weighed against other Air Force priorities and reduced the 
fiscal year 2008 budget request from last year's estimate by 
$572,400,000. Furthermore, the Committee has been informed that 
other options for improving communications for the military are 
being examined by the Department of Defense, including using 
airborne and existing telecommunications networks that could 
potentially accomplish TSAT's objectives at far lesser expense 
to the nation. The Committee encourages the Department to 
seriously consider these alternatives to enhance the military's 
communications architecture.
    Due to the fact that AEHF has not yet launched, the 
uncertainties over the affordability of the current TSAT 
program, and potential communications alternatives, the 
Committee believes TSAT should be slowed down to ensure that it 
is fiscally and technically executable. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends a reduction of $200,000,000 to TSAT 
program, which leaves $763,585,000 for the program, an increase 
of $33,640,000 over the fiscal year 2007 appropriation.
    Missile Warning Satellites.--The Committee is concerned 
that the Air Force is beginning an acquisition program to 
replace Space-Based Infrared System-High [SBIRS-High] with the 
Advanced Infrared Space System [AIRSS] program prematurely. 
While SBIRS still has a few challenges to overcome, it appears 
to be making good progress after more than 12 years of 
development and an estimated $9,900,000,000 for the total 
program cost. The SBIRS Highly Elliptical Orbit [HEO] payload 
is performing better than anticipated and, although there are 
still development and testing issues with SBIRS Geosynchronous 
Orbit [GEO] satellites, it seems like the program is finally on 
track.
    The Committee is encouraged by the Department of Defense's 
recent announcement that it will buy two additional SBIRS 
satellites and two additional SBIRS HEO payloads. However, the 
Committee understands that the SBIRS technology will be 
challenging to maintain since it will be outdated before it 
even launches. In addition, the complexity of the satellite 
could impact its design life. Therefore, the Committee believes 
that technology development for the AIRSS program is warranted 
and provides $75,000,000 to continue those efforts.

        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2007.................................... $21,291,056,000
Budget estimate, 2008...................................  20,559,850,000
House allowance.........................................  20,659,095,000
Committee recommendation................................  20,303,726,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$20,303,726,000. This is $256,124,000 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--
                                    2008 budget        House         Committee   -------------------------------
Line             Item                estimate        allowance    recommendation      Budget           House
                                                                                     estimate        allowance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT,
          TEST & EVAL, DW     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 DTRA UNIVERSITY STRATEGIC           5,000           8,000           9,000          +4,000          +1,000
      PARTNERSHIP BASIC
      RESEARCH
   2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES         152,622         163,422         160,922          +8,300          -2,500
   3 GOVERNMENT/INDUSTRY        ..............           8,000           2,500          +2,500          -5,500
      COSPONSORSHIP OF
      UNIVERSITY RESEAR
   4 DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL                5,878           5,878          19,878         +14,000         +14,000
      PROGRAM TO STIMULATE
      COMPETITIVE
   5 NATIONAL DEFENSE                   44,372          44,372          44,372  ..............  ..............
      EDUCATION PROGRAM
   6 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL            72,003         101,253          75,403          +3,400         -25,850
      DEFENSE PROGRAM
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC                279,875         330,925         312,075         +32,200         -18,850
            RESEARCH     APPLIED RESEARCH
     ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT       ..............          50,000  ..............  ..............         -50,000
      INITIATIVES FUNDS
   7 INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS--            15,542          11,542          15,542  ..............          +4,000
      EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT
   8 MEDICAL FREE ELECTRON      ..............           2,000           3,000          +3,000          +1,000
      LASER
   9 HISTORICALLY BLACK                 15,150          15,150          18,450          +3,300          +3,300
      COLLEGES & UNIV (HBCU)
      SCIENCE
  10 LINCOLN LABORATORY                 29,524          29,524          29,524  ..............  ..............
      RESEARCH PROGRAM
  11 INFORMATION AND                   229,739         235,139         227,667          -2,072          -7,472
      COMMUNICATIONS
      TECHNOLOGY
  12 COGNITIVE COMPUTING               179,728         179,728         176,355          -3,373          -3,373
      SYSTEMS
  13 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE                 99,137          85,466          67,007         -32,130         -18,459
      DEFENSE
  14 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL           305,327         348,777         239,727         -65,600        -109,050
      DEFENSE PROGRAM
  15 HUMAN, SOCIAL AND CULTURE           7,300  ..............           7,300  ..............          +7,300
      BEHAVIOR MODELING (HSCB)
      APP
  16 TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY               374,717         365,341         347,358         -27,359         -17,983
  17 MATERIALS AND BIOLOGICAL          306,022         306,022         306,871            +849            +849
      TECHNOLOGY
  19 ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY            213,529         203,929         198,565         -14,964          -5,364
  21 WEAPONS OF MASS                   182,416         222,916         185,416          +3,000         -37,500
      DESTRUCTION DEFEAT
      TECHNOLOGIES
  23 SPECIAL OPERATIONS                 21,282          31,782          25,282          +4,000          -6,500
      TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  24 SOF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY              2,388           2,388           2,388  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED            1,981,801       2,089,704       1,850,452        -131,349        -239,252
            RESEARCH     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
      DEVELOPMENT
  25 INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS--             6,000  ..............           6,000  ..............          +6,000
      ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT
  27 SO/LIC ADVANCED                    32,669          41,669          32,669  ..............          -9,000
      DEVELOPMENT
  28 COMBATING TERRORISM                76,276         109,276          88,976         +12,700         -20,300
      TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT
  29 COUNTERPROLIFERATION              213,240         220,740         213,240  ..............          -7,500
      INITIATIVES--PROLIF PREV
      & DEFEAT
  30 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE         118,569         101,569         131,569         +13,000         +30,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  31 JOINT DOD-DOE MUNITIONS            23,488          23,488          23,488  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  32 ADVANCED AEROSPACE                 86,385          70,385          71,232         -15,153            +847
      SYSTEMS
  33 SPACE PROGRAMS AND                224,551         217,803         135,851         -88,700         -81,952
      TECHNOLOGY
  34 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL           232,302         278,602         208,702         -23,600         -69,900
      DEFENSE PROGRAM--
      ADVANCED DEV
  35 JOINT ELECTRONIC ADVANCED           9,219           9,219          13,219          +4,000          +4,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  36 JOINT CAPABILITY                  194,352         196,352         203,452          +9,100          +7,100
      TECHNOLOGY
      DEMONSTRATIONS
  37 NETWORKED COMMUNICATIONS           40,000  ..............          40,000  ..............         +40,000
      CAPABILITIES
  38 BIOMETRICS SCIENCE AND              8,000  ..............          12,000          +4,000         +12,000
      TECHNOLOGY
  39 HUMAN, SOCIAL AND CULTURE           9,000  ..............           9,000  ..............          +9,000
      BEHAVIOR MODELING (HSCB)
      ADV
  40 DEFENSE-WIDE                       10,000           3,500          25,000         +15,000         +21,500
      MANUFACTURING SCIENCE
      AND TECHNOLOGY PROG
  41 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM/            11,256          16,756          16,256          +5,000            -500
      AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS
  42 GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D;              18,736          33,736          49,336         +30,600         +15,600
      TECHNOLOGY
      DEMONSTRATIONS
  44 STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL            68,874          68,874          69,874          +1,000          +1,000
      RESEARCH PROGRAM
  45 MICROELECTRONIC            ..............          28,000          27,800         +27,800            -200
      TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
      AND SUPPORT
  46 JOINT WARFIGHTING PROGRAM          11,060          11,060          11,060  ..............  ..............
  47 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS              220,548         224,048         203,300         -17,248         -20,748
      TECHNOLOGIES
  48 SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR            6,500  ..............           3,500          -3,000          +3,500
      (SAR) COHERENT CHANGE
      DETECTI
  49 ADVANCED CONCEPT           ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............          -2,000
      TECHNOLOGY
      DEMONSTRATIONS
  50 HIGH PERFORMANCE                  187,587         189,587         208,487         +20,900         +18,900
      COMPUTING MODERNIZATION
      PROGRAM
  51 COMMAND, CONTROL AND              256,868         256,868         251,645          -5,223          -5,223
      COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
  52 LAND WARFARE TECHNOLOGY            24,711          19,011          21,641          -3,070          +2,630
  53 CLASSIFIED DARPA PROGRAMS         188,188         188,188         185,028          -3,160          -3,160
  54 NETWORK-CENTRIC WARFARE           151,641         144,641         142,765          -8,876          -1,876
      TECHNOLOGY
  55 SENSOR TECHNOLOGY                 196,462         196,462         187,509          -8,953          -8,953
  56 GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY               127,777         127,777         122,576          -5,201          -5,201
  57 DISTRIBUTED LEARNING               13,282          13,282          13,282  ..............  ..............
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
      DEVELOPMENT
  58 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING               29,851          29,851          25,951          -3,900          -3,900
      INSTITUTE
  60 QUICK REACTION SPECIAL            109,514         112,414         112,514          +3,000            +100
      PROJECTS
  61 JOINT EXPERIMENTATION             112,017         108,717         113,017          +1,000          +4,300
  62 JOINT WARGAMING                    37,837          27,837          17,837         -20,000         -10,000
      SIMULATION MANAGEMENT
      OFFICE
  63 TEST & EVALUATION SCIENCE          62,889          62,889          62,889  ..............  ..............
      & TECHNOLOGY
  64 TECHNOLOGY LINK                     2,234           4,234           4,734          +2,500            +500
  65 SPECIAL OPERATIONS                 29,935          42,435          32,935          +3,000          -9,500
      ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
      DEVELOPMENT
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED           3,151,818       3,181,270       3,098,334         -53,484         -82,936
            TECHNOLOGY
            DEVELOPMENT     DEMONSTRATION &
      VALIDATION
  66 NUCLEAR AND CONVENTIONAL           38,060          45,060          44,060          +6,000          -1,000
      PHYSICAL SECURITY
      EQUIPMENT R
  67 PHYSICAL SECURITY          ..............  ..............           2,000          +2,000          +2,000
      EQUIPMENT
  68 RETRACT LARCH                      22,365          22,365          22,365  ..............  ..............
  69 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM             11,860          16,860          19,860          +8,000          +3,000
  71 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY             33,199          40,699          33,199  ..............          -7,500
      TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION
      PROGRAM
  72 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE         962,585       1,032,585       1,037,585         +75,000          +5,000
      TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT
  73 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE       2,520,064       2,233,864       2,318,764        -201,300         +84,900
      MIDCOURSE DEFENSE
      SEGMENT
 73A SBX                        ..............  ..............         166,300        +166,300        +166,300
  74 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE         548,759         498,108         548,759  ..............         +50,651
      BOOST DEFENSE SEGMENT
  75 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL            57,160          62,160          62,160          +5,000  ..............
      DEFENSE PROGRAM
  76 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE         778,163         611,663         753,163         -25,000        +141,500
      SENSORS
  77 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE         227,499         372,853         197,499         -30,000        -175,354
      SYSTEM INTERCEPTOR
  78 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE         586,150         586,150         636,150         +50,000         +50,000
      TEST & TARGETS
  80 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE         482,016         431,788         387,416         -94,600         -44,372
      SYSTEMS CORE
  81 SPECIAL PROGRAMS--MDA             323,250         198,250         198,850        -124,400            +600
  82 AEGIS BMD                       1,059,103       1,116,103       1,059,103  ..............         -57,000
  83 SPACE SURVEILLANCE &              331,525         286,167         272,525         -59,000         -13,642
      TRACKING SYSTEM
  84 MULTIPLE KILL VEHICLES            271,151         274,251         221,151         -50,000         -53,100
  85 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE          27,666          17,666          12,666         -15,000          -5,000
      SYSTEM SPACE PROGRAMS
  86 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE         258,913         460,703         248,913         -10,000        -211,790
      C2BMC
  87 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE          53,658          52,824          53,658  ..............            +834
      HERCULES
  88 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE          48,787          50,235          48,787  ..............          -1,448
      JOINT WARFIGHTER SUPPORT
  89 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE         104,012          79,099         104,012  ..............         +24,913
      JOINT NATIONAL
      INTERGRATION
  91 REGARDING TRENCH                    2,000           2,000           2,000  ..............  ..............
  92 HUMANITARIAN DEMINING              14,013          14,013          14,013  ..............  ..............
  93 COALITION WARFARE                  14,047          10,047          14,047  ..............          +4,000
  94 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE               4,983           4,983          19,083         +14,100         +14,100
      CORROSION PROGRAM
  95 JOINT CAPABILITY                    2,960           2,960           2,960  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY
      DEMONSTRATIONS
  96 HUMAN, SOCIAL AND CULTURE           5,700  ..............           5,700  ..............          +5,700
      BEHAVIOR MODELING (HSCB)
      RES
  97 JOINT SYSTEMS INTEGRATION          19,375          19,375          19,375  ..............  ..............
      COMMAND (JSIC)
  98 JOINT FIRES INTEGRATION &          16,596          16,596          16,596  ..............  ..............
      INTEROPERABILITY TEAM
  99 REDUCTION OF TOTAL                 25,225          25,225          25,225  ..............  ..............
      OWNERSHIP COST
 100 JOINT ELECTROMAGNETIC               3,482           4,982           8,782          +5,300          +3,800
      TECHNOLOGY (JET) PROGRAM
     PROMPT GLOBAL STRIKE       ..............         100,000  ..............  ..............        -100,000
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,                    8,854,326       8,689,634       8,576,726        -277,600        -112,908
            DEMONSTRATION &
            VALIDATION     ENGINEERING &
      MANUFACTURING
      DEVELOPMENT
 101 DEPLOYMENT AND                     25,000          10,000          25,000  ..............         +15,000
      DISTRIBUTION ENTERPRISE
      TECHNOLOGY
 102 DEFENSE ACQUISITION                28,970          28,970          28,970  ..............  ..............
      CHALLENGE PROGRAM (DACP)
 103 NUCLEAR AND CONVENTIONAL            3,281           3,281           3,281  ..............  ..............
      PHYSICAL SECURITY
      EQUIPMENT R
 104 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL           247,935         249,935         251,935          +4,000          +2,000
      DEFENSE PROGRAM
 106 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM              2,911           7,911           2,911  ..............          -5,000
 107 ADVANCED IT SERVICES                9,832           9,832           9,832  ..............  ..............
      JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE
      (AITS-JPO)
 108 JOINT TACTICAL                     16,527          16,527          16,527  ..............  ..............
      INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION
      SYSTEM (JTIDS)
 109 WEAPONS OF MASS                    15,394          15,394          15,394  ..............  ..............
      DESTRUCTION DEFEAT
      CAPABILITIES
 110 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY             11,297          11,297          11,297  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
 113 DEFENSE INTEGRATED                 79,300          79,300          79,300  ..............  ..............
      MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES
      SYSTEM
 116 BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION           127,970         128,970         107,970         -20,000         -21,000
      AGENCY R&D; ACTIVITIES
 117 HOMELAND PERSONNEL                  1,800           1,800           1,800  ..............  ..............
      SECURITY INITIATIVE
 118 TRUSTED FOUNDRY                    43,604          43,604          43,604  ..............  ..............
 119 DEFENSE ACQUISITION                 5,838           5,838           5,838  ..............  ..............
      EXECUTIVE (DAE) PILOT
      PROGRAM
 121 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT              18,129          18,129          18,129  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEM
 122 JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL          70,283          70,283          55,283         -15,000         -15,000
      PROGRAM (JC2)
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING          708,071         701,071         677,071         -31,000         -24,000
            & MANUFACTURING
            DEVELOPMENT     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 126 GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D;               4,000           4,000           4,000  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY
      DEMONSTRATIONS
 127 TRAINING TRANSFORMATION            51,752          54,252          60,252          +8,500          +6,000
      (T2)
 129 DEFENSE READINESS                  11,886          11,886          11,886  ..............  ..............
      REPORTING SYSTEM (DRRS)
 130 JOINT SYSTEMS                      14,437          14,437          14,437  ..............  ..............
      ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT
 131 CENTRAL TEST AND                  133,772         144,272         145,772         +12,000          +1,500
      EVALUATION INVESTMENT
      DEVELOPMENT
 132 ASSESSMENTS AND                     1,645           1,645  ..............          -1,645          -1,645
      EVALUATIONS
 133 THERMAL VICAR                       7,822           7,822           9,467          +1,645          +1,645
 134 JOINT MISSION ENVIRONMENT           6,925           6,925           6,925  ..............  ..............
      TEST CAPABILITY (JMETC)
 135 TECHNICAL STUDIES,                 31,263          35,263         156,263        +125,000        +121,000
      SUPPORT AND ANALYSIS
 136 USD(A&T;)--CRITICAL                  4,021           4,021           4,021  ..............  ..............
      TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT
 137 FOREIGN MATERIAL                   52,683          52,683          52,683  ..............  ..............
      ACQUISITION AND
      EXPLOITATION
 139 JOINT THEATER AIR AND              53,653          53,653          53,653  ..............  ..............
      MISSILE DEFENSE
      ORGANIZATION
 140 CLASSIFIED PROGRAM USD(P)  ..............          98,200          98,200         +98,200  ..............
 141 FOREIGN COMPARATIVE                32,919          32,919          32,919  ..............  ..............
      TESTING
 142 NUCLEAR MATTERS--PHYSICAL           4,513           4,513           4,513  ..............  ..............
      SECURITY
 143 SUPPORT TO NETWORKS AND            11,152          11,152          11,152  ..............  ..............
      INFORMATION INTEGRATION
 144 GENERAL SUPPORT TO USD              4,574           4,574           4,574  ..............  ..............
      (INTELLIGENCE)
 145 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL            99,053          99,053          99,053  ..............  ..............
      DEFENSE PROGRAM
 150 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION           2,162           3,162           2,162  ..............          -1,000
      RESEARCH/CHALLENGE
      ADMINISTR
 151 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY                 11,927          11,927          13,927          +2,000          +2,000
      ANALYSIS
 153 FORCE TRANSFORMATION               20,585          20,585          20,585  ..............  ..............
      DIRECTORATE
 154 DEFENSE TECHNICAL                  51,800          51,800          51,800  ..............  ..............
      INFORMATION CENTER
      (DTIC)
 155 R&D; IN SUPPORT OF DOD               9,326           9,326           9,326  ..............  ..............
      ENLISTMENT, TESTING &
      EVALUATION
 156 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND               18,712          18,712          18,712  ..............  ..............
      EVALUATION
 157 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS            52,992          52,992          52,992  ..............  ..............
      (RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT)
 158 BUDGET AND PROGRAM                  5,750  ..............           5,750  ..............          +5,750
      ASSESSMENTS
 161 SUPPORT TO INFORMATION             28,652          28,652          36,452          +7,800          +7,800
      OPERATIONS (IO)
      CAPABILITIES
 162 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY              5,197           5,197           5,197  ..............  ..............
      RAPID ACQUISITION
 163 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO             9,932           9,932           9,932  ..............  ..............
      INFORMATION OPERATIONS
      (IO)
 165 WARFIGHTING AND                       827             827             827  ..............  ..............
      INTELLIGENCE-RELATED
      SUPPORT
 166 PENTAGON RESERVATION                6,058           6,058           6,058  ..............  ..............
 167 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS--          85,906          85,906          80,906          -5,000          -5,000
      MDA
 168 IT SOFTWARE DEV                       888             888             888  ..............  ..............
      INITIATIVES
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E;                836,784         947,234       1,085,284        +248,500        +138,050
            MANAGEMENT SUPPORT     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS
      DEVELOPMENT
 170 DEFENSE INFORMATION                34,417          34,417          34,417  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEM FOR SECURITY
      (DISS)
 171 PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE               2,000           2,000           2,000  ..............  ..............
      (PFP) INFORMATION
      MANAGEMENT SYS
 172 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL             7,716           7,716           7,716  ..............  ..............
      DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL
      SYSTEMS D
 173 JOINT INTEGRATION AND              53,892          53,892          53,892  ..............  ..............
      INTEROPERABILITY
 174 JOINT STAFF ANALYTICAL              7,744           7,744           7,744  ..............  ..............
      SUPPORT
 175 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                 1,694           1,694           1,694  ..............  ..............
 176 C4I INTEROPERABILITY               76,179          76,179          76,179  ..............  ..............
 177 CRYPTOLOGIC ACTIVITIES     ..............  ..............           9,900          +9,900          +9,900
 178 JOINT/ALLIED COALITION             26,321          26,321          26,321  ..............  ..............
      INFORMATION SHARING
 184 NATIONAL MILITARY COMMAND             713             713             713  ..............  ..............
      SYSTEM-WIDE SUPPORT
 185 DEFENSE INFO                        5,548           5,548           5,548  ..............  ..............
      INFRASTRUCTURE
      ENGINEERING AND
      INTEGRATIO
 186 LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS           16,487          16,487          16,487  ..............  ..............
      (DCS)
 187 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL                   9,482           9,482           9,482  ..............  ..............
      EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
      NETWORK
 188 PUBLIC KEY INFRASTRUCTURE           9,389           9,389           9,389  ..............  ..............
      (PKI)
 189 KEY MANAGEMENT                     52,090          52,090          52,090  ..............  ..............
      INFRASTRUCTURE (KMI)
 190 INFORMATION SYSTEMS                13,256          16,256          13,256  ..............          -3,000
      SECURITY PROGRAM
 191 INFORMATION SYSTEMS               394,314         394,314         394,314  ..............  ..............
      SECURITY PROGRAM
 192 INFORMATION SYSTEMS                 2,300           2,300           2,300  ..............  ..............
      SECURITY PROGRAM
 194 C4I FOR THE WARRIOR                 3,624           3,624           3,624  ..............  ..............
 196 GLOBAL COMMAND AND                 47,237          47,237          47,237  ..............  ..............
      CONTROL SYSTEM
 197 JOINT SPECTRUM CENTER              18,653          18,653          18,653  ..............  ..............
 198 NET-CENTRIC ENTERPRISE             43,424          43,424          23,424         -20,000         -20,000
      SERVICES (NCES)
 199 TELEPORT PROGRAM                    5,798           5,798           5,798  ..............  ..............
 200 SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR           15,687          17,687          15,687  ..............          -2,000
      CONTINGENCIES
 202 DEFENSE GEOSPATIAL--       ..............  ..............           1,000          +1,000          +1,000
      INTELLIGENCE
 203 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE            12,667          12,667          12,667  ..............  ..............
      PROTECTION (CIP)
 204 FOREIGN                    ..............  ..............           2,000          +2,000          +2,000
      COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
      ACTIVITIES
 205 DEFENSE JOINT                       2,951           2,951           2,951  ..............  ..............
      COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
      ACTIVITIES
 207 POLICY R&D; PROGRAMS                 4,627           5,627          10,627          +6,000          +5,000
 209 NET CENTRICITY                     10,243          10,243          10,243  ..............  ..............
 215 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/         15,800          17,800          15,800  ..............          -2,000
      SURFACE SYSTEMS
 217 MQ-1 PREDATOR A UAV                13,100          13,100          13,100  ..............  ..............
 219 COMBATANT COMMAND          ..............  ..............          14,000         +14,000         +14,000
      INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS
 226 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS            20,114          33,114          56,114         +36,000         +23,000
 227 LOGISTICS SUPPORT                   2,846           2,846           2,846  ..............  ..............
      ACTIVITIES
 228 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS             3,210           3,210           3,210  ..............  ..............
      (JCS)
 229 NATO JOINT STARS                   41,466          31,466          41,466  ..............         +10,000
 230 STORM                              27,107          27,107          27,107  ..............  ..............
 232 SPECIAL OPERATIONS                 60,750          81,909          56,909          -3,841         -25,000
      AVIATION SYSTEMS
      ADVANCED DEV
 233 SPECIAL OPERATIONS                 42,262          54,262          55,612         +13,350          +1,350
      TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
 234 SPECIAL OPERATIONS                 35,783          46,283          52,383         +16,600          +6,100
      TACTICAL SYSTEMS
      DEVELOPMENT
 235 SOF OPERATIONAL                    53,418          58,118          55,518          +2,100          -2,600
      ENHANCEMENTS
 236 SPECIAL OPERATIONS CV-22           23,473          23,473          23,473  ..............  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
 237 SPECIAL OPERATIONS                  5,195           5,195           5,195  ..............  ..............
      AIRCRAFT DEFENSIVE
      SYSTEMS
 238 OPS ADVANCED SEAL                  20,292          20,292          20,292  ..............  ..............
      DELIVERY SYSTEM (ASDS)
      DEVELOPMENT
 239 MISSION TRAINING AND                6,405           6,405           6,405  ..............  ..............
      PREPARATION SYSTEMS
      (MTPS)
 240 UNMANNED VEHICLES (UV)              1,500           1,500           1,500  ..............  ..............
 241 MC130J SOF TANKER                  12,701          12,701          12,701  ..............  ..............
      RECAPITALIZATION
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL        1,263,875       1,323,234       1,340,984         +77,109         +17,750
            SYSTEMS
            DEVELOPMENT 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS             3,483,300       3,396,023       3,362,800        -120,500         -33,223
                               ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH,         20,559,850      20,659,095      20,303,726        -256,124        -355,369
            DEVELOPMENT, TEST
            & EVAL, DW
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       2008 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line              Item                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate        Requested by
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 DTRA Basic Research                    5,000            9,000           +4,000  ........................
       Initiative
          University Strategic     ...............  ...............           +4,000  Bingaman, Domenici
           Partnership
    2 Defense Research Sciences            152,622          160,922           +8,300  ........................
          Advanced Nano-           ...............  ...............           +5,000  Landrieu, Vitter
           Engineered Composites
           (AMRI)
          Advanced Photonic        ...............  ...............           +3,300  Graham
           Composites Research
    3 Government/Industry          ...............            2,500           +2,500  ........................
       Cosponsorship of
       University Research
          High power densities     ...............  ...............           +2,500  Martinez
           research
    4 Defense Experimental                   5,878           19,878          +14,000  ........................
       Program to Stimulate
       Competitive Research
          DEPSCoR program          ...............  ...............          +14,000  Byrd, Collins, Inhofe,
           adjustment                                                                  Johnson, Snowe, Thune
    6 Chemical and Biological               72,003           75,403           +3,400  ........................
       Defense Program
          CB 1--Unjustified TCTI   ...............  ...............           -5,300  ........................
           funding
          DNA Safeguard            ...............  ...............           +1,700  Craig, Crapo
          High Speed, High Volume  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Boxer, Domenici
           Laboratory Network for
           Infectious Diseases
          Multisignal Nanosensors  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Reid
           for Detection of IEDs
          PhotoScrub               ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hutchison
    8 Medical Free Electron Laser  ...............            3,000           +3,000  ........................
          MFEL program adjustment  ...............  ...............           +3,000  Alexander, Boxer, Burr,
                                                                                       Dole, Feinstein,
                                                                                       Kennedy
    9 Historically Black Colleges           15,150           18,450           +3,300  ........................
       and Universities (HBCU)
       Science
          Instrumentation Program  ...............  ...............           +3,300  Baucus, Bingaman,
           for Tribal Colleges                                                         Conrad, Johnson, Leahy,
           and Universities                                                            Tester
   11 Information &                        229,739          227,667           -2,072  ........................
       Communications Technology
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............           -2,072  ........................
   12 Cognitive Computing Systems          179,728          176,355           -3,373  ........................
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............           -3,373  ........................
   13 Biological Warfare Defense            99,137           67,007          -32,130  ........................
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............          -32,130  ........................
   14 Chemical and Biological              305,327          239,727          -65,600  ........................
       Defense Program
          TMTI--program delays     ...............  ...............          -50,000  ........................
          CB 2--Unjustified TCTI   ...............  ...............          -26,100  ........................
           funding
          Advanced Emergency       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Durbin
           Medical Response
           Training Program
          Antibody-based           ...............  ...............           +1,000  Cardin
           Therapeutic against
           Smallpox
          Chemical/Biological      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Collins
           Infrared Detection
           System
          HyperAcute Vaccine       ...............  ...............           +1,000  Grassley, Harkin
           Development
          Multi-purpose            ...............  ...............           +1,000  Dodd, Lieberman,
           Biodefense Immunoarray                                                      Mikulski
          Rapid Detection of       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Allard
           Bacterial Pathogens
          Research on a Molecular  ...............  ...............           +1,500  Craig, Crapo
           Approach to Hazardous
           Materials
           Decontamination
   16 Tactical Technology                  374,717          347,358          -27,359  ........................
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............          -37,359  ........................
          CEROS                    ...............  ...............          +10,000  Inouye
   17 Materials and Biological             306,022          306,871             +849  ........................
       Technology
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............          -12,151  ........................
          Bioceramic Bones for     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hagel, Ben Nelson
           Battlefield Trauma
          Economic production of   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Byrd
           coal-to-liquid fuels
          Reduce environmental     ...............  ...............           +3,000  Byrd
           impact of coal-to-
           liquid fuels
          Strategic Materials and  ...............  ...............           +5,000  Inouye
           Silicon Carbide Optics
   19 Electronics Technology               213,529          198,565          -14,964  ........................
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............          -17,964  ........................
          3-D Technology for       ...............  ...............           +3,000  Craig, Crapo, Dole
           Advanced Sensor
           Systems
   21 Weapons of Mass Destruction          182,416          185,416           +3,000  ........................
       Defeat Technologies
          Center for Blast         ...............  ...............           +1,000  Warner, Webb
           Mitigation and
           Protection
          Comprehensive National   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Warner, Webb
           Incident Management
           System
   23 Special Operations                    21,282           25,282           +4,000  ........................
       Technology Development
          Flashlight Soldier to    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cornyn
           Soldier Combat
           Identification System
          Foliage Penetrating      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Akaka
           Reconnaissance and
           Surveillance System
   28 Combating Terrorism                   76,276           88,976          +12,700  ........................
       Technology Support
          Advanced Multi-sensor    ...............  ...............           +1,600  Cochran
           ISR Testbed
          Autonomous Intrusion     ...............  ...............           +2,000  Conrad, Dorgan
           Surveillance Sensor
           Networks
          Bioterrorism Operations  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Burr
           Policy for Public
           Emergency Response
           (BOPPER)
          Contextual Arabic Blog   ...............  ...............           +1,000  Lott, Warner, Webb
           and Slang Analysis
           Program
          Interagency, Near-Term   ...............  ...............           +3,000  Cornyn
           Engineering R&D; to
           Increase the
           Survivability of
           Personnel Exposed to
           IED Attacks
          Robotic Mobility         ...............  ...............           +1,000  Gregg
           Platform Systems
          Ruggedized Mobile Gamma  ...............  ...............           +1,100  Cochran, Lott
           Radiation Detection
           System (GuARDS)
          Ruggedized Mobile        ...............  ...............           +1,000  Lott
           Secure 1000
   30 Ballistic Missile Defense            118,569          131,569          +13,000  ........................
       Technology
          Massively Parallel       ...............  ...............           +4,000  Ensign, Reid
           Optical Interconnects
           for Microsatellite
           Applications
          Multi-Target Tracking    ...............  ...............           +3,000  Akaka
           Optical Sensor-Array
           Tracking
          Net Centric Airborne     ...............  ...............           +6,000  Kyl
           Defense Element
           (NCADE)
   32 Advanced Aerospace Systems            86,385           71,232          -15,153  ........................
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............          -15,153  ........................
   33 Space Programs and                   224,551          135,851          -88,700  ........................
       Technology
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............          -38,700  ........................
          Falcon transfer to       ...............  ...............          -50,000  ........................
           Research and
           Development, Defense-
           Wide, line 135 for
           Prompt global strike
   34 Chemical and Biological              232,302          208,702          -23,600  ........................
       Defense Program--Advanced
       Development
          TMTI--program delays     ...............  ...............          -50,000  ........................
          Fastman Analyzer         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bond
           Platform
          Improved Chemical,       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Warner, Webb
           Biological, and
           Radiological Filters
          Joint Biological Agent   ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bennett
           Identification and
           Diagnostic System
          Long-Range Stand-Off     ...............  ...............           +1,400  Enzi
           System for Detection
           of Biological
           Materials
          Mobile Rapid Response    ...............  ...............           +4,000  Lautenberg, Menendez
           Prototype
          Mobile Real-time, non-   ...............  ...............           +1,500  Dole
           specific Viral Agent
           Detector
          Next Generation Gas      ...............  ...............           +1,000  Bayh, Lugar
           Chromatographic Mass
           Spectrometer for WMD
           Civil Support Teams
          NIDS Automated           ...............  ...............           +3,000  Biden, Carper
           Biological Agent
           Identifier
          Plant Vaccine            ...............  ...............           +3,000  Biden, Carper
           Development
          Portable Rapid           ...............  ...............           +3,000  Grassley, Harkin
           Bacterial Warfare
           Detection Unit
          Reactive Coatings        ...............  ...............           +2,200  Kennedy, Kerry
           Enhanced to Resist
           Chemical/Biological
           Contamination
          Small Accelerators and   ...............  ...............           +1,300  Craig, Crapo
           Detection Systems for
           Defense Applications
   35 Joint Electronic Advanced              9,219           13,219           +4,000  ........................
       Technology
          Joint Technology         ...............  ...............           +4,000  Bayh, Lugar
           Insertion and
           Accelerated System
           Integration Capability
           for Electronic Warfare
   36 Joint Capability Technology          194,352          203,452           +9,100  ........................
       Demonstrations
          Hardware Encryption      ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cochran
           Technology Program
          Louisiana Command and    ...............  ...............           +2,000  Vitter
           Control, Interoperable
           Communications and
           Information Sharing
          Simultaneous Field       ...............  ...............           +3,100  Cochran, Lott
           Radiation Technology
           (SFRT)
          Spartan Advanced         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Conrad, Dorgan
           Composite Technology
   38 Biometrics Science and                 8,000           12,000           +4,000  ........................
       Technology
          Variable Distance Iris   ...............  ...............           +4,000  Kennedy
           Identification on the
           Move
   40 Defense-Wide Manufacturing            10,000           25,000          +15,000  ........................
       Science and Technology
       Program
          Reduction to new start   ...............  ...............           -5,000  ........................
          Disruptive               ...............  ...............          +10,000  Brown, Casey, Clinton,
           Manufacturing                                                               Collins, Dodd, Kennedy,
           Technology Initiative                                                       Kerry, Levin,
                                                                                       Lieberman, Reed, Snowe,
                                                                                       Stabenow, Voinovich,
                                                                                       Warner, Webb
          High Performance         ...............  ...............          +10,000  Brown, Casey, Clinton,
           Manufacturing                                                               Collins, Dodd, Kennedy,
           Technology Initiative                                                       Kerry, Levin,
                                                                                       Lieberman, Reed, Snowe,
                                                                                       Stabenow, Voinovich,
                                                                                       Warner, Webb
   41 Joint Robotics Program/               11,256           16,256           +5,000  ........................
       Autonomous Systems
          Warrior Unmanned Ground  ...............  ...............           +5,000  Kennedy, Kerry
           Vehicle
   42 Generic Logistics R&D;                 18,736           49,336          +30,600  ........................
       Technology Demonstrations
          Accelerate Defense       ...............  ...............           +2,000  Kohl
           Supply Chain
          Advanced Mobile          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Microgrid Program
          Biofuels Program         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Levin
          Defense Fuelcell         ...............  ...............           +3,000  Brownback
           Locomotive
          Green Product            ...............  ...............           +2,000  Graham
           Evaluation Program
          High Energy Battery for  ...............  ...............           +2,600  Bayh, Lugar
           Unmanned Aerial
           Vehicles
          Hydrogen Storage         ...............  ...............           +5,000  Levin
           Program
          New England              ...............  ...............           +2,000  Collins, Kennedy, Leahy,
           Manufacturing Supply                                                        Reed, Sanders, Snowe
           Chain Initiative
          Spray Technique          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Grassley, Harkin
           Analysis and Research
           for Defense (STAR4D)
          Vehicle Fuel Cell and    ...............  ...............           +8,000  Levin
           Hydrogen Logistics
           Program
   44 Strategic Environmental               68,874           69,874           +1,000  ........................
       Research Program
          Dendrimer Enhanced       ...............  ...............           +1,000  Levin
           Water Remediation
           Research
   45 Microelectronics Technology  ...............           27,800          +27,800  ........................
       Development and Support
          Advanced Surface Radar   ...............  ...............           +5,500  Mikulski
           Technologies (ASuRT)
          Demonstrations,T&E; of    ...............  ...............           +6,000  Conrad, Dorgan
           Mini-Sensors
          Electronics and          ...............  ...............           +3,000  Conrad, Dorgan
           Materials for Flexible
           Sensors and
           Transponders (EMFST)
          Feature Size Migration   ...............  ...............           +5,000  Feinstein
           at DMEA ARMS Foundry
          Networked Micro-Sensors  ...............  ...............           +2,000  Hutchison
           Technology Testbed
          Rapid Prototyping/Low    ...............  ...............           +4,500  Conrad, Dorgan
           Rate Production of
           Mini-Sensors
          Self-sensing Array       ...............  ...............           +1,800  Reid
           container pre-
           screening sensor
           system
   47 Advanced Electronics                 220,548          203,300          -17,248  ........................
       Technologies
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............          -20,048  ........................
          MilTech Extension        ...............  ...............           +1,500  Baucus, Tester
           Program
          Ultra Low Power          ...............  ...............           +1,300  Craig, Crapo
           Electronics for
           Special Purpose
           Computers
   48 Synthetic Aperture Radar               6,500            3,500           -3,000  ........................
       (SAR) Coherent Change
       Detection (CDD)
          Phase 2 funding ahead    ...............  ...............           -3,000  ........................
           of need
   50 High Performance Computing           187,587          208,487          +20,900  ........................
       Modernization Program
          ARSC                     ...............  ...............           +5,000  Stevens
          High Performance         ...............  ...............           +1,900  Cochran, Lott
           Computational Design
           of Novel Materials
          High Performance         ...............  ...............           +2,000  Bill Nelson
           Computing for Defense
           Modeling and
           Simulation Research
          High Performance         ...............  ...............           +7,000  Lott
           Computing
           Infrastructure
           Enhancement
          MHPCC                    ...............  ...............           +5,000  Inouye
   51 Command, Control and                 256,868          251,645           -5,223  ........................
       Communications Systems
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............           -5,223  ........................
   52 Land Warfare Technology               24,711           21,641           -3,070  ........................
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............           -3,070  ........................
   53 Classified DARPA Programs            188,188          185,028           -3,160  ........................
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............           -3,160  ........................
   54 Network-Centric Warfare              151,641          142,765           -8,876  ........................
       Technology
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............           -8,876  ........................
   55 Sensor Technology                    196,462          187,509           -8,953  ........................
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............           -8,953  ........................
   56 Guidance Technology                  127,777          122,576           -5,201  ........................
          Execution adjustment     ...............  ...............           -5,201  ........................
   58 Software Engineering                  29,851           25,951           -3,900  ........................
       Institute
          DeVenCI                  ...............  ...............           -3,900  ........................
   60 Quick Reaction Special               109,514          112,514           +3,000  ........................
       Projects
          Small Craft Integrated   ...............  ...............           +1,000  Collins, Snowe
           Common Operational
           Picture
          Unmanned Aerial          ...............  ...............           +2,000  Stevens
           Vehicles
   61 Joint Experimentation                112,017          113,017           +1,000  ........................
          East Coast Asymmetric    ...............  ...............           +1,000  Collins, Snowe, Warner,
           Warfare Initiative                                                          Webb
   62 Joint Wargaming Simulation            37,837           17,837          -20,000  ........................
       Management Office
          Unjustified request      ...............  ...............          -20,000  ........................
   64 Technology Transfer                    2,234            4,734           +2,500  ........................
          DOD Springboard          ...............  ...............           +2,500  Stevens
   65 Special Operations Advanced           29,935           32,935           +3,000  ........................
       Technology Development
          Special Operations       ...............  ...............           +3,000  Levin, Stabenow
           Portable Power Source
   66 Nuclear and Conventional              38,060           44,060           +6,000  ........................
       Physical Security
       Equipment RDT&E; ADC&P;
          Intelligent Decision     ...............  ...............           +6,000  Inouye
           Exploration
   67 Physical Security Equipment  ...............            2,000           +2,000  ........................
          Shipboard Visitor        ...............  ...............           +2,000  Cantwell, Murray
           Control Center
   69 Joint Robotics Program                11,860           19,860           +8,000  ........................
          Joint Training and       ...............  ...............           +8,000  Barrasso
           Experimentation Center
           (JTEC) Joint Robotics
           Program
   72 Ballistic Missile Defense            962,585        1,037,585          +75,000  ........................
       Terminal Defense Segment
          Arrow Co-production      ...............  ...............          +25,000  Cochran, Feinstein,
                                                                                       Lott, Sessions, Shelby,
                                                                                       Thune
          Arrow ASIP               ...............  ...............          +15,000  Cochran, Feinstein,
                                                                                       Lott, Sessions, Shelby,
                                                                                       Thune
          Short-range ballistic    ...............  ...............          +35,000  Bond, Kyl, Lott,
           missile defense                                                             Mikulski, Sessions
   73 Ballistic Missile Defense          2,520,064        2,318,764         -201,300  ........................
       Midcourse Defense Segment
          European 3rd Site        ...............  ...............          -85,000  ........................
           Construction
          GMD upgrades             ...............  ...............          +50,000  Committee Initiative
          SBX Transfer to Line     ...............  ...............         -166,300  ........................
           73A
  73A SBX                          ...............         +166,300         +166,300
          SBX Transferred from     ...............  ...............         +166,300  ........................
           Line 73
   75 Chemical and Biological               57,160           62,160           +5,000  ........................
       Defense Program
          Improved skin            ...............  ...............           +1,000  Brownback
           decontamination system
          Vacuum Sampling          ...............  ...............           +4,000  Craig
           Pathogen Collection &
           Concentration
   76 Ballistic Missile Defense            778,163          753,163          -25,000  ........................
       Sensors
          Sensor program growth    ...............  ...............          -25,000  ........................
   77 Ballistic Missile Defense            227,499          197,499          -30,000  ........................
       System Interceptor
          Kinetic Energy           ...............  ...............          -30,000  ........................
           Interceptor
   78 Ballistic Missile Defense            586,150          636,150          +50,000  ........................
       Test & Targets
          Test Range Support and   ...............  ...............          +50,000  Committee Initiative
           Upgrades
   80 Ballistic Missile Defense            482,016          387,416          -94,600  ........................
       Systems Core
          BMD Systems Core--       ...............  ...............          -50,000  ........................
           program growth
          Intelligence and         ...............  ...............          -21,265  ........................
           Security--reduction
           only for Intelligence
           and
           Counterintelligence
           activities
          Producibility and        ...............  ...............          -23,335  ........................
           Manufacturing
           Technology
   81 Special Programs--MDA                323,250          198,850         -124,400  ........................
          BMD Special Programs     ...............  ...............         -124,400  ........................
   83 Space Tracking &                     331,525          272,525          -59,000  ........................
       Surveillance System
          STSS Follow-On--         ...............  ...............          -45,000  ........................
           Premature Request
          STSS Follow-On--Program  ...............  ...............          -10,000  ........................
           growth for program
           management support
          STSS Program Wide        ...............  ...............