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                                                       Calendar No. 571
111th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 2d Session                                                     111-295

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            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2011

                                _______
                                

               September 16, 2010.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                                 REPORT

                         [To accompany S. 3800]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 3800) 
making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, and for other purposes, 
reports favorably thereon and recommends that the bill do pass.



New obligational authority

Total of bill as reported to the Senate\1\..............$669,871,730,000
Amount of 2010 appropriations\2\........................ 658,706,425,000
Amount of 2011 budget estimate\3\....................... 678,225,185,000
Bill as recommended to Senate compared to--
    2010 appropriations................................. +11,165,305,000
    2011 budget estimate\4\.............................  -8,098,994,000

\1\Excluding scorekeeping adjustments.
\2\Including $161,034,140,000 in supplementals.
\3\Including $157,935,277,000 in supplementals.
\4\Additionally, $254,461,000 transferred to the Department of Homeland 
Security for Coast Guard activities.


                                CONTENTS

                              ----------                              
Background:
                                                                   Page
    Purpose of the Bill..........................................     5
    Hearings.....................................................     5
    Summary of the Bill..........................................     5
Title I:
    Military Personnel:
        Military Personnel Overview..............................    12
        Military Personnel, Army.................................    12
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................    14
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................    16
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................    16
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................    19
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................    20
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................    20
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................    21
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................    22
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................    23
Title II:
    Operation and Maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance Overview.......................    24
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................    25
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................    28
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................    32
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................    33
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................    36
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................    39
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................    40
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........    41
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............    42
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........    43
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............    45
        Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account.........    46
        U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces...............    46
        Environmental Restoration, Army..........................    46
        Environmental Restoration, Navy..........................    47
        Environmental Restoration, Air Force.....................    47
        Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..................    47
        Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...    47
        Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...........    47
        Cooperative Threat Reduction Account.....................    47
        Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development 
          Fund...................................................    47
Title III:
    Procurement:
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................    51
        Missile Procurement, Army................................    55
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.    58
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................    61
        Other Procurement, Army..................................    65
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................    74
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................    78
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........    82
        Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy........................    85
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................    87
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................    96
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   100
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   106
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   109
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   111
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   116
        National Guard and Reserve Equipment.....................   122
        Defense Production Act Purchases.........................   124
Title IV:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Overview......   129
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   129
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   144
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   154
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide.   165
        Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.................   179
Title V:
    Revolving and Management Funds:
        Defense Working Capital Funds............................   181
        National Defense Sealift Fund............................   181
Title VI:
    Other Department of Defense Programs:
        Defense Health Program...................................   182
        Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense.......   186
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   186
        Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Fund............   187
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   187
Title VII:
    Related Agencies:
        Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability 
          System 
          Fund...................................................   189
        Intelligence Community Management Account................   189
Title VIII: General Provisions...................................   190
Title IX: Overseas Deployments and Other Programs:
    Department of Defense--Military..............................   196
    Military Personnel:
        Military Personnel, Army.................................   198
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................   198
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................   201
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................   202
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................   203
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................   203
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................   203
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................   203
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................   203
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................   205
    Operation and Maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................   206
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................   207
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................   208
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................   209
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................   210
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................   210
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................   211
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........   211
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............   212
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........   212
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............   212
        Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund............   213
        Afghanistan Security Forces Fund.........................   213
        Iraq Security Forces Fund................................   215
    Procurement:
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................   216
        Missile Procurement, Army................................   216
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.   216
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................   216
        Other Procurement, Army..................................   219
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................   221
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................   221
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........   222
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................   222
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................   223
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   224
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   225
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   225
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   226
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   226
        Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Fund.............   228
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   228
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   228
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   229
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide.   229
    Revolving and Management Funds: Defense Working Capital Funds   230
    Other Department of Defense Programs:
        Defense Health Program...................................   230
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   231
        Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Fund............   231
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   233
        General Provisions--This Title...........................   233
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Sen- 
  ate............................................................   235
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................   235
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   236
Budgetary Impact of Bill.........................................   240
Disclosure of Congressionally Designated Projects................   241
Comparative Statement of Budget Authority........................   264

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2010, 
through September 30, 2011. Functional areas include the pay, 
allowances, and support of military personnel, operation and 
maintenance of the forces, procurement of equipment and 
systems, and research, development, test and evaluation. 
Appropriations for foreign military assistance, military 
construction, family housing, nuclear weapons programs, and 
civil defense are provided in other bills.

                                Hearings

    The Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense began hearings 
on March 3, 2010, and concluded them on June 23, 2010, 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 $669,871,730,000 includes 
funding to develop, maintain, and equip the military forces of 
the United States in nonemergency appropriations.
    The fiscal year 2011 budget request for activities funded 
in the Department of Defense Appropriations bill totals 
$678,225,185,000 in new budget authority including 
$157,935,277,000 in contingency funding and $292,000,000 in 
mandatory spending.
    In fiscal year 2010, the Congress appropriated 
$658,706,425,000 for activities funded in this bill. This 
amount includes $497,672,285,000 in nonemergency appropriations 
and $161,034,140,000 in emergency supplemental appropriations.
    The Committee recommendation in this bill is 
$11,165,305,000 above the amount provided in fiscal year 2010 
and $8,098,994,000 below the amount requested for fiscal year 
2011. In addition, the Committee recommends a transfer of 
$254,461,000 to the Department of Homeland Security [DHS] for 
requested Coast Guard activities more appropriately funded by 
DHS.

                      RESTORING BUDGET DISCIPLINE

    The Committee's recommendation includes more than 
$16,000,000,000 in reductions from programs recommended by the 
administration. As noted above, the funding included in the 
bill is $8,100,000,000 below the request, more than 
$8,000,000,000 in program additions is recommended in lieu of 
items which were not adequately justified by the 
administration. By identifying areas in the budget where 
funding is not needed, the Committee is able to partially 
address the Army's $1,000,000,000 shortfall in base operations 
funding and include $900,000,000 for military personnel 
shortfalls. The savings also allow the Committee to provide an 
additional $500,000,000 to fund equipment for our National 
Guard and Reserve forces. Additional funds are recommended to 
replace combat rescue helicopters for the Air Force, and 
modernize the Army's Apache, Chinook, and Black Hawk 
helicopters. More than $446,000,000 is provided to make Stryker 
vehicles less vulnerable to improvised explosive devices [IED], 
and $230,000,000 is included to address the shortfalls in 
standard missiles for the ship-based Aegis missile defense 
program. While the Committee is pleased it is able to fund 
these shortfalls all of which are clearly in the national 
interest, and notes that even these changes in total represent 
only about 2.3 percent of the Defense budget request, it is 
disturbed that such large sums of inadequately justified 
funding were included in the administration's request.
    It is a constant of the Defense budget process that some 
funds are not needed based on changed circumstances. To a great 
extent, the military departments shaped their requests for 
fiscal year 2011 more than a year ago. In the intervening 
period much has changed. Many programs have been delayed 
lessening the need for funding in the coming year. Others have 
been terminated. In addition, several programs included in the 
request simply do not present sufficient justification to 
warrant funding.
    Unfortunately, the Committee must also note that in recent 
years discipline in Defense budgeting has been lacking. Basic 
budget principles such as eliminating one-time cost increases 
from funding baselines are not followed despite repeated 
criticism from this and other Committees. Additionally, 
substantial amounts are transferred among programs, most 
particularly in appropriations funding operation and 
maintenance programs raising doubts about the stated 
justification for funds.
    Appropriations for activities such as the Joint IED Defeat 
Organization [JIEDDO] are being used to cover unrequested and 
unjustified items which either are of interest to senior 
leaders or make up for shortfalls in amounts requested by the 
services. The mission of JIEDDO is too critical for the program 
to serve as a blank check book for projects which might not be 
able to warrant funding on their own merits. So too, the 
Committee notes that the Commanders Emergency Response Program 
has become a means for senior leaders to circumvent proper 
budgeting for large-scale developmental programs better funded 
through Military Construction, the Department of State, or the 
Agency for International Development. The Committee is 
proposing substantial adjustments to address these concerns and 
reshape these valuable programs. This is discussed in more 
detail elsewhere in this report.
    With the Nation at war, the Congress has generally 
supported Defense Department leadership's funding requests to 
guarantee that the men and women who volunteer to serve this 
Nation in harm's way are provided everything they need to 
accomplish their mission. Today, however, the economic 
situation facing the Nation is also a matter of national 
security and requires the Defense Department, like all 
Government agencies, to improve its stewardship of its 
resources.
    The Secretary of Defense should be applauded for trying to 
gain greater control over runaway costs, schedule delays, and 
requirements creep. However, the Committee remains frustrated 
by the lack of proper control in the Defense budget process as 
exemplified by the examples listed below. The Navy should be 
commended for reshaping its Littoral Combat Ship program to 
down select to one contractor with the goal of reducing costs. 
However, the ensuing delay in this program has led to a 
schedule in which the winning contractor will not be able to 
begin constructing the second of two LCS ships requested in 
fiscal year 2011. Nonetheless, neither the Navy nor the Defense 
Department has suggested reducing the budget request even 
though more than $600,000,000 will not be required this fiscal 
year.
    Most disturbing perhaps is the Joint Strike Fighter [JSF]. 
For the last 3 years in conference, this Committee has insisted 
on fully funding the JSF in conjunction with providing funds to 
develop a second engine for the program. This approach was in 
accord with the stated position of the administration that it 
would not object to Congress supporting the second engine if 
its funding did not come at the expense of the overall JSF 
program. While the second engine program has continued its 
development on track, with the program being awarded 17 
straight performance awards in the past 8 years with an average 
approval rating of 93.5 percent, the JSF has seen cost 
increases and significant delays. In fact at the end of June 
2010, 9 months after the start of the fiscal year, the program 
maintained unobligated balances of $6,500,000,000. This amount 
for 1 year's production funding of this program is more than 
the budgets of many entire Federal agencies.
    Despite the nearly unwavering congressional support of the 
JSF program, the delivery of the first two production aircraft 
has slipped by an additional year, and the cost of the program 
has continued to increase. It is clear that the aircraft sought 
for fiscal year 2011 will not begin production until at the 
earliest the end of the coming fiscal year. The importance of 
the JSF program and the urgent need to replace aging fighters 
is the sole reason why the Committee is only scaling back 
production and not recommending eliminating all funding for 
this program for fiscal year 2011. The incongruence of the 
insistence on canceling the second engine program which has 
been a near model program and which most analysts expect would 
curtail long-term costs of the entire JSF program with equal 
insistence on the need to fully fund the JSF program is hard to 
rationalize.
    Each of these issues is discussed elsewhere in this report. 
However, what is not restated is the over arching requirement 
for the Defense Department to regain control over its budget. 
The Committee believes our defense leaders are well 
intentioned, hard working, and professional, but have become 
complacent as record budgets have lessened the need for fiscal 
discipline. Budget principles have been circumvented or ignored 
in the interest of funding the Nation's wars. While the 
Committee will continue to recommend reallocating unneeded 
funds to meet critical unfunded needs, it believes greater 
efficiencies would accrue from more disciplined budget 
preparation within the Defense Department.

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The following table displays the recommendations for each 
title:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Fiscal year 2010  Fiscal year 2011      Committee
                                                                 enacted          estimate       recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I--Military personnel...............................       124,170,847       127,668,630       127,153,296
Title II--Operation and maintenance.......................       154,253,711       167,878,542       167,332,004
Title III--Procurement....................................       104,397,262       111,189,951       104,765,490
Title IV--Research, development, test and evaluation......        80,537,479        76,130,700        76,193,695
Title V--Revolving and management funds...................         3,127,762         2,379,402         2,472,402
Title VI--Other Department of Defense programs............        32,372,064        34,032,991        34,500,275
Title VII--Related agencies...............................           998,812           998,692         1,013,692
Title VIII--Overseas Deployment and Other Activiites......        -2,185,652            11,000        -1,239,681
Title IX--Additional appropriations\1\....................       161,034,140       157,935,277       157,680,557
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Net grand total (including emergency supplemental          658,706,425       678,225,185       669,871,730
       appropriations)....................................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\Provided in Public Law 111-118 and Public Law 111-212.

                     CLASSIFIED PROGRAM ADJUSTMENTS

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

                         COMMITTEE INITIATIVES

    In addition to items of interest to specific members, 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, alternative energy, corrosion 
control, and environmental remediation. Most projects include 
funding in several programs and across all services.
    New Start Programs, Projects, and Activities.--The 
Department is required to identify funding for new starts in 
its annual budget submission to comply with the guidelines 
detailed in the Financial Management Regulations [FMR]. 
Additionally, should it be necessary in the interest of 
national security, the Department may request congressional 
approval for new start programs, projects and activities in the 
year of execution via prior approval reprogramming or after 
prior written notification. It has come to the Committee's 
attention that several new start activities were initiated by 
the services without following either of the two procedures 
detailed above. The new programs include ``Imminent Fury'' and 
at least two missile-related projects. This practice reflects 
poor program management and a disregard of financial management 
regulations. Further, it undermines congressional oversight. 
The Committee directs the Department to adhere to established 
procedures for funding new starts with prior congressional 
approval. Should the Department continue to bypass established 
guidelines, the Committee is prepared to address the issue in 
future legislation.
    Stryker.--The Stryker family of wheeled vehicles is proving 
capable of providing the firepower and mobility for today's 
conflicts. Reports from the field about the vehicle's 
vulnerability to improvised explosive devices prompted a search 
for solutions. The ``double-V hull'' appears to offer 
significantly improved protection for Stryker teams. The Army 
has moved out quickly on engineering and design work for this 
upgrade, expediting testing and ordering long-lead materials. 
If testing continues to show positive results, the Army is 
ready to begin modifying vehicles for the next deploying units. 
The Committee supports the Stryker upgrade program and provides 
an additional $128,400,000 in the Research, Development, Test 
and Evaluation, Army appropriation to fund the required testing 
identified by the Army. An additional $318,000,000 is provided 
in title IX, Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat 
Vehicles, Army account, to procure modification kits and 
vehicles to ensure that Strykers have the survivability edge 
needed for forces in theater.

                                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 2011 budget requests a total of 
$127,668,630,000 for military personnel appropriations. This 
request funds an Active component end strength of 1,432,400 and 
a Reserve component end strength of 846,200.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations 
totaling $127,153,296,000 for fiscal year 2011. This is 
$515,334,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for 
fiscal year 2011 are summarized below:

                                  SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel:
    Military Personnel, Army....................................      41,972,277      41,822,277        -150,000
    Military Personnel, Navy....................................      25,950,949      25,916,549         -34,400
    Military Personnel, Marine Corps............................      13,250,161      13,203,161         -47,000
    Military Personnel, Air Force...............................      27,121,755      27,105,755         -16,000

Reserve Personnel:
    Reserve Personnel, Army.....................................       4,397,165       4,321,165         -76,000
    Reserve Personnel, Navy.....................................       1,944,191       1,944,191  ..............
    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps.............................         617,441         612,141          -5,300
    Reserve Personnel, Air Force................................       1,686,797       1,652,997         -33,800

National Guard Personnel:
    National Guard Personnel, Army..............................       7,624,296       7,513,796        -110,500
    National Guard Personnel, Air Force.........................       3,103,598       3,061,264         -42,334
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     127,668,630     127,153,296        -515,334
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end strengths for fiscal year 2011 
are summarized below:

                                            RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                2010           2011 budget        Committee        Change from
                  Item                      authorization       estimate       recommendation    budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active:
    Army................................           562,400           569,400           569,400  ................
    Navy................................           328,800           328,700           328,700  ................
    Marine Corps........................           202,100           202,100           202,100  ................
    Air Force...........................           331,700           332,200           332,200  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..........................         1,425,000         1,432,400         1,432,400  ................
                                         =======================================================================
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve........................           205,000           205,000           205,000  ................
    Navy Reserve........................            65,500            65,500            65,500  ................
    Marine Corps Reserve................            39,600            39,600            39,600  ................
    Air Force Reserve...................            69,500            71,200            71,200  ................
    Army National Guard.................           358,200           358,200           358,200  ................
    Air National Guard..................           106,700           106,700           106,700  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..........................           844,500           846,200           846,200  ................
                                         =======================================================================
      TOTAL.............................         2,269,500         2,278,600         2,278,600  ................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end strengths for full-time support 
of the Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2011 are summarized 
below:

                                RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                2010           2011 budget        Committee        Change from
                  Item                      authorization       estimate       recommendation    budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active Guard and Reserve:
    Army Reserve........................            16,261            16,261            16,261  ................
    Navy Reserve........................            10,818            10,688            10,688  ................
    Marine Corps Reserve................             2,261             2,261             2,261  ................
    Air Force Reserve...................             2,896             2,992             2,992  ................
    Army National Guard.................            32,060            32,060            32,060  ................
    Air National Guard..................            14,555            14,584            14,584  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL.............................            78,851            78,750            78,750  ................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                  RECOMMENDED MILITARY TECHNICIANS END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                2010           2011 budget        Committee        Change from
                  Item                      authorization       estimate       recommendation    budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Technicians:
    Dual Status (minimum levels):
        Army Reserve....................             8,395             8,395             8,395  ................
        Air Force Reserve...............            10,417            10,720            10,720  ................
        Army National Guard.............            27,210            27,210            27,210  ................
        Air National Guard..............            22,313            22,394            22,394  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal......................            68,335            68,719            68,719  ................
                                         =======================================================================
    Non-dual Status (numerical limits):
        Army Reserve....................               595               595               595  ................
        Air Force Reserve...............                90                90                90  ................
        Army National Guard.............             1,600             2,520             1,600              -920
        Air National Guard..............               350               350               350  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal......................             2,635             3,555             2,635              -920
                                         =======================================================================
          TOTAL.........................            70,970            72,274            71,354              -920
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Military Personnel Overview

    The Department of Defense budget requests $127,668,630,000 
for the military personnel pay accounts for fiscal year 2011; 
an increase of $3,497,783,000 or 13 percent over the current 
enacted amount of $124,170,847,000 excluding supplemental 
appropriations.
    Bonuses.--The Committee believes the request for bonuses 
and recruiter mandays for the Army, Navy, Air Force, and both 
National Guard components is overstated. In the fiscal year 
2011 budget, these components requested an increase in bonus 
and recruiter funding, despite the fact that they have achieved 
their overall recruiting and retention goals and are above 
budgeted end strength levels for fiscal year 2010. For this 
reason, the Committee reduces funding for initial bonuses and 
recruiter mandays to keep the services at fiscal year 2010 
levels.
    Improved Budget Processes.--The Committee is concerned that 
the Reserve components continually realign significant amounts 
of funding between program lines during the year of execution. 
Several of the Reserve components, most notably the Army 
Reserve and Air National Guard, consistently do not request 
funds in the budget lines where they plan to spend it. For this 
reason, they are unable to justify the budget request as 
submitted to Congress. The Committee urges the Reserve 
components to improve their budgeting practices.
    Budgeted End Strength Levels.--Based upon current manpower 
trends, several military components are predicting that in 
fiscal year 2011, their end strength levels will vary 
significantly from budgeted levels. The Committee has adjusted 
the military personnel accounts based upon the services' input 
and a Government Accountability Office [GAO] analysis of 
projected fiscal year 2011 end strength levels. The Committee 
recommends a reduction to the Air Force Reserve due to a lower 
than budgeted end strength level, and reduces the Air National 
Guard request due to a less expensive personnel mix than 
budgeted.
    The Committee also recommends providing an additional 
$912,445,000 for the Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Marine 
Corps Reserve to address predicted funding shortfalls due to 
higher than budgeted end strength and mobilization levels. The 
Committee includes this funding in title IX of this bill.
    Unobligated Balances.--A GAO analysis indicates that the 
services continue to underexecute their military personnel 
accounts, maintaining significant unobligated balances each 
year. For this reason, the Committee has determined that 
several active duty and Reserve components' fiscal year 2011 
military personnel budget requests are overstated and can be 
reduced. Therefore, the Committee recommends a total reduction 
of $224,000,000 to the military personnel accounts.

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $41,005,612,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  41,972,277,000
Committee recommendation................................  41,822,277,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$41,822,277,000. This is $150,000,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY

     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
     BASIC PAY                                                       6,392,861       6,392,861  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             2,088,308       2,088,308  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,854,718       1,854,718  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   255,925         255,925  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     97,698          97,698  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                      300,939         300,939  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                        198,601         198,601  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                     61,798          61,798  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               487,469         487,469  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 11,738,317      11,738,317  ..............

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
     BASIC PAY                                                      13,682,488      13,682,488  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             4,470,859       4,470,859  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     4,395,850       4,395,850  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    102,851         102,851  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                    1,269,047       1,119,047        -150,000
     ALLOWANCES                                                        806,471         806,471  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                    255,127         255,127  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                             1,046,710       1,046,710  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 26,029,403      25,879,403        -150,000

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS
     ACADEMY CADETS                                                     74,773          74,773  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                 1,313,309       1,313,309  ..............
     SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               817,691         817,691  ..............
     FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                             748             748  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  2,131,748       2,131,748  ..............

     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
     ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                  202,699         202,699  ..............
     TRAINING TRAVEL                                                   142,749         142,749  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                494,937         494,937  ..............
     ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 674,831         674,831  ..............
     SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                 198,439         198,439  ..............
     TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                          12,137          12,137  ..............
     NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                              12,639          12,639  ..............
     TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                          38,931          38,931  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                  1,777,362       1,777,362  ..............

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
     APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                  2,233           2,233  ..............
     INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                648             648  ..............
     DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   45,500          45,500  ..............
     UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                             188,778         188,778  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 30,879          30,879  ..............
     ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     610             610  ..............
     TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              8,007           8,007  ..............
     PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                         338             338  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS [ROTC]                            138,731         138,731  ..............
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                        50,201          50,201  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    465,925         465,925  ..............

     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                               -245,251        -245,251  ..............
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, ARMY                               41,972,277      41,822,277        -150,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY                          41,972,277      41,822,277        -150,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                     Committee      Change from
Line                             Item                             Budget request  recommendation  budget request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BA 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  90 Special Pays                                                    1,269,047       1,119,047        -150,000
         Enlistment Bonuses--Excess to Requirement              ..............  ..............         -50,000
         Re-enlistment Bonuses--Excess to Requirement           ..............  ..............        -100,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $25,289,049,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  25,950,949,000
Committee recommendation................................  25,916,549,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$25,916,549,000. This is $34,400,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY

     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
     BASIC PAY                                                       3,680,703       3,680,703  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             1,202,462       1,202,462  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,263,675       1,263,675  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   143,344         143,344  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    155,148         155,148  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                      355,821         355,821  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                        104,291         104,291  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                     25,353          25,353  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               278,666         278,666  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  7,209,463       7,209,463  ..............

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
     BASIC PAY                                                       8,257,803       8,257,803  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             2,700,204       2,700,204  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     3,682,915       3,682,915  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    100,499         100,499  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                      839,787         819,787         -20,000
     ALLOWANCES                                                        498,621         498,621  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                    127,343         127,343  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               631,722         631,722  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 16,838,894      16,818,894         -20,000

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF MIDSHIPMEN
     MIDSHIPMEN                                                         74,950          74,950  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   685,085         685,085  ..............
     SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               419,333         419,333  ..............
     FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                              12              12  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  1,104,430       1,104,430  ..............

     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
     ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                   76,220          76,220  ..............
     TRAINING TRAVEL                                                    71,814          71,814  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                219,685         219,685  ..............
     ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 354,275         354,275  ..............
     SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                 103,806         103,806  ..............
     TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                          39,368          39,368  ..............
     NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                               5,760           5,760  ..............
     TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                           6,386           6,386  ..............
     OTHER                                                               6,406           6,406  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                    883,720         883,720  ..............

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
     APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                    261             261  ..............
     INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                              1,427           1,427  ..............
     DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   17,700          17,700  ..............
     UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              88,350          88,350  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 21,515          21,515  ..............
     ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     271             271  ..............
     TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              8,030           8,030  ..............
     PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                         190             190  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS [ROTC]                             27,345          27,345  ..............
     JUNIOR R.O.T.C                                                     14,093          14,093  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    179,182         179,182  ..............

     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                               -339,690        -339,690  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -14,400         -14,400
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, NAVY                               25,950,949      25,916,549         -34,400
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY                          25,950,949      25,916,549         -34,400
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     BA 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  90 Special Pays                                                      839,787         819,787         -20,000
         Enlistment Bonuses--Excess to Requirement              ..............  ..............         -20,000
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT
         Unobligated Balances                                   ..............         -14,400         -14,400
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $12,799,990,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  13,250,161,000
Committee recommendation................................  13,203,161,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$13,203,161,000. This is $47,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS

     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
     BASIC PAY                                                       1,433,200       1,433,200  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                               465,072         465,072  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                       462,438         462,438  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                    59,613          59,613  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     50,011          50,011  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                       27,921          27,921  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                         34,404          34,404  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                     13,299          13,299  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               109,014         109,014  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  2,654,972       2,654,972  ..............

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
     BASIC PAY                                                       4,910,560       4,910,560  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             1,591,322       1,591,322  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,660,161       1,660,161  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                      9,158           9,158  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                      288,654         288,654  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                        278,060         278,060  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                     65,101          65,101  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               372,411         372,411  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                  9,175,427       9,175,427  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   489,789         489,789  ..............
     SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               324,565         324,565  ..............
     FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                             750             750  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    815,104         815,104  ..............

     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
     ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                   79,378          79,378  ..............
     TRAINING TRAVEL                                                    10,079          10,079  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                239,442         239,442  ..............
     ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 115,330         115,330  ..............
     SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                  55,528          55,528  ..............
     TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                             742             742  ..............
     NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                               6,305           6,305  ..............
     TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                          13,818          13,818  ..............
     OTHER                                                               2,683           2,683  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                    523,305         523,305  ..............

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
     APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                  1,823           1,823  ..............
     INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                 19              19  ..............
     DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   17,200          17,200  ..............
     UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              69,359          69,359  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                  4,249           4,249  ..............
     ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     159             159  ..............
     TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              2,853           2,853  ..............
     PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                         278             278  ..............
     JUNIOR R.O.T.C                                                      5,573           5,573  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    101,513         101,513  ..............

     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                                -20,160         -20,160  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -47,000         -47,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, MARINE CORPS                       13,250,161      13,203,161         -47,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                  13,250,161      13,203,161         -47,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT
         Unobligated Balances                                   ..............         -47,000         -47,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $26,174,136,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  27,121,755,000
Committee recommendation................................  27,105,755,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$27,105,755,000. This is $16,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE

     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
     BASIC PAY                                                       4,687,593       4,687,593  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             1,522,644       1,522,644  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,347,403       1,347,403  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   182,253         182,253  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    239,121         239,121  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                      322,642         322,642  ..............
     ALLOWANCES                                                        128,157         128,157  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                     64,974          64,974  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               355,711         355,711  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  8,850,498       8,850,498  ..............

     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
     BASIC PAY                                                       8,540,083       8,540,083  ..............
     RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             2,781,402       2,781,402  ..............
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     3,038,904       3,038,904  ..............
     INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     36,980          36,980  ..............
     SPECIAL PAYS                                                      396,103         380,103         -16,000
     ALLOWANCES                                                        570,857         570,857  ..............
     SEPARATION PAY                                                    124,411         124,411  ..............
     SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               653,317         653,317  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 16,142,057      16,126,057         -16,000

     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS
     ACADEMY CADETS                                                     75,383          75,383  ..............

     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
     BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   872,055         872,055  ..............
     SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               169,924         169,924  ..............
     FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                              37              37  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  1,042,016       1,042,016  ..............

     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
     ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                   87,377          87,377  ..............
     TRAINING TRAVEL                                                    72,521          72,521  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                296,604         296,604  ..............
     ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 505,198         505,198  ..............
     SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                 176,549         176,549  ..............
     TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                          23,561          23,561  ..............
     NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                              40,772          40,772  ..............
     TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                          28,936          28,936  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                  1,231,518       1,231,518  ..............

     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
     APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                    131             131  ..............
     INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                              2,179           2,179  ..............
     DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   19,900          19,900  ..............
     UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              49,143          49,143  ..............
     SURVIVOR BENEFITS                                                   1,760           1,760  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                    484             484  ..............
     ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     395             395  ..............
     TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              6,903           6,903  ..............
     PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                       1,578           1,578  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS [ROTC]                             45,571          45,571  ..............
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                        16,185          16,185  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    144,229         144,229  ..............

     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                               -363,946        -363,946  ..............
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, AIR FORCE                          27,121,755      27,105,755         -16,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                     27,121,755      27,105,755         -16,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            2011 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       BA 2: PAY AND
        ALLOWANCES OF
        ENLISTED
        PERSONNEL
    90 Special Pays            396,103         380,103         -16,000
           Re-          ..............  ..............         -16,000
            enlistment
            Bonuses--E
            xcess to
            Requiremen
            t
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $4,304,713,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   4,397,165,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,321,165,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,321,165,000. This is $76,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                   1,249,133       1,249,133  ..............
     PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)                       44,460          36,460          -8,000
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                   268,215         268,215  ..............
     PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                            8,830           8,830  ..............
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                              21,460          10,460         -11,000
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   177,121         177,121  ..............
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  293,439         293,439  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      2,129,646       2,129,646  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 57,633          57,633  ..............
     HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                      66,940          66,940  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                     80,288          80,288  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  4,397,165       4,378,165         -19,000

     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -57,000         -57,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY                             4,397,165       4,321,165         -76,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            2011 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       BA 1: UNIT AND
        INDIVIDUAL
        TRAINING
    20 Pay Group B              44,460          36,460          -8,000
        Training
        (Backfill for
        Active Duty)
           Projected    ..............  ..............          -8,000
            Underexecu
            tion
    60 Mobilization             21,460          10,460         -11,000
        Training
           Projected    ..............  ..............         -11,000
            Underexecu
            tion
       UNDISTRIBUTED    ..............         -57,000         -57,000
        ADJUSTMENT
       Unobligated      ..............         -57,000         -57,000
        Balances
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,909,301,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,944,191,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,944,191,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,944,191,000. This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                     626,657         626,657  ..............
     PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY)                     9,070           9,070  ..............
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                    45,603          45,603  ..............
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                               8,434           8,434  ..............
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                    45,930          45,930  ..............
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                   89,647          89,647  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      1,061,128       1,061,128  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                  3,780           3,780  ..............
     HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                      53,942          53,942  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  1,944,191       1,944,191  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY                            1,944,191       1,944,191  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $613,500,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     617,441,000
Committee recommendation................................     612,141,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $612,141,000. 
This is $5,300,000 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
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                     196,974         196,974  ..............
     PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)                       36,116          36,116  ..............
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                    96,138          96,138  ..............
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                               3,724           3,724  ..............
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                    16,810          16,810  ..............
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                   27,688          27,688  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                        216,537         216,537  ..............
     PLATOON LEADER CLASS                                               12,256          12,256  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 11,198          11,198  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                    617,441         617,441  ..............

     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............          -5,300          -5,300
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                      617,441         612,141          -5,300
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            2011 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       UNDISTRIBUTED    ..............          -5,300          -5,300
        ADJUSTMENT
           Unobligated  ..............          -5,300          -5,300
            Balances
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,589,412,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,686,797,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,652,997,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,652,997,000. This is $33,800,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                     670,341         670,341  ..............
     PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)                      101,951         101,951  ..............
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                    54,850          54,850  ..............
     PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                               50              50  ..............
     MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                                 447             447  ..............
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   163,272         163,272  ..............
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  243,233         243,233  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                        378,772         378,772  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 18,295          18,295  ..............
     HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                      51,331          51,331  ..............
     OTHER PROGRAMS (ADMIN & SUPPORT)                                    4,255           4,255  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  1,686,797       1,686,797  ..............

     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -33,800         -33,800
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                       1,686,797       1,652,997         -33,800
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            2011 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       UNDISTRIBUTED    ..............         -33,800         -33,800
        ADJUSTMENTS
           Below        ..............         -21,000         -21,000
            Budgeted
            End
            Strength
           Unobligated  ..............         -12,800         -12,800
            Balances
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $7,546,905,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   7,624,296,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,513,796,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$7,513,796,000. This is $110,500,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                   2,010,867       1,980,867         -30,000
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                   510,859         510,859  ..............
     PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                           71,222          71,222  ..............
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   577,600         564,600         -13,000
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  534,954         534,954  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      3,788,954       3,788,954  ..............
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                129,840         129,840  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  7,624,296       7,581,296         -43,000

     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -67,500         -67,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY                     7,624,296       7,513,796        -110,500
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            2011 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       BA 1: UNIT AND
        INDIVIDUAL
        TRAINING
    10 Pay Group A           2,010,867       1,980,867         -30,000
        Training (15
        Days & Drills
        24/48)
           Unjustified  ..............  ..............         -30,000
            Growth
    70 School Training         577,600         564,600         -13,000
           Recruiter    ..............  ..............         -13,000
            Mandays--E
            xcess to
            Requiremen
            t
       UNDISTRIBUTED    ..............         -67,500         -67,500
        ADJUSTMENTS
           Unobligated  ..............         -70,000         -70,000
            Balances
           Joint        ..............           2,500          +2,500
            Interagenc
            y Training
            and
            Education
            Center
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $2,938,229,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   3,103,598,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,061,264,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,061,264,000. This is $42,334,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE

     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
     PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                     939,636         923,636         -16,000
     PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                    99,839          99,839  ..............
     PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                              298             298  ..............
     SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   209,944         209,944  ..............
     SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  131,226         131,226  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      1,692,112       1,682,112         -10,000
     EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 30,543          30,543  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  3,103,598       3,077,598         -26,000

     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -16,334         -16,334
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                3,103,598       3,061,264         -42,334
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2011 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                            Item                              estimate      recommendation   budget request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       BA 1: UNIT AND INDIVIDUAL TRAINING
    10 Pay Group A Training (15 Days & Drills 24/48)                 939,636          923,636          -16,000
           Inactive Duty Training--Unjustified Growth        ...............  ...............          -16,000
    90 Administration and Support                                  1,692,112        1,682,112          -10,000
           Bonuses--Unjustified Requirement                  ...............  ...............          -10,000
       UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENTS                             ...............          -16,334          -16,334
           Unobligated Balances                              ...............          -17,500          -17,500
           Lower than Budgeted Pay Grade Mix                 ...............           -8,000           -8,000
           Additional Mandays for the Nevada National        ...............            8,166           +8,166
            Guard
           Joint Interagency Training and Education Center   ...............            1,000           +1,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                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 2011 budget requests a total of 
$167,878,542,000 for operation and maintenance appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends operation and maintenance 
appropriations totaling $167,332,004,000 for fiscal year 2011. 
This is $546,538,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended operation and maintenance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2011 are summarized below:

                               SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance:
    Operation and Maintenance, Army.............................      33,971,965      34,239,764        +267,799
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy.............................      38,134,308      37,959,579        -174,729
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps.....................       5,590,340       5,579,540         -10,800
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force........................      36,844,512      36,517,070        -327,442
    Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide.....................      30,583,896      30,257,819        -326,077
    Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve.....................       2,879,077       2,869,077         -10,000
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve.....................       1,367,764       1,367,764  ..............
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve.............         285,234         285,234  ..............
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve................       3,301,035       3,299,827          -1,208
    Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard..............       6,572,704       6,532,642         -40,062
    Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard...............       5,941,143       5,947,124          +5,981
    Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund...............           5,000  ..............          -5,000
    United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.........          14,068          14,068  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Army.............................         444,581         469,581         +25,000
    Environmental Restoration, Navy.............................         304,867         304,867  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Air Force........................         502,653         502,653  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide.....................          10,744          10,744  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites......         276,546         326,546         +50,000
    Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid..............         108,032         108,032  ..............
    Cooperative Threat Reduction Account........................         522,512         522,512  ..............
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund         217,561         217,561  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     167,878,542     167,332,004        -546,538
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

    Operation and Maintenance Budget Justification.--The 
Department of Defense Financial Management Regulations [DOD 
FMR] define requirements for budget justification materials. 
For the operation and maintenance appropriations, the main 
budget documents are the OP-5 and OP-32 exhibits. The OP-5 
provides essential information for justification of the 
President's Budget. The ``Reconciliation of Increases and 
Decreases'' should identify what changes are occurring and 
provide programmatic reasons for the changes and explain why 
they are necessary. The FMR specifically directs the services 
to do the following with regard to narrative justification on 
the OP-5: ``Itemize and justify the major program changes in 
each year (provide the baseline in dollars to which the 
increase or decrease applies). Such justification should 
clearly explain programmatic changes in resource levels 
including why increases are required or decreases occur. 
Additionally, the narrative justification should relate cost to 
force structure changes, performance criteria, workload and 
manpower data, as well as identify the impact if requested 
changes are not funded.''
    The fiscal year 2011 O&M; OP-5 exhibits lacked some of the 
details required by the above guidance. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the following for future O&M; budget 
submissions:
  --The Army to include baselines in all budget justification 
        materials;
  --All services to include baseline and civilian personnel 
        changes (if applicable) in the stub entries of 
        programmatic changes for example--

``Increase for a certain initiative. (Baseline $XXX,XXX; +7 W/
Y, +2 E/S].''

    Military Intelligence Program [MIP] Justification Materials 
for Operation and Maintenance.--The justification materials 
provide funding profiles as well as line numbers for MIP 
programs for the procurement and research and development 
appropriations. Although funding profiles are broken down in 
the operation and maintenance programs, line items are not 
provided. The services are directed to include line item [SAG] 
information for each operation and maintenance MIP program just 
as it is provided for procurement and research and development 
programs.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $30,934,550,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  33,971,965,000
Committee recommendation................................  34,239,764,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$34,239,764,000. This is $267,799,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     LAND FORCES
     MANEUVER UNITS                                                  1,087,321       1,087,321  ..............
     MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES                                          114,448         114,448  ..............
     ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADES                                           773,540         773,540  ..............
     THEATER LEVEL ASSETS                                              794,806         767,727         -27,079
     LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                  1,399,332       1,392,912          -6,420
     AVIATION ASSETS                                                   897,666         897,666  ..............

     LAND FORCES READINESS
     FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                              2,520,995       2,348,541        -172,454
     LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS                                     596,117         574,946         -21,171
     LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                     890,122         955,122         +65,000

     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
     BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                         7,563,566       8,063,596        +500,030
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MODERNIZA-  TION       2,500,892       2,510,092          +9,200
     MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                           390,004         390,004  ..............
     COMBATANT COMMANDER'S CORE OPERATIONS                             167,758         167,758  ..............
     COMBATANT COMMANDERS ANCILLARY MISSIONS                           464,851         464,851  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 20,161,418      20,508,524        +347,106

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION

     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
     STRATEGIC MOBILITY                                                333,266         313,266         -20,000
     ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS                                         102,240         102,240  ..............
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                             5,736           5,736  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                    441,242         421,242         -20,000

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     ACCESSION TRAINING
     OFFICER ACQUISITION                                               129,902         129,902  ..............
     RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   74,705          74,705  ..............
     ONE STATION UNIT TRAINING                                          63,223          63,223  ..............
     SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                            479,343         480,843          +1,500

     BASIC SKILL AND ADVANCED TRAINING
     SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                      1,082,517       1,067,334         -15,183
     FLIGHT TRAINING                                                 1,046,124       1,032,124         -14,000
     PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                163,607         169,607          +6,000
     TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  695,200         695,200  ..............

     RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        544,014         524,014         -20,000
     EXAMINING                                                         153,091         153,091  ..............
     OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                  241,170         241,370            +200
     CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                   220,771         220,771  ..............
     JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                            175,347         175,347  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                  5,069,014       5,027,531         -41,483

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     SECURITY PROGRAMS                                               1,030,355       1,017,631         -12,724

     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                        587,952         587,952  ..............
     CENTRAL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES                                         669,853         669,853  ..............
     LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                      503,876         506,376          +2,500
     AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT                                             435,020         435,020  ..............

     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
     ADMINISTRATION                                                    912,355         902,355         -10,000
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                      1,528,371       1,529,371          +1,000
     MANPOWER MANAGEMENT                                               368,480         368,480  ..............
     OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                           261,829         263,029          +1,200
     OTHER SERVICE SUPPORT                                           1,145,902       1,147,102          +1,200
     ARMY CLAIMS ACTIVITIES                                            205,967         205,967  ..............
     REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT                                            168,664         168,664  ..............

     SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS
     SUPPORT OF NATO OPERATIONS                                        462,488         462,488  ..............
     MISCELLANEOUS SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS                             19,179          19,179  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  8,300,291       8,283,467         -16,824

     FIVE PERCENT COST SAVINGS FOR INVESTMENT IN ENERGY AND     ..............          -1,000          -1,000
      UTILITIES PROJECTS THROUGH THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND
      REINVESTMENT ACT
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY                   33,971,965      34,239,764        +267,799
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   114 THEATER LEVEL           794,806         767,727         -27,079
        ASSETS
           Aircraft     ..............  ..............         -18,500
            Lease for
            Casualty
            Evacuation
            Funded in
            Fiscal
            Year 2011
            OCO
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............          -8,579
            Title IX:
            Chemical
            Defense
            Equipment
            Sustainmen
            t
   115 LAND FORCES           1,399,332       1,392,912          -6,420
        OPERATIONS
        SUPPORT
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............          -6,420
            Title IX:
            MRAP
            Vehicle
            Sustainmen
            t at
            Combat
            Training
            Centers
   121 FORCE READINESS       2,520,995       2,348,541        -172,454
        OPERATIONS
        SUPPORT
           Removal of   ..............  ..............         -35,000
            One-Time
            Fiscal
            Year 2010
            Costs
           Decrease     ..............  ..............         -60,000
            Requested
            Growth for
            Travel
           Fire         ..............  ..............          +3,500
            Resistant
            Environmen
            tal
            Ensemble
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............         -71,660
            Title IX:
            Body Armor
            Sustainmen
            t
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............          -9,294
            Title IX:
            Rapid
            Equipping
            Force
            Readiness
   122 LAND FORCES             596,117         574,946         -21,171
        SYSTEMS
        READINESS
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............         -21,171
            Title IX:
            Fixed Wing
            Life Cycle
            Contract
            Support
   123 LAND FORCES             890,122         955,122         +65,000
        DEPOT
        MAINTENANCE
           UH-60 A to   ..............  ..............         +60,000
            L
            Conversion
            s
           Installatio  ..............  ..............          +5,000
            n
            Management
            Command,
            Non-
            Tactical
            Vehicle,
            Service
            Life
            Extension
            Program
   131 BASE OPERATIONS       7,563,566       8,063,596        +500,030
        SUPPORT
           Army Tenant  ..............  ..............         -33,000
            Pentagon
            Rent
            Requiremen
            ts
           Reduced      ..............  ..............         -50,000
            Requiremen
            t for
            Collateral
            Equipment
            in Fiscal
            Year 2011
           Army         ..............  ..............         +30,625
            Substance
            Abuse
            Program--A
            rmy
            Requested
            Transfer
            from the
            Defense
            Health
            Program
           Base         ..............  ..............        +777,405
            Operating
            Support
            Shortfalls
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............        -200,000
            Title IX:
            Overseas
            Security
            Guards
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............         -30,000
            Title IX:
            Senior
            Leader
            Initiative
            :
            Comprehens
            ive
            Soldier
            Fitness
            Program
           Army         ..............  ..............          +5,000
            Conservati
            on and
            Ecosystem
            Management
   132 FACILITIES            2,500,892       2,510,092          +9,200
        SUSTAINMENT,
        RESTORATION
        AND MODERNIZA-
         TION
           Entrance     ..............  ..............          +1,200
            Road
            Resurfacin
            g (Gaffney
            Road)
           Install/     ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Repair
            HVAC
            Systems
           Rock Island  ..............  ..............          +6,000
            Arsenal,
            Building
            #299 Roof
            Replacemen
            t &
            Restoratio
            n (Phase
            V)
   211 STRATEGIC               333,266         313,266         -20,000
        MOBILITY
           Budget       ..............  ..............         -20,000
            Justificat
            ion Does
            Not Match
            Summary of
            Price and
            Program
            Changes
   314 SENIOR RESERVE
        OFFICERS
        TRAINING CORPS
           Air Battle          479,343         480,843          +1,500
            Captain
            ROTC
            Helicopter
            Training
   321 SPECIALIZED           1,082,517       1,067,334         -15,183
        SKILL TRAINING
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............         -15,183
            Title IX:
            Survivabil
            ity and
            Maneuverab
            ility
            Training
   322 FLIGHT TRAINING       1,046,124       1,032,124         -14,000
           Budget       ..............  ..............         -14,000
            Justificat
            ion Does
            Not Match
            Summary of
            Price and
            Program
            Changes
   323 PROFESSIONAL            163,607         169,607          +6,000
        DEVELOPMENT
        EDUCATION
           Academic     ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Support
            and
            Research
            Compliance
            for
            Knowledge
            Gathering
           Environment  ..............  ..............          +1,500
            al/
            Geography
            Research
            for Army
            Opera-
            tions
           Research,    ..............  ..............          +2,500
            Developmen
            t, and
            Engineerin
            g Command
            Workforce
            Developmen
            t and
            Training
   331 RECRUITING AND          544,014         524,014         -20,000
        ADVERTISING
           Budget       ..............  ..............         -20,000
            Justificat
            ion Does
            Not Match
            Summary of
            Price and
            Program
            Changes
   333 OFF-DUTY AND            241,170         241,370            +200
        VOLUNTARY
        EDUCATION
           Troops to    ..............  ..............            +200
            Teachers
   411 SECURITY              1,030,355       1,017,631         -12,724
        PROGRAMS
           Classified   ..............  ..............         -12,724
            Adjustment
   423 LOGISTIC                503,876         506,376          +2,500
        SUPPORT
        ACTIVITIES
           New England  ..............  ..............          +2,500
            Defense
            Manufactur
            ing Supply
            Chain
            Initiative
   431 ADMINISTRATION          912,355         902,355         -10,000
           Unjustified  ..............  ..............         -10,000
            Growth for
            Headquarte
            rs
            Accounts
   432 SERVICEWIDE           1,528,371       1,529,371          +1,000
        COMMUNICATIONS
           Biometrics   ..............  ..............          +1,000
            Operations
            Directorat
            e
            Transition
   434 OTHER PERSONNEL         261,829         263,029          +1,200
        SUPPORT
           Wounded      ..............  ..............          +1,200
            Warrior
            Careers
            Demonstrat
            ion
   435 OTHER SERVICE         1,145,902       1,147,102          +1,200
        SUPPORT
           Mobile       ..............  ..............          +1,200
            Aerosol
            Monitoring
            System For
            Department
            of Defense
UNDIST 5% Cost Savings  ..............  ..............          -1,000
        for Investment
        in Energy and
        Utilities
        Projects
        Through the
        American
        Recovery and
        Reinvestment
        Act
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $34,714,396,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  38,134,308,000
Committee recommendation................................  37,959,579,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$37,959,079,000. This is $174,729,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     AIR OPERATIONS
     MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS                             4,429,832       4,429,832  ..............
     FLEET AIR TRAINING                                                 81,345          81,345  ..............
     AVIATION TECHNICAL DATA AND ENGINEERING SERVICES                   38,932          38,932  ..............
     AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY SUPPORT                                 100,485         100,485  ..............
     AIR SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                               355,520         367,520         +12,000
     AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                      1,221,410       1,221,410  ..............
     AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                  27,448          29,448          +2,000

     SHIP OPERATIONS
     MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS                               3,696,913       3,696,913  ..............
     SHIP OPERATIONS SUPPORT AND TRAINING                              728,983         728,983  ..............
     SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                          4,761,670       4,761,670  ..............
     SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                   1,344,844       1,338,844          -6,000

     COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS/SUPPORT
     COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                             615,069         550,069         -65,000
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE                                                 89,340          89,340  ..............
     SPACE SYSTEMS AND SURVEILLANCE                                    177,397         177,397  ..............
     WARFARE TACTICS                                                   416,068         416,068  ..............
     OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY                          316,525         316,525  ..............
     COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES                                           1,083,618         873,317        -210,301
     EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                                             165,985         165,985  ..............
     DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                            2,836           2,836  ..............
     COMBATANT COMMANDERS CORE OPERATIONS                              208,250         208,250  ..............
     COMBATANT COMMANDERS DIRECT MISSION SUPPORT                       274,071         274,071  ..............

     WEAPONS SUPPORT
     CRUISE MISSILE                                                    130,219         130,219  ..............
     FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE                                         1,138,418       1,138,418  ..............
     IN-SERVICE WEAPONS SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                 89,184          89,184  ..............
     WEAPONS MAINTENANCE                                               459,561         459,561  ..............
     OTHER WEAPON SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                      366,751         361,751          -5,000

     BASE SUPPORT
     ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                 820,507       1,031,207        +210,700
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION        1,900,386       1,891,386          -9,000
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                          4,502,857       4,438,357         -64,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 29,544,424      29,409,323        -135,101

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION

     READY RESERVE AND PREPOSITIONING FORCES
     SHIP PREPOSITIONING AND SURGE                                     424,047         424,047  ..............

     ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS
     AIRCRAFT ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS                                  7,593           7,593  ..............
     SHIP ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS                                    177,482         177,482  ..............

     MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS
     EXPEDITIONARY HEALTH SERVICES SYSTEMS                              70,990          70,990  ..............
     INDUSTRIAL READINESS                                                2,707           2,707  ..............
     COAST GUARD SUPPORT                                                23,845          23,845  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                    706,664         706,664  ..............

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     ACCESSION TRAINING
     OFFICER ACQUISITION                                               141,057         141,057  ..............
     RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   10,853          10,853  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                                   143,504         143,504  ..............

     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
     SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                        533,004         530,004          -3,000
     FLIGHT TRAINING                                                 1,538,171       1,538,171  ..............
     PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                162,844         162,844  ..............
     TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  171,153         171,153  ..............

     RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        261,287         261,287  ..............
     OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                  145,560         146,560  ..............
     CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                   109,865         109,865  ..............
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                        50,369          50,369  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                  3,267,667       3,264,667          -3,000

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
     ADMINISTRATION                                                    829,010         829,010  ..............
     EXTERNAL RELATIONS                                                  7,632           7,632  ..............
     CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                        118,838         111,838          -7,000
     MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                        194,775         199,775          +5,000
     OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                           282,580         282,580  ..............
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                        503,067         496,089          -6,978

     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                        230,294         230,294  ..............
     PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND DESIGN                                 259,990         259,990  ..............
     ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT                                868,069         856,069         -12,000
     HULL, MECHANICAL, AND ELECTRICAL SUPPORT                           55,217          55,217  ..............
     COMBAT/WEAPONS SYSTEMS                                             19,053          19,053  ..............
     SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS                               77,702          77,702  ..............

     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     NAVAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE                                       549,484         550,734          +1,250

     SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS
     INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS AND AGENCIES                             5,567           5,567  ..............

     OTHER PROGRAMS
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                    614,275         600,975         -13,300
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  4,615,553       4,582,525         -33,028

     FIVE PERCENT COST SAVINGS FOR INVESTMENT IN ENERGY AND     ..............          -3,600          -3,600
      UTILITIES PROJECTS THROUGH THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND
      REINVESTMENT ACT
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY                   38,134,308      37,959,579        -174,729
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1A4N AIR SYSTEMS             355,520         367,520         +12,000
        SUPPORT
           Data         ..............  ..............         +10,000
            Conversion
            ,
            Integratio
            n and
            Support
            for Naval
            Air
            Systems
            Command
           Technical    ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Documentat
            ion
            Modernizat
            ion to
            SD1000D
  1A6A AIRCRAFT DEPOT           27,448          29,448          +2,000
        OPERATIONS
        SUPPORT
           Air-speed--  ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Fleet
            Readiness
            Center
            (Cherry
            Point)
  1B5B SHIP DEPOT            1,344,844       1,338,844          -6,000
        OPERATIONS
        SUPPORT
           NAVSEA       ..............  ..............          -4,500
            Process
            Requiremen
            ts and
            Improvemen
            t Office
            Budget
            Realignmen
            t and
            Consolidat
            ion
            Justified
            as Program
            Growth
           Aegis BMD    ..............  ..............          -1,500
            Upgrades--
            Navy
            Requested
            Transfer
            to Missile
            Defense
            Agency
  1C1C COMBAT                  615,069         550,069         -65,000
        COMMUNICATIONS
           Overstateme  ..............  ..............         -65,000
            nt of DISA
            Pricing
            Adjustment
  1C6C COMBAT SUPPORT        1,083,618         873,317        -210,301
        FORCES
           Unjustified  ..............  ..............         -20,000
            Growth for
            Naval
            Expedition
            ary Combat
            Command
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............        -192,801
            Title IX:
            Naval
            Expedition
            ary Combat
            Command
            Increases
           Hemostatic   ..............  ..............          +2,500
            Combat
            Gauze/
            Combat
            Gauze
            Trauma
            Pad
  1D7D OTHER WEAPON            366,751         361,751          -5,000
        SYSTEMS
        SUPPORT
           Civilian     ..............  ..............          -5,000
            Personnel
            Over-
            Pricing
  BSIT ENTERPRISE              820,507       1,031,207        +210,700
        INFORMATION
           Overstateme  ..............  ..............          -7,000
            nt of DISA
            Pricing
            Adjustment
           NGEN Seat    ..............  ..............        +217,700
            Services--
            Navy
            Requested
            Transfer
            from OPN
  BSM1 SUSTAINMENT,          1,900,386       1,891,386          -9,000
        RESTORATION
        AND
        MODERNIZATION
           Increases    ..............  ..............          -9,000
            for Region
            Marianas
            Navy Not
            Properly
            Accounted
            For In
            Budget
            Documentat
            ion
  BSS1 BASE OPERATING        4,502,857       4,438,357         -64,500
        SUPPORT
           Increases    ..............  ..............         -14,500
            for Region
            Marianas
            Navy Not
            Properly
            Accounted
            For In
            Budget
            Documentat
            ion
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............         -50,000
            Title IX:
            Regional/
            Emergency
            Operations
            Center
  3B1K SPECIALIZED             533,004         530,004          -3,000
        SKILL TRAINING
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............          -3,000
            Title IX:
            NAVSEA
            VSSS/EOD
            Training
  4A3M CIVILIAN                118,838         111,838          -7,000
        MANPOWER AND
        PERSONNEL
        MANAGEMENT
           Overstated   ..............  ..............          -7,000
            Requiremen
            t for
            Other
            Intragover
            nmental
            Purchases
  4A4M MILITARY                194,775         199,775          +5,000
        MANPOWER AND
        PERSONNEL
        MANAGEMENT
           Independent  ..............  ..............          +5,000
            Verificati
            on and
            Validation
            of Navy
            Future Pay
            and
            Personnel
            System
            [FPPS]
  4A6M SERVICEWIDE             503,067         496,089          -6,978
        COMMUNICATIONS
           Nuclear      ..............  ..............          -6,978
            Command,
            Control
            and
            Communicat
            ions
            Systems
            Budget
            Realignmen
            t and
            Consolidat
            ion
            Justified
            as Program
            Growth
  4B3N ACQUISITION AND         868,069         856,069         -12,000
        PROGRAM
        MANAGEMENT
           Civilian     ..............  ..............         -12,000
            Personnel
            Over-
            pricing
  4C1P NAVAL                   549,484         550,734          +1,250
        INVESTIGATIVE
        SERVICE
           Civilian     ..............  ..............          -3,000
            Personnel
            Over-
            pricing
           Digitizatio  ..............  ..............          +4,250
            n,
            Integratio
            n, and
            Analyst
            Access of
            Investigat
            ive Files,
            Naval
            Criminal
            Investigat
            ive
            Service
       OTHER PROGRAMS          614,275         600,975         -13,300
           Classified   ..............  ..............         -13,300
            Adjustment
UNDIST 5% Cost Savings  ..............  ..............          -3,600
        for Investment
        in Energy and
        Utilities
        Projects
        Through the
        American
        Recovery and
        Reinvestment
        Act
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Naval Shipyard Apprentice Program.--The Committee directs 
that during fiscal year 2011 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 2012 class of apprentices 
in its budget request.
    U.S. Coast Guard.--The Committee is aware that Department 
of Defense [DOD] regulations currently restrict DOD mission 
appropriated funded activities from offering reimbursable rates 
to non-DOD agencies. This restriction forces the Navy to charge 
the U.S. Coast Guard fully burdened rates for drydocking 
services at Navy shipyards rather than reimbursable rates. 
Therefore, the Committee directs that funds appropriated under 
Operation and Maintenance, Navy may be used to pay overhead 
costs incurred by a Naval Shipyard when drydocking U.S. Coast 
Guard ships.

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $5,539,117,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   5,590,340,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,579,540,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,579,540,000. This is $10,800,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
     OPERATIONAL FORCES                                                745,678         752,078          +6,400
     FIELD LOGISTICS                                                   658,616         658,616  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                  78,891          78,891  ..............

     USMC PREPOSITIONING
     MARITIME PREPOSITIONING                                            72,344          72,344  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION          594,904         594,904  ..............
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                          2,206,137       2,198,437          -7,700
     NET ZERO TECHNICAL ADJUSTMENT TO BUDGET ACTIVITY 1         ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  4,356,570       4,355,270          -1,300

             BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     ACCESSION TRAINING
     RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   16,096          16,096  ..............
     OFFICER ACQUISITION                                                   420             420  ..............

     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
     SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING                                        91,197          91,197  ..............
     PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                 32,379          32,379  ..............
     TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  319,742         319,742  ..............

     RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING EDUCATION
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        233,663         233,663  ..............
     OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                   61,980          61,980  ..............
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                        19,497          19,497  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                    774,974         774,974  ..............

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                         29,569          29,569  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION                                                    341,657         334,657          -7,000
     ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT                                 87,570          87,570  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    458,796         451,796          -7,000

     FIVE PERCENT COST SAVINGS FOR INVESTMENT IN ENERGY AND     ..............          -2,500          -2,500
      UTILITIES PROJECTS THROUGH THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND
      REINVESTMENT ACT
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE  CORPS           5,590,340       5,579,540         -10,800
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1A1A OPERATIONAL             745,678         752,078          +6,400
        FORCES
           Rapid Data   ..............  ..............          +4,500
            Management
            System
            [RDMS]
           Spray        ..............  ..............          +1,900
            Technique
            Analysis
            and
            Research
            for
            Defense
  BSS1 BASE OPERATING        2,206,137       2,198,437          -7,700
        SUPPORT
           Collateral   ..............  ..............          -7,700
            Equipment
            Decrease
            in Fiscal
            Year 2011
            Not
            Properly
            Accounted
            for in
            Budget
            Documentat
            ion
  4A4G ADMINISTRATION          341,657         334,657          -7,000
           Transfer     ..............  ..............          -7,000
            from 4A2G
            Does Not
            Match for
            Pentagon
            Reservatio
            n
            Maintenanc
            e Fund
UNDIST 5% Cost Savings  ..............  ..............          -2,500
        for Investment
        in Energy and
        Utilities
        Projects
        Through the
        American
        Recovery and
        Reinvestment
        Act
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $33,477,116,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  36,844,512,000
Committee recommendation................................  36,517,070,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$36,517,070,000. This is $327,442,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     AIR OPERATIONS
     PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES                                           4,261,115       4,226,707         -34,408
     COMBAT ENHANCEMENT FORCES                                       2,995,278       2,933,353         -61,925
     AIR OPERATIONS TRAINING                                         1,573,602       1,544,004         -29,598
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                               2,189,481       2,182,793          -6,688
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION        1,556,234       1,667,934        +111,700
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                          3,088,003       3,004,828         -83,175

     COMBAT-RELATED OPERATIONS
     GLOBAL C3I AND EARLY WARNING                                    1,511,243       1,466,940         -44,303
     OTHER COMBAT OPERATIONS SUPPORT PROGRAMS                        1,035,291       1,024,523         -10,768
     TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES                      595,028         595,028  ..............

     SPACE OPERATIONS
     LAUNCH FACILITIES                                                 342,355         342,355  ..............
     SPACE CONTROL SYSTEMS                                             811,022         811,022  ..............
     COMBATANT COMMANDERS DIRECT MISSION SUPPORT                       797,754         797,754  ..............
     COMBATANT COMMANDERS CORE OPERATIONS                              233,021         233,021  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 20,989,427      20,830,262        -159,165

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION

     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
     AIRLIFT OPERATIONS                                              2,975,663       2,975,663  ..............
     MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS                                         158,647         158,647  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                 140,286         140,286  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION          348,231         348,231  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                      683,286         680,808          -2,478
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                  4,306,113       4,303,635          -2,478

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     ACCESSION TRAINING
     OFFICER ACQUISITION                                               114,403         114,603            +200
     RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   28,195          28,195  ..............
     RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS [ROTC]                              90,453          90,453  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION          411,570         411,570  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT (ACADEMIES ONLY)                                     902,323         886,107         -16,216

     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
     SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                        510,065         485,065         -25,000
     FLIGHT TRAINING                                                 1,012,816       1,012,816  ..............
     PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                221,553         224,553          +3,000
     TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  126,784         126,784  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                     619             619  ..............

     RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        150,222         134,122         -16,100
     EXAMINING                                                             409             409  ..............
     OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                  172,643         172,643  ..............
     CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                   208,872         208,872  ..............
     JUNIOR ROTC                                                        77,692          77,692  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                  4,028,619       3,974,503         -54,116

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS                                            1,110,471       1,117,471          +7,000
     TECHNICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                      949,018         943,152          -5,866
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                   7,365           7,365  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION          368,349         368,349  ..............
     BASE SUPPORT                                                    1,363,230       1,323,230         -40,000

     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     ADMINISTRATION                                                    657,268         657,268  ..............
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                        693,379         672,562         -20,817
     OTHER SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES                                    1,152,877       1,152,877  ..............
     CIVIL AIR PATROL CORPORATION                                       22,848          27,348          +4,500

     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     SECURITY PROGRAMS                                               1,159,342       1,159,342  ..............

     SUPPORT TO OTHER NATIONS
     INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                                              36,206          36,206  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  7,520,353       7,465,170         -55,183

     OVERSTATEMENT OF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL PRICING                ..............         -43,000         -43,000
     FIVE PERCENT COST SAVINGS FOR INVESTMENT IN ENERGY AND     ..............         -13,500         -13,500
      UTILITIES PROJECTS THROUGH THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND
      REINVESTMENT ACT
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE              36,844,512      36,517,070        -327,442
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  011A PRIMARY COMBAT        4,261,115       4,226,707         -34,408
        FORCES
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............         -34,408
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
  011C COMBAT                2,995,278       2,933,353         -61,925
        ENHANCEMENT
        FORCES
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............         -61,925
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
  011D AIR OPERATIONS        1,573,602       1,544,004         -29,598
        TRAINING (OJT,
        MAINTAIN
        SKILLS)
           Removal of   ..............  ..............         -18,000
            One-Time
            Fiscal
            Year 2010
            Cost for F-
            35A
            Beddown
            Costs
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............         -13,598
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
           Unmanned     ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Aircraft
            System
            Maintenanc
            e Training
            Program
  011M DEPOT                 2,189,481       2,182,793          -6,688
        MAINTENANCE
           Air Force    ..............  ..............         -10,879
            Requested
            Transfer
            to O&M; Air
            National
            Guard for
            C-130s
           Air Force    ..............  ..............          -5,809
            Requested
            Transfer
            to O&M; Air
            Force
            Reserve
            for C-130s
           B-1 High     ..............  ..............         +10,000
            Velocity
            Maintenanc
            e
            Initiative
  011R FACILITIES            1,556,234       1,667,934        +111,700
        SUSTAINMENT,
        RESTORATION,
        AND
        MODERNIZATION
           Adjustments  ..............  ..............        +100,000
            to Meet
            Life,
            Health,
            Safety,
            and ADA
            Compliance
            Standards
           Repair       ..............  ..............          +1,500
            Arctic
            Utilities
            and
            Infrastruc
            ture--Phas
            e 1
           Upgrade      ..............  ..............          +1,700
            Readiness
            Training
            Center
            Main Area
           Electrical   ..............  ..............          +8,500
            Distributi
            on Upgrade
            at Hickam
            AFB
  011Z BASE SUPPORT          3,088,003       3,004,828         -83,175
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............         -91,675
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
           Alaska Land  ..............  ..............          +1,000
            Mobile
            Radio
            System
           Alaska       ..............  ..............            +500
            NORAD
            Region
            Communicat
            ion
            Upgrades
            and
            Repairs
           Joint        ..............  ..............          +7,000
            Pacific
            Alaska
            Range
            Complex
            Sustainmen
            t/
            Enhancemen
            ts
  012A GLOBAL C3I AND        1,511,243       1,466,940         -44,303
        EARLY WARNING
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............         -44,303
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
  012C OTHER COMBAT          1,035,291       1,024,523         -10,768
        OPS SPT
        PROGRAMS
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............         -12,268
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
           Battlefield  ..............  ..............          +1,500
            and
            Airspace
            Network
            Integratio
            n
  021Z BASE SUPPORT            683,286         680,808          -2,478
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............          -2,478
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
  031A OFFICER                 114,403         114,603            +200
        ACQUISITION
           Air Force    ..............  ..............            +200
            Academy
            Space and
            Defense
            Studies
            Research
            and
            Curriculum
            Developmen
            t
  031Z BASE SUPPORT            902,323         886,107         -16,216
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............         -16,216
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
  032A SPECIALIZED             510,065         485,065         -25,000
        SKILL TRAINING
           Growth in    ..............  ..............         -28,000
            Overhead
            Expenses
            Not
            Justified
            by
            Increases
            to
            Training
            Metrics
           Improved     ..............  ..............          +3,000
            Pararescue
            Upgrade
            Training
  032C PROFESSIONAL            221,553         224,553          +3,000
        DEVELOPMENT
        EDUCATION
           Defense      ..............  ..............          +3,000
            Critical
            Languages
            and
            Cultures
            Initiative
  033A RECRUITING AND          150,222         134,122         -16,100
        ADVERTISING
           Advertising  ..............  ..............         -11,000
            and Media
            Marketing
           Air Force    ..............  ..............          -5,100
            Recruiting
            Informatio
            n Support
            System--Ai
            r Force
            Requested
            Transfer
            to RDTE,
            AF
  041A LOGISTICS             1,110,471       1,117,471          +7,000
        OPERATIONS
           Global       ..............  ..............          +4,000
            Logistics
            Support
            Center
            Materiel
            Informatio
            n
            Management
            Environmen
            t
           Native       ..............  ..............          +3,000
            American
            Document
            Conversion
            Program
  041B TECHNICAL               949,018         943,152          -5,866
        SUPPORT
        ACTIVITIES
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............          -5,866
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
  041Z BASE SUPPORT          1,363,230       1,323,230         -40,000
           Pentagon     ..............  ..............         -40,000
            Reservatio
            n
            Maintenanc
            e Fund
            Pricing
  042B SERVICEWIDE             693,379         672,562         -20,817
        COMMUNICATIONS
           Deny Air     ..............  ..............         -20,817
            Force
            Request
            for
            Adjustment
            s for
            Programmin
            g/
            Execution
  042I CIVIL AIR                22,848          27,348          +4,500
        PATROL
           Civil Air    ..............  ..............          +4,500
            Patrol
            Program
            Increase
UNDIST Overstatement    ..............  ..............         -43,000
        of Civilian
        Personnel
        Pricing
UNDIST 5% Cost Savings  ..............  ..............         -13,500
        for Investment
        in Energy and
        Utilities
        Projects
        Through the
        American
        Recovery and
        Reinvestment
        Act
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $28,115,793,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  30,583,896,000
Committee recommendation................................  30,257,819,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$30,257,819,000. This is $326,077,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF                                             420,940         420,940  ..............
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                                      3,944,330       3,937,330          -7,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  4,365,270       4,358,270          -7,000

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING

     DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY                                    145,896         145,896  ..............
     NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY                                        97,633          97,633  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                    243,529         243,529  ..............

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     CIVIL MILITARY PROGRAMS                                           156,043         167,543         +11,500
     DEFENSE BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION AGENCY                            143,441         143,441  ..............
     DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY                                     486,143         482,643          -3,500
     DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE                              1,593           1,593  ..............
     DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY                              1,384,450       1,384,450  ..............
     DEFENSE LEGAL SERVICES AGENCY                                      42,404          42,404  ..............
     DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY                                          448,043         457,043          +9,000
     DEFENSE MEDIA ACTIVITY                                            255,878         255,878  ..............
     DEFENSE POW/MISSING PERSONS OFFICE                                 24,155          24,155  ..............
     DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY SECURITY AGENCY                                 37,624          37,624  ..............
     DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY                                   463,522         463,522  ..............
     DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE EDUCATION ACTIVITY                        2,514,537       2,684,537        +170,000
     DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY                                  824,153         820,653          -3,500
     DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY                              1,112,849       1,107,849          -5,000
     DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY                               683,853         528,876        -154,977
     DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE                                          518,743         518,743  ..............
     OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT                                      50,811          50,811  ..............
     OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE                              2,245,300       2,237,300          -8,000
     WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICES                                  604,130         594,330          -9,800
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                 11,997,672      12,003,395          +5,723

     IMPACT AID                                                 ..............          30,000         +30,000
     IMPACT AID FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES                  ..............           5,000          +5,000
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                 13,977,425      13,617,625        -359,800
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-  WIDE         30,583,896      30,257,819        -326,077
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       SPECIAL               3,944,330       3,937,330          -7,000
        OPERATIONS
        COMMAND
           Removal of   ..............  ..............          -9,000
            One-Time
            Fiscal
            Year 2010
            Congressio
            nal
            Increases
           Special      ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Operation
            Forces--Mo
            dular
            Glove
            System
       CIVIL MILITARY          156,043         167,543         +11,500
        PROGRAMS
           STARBASE     ..............  ..............         +10,000
           Alaska       ..............  ..............          +1,500
            National
            Guard
            Youth
            ChalleNGe
            Facilities
       DEFENSE                 486,143         482,643          -3,500
        CONTRACT AUDIT
        AGENCY
           Removal of   ..............  ..............          -3,500
            One-Time
            Fiscal
            Year 2010
            Cost for
            Renewing
            Three-Year
            License
            for
            Software
       DEFENSE                 448,043         457,043          +9,000
        LOGISTICS
        AGENCY
           Procurement  ..............  ..............          +9,000
            Technical
            Assistance
            Program
       DEPARTMENT OF         2,514,537       2,684,537        +170,000
        DEFENSE
        EDUCATION
        AGENCY
           Military     ..............  ..............        +162,000
            Spouse
            Tuition
            Assistance
           SOAR         ..............  ..............          +8,000
            (Student
            Online
            Achievemen
            t
            Resources)
       DEFENSE HUMAN           824,153         820,653          -3,500
        RESOURCES
        ACTIVITY
           Joint        ..............  ..............          -6,000
            Advertisin
            g, Market
            Research,
            and
            Studies
            Program
            Growth
           Defense-     ..............  ..............          +2,500
            Critical
            Languages
            and
            Cultures
            Program
       DEFENSE               1,112,849       1,107,849          -5,000
        CONTRACT
        MANAGEMENT
        AGENCY
           Overstateme  ..............  ..............          -5,000
            nt of NSPS
            to GS
            Conversion
       DEFENSE                 683,853         528,876        -154,977
        SECURITY
        COOPERATION
        AGENCY
           Global       ..............  ..............        -150,000
            Train and
            Equip
            Program
            Adjustment
           Stability    ..............  ..............          -4,977
            Operations
            Fellowship
            Program
       OFFICE OF THE         2,245,300       2,237,300          -8,000
        SECRETARY OF
        DEFENSE
           Readiness    ..............  ..............         +25,000
            and
            Environmen
            tal
            Protection
            Initiative
            [REPI]
           Overstateme  ..............  ..............         -24,500
            nt of
            Civilian
            Personnel
            Pay
            Require-
            ments
           Overstateme  ..............  ..............         -20,000
            nt of
            Combatant
            Commander'
            s Exercise
            Engagement
            and
            Training
            Transforma
            tion
            [CE2T2]
            Price
            Growth
           AT&L--Integ;  ..............  ..............          -6,500
            rated
            Acquisitio
            n
            Environmen
            t Internal
            Realignmen
            t Not
            Properly
            Accounted
            For In
            Budget
            Documentat
            ion
           IASTAR       ..............  ..............          +3,000
            Federal
            Informatio
            n Security
            Management
            Act
            Compliance
           Joint        ..............  ..............          +9,500
            Operationa
            l Contract
            Support
            Program
            Management
           Joint        ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Safety
            Climate
            System
           Rule of Law  ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Smart        ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Electrochl
            orinator
            Scale-Up
            Project
       WASHINGTON              604,130         594,330          -9,800
        HEADQUARTERS
        SERVICE
           Overstateme  ..............  ..............          -9,800
            nt of
            Civilian
            Personnel
            Pay
            Require-
            ments
       OTHER PROGRAMS       13,977,425      13,617,625        -359,800
           Classified   ..............  ..............        -367,300
            Adjustment
           Armed        ..............  ..............          +4,000
            Forces
            Health and
            Food
            Supply
            Research
           Counter-     ..............  ..............          +1,500
            Threat
            Finance--G
            lobal
           DaVinci      ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Program
            for
            Counter
            Threat
            Finance
            Intelligen
            ce
       Impact Aid       ..............  ..............         +30,000
       Impact Aid for   ..............  ..............          +5,000
        Children with
        Severe
        Disabilities
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Oil Refineries.--When making public contract announcements 
regarding the refining of fuel by U.S. companies, the U.S. 
Department of Defense should not provide the name of the 
country for which the fuel is being refined or the location of 
the facility that will refine the fuel.
    STARBASE.--The Committee recognizes the success of the 
Department of Defense STARBASE Program as an effective outreach 
initiative that has reached more than 545,000 youths at 60 
locations in 34 States operated by either active, Guard, or 
Reserve commands. The Committee believes that the STARBASE 
Program has been a productive investment in the future of our 
youth and will help build and enlarge the talent pool of 
potential workers needed to support the Department of Defense 
workforce. Therefore, the Committee recommends $10,000,000 
above the budget request for the STARBASE Program. The 
Committee also encourages the Secretary of Defense to continue 
increasing funding for this program in future budget requests 
and to design an evaluation that would increase the level of 
rigor currently used in assessing the program and reported to 
Congress in its annual report.
    Authority To Support Building the Capacity of the Yemen 
Ministry of Interior Counterterrorism Forces.--The Committee is 
aware that S. 3454, the National Defense Authorization Act for 
Fiscal Year 2011, as reported provides the Department of 
Defense with the authority to use up to $75,000,000 from funds 
available for operation and maintenance to enhance the ability 
of the Yemen Ministry of Interior Counterterrorism forces to 
conduct counterterrorism operations against al Qaeda in the 
Arabian Peninsula and its affiliates. If this or similar 
authority is enacted, the Committee directs the Department of 
Defense to notify the congressional defense committees on the 
plan for executing such a program, the type of assistance to be 
provided, the execution schedule for such assistance, and the 
source of funds used to resource this assistance.

                Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $2,617,496,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   2,879,077,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,869,077,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,869,077,000. This is $10,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     LAND FORCES
     MANEUVER UNITS                                                      1,282           1,282  ..............
     MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES                                           12,413          12,413  ..............
     ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADES                                           460,814         460,814  ..............
     THEATER LEVEL ASSETS                                              168,020         168,020  ..............
     LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                    555,944         555,944  ..............
     AVIATION ASSETS                                                    70,378          70,378  ..............

     LAND FORCES READINESS
     FORCES READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                               391,326         381,326         -10,000
     LAND FORCES SYSTEM READINESS                                      108,093         108,093  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                 136,854         136,854  ..............

     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
     BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                           577,146         577,146  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION          234,486         234,486  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  2,716,756       2,706,756         -10,000

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                         12,717          12,717  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION                                                     74,685          74,685  ..............
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                          3,797           3,797  ..............
     PERSONNEL/FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION                                  9,245           9,245  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         61,877          61,877  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    162,321         162,321  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RE-  SERVE         2,879,077       2,869,077         -10,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  121 FORCE READINESS          391,326         381,326         -10,000
       OPERATIONS
       SUPPORT
          Decrease      ..............  ..............         -10,000
           Requested
           Growth for
           Travel
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,273,701,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,367,764,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,367,764,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,367,764,000. This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     RESERVE AIR OPERATIONS
     MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS                               599,649         599,649  ..............
     INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE                                           13,209          13,209  ..............
     AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY SUPPORT                                   2,668           2,668  ..............
     AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                        140,377         140,377  ..............
     AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                     309             309  ..............

     RESERVE SHIP OPERATIONS
     MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS                                  65,757          65,757  ..............
     SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING                                 587             587  ..............
     SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                             91,054          91,054  ..............

     RESERVE COMBAT OPERATIONS SUPPORT
     COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                              15,882          15,882  ..............
     COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES                                             140,186         140,186  ..............

     RESERVE WEAPONS SUPPORT
     WEAPONS MAINTENANCE                                                 5,492           5,492  ..............
     ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                  56,046          56,046  ..............

     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION           81,407          81,407  ..............
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                            131,988         131,988  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  1,344,611       1,344,611  ..............

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     ADMINISTRATION                                                      3,276           3,276  ..............
     MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL                                    13,698          13,698  ..............
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                          2,628           2,628  ..............
     ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT                                  3,551           3,551  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     23,153          23,153  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RE-  SERVE         1,367,764       1,367,764  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $223,175,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     285,234,000
Committee recommendation................................     285,234,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $285,234,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

          OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS RESERVE

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
     OPERATING FORCES                                                  104,566         104,566  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                  16,392          16,392  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION           38,762          38,762  ..............
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                             99,924          99,924  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                    259,644         259,644  ..............

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                            835             835  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION                                                     15,871          15,871  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                          8,884           8,884  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     25,590          25,590  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS              285,234         285,234  ..............
            RESERVE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $3,131,200,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   3,301,035,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,299,827,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,299,827,000. This is $1,208,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     AIR OPERATIONS
     PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES                                           2,275,407       2,276,450          +1,043
     MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                                        111,742         111,742  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                 415,687         418,436          +2,749
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION           88,822          88,822  ..............
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                            277,985         277,985  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  3,169,643       3,173,435          +3,792

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     ADMINISTRATION                                                     80,526          80,526  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         24,353          24,353  ..............
     MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                         19,716          19,716  ..............
     OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                             6,071           6,071  ..............
     AUDIOVISUAL                                                           726             726  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    131,392         131,392  ..............

     OVERSTATEMENT OF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL PRICING                ..............          -5,000          -5,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE       3,301,035       3,299,827          -1,208
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 011A PRIMARY COMBAT         2,275,407       2,276,450          +1,043
       FORCES
          Air Force     ..............  ..............          -2,017
           Requested
           Transfer to
           O&M; Air
           National
           Guard for C-
           130s
          Air Force     ..............  ..............          +3,060
           Requested
           Transfer
           from O&M;
           Air Force
           for  C-130s
 011M DEPOT                    415,687         418,436          +2,749
       MAINTENANCE
          Air Force     ..............  ..............          +2,749
           Requested
           Transfer
           from O&M;
           Air Force
           for  C-130s
      Overstatement of  ..............  ..............          -5,000
       Civilian
       Personnel
       Pricing
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $6,189,713,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   6,572,704,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,532,642,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$6,532,642,000. This is $40,062,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

           OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     LAND FORCES
     MANEUVER UNITS                                                    807,193         807,193  ..............
     MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES                                          166,474         166,474  ..............
     ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADE                                            607,567         607,567  ..............
     THEATER LEVEL ASSETS                                              249,930         249,930  ..............
     LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                     35,657          37,157          +1,500
     AVIATION ASSETS                                                   838,895         840,895          +2,000

     LAND FORCES READINESS
     FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                570,119         549,869         -20,250
     LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS                                     121,980         126,480          +4,500
     LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                     380,789         380,789  ..............

     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
     BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                           933,514         922,814         -10,700
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION          621,843         627,843          +6,000
     MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                           540,738         549,626          +8,888
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  5,874,699       5,866,637          -8,062

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         17,771          17,771  ..............
     ADMINISTRATION                                                    183,781         187,781          +4,000
     SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                         48,188          48,188  ..............
     MANPOWER MANAGEMENT                                                 8,020           8,020  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        440,245         440,245  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    698,005         702,005          +4,000

     IN-SOURCING ADJUSTMENTS NOT PROPERLY ACCOUNTED FOR IN      ..............         -28,000         -28,000
      BUDGET DOCUMENTATION
     FIVE PERCENT COST SAVINGS FOR INVESTMENT IN ENERGY AND     ..............          -8,000          -8,000
      UTILITIES PROJECTS THROUGH THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND
      REINVESTMENT ACT
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL           6,572,704       6,532,642         -40,062
            GUARD
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   115 LAND FORCES              35,657          37,157          +1,500
        OPERATIONS
        SUPPORT
           National     ..............  ..............          +1,500
            Guard CST/
            CERFP
            Sustainmen
            t Training
            and
            Evaluation
            Program
   116 AVIATION ASSETS         838,895         840,895          +2,000
           Controlled   ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Humidity
            Protection
            for South
            Carolina
            Army
            National
            Guard
            Aviation
            Support
            Facilities
   121 FORCE READINESS         570,119         549,869         -20,250
        OPERATIONS
        SUPPORT
           Realignment  ..............  ..............         -35,000
            of Funding
            for the
            Organizati
            onal
            Clothing
            and
            Equipment
            Enterprise
            Environmen
            t Not
            Properly
            Accounted
            For In
            Budget
            Documentat
            ion
           Colorado     ..............  ..............          +1,000
            National
            Guard
            Reintegrat
            ion
            Program
           Full Cycle   ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Deployment
            Support
            Program
           Joint        ..............  ..............          +4,500
            Interagenc
            y Training
            and
            Education
            Center
           National     ..............  ..............          +1,500
            Guard and
            First
            Responder
            Resiliency
            Train-
            ing
           Oregon       ..............  ..............          +2,000
            National
            Guard
            Yellow
            Ribbon
            Reintegrat
            ion
            Program
            [YRRP]
           Rapid Data   ..............  ..............            +750
            Management
            System
            [RDMS]
           Vermont      ..............  ..............          +3,000
            Service
            Member,
            Veteran,
            Family
            Outreach,
            Readiness,
            and
            Reintegrat
            ion
            Program
   122 LAND FORCES             121,980         126,480          +4,500
        SYSTEMS
        READINESS
           Advanced     ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Law
            Enforcemen
            t Rapid
            Response
            Training
            Program
           Oregon       ..............  ..............            +500
            National
            Guard PT-1
            SC
            Ballistic
            Eyewear &
            CAG-1
            Combat
            Glove Kit
           Regional     ..............  ..............          +2,000
            Geospatial
            Service
            Centers
   131 BASE OPERATIONS         933,514         922,814         -10,700
        SUPPORT
           Unjustified  ..............  ..............         -20,000
            Growth for
            Installati
            on
            Services
           Beyond       ..............  ..............          +1,500
            Yellow
            Ribbon--Na
            tional
            Guard
            Employment
            Enhancemen
            t Project
           Continuity   ..............  ..............            +800
            of
            Operations
            Planning
            Site,
            Phase 1
           Ethan Allen  ..............  ..............          +1,500
            Firing
            Range
            Upgrades
           Joint        ..............  ..............          +3,500
            Operations
            Center
            [JOC]
            modernizat
            ion
           Minnesota    ..............  ..............          +2,000
            National
            Guard
            Beyond the
            Yellow
            Ribbon
            Reintegrat
            ion
            Program
   132 FACILITIES              621,843         627,843          +6,000
        SUSTAINMENT,
        RESTORATION,
        AND
        MODERNIZATION
           Vermont      ..............  ..............          +6,000
            National
            Guard
            Sustainabl
            e Energy
            Project
   133 MANAGEMENT AND          540,738         549,626          +8,888
        OPERATIONAL HQ
           State        ..............  ..............          +8,888
            Directors
            of
            Psychologi
            cal
            Health--Ar
            my
            National
            Guard
            Requested
            Transfer
            from the
            Defense
            Health
            Program
   431 ADMINISTRATION          183,781         187,781          +4,000
           Army         ..............  ..............          +4,000
            National
            Guard Unit
            History
            Records
UNDIST In-Sourcing      ..............  ..............         -28,000
        Adjustments
        Not Properly
        Accounted For
        In Budget
        Documentation
UNDIST 5% Cost Savings  ..............  ..............          -8,000
        for Investment
        in Energy and
        Utilities
        Projects
        Through the
        American
        Recovery and
        Reinvestment
        Act
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $5,882,251,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   5,941,143,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,947,124,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,947,124,000. This is $5,981,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

           OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES

     AIR OPERATIONS
     AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS                                             3,519,452       3,525,525          +6,073
     MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                                        762,937         763,022             +85
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                 598,779         605,602          +6,823
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND MOBILIZA-  TION          315,210         315,210  ..............
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                            668,176         668,176  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  5,864,554       5,877,535         +12,981

     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES

     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
     ADMINISTRATION                                                     41,930          41,930  ..............
     RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         34,659          34,659  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     76,589          76,589  ..............

     OVERSTATEMENT OF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL PRICING                ..............          -7,000          -7,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL            5,941,143       5,947,124          +5,981
            GUARD
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  011F AIRCRAFT              3,519,452       3,525,525          +6,073
        OPERATIONS
           Air Force    ..............  ..............          +2,017
            Requested
            Transfer
            from O&M;
            Air Force
            Reserve
            for C-130s
           Air Force    ..............  ..............          +4,056
            Requested
            Transfer
            from O&M;
            Air Force
            for  C-
            130s
  011G MISSION SUPPORT         762,937         763,022             +85
        OPERATIONS
           Joint        ..............  ..............             +85
            Interagenc
            y Training
            and
            Education
            Center
  011M DEPOT                   598,779         605,602          +6,823
        MAINTENANCE
           Air Force    ..............  ..............          +6,823
            Requested
            Transfer
            from O&M;
            Air Force
            for  C-
            130s
       Overstatement    ..............  ..............          -7,000
        of Civilian
        Personnel
        Pricing
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    167th Airlift Wing.--The Committee is aware that 
approximately $280,000,000 in Federal funds has recently been 
invested in new runways and hangars for the 167th Airlift Wing 
to support C-5A aircraft which are scheduled for eventual 
retirement. The Committee urges the Secretary of the Air Force 
to develop an aircraft stationing plan to ensure the continued 
long-term sustainability of the 167th Airlift Wing to maximize 
the return on Federal investment.
    932nd Airlift Wing.--The 932nd Airlift Wing, collocated 
with U.S. Transportation Command at Scott Air Force Base, 
Illinois, is strategically positioned in the center of the 
Continental United States. It provides worldwide, safe, and 
reliable airlift and maintains aircraft for special assignment 
missions, including worldwide medical services for the 
warfighter. The Committee urges the Secretary of the Air Force 
to work with the Committee to maintain the full capabilities of 
the aircraft currently allocated to the 932nd Airlift Wing 
during the conversion to new aircraft, while working to ensure 
the unit's long-term stability.

            Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account

Appropriations, 2010....................................................
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      $5,000,000
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, 2010....................................     $13,932,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      14,068,000
Committee recommendation................................      14,068,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $14,068,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $423,364,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     444,581,000
Committee recommendation................................     469,581,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $469,581,000. 
This is $25,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Navy

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $285,869,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     304,867,000
Committee recommendation................................     304,867,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $304,867,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Environmental Restoration, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $494,276,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     502,653,000
Committee recommendation................................     502,653,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $502,653,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $11,100,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      10,744,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,744,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,744,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

         Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $292,700,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     276,546,000
Committee recommendation................................     326,546,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $326,546,000. 
This is $50,000,000 above the budget estimate to help address 
unfunded needs.

             Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $109,869,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     108,032,000
Committee recommendation................................     108,032,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $108,032,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Cooperative Threat Reduction Account

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $424,093,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     522,512,000
Committee recommendation................................     522,512,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $522,512,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

      Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $100,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     217,561,000
Committee recommendation................................     217,561,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $217,561,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                               TITLE III

                              PROCUREMENT

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to purchase military equipment and hardware, including 
aircraft, ships, missiles, combat vehicles, ammunition, 
weapons, electronic sensors and communications equipment, and 
other procurement items.
    The President's fiscal year 2011 budget requests a total of 
$111,189,951,000 for procurement appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends procurement appropriations 
totaling $104,765,490,000 for fiscal year 2011. This is 
$6,424,461,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended procurement appropriations for fiscal 
year 2011 are summarized below:

                                      SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Procurement:
    Aircraft Procurement, Army..................................       5,976,867       5,604,529        -372,338
    Missile Procurement, Army...................................       1,887,437       1,615,108        -272,329
    Procurement of WTCV, Army...................................       1,723,561       1,471,120        -252,441
    Procurement of Ammunition, Army.............................       1,979,414       1,860,395        -119,019
    Other Procurement, Army.....................................       9,765,808       8,150,227      -1,615,581
    Aircraft Procurement, Navy..................................      18,508,613      17,614,249        -894,364
    Weapons Procurement, Navy...................................       3,359,794       3,269,051         -90,743
    Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps............         817,991         795,114         -22,877
    Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy...........................      15,724,520      15,109,028        -615,492
    Other Procurement, Navy.....................................       6,450,208       5,986,185        -464,023
    Procurement, Marine Corps...................................       1,344,044       1,293,956         -50,088
    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.............................      15,366,508      13,495,310      -1,871,198
    Missile Procurement, Air Force..............................       5,463,272       5,454,264          -9,008
    Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force........................         667,420         750,167         +82,747
    Other Procurement, Air Force................................      17,845,380      17,721,506        -123,874
    Procurement, Defense-Wide...................................       4,280,368       3,995,835        -284,533
    National Guard and Reserve Equipment........................  ..............         500,000        +500,000
    Defense Production Act Purchases............................          28,746          79,446         +50,700
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     111,189,951     104,765,490      -6,424,461
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    Based on a thorough review of the Department's budget 
request, the Committee has recommended funding adjustments, 
displayed in tables for each appropriation account.
    The Committee recognizes the critical importance of 
equipment modernization and supports the Department's 
initiatives to reset equipment returning from theater and 
procure new items providing improved performance and 
survivability. These are key investments necessary to maintain 
overall force readiness. The recommended procurement funding 
provides sufficient resources to meet these critical tasks. As 
in previous years, the Committee provides funding increases to 
support the continued upgrade of National Guard and Reserve 
equipment, congressional priorities, and correct shortfalls in 
the budget estimate.
    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in these tables shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the table.
    F-35 Joint Strike Fighter [JSF].--The Committee supports 
the F-35 aircraft program and believes that it is an important 
capability for the Department of Defense and many partner 
nations. The fiscal year 2011 budget requests $7,686,100,000 
for 42 low-rate initial production aircraft. The 42 aircraft in 
Lot 5 are: 22 Conventional Take Off and Landing [CTOL] aircraft 
for the Air Force; 13 Short Take Off and Vertical Landing 
[STOVL] aircraft for the Marine Corps; and 7 Carrier Variant 
[CV] aircraft for the Navy. The budget also requests 
$763,200,000 in advance procurement funding for Lot 6, which 
will include 45 aircraft for the United States and 8 for 
partner nations.
    Realizing that JSF development was taking longer and 
costing more than planned, the Department of Defense undertook 
a comprehensive program review last fall. This in-depth 
evaluation led to the program being restructured in February 
2010. The revised plan extends the development phase by 13 
months, adds a CV aircraft to the test program, and moves the 
full rate production decision to fiscal year 2016. The 
Government-contractor relationship has changed and the 
production contract for Lot 4 will be a fixed price incentive 
fee rather than a cost-plus contract vehicle. An Independent 
Manufacturing Review Team [IMRT], created to evaluate 
manufacturing, discovered a number of production process 
weaknesses. The program office and contractor team are working 
through the IMRT's recommendations to help achieve and sustain 
production ramp-up. The Committee believes that the Department 
has moved in the right direction to bring more realistic 
schedules and costs into focus.
    Concerns about progress in the test program and the 
maturation of the manufacturing process persist. In his June 
2010 letter accompanying the Nunn-McCurdy certification 
documentation, the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, 
Technology and Logistics) stated that the test program 
continues to encounter difficulties and has fallen behind the 
level of performance projected just a few months ago. These 
challenges to the test program are of particular note for 
testing of the F-35B STOVL aircraft, which has been set back by 
late delivery of aircraft to Government test and failures to 
meet the number of planned test flights.
    A recent ``quick look'' by the IMRT found significant 
improvements in risk management plans, change management and 
global supply but that additional progress was needed in a 
number of manufacturing areas. Parts shortages, change 
management processes and first article inspections are the key 
areas where further steps forward are needed. The Committee is 
aware that production has not moved as quickly as previously 
planned and has not kept pace with scheduled ramp rate 
increases. With Lot 5, the Department will buy its 100th 
aircraft--yet none of the production aircraft ordered to date 
have been delivered. The first delivery from Lot 1 (fiscal year 
2007) was scheduled for delivery in September 2009; it now 
appears that it will deliver in December 2010.
    The Committee recommends a reduction of 10 aircraft from 
the fiscal year 2011 (Lot 5) procurement (6 Air Force CTOL, 3 
Marine Corps STOVL, and 1 Navy CV). This adjustment reduces the 
concurrency of development and production, provides time to 
mature manufacturing processes and institute supply chain 
improvements, and stabilizes production at the fiscal year 2010 
rate for 1 year. The Advance Procurement request is fully 
funded to sustain the supplier base and implement manufacturing 
improvements. The budget adjustments are a decrease of 
$770,000,000 in Aircraft Procurement, Navy and a decrease of 
$730,200,000 in Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $5,093,822,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   5,976,867,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,604,529,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,604,529,000. This is $372,338,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY

     AIRCRAFT

     FIXED WING
   3 AERIAL COMMON SENSOR [ACS]   .......           88,483  .......  ...............  .......          -88,483
      [MIP]
   4 MQ-1 UAV                          26          459,310       26          434,310  .......          -25,000
   5 RQ-11 (RAVEN)                    312           20,152      312           20,152  .......  ...............

     ROTARY
   6 BCT UNMANNED AERIAL VEH      .......           44,206  .......           42,206  .......           -2,000
      [UAVS] INCR 1
   8 HELICOPTER, LIGHT UTILITY         50          305,272       50          310,272  .......           +5,000
      [LUH]
   9 AH-64 APACHE BLOCK III            16          332,681       12          267,081       -4          -65,600
  10 AH-64 APACHE BLOCK III [AP-  .......          161,150  .......          161,150  .......  ...............
      CY]
  11 UH-60 BLACKHAWK [MYP]             72        1,250,566       84        1,450,966      +12         +200,400
  12 UH-60 BLACKHAWK [MYP] [AP-   .......          100,532  .......          100,532  .......  ...............
      CY]
  13 CH-47 HELICOPTER                  40        1,101,293       46        1,289,093       +6         +187,800
  14 CH-47 HELICOPTER [AP-CY]     .......           57,756  .......           57,756  .......  ...............
  15 HELICOPTER NEW TRAINING      .......            9,383  .......  ...............  .......           -9,383
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT        .......        3,930,784  .......        4,133,518  .......         +202,734

     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
  17 MQ-1 PAYLOAD--UAS            .......          100,413  .......           80,413  .......          -20,000
  18 MQ-1 WEAPONIZATION--UAS      .......           14,729  .......           14,729  .......  ...............
  19 GUARDRAIL MODS [MIP]         .......           29,899  .......           25,799  .......           -4,100
  20 MULTI SENSOR ABN RECON       .......           16,981  .......           16,981  .......  ...............
      [MIP]
  21 AH-64 MODS                   .......          393,769  .......          396,769  .......           +3,000
  23 CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS  .......           66,207  .......           68,807  .......           +2,600
  25 UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS  .......           13,716  .......           13,716  .......  ...............
  26 AIRCRAFT LONG RANGE MODS     .......              814  .......              814  .......  ...............
  27 UTILITY HELICOPTER MODS      .......           63,085  .......           82,985  .......          +19,900
  28 KIOWA WARRIOR                .......           94,400  .......           32,300  .......          -62,100
  29 AIRBORNE AVIONICS            .......          219,425  .......          207,425  .......          -12,000
  30 GATM ROLLUP                  .......          100,862  .......          100,862  .......  ...............
  31 RQ-7 UAV MODS                .......          505,015  .......            7,515  .......         -497,500

     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  34 SPARE PARTS (AIR)            .......            7,328  .......            9,956  .......           +2,628
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION    .......        1,626,643  .......        1,059,071  .......         -567,572
            OF AIRCRAFT

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND
      FACILITIES

     GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS
  35 AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY       .......           24,478  .......           24,478  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  36 ASE INFRARED CM              .......          174,222  .......          163,722  .......          -10,500

     OTHER SUPPORT
  37 AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT   .......            4,885  .......            4,885  .......  ...............
  38 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT      .......           76,129  .......           76,129  .......  ...............
  39 AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS   .......           52,423  .......           55,423  .......           +3,000
  40 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL          .......           82,844  .......           82,844  .......  ...............
  41 INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES        .......            1,567  .......            1,567  .......  ...............
  42 LAUNCHER, 2.75 ROCKET        .......            2,892  .......            2,892  .......  ...............
  43 AIRBORNE COMMUNICATIONS      .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT         .......          419,440  .......          411,940  .......           -7,500
            EQUIPMENT AND
            FACILITIES
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT        .......        5,976,867  .......        5,604,529  .......         -372,338
            PROCUREMENT, ARMY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3AERIAL COMMON               88,483  ..............         -88,483
     SENSOR [ACS]
     [MIP]
        Program delays  ..............  ..............         -88,483
   4MQ-1 UAV                   459,310         434,310         -25,000
        Contract        ..............  ..............         -25,000
         savings
   6BCT UNMANNED                44,206          42,206          -2,000
     AERIAL VEH [UAVS]
     INCR 1
        Unit cost       ..............  ..............          -2,000
         savings
   8HELICOPTER, LIGHT          305,272         310,272          +5,000
     UTILITY [LUH]
        Light Utility   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Helicopter
         Survivability
   9AH-64 APACHE BLOCK         332,681         267,081         -65,600
     III
        Contract delay  ..............  ..............         -65,600
  11UH-60 BLACKHAWK          1,250,566       1,450,966        +200,400
     [MYP]
        Accelerate 12   ..............  ..............        +200,400
         aircraft
  13CH-47 HELICOPTER         1,101,293       1,289,093        +187,800
        Accelerate 6    ..............  ..............        +187,800
         aircraft
  15HELICOPTER NEW               9,383  ..............          -9,383
     TRAINING
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............          -9,383
         request
  17MQ-1 PAYLOAD--UAS          100,413          80,413         -20,000
        TSP schedule    ..............  ..............         -20,000
         adjustment
  19GUARDRAIL MODS              29,899          25,799          -4,100
     [MIP]
        Airborne        ..............  ..............          -4,100
         Precision
         Geolocation
  21AH-64 MODS                 393,769         396,769          +3,000
        Reduced Size    ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Crashworthy
         External Fuel
         System 125
         Gallon Tank
  23CH-47 CARGO                 66,207          68,807          +2,600
     HELICOPTER MODS
        Damage          ..............  ..............          +2,600
         Tolerance
         Improvement
         and
         Monitoring
         for Condition-
         based
         Maintenance
  27UTILITY HELICOPTER          63,085          82,985         +19,900
     MODS
        Air Filtration  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Systems for
         the Army
         National
         Guard
        Forward         ..............  ..............            +900
         Looking
         Infrared
         Sensors for
         Minnesota
         National
         Guard
        UH-60 A to L    ..............  ..............         +17,000
         conversions
  28KIOWA WARRIOR               94,400          32,300         -62,100
        Cockpit and     ..............  ..............         -62,100
         Sensor
         Upgrade
         Program ahead
         of need
  29AIRBORNE AVIONICS          219,425         207,425         -12,000
        Contract        ..............  ..............         -12,000
         savings
  31RQ-7 UAV MODS              505,015           7,515        -497,500
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............        -497,500
         Title IX
  34SPARE PARTS (AIR)            7,328           9,956          +2,628
        Transfer from   ..............  ..............          +2,628
         OPA line 195
  36ASE INFRARED CM            174,222         163,722         -10,500
        Excess to       ..............  ..............         -10,500
         requirement
  39AIRCREW INTEGRATED          52,423          55,423          +3,000
     SYSTEMS
        Air Warrior     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Survival Vest
         Ensemble
         Reset Program
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Kiowa Warrior.--Due to the termination of the Armed 
Reconnaissance helicopter in 2008, the Army has initiated a 
plan to address losses of the Kiowa Warrior helicopter by 
rehabilitating OH-58A airframes into a modernized, zero-hour 
OH-58D configuration. The Committee has supported initiation of 
this effort with $70,200,000 of Overseas Deployments and Other 
Activities funds in fiscal year 2010, and an additional 
$142,500,000 has been requested in fiscal year 2011. The 
initial six helicopters have recently begun modification and 
are scheduled to deliver in mid-2012, but the Committee remains 
concerned about risk in the early stages of this program. 
Therefore, the recommendation reduces the Overseas Deployments 
and Other Activities request by $67,800,000, a reduction from 
15 to 6 aircraft, pending greater maturity in the program.
    In addition, the baseline budget request included 
$62,100,000 for long-lead items for the Kiowa Warrior Cockpit 
and Sensor Upgrade Program. The Army has informed the Committee 
that these funds are now premature, and the recommendation 
includes this reduction, but provides an additional $25,000,000 
in Overseas Deployments and Other Activities funding for 
additional fielded fleet upgrade and weight reduction 
initiatives. These funds are intended to be used for current 
funding requirements, such as improved gun systems, weapons 
pylons, digital engine controls, and common missile warning 
systems. The Committee finds that an Army proposal to produce 
new cabins for Kiowa Warrior replacement aircraft is premature 
due to reasons already stated.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,251,053,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,887,437,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,615,108,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,615,108,000. This is $272,329,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY

     OTHER MISSILES

     SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE
      SYSTEM
   1 PATRIOT SYSTEM SUMMARY            78          480,247       78          613,847  .......         +133,600

     AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE
      SYSTEM
   2 SURFACE-LAUNCHED AMRAAM      .......          116,732  .......          116,732  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM SUMMARY
   4 HELLFIRE SYS SUMMARY             240           31,881      240           31,881  .......  ...............

     ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE
      SYSTEM
   5 JAVELIN [AAWS-M] SYSTEM          715          163,929      715          163,929  .......  ...............
      SUMMARY
   6 TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY         .......           30,326  .......           30,326  .......  ...............
   7 TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY [AP-    .......           48,355  .......  ...............  .......          -48,355
      CY]
   8 BCT NON LINE OF SIGHT        .......          350,574  .......  ...............  .......         -350,574
      LAUNCH SYSTEM
   9 GUIDED MLRS ROCKET [GMLRS]   .......          291,041  .......          291,041  .......  ...............
  10 MLRS REDUCED RANGE PRACTICE  .......           15,886  .......           15,886  .......  ...............
      ROCKETS [RRPR]
  11 HIGH MOBILITY ARTILLERY           44          211,517       44          204,517  .......           -7,000
      ROCKET SYSTEM
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES  .......        1,740,488  .......        1,468,159  .......         -272,329

     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES

     MODIFICATIONS
  12 PATRIOT MODS                 .......           57,170  .......           57,170  .......  ...............
  13 ITAS/TOW MODS                .......           13,281  .......           13,281  .......  ...............
  14 MLRS MODS                    .......            8,217  .......            8,217  .......  ...............
  15 HIMARS MODIFICATIONS         .......           39,371  .......           39,371  .......  ...............
  16 HELLFIRE MODIFICATIONS       .......               10  .......               10  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION    .......          118,049  .......          118,049  .......  ...............
            OF MISSILES

     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  17 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      .......           19,569  .......           19,569  .......  ...............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND
      FACILITIES
  18 AIR DEFENSE TARGETS          .......            3,613  .......            3,613  .......  ...............
  19 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M        .......            1,208  .......            1,208  .......  ...............
      (MISSILES)
  20 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT      .......            4,510  .......            4,510  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT         .......            9,331  .......            9,331  .......  ...............
            EQUIPMENT AND
            FACILITIES
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE         .......        1,887,437  .......        1,615,108  .......         -272,329
            PROCUREMENT, ARMY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                          [Dollar amounts in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                   2011 budget      Committee       Change from
 Line                     Item                    2011 quantity     estimate      recommendation  budget request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     1 PATRIOT SYSTEM SUMMARY                              78         480,247         613,847         +133,600
           PAC-3 Launchers and Missiles--Army  ..............  ..............  ...............        +133,600
            UFR
     7 TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY [AP-CY]            ..............          48,355  ...............         -48,355
           Excess to requirement               ..............  ..............  ...............         -48,355
     8 BCT NON LINE OF SIGHT LAUNCH SYSTEM-    ..............         350,574  ...............        -350,574
        INCREME
           Program termination                 ..............  ..............  ...............        -350,574
    11 HIGH MOBILITY ARTILLERY ROCKET SYSTEM               44         211,517         204,517           -7,000
        [HIMARS]
           Program adjustment--carriers        ..............  ..............  ...............          -7,000
            procured in fiscal year 2010
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $2,335,807,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,723,561,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,471,120,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,471,120,000. This is $252,441,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV;, ARMY

     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   4 STRYKER VEHICLE                   83          299,545       83          350,945  .......          +51,400

     MODIFICATION OF TRACKED
      COMBAT VEHICLES
   9 STRYKER (MOD)                .......          146,352  .......           85,052  .......          -61,300
  10 FIST VEHICLE (MOD)           .......           31,083  .......           31,083  .......  ...............
  11 BRADLEY PROGRAM (MOD)        .......          215,133  .......          193,133  .......          -22,000
  12 HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM    .......          105,277  .......            5,277  .......         -100,000
      M109A6 (MOD)
  13 IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE         17           69,609       17           69,609  .......  ...............
      (M88A2 HERCULES)
  14 ARMORED BREACHER VEHICLE          17           77,930       17           77,930  .......  ...............
  15 M88 FOV MODS                 .......            9,157  .......            9,157  .......  ...............
  16 JOINT ASSAULT BRIDGE               9           44,133        9  ...............  .......          -44,133
  17 M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)         .......          230,907  .......          230,907  .......  ...............
  18 ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM            21          183,000       21          183,000  .......  ...............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND
      FACILITIES
  19 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT      .......            3,145  .......            3,145  .......  ...............
      [TCV-WTCV]
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT  .......        1,415,271  .......        1,239,238  .......         -176,033
            VEHICLES

     WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT
      VEHICLES
  20 HOWITZER, LIGHT, TOWED,            2            5,575        2  ...............  .......           -5,575
      105MM, M119
  21 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN      .......           28,179  .......           20,479  .......           -7,700
      (7.62MM)
  22 MACHINE GUN, CAL .50 M2      .......           79,496  .......              510  .......          -78,986
      ROLL
  23 LIGHTWEIGHT .50 CALIBER          350           18,941      350           18,941  .......  ...............
      MACHINE GUN
  24 M249 SAW MACHINE GUN         .......  ...............  .......              321  .......             +321
      (5.56MM)
  25 MK-19 GRENADE MACHINE GUN        238            4,465      238            4,465  .......  ...............
      (40MM)
  26 MORTAR SYSTEMS                   138           17,082      138           17,082  .......  ...............
  27 M107, CAL. 50, SNIPER RIFLE  .......              235  .......              235  .......  ...............
  28 XM320 GRENADE LAUNCHER       .......           16,282  .......           16,282  .......  ...............
      MODULE [GLM]
  29 M110 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SNIPER       155            5,159      155            5,159  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM [SASS]
  30 M4 CARBINE                   .......           20,180  .......           20,610  .......             +430
  31 SHOTGUN, MODULAR ACCESSORY   .......            7,153  .......            7,153  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM [MASS]
  33 HANDGUN                      .......            3,371  .......               73  .......           -3,298

     MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER
      COMBAT VEHICLE
  35 MK-19 GRENADE MACHINE GUN    .......            4,286  .......            2,986  .......           -1,300
      MODS
  36 M4 CARBINE MODS              .......           14,044  .......           14,044  .......  ...............
  37 M2 50 CAL MACHINE GUN MODS   .......  ...............  .......            6,000  .......           +6,000
  38 M249 SAW MACHINE GUN MODS    .......            5,922  .......            5,922  .......  ...............
  39 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN      .......           15,852  .......           15,852  .......  ...............
      MODS
  40 M119 MODIFICATIONS           .......           39,810  .......           39,810  .......  ...............
  41 M16 RIFLE MODS               .......            3,855  .......            3,855  .......  ...............
  43 MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN      .......            6,083  .......            6,083  .......  ...............
      $5.0M [WOCV-WTCV]

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND
      FACILITIES
  45 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT      .......            7,869  .......           14,869  .......           +7,000
      [WOCV-WTCV]
  46 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS      .......              409  .......            7,109  .......           +6,700
  47 SMALL ARMS EQUIPMENT         .......            4,042  .......            4,042  .......  ...............
      (SOLDIER ENH PROG)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND     .......          308,290  .......          231,882  .......          -76,408
            OTHER COMBAT
            VEHICLES
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF  .......        1,723,561  .......        1,471,120  .......         -252,441
            W&TCV;, ARMY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2011 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation   budget request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4STRYKER VEHICLE          299,545          350,945          +51,400
        Transfer     ...............  ...............          +61,300
         from
         Stryker
         Modificati
         on, line 9
        Adjust       ...............  ...............           -9,900
         program
         management
         costs
   9STRYKER [MOD]            146,352           85,052          -61,300
        Transfer to  ...............  ...............          -61,300
         Stryker
         Vehicle,
         line 4
  11BRADLEY PROGRAM          215,133          193,133          -22,000
     [MOD]
        Modificatio  ...............  ...............          -22,000
         ns not
         defined
  12HOWITZER, MED            105,277            5,277         -100,000
     SP FT 155MM
     M109A6
        Transfer to  ...............  ...............          -30,000
         RDA, line
         116 for
         Paladin
         PIM
        Production   ...............  ...............          -70,000
         delay
  16JOINT ASSAULT             44,133  ...............          -44,133
     BRIDGE
        Funded       ...............  ...............          -44,133
         ahead of
         need
  20HOWITZER,                  5,575  ...............           -5,575
     LIGHT, TOWED,
     105MM, M119
        Funds        ...............  ...............           -5,575
         excess to
         requiremen
         t
  21M240 MEDIUM               28,179           20,479           -7,700
     MACHINE GUN
     (7.62MM)
        Pricing      ...............  ...............           -7,700
         correction
  22MACHINE GUN,              79,496              510          -78,986
     CAL .50 M2
     ROLL
        M2 Machine   ...............  ...............             +510
         guns for
         the NV
         ARNG
        Transfer to  ...............  ...............          -79,496
         Title IX
  24M249 SAW         ...............              321             +321
     MACHINE GUN
        M249 SAW     ...............  ...............             +265
         Machine
         Guns for
         the NV
         ARNG
        M249 Light   ...............  ...............              +56
         SAW
         Machine
         Guns for
         the NV
         ARNG
  30M4 CARBINE                20,180           20,610             +430
        M4 Carbines  ...............  ...............             +430
         for the NV
         ARNG
  33HANDGUN                    3,371               73           -3,298
        Funded       ...............  ...............           -3,371
         ahead of
         need
        M9 Handguns  ...............  ...............              +73
         for the NV
         ARNG
  35MK-19 GRENADE              4,286            2,986           -1,300
     MACHINE GUN
     MODS
        Tactical     ...............  ...............           -1,300
         Engagement
         Simulator
         terminated
  37M2 .50 CAL       ...............            6,000           +6,000
     MACHINE GUN
     MODS
        M2 .50 Cal   ...............  ...............           +6,000
         Quick
         Change
         Barrel
         Kits
  45PRODUCTION BASE            7,869           14,869           +7,000
     SUPPORT [WOCV-
     WTCV]
        Arsenal      ...............  ...............           +4,000
         Support
         Program
         Initiative
         , Rock
         Island
        Arsenal      ...............  ...............           +3,000
         Support
         Program
         Initiative
         ,
         Watervliet
  46INDUSTRIAL                   409            7,109           +6,700
     PREPAREDNESS
        Joint        ...............  ...............           +6,700
         Manufactur
         ing &
         Technology
         Center,
         Rock
         Island
         Arsenal
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    M4 Carbine Modifications.--The Committee notes that 
industry can offer a wide array of commercially available 
upgrades to improve M4 carbine reliability, lethality, and 
accuracy and is concerned that Army efforts to procure upgrades 
have not drawn fully on industry's capabilities. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the Army to ensure that full and open 
competition maximizing the participation of industry is used in 
finding vendors for M4 carbine upgrades.

                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $2,056,115,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,979,414,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,860,395,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,860,395,000. This is $119,019,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION,

     AMMUNITION

     SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION
   1 CTG, 5.56MM, ALL TYPES       .......          195,406  .......          195,406  .......  ...............
   2 CTG, 7.62MM, ALL TYPES       .......           79,622  .......           79,622  .......  ...............
   3 CTG, HANDGUN, ALL TYPES      .......            5,377  .......            5,377  .......  ...............
   4 CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES      .......          160,712  .......          160,712  .......  ...............
   6 CTG, 25MM, ALL TYPES         .......           15,887  .......           15,887  .......  ...............
   7 CTG, 30MM, ALL TYPES         .......           95,222  .......           95,222  .......  ...............
   8 CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES         .......          167,632  .......          167,632  .......  ...............

     MORTAR AMMUNITION
   9 60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES       .......           14,340  .......           14,340  .......  ...............
  10 81MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES       .......           24,036  .......           24,036  .......  ...............
  11 CTG, MORTAR, 120MM, ALL      .......           96,335  .......           67,735  .......          -28,600
      TYPES

     TANK AMMUNITION
  12 CTG TANK 105MM: ALL TYPES    .......            7,794  .......            7,794  .......  ...............
  13 CTG, TANK, 120MM, ALL TYPES  .......          114,798  .......          114,798  .......  ...............

     ARTILLERY AMMUNITION
  14 CTG, ARTY, 75MM: ALL TYPES   .......            7,329  .......            7,329  .......  ...............
  15 CTG, ARTY, 105MM: ALL TYPES  .......           76,658  .......           76,658  .......  ...............
  16 CTG, ARTY, 155MM, ALL TYPES  .......           45,752  .......           45,752  .......  ...............
  17 PROJ 155MM EXTENDED RANGE    .......           62,114  .......           30,700  .......          -31,414
      XM982
  18 MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE     .......           29,309  .......           21,909  .......           -7,400
      SYSTEM [MACS], ALL T

     ARTILLERY FUZES
  19 ARTILLERY FUZES, ALL TYPES   .......           25,047  .......           15,047  .......          -10,000

     MINES
  20 MINES, ALL TYPES             .......              817  .......              817  .......  ...............
  21 MINE, CLEARING CHARGE, ALL   .......            8,000  .......            8,000  .......  ...............
      TYPES

     NETWORKED MUNITIONS
  22 ANTIPERSONNEL LANDMINE       .......           53,005  .......  ...............  .......          -53,005
      ALTERNATIVES
  23 INTELLIGENT MUNITIONS        .......           10,246  .......           10,246  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM [IMS], ALL TYPES

     ROCKETS
  24 SHOULDER LAUNCHED            .......           43,873  .......           43,873  .......  ...............
      MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES
  25 ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES  .......          120,628  .......          120,628  .......  ...............

     OTHER AMMUNITION
  26 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL    .......           19,824  .......           19,824  .......  ...............
      TYPES
  27 GRENADES, ALL TYPES          .......           41,803  .......           41,803  .......  ...............
  28 SIGNALS, ALL TYPES           .......           39,472  .......           39,472  .......  ...............
  29 SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES        .......           11,389  .......           11,389  .......  ...............

     MISCELLANEOUS
  30 AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES   .......           17,499  .......           17,499  .......  ...............
  31 NON-LETHAL AMMUNITION, ALL   .......            5,266  .......            5,266  .......  ...............
      TYPES
  32 CAD/PAD ALL TYPES            .......            5,322  .......            5,322  .......  ...............
  33 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION   .......            9,768  .......            9,768  .......  ...............
  34 AMMUNITION PECULIAR          .......           12,721  .......           12,721  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  35 FIRST DESTINATION            .......           11,786  .......           11,786  .......  ...............
      TRANSPORTATION (AMMO)
  36 CLOSEOUT LIABILITIES         .......              100  .......              100  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMMUNITION      .......        1,634,889  .......        1,504,470  .......         -130,419

     AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE
      SUPPORT

     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT
  37 PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL      .......          144,368  .......          155,768  .......          +11,400
      FACILITIES
  38 LAYAWAY OF INDUSTRIAL        .......            9,504  .......            9,504  .......  ...............
      FACILITIES
  39 MAINTENANCE OF INACTIVE      .......            9,025  .......            9,025  .......  ...............
      FACILITIES
  40 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS       .......          178,367  .......          178,367  .......  ...............
      DEMILITARIZATION, ALL
  41 ARMS INITIATIVE              .......            3,261  .......            3,261  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMMUNITION      .......          344,525  .......          355,925  .......          +11,400
            PRODUCTION BASE
            SUPPORT
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF  .......        1,979,414  .......        1,860,395  .......         -119,019
            AMMUNITION, ARMY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            2011 budget      Committee      Change from
Line         Item            estimate     recommendation  budget request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  11120MM Mortar, ALL           96,335          67,735         -28,600
     TYPES
        APMI unit cost  ..............  ..............         -28,600
         savings
  17PROJ 155MM                  62,114          30,700         -31,414
     EXTENDED RANGE
     XM982
        Exceeds         ..............  ..............         -31,414
         revised
         requirement
  18MODULAR ARTILLERY           29,309          21,909          -7,400
     CHARGE SYSTEM
     [MACS], ALL TYPES
        Decrease to     ..............  ..............          -7,400
         reduce
         backlog in
         MACS M232
         production
  19ARTILLERY FUZES,            25,047          15,047         -10,000
     ALL TYPES
        Program delay-- ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Precision
         Guidance Kit
  22SPIDER NETWORK              53,005  ..............         -53,005
     MUNITIONS, ALL
     TYPES
        Full Rate       ..............  ..............         -53,005
         Decision
         slipped to
         fiscal year
         2012
  37PROVISION OF               144,368         155,768         +11,400
     INDUSTRIAL
     FACILITIES
    Ammunition          ..............  ..............          +3,000
     Production Base
     Support
    Electrical System   ..............  ..............          +6,000
     Modernization--Ho
     lston Army
     Ammunition Plant
    EPACT Utility       ..............  ..............          +2,400
     Tracking, Iowa
     Army Ammunition
     Plant [IAAAP]
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Other Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $8,582,660,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   9,765,808,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,150,227,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,150,227,000. This is $1,615,581,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY

     TACTICAL AND SUPPORT
      VEHICLES

     TACTICAL VEHICLES
   1 TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY      .......           25,560  .......           25,560  .......  ...............
      SETS
   2 SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED            391           38,713      391  ...............  .......          -38,713
   5 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL    .......          918,195  .......          693,495  .......         -224,700
      VEH [FMTV]
   6 FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED      .......           21,317  .......           21,317  .......  ...............
      FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT
   7 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL     .......          549,741  .......          549,741  .......  ...............
      VEHICLES [FHTV]
   8 PLS ESP                      .......          100,108  .......           97,708  .......           -2,400
   9 ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES         94          114,478       94          114,478  .......  ...............
      [ASV]
  10 MINE PROTECTION VEHICLE      .......          230,978  .......           17,500  .......         -213,478
      FAMILY
  12 TRUCK, TRACTOR, LINE HAUL,        55           37,519       55           21,519  .......          -16,000
      M915/M916
  13 HVY EXPANDED MOBILE              708          173,565      708          173,565  .......  ...............
      TACTICAL TRUCK EXT SERV
  14 HMMWV RECAPITALIZATION       .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      PROGRAM
  15 MODIFICATION OF IN SVC       .......          349,256  .......  ...............  .......         -349,256
      EQUIP
  16 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TAC   .......  ...............  .......            3,000  .......           +3,000
      VEH)
  17 TOWING DEVICE-FIFTH WHEEL    .......              234  .......              234  .......  ...............
  18 AMC CRITICAL ITEMS, OPA1     .......              746  .......              746  .......  ...............

     NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES
  19 HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN                4            1,875        4  ...............  .......           -1,875
  20 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES  .......            3,323  .......            1,323  .......           -2,000
  21 NONTACTICAL VEHICLES, OTHER  .......           19,586  .......           19,586  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TACTICAL AND    .......        2,585,194  .......        1,739,772  .......         -845,422
            SUPPORT VEHICLES

     COMMUNICATIONS AND
      ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

     COMM--JOINT COMMUNICATIONS
  23 JOINT COMBAT IDENTIFICATION  .......           11,411  .......           11,411  .......  ...............
      MARKING SYSTEM
  24 WIN-T--GROUND FORCES         .......          421,798  .......          396,798  .......          -25,000
      TACTICAL NETWORK
  25 JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)    .......            4,690  .......            4,690  .......  ...............

     COMM--SATELLITE
      COMMUNICATIONS
  26 DEFENSE ENTERPRISE WIDEBAND  .......          115,744  .......          115,744  .......  ...............
      SATCOM SYSTEMS
  27 SHF TERM                     .......           14,198  .......           14,198  .......  ...............
  28 SAT TERM, EMUT (SPACE)       .......              662  .......              662  .......  ...............
  29 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING   .......           32,193  .......           32,193  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM (SPACE)
  30 SMART-T (SPACE)              .......           10,285  .......           10,285  .......  ...............
  31 SCAMP (SPACE)                .......              930  .......              930  .......  ...............
  32 GLOBAL BRDCST SVC-GBS        .......            4,586  .......            4,586  .......  ...............
  33 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC     .......            1,506  .......            1,506  .......  ...............
      SAT)
     COMM--COMBAT SUPPORT
  34 MOD-IN-SERVICE PROFILER      .......              938  .......              938  .......  ...............

     COMM--C3 SYSTEM
  35 ARMY GLOBAL CMD & CONTROL    .......           20,387  .......           20,387  .......  ...............
      SYS [AGCCS]

     COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS
  36 ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION       .......              700  .......              700  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM (DATA RADIO)
  37 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM  .......          209,568  .......          141,768  .......          -67,800
  38 RADIO TERMINAL SET, MIDS     .......            5,796  .......            5,796  .......  ...............
      LVT(2)
  39 SINCGARS FAMILY              .......           14,504  .......           19,604  .......           +5,100
  40 AMC CRITICAL ITEMS--OPA2     .......            3,860  .......            3,860  .......  ...............
  41 MULTI-PURPOSE INFORMATION    .......            9,501  .......            9,501  .......  ...............
      OPERATIONS SYSTEMS
  42 COMMS--ELEC EQUIPMENT        .......            5,965  .......            7,765  .......           +1,800
      FIELDING
  43 SPIDER APLA REMOTE CONTROL   .......           26,358  .......           26,358  .......  ...............
      UNIT
  44 IMS REMOTE CONTROL UNIT      .......            6,603  .......  ...............  .......           -6,603
  45 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM  .......            5,125  .......            5,125  .......  ...............
      COMM/ELECTRONICS
  46 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER       .......            2,397  .......            2,397  .......  ...............
      LOCATOR [CSEL]
  47 RADIO, IMPROVED HF [COTS]    .......            9,983  .......            9,983  .......  ...............
      FAMILY
  48 MEDICAL COMM FOR CBT         .......           23,606  .......           23,606  .......  ...............
      CASUALTY CARE [MC4]

     COMM--INTELLIGENCE COMM
  49 CI AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE   .......            1,465  .......            1,465  .......  ...............
      [MIP]

     INFORMATION SECURITY
  50 TSEC--ARMY KEY MGT SYS       .......           25,959  .......           25,959  .......  ...............
      [AKMS]
  51 INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY  .......           63,340  .......           63,340  .......  ...............
      PROGRAM--ISSP

     COMM--LONG HAUL
      COMMUNICATIONS
  52 TERRESTRIAL TRANSMISSION     .......              137  .......              137  .......  ...............
  53 BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS  .......           28,406  .......           30,206  .......           +1,800
  54 WW TECH CON IMP PROG         .......           11,566  .......           11,566  .......  ...............
      [WWTCIP]

     COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS
  55 INFORMATION SYSTEMS          .......          201,081  .......          201,081  .......  ...............
  56 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM       .......            6,264  .......            6,264  .......  ...............
      [DMS]
  57 INSTALLATION INFO            .......          178,242  .......          178,242  .......  ...............
      INFRASTRUCTURE MOD PROGRAM
  58 PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT     .......           10,427  .......           10,427  .......  ...............
      AND TELECOM

     ELECT EQUIP

     ELECT EQUIP--TACT INT REL
      ACT [TIARA]
  64 JTT/CIBS-M [MIP]             .......            3,321  .......            3,321  .......  ...............
  65 PROPHET GROUND [MIP]         .......           71,517  .......           71,517  .......  ...............
  68 DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS  .......              441  .......              441  .......  ...............
      [DTSS] [MIP]
  70 DCGS-A [MIP]                 .......          137,424  .......  ...............  .......         -137,424
  71 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND        .......            9,279  .......            9,279  .......  ...............
      STATION [JTAGS]
  72 TROJAN [MIP]                 .......           28,345  .......           28,345  .......  ...............
  73 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP [INTEL   .......            7,602  .......            7,602  .......  ...............
      SPT] [MIP]
  74 CI HUMINT AUTO REPRTING AND  .......            7,416  .......            7,416  .......  ...............
      COLL [CHARCS][MIP]

     SEQUOYAH FOREIGN LANGUAGE    .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      TRANSLATION SYSTEM
  75 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M [MIP]  .......           18,721  .......           18,721  .......  ...............

     ELECT EQUIP--ELECTRONIC
      WARFARE [EW]
  76 LIGHTWEIGHT COUNTER MORTAR   .......           32,980  .......           32,980  .......  ...............
      RADAR
  77 WARLOCK                      .......           24,127  .......           16,127  .......           -8,000
  78 BCT UNATTENDED GROUND        .......           29,718  .......           29,718  .......  ...............
      SENSOR
  79 COUNTERINTELLIGENCE/         .......            1,394  .......            1,394  .......  ...............
      SECURITY COUNTERMEASURES
  80 CI MODERNIZATION [MIP]       .......            1,263  .......            1,263  .......  ...............

     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV.
      (TAC SURV)
  81 FAAD GBS                     .......           91,467  .......           91,467  .......  ...............
  82 SENTINEL MODS                .......           30,976  .......           30,976  .......  ...............
  83 SENSE THROUGH THE WALL       .......           24,939  .......           24,939  .......  ...............
      [STTW]
  84 NIGHT VISION DEVICES         .......           70,528  .......           72,528  .......           +2,000
  85 LONG RANGE ADVANCED SCOUT    .......          255,641  .......          216,941  .......          -38,700
      SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
  86 NIGHT VISION, THERMAL WPN    .......          248,899  .......          248,899  .......  ...............
      SIGHT
  87 SMALL TACTICAL OPTICAL       .......            8,520  .......            8,520  .......  ...............
      RIFLE MOUNTED MLRF
  89 COUNTER-ROCKET, ARTILLERY,   .......            2,088  .......            2,088  .......  ...............
      AND MORTAR
  91 ARTILLERY ACCURACY           .......            6,042  .......  ...............  .......           -6,042
      EQUIPMENT
  94 PROFILER                     .......            4,408  .......            4,408  .......  ...............
  95 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP          .......            2,843  .......            2,843  .......  ...............
      (FIREFINDER RADARS)
  96 FORCE XXI BATTLE CMD         .......           39,786  .......           39,786  .......  ...............
      BRIGADE & BELOW [FBCB2]
  97 JOINT BATTLE COMMAND--       .......              147  .......              147  .......  ...............
      PLATFORM [JBC-P]
  98 LIGHTWEIGHT LASER            .......           65,970  .......           65,970  .......  ...............
      DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINDER
      (LLD
  99 COMPUTER BALLISTICS: LHMBC   .......              815  .......              815  .......  ...............
      XM32
 100 MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM   .......           16,475  .......           16,475  .......  ...............
 101 COUNTERFIRE RADARS           .......          275,867  .......  ...............  .......         -275,867
 102 ENHANCED SENSOR &            .......            2,062  .......            2,062  .......  ...............
      MONITORING SYSTEM

     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2
      SYSTEMS
 103 TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS  .......           53,768  .......           53,768  .......  ...............
 104 FIRE SUPPORT C2 FAMILY       .......           49,077  .......           49,077  .......  ...............
 105 BATTLE COMMAND SUSTAINMENT   .......           25,866  .......           25,866  .......  ...............
      SUPPORT SYSTEM
 106 FAAD C2                      .......           42,511  .......           42,511  .......  ...............
 107 AIR & MSL DEFENSE PLANNING   .......           57,038  .......           57,038  .......  ...............
      & CONTROL SYS (AMD
 108 KNIGHT FAMILY                .......          120,723  .......          120,723  .......  ...............
 109 LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT  .......            1,710  .......            1,710  .......  ...............
      [LCSS]
 110 AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION     .......           10,858  .......           12,858  .......           +2,000
      TECHNOLOGY
 111 TC AIMS II                   .......           10,457  .......           10,457  .......  ...............
 113 TACTICAL INTERNET MANAGER    .......            1,594  .......            1,594  .......  ...............
 114 NETWORK MANAGEMENT           .......           18,492  .......           18,492  .......  ...............
      INITIALIZATION AND SERVICE
 115 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM      .......           96,162  .......           96,162  .......  ...............
      [MCS]
 116 SINGLE ARMY LOGISTICS        .......           99,819  .......           99,819  .......  ...............
      ENTERPRISE [SALE]
 117 RECONNAISSANCE AND           .......           15,466  .......           15,466  .......  ...............
      SURVEYING INSTRUMENT SET
 118 MOUNTED BATTLE COMMAND ON    .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      THE MOVE [MBCOTM]

     ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION
 119 GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE      .......           97,858  .......           97,858  .......  ...............
      BUSINESS SYSTEM
 120 ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION  .......           36,158  .......           36,158  .......  ...............
 121 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING    .......          203,864  .......          203,864  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
 122 CSS COMMUNICATIONS           .......           39,811  .......           39,811  .......  ...............
 123 RESERVE COMPONENT            .......           39,360  .......           39,360  .......  ...............
      AUTOMATION SYSTEM [RCAS]

     ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT--AUDIO
      VISUAL SYSTEM (A/V)
 124 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (A/V)  .......              663  .......              663  .......  ...............
 125 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M          .......            6,467  .......            6,467  .......  ...............
      (SURVEYING EQUIPMENT)

     ELECT EQUIP--SUPPORT
 128 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT [C-  .......              542  .......              542  .......  ...............
      E]
 129 BCT NETWORK                  .......          176,543  .......          176,543  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS  .......        4,216,009  .......        3,663,273  .......         -552,736
            AND ELECTRONICS
            EQUIPMENT

     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE
      EQUIPMENT
 130 PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS           .......            2,489  .......            2,489  .......  ...............
 131 FAMILY OF NON-LETHAL         .......            9,305  .......            9,305  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT [FNLE]
 132 CBRN SOLDIER PROTECTION      .......          180,351  .......          180,351  .......  ...............
 133 SMOKE & OBSCURANT FAMILY:    .......              831  .......              831  .......  ...............
      SOF (NON AAO ITEM)

     BRIDGING EQUIPMENT
 134 TACTICAL BRIDGING            .......           62,817  .......           62,817  .......  ...............
 135 TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT-      .......          105,837  .......          105,837  .......  ...............
      RIBBON

     ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION)
      EQUIPMENT
 136 HANDHELD STANDOFF MINEFIELD  .......           43,871  .......           43,871  .......  ...............
      DETECTION SYS-HST
 137 GROUND STANDOFF MINE         .......           35,002  .......           38,502  .......           +3,500
      DETECTION SYSTEM
      [GSTAMIDS]
 138 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL  .......           54,093  .......           54,093  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT (EOD EQUIPMENT)
 139 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M,         .......            3,655  .......            3,655  .......  ...............
      COUNTERMINE EQUIPMENT

     COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
 141 HEATERS AND ECU'S            .......           20,610  .......           20,610  .......  ...............
 143 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT          .......            5,416  .......            5,416  .......  ...............
 144 LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE      .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      ENCLOSURE [LME]
 146 PERSONNEL RECOVERY SUPPORT   .......            7,813  .......            7,813  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM [PRSS]
 147 GROUND SOLDIER SYSTEM        .......          110,524  .......  ...............  .......         -110,524
 148 MOUNTED SOLDIER SYSTEM       .......           38,872  .......           38,872  .......  ...............
 149 FORCE PROVIDER               .......           41,539  .......           41,539  .......  ...............
 150 FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT      .......           23,826  .......           23,826  .......  ...............
 151 CARGO AERIAL DEL &           .......           69,496  .......           69,496  .......  ...............
      PERSONNEL PARACHUTE SYSTEM
 152 MOBILE INTEGRATED REMAINS    .......           26,532  .......           26,532  .......  ...............
      COLLECTION SYSTEM
 153 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (ENG     .......           31,420  .......           31,420  .......  ...............
      SPT)

     PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT
 154 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS,        .......          175,069  .......          164,369  .......          -10,700
      PETROLEUM & WATER

     WATER EQUIPMENT
 155 WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS   .......            3,597  .......  ...............  .......           -3,597

     MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
 156 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL       .......           30,365  .......           30,865  .......             +500

     MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT
 157 MOBILE MAINTENANCE           .......          159,285  .......          139,985  .......          -19,300
      EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS
 158 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M        .......            3,702  .......            3,702  .......  ...............
      (MAINT EQ)

     CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
 159 GRADER, ROAD MTZD, HVY, 6X4  .......           48,379  .......           48,379  .......  ...............
      (CCE)
 160 SKID STEER LOADER (SSL)      .......           17,498  .......           17,498  .......  ...............
      FAMILY OF SYSTEM
 161 SCRAPERS, EARTHMOVING        .......           12,452  .......           12,452  .......  ...............
 163 MISSION MODULES--            .......           62,111  .......           45,111  .......          -17,000
      ENGINEERING
 164 LOADERS                      .......            7,205  .......            7,205  .......  ...............
 165 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR          .......            8,458  .......            8,458  .......  ...............
 166 TRACTOR, FULL TRACKED        .......           64,032  .......           64,032  .......  ...............
 167 PLANT, ASPHALT MIXING        .......           10,783  .......           10,783  .......  ...............
 168 HIGH MOBILITY ENGINEER       .......           64,959  .......           53,159  .......          -11,800
      EXCAVATOR [HMEE] FOS
 169 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ESP   .......           11,063  .......           11,063  .......  ...............
 170 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M        .......           20,565  .......           15,565  .......           -5,000
      (CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT)

     RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION
      EQUIPMENT
 171 JOINT HIGH SPEED VESSEL      .......          202,764  .......          202,764  .......  ...............
      [JHSV]
 172 HARBORMASTER COMMAND AND     .......           37,683  .......           37,683  .......  ...............
      CONTROL CENTER [HCCC]
 173 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M        .......            8,052  .......            8,052  .......  ...............
      (FLOAT/RAIL)

     GENERATORS
 174 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED    .......          113,573  .......          113,573  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT

     MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
 175 ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER      .......           29,460  .......           29,460  .......  ...............
      HANDLER [RTCH]
 176 FAMILY OF FORKLIFTS          .......           12,936  .......           12,936  .......  ...............
 177 ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY     .......           17,352  .......           17,352  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM

     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
 178 COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS      .......           23,400  .......           23,400  .......  ...............
      SUPPORT
 179 TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM  .......          297,200  .......          340,200  .......          +43,000
 180 CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL        .......           64,912  .......           64,912  .......  ...............
      TRAINER
 181 AVIATION COMBINED ARMS       .......           26,120  .......           26,120  .......  ...............
      TACTICAL TRAINER (AVCA
 182 GAMING TECHNOLOGY IN         .......            4,964  .......            4,964  .......  ...............
      SUPPORT OF ARMY TRAINING

     TEST MEASURE AND DIG
      EQUIPMENT [TMD]
 183 CALIBRATION SETS EQUIPMENT   .......           38,778  .......           38,778  .......  ...............
 184 INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST    .......          104,472  .......          104,472  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT [IFTE]
 185 TEST EQUIPMENT               .......           19,166  .......           18,166  .......           -1,000
      MODERNIZATION [TEMOD]

     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 186 RAPID EQUIPPING SOLDIER      .......           42,229  .......  ...............  .......          -42,229
      SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 187 PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS    .......           56,195  .......           56,195  .......  ...............
      [OPA3]
 188 BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT   .......            1,873  .......            1,873  .......  ...............
 189 MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC       .......          103,046  .......           69,046  .......          -34,000
      EQUIPMENT [OPA-3]
 190 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT      .......            2,233  .......            7,733  .......           +5,500
      [OTH]
 192 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER   .......           44,483  .......           44,483  .......  ...............
      TESTING
 193 AMC CRITICAL ITEMS OPA3      .......           13,104  .......           13,104  .......  ...............
 194 MA8975                       .......            3,894  .......            3,894  .......  ...............
 195 BCT UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLE  .......           20,046  .......           20,046  .......  ...............
 196 BCT TRAINING/LOGISTICS/      .......           61,581  .......           49,436  .......          -12,145
      MANAGEMENT
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT   .......        2,923,338  .......        2,708,543  .......         -214,795
            EQUIPMENT

     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS
 197 INITIAL SPARES--C&E;          .......           38,707  .......           36,079  .......           -2,628
     WIN-T INCREMENT 2 SPARES     .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPARE AND       .......           38,707  .......           36,079  .......           -2,628
            REPAIR PARTS

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS          .......            2,560  .......            2,560  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER           .......        9,765,808  .......        8,150,227  .......       -1,615,581
            PROCUREMENT, ARMY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2SEMITRAILERS,               38,713  ..............         -38,713
     FLATBED
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............         -38,713
         of need
   5FAMILY OF MEDIUM           918,195         693,495        -224,700
     TACTICAL VEHICLE
     [FMTV]
        Pricing         ..............  ..............        -224,700
         adjustment
   8PLS ESP                    100,108          97,708          -2,400
        Excess to need  ..............  ..............          -2,400
  10MINE PROTECTION            230,978          17,500        -213,478
     VEHICLE FAMILY
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............        -230,978
         Title IX
        Mine Resistant  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Ambush
         Protected
         Vehicles
         Virtual
         Trainers for
         the AL ARNG
        Mine Resistant  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Ambush
         Protected
         Vehicles
         Virtual
         Trainers for
         the CA ARNG
        Mine Resistant  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Ambush
         Protected
         Vehicles
         Virtual
         Trainers for
         the ID ARNG
        Mine Resistant  ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Ambush
         Protected
         Vehicles
         Virtual
         Trainers for
         the LA ARNG
        Mine Resistant  ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Ambush
         Protected
         Vehicles
         Virtual
         Trainers for
         the UT ARNG
  12TRUCK, TRACTOR,             37,519          21,519         -16,000
     LINE HAUL, M915/
     M916
        Excess to need  ..............  ..............         -16,000
  15MODIFICATION OF IN         349,256  ..............        -349,256
     SERVICE EQUIPMENT
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............         -56,300
         of need
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............        -292,956
         Title IX
  16ITEMS LESS THAN     ..............           3,000          +3,000
     $5.0 MILLION
     (TACTIC VEHICLE)
        Ultra Light     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Utility
         Vehicles for
         the ARNG
  19HEAVY ARMORED                1,875  ..............          -1,875
     SEDAN
        Slow execution  ..............  ..............          -1,875
  20PASSENGER CARRYING           3,323           1,323          -2,000
     VEHICLES
        Slow execution  ..............  ..............          -2,000
  24WIN-T GROUND               421,798         396,798         -25,000
     FORCES TACTICAL
     NETWORK
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............         -30,000
         growth
        Dismounted      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Soldier
         Network
         Extension
  37JOINT TACTICAL             209,568         141,768         -67,800
     RADIO SYSTEM
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............         -67,800
         of need
  39SINCGARS FAMILY             14,504          19,604           5,100
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............          -1,900
         growth
        Radio           ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Personality
         Modules for
         SINCGARS Test
         Sets
  42COMMUNICATIONS               5,965           7,765          +1,800
     ELECTRONICS
     EQUIPMENT
     FIELDING
        Mobile C3 and   ..............  ..............          +1,800
         Asset
         Tracking
         Equipment for
         the TX  ARNG
  44IMS REMOTE CONTROL           6,603  ..............          -6,603
     UNIT
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............          -6,603
         of need
  53BASE SUPPORT                28,406          30,206          +1,800
     COMMUNICATIONS
        Drill Hall      ..............  ..............          +1,100
         Communication
         s for the MN
         ARNG
        Emergency       ..............  ..............            +700
         Communication
         s Management
         System for
         the MN ARNG
  70DCGS-A [MIP]               137,424  ..............        -137,424
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............        -137,424
         Title IX
  77WARLOCK                     24,127          16,127          -8,000
        Excess to need  ..............  ..............          -8,000
  84NIGHT VISION                70,528          72,528          +2,000
     DEVICES
        Modular Crew    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Served Weapon
         Light
  85LONG RANGE                 255,641         216,941         -38,700
     ADVANCED SCOUT
     SURVEILLANCE
     SYSTEM
        Excess to need  ..............  ..............         -38,700
  91ARTILLERY ACCURACY           6,042  ..............          -6,042
     EQUIPMENT
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............          -6,042
         of need
 101COUNTERFIRE RADARS         275,867  ..............        -275,867
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............        -275,867
         Title IX
 110AUTOMATIC                   10,858          12,858          +2,000
     IDENTIFICATION
     TECHNOLOGY
        Automatic       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Identificatio
         n Technology
         for Red River
         Army Depot
 137GROUND STANDOFF             35,002          38,502          +3,500
     MINE DETECTION
     SYSTEM
        FIDO            ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Explosives
         Detection
 147GROUND SOLDIER             110,524  ..............        -110,524
     SYSTEM
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -18,600
         RDA, line 70
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............         -91,924
         of need
 154DISTRIBUTION               175,069         164,369         -10,700
     SYSTEMS,
     PETROLEUM & WATER
        Correct         ..............  ..............         -10,700
         production
         ramp
 155WATER PURIFICATION           3,597  ..............          -3,597
     SYSTEMS
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............          -3,597
         of need
 156COMBAT SUPPORT              30,365          30,865            +500
     MEDICAL
        Doppler-Based,  ..............  ..............            +500
         Dual Mode,
         Noise Immune
         Stethoscope
         for Medical
         Evacuation
 157MOBILE MAINTENANCE         159,285         139,985         -19,300
     EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............         -19,300
         growth
 163MISSION MODULES--           62,111          45,111         -17,000
     ENGINEERING
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............         -17,000
         growth
 168HIGH MOBILITY               64,959          53,159         -11,800
     ENGINEER
     EXCAVATOR [HMEE]
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............         -11,800
         growth
 170ITEMS LESS THAN             20,565          15,565          -5,000
     $5.0 MILLION
     (CONSTRUCTION
     EQUIPMENT)
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............          -5,000
         growth
 179TRAINING DEVICES,          297,200         340,200         +43,000
     NONSYSTEM
        Combat Skills   ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Marksmanship
         Trainer
        Immersive       ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Group
         Simulation
         Virtual
         Training
         System for
         the HI ARNG
        Virtual Door    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Gunner
         Trainers for
         the AK ARNG
        Virtual         ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Interactive
         Combat
         Environment
         for the NJ
         ARNG
        Wheeled         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Vehicle
         Virtual
         Operations
         Trainers for
         the TN ARNG
        Training Range  ..............  ..............         +25,000
         Upgrades
 185TEST EQUIPMENT              19,166          18,166          -1,000
     MODERNIZATION
     [TEMOD]
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............          -1,000
         of need
 186RAPID EQUIPPING             42,229  ..............         -42,229
     SOLDIER SUPPORT
     EQUIPMENT
        Excess to need  ..............  ..............         -42,229
 189MODIFICATION OF IN-        103,046          69,046         -34,000
     SVC EQUIPMENT
     [OPA-3]
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............         -34,000
         growth
 190PRODUCTION BASE              2,233           7,733          +5,500
     SUPPORT [OTH]
        Container       ..............  ..............          +5,500
         Gantry Crane,
         Blue Grass
         Army Depot
 196BCT TRAINING/               61,581          49,436         -12,145
     LOGISTICS/
     MANAGEMENT
        Adjustment for  ..............  ..............         -12,145
         cancelled
         program
 197INITIAL SPARES--            38,707          36,079          -2,628
     C&E;
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............          -2,628
         APA, line 34
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       Aircraft Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $18,643,221,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  18,508,613,000
Committee recommendation................................  17,614,249,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$17,614,249,000. This is $894,364,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY

     COMBAT AIRCRAFT
   1 EA-18G                            12        1,028,801       12          982,910  .......          -45,891
   2 EA-18G [AP-CY]               .......           55,081  .......           55,081  .......  ...............
   3 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET        22        1,784,894       22        1,700,333  .......          -84,561
      [MYP]
   4 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET   .......            2,295  .......            2,295  .......  ...............
      [MYP] [AP-CY]
   5 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER, cv           7        1,667,093        6        1,457,493       -1         -209,600
   6 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER         .......          219,895  .......          219,895  .......  ...............
      ADVANCE PROCUREMENT [CY]
   7 JSF STOVL                         13        2,289,816       10        1,729,416       -3         -560,400
   8 JSF STOVL [AP-CY]            .......          286,326  .......          286,326  .......  ...............
   9 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)                30        2,121,036       30        2,121,036  .......  ...............
  10 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT) [AP-CY]   .......           81,875  .......           81,875  .......  ...............
  11 UH-1Y/AH-1Z                       28          738,709       28          738,709  .......  ...............
  12 UH-1Y/AH-1Z [AP-CY]          .......           69,360  .......           58,560  .......          -10,800
  13 MH-60S [MYP]                      18          478,591       18          478,591  .......  ...............
  14 MH-60S [MYP] [AP-CY]         .......           70,080  .......           70,080  .......  ...............
  15 MH-60R                            24          897,933       24          897,933  .......  ...............
  16 MH-60R [AP-CY]               .......          162,006  .......          162,006  .......  ...............
  17 P-8A POSEIDON                      7        1,824,437        7        1,824,437  .......  ...............
  18 P-8A POSEIDON (ADVANCED      .......          166,153  .......          166,153  .......  ...............
      PROCUREMENT)
  19 E-2C (EARLY WARNING)               4          819,184        4          819,184  .......  ...............
      HAWKEYE [MYP]
  20 E-2C (EARLY WARNING)         .......          118,619  .......          118,619  .......  ...............
      HAWKEYE [MYP] [AP-CY]
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT          .......       14,882,184  .......       13,970,932  .......         -911,252
            AIRCRAFT

     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
  21 C-40A                        .......  ...............  .......           74,100  .......          +74,100
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT         .......  ...............  .......           74,100  .......          +74,100
            AIRCRAFT

     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  22 JPATS                             38          266,065       38          266,065  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRAINER         .......          266,065  .......          266,065  .......  ...............
            AIRCRAFT

     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  25 RQ-7 UAV                     .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  26 MQ-8 UAV                           3           47,484        3           47,484  .......  ...............
  27 STUASL0 UAV                       18           23,912       18  ...............  .......          -23,912
     OTHER SUPPORT AIRCRAFT       .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT  .......           71,396  .......           47,484  .......          -23,912

     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
  29 EA-6 SERIES                  .......           14,891  .......           14,891  .......  ...............
  30 AEA SYSTEMS                  .......           33,772  .......           33,772  .......  ...............
  31 AV-8 SERIES                  .......           19,386  .......           19,386  .......  ...............
  32 F-18 SERIES                  .......          492,821  .......          483,421  .......           -9,400
  33 H-46 SERIES                  .......           17,685  .......           17,685  .......  ...............
  34 AH-1W SERIES                 .......           11,011  .......           11,011  .......  ...............
  35 H-53 SERIES                  .......           25,871  .......           25,871  .......  ...............
  36 SH-60 SERIES                 .......           67,779  .......           67,779  .......  ...............
  37 H-1 SERIES                   .......            3,060  .......            3,060  .......  ...............
  38 EP-3 SERIES                  .......           90,323  .......           90,323  .......  ...............
  39 P-3 SERIES                   .......          221,982  .......          186,982  .......          -35,000
  40 E-2 SERIES                   .......           47,046  .......           72,046  .......          +25,000
  41 TRAINER A/C SERIES           .......           23,999  .......           23,999  .......  ...............
  42 C-2A                         .......           16,020  .......           16,020  .......  ...............
  43 C-130 SERIES                 .......           17,839  .......           17,839  .......  ...............
  44 FEWSG                        .......           21,928  .......           21,928  .......  ...............
  45 CARGO/TRANSPORT A/C SERIES   .......           16,092  .......           16,092  .......  ...............
  46 E-6 SERIES                   .......          149,164  .......          131,864  .......          -17,300
  47 EXECUTIVE HELICOPTERS        .......           43,443  .......           43,443  .......  ...............
      SERIES
  48 SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT     .......           14,679  .......           14,679  .......  ...............
  49 T-45 SERIES                  .......           61,515  .......           61,515  .......  ...............
  50 POWER PLANT CHANGES          .......           19,948  .......           19,948  .......  ...............
  51 JPATS SERIES                 .......            1,831  .......            1,831  .......  ...............
  52 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT MODS   .......            8,084  .......            8,084  .......  ...............
  53 COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT         .......           21,947  .......           21,947  .......  ...............
  54 COMMON AVIONICS CHANGES      .......          101,120  .......          101,120  .......  ...............
  56 ID SYSTEMS                   .......           20,397  .......           20,397  .......  ...............
  57 RQ-7 SERIES                  .......           18,121  .......           18,121  .......  ...............
  58 V-22 (TILT/ROTOR ACFT)       .......           21,985  .......           21,985  .......  ...............
      OSPREY
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION    .......        1,623,739  .......        1,587,039  .......          -36,700
            OF AIRCRAFT

     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR
      PARTS
  59 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      .......        1,244,673  .......        1,244,673  .......  ...............

     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
      AND FACILITIES
  60 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT      .......          322,063  .......          325,463  .......           +3,400
  61 AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL          .......           17,998  .......           17,998  .......  ...............
      FACILITIES
  62 WAR CONSUMABLES              .......           25,248  .......           25,248  .......  ...............
  63 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES     .......            7,579  .......            7,579  .......  ...............
  64 SPECIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT    .......           45,916  .......           45,916  .......  ...............
  65 FIRST DESTINATION            .......            1,752  .......            1,752  .......  ...............
      TRANSPORTATION
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT        .......          420,556  .......          423,956  .......           +3,400
            SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
            AND FACILITIES
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT        .......       18,508,613  .......       17,614,249  .......         -894,364
            PROCUREMENT, NAVY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1EA-18G                   1,028,801         982,910         -45,891
        Savings from    ..............  ..............         -45,891
         multiyear
         procurement
   3F/A-18E/F                1,784,894       1,700,333         -84,561
     (FIGHTER) HORNET
     [MYP]
        Savings from    ..............  ..............         -84,561
         multiyear
         procurement
   5JOINT STRIKE             1,667,093       1,457,493        -209,600
     FIGHTER CV
        Delete 1        ..............  ..............        -209,600
         aircraft
   7JOINT STRIKE             2,289,816       1,729,416        -560,400
     FIGHTER STOVL
        Delete 3        ..............  ..............        -560,400
         aircraft
  12UH-1Y/AH-1Z                 69,360          58,560         -10,800
     ADVANCE
     PROCUREMENT
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............         -10,800
         cost growth
  14MH-60S ADVANCE              70,080          70,080  ..............
     PROCUREMENT
        Economic order  ..............  ..............          -3,700
         quantity for
         MYP
        Advance         ..............  ..............          +3,700
         procurement
         funding
  16MH-60R ADVANCE             162,006         162,006  ..............
     PROCUREMENT
        Economic order  ..............  ..............         -32,300
         quantity for
         MYP
        Advance         ..............  ..............         +32,300
         procurement
         funding
  21C-40A               ..............          74,100          74,100
        Add 1 aircraft  ..............  ..............         +74,100
  27STUASL0 UAV                 23,912  ..............         -23,912
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............         -23,912
         of need
  32F-18 SERIES                492,821         483,421          -9,400
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............          -9,400
         cost growth
  39P-3 SERIES                 221,982         186,982         -35,000
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............         -35,000
         cost growth
  40E-2 SERIES                  47,046          72,046          25,000
        Reliability     ..............  ..............         +25,000
         enhancements
         for E-2C
  46E-6 SERIES                 149,164         131,864         -17,300
        Funded ahead    ..............  ..............         -17,300
         of need
  60COMMON GROUND              322,063         325,463          +3,400
     EQUIPMENT
        Direct          ..............  ..............          +3,400
         Squadron
         Support
         Readiness
         Training
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       Weapons Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $3,357,572,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   3,359,794,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,269,051,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,269,051,000. This is $90,743,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

       WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY

     BALLISTIC MISSILES

     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
   1 TRIDENT II MODS                   24        1,106,911       24        1,106,911  .......  ...............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND
      FACILITIES
   2 MISSILE INDUSTRIAL           .......            3,446  .......            3,446  .......  ...............
      FACILITIES
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BALLISTIC       .......        1,110,357  .......        1,110,357  .......  ...............
            MISSILES

     OTHER MISSILES

     STRATEGIC MISSILES
   3 TOMAHAWK                         196          300,178      196          300,178  .......  ...............

     TACTICAL MISSILES
   4 AMRAAM                           101          155,553      101          155,553  .......  ...............
   5 SIDEWINDER                       146           52,293      146           52,293  .......  ...............
   6 JSOW                             333          131,141      333          131,141  .......  ...............
   7 STANDARD MISSILE                  67          295,922       40          212,385      -27          -83,537
   8 RAM                               90           74,976       90           69,976  .......           -5,000
   9 HELLFIRE                         575           43,495      575           43,495  .......  ...............
  10 AERIAL TARGETS               .......           43,988  .......           43,988  .......  ...............
  11 OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT        .......            3,981  .......            3,981  .......  ...............

     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
  12 ESSM                              33           48,152       33           48,152  .......  ...............
  13 HARM MODS                    .......           53,543  .......           53,543  .......  ...............
  14 STANDARD MISSILES MODS       .......           61,896  .......           61,896  .......  ...............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND
      FACILITIES
  15 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL           .......            3,281  .......            7,281  .......           +4,000
      FACILITIES
  16 FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW-       1          505,734        1          505,734  .......  ...............
      ON
  17 FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW- .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      ON [AP-CY]

     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  18 ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT   .......           52,152  .......           52,152  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES  .......        1,826,285  .......        1,741,748  .......          -84,537

     TORPEDOES AND RELATED
      EQUIPMENT

     TORPEDOES AND RELATED
      EQUIPMENT
  19 ASW TARGETS                  .......           10,123  .......           10,123  .......  ...............

     MOD OF TORPEDOES AND
      RELATED EQUIPMENT
  20 MK-46 TORPEDO MODS           .......           42,144  .......           42,144  .......  ...............
  21 MK-48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS     .......           43,559  .......           43,559  .......  ...............
  22 QUICKSTRIKE MINE             .......            6,090  .......            6,090  .......  ...............

     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  23 TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT    .......           43,766  .......           43,766  .......  ...............
  24 ASW RANGE SUPPORT            .......            9,557  .......            9,557  .......  ...............

     DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION
  25 FIRST DESTINATION            .......            3,494  .......            3,494  .......  ...............
      TRANSPORTATION
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND   .......          158,733  .......          158,733  .......  ...............
            RELATED EQUIPMENT

     OTHER WEAPONS

     GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS
  26 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS       .......           14,316  .......           14,316  .......  ...............

     MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND
      GUN MOUNTS
  27 CIWS MODS                    .......           41,408  .......           41,408  .......  ...............
  28 COAST GUARD WEAPONS          .......           20,657  .......           13,259  .......           -7,398
  29 GUN MOUNT MODS               .......           43,991  .......           54,991  .......          +11,000
  30 LCS MODULE WEAPONS           .......            9,808  .......  ...............  .......           -9,808
  31 CRUISER MODERNIZATION        .......           52,426  .......           52,426  .......  ...............
      WEAPONS
  32 AIRBORNE MINE                .......           23,007  .......           23,007  .......  ...............
      NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEMS

     OTHER
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS   .......          205,613  .......          199,407  .......           -6,206

  35 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      .......           58,806  .......           58,806  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS         .......        3,359,794  .......        3,269,051  .......          -90,743
            PROCUREMENT, NAVY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                          [Dollar amounts in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                    2011 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line                     Item                     2011 quantity     estimate     recommendation  budget request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    7 STANDARD MISSILE                                      67         295,922         212,385         -83,537
          Smooth production ramp--SM 6                      40  ..............  ..............         -83,537
    8 RAM                                                   90          74,976          69,976          -5,000
          Program rebaselined, Milestone C      ..............  ..............  ..............          -5,000
           slip for Block II
   15 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES             ..............           3,281           7,281          +4,000
          ABL Accelerate facility restoration   ..............  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           program
   28 COAST GUARD WEAPONS                       ..............          20,657          13,259          -7,398
          CIWS ahead of need                    ..............  ..............  ..............          -5,698
          MK160 ahead of need                   ..............  ..............  ..............          -1,700
   29 GUN MOUNT MODS                            ..............          43,991          54,991         +11,000
          Mk 110 Naval Gun System               ..............  ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Mk 38 Mod 2 Minor Caliber Gun System  ..............  ..............  ..............          +5,000
   30 LCS MODULE WEAPONS                        ..............           9,808  ..............          -9,808
          NLOS program termination              ..............  ..............  ..............          -9,808
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Standard Missile Service Life Extension Program.--The 
Committee believes that the Service Life Extension Program for 
the family of Standard Missiles has been beneficial and cost 
effective for the standard missile program. The Committee 
encourages the Navy to continue the program and examine ways to 
incorporate a regrain program for the Mk-72 and the Mk-104 for 
SM-6 during fiscal year 2011.

            Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $800,651,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     817,991,000
Committee recommendation................................     795,114,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $795,114,000. 
This is $22,877,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY &

     PROC AMMO, NAVY

     NAVY AMMUNITION
   1 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS        .......           80,028  .......           80,028  .......  ...............
   2 JDAM                         .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
   3 AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES  .......           38,721  .......           23,927  .......          -14,794
   4 MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION       .......           21,003  .......           21,003  .......  ...............
   5 PRACTICE BOMBS               .......           33,666  .......           33,666  .......  ...............
   6 CARTRIDGES & CART ACTUATED   .......           53,667  .......           50,667  .......           -3,000
      DEVICES
   7 AIR EXPENDABLE               .......           59,626  .......           59,626  .......  ...............
      COUNTERMEASURES
   8 JATOS                        .......            2,869  .......            2,869  .......  ...............
   9 5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION     .......           34,492  .......           33,492  .......           -1,000
  10 INTERMEDIATE CALIBER GUN     .......           37,234  .......           37,234  .......  ...............
      AMMUNITION
  11 OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION    .......           36,275  .......           36,275  .......  ...............
  12 SMALL ARMS & LANDING PARTY   .......           46,192  .......           46,192  .......  ...............
      AMMO
  13 PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION   .......           11,310  .......           11,310  .......  ...............
  14 AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5      .......            4,105  .......            4,105  .......  ...............
      MILLION
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROC AMMO,      .......          459,188  .......          440,394  .......          -18,794
            NAVY

     PROC AMMO, MARINE CORPS

     MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION
  15 SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION        .......           64,839  .......           64,839  .......  ...............
  16 LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES    .......           15,329  .......           15,329  .......  ...............
  17 40 MM, ALL TYPES             .......           62,835  .......           62,835  .......  ...............
  18 60MM, ALL TYPES              .......           17,877  .......           17,877  .......  ...............
  19 81MM, ALL TYPES              .......           41,053  .......           41,053  .......  ...............
  20 120MM, ALL TYPES             .......            6,458  .......            6,458  .......  ...............
  21 CTG 25MM, ALL TYPES          .......            2,937  .......            2,937  .......  ...............
  22 GRENADES, ALL TYPES          .......            9,298  .......            8,092  .......           -1,206
  23 ROCKETS, ALL TYPES           .......           13,995  .......           13,995  .......  ...............
  24 ARTILLERY, ALL TYPES         .......           70,423  .......           67,546  .......           -2,877
  25 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL    .......           19,464  .......           19,464  .......  ...............
      TYPES
  26 FUZE, ALL TYPES              .......           18,032  .......           18,032  .......  ...............
  27 NON LETHALS                  .......            3,009  .......            3,009  .......  ...............
  28 AMMO MODERNIZATION           .......            8,985  .......            8,985  .......  ...............
  29 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION   .......            4,269  .......            4,269  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROC AMMO,      .......          358,803  .......          354,720  .......           -4,083
            MARINE CORPS
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF  .......          817,991  .......          795,114  .......          -22,877
            AMMO, NAVY & MARINE
            CORPS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            2011 budget      Committee      Change from
Line         Item            estimate     recommendation  budget request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3AIRBORNE ROCKETS,           38,721          23,927         -14,794
     ALL TYPES
        MK 66 Rocket    ..............  ..............          -5,244
         Motor (mod 4)
         Unit cost
         efficiencies
        2.75''          ..............  ..............          -9,550
         Launcher Unit
         cost
         efficiencies
   6CARTRIDGES AND              53,667          50,667          -3,000
     CART ACTUATED
     DEVICES
        Program         ..............  ..............          -3,000
         execution
         delays
   95 INCH/54 GUN               34,492          33,492          -1,000
     AMMUNITION
        Product         ..............  ..............          -1,000
         improvement
         growth
  22GRENADES, ALL                9,298           8,092          -1,206
     TYPES
        Funding ahead   ..............  ..............          -1,206
         of need for
         Scorpion
  24ARTILLERY, ALL              70,423          67,546          -2,877
     TYPES
        Decrease to     ..............  ..............          -2,877
         reduce
         backlog in
         MACS M232
         production
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $13,881,532,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  15,724,520,000
Committee recommendation................................  15,109,028,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$15,109,028,000. This is $615,492,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION,

     OTHER WARSHIPS
   1 CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM  .......        1,731,256  .......        1,731,256  .......  ...............
   2 CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM  .......          908,313  .......          908,313  .......  ...............
      [AP-CY]
   3 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE           2        3,441,452        2        3,441,452  .......  ...............
   4 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE     .......        1,691,236  .......        1,691,236  .......  ...............
      [AP-CY]
   5 CVN REFUELING OVERHAUL       .......        1,255,799  .......        1,255,799  .......  ...............
   6 CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS [AP- .......          408,037  .......          408,037  .......  ...............
      CY]
   9 DDG 1000                     .......          186,312  .......          186,312  .......  ...............
  10 DDG-51                             2        2,922,190        2        2,922,190  .......  ...............
  11 DDG-51 [AP-CY]               .......           47,984  .......           47,984  .......  ...............
  12 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP               2        1,230,984        1          615,492       -1         -615,492
  13 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP [AP-    .......          278,351  .......          278,351  .......  ...............
      CY]
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS  .......       14,101,914  .......       13,486,422  .......         -615,492

     AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS
  16 LHA REPLACEMENT [AP-CY]            1          949,897        1          949,897  .......  ...............
  18 INTRATHEATER CONNECTOR             1          180,703        1          180,703  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS      .......        1,130,600  .......        1,130,600  .......  ...............
            SHIPS

     AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND
      PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM COSTS
  19 OCEANOGRAPHIC SHIPS                1           88,561        1           88,561  .......  ...............
  20 OUTFITTING                   .......          306,640  .......          306,640  .......  ...............
  21 SERVICE CRAFT                .......           13,770  .......           13,770  .......  ...............
  22 LCAC SLEP                          4           83,035        4           83,035  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AUXILIARIES,    .......          492,006  .......          492,006  .......  ...............
            CRAFT, AND PRIOR-
            YEAR PROGRAM
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING &  .......       15,724,520  .......       15,109,028  .......         -615,492
            CONVERSION, NAVY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2011 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  12LITTORAL COMBAT        1,230,984          615,492         -615,492
     SHIP
        Reduce one   ...............         -615,492         -615,492
         ship
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Littoral Combat Ship [LCS].--The fiscal year 2011 budget 
request included $1,230,984,000 for the construction of two LCS 
ships and $278,351,000 in advance procurement funding for 
future ships. The Committee supports the revised acquisition 
strategy for the LCS program and the decision to down-select to 
one variant in fiscal year 2010. The Committee, however, is 
concerned with the very aggressive construction schedule 
proposed in the budget request. Based on the historical poor 
cost and schedule performance of the program, including the 
current delay in the down-select decision, the Committee is 
concerned that the proposed ramp up to construct four ships in 
fiscal year 2011 is too aggressive and may be unexecutable. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends re-phasing the LCS 
construction schedule by reducing the budget request by 
$615,492,000 and one ship in fiscal year 2011. The Committee 
directs the Navy to add one LCS back into the program during 
the Future Years Defense Plan.

                        Other Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $5,441,234,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   6,450,208,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,986,185,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,986,185,000. This is $464,023,000 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]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                               Change from
Line              Item                Qty.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY

     SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT
   1 LM-2500 GAS TURBINE          .......           12,137  .......           12,137  .......  ...............
   2 ALLISON 501K GAS TURBINE     .......           14,923  .......           14,923  .......  ...............

     NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
   4 OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT   .......           23,167  .......           23,167  .......  ...............

     PERISCOPES
   5 SUB PERISCOPES & IMAGING     .......           85,619  .......           85,619  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT

     OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT
   6 DDG MOD                      .......          296,691  .......          293,091  .......           -3,600
   7 FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT       .......           11,974  .......           11,974  .......  ...............
   8 COMMAND AND CONTROL          .......            3,962  .......  ...............  .......           -3,962
      SWITCHBOARD
   9 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT  .......           25,614  .......           25,614  .......  ...............
  10 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT  .......            7,730  .......            7,730  .......  ...............
  11 VIRGINIA CLASS SUPPORT       .......          132,039  .......          132,039  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  12 SUBMARINE BATTERIES          .......           44,057  .......           44,057  .......  ...............
  13 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT   .......           22,811  .......           22,811  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  14 DSSP EQUIPMENT               .......            3,869  .......            3,869  .......  ...............
  15 CG--MODERNIZATION            .......          356,958  .......          350,958  .......           -6,000
  16 LCAC                         .......            9,142  .......            3,142  .......           -6,000
  18 UNDERWATER EOD PROGRAMS      .......           15,908  .......           15,908  .......  ...............
  19 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION   .......          126,842  .......          126,842  .......  ...............
  20 CHEMICAL WARFARE DETECTORS   .......            7,470  .......            7,470  .......  ...............
  21 SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT       .......           13,016  .......           13,016  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM

     REACTOR PLANT EQUIPMENT
  22 REACTOR POWER UNITS          .......          438,503  .......          438,503  .......  ...............
  23 REACTOR COMPONENTS           .......          266,469  .......          266,469  .......  ...............

     OCEAN ENGINEERING
  24 DIVING AND SALVAGE           .......           10,227  .......           10,227  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT

     SMALL BOATS
  25 STANDARD BOATS               .......           27,725  .......           57,225  .......          +29,500

     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
  26 OTHER SHIPS TRAINING         .......           16,094  .......           16,094  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT

     PRODUCTION FACILITIES
      EQUIPMENT
  27 OPERATING FORCES IPE         .......           49,856  .......           53,556  .......           +3,700

     OTHER SHIP SUPPORT
  28 NUCLEAR ALTERATIONS          .......          116,829  .......          116,829  .......  ...............
  29 LCS MODULES                  .......           82,951  .......           50,033  .......          -32,918
  30 LSD MIDLIFE                  .......          106,612  .......          103,612  .......           -3,000
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT   .......        2,329,195  .......        2,306,915  .......          -22,280
            EQUIPMENT

     COMMUNICATIONS AND
      ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

     SHIP RADARS
  31 RADAR SUPPORT                .......           12,030  .......           12,030  .......  ...............

     SHIP SONARS
  32 SPQ-9B RADAR                 .......            8,887  .......            8,887  .......  ...............
  33 AN/SQQ-89 SURF ASW COMBAT    .......           87,219  .......           87,219  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
  34 SSN ACOUSTICS                .......          237,015  .......          234,015  .......           -3,000
  35 UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT     .......           29,641  .......           29,641  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  36 SONAR SWITCHES AND           .......           14,056  .......           14,056  .......  ...............
      TRANSDUCERS

     ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  37 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE   .......           20,739  .......           20,739  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
  38 SSTD                         .......            2,206  .......  ...............  .......           -2,206
  39 FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM    .......           57,481  .......           57,481  .......  ...............
  40 SURTASS                      .......            8,468  .......            8,468  .......  ...............
  41 TACTICAL SUPPORT CENTER      .......           18,586  .......           18,586  .......  ...............

     ELECTRONIC WARFARE
      EQUIPMENT
  42 AN/SLQ-32                    .......           49,677  .......           26,677  .......          -23,000

     RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT
  43 SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT         .......          105,624  .......          105,624  .......  ...............
  44 AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION     .......            1,299  .......            1,299  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM [AIS]

     SUBMARINE SURVEILLANCE
      EQUIPMENT
  45 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT  .......           71,558  .......           71,558  .......  ...............
      PROGRAM

     OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC
      EQUIPMENT
  46 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT       .......           31,091  .......           25,691  .......           -5,400
      CAPABILITY
  47 TRUSTED INFORMATION SYSTEM   .......              338  .......              338  .......  ...............
      [TIS]
  48 NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND       .......           33,358  .......           33,358  .......  ...............
      SUPPORT SYSTEM [NTCSS]
  49 ATDLS                        .......            2,273  .......            2,273  .......  ...............
  50 NAVY COMMAND AND CONTROL     .......            8,920  .......            8,920  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM [NCCS]
  51 MINESWEEPING SYSTEM          .......           81,441  .......           69,009  .......          -12,432
      REPLACEMENT
  52 SHALLOW WATER MCM            .......            9,236  .......            9,236  .......  ...............
  53 NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS        .......            9,319  .......            9,319  .......  ...............
      (SPACE)
  54 ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV    .......            3,328  .......            3,328  .......  ...............
  55 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT   .......            4,248  .......            4,248  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT

     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
  56 OTHER TRAINING EQUIPMENT     .......           29,061  .......           29,061  .......  ...............

     AVIATION ELECTRONIC
      EQUIPMENT
  57 MATCALS                      .......           16,747  .......           14,747  .......           -2,000
  58 SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC        .......            7,658  .......            7,658  .......  ...............
      CONTROL
  59 AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING    .......           15,169  .......           15,169  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
  60 NATIONAL AIR SPACE SYSTEM    .......           17,531  .......           17,531  .......  ...............
  61 AIR STATION SUPPORT          .......            6,851  .......            6,851  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  62 MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM     .......            8,551  .......            8,551  .......  ...............
  63 ID SYSTEMS                   .......           29,572  .......           29,572  .......  ...............
  64 TAC A/C MISSION PLANNING     .......            9,098  .......            9,098  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM [TAMPS]

     OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC
      EQUIPMENT
  65 DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND     .......            8,542  .......            8,542  .......  ...............
      AND CONT
  66 TADIX-B                      .......            6,909  .......            2,944  .......           -3,965
  67 GCCS-M EQUIPMENT TACTICAL/   .......            9,832  .......            9,832  .......  ...............
      MOBILE
  68 DCGS-N                       .......           16,634  .......           16,634  .......  ...............
  69 CANES                        .......           34,398  .......           10,264  .......          -24,134
  70 RADIAC                       .......            6,104  .......            6,104  .......  ...............
  71 CANES-INTELL                 .......           10,432  .......            3,140  .......           -7,292
  72 GPETE                        .......            5,861  .......            5,861  .......  ...............
  73 INTEGRATED COMBAT SYSTEM     .......            4,445  .......            4,445  .......  ...............
      TEST FACILITY
  74 EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION  .......            4,737  .......            4,737  .......  ...............
  75 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION   .......           51,048  .......           51,048  .......  ...............

     SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS
  78 SHIP COMMUNICATIONS          .......          260,551  .......          242,699  .......          -17,852
      AUTOMATION
  79 MARITIME DOMAIN AWARENESS    .......            9,250  .......            7,650  .......           -1,600
      [MDA]
  80 COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER   .......           39,846  .......           31,169  .......           -8,677
      $5M

     SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS
  82 SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION      .......           59,013  .......           56,766  .......           -2,247
      EQUIPMENT

     SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  83 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS     .......           28,665  .......           28,665  .......  ...............
      SYSTEMS
  84 NAVY MULTIBAND TERMINAL      .......          161,021  .......          161,021  .......  ...............
      [NMT]

     SHORE COMMUNICATIONS
  85 JCS COMMUNICATIONS           .......            2,256  .......            2,256  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  86 ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS     .......            1,309  .......            1,309  .......  ...............
  87 NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS   .......            3,422  .......            3,422  .......  ...............

     CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
  88 INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY        .......          120,529  .......          118,029  .......           -2,500
      PROGRAM [ISSP]

     CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT
  89 CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS   .......           18,322  .......           18,322  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT

     OTHER ELECTRONIC SUPPORT
  90 COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT        .......           20,189  .......           20,189  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS  .......        1,931,591  .......        1,815,286  .......         -116,305
            AND ELECTRONICS
            EQUIPMENT

     AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     SONOBUOYS
  92 SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES         .......           87,846  .......           87,846  .......  ...............

     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  93 WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT        .......           51,742  .......           68,200  .......          +16,458
      EQUIPMENT
  94 EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELDS      .......            8,429  .......            8,429  .......  ...............
  95 AIRCRAFT REARMING EQUIPMENT  .......           11,134  .......           11,134  .......  ...............
  96 AIRCRAFT LAUNCH & RECOVERY   .......           37,063  .......           32,063  .......           -5,000
      EQUIPMENT
  97 METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT     .......           25,581  .......           25,581  .......  ...............
  98 OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC           .......            1,573  .......            1,573  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  99 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT        .......           40,696  .......           24,796  .......          -15,900
 100 AIRBORNE MINE                .......           35,855  .......           35,855  .......  ...............
      COUNTERMEASURES
 101 LAMPS MK III SHIPBOARD       .......           20,662  .......           16,382  .......           -4,280
      EQUIPMENT
 102 PORTABLE ELECTRONIC          .......           12,812  .......           12,812  .......  ...............
      MAINTENANCE AIDS
 103 OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT       .......           12,018  .......           12,018  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AVIATION        .......          345,411  .......          336,689  .......           -8,722
            SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     SHIP GUN SYSTEM EQUIPMENT
 104 NAVAL FIRES CONTROL SYSTEM   .......            1,086  .......            1,086  .......  ...............
 105 GUN FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT   .......            8,076  .......            8,076  .......  ...............

     SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS
      EQUIPMENT
 106 NATO SEASPARROW              .......           11,121  .......           11,121  .......  ...............
 107 RAM GMLS                     .......           11,805  .......           11,805  .......  ...............
 108 SHIP SELF-DEFENSE SYSTEM     .......           54,290  .......           54,290  .......  ...............
 109 AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT      .......          162,307  .......           89,807  .......          -72,500
 110 TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT   .......           88,698  .......           88,698  .......  ...............
 111 VERTICAL LAUNCH SYSTEMS      .......            5,698  .......            5,698  .......  ...............

     FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 112 STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS    .......          184,034  .......          164,034  .......          -20,000
      EQUIPMENT

     ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 113 SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS   .......           88,004  .......           88,004  .......  ...............
 114 SUBMARINE ASW SUPPORT        .......            5,282  .......            5,282  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
 115 SURFACE ASW SUPPORT          .......            8,323  .......            8,323  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
 116 ASW RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT  .......            7,121  .......            7,121  .......  ...............

     OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
 117 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL  .......           58,288  .......           63,188  .......           +4,900
      EQUIPMENT
 118 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION   .......            3,546  .......            3,546  .......  ...............

     OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE
 119 ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY      .......           36,588  .......           36,588  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
 120 SURFACE TRAINING DEVICE      .......            7,337  .......            7,337  .......  ...............
      MODS
 121 SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE    .......           34,519  .......           34,519  .......  ...............
      MODS
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ORDNANCE        .......          776,123  .......          688,523  .......          -87,600
            SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
 122 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES  .......            3,719  .......            3,719  .......  ...............
 123 GENERAL PURPOSE TRUCKS       .......              584  .......              584  .......  ...............
 124 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE   .......           13,935  .......           10,435  .......           -3,500
      EQUIPMENT
 125 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT      .......           12,853  .......           12,853  .......  ...............
 126 TACTICAL VEHICLES            .......           31,741  .......           25,241  .......           -6,500
 127 AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT         .......            3,132  .......            3,132  .......  ...............
 128 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT  .......            5,154  .......            5,154  .......  ...............
 129 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION       .......           24,770  .......           24,770  .......  ...............
 130 PHYSICAL SECURITY VEHICLES   .......            1,128  .......            1,128  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CIVIL           .......           97,016  .......           87,016  .......          -10,000
            ENGINEERING SUPPORT
            EQUIPMENT

     SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 131 MATERIALS HANDLING           .......           15,504  .......           15,504  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
 132 OTHER SUPPLY SUPPORT         .......            6,655  .......           10,655  .......           +4,000
      EQUIPMENT
 133 FIRST DESTINATION            .......            6,315  .......            6,315  .......  ...............
      TRANSPORTATION
 134 SPECIAL PURPOSE SUPPLY       .......           66,549  .......           66,549  .......  ...............
      SYSTEMS
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT  .......           95,023  .......           99,023  .......           +4,000
            EQUIPMENT

     PERSONNEL AND COMMAND
      SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     TRAINING DEVICES
 135 TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT   .......           11,429  .......           11,429  .......  ...............

     COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 137 COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT    .......           47,306  .......           48,220  .......             +914
 138 EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT  .......            2,067  .......            2,067  .......  ...............
 139 MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT    .......            7,679  .......            7,679  .......  ...............
 141 NAVAL MIP SUPPORT EQUIPMENT  .......            1,433  .......            1,433  .......  ...............
 143 OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT     .......           12,754  .......           12,754  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
 144 C4ISR EQUIPMENT              .......            5,317  .......            5,317  .......  ...............
 145 ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT        .......           20,033  .......           22,033  .......           +2,000
      EQUIPMENT
 146 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT  .......          154,805  .......          141,475  .......          -13,330
 147 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION       .......          377,353  .......          164,653  .......         -212,700
      TECHNOLOGY
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS          .......           19,767  .......           19,767  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND   .......          659,943  .......          436,827  .......         -223,116
            COMMAND SUPPORT
            EQUIPMENT

 149 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      .......          215,906  .......          215,906  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER           .......        6,450,208  .......        5,986,185  .......         -464,023
            PROCUREMENT, NAVY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2011 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                           Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    6 DDG MOD                                                        296,691          293,091           -3,600
          Engineering Services--Unjustified Cost Growth      ...............  ...............           -6,000
          Smart Valve Autonomic Fire Suppression System      ...............  ...............           +2,400
    8 COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCHBOARD                                  3,962  ...............           -3,962
          Unjustified Request                                ...............  ...............           -3,962
   15 CG MODERNIZATION                                               356,958          350,958           -6,000
          Engineering Services--Unjustified Cost Growth      ...............  ...............           -6,000
   16 LCAC                                                             9,142            3,142           -6,000
          Personnel Transport Modules--Ahead of Need         ...............  ...............           -6,000
   25 STANDARD BOATS                                                  27,725           57,225          +29,500
          Advanced Amphibious Transportation Lift and        ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Storage System [AATLAS]
          Force Protection Boats                             ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Impact Mitigating Boat Decking                     ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Range Support Craft                                ...............  ...............          +21,500
   27 OPERATING FORCES IPE                                            49,856           53,556           +3,700
          Pearl Harbor Navy Shipyard Equipment Moderniza-    ...............  ...............           +3,700
           tion
   29 LCS MODULES                                                     82,951           50,033          -32,918
          Production Engineering--Unjustified Growth         ...............  ...............           -6,000
          Mission Package Computer Environment Units--Ahead  ...............  ...............           -2,268
           of Need
          Consulting Services--Unjustified Growth            ...............  ...............           -2,000
          AN/AQS-20A--Ahead of Need                          ...............  ...............          -22,650
   30 LSD MIDLIFE                                                    106,612          103,612           -3,000
          Installations Ahead of Need                        ...............  ...............           -3,000
   34 SSN ACOUSTICS                                                  237,015          234,015           -3,000
          Installation Costs--Unjustified Growth             ...............  ...............           -3,000
   38 SSTD                                                             2,206  ...............           -2,206
          AN/SLQ-25D--Ahead of Need                          ...............  ...............           -2,206
   42 AN/SLQ-32                                                       49,677           26,677          -23,000
          Block 1B3 Upgrades--Ahead of Need                  ...............  ...............           -6,100
          Block 2 Receivers--Ahead of Need                   ...............  ...............          -16,900
   46 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY                               31,091           25,691           -5,400
          PAAA Backfit Kits--Inadequate Budget               ...............  ...............           -5,400
           Documentation
   51 MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT                                 81,441           69,009          -12,432
          EMNS--Ahead of Need                                ...............  ...............          -12,432
   57 MATCALS                                                         16,747           14,747           -2,000
          ASPARCS--Unjustified Cost Growth                   ...............  ...............           -2,000
   66 TADIX-B                                                          6,909            2,944           -3,965
          AN/USC-151 Upgrade Kit--Ahead of Need              ...............  ...............           -3,965
   69 CANES                                                           34,398           10,264          -24,134
          Ahead of Need                                      ...............  ...............          -24,134
   71 CANES-INTELL                                                    10,432            3,140           -7,292
          Ahead of Need                                      ...............  ...............           -7,292
   78 SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION                                 260,551          242,699          -17,852
          ADNS Units--Ahead of Need                          ...............  ...............          -16,352
          CENTRIX Installation Funding--Ahead of Need        ...............  ...............           -1,500
   79 MARITIME DOMAIN AWARENESS [MDA]                                  9,250            7,650           -1,600
          CENTRIX Installation Funding--Ahead of Need        ...............  ...............           -1,600
   80 COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION                           39,846           31,169           -8,677
          Battle Force Tactical Network--Ahead of Need       ...............  ...............           -8,677
   82 SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT                               59,013           56,766           -2,247
          CSSR Seawolf--Ahead of Need                        ...............  ...............           -2,247
   88 INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM [ISSP]                           120,529          118,029           -2,500
          CND Increment 2--Ahead of Need                     ...............  ...............           -2,500
   93 WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                 51,742           68,200          +16,458
          East Coast USWTR--Ahead of Need                    ...............  ...............           -8,542
          Training Range Upgrades                            ...............  ...............          +25,000
   96 AIRCRAFT LAUNCH & RECOVERY EQUIPMENT                            37,063           32,063           -5,000
          Production Engineering--Unjustified Cost Growth    ...............  ...............           -5,000
   99 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT                                           40,696           24,796          -15,900
          JHMCS--Ahead of Need                               ...............  ...............          -15,900
  101 LAMPS MK III SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT                                20,662           16,382           -4,280
          Units Ahead of Need                                ...............  ...............           -4,280
  109 AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                        162,307           89,807          -72,500
          Aegis BMD Upgrades--Navy Requested Transfer to     ...............  ...............          -72,500
           RDDW, Line 84
  112 STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT                            184,034          164,034          -20,000
          Navigation Equipment--Contract Delays              ...............  ...............          -20,000
  117 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIPMENT                           58,288           63,188           +4,900
          Mission Helmet Recording System for EOD            ...............  ...............           +4,900
  124 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT                            13,935           10,435           -3,500
          Contract Delays                                    ...............  ...............           -3,500
  126 TACTICAL VEHICLES                                               31,741           25,241           -6,500
          FMTV--Contract Savings                             ...............  ...............           -2,300
          Energy Initiative--Unjustified Requirement         ...............  ...............           -4,200
  132 OTHER SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                   6,655           10,655           +4,000
          Navy AIT Logistics Modernization Initiative        ...............  ...............           +4,000
  137 COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                       47,306           48,220             +914
          JFCOM National Small Unit Center                   ...............  ...............           -3,075
          Future Pay and Personnel System--Ahead of Need     ...............  ...............           -1,911
          Man Overboard Indicator Program                    ...............  ...............           +5,900
  145 ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                 20,033           22,033           +2,000
          High Speed/High Resolution Combined Multi-beam     ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Side Scan Sonar
  146 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                    154,805          141,475          -13,330
          Shipboard Protection System Installation Costs--   ...............  ...............           -5,500
           Excess to Need
          Shipboard Protection System--Support Cost  Growth  ...............  ...............           -6,000
          Biometrics--Ahead of Need                          ...............  ...............           -1,830
  147 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                              377,353          164,653         -212,700
          NGEN Seat Services--Navy Requested Transfer to     ...............  ...............         -217,700
           OMN
          SPAWAR Systems Center [SSC/ITC]                    ...............  ...............           +5,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       Procurement, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,521,505,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,344,044,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,293,956,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,293,956,000. This is $50,088,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS

     WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES

     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   1 AAV7A1 PIP                   .......            7,749  .......            7,749  .......  ...............
   2 LAV PIP                      .......           41,277  .......           41,277  .......  ...............

     ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS
   4 EXPEDITIONARY FIRE SUPPORT        10            9,723       10            9,723  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
   5 155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED            2           10,356        2           10,356  .......  ...............
      HOWITZER
   6 HIGH MOBILITY ARTILLERY      .......           22,230  .......           22,230  .......  ...............
      ROCKET SYSTEM
   7 WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES  .......           26,091  .......           26,091  .......  ...............
      UNDER $5 MILLION

     OTHER SUPPORT
   9 MODIFICATION KITS            .......           40,916  .......           30,559  .......          -10,357
  10 WEAPONS ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM  .......           13,115  .......           13,115  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND     .......          171,457  .......          161,100  .......          -10,357
            COMBAT VEHICLES

     GUIDED MISSILES AND
      EQUIPMENT

     GUIDED MISSILES
  11 GROUND-BASED AIR DEFENSE     .......            5,175  .......            3,875  .......           -1,300
  13 FOLLOW ON TO SMAW            .......           21,570  .......           21,570  .......  ...............
  14 ANTI-ARMOR WEAPONS SYSTEM--  .......           20,315  .......           20,315  .......  ...............
      HEAVY [AAWS-H]

     OTHER SUPPORT
  15 MODIFICATION KITS            .......            3,798  .......            3,798  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, GUIDED          .......           50,858  .......           49,558  .......           -1,300
            MISSILES AND
            EQUIPMENT

     COMMUNICATIONS AND
      ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

     COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
  16 COMBAT OPERATIONS CENTER     .......           10,776  .......           10,776  .......  ...............

     REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT
  17 REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT    .......           25,636  .......           25,636  .......  ...............

     OTHER SUPPORT (TEL)
  18 COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM        .......           32,877  .......           32,877  .......  ...............
  20 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION       .......            3,405  .......            3,405  .......  ...............
      (COMM & ELEC)
  21 AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS    .......           67,568  .......           67,568  .......  ...............

     RADAR + EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  22 RADAR SYSTEMS                .......              860  .......              860  .......  ...............

     INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-
      TEL)
  23 FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM          .......            3,906  .......            3,906  .......  ...............
  24 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT         .......           92,377  .......           92,377  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  25 RQ-11 UAV                         16           32,490       16           21,990  .......          -10,500
  26 DCGS-MC                      .......            4,582  .......  ...............  .......           -4,582

     OTHER COMM/ELEC EQUIPMENT
      (NON-TEL)
  27 NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT       .......  ...............  .......            2,000  .......           +2,000

     OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL)
  28 COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES    .......          258,947  .......          258,947  .......  ...............
  29 COMMAND POST SYSTEMS         .......           33,021  .......           33,021  .......  ...............
  30 RADIO SYSTEMS                .......           40,551  .......           20,051  .......          -20,500
  31 COMM SWITCHING & CONTROL     .......           32,279  .......           32,279  .......  ...............
      SYSTEMS
  32 COMM & ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE   .......           15,278  .......           15,278  .......  ...............
      SUPPORT
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS  .......          654,553  .......          620,971  .......          -33,582
            AND ELECTRONICS
            EQUIPMENT

     SUPPORT VEHICLES

     ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES
  33 COMMERCIAL PASSENGER         .......            1,157  .......            1,157  .......  ...............
      VEHICLES
  34 COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES    .......           12,696  .......           12,696  .......  ...............

     TACTICAL VEHICLES
  35 5/4T TRUCK HMMWV [MYP]            17            4,849  .......  ...............      -17           -4,849
  36 MOTOR TRANSPORT              .......            5,253  .......            5,253  .......  ...............
      MODIFICATIONS
  37 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE      .......           11,721  .......           11,721  .......  ...............
      REPLACEMENT
  38 LOGISTICS VEHICLE SYSTEM         550          133,827      550          133,827  .......  ...............
      REP
  39 FAMILY OF TACTICAL TRAILERS  .......           19,156  .......           19,156  .......  ...............
  40 TRAILERS                     .......            8,075  .......            8,075  .......  ...............

     OTHER SUPPORT
  41 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION   .......            6,016  .......            6,016  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT         .......          202,750  .......          197,901  .......           -4,849
            VEHICLES

     ENGINEER AND OTHER
      EQUIPMENT

     ENGINEER AND OTHER
      EQUIPMENT
  42 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL        .......            5,110  .......            5,110  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT ASSORTED
  43 BULK LIQUID EQUIPMENT        .......           10,743  .......           10,743  .......  ...............
  44 TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS        .......           29,330  .......           29,330  .......  ...............
  45 POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED     .......           19,419  .......           19,419  .......  ...............
  46 AMPHIBIOUS SUPPORT           .......           11,718  .......           11,718  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  47 EOD SYSTEMS                  .......           64,093  .......           64,093  .......  ...............

     MATERIALS HANDLING
      EQUIPMENT
  48 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT  .......           16,419  .......           16,419  .......  ...............
  49 GARRISON MOBILE ENGR         .......           10,976  .......           10,976  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  50 MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT  .......           24,376  .......           24,376  .......  ...............
  51 FIRST DESTINATION            .......            2,748  .......            2,748  .......  ...............
      TRANSPORTATION

     GENERAL PROPERTY
  52 FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT      .......            6,722  .......            6,722  .......  ...............
  53 TRAINING DEVICES             .......            5,668  .......            5,668  .......  ...............
  54 CONTAINER FAMILY             .......              897  .......              897  .......  ...............
  55 FAMILY OF CONSTRUCTION       .......           18,261  .......           18,261  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  56 FAMILY OF INTERNALLY         .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      TRANSPORTABLE VEH [ITV]
  57 BRIDGE BOATS                 .......           12,567  .......           12,567  .......  ...............
  58 RAPID DEPLOYABLE KITCHEN     .......            4,283  .......            4,283  .......  ...............

     OTHER SUPPORT
  59 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION   .......            7,572  .......            7,572  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEER AND    .......          250,902  .......          250,902  .......  ...............
            OTHER EQUIPMENT
  60 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      .......           13,524  .......           13,524  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT,    .......        1,344,044  .......        1,293,956  .......          -50,088
            MARINE CORPS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    9 MODIFICATION KITS                                                 40,916          30,559         -10,357
          M1A1 Lethality Enhancement--unjustified request       ..............  ..............         -10,357
   11 GROUND BASED AIR DEFENSE                                           5,175           3,875          -1,300
          Change to tactical wheeled vehicle strategy           ..............  ..............          -1,300
   25 RQ-11 UAV                                                         32,490          21,990         -10,500
          Tier II UAS: fund three EOC systems                   ..............  ..............         -10,500
   26 DCGS-MC                                                            4,582  ..............          -4,582
          DCGS-MC program delay                                 ..............  ..............          -4,582
   27 NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT                                    ..............           2,000          +2,000
          Small Tactical Optical Rifle Mounted Micro Laser      ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Range Finder
   30 RADIO SYSTEMS                                                     40,551          20,051         -20,500
          JTRS contract delay                                   ..............  ..............         -20,500
   35 5/4T TRUCK HMMWV [MYP]                                             4,849  ..............          -4,849
          Change to tactical wheeled vehicle strategy           ..............  ..............          -4,849
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $13,295,474,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  15,366,508,000
Committee recommendation................................  13,495,310,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$13,495,310,000. This is $1,871,198,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR
                FORCE

     COMBAT AIRCRAFT

     TACTICAL FORCES
   1 F-35                              22        3,729,242       16        3,028,742       -6         -700,500
   2 F-35 [AP-CY]                 .......          257,000  .......          257,000  .......  ...............
   3 F-22A                        .......          158,039  .......          158,039  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT          .......        4,144,281  .......        3,443,781  .......         -700,500
            AIRCRAFT

     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT

     TACTICAL AIRLIFT
   5 C-17A (MYP)                  .......           14,283  .......          128,683  .......         +114,400

     OTHER AIRLIFT
   6 C-130J                             8          463,267        8          463,267  .......  ...............
   7 C-130J ADVANCE PROCUREMENT   .......           48,000  .......           46,500  .......           -1,500
      [CY]
   8 HC-130J                            4          349,300        4          349,300  .......  ...............
   9 HC-130J [AP-CY]              .......           10,000  .......           10,000  .......  ...............
  10 MC-130J                            5          467,465        5          467,465  .......  ...............
  11 MC-130J [AP-CY]              .......           60,000  .......           60,000  .......  ...............
  14 JOINT CARGO AIRCRAFT               8          351,200        8          351,200  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT         .......        1,763,515  .......        1,876,415  .......         +112,900
            AIRCRAFT

     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  15 LIGHT MOBILITY AIRCRAFT           15           65,699       15           65,699  .......  ...............
  16 USAFA POWERED FLIGHT              12            4,099       12            4,099  .......  ...............
      PROGRAM

     OPERATIONAL TRAINERS

     OTHER AIRCRAFT

     HELICOPTERS
  18 COMM VERT LIFT SPT PLATFORM  .......            6,432  .......  ...............  .......           -6,432
      [UH-1N]
  19 V-22 OSPREY                        5          393,098        5          393,098  .......  ...............
  20 V-22 OSPREY [AP-CY]          .......           13,621  .......           13,621  .......  ...............

     MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT
  24 CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C         .......            2,424  .......            2,424  .......  ...............
  25 HH-60M OPERATIONAL LOSS            3          104,447        3          104,447  .......  ...............
      REPLACEMENT
  27 STUASL0                      .......            3,253  .......            3,253  .......  ...............

     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  28 TARGET DRONES                      9           85,505        9           85,505  .......  ...............
  29 C-37A                              2           52,000        2           52,000  .......  ...............
  30 RQ-4 UAV                           4          649,629        4          569,029  .......          -80,600
  31 RQ-4 UAV [AP-CY]             .......           90,200  .......          115,800  .......          +25,600
  32 MC 130 IN BA 04              .......            9,932  .......  ...............  .......           -9,932
     AC-130 RECAP                 .......  ...............  .......            9,932  .......           +9,932
  34 MQ-9                              36          863,595       36          610,295  .......         -253,300
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT  .......        2,274,136  .......        1,959,404  .......         -314,732

     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE
      AIRCRAFT

     STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT
  35 B-2A                         .......           63,371  .......           63,371  .......  ...............
  37 B-1B                         .......          200,090  .......          200,090  .......  ...............
  38 B-52                         .......           69,074  .......           56,074  .......          -13,000

     TACTICAL AIRCRAFT
  39 A-10                         .......          165,361  .......          165,361  .......  ...............
  40 F-15                         .......          302,235  .......          360,235  .......          +58,000
  41 F-16                         .......          167,188  .......          167,188  .......  ...............
  42 F-22A                        .......          492,199  .......          492,199  .......  ...............
  43 F-35 MODIFICATIONS           .......          123,936  .......            5,036  .......         -118,900

     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
  44 C-5                          .......          740,369  .......           58,512  .......         -681,857
     C-5 RERP                     .......  ...............  .......          676,457  .......         +676,457
  45 C-5 RERP [AP-CY]             .......          166,900  .......          166,900  .......  ...............
  46 C-9C                         .......               10  .......               10  .......  ...............
  47 C-17A                        .......          351,614  .......          239,214  .......         -112,400
  48 C-21                         .......              339  .......              339  .......  ...............
  49 C-32A                        .......           12,113  .......           12,113  .......  ...............
  50 C-37A                        .......           12,162  .......           12,162  .......  ...............

     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  51 GLIDER MODS                  .......              120  .......              120  .......  ...............
  52 T6                           .......           24,644  .......           24,644  .......  ...............
  53 T-1                          .......               83  .......               83  .......  ...............
  54 T-38                         .......           28,288  .......           26,288  .......           -2,000

     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  56 KC-10A [ATCA]                .......           13,777  .......           11,777  .......           -2,000
  57 C-12                         .......            7,645  .......            7,645  .......  ...............
  58 MC-12W                       .......           10,826  .......           10,826  .......  ...............
  59 C-20 MODS                    .......              736  .......              736  .......  ...............
  60 VC-25A MOD                   .......           13,175  .......           13,175  .......  ...............
  61 C-40                         .......           10,697  .......           10,697  .......  ...............
  62 C-130                        .......          257,339  .......          306,939  .......          +49,600
  63 C-130 MODS INTEL             .......            3,963  .......           13,063  .......           +9,100
  64 C-130J MODS                  .......           80,205  .......           80,205  .......  ...............
  65 C-135                        .......           44,228  .......           39,528  .......           -4,700
  66 COMPASS CALL MODS            .......          176,558  .......          176,558  .......  ...............
  67 DARP                         .......          105,540  .......          105,540  .......  ...............
  68 E-3                          .......          195,163  .......          195,163  .......  ...............
  69 E-4                          .......           37,526  .......           37,526  .......  ...............
  70 E-8                          .......          188,504  .......          131,804  .......          -56,700
  71 H-1                          .......            2,457  .......            2,457  .......  ...............
  72 H-60                         .......           11,630  .......           41,930  .......          +30,300
     GLOBAL HAWK MODS             .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
  73 RQ-4 UAV MODS                .......          119,415  .......          119,415  .......  ...............
  74 HC/MC-130 MODIFICATIONS      .......            1,944  .......            1,944  .......  ...............
  75 OTHER AIRCRAFT               .......          159,423  .......           15,623  .......         -143,800
  76 MQ-1 MODS                    .......          208,213  .......  ...............  .......         -208,213
  77 MQ-9 MODS                    .......          108,922  .......           90,622  .......          -18,300
  78 MQ-9 PAYLOAD--UAS            .......          115,383  .......  ...............  .......         -115,383
  79 CV-22 MODS                   .......           13,964  .......           13,964  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION    .......        4,807,329  .......        4,153,533  .......         -653,796
            OF INSERVICE
            AIRCRAFT

     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR
      PARTS
  80 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS  .......          622,020  .......          609,920  .......          -12,100
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT        .......          622,020  .......          609,920  .......          -12,100
            SPARES AND REPAIR
            PARTS

     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
      AND FACILITIES

     COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  81 AIRCRAFT REPLACEMENT         .......           91,701  .......           78,301  .......          -13,400
      SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT
  82 B-1                          .......            6,791  .......            6,791  .......  ...............
  83 B-2A                         .......           26,217  .......           26,217  .......  ...............
  84 B-52                         .......            3,443  .......            1,743  .......           -1,700
  85 C-5                          .......              195  .......              195  .......  ...............
  87 KC-10A [ATCA]                .......            5,702  .......            5,702  .......  ...............
  88 C-17A                        .......          153,347  .......           38,947  .......         -114,400
  89 C-130                        .......           28,295  .......           31,295  .......           +3,000
  91 F-15 POST PRODUCTION         .......           21,599  .......           17,599  .......           -4,000
      SUPPORT
  92 F-16 POST PRODUCTION         .......           17,838  .......           12,738  .......           -5,100
      SUPPORT
  93 T-6                          .......            9,450  .......            9,450  .......  ...............
  94 OTHER AIRCRAFT               .......           53,953  .......           53,953  .......  ...............

     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS
  96 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS      .......           24,619  .......           24,619  .......  ...............

     WAR CONSUMABLES
  97 WAR CONSUMABLES              .......           92,939  .......           92,939  .......  ...............

     OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES
  98 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES     .......        1,079,742  .......          912,372  .......         -167,370
  99 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES--   .......           37,500  .......           37,500  .......  ...............
      MQ-1

     DARP
 104 DARP                         .......           19,117  .......           19,117  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT        .......        1,672,448  .......        1,369,478  .......         -302,970
            SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
            AND FACILITIES

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS          .......           12,981  .......           12,981  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT        .......       15,366,508  .......       13,495,310  .......       -1,871,198
            PROCUREMENT, AIR
            FORCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 F-35                                                           3,729,242       3,028,742        -700,500
          USAF requested transfer from line 43                  ..............  ..............         +29,700
          Delete 6 aircraft                                     ..............  ..............        -730,200
    5 C-17A [MYP]                                                       14,283         128,683        +114,400
          USAF requested transfer from line 88                  ..............  ..............        +114,400
    7 C-130J [AP-CY]                                                    48,000          46,500          -1,500
          Adjustment for savings                                ..............  ..............          -1,500
   18 COM VERT LIFT SPT PLATFORM (UH-1N replacement)                     6,432  ..............          -6,432
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............          -6,432
   30 RQ-4 (GLOBAL HAWK)                                               649,629         569,029         -80,600
          USAF requested transfer to line 31                    ..............  ..............         -25,600
          Excess to need                                        ..............  ..............         -55,000
   31 RQ-4 (GLOBAL HAWK) [AP-CY]                                        90,200         115,800         +25,600
          USAF requested transfer from line 30                  ..............  ..............         +25,600
   32 MC-130 in BA 04                                                    9,932  ..............          -9,932
          USAF requested transfer to AC-130 Recap program       ..............  ..............          -9,932
   xx AC-130 Recap                                              ..............           9,932          +9,932
          USAF requested transfer from MC-130 program           ..............  ..............          +9,932
   34 MQ-9 (REAPER)                                                    863,595         610,295        -253,300
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............         -21,300
          Excess to need                                        ..............  ..............         -16,000
          Transfer to Title IX                                  ..............  ..............        -216,000
   38 B-52                                                              69,074          56,074         -13,000
          USAF requested transfer to RDAF, line 117 for         ..............  ..............         -13,000
           internal weapons bay
   40 F-15                                                             302,235         360,235         +58,000
          Excess program office costs                           ..............  ..............          -4,000
          AESA Radar for ANG F-15Cs                             ..............  ..............         +62,000
   43 F-35 MODIFICATIONS                                               123,936           5,036        -118,900
          Block 3 retrofit                                      ..............  ..............         -81,600
          USAF requested transfer to line 1                     ..............  ..............         -29,700
          USAF requested transfer to RDAF line 81 for Auto      ..............  ..............          -7,600
           GCAS
   44 C-5                                                              740,369          58,512        -681,857
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............          -5,400
          Transfer C-5 RERP to new line                         ..............  ..............        -676,457
   xx C-5 RERP                                                  ..............         676,457        +676,457
          Transfer C-5 RERP to new line                         ..............  ..............        +676,457
   47 C-17A                                                            351,614         239,214        -112,400
          Excess to need                                        ..............  ..............         -95,400
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............         -17,000
   54 T-38                                                              28,288          26,288          -2,000
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............          -2,000
   56 KC-10A [ATCA]                                                     13,777          11,777          -2,000
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............          -2,000
   62 C-130                                                            257,339         306,939         +49,600
          USAF requested transfer from RDAF line 220            ..............  ..............         +65,000
          Excess to need                                        ..............  ..............         -25,400
          NP-2000 propeller system                              ..............  ..............          +4,000
          On-Board Oxygen Generation System Retrofit for AFSOC  ..............  ..............          +6,000
           C-130
   63 C-130J MODS INTEL                                                  3,963          13,063          +9,100
          SENIOR SCOUT IMINT Integration for UT ANG             ..............  ..............          +7,200
          Support Equipment for Time Critical Targeting,        ..............  ..............          +1,900
           SENIOR SCOUT
   65 C-135                                                             44,228          39,528          -4,700
          Delay in Block 45 upgrade program                     ..............  ..............          -8,400
          Low Cost Modifications                                ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Aircraft Patient Support Systems for 190 ARW, KS ANG  ..............  ..............          +1,700
   70 E-8                                                              188,504         131,804         -56,700
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............         -56,700
   72 H-60                                                              11,630          41,930         +30,300
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............          -1,700
          Simulators and low-cost modifications                 ..............  ..............         +32,000
   75 OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                   159,423          15,623        -143,800
          Transfer FAB-T funds to RDAF, line 180                ..............  ..............        -119,700
          Delete excess FAB-T funds, early to need              ..............  ..............         -24,100
   76 MQ-1 PREDATOR MODS                                               208,213  ..............        -208,213
          Excess to need                                        ..............  ..............         -76,100
          Transfer to Title IX                                  ..............  ..............        -132,113
   77 MQ-9 REAPER MODS                                                 108,922          90,622         -18,300
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............         -18,300
   78 MQ-9 PAYLOAD--UAS                                                115,383  ..............        -115,383
          Transfer to Title IX                                  ..............  ..............        -115,383
   80 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                                      622,020         609,920         -12,100
          Excess to need                                        ..............  ..............         -12,100
   81 AIRCRAFT REPLACEMENT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                            91,701          78,301         -13,400
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............         -13,400
   84 B-52                                                               3,443           1,743          -1,700
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............          -1,700
   88 C-17A                                                            153,347          38,947        -114,400
          USAF requested transfer to line 5                     ..............  ..............        -114,400
   89 C-130                                                             28,295          31,295          +3,000
          C-130 cargo rail systems for the 118th Airlift Wing   ..............  ..............          +3,000
   91 F-15                                                              21,599          17,599          -4,000
          Excess to need                                        ..............  ..............          -4,000
   92 F-16                                                              17,838          12,738          -5,100
          Excess to need                                        ..............  ..............          -5,100
   98 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                                       1,079,742         912,372        -167,370
          Funded ahead of need                                  ..............  ..............          -6,732
          Transfer to Title IX                                  ..............  ..............        -160,638
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Missile Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $5,995,544,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   5,463,272,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,454,264,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,454,264,000. This is $9,008,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR
                FORCE

     BALLISTIC MISSILES

     MISSILE REPLACEMENT
      EQUIPMENT--BALLISTIC
   1 MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQ--     .......           60,647  .......           60,647  .......  ...............
      BALLISTIC

     OTHER MISSILES

     TACTICAL
   2 JASSM                            171          215,825      171          215,825  .......  ...............
   3 SIDEWINDER [AIM-9X]              178           64,523      178           64,523  .......  ...............
   4 AMRAAM                           246          355,358      246          355,358  .......  ...............
   5 PREDATOR HELLFIRE MISSILE        460           44,570      460           44,570  .......  ...............
   6 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB          .......          134,884  .......          134,884  .......  ...............

     INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
   7 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS/     .......              833  .......              833  .......  ...............
      POLLUTION PREVENTION
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES  .......          815,993  .......          815,993  .......  ...............

     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE
      MISSILES

     CLASS IV
   8 ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE      .......               48  .......               48  .......  ...............
   9 MM III MODIFICATIONS         .......          123,378  .......          140,678  .......          +17,300
  10 AGM-65D MAVERICK             .......              260  .......              260  .......  ...............
  11 AGM-88A HARM                 .......            4,079  .......            4,079  .......  ...............
  12 AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE    .......           10,795  .......           10,795  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION    .......          138,560  .......          155,860  .......          +17,300
            OF INSERVICE
            MISSILES

     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  13 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS  .......           43,192  .......           43,192  .......  ...............

     OTHER SUPPORT

     SPACE PROGRAMS
  14 ADVANCED EHF                 .......           38,078  .......           38,078  .......  ...............
  15 ADVANCED EHF [AP-CY]         .......          208,520  .......          208,520  .......  ...............
  16 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER                 1          517,601        1          517,601  .......  ...............
      SATELLITES
  17 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER           .......           58,110  .......           58,110  .......  ...............
      SATELLITES [AP-CY]
  18 GPS III SPACE SEGMENT        .......          122,490  .......          122,490  .......  ...............
  19 SPACEBORNE EQUIP [COMSEC]    .......           14,894  .......           14,894  .......  ...............
  20 GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)   .......           64,609  .......           64,609  .......  ...............
  23 DEF METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG  .......           88,719  .......           88,719  .......  ...............
      (SPACE)
  24 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH          3        1,153,976        3        1,153,976  .......  ...............
      VEHICLE (SPACE)
  26 SBIR HIGH (SPACE) [AP-CY]          1          700,704        1          700,704  .......  ...............
  27 SBIR HIGH (SPACE)            .......          270,000  .......          270,000  .......  ...............
  28 NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING OP   .......           26,308  .......  ...............  .......          -26,308
      ENV SATELLITE

     SPECIAL PROGRAMS
  29 DEFENSE SPACE RECONN         .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      PROGRAM
  33 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS      .......          247,584  .......          247,584  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT   .......        3,511,593  .......        3,485,285  .......          -26,308

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS          .......          893,287  .......          893,287  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE         .......        5,463,272  .......        5,454,264  .......           -9,008
            PROCUREMENT, AIR
            FORCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                      [Dollar amounts in thousands]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            2011 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    9 MM III                   123,378         140,678         +17,300
       MODIFICATIONS
          Air Force     ..............  ..............          +9,800
           requested
           transfer
           from RDAF,
           Line 175
           for MEECN
          MM III SRM    ..............  ..............          +7,500
           Warm Line
   28 NATIONAL POLAR-           26,308  ..............         -26,308
       ORBITING OP ENV
       SATELLITE
          Program       ..............  ..............         -26,308
           termination
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $801,550,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     667,420,000
Committee recommendation................................     750,167,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $750,167,000. 
This is $82,747,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION,
              AIR FORCE

     PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR
      FORCE
   1 ROCKETS                      .......           19,106  .......           19,106  .......  ...............
   2 CARTRIDGES                   .......          141,049  .......          141,049  .......  ...............

     BOMBS
   3 PRACTICE BOMBS               .......           34,094  .......           23,442  .......          -10,652
   4 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS        .......          183,845  .......          183,845  .......  ...............
   5 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK          .......          104,642  .......          198,041  .......          +93,399
      MUNITION

     FLARE, IR MJU-7B
   6 CAD/PAD                      .......           37,016  .......           37,016  .......  ...............
   7 EXPLOSIVE ORDINANCE          .......            3,383  .......            3,383  .......  ...............
      DISPOSAL [EOD]
   8 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      .......            1,000  .......            1,000  .......  ...............
   9 MODIFICATIONS                .......            1,112  .......            1,112  .......  ...............
  10 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000   .......            5,015  .......            5,015  .......  ...............

     FUZES
  11 FLARES                       .......           72,758  .......           72,758  .......  ...............
  12 FUZES                        .......           57,337  .......           57,337  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF  .......          660,357  .......          743,104  .......          +82,747
            AMMO, AIR FORCE

     WEAPONS
  13 SMALL ARMS                   .......            7,063  .......            7,063  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF  .......          667,420  .......          750,167  .......          +82,747
            AMMUNITION, AIR
            FORCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                          [Dollar amounts in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2011 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                   Item                      Quantity         estimate      recommendation   budget request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     3 PRACTICE BOMBS                       ...............           34,094           23,442          -10,652
           BDU-56A/B CDI program delay      ...............  ...............  ...............          -10,652
     5 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                   3,500          104,642          198,041          +93,399
           Additional JDAM for war reserve            4,000  ...............  ...............          +93,399
            stockpile
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Other Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $17,138,239,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  17,845,380,000
Committee recommendation................................  17,721,506,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$17,721,506,000. This is $123,874,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR
                FORCE

     VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT

     PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES
   1 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLE   .......           29,207  .......           29,207  .......  ...............

     CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES
   2 FAMILY MEDIUM TACTICAL       .......           45,618  .......           37,618  .......           -8,000
      VEHICLE
   3 CAP VEHICLES                 .......              902  .......              902  .......  ...............
   4 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (CARGO)  .......           31,773  .......           31,773  .......  ...............

     SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES
   5 SECURITY AND TACTICAL        .......           52,867  .......           48,867  .......           -4,000
      VEHICLES
   6 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M          .......           18,358  .......           18,358  .......  ...............
      (SPECIAl)

     FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
   7 FIRE FIGHTING/CRASH RESCUE   .......           26,924  .......           26,924  .......  ...............
      VEHICLES

     MATERIALS HANDLING
      EQUIPMENT
   9 ITEMS LESS THAT $5,000,000   .......           14,501  .......           14,501  .......  ...............

     BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
  10 RUNWAY SNOW REMOVAL &        .......           25,404  .......           25,404  .......  ...............
      CLEANING EQUIPMENT
  11 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M          .......           54,570  .......           58,570  .......           +4,000
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, VEHICULAR       .......          300,124  .......          292,124  .......           -8,000
            EQUIPMENT

     ELECTRONICS AND
      TELECOMMUNICATIONS
      EQUIPMENT

     COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT
      [COMSEC]
  13 COMSEC EQUIPMENT             .......          216,381  .......          180,381  .......          -36,000
  14 MODIFICATIONS [COMSEC]       .......            1,582  .......  ...............  .......           -1,582

     INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS
  15 INTELLIGENCE TRAINING        .......            2,634  .......            2,634  .......  ...............
      EQUIPMENT
  16 INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIPMENT  .......           30,685  .......           36,185  .......           +5,500

     ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS
  17 TRAFFIC CONTROL/LANDING      .......            6,517  .......            6,517  .......  ...............
  18 NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM     .......          112,056  .......           88,940  .......          -23,116
  19 THEATER AIR CONTROL SYSTEMS  .......           55,326  .......           55,326  .......  ...............
      IMPROVEMENT
  20 WEATHER OBSERVATION          .......           21,018  .......           18,045  .......           -2,973
      FORECAST
  21 STRATEGIC COMMAND AND        .......           28,164  .......           28,164  .......  ...............
      CONTROL
  22 CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX    .......           18,416  .......           15,716  .......           -2,700
  23 TAC SIGNIT SPT               .......              377  .......              377  .......  ...............

     SPECIAL COMM-ELECTRONICS
      PROJECTS
  25 GENERAL INFORMATION          .......           74,285  .......           74,285  .......  ...............
      TECHNOLOGY
  26 AF GLOBAL COMMAND & CONTROL  .......            9,210  .......            9,210  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
  27 MOBILITY COMMAND AND         .......            8,688  .......            7,388  .......           -1,300
      CONTROL
  28 AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY  .......           99,281  .......           99,281  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
  29 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES       .......           29,637  .......           72,937  .......          +43,300
  30 C3 COUNTERMEASURES           .......           11,112  .......           11,112  .......  ...............
  31 GCSS-AF FOS                  .......           53,349  .......           21,335  .......          -32,014
  32 THEATER BATTLE MGT C2        .......           20,525  .......           20,525  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
  33 AIR OPERATIONS CENTER [AOC]  .......           58,284  .......           38,534  .......          -19,750

     AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS
  34 INFORMATION TRANSPORT        .......          101,993  .......           56,993  .......          -45,000
      SYSTEMS
  35 BASE INFORMATION             .......          193,830  .......          113,830  .......          -80,000
      INFRASTRUCTURE
  36 AFNET                        .......          151,643  .......           91,643  .......          -60,000
  37 VOICE SYSTEMS                .......           25,399  .......           15,399  .......          -10,000
  38 USCENTCOM                    .......           36,020  .......           36,020  .......  ...............

     DISA PROGRAMS
  39 SPACE BASED IR SENSOR PROG   .......           24,804  .......           24,804  .......  ...............
      SPACE
  40 NAVSTAR GPS SPACE            .......            5,279  .......            5,279  .......  ...............
  41 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM       .......            5,926  .......            5,926  .......  ...............
      [NDS] SPACE
  42 AF SATELLITE CONTROL         .......           60,383  .......           60,383  .......  ...............
      NETWORK SPACE
  43 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM       .......           91,004  .......           91,004  .......  ...............
      SPACE
  44 MILSATCOM SPACE              .......          221,545  .......          167,427  .......          -54,118
  45 SPACE MODS SPACE             .......           18,384  .......           18,384  .......  ...............
  46 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEM          .......           18,801  .......           18,801  .......  ...............

     ORGANIZATION AND BASE
  47 TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT       .......          268,140  .......          242,995  .......          -25,145
  48 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER       .......           34,925  .......           34,925  .......  ...............
      LOCATER
  49 RADIO EQUIPMENT              .......           14,541  .......            7,041  .......           -7,500
  50 CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT   .......           11,613  .......           11,613  .......  ...............
  51 BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE     .......          108,308  .......          111,308  .......           +3,000

     MODIFICATIONS
  52 COMM ELECT MODS              .......           74,356  .......           56,683  .......          -17,673
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ELECTRONICS     .......        2,324,421  .......        1,957,350  .......         -367,071
            AND
            TELECOMMUNICATIONS
            EQUIPMENT

     OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND
      SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE
      EQUIPMENT
  53 NIGHT VISION GOGGLES         .......           20,873  .......           14,573  .......           -6,300
  54 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000   .......           14,292  .......           17,292  .......           +3,000
      (SAFETY)

     DEPOT PLANT + MATERIALS
      HANDLING EQUIPMENT
  55 MECHANIZED MATERIAL          .......           12,853  .......           12,853  .......  ...............
      HANDLING

     BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  56 BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT      .......            4,788  .......            4,788  .......  ...............
  57 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS       .......           28,390  .......           27,190  .......           -1,200
  58 PRODUCTIVITY CAPITAL         .......            1,879  .......            1,879  .......  ...............
      INVESTMENT
  59 MOBILITY EQUIPMENT           .......           38,558  .......           38,558  .......  ...............
  60 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (BASE    .......            4,989  .......            4,989  .......  ...............
      SUPPORT)

     SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS
  62 DARP RC135                   .......           23,296  .......           23,296  .......  ...............
  63 DISTRIBUTED GROUND SYSTEMS   .......          271,015  .......          271,015  .......  ...............
  65 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM       .......          489,680  .......          489,680  .......  ...............
  66 DEFENSE SPACE                .......           32,668  .......           32,668  .......  ...............
      RECONNAISSANCE PROGRAM

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS          .......       14,258,508  .......       14,514,205  .......         +255,697
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER BASE      .......       15,201,789  .......       15,452,986  .......         +251,197
            MAINTENANCE AND
            SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS
  70 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      .......           19,046  .......           19,046  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER           .......       17,845,380  .......       17,721,506  .......         -123,874
            PROCUREMENT, AIR
            FORCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2011 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                           Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    2 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE                                         45,618           37,618           -8,000
          Contract Savings                                   ...............  ...............           -8,000
    5 SECURITY AND TACTICAL VEHICLES                                  52,867           48,867           -4,000
          Uparmored HMMWV--Unjustified Cost Growth           ...............  ...............           -4,000
   11 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000 (VEHICLES)                           54,570           58,570           +4,000
          Airfield Mobility and Logistic Enhancement         ...............  ...............           +4,000
   13 COMSEC EQUIPMENT                                               216,381          180,381          -36,000
          Unjustified Growth                                 ...............  ...............          -36,000
   14 MODIFICATIONS [COMSEC]                                           1,582  ...............           -1,582
          Undefined Requirement                              ...............  ...............           -1,582
   16 INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIPMENT                                     30,685           36,185           +5,500
          Eagle Vision for the Hawaii Air National Guard     ...............  ...............           +5,500
   18 NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM                                       112,056           88,940          -23,116
          Site Activation--Ahead of Need                     ...............  ...............          -23,116
   20 WEATHER OBSERVATION FORECAST                                    21,018           18,045           -2,973
          OS-21 Contract Delays                              ...............  ...............           -2,973
   22 CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX                                       18,416           15,716           -2,700
          Contract Delays                                    ...............  ...............           -2,700
   27 MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL                                     8,688            7,388           -1,300
          Contract Delays                                    ...............  ...............           -1,300
   29 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                          29,637           72,937          +43,300
          Air National Guard Joint Threat Emitter            ...............  ...............           +6,000
          Joint Threat Emitter for Mountain Home AFB         ...............  ...............           +1,700
          Red Integrated Air Defense System [IADS]--Phase    ...............  ...............           +5,000
           IVB
          Test/Training Communication Instrumentation        ...............  ...............           +5,600
           Upgrade
          Training Range Enhancements                        ...............  ...............          +25,000
   31 GCSS-AF FOS                                                     53,349           21,335          -32,014
          ECSS--Ahead of Need                                ...............  ...............          -30,914
          CMOS--Excess to Need                               ...............  ...............           -1,100
   33 AIR & SPACE OPERATIONS CTR-WPN SYSTEM                           58,284           38,534          -19,750
          Technical Refresh--Unjustified Growth              ...............  ...............          -15,000
          Recurring Events--Unjustified Growth               ...............  ...............           -4,750
   34 INFORMATION TRANSPORT SYSTEMS                                  101,993           56,993          -45,000
          Unjustified Growth                                 ...............  ...............          -45,000
   35 BASE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE                                       193,830          113,830          -80,000
          Unjustified Growth                                 ...............  ...............          -80,000
   36 AFNET                                                          151,643           91,643          -60,000
          Unjustified Growth                                 ...............  ...............          -60,000
   37 VOICE SYSTEMS                                                   25,399           15,399          -10,000
          Unjustified Growth                                 ...............  ...............          -10,000
   44 MILSATCOM SPACE                                                221,545          167,427          -54,118
          AFWET Modernization Enterprise Terminal--Ahead of  ...............  ...............          -46,580
           Need
          FAB-T--Ahead of Need                               ...............  ...............           -7,538
   47 TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT                                         268,140          242,995          -25,145
          JTC Training and Rehearsal System--Ahead of  Need  ...............  ...............          -25,145
   49 RADIO EQUIPMENT                                                 14,541            7,041           -7,500
          Contract Delays                                    ...............  ...............           -7,500
   51 BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE                                       108,308          111,308           +3,000
          Emergency Communications Network                   ...............  ...............           +3,000
   52 COMM ELECT MODS                                                 74,356           56,683          -17,673
          ILS--Ahead of Need                                 ...............  ...............           -2,320
          BMEWS--Ahead of Need                               ...............  ...............          -13,835
          OS-21 Contract Delays                              ...............  ...............           -1,518
   53 NIGHT VISION GOGGLES                                            20,873           14,573           -6,300
          Night Vision Cueing and Display--Contract Delays   ...............  ...............           -6,300
   54 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000 (SAFETY)                             14,292           17,292           +3,000
          NBC Version of Advanced Mission Extender Device    ...............  ...............           +1,000
          Guardian Angel Integrated Oxygen System            ...............  ...............           +2,000
   57 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS                                          28,390           27,190           -1,200
          Rapid Airfield Damage Assessment System--Ahead of  ...............  ...............           -1,200
           Need
      CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                         14,258,508       14,514,205         +255,697
          Classified Adjustment                              ...............  ...............         +255,697
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $4,050,537,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   4,280,368,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,995,835,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,995,835,000. This is $284,533,000 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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, BTA
   1 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, BTA         .......            4,000  .......            4,000  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCAA
   2 MAJOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS LESS   .......            1,477  .......            1,477  .......  ...............
      THAN $5M

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCMA
   3 MAJOR EQUIPMENT              .......            2,052  .......            2,052  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DHRA
   4 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION     .......           32,263  .......           32,263  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA
  17 INFORMATION SYSTEMS          .......           14,625  .......           14,625  .......  ...............
      SECURITY
  18 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL   .......            5,275  .......            5,275  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
  19 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT        .......            2,803  .......            2,803  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM
  20 TELEPORT PROGRAM             .......           78,227  .......           78,227  .......  ...............
  21 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M          .......          153,288  .......          153,288  .......  ...............
  22 NET CENTRIC ENTERPRISE       .......            4,391  .......            4,391  .......  ...............
      SERVICES [NCES]
  23 DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS  .......           86,206  .......           86,206  .......  ...............
      NETWORK
  24 PUBLIC KEY INFRASTRUCTURE    .......            1,710  .......            1,710  .......  ...............
  26 JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL    .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      PROGRAM
  27 CYBER SECURITY INITIATIVE    .......           22,493  .......           22,493  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA
  28 MAJOR EQUIPMENT              .......            4,846  .......            4,846  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DMACT
  29 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                    4           10,478        4           10,478  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODEA
  30 AUTOMATION/EDUCATIONAL       .......            1,451  .......            1,451  .......  ...............
      SUPPORT & LOGISTICS

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DEFENSE
      THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY
  31 VEHICLES                     .......               50  .......               50  .......  ...............
  32 OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT        .......           12,007  .......           12,007  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DTSA
  33 MAJOR EQUIPMENT              .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, MDA
  34 TERMINAL HIGH ALTITUDE AREA       67          858,870       67          433,870  .......         -425,000
      DEFENSE FIELDING
  35 AEGIS FIELDING                     8           94,080       20          214,980      +12         +120,900
     ISRAELI COOPERATIVE          .......  ...............  .......          205,000  .......         +205,000
      PROGRAMS
     THAAD SYSTEM                 .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
     SM-3                         .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NSA
  45 INFORMATION SYSTEMS          .......            2,546  .......            2,546  .......  ...............
      SECURITY PROGRAM [ISSP]

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD
  50 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD         .......          124,050  .......          124,050  .......  ...............
  51 MAJOR EQUIPMENT,             .......           20,138  .......           20,138  .......  ...............
      INTELLIGENCE

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS
  53 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS         .......           11,526  .......           11,526  .......  ...............

     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS
  54 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS         .......           27,179  .......           27,179  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MAJOR           .......        1,576,031  .......        1,476,931  .......          -99,100
            EQUIPMENT

     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

     AVIATION PROGRAMS
  55 SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES     .......           79,840  .......           79,840  .......  ...............
      AND SUSTAINMENT
  56 MH-47 SERVICE LIFE           .......          107,934  .......            7,485  .......         -100,449
      EXTENSION PROGRAM
 56A MH-47G NEW BUILD             .......  ...............  .......          100,449  .......         +100,449
  57 MH-60 SOF MODERNIZATION      .......          179,375  .......          140,975  .......          -38,400
      PROGRAM
  58 NON-STANDARD AVIATION              9          179,949        9           58,681  .......         -121,268
  60 SOF TANKER RECAPITALIZATION  .......           19,996  .......            4,996  .......          -15,000
  61 SOF U-28                     .......              404  .......              404  .......  ...............
  62 RQ-11 UAV                    .......            2,090  .......            2,090  .......  ...............
  63 CV-22 SOF MODIFICATION             5          124,035        5          124,035  .......  ...............
  64 MQ-1 UAV                     .......            1,948  .......            1,948  .......  ...............
  65 MQ-9 UAV                     .......            1,965  .......            1,965  .......  ...............
  66 STUASLO                      .......           12,148  .......           12,148  .......  ...............
  67 C-130 MODIFICATIONS          .......           22,500  .......           22,500  .......  ...............
  68 AIRCRAFT SUPPORT             .......              489  .......              489  .......  ...............

     SHIPBUILDING
  69 ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY       .......  ...............  .......  ...............  .......  ...............
      SYSTEM [ASDS]
  70 MK VIII MOD 1--SEAL          .......              823  .......              823  .......  ...............
      DELIVERY VEHICLE

     AMMUNITION PROGRAMS
  71 SOF ORDNANCE REPLENISHMENT   .......           79,608  .......           79,608  .......  ...............
  72 SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION     .......           24,215  .......           24,215  .......  ...............

     OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS
  73 COMM EQUIPMENT &             .......           58,390  .......           44,390  .......          -14,000
      ELECTRONICS
  74 SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS     .......           75,892  .......           75,892  .......  ...............
  75 SMALL ARMS & WEAPONS         .......           30,094  .......           32,094  .......           +2,000
  76 DCGS--SOF                    .......            5,225  .......            5,225  .......  ...............
  77 MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODS      .......              206  .......              206  .......  ...............
  79 SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS  .......           11,706  .......           12,306  .......             +600
  80 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      .......              977  .......              977  .......  ...............
  81 TACTICAL VEHICLES            .......           30,965  .......           30,965  .......  ...............
  82 MISSION TRAINING AND         .......           28,354  .......           28,354  .......  ...............
      PREPARATIONS SYSTEMS
  83 COMBAT MISSION REQUIREMENTS  .......           20,000  .......           20,000  .......  ...............
  84 MILCON COLLATERAL EQUIPMENT  .......          102,556  .......          102,556  .......  ...............
  88 SOF AUTOMATION SYSTEMS       .......           52,353  .......           52,353  .......  ...............
  89 SOF GLOBAL VIDEO             .......            9,714  .......            9,714  .......  ...............
      SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES
  90 SOF OPERATIONAL              .......           30,900  .......           30,900  .......  ...............
      ENHANCEMENTS INTELLIGENCE
  91 SOF SOLDIER PROTECTION AND   .......              221  .......              221  .......  ...............
      SURVIVAL SYSTEMS
  92 SOF VISUAL AUGMENTATION,     .......           18,626  .......           31,526  .......          +12,900
      LASERS AND SENSOR SYSTEMS
  93 SOF TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEMS   .......           35,234  .......           39,734  .......           +4,500
  94 SOF MARITIME EQUIPMENT       .......              804  .......              804  .......  ...............
  96 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT      .......            7,774  .......            7,774  .......  ...............
  97 SOF OPERATIONAL              .......          269,182  .......          259,182  .......          -10,000
      ENHANCEMENTS
  98 PSYOP EQUIPMENT              .......           25,266  .......           25,266  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPECIAL         .......        1,651,758  .......        1,473,090  .......         -178,668
            OPERATIONS COMMAND

     CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
  99 INSTALLATION FORCE           .......           90,635  .......           90,635  .......  ...............
      PROTECTION
 100 INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION        .......           74,686  .......           74,686  .......  ...............
 101 DECONTAMINATION              .......           21,570  .......           27,370  .......           +5,800
 102 JOINT BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE     .......           19,389  .......           10,389  .......           -9,000
      PROGRAM
 103 COLLECTIVE PROTECTION        .......           27,542  .......           35,542  .......           +8,000
 104 CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE      .......          136,114  .......          136,114  .......  ...............
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CHEMICAL/       .......          369,936  .......          374,736  .......           +4,800
            BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS          .......          682,643  .......          671,078  .......          -11,565
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT,    .......        4,280,368  .......        3,995,835  .......         -284,533
            DEFENSE-WIDE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2011 budget       Committee       Change from
Line                            Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  34 TERMINAL HIGH ALTITUDE AREA DEFENSE FIELDING                    858,870          433,870         -425,000
         Production delay                                    ...............  ...............         -425,000
  35 AEGIS FIELDING                                                   94,080          214,980         +120,900
         SM-3 Block IA--additional 13 interceptors           ...............  ...............         +120,900
 35A ISRAELI COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS                            ...............          205,000         +205,000
         Iron Dome Program                                   ...............  ...............         +205,000
  56 MH-47 SERVICE LIFE EXTENSION PROGRAM                            107,934            7,485         -100,449
         Transfer to line 56A                                ...............  ...............         -100,449
 56A MH-47G NEW BUILD                                        ...............          100,449         +100,449
         Transfer from line 56                               ...............  ...............         +100,449
  57 MH-60 SOF MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                                 179,375          140,975          -38,400
         Reduction to quantity due to program delay          ...............  ...............          -16,400
         Transfer to RDDW, line 268                          ...............  ...............          -22,000
  58 NON-STANDARD AVIATION                                           179,949           58,681         -121,268
         Medium NSAV--transfer to Title IX                   ...............  ...............         -121,268
  60 SOF TANKER RECAPITALIZATION                                      19,996            4,996          -15,000
         Contracting delays                                  ...............  ...............          -15,000
  73 COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT AND ELECTRONICS                         58,390           44,390          -14,000
         SOF Deployable Node delays due to protests          ...............  ...............          -14,000
  75 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS                                           30,094           32,094           +2,000
         Special Operations Combat Assault Rifle             ...............  ...............           +2,000
  79 SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS                                      11,706           12,306             +600
         Special Operations Craft--Riverine                  ...............  ...............           +4,000
         Unvalidated requirement: large SFA craft            ...............  ...............           -3,400
  92 SOF VISUAL AUGMENTATION, LASERS AND SENSOR                       18,626           31,526          +12,900
         Clip-on Thermal Imager                              ...............  ...............           +4,900
         Coded Small Lightweight Laser Marker                ...............  ...............           +3,000
         SOVAS Hand Held Imagers--Long Range                 ...............  ...............           +5,000
  93 SOF TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEMS                                       35,234           39,734           +4,500
         AN/PRC-148 Radio for Naval Special Warfare          ...............  ...............           +4,500
  97 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                                    269,182          259,182          -10,000
         Classified adjustment                               ...............  ...............          -10,000
 101 DECONTAMINATION                                                  21,570           27,370           +5,800
         Reactive Skin Decontamination Lotion                ...............  ...............           +5,800
 102 JOINT BIO DEFENSE PROGRAM (MEDICAL)                              19,389           10,389           -9,000
         Unjustified request                                 ...............  ...............           -9,000
 103 COLLECTIVE PROTECTION                                            27,542           35,542           +8,000
         Chemical Biological Protective Shelters for the     ...............  ...............           +8,000
          Illinois National Guard
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             682,643          671,078          -11,565
         Classified Adjustment                               ...............  ...............          -11,565
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Theater High Altitude Area Defense [THAAD].--The Committee 
strongly supports the THAAD program, continues to be impressed 
with the success of the testing program, and commends the 
Missile Defense Agency [MDA] for supporting additional THAAD 
batteries. However, the Committee is aware that due to several 
issues, in particular the Laser Initiated Ordnance System 
[LIOS] and micro-cracks in the Heat Shield, THAAD production is 
about 1 year behind schedule. The Committee commends MDA and 
the Office of the Secretary of Defense for delaying the 
production decision until the missile has been thoroughly 
evaluated. Due to the production delay, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $425,000,000 in fiscal year 2011 and 
directs MDA to keep the congressional defense committees 
informed on the progress of THAAD production and any schedule 
changes for outfitting the Army's THAAD batteries as a result 
of the production delay.
    Standard Missile-3 [SM-3] Block IA.--The Committee believes 
that MDA prematurely stopped production of the SM-3 Block IA 
missile in favor of moving to production of the SM-3 Block IB 
interceptor before conducting any flight tests. Since MDA made 
the decision to end production of the SM-3 Block IA missile, 
the SM-3 Block IB missile has had several technical and 
developmental problems that continue to delay the first 
intercept test of the upgraded missile. The SM-3 Block IB 
cannot enter into production until it has completed additional 
testing, including the first intercept. In order to sustain 
production until the SM-3 Block IB is ready for procurement, 
and to help meet the increasing demand for SM-3 missiles from 
Combatant Commanders around the globe, the Committee recommends 
$120,900,000 for an additional 13 missiles in the fiscal year 
2011 base budget and $111,600,000 for an additional 12 SM-3 
Block IA missiles in the overseas contingencies request 
reflected in title IX of this act.
    Furthermore, the Committee directs MDA to use the 
$94,080,000 in the fiscal year 2011 budget that was designated 
to begin procurement of the SM-3 Block IB missile for either 
additional SM-3 Block IA missiles or Block IB missiles if they 
are adequately tested and a review is done to assess the 
quality of the missile prior to production, similar to the 
THAAD reviews described above.

                  National Guard and Reserve Equipment

Appropriations, 2010....................................................
Budget estimate, 2011...................................................
Committee recommendation................................    $500,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $500,000,000. 
This is $500,000,000 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, not later than 30 days 
after enactment of this act.

                     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.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

       NATIONAL GUARD & RESERVE

     RESERVE EQUIPMENT

     ARMY RESERVE
     MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT      .......  ...............  .......           82,500  .......          +82,500

     NAVY RESERVE
     MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT      .......  ...............  .......           82,500  .......          +82,500

     MARINE CORPS RESERVE
     MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT      .......  ...............  .......           82,500  .......          +82,500

     AIR FORCE RESERVE
     MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT      .......  ...............  .......           82,500  .......          +82,500
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESERVE         .......  ...............  .......          330,000  .......         +330,000
            EQUIPMENT

     NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT

     ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
     MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT      .......  ...............  .......           85,000  .......          +85,000

     AIR NATIONAL GUARD
     MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT      .......  ...............  .......           85,000  .......          +85,000
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD  .......  ...............  .......          170,000  .......         +170,000
            EQUIPMENT
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD  .......  ...............  .......          500,000  .......         +500,000
            & RESERVE EQUIPMENT
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Unobligated Balances.--Since 1981, the Committee has 
provided support to the Reserve components by addressing 
equipment shortfalls through the National Guard and Reserve 
Equipment Account [NGREA]. The Committee understands how vital 
NGREA funding has been for filling the substantial backlog of 
equipment needs.
    However, the Committee is concerned that several of the 
Reserve components, including the Air Force Reserve, Air 
National Guard, Army Reserve and the Army National Guard, have 
a sizable amount of unobligated funds from past fiscal years. 
For example, as of June 30, 2010, the Army Guard had 
$1,636,637,000 in unobligated funds with $475,230,000 of these 
funds set to expire September 30, 2010. The Committee is 
concerned that the Reserve components may not be able to 
obligate this sizable amount of funding in a fiscally 
responsible manner before the funds expire. In addition, it is 
disconcerting that the delivery of much needed equipment is 
delayed up to 2 to 3 years, not because of a lack of funding, 
but due to a failure to put the equipment on contract in a 
timely manner. The Guard and Reserve components should 
understand that the current practice of leaving nearly one-
third of all funding to be obligated in the final quarter of 
the life of the appropriation is unacceptable and must be 
improved.
    The Committee directs the Office of the Under Secretary of 
Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics, in 
coordination with the Reserve Chiefs, to examine how these 
accounts are managed in an effort to bring the program in line 
with Department of Defense standards for obligated and expended 
balances; and to provide a report to the congressional defense 
committees by March 1, 2011 detailing steps that can be taken 
to improve procurement practices for each Reserve component.
    High-priority Items.--The Committee directs that the 
National Guard and Reserve Equipment Account shall be executed 
by the heads of the Guard and Reserve components with priority 
consideration given to the following items:
    Abrams Virtual Ops Trainers; ARC 210 Radios for ANG A-10s; 
Bradley Modification; Bradley Virtual Ops Trainers; Combined 
Arms Virtual Trainers; Civil Support Communications Systems for 
ARNG helicopters; Enhanced Communications Equipment; F-15 AESA 
Radar; F-16 Block 42 Engine Upgrades; F-16 Center Pedestal 
Display; Hydraulic Excavators; Joint Threat Emitters; LAIRCOM 
for KC-135s; Laser Shot Tactical Weapons Simulators; Light 
Tactical Trailers; LITENING 4th Generation Upgrade Kits; Mine 
Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Virtual Trainers; NP2000 
Propeller Systems; Small Unmanned Ground Vehicles; Tabletop 
Trainers; Thermal Imaging Systems; U.S. Army Operator Driving 
Simulators; Virtual Convoy Operations Trainers; Virtual Door 
Gunner Trainers; and Wideband Imagery Dissemination System.

                    Defense Production Act Purchases

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $150,746,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      28,746,000
Committee recommendation................................      79,446,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $79,446,000. 
This is $50,700,000 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:

                                          [Dollar amounts in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                               Change from
Line              Item                Qty.     2011 budget      Qty.      Committee    -------------------------
                                                 estimate               recommendation    Qty.   Budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT

   1 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT       .......           28,746  .......           79,446  .......          +50,700
      PURCHASES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 Fiscal year       Committee       Change from
                             Item                               2011  request    recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Defense Production Act Purchases.............................           28,746           79,446          +50,700
    Advanced Carbon Nanotube Volume Production Facility......  ...............            3,900           +3,900
    Advanced Composite Radome................................  ...............            4,000           +4,000
    Advanced Tactical Fuels Mandan Biomass Refinery..........  ...............            8,000           +8,000
    Automated Composite Technologies and Manufacturing Cen-    ...............            5,000           +5,000
     ter.....................................................
    Conformal Coated Chip Capacitor..........................  ...............            1,600           +1,600
    Domestic Production Source for Gun Hard Inertial           ...............            3,000           +3,000
     Measurement Unit [IMU]..................................
    Extremely Large, Domestic Expendable and Reusable          ...............            5,000           +5,000
     Structures Manufacturing Center.........................
    High-rate Polyimide Composites for Military Aircraft.....  ...............            2,000           +2,000
    Hostile Fire Indicator System............................  ...............            3,000           +3,000
    Hybrid Plastics and POSS Nanotechnology Engineering Scale- ...............            1,200           +1,200
     Up Initiative...........................................
    Multi-mode CWDM Optical Component Production Capability    ...............            3,000           +3,000
     for Space and Avionics..................................
    Navy Production Capacity Improvement Project at Lehigh     ...............            2,000           +2,000
     Heavy Forge.............................................
    Preservation of Domestic Copper Nickel Tubing Manufactur-  ...............            6,000           +6,000
      ing....................................................
    Terahertz Spectrometer...................................  ...............            3,000           +3,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                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 2011 budget requests a total of 
$76,130,700,000 for research, development, test and evaluation 
appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations totaling $76,193,695,000 for fiscal 
year 2011. This is $62,995,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations for fiscal year 2011 are summarized 
below:

                      SUMMARY OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army............      10,333,392      10,513,704        +180,312
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy............      17,693,496      17,693,981            +485
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force.......      27,247,302      26,761,621        -485,681
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide....      20,661,600      21,029,479        +367,879
    Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense....................         194,910         194,910  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      76,130,700      76,193,695         +62,995
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       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. 3454, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011 as reported.
    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in these tables shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the table.

          RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION OVERVIEW

    Joint Light Tactical Vehicle.--The budget request includes 
a total of $84,687,000 for development of the Joint Light 
Tactical Vehicle. In previous years, the Committee has stated 
its concern about the slow rate at which the program has 
expended the funds that have been appropriated to it. While 
some improvements have been made in this regard, the rate of 
obligation and expenditure remains an ongoing concern.
    The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle is scheduled to award two 
competitive engineering and manufacturing development contracts 
in September 2011. The Committee believes funding for these 
contracts is more appropriately considered in the fiscal year 
2012 budget request. Therefore, the recommendation includes a 
decrease of $16,302,000 in the Marine Corps request and a 
decrease of $15,175,000 in the Army request, which continues to 
provide the resources needed to complete the on-going 
technology development efforts.
    Joint Strike Fighter.--The budget request includes 
$2,477,041,000 number for development and test of the F-35 
Joint Strike Fighter. As a result of the schedule delays and 
cost increases in the program, the Department of Defense has 
conducted exhaustive reviews of the program, culminating in a 
restructuring of the program in February 2010 and a Nunn-
McCurdy certification in June 2010. The Committee is encouraged 
by the addition of aircraft into the flight test program, the 
revisions to the test schedule, and new fee structures to 
incentivize contractor performance.
    However, the Committee is circumspect on the ability of the 
Department to complete the revised test program on schedule. 
Just months after the program restructure, the Under Secretary 
of Defense (Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics) notified 
the congressional defense committees on June 1, 2010, that the 
``JSF test program continues to encounter difficulties and has 
fallen behind the level of performance projected'' by the Joint 
Estimating Team II.
    Between February and June of this year, for example, the 
estimated ferry date--the time at which an aircraft becomes 
available for Government testing--has been delayed for 8 out of 
14 test aircraft by as much as 2 months. In addition, the 
Marine Corps' short take-off and landing variant has not met 
the scheduled ramp-up of flight testing due to maintenance and 
other issues. Due to the under-execution of test flights, the 
Committee recommends a reduction of $50,000,000 to the 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy account.
    The Department has also requested a total of $115,724,000 
for development of Block 4 software. This software is intended 
to have enhancements beyond the Block 3 build, which will be 
installed on all operational aircraft after completion of the 
developmental test program in fiscal year 2014. In light of the 
considerable risk remaining in the test schedule, the Committee 
recommendation defers all funds requested for initiating 
development of Block 4 software.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $11,474,180,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  10,333,392,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,513,704,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,513,704,000. This is $180,312,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, ARMY

     BASIC RESEARCH
     IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                           21,780          21,780  ..............
     DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         195,845         219,145         +23,300
     UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                    91,161         106,461         +15,300
     UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS                           98,087         123,387         +25,300
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       406,873         470,773         +63,900

     APPLIED RESEARCH
     MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY                                               29,882          91,882         +62,000
     SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC SURVIVABILITY                               48,929          54,929          +6,000
     TRACTOR HIP                                                        14,624          14,624  ..............
     AVIATION TECHNOLOGY                                                43,476          50,876          +7,400
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                      17,330          21,830          +4,500
     MISSILE TECHNOLOGY                                                 49,525          52,025          +2,500
     ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                        18,190          18,190  ..............
     ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND SIMULATION                                   20,582          26,582          +6,000
     COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                           64,740          90,240         +25,500
     BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY                                              60,342          67,342          +7,000
     CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND EQUIPMENT DEFEATING TECHNOLOGY                  5,324          15,324         +10,000
     JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                    7,893           7,893  ..............
     WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY                                   42,645          87,245         +44,600
     ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES                                 60,859         111,959         +51,100
     NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY                                            40,228          41,728          +1,500
     COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS                                                19,118          29,118         +10,000
     HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                               21,042          21,042  ..............
     ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                                   18,364          20,364          +2,000
     COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                        25,573          25,573  ..............
     COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY                                    6,768           6,768  ..............
     MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                    79,189          80,334          +1,145
     MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/TRAINING TECHNOLOGY                             22,198          22,198  ..............
     WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY                                              27,746          36,746          +9,000
     MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                                 96,797         168,555         +71,758
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     841,364       1,163,367        +322,003

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
     WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                     37,364          46,664          +9,300
     MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                        71,510         158,310         +86,800
     AVIATION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                       57,454          88,054         +30,600
     WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                          64,438         100,838         +36,400
     COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                  89,499         197,699        +108,200
     COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                8,102          17,302          +9,200
     MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                7,921           7,921  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                             50,359          51,859          +1,500
     TRACTOR HIKE                                                        8,015           8,015  ..............
     NEXT GENERATION TRAINING & SIMULATION SYSTEMS                      15,334          16,334          +1,000
     TRACTOR ROSE                                                       12,309          12,309  ..............
     EXPLOSIVES DEMILITARIZATION TECHNOLOGY                     ..............  ..............  ..............
     MILITARY HIV RESEARCH                                               6,688           6,688  ..............
     COMBATING TERRORISM, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                        10,550          10,550  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                      18,350          21,350          +3,000
     MISSILE AND ROCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                             84,553          92,753          +8,200
     TRACTOR CAGE                                                        9,986           9,986  ..............
     LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                   26,953          31,953          +5,000
     JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                    9,151           9,151  ..............
     NIGHT VISION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                   39,912          58,512         +18,600
     ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                    15,878          16,878          +1,000
     MILITARY ENGINEERING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                           27,393          49,793         +22,400
     ADVANCED TACTICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE & SENSOR TECHNOLOGY             24,873          26,373          +1,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                      696,592       1,039,292        +342,700

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
     UNIQUE ITEM IDENTIFICATION [UID]                           ..............  ..............  ..............
     ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                           11,455          53,755         +42,300
     ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (SPACE)                   27,551          47,151         +19,600
     AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                ..............  ..............  ..............
     LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER--ADV DEV                              15,596          15,596  ..............
     SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS-ADV DEV                   2,425           2,425  ..............
     TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION                                 42,183          27,183         -15,000
     ADVANCED TANK ARMAMENT SYSTEM [ATAS]                              136,302         207,702         +71,400
     SOLDIER SUPPORT AND SURVIVABILITY                                  18,556           8,239         -10,317
     TACTICAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM--AD                        17,962          12,162          -5,800
     NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                  ..............           5,159          +5,159
     ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                                    4,695           7,695          +3,000
     WARFIGHTER INFORMATION NETWORK--TACTICAL                          190,903         190,903  ..............
     NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                       5,060           5,060  ..............
     AVIATION--ADV DEV                                                   8,355           8,355  ..............
     LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ADV DEV                          80,490          67,315         -13,175
     COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT CONTROL SYSTEM EVALUATION                   14,290          14,290  ..............
     MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV                                           28,132          30,132          +2,000
     SOLDIER SYSTEMS--ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                              48,323          66,923         +18,600
     INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE                                          970             970  ..............
     ENDURANCE UAVS                                                     93,000          93,000  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                           746,248         864,015        +117,767

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
     AIRCRAFT AVIONICS                                                  89,210          74,210         -15,000
     ARMED, DEPLOYABLE OH-58D                                           72,550          72,550  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                    172,269         153,755         -18,514
     JOINT TACTICAL RADIO                                                  784             784  ..............
     ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTEM                                         22,574          18,074          -4,500
     TRACTOR CAGE                                                       23,194          23,194  ..............
     INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS                                           80,337          68,337         -12,000
     MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES                                            3,710           3,710  ..............
     SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYSTEM--SDD                   5,335           5,335  ..............
     JAVELIN                                                             9,999  ..............          -9,999
     FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES                                   3,519          15,519         +12,000
     AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                                 9,892           9,892  ..............
     LIGHT TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES                                     1,990           1,990  ..............
     NON-LIGHT OF SIGHT LAUNCH SYSTEM                                   81,247  ..............         -81,247
     NON-LINE OF SIGHT CANNON                                   ..............  ..............  ..............
     FCS MANNED GRD VEHICLES & COMMON GRD VEHICLE               ..............  ..............  ..............
     FCS SYSTEMS OF SYSTEMS ENGR & PROGRAM MGMT                        568,711         568,711  ..............
     FCS RECONNAISSANCE [UAV] PLATFORMS                                 50,304          50,304  ..............
     FCS UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLES                                      249,948         249,948  ..............
     FCS UNATTENDED GROUND SENSORS                                       7,515           7,515  ..............
     FCS SUSTAINMENT & TRAINING R&D;                                    610,389         610,389  ..............
     SPIN OUT TECHNOLOGY/CAPABILITY                             ..............  ..............  ..............
     NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--SDD                                          52,549          52,549  ..............
     COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT                             2,118           2,118  ..............
     NON-SYSTEM TRAINING DEVICES--SDD                                   27,756          27,756  ..............
     AIR DEFENSE COMMAND, CONTROL AND INTELLIGENCE--SDD                 34,209          34,209  ..............
     CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                        30,291          30,291  ..............
     AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT                               14,041          14,041  ..............
     DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS [DIS]--SDD                    15,547          15,547  ..............
     POSITIONING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT (SPACE)                    ..............  ..............  ..............
     COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER [CATT] CORE                         27,670          27,670  ..............
     JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM                            ..............  ..............  ..............
     WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--SDD                                         24,345          21,345          -3,000
     LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--SDD                              41,039          43,039          +2,000
     COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS--SDD                      90,736          60,736         -30,000
     MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIP-  MENT           34,474          38,974          +4,500
     LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--SDD                                      95,577          52,977         -42,600
     ARTILLERY MUNITIONS                                                26,371          26,371  ..............
     COMBAT IDENTIFICATION                                              29,884           3,000         -26,884
     ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND & CONTROL HARDWARE & SOFTWARE                60,970          60,970  ..............
     GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SYSTEM [GFEBS]                    13,576          13,576  ..............
     FIREFINDER                                                         24,736          24,736  ..............
     SOLDIER SYSTEMS--WARRIOR DEM/VAL                                   20,886          20,886  ..............
     ARTILLERY SYSTEMS                                                  53,624          83,624         +30,000
     PATRIOT/MEADS COMBINED AGGREGATE PROGRAM [CAP]                    467,139         467,139  ..............
     NUCLEAR ARMS CONTROL MONITORING SENSOR NETWORK                      7,276           7,276  ..............
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                 23,957          23,957  ..............
     ARMY INTEGRATED MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM [A-IMHRS]         100,500          60,500         -40,000
     JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND MISSILE [JAGM]                                130,340         130,340  ..............
     SLAMRAAM                                                           23,700          23,700  ..............
     PAC-2/MSE MISSILE                                                  62,500          62,500  ..............
     ARMY INTEGRATED AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE [AIAMD]                   251,124         251,124  ..............
     MANNED GROUND VEHICLE                                             934,366         461,100        -473,266
     AERIAL COMMON SENSOR                                              211,500         211,500  ..............
     TROJAN--RH12                                                        3,697           3,697  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                     21,571          13,571          -8,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            5,021,546       4,305,036        -716,510

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                       26,158          33,958          +7,800
     TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                          8,614           8,614  ..............
     MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT                                               42,102          42,102  ..............
     RAND ARROYO CENTER                                                 20,492          20,492  ..............
     ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL                                              163,788         163,788  ..............
     CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM                                   17,704          17,704  ..............
     ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES                                   393,937         434,537         +40,600
     ARMY TECHNICAL TEST INSTRUMENTATION AND TARGETS                    59,040          65,040          +6,000
     SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS                                   41,812          41,812  ..............
     DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER TEST FACILITY                                 4,710           9,710          +5,000
     AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION                                              5,055           5,055  ..............
     METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT TO RDT&E; ACTIVITIES                          7,185           7,185  ..............
     MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS                                          18,078          21,878          +3,800
     EXPLOITATION OF FOREIGN ITEMS                                       5,460           5,460  ..............
     SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING                                     68,191          68,191  ..............
     ARMY EVALUATION CENTER                                             61,450          61,450  ..............
     SIMULATION & MODELING FOR ACQ, RQTS, & TNG [SMART]                  3,926           3,926  ..............
     PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITIES                                             73,685          73,685  ..............
     TECHNICAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES                                   48,309          48,309  ..............
     MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY                53,338          60,842          +7,504
     ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY MGMT SUPPORT                       3,195           3,195  ..............
     MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOP-  MENT)              16,154          16,154  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           1,142,383       1,213,087         +70,704

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
     MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                   51,619          15,619         -36,000
     AEROSTAT JOINT PROJECT OFFICE                                     372,493         372,493  ..............
     INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO CYBER [ISC] MIP                             2,360           2,360  ..............
     ADV FIELD ARTILLERY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM                           24,622          24,622  ..............
     COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                               204,481         208,481          +4,000
     MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM                                            25,540          25,540  ..............
     AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PRO-  GRAMS            134,999         124,856         -10,143
     AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                         710             710  ..............
     DIGITIZATION                                                        6,329           6,329  ..............
     FORCE XXI BATTLE COMMAND, BRIGADE AND BELOW [FBCB2]                 3,935           3,935  ..............
     MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                    24,280          28,280          +4,000
     OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                 ..............  ..............  ..............
     TRACTOR CARD                                                       14,870          14,870  ..............
     JOINT TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM [TRI-TAC]            ..............  ..............  ..............
     JOINT TACTICAL GROUND SYSTEM                                       12,403          12,403  ..............
     JOINT HIGH SPEED VESSEL [JHSV]                                      3,153           3,153  ..............
     SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES                       ..............  ..............  ..............
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               54,784          55,534            +750
     GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                      125,569         125,569  ..............
     SATCOM GROUND ENVIRONMENT (SPACE)                                  33,694          33,694  ..............
     WWMCCS/GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                           13,024          13,024  ..............
     JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM [JC2]                    ..............  ..............  ..............
     TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                                  54,300          53,641            -659
     DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                         103,002         103,002  ..............
     MQ-1 SKY WARRIOR A UAV                                            123,156         123,156  ..............
     RQ-11 UAV                                                           1,599           1,599  ..............
     RQ-7 UAV                                                            7,805           7,805  ..............
     AERIAL COMMON SENSOR [ACS]                                 ..............  ..............  ..............
     BIOMETRICS ENABLED INTELLIGENCE                                    14,114          14,114  ..............
     AVIONICS COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                     ..............  ..............  ..............
     END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES                        61,098          78,898         +17,800
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    1,473,939       1,453,687         -20,252

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                 4,447           4,447  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL,  ARMY         10,333,392      10,513,704        +180,312
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2011 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                           Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
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    2 Defense Research Sciences                                      195,845          219,145          +23,300
          Advanced Energy Storage Research                   ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Bioactive Polymers and Coating Systems for         ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Protection against Bio-threats
          Global Military Operating Environments [GMOE]      ...............  ...............           +2,000
          High-frequency Devices and Circuits for Nanotubes  ...............  ...............           +3,000
           and Nanowires
          Integrated Flexible Electronics                    ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Protection using Ballistic Core Technology         ...............  ...............           +3,500
          Revolutionary Biomedical Engineering for Surgery   ...............  ...............           +2,300
           and Triage
          Ultracold Matter Inertial Sensor Systems           ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Vision Integrating Strategies in Ophthalmology     ...............  ...............           +1,500
           and Neurochemistry [VISION]
    3 University Research Initiatives                                 91,161          106,461          +15,300
          V72: Transfer to D55                               ...............  ...............           -3,300
          D55: Transfer from V72                             ...............  ...............           +3,300
          V72: Non Department of Defense funding             ...............  ...............           -6,600
          Advanced Materials Design and Processing           ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Development
          Burn and Shock Trauma Institute                    ...............  ...............           +2,400
          High Tech Brain Interface Research                 ...............  ...............           +1,500
          National Security Human Rights Strategy            ...............  ...............           +9,500
          Open Source Intelligence for Force Protection and  ...............  ...............             +500
           Intelligence Analysis
          Portable High Performance Sensor Technologies      ...............  ...............           +4,000
          MRAP Armored Vehicle Precision Engineering and     ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Manufacturing Advancement
    4 University and Industry Research Centers                        98,087          123,387          +25,300
          Anode Materials for Improved Lithium Ion Battery   ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Performance
          Biomarkers of Exposure to Toxic Industrial Chemi-  ...............  ...............           +2,000
            cals
          Electrolyte Additives for Improved Lithium Ion     ...............  ...............           +1,800
           Battery Performance
          Materials Processing and Applications Development  ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Center
          Micro-electro-mechanical Systems [MEMS] Antenna    ...............  ...............           +3,000
           for Wireless Communications
          Nanoscale Solar Powered Bio-Sensors                ...............  ...............           +3,000
          National Information Assurance Center              ...............  ...............           +6,000
          Partnership for National Security                  ...............  ...............           +3,500
    5 Materials Technology                                            29,882           91,882          +62,000
          Additive Manufacturing Repair Center               ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Advanced Ballistic Testing of Lithia Alumina       ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Silicate and Disilicate Glass Ceramic Armor
          Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Solution to   ...............  ...............           +4,500
           Complex Problems
          Affordable Light-Weight metal Matrix Composite     ...............  ...............           +3,500
           [MMC]
          Ballistic Armor Research                           ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Composite Applied Research and Technology for      ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Tactical Vehicle Security
          Implementation of Aging and Battle Damaged Weapon  ...............  ...............           +1,500
           Systems Repair Processes
          Large Scale Manufacturing of Nanostructured        ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Material
          Lighter Body Armor Inserts for U.S. Solider        ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Magnesium armor manufacturing for ground vehi-     ...............  ...............           +2,000
           cles
          Materials Technology for LED Lighting              ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Applications
          Multifunctional Technologies Alliance              ...............  ...............           +6,000
          Nanomanufacturing of Integrated Smart Materials    ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Systems
          Next Generation Aluminum Armor Plate Alloy         ...............  ...............           +1,500
          Next Generation High Strength Glass Fibers for     ...............  ...............           +2,500
           Ballistic Armor Applications
          Next Generation Lightweight Drive Systems for      ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Army Weapon Systems
          Next Generation materials Corrosion Inhibitor      ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Next Generation Protective Seat                    ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Renewable Jet Fuel from Lignocellulosic            ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Feedstocks
          Surface Preservation/Enhancement Repair Research   ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Facility [SPERRF]
    6 Sensors and Electronic Survivability                            48,929           54,929           +6,000
          Miniature Universal Electro-optic Soldier Sensor   ...............  ...............           +3,500
           Platform IED Detection
          Nanophotonic Devices                               ...............  ...............           +2,500
    8 Aviation Technology                                             43,476           50,876           +7,400
          Advanced Prognostic Capabilities System for        ...............  ...............           +4,400
           Unmanned Aerial Systems [APCS-UAS]
          CH-47 Vibration Control System                     ...............  ...............           +3,000
    9 Electronic Warfare Technology                                   17,330           21,830           +4,500
          Matchbox/MX Server                                 ...............  ...............           +4,500
   10 Missile Technology                                              49,525           52,025           +2,500
          Swarms Defense System                              ...............  ...............           +2,500
   12 Advanced Concepts and Simulation                                20,582           26,582           +6,000
          Cognitive Map Based Modeling and Simulation for    ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Tactical Decision Support
          LVC: Advanced Live, Virtual, and Constructive      ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Training Systems
   13 Combat Vehicle and Automotive Technology                        64,740           90,240          +25,500
          Advanced Materials Research for Alternative        ...............  ...............           +1,000
           Energy and Transportation
          Defense Advanced Transportation Technology         ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Program, Hybrid Truck Users Forum
          Hybrid Electric Drive Vehicle Reliability          ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Research
          Manufacturing Process Improvements for Powertrain  ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Components
          Simulation Based Reliability and Safety (SimBRS)   ...............  ...............           +4,500
           DoD Program
          Unmanned Ground Vehicle Initiative                 ...............  ...............          +10,000
   14 Ballistics Technology                                           60,342           67,342           +7,000
          Enabling Optimization of Reactive Armor            ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Eye-safe Standoff Fusion Detection of CBE Threats  ...............  ...............           +2,000
   15 Chemical, Smoke and Equipment Defeating Technology               5,324           15,324          +10,000
          Emerging Chemical Agent Threat                     ...............  ...............           +7,000
          Missouri Multi-Threat Detection Initiative         ...............  ...............           +3,000
   17 Weapons and Munitions Technology                                42,645           87,245          +44,600
          Advanced Lightweight Materials for Enhanced        ...............  ...............           +1,500
           Lethality and Survivability of Warfigther
          Advanced Materials and Process for Armament        ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Structures [AMPAS]
          Emerging Technologies in Advanced Materials        ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Energy Efficient Electronic Systems                ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Laser Guided Energy                                ...............  ...............           +5,600
          NanoTechnology Enterprise Consortium               ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Powder Injection Molding for Advanced Munitions    ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Applications
          Riptide Unmanned Ground Vehicle [UGV]              ...............  ...............           +2,500
           Weaponization
          Self-inerting Munitions                            ...............  ...............           +1,000
          Static Detonation Chamber                          ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Titanium Extraction, Mining and Process            ...............  ...............           +6,000
           Engineering Research
          Unmanned Hybrid Projectiles                        ...............  ...............           +2,000
   18 Electronics and Electronic Devices                              60,859          111,959          +51,100
          Accelerated Materials Development and              ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Characterization for Army Cannon Systems
          2.0kW Stirling Tactical Cogeneration System        ...............  ...............           +3,500
           (STaCS)
          Advanced High Energy Density Battery Chemistry     ...............  ...............           +3,300
           for Portable Power
          Advanced Power Source for Future Soldiers          ...............  ...............           +1,500
          Advanced Wearable Power Systems                    ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Army Tactical Asset Visibility                     ...............  ...............           +1,500
          DC Air Conditioner Suitable for PV Solar Air       ...............  ...............           +3,500
           Conditioning Using Novel VSD Technology and
           Commercial AC Compressors
          Extreme Temperature, Lightweight, Lithium-iron     ...............  ...............           +1,000
           Disulfide batteries
          High-Frequency, High-Power Electronic and          ...............  ...............           +6,500
           Optoelectric Devices on Aluminum Nitride (AlN)
          Large Format Lithium Ion Battery                   ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Logistics Fuel Processing Advancement              ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Low Cost Automated Production of Superior High     ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Capacity, High Rate, Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
           Batteries
          Research Program in Plastic Materials for          ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Portable Soldier Power and Electronics
          Silicon carbide devices for power systems          ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Stabilized Enzyme Biofuel Call for Unmanned        ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Ground Sensors
          The Integration of Nanoscale Techniques for an     ...............  ...............           +1,000
           Improved Battery Technology for Electric
           Vehicles
          Ultra High Efficiency Heat Pump for Cooling and    ...............  ...............           +3,800
           Heating Using In-Rush Control via Variable Speed
           Operation and Pulsing Refrigerant Flow Control
   19 Night Vision Technology                                         40,228           41,728           +1,500
          Laser Detection of Radionuclides for Nuclear       ...............  ...............           +1,500
           Facilities
   20 Countermine Systems                                             19,118           29,118          +10,000
          Microcantilever MEMS Microsensors for Protection   ...............  ...............           +4,000
           of the Warfighter
          Pacific Island UXO Detection and Munition Study    ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Sensors for Terrorist IED Network Defeat           ...............  ...............           +3,000
   22 Environmental Quality Technology                                18,364           20,364           +2,000
          Responsible Environmental Nanotechnologies         ...............  ...............           +2,000
   25 Military Engineering Technology                                 79,189           80,334           +1,145
          Joint Integrated Base Defense Program Office       ...............  ...............           -4,005
           transfer to RDT&E;, Army, Line 60 at request of
           the Army
          Cellulose Nanocomposites Panels For Forward        ...............  ...............           +2,150
           Operating Base Infrastructure
          Geosciences/Atmospheric Research                   ...............  ...............           +3,000
   27 Warfighter Technology                                           27,746           36,746           +9,000
          Adjustable and Adaptive Insulation for Small       ...............  ...............           +1,000
           Tents and Sleeping Bags
          Biosecurity Research for Soldier Food Safety       ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Improved Thermal Resistant Nylon for Enhanced      ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Durability & Thermal Protection in Combat Uni-
           forms
          Laser Studied and Enhanced Reactive Materials:     ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Self-Decontaminating Polymers for Chemical-
           Biological Defense
   28 Medical Technology                                              96,797          168,555          +71,758
          Cell Based Therapeutic Products for Burns          ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Center for Advanced Emergency Response Training    ...............  ...............           +4,300
           System
          Center for Respiratory Biodefense                  ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Clinical Development of a Norovirus                ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Gastroenteritis Vaccine
          Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research    ...............  ...............           +6,500
           for Military Operations [MIL-CAM]
          Development of Drugs for Malaria and Leishmania-   ...............  ...............           +3,400
           sis
          Emerging Infectious Diseases and Links to Desert   ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Environments
          FASTinfo: Patient Status Monitor                   ...............  ...............           +1,000
          Hypothermia and Regenerative Treatments for        ...............  ...............           +5,600
           Neurotrauma
          Identification of Immune Tolerance to Expand       ...............  ...............           +1,200
           Blood Supply
          Locally Delivered Treatments for Noise Induced     ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
          Long Term Pain and Infection Management for        ...............  ...............           +2,700
           Combat Casualty Care
          New Vaccines for Central Nervous System Disor-     ...............  ...............           +2,000
           ders
          Optical Neural Techniques for Combat and Post-     ...............  ...............           +3,500
           Trauma Healthcare
          Oxygen Delivery Patch                              ...............  ...............           +1,500
          Protein Hydrogel for Surgical Repair of            ...............  ...............           +1,800
           Battlefield Injuries
          Regenerative Medicine Research                     ...............  ...............           +2,200
          Regenerative Sciences Initiative                   ...............  ...............           +3,600
          Regenerative Therapeutics for Combat Wound         ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Healing
          Regenerative Wound Repair Technology               ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Scleral Healing and Bone Repair with Sphere-       ...............  ...............           +1,500
           templated (6S) Polymers
          Spray Dried Plasma                                 ...............  ...............           +2,000
          The Operating Room of the Future                   ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Tissue Regeneration Following Injury               ...............  ...............             +958
          Translational Research in Motor Performance        ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Treatment of Osteoporosis and Bone Fractures       ...............  ...............           +2,000
   29 Warfighter Advanced Technology                                  37,364           46,664           +9,300
          Advanced Packaging Materials for Combat Rations    ...............  ...............           +1,000
          Durability Study on Flame Resistant Garments       ...............  ...............           +1,500
          Flame and Thermal Protection for the Individual    ...............  ...............           +2,300
           Soldier
          Fully Integrated Head Protection System            ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Sustainable High Performance Rigid Containers for  ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Military Rations
   30 Medical Advanced Technology                                     71,510          158,310          +88,800
          Advanced Regenerative Medicine Therapies for       ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Combat Injuries
          Advanced Ultrasound for Combat Casualty Care       ...............  ...............           +1,000
          Advancing iPSC Technology for Regenerative         ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Medicine Therapies to Treat Combat Injuries
          Amputee Skin Breakdown Research and Develop-       ...............  ...............           +3,000
           ment
          Army Injury Prevention and Performance             ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Enhancement Research Initiative
          Battlefield Telemedicine System [BTS]              ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Biosensor, Communicator and Controller System      ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Blood Safety and Decontamination Technology        ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Bone Fracture Dart Gun for Rapid Fixation of       ...............  ...............           +1,250
           Battlefield Injuries
          Development of a therapy for traumatic injury and  ...............  ...............           +1,100
           uncontrolled hemorrhage
          Enhanced Gait and Balance Retraining for Injured   ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Soldiers
          Highly Functional Neurally Controlled Skeletally   ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Attached and Intelligent Prosthetic Devices
          Infection Prevention Program for Battlefield       ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Wounds
          Intelligent Orthopedic Fracture Implant Program    ...............  ...............           +1,500
          Manufacturability of Advanced Prosthetic Limbs     ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Military Burn Trauma Research Program              ...............  ...............           +8,000
          Military Drug Management Systems                   ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Military Nutrition Research                        ...............  ...............           +1,000
          National Biodefense Training Center                ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Ocular Wound Treatment                             ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Rapid Bedside Cellular Therapy for Burn Wounds     ...............  ...............           +2,250
          Rehabilitation Technology Transition Center        ...............  ...............           +3,500
          Smart Prosthetic Hand Technology                   ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Smart Wound Dressing for MRSA-infected             ...............  ...............           +3,500
           Battlefield  Wounds
          Staph Vaccine                                      ...............  ...............           +6,000
          The Cooperative International Neuromuscular        ...............  ...............           +5,200
           Research Group
          Trauma Care, Research and Training                 ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Treatment of Battlefield Spinal Cord and Burn      ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Injuries
   31 Aviation Advanced Technology                                    57,454           88,054          +30,600
          Enhanced Rapid Tactical Integration for Fielding   ...............  ...............           +5,000
           of Systems Initiative--[ERTIFS]
          Installation Support and Production Qualification  ...............  ...............           +2,500
           Testing of Army's First Fielding of V35/85 and
           Torquemeter Equipment
          Parts on Demand for CONUS Operations               ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Self-Separation Technologies for Army Unmanned     ...............  ...............           +2,500
           Aircraft Systems [UAS]
          Technology Insertion for Army Aviation Legacy      ...............  ...............           +2,600
           Systems
          UH-60 Transmission/Gearbox Galvanic Corrosion      ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Reduction
          Universal Control Program                          ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Resupply [UAVR]-BURRO      ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Vectored Thrust Ducted Propeller [VTDP] Compound   ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Helicopter Flight Demonstration Program
   32 Weapons and Munitions Advanced Technology                       64,438          100,838          +36,400
          Advanced Medium Caliber Tungsten Penetrators       ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Advanced Reactive Hybrid Armor Material Technolo-  ...............  ...............           +3,200
            gy
          Advanced Robot and Sensor Technologies for         ...............  ...............           +2,500
           Surveillance and Energy Efficiency Applications
          Containment Vehicle for the Suppression and        ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Transport of Munitions and IED's
          Experimental Fighting Vehicle                      ...............  ...............           +7,500
          Lightweight Cannon Recoil Reduction [LCRR]         ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Lightweight Munitions and Surveillance System for  ...............  ...............           +4,800
           Unmanned Air Vehicles
          Non-Lethal Portable Vehicle Immobilization Device  ...............  ...............           +1,000
           [NLPVID] for Large Vehicles
          Quad Cities Manufacturing Laboratory               ...............  ...............           +6,400
          Stand-off IED Detection                            ...............  ...............           +3,000
   33 Combat Vehicle and Automotive Advanced Technology               89,499          197,699         +108,200
          Advanced Motion Simulation System                  ...............  ...............             +500
          Advanced Thermal Management Systems                ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Alternative Energy                                 ...............  ...............          +45,400
          Development of Large Scale PEM Electrolysis for    ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Hydrogen Fueling of Ground Vehicle Fleets
          Force Projection Technology Development            ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Future Tactical Truck Composite Shelter            ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Ground System Power and Mobility Enhancement       ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Hydraulic Hybrid Vehicles for the Tactical         ...............  ...............           +2,700
           Wheeled Fleet
          Hydrocarbon Fueled Solid Oxide Fuel Cell           ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Manufacturability
          Improved Ground System Survivability               ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Joint Vehicle Lifecycle Management                 ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Lightweight Armored Hybrid Power Generating        ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Tactical Vehicle
          Military Installation Electric Vehicle             ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Demonstration Project
          Nanophosphate Battery Storage for the Smart Grid   ...............  ...............           +2,000
           and V2G Integration
          On-Board Vehicle Power Systems Development         ...............  ...............           +4,600
          Plug-in Hybrid Electric Cargo Vehicle              ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle Program            ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Rubber Track Conversion System for MRAP Vehi-      ...............  ...............           +2,000
           cles
          Sustainable Water Production                       ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Threat cue research                                ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Vehicle Electronics and Architecture Development   ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Zouline Armor                                      ...............  ...............           +1,500
   34 Command, Control, Communications Advanced Technolo-              8,102           17,302           +9,200
       gy
          Cyberspace Technology Integration [CTI]            ...............  ...............           +4,200
          Multi Frequency Meshed Battle-Cloud Network        ...............  ...............           +5,000
   36 Electronic Warfare Advanced Technology                          50,359           51,859           +1,500
          Cybersecurity in Tactical Environments             ...............  ...............           +1,500
   38 Next Generation Training & Simulation Systems                   15,334           16,334           +1,000
          Combat Medic Trainer                               ...............  ...............           +1,000
   43 Electronic Warfare Technology                                   18,350           21,350           +3,000
          Advanced Ground EW & Signals Intelligence Sys-     ...............  ...............           +3,000
           tem
   44 Missile and Rocket Advanced Technology                          84,553           92,753           +8,200
          P 704 excessive growth without strategy            ...............  ...............           -6,500
          Advanced Commercial Technology Insertion for       ...............  ...............           +3,100
           Aviation and Missile Research, Development, &
           Engineering
          Army Responsive Tactical Space System Exerciser    ...............  ...............           +2,600
           [ARTSSE]
          Low-Cost Anti-Tamper Integrated Circuit            ...............  ...............           +4,500
          Rapid Response Hostile Fire Detection and Active   ...............  ...............           +4,500
           Protection of Ground and Air Vehicles Sensor
           Demonstration
   46 Landmine Warfare and Barrier Advanced Technology                26,953           31,953           +5,000
          Force Protection Demining                          ...............  ...............           +5,000
   48 Night Vision Advanced Technology                                39,912           58,512          +18,600
          Compact Airborne Multi-mission payload             ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Enhanced Situational Awareness Technology          ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Demonstrator
          Mini Long Range Scout Surveillance System          ...............  ...............           +2,600
          Smart Sensor Supercomputing Center                 ...............  ...............           +9,000
          Spider Munitions System Research                   ...............  ...............           +2,000
   49 Environmental Quality Technology Demonstrations                 15,878           16,878           +1,000
          Permafrost Tunnel                                  ...............  ...............           +1,000
   50 Military Engineering Advanced Technology                        27,393           49,793          +22,400
          2nd Generation Fully Fungible Biofuels             ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Advanced Energy Storage Systems for military use   ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Advanced High Performance Coatings for DoD         ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Infrastructure
          Biomass to Liquid Fuel Using Synthetic Enzymes     ...............  ...............           +2,000
           (Phase II)
          Photovoltaic technology development                ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Production of Wood-Based Diesel and Jet Fuel at    ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Pulp and Paper Facilities
          Projectile Penetration Research                    ...............  ...............           +2,400
          Solar-Assisted Hot Water and Space Conditioning    ...............  ...............           +1,000
   51 Advanced Tactical Computer Science and Sensor                   24,873           26,373           +1,500
       Technology
          Shared Vision                                      ...............  ...............           +1,500
   53 Army Missile Defense Systems Integration (Non Space)            11,455           53,755          +42,300
          Adaptive Lightweight Materials for Missile         ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Defense
          Adaptive Robotics Technology for Space, Air and    ...............  ...............           +5,400
           Missiles
          Advanced Cavitation Power Technology               ...............  ...............           +4,100
          Advanced Environmental Control System              ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Advanced Fuel Cell Research Program                ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Alternative Power Technology for Missile Defense   ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Continuous Threat Alerting Sensing System          ...............  ...............           +2,000
           [CTASS]
          Detection Algorithms and Software for Force        ...............  ...............           +1,200
           Protection
          Discriminatory Imaging and Network Advancement     ...............  ...............           +5,200
           for Missiles, Aviation and Space
          High Temperature Polymers for Missile System       ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Applications
          Real Time MS Laser Applied Research                ...............  ...............           +2,200
          Vertical Integration for Missile Defense           ...............  ...............           +4,200
           Surveillance Data
   54 Army Missile Defense Systems Integration (Space)                27,551           47,151          +19,600
          Army Responsive Tactical Space                     ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Cyber Assurance Tool Set                           ...............  ...............           +4,600
          High Altitude Shuttle System [HASS]                ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Nanocomposite Enhanced Radar and Aerospace         ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Materials
          Positron Capture and Storage                       ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Small Agile Tactical Spacecraft [SATS]             ...............  ...............           +4,000
   58 Tank and Medium Caliber Ammunition                              42,183           27,183          -15,000
          AKE 120mm cartridge EMD Phase II contract award    ...............  ...............          -15,000
           delay
   59 Advanced Tank Armament System [ATAS]                           136,302          207,702          +71,400
          S-MOD milestone B delay                            ...............  ...............          -57,000
          Stryker DVH                                        ...............  ...............         +128,400
   60 Soldier Support and Survivability                               18,556            8,239          -10,317
          Joint Integrated Base Defense Program Office       ...............  ...............           +4,005
           transfer from RDT&E;, Army, Line 25 at request of
           the Army
          REF funded in Title IX                             ...............  ...............          -14,322
   61 Tactical Electronic Surveillance System--Adv Dev                17,962           12,162           -5,800
          Unsustained growth                                 ...............  ...............           -5,800
   62 Night Vision Systems Advanced Development              ...............            5,159           +5,159
          CSP: Transfer from RDA, Line 177 for execution at  ...............  ...............           +5,159
           request of the Army
   63 Environmental Quality Technology                                 4,695            7,695           +3,000
          Hawaii Undersea Military Munitions Assessment      ...............  ...............           +3,000
   67 Logistics and Engineer Equipment--Adv Dev                       80,490           67,315          -13,175
          JLTV EMD contract award delay                      ...............  ...............          -15,175
          Expeditionary Water Reclamation System             ...............  ...............           +2,000
   69 Medical Systems--Adv Dev                                        28,132           30,132           +2,000
          Wireless Medical Monitoring System (WiMed)         ...............  ...............           +2,000
   70 Soldier Systems--Advanced Development                           48,323           66,923          +18,600
          Transfer from OPA, line 147 for Ground Soldier     ...............  ...............          +18,600
           Systems EMD
   73 Aircraft Avionics                                               89,210           74,210          -15,000
          SOSCOE Apache Block III integration change in      ...............  ...............          -15,000
           requirements
   75 Electronic Warfare Development                                 172,269          153,755          -18,514
          CIRCM test and evaluation funds requested ahead    ...............  ...............          -22,514
           of need
          Hostile Fire Detection for U.S. Army/Navy helicop- ...............  ...............           +4,000
             ters
   77 All Source Analysis System                                      22,574           18,074           -4,500
          EMD contract award delay                           ...............  ...............           -4,500
   79 Infantry Support Weapons                                        80,337           68,337          -12,000
          S62: Milestone B delay                             ...............  ...............          -16,500
          Advanced Ceramic Material for Lightweight ESAPI    ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Body Armor
          Portable Helicopter Oxygen Delivery System         ...............  ...............           +2,500
           Console
   82 JAVELIN                                                          9,999  ...............           -9,999
          Lack of acquisition strategy                       ...............  ...............           -9,999
   83 Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles                                3,519           15,519          +12,000
          Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles                  ...............  ...............          +12,000
   86 Non-Line of Sight Launch System                                 81,247  ...............          -81,247
          Program termination                                ...............  ...............          -81,247
  105 Weapons and Munitions--SDD                                      24,345           21,345           -3,000
          PGK Increment II EMD delay                         ...............  ...............           -9,000
          155mm Less Toxic Smoke Projectile                  ...............  ...............           +6,000
  106 Logistics and Engineer Equipment--SDD                           41,039           43,039           +2,000
          Basecamp Environmental Management Systems          ...............  ...............           +2,000
  107 Command, Control, Communications Systems--SDD                   90,736           60,736          -30,000
          JBC-P unsustained growth                           ...............  ...............          -30,000
  108 Medical Materiel/Medical Biological Defense                     34,474           38,974           +4,500
       Equipment--SDD
          Automated Critical Care System                     ...............  ...............           +4,500
  109 Landmine Warfare/Barrier--SDD                                   95,577           52,977          -42,600
          Project 016: Scorpion acceleration funded in       ...............  ...............          -16,000
           prior approval reprogramming
          Project 415: ASTAMIDS/GSTAMIDS lack of             ...............  ...............          -30,000
           acquisition strategy
          AT4-Confined Space Tandem Warhead YJ05             ...............  ...............           +3,400
  111 Combat Identification                                           29,884            3,000          -26,884
          Unexecutable request                               ...............  ...............          -26,884
  116 Artillery Systems                                               53,624           83,624          +30,000
          Transfer from Weapons and Tracked Combat           ...............  ...............          +30,000
           Vehicles, Army Line 12 for Paladin PIM
  120 Army Integrated Military Human Resources System [A-            100,500           60,500          -40,000
       IMHRS]
          Excessive growth without acquisition strategy      ...............  ...............          -40,000
  125 Manned Ground Vehicle                                          934,366          461,100         -473,266
          Program adjustment                                 ...............  ...............         -473,266
  128 Electronic Warfare Development                                  21,571           13,571           -8,000
          EW5: Unsustained growth                            ...............  ...............           -8,000
  129 Threat Simulator Development                                    26,158           33,958           +7,800
          Integrated Cyber Test and Evaluation Environment   ...............  ...............           +7,800
  136 Army Test Ranges and Facilities                                393,937          434,537          +40,600
          Test and Evaluation Instrumentation unfunded       ...............  ...............          +17,700
           requirement
          Army Test Range Infrastructure unfunded            ...............  ...............          +22,900
           requirement
  137 Army Technical Test Instrumentation and Targets                 59,040           65,040           +6,000
          Advanced CB Aerosol Referee Instrumentation for    ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Dugway
          Triad Phase 3                                      ...............  ...............           +2,000
  139 DOD High Energy Laser Test Facility                              4,710            9,710           +5,000
          HELSTF                                             ...............  ...............           +5,000
  142 Materiel Systems Analysis                                       18,078           21,878           +3,800
          VePro--Implementation of Fatigue Data Analysis &   ...............  ...............           +3,800
           Management Methods to Extend Vehicle Life
  149 Munitions Standardization, Effectiveness and Safety             53,338           60,842           +7,504
          Project 862: 155mm HE projectile underfunded new   ...............  ...............           -9,296
           start
          Army Range Technology Program                      ...............  ...............           +5,800
          Demilitarization of HC White Smokes                ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Large Caliber Parts Upgrade                        ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Press-Loaded Explosive Projectile Washout Line     ...............  ...............           +1,500
          Unserviceable Ammunition Demilitarization via      ...............  ...............           +2,600
           Chemical Acid Dissolution
          Zirconium Oxychloride Manufacturing Optimization   ...............  ...............           +2,400
  153 MLRS Product Improvement Program                                51,619           15,619          -36,000
          GMLRS AW EMD contract award delay                  ...............  ...............          -36,000
  157 Combat Vehicle Improvement Programs                            204,481          208,481           +4,000
          Vibration Management Enhancement Program           ...............  ...............           +4,000
  159 Aircraft Modifications/Product Improvement Programs            134,999          124,856          -10,143
          P430: Chinook RW crashworthy seating previously    ...............  ...............          -10,143
           fully funded
  163 Missile/Air Defense Product Improvement Program                 24,280           28,280           +4,000
          Sentinel Active Electronically Scanned Array       ...............  ...............           +4,000
  171 Information Systems Security Program                            54,784           55,534             +750
          Biometrics DNA                                     ...............  ...............             +750
  177 Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicles                               54,300           53,641             -659
          CSP: transfer of HD IR funds to RDA, line 62, at   ...............  ...............           -5,159
           request of the Army for execution
          4th Generation Wireless RF Target Exploitation     ...............  ...............           +4,500
           from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles [UAVs]
  185 End Item Industrial Preparedness Activities                     61,098           78,898          +17,800
          Advanced Ultrasonic Inspection of Helicopter       ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Rotor Blades and Condition Monitoring of
           Helicopter Components
          End Item Industrial Preparedness Activities        ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Improved Manufacturing Processes Demonstration     ...............  ...............           +1,500
           Program for Army Tactical Vehicles
          Polymeric Web Run-Flat Tire Inserts for Convoy     ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Protection
          Smart Machine Platform Initiative                  ...............  ...............           +3,500
          Superior Weapons Systems through Castings          ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Vet-Biz Initiative for National Sustainment        ...............  ...............           +2,300
           [VINS]
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    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army [RDT&E;, A] 
Justification Materials.--The fiscal year 2011 budget 
justification materials for RDT&E;, Army, Budget Activities 4-7 
were incomplete and contained numerous errors, e.g. by 
displaying funding requests in incorrect lines, misaligning 
funding requests and the associated narratives, failing to 
provide explanations for funding increases, providing 
incomplete schedules, omitting contract award information, and 
in some instances not providing the appropriate r-forms. The 
Committee notes that budget justification materials are 
critical to conducting oversight and expects these issues to be 
remedied in future budget submissions.
    Minerva.--The budget request includes $21,600,000 for 
Minerva, an increase of $9,100,000 over the amount appropriated 
in fiscal year 2010, to expand the Department's understanding 
of social, cultural and behavioral forces that shape various 
regions of the world. The Committee notes that this request 
includes $5,000,000 which is twice the amount appropriated in 
fiscal year 2010, to expand Minerva chairs at Defense education 
institutions. The Committee believes that this new component of 
the Minerva program has the potential to build significant in-
house expertise in the social sciences that directly impacts 
the Warfighter, and fully supports this increase. However, the 
Committee remains concerned about funding long-term academic 
research projects and does not support transferring funds to 
non-Department of Defense agencies.
    At request of the Department, the Committee transfers 
$3,300,000 from project V72 to project D55 for appropriate 
execution by the Army.
    Emerging Chemical Agent Threat.--The Committee is aware of 
an urgent unfunded requirement to address an emerging chemical 
agent threat, as identified by the Department of Agriculture. 
The Committee understands that the Department of Agriculture 
has established an Interagency Agreement with the Army and has 
initiated work to address this threat with available funds in 
fiscal year 2010. The Committee provides $7,000,000, the 
unfunded amount for fiscal year 2011, to continue this work. 
The Committee understands that the Department of Agriculture 
will fully budget for this requirement in fiscal year 2012.
    Ground Soldier System [GSS].--The fiscal year 2011 budget 
request includes $36,100,000 in Research, Development, Test and 
Evaluation, Army for the Ground Soldier System. The Army had 
originally assumed that the program would complete the 
technology development [TD] phase halfway through fiscal year 
2011 and transition directly to procurement. However, the 
Committee understands that the Army is changing the acquisition 
strategy and now plans to enter an engineering and 
manufacturing development [EMD] phase following completion of 
TD. Therefore, the Committee transfers funds requested 
prematurely for procurement to Research and Development, Army 
to fund the EMD phase in fiscal year 2011.
    Electronic Warfare Development.--This program element 
includes no less than three separate research and development 
programs within one project code, L20, to include Common 
Infrared Countermeasures [CIRCM], Hostile Fire Detection System 
[HFDS] and Common Missile Warning System [CMWS], as well as 
associated Quick Reaction Capabilities [QRC]. To better 
distinguish funding requirements associated with each effort, 
the Committee directs the Army to establish separate project 
codes for each of these programs in future budget submissions.
    Paladin Integrated Management [PIM].--Following submission 
of the budget request, the Army restructured the Paladin PIM 
program, delaying Milestone C by at least 2 years. The 
Committee understands that a revised program cost estimate has 
not yet been completed, but recognizes the need for additional 
research and development funding in fiscal year 2011. The 
Committee has provided $30,000,000 above the research and 
development budget request for PIM, consistent with S. 3454, 
the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011, as 
reported.
    Ground Combat Vehicle [GCV].--The fiscal year 2011 budget 
request includes $934,366,000 for the GCV, intended to replace 
roughly one-half of the Bradley Fighting Vehicle fleet. The 
total estimated development cost was $7,609,400,000 and the 
procurement of 1,450 vehicles was estimated to be 
$32,540,200,000, for a program acquisition cost of $23,200,000 
per vehicle. Subsequent to the budget submission, the Army 
revised the GCV requirements and acquisition strategy, 
resulting in a 6-month contract award delay. As a result, the 
fiscal year 2011 funding requirement is lower than the budget 
request. The Committee provides $462,100,000, as requested by 
the Army, to fully fund the revised program.
    The Committee commends the Army for addressing major 
concerns surrounding the GCV, to include affordability and 
requirements creep. However, the Committee remains concerned 
about the program's overall affordability as well as the 
advisability of initiating a major combat vehicle program that 
will impact only a marginal portion of the Army's force 
structure while the Army's overall combat vehicle modernization 
plans remain in flux. The Committee notes that of the 
$378,300,000 provided by Congress for the modernization of 
combat vehicles since fiscal year 2008, the Army has set over 
$200,000,000 aside for other priorities, and has additionally 
failed to provide any justification for its fiscal year 2011 
combat vehicle modernization budget request, thereby delaying 
significant improvements to a majority of its combat vehicle 
fleet. The Committee expects the Army to address these issues 
in the fiscal year 2012 budget submission.
    Unfunded Requirements for Army Test Ranges and 
Facilities.--The Army has identified unfunded requirements of 
$17,700,000 for instrumentation across the Department of 
Defense Major Range Test Facilities, and $22,900,000 to repair 
and upgrade infrastructure at Aberdeen Proving Grounds that has 
been significantly degraded, in part due to increased testing 
associated with the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle 
program. The Committee has fully funded those requirements.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $20,003,463,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  17,693,496,000
Committee recommendation................................  17,693,981,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$17,693,981,000. This is $485,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, NAVY

     BASIC RESEARCH
     UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                   108,679         113,679          +5,000
     IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                           17,979          17,979  ..............
     DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         429,767         436,967          +7,200
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       556,425         568,625         +12,200

     APPLIED RESEARCH
     POWER PROJECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                                  98,150         120,150         +22,000
     FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                                 107,448         159,948         +52,500
     MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY                              43,776          45,276          +1,500
     MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS, AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY            ..............           2,000          +2,000
     COMMON PICTURE APPLIED RESEARCH                                    70,168          73,668          +3,500
     WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                           113,724         129,924         +16,200
     ELECTROMAGNETIC SYSTEMS APPLIED RESEARCH                           83,902          83,902  ..............
     OCEAN WARFIGHTING ENVIRONMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                     49,491          53,491          +4,000
     JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS APPLIED RESEARCH                           6,002           6,002  ..............
     UNDERSEA WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                                  69,186          73,186          +4,000
     MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                    36,833          40,333          +3,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     678,680         787,880        +109,200

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
     POWER PROJECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                              117,908         125,908          +8,000
     FORCE PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                               61,877          86,477         +24,600
     COMMON PICTURE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                 96,720         103,720          +7,000
     WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                         98,261          98,261  ..............
     ELECTROMAGNETIC SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                        82,143         101,143         +19,000
     RF SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                             ..............  ..............  ..............
     MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION  [ATD]             115,089         122,089          +7,000
     JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    11,131          11,131  ..............
     WARFIGHTER PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                          18,076          31,476         +13,400
     UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                               49,276          49,276  ..............
     NAVY WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS                    53,177          53,177  ..............
     MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                 21,941          21,941  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                      725,599         804,599         +79,000

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
     AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS                                   123,331         123,331  ..............
     AVIATION SURVIVABILITY                                              9,480          16,480          +7,000
     DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL                                4,275           4,275  ..............
     ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                             8,249           8,249  ..............
     TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE                                    6,452           6,452  ..............
     ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY                                  1,658           1,658  ..............
     SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTERMEASURES                     81,347          81,347  ..............
     SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE                                       57,796          48,796          -9,000
     CARRIER SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                        93,830          93,830  ..............
     SHIPBOARD SYSTEM COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT                                 51          17,051         +17,000
     PILOT FISH                                                         81,784          81,784  ..............
     RETRACT LARCH                                                     142,858         142,858  ..............
     RETRACT JUNIPER                                                   134,497         134,497  ..............
     RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL                                                1,358           1,358  ..............
     SURFACE ASW                                                        21,673          21,673  ..............
     ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT                             608,566         584,766         -23,800
     SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEMS                                  5,590           5,590  ..............
     SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED DESIGN                                       17,883          18,883          +1,000
     SHIP PRELIMINARY DESIGN & FEASIBILITY STUDIES                       1,796          10,796          +9,000
     ADVANCED NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                    366,509         366,509  ..............
     ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS                                  5,459          21,459         +16,000
     CHALK EAGLE                                                       447,804         447,804  ..............
     LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP [LCS]                                        226,288         199,388         -26,900
     COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                                          24,344          24,344  ..............
     CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                              5,388           5,388  ..............
     MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES                                     242,765         222,265         -20,500
     MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM                          40,505          33,203          -7,302
     JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                       25,873          25,873  ..............
     COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT                                             52,282          52,282  ..............
     OCEAN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                           13,560          13,560  ..............
     ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION                                           20,207          22,307          +2,100
     NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM                                                30,403          34,403          +4,000
     FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT                                              3,746           6,746          +3,000
     CHALK CORAL                                                        71,920          71,920  ..............
     NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY                                          4,139          10,139          +6,000
     RETRACT MAPLE                                                     219,463         219,463  ..............
     LINK PLUMERIA                                                      58,030          58,030  ..............
     RETRACT ELM                                                       183,187         183,187  ..............
     SHIP SELF DEFENSE                                                   4,385           4,385  ..............
     LINK EVERGREEN                                                     41,433          41,433  ..............
     SPECIAL PROCESSES                                                  36,457          36,457  ..............
     NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                       9,196           9,196  ..............
     LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY                                                905             905  ..............
     NONLETHAL WEAPONS                                                  43,272          43,272  ..............
     JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS                      159,151         159,151  ..............
     SINGLE INTEGRATED AIR PICTURE [SIAP] SYSTEM ENGINEER       ..............  ..............  ..............
     DIRECTED ENERGY AND ELECTRIC WEAPON SYSTEMS                ..............          10,500         +10,500
     TACTICAL AIR DIRECTIONAL INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES                  51,693          51,693  ..............
     JOINT COUNTER RADIO CONTROLLED IED ELECTRONIC WAR-  FARE           56,542          56,542  ..............
     PRECISION STRIKE WEAPONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM                       25,121          25,121  ..............
     SPACE & ELECTRONIC WARFARE [SEW] ARCHITECTURE/  ENGINE             34,793          34,793  ..............
     ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT--MIP                                        2,161           2,161  ..............
     SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEMS--MIP                             4,253           4,253  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT--MIP                                   663             663  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         3,914,371       3,902,469         -11,902

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
     OTHER HELO DEVELOPMENT                                             44,329          44,329  ..............
     AV-8B AIRCRAFT--ENG DEV                                            22,867          22,867  ..............
     STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT                                              45,667          45,667  ..............
     MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT                       55,792          55,792  ..............
     AIR/OCEAN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING                                     5,735           5,735  ..............
     P-3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                                           3,574           3,574  ..............
     WARFARE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                              3,733           9,733          +6,000
     TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM                                            89,955          89,955  ..............
     ADVANCED HAWKEYE                                                  171,132         171,132  ..............
     H-1 UPGRADES                                                       60,498          60,498  ..............
     NAVAL AIRSHIP                                              ..............          10,000         +10,000
     ACOUSTIC SEARCH SENSORS                                            64,834          64,834  ..............
     V-22A                                                              46,070          46,070  ..............
     AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                        8,689           8,689  ..............
     EA-18                                                              22,042          22,042  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                     80,819          80,819  ..............
     VH-71A EXECUTIVE HELO DEVELOPMENT                                 159,785         159,785  ..............
     NEXT GENERATION JAMMER [NGJ]                                      120,602          90,602         -30,000
     JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM--NAVY (JTRS--NAVY)                    687,723         607,723         -80,000
     SC-21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM ENGINEERING                        ..............  ..............  ..............
     SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING                       193,933         193,933  ..............
     LPD-17 CLASS SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                                    1,373          41,373         +40,000
     SMALL DIAMETER BOMB [SDB]                                          44,091          26,991         -17,100
     STANDARD MISSILE IMPROVEMENTS                                      96,186          96,186  ..............
     AIRBORNE MCM                                                       45,885          45,885  ..............
     NAVAL INTEGRATED FIRE CONTROL-COUNTER AIR SYSTEMS  ENG             21,517          21,517  ..............
     ADVANCED ABOVE WATER SENSORS                                      274,371         277,371          +3,000
     SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION                                 118,897         117,697          -1,200
     AIR CONTROL                                                         5,665           5,665  ..............
     SHIPBOARD AVIATION SYSTEMS                                         70,117          70,117  ..............
     COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER CONVERSION                                5,044           5,044  ..............
     NEW DESIGN SSN                                                    155,489         161,489          +6,000
     SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEM                                  50,537          69,037         +18,500
     SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/LIVE FIRE T&E;                                153,686         170,686         +17,000
     NAVY TACTICAL COMPUTER RESOURCES                                    4,443           4,443  ..............
     MINE DEVELOPMENT                                                    5,455           5,455  ..............
     LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO DEVELOPMENT                                    25,282          25,282  ..............
     JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                       10,489          10,489  ..............
     PERSONNEL, TRAINING, SIMULATION, AND HUMAN FACTORS                 10,759          10,759  ..............
     JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON SYSTEMS                                      12,567          12,567  ..............
     SHIP SELF DEFENSE (DETECT & CONTROL)                               45,930          52,430          +6,500
     SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: HARD KILL)                               5,860          17,860         +12,000
     SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: SOFT KILL/EW)                           84,525          84,525  ..............
     INTELLIGENCE ENGINEERING                                            6,820           6,820  ..............
     MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT                                                12,337          23,337         +11,000
     NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM                                               66,636          66,636  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                            ..............  ..............  ..............
     JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER [JSF]--EMD                                   667,916         588,916         -79,000
     JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER [JSF]                                        707,791         678,791         -29,000
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                 22,783          22,783  ..............
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                 28,280          57,405         +29,125
     NAVY INTEGRATED MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM                    27,444          15,444         -12,000
     CH-53K                                                            577,435         577,435  ..............
     C/KC-130 AVIONICS MODERNIZATION PROGRAM [AMP]              ..............  ..............  ..............
     JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND MISSILE [JAGM]                                100,846         100,846  ..............
     MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT [MMA]                             929,240         929,240  ..............
     CG(X)                                                      ..............  ..............  ..............
     DDG-1000                                                          549,241         536,241         -13,000
     TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM--MIP                                        1,318           1,318  ..............
     SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION--MIP                              1,415           1,415  ..............
     TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC SYSTEMS                                       17,019          17,019  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            6,852,468       6,750,293        -102,175

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                       18,755          18,755  ..............
     TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                         66,066          66,066  ..............
     MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT                                               37,522          41,522          +4,000
     STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT--NAVY                                  8,149           8,149  ..............
     CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES                                          49,165          49,165  ..............
     SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH                         ..............  ..............  ..............
     TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES                                        662          18,162         +17,500
     MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL, AND & INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                 58,329          58,329  ..............
     STRATEGIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                         3,451           3,451  ..............
     RDT&E; SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT                            72,094          72,094  ..............
     RDT&E; SHIP AND AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                    95,332          95,332  ..............
     TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                       376,418         376,418  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CAPABILITY                         15,746          15,746  ..............
     NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE [SEW] SUPPORT                     4,013           4,013  ..............
     SEW SURVEILLANCE/RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT                            19,700          19,700  ..............
     MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT                                  17,721          17,721  ..............
     TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC ACTIVITIES                                     1,859           1,859  ..............
     SERVICE SUPPORT TO JFCOM, JNTC                                      4,260           4,260  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             849,242         870,742         +21,500

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
     HARPOON MODIFICATIONS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............
     UNMANNED COMBAT AIR VEHICLE [UCAV] ADVANCED COMPONENT             266,368         266,368  ..............
     STRATEGIC SUB & WEAPONS SYSTEM SUPPORT                             81,184          76,684          -4,500
     SSBN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   34,997          34,997  ..............
     SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                              6,815           6,815  ..............
     NAVY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS                                      10,331          10,331  ..............
     RAPID TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION [RTT]                                  35,120          35,120  ..............
     F/A-18 SQUADRONS                                                  148,438         151,638          +3,200
     E-2 SQUADRONS                                                      19,011          23,011          +4,000
     FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS (TACTICAL)                                26,894          31,894          +5,000
     TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK MISSION PLANNING CENTER  [TMPC]              10,587          14,387          +3,800
     INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                     23,464          23,464  ..............
     AMPHIBIOUS TACTICAL SUPPORT UNITS                                   4,357           4,357  ..............
     CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                          50,750          50,750  ..............
     CRYPTOLOGIC DIRECT SUPPORT                                          1,519           1,519  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE [EW] READINESS SUPPORT                          39,398          39,398  ..............
     HARM IMPROVEMENT                                                   14,207          14,207  ..............
     TACTICAL DATA LINKS                                                28,854          28,854  ..............
     SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                              32,877          32,877  ..............
     MK-48 ADCAP                                                        26,234          26,234  ..............
     AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS                                             133,611         112,161         -21,450
     NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM                                     3,535           3,535  ..............
     OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                  74,229          74,229  ..............
     MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                               245,298         234,398         -10,900
     MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS SYS-  TEMS             100,424          85,124         -15,300
     MARINE CORPS COMBAT SERVICES SUPPORT                               19,466          21,466          +2,000
     USMC INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS [MIP]                 20,316          20,316  ..............
     TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                                 912             912  ..............
     ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE [AMRAAM]                   2,633           2,633  ..............
     JOINT HIGH SPEED VESSEL [JHSV]                                      3,586           3,586  ..............
     TECHNICAL RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEILLANCE                  ..............  ..............  ..............
     SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)                                  422,268         422,268  ..............
     CONSOLIDATED AFLOAT NETWORK ENTERPRISE SERVICES                    63,563          63,563  ..............
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               25,934          25,934  ..............
     JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM [JC2]                    ..............  ..............  ..............
     JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM [JC2]                    ..............  ..............  ..............
     CONSOLIDATED AFLOAT NETWORK ENTERPRISE SERVICES [CANES]             8,375           8,375  ..............
     COBRA JUDY                                                         36,527          36,527  ..............
     NAVY METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEAN SENSORS--SPACE  [METOC]              63,878          63,878  ..............
     JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS                                4,435           4,435  ..............
     TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                                  35,212           8,912         -26,300
     ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                         ..............  ..............  ..............
     AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                            ..............          49,000         +49,000
     MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                      19,263          19,263  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS/SURFACE SYSTEMS                   8,377           8,377  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS/SURFACE SYSTEMS                  16,665          16,665  ..............
     RQ-4 UAV                                                          529,250         529,250  ..............
     MQ-8 UAV                                                           10,665          10,665  ..............
     RQ-11 UAV                                                             512             512  ..............
     RQ-7 UAV                                                              934             934  ..............
     SMALL (LEVEL 0) TACTICAL UAS [STUASL0]                             26,209          26,209  ..............
     SMALL (LEVEL 0) TACTICAL UAS [STUASL0]                             18,098          12,710          -5,388
     AERIAL COMMON SENSOR [ACS]                                 ..............  ..............  ..............
     EP-3E REPLACEMENT [EPX]                                    ..............  ..............  ..............
     MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT                                     8,158           8,158  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                         18,649          18,649  ..............
     AVIONICS COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                              3,250           4,250          +1,000
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                            46,173          52,173          +6,000
     MARITIME TECHNOLOGY (MARITECH)                             ..............           2,400          +2,400
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    2,831,810       2,824,372          -7,438

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             1,284,901       1,185,001         -99,900
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL,  NAVY         17,693,496      17,693,981            +485
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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                               2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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   1 University Research Initiatives                                   108,679         113,679          +5,000
         Center for Assured Critical Application and            ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Infrastructure Security
         Spin-Torque Effect Research for MRAM                   ..............  ..............          +1,000
   3 Defense Research Sciences                                         429,767         436,967          +7,200
         Human Neural Cell-based Biosensor                      ..............  ..............          +1,200
         ONAMI Nanoelectronics, Nanometrology, and              ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Nanobiotechnology Initiative
         Texas Microfactory                                     ..............  ..............          +3,000
   4 Power Projection Applied Research                                  98,150         120,150         +22,000
         Directed Energy Development and Test                   ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Aging Military Aircraft Fleet Support                  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Guidance, Navigation, Control, and Targeting System    ..............  ..............          +7,000
         High Energy Conventional Energetics                    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Millimeter Wave Imaging                                ..............  ..............          +2,000
   5 Force Protection Applied Research                                 107,448         159,948         +52,500
         Alternative Energy                                     ..............  ..............         +40,000
         Advanced Simulation Tools for Aircraft Structures      ..............  ..............          +1,000
          Made of Composite Materials
         Anthropomorphic Test Drive Sensors                     ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Fuel Efficient, High Specific Power Engine for USVs    ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Integration of Electro-kinetic Weapons into Next       ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Generation Navy Ships
         Naval Port Security System                             ..............  ..............          +5,500
   6 Marine Corps Landing Force Technology                              43,776          45,276          +1,500
         Light Weight Water Resistant Body Armor for Special    ..............  ..............          +1,500
          Operations
   7 Materials, Electronics and Computer Technology             ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Infrared Materials Laboratories                        ..............  ..............          +2,000
   8 Common Picture Applied Research                                    70,168          73,668          +3,500
         Cosite Interference Mitigation Suite                   ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Network-centric Communications Using All-digital       ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Radio Frequency Systems
   9 Warfighter Sustainment Applied Research                           113,724         129,924         +16,200
         Advanced Composite Maritime Manufacturing              ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Fuel and Energy Laboratory                             ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Managing and Extending DoD Asset Lifecycles            ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Nanotechnology for Anti-Reverse Engineering            ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Neural Control of External Devices (Limb Movement)     ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Polymer Science Research and Development               ..............  ..............          +5,200
         Productization of Anti-fouling and Fouling Release     ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Coating Systems
  11 Ocean Warfighting Environment Applied Research                     49,491          53,491          +4,000
         Ellipsoidal Unmanned Underwater Vehicle                ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Littoral Battlespace Sensing--UUV                      ..............  ..............          +2,000
  13 Undersea Warfare Applied Research                                  69,186          73,186          +4,000
         Turbulence Research Facility                           ..............  ..............          +4,000
  14 Mine and Expeditionary Warfare Applied Research                    36,833          40,333          +3,500
         Inland Water Quality and Desalination Program          ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Virtual Onboard Analyst for Multi-Sensor Mine          ..............  ..............          +1,500
          Detection
  15 Power Projection Advanced Technology                              117,908         125,908          +8,000
         Countermine LIDAR UAV-based System                     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Smart Instrument Development for the Magdalena Ridge   ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Observatory
  16 Force Protection Advanced Technology                               61,877          86,477         +24,600
         Advanced Ship Self Defense Technology Testing          ..............  ..............          +6,100
         Advanced Technology for Networked Autonomous Unmanned  ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Systems
         Formable Textile For Complex Shaped Aerospace          ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Composite Structures
         High Temperature Fuel Cells                            ..............  ..............          +3,000
         M65 Bismaleimide Carbon Fiber Prepreg                  ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Mobile Laser Deposition Work Cell                      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Rare Earth Alternatives for Permanent Magnet Motors    ..............  ..............          +5,000
  17 Common Picture Advanced Technology                                 96,720         103,720          +7,000
         4-D Data Fusion and Visualization                      ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Intelligent Decision Exploration                       ..............  ..............          +5,000
  19 Electromagnetic Systems Advanced Technology                        82,143         101,143         +19,000
         Hawaii Surveillance Initiative                         ..............  ..............         +19,000
  20 USMC Advanced Technology Demonstration [ATD]                      115,089         122,089          +7,000
         MEMS Microdetonator Packaging Technology for Advanced  ..............  ..............          +3,000
          DOD Weapons
         Navy Nanotechnology Fuze-on-a-Chip                     ..............  ..............          +4,000
  22 Warfighter Protection Advanced Technology                          18,076          31,476         +13,400
         Hearing Restoration Through Cellular Regeneration      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         In-Field Body Temperature Conditioner                  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Navy Special Warfare Performance and Injury            ..............  ..............          +2,400
          Prevention Program for SBT 22
         Silicon Nanofiber Medical Devices for the Warfighter   ..............  ..............          +5,000
  27 Aviation Survivability                                              9,480          16,480          +7,000
         AMTC Research and Development Riverine Command  Boat   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Intelligent Autonomy Technology Transition/            ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Intelligence Gathering Uninhabited System
  33 Surface Ship Torpedo Defense                                       57,796          48,796          -9,000
         Milestone B delay                                      ..............  ..............          -9,000
  35 Shipboard System Component Development                                 51          17,051         +17,000
         Advanced Fluid Controls for Shipboard Applications     ..............  ..............          +4,500
         DDG-51 Hybrid Drive System                             ..............  ..............         +12,500
  41 Advanced Submarine System Development                             608,566         584,766         -23,800
         Battery Research Initiative                            ..............  ..............          +3,000
         CISRT Enabling Materials Technology                    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Controllable Shock Absorber for Advanced Submarine     ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Weapon Shock Mitigation
         Development of Hybrid Multi-functional Composites for  ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Submarine Structures
         Quiet Drive Advanced Rotary Actuator                   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Submarine Payload Integration                          ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Wave Energy Conversion for Persistent Surveillance     ..............  ..............          +2,500
          and Communications
         Execution delays                                       ..............  ..............         -49,300
  43 Ship Concept Advanced Design                                       17,883          18,883          +1,000
         Composite Surface Ship Louvers                         ..............  ..............          +1,000
  44 Ship Preliminary Design & Feasibility Studies                       1,796          10,796          +9,000
         Bow Lifting Body Ship Research                         ..............  ..............          +9,000
  46 Advanced Surface Machinery Systems                                  5,459          21,459         +16,000
         Fan Coil Assembly of the Future                        ..............  ..............          +2,500
         High Efficiency Power Electronics Module               ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Hybrid Propulsion/Power Generation for Increased Fuel  ..............  ..............          +8,000
          Efficiency for Surface Combatants
         Navy Single Engine Cruise                              ..............  ..............          +3,000
  48 Littoral Combat Ship [LCS]                                        226,288         199,388         -26,900
         LCS Axial Flow High Power Density Waterjets            ..............  ..............          +3,500
         NLOS-LS termination                                    ..............  ..............         -15,400
         Savings from accelerated DT                            ..............  ..............         -15,000
  51 Marine Corps Assault Vehicles                                     242,765         222,265         -20,500
         Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle                         ..............  ..............        -204,000
         Termination Liability                                  ..............  ..............        +183,500
  52 Marine Corps Ground Combat/Support System                          40,505          33,203          -7,302
         Decision and Energy Reduction Tool                     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Expeditionary Capabilities Laboratory                  ..............  ..............          +7,000
         JLTV EMD contract award delay                          ..............  ..............         -16,302
  56 Environmental Protection                                           20,207          22,307          +2,100
         Graywater Treatment Technology                         ..............  ..............          +1,100
         Internet-Based Installation Environmental Management   ..............  ..............          +1,000
          Information System
  57 Navy Energy Program                                                30,403          34,403          +4,000
         High Density Energy Storage                            ..............  ..............          +4,000
  58 Facilities Improvement                                              3,746           6,746          +3,000
         Puget Sound Baseline Monitoring/Intrusion Detection    ..............  ..............          +2,000
          System
         UPSIDE Extension to Virtual Perimeter Monitoring Sys-  ..............  ..............          +1,000
           tem
  60 Navy Logistic Productivity                                          4,139          10,139          +6,000
         Hawaii Event Response Command Center                   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Real-Time Tactical Intelligence Collection System      ..............  ..............          +3,000
  73 Directed Energy and Electric Weapon Systems                ..............          10,500         +10,500
         Global Law Enforcement Support for Counter-Narcotics   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         High Power Laser Technologies Initiative               ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Naval Electronic Warfare Technology Integration        ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Center
         Research Airship                                       ..............  ..............          +2,500
  87 Warfare Support System                                              3,733           9,733          +6,000
         Tunable MicroRadio for Military Applications           ..............  ..............          +6,000
 90A Naval Airship                                              ..............          10,000         +10,000
         Military Propulsion Advanced Program                   ..............  ..............         +10,000
  97 Next Generation Jammer [NGJ]                                      120,602          90,602         -30,000
         Technology development contract delay                  ..............  ..............         -30,000
  98 Joint Tactical Radio System--Navy (JTRS-Navy)                     687,723         607,723         -80,000
         Airborne Maritime Fixed: unjustified increase          ..............  ..............         -80,000
 101 LPD-17 Class Systems Integration                                    1,373          41,373         +40,000
         Gulf Coast Land Based Test Facility                    ..............  ..............         +40,000
 102 Small Diameter Bomb [SDB]                                          44,091          26,991         -17,100
         Joint Strike Fighter program delays                    ..............  ..............         -17,100
 106 Advanced Above Water Sensors                                      274,371         277,371          +3,000
         Electronic Periscope Detection Radar                   ..............  ..............          +3,000
 107 SSN-688 and Trident Modernization                                 118,897         117,697          -1,200
         TB-33 Thinline Towed Array                             ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Communications at Speed and Depth                      ..............  ..............          -4,700
 111 New Design SSN                                                    155,489         161,489          +6,000
         Common Command and Control System Module               ..............  ..............          +6,000
 112 Submarine Tactical Warfare System                                  50,537          69,037         +18,500
         Artificial Intelligence-Based Combat System            ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Organic Submarine Airborne ISRT Deployment             ..............  ..............          +4,500
         SSGN Weapon Launch Technology Insertion                ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Submarine Environment for Evaluation and Develop-      ..............  ..............          +4,000
          ment
         Weapon Acquisition and Firing System                   ..............  ..............          +3,000
 113 Ship Contract Design/ Live Fire T&E;                               153,686         170,686         +17,000
         Automated Fiber Optic Manufacturing Initiative         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Full Ship Shock Trial Alternative: transfer from line  ..............  ..............         +13,000
          136
 120 Ship Self Defense (Detect & Control)                               45,930          52,430          +6,500
         Persistent Surveillance Wave Power Buoy System         ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Wind-Powered Autonomous Unmanned Surface Vessel        ..............  ..............          +3,000
 121 Ship Self Defense (Engage: Hard Kill)                               5,860          17,860         +12,000
         Laser Phalanx                                          ..............  ..............         +12,000
 124 Medical Development                                                12,337          23,337         +11,000
         Composite Tissue Transplantation for Combat Wound      ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Repair
         Treatment and Rehabilitation Solutions for             ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Battlefield Cranio-Facial Wounds
         Vision Restoration using Wireless Retinal Implants     ..............  ..............          +4,000
 126 Joint Strike Fighter [JSF]--EMD                                   667,916         588,916         -79,000
         Defer Block 4 software                                 ..............  ..............         -29,000
         Underexecution of test program                         ..............  ..............         -50,000
 127 Joint Strike Fighter [JSF]                                        707,791         678,791         -29,000
         Defer Block 4 software                                 ..............  ..............         -29,000
 129 Information Technology Development                                 28,280          57,405         +29,125
         Condition-based Maintenance Enabling Technologies      ..............  ..............          +2,550
          Program
         Cyber Engineering and Technology Development Center    ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Project
         Digitization, Integration, and Analyst Access of NCIS  ..............  ..............          +1,275
           Files
         Integration of Logistics Information for Knowledge     ..............  ..............          +1,700
          Projection and Readiness Assessment Program
         METOC Integrated Network-Centric Technology Systems    ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Production Efficiency Program                          ..............  ..............          +2,100
         Southern Maryland Defense Facility Fiber Connectivity  ..............  ..............          +7,500
          Initiative
         Supply Chain Logistics Capability at the ABL NIROP     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         SPAWAR Systems Center [SSC/ITC], Atlantic New          ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Orleans, Navy
 130 Navy Integrated Military Human Resources System  [N-               27,444          15,444         -12,000
      IMHRS]
         Reduction to pre-development activities                ..............  ..............         -12,000
 136 DDG-1000                                                          549,241         536,241         -13,000
         Full Ship Shock Trial Alternative: transfer to line    ..............  ..............         -13,000
          113
 142 Major T&E; Investment                                               37,522          41,522          +4,000
         Surveillance and Strike Mission Radar Test Bed         ..............  ..............          +4,000
 146 Technical Information Services                                        662          18,162         +17,500
         Hawaii Technology Development Venture                  ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Integrated Manufacturing Enterprise                    ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Virtual Business Accelerator for the Silicon Prairie   ..............  ..............          +2,000
 162 Strategic Sub & Weapons System Support                             81,184          76,684          -4,500
         Nuclear Security Sensor System                         ..............  ..............          +4,500
         Virtual Maintenance Engineering Platform for SSGN      ..............  ..............          +1,000
          Voyage Repair
         Conventional Trident Modification                      ..............  ..............         -10,000
 167 F/A-18 Squadrons                                           ..............           3,200          +3,200
         High Performance Military Aircraft Noise Reduction     ..............  ..............          +3,200
 168 E-2 Squadrons                                                      19,011          23,011          +4,000
         Airborne High Gain UHF ESA                             ..............  ..............          +4,000
 169 Fleet Telecommunications (Tactical)                                26,894          31,894          +5,000
         Virtual Secure Enclave                                 ..............  ..............          +5,000
 170 Tomahawk and Tomahawk Mission Planning Center [TMPC]               10,587          14,387          +3,800
         Tomahawk Cost Reduction Initiative                     ..............  ..............          +3,800
 180 Aviation Improvements                                             133,611         112,161         -21,450
         Solid State Arc Fault Detection with Arc Location Sys- ..............  ..............          +1,550
            tem
         Wireless Sensors for Navy Aircraft                     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         F-135 CIP                                              ..............  ..............         -27,000
 183 Marine Corps Communications Systems                               245,298         234,398         -10,900
         Enhance STRIKE Functionality and Integrate Actionable  ..............  ..............          +1,500
          Intelligence into National Intelligence Systems
         Joint Cooperative Target Identification--Ground        ..............  ..............         -12,400
 184 Marine Corps Ground Combat/Supporting Arms Systems                100,424          85,124         -15,300
         Inertial North Finding for Handheld Sensors            ..............  ..............          +1,500
         IUID Web-Based Tracking and Accountability Software    ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Marine Personnel Carrier Performance Feedback and      ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Assessment System
         LAV-AT contract delay                                  ..............  ..............          -4,000
         Marine Personnel Carrier program deferral              ..............  ..............         -18,800
 185 Marine Corps Combat Services Support                               19,466          21,466          +2,000
         Joint Modular Intermodal Container                     ..............  ..............          +2,000
 204 Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicles                                  35,212           8,912         -26,300
         Marinized UAS                                          ..............  ..............         -26,300
 206 Airborne Reconnaissance Systems                            ..............          49,000         +49,000
         EP-3/SPA systems development                           ..............  ..............         +45,000
         Fusion Exploitation Algorithm Targeting High Altitude  ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Reconnaissance
 215 Small (Level 0) Tactical UAS [STUASL0]                             18,098          12,710          -5,388
         STUAS Lite termination                                 ..............  ..............          -5,388
 220 Avionics Component Improvement Program                              3,250           4,250          +1,000
         Avionics Research and Development Laboratory           ..............  ..............          +1,000
 221 Industrial Preparedness                                            46,173          52,173          +6,000
         Life Extension of Navy Weapon System Structures        ..............  ..............          +2,000
          through AMP Technologies
         Out of Autoclave Composite Wing Project                ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Rapid Casting Technology for Naval Castings            ..............  ..............          +1,000
 222 Maritime Technology (MARITECH)                             ..............           2,400          +2,400
         Navy Ordnance Real-Time Location System Using Passive  ..............  ..............          +2,400
          Radio Frequency Identification
     CLASSIFIED                                                      1,284,901       1,185,001         -99,900
         Classified Adjustment                                  ..............  ..............         -99,900
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    Airborne Maritime Fixed Radio.--The budget request includes 
$407,334,000 for continued development of the Airborne Maritime 
Fixed [AMF] Joint Tactical Radio System, which includes a 
substantial increase for ``requirements planning and risk 
reduction.'' Although there have been some changes to the 
program schedule, neither the Government nor the contractor has 
identified specific deficiencies which would indicate a need 
for an additional $80,000,000 in fiscal year 2011. The 
Committee notes that the independent cost estimate performed 
for the initiation of the AMF program indicated that 
development of the radio could take additional time beyond 
initial program office estimates. This would seem to indicate 
that any additional funds for the program would be required 
after fiscal year 2011. Consequently, the recommendation 
reduces the AMF program by $80,000,000 due to lack of 
justification.
    Small Diameter Bomb.--The budget request includes 
$44,091,000 for Navy costs relating to the Small Diameter Bomb 
II development project. These funds are primarily intended to 
integrate the weapons on the Navy and Marine Corps F-35 Joint 
Strike Fighter. The Committee is perplexed at the decision to 
defer Small Diameter Bomb integration on the existing F/A-18 
aircraft to the indefinite future, especially in light of the 
Air Force strategy to equip the F-15 with the weapon prior to 
the F-35. The recommendation includes a reduction of 
$17,100,000 because of delays in the F-35 program, and supports 
the use of remaining funds for other necessary activities, such 
as bomb rack development, ship suitability efforts, studies and 
analysis, and other miscellaneous costs.
    Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle.--The budget request 
includes $242,765,000 for development of the Expeditionary 
Fighting Vehicle. In 2006, the initial prototypes of the 
vehicle demonstrated unacceptable reliability, which resulted 
in a restructuring of the program and the addition of seven new 
prototype vehicles. The Marine Corps is currently receiving the 
new prototypes, and reliability growth testing is scheduled to 
proceed through the remainder of 2010.
    After the investment of nearly $2,900,000,000 in research 
and development funds over more than two decades, the Committee 
believes that further investment in the Expeditionary Fighting 
Vehicle is not warranted if improved performance of the new 
prototypes cannot be demonstrated. The Committee further notes 
that if the program is successful in demonstrating improved 
performance, the program would likely continue to face 
challenges in the areas of cost, schedule, weight, and other 
factors.
    The recommendation provides $38,765,000 for the 
Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle, an amount sufficient to carry 
the program through vehicle acceptance and reliability growth 
testing. The recommendation also provides $183,500,000 for 
estimated termination costs should the program be cancelled. 
The Committee directs the Secretary of the Navy to provide 
regular updates to the congressional defense committees during 
the course of reliability growth testing in order to inform 
further deliberations on the program.

         Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $28,121,985,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  27,247,302,000
Committee recommendation................................  26,761,621,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$26,761,621,000. This is $485,681,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AIR FORCE

     BASIC RESEARCH
     DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         350,978         352,978          +2,000
     UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                   136,297         153,397         +17,100
     HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH INITIATIVES                             13,198          13,198  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       500,473         519,573         +19,100

     APPLIED RESEARCH
     MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT                                        ..............  ..............  ..............
     MATERIALS                                                         137,273         170,973         +33,700
     AEROSPACE VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES                                    144,699         153,199          +8,500
     HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS APPLIED RESEARCH                               87,452          91,952          +4,500
     AEROSPACE PROPULSION                                              207,049         206,649            -400
     AEROSPACE SENSORS                                                 157,497         175,397         +17,900
     SPACE TECHNOLOGY                                                  111,857         121,257          +9,400
     CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                             61,330          61,330  ..............
     DIRECTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGY                                        103,596         114,896         +11,300
     COMMAND CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS                         ..............  ..............  ..............
     DOMINANT INFORMATION SCIENCES AND METHODS                         117,283         115,783          -1,500
     HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH                                         53,384          53,384  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   1,181,420       1,264,820         +83,400

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
     ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS                              33,414          68,614         +35,200
     SUSTAINMENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY [S&T;]                            2,935           2,935  ..............
     ADVANCED AEROSPACE SENSORS                                         44,677          46,677          +2,000
     AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/DEMO                                      53,588          52,588          -1,000
     AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER TECHNOLOGY                         136,135         140,135          +4,000
     CREW SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY           ..............           2,000          +2,000
     CREW SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY           ..............  ..............  ..............
     ELECTRONIC COMBAT TECHNOLOGY                                       16,992          16,992  ..............
     ADVANCED SPACECRAFT TECHNOLOGY                                     83,705          81,615          -2,090
     MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM [MSSS]                               5,899          26,399         +20,500
     HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOP-  MENT             24,814          26,814          +2,000
     CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                    15,755          15,755  ..............
     ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                        17,461          30,961         +13,500
     MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   39,701          46,201          +6,500
     BATTLESPACE KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT & DEMONSTRATION                  32,382          39,882          +7,500
     C3I ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                   ..............  ..............  ..............
     HIGH ENERGY LASER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                       1,847           1,847  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                      509,305         599,415         +90,110

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
     INTELLIGENCE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                   5,019           7,019          +2,000
     PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                         3,576  ..............          -3,576
     GPS III--OPERATIONAL CONTROL SEGMENT                       ..............         381,867        +381,867
     ADVANCED EHF MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                    351,817         351,817  ..............
     POLAR MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                           164,232         164,232  ..............
     SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY                                           45,012          58,012         +13,000
     COMBAT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY                                   26,172          26,172  ..............
     NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                       4,372           4,372  ..............
     INTERNATIONAL SPACE COOPERATIVE R&D;                                   635             635  ..............
     SPACE PROTECTION PROGRAM [SPP]                                      8,349           8,349  ..............
     TRANSFORMATIONAL SATCOM [TSAT]                             ..............  ..............  ..............
     INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE                                       20,580          20,580  ..............
     INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE                                 66,745          66,745  ..............
     WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SYSTEM RDT&E; (SPACE)                            36,123          36,123  ..............
     POLLUTION PREVENTION (DEM/VAL)                                      2,534           2,534  ..............
     JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS                       13,952          13,952  ..............
     NEXT GENERATION BOMMER                                            198,957         198,957  ..............
     BATTLE MGMT COM & CTRL SENSOR DEVELOPMENT                  ..............  ..............  ..............
     HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM                        22,389          22,389  ..............
     JOINT DUAL ROLE AIR DOMINANCE MISSILE                               9,799           9,799  ..............
     REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS AND MATURATION                               34,339          34,339  ..............
     NEXT-GENERATION MILSATCOM TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT           ..............  ..............  ..............
     GROUND ATTACK WEAPONS FUZE DEVELOPMENT                             32,513          22,513         -10,000
     ALTERNATIVE FUELS                                                  24,064          24,064  ..............
     AUTOMATED AIR-TO-AIR REFUELING                                         85              85  ..............
     OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE SPACE                                     93,978         138,378         +44,400
     TECH TRANSITION PROGRAM                                            12,260          12,260  ..............
     NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL                 325,505  ..............        -325,505
      SATELLITE
     DEFENSE WEATHER SATELLITE SYSTEM [DWSS]                    ..............          50,000         +50,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         1,503,007       1,655,193        +152,186

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
     GLOBAL BROADCAST SERVICE [GBS]                                     18,171          18,171  ..............
     NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT                                            60,545          65,545          +5,000
     B-1B                                                       ..............  ..............  ..............
     SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING                           8,066          15,066          +7,000
     B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BOMBER                             ..............  ..............  ..............
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                     89,966          89,966  ..............
     JOINT TACTICAL RADIO                                                  631             631  ..............
     TACTICAL DATA NETWORKS ENTERPRISE                                 102,941          23,341         -79,600
     PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                            50              50  ..............
     SMALL DIAMETER BOMB [SDB]                                         153,505         123,505         -30,000
     COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS                                               40,276          40,276  ..............
     SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS SYSTEMS                                 426,525         396,125         -30,400
     AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC ATTACK                                         25,937          25,937  ..............
     SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM [SBIRS] HIGH EMD                      530,047         530,047  ..............
     THIRD GENERATION INFRARED SURVEILLANCE [3GIRS]             ..............  ..............  ..............
     ALTERNATIVE INFRARED SPACE SYSTEM [AIRSS]                  ..............  ..............  ..............
     ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                                       6,693           6,693  ..............
     SUBMUNITIONS                                                        1,622           1,622  ..............
     AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT                                               37,987          37,987  ..............
     LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS                                               10,650          13,150          +2,500
     COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                             36,905          36,905  ..............
     INTEGRATED COMMAND & CONTROL APPLICATIONS [IC2A]                       10           1,010          +1,000
     INTELLIGENCE EQUIPMENT                                              1,364           1,364  ..............
     JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER [JSF]                                        883,773       1,051,210        +167,437
     INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE                                 71,843          71,843  ..............
     EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE PROGRAM (SPACE)                  30,245          30,245  ..............
     RDT&E; FOR AGING AIRCRAFT                                   ..............  ..............  ..............
     NEXT GENERATION AERIAL REFUELING AIRCRAFT                         863,875         538,875        -325,000
     CSAR HH-60 RECAPITALIZATION                                        12,584  ..............         -12,584
     CSAR-X RDT&E;                                               ..............  ..............  ..............
     HH-60 RDT&E;                                                ..............  ..............  ..............
     HC/MC-130 RECAP RDT&E;                                              15,536          15,536  ..............
     JOINT SIAP EXECUTIVE PROGRAM OFFICE                        ..............  ..............  ..............
     LINK-16 SUPPORT AND SUSTAINMENT                            ..............  ..............  ..............
     SINGLE INTEGRATED AIR PICTURE [SIAP]                                1,832  ..............          -1,832
     FULL COMBAT MISSION TRAINING                                       57,393          57,393  ..............
     JOINT CARGO AIRCRAFT [JCA]                                         26,407          26,407  ..............
     CV-22                                                              18,270          18,270  ..............
     AIRBORNE SENIOR LEADER C3 [SLC3S]                                  15,826           7,826          -8,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            3,549,475       3,244,996        -304,479

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                       21,245          21,245  ..............
     MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT                                               61,587          66,087          +4,500
     RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE                                             26,752          26,752  ..............
     INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST & EVALUATION                              20,665          20,665  ..............
     TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                       759,868         759,868  ..............
     ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH PROGRAM (SPACE)                              23,551          23,551  ..............
     SPACE TEST PROGRAM [STP]                                           47,623          47,623  ..............
     FACILITIES RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION--TEST & EVAL                46,327          46,327  ..............
     FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT--TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                27,579          27,579  ..............
     MULTI-SERVICE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING INITIATIVE                       18,901          18,901  ..............
     ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                 24,968          24,968  ..............
     GENERAL SKILL TRAINING                                              1,544           1,544  ..............
     INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES                                            3,764           3,764  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           1,084,374       1,088,874          +4,500

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
     GPS III--OPERATIONAL CONTROL SEGMENT                       ..............  ..............  ..............
     COMMON VERTICAL LIFT SUPPORT PLATFORM                      ..............  ..............  ..............
     AIR FORCE INTEGRATED MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES SYS-  TEM            43,300          23,300         -20,000
     ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE AGENCY                            42,255          42,255  ..............
     B-52 SQUADRONS                                                    146,096         141,396          -4,700
     AIR-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE [ALCM]                                  3,631           3,631  ..............
     B-1B SQUADRONS                                                     33,234          35,234          +2,000
     B-2 SQUADRONS                                                     260,466         260,466  ..............
     STRAT WAR PLANNING SYSTEM--USSTRATCOM                              28,441          28,441  ..............
     NIGHT FIST--USSTRATCOM                                              5,359           5,359  ..............
     ATMOSPHERIC EARLY WARNING SYSTEM                           ..............  ..............  ..............
     REGION/SECTOR OPERATION CONTROL CENTER MODERNIZA-  TION            23,732          23,732  ..............
     STRATEGIC AEROSPACE INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM ACTIVITIES                     15              15  ..............
     WARFIGHTER RAPID ACQUISITION PROCESS [WRAP] RAPID  TRAN            10,580          10,580  ..............
     MQ-9 UAV                                                          125,427         155,427         +30,000
     MULTI-PLATFORM ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT                        15,574          15,574  ..............
     A-10 SQUADRONS                                                      5,661           5,661  ..............
     F-16 SQUADRONS                                                    129,103         129,103  ..............
     F-15E SQUADRONS                                                   222,677         207,677         -15,000
     MANNED DESTRUCTIVE SUPPRESSION                                     12,937          12,937  ..............
     F-22 SQUADRONS                                                    576,330         426,330        -150,000
     F-35 SQUADRONS                                                    217,561  ..............        -217,561
     TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                               6,040           6,040  ..............
     ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE [AMRAAM]                  62,922          47,822         -15,100
     JOINT HELMET MOUNTED CUEING SYSTEM [JHMCS]                          2,407           2,407  ..............
     COMBAT RESCUE AND RECOVERY                                            944             944  ..............
     COMBAT RESCUE--PARARESCUE                                           2,921           2,921  ..............
     AF TENCAP                                                          11,648          11,648  ..............
     PRECISION ATTACK SYSTEMS PROCUREMENT                                3,017           3,017  ..............
     COMPASS CALL                                                       20,652          20,652  ..............
     AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                     147,396         120,626         -26,770
     CSAF INNOVATION PROGRAM (OR ISR INNOVATIONS)               ..............  ..............  ..............
     JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE [JASSM]                      20,000          20,000  ..............
     AIR AND SPACE OPERATIONS CENTER [AOC]                              93,102          93,102  ..............
     CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER [CRC]                                 58,313          58,313  ..............
     AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM [AWACS]                       239,755         229,755         -10,000
     TACTICAL AIRBORNE CONTROL SYSTEMS                          ..............  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                    67,532          67,532  ..............
     EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS PROGRAM                            ..............  ..............  ..............
     COMBAT AIR INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM ACTIVITIES                           3,310           3,310  ..............
     THEATER BATTLE MANAGEMENT [TBM] C4I                                15,170          15,170  ..............
     FIGHTER TACTICAL DATA LINK                                         85,492          85,492  ..............
     BOMBER TACTICAL DATA LINK                                  ..............  ..............  ..............
     C2ISR TACTICAL DATA LINK                                            1,584           1,584  ..............
     COMMAND AND CONTROL [C2] CONSTELLATION                             24,229          24,229  ..............
     JOINT SURVEILLANCE AND TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM                 168,917         168,917  ..............
     SEEK EAGLE                                                         19,263          19,263  ..............
     USAF MODELING AND SIMULATION                                       21,638          23,538          +1,900
     WARGAMING AND SIMULATION CENTERS                                    6,020           6,020  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED TRAINING AND EXERCISES                                  2,863           2,863  ..............
     MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                                           79,112          80,112          +1,000
     INFORMATION WARFARE SUPPORT                                         2,294           2,294  ..............
     SPECIAL EVALUATION SYSTEM                                  ..............  ..............  ..............
     NATIONAL AIR INTELLIGENCE CENTER                           ..............  ..............  ..............
     CYBER COMMAND ACTIVITIES                                            1,117           1,117  ..............
     SPACE SUPERIORITY INTELLIGENCE                                     10,006          10,006  ..............
     E-4B NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPERATIONS CENTER [NAOC]                    12,532          12,532  ..............
     MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NET-  WORK              78,784          68,984          -9,800
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                              140,017         140,017  ..............
     GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                        3,393           3,393  ..............
     GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                   3,055           5,212          +2,157
     JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM [JC2]                             2,157  ..............          -2,157
     MILSATCOM TERMINALS                                               186,582         306,282        +119,700
     SPECIAL ACTIVITIES                                         ..............  ..............  ..............
     AIRBORNE SIGINT ENTERPRISE                                        149,268         144,268          -5,000
     ADVANCED GEOSPATIAL INTELLIGENCE                           ..............  ..............  ..............
     GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT [GATM]                                5,708           5,708  ..............
     CYBER SECURITY INITIATIVE                                           2,030           2,030  ..............
     DOD CYBER CRIME CENTER                                                279             279  ..............
     SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK (SPACE)                                  21,667          21,667  ..............
     WEATHER SERVICE                                                    32,373          32,373  ..............
     AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH, & LANDING SYSTEM  [ATC]             33,268          36,268          +3,000
     AERIAL TARGETS                                                     63,573          58,573          -5,000
     SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES                                 469             469  ..............
     DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES                           40              40  ..............
     NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (USER EQUIPMENT)                165,936         165,936  ..............
     NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE AND CON-  TROL)           34,471          34,471  ..............
     SPACE AND MISSILE TEST AND EVALUATION CENTER                        4,572           4,572  ..............
     SPACE WARFARE CENTER                                                2,929           2,929  ..............
     SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM (SPACE)                                      9,933           9,933  ..............
     INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS                      1,254           1,254  ..............
     ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                         ..............  ..............  ..............
     AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                   168,963          94,863         -74,100
     MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                      15,337          15,337  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                          93,398          93,398  ..............
     PREDATOR UAV [JMIP]                                                28,913          23,913          -5,000
     RQ-4 UAV                                                          251,318         220,318         -31,000
     GLOBAL HAWK UAV                                            ..............  ..............  ..............
     NETWORK-CENTRIC COLLABORATIVE TARGET (TIARA)                        7,267           7,267  ..............
     GPS III SPACE SEGMENT                                             828,171         446,304        -381,867
     GPS CONTROL SEGMENT [OCX]                                  ..............  ..............  ..............
     JSPOC MISSION SYSTEM                                              132,706         138,706          +6,000
     INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO INFORMATION WARFARE                         5,512           5,512  ..............
     NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM (SPACE)                                     72,199          72,199  ..............
     NATIONAL SECURITY SPACE OFFICE                                     10,630          10,630  ..............
     SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS OPERATIONS                               43,838          43,838  ..............
     INFORMATION OPS TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION & TOOL DEVELOPMENT          21,912          21,912  ..............
     SHARED EARLY WARNING [SEW]                                          2,952           2,952  ..............
     C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON                                            113,107          48,107         -65,000
     C-5 AIRLIFT SQUADRONS                                              58,990          58,990  ..............
     C-17 AIRCRAFT                                                     177,212         162,212         -15,000
     C-130J PROGRAM                                                     26,770          26,770  ..............
     LARGE AIRCRAFT IR COUNTERMEASURES [LAIRCM]                         17,227          17,227  ..............
     KC-135S                                                            20,453          20,453  ..............
     KC-10S                                                             56,669          56,669  ..............
     OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AIRLIFT                                         4,988           4,988  ..............
     C-STOL AIRCRAFT                                                     1,283           4,283          +3,000
     AIR MOBILITY TACTICAL DATA LINK                            ..............  ..............  ..............
     SPECIAL TACTICS/COMBAT CONTROL                                      7,345           7,345  ..............
     DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                          1,514           1,514  ..............
     FACILITIES RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION--LOGISTICS          ..............  ..............  ..............
     ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                         ..............  ..............  ..............
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                    ..............  ..............  ..............
     LOGISTICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY [LOGIT]                          227,614         227,614  ..............
     SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                         6,141          49,241         +43,100
    2AIR FORCE RECRUITING INFORMATION SUPPORT SYSTEM            ..............           5,100          +5,100
     OTHER FLIGHT TRAINING                                                 667             667  ..............
     JOINT NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER                                          9               9  ..............
     TRAINING DEVELOPMENTS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............
     OTHER PERSONNEL ACTIVITIES                                            116             116  ..............
     JOINT PERSONNEL RECOVERY AGENCY                                     6,107           6,107  ..............
     SERVICE-WIDE SUPPORT (NOT OTHERWISE ACCOUNTED FOR)         ..............  ..............  ..............
     CIVILIAN COMPENSATION PROGRAM                                       7,811           7,811  ..............
     PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                                           11,179          11,179  ..............
     FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOP-  MENT            49,816          49,816  ..............
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           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    6,512,467       5,676,369        -836,098

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                            12,406,781      12,712,381        +305,600
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           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AIR           27,247,302      26,761,621        -485,681
            FORCE
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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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                                                                 Fiscal year       Committee       Change from
 Line                   Program element title                     2011 base      recommendation  budget estimate
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    1 Defense Research Sciences                                      350,978          352,978           +2,000
          Development and Validation of Advanced Design      ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Technologies for Hypersonic Research
    2 University Research Initiatives                                136,297          153,397          +17,100
          ARL-ONAMI Center for Nanoarchitectures for         ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Enhanced Performance
          BattleSpace: Reducing Military Decision Cycles,    ...............  ...............           +2,500
           Phase II
          Computer Network Attack/Computer Network De-       ...............  ...............           +1,000
           fense
          Cyber Innovation Center--Research and Development  ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Seed Fund
          Cyberattack Forecasting                            ...............  ...............           +2,600
          Institute for Advanced Energy Studies              ...............  ...............           +4,000
    4 Materials                                                      137,273          170,973          +33,700
          Accelerated Insertion of Advanced Materials and    ...............  ...............           +2,500
           Certification for Military Aircraft Structure
           Material Substitution and Repair
          Advanced Aerospace Carbon Foam Heat Exchan-  gers  ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Air Force Minority Leaders Program                 ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Aircraft Fatigue Modeling and Simulation           ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Conducting Polymer Stress and Polymer Damage       ...............  ...............           +1,800
           Sensors for Composites
          Energy Efficiency, Recovery, and Generation        ...............  ...............           +1,000
          LGX High Temperature Acoustic Wave Sensors for     ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Monitoring of Aerospace Components
          Nanocomposites for Lightning Protection of         ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Composite Airframe Structures
          ONAMI Safer Nanomaterials and Nanomanufactur-      ...............  ...............           +4,000
           ing
          Partnership for Emerging Energy Technologies       ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Wyoming Army National Guard Joint Training and     ...............  ...............           +5,400
           Experimentation Center [JTEC]
    5 Aerospace Vehicle Technologies                                 144,699          153,199           +8,500
          UAV Sensor and Maintenance Development Center      ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Unmanned Aerial System Exploitation                ...............  ...............           +3,500
    6 Human Effectiveness Applied Research                            87,452           91,952           +4,500
          Vigilance Assistance in Screening, Surveillance,   ...............  ...............           +4,500
           and Reconnaissance [VAISSAR]
    7 Aerospace Propulsion                                           207,049          206,649             -400
          AFRL Edwards Rocket Test Stand 2-A Improve-        ...............  ...............           +3,000
           ments
          In-Space Solar Electric Resource Transport         ...............  ...............           +1,000
           Development
          Military Base Energy Security Demonstration Pro-   ...............  ...............           +2,000
           ject
          Renewable Aromatic Jet Fuel Components for DOD     ...............  ...............           +3,600
           Energy Needs
          Unjustified program growth                         ...............  ...............          -10,000
    8 Aerospace Sensors                                              157,497          175,397          +17,900
          Advanced Integrated Microsystems for Military      ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Systems [AIMMS]
          Gallium Nitride Materials for High Performance     ...............  ...............           +3,500
           Devices
          Information Quality Tools for Persistent           ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Surveillance Data Sets
          On-Chip Integrated Photonic Polymer Transceiver    ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Random Obfuscating Compiler Anti-Tamper Software   ...............  ...............           +2,400
    9 Space Technology                                               111,857          121,257           +9,400
          Nuclear Test Monitoring Seismic Research           ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Reconfigurable Electronics and Non-Volatile        ...............  ...............             +900
           Memory Research
          Space Plasma Research Augmentation                 ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Technology Research and Innovation Outreach for    ...............  ...............           +1,500
           Space
   11 Directed Energy Technology                                     103,596          114,896          +11,300
          Re-alignment of funding for ground optical         ...............  ...............          +11,300
           imaging research and technology
   13 Dominant Information Sciences and Methods                      117,283          115,783           -1,500
          Transfer to Line 11                                ...............  ...............           -1,500
   15 Advanced Materials for Weapon Systems                           33,414           68,614          +35,200
          Transfer to Line 11                                ...............  ...............           -1,000
          Advanced Aircraft Maintenance Technologies         ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Aircraft Evaluation Readiness Initiative           ...............  ...............           +2,600
          Alaska Industrial Supercritical Water              ...............  ...............           +1,000
          KC-135 Structural Teardown Examination             ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Metals Affordability Initiative                    ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Military Waste-to-Energy Project using the Hydro-  ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Thermal Energy Conversion Process
          Science, Technology, Academic, Research, Outreach  ...............  ...............           +4,100
           Program
          Sewage-Derived Biofuels Project                    ...............  ...............           +4,400
          Silicon Carbide Material Manufacturing Initiative  ...............  ...............           +5,100
   17 Advanced Aerospace Sensors                                      44,677           46,677           +2,000
          SiC RF Power for Airborne Avionics & Radar         ...............  ...............           +2,000
   18 Aerospace Technology Dev/Demo                                   53,588           52,588           -1,000
          Transfer to Line 11                                ...............  ...............           -1,000
   19 Aerospace Propulsion and Power Technology                      136,135          140,135           +4,000
          Transfer to Line 11                                ...............  ...............           -2,000
          Algal Biofuels for Aviation                        ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Silicon Carbide Power Modules for the F-35 Joint   ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Strike Fighter
   20 Crew Systems and Personnel Protection Technology       ...............            2,000           +2,000
          Joint Strike Fighter Authentic Tactical Fighting   ...............  ...............           +2,000
           System
   22 Advanced Spacecraft Technology                                  83,705           81,615           -2,090
          Transfer to Line 11                                ...............  ...............           -3,590
          Secure Supply of High-Purity Carbon Nanotube       ...............  ...............           +1,500
           Solutions
   23 Maui Space Surveillance System [MSSS]                            5,899           26,399          +20,500
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............           +7,500
          Flash Hyper-Dimensional Imaging System for Space   ...............  ...............           +4,000
           Situational Awareness and Ballistic Missile
           Defense
          PanSTARRS                                          ...............  ...............           +9,000
   24 Human Effectiveness Advanced Technology Development             24,814           26,814           +2,000
          PhasorBIRD Tracker Development                     ...............  ...............           +2,000
   26 Advanced Weapons Technology                                     17,461           30,961          +13,500
          Counter-MANPAD RF Amplifier                        ...............  ...............           +2,000
          LIDAR Applications for Vehicles with Analysis      ...............  ...............           +6,500
          Real-time Optical Surveillance Applications        ...............  ...............           +5,000
   27 Manufacturing Technology Program                                39,701           46,201           +6,500
          Advanced Development of Aerospace Fabrication and  ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Assembly Technologies
          Next Generation Casting Initiative                 ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Rapid Automated Processing of Advanced Low         ...............  ...............           +2,000
           Observables [RAPALO]
          Washington Aerospace Training and Research Cen-    ...............  ...............             +500
           ter
   28 Battlespace Knowledge Development and Demonstration             32,382           39,882           +7,500
          Computer and Communications Network Vulnerability  ...............  ...............           +4,500
           Solutions [CCNVS]
          Cyber Center for Innovation and Education          ...............  ...............           +3,000
   31 Intelligence Advanced Development                                5,019            7,019           +2,000
          Collaboration Gateway                              ...............  ...............           +2,000
   32 Physical Security Equipment                                      3,576  ...............           -3,576
          Unjustified program request                        ...............  ...............           -3,576
   33 Global Positioning System III--Operational Control     ...............          381,867         +381,867
       Segment
          Operational Control Segment [OCX], Transfer from   ...............  ...............         +381,867
           Line 212
   36 Space Control Technology                                        45,012           58,012          +13,000
          Advanced Sensor Data Integration for Space         ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Superiority
          High Accuracy Network Determination System-        ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Intelligent Optical Network for Space
           Situational Awareness
          Integration of Missile Defense Agency radar        ...............  ...............           +5,000
           systems into Space Surveillance Network
   53 Ground Attack Weapons Fuze Development                          32,513           22,513          -10,000
          Program delay                                      ...............  ...............          -10,000
   56 Operationally Responsive Space                                  93,978          138,378          +44,400
          Program increase for responsive launch capabili-   ...............  ...............          +40,000
           ties
          Space Sensor Data Link Technology                  ...............  ...............           +4,400
   58 National Polar-Orbiting Operational Environmental              325,505  ...............         -325,505
       Satellite System [NPOESS]
          Program termination                                ...............  ...............         -325,505
  58A Defense Weather Satellite System [DWSS]                ...............           50,000          +50,000
          DWSS-only for defense sensor development           ...............  ...............          +50,000
   60 Nuclear Weapons Support                                         60,545           65,545           +5,000
          Nuclear Enterprise Surety Tracking II              ...............  ...............           +5,000
   62 Specialized Undergraduate Flight Training                        8,066           15,066           +7,000
          AT-6B Demonstration for the Air National Guard     ...............  ...............           +7,000
   66 Tactical Data Networks Enterprise                              102,941           23,341          -79,600
          F-22A Advanced Tactical Data Link--program         ...............  ...............          -79,600
           termination
   68 Small Diameter Bomb [SDB]                                      153,505          123,505          -30,000
          SDB II--Contract Award Delay                       ...............  ...............          -30,000
   70 Space Situation Awareness Systems                              426,525          396,125          -30,400
          Schedule delay for SBSS Follow-on                  ...............  ...............          -30,400
   77 Life Support Systems                                            10,650           13,150           +2,500
          Active Noise Reduction Communication Ear Plug for  ...............  ...............           +2,500
           Military Aircrew
   79 Integrated Command & Control Applications [IC2A]                    10            1,010           +1,000
          Service Oriented Architecture Implementation for   ...............  ...............           +1,000
           Cyber-Security Tools
   81 Joint Strike Fighter [JSF]                                     883,773        1,051,210         +167,437
          Air Force requested transfer from Line 135         ...............  ...............         +159,837
          Air Force requested transfer for Auto GCAS from    ...............  ...............           +7,600
           APAF, Line 43
   85 Next Generation Aerial Refueling Aircraft                      863,875          538,875         -325,000
          Contract award delay                               ...............  ...............         -325,000
   86 CSAR HH-60 Recapitalization                                     12,584  ...............          -12,584
          Premature request                                  ...............  ...............          -12,584
   91 Single Integrated Air Picture [SIAP]                             1,832  ...............           -1,832
          Program termination                                ...............  ...............           -1,832
   96 Airborne Senior Leader C3 [SLC3S]                               15,826            7,826           -8,000
          Contract award delay for SLC3S-A Communications    ...............  ...............           -8,000
           Program [SCP]
   98 Major T&E; Investment                                            61,587           66,087           +4,500
          Holloman High Speed Test Track                     ...............  ...............           +4,500
  114 Air Force Integrated Military Human Resources System            43,300           23,300          -20,000
       [AF-IMHRS]
          Funding ahead of need                              ...............  ...............          -20,000
  117 B-52 Squadrons                                                 146,096          141,396           -4,700
          Air Force requested transfer from APAF, Line 38    ...............  ...............          +13,000
           for Internal Weapons Bay
          EHF development funding ahead of need due to       ...............  ...............          -24,700
           delay in FAB-T prototype delivery
          B-52 Satellite Communications                      ...............  ...............           +7,000
  119 B-1B Squadrons                                                  33,234           35,234           +2,000
          B-1B AESA Radar Operational Utility Evaluation     ...............  ...............           +2,000
  128 MQ-9 UAV                                                       125,427          155,427          +30,000
          Information Dominance Sensor Testbed--Air Force    ...............  ...............          +15,000
           identified shortfall
          Predator C                                         ...............  ...............          +15,000
  132 F-15E Squadrons                                                222,677          207,677          -15,000
          Contract award delays                              ...............  ...............          -15,000
  134 F-22A Squadrons                                                576,330          426,330         -150,000
          Lab infrastructure                                 ...............  ...............          -50,000
          Modernization program                              ...............  ...............         -100,000
  135 F-35 Squadrons                                                 217,561  ...............         -217,561
          Premature request for follow-on development        ...............  ...............          -57,724
          Air Force requested transfer to Line 81            ...............  ...............         -159,837
  137 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile [AMRAAM]               62,922           47,822          -15,100
          Funding ahead of need for F-22 Aircraft Integra-   ...............  ...............          -15,100
           tion
  144 Aircraft Engine Component Improvement Program                  147,396          120,626          -26,770
          F-135 CIP--Funding ahead of need                   ...............  ...............          -26,770
  149 Airborne Warning and Control System [AWACS]                    239,755          229,755          -10,000
          Contract award and schedule delays for Block 40/   ...............  ...............          -10,000
           45 EMD and DRAGON
  161 USAF Modeling and Simulation                                    21,638           23,538           +1,900
          Critical Infrastructure Cyber Operations           ...............  ...............           +1,900
           Simulation
  164 Mission Planning Systems                                        79,112           80,112           +1,000
          Cyber Attack Prevention via Technology and User    ...............  ...............           +1,000
           Education
  175 Minimum Essential Emergency Communications Network              78,784           68,984           -9,800
       [MEECN]
          MMPU Production--Air Force requested transfer to   ...............  ...............           -9,800
           MPAF, Line 9
  178 Global Command and Control System                                3,055            5,212           +2,157
          Air Force requested transfer from RDAF, Line 179   ...............  ...............           +2,157
  179 Joint Command and Control Program [JC2]                          2,157  ...............           -2,157
          Air Force requested transfer to RDAF, Line 178     ...............  ...............           -2,157
  180 MILSATCOM Terminals                                            186,582          306,282         +119,700
          FAB-T, Air Force requested transfer from APAF,     ...............  ...............         +119,700
           Line 75
  182 Airborne SIGINT Enterprise                                     149,268          144,268           -5,000
          Program execution                                  ...............  ...............           -5,000
  190 Air Traffic Control, Approach, and Landing System               33,268           36,268           +3,000
       [ATCALS]
          Transportable Transponder Landing System [TTLS]    ...............  ...............           +3,000
  191 Aerial Targets                                                  63,573           58,573           -5,000
          Program execution                                  ...............  ...............           -5,000
  206 Airborne Reconnaissance Systems                                168,963           94,863          -74,100
          Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Environment-Aware          ...............  ...............           +4,600
           Adaptive Monitoring
          Wide Area Airborne Surveillance Program of         ...............  ...............          -78,700
           Record--program termination
  209 MQ-1 Predator A UAV                                             28,913           23,913           -5,000
          Program execution                                  ...............  ...............           -5,000
  210 RQ-4 UAV                                                       251,318          220,318          -31,000
          Execution adjustment                               ...............  ...............          -31,000
  212 GPS III Space Segment                                          828,171          446,304         -381,867
          Operational Control Segment [OCX], Transfer to     ...............  ...............         -381,867
           Line 33
  213 JSpOC Mission System                                           132,706          138,706           +6,000
          Karnac                                             ...............  ...............           +6,000
  220 C-130 Airlift Squadron                                         113,107           48,107          -65,000
          Air Force requested transfer to APAF, Line 62      ...............  ...............          -65,000
  222 C-17 Aircraft (IF)                                             177,212          162,212          -15,000
          Contract award delays                              ...............  ...............          -15,000
  228 C-STOL Aircraft                                                  1,283            4,283           +3,000
          Next Generation Simulation Training for AFSOC      ...............  ...............           +3,000
           Pararescue Forces
  235 Support Systems Development                                      6,141           49,241          +43,100
          Alternative energy research and integration        ...............  ...............          +40,000
          Freedom Fuels/Coal Fuel Alliance                   ...............  ...............           +3,100
 235A Air Force Recruiting Information Support System        ...............            5,100           +5,100
          Air Force Recruiting Information Support System--  ...............  ...............           +5,100
           Air Force Requested Transfer from OMAF
  999 Classified Programs                                         12,406,781       12,712,381         +305,600
          Classified Adjustments                             ...............  ...............         +305,600
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    National Polar-Orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite 
System [NPOESS] and Defense Weather Satellite System [DWSS].--
The Committee is concerned over the staggering cost estimates 
associated with the cancellation of the NPOESS tri-agency 
program and the follow-on systems that will be developed by the 
Department of Defense [DOD] and the National Oceanic and 
Atmospheric Administration [NOAA] respectively. The Nation has 
already invested $5,038,000,000 in the NPOESS program. The 
current NOAA plan will invest an additional $9,403,000,000 to 
complete its program. The most recent DOD cost estimates for 
the DWSS program are close to $6,000,000,000. Therefore, if 
nothing changes, the current price tag for these satellites is 
more than $20,000,000,000.
    While the Committee understands the importance of these 
satellites and their mission, the Committee believes that there 
must be a more cost-effective way for the DOD to utilize NOAA's 
significant investment. It is premature at this time for DOD to 
set up a large program office and begin to build DWSS. 
Fortunately, DOD currently has two remaining Defense 
Meteorological Satellites in storage, which provides the Air 
Force more time to coordinate with NOAA on a follow-on program. 
The Committee understands, however, that there are unique 
sensors for DOD's weather satellites that should continue to be 
developed and provides $50,000,000 only for the DOD-specific 
sensor development.
    Combat Search and Rescue [CSAR] HH-60 Recapitalization.--
The Committee provides no funding for the CSAR HH-60 
recapitalization program. The Air Force needs to replace these 
helicopters, but not at excess cost to the taxpayer. The 
Committee is concerned that the Air Force spent well over 
$200,000,000 on the CSAR-X program--the predecessor to the 
recapitalization program--and it was subsequently terminated 
with nothing to show for that investment. The Committee is 
concerned that the Air Force's current plan could produce 
similar results. The Air Force currently has over $150,000,000 
programmed for the CSAR HH-60 recapitalization program over the 
next 5 years, but does not plan to present its long-term 
recapitalization program to the Congress until the fiscal year 
2012 budget submission.
    At the same time, however, the Air Force is growing its 
current HH-60 Pave Hawk fleet and replacing damaged or 
destroyed aircraft with the Operational Loss Replacement 
program [HH-60 OLR]. The Air Force is procuring UH-60M 
helicopters off of an existing Army contract and making 
modifications for its CSAR mission. The Committee believes that 
the most cost effective approach is to continue the Operational 
Loss Replacement program until a more well-defined, affordable 
approach to recapitalization is presented to the Congress. To 
support the Operational Loss Replacement effort, the Committee 
includes $303,400,000 above the budget request for 10 HH-60Ms 
in the Aircraft Procurement, Air Force Account under title IX 
of this act.
    Common Vertical Lift Support Platform [CVLSP].--The Air 
Force requested that the Committee transfer funding from the 
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force Account to the Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force Account for the 
CVLSP program. The Committee denies the request and provides no 
funds in research and development for the CVLSP program. The 
Committee is concerned that, like the CSAR HH-60 
Recapitalization program, this program will take longer and 
cost more than is reasonable. The Committee has already 
provided $7,900,000 to stand up a program office and develop 
documentation to support a competition. The Air Force requested 
another $6,400,000 to continue to support planning and the 
program office in fiscal year 2011. A contract award is not 
anticipated until mid-fiscal year 2012 for two test aircraft in 
the Research and Development Account. These costs appear 
excessive given that this program is intended to replace legacy 
UH-1N platforms with a helicopter with similar capability and 
capacity. According to the most recent plan, the Air Force will 
spend over $73,000,000 in research and development on a program 
that should be able to go directly to procurement today. The 
Committee supports the Air Force's efforts to replace the aging 
UH-1Ns but does not support excess spending in research and 
development for the replacement program.
    F-22 Modernization Program.--The Committee is concerned 
over the mounting costs of the F-22 modernization program. In 
the fiscal year 2011 budget request alone, there is 
$1,272,200,000 in the Aircraft Procurement, Air Force and 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force accounts 
for F-22 modernization. The Committee understands that the F-22 
modernization program will cost over $11,000,000,000 to 
complete, which is an alarming price tag to modernize the most 
advanced fighter aircraft in the world. To rein in spending on 
the F-22 modernization program, the Committee has recommended 
several reductions and expects the Office of the Secretary of 
Defense to closely examine the modernization program in the 
fiscal year 2012 budget submission.
    First, the Committee recommends $101,000,000 to update F-22 
laboratory infrastructure, which is a $50,000,000 reduction to 
the budget request. There are 20 laboratories across the 
country that support the F-22 program. To date, over 
$400,000,000 has been spent to upgrade these laboratories and 
the Air Force plans to spend another $583,500,000 from fiscal 
year 2011 through fiscal year 2015 on laboratory 
infrastructure. The Committee has reduced funding for this 
program in the past as excessive, but the Air Force has not 
changed its plans to spend nearly $1,000,000,000 on the upgrade 
initiatives.
    Second, the Committee recommends a $100,000,000 reduction 
to the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force F-
22 modernization program. As noted above, the cost of 
modernizing the world's most advanced fighter aircraft is 
unjustifiable given that production is just beginning to wind 
down and the aircraft are still being fielded. The Committee 
directs the Government Accountability Office to provide the 
congressional defense committees with a report that examines 
the history of the modernization programs of other fighter 
aircraft, such as the F-15, F-16, F-117, and F-18. The report 
shall include a review of the funding and capability 
enhancements in the F-22 modernization program in comparison to 
other fighter aircraft programs at the same stage of their 
development and fielding. In addition, the report shall examine 
the F-22 data link efforts as described further in the 
paragraph below.
    Third, the Committee provides no funding for the F-22 
Multifunction Advance Data Link [MADL] program. In August 2008, 
the Joint Requirements Oversight Council [JROC] approved MADL 
as the waveform for all low observable platforms. In November 
2009, the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, 
Technology and Logistics [USD [AT&L;]] directed that the Joint 
Strike Fighter Joint Program Office would develop the MADL 
waveform and the message standards, and the Air Force would 
develop an implementation plan for those waveforms. However, 
since that direction from the JROC and USD [AT&L;], the Air 
Force plans to spend in excess of $1,000,000,000 on MADL for 
the F-22. This significant amount of funding to incorporate the 
F-35 waveform into the F-22 is hard to comprehend given that 
the F-35 program is funding the majority of the development 
effort. The Committee directs the USD [AT&L;] to examine the 
MADL program and provide the Committee with a more sustainable 
plan for the F-22 data link.
    Finally, the Committee recommends a reduction of 
$15,100,000 for integration of AIM-120D on the F-22. The 
request is premature given that there is at least a 10-month 
schedule delay in the AIM-120D operational test program, the 
Air Force slowed down the F-22 modernization program from 
fiscal year 2010 to the fiscal year 2011 budget request, which 
pushed out the AIM-120D integration onto F-22, and the 
Committee's recommendation to re-scope the modernization 
program in future year planning. The Committee understands that 
AIM-120D integration onto the F-22 is still a requirement and 
that it will need to be done in accordance with the new 
schedule for AIM-120D and the re-phased F-22 modernization 
program.
    Wide Area Airborne Surveillance [WAAS] Program of Record.--
In accordance with Senate report 111-201 accompanying S. 3454, 
the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011, as 
reported, the Committee eliminates funding for the WAAS program 
of record.

        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $20,747,081,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  20,661,600,000
Committee recommendation................................  21,029,479,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$21,029,479,000. This is $367,879,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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          RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE-WIDE

     BASIC RESEARCH
     DTRA UNIVERSITY STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP BASIC RESEARCH               47,412          47,412  ..............
     DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         328,195         295,695         -32,500
     GOVT/INDUSTRY COSPONSORSHIP OF UNIVERSITY RESEARCH         ..............           3,400          +3,400
     DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM TO STIMULATE COMPETI-  TIVE   ..............  ..............  ..............
     NATIONAL DEFENSE EDUCATION PROGRAM                                109,911          95,311         -14,600
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                            49,508          55,508          +6,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       535,026         497,326         -37,700

     APPLIED RESEARCH
     INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS--EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT                     22,448          20,448          -2,000
     HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES & UNIV [HBCU] SCIENCE                  15,067          15,067  ..............
     LINCOLN LABORATORY RESEARCH PROGRAM                                32,830          32,830  ..............
     INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                         281,262         253,262         -28,000
     COGNITIVE COMPUTING SYSTEMS                                        90,143          90,143  ..............
     MACHINE INTELLIGENCE                                               44,682          44,682  ..............
     BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEFENSE                                         32,692          32,692  ..............
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           169,287         194,987         +25,700
     JOINT DATA MANAGEMENT ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                          3,261  ..............          -3,261
     CYBER SECURITY RESEARCH                                            10,000           5,000          -5,000
     HUMAN, SOCIAL AND CULTURE BEHAVIOR MODELING [HSCB] APP              9,499           7,999          -1,500
     TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY                                               224,378         234,378         +10,000
     MATERIALS AND BIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY                               312,586         297,586         -15,000
     WMD DEFEAT TECHNOLOGY                                      ..............  ..............  ..............
     ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                                            286,936         246,936         -40,000
     WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION DEFEAT TECHNOLOGIES                   212,742         216,242          +3,500
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                          26,545          21,545          -5,000
     SOF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                         ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   1,774,358       1,713,797         -60,561

     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
     JOINT MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECH INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS  AD            20,556          20,556  ..............
     SO/LIC ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                        44,423          44,423  ..............
     COMBATING TERRORISM TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                             85,299         140,099         +54,800
     COUNTERPROLIFERATION INITIATIVES--PROLIF PREV & DE-  FEAT         295,163         295,163  ..............
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY                              132,220          98,220         -34,000
     JOINT ADVANCED CONCEPTS                                             6,808           6,808  ..............
     JOINT DOD-DOE MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                     22,700          22,700  ..............
     AGILE TRANSPO FOR THE 21ST CENTURY [AT21]--THEATER  CA                750             750  ..............
     ADVANCED AEROSPACE SYSTEMS                                        303,078         219,678         -83,400
     SPACE PROGRAMS AND TECHNOLOGY                                      98,130          98,130  ..............
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--ADVANCED                 177,113         236,713         +59,600
      DEVELOPMENT
     JOINT ELECTRONIC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                8,386           8,386  ..............
     JOINT CAPABILITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                        206,917         216,917         +10,000
     NETWORKED COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITIES                              30,035          30,035  ..............
     JOINT DATA MANAGEMENT RESEARCH                                      6,289           4,289          -2,000
     BIOMETRICS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY                                  11,416          11,416  ..............
     CYBER SECURITY ADVANCED RESEARCH                                   10,000           5,000          -5,000
     HUMAN, SOCIAL AND CULTURE BEHAVIOR MODELING [HSCB]                 11,510          10,510          -1,000
      ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT
     DEFENSE-WIDE MANUFACTURING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM          18,916          48,916         +30,000
     JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM/AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS                           9,943           9,943  ..............
     GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D; TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                    20,542          40,742         +20,200
     DEPLOYMENT AND DISTRIBUTION ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY                  29,109          29,109  ..............
     STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM                           68,021          64,021          -4,000
     MICROELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND SUP-  PORT              26,878          41,878         +15,000
     JOINT WARFIGHTING PROGRAM                                          10,966          10,966  ..............
     ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES                                 197,098         201,098          +4,000
     SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR [SAR] COHERENT CHANGE DETECT      ..............  ..............  ..............
     ADVANCED CONCEPT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                 ..............  ..............  ..............
     HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                  200,986         255,486         +54,500
     COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                       219,809         219,809  ..............
     CLASSIFIED DARPA PROGRAMS                                         167,008         150,308         -16,700
     NETWORK-CENTRIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                234,985         205,985         -29,000
     SENSOR TECHNOLOGY                                                 205,032         205,032  ..............
     GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY                                        ..............  ..............  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED LEARNING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOP-  MENT            13,986          13,986  ..............
     SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE                                     30,910          30,910  ..............
     QUICK REACTION SPECIAL PROJECTS                                    78,244          60,744         -17,500
     JOINT EXPERIMENTATION                                             111,946          91,946         -20,000
     MODELING AND SIMULATION MANAGEMENT OFFICE                          38,140          33,140          -5,000
     DIRECTED ENERGY RESEARCH                                           98,688          83,688         -15,000
     TEST & EVALUATION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY                             97,642          97,642  ..............
     TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER                                                23,310          30,010          +6,700
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                 30,806          40,206          +9,400
     AVIATION ENGINEERING ANALYSIS                                       4,234           4,234  ..............
     SOF INFORMATION & BROADCAST SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY             4,942           4,942  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    3,412,934       3,444,534         +31,600

     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
     NUCLEAR AND CONVENTIONAL PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIP-  MENT            32,132          36,132          +4,000
     RETRACT LARCH                                                      21,592          21,592  ..............
     JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM                                              9,878           9,878  ..............
     ADVANCE SENSOR APPLICATIONS PROGRAM                                18,060          18,060  ..............
     ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM             30,419          41,419         +11,000
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT                436,482         431,482          -5,000
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE SEGMENT             1,346,181       1,326,181         -20,000
     TWO STAGE INTERCEPTOR SEGMENT                              ..............  ..............  ..............
     EUROPEAN MIDCOURSE RADAR                                   ..............  ..............  ..............
     EUROPEAN GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT MANGER/U.S. COMMUNICATIONS      ..............  ..............  ..............
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE BOOST DEFENSE SEGMENT            ..............  ..............  ..............
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           277,062         287,962         +10,900
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSORS                                 454,859         392,159         -62,700
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM INTERCEPTOR               ..............  ..............  ..............
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST & TARGETS                        1,113,425  ..............      -1,113,425
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TESTS                            ..............         459,200        +459,200
     BALLISTIC MISSLE DEFENSE TARGETS                           ..............         497,065        +497,065
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ENABLING PROGRAMS                       402,769         406,269          +3,500
     SPECIAL PROGRAMS--MDA                                             270,189         250,189         -20,000
     AEGIS BMD                                                       1,467,278       1,586,278        +119,000
     AEGIS SM-3 BLOCK IIA CO-DEVELOPMENT                        ..............  ..............  ..............
     SPACE SURVEILLANCE & TRACKING SYSTEM                              112,678         112,678  ..............
     MULTIPLE KILL VEHICLES                                     ..............  ..............  ..............
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM SPACE PROGRAMS                    10,942          10,942  ..............
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE C2BMC                                   342,625         456,725        +114,100
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE HERCULES                         ..............  ..............  ..............
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE JOINT WARFIGHTER SUPPORT                 68,726          58,726         -10,000
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE INTERGRATION AND OPERATIONS              86,198          86,198  ..............
      CENTER [MDIOC]
     REGARDING TRENCH                                                    7,529           7,529  ..............
     SEA BASED X-BAND RADAR [SBX]                                      153,056         153,056  ..............
     DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CORROSION PROGRAM                    ..............  ..............  ..............
     BMD EUROPEAN CAPABILITY                                    ..............  ..............  ..............
     ISRAELI COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS                                      121,735         209,935         +88,200
     HUMANITARIAN DEMINING                                              14,735          14,735  ..............
     COALITION WARFARE                                                  13,786          13,786  ..............
     DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CORROSION PROGRAM                             4,802          39,502         +34,700
     DOD UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM [UAS] COMMON DEVELOPMENT              49,292          54,292          +5,000
     JOINT CAPABILITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                 ..............  ..............  ..............
     HUMAN, SOCIAL AND CULTURE BEHAVIOR MODELING [HSCB] RES              7,459           7,459  ..............
     JOINT SYSTEMS INTEGRATION COMMAND [JSIC]                           19,413          19,413  ..............
     JOINT FIRES INTEGRATION & INTEROPERABILITY TEAM                    16,637          16,637  ..............
     LAND-BASED SM-3 [LBSM3]                                           281,378         281,378  ..............
     AEGIS SM-3 BLOCK IIA CO-DEVELOPMENT                               318,800         322,800          +4,000
     PRECISION TRACKING SPACE SYSTEM RDT&E;                              66,969          66,969  ..............
     AIRBORNE INFRARED [ABIR]                                          111,671          86,671         -25,000
     REDUCTION OF TOTAL OWNERSHIP COST                                  20,310          20,310  ..............
     JOINT ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY [JET] PROGRAM                      4,027           4,027  ..............
     DEFENSE ACQUISITION CHALLENGE PROGRAM [DACP]                       24,344          24,344  ..............
     NUCLEAR AND CONVENTIONAL PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIP-  MENT             7,973           7,973  ..............
     PROMPT GLOBAL STRIKE CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT                       239,861         239,861  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         7,985,272       8,079,812         +94,540

     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           407,162         304,262        -102,900
     JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM                                              4,155           4,155  ..............
     ADVANCED IT SERVICES JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE [AITS--JPO]              49,364          23,695         -25,669
     JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM [JTIDS]             20,954          20,954  ..............
     WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION DEFEAT CAPABILITIES                     7,307          11,307          +4,000
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                 11,937          11,937  ..............
     DEFENSE INTEGRATED MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM                 11,800          11,800  ..............
     BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION AGENCY R&D; ACTIVITIES                     184,131         181,166          -2,965
     HOMELAND PERSONNEL SECURITY INITIATIVE                                391             391  ..............
     OUSD(C) IT DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES                                  5,000           5,000  ..............
     TRUSTED FOUNDRY                                                    35,512          41,512          +6,000
     DEFENSE ACQUISITION EXECUTIVE [DAE] PILOT PROGRAM          ..............  ..............  ..............
     GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                       17,842          17,842  ..............
     JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM [JC2]                    ..............  ..............  ..............
     WOUNDED ILL AND INJURED SENIOR OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE OFF              1,590           1,590  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT              757,145         635,611        -121,534

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     TRAINING TRANSFORMATION [T2]                               ..............  ..............  ..............
     DEFENSE READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM [DRRS]                           5,113           5,113  ..............
     JOINT SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT                              8,052           8,052  ..............
     CENTRAL TEST AND EVALUATION INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT                162,286         170,286          +8,000
     ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS                                         2,500           2,500  ..............
     THERMAL VICAR                                                       8,851           8,851  ..............
     JOINT MISSION ENVIRONMENT TEST CAPABILITY [JMETC]                  10,287          10,287  ..............
     TECHNICAL STUDIES, SUPPORT AND ANALYSIS                            49,282          49,282  ..............
     USD[A&T;]--CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                               4,743           4,743  ..............
     FOREIGN MATERIAL ACQUISITION AND EXPLOITATION                      95,520          95,520  ..............
     JOINT THEATER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION                 94,577          94,577  ..............
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAM USD(P)                                  ..............         100,000        +100,000
     FOREIGN COMPARATIVE TESTING                                        32,755          32,755  ..............
     SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                                                29,824          29,824  ..............
     NUCLEAR MATTERS--PHYSICAL SECURITY                                  6,264           6,264  ..............
     SUPPORT TO NETWORKS AND INFORMATION INTEGRATION                    15,091          15,091  ..............
     GENERAL SUPPORT TO USD (INTELLIGENCE)                               6,227           6,227  ..............
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           120,995         120,995  ..............
     SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH/CHALLENGE                        2,189           2,189  ..............
      ADMINISTRATION
     DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS                                        13,858          11,158          -2,700
     FORCE TRANSFORMATION DIRECTORATE                                   19,701          19,701  ..............
     DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION CENTER [DTIC]                        61,054          56,054          -5,000
     R&D; IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT, TESTING & EVALUA-  TION          64,737          64,737  ..............
     DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION                                    18,688          36,688         +18,000
     DARPA AGENCY RELOCATION                                            11,000          11,000  ..............
     MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT)                   56,257          56,257  ..............
     BUDGET AND PROGRAM ASSESSMENTS                                      6,099           6,099  ..............
     AVIATION SAFETY TECHNOLOGIES                                       10,900          10,900  ..............
     JOINT STAFF ANALYTICAL SUPPORT                                     23,081           8,081         -15,000
     SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS [IO] CAPABILITIES                31,500          37,600          +6,100
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RAPID ACQUISITION                            5,135           5,135  ..............
     CYBER SECURITY INITIATIVE                                          10,000           7,000          -3,000
     INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS [IO]                21,272          21,272  ..............
     WARFIGHTING AND INTELLIGENCE-RELATED SUPPORT                          845             845  ..............
     COCOM EXERCISE ENGAGEMENT AND TRAINING TRANSFORMATION              92,253          57,188         -35,065
     PENTAGON RESERVATION                                               20,482          20,482  ..............
     MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS--MDA                                       29,754          29,754  ..............
     IT SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES                                   278             278  ..............
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                61,577          61,577  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           1,213,027       1,284,362         +71,335

     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
     DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR SECURITY [DISS]                      5,522  ..............          -5,522
     REGIONAL INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE             2,139           2,139  ..............
     OVERSEAS HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE SHARED INFORMATION                   290             290  ..............
      SYSTEMS
     CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS D)             6,634           6,634  ..............
     JOINT INTEGRATION AND INTEROPERABILITY                             44,139          44,139  ..............
     JOINT STAFF ANALYTICAL SUPPORT                             ..............  ..............  ..............
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                 2,288           2,288  ..............
     C4I INTEROPERABILITY                                               74,023          74,023  ..............
     JOINT/ALLIED COALITION INFORMATION SHARING                          9,379           9,379  ..............
     NATIONAL MILITARY COMMAND SYSTEM-WIDE SUPPORT                         467             467  ..............
     DEFENSE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND INTEGRATION            16,629          36,629         +20,000
     LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS [DCS]                                      9,130           9,130  ..............
     MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NET-  WORK               9,529           9,529  ..............
     PUBLIC KEY INFRASTRUCTURE [PKI]                                     8,881           8,881  ..............
     KEY MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE [KMI]                                45,941          45,941  ..............
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               14,077          14,077  ..............
     INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                              388,827         388,827  ..............
     DISA MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                            ..............  ..............  ..............
     C4I FOR THE WARRIOR                                                 2,261           2,261  ..............
     GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                  26,247          25,047          -1,200
     JOINT SPECTRUM CENTER                                              20,991          20,991  ..............
     NET-CENTRIC ENTERPRISE SERVICES [NCES]                              3,366           3,666            +300
     JOINT MILITARY DECEPTION INITIATIVE                                 1,161           1,161  ..............
     TELEPORT PROGRAM                                                    6,880           6,880  ..............
     SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES                             16,272          23,772          +7,500
     CYBER SECURITY INITIATIVE                                             501           2,501          +2,000
     CYBER SECURITY INITIATIVE                                           2,251           4,251          +2,000
     CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION [CIP]                           10,486          10,486  ..............
     POLICY R&D; PROGRAMS                                                 9,136           9,136  ..............
     NET CENTRICITY                                                     29,831          14,831         -15,000
     DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                           1,290           1,290  ..............
     DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                           3,513           3,513  ..............
     MQ-1 PREDATOR A UAV                                                    98              98  ..............
     HOMELAND DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROGRAM                        2,988           2,988  ..............
     INT'L INTELLIGENCE TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT, ADVANCE-  MENT            1,416           1,416  ..............
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                            21,798          21,798  ..............
     LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                        2,813           2,813  ..............
     MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS [JCS]                                       2,807           2,807  ..............
     NATO AGS                                                           93,885          93,885  ..............
     MQ-9 UAV                                                               98              98  ..............
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS AVIATION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT           68,691          68,691  ..............
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS TACTICAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                     1,582           1,582  ..............
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                23,879          29,979          +6,100
     SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                                       62,592          66,172          +3,580
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS CV-22 DEVELOPMENT                               14,406          14,406  ..............
     JOINT MULTI-MISSION SUBMERSIBLE                                    14,924          14,924  ..............
     OPS ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYSTEM [ASDS] DEVELOP-  MENT    ..............  ..............  ..............
     MISSION TRAINING AND PREPARATION SYSTEMS [MTPS]                     2,915           2,915  ..............
     UNMANNED VEHICLES [UV]                                     ..............  ..............  ..............
     MC130J SOF TANKER RECAPITALIZATION                                  7,624           7,624  ..............
     SOF COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT AND ELECTRONICS SYS-  TEMS             1,922             922          -1,000
     SOF TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEMS                                          2,347           2,347  ..............
     SOF WEAPONS SYSTEMS                                                   479             479  ..............
     SOF SOLDIER PROTECTION AND SURVIVAL SYSTEMS                           593           2,593          +2,000
     SOF VISUAL AUGMENTATION, LASERS & SENSOR SYSTEMS           ..............  ..............  ..............
     SOF TACTICAL VEHICLES                                               1,994             994          -1,000
     SOF ROTARY WING AVIATION                                           14,473          36,473         +22,000
     SOF UNDERWATER SYSTEMS                                             13,986          15,586          +1,600
     SOF SURFACE CRAFT                                                   2,933           2,933  ..............
     SOF PSYOP                                                           4,193           4,193  ..............
     SOF GLOBAL VIDEO SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES                            5,135           5,135  ..............
     SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS INTELLIGENCE                           9,167           9,167  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    1,151,819       1,195,177         +43,358

     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             3,832,019       4,178,860        +346,841
     DARPA UNDISTRIBUTED REDUCTION                              ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE-      20,661,600      21,029,479        +367,879
            WIDE
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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                               2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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   2 Defense Research Sciences                                         328,195         295,695         -32,500
         Excessive growth                                       ..............  ..............         -32,500
   3 Government/Industry Cosponsorship of University Research   ..............           3,400          +3,400
         Nanotechnology for Next Generation Portable Power      ..............  ..............          +3,400
   5 National Defense Education Program                                109,911          95,311         -14,600
         Unexecutable growth                                    ..............  ..............         -15,600
         STEM/Energy and Power Career Development Initiative    ..............  ..............          +1,000
   6 Chemical and Biological Defense Program                            49,508          55,508          +6,000
         Portable Rapid Bacterial Warfare Detection Unit        ..............  ..............          +6,000
   7 Joint Munitions Technology                                         22,448          20,448          -2,000
         Excessive growth                                       ..............  ..............          -2,000
  10 Information & Communications Technology                           281,262         253,262         -28,000
         DISCOVER contract award delays                         ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Extreme Computing contract award delays                ..............  ..............         -18,000
  14 Chemical and Biological Defense Program                           169,287         194,987         +25,700
         TMTI BA 5 unexecutable funding transferred back to     ..............  ..............          +5,000
          S&T; at request of the Department
         Accelerated Vaccine Design and Development Toolkit     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Advanced Novel Drug Development for the Warfighter     ..............  ..............          +2,600
         Anti Viral Vaccine Development                         ..............  ..............          +6,100
         Chemical/Biological Infrared Detection System          ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Contaminated Human Remains Pouch                       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Paintshield for Protection from Microbial Threats      ..............  ..............          +4,000
  15 Joint Data Management Advanced Development                          3,261  ..............          -3,261
         Duplicate effort                                       ..............  ..............          -3,261
  16 Cyber Security Research                                            10,000           5,000          -5,000
         Lack of authorization                                  ..............  ..............          -5,000
  17 Human, Social and Culture Behavior Modeling [HSCB]                  9,499           7,999          -1,500
      Applied Research
         Excessive growth                                       ..............  ..............          -1,500
  18 Tactical Technology                                               224,378         234,378         +10,000
         Center of Excellence for Research in Ocean Sciences    ..............  ..............         +10,000
          [CEROS]
  19 Materials and Biological Technology                               312,586         297,586         -15,000
         Strategic Materials                                    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Unsustained growth                                     ..............  ..............         -20,000
  20 Electronics Technology                                            286,936         246,936         -40,000
         Excessive growth                                       ..............  ..............         -40,000
  21 Weapons of Mass Destruction Defeat Technologies                   212,742         216,242          +3,500
         Reachback Decision Informatics                         ..............  ..............          +3,500
  22 Special Operations Technology Development                          26,545          21,545          -5,000
         Unexecutable growth                                    ..............  ..............          -5,000
  26 Combating Terrorism Technology Support                             85,299         140,099         +54,800
         Affordable Robust Mid-Sized Unmanned Ground Vehicle    ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Chemterrorism Operations for Public Emergency Re-      ..............  ..............          +4,000
          sponse
         Covert Sensing and Tagging System [CSTS]               ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Cross Lingual Information Correlation                  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         DB-110 on MQ-9                                         ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Dynamic Flow Management System                         ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Expeditionary Surveillance and Reconnaissance Program  ..............  ..............          +9,000
         Heron TP UAS                                           ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Integrated Rugged Checkpoint Container                 ..............  ..............          +2,400
         Integrated Support System for Soldiers                 ..............  ..............          +1,700
         Ka-Band Mini-Multimode Search and Imaging Radar        ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Completion and Flight Testing
         Reconnaissance and Data Exploitation System            ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Technical Exploitation Operations Center, Gowen Field  ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Technology for Rapid Foreign Language Acquisition for  ..............  ..............          +3,200
          Specialized Military and Intelligence Purposes
         Transparent Lithia Alumina Silicate Glass Ceramic      ..............  ..............          +3,500
          Armor Systems
         Unmanned Aerial Platforms to Support First Responders  ..............  ..............          +1,500
          During Local and National Disaster
  28 Ballistic Missile Defense Technology                              132,220          98,220         -34,000
         Network Centric Airborne Defense Element               ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Transfer SM-3 Block IIB Development to AEGIS BMD,      ..............  ..............         -40,000
          Line 84
  32 Advanced Aerospace Systems                                        303,078         219,678         -83,400
         ArcLight                                               ..............  ..............          -5,000
         ISIS lack of transition partner                        ..............  ..............         -43,400
         MoTr program delays                                    ..............  ..............         -15,000
         Vulture program descope and delays                     ..............  ..............         -20,000
  34 Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Advanced                 177,113         236,713         +59,600
      Development
         TMTI BA 5 unexecutable funding transferred back to     ..............  ..............         +45,600
          S&T; at request of the Department
         Army Plant Vaccine Development Program                 ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Bioterrorism & Battlefield Medical Solutions           ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Dynamic Information Visualization Project              ..............  ..............          +4,000
         NIDS Handheld Common Identifier for Biological Agents  ..............  ..............          +3,000
  36 Joint Capability Technology Demonstrations                        206,917         216,917         +10,000
         Cultural Intelligence for Enhanced Strategic           ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Communications
         MAGIC UAS                                              ..............  ..............          +8,000
  38 Joint Data Management Research                                      6,289           4,289          -2,000
         Excessive growth                                       ..............  ..............          -2,000
  40 Cyber Security Advanced Research                                   10,000           5,000          -5,000
         Lack of authorization                                  ..............  ..............          -5,000
  41 Human, Social and Culture Behavior Modeling [HSCB]                 11,510          10,510          -1,000
      Advanced Development
         Excessive growth                                       ..............  ..............          -1,000
  42 Defense-Wide Manufacturing Science and Technology Pro-             18,916          48,916         +30,000
      gram
         Industrial Base Innovation Fund                        ..............  ..............         +30,000
  44 Generic Logistics R&D; Technology Demonstrations                    20,542          40,742         +20,200
         Biofuels Program                                       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Celluostic Hydo-Treated Renewable Jet Fuel             ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Commodity Management                                   ..............  ..............          +1,700
         Continuous Acquisition and Life-Cycle Support          ..............  ..............          +3,400
          Integrated Data Environment and Defense Logistics
          Enterprise Services Program
         Electronic Commodity Project                           ..............  ..............            +850
         Green Product Evaluation & Implementation Program      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Next Generation Manufacturing Technologies Initiative  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Radio Frequency Identification Technologies            ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Thin-Film PV Module Deployment and Verification        ..............  ..............          +2,750
  46 Strategic Environmental Research Program                           68,021          64,021          -4,000
         Unexecutable growth                                    ..............  ..............          -4,000
  47 Microelectronics Technology Development and Support                26,878          41,878         +15,000
         3-D Laser Radar Technology Development                 ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Electronics and Materials for Flexible Sensors and     ..............  ..............          +6,500
          Transponders
         Rapid DNA Identification System                        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Terrorist Threat Detection System for Shipping         ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Contain-  ers
  49 Advanced Electronics Technologies                                 197,098         201,098          +4,000
         Institute of Flexible Manufacturing                    ..............  ..............          +4,000
  52 High-performance Computing Modernization Program                  200,986         255,486         +54,500
         High-performance Computational Design of Novel         ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Materials
         High-performance Computing in Biomedical Engineering   ..............  ..............          +1,500
          and Health Sciences benefiting the Warfighter
         Program adjustment                                     ..............  ..............         +50,000
  54 Classified DARPA Programs                                         167,008         150,308         -16,700
         Poor justification materials                           ..............  ..............         -16,700
  55 Network-Centric Warfare Technology                                234,985         205,985         -29,000
         HELLADS lack of acquisition strategy                   ..............  ..............         -15,000
         Unsustained growth                                     ..............  ..............         -14,000
  61 Quick Reaction Special Projects                                    78,244          60,744         -17,500
         Excessive growth                                       ..............  ..............         -15,000
         P826: Excess to Quick Reaction Fund requirements       ..............  ..............          -7,000
         Mobile Renewable Energy for U.S. Bases in Afghanistan  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Warfighter Interoperability Technologies               ..............  ..............          +1,500
  62 Joint Experimentation                                             111,946          91,946         -20,000
         Unexecutable growth                                    ..............  ..............         -20,000
  63 DoD Modeling and Simulation Management Office                      38,140          33,140          -5,000
         Unexecutable growth                                    ..............  ..............          -5,000
  64 Directed Energy Research                                           98,688          83,688         -15,000
         Unjustified request                                    ..............  ..............         -15,000
  66 Technology Transfer                                                23,310          30,010          +6,700
         Center for Innovation at Arlington                     ..............  ..............          +2,700
         MilTech Extension Program                              ..............  ..............          +2,000
         SpringBoard Technology Transfer                        ..............  ..............          +2,000
  67 Special Operations Advanced Technology Development                 30,806          40,206          +9,400
         Antennas and Carbon Nanotube devices for Intelligence  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Collision Avoidance System for UAVs                    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Escalation of Force Non-Lethal Technology for Special  ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Operations Forces
         Small Assault Vessel Expeditionary                     ..............  ..............          +2,400
  70 Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security Equipment               32,132          36,132          +4,000
      RDT&E; ADC&P;
         Streetsweeper                                          ..............  ..............          +4,000
  74 Environmental Security Technical Certification Program             30,419          41,419         +11,000
         Inland Empire Groundwater Perchlorate Remediation      ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Toxic Chemicals and Hazardous Material Improvement     ..............  ..............          +3,000
          and Remediation
  75 Ballistic Missile Defense Terminal Defense Segment                436,482         431,482          -5,000
         Funding no longer required for transition to Reagan    ..............  ..............          -5,000
          Test  Site
  76 Ballistic Missile Defense Midcourse Defense Segment             1,346,181       1,326,181         -20,000
         Excess award fee                                       ..............  ..............         -20,000
  78 Chemical and Biological Defense Program                           277,062         287,962         +10,900
         Lightweight Chemical/Biological Ensemble execution     ..............  ..............          -1,000
          delays
         Advanced Non-Woven Biological and Chemical Agent       ..............  ..............          +2,600
          Protective Gear
         Automated Picoliter Digital Nucleic Acid Analysis for  ..............  ..............          +1,600
          Medical Biologic Detection and Diagnostics
         Detecting Exposure to Nerve Agents                     ..............  ..............          +2,700
         Military Medical Decontamination System                ..............  ..............          +5,000
  79 Ballistic Missile Defense Sensors                                 454,859         392,159         -62,700
         Transfer to Line 88 for Concurrent Test, Training and  ..............  ..............         -35,900
          Operations
         Transfer to Line 88 for TPY-2 C2BMC Fielding           ..............  ..............         -13,000
         Transfer to Line 88 for BMDS Radars Communications     ..............  ..............         -13,800
          Sustainment [TPY-2]
  81 Ballistic Missile Defense Test & Targets                        1,113,425  ..............      -1,113,425
         Transfer to Lines 81A, 81B, 82, and 88                 ..............  ..............      -1,113,425
 81A Ballistic Missile Defense Tests                            ..............         459,200        +459,200
         Transfer from Line 81                                  ..............  ..............        +464,200
         Funding no longer required for move to Reagan Test     ..............  ..............          -5,000
          Site
 81B Ballistic Missile Defense Targets                          ..............         497,065        +497,065
         Transfer from Line 81                                  ..............  ..............        +517,065
         Contract award delays                                  ..............  ..............         -15,000
         Program growth in Program Operations, Systems          ..............  ..............          -5,000
          Engineering and Program Management
  82 BMD Enabling Programs                                             402,769         406,269          +3,500
         Transfer from Line 81                                  ..............  ..............         +43,500
         Excessive contractor support, advisory services, and   ..............  ..............         -40,000
          program growth
  83 Special Programs--MDA                                             270,189         250,189         -20,000
         Transfer to higher priority near-term MDA procurement  ..............  ..............         -20,000
          programs
  84 AEGIS BMD                                                       1,467,278       1,586,278        +119,000
         SM-3 Block IIB Development--transfer from Line 28      ..............  ..............         +40,000
         Aegis BMD Upgrades--Navy requested transfer from OPN,  ..............  ..............         +74,000
          Line 109 and OMN
         Multiple-Target-Tracking Optical Sensor-Array          ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Technology [MOST]
  88 Ballistic Missile Defense Command and Control, Battle             342,625         456,725        +114,100
      Management and Communications
         Transfer from Line 81 for Concurrent Test, Training    ..............  ..............         +51,400
          and Operations
         Transfer from Line 79 for Concurrent Test, Training    ..............  ..............         +35,900
          and Operations
         Transfer from Line 79 for TPY-2 C2BMC Fielding         ..............  ..............         +13,000
         Transfer from Line 79 for BMDS Radars Communications   ..............  ..............         +13,800
          Sustainment [TPY-2]
  90 Ballistic Missile Defense Joint Warfighter Support                 68,726          58,726         -10,000
         Duplication of effort with MDA core programs           ..............  ..............         -10,000
  98 Israeli Cooperative Programs                                      121,735         209,935         +88,200
         Arrow-3                                                ..............  ..............          +8,200
         Arrow System Improvement Programs                      ..............  ..............         +42,000
         Short Range Ballistic Missile Defense (David's Sling)  ..............  ..............         +38,000
 101 Department of Defense Corrosion Program                             4,802          39,502         +34,700
         Department of Defense Corrosion Prevention and         ..............  ..............         +34,700
          Control Program
 102 Department of Defense [DoD] Unmanned Aircraft System               49,292          54,292          +5,000
      [UAS] Common Development
         Center for UAS Research, Education, and Training       ..............  ..............          +5,000
 108 AEGIS SM-3 Block IIA Co-Development                               318,800         322,800          +4,000
         Chemical Vapor Composite Silicon Carbide and Silicon   ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Carbide Corrugated Mirror Processes for the SM-3
          Block IIA Telescope
 110 Airborne Infrared [ABIR]                                          111,671          86,671         -25,000
         Transfer to higher priority near-term MDA procurement  ..............  ..............         -25,000
          programs
 116 Chemical and Biological Defense Program                           407,162         304,262        -102,900
         Bioscavenger Increment II schedule delays              ..............  ..............         -12,000
         Decontamination Family of Systems schedule delays      ..............  ..............          -9,000
         Next Generation Chemical Standoff Detection schedule   ..............  ..............         -12,000
          delays
         SSI NBCRS growth without acquisition strategy          ..............  ..............          -6,000
         TMTI BA 5 unexecutable funding transferred back to     ..............  ..............         -65,600
          S&T; at request of the Department
         Joint Services Aircrew Mask [JSAM] Don/Doff In-flight  ..............  ..............          +1,700
          Upgrade
 118 Advanced IT Services Joint Program Office [AITS-JPO]               49,364          23,695         -25,669
         Technology Initiatives Investment Fund                 ..............  ..............         -25,669
 120 Weapons of Mass Destruction Defeat Capabilities                     7,307          11,307          +4,000
         Electric Grid Test Bed                                 ..............  ..............          +4,000
 123 Business Transformation Agency R&D; Activities                     184,131         181,166          -2,965
         VIPS Increment II contract award in fiscal year 2012   ..............  ..............          -2,965
 126 Trusted Foundry                                                    35,512          41,512          +6,000
         Trusted Foundry                                        ..............  ..............          +6,000
 134 Central Test and Evaluation Investment Development                162,286         170,286          +8,000
      [CTEIP]
         Border Security and Defense Systems Research           ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Pacific Region Interoperability Test and Evaluation    ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Capability
 142 Classified Program USD(P)                                  ..............         100,000        +100,000
         Classified program adjustment                          ..............  ..............        +100,000
 156 Defense Technology Analysis                                        13,858          11,158          -2,700
         P796: Technical Grand Challenge Program                ..............  ..............          -2,700
 158 Defense Technical Information Center [DTIC]                        61,054          56,054          -5,000
         Excessive growth                                       ..............  ..............          -5,000
 160 Development Test and Evaluation                                    18,688          36,688         +18,000
         Sustainment of fiscal year 2010 level                  ..............  ..............         +18,000
 165 Joint Staff Analytical Support                                     23,081           8,081         -15,000
         Growth without acquisition strategy                    ..............  ..............         -15,000
 168 Support to Information Operations [IO] Capabilities                31,500          37,600          +6,100
         Virtual Integrated Support for the Information         ..............  ..............          +6,100
          Operations eNvironment
 170 Cyber Security Initiative                                          10,000           7,000          -3,000
         Lack of transition partner                             ..............  ..............          -3,000
 174 COCOM Exercise Engagement and Training Transformation              92,253          57,188         -35,065
      [CE2T2]
         P 754: Initiatives funded by Services                  ..............  ..............         -33,315
         P 764: National Program for Small Unit Excellence      ..............  ..............         -10,250
          funding retained after program termination
         Agile Software Capability Intervention                 ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Modeling and Simulation Development in Support of      ..............  ..............          +3,500
          National Security Training and Decision Analysis
         Playas Training and Research Center Joint National     ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Training Experiment
 178 Defense Information System for Security [DISS]                      5,522  ..............          -5,522
         Unjustified program                                    ..............  ..............          -5,522
 196 Defense Info Infrastructure Engineering and Integration            16,629          36,629         +20,000
         Cyber Security Pilot Programs                          ..............  ..............         +20,000
 206 Global Command and Control System                                  26,247          25,047          -1,200
         Fiscal Year 2012 testing                               ..............  ..............          -1,200
 208 Net-Centric Enterprise Services [NCES]                              3,366           3,666            +300
         Creating an Assured Joint DOD and Interagency          ..............  ..............            +300
          Interoperable Net-Centric Enterprise
 211 Special Applications for Contingencies                             16,272          23,772          +7,500
         Technology Development for Quiet Tactical UAV          ..............  ..............          +4,000
         UAV/UAS Test Facility                                  ..............  ..............          +3,500
 214 Cyber Security Initiative                                             501           2,501          +2,000
         Secure Procurement Logistics Project                   ..............  ..............          +2,000
 216 Cyber Security Initiative                                           2,251           4,251          +2,000
         Cyber Security Initiative                              ..............  ..............          +2,000
 223 Net Centricity                                                     29,831          14,831         -15,000
         Excessive growth                                       ..............  ..............         -15,000
 254 Special Operations Intelligence Systems Development                23,879          29,979          +6,100
         Advanced, Long Endurance Unattended Ground Sensor      ..............  ..............          +2,600
          Technologies
         Camouflage Direction-finding Antennas Program          ..............  ..............          +3,500
 255 SOF Operational Enhancements                                       62,592          66,172          +3,580
         Program termination                                    ..............  ..............          -3,920
         ASIC Miniaturization for SOF Sensor & Night Vision     ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Technologies
         Upgrade of FilmArray bio-threat detection system       ..............  ..............          +2,500
 262 SOF Communications Equipment and Electronics Systems                1,922             922          -1,000
         Execution delays                                       ..............  ..............          -1,000
 265 SOF Soldier Protection and Survival Systems                           593           2,593          +2,000
         Responsive Textiles                                    ..............  ..............          +2,000
 267 SOF Tactical Vehicles                                               1,994             994          -1,000
         Change in requirements                                 ..............  ..............          -1,000
 268 SOF Rotary Wing Aviation                                           14,473          36,473         +22,000
         MH-60 transfer from Procurement, Defense-Wide, Line    ..............  ..............         +22,000
          57, at request of SOCOM
 269 SOF Underwater Systems                                             13,986          15,586          +1,600
         Lithium-ion Battery Safety--Detection and Control      ..............  ..............          +1,600
 999 Classified Programs                                             3,832,019       4,178,860        +346,841
         Classified Adjustments                                 ..............  ..............        +314,141
         Armed Forces Health and Food Supply Research           ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Center of Excellence of Geospatial Science             ..............  ..............          +1,000
          (Geospatial Science Initiative)
         Center for Intelligence and Security Studies [CISS]    ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Collaboration for Improved Missile Assessments         ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Hawaii Advanced Laboratory for Information             ..............  ..............          +3,700
          Integration
         Initiative to Advance Adaptive Petascale Supercomput-  ..............  ..............          +8,000
           ing
         Intelligence Collection Management Tool Follow-on      ..............  ..............          +2,500
          Development
         NetCentric Intelligence Node-Pacific                   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         neu VISION--Intelligent Explosives Detection System    ..............  ..............          +3,000
         The Biological And Chemical Warfare Online Repository  ..............  ..............          +2,000
          of Technical Holdings 2 system [BACWORTH2]
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    Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency [DARPA].--The 
fiscal year 2011 budget request for DARPA is $3,103,271,000, an 
increase of $112,000,000 over the fiscal year 2010 appropriated 
amount. The Committee recognizes the many changes being 
implemented at DARPA, and recommends the full $287,600,000 
requested for fiscal year 2011 new starts, which is roughly 
twice the approved amount for new starts in fiscal year 2010. 
The Committee also recommends full funding of $226,900,000 to 
continue new starts that were initiated during fiscal year 
2010. Further, the Committee fully funds the Agency's top 
priorities, such as Global Integrated Intelligence, 
Surveillance and Reconnaissance programs, and transfers 
$40,000,000 to DARPA from the Joint Improvised Explosive Device 
Defeat Organization [JIEDDO] to accelerate efforts in the area 
of wide area surveillance development for theater operations.
    The Committee recommends adjustments to programs that have 
been restructured or descoped, are experiencing delays or lack 
transition partners. In addition, program elements with 
excessive growth that is not sustained in DARPA's outyear 
program are reduced without prejudice against specific 
projects. Therefore, the Director, DARPA is directed to provide 
to the congressional defense committees, not later than 60 days 
after enactment of this act, a report detailing by program 
element and project the application of undistributed 
reductions. The Committee recommends no rescission of prior 
year funds.
    DARPA Classified Budget Justification Materials.--The 
Committee notes that despite previously voiced concerns, budget 
documentation in support of DARPA's classified programs remains 
insufficient. This is of significant concern to the Committee, 
particularly given the projected outyear increases in DARPA's 
classified portfolio. Therefore, the Committee recommends a 
reduction to these programs in fiscal year 2011.
    Corrosion Prevention and Control.--The Committee remains 
concerned that the Department continues to underfund its 
corrosion mitigation and prevention requirements. Corrosion 
reduces mission readiness by limiting asset availability and 
also impacts safety. The Committee believes the Department 
needs to invest more in corrosion prevention and mitigation 
projects in order to better control future year maintenance 
costs of weapon systems and infrastructure. The fiscal year 
2011 budget request for the Department of Defense Corrosion 
Prevention and Control Program is $12,306,000, which is below 
both the fiscal year 2010 budget request of $13,100,000 and the 
appropriated amount of $27,700,000. The budget request is also 
significantly below the Department's stated requirement of 
$47,000,000, as outlined in the Department's annual report to 
Congress of February 17, 2010. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends $34,700,000 above the budget request to fully fund 
the fiscal year 2011 Corrosion Prevention and Control program 
stated requirement and urges the Department to fully fund the 
requirement in future budget requests.
    Developmental Testing and Systems Engineering.--The budget 
request includes $48,500,000 for Developmental Testing and 
Systems Engineering, reflecting increased requirements created 
by the Weapons Systems Acquisition Reform Act, 2009. The 
Committee understands that the Department has identified an 
additional $18,000,000 unfunded fiscal year 2011 requirement 
for these efforts. The Committee recommendation provides these 
funds above the budget request to allow for full implementation 
of the Weapons Systems Acquisition Reform Act, 2009. However, 
the Committee is concerned that staffing plans for these 
offices rely heavily on contractor personnel--roughly 80 
percent for Systems Engineering and 66 percent for 
Developmental Testing. The Committee finds this incongruent 
with Department of Defense goals to in-source contractor 
services. When announced, the Department's in-sourcing 
initiative cited the over-reliance on contractors as a reason 
for poor oversight, particularly with respect to the 
Department's acquisition programs that have suffered due to the 
lack of sufficiently trained and qualified in-house personnel. 
Therefore, the Committee encourages the Director, Defense 
Research and Engineering to review the staffing plans for these 
respective offices. While the Committee recognizes a potential 
short-term need to rely on contractors to meet immediate, near-
term requirements, the Committee directs that none of the 
additional funds provided be applied towards quasi government 
organizations.
    Prompt Global Strike [PGS].--The budget request includes 
$239,861,000 to continue development of a Prompt Global Strike 
capability by experimenting with both winged and conic 
vehicles. The Committee understands that due to recent test 
events, the program is currently under review and will likely 
be restructured in fiscal year 2011, impacting flight tests and 
program milestones. The Committee recommends full funding of 
the fiscal year 2011 request, but directs that not more than 
$189,000,000 may be obligated until the Department of Defense 
provides the congressional defense committees the details of 
the restructured program, to include scheduled development 
efforts and flight tests for each technology under 
consideration, solutions being considered for weaponization, 
and the associated costs to complete the development program 
for each technology being explored. The Committee further 
directs that beginning with the fiscal year 2012 budget 
submission, separate project codes for Hypersonic Test Vehicle-
2 [HTV-2], Conventional Strike Missile [CSM] and Advanced 
Hypersonic Weapon [AHW] efforts shall be established within 
this program element, to include associated test and telemetry 
requirements.
    High-performance Computing Modernization Program.--The 
Department of Defense operates six supercomputing resource 
centers that provide the Department's scientists and engineers 
with the resources necessary to solve the most demanding 
computational problems, to include modeling and simulation of 
weapon systems. A recent Defense Department study estimates the 
return on investment from high-performance computing to be 
above 600 percent. However, the Committee understands that the 
Department is considering a reorganization of the current high-
performance computing infrastructure and notes that no details 
were submitted with the budget request in support of any such 
plans. Therefore, the Committee includes a general provision 
prohibiting the use of funds for the consolidation or 
realignment of any Department of Defense Supercomputing 
Resource Centers.

                         MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY

    Realignment of Funding Between Program Elements.--Several 
of the Missile Defense Agency [MDA] program elements contain 
funds that are managed within another program element, making 
it difficult for Congress to conduct the necessary oversight. 
For instance, the Ballistic Missile Defense [BMD] Test and 
Target line requests funding that is managed by the Test 
program, the Targets program, the BMD Enabling program, and the 
BMD Command and Control, Battle Management and Communication 
program; not one element has direct oversight of the 
$1,113,425,000 requested in that program element. Therefore, 
the Committee recommends several transfers to better align 
funding to the actual programs that execute those dollars.
    Justification Materials.--The Committee has raised concerns 
annually over the quality of the justification materials 
provided to Congress from the Missile Defense Agency [MDA]. 
While the Congress received three volumes of fiscal year 2011 
justification material, totaling 2,188 pages, from MDA, it 
finds the quality lacking.
    First, the books are excessively redundant. The entire MDA 
budget request, by program element, is repeated every few 
pages. The Committee believes the entire budget request should 
be printed at the beginning of each volume and that the ``Other 
Program Funding Summary'' exhibit should be limited to only 
those funding amounts included in other program elements that 
directly relate to the underlying program element.
    Second, the presentation of information makes it difficult 
to track annual funding changes. In the exhibit titled 
``Accomplishments/Planned Program,'' some of the programs have 
information on the prior fiscal years together, but information 
on the budget request year is found elsewhere and with 
different descriptions. Information on other program elements 
is interspersed throughout the budget justification, making it 
nearly impossible to examine equivalent activities over a 3-
year fiscal period.
    Third, the schedules provided do not present adequate 
detail. Each schedule should display clear timelines for design 
and development, integration and test, pre-production 
activities, and production and fielding. The schedules should 
also indicate the month and year for key events such as 
acquisition milestones, other decisions and contract awards. 
Finally, the budget does not clearly indicate the quantities of 
missiles that will be procured in each fiscal year along with 
their expected delivery dates. This information is basic to 
understanding the budget and schedule of implementation for MDA 
programs.
    Since the justification materials have not improved after 
several years of congressional direction, the Committee directs 
MDA to include the budget exhibits identified in paragraphs (1) 
and (2) in the Department of Defense Financial Management 
Regulation with the congressional justification materials. For 
procurement programs requesting more than $20,000,000 in any 
fiscal year, submit the P-1, Procurement Program; P-5, Cost 
Analysis; P-5a, Procurement History and Planning; P-21, 
Production Schedule; and P-40, Budget Item Justification. For 
research, development, test and evaluation projects requesting 
more than $10,000,000 in any fiscal year, provide the R-1, 
RDT&E; Program; R-2, RDT&E; Budget Item Justification; R-3, RDT&E; 
Project Cost Analysis; and R-4, RDT&E; Program Schedule Profile. 
The Committee expects this format to be used in the submission 
of the fiscal year 2012 President's Budget request to Congress.
    In addition to the changes directed for the justification 
materials, the Committee also is not receiving adequate 
detailed information from MDA on requests for information in a 
timely manner or on changes to programs during the year of 
execution. This information is critical to informing the 
Congress on MDA's annual budget request, and the Committee 
urges MDA to find a more transparent and efficient means of 
delivering information to the congressional defense committees.
    Standard Missile-3 [SM-3] Block IIB Missile.--The Aegis 
Ballistic Missile Defense [BMD] program office together with 
the Navy have been developing the standard missile series of 
weapons for nearly half a century and have a proven record of 
success. The SM-3 Block IIB missile is likely the most 
significant upgrade to the family of standard missiles. It will 
play a significant role in MDA's Phased Adaptive Approach 
program. The Committee is concerned that MDA plans to manage 
and develop the SM-3 Block IIB missile under the BMD Technology 
program instead of the Aegis BMD program. The Committee 
believes that this approach will introduce unnecessary risk in 
the SM-3 Block IIB development. Therefore, the Committee 
transfers all funding for the SM-3 Block IIB missile from the 
BMD Technology program element to the Aegis BMD program element 
and directs that this program be managed under the Aegis 
program office.
    Directed Energy Research.--The Committee recommends a 
reduction of $15,000,000 for directed energy research. The 
Committee was informed that the Director of Defense Research 
and Engineering and the High Energy Laser Joint Technology 
Office would provide a report to Congress in June 2010 with a 
plan regarding the directed energy projects that would be 
funded in this program element in fiscal year 2011. After 
several requests for the information, the Committee still does 
not have any detail on how these funds will be spent and 
therefore denies the funding request. This reduction should not 
come out of sustainment funding for the Airborne Laser Test Bed 
program.

                Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $190,770,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     194,910,000
Committee recommendation................................     194,910,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $194,910,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2011 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OPERATIONAL TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE

     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
     OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION                                    59,430          59,430  ..............
     LIVE FIRE TESTING                                                  12,899          12,899  ..............
     OPERATIONAL TEST ACTIVITIES AND ANALYSES                          122,581         122,581  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             194,910         194,910  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE                     194,910         194,910  ..............
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                                TITLE V

                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

                     Defense Working Capital Funds

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,455,004,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,434,536,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,434,536,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,434,536,000. This is equal to the budget estimate.
    The Committee understands the Navy and the Defense 
Commissary Agency [DeCA] intend to close the commissary at 
Topsham, Maine in March 2011, even though a significant number 
of active duty servicemembers will remain in the area to 
support ship conversion and repair work. The Committee also 
understands that DeCA has budgeted sufficient funding to 
continue operations at the Topsham commissary through the end 
of fiscal year 2011. Therefore, the Committee directs that the 
Secretary of Navy and the Director, DeCA shall provide for the 
continued operation of the commissary at Topsham, Maine through 
September 30, 2011. The Committee expects that the commissary 
will close as planned at the end of fiscal year 2011 unless the 
Secretary or the Director, DeCA determines it should remain 
open.

                     National Defense Sealift Fund

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,672,758,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     934,866,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,037,866,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,037,866,000. This is $103,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    Mobile Landing Platform [MLP].--The fiscal year 2011 budget 
request included $380,000,000 in the National Defense Sealift 
Fund for the acquisition of the first mobile landing platform. 
The Committee recommends $480,000,000, an addition $100,000,000 
to the budget request, for advance procurement and advance 
construction activities for the MLP program.
    Texas Maritime Academy Training Vessel Conversion.--The 
Committee has included $3,000,000 for Texas Maritime Academy 
Training Vessel Conversion.

                                TITLE VI

                  OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS

                         Defense Health Program

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $29,243,428,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  30,935,111,000
Committee recommendation................................  31,530,598,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$31,530,598,000. This is $595,487,000 above the budget 
estimate.
    Defense Health Program Reprogramming Procedures.--The 
Committee remains concerned regarding the transfer of funds 
from Direct (or In-house) Care to pay for contractor-provided 
medical care. To limit such transfers and continue oversight 
within the Defense Health Program operation and maintenance 
account, the Committee includes bill language which caps the 
funds available for Private Sector Care under the TRICARE 
program subject to prior approval reprogramming procedures. The 
bill language and accompanying report language included by the 
Committee should not be interpreted by the Department as 
limiting the amount of funds that may be transferred to the 
Direct Care System from other budget activities within the 
Defense Health Program. In addition, the Committee continues to 
designate the funding for the Direct Care System as a special 
interest item. Any transfer of funds from the Direct (or In-
house) Care budget activity into the Private Sector Care budget 
activity or any other budget activity will require the 
Department of Defense to follow prior approval reprogramming 
procedures.
    Carryover.--For fiscal year 2011, the Committee is 
recommending 1 percent carryover authority for the Defense 
Health Program. The Committee directs the Assistant Secretary 
of Defense (Health Affairs) to submit a detailed spending plan 
for any fiscal year 2010 designated carryover funds to the 
congressional defense committees not fewer than 15 days prior 
to executing the carryover funds.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2011 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  request       recommendation   budget request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE....................................       29,915,277       29,999,764          +84,487
    IN-HOUSE CARE............................................        7,781,877        7,794,577          +12,700
        Army Substance Abuse Program--Army Requested Transfer  ...............  ...............           -2,800
         to Operations and Maintenance, Army.................
        Defense and Veterans Pain Management Initiative......  ...............  ...............          +12,000
        Madigan Army Medical Center Trauma Assistance Program  ...............  ...............           +3,500
    PRIVATE SECTOR CARE......................................       16,034,745       15,919,745         -115,000
        TRICARE eligibility for dependents up to age 26......  ...............  ...............          +10,000
        Global Deployment of the Force medical research        ...............  ...............         -125,000
         funding--Department of Defense requested transfer to
         maintain full funding for the program...............
    CONSOLIDATED HEALTH CARE.................................        2,122,483        2,097,770          -24,713
        AFIP/Joint Pathology Center Records Digitization and   ...............  ...............          +12,000
         Repository Modernization............................
        Army Substance Abuse Program--Army Requested Transfer  ...............  ...............          -27,825
         to Operations and Maintenance, Army.................
        State Directors of Psychological Health--Army          ...............  ...............           -8,888
         National Guard Requested Transfer to O&M;, Army
         National Guard......................................
    INFORMATION MANAGEMENT...................................        1,452,330        1,453,830           +1,500
        Virtual Agent Technology Pilot Program--               ...............  ...............           +1,500
         afterdeployment.org.................................
    MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS..................................          293,698          288,698           -5,000
        MHS Strategic Communications efficiencies............  ...............  ...............           -5,000
    EDUCATION AND TRAINING...................................          632,534          637,534           +5,000
        Advanced Medical Training and Technology Platform....  ...............  ...............           +3,000
        Web-Based Teaching Programs for Military Social Work.  ...............  ...............           +2,000
    BASE OPERATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS.......................        1,597,610        1,807,610         +210,000
        Army FSRM............................................  ...............  ...............          +85,000
        Navy FSRM............................................  ...............  ...............          +40,000
        Air Force FSRM.......................................  ...............  ...............          +85,000
PROCUREMENT..................................................          519,921          519,921  ...............
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.....................................          499,913        1,010,913         +511,000
    Accelerated Therapies for Healing Battlefield Wounds and   ...............  ...............           +3,000
     Scars...................................................
    Global Deployment of the Force medical research funding--  ...............  ...............         +125,000
     Department of Defense requested transfer to maintain
     full funding for the program............................
    Hawaii Federal Health Care Network.......................  ...............  ...............          +25,000
    Peer Reviewed Breast Cancer Research Program.............  ...............  ...............         +150,000
    Peer Reviewed Gulf War Illness Research Program..........  ...............  ...............           +8,000
    Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program...................  ...............  ...............          +50,000
    Peer Reviewed Ovarian Cancer Research Program............  ...............  ...............          +10,000
    Peer Reviewed Prostate Cancer Research Program...........  ...............  ...............          +80,000
    Peer Reviewed Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain     ...............  ...............          +60,000
     Injury Program..........................................
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL................................................       30,935,111       31,530,598         +595,487
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program.--The Committee has 
provided $50,000,000 for a Peer Reviewed Medical Research 
Program. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense, in 
conjunction with the Service Surgeons General, to select 
medical research projects of clear scientific merit and direct 
relevance to military health. Research areas considered under 
this funding are restricted to: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, 
autism, blood cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic 
migraine and post-traumatic headache, dental research, drug 
abuse, epidermolysis bullosa, epilepsy, fragile x syndrome, 
inflammatory bowel disease, interstitial cystitis, kidney 
cancer, lupus, melanoma, mesothelioma, multiple sclerosis, 
neuroblastoma, neurofibromatosis, osteoporosis and related bone 
disease, Paget's disease, pancreatitis, Parkinson's, pediatric 
cancer, pheochromocytoma, polycystic kidney disease, post-
traumatic osteoarthritis, scleroderma, social work research, 
tinnitus, tuberous sclerosis complex, and vision research. The 
Committee emphasizes that the additional funding provided under 
the Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program shall be devoted 
only to the purposes listed above.
    Credentialing and Licensing of Healthcare Providers.--The 
Committee believes that providing the highest quality of 
healthcare for our service members, retirees and their 
families, and veterans must always remain a top priority for 
both the Department of Defense [DOD] and the Department of 
Veterans Affairs [VA]. It is essential that systems established 
to ensure quality care, including the credentialing and 
licensing of healthcare providers, are responsive to the 
evolution of new healthcare delivery models. Such new models 
include the establishment of joint service medical facilities, 
DOD and VA healthcare facilities, and the delivery of health 
services via telecommunications technologies.
    The Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense 
(Health Affairs), in coordination with the Under Secretary for 
Health of the Veterans Health Administration, to report to the 
congressional defense committees and the House and Senate 
Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies 
Appropriations Subcommittees on the current processes for 
licensing and credentialing of providers serving in joint 
service facilities, and joint DOD and VA facilities, including 
but not limited to the DOD and VA Medical Facility 
Demonstration Project at Great Lakes, Illinois. The report 
shall include ways in which those processes can be improved, 
including proposals for any necessary legislative changes. In 
addition, this report shall also describe the rapidly evolving 
programs in both Departments involving telehealth services, and 
the current policies and procedures governing the quality of 
clinical practice and clinical providers utilizing telehealth 
technologies, both within the DOD and VA systems, and, as 
appropriate, those utilizing non-DOD or VA providers. The 
Committee directs that the report contain an analysis of the 
specific challenges involving credentialing of providers at 
joint service facilities, joint DOD and VA facilities, and at 
individual DOD and VA facilities utilizing telehealth within 
and among States, and what effect, if any, those challenges 
present to the continuity of high-quality healthcare, both 
among and within DOD and VA systems. The Committee directs that 
the report be provided to the Committees by March 4, 2011.
    Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders in Rural Areas.--The 
Committee is aware of the Department of Defense's continuing 
challenge in providing high-quality care to servicemember's 
dependents with autism spectrum disorders, particularly members 
of the reserve components who do not live in an area where they 
can readily receive such care. The Committee urges TRICARE 
Management Activity to work with university-based autism 
research centers that have experience serving rural areas as it 
develops best practices in providing care for the dependents of 
servicemembers.
    Medical Centers of Excellence.--The fiscal year 2009 
Defense Supplemental Appropriations Act (Public Law 111-32) was 
enacted on June 26, 2009. Language was included in this act 
directing the Secretary of Defense to provide a strategic plan 
for locating, staffing, and resourcing the various medical 
centers of excellence that have been established in the past 
few years. This report was to be coordinated with all military 
services and the Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Criteria for 
the establishment and long-term sustainment of these centers 
were also to be included within this report.
    This mandate was due to Congress on August 31, 2009; 
however, the Committee has still not received this report. 
Since the passage of the fiscal year 2009 Defense 
Appropriations Supplemental, the Department has continued 
planning, resourcing, and establishing these centers of 
excellence but without having delivered the required plan. The 
intent behind this reporting requirement was to direct the 
Department to address these centers collectively and not 
individually; and investigate where duplication of effort can 
be avoided, shared resources can be achieved, and proper 
management and oversight can be implemented. These centers were 
established by Congress to provide the highest level of care 
for wounded service members, and as such, the Committee 
believes feels it is vital to fully understand how these 
centers will be resourced and managed. The Committee is 
extremely disappointed that the Department has not delivered 
this required document that could set the stage for the success 
of these centers. The Committee directs the Department to 
deliver this report as soon as possible.
    Electronic Health Record Systems Modernization.--The 
Committee continues to monitor the Department of Defense and 
the Department of Veterans Affairs efforts to jointly modernize 
their electronic health record systems. The Committee believes 
this should be performed in a manner that cost-effectively 
supports the Departments' mutual healthcare business needs. The 
Committee is encouraged that the Departments recognize that 
they share many electronic health record system requirements; 
however, there remains concern that the Departments have not 
explicitly indicated how they intend to efficiently and 
effectively meet these common requirements. In particular, the 
Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense 
Joint Executive Council Joint Strategic Plan for fiscal years 
2010-2012, which is intended to describe the joint coordination 
and sharing efforts between the two Departments, does not 
mention the Departments' electronic health record system 
modernization efforts, or describe what their approach to 
meeting their common requirements will be. In the absence of a 
strategic plan that discusses and guides their efforts, the 
Departments are pursuing separate and distinct modernizations 
that may result in development, implementation, and operation 
of independent electronic health record systems. Accordingly, 
the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense, in coordination 
with the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, to revise the Joint 
Executive Council's strategic plan to explicitly discuss the 
Departments' electronic health record system modernization 
efforts and how those efforts will cost effectively address the 
Departments' needs in the 10 areas in which they have 
identified common requirements. The Committee directs the 
Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretary of 
Veterans Affairs, to report back to the Committees on 
Appropriations on a timeline for making these changes no later 
than 90 days after enactment of this act.
    Complementary and Alternative Medicine.--No later than 180 
days from the enactment of this act, the Secretary of Defense 
shall submit a report to the congressional defense committees 
on the use of complementary alternative medicine therapies, 
integrative health, and wellness treatments within Military 
Health System and medical operational units to include deployed 
medical facilities. The report shall include (1) research and 
grant programs on complementary alternative medicine, 
integrative medicine, and wellness treatment; (2) specific 
treatments and therapies being utilized or researched for the 
treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain 
injury; (3) treatment services or therapies under complementary 
alternative therapies covered by TRICARE; and (4) military 
treatment facilities where treatment and/or DOD research of 
complementary alternative therapies are being utilized and 
reason for utilization.
    Blood and IV Fluid Infusion Warmers.--The deployment of 
lightweight, portable blood and IV fluid infusion warmers can 
provide an important tool to improve patient outcomes in 
expeditionary medical environments. Therefore, the Committee 
encourages the Army to develop next generation blood and IV 
fluid infusion warmer technology that is easily integrated with 
existing medical systems, capable of utilizing multiple power 
sources (to include fuel cells), and come in a reduced weight 
and size form for forward combat operations.

           Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,560,760,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,467,307,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,467,307,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,467,307,000. This is equal to the budget estimate.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                    Fiscal year      Committee      Change from
                                                                   2011 request   recommendation  budget request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Chemical Demilitarization O&M...................................;       1,067,364       1,067,364  ..............
Chemical Demilitarization Procurement...........................           7,132           7,132  ..............
Chemical Demilitarization R&D...................................;         392,811         392,811  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, CHEMICAL AGENTS AND MUNITIONS DESTRUCTION, DEFENSE.       1,467,307       1,467,307  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Pine Bluff Arsenal.--The Committee recognizes the 
significant taxpayer investment that has been required to 
construct the chemical demilitarization facilities at the Pine 
Bluff Arsenal in Jefferson County, Arkansas and, therefore, 
encourages the reuse of the chemical demilitarization support 
facilities for military related missions after the completion 
of chemical demilitarization activities. This may require the 
restoration or preservation of utility and other infrastructure 
of the main demilitarization building and nearby structures.

         Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,158,226,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,131,351,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,198,016,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,198,016,000. This is $66,665,000 above the budget estimate.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

         DRUG INTERDICTION AND COUNTER-DRUG ACTIVITIES, DEFENSE EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 Fiscal year       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                2011 request    recommendation   budget request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense.......        1,131,351        1,198,016          +66,665
    FFRDC requirement funded elsewhere.......................  ...............  ...............          -12,285
    PC 2360 EUCOM Tactical Analysis Team Support unauthorized  ...............  ...............           -1,500
     new start...............................................
    PC 9205 EUCOM Counternarcotics Operations Support          ...............  ...............           -3,000
     excessive growth........................................
    PC 1293 International crime and narcotics analytic tools   ...............  ...............           -2,000
     excessive growth........................................
    National Guard Counter-Drug Programs.....................  ...............  ...............          +35,000
    Alaska National Guard Counter-Drug Program...............  ...............  ...............           +3,000
    Colorado Joint Counter-Drug Task Force...................  ...............  ...............           +1,500
    Delaware National Guard Counter-Drug Task Force..........  ...............  ...............             +300
    Florida Counter-Drug Program.............................  ...............  ...............           +2,900
    Hawaii National Guard Counter-Drug.......................  ...............  ...............           +3,000
    Kentucky National Guard Marijuana Eradication Efforts....  ...............  ...............           +4,000
    Midwest Counter-Drug Training Center.....................  ...............  ...............           +7,000
    Minnesota National Guard Counter-Drug Program............  ...............  ...............           +2,000
    Montana National Guard Counter-Drug Task Force...........  ...............  ...............           +1,000
    Nevada National Guard Counter-Drug Program...............  ...............  ...............           +4,500
    New Mexico National Guard Counter-Drug Support Program...  ...............  ...............           +6,000
    Northeast Counter-Drug Training Center...................  ...............  ...............           +3,500
    Regional Counter-Drug Training Academy-Meridian..........  ...............  ...............           +3,400
    Tennessee National Guard Counter-Drug Activities.........  ...............  ...............           +4,000
    Texas Army National Guard Joint Counter-Drug Task Force..  ...............  ...............           +2,000
    Utah National Guard Counter-Drug State Plan..............  ...............  ...............           +1,500
    West Virginia Counter-Drug Program.......................  ...............  ...............             +850
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             Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Fund

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $121,550,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     215,868,000
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee does not recommend funding for the Joint 
Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Fund in the base and 
addresses this requirement in title IX.

                    Office of the Inspector General

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $288,100,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     283,354,000
Committee recommendation................................     304,354,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $304,354,000. 
This is $21,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    Office of the Inspector General.--The Committee remains 
concerned regarding reports and allegations of defense 
contractors defrauding the Government and supports continued 
process improvements in its contract oversight 
responsibilities. The Committee encourages the Department of 
Defense Office of Inspector General to consider the use of 
forensic tools and techniques to enhance the Department's 
ability to detect waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement and to 
improve the identification of anomalies.

                               TITLE VII

                            RELATED AGENCIES

   Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $290,900,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     292,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     292,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $292,000,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

               Intelligence Community Management Account

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $707,912,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     706,692,000
Committee recommendation................................     721,692,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $721,692,000. 
This is $15,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                               TITLE VIII

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The following lists general provisions proposed by the 
Committee. The Committee recommends inclusion of several 
proposals which have been incorporated in previous 
appropriations acts, provisions requested for inclusion by the 
Defense Department, and new provisions. The Committee 
recommendations are as follows:
    Sec. 8001. Publicity/Propaganda Limitation.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8002. Compensation/Employment of Foreign Nationals.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8003. Obligation Rate of Appropriations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8004. Obligations in Last 2 Months of Fiscal Year.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8005. Transfers.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8006. Project Level Adjustments.--Retains a provision 
carried last year.
    Sec. 8007. Establishment of Reprogramming Baseline.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8008. Range Upgrades.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years, as requested by Senator Murkowski.
    Sec. 8009. Working Capital Fund Cash Disbursements.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8010. Special Access Programs Notification.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8011. Multiyear Procurement Authority.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8012. Humanitarian and Civic Assistance.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8013. Civilian Personnel Ceilings.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8014. Lobbying.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8015. Educational Benefits and Bonuses.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8016. Organizational Analysis/Contracting Out.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8017. Mentor-Protege Program.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8018. Anchor Chains.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8019. Demilitarization of Surplus Firearms.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8020. Relocations into the National Capital Region.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8021. Indian Financing Act Incentives.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8022. Defense Media Activity.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8023. Burdensharing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8024. Civil Air Patrol.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8025. Federally Funded Research and Development 
Centers.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8026. Carbon, Alloy or Armor Steel Plate.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8027. Congressional Defense Committees Definition.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8028. Depot Maintenance Competition.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8029. Reciprocal Trade Agreements.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8030. Overseas Military Facility Investment.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8031. Walking Shield.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8032. Investment Item Unit Cost.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8033. Defense Working Capital Fund/Investment Item.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8034. CIA Availability of Funds.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8035. GDIP Information Systems.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8036. Indian Tribes Environmental Impact.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8037. Compliance With the Buy America Act.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8038. Competition for Consultants and Studies 
Programs.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8039. Field Operating Agencies.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8040. Rescissions.--The Committee recommends a general 
provision rescinding funds from prior years as displayed below:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   2009 Appropriations

Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles,
 Army:
    Future Combat Systems...............................     $86,300,000
Other Procurement, Army:
    Armored Security Vehicles...........................      55,000,000
    Force XXII Battle Command Brigade & Below...........      30,600,000
    Semi-trailers, flatbed..............................      62,000,000
Aircraft Procurement, Navy:
    KC-130J.............................................      12,000,000
    F/A-18E/F...........................................      14,100,000
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force:
    Global Hawk.........................................      48,690,000

                   2010 Appropriations

Aircraft Procurement, Army:
    Tactical SIGINT Payload.............................      14,000,000
Missile Procurement, Army:
    GMLRS...............................................      18,171,000
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles,
 Army:
    FCS Spin-Outs, Advance Procurement..................      19,600,000
    Improved Recovery Vehicle...........................       8,700,000
    MK-19 Grenade Machine Gun Modifications.............       7,700,000
Aircraft Procurement, Navy:
    E-6 Series..........................................       6,000,000
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps:
    General Purpose Bombs...............................      11,576,000
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force:
    B-2A................................................       5,900,000
    B-52................................................      39,300,000
    C-130J..............................................       3,500,000
    C-130 Advance Procurement...........................      12,000,000
    C-17 Modifications..................................      12,200,000
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army:
    Aircraft Avionics: JTRS AMF.........................      10,200,000
    Hostile Fire Detection System Program of Record.....      15,000,000
    FCS: Class IV UAV Program of Record.................      12,000,000
    TUAV: TSP...........................................      16,300,000
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force:
    Small Diameter Bomb.................................      20,000,000
    B-2 Squadrons.......................................      56,000,000
    JSTARS..............................................      14,600,000
    RQ-4 UAV............................................      10,000,000
    C-5 Airlift Squadrons...............................      15,000,000
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-
 Wide:
    BMD Hercules........................................      10,000,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Sec. 8041. Civilian Technicians Reductions.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8042. Prohibition on Assistance to North Korea.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8043. Reimbursement for Reserve Component Intelligence 
Personnel.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8044. Civilian Medical Personnel Reductions.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8045. Counter-Drug Activities Transfer.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8046. Ball and Roller Bearings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8047. Buy American Computers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8048. Transfer to Other Agencies.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8049. Restrictions on Transfer of Equipment and 
Supplies.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8050. Contractor Bonuses Due to Business 
Restructuring.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8051. Reserve Peacetime Support to Active Duty and 
Civilian Activities.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8052. Unexpended Balances.--Retains a provision 
carried last year.
    Sec. 8053. National Guard Distance Learning.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8054. Heating Plants in Europe.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8055. End-Item Procurement.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8056. Sale of F-22 to Foreign Nations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8057. Buy American Waivers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8058. Training of Security Forces of a Foreign 
Country.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8059. T-AKE.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8060. Restriction on Repair and Maintenance of 
Military Family Housing Units.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8061. JCTD Projects.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8062. Secretary of Defense Reporting Requirement.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8063. Support to Other Government Agencies.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8064. Use of National Guard Forces.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8065. Armor Piercing Ammo.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8066. Leasing Authority for National Guard Bureau.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8067. Alcoholic Beverages.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8068. GPS.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8069. O&M;, Army Transfer.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8070. Disbursements.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8071. Israeli Cooperative Programs.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8072. Assignment of Forces.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8073. Special Pay.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8074. Intelligence Authorization.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8075. New Start Authority.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8076. Local School Funding/Special Needs Funding.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years, as 
requested by Senator Inouye.
    Sec. 8077. Contingency Operations Budget Justification.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8078. Nuclear Armed Interceptors.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8079. Grants.--Includes a provision providing a grant 
for the United Service Organizations.
    Sec. 8080. 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8081. Terrorism Information Awareness Program.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8082. Notification of Reserve Mobilization.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8083. SCN Transfer Authority.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8084. SCN Judgment Fund.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8085. Army Tactical UAVs.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8086. Joint Interagency Training and Education 
Center.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8087. Wage Rates for Civilian Health Employees.--
Retains and makes permanent a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8088. Asia Pacific Regional Initiative.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8089. DNI R&D; Waiver.--Retains a provision carried 
last year.
    Sec. 8090. Shipbuilding Obligations.--Retains a provision 
carried last year.
    Sec. 8091. Environmental Contracting.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8092. Budget Exhibits for Intelligence Programs.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8093. Intelligence Baseline for Reprogramming.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8094. Congressional Intelligence Committees 
Definition.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8095. Cost of War Report.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8096. Excess Cash Balances.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8097. Fisher House Authorization.--Retains a provision 
carried last year.
    Sec. 8098. Information Sharing.--Retains a provision 
carried last year.
    Sec. 8099. Defense Acquisition Workforce Development 
Fund.--Retains a provision carried last year.
    Sec. 8100. Public Disclosure of Agency Reports.--Retains a 
provision carried last year.
    Sec. 8101. Contractor Compliance with the Civil Rights Act 
of 1964.--Retains and modifies a provision carried last year.
    Sec. 8102. A-76 Studies.--Retains a provision carried last 
year.
    Sec. 8103. NIP Business Management Systems.--Retains a 
provision carried last year.
    Sec. 8104. Competition of Congressionally Directed 
Spending.--Retains and modifies a provision carried last year.
    Sec. 8105. ACORN Funding Prohibition.--Retains a provision 
carried last year.
    Sec. 8106. DOD-VA Medical Facility Demonstration.--Includes 
a new provision that provides for the Joint Department of 
Defense-Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Facility 
Demonstration Fund, in accordance with the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 (Public Law 111-84).
    Sec. 8107. Next Generation Enterprise Network.--Includes a 
new provision providing funds for the Next Generation 
Enterprise Network, in accordance with the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 (Public Law 111-84).
    Sec. 8108. Department of Defense Supercomputing Resource 
Centers.--Includes a new provision prohibiting the use of funds 
for the consolidation or realignment of any Department of 
Defense Supercomputing Resource Center.
    Sec. 8109. National Defense Sealift Fund.--Includes a new 
provision clarifying previous language concerning the National 
Defense Sealift Fund, as proposed by Senator Specter.
    Sec. 8110. Technical Correction of the Supplemental 
Appropriations Act, 2010.--Includes a new provision concerning 
the Community Development Fund and disaster relief, as proposed 
by Senator Reed.
    Sec. 8111. Technical Correction of the Supplemental 
Appropriations Act, 2010.--Includes a new provision concerning 
Economic Development Assistance Programs and disaster relief, 
as proposed by Senator Reed.

                                TITLE IX

               OVERSEAS DEPLOYMENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES

                    Department of Defense--Military

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$157,680,557,000 for operations related to Overseas Deployments 
and Other Activities. In fiscal year 2010 Congress appropriated 
$161,034,140,000 for activities funded in this title.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the Committee 
recommendation:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 Fiscal year      Fiscal year       Committee
                                                                 2010 enacted    2011 estimate    recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military personnel...........................................       16,796,788       15,132,054       16,040,299
Operation and maintenance....................................      110,680,106      115,205,452      112,562,257
Procurement..................................................       28,043,922       21,361,868       23,061,155
Research, development, test and evaluation...................          541,852          634,788          873,963
Revolving and management funds...............................        1,547,102          485,384          485,384
Other Department of Defense appropriations...................        3,501,531        5,115,731        4,657,499
General provisions...........................................          -77,161  ...............  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, additional appropriations.......................      161,034,140      157,935,277      157,680,557
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                OVERVIEW

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $157,680,557,000 of additional 
appropriations for Overseas Deployments and Other Activities in 
fiscal year 2011. This funding will ensure that resources, 
equipment, and supplies are available for our servicemembers 
without interruption, and will enable the Department to avoid 
absorbing operational costs from within baseline programs that 
are critical to future readiness and home-station activities.

                         REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide a 
report to the congressional defense committees within 30 days 
after the date of enactment of this legislation on the 
allocation of the funds within the accounts listed in this 
title. The Secretary shall submit updated reports 30 days after 
the end of each fiscal quarter until funds listed in this title 
are no longer available for obligation. The Committee further 
directs that these reports shall include: a detailed accounting 
of obligations and expenditures of appropriations provided in 
this title by program and subactivity group for the 
continuation of military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan; 
and a listing of equipment procured using funds provided in 
this title.
    Additionally, the Committee directs that the Department 
continue to report incremental contingency operations costs for 
Operations Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom on a 
monthly basis in the Cost of War Execution report as required 
by Department of Defense Financial Management Regulation, 
chapter 23, volume 12. The Committee further directs the 
Department to continue to provide the Cost of War reports to 
the congressional defense committees that include the following 
information by appropriation: funding appropriated, funding 
allocated, monthly obligations, monthly disbursements, 
cumulative fiscal year obligations, and cumulative fiscal year 
disbursements.
    The Committee expects that in order to meet unanticipated 
requirements, the Department of Defense may need to transfer 
funds within these appropriations accounts for purposes other 
than those specified in this report. The Committee directs the 
Department of Defense to follow normal prior approval 
reprogramming procedures should it be necessary to transfer 
funding between different appropriations accounts in this 
title.

                        PROGRESS IN AFGHANISTAN

    Corruption in Afghanistan.--Corruption in Afghanistan 
continues to undermine the legitimacy of the Afghan Government 
and derails support for the country and its people. The 
Committee recognizes that efforts are being made to combat 
corruption, and the establishment of Task Force 2010 is a 
positive step in this campaign. The Committee believes that all 
efforts to curtail corruption and lessons learned should be 
shared on an ongoing basis throughout the United States 
Government so that reforms or improvements in processes can be 
implemented immediately rather than after completion of audits 
or reports. The Committee directs the Department of Defense, in 
coordination with the Department of State and the U.S. Agency 
for International Development, to develop a strategy that will 
enable the free exchange of this information and a regular 
reporting requirement to the Congress on progress and results 
that have been made in curbing corruption. The Committee 
directs such a strategy to be submitted to the Congress by 
November 30, 2010.
    Stability in Afghanistan.--Security and economic stability 
in Afghanistan are necessary in order to prevent the country 
from becoming a safe haven for al Qaeda again. The United 
States and its coalition partners have been working with 
Afghanistan to further security efforts and build a reputable 
and capable Afghan security force for several years and have 
provided over $25,000,000,000 to date for this effort with 
another $11,600,000,000 included in this bill. Substantial 
progress has been made so far, but the Afghan security force is 
still several years away from being capable of operating 
independently. The Committee is also aware of several billion 
dollars worth of reconstruction projects, ranging from road 
construction, electricity generation, and rail service that are 
pivotal to economic growth and stability in Afghanistan. While 
it is presently inconceivable for Afghanistan to finance these 
projects on its own, that must evolve. Afghanistan not only 
needs to recognize the value in supporting these projects, but 
also find a way to sustain ongoing efforts and pay for the 
future requirements.
    Since the beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom, the 
United States, its allies, and most of the world have viewed 
Afghanistan as incapable of sustaining its own livelihood 
without donations from foreign nations. While that will 
certainly be the case for several years to come, there is 
reason to hope that with potential mineral wealth in 
Afghanistan that can change.
    If the Government of Afghanistan can reap the benefits of 
its own natural resources and use it to provide security and 
stability for its people, it will significantly diminish the 
power of al Qaeda and the Taliban. Recognizing this potential, 
it is imperative that the United States and our coalition 
partners work with the Government of Afghanistan to help it 
realize this potential and safeguard these assets for the 
Afghan people.
    The Committee believes that one viable option for 
Afghanistan to benefit from this wealth is to create an Afghan 
Government mining company, similar to Iraq oil, or Saudi 
Arabia's Aramco, or copy Botswana who is using revenue from 
diamond mining to build roads, power lines, and schools. The 
United States is already helping build the capacity of the 
Afghanistan Ministry of Mines, to root out potential 
corruption, and pave the way forward so it is capable of this 
task. The Government of Afghanistan should be encouraged to 
take on this initiative. The Committee is well aware of the 
numerous challenges in this approach, but believes this is one 
of the only ways to bring stability to Afghanistan. Therefore, 
the Committee directs the national security team, including but 
not limited to the Department of Defense, the Department of 
State, U.S. Agency for International Development, the Special 
Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, and the National 
Security Council, to develop an interagency and international 
strategy for the Afghan Government's development of the 
Afghanistan national agencies and companies to govern the 
mining of these natural resources, the collection of the 
associated revenue, and the creation of the necessary 
infrastructure to enable the extraction and transportation of 
these resources. The Committee further directs the Department 
of Defense, in coordination with the national security team, to 
report to the Congress within 90 days of enactment of this act 
with a plan to achieve this goal in Afghanistan.

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    The Committee recommends a total of $16,040,299,000 for 
pay, allowances, and other personnel costs for Active, Reserve, 
and Guard troops activated for duty in Iraq, Afghanistan, and 
other contingency operations. This recommendation includes 
funding for subsistence, permanent change of station travel, 
and special pays including imminent danger pay, family 
separation allowance, and hardship duty pay.

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $11,388,649,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  10,678,409,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,678,409,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,678,409,000. This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: PAY AND
       ALLOWANCES OF
       OFFICERS
    5 Basic Pay              1,237,779       1,237,779  ..............
   10 Retired Pay              313,278         313,278  ..............
       Accrual
   25 Basic Allowance          349,839         349,839  ..............
       for Housing
   30 Basic Allowance           44,752          44,752  ..............
       for Subsistence
   35 Incentive Pays             2,835           2,835  ..............
   40 Special Pays             159,261         159,261  ..............
   45 Allowances                56,632          56,632  ..............
   50 Separation Pay             1,303           1,303  ..............
   55 Social Security           94,650          94,650  ..............
       Tax
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,           2,260,329       2,260,329  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
      BA 2: PAY AND
       ALLOWANCES OF
       ENLISTED
       PERSONNEL
   60 Basic Pay              2,708,271       2,708,271  ..............
   65 Retired Pay              693,325         693,325  ..............
       Accrual
   80 Basic Allowance        1,113,877       1,113,877  ..............
       for Housing
   85 Incentive Pays             6,714           6,714  ..............
   90 Special Pays             574,120         574,120  ..............
   95 Allowances               241,921         241,921  ..............
  100 Separation Pay            26,276          26,276  ..............
  105 Social Security          207,174         207,174  ..............
       Tax
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,           5,571,678       5,571,678  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             2
                       =================================================
      BA 4:
       SUBSISTENCE OF
       ENLISTED
       PERSONNEL
  115 Basic Allowance          329,046         329,046  ..............
       for Subsistence
  120 Subsistence-In-        1,871,805       1,871,805  ..............
       Kind
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,           2,200,851       2,200,851  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             4
                       =================================================
      BA 5: PERMANENT
       CHANGE OF
       STATION TRAVEL
  125 Accession Travel          45,512          45,512  ..............
  135 Operational              107,025         107,025  ..............
       Travel
  140 Rotational                45,514          45,514  ..............
       Travel
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,             198,051         198,051  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             5
                       =================================================
      BA 6: OTHER
       MILITARY
       PERSONNEL COSTS
  175 Interest on               16,102          16,102  ..............
       Uniformed
       Services
       Savings
  180 Death Gratuities          66,220          66,220  ..............
  185 Unemployment             192,223         192,223  ..............
       Benefits
  212 Reserve Income             1,895           1,895  ..............
       Replacement
       Program
  216 SGLI Extra               171,060         171,060  ..............
       Hazard Payments
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,             447,500         447,500  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             6
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,          10,678,409      10,678,409  ..............
             MILITARY
             PERSONNEL
             , ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,429,079,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,178,719,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,435,319,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,435,319,000. This is $256,600,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: PAY AND
       ALLOWANCES OF
       OFFICERS
    5 Basic Pay                213,340         213,340  ..............
   10 Retired Pay               59,067          59,067  ..............
       Accrual
   25 Basic Allowance           67,023          67,023  ..............
       for Housing
   30 Basic Allowance            7,315           7,315  ..............
       for Subsistence
   35 Incentive Pays             1,543           1,543  ..............
   40 Special Pays              16,667          16,667  ..............
   45 Allowances                16,754          16,754  ..............
   50 Separation Pay                14              14  ..............
   55 Social Security           16,320          16,320  ..............
       Tax
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,             398,043         398,043  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
      BA 2: PAY AND
       ALLOWANCES OF
       ENLISTED
       PERSONNEL
   60 Basic Pay                262,656         262,656  ..............
   65 Retired Pay               74,338          74,338  ..............
       Accrual
   80 Basic Allowance          121,913         121,913  ..............
       for Housing
   85 Incentive Pays               325             325  ..............
   90 Special Pays              80,007          80,007  ..............
   95 Allowances                27,692          27,692  ..............
  100 Separation Pay             3,535           3,535  ..............
  105 Social Security           20,093          20,093  ..............
       Tax
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,             590,559         590,559  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             2
                       =================================================
      BA 4:
       SUBSISTENCE OF
       ENLISTED
       PERSONNEL
  115 Basic Allowance           28,639          28,639  ..............
       for Subsistence
  120 Subsistence-In-           14,546          14,546  ..............
       Kind
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              43,185          43,185  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             4
                       =================================================
      BA 5: PERMANENT
       CHANGE OF
       STATION TRAVEL
  125 Accession Travel           5,214           5,214  ..............
  135 Operational               23,903          23,903  ..............
       Travel
  140 Rotational                30,110          30,110  ..............
       Travel
  145 Separation                 3,132           3,132  ..............
       Travel
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              62,359          62,359  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             5
                       =================================================
      BA 6: OTHER
       MILITARY
       PERSONNEL COSTS
  180 Death Gratuities           3,800           3,800  ..............
  185 Unemployment              29,662          29,662  ..............
       Benefits
  216 SGLI Extra                51,111          51,111  ..............
       Hazard Payments
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              84,573          84,573  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             6
                       =================================================
      UNDISTRIBUTED
       ADJUSTMENTS
          Higher than   ..............         110,100        +110,100
           Budgeted
           Mobilizatio
           n Levels
          Over          ..............         146,500        +146,500
           Budgeted
           End
           Strength
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,      ..............         256,600        +256,600
             UNDISTRIB
             UTED
             ADJUSTMEN
             TS
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,           1,178,719       1,435,319        +256,600
             MILITARY
             PERSONNEL
             , NAVY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $924,221,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     644,775,000
Committee recommendation................................     732,920,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $732,920,000. 
This is $88,145,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: PAY AND
       ALLOWANCES OF
       OFFICERS
    5 Basic Pay                 40,079          40,079  ..............
   10 Retired Pay               13,308          13,308  ..............
       Accrual
   25 Basic Allowance           18,565          18,565  ..............
       for Housing
   30 Basic Allowance            1,760           1,760  ..............
       for Subsistence
   40 Special Pays              10,747          10,747  ..............
   45 Allowances                 4,805           4,805  ..............
   55 Social Security            4,176           4,176  ..............
       Tax
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              93,440          93,440  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
      BA 2: PAY AND
       ALLOWANCES OF
       ENLISTED
       PERSONNEL
   60 Basic Pay                190,013         190,013  ..............
   65 Retired Pay               43,090          43,090  ..............
       Accrual
   80 Basic Allowance           45,977          45,977  ..............
       for Housing
   90 Special Pays              95,395          95,395  ..............
   95 Allowances                40,431          40,431  ..............
  100 Separation Pay             3,017           3,017  ..............
  105 Social Security           13,435          13,435  ..............
       Tax
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,             431,358         431,358  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             2
                       =================================================
      BA 4:
       SUBSISTENCE OF
       ENLISTED
       PERSONNEL
  115 Basic Allowance           21,420          21,420  ..............
       for Subsistence
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              21,420          21,420  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             4
                       =================================================
      BA 5: PERMANENT
       CHANGE OF
       STATION TRAVEL
  125 Accession Travel           3,270           3,270  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,               3,270           3,270  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             5
                       =================================================
      BA 6: OTHER
       MILITARY
       PERSONNEL COSTS
  180 Death Gratuities          27,000          27,000  ..............
  185 Unemployment              19,942          19,942  ..............
       Benefits
  216 SGLI Extra                48,345          48,345  ..............
       Hazard Payments
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              95,287          95,287  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             6
                       =================================================
      UNDISTRIBUTED
       ADJUSTMENT
          Over          ..............          88,145         +88,145
           Budgeted
           End
           Strength
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,      ..............          88,145         +88,145
             UNDISTRIB
             UTED
             ADJUSTMEN
             T
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,             644,775         732,920         +88,145
             MILITARY
             PERSONNEL
             , MARINE
             CORPS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,761,444,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,406,387,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,934,387,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,934,387,000. This is $528,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: PAY AND
       ALLOWANCES OF
       OFFICERS
    5 Basic Pay                188,334         188,334  ..............
   10 Retired Pay               45,953          45,953  ..............
       Accrual
   25 Basic Allowance           58,889          58,889  ..............
       for Housing
   30 Basic Allowance            7,320           7,320  ..............
       for Subsistence
   40 Special Pays              13,613          13,613  ..............
   45 Allowances                 5,760           5,760  ..............
   55 Social Security           14,408          14,408  ..............
       Tax
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,             334,277         334,277  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
      BA 2: PAY AND
       ALLOWANCES OF
       ENLISTED
       PERSONNEL
   60 Basic Pay                472,896         472,896  ..............
   65 Retired Pay              115,387         115,387  ..............
       Accrual
   80 Basic Allowance          177,545         177,545  ..............
       for Housing
   90 Special Pays              49,964          49,964  ..............
   95 Allowances                16,254          16,254  ..............
  105 Social Security           36,177          36,177  ..............
       Tax
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,             868,223         868,223  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             2
                       =================================================
      BA 4:
       SUBSISTENCE OF
       ENLISTED
       PERSONNEL
  115 Basic Allowance           39,090          39,090  ..............
       for Subsistence
  120 Subsistence-In-           61,805          61,805  ..............
       Kind
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,             100,895         100,895  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             4
                       =================================================
      BA 5: PERMANENT
       CHANGE OF
       STATION TRAVEL
  135 Operational                5,957           5,957  ..............
       Travel
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,               5,957           5,957  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             5
                       =================================================
      BA 6: OTHER
       MILITARY
       PERSONNEL COSTS
  180 Death Gratuities           2,000           2,000  ..............
  185 Unemployment              27,978          27,978  ..............
       Benefits
  216 SGLI Extra                67,057          67,057  ..............
       Hazard Payments
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              97,035          97,035  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             6
                       =================================================
      UNDISTRIBUTED
       ADJUSTMENTS
          Higher than   ..............         378,000        +378,000
           Budgeted
           Mobilizatio
           n Levels
          Over          ..............         150,000        +150,000
           Budgeted
           End
           Strength
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,      ..............         528,000        +528,000
             UNDISTRIB
             UTED
             ADJUSTMEN
             TS
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,           1,406,387       1,934,387        +528,000
             MILITARY
             PERSONNEL
             , AIR
             FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $298,859,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     268,031,000
Committee recommendation................................     268,031,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $268,031,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: UNIT AND
       INDIVIDUAL
       TRAINING
   10 Pay Group A              104,230         104,230  ..............
       Training (15
       Days & Drills
       24/48)
   70 School Training            9,886           9,886  ..............
   80 Special Training         153,915         153,915  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,             268,031         268,031  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,             268,031         268,031  ..............
             RESERVE
             PERSONNEL
             , ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $39,677,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      48,912,000
Committee recommendation................................      48,912,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $48,912,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: UNIT AND
       INDIVIDUAL
       TRAINING
   70 School Training            7,019           7,019  ..............
   80 Special Training          38,683          38,683  ..............
   90 Administration             3,210           3,210  ..............
       and Support
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              48,912          48,912  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,              48,912          48,912  ..............
             RESERVE
             PERSONNEL
             , NAVY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $66,095,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      30,637,000
Committee recommendation................................      45,437,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $45,437,000. 
This is $14,800,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: UNIT AND
       INDIVIDUAL
       TRAINING
   70 School Training            5,467           5,467  ..............
   80 Special Training          24,797          24,797  ..............
   90 Administration               373             373  ..............
       and Support
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              30,637          30,637  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
      UNDISTRIBUTED
       ADJUSTMENT
          Above         ..............          14,800         +14,800
           Budgeted
           End
           Strength
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,      ..............          14,800         +14,800
             UNDISTRIB
             UTED
             ADJUSTMEN
             T
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,              30,637          45,437         +14,800
             RESERVE
             PERSONNEL
             , MARINE
             CORPS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $21,114,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      27,002,000
Committee recommendation................................      27,002,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $27,002,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: UNIT AND
       INDIVIDUAL
       TRAINING
   80 Special Training          27,002          27,002  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              27,002          27,002  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,              27,002          27,002  ..............
             RESERVE
             PERSONNEL
             , AIR
             FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $858,150,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     828,122,000
Committee recommendation................................     853,022,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $853,022,000. 
This is $24,900,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: UNIT AND
       INDIVIDUAL
       TRAINING
          Pay Group A          231,547         231,547  ..............
           Training
           (15 Days &
           Drills 24/
           48)
          Special              550,090         550,090  ..............
           Training
          Administrati          46,485          46,485  ..............
           on and
           Support
                       -----------------
            TOTAL,             828,122         828,122  ..............
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
      UNDISTRIBUTED
       ADJUSTMENT
          Support to    ..............          24,900         +24,900
           Southwest
           Border
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,      ..............          24,900         +24,900
             UNDISTRIB
             UTED
             ADJUSTMEN
             T
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,             828,122         853,022         +24,900
             NATIONAL
             GUARD
             PERSONNEL
             , ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010....................................      $9,500,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      21,060,000
Committee recommendation................................      16,860,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $16,860,000. 
This is $4,200,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      BA 1: UNIT AND
       INDIVIDUAL
       TRAINING
      Special Training          21,060          11,060         -10,000
          Excess to     ..............  ..............         -10,000
           Need
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,              21,060          11,060         -10,000
             BUDGET
             ACTIVITY
             1
                       =================================================
      UNDISTRIBUTED
       ADJUSTMENT
      Support to        ..............           5,800          +5,800
       Southwest
       Border
                       -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL,      ..............           5,800          +5,800
             UNDISTRIB
             UTED
             ADJUSTMEN
             T
                       =================================================
            TOTAL,              21,060          16,860          -4,200
             NATIONAL
             GUARD
             PERSONNEL
             , AIR
             FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    The Committee recommends $112,562,257,000 for the operation 
and maintenance accounts. These funds are available to fund 
overseas deployments and other activities by the services and 
Special Operations Forces to include financing flying hours, 
ship steaming days, ground operations, special airlift 
missions, increased ship and aircraft maintenance, logistics 
support, fuel purchases, base support, civilian personnel, 
personnel support costs, overseas transportation, 
communications support, facility management, and other 
operation and maintenance requirements.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $59,541,081,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  62,602,618,000
Committee recommendation................................  62,669,767,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$62,669,767,000. This is $67,149,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  135 Additional            47,638,208      47,113,615        -524,593
       Activities
          Continuing    ..............  ..............         +80,000
           Operations
           at
           Guantanamo
           Bay--Transf
           er From
           Overseas
           Contingency
           Operations
           Transfer
           Fund
          Army          ..............  ..............      -1,013,000
           Requested
           Realignment
           for
           Subsistence
           Transportat
           ion Costs
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +3,200
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Synchroniza
           tion and
           Integration
           WTI Cell
          Transfer      ..............  ..............         +13,000
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Thermal
           Station
           (National
           IED
           Exploitatio
           n Facility
           [NIEF])
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +3,000
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Beachcomber
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +1,500
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Counter
           Bomber
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +3,000
           from
           JIEDDO:
           CREW-SSM
           Universal
           Test Set
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +5,000
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Glasswave
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +1,000
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Subtle
           Magnetic
           Anomaly
           Detection
           Network
           Systems
          Transfer      ..............  ..............         +16,400
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Technical
           Collection
           Training
           Program
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +8,579
           from Title
           II:
           Chemical
           Defense
           Equipment
           Sustainment
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +6,420
           from Title
           II: MRAP
           Vehicle
           Sustainment
           at Combat
           Training
           Centers
          Transfer      ..............  ..............         +71,660
           from Title
           II: Body
           Armor
           Sustainment
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +9,294
           from Title
           II: Rapid
           Equipping
           Force Readi-
             ness
          Transfer      ..............  ..............         +21,171
           from Title
           II: Fixed
           Wing Life
           Cycle
           Contract
           Support
          Transfer      ..............  ..............        +200,000
           from Title
           II:
           Overseas
           Security
           Guards
          Transfer      ..............  ..............         +30,000
           from Title
           II: Senior
           Leader
           Initiative:
           Comprehensi
           ve Soldier
           Fitness
           Program
          Transfer      ..............  ..............         +15,183
           from Title
           II:
           Survivabili
           ty and
           Maneuverabi
           lity
           Training
  136 Commanders'            1,300,000         900,000        -400,000
       Emergency
       Response
       Program
          Program       ..............  ..............        -400,000
           Reduction
  137 Reset                  7,840,211       7,840,211  ..............
  411 Security               2,358,865       2,337,607         -21,258
       Programs
          Classified    ..............  ..............         -26,658
           Adjustment
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +5,400
           from
           JIEDDO: Air
           Vigilance
  421 Service-wide           3,465,334       4,478,334      +1,013,000
       Transportation
          Army          ..............  ..............      +1,013,000
           Requested
           Realignment
           for
           Subsistence
           Transportat
           ion Costs
                       -------------------------------------------------
              Total,        62,602,618      62,669,767         +67,149
               Operati
               on and
               Mainten
               ance,
               Army
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Commanders Emergency Response Program.--The Committee 
recommends $900,000,000 for the Commanders Emergency Response 
Program [CERP] in fiscal year 2011, the amount recommended in 
the National Defense Authorization Act as reported in the 
Senate. Included in this amount is $800,000,000 for CERP in 
Afghanistan and $100,000,000 for CERP in Iraq.
    The Committee directs the Army to submit monthly 
commitment, obligation, and expenditure data for CERP in Iraq 
and Afghanistan to the congressional defense committees no 
later than 30 days after each month.
    CERP Projects.--The Committee includes new language in the 
Commander's Emergency Response Program [CERP] general provision 
that requires all projects executed under this authority shall 
be small scale, and shall not exceed $20,000,000 in cost 
(including any ancillary or related elements in connection with 
such project). The Committee believes it is necessary to alter 
current authorities because this program has been used and is 
being considered as a means to pay for large-scale 
reconstruction projects and other Department of Defense efforts 
that are outside the scope of the purpose of CERP. The proper 
role of the CERP program is to enable commanders in the field 
to respond to urgent, small scale, humanitarian relief projects 
that provide an immediate benefit to the local population and 
the coalition troops serving in the area. The program was not 
designed to fund large-scale reconstruction projects that are 
the responsibility of the Department of State and the U.S. 
Agency for International Development. This provision also 
prohibits spending funds on projects that are identified 
separately but are clearly related to other projects and 
collectively exceed the $20,000,000 threshold.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $8,211,119,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   8,946,634,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,988,724,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,988,724,000. This is $42,090,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 1A1A Mission and            1,839,918       1,839,918  ..............
       Other Flight
       Operations
 1A2A Fleet Air                  3,453           3,453  ..............
       Training
 1A3A Aviation                   1,400           1,400  ..............
       Technical Data
       & Engineering
       Services
 1A4A Air Operations            26,837          26,837  ..............
       and Safety
       Support
 1A4N Air Systems               44,567          44,567  ..............
       Support
 1A5A Aircraft Depot           233,114         293,114         +60,000
       Maintenance
          Aircraft      ..............  ..............         +60,000
           Depot
           Maintenance
           Increase
 1B1B Mission and            1,151,465       1,151,465  ..............
       Other Ship
       Operations
 1B2B Ship Operations           27,472          27,472  ..............
       Support &
       Training
 1B4B Ship Depot             1,266,556       1,296,556         +30,000
       Maintenance
          Ship Depot    ..............  ..............         +30,000
           Maintenance
           Increase
 1C1C Combat                    38,468          38,468  ..............
       Communications
 1C4C Warfare Tactics           82,801          32,801         -50,000
          Navy          ..............  ..............         -50,000
           Identified
           Excess to
           Requirement
           for CENTCOM
           Operations
 1C5C Operational               24,855          24,855  ..............
       Meteorology and
       Oceanography
 1C6C Combat Support         2,737,727       2,930,528        +192,801
       Forces
          Transfer      ..............  ..............        +192,801
           from Title
           II: Naval
           Expeditiona
           ry Combat
           Command
           Increases
 1C7C Equipment                  3,677           3,677  ..............
       Maintenance
 1CCH Combatant                  7,000           7,000  ..............
       Commanders Core
       Operations
 1CCM Combatant                  7,455           7,455  ..............
       Commanders
       Direct Mission
       Support
 1D3D In-Service                99,118         100,118          +1,000
       Weapons Systems
       Support
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +1,000
           from
           JIEDDO:
           CREW-SSM
           Universal
           Test Set
 1D4D Weapons                   82,519          82,519  ..............
       Maintenance
 1D7D Other Weapon              16,938          16,938  ..............
       Systems Support
 BSIT Enterprise                10,350  ..............         -10,350
       Information
          ONE-NET       ..............  ..............         -10,350
           Baseline
           Budget
           Requirement
 BSM1 Sustainment,              28,250          49,250         +21,000
       Restoration and
       Modernization
          Continuing    ..............  ..............         +21,000
           Operations
           at
           Guantanamo
           Bay--Transf
           er From
           Overseas
           Contingency
           Operations
           Transfer
           Fund
 BSS1 Base Operating           381,749         436,249         +54,500
       Support
          Continuing    ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Operations
           at
           Guantanamo
           Bay--Transf
           er From
           Overseas
           Contingency
           Operations
           Transfer
           Fund
          Transfer      ..............  ..............            +500
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Counter
           Bomber
          Transfer      ..............  ..............         +50,000
           from Title
           II:
           Regional/
           Emergency
           Operations
           Center
 2A1F Ship                      27,300          27,300  ..............
       Prepositioning
       and Surge
 2C1H Expeditionary              4,400           4,400  ..............
       Health Services
       Systems
 2C3H Coast Guard              254,461  ..............        -254,461
       Support
          Transfer to   ..............  ..............        -254,461
           Department
           of Homeland
           Security
 3B1K Specialized               81,454          84,454          +3,000
       Skill Training
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +3,000
           from Title
           II: NAVSEA
           VSSS/EOD
           Training
 3B4K Training Support           5,400  ..............          -5,400
          Training      ..............  ..............          -5,400
           Support
           Baseline
           Budget
           Requirement
 4A1M Administration             4,265           4,265  ..............
 4A2M External                     467             467  ..............
       Relations
 4A3M Civilian                     450             450  ..............
       Manpower and
       Personnel
       Management
 4A4M Military                  11,214          11,214  ..............
       Manpower and
       Personnel
       Management
 4A5M Other Personnel            2,706           2,706  ..............
       Support
 4A6M Servicewide               28,671          28,671  ..............
       Communications
 4B1N Servicewide              300,868         300,868  ..............
       Transportation
 4B3N Acquisition and            6,091           6,091  ..............
       Program
       Management
 4B7N Space and                  2,153           2,153  ..............
       Electronic
       Warfare Systems
 4C1P Naval                     78,464          78,464  ..............
       Investigative
       Service
 9999 Classified                22,581          22,581  ..............
       Programs
                       -------------------------------------------------
            Total,           8,946,634       8,988,724         +42,090
             Operation
             and
             Maintenan
             ce, Navy
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $4,259,584,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   4,136,522,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,050,822,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,050,822,000. This is $85,700,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 1A1A Operational            2,448,572       2,360,372         -88,200
       Forces
          Marine Corps  ..............  ..............         -71,500
           Identified
           Excess to
           Requirement
           for Cargo
           UAS
          Marine Corps  ..............  ..............         -12,100
           Requested
           Transfer to
           RDTE,N for
           Cargo UAS
          Marine Corps  ..............  ..............          -4,600
           Requested
           Transfer to
           OPN for AM-
           2 Matting
 1A2A Field Logistics          514,748         517,248          +2,500
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +1,000
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Counter
           Bomber
          Transfer      ..............  ..............          +1,000
           from
           JIEDDO:
           CREW-SSM
           Universal
           Test Set
          Transfer      ..............  ..............            +500
           from
           JIEDDO:
           Subtle
           Magnetic
           Anomaly
           Detection
           Network
           Systems
 1A3A Depot                    523,250         523,250  ..............
       Maintenance
 1B1B Maritime                   7,808           7,808  ..............
       Prepositioning
 BSS1 Base Operating            55,301          55,301  ..............
       Support
 3B4D Training Support         223,071         223,071  ..............
 4A3G Servicewide              360,000         360,000  ..............
       Transportation
 4A4G Administration             3,772           3,772  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
            Total,           4,136,522       4,050,822         -85,700
             Operation
             and
             Maintenan
             ce,
             Marine
             Corps
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $13,051,414,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  13,487,283,000
Committee recommendation................................  13,427,283,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$13,427,283,000. This is $60,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2011 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 011A Primary Combat         1,896,647       1,896,647  ..............
       Forces
 011C Combat                 1,954,759       1,954,759  ..............
       Enhancement
       Forces
 011D Air Operations           113,948         113,948  ..............
       Training (OJT,
       Maintain
       Skills)
 011M Depot                    297,623         437,623        +140,000
       Maintenance
          Weapons       ..............  ..............        +140,000
           System
           Sustainment
 011R Facilities               704,463         504,463        -200,000
       Sustainment,
       Restoration &
       Modernization
          Unjustified   ..............  ..............        -200,000
           Growth From
           Fiscal Year
           2010
           Baseline
 011Z Base Support           1,780,052       1,780,052  ..............
 012A Global C3I and           128,632         128,632  ..............
       Early Warning
 012C Other Combat Ops         397,894         397,894  ..............
       Spt Programs
 013A Launch                    28,975          28,975  ..............
       Facilities
 013C Space Control             34,091          34,091  ..............
       Systems
 015A Combatant                127,861         127,861  ..............
       Commanders
       Direct Mission
       Support
 021A Airlift                4,403,800       4,403,800  ..............
       Operations
 021D Mobilization             240,394         240,394  ..............
       Preparedness
 021M Depot                    217,023         217,023  ..............
       Maintenance
 021R Facilities                20,360          20,360  ..............
       Sustainment,
       Restoration &
       Modernization
 021Z Base Support              57,362          57,362  ..............
 031R Facilities                 1,948           1,948  ..............
       Sustainment,
       Restoration &
       Modernization
 031Z Base Support               6,088           6,088  ..............
 032A Specialized               45,893          45,893  ..............
       Skill Training
 032B Flight Training           20,277          20,277  ..............
 032C Professional               1,500           1,500  ..............
       Development
       Education
 032D Training Support           1,820           1,820  ..............
 041A Logistics                292,030         292,030  ..............
       Operations
 041R Facilities                10,500          10,500  ..............
       Sustainment,
       Restoration &
       Modernization
 041Z Base Support              31,985          31,985  ..............
 042A Administration             5,438           5,438  ..............
 042B Servicewide              247,149         247,149  ..............
       Communications
 042G Other                    113,082         113,082  ..............
       Servicewide
       Activities
 043A Security                 305,689         305,689  ..............
       Programs
                       -------------------------------------------------
            Total,          13,487,283      13,427,283         -60,000
             Operation
             and
             Maintenan
             ce, Air
             Force
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