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                                                       Calendar No. 593
108th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 2d Session                                                     108-284

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            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2005

                                _______
                                

                 June 24, 2004.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                              R E P O R T

                         [To accompany S. 2559]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 2559) 
making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2005, and for other purposes, 
reports favorably thereon and recommends that the bill do pass.



New obligational authority

Total of bill as reported to Senate.....................$416,153,400,000
Total of 2005 budget estimate........................... 417,807,305,000
Amount of fiscal year 2004 enacted with supplementals... 431,541,115,000
The bill as reported to the Senate:
    Below fiscal year 2005 budget estimate..............   1,653,905,000
    Below enacted appropriations for fiscal year 2004...  15,387,715,000


                            C O N T E N T S

                              ----------                              
Background:
                                                                   Page
    Purpose of the Bill..........................................     4
    Hearings.....................................................     4
    Summary of the Bill..........................................     4
Title I:
    Military Personnel:
        Military Personnel Overview..............................     9
        Military Personnel, Army.................................    11
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................    13
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................    14
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................    16
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................    17
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................    18
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................    19
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................    20
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................    21
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................    22
Title II:
    Operation and Maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance Overview.......................    24
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................    25
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................    27
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................    31
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................    32
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................    35
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................    38
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................    39
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........    40
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............    41
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........    41
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............    43
        Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account.........    44
        U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces...............    44
        Environmental Restoration, Army..........................    44
        Environmental Restoration, Navy..........................    44
        Environmental Restoration, Air Force.....................    44
        Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..................    44
        Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...    44
        Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...........    45
        Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction.....................    45
Title III:
    Procurement:
        Procurement Overview.....................................    47
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................    47
        Missile Procurement, Army................................    51
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.    54
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................    57
        Other Procurement, Army..................................    61
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................    70
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................    75
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........    78
        Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy........................    81
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................    83
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................    93
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   100
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   106
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   109
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   111
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   117
        National Guard and Reserve Equipment.....................   122
        Defense Production Act Purchases.........................   126
Title IV:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   130
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   147
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   158
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-wide.   170
        Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.................   181
Title V:
    Revolving and Management Funds:
        Defense Working Capital Funds............................   183
        National Defense Sealift Fund............................   183
Title VI:
    Other Department of Defense Programs:
        Defense Health Program...................................   184
        Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army..........   189
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   190
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   190
Title VII:
    Related Agencies:
        Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability 
          System 
          Fund...................................................   191
        Intelligence Community Management Account................   191
        National Security Education Trust Fund...................   191
Title VIII: General Provisions...................................   193
Title IX:
    Contingent Emergency Reserve Fund:
        Iraq Freedom Fund........................................   199
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI, of the Standing Rules of 
  the Sen- 
  ate............................................................   206
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI, of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................   206
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI, of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   206

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2004, 
through September 30, 2005. 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 1, 2004, and concluded them on June 2, 2004, after 
eleven 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 $416,153,400,000 pays for 
the on-going programs of the Department of Defense and to 
transform the military for the new century.
    The fiscal year 2005 budget request for activities funded 
in the Department of Defense Appropriations bill totals 
$417,807,305,000 in new budget authority. This amount includes 
$392,824,305,000 requested in February, and $25,000,000,000 
requested in a budget amendment requested in May of this year.

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The following table displays the recommendations for each 
title:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Fiscal year 2004  Fiscal year 2005      Committee
                                                                enacted           estimate       recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I--Military Personnel..............................        98,453,681        104,811,558       103,869,413
Title II--Operation and Maintenance......................       115,914,877        121,874,589       121,410,132
Title III--Procurement...................................        74,656,047         74,662,317        76,466,514
Title IV--Research, development, test and evaluation.....        65,217,884         67,772,288        68,768,845
Title V--Revolving and management funds..................         2,707,969          2,955,138         2,127,822
Title VI--Other Department of Defense programs...........        18,228,339         20,109,660        20,592,160
Title VII--Related agencies..............................           427,943            551,755           566,755
Title VIII--General provisions (net).....................        -6,912,179             70,000        -2,648,241
Title IX--Contingent Emergency Reserve Fund..............  .................        25,000,000        25,000,000
                                                          ------------------------------------------------------
      Grand total........................................       368,694,561        417,807,305       416,153,400
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     CLASSIFIED PROGRAM ADJUSTMENTS

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

                                            BUDGETARY IMPACT OF BILL
  PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE PURSUANT TO SEC. 308(a), PUBLIC LAW 93-344, AS
                                                     AMENDED
                                            [In millions of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                  Budget authority               Outlays
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                               Committee    Amount  of   Committee    Amount  of
                                                               allocation      bill      allocation      bill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations
 to its subcommittees of amounts in the Budget Resolution
 for 2005: Subcommittee on Defense:
    Discretionary...........................................           NA      383,773           NA  \1\ 401,546
    Mandatory...............................................           NA          239           NA      \1\ 239
Projection of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2004....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       \2\ 20
    2005....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........      278,403
    2006....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       85,353
    2007....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       23,743
    2008....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        8,013
    2009 and future years...................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        5,558
Financial assistance to State and local governments for                NA  ...........           NA  ...........
 2005.......................................................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\ Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
 NA: Not applicable.

                           FUNDING WITHHOLDS

    The Committee remains concerned with the department-wide 
practice of withholding appropriated funds as a mechanism for 
providing flexibility in managing the procurement and research 
and development accounts. As requested in the conference report 
to the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2004, the 
conferees requested that the General Accounting Office [GAO] 
initiate a review of the Department's practices with regard to 
withholds. GAO determined that funds are withheld to fund 
laboratory overhead costs, redirected to other programs for 
emerging requirements, and, in some cases, used to initiate new 
start programs without the notification or approval of 
Congress. It appears that the Department has limited oversight 
and no standardized Departmental policy for managing withholds 
and that the Services' have limited visibility into how 
withholds are assessed and managed at lower echelon commands. 
In addition, the preliminary GAO findings indicate that 
statutory withhold such as Small Business Innovative Research 
are not uniformly applied to all programs.
    The Committee is greatly concerned by evidence indicating 
that program managers within the Department routinely inflate 
budget estimates in anticipation of incurring withholds during 
the year of execution. This practice by the Department obscures 
the actual cost of programs and diminishes the Committee's 
ability to fulfill its oversight responsibility.
    The Committee is also aware of the Departmental practice 
that allows programs to ``borrow'' funds from one another with 
the understanding that they will be reimbursed in future years. 
The Committee has found several examples where funding requests 
to the Congress were purposefully inflated to cover outstanding 
reimbursements owed to other programs, the most egregious of 
which is where the budget request in its entirety is sought for 
this purpose.
    In order to provide greater oversight and compliance with 
congressional intent, the Committee directs that statutory 
withholds such as those for Small Business Innovative Research 
shall be applied uniformly to each program element, project and 
activity within an account. The Committee further directs that 
funds shall not be withheld from congressional interest items 
to pay for service laboratory overhead. Finally, the Committee 
directs that funds shall not be budgeted for non-statutory 
withholds, nor shall funds be budgeted within a program or 
activity for reimbursement to other programs as a repayment for 
funds transferred to a program in a prior fiscal year.
    With regard to new start programs, the Committee finds that 
the Department is not abiding by section 8103 of Public Law 
108-87 that prohibits the use of funds provided to initiate a 
new start program without notification of the congressional 
defense committees. The Committee reminds the Department and 
its officers that a violation of this section is a violation of 
section 1341 of title 31, United States Code, a provision of 
law formerly known as the Antideficiency Act. Anyone who 
violates that law is subject to criminal penalties; violations 
of all associated provisions of law require investigation and 
reporting to Congress. The Committee recommends strengthening 
the provision to now require written notification 30 days prior 
to the initiation of any new start program and expects the 
Department to strictly adhere to the provision.

                                TITLE I

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required for basic pay, retired pay accrual, Medicare eligible 
retiree health care accrual, employer's contribution for Social 
Security taxes, basic allowance for housing, basic allowance 
for subsistence, special and incentive pays, permanent change 
of station travel, and other personnel costs for uniformed 
members of the Armed Forces.
    The President's fiscal year 2005 budget requests a total of 
$104,811,558,000 for military personnel appropriations. This 
request funds an Active component end strength of 1,383,000 and 
a Reserve component end strength of 860,900.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations 
totaling $103,869,413,000 for fiscal year 2005. This is 
$942,145,000 below the budget estimate.
    The Committee recommends funding an Active component end 
strength of 1,403,000 for fiscal year 2005, an increase of 
20,000 above the budget estimate. The Committee recommends 
funding a Reserve component end strength of 860,900 for fiscal 
year 2005, the same as the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for 
fiscal year 2005 are summarized below:

                                  SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel:
    Army........................................................      29,723,472      29,457,797        -265,675
    Navy........................................................      24,459,957      24,330,171        -129,786
    Marine Corps................................................       9,595,902       9,567,768         -28,134
    Air Force...................................................      24,510,811      24,165,011        -345,800
Reserve Personnel:
    Army........................................................       3,733,590       3,675,390         -58,200
    Navy........................................................       2,171,632       2,132,432         -39,200
    Marine Corps................................................         654,973         624,973         -30,000
    Air Force...................................................       1,464,050       1,458,650          -5,400
National Guard Personnel:
    Army........................................................       5,950,729       5,913,329         -37,400
    Air Force...................................................       2,546,442       2,543,892          -2,550
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     104,811,558     103,869,413        -942,145
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end-strengths for fiscal year 2005 
are summarized below:

                                            RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active:
    Army........................................................         482,400         502,400         +20,000
    Navy........................................................         365,900         365,900  ..............
    Marine Corps................................................         175,000         175,000  ..............
    Air Force...................................................         359,700         359,700  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................       1,383,000       1,403,000         +20,000
                                                                 ===============================================
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve................................................         205,000         205,000  ..............
    Navy Reserve................................................          83,400          83,400  ..............
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................          39,600          39,600  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................          76,100          76,100  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................         350,000         350,000  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................         106,800         106,800  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................         860,900         860,900  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total.....................................................       2,243,900       2,263,900         +20,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end-strengths for full-time support 
of the Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2005 are summarized 
below:

                                RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                 2005 budget      Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army Reserve...................................................          14,970          14,970   ..............
Navy Reserve...................................................          14,152          14,152   ..............
Marine Corps Reserve...........................................           2,261           2,261   ..............
Air Force Reserve..............................................           1,900           1,900   ..............
Army National Guard............................................          26,476          26,602             +126
Air National Guard.............................................          12,225          12,253              +28
                                                                ------------------------------------------------
      Total....................................................          71,984          72,138             +154
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                  RECOMMENDED MILITARY TECHNICIANS END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dual Status (minimum levels):
    Army Reserve................................................           7,299           7,299  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................           9,954           9,954  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................          25,076          25,076  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................          22,956          22,956  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................          65,285          65,285  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Non Dual Status (numerical limits):
    Army Reserve................................................             795             795  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................              90              90  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................           1,600           1,600  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................             350             350  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................           2,835           2,835  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Total:
    Army Reserve................................................           8,094           8,094  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................          10,044          10,044  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................          26,676          26,676  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................          23,306          23,306  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................          68,120          68,120  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Military Personnel Overview

    The Committee notes that the fiscal year 2005 budget 
estimate represents a significant increase in the military 
personnel accounts. The fiscal year 2005 military personnel 
budget estimate is $5,867,293,000 above the fiscal year 2004 
estimate. Major initiatives include:
    Across-the-Board Pay Raise.--The budget estimate proposes 
and the Senate reported version of the fiscal year 2005 
National Defense Authorization Bill authorizes a 3.5 percent 
across-the-board pay raise for military personnel. The 
Committee supports this pay raise.
    Reduced Out-of-Pocket Housing Costs.--The budget estimate 
includes funds to eliminate the out-of-pocket housing cost for 
military members. The increase in Basic Allowance for Housing 
funding reduces a service member's average out-of-pocket 
housing expense from the current 3.5 percent to zero in fiscal 
year 2005. The Committee supports the requested funding which 
should eliminate the average out-of-pocket expense by the end 
of fiscal year 2005.
    Active Component End Strength.--The Committee supports the 
President's budget request for a decrease of 7,900 to Navy 
active end strength and an increase of 400 to Air Force active 
end strength. In addition, the Committee recommends an increase 
of 20,000 to Army end strength as authorized in S. 2400, the 
National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2005. 
Consistent with this legislation, the Committee provides 
funding for additional Army end strength in a contingent 
emergency reserve fund under Title IX of this bill.
    Reserve Component End Strength.--The Committee supports the 
President's budget request for a decrease of 2,500 to Navy 
Reserve end strength, an increase of 300 to Air Force Reserve 
end strength, and a decrease of 230 to Air National Guard end 
strength.

               PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION [PCS] FUNDING

    The Navy and Marine Corps budget estimates include 
$835,050,000 and $337,858,000, respectively, for Permanent 
Change of Station [PCS] funding. Collectively, this is 
$150,553,000, or 14.7 percent, above amounts provided in the 
fiscal year 2004 Defense Appropriations Act (Public Law 108-
87). In contrast, the Army and Air Force request modest PCS 
funding increases of 3.4 and 1.2 percent, respectively. The 
Committee considers the PCS cost growth in the Navy and Marine 
Corps accounts excessive and recommends a 3.5 percent increase. 
As a result, the Committee reduces the Navy request by 
$86,636,000 and the Marine Corps request by $28,134,000.

                     SELECTIVE REENLISTMENT BONUSES

    On April 30, 2004, the Air Force cut the number of 
specialty codes eligible for selective reenlistment bonuses 
from 146 to 62. The Air Force implemented these reductions in 
an effort to lower its manning level which is more than 20,000 
above authorized end strength. The initiative is expected to 
reduce the fiscal year 2005 selective reenlistment bonus 
funding requirement for the Air Force by $82,000,000. The 
Committee, therefore, reduces the budget request by this 
amount.
    The Navy request includes $362,486,000 for selective 
reenlistments bonuses in fiscal year 2005. This estimate 
includes 356 more initial selective reenlistment bonus payments 
than were provided to sailors in fiscal year 2004. The 
Committee considers the proposed selective reenlistment bonus 
growth in this account unnecessary when overall retention rates 
are high, other pay and benefits for sailors are increasing 
overall, and the Navy plans to reduce its manpower by 7,900 
personnel in fiscal year 2005. As a result, the Committee 
reduces the Navy request by $12,000,000.

                          UNEXPENDED BALANCES

    As part of an annual budget review, the General Accounting 
Office [GAO] identifies prior year unobligated and unexpended 
funds in the ``Military Personnel'' accounts. Over the past 
several years, this review has demonstrated a pattern by the 
Services' of underspending their military personnel 
appropriations. As a result, GAO believes the fiscal year 2005 
budget request is overstated. The Committee, therefore, 
recommends a reduction of $375,000,000 to the budget estimate, 
distributed as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                        Account                           recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel, Army...............................         -178,000
Military Personnel, Navy...............................          -25,000
Military Personnel, Air Force..........................         -172,000
                                                        ----------------
      Total adjustments................................         -375,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                         AIR FORCE END STRENGTH

    The Committee is deeply concerned the Air Force is more 
than 20,000 personnel above authorized end strength. In 
comparison, the Army and Marine Corps are over authorized end 
strength by 13,000 and 600, respectively. While encouraged by 
steps the Air Force is taking to reduce manpower, the Committee 
considers it necessary that the Air Force implement an 
expeditious and responsible plan to return to authorized end 
strength by the end of fiscal year 2005. To continue funding 
this additional manpower in future supplemental requests is not 
a fair investment for the American taxpayer when major 
investments are needed to sustain ground operations in Iraq, 
Afghanistan, and other areas around the world. The Committee, 
therefore, directs the Secretary of the Air Force to submit a 
detailed plan, which includes timelines and goals, for how the 
service will return to authorized strength by the end of fiscal 
year 2005. This plan is to be submitted to the congressional 
defense committees no later than October 15, 2004.

 MEDICAL/DENTAL CARE AND DISABILITY BENEFITS FOR CADETS AND MIDSHIPMEN

    The Committee supports enhanced benefits for cadets and 
midshipmen at the services academies, as included in S. 2400, 
National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2005. If 
this provision is enacted, the Committee directs the Department 
to fund the enhanced medical and dental care and disability 
benefits within amounts provided in this bill.

                       NATO MISSION SUPPORT COSTS

    The budget estimate includes funds to support a full fiscal 
year of NATO peacekeeping efforts in Bosnia. This mission and 
current operations, however, are expected to be complete by 
December 2004. At that time, NATO Forces will be replaced by a 
police force under European Union [EU] control. Due to this 
planned mission transfer, the Committee revises the budget 
estimates for military personnel and operation and maintenance 
to reflect end of operations by December 2004.

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $28,247,667,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  29,723,472,000
Committee recommendation................................  29,457,797,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$29,457,797,000. This is $265,675,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
          MILITARY
      PERSONNEL, ARMY
      ACTIVITY 1: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF OFFICERS:
   5     BASIC PAY           4,587,538       4,587,538  ..............
  10     RETIRED PAY         1,261,573       1,261,573  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  15     DEFENSE               426,390         426,390  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  25     BASIC               1,019,189       1,019,189  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  30     BASIC                 173,278         173,278  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
  35     INCENTIVE              99,608          99,608  ..............
          PAYS
  40     SPECIAL PAYS          211,637         211,637  ..............
  45     ALLOWANCES             78,958          78,958  ..............
  50     SEPARATION             73,427          73,427  ..............
          PAY
  55     SOCIAL                344,712         344,712  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            8,276,310       8,276,310  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1
      ACTIVITY 2: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
  60     BASIC PAY           9,914,330       9,914,330  ..............
  65     RETIRED PAY         2,726,441       2,726,441  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  70     DEFENSE             2,175,161       2,175,161  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  80     BASIC               2,322,693       2,322,693  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  85     INCENTIVE              72,293          72,293  ..............
          PAYS
  90     SPECIAL PAYS          452,955         452,955  ..............
  95     ALLOWANCES            474,907         474,907  ..............
 100     SEPARATION            287,296         287,296  ..............
          PAY
 105     SOCIAL                753,051         753,051  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,           19,179,127      19,179,127  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2
      ACTIVITY 3: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      CADETS:
 110     ACADEMY                50,969          50,969  ..............
          CADETS
      ACTIVITY 4:
      SUBSISTENCE OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
 115     BASIC                 805,410         805,410  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
 120     SUBSISTENCE-          520,687         520,687  ..............
          IN-KIND
 121     FAMILY                  1,537           1,537  ..............
          SUBSISTENCE
          SUPPLEMENTAL
          ALLOWANCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,327,634       1,327,634  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4
      ACTIVITY 5:
      PERMANENT CHANGE
      OF STATION:
 125     ACCESSION             195,971         195,971  ..............
          TRAVEL
 130     TRAINING               53,235          53,235  ..............
          TRAVEL
 135     OPERATIONAL           177,814         177,814  ..............
          TRAVEL
 140     ROTATIONAL            438,795         438,795  ..............
          TRAVEL
 145     SEPARATION            154,083         154,083  ..............
          TRAVEL
 150     TRAVEL OF               3,492           3,492  ..............
          ORGANIZED
          UNITS
 155     NON-TEMPORARY          31,387          31,387  ..............
          STORAGE
 160     TEMPORARY              20,456          20,456  ..............
          LODGING
          EXPENSE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,075,233       1,075,233  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 5
      ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY PERS
      COSTS:
 170     APPREHENSION              615             615  ..............
          OF MILITARY
          DESERTERS
 175     INTEREST ON               202             202  ..............
          UNIFORMED
          SERVICES
          SAVINGS
 180     DEATH                   6,768           6,768  ..............
          GRATUITIES
 185     UNEMPLOYMENT           78,595          78,595  ..............
          BENEFITS
 190     SURVIVOR                4,098           4,098  ..............
          BENEFITS
 195     EDUCATION               4,268           4,268  ..............
          BENEFITS
 200     ADOPTION                  248             248  ..............
          EXPENSES
 210     TRANSPORTATIO           4,365           4,365  ..............
          N SUBSIDY
 215     PARTIAL                 2,500           2,500  ..............
          DISLOCATION
          ALLOWANCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              101,659         101,659  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 6
  215 LESS                     ^287,460        ^287,460  ..............
      REIMBURSABLES
 240 NATO MISSION       ..............         ^87,675         ^87,675
      SUPPORT COSTS
 245 GAO UNEXPENDED     ..............        ^178,000        ^178,000
      BALANCES
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           29,723,472      29,457,797        ^265,675
            MILITARY
            PERSONNEL,
            ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 240 NATO Mission Support Costs                                -87,675
 245 GAO Unexpended Balances                                  -178,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -265,675
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $23,217,298,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  24,459,957,000
Committee recommendation................................  24,330,171,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$24,330,171,000. This is $129,786,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
          MILITARY
      PERSONNEL, NAVY
      ACTIVITY 1: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF OFFICERS:
   5     BASIC PAY           3,160,423       3,160,423  ..............
  10     RETIRED PAY           869,116         869,116  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  15     DEFENSE               289,527         289,527  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  25     BASIC                 915,574         915,574  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  30     BASIC                 116,645         116,645  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
  35     INCENTIVE             205,214         205,214  ..............
          PAYS
  40     SPECIAL PAYS          267,224         267,224  ..............
  45     ALLOWANCES             77,403          77,403  ..............
  50     SEPARATION             26,518          26,518  ..............
          PAY
  55     SOCIAL                240,344         240,344  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            6,167,988       6,167,988  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1
      ACTIVITY 2: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
  60     BASIC PAY           8,016,715       8,016,715  ..............
  65     RETIRED PAY         2,204,596       2,204,596  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  70     DEFENSE             1,686,914       1,686,914  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  80     BASIC               2,555,677       2,555,677  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  85     INCENTIVE             110,276         110,276  ..............
          PAYS
  90     SPECIAL PAYS          870,069         858,069         ^12,000
  95     ALLOWANCES            448,187         448,187  ..............
 100     SEPARATION            165,017         165,017  ..............
          PAY
 105     SOCIAL                608,278         608,278  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,           16,665,729      16,653,729         ^12,000
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2
      ACTIVITY 3: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      MIDSHIPMEN:
 110     MIDSHIPMEN             52,840          52,840  ..............
      ACTIVITY 4:
      SUBSISTENCE OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
 115     BASIC                 613,780         613,780  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
 120     SUBSISTENCE-          394,575         394,575  ..............
          IN-KIND
 121     FAMILY                    500             500  ..............
          SUBSISTENCE
          SUPPLEMENTAL
          ALLOWANCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,008,855       1,008,855  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4
      ACTIVITY 5:
      PERMANENT CHANGE
      OF STATION:
 125     ACCESSION              53,895          53,895  ..............
          TRAVEL
 130     TRAINING               77,715          77,715  ..............
          TRAVEL
 135     OPERATIONAL           212,056         212,056  ..............
          TRAVEL
 140     ROTATIONAL            330,555         330,555  ..............
          TRAVEL
 145     SEPARATION             96,996          96,996  ..............
          TRAVEL
 150     TRAVEL OF              29,934          29,934  ..............
          ORGANIZED
          UNITS
 155     NON-TEMPORARY          12,151          12,151  ..............
          STORAGE
 160     TEMPORARY              14,126          14,126  ..............
          LODGING
          EXPENSE
 165     OTHER                   7,622           7,622  ..............
 167     PERMANENT      ..............         ^86,636         ^86,636
          CHANGE OF
          STATION
          REDUCTION
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              835,050         748,414         ^86,636
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 5
      ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY
      PERSONNEL COSTS:
 170     APPREHENSION              825             825  ..............
          OF MILITARY
          DESERTERS
 175     INTEREST ON               209             209  ..............
          UNIFORMED
          SERVICES
          SAVINGS
 180     DEATH                   3,036           3,036  ..............
          GRATUITIES
 185     UNEMPLOYMENT           59,943          59,943  ..............
          BENEFITS
 190     SURVIVOR                1,721           1,721  ..............
          BENEFITS
 195     EDUCATION               1,370           1,370  ..............
          BENEFITS
 200     ADOPTION                  246             246  ..............
          EXPENSES
 210     TRANSPORTATIO           3,951           3,951  ..............
          N SUBSIDY
 215     OTHER                   2,200           2,200  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,               73,501          73,501  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 6
  215 LESS                     ^344,006        ^344,006  ..............
      REIMBURSABLES
 245 NATO MISSION       ..............          ^6,150          ^6,150
      SUPPORT COSTS
 250 GAO UNEXPENDED     ..............         ^25,000         ^25,000
      BALANCES
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           24,459,957      24,330,171        ^129,786
            MILITARY
            PERSONNEL,
            NAVY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  90 Selective Reenlistment Bonus                              -12,000
 167 Permanent Change of Station Reduction                     -86,636
 245 NATO Mission Support Costs                                 -6,150
 250 GAO Unexpended Balances                                   -25,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -129,786
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $8,971,897,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   9,595,902,000
Committee recommendation................................   9,567,768,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$9,567,768,000. This is $28,134,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
          MILITARY
     PERSONNEL, MARINE
           CORPS
      ACTIVITY 1: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF OFFICERS:
   5     BASIC PAY           1,079,187       1,079,187  ..............
  10     RETIRED PAY           296,778         296,778  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  15     DEFENSE               100,083         100,083  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  25     BASIC                 266,245         266,245  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  30     BASIC                  39,474          39,474  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
  35     INCENTIVE              47,368          47,368  ..............
          PAYS
  40     SPECIAL PAYS            3,680           3,680  ..............
  45     ALLOWANCES             22,819          22,819  ..............
  50     SEPARATION              9,351           9,351  ..............
          PAY
  55     SOCIAL                 82,558          82,558  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,947,543       1,947,543  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1
      ACTIVITY 2: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
  60     BASIC PAY           3,549,705       3,549,705  ..............
  65     RETIRED PAY           973,916         973,916  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  70     DEFENSE               835,058         835,058  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  80     BASIC                 787,328         787,328  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  85     INCENTIVE               8,360           8,360  ..............
          PAYS
  90     SPECIAL PAYS          117,855         117,855  ..............
  95     ALLOWANCES            172,769         172,769  ..............
 100     SEPARATION             66,804          66,804  ..............
          PAY
 105     SOCIAL                271,710         271,710  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            6,783,505       6,783,505  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2
      ACTIVITY 4:
      SUBSISTENCE OF
      ENLISTED
      PERSONNEL:
 115     BASIC                 281,739         281,739  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
 120     SUBSISTENCE-          222,529         222,529  ..............
          IN-KIND
 121     FAMILY                    750             750  ..............
          SUBSISTENCE
          SUPPLEMENTAL
          ALLOWANCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              505,018         505,018  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4
      ACTIVITY 5:
      PERMANENT CHANGE
      OF STATION:
 125     ACCESSION              39,988          39,988  ..............
          TRAVEL
 130     TRAINING                9,614           9,614  ..............
          TRAVEL
 135     OPERATIONAL            95,439          95,439  ..............
          TRAVEL
 140     ROTATIONAL            126,018         126,018  ..............
          TRAVEL
 145     SEPARATION             44,523          44,523  ..............
          TRAVEL
 150     TRAVEL OF               1,593           1,593  ..............
          ORGANIZED
          UNITS
 155     NON-TEMPORARY           5,403           5,403  ..............
          STORAGE
 160     TEMPORARY              12,723          12,723  ..............
          LODGING
          EXPENSE
 165     OTHER                   2,557           2,557  ..............
 167     PERMANENT      ..............         ^28,134         ^28,134
          CHANGE OF
          STATION
          REDUCTION
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              337,858         309,724         ^28,134
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 5
      ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY
      PERSONNEL COSTS:
 170     APPREHENSION            1,606           1,606  ..............
          OF MILITARY
          DESERTERS
 175     INTEREST ON                16              16  ..............
          UNIFORMED
          SERVICES
          SAVINGS
 180     DEATH                     984             984  ..............
          GRATUITIES
 185     UNEMPLOYMENT           44,216          44,216  ..............
          BENEFITS
 190     SURVIVOR                1,489           1,489  ..............
          BENEFITS
 195     EDUCATION               2,797           2,797  ..............
          BENEFITS
 200     ADOPTION                   82              82  ..............
          EXPENSES
 210     TRANSPORTATIO           1,047           1,047  ..............
          N SUBSIDY
 215     OTHER                     655             655  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,               52,892          52,892  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 6
  215 LESS                      ^30,914         ^30,914  ..............
      REIMBURSABLES
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,            9,595,902       9,567,768         ^28,134
            MILITARY
            PERSONNEL,
            MARINE
            CORPS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 167 Permanent Change of Station Reduction                     -28,134
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -28,134
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $22,910,868,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  24,510,811,000
Committee recommendation................................  24,165,011,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$24,165,011,000. This is $345,800,000 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
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
          MILITARY
       PERSONNEL, AIR
           FORCE
      ACTIVITY 1: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF OFFICERS:
   5     BASIC PAY           4,205,163       4,205,163  ..............
  10     RETIRED PAY         1,156,421       1,156,421  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  15     DEFENSE               374,546         374,546  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  25     BASIC                 976,064         976,064  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  30     BASIC                 153,282         153,282  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
  35     INCENTIVE             333,678         333,678  ..............
          PAYS
  40     SPECIAL PAYS          223,726         223,726  ..............
  45     ALLOWANCES             76,783          76,783  ..............
  50     SEPARATION             96,728          96,728  ..............
          PAY
  55     SOCIAL                319,659         319,659  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            7,916,050       7,916,050  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1
      ACTIVITY 2: PAY
      AND ALLOW OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
  60     BASIC PAY           7,685,649       7,685,649  ..............
  65     RETIRED PAY         2,113,554       2,113,554  ..............
          ACCRUAL
  70     DEFENSE             1,554,279       1,554,279  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
  80     BASIC               2,034,706       2,034,706  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR HOUSING
  85     INCENTIVE              34,889          34,889  ..............
          PAYS
  90     SPECIAL PAYS          403,043         321,043         ^82,000
  95     ALLOWANCES            452,134         452,134  ..............
 100     SEPARATION            109,767         109,767  ..............
          PAY
 105     SOCIAL                587,952         587,952  ..............
          SECURITY TAX
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,           14,975,973      14,893,973         ^82,000
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2
      ACTIVITY 3: PAY
      AND ALLOWANCES
      OF CADETS:
 110     ACADEMY                51,398          51,398  ..............
          CADETS
      ACTIVITY 4:
      SUBSISTENCE OF
      ENLISTED PERS:
 115     BASIC                 717,436         717,436  ..............
          ALLOWANCE
          FOR
          SUBSISTENCE
 120     SUBSISTENCE-          173,774         173,774  ..............
          IN-KIND
 121     FAMILY                  1,254           1,254  ..............
          SUBSISTENCE
          SUPPLEMENTAL
          ALLOWANCE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              892,464         892,464  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4
      ACTIVITY 5:
      PERMANENT CHANGE
      OF STATION:
 125     ACCESSION              88,253          88,253  ..............
          TRAVEL
 130     TRAINING               85,083          85,083  ..............
          TRAVEL
 135     OPERATIONAL           156,508         156,508  ..............
          TRAVEL
 140     ROTATIONAL            428,284         428,284  ..............
          TRAVEL
 145     SEPARATION            161,308         161,308  ..............
          TRAVEL
 150     TRAVEL OF               7,761           7,761  ..............
          ORGANIZED
          UNITS
 155     NON-TEMPORARY          28,009          28,009  ..............
          STORAGE
 160     TEMPORARY              34,306          34,306  ..............
          LODGING
          EXPENSE
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              989,512         989,512  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 5     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER
      MILITARY PERS
      COSTS:
 170     APPREHENSION              100             100  ..............
          OF MILITARY
          DESERTERS
 175     INTEREST ON               595             595  ..............
          UNIFORMED
          SERVICES
          SAVINGS
 180     DEATH                   2,964           2,964  ..............
          GRATUITIES
 185     UNEMPLOYMENT           29,044          29,044  ..............
          BENEFITS
 190     SURVIVOR                4,009           4,009  ..............
          BENEFITS
 195     EDUCATION               4,141           4,141  ..............
          BENEFITS
 200     ADOPTION                  800             800  ..............
          EXPENSES
 210     TRANSPORTATIO           9,481           9,481  ..............
          N SUBSIDY
 215     OTHER                  15,812          15,812  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,               66,946          66,946  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 6 
 215 LESS                     ^381,532        ^381,532  ..............
      REIMBURSABLES
 230 B-52 ATTRITION     ..............           3,700          +3,700
      RESERVE
 245 REDUCED            ..............         ^95,500         ^95,500
      ACCESSIONS
 250 GAO UNEXPENDED     ..............        ^172,000        ^172,000
      BALANCES
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,           24,510,811      24,165,011        ^345,800
            MILITARY
            PERSONNEL,
            AIR FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  90 Selective Reenlistment Bonus                              -82,000
 230 B-52 Attrition Reserve                                     +3,700
 245 Reduced Accessions                                        -95,500
 250 GAO Unexpended Balances                                  -172,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -345,800
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Reduced Accessions.--In an effort to reduce manpower, the 
Air Force plans to cut the number of accessions in fiscal year 
2005 by 11,000 people. As a result, approximately 24,000 new 
recruits will join the Air Force in fiscal year 2005 rather 
than 35,600 as planned in the budget estimate. Based on 
analysis conducted by the General Accounting Office [GAO], this 
action will result in significant cost avoidance savings in the 
Air Force military personnel budget. The Committee, therefore, 
reduces the Air Force's budget request by $95,500,000.

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $3,568,725,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   3,733,590,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,675,390,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,675,390,000. This is $58,200,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
          RESERVE
      PERSONNEL, ARMY     ACTIVITY 1: UNIT
      AND INDIVIDUAL
      TRAINING:
  10     PAY GROUP A           931,352         931,352  ..............
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  20     PAY GROUP B            43,414          43,414  ..............
          TRAINING
          (BACKFILL
          FOR ACT
          DUTY)
  30     PAY GROUP F           175,891         175,891  ..............
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  40     PAY GROUP P             7,010           7,010  ..............
          TRAINING
          (PIPELINE
          RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE               595,142         595,142  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,752,809       1,752,809  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER
      TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT:
  60     MOBILIZATION           17,559          17,559  ..............
          TRAINING
  70     SCHOOL                132,965         132,965  ..............
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL               166,698         166,698  ..............
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO       1,358,184       1,358,184  ..............
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION              40,751          40,751  ..............
          BENEFITS
 110     ROTC--SENIOR,         121,549         121,549  ..............
          JUNIOR
 120     HEALTH                 40,769          40,769  ..............
          PROFESSION
          SCHOLARSHIP
 125     DEFENSE                77,971          77,971  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
 130     OTHER                  24,335          24,335  ..............
          PROGRAMS
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,980,781       1,980,781  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2 
 145 RESERVES COST      ..............         ^58,200         ^58,200
      AVOIDANCE
                       =================================================
           TOTAL             3,733,590       3,675,390         ^58,200
            RESERVE
            PERSONNEL,
            ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 145 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                   -58,200
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -58,200
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $2,002,727,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   2,171,632,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,132,432,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,132,432,000. This is $39,200,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
          RESERVE
      PERSONNEL, NAVY     ACTIVITY 1: UNIT
      AND INDIVIDUAL
      TRAINING:
  10     PAY GROUP A           716,763         716,763  ..............
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  20     PAY GROUP B             4,670           4,670  ..............
          TRAINING
          (BACKFILL
          FOR ACT
          DUTY)
  30     PAY GROUP F             2,555           2,555  ..............
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE               221,457         221,457  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              945,445         945,445  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER
      TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT:
  60     MOBILIZATION            6,789           6,789  ..............
          TRAINING
  70     SCHOOL                 23,182          23,182  ..............
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL                63,527          65,527          +2,000
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO         982,747         982,747  ..............
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION                 873             873  ..............
          BENEFITS
 110     ROTC--SENIOR,          37,712          37,712  ..............
          JUNIOR
 120     HEALTH                 34,405          34,405  ..............
          PROFESSION
          SCHOLARSHIP
 125     DEFENSE                76,952          76,952  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,226,187       1,228,187          +2,000
            BUDGET
          ACTIVITY 2 
 140 RESERVES COST      ..............         ^41,200         ^41,200
      AVOIDANCE
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,            2,171,632       2,132,432         ^39,200
            RESERVE
            PERSONNEL,
            NAVY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  80 Gulf Coast Littoral Surveillance System                    +2,000
 140 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                   -41,200
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -39,200
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $571,444,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     654,973,000
Committee recommendation................................     624,973,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $624,973,000. 
This is $30,000,000 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
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
          RESERVE
     PERSONNEL, MARINE
           CORPS     ACTIVITY 1: UNIT
      AND INDIVIDUAL
      TRAINING:
  10     PAY GROUP A           185,661         185,661  ..............
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  20     PAY GROUP B            21,184          21,184  ..............
          TRAINING
          (BACKFILL
          FOR ACT
          DUTY)
  30     PAY GROUP F            77,011          77,011  ..............
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  40     PAY GROUP P               187             187  ..............
          TRAINING
          (PIPELINE
          RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE               116,658         116,658  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              400,701         400,701  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER
      TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT:
  60     MOBILIZATION            2,403           2,403  ..............
          TRAINING
  70     SCHOOL                 11,450          11,450  ..............
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL                34,891          34,891  ..............
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO         157,640         157,640  ..............
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION              17,821          17,821  ..............
          BENEFITS
 110     ROTC--SENIOR,           5,213           5,213  ..............
          JUNIOR
 125     DEFENSE                12,289          12,289  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
 130     OTHER                  12,565          12,565  ..............
          PROGRAMS
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              254,272         254,272  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2 
 140 RESERVES COST      ..............         ^30,000         ^30,000
      AVOIDANCE
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,              654,973         624,973         ^30,000
            RESERVE
            PERSONNEL,
            MARINE
            CORPS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 140 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                   -30,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -30,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,288,088,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,464,050,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,458,650,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,458,650,000. This is $5,400,000 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
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
          RESERVE
       PERSONNEL, AIR
           FORCE     ACTIVITY 1: UNIT
      AND INDIVIDUAL
      TRAINING:
  10     PAY GROUP A           500,780         500,780  ..............
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  20     PAY GROUP B            97,025          97,025  ..............
          TRAINING
          (BACKFILL
          FOR ACT
          DUTY)
  30     PAY GROUP F            37,304          37,304  ..............
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  40     PAY GROUP P               113             113  ..............
          TRAINING
          (PIPELINE
          RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE               233,399         233,399  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              868,621         868,621  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER
      TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT:
  60     MOBILIZATION            1,800           1,800  ..............
          TRAINING
  70     SCHOOL                 92,858          92,858  ..............
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL               178,366         178,366  ..............
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO         172,866         172,866  ..............
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION              13,500          13,500  ..............
          BENEFITS
 110     ROTC--SENIOR,          83,111          83,111  ..............
          JUNIOR
 120     HEALTH                 29,269          29,269  ..............
          PROFESSION
          SCHOLARSHIP
 125     DEFENSE                 9,597           9,597  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
 130     OTHER                  14,062          14,062  ..............
          PROGRAMS
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              595,429         595,429  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2 
 140 RESERVES COST      ..............          ^5,400          ^5,400
      AVOIDANCE
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,            1,464,050       1,458,650          ^5,400
            RESERVE
            PERSONNEL,
            AIR FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 140 Reserves Cost Avoidance                                    -5,400
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                    -5,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $5,500,369,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   5,950,729,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,913,329,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,913,329,000. This is $37,400,000 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
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       NATIONAL GUARD
      PERSONNEL, ARMY     ACTIVITY 1: UNIT
      AND INDIVIDUAL
      TRAINING:
  10     PAY GROUP A         1,688,571       1,688,571  ..............
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  30     PAY GROUP F           291,670         291,670  ..............
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  40     PAY GROUP P            36,893          36,893  ..............
          TRAINING
          (PIPELINE
          RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE             1,007,258       1,007,258  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            3,024,392       3,024,392  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER
      TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT:
  70     SCHOOL                218,603         218,603  ..............
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL               252,337         252,337  ..............
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO       2,218,432       2,234,932         +16,500
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION              98,171          98,171  ..............
          BENEFITS
 125     DEFENSE               138,794         138,794  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            2,926,337       2,942,837         +16,500
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2 
 135 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         ^55,700         ^55,700
 145 LEWIS AND CLARK    ..............           1,800          +1,800
      BICENTENNIAL
      ACTIVITIES
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,            5,950,729       5,913,329         ^37,400
            NATIONAL
            GUARD
            PERSONNEL,
            ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  90 Civil Support Team AGRs                                   +12,600
  90 Ground-Based Midcourse Missile Defense AGRs                +3,900
 135 Cost Avoidance                                            -55,700
 145 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration                 +1,800
      Support
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -37,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Additional Active Guard and Reserve [AGR] End Strength.--
The Committee recommends an additional 126 AGRs and $12,600,000 
for the Army National Guard to support 7 additional Civil 
Support Teams as authorized in the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2005.
    Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration Support.--Army 
National Guard funds designated for the Lewis and Clark 
Bicentennial Commemoration in this account and ``Operation and 
Maintenance Army National Guard'' are to provide ceremonial, 
educational, safety, security, and logistics support.

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $2,174,598,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   2,546,442,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,543,892,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,543,892,000. This is $2,550,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       NATIONAL GUARD
       PERSONNEL, AIR
           FORCE     ACTIVITY 1: UNIT
      AND INDIVIDUAL
      TRAINING:
  10     PAY GROUP A           807,509         810,259          +2,750
          TRAINING (15
          DAYS &
          DRILLS 24/
          48)
  30     PAY GROUP F            68,031          68,031  ..............
          TRAINING
          (RECRUITS)
  40     PAY GROUP P             1,380           1,380  ..............
          TRAINING
          (PIPELINE
          RECRUITS)
  45     DEFENSE               296,724         296,724  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,173,644       1,176,394          +2,750
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     ACTIVITY 2: OTHER
      TRAINING AND
      SUPPORT:
  70     SCHOOL                155,195         155,195  ..............
          TRAINING
  80     SPECIAL               187,640         187,640  ..............
          TRAINING
  90     ADMINISTRATIO         936,252         938,352          +2,100
          N AND
          SUPPORT
 100     EDUCATION              29,935          29,935  ..............
          BENEFITS
 125     DEFENSE                63,776          63,776  ..............
          HEALTH
          PROGRAM
          ACCRUAL
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            1,372,798       1,374,898          +2,100
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 2 
 140 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............          ^7,400          ^7,400
                       =================================================
           TOTAL,            2,546,442       2,543,892          ^2,550
            NATIONAL
            GUARD
            PERSONNEL,
            AIR FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 166th Information Operations Squadron                      +2,750
  90 Civil Support Team AGRs                                    +2,100
 140 Cost Avoidance                                             -7,400
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                    -2,550
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Additional Active Guard and Reserve [AGR] End Strength.--
The Committee recommends an additional 28 AGRs and $2,100,000 
for the Air National Guard to support 7 additional Civil 
Support Teams as authorized in the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2005.

                                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 2005 budget requests a total of 
$121,874,589,000 for operation and maintenance appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends operation and maintenance 
appropriations totaling $121,410,132,000 for fiscal year 2005. 
This is $464,457,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended operation and maintenance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2005 are summarized below:

                               SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance:
    Army........................................................      26,133,411      25,705,109        -428,302
    Navy........................................................      29,789,190      29,591,679        -197,511
    Marine Corps................................................       3,632,115       3,617,473         -14,642
    Air Force...................................................      28,471,260      28,282,160        -189,100
    Defense-Wide................................................      17,494,076      17,552,314         +58,238
    Army Reserve................................................       2,008,128       1,979,038         -29,090
    Navy Reserve................................................       1,240,038       1,244,838          +4,800
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................         188,696         188,696  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................       2,239,790       2,200,790         -39,000
    Army National Guard.........................................       4,440,686       4,372,436         -68,250
    Air National Guard..........................................       4,422,838       4,454,238         +31,400
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account................          30,000          30,000  ..............
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces......................          10,825          10,825  ..............
Environmental Restoration:
    Army........................................................         400,948         566,948        +166,000
    Navy........................................................         266,820         447,820        +181,000
    Air Force...................................................         397,368         397,368  ..............
    Defense-Wide................................................          23,684          23,684  ..............
    Formerly Used Defense Sites.................................         216,516         276,516         +60,000
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster and Civic Aid...................          59,000          59,000  ..............
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction............................         409,200         409,200  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     121,874,589     121,410,132        -464,457
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $25,029,346,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  26,133,411,000
Committee recommendation................................  25,705,109,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$25,705,109,000. This is $428,302,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, ARMY     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         LAND FORCES:
  10         DIVISIONS       1,520,706       1,530,706         +10,000
  20         CORPS             472,692         473,892          +1,200
              COMBAT
              FORCES
  30         CORPS             445,344         445,344  ..............
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
  40         ECHELON           515,730         515,730  ..............
              ABOVE
              CORPS
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
  50         LAND            1,197,822       1,211,822         +14,000
              FORCES
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT         LAND FORCES
          READINESS:
  60         FORCE           1,787,147       1,817,847         +30,700
              READINES
              S
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
  70         LAND              537,567         544,567          +7,000
              FORCES
              SYSTEMS
              READINES
              S
  80         LAND            1,031,105       1,046,105         +15,000
              FORCES
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE         LAND FORCES
          READINESS
          SUPPORT:
  90         BASE            5,609,973       5,627,573         +17,600
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
 100         FAC             1,956,128       1,969,928         +13,800
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MOD (OP
              FORCES)
 110         MANAGEMEN         251,474         255,374          +3,900
              T &
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              HEADQUAR
              TERS
 120         UNIFIED            94,850          98,850          +4,000
              COMMANDS
 130         MISCELLAN       1,057,943       1,062,143          +4,200
              EOUS
              ACTIVITI
              ES
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,       16,478,481      16,599,881        +121,400
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      2: MOBILIZATION:
         MOBILITY
          OPERATIONS:
 140         STRATEGIC         327,345         327,345  ..............
              MOBILIZA
              TION
 150         ARMY              126,163         126,163  ..............
              PREPOSIT
              IONED
              STOCKS
 160         INDUSTRIA           8,491          14,991          +6,500
              L
              PREPARED
              NESS
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          461,999         468,499          +6,500
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 2     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
         ACCESSION
          TRAINING:
 180         OFFICER           107,554         107,554  ..............
              ACQUISIT
              ION
 190         RECRUIT            20,766          20,766  ..............
              TRAINING
 200         ONE                41,961          41,961  ..............
              STATION
              UNIT
              TRAINING
 210         SENIOR            234,308         236,308          +2,000
              RESERVE
              OFFICERS
              '
              TRAINING
              CORPS         BASIC SKILL/
          ADVANCE
          TRAINING:
 240         SPECIALIZ         506,557         510,057          +3,500
              ED SKILL
              TRAINING
 250         FLIGHT            575,406         575,406  ..............
              TRAINING
 260         PROFESSIO         102,832         103,832          +1,000
              NAL
              DEVELOPM
              ENT
              EDUCATIO
              N
 270         TRAINING          618,519         622,519          +4,000
              SUPPORT         RECRUITING/
          OTHER
          TRAINING:
 300         RECRUITIN         461,157         461,157  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
 310         EXAMINING         131,206         131,206  ..............
 320         OFF-DUTY          296,311         296,311  ..............
              AND
              VOLUNTAR
              Y
              EDUCATIO
              N
 330         CIVILIAN          111,003         113,503          +2,500
              EDUCATIO
              N AND
              TRAINING
 340         JUNIOR            137,331         137,331  ..............
              RESERVE
              OFFICERS
              '
              TRAINING
              CORPS
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        3,344,911       3,357,911         +13,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 3     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         SECURITY
          PROGRAMS:
 360         SECURITY          883,510         896,710         +13,200
              PROGRAMS         LOGISTICS
          OPERATIONS:
 370         SERVICEWI         570,923         570,923  ..............
              DE
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
 380         CENTRAL           490,261         490,261  ..............
              SUPPLY
              ACTIVITI
              ES
 390         LOGISTICS         439,466         457,466         +18,000
              SUPPORT
              ACTIVITI
              ES
 400         AMMUNITIO         356,607         356,607  ..............
              N
              MANAGEME
              NT         SERVICEWIDE
          SUPPORT:
 410         ADMINISTR         702,719         702,719  ..............
              ATION
 420         SERVICEWI         610,866         611,289            +423
              DE
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
 430         MANPOWER          267,365         267,365  ..............
              MANAGEME
              NT
 440         OTHER             191,686         191,686  ..............
              PERSONNE
              L
              SUPPORT
 450         OTHER             848,391         852,891          +4,500
              SERVICE
              SUPPORT
 460         ARMY              115,453         115,453  ..............
              CLAIMS
 470         REAL               60,633          60,633  ..............
              ESTATE
              MANAGEME
              NT         SUPPORT OF
          OTHER
          NATIONS:
 500         INTERNATI         250,026         250,026  ..............
              ONAL
              MILITARY
              HEADQUAR
              TERS
 510         MISC.              60,114          60,114  ..............
              SUPPORT
              OF OTHER
              NATIONS
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        5,848,020       5,884,143         +36,123
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4 
 991 CIVILIAN           ..............         -66,100         -66,100
      PERSONNEL
      OVERSTATEMENT
 993 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         -52,375         -52,375
      FOR MIL TO CIV
      CONVERSIONS
 995 NATO MISSION       ..............        -320,850        -320,850
      SUPPORT COSTS
 996 ENVIRONMENTAL      ..............        -166,000        -166,000
      ADJUSTMENT
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,      26,133,411      25,705,109        -428,302
            ARMY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Basic Hydration on the Move                                +2,000
  10 Fleece Insulated Liners (for ECWCS)                        +8,000
  20 USAARMC FCS Support Cell at Fort Knox                      +1,200
  50 Forward Osmosis Water Filtration                           +7,000
  50 USARPAC SBCT C4 infrastructure                             +7,000
  60 Advanced Combat Helmet                                    +20,000
  60 Pacific deployable C4 package                              +2,000
  60 USARPAC C4 information infrastructure                      +8,700
  70 AFATDS Regional Training Team                              +7,000
  80 M1A1 transmission maintenance                             +15,000
  90 Army Conservation & Ecosystem Management                   +3,000
  90 Fort Hood offsite conservation program                       +850
  90 Fort Knox Crossroad Cluster Communities MOUT Site            +750
  90 Fort Richardson Biathlon Trail Upgrade                     +1,000
  90 Restore Woody Island and historic structures               +1,000
  90 USARAK Road Repairs                                       +11,000
 100 Fort Wainwright Utilidor Repairs                          +10,000
 100 Rock Island Arsenal Industrial Shop Equipment              +1,000
 100 Rockfall mitigation below Tripler AMC                      +2,800
 110 PACMERS                                                    +3,900
 120 Specialty containers (Quadcons)                            +4,000
 130 WMD-CSTs                                                   +4,200
 160 Industrial Mobilization Capacity                           +6,500
 210 Air Battle Captain Program                                 +2,000
 240 Satellite Communications for Learning [SCOLA]              +3,500
      language training
 260 Management training                                        +1,000
 270 Joint Training Exercise Experimentation Project            +4,000
 330 Online Technology Training Program                         +2,500
 360 Classified adjustment                                     +13,200
 390 Army Ground Systems Integrated Lean Enterprise             +6,000
      [AGILE]
 390 Corrosion prevention and control (A)                       +8,000
 390 Field Pack Up System                                       +4,000
 420 Infrastructure Upgrades at Camp Carroll                      +423
 450 Army Legacy Logistics Systems Modernization                +3,000
 450 Centralized Range Residue Recycling Facility               +1,500
      [CRRRF]
 991 Civilian personnel overstatement                          -66,100
 993 Cost avoidance for mil-to-civ conversions                 -52,375
 995 NATO mission support costs                               -320,850
 996 Environmental adjustment                                 -166,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -428,302
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Industrial Mobilization Capacity.--The Committee recognizes 
the critical importance of the Industrial Mobilization Capacity 
program for offsetting costs of maintaining wartime 
capabilities at Department of Defense facilities and for 
ensuring that facilities such as the Rock Island Arsenal, IL 
remain competitive. The Committee has included an additional 
$6,500,000 for this program--$14,400,000 total--and expects 
that all fiscal year 2005 Industrial Mobilization Capacity 
funding shall be used only for this purpose.
    World War I Chemical Munitions Cleanup.--The Committee is 
aware of a significant health hazard at the American University 
resulting from Army munitions development and testing during 
World War I. While the Army recognizes its responsibility to 
restore the site and remove all chemicals, it has been slow to 
respond to this requirement. The potential danger to University 
students and employees mandate an immediate response to this 
hazard. The Committee urges the Army to expedite this clean up 
effort with a goal of completing its removal effort by December 
2005.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $28,146,658,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  29,789,190,000
Committee recommendation................................  29,591,679,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$29,591,679,000. This is $197,511,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, NAVY     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         AIR
          OPERATIONS:
  10         MISSION         3,002,769       3,002,769  ..............
              AND
              OTHER
              FLIGHT
              OPERATIO
              NS
  20         FLEET AIR       1,066,452       1,066,452  ..............
              TRAINING
  30         INTERMEDI          66,565          66,565  ..............
              ATE
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  40         AIR               111,146         111,146  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS AND
              SAFETY
              SUPPORT
  50         AIR               498,508         498,508  ..............
              SYSTEMS
              SUPPORT
  60         AIRCRAFT          995,596         995,596  ..............
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  70         AIRCRAFT           67,980          67,980  ..............
              DEPOT
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT         SHIP
          OPERATIONS:
  80         MISSION         2,604,963       2,604,963  ..............
              AND
              OTHER
              SHIP
              OPERATIO
              NS
  90         SHIP              622,119         622,119  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              SUPPORT
              AND
              TRAINING
 110         SHIP            3,910,439       3,925,439         +15,000
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 120         SHIP            1,113,910       1,076,310         ^37,600
              DEPOT
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT         COMBAT
          OPERATIONS/
          SUPPORT:
 130         COMBAT            379,929         379,929  ..............
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
 140         ELECTRONI          16,946          16,946  ..............
              C
              WARFARE
 150         SPACE             136,231         136,231  ..............
              SYSTEMS
              &
              SURVEILL
              ANCE
 160         WARFARE           266,032         266,032  ..............
              TACTICS
 170         OPERATION         256,003         264,403          +8,400
              AL
              METEOROL
              OGY &
              OCEANOGR
              APHY
 180         COMBAT          1,362,179       1,362,179  ..............
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
 190         EQUIPMENT         186,658         186,658  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 200         DEPOT               3,214           3,214  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT         WEAPONS
          SUPPORT:
 210         CRUISE            155,731         155,731  ..............
              MISSILE
 220         FLEET             830,393         830,393  ..............
              BALLISTI
              C
              MISSILE
 230         IN-                51,043          67,043         +16,000
              SERVICE
              WEAPONS
              SYSTEMS
              SUPPORT
 240         WEAPONS           447,327         447,327  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE         WORKING
          CAPITAL FUND
          SUPPORT:
 250         NWCF       ..............  ..............  ..............
              SUPPORT         BASE SUPPORT:
 260         FACILITIE       1,330,363       1,331,338            +975
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 270         BASE            3,195,350       3,171,350         ^24,000
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,       22,677,846      22,656,621         ^21,225
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      2: MOBILIZATION:
         READY RESERVE
          AND
          PREPOSITIONI
          NG FORCES:
 280         SHIP              548,199         548,199  ..............
              PREPOSIT
              IONING
              AND
              SURGE         ACTIVATIONS/
          INACTIVATION
          S:
 290         AIRCRAFT            7,619           7,619  ..............
              ACTIVATI
              ONS/
              INACTIVA
              TIONS
 300         SHIP              212,393         222,393         +10,000
              ACTIVATI
              ONS/
              INACTIVA
              TIONS         MOBILIZATION
          PREPAREDNESS
          :
 310         FLEET              26,119          26,119  ..............
              HOSPITAL
              PROGRAM
 320         INDUSTRIA           1,523           1,523  ..............
              L
              READINES
              S
 330         COAST              17,185          17,185  ..............
              GUARD
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          813,038         823,038         +10,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 2     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
         ACCESSION
          TRAINING:
 340         OFFICER           120,835         120,835  ..............
              ACQUISIT
              ION
 350         RECRUIT             7,716           7,716  ..............
              TRAINING
 360         RESERVE           102,336         102,336  ..............
              OFFICERS
              TRAINING
              CORPS         BASIC SKILLS
          AND ADVANCED
          TRAINING:
 370         SPECIALIZ         434,374         434,374  ..............
              ED SKILL
              TRAINING
 380         FLIGHT            420,829         423,829          +3,000
              TRAINING
 390         PROFESSIO         116,770         118,770          +2,000
              NAL
              DEVELOPM
              ENT
              EDUCATIO
              N
 400         TRAINING          238,246         240,246          +2,000
              SUPPORT         RECRUITING,
          AND OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          EDUCATION:
 410         RECRUITIN         282,526         282,526  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
 420         OFF-DUTY          146,508         146,508  ..............
              AND
              VOLUNTAR
              Y
              EDUCATIO
              N
 430         CIVILIAN           67,556          67,556  ..............
              EDUCATIO
              N AND
              TRAINING
 440         JUNIOR             39,900          41,900          +2,000
              ROTC
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        1,977,596       1,986,596          +9,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 3     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         SERVICEWIDE
          SUPPORT:
 470         ADMINISTR         773,940         773,940  ..............
              ATION
 480         EXTERNAL            3,893           3,893  ..............
              RELATION
              S
 490         CIVILIAN          110,614         110,614  ..............
              MANPOWER
              &
              PERSONNE
              L MGT
 500         MILITARY          198,465         198,465  ..............
              MANPOWER
              &
              PERSONNE
              L MGT
 510         OTHER             317,284         317,284  ..............
              PERSONNE
              L
              SUPPORT
 520         SERVICEWI         605,415         605,415  ..............
              DE
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS         LOGISTICS
          OPERATIONS
          AND
          TECHNICAL
          SUPPORT:
 540         SERVICEWI         189,634         189,634  ..............
              DE
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
 560         PLANNING,         252,972         260,972          +8,000
              ENGINEER
              ING &
              DESIGN
 570         ACQUISITI         840,666         840,666  ..............
              ON AND
              PROGRAM
              MANAGEME
              NT
 580         AIR        ..............  ..............  ..............
              SYSTEMS
              SUPPORT
 590         HULL,              55,505          55,505  ..............
              MECHANIC
              AL &
              ELECTRIC
              AL
              SUPPORT
 600         COMBAT/            51,683          51,683  ..............
              WEAPONS
              SYSTEMS
 610         SPACE &            70,166          70,166  ..............
              ELECTRON
              IC
              WARFARE
              SYSTEMS         SECURITY
          PROGRAMS:
 620         SECURITY          839,870         868,370         +28,500
              PROGRAMS         SUPPORT OF
          OTHER
          NATIONS:
 630         INTERNATI          10,603          10,603  ..............
              ONAL
              HDQTRS &
              AGENCIES
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        4,320,710       4,357,210         +36,500
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4 
 991 CIVILIAN           ..............         ^13,300         ^13,300
      PERSONNEL
      OVERSTATEMENT
 993 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         ^11,661         ^11,661
      FOR MIL TO CIV
      CONVERSIONS
 994 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         ^14,800         ^14,800
      FOR CIVILIAN
      BUYOUTS
 995 NATO MISSION       ..............         ^11,025         ^11,025
      SUPPORT COSTS
 996 ENVIRONMENTAL      ..............        ^181,000        ^181,000
      ADJUSTMENT
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,      29,789,190      29,591,679        ^197,511
            NAVY
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 110 Ship depot maintenance                                    +15,000
 120 Cruiser conversion                                        -43,100
 120 Manufacturing Technical Assistance and Production          +4,000
      Program
 120 Naval Shipyard Apprenticeship Program                      +1,500
 170 Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and           +5,000
      Humanitarian Assistance
 170 PACOM Theater Joint C4                                     +3,400
 230 Mk 45 5 inch Gun Depot Overhauls                          +16,000
 260 Education, Childhood Development, Groton Navy                +975
      Submarine Base
 270 Annual savings from NSRR disestablishment                 -30,000
 270 Flood Mitigation at Lualualei                              +3,000
 270 PMRF Flood Control                                         +3,000
 300 Ship Disposal Program                                     +10,000
 380 Night Vision Goggles in Advanced Helicopter                +3,000
      Training
 390 Navy Professional Military Education                       +2,000
 400 Vital Learning Recruitment/Retention Screening             +2,000
      Test Program
 440 U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps                                 +2,000
 560 Knowledge Management and Decision Support System           +7,000
 560 RFID (N)                                                   +1,000
 620 Classified adjustment                                     +28,500
 991 Civilian personnel overstatement                          -13,300
 993 Cost avoidance for mil-to-civ conversions                 -11,661
 994 Cost avoidance for civilian buyouts                       -14,800
 995 NATO mission support costs                                -11,025
 996 Environmental adjustment                                 -181,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -197,511
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Naval Shipyard Apprentice Program.--The Committee has 
included $31,000,000 for the Shipyard Apprentice Program, and 
directs the Navy to induct classes of no fewer than 150 
apprentices at each of the naval shipyards during fiscal year 
2005. Further, the Committee directs the Navy to include the 
costs of the fiscal year 2006 class of apprentices in the 
fiscal year 2006 budget estimate.
    U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps.--The Committee recommends 
$2,000,000 for the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps [USNSCC], a non-
profit youth training and education organization. For several 
years, the Congress has provided funding for this program, 
which was federally chartered by Congress in 1962 (Public Law 
87-655). A Department of the Navy report found that the Navy 
benefits from the USNSCC program in many ways, and stated ``the 
Naval Sea Cadet Corps brings the Navy and its core values of 
honor, courage, and commitment into homes throughout America.'' 
The Committee directs the Secretary of the Navy to fund the 
USNSCC program in the fiscal year 2006 budget request.
    Navy Installations.--The Committee was disappointed to 
learn recently of the Commander, Navy Installations [CNI] plan 
to reduce funding for fiscal year 2004 by approximately 
$300,000,000 to cover other Navy requirements. It was 
disturbing to discover that these reductions are not being 
allocated fairly. Some smaller regions are asked to forego a 
significantly larger percentage of their base operations 
support [BOS] and sustainment, restoration and maintenance 
funds [SRM] than are the larger regions. In one case, CNI's 
direction has the effect of negating congressional guidance to 
increase SRM for specific locations. The Committee urges CNI to 
restore SRM funds to those areas.
    The Committee has also been informed that the fiscal year 
2005 budget request for CNI assumes substantial savings which 
are not likely to accrue, leaving several regions no choice but 
to implement general reductions. Critics of the CNI concept 
warned that a large centralized account would be a logical 
target to finance other Navy activities. Additionally, they 
argued that Washington based headquarters for CNI would likely 
provide an east coast bias. Based on CNI's current plans it 
appears they were right. In the past, the Committee has 
reallocated Army SRM funding because of similar failings, but 
is hopeful that the same action will not be required here. As 
such, the Committee directs the Navy to reexamine its plans for 
CNI funding for fiscal year 2004 and fiscal year 2005. If the 
Navy does not address these issues in the coming weeks, the 
Committee will consider the management and funding distribution 
of CNI in conference.
    Joint Center for Operational Analysis.--The Committee 
supports U.S. Joint Forces Command's initiative to enhance 
lessons learned capabilities through increased team missions 
and deployment. The goal is to capture lessons learned of 
ongoing operations in Iraq as well as the Global War on 
Terrorism. Accordingly, the Committee recommends that of the 
funds under this heading, $7,000,000 be provided for this 
initiative.

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $3,440,323,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   3,632,115,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,617,473,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,617,473,000. This is $14,642,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       OPERATION AND
        MAINTENANCE,
        MARINE CORPS     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         EXPEDITIONARY
          FORCES:
  10         OPERATION         633,914         650,214         +16,300
              AL
              FORCES
  20         FIELD             367,293         371,293          +4,000
              LOGISTIC
              S
  30         DEPOT             102,085         102,085  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE         USMC
          PREPOSITIONI
          NG:
  40         MARITIME           72,128          72,128  ..............
              PREPOSIT
              IONING
  50         NORWAY              7,763           7,763  ..............
              PREPOSIT
              IONING
  60         FACILITIE         451,012         451,012  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
  70         BASE            1,026,795       1,049,607         +22,812
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        2,660,990       2,704,102         +43,112
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
         ACCESSION
          TRAINING:
  80         RECRUIT            10,539          10,539  ..............
              TRAINING
  90         OFFICER               351             351  ..............
              ACQUISIT
              ION         BASIC SKILLS
          AND ADVANCED
          TRAINING:
 100         SPECIALIZ          45,155          45,155  ..............
              ED
              SKILLS
              TRAINING
 110         FLIGHT                174             174  ..............
              TRAINING
 120         PROFESSIO           8,972           8,972  ..............
              NAL
              DEVELOPM
              ENT
              EDUCATIO
              N
 130         TRAINING          134,241         134,241  ..............
              SUPPORT         RECRUITING
          AND OTHER
          TRAINING
          EDUCATION:
 140         RECRUITIN         113,988         113,988  ..............
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
 150         OFF-DUTY           34,336          34,336  ..............
              AND
              VOLUNTAR
              Y
              EDUCATIO
              N
 160         JUNIOR             13,270          13,270  ..............
              ROTC
 170         FACILITIE          68,553          68,553  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 180         BASE              162,579         162,579  ..............
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          592,158         592,158  ..............
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 3         BUDGET
          ACTIVITY 4:
          ADMIN &
          SERVICEWIDE
          ACTIVITIES:
 190         SPECIAL           274,508         274,508  ..............
              SUPPORT
 200         SERVICEWI          37,300          37,300  ..............
              DE
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
 210         ADMINISTR          45,271          45,271  ..............
              ATION
 230         FACILITIE           3,191           3,191  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 240         BASE               18,697          18,697  ..............
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,          378,967         378,967  ..............
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4 
 993 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         ^57,640         ^57,640
      FOR MIL TO CIV
      CONVERSIONS
 995 NATO MISSION       ..............            ^114            ^114
      SUPPORT COSTS
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,       3,632,115       3,617,473         ^14,642
            MARINE
            CORPS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 All-purpose environmental clothing system                  +4,800
  10 Mountain Cold Weather Clothing & Equipment                 +4,000
      Program [MCWCEP]
  10 Ultra-light camouflage net system                          +7,500
  20 Corrosion prevention and control [MC]                      +4,000
  70 Anti-Oxidant Micronutrients Program                        +3,600
  70 Communications support for USMC NOC                        +9,212
  70 MARFORPAC BOS                                             +10,000
 993 Cost avoidance for mil-to-civ conversions                 -57,640
 995 NATO mission support costs                                   -114
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -14,642
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $26,904,731,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  28,471,260,000
Committee recommendation................................  28,282,160,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$28,282,160,000. This is $189,100,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       OPERATION AND
      MAINTENANCE, AIR
           FORCE     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         AIR
          OPERATIONS:
  10         PRIMARY         3,275,334       3,310,334         +35,000
              COMBAT
              FORCES
  20         PRIMARY           331,333         331,333  ..............
              COMBAT
              WEAPONS
  30         COMBAT            346,322         346,322  ..............
              ENHANCEM
              ENT
              FORCES
  40         AIR             1,274,599       1,274,599  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS
              TRAINING
  50         COMBAT          1,318,159       1,318,159  ..............
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
  60         DEPOT           2,085,761       2,053,336         -32,425
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  70         FACILITIE       1,017,301       1,071,301         +54,000
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
  80         BASE            1,995,494       2,014,094         +18,600
              SUPPORT         COMBAT
          RELATED
          OPERATIONS:
  90         GLOBAL          1,147,163       1,147,163  ..............
              C3I AND
              EARLY
              WARNING
 100         NAVIGATIO         204,543         208,143          +3,600
              N/
              WEATHER
              SUPPORT
 110         OTHER             622,524         622,524  ..............
              COMBAT
              OPS
              SUPPORT
              PROGRAMS
 120         JCS                32,756          32,756  ..............
              EXERCISE
              S
 130         MANAGEMEN         240,380         240,380  ..............
              T/
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              HEADQUAR
              TERS
 140         TACTICAL          340,102         340,102  ..............
              INTEL
              AND
              OTHER
              SPECIAL
              ACTIVITI
              ES         SPACE
          OPERATIONS:
 150         LAUNCH            343,565         343,565  ..............
              FACILITI
              ES
 160         LAUNCH            100,135         100,135  ..............
              VEHICLES
 170         SPACE             237,995         237,995  ..............
              CONTROL
              SYSTEMS
 180         SATELLITE          68,655          68,655  ..............
              SYSTEMS
 190         OTHER             258,376         258,376  ..............
              SPACE
              OPERATIO
              NS
 200         FACILITIE         171,469         171,469  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 210         BASE              528,332         528,332  ..............
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,       15,940,298      16,019,073         +78,775
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      2: MOBILIZATION:
         MOBILITY
          OPERATIONS:
 220         AIRLIFT         1,919,987       1,921,987          +2,000
              OPERATIO
              NS
 230         AIRLIFT            51,824          51,824  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NS C3I
 240         MOBILIZAT         170,623         170,623  ..............
              ION
              PREPARED
              NESS
 250         PAYMENTS   ..............  ..............  ..............
              TO
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
              BUSINESS
              AREA
 260         DEPOT             410,679         371,379         -39,300
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 270         FACILITIE         200,928         200,928  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 280         BASE              537,718         537,718  ..............
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        3,291,759       3,254,459         -37,300
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 2     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
         ACCESSION
          TRAINING:
 290         OFFICER            73,788          73,788  ..............
              ACQUISIT
              ION
 300         RECRUIT             6,034           6,034  ..............
              TRAINING
 310         RESERVE            84,381          84,381  ..............
              OFFICER
              TRAINING
              CORPS
              (ROTC)
 320         FAC                85,892          85,892  ..............
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              A-  TION
 330         BASE               71,777          71,777  ..............
              SUPPORT
              (ACADEMI
              ES ONLY)         BASIC SKILLS
          AND ADVANCED
          TRAINING:
 340         SPECIALIZ         336,818         337,518            +700
              ED SKILL
              TRAINING
 350         FLIGHT            775,819         775,819  ..............
              TRAINING
 360         PROFESSIO         158,967         158,967  ..............
              NAL
              DEVELOPM
              ENT
              EDUCATIO
              N
 370         TRAINING          108,450         109,450          +1,000
              SUPPORT
 380         DEPOT              12,914          12,914  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 390         FAC               190,592         190,592  ..............
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              A-  TION
 400         BASE              584,857         584,857  ..............
              SUPPORT
              (OTHER
              TRAINING
              )         RECRUITING,
          AND OTHER
          TRAINING AND
          EDUCATION:
 410         RECRUITIN         143,369         120,369         -23,000
              G AND
              ADVERTIS
              ING
 420         EXAMINING           3,281           3,281  ..............
 430         OFF DUTY          159,129         159,129  ..............
              AND
              VOLUNTAR
              Y
              EDUCATIO
              N
 440         CIVILIAN          158,738         158,738  ..............
              EDUCATIO
              N AND
              TRAINING
 450         JUNIOR             50,108          50,108  ..............
              ROTC
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        3,004,914       2,983,614         -21,300
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 3     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
         LOGISTICS
          OPERATIONS:
 460         LOGISTICS         883,478         887,478          +4,000
              OPERATIO
              NS
 470         TECHNICAL         432,323         432,323  ..............
              SUPPORT
              ACTIVITI
              ES
 480         SERVICEWI         171,501         171,501  ..............
              DE
              TRANSPOR
              TATION
 490         DEPOT             105,158         105,158  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 500         BASE            1,072,242       1,072,242  ..............
              SUPPORT
 510         FACILITIE         260,580         260,580  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION         SERVICEWIDE
          ACTIVITIES:
 520         ADMINISTR         299,617         299,617  ..............
              ATION
 530         SERVICEWI         377,574         377,574  ..............
              DE
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
 540         PERSONNEL         262,281         262,281  ..............
              PROGRAMS
 550         RESCUE            129,437         129,437  ..............
              AND
              RECOVERY
              SERVICES
 560         ARMS               41,645          41,645  ..............
              CONTROL
 570         OTHER             728,942         728,942  ..............
              SERVICEW
              IDE
              ACTIVITI
              ES
 580         OTHER              39,457          39,457  ..............
              PERSONNE
              L
              SUPPORT
 590         CIVIL AIR          21,722          21,722  ..............
              PATROL
              CORPORAT
              ION
 600         FACILITIE          12,848          12,848  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 610         BASE              345,170         345,170  ..............
              SUPPORT
 620         SECURITY        1,024,129       1,026,129          +2,000
              PROGRAMS         SUPPORT TO
          OTHER
          NATIONS:
 630         INTERNATI          26,185          26,185  ..............
              ONAL
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        6,234,289       6,240,289          +6,000
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 4 
 991 CIVILIAN           ..............         -12,500         -12,500
      PERSONNEL
      OVERSTATEMENT
 993 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         -29,273         -29,273
      FOR MIL TO CIV
      CONVERSIONS
 994 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         -32,100         -32,100
      FOR CIVILIAN
      BUYOUTS
 995 NATO MISSION       ..............        -141,402        -141,402
      SUPPORT COSTS
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,      28,471,260      28,282,160        -189,100
            AIR FORCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Pad Encryption Technology.--The Committee recognizes the 
merits of commercially available off the shelf one-time pad 
encryption technology and encourages the Air Force to explore 
its use. The Committee understands this technology could be 
utilized for the protection of highly sensitive special access 
programs and could allow for communication of such data using 
commercial networks.
    Scott Air Force Base.--The fiscal year 2004 Department of 
Defense Appropriations conference report (Public Law 108-87) 
included funding to continue the C-9A mission flown by the 
932nd Airlift Wing at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, and 
training for new mission requirements, including the C-40C 
aircraft. The Air Force has indicated it plans to move three C-
9C aircraft from Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland to be based 
at Scott Air Force Base in fiscal year 2005. The Committee 
supports the current C-9A mission as well as the transfer of 
the C-9C aircraft to Scott Air Force Base. The Committee 
encourages the Secretary of the Air Force to continue, at 
least, the 932nd Airlift Wing C-9 mission, and to expand the 
current mission to include C-40C aircraft after the appropriate 
review and subject to the availability of funds.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 B-52 Attrition Reserve                                    +35,000
  60 Oxygen repair facility                                       +600
  60 Rack Mounted Improved AIS                                  +6,000
  60 Realign depot maintenance funds (at AF request)           -39,500
  60 Relational Extraction Server                                 +475
  70 172nd Stryker Brigade Access Road Feasibility              +2,000
      Study
  70 Building 9480 Renovation                                  +13,500
  70 COPE THUNDER Facilities Renovation                         +6,000
  70 Eielson AFB Utilidor Repairs                              +10,000
  70 Engineering and Environmental Assessment for              +14,000
      Stryker Railroad Extension
  70 PARC Upgrade--ACTS Ranges Phase 2                          +8,500
  80 11th Air Force Range Power and Fiber Upgrades              +6,000
  80 Alaska Land Mobile Radio                                   +3,800
  80 Elmendorf AFB Community Center enhancements                  +700
  80 PACAF IT consolidation/storage area network                +8,100
 100 Sooner Drop Zone Extension                                   +600
 100 University Partnership for Operational Support             +3,000
 220 Active Noise Reduction Headsets                            +2,000
 260 Realign depot maintenance funds (at AF request)           -39,300
 340 National Airborne Operations Center [NAOC]                   +700
 370 Simulation training for WMD emergency response             +1,000
      programs
 410 Reduced recruiting goals                                  -23,000
 460 Hickam AFB Alternative Fuel Vehicle Program                +4,000
 620 Classified adjustment                                      +2,000
 991 Civilian personnel overstatement                          -12,500
 993 Cost avoidance for mil-to-civ conversions                 -29,273
 994 Cost avoidance for civilian buyouts                       -32,100
 995 NATO mission support costs                               -141,402
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                  -189,100
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $16,226,841,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  17,494,076,000
Committee recommendation................................  17,552,314,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$17,552,314,000. This is $58,238,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       OPERATION AND
        MAINTENANCE,
        DEFENSE-WIDE     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
  10     JOINT CHIEFS          243,062         243,062  ..............
          OF STAFF
  20     SPECIAL             1,992,613       1,937,771         ^54,842
          OPERATIONS
          COMMAND
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            2,235,675       2,180,833         ^54,842
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      2: MOBILIZATION:
  30     DEFENSE                40,599          40,599  ..............
          LOGISTICS
          AGENCY     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      3: TRAINING AND
      RECRUITING:
  40     AMERICAN               14,050          14,050  ..............
          FORCES
          INFORMATION
          SERVICE
  60     DEFENSE               103,532         103,532  ..............
          ACQUISITION
          UNIVERSITY
  70     DEFENSE                 5,296           5,296  ..............
          CONTRACT
          AUDIT AGENCY
  80     DEFENSE                 5,968           5,968  ..............
          THREAT
          REDUCTION
          AGENCY
  90     DEFENSE HUMAN          56,067          56,067  ..............
          RESOURCES
          ACTIVITY
 110     DEFENSE                 7,343           7,343  ..............
          SECURITY
          SERVICE
 120     NATIONAL               90,263          90,263  ..............
          DEFENSE
          UNIVERSITY
 130     SPECIAL                96,244          96,244  ..............
          OPERATIONS
          COMMAND
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              378,763         378,763  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 3     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
 140     AMERICAN              110,528         110,528  ..............
          FORCES
          INFORMATION
          SERVICE
 150     CIVIL                 101,389         126,389         +25,000
          MILITARY
          PROGRAMS
 180     DEFENSE               368,119         368,119  ..............
          CONTRACT
          AUDIT AGENCY
 200     DEFENSE LEGAL          25,484          25,484  ..............
          SERVICES
          AGENCY
 210     DEFENSE               265,379         285,943         +20,564
          LOGISTICS
          AGENCY
 220     DEFENSE POW/           15,964          15,964  ..............
          MISSING
          PERSONS
          OFFICE
 230     DEFENSE                20,456          20,456  ..............
          TECHNOLOGY
          SECURITY
          ADMINISTRATI
          ON
 240     DEFENSE               319,483         319,483  ..............
          THREAT
          REDUCTION
          AGENCY
 250     DEPARTMENT OF       1,761,852       1,802,852         +41,000
          DEFENSE
          DEPENDENTS
          EDUCATION
 260     DEFENSE HUMAN         318,940         318,940  ..............
          RESOURCES
          ACTIVITY
 270     DEFENSE             1,029,592       1,029,217            ^375
          CONTRACT
          MANAGEMENT
          AGENCY
 280     DEFENSE                 4,310           4,310  ..............
          FINANCE AND
          ACCOUNTING
          SERVICE
 290     DEFENSE             1,090,558       1,090,558  ..............
          INFORMATION
          SYSTEMS
          AGENCY
 300     DEFENSE                83,922          83,922  ..............
          SECURITY
          COOPERATION
          AGENCY
 310     DEFENSE               277,100         277,100  ..............
          SECURITY
          SERVICE
 320     JOINT CHIEFS          278,884         278,884  ..............
          OF STAFF
 340     OFFICE OF              44,756          80,756         +36,000
          ECONOMIC
          ADJUSTMENT
 350     OFFICE OF THE         805,813         795,513         ^10,300
          SECRETARY OF
          DEFENSE
 360     SPECIAL               142,457         142,457  ..............
          OPERATIONS
          COMMAND
 370     WASHINGTON            447,166         447,166  ..............
          HEADQUARTERS
          SERVICES
 999     OTHER               7,326,887       7,328,078          +1,191
          PROGRAMS
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,           14,839,039      14,952,119        +113,080
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,      17,494,076      17,552,314         +58,238
            DEFENSE-
            WIDE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  20 NATO mission support costs                                 -2,650
  20 SOCOM unjustified growth                                  -52,192
 150 Innovative Readiness Training                             +10,000
 150 National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program                    +11,000
 150 Operation Walking Shield Program [OWSP]                    +4,000
 210 Alaska Logistics Center                                    +9,000
 210 NATO mission support costs                                 -1,839
 210 Procurement Technical Assistance Cooperative               +8,403
      Agreement Program [PTACAP]
 210 RFID (DW)                                                  +5,000
 250 DoDEA Facilities SR&M;                                     +15,000
 250 DoDEA Mathematics and Technology Teachers                  +1,000
      Development
 250 DoDEA unjustified certification program                   -10,000
 250 Impact Aid                                                +30,000
 250 Impact Aid for children with disabilities                  +5,000
 270 NATO mission support costs                                   -375
 340 Adak Airport Operations Improvements                       +4,000
 340 Bulkhead Construction at Military Ocean Terminal           +5,000
      Bayonne [MOTBY]
 340 Fort Benjamin Harrison Relocation Project                  +4,000
 340 Port of Anchorage Army Deployment Staging Area             +5,000
 340 Port of Anchorage Intermodal Marine Facility               +8,000
      Project
 340 UCHSC-DCH Fitzsimmons Medical Center                      +10,000
 350 Asia-Pacific Regional Initiative                          +14,000
 350 Capital Security Cost Sharing Plan                        -27,300
 350 Information Assurance Scholarship Program                  +3,000
 999 Classified adjustment                                      +1,191
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   +58,238
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Corrosion Control.--The Committee has reviewed the 
Department of Defense long-term strategy on corrosion control, 
and understands that DOD has established an Office of Corrosion 
Policy and Oversight [CPO] for focused management attention on 
this issue. In addition, the Committee is aware that a General 
Accounting Office assessment of the adequacy of DOD's corrosion 
control strategy has identified a number of shortcomings that 
threaten the effectiveness of that strategy. One of the 
identified shortcomings is a lack of dedicated and visible 
funding. Accordingly, the Committee directs the Department to 
establish a specific, separate program element or budget line 
to ensure that sustained and adequate funding is available for 
the corrosion control projects that have the best potential to 
provide maximum benefit across the DOD.
    In addition, the Committee is aware that the Defense 
Science Board has determined that substantial costs could be 
avoided with additional corrosion prevention and changes in DOD 
acquisition policy. The Committee encourages DOD to make the 
up-front investments necessary to realize these future cost 
savings.
    Finally, the Committee is concerned about the potential for 
corrosion damage to pre-positioned stocks, which are frequently 
located in highly-corrosive environments. Such corrosion could 
degrade readiness to respond to contingencies and be very 
costly to fix. The Committee encourages the DOD Inspector 
General to conduct a review of the impact of corrosion on pre-
position assets, and recommend policy, management or funding 
changes to mitigate that corrosion.
    Hooked-on-Fishing/Not-on-Drugs Pilot Program.--The 
Committee recognizes that the current operational tempo is 
placing significant stress on the families of military 
personnel. Installation commanders can help alleviate the 
stressors of service life in today's environment by 
facilitating family oriented activities. Fishing is a family 
oriented outdoor experience that serves as a structured and 
focused activity for military dependents. The Committee directs 
the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness to 
consult with the Future Fisherman Foundation and the Armed 
Forces Foundation on the implementation of a Hooked-on-Fishing/
Not on Drugs pilot program at 20 U.S. military installations 
with the highest rate of mobilized personnel. The Committee 
further directs the Department to submit a report to the 
congressional defense committees no later than January 31, 2005 
on the current status of this pilot program and the feasibility 
of establishing such a program at additional installations in 
the future.
    Legacy Resource Management Program.--The Committee commends 
the Department of Defense for requesting funds to continue the 
Legacy Resource Management Program. From within these funds, 
the Committee encourages the Department to continue naval 
archaeology programs in the Lake Champlain Basin.

                Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,998,609,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   2,008,128,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,979,038,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,979,038,000. This is $29,090,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, ARMY
          RESERVE     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         LAND FORCES:
  10         DIVISION            7,640          10,640          +3,000
              FORCES
  20         CORPS              34,607          34,607  ..............
              COMBAT
              FORCES
  30         CORPS             318,411         318,411  ..............
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
  40         ECHELON           150,421         150,421  ..............
              ABOVE
              CORPS
              FORCES
  50         LAND              459,134         464,134          +5,000
              FORCES
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT         LAND FORCES
          READINESS:
  60         FORCES            153,475         153,475  ..............
              READINES
              S
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
  70         LAND               65,202          65,202  ..............
              FORCES
              SYSTEM
              READINES
              S
  80         DEPOT              71,548          71,548  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE         LAND FORCES
          READINESS
          SUPPORT:
             BASE              379,112         379,822            +710
              SUPPORT
 100         FACILITIE         201,141         201,141  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 110         ADDITIONA           7,627           7,627  ..............
              L
              ACTIVITI
              ES
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        1,848,318       1,857,028          +8,710
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
 120     ADMINISTRATIO          52,180          52,180  ..............
          N
 130     SERVICEWIDE             9,116           9,116  ..............
          COMMUNICATIO
          NS
 140     PERSONNEL/              8,201           8,201  ..............
          FINANCIAL
          ADMIN
          (MANPOWER
          MGT)
 150     RECRUITING             90,313          90,313  ..............
          AND
          ADVERTISING
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              159,810         159,810  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4 
 992 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         ^37,800         ^37,800
      FOR MOBILIZED
      MILTECHS
                       =================================================           
           TOTAL, O&M;,       2,008,128       1,979,038         ^29,090
            ARMY
            RESERVE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Extended cold weather clothing system (AR)                 +3,000
  50 All Terrain Military Utility Vehicle (M-Gator)             +5,000
      (AR)
  90 USAR Citizen-Soldier Memorial Park                           +710
 992 Cost avoidance for mobilized MilTechs                     -37,800
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -29,090
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,172,921,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,240,038,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,244,838,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,244,838,000. This is $4,800,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       OPERATION AND
     MAINTENANCE, NAVY
          RESERVE     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         RESERVE AIR
          OPERATIONS:
  10         MISSION           483,526         483,526  ..............
              AND
              OTHER
              FLIGHT
              OPERATIO
              NS
  20         INTERMEDI          16,494          16,494  ..............
              ATE
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  30         AIR                 1,592           1,592  ..............
              OPERATIO
              N AND
              SAFETY
              SUPPORT
  40         AIRCRAFT          131,607         131,607  ..............
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
  50         AIRCRAFT              384             384  ..............
              DEPOT
              OPS
              SUPPORT         RESERVE SHIP
          OPERATIONS:
  60         MISSION            59,127          59,127  ..............
              AND
              OTHER
              SHIP
              OPERATIO
              NS
  70         SHIP                  531             531  ..............
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              SUPPORT
              AND
              TRAINING
  90         SHIP               92,787          92,787  ..............
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE
 100         SHIP                3,596           3,596  ..............
              DEPOT
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT         RESERVE
          COMBAT
          OPERATIONS
          SUPPORT:
 110         COMBAT              6,732           6,732  ..............
              COMMUNIC
              ATIONS
 120         COMBAT            224,589         229,389          +4,800
              SUPPORT
              FORCES         RESERVE
          WEAPONS
          SUPPORT:
 130         WEAPONS             5,548           5,548  ..............
              MAINTENA
              NCE         BASE SUPPORT:
 140         FACILITIE          73,410          73,410  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 150         BASE              108,863         108,863  ..............
              SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        1,208,786       1,213,586          +4,800
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
 160     ADMINISTRATIO           6,930           6,930  ..............
          N
 170     CIVILIAN       ..............  ..............  ..............
          MANPOWER &
          PERSONNEL
 180     MILITARY                8,797           8,797  ..............
          MANPOWER &
          PERSONNEL
 190     SERVICEWIDE             3,347           3,347  ..............
          COMMUNICATIO
          NS
 200     COMBAT/                 5,667           5,667  ..............
          WEAPONS
          SYSTEM
 210     OTHER                   6,511           6,511  ..............
          SERVICEWIDE
          SUPPORT
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,               31,252          31,252  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,       1,240,038       1,244,838          +4,800
            NAVY
            RESERVE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 120 Gulf Coast Littoral Surveillance System                    +4,800
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                    +4,800
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $173,952,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     188,696,000
Committee recommendation................................     188,696,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $188,696,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       OPERATION AND
      MAINTENANCE, MC
          RESERVE     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
  10     OPERATING              72,940          72,940  ..............
          FORCES
  20     DEPOT                  12,132          12,132  ..............
          MAINTENANCE
  40     TRAINING               25,544          25,544  ..............
          SUPPORT
  60     FACILITIES             12,126          12,126  ..............
          SUSTAINMENT,
          RESTORATION
          &
          MODERNIZATIO
          N
  70     BASE SUPPORT           33,370          33,370  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              156,112         156,112  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
  80     SPECIAL                 8,948           8,948  ..............
          SUPPORT
  90     SERVICEWIDE               580             580  ..............
          TRANSPORTATI
          ON
 100     ADMINISTRATIO          10,407          10,407  ..............
          N
 120     RECRUITING              8,013           8,013  ..............
          AND
          ADVERTISING
 130     BASE SUPPORT            4,636           4,636  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,               32,584          32,584  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,         188,696         188,696  ..............
            MARINE
            CORPS
            RESERVE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $2,179,388,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   2,239,790,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,200,790,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,200,790,000. This is $39,000,000 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
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       OPERATION AND
      MAINTENANCE, AF
          RESERVE     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
  10     PRIMARY             1,329,717       1,329,717  ..............
          COMBAT
          FORCES
  20     MISSION                74,077          74,077  ..............
          SUPPORT
          OPERATIONS
  30     DEPOT                 410,893         410,893  ..............
          MAINTENANCE
  40     FACILITIES             53,056          53,056  ..............
          SUSTAINMENT,
          RESTORATION
          &
          MODERNIZATIO
          N
  50     BASE SUPPORT          264,425         264,425  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            2,132,168       2,132,168  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
  60     ADMINISTRATIO          60,270          60,270  ..............
          N
  70     RECRUITING             14,516          14,516  ..............
          AND
          ADVERTISING
  80     MILITARY               25,485          25,485  ..............
          MANPOWER AND
          PERSONNEL
          MANAGEMENT
  90     OTHER                   6,707           6,707  ..............
          PERSONNEL
          SUPPORT
 100     AUDIOVISUAL               644             644  ..............
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              107,622         107,622  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4 
 992 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         ^39,000         ^39,000
      FOR MOBILIZED
      MILTECHS
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,       2,239,790       2,200,790         ^39,000
            AIR FORCE
            RESERVE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 992 Cost avoidance for mobilized MilTechs                     -39,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -39,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $4,340,581,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   4,440,686,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,372,436,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,372,436,000. This is $68,250,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
        OPERATION &
     MAINTENANCE, ARMY
         NATL GUARD     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
         LAND FORCES:
  10         DIVISIONS         558,168         564,818          +6,650
  20         CORPS             629,062         629,062  ..............
              COMBAT
              FORCES
  30         CORPS             333,393         333,393  ..............
              SUPPORT
              FORCES
  40         ECHELON           615,838         615,838  ..............
              ABOVE
              CORPS
              FORCES
  50         LAND               20,786          20,786  ..............
              FORCES
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT         LAND FORCES
          READINESS:
  60         FORCE             180,163         180,163  ..............
              READINES
              S
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
  70         LAND              142,914         142,914  ..............
              FORCES
              SYSTEMS
              READINES
              S
  80         LAND              230,567         230,567  ..............
              FORCES
              DEPOT
              MAINTENA
              NCE         LAND FORCES
          READINESS
          SUPPORT:
  90         BASE              577,028         579,928          +2,900
              OPERATIO
              NS
              SUPPORT
 100         FACILITIE         384,044         384,044  ..............
              S
              SUSTAINM
              ENT,
              RESTORAT
              ION &
              MODERNIZ
              ATION
 110         MANAGEMEN         451,167         451,167  ..............
              T &
              OPERATIO
              NAL
              HEADQUAR
              TERS
 120         MISCELLAN          59,356          69,156          +9,800
              EOUS
              ACTIVITI
              ES
                       -------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL,        4,182,486       4,201,836         +19,350
                BUDGET
                ACTIVI
                TY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
 130     STAFF                 110,669         124,269         +13,600
          MANAGEMENT
          (ADMINISTRAT
          ION)
 140     INFORMATION            26,341          35,541          +9,200
          MANAGEMENT
          (SERVICEWIDE
          COMMUNICATIO
          NS)
 150     PERSONNEL              35,376          35,376  ..............
          ADMINISTRATI
          ON (MANPOWER
          MANAGE-
          MENT)
 160     RECRUITING             85,814          85,814  ..............
          AND
          ADVERTISING
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,              258,200         281,000         +22,800
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4 
 992 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............        ^110,400        ^110,400
      FOR MOBILIZED
      MILTECHS
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,       4,440,686       4,372,436         ^68,250
            ARMY
            NATIONAL
            GUARD
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10 Cannon bore cleaning                                       +1,650
  10 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System (ARNG)               +5,000
  90 Communicator-Automated Emergency Notification              +2,900
      System
 120 WMD-CSTs                                                   +9,800
 130 Base Wide Protection and Facilities Monitoring             +8,000
      System
 130 CBRA                                                       +1,000
 130 Civil Support Team Trainer                                 +4,000
 130 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration                   +600
      support
 140 Information operations training and operations             +4,000
 140 National Response at Memorial Tunnel                       +1,500
 140 Readiness and Regional Technology Enhancements             +1,700
 140 Real-Time Security Program                                 +2,000
 992 Cost avoidance for mobilized MilTechs                    -110,400
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   -68,250
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $4,431,216,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   4,422,838,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,454,238,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,454,238,000. This is $31,400,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
        OPERATION &
      MAINTENANCE, AIR
       NATIONAL GUARD     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      1: OPERATING
      FORCES:
  10     AIRCRAFT            2,685,471       2,685,471  ..............
          OPERATIONS
  20     MISSION               362,114         372,714         +10,600
          SUPPORT
          OPERATIONS
  30     DEPOT                 676,647         755,447         +78,800
          MAINTENANCE
  40     FACILITIES            230,642         230,642  ..............
          SUSTAINMENT,
          RESTORATION
          &
          MODERNIZATIO
          N
  50     BASE SUPPORT          431,076         436,076          +5,000
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,            4,385,950       4,480,350         +94,400
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 1     BUDGET ACTIVITY
      4: ADMIN &
      SERVICEWIDE
      ACTIVITIES:
  60     ADMINISTRATIO          27,490          27,490  ..............
          N
  70     RECRUITING              9,398           9,398  ..............
          AND
          ADVERTISING
                       -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL,               36,888          36,888  ..............
            BUDGET
            ACTIVITY 4 
 992 COST AVOIDANCE     ..............         ^63,000         ^63,000
      FOR MOBILIZED
      MILTECHS
                       =================================================
           TOTAL, O&M;,       4,422,838       4,454,238         +31,400
            AIR
            NATIONAL
            GUARD
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
Line                         Item                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  20 166th Information Operations Squadron                      +1,200
  20 Extended Cold Weather Clothing System (ANG)                +2,000
  20 Information assurance activities                           +3,000
  20 Regional Geospatial Service                                +4,400
  30 Realign depot maintenance funds (at AF request)           +78,800
  50 IT Consolidation/Storage Area Network                      +5,000
 992 Cost avoidance for mobilized MilTechs                     -63,000
                                                       -----------------
           Total adjustments                                   +31,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Account

Appropriations, 2004....................................      $5,000,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................      30,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      30,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $30,000,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

               U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Appropriations, 2004....................................     $10,333,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................      10,825,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,825,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,825,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Army

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $396,018,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     400,948,000
Committee recommendation................................     566,948,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $566,948,000. 
This is $166,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Navy

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $256,153,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     266,820,000
Committee recommendation................................     447,820,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $447,820,000. 
This is $181,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                  Environmental Restoration, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $384,307,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     397,368,000
Committee recommendation................................     397,368,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $397,368,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                Environmental Restoration, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2004....................................     $24,081,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................      23,684,000
Committee recommendation................................      23,684,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $23,684,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

         Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $284,619,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     216,516,000
Committee recommendation................................     276,516,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $276,516,000. 
This is $60,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    This increase reflects the significant inventory of 
Formerly Used Defense Sites requiring remediation.

             Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid

Appropriations, 2004....................................     $59,000,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................      59,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      59,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $59,000,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $450,800,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     409,200,000
Committee recommendation................................     409,200,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $409,200,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                               TITLE III

                              PROCUREMENT

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to purchase military equipment and hardware, including 
aircraft, helicopters, ships, missiles, combat vehicles, 
ammunition, weapons, electronic sensors and communications 
equipment, and other procurement items.
    The President's fiscal year 2005 budget requests a total of 
$74,662,317,000 for procurement appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends procurement appropriations 
totaling $76,466,514,000 for fiscal year 2005. This is 
$1,804,197,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended procurement appropriations for fiscal 
year 2005 are summarized below:

                                      SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aircraft Procurement, Army......................................       2,658,241       2,653,241          -5,000
Missile Procurement, Army.......................................       1,398,321       1,378,321         -20,000
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army........       1,639,695       1,698,695         +59,000
Procurement of Ammunition, Army.................................       1,556,902       1,606,502         +49,600
Other Procurement, Army.........................................       4,240,896       4,685,846        +444,950
Aircraft Procurement, Navy......................................       8,767,867       8,899,367        +131,500
Weapons Procurement, Navy.......................................       2,101,529       2,222,620        +121,091
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps................         858,640         881,140         +22,500
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy...............................       9,962,027      10,171,643        +209,616
Other Procurement, Navy.........................................       4,834,278       4,797,025         -37,253
Procurement, Marine Corps.......................................       1,190,103       1,266,803         +76,700
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.................................      13,163,174      13,547,524        +384,350
Missile Procurement, Air Force..................................       4,718,313       4,609,213        -109,100
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force............................       1,396,457       1,353,859         -42,598
Other Procurement, Air Force....................................      13,283,557      13,284,897          +1,340
Procurement, Defense-Wide.......................................       2,883,302       2,867,303         -15,999
National Guard and Reserve Equipment............................  ..............         500,000        +500,000
Defense Production Act Purchases................................           9,015          42,515         +33,500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      74,662,317      76,466,514      +1,804,197
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The Committee has displayed recommended adjustments in 
tables presented under each appropriation account.
    These adjustments reflect the following Committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative, or not supported by firm requirements in 
out year development or procurement appropriations; deletion of 
excess funds based on program delays or slow execution; 
addition of funds to reflect congressional priorities and to 
rectify shortfalls in the budget estimate; and implementation 
of recommendations reported in the Senate bill authorizing 
activities of the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2005.
    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in these tables shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the table.

                          Procurement Overview

    Role of Small Businesses.--The Committee is concerned that 
the continuous downsizing and consolidation of the U.S. defense 
industry has reduced the number of qualified sources, 
especially small businesses, for the manufacture of aviation/
air ground components, such as cable/wiring harness assembly. 
The Committee urges the Department to make every effort to 
identify and use these qualified small business sources to meet 
the small business goals as set out in 10 U.S.C. 2323 and DFARS 
Part 219.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $2,154,035,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   2,658,241,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,653,241,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,653,241,000. This is $5,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                               AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY     AIRCRAFT:
         FIXED WING:
   1         UTILITY F/W (MR) AIRCRAFT                                                     1      $11,967        1      $11,967  .......  ............
         ROTARY:
   2         HELICOPTER, KIOWA WARRIOR REPLACEMENT                                   .......       24,000  .......       24,000  .......  ............
   3         HELICOPTER, LIGHT UTILITY                                               .......       45,000  .......       45,000  .......  ............
   5         UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP)                                                        27      279,737       27      279,737  .......  ............
   6         UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP) (AP-CY)                                           .......       34,723  .......       34,723  .......  ............
   7         HELICOPTER NEW TRAINING                                                      12       13,100       12       13,100  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, AIRCRAFT                                                       .......      408,527  .......      408,527  .......  ............     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT:
   8     GUARDRAIL MODS (TIARA)                                                      .......        2,195  .......        2,195  .......  ............
  10     AH-64 MODS                                                                  .......       37,201  .......       37,201  .......  ............
  11     CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS                                                 .......      703,450  .......      683,450  .......      ^$20,000
  12     CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS (AP-CY)                                         .......       23,832  .......       23,832  .......  ............
  13     UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS                                                 .......       10,093  .......       10,093  .......  ............
  15     AIRCRAFT LONG RANGE MODS                                                    .......          754  .......          754  .......  ............
  16     LONGBOW                                                                     .......      654,460  .......      654,460  .......  ............
  18     UH-60 MODS                                                                  .......      142,889  .......      146,889  .......        +4,000
  19     UH-60 MODS (AP-CY)                                                          .......        6,130  .......        6,130  .......  ............
  20     KIOWA WARRIOR                                                               .......       39,276  .......       39,276  .......  ............
  21     AIRBORNE AVIONICS                                                           .......       49,091  .......       49,091  .......  ............
  22     GATM ROLLUP                                                                 .......       61,259  .......       61,259  .......  ............
  24     SPARE PARTS (AIR)                                                           .......       10,857  .......       10,857  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT                                       .......    1,741,487  .......    1,725,487  .......       ^16,000     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
         GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS:
  25         AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT                                        .......        7,319  .......       17,319  .......       +10,000
  26         ASE INFRARED CM                                                         .......      272,166  .......      272,166  .......  ............
         OTHER SUPPORT:
  27         AIRBORNE COMMAND & CONTROL                                              .......       26,603  .......       26,603  .......  ............
  28         AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              .......        5,140  .......        5,140  .......  ............
  29         COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                                                 .......       55,543  .......       56,543  .......        +1,000
  30         AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS                                              .......       28,609  .......       28,609  .......  ............
  31         AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                                     .......       55,449  .......       55,449  .......  ............
  32         INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                                   .......       45,216  .......       45,216  .......  ............
  33         LAUNCHER, 2.75 ROCKET                                                   .......        2,413  .......        2,413  .......  ............
  34         AIRBORNE COMMUNICATIONS                                                 .......        9,769  .......        9,769  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                               .......      508,227  .......      519,227  .......       +11,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                     .......    2,658,241  .......    2,653,241  .......        ^5,000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  11CH-47 CARGO                703,450         683,450         -20,000
     HELICOPTER MODS
        Production      ..............  ..............         -25,000
         efficiencies
        Second source   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         qualification
         of CH-47
         components
  18UH-60 MODS                 142,889         146,889          +4,000
        MEDEVAC         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         thermal
         imaging
         upgrades
  25AIRCRAFT                     7,319          17,319         +10,000
     SURVIVABILITY
     EQUIPMENT
        Additional AVR- ..............  ..............         +10,000
         2B
  29COMMON GROUND               55,543          56,543          +1,000
     EQUIPMENT
        AVIM Shop Set   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Plus Shelters
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    During February of this year, the Department of Defense 
accepted the Army's recommendation to cease further development 
of the Comanche helicopter program. In March, the 
administration submitted a budget amendment recommending the 
reallocation of funds originally requested for the Comanche 
program.
    The Committee commends the Army leadership for arriving at 
the decision to terminate Comanche in a deliberate, responsible 
manner. Unfortunately, the budget justification and request to 
realign funding originally intended for Comanche has not been 
addressed in a similar manner. In fact, during the Committee's 
budget review, the Army proved unable to explain, justify, and 
at times identify acquisition plans, and required costs for 
items contained within the request. In the case of several 
programs [Light Utility Helicopter, Armed Reconnaissance 
Helicopter, Apache Block III] Army acquisition plans have yet 
to be approved, respectively, by the Army leadership, Secretary 
of Defense or Joint Requirements Oversight Council. Some of 
these programs may or may not be subject to competitive 
bidding, and are being developed based on a request for 
information to potential suppliers.
    The Committee remains supportive of the Army's efforts to 
deliberately improve its aviation combat power. Although 
supportive of the Army's efforts to achieve task organization, 
the Committee has not received sufficient information to 
endorse the budget request.
    Kiowa Warrior Replacement.--The budget request included 
$24,000,000 for the procurement of an armed reconnaissance 
helicopter. In selecting a replacement helicopter for the Kiowa 
Warrior, the Army has not conducted an Analysis of 
Alternatives. The requirements and key performance parameters 
for an armed reconnaissance helicopter have not been identified 
to the Committee. The Army failed to provide any supporting 
budget justification materials, and has yet to approve an 
acquisition strategy for this program. The Committee recommends 
that funds available for procurement of an armed reconnaissance 
helicopter shall only be available 30 days after the Army has 
delivered to the Committee an acquisition plan and strategy for 
this system.
    Light Utility Helicopter.--The budget request included a 
total of $45,000,000 for procurement of light utility 
helicopters ($30,000,000 for the procurement of 10 helicopters, 
and $15,000,000 for support costs). The Department of Defense 
has yet to approve an acquisition strategy for the procurement 
of light utility helicopters [LUH], and has not conducted an 
Analysis of Alternatives. The Army has not provided the 
Committee any justification materials identifying the platforms 
to be considered or any planned competition for the LUH. The 
Committee recommends that funds available for procurement of 
the LUH shall only be available 30 days after the Army has 
delivered to the Committee an acquisition plan and strategy for 
this system.
    CH-47 Helicopter.--The amended budget request funds both 
remanufacture and new procurement of CH-47 helicopters. As the 
remanufacturing and production lines have matured, 
manufacturing efficiencies identified by the contractor have 
yielded cost savings for these respective programs. The amended 
budget request includes funding of $727,300,000 for CH-47 
procurement, an increase of $215,900,000 above fiscal year 2004 
levels. Due to current manufacturing efficiencies and the 
economies of scale to be expected from a funding increase of 
over 40 percent, the Committee recommends a decrease of 
$25,000,000.
    Vibration Management Enhancement Program.--Funding was not 
included in the budget request for continuation of the 
Vibration Management Enhancement Program [VMEP]. The Committee 
supports this program for enhanced aircrew safety, improved 
aircraft maintenance, and reduced operation costs and 
encourages the Army to transition this capability to the AH-64A 
and AH-64D Longbow helicopter.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,505,462,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,398,321,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,378,321,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,378,321,000. This is $20,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY     OTHER MISSILES:
         SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE SYSTEM:
   1         PATRIOT SYSTEM SUMMARY                                                      108     $489,253      108     $489,253  .......  ............
   3         SURFACE-LAUNCHED AMRAAM SYSTEM SUMMARY                                  .......        2,449  .......        2,449  .......  ............         AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE SYSTEM:
   4         HELLFIRE SYS SUMMARY                                                      1,135      108,475    1,135      108,475  .......  ............
   5         APKWS (ADVANCED PRECISION KILL WEAPON SYSTEM)                           .......          755  .......          755  .......  ............
   6         ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)                                                .......        6,124  .......        6,124  .......  ............         ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM:
   7         JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY                                           1,038      117,803    1,038      117,803  .......  ............
   9         LINE OF SIGHT ANTI-TANK [LOSAT] SYSTEM SUM                                  158       86,321      158       86,321  .......  ............
  10         TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY                                                        500       12,867      500       12,867  .......  ............
  11         TOW 2 ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)                                          .......       13,375  .......       13,375  .......  ............
  12         GUIDED MLRS ROCKET [GMLRS]                                                1,026      112,302    1,026      112,302  .......  ............
  13         MLRS REDUCED RANGE PRACTICE ROCKETS [RRPR]                                  822        6,627      822        6,627  .......  ............
  14         MLRS LAUNCHER SYSTEMS                                                   .......       41,200  .......       21,200  .......      ^$20,000
  15         HIMARS LAUNCHER                                                              37      169,249       37      169,249  .......  ............
  16         ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS [ATACMS]--SYS SUM                                      56       61,484       56       61,484  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                                                 .......    1,228,284  .......    1,208,284  .......       ^20,000     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:
         MODIFICATIONS:
  17         PATRIOT MODS                                                            .......       87,948  .......       87,948  .......  ............
  19         ITAS/TOW MODS                                                           .......        9,784  .......        9,784  .......  ............
  20         MLRS MODS                                                               .......       18,970  .......       18,970  .......  ............
  21         HIMARS MODIFICATIONS: (NON AAO)                                         .......          474  .......          474  .......  ............
  22         HELLFIRE MODIFICATIONS                                                  .......        9,770  .......        9,770  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF MISSILES                                       .......      126,946  .......      126,946  .......  ............  23 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                         .......       33,779  .......       33,779  .......  ............     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  24     AIR DEFENSE TARGETS                                                         .......        5,843  .......        5,843  .......  ............
  25     ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MISSILES)                                            .......           10  .......           10  .......  ............
  27     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT                                                     .......        3,459  .......        3,459  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                                   .......        9,312  .......        9,312  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                          .......    1,398,321  .......    1,378,321  .......       ^20,000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  14 MLRS LAUNCHER              41,200          21,200         -20,000
      SYSTEMS
         Fielding and   ..............  ..............         -20,000
          Delivery
          Cost Growth
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Hellfire Missile.--The Army budget amendment requested 
$92,900,000 to procure additional Hellfire II laser guided 
missiles. However, based on emerging requirements in Iraq the 
Army has requested flexibility in the variant to be procured. 
The Committee recommends granting the requested funding and 
flexibility for the Army to procure up to 1,135 missiles of any 
Hellfire II warhead variety.

        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,857,054,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,639,695,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,698,695,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,698,695,000. This is $59,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                               PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV;, ARMY     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
   1     ABRAMS TRNG DEV MOD                                                         .......       $3,643  .......       $3,643  .......  ............
   2     BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT                                                    .......       71,378  .......       78,378  .......       +$7,000
   3     BRADLEY FVS TRAINING DEVICES (MOD)                                          .......        2,454  .......        2,454  .......  ............
   4     ABRAMS TANK TRAINING DEVICES                                                .......        3,624  .......        3,624  .......  ............
   5     STRYKER                                                                     .......      905,074  .......      905,074  .......  ............         MODIFICATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
   6         CARRIER, MOD                                                            .......  ...........  .......       15,000  .......       +15,000
   7         FIST VEHICLE (MOD)                                                      .......            1  .......            1  .......  ............
   8         MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP, FIST VEHICLE                                       .......          670  .......          670  .......  ............
   9         BFVS SERIES (MOD)                                                       .......       55,424  .......       80,424  .......       +25,000
  10         HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM M109A6 (MOD)                                  .......       18,350  .......       18,350  .......  ............
  11         FAASV PIP TO FLEET                                                      .......        7,294  .......        7,294  .......  ............
  14         M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)                                                    .......      116,917  .......      116,917  .......  ............
  15         SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT PGM: SEP M1A2                                             67      292,152       67      292,152  .......  ............         SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  17         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TCV-WTCV)                                        .......          407  .......          407  .......  ............
  18         PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (TCV-WTCV)                                      .......       10,278  .......       10,278  .......  ............
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               TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES                                        .......    1,487,666  .......    1,534,666  .......       +47,000     WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES:
  19     INTEGRATED AIR BURST WEAPON SYSTEM FAMILY                                   .......          500  .......          500  .......  ............
  20     ARMOR MACHINE GUN, 7.62MM M240 SERIES                                         2,070       25,249    2,070       25,249  .......  ............
  21     MACHINE GUN, 5.56MM (SAW)                                                   .......           80  .......           80  .......  ............
  23     MORTAR SYSTEMS                                                                  577        5,258      577        5,258  .......  ............
  25     XM107, CAL. 50, SNIPER RIFLE                                                    600        8,871      600        8,871  .......  ............
  26     5.56 CARBINE M4                                                               8,255        9,376    8,255        9,376  .......  ............
  27     HOWITZER LT WT 155MM (T)                                                         18       37,209       18       37,209  .......  ............         MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEH:
  28         MARK-19 MODIFICATIONS                                                   .......        4,236  .......        4,236  .......  ............
  29         M4 CARBINE MODS                                                         .......       13,777  .......       13,777  .......  ............
  30         SQUAD AUTOMATIC WEAPON (MOD)                                            .......        3,382  .......        3,382  .......  ............
  31         MEDIUM MACHINE GUNS (MODS)                                              .......        3,409  .......        3,409  .......  ............
  32         HOWITZER, TOWED, 155MM, M198 (MODS)                                          13          779       13          779  .......  ............
  34         M16 RIFLE MODS                                                          .......        2,345  .......        2,345  .......  ............
  35         MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)                               .......        3,245  .......        3,245  .......  ............         SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  36         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)                                       .......          486  .......          486  .......  ............
  37         PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV-WTCV)                                     .......        6,620  .......        6,620  .......  ............
  38         INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                 .......        2,629  .......       14,629  .......       +12,000
  39         SMALL ARMS (SOLDIER ENH PROG)                                           .......        3,492  .......        3,492  .......  ............
  40         REF SMALL ARMS                                                          .......          998  .......          998  .......  ............
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               TOTAL, WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES                              .......      131,941  .......      143,941  .......       +12,000  41 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS (WTCV)                                                  .......       20,088  .......       20,088  .......  ............
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           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV;, ARMY                                         .......    1,639,695  .......    1,698,695  .......       +59,000
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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           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 BRADLEY BASE               71,378          78,378          +7,000
      SUSTAINMENT
         Bradley A3     ..............  ..............          +7,000
          vehicle
          diagnostics
   6 CARRIER, MOD       ..............          15,000         +15,000
         M113 Carrier   ..............  ..............         +15,000
          MOD
   9 BFVS SERIES (MOD)          55,424          80,424         +25,000
         Bradley        ..............  ..............         +25,000
          Fighting
          Vehicle
          reactive
          armor tiles
  38 INDUSTRIAL                  2,629          14,629         +12,000
      PREPAREDNESS
         Arsenal        ..............  ..............         +12,000
          Support
          Program
          Initiative
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    M-113A2/A3 Armoring Initiative.--The Committee is 
encouraged by the success of armored kits for combat vehicles 
in the Iraqi theater of operations and encourages the Army to 
pursue the use of this technology on other vehicles, such as 
the M-113 Armored Personnel Carrier. There are well over 1,000 
excess Bradley Fighting Vehicles that have armor that could be 
used for armor kits for M-113s that would increase the M-113 
protection to a level greater than that of a Bradley. The 
Committee understands that these kits could be modified in 
CONUS at a minimum rate of 50 sets per week and then shipped to 
deployed units and installed in the field in several hours per 
set. This would be a low cost solution with existing armor 
sets. The Committee supports any efforts by the Army to assess 
this option for both deployed and deploying troops.

                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,387,759,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,556,902,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,606,502,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,606,502,000. This is $49,600,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY     AMMUNITION:
         SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION:
   1         CTG, 5.56MM, ALL TYPES                                                  .......     $173,550  .......     $173,550  .......  ............
   2         CTG, 7.62MM, ALL TYPES                                                  .......       45,062  .......       45,062  .......  ............
   3         CTG, 9MM, ALL TYPES                                                     .......        5,078  .......        5,078  .......  ............
   4         CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES                                                 .......       59,810  .......       59,810  .......  ............
   5         CTG, 25MM, ALL TYPES                                                    .......       21,600  .......       21,600  .......  ............
   6         CTG, 30MM, ALL TYPES                                                    .......        9,726  .......        9,726  .......  ............
   7         CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES                                                    .......      119,658  .......      119,658  .......  ............         MORTAR AMMUNITION:
   8         60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                                                  .......       38,436  .......       38,436  .......  ............
   9         81MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                                                  .......        4,597  .......        6,597  .......       +$2,000
  10         CTG, MORTAR, 120MM, ALL TYPES                                           .......       50,316  .......       52,816  .......        +2,500         TANK AMMUNITION:
  11         CTG TANK 105MM: ALL TYPES                                               .......       27,419  .......       27,419  .......  ............
  12         120MM TANK TRAINING, ALL TYPES                                          .......      139,718  .......      139,718  .......  ............
  13         CTG, TANK, 120MM TACTICAL, ALL TYPES                                    .......       49,845  .......       49,845  .......  ............         ARTILLERY AMMUNITION:
  15         CTG ARTY 105MM M927                                                     .......       33,286  .......       33,286  .......  ............
  16         CTG, ARTY, 155MM, ALL TYPES                                             .......      132,668  .......      108,668  .......       ^24,000
  17         PROJ, 155MM EXTENDED RANGE XM982                                        .......       16,960  .......        8,060  .......        ^8,900
  18         MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM (MACS), ALL T                           .......       65,807  .......       65,807  .......  ............         ARTILLERY FUZES:
  19         ARTILLERY FUZES, ALL TYPES                                              .......       40,796  .......       40,796  .......  ............         MINES:
  20         MINE, TRAINING, ALL TYPES                                               .......          527  .......          527  .......  ............
  21         MINES (CONVENTIONAL), ALL TYPES                                         .......        4,242  .......        4,242  .......  ............
  23         MINE, CLEARING CHARGE, ALL TYPES                                        .......        1,020  .......        1,020  .......  ............
  24         ANTIPERSONNEL LANDMINE ALTERNATIVES                                     .......       15,222  .......       15,222  .......  ............         ROCKETS:
  25         SHOULDER FIRED ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                                       .......       15,414  .......       15,414  .......  ............
  26         ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES                                             .......      164,689  .......      164,689  .......  ............         OTHER AMMUNITION:
  27         DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                                         .......       29,193  .......       32,193  .......        +3,000
  28         GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                                     .......       52,857  .......       52,857  .......  ............
  29         SIGNALS, ALL TYPES                                                      .......       26,276  .......       26,276  .......  ............
  30         SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES                                                   .......       20,165  .......       20,165  .......  ............         MISCELLANEOUS:
  31         AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES                                              .......        8,550  .......        8,550  .......  ............
  32         NON-LETHAL AMMUNITION, ALL TYPES                                        .......        5,534  .......        5,534  .......  ............
  33         CAD/PAD ALL TYPES                                                       .......        3,884  .......        3,884  .......  ............
  34         ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              .......       11,398  .......       11,398  .......  ............
  35         AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT                                           .......        4,898  .......       16,498  .......       +11,600
  36         FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (AMMO)                                 .......       10,700  .......       10,700  .......  ............
  37         CLOSEOUT LIABILITIES                                                    .......           80  .......           80  .......  ............
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               TOTAL, AMMUNITION                                                     .......    1,408,981  .......    1,395,181  .......       ^13,800     AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT:
         PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT:
  38         PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                      .......       40,746  .......       90,746  .......       +50,000
  39         LAYAWAY OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                        .......        2,315  .......        2,315  .......  ............
  40         MAINTENANCE OF INACTIVE FACILITIES                                      .......        4,745  .......        4,745  .......  ............
  41         CONVENTIONAL AMMO DEMILITARIZATION                                      .......       95,372  .......      108,772  .......       +13,400
  42         ARMS INITIATIVE                                                         .......        4,743  .......        4,743  .......  ............
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               TOTAL, AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT                             .......      147,921  .......      211,321  .......       +63,400
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY                                .......    1,556,902  .......    1,606,502  .......       +49,600
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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           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   981MM MORTAR, ALL             4,597           6,597          +2,000
     TYPES
        Cartridge,      ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Mortar, 81mm,
         Infrared
         Illum, M816
  10CTG, MORTAR,                50,316          52,816          +2,500
     120MM, ALL TYPES
        Cartridge,      ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Mortar,
         120mm, Illum,
         w/MTSQ FZ,
         M930
  16CTG, ARTY, 155MM,          132,668         108,668         -24,000
     ALL TYPES
        M864 Program    ..............  ..............         -24,000
         Delay
  17PROJ 155MM                  16,960           8,060          -8,900
     EXTENDED RANGE
     XM982
        Excalibur       ..............  ..............          -8,900
  27DEMOLITION                  29,193          32,193          +3,000
     MUNITIONS, ALL
     TYPES
        Blast Cap, Non- ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Electric,
         M19, M21 &
         M23
  35AMMUNITION                   4,898          16,498         +11,600
     PECULIAR
     EQUIPMENT
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Controlled
         Flexible
         Ammunition
         Distribution
         Module
        Hydrolysis      ..............  ..............          +7,600
         Demilitarizat
         ion
         Demonstration
         Program--Tooe
         le AD
        Optimized       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Desert
         Peculiar
         Equipment
  38PROVISION OF                40,746          90,746         +50,000
     INDUSTRIAL
     FACILITIES
        Flexible LAP    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         for 120mm
         Mortar Family
         of Extended
         Range
         Ammunition
        Flexible LAP    ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Modern
         Munitions
         Enterprise
        Insensitive     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Munitions
         Flexible
         Artillery
         Manufacturing
         System
        Insensitive     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Munitions
         Production--H
         olston Army
         Ammunition
         Plant
        Radford Army    ..............  ..............         +16,000
         Ammunition
         Plant
         Modernization
        Small Caliber   ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Ammunition
         Production
         Upgrades--Lak
         e City Army
         Ammunition
         Plant
  41CONVENTIONAL                95,372         108,772         +13,400
     MUNITIONS
     DEMILITARIZATION
        Accelerated     ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Propellant
         Charge
         Demilitarizat
         ion
        Additional      ..............  ..............          +4,400
         Funding for
         Conventional
         Munitions
         Demilitarizat
         ion
        Missile         ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Recycling
         Capability--A
         nniston
         Munitions
         Center
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    Hydrolysis Demilitarization Demonstration Program.--The 
Committee is encouraged by the progress of the Hydrolysis 
Demilitarization Demonstration Program and recommends an 
increase of $7,600,000 to build a production prototype 
hydrolysis demilitarization unit for testing and operations at 
Tooele Army Depot.
    Small Caliber Ammunition Production Upgrades.--The Global 
War on Terrorism has increased demand for small caliber 
ammunition and has strained U.S. production capabilities. In 
addition, recent changes in Army training doctrine place even 
further demands on this production capability. The Defense 
Department cannot meet small caliber ammunition needs unless 
existing capabilities are upgraded and additional capabilities 
are added. The Committee, therefore, recommends an increase of 
$15,000,000 to modernize small caliber production lines at Lake 
City Army Ammunition Plant.
    Demilitarization of Tactical Missiles.--The Committee 
recommends an increase of $3,000,000 to complete the 
implementation of an organic missile recycling capability at 
the Anniston Munitions Center.

                        Other Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $4,774,452,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   4,240,896,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,685,846,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,685,846,000. This is $444,950,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
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                                 OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY     TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES:
         TACTICAL VEHICLES:
   1         TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS                                            .......      $11,940  .......      $10,440  .......       ^$1,500
   2         SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED                                                   .......        9,242  .......        9,242  .......  ............
   3         SEMITRAILERS, TANKERS                                                   .......          667  .......          667  .......  ............
   4         HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH (HMMWV)                                      .......      303,692  .......      303,692  .......  ............
   5         TRUCK, DUMP, 20T (CCE)                                                  .......  ...........  .......        4,500  .......        +4,500
   6         FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH (FMTV)                                    .......      505,664  .......      507,664  .......        +2,000
   7         FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMEN                           .......        2,198  .......       18,448  .......       +16,250
   8         FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV)                                .......       84,038  .......      189,038  .......      +105,000
  10         TRUCK, TRACTOR, LINE HAUL, M915/M916                                    .......       15,314  .......       30,314  .......       +15,000
  13         HVY EXPANDED MOBILE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT SERV P                           .......       19,204  .......       19,204  .......  ............
  14         MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP                                            .......       25,848  .......       25,848  .......  ............
  15         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TAC VEH)                                         .......          247  .......          247  .......  ............
  16         TOWING DEVICE--FIFTH WHEEL                                              .......        1,907  .......        1,907  .......  ............         NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES:
  17         HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN                                                     .......          196  .......          196  .......  ............
  18         PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                                             .......          197  .......          197  .......  ............
  19         NONTACTICAL VEHICLES, OTHER                                             .......          196  .......          196  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES                                  .......      980,550  .......    1,121,800  .......      +141,250     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
         COMM--JOINT COMMUNICATIONS:
  21         JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)                                               .......        4,550  .......        4,550  .......  ............         COMM--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:
  22         DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (SPAC                           .......       99,775  .......      105,175  .......        +5,400
  23         SHF TERM                                                                .......       30,621  .......       26,621  .......        ^4,000
  24         SAT TERM, EMUT (SPACE)                                                  .......        3,371  .......        3,371  .......  ............
  25         NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE)                               .......       40,067  .......       48,067  .......        +8,000
  26         SMART-T (SPACE)                                                         .......       73,354  .......       71,654  .......        ^1,700
  27         SCAMP (SPACE)                                                           .......          600  .......          600  .......  ............
  28         MILSTAR COMPONENTS (SPACE)                                              .......       25,282  .......       25,282  .......  ............
  29         GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS                                                  .......       12,664  .......       12,664  .......  ............
  30         MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SAT)                                           .......          198  .......          198  .......  ............         COMM--C3 SYSTEM:
  31         ARMY GLOBAL CMD & CONTROL SYS (AGCCS)                                   .......       19,790  .......       19,790  .......  ............         COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS:
  32         ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA RADIO)                              .......       34,435  .......       41,435  .......        +7,000
  33         JTRS CLUSTER 1                                                          .......      121,452  .......      111,452  .......       ^10,000
  34         RADIO TERMINAL SET, MIDS LVT(2)                                         .......        3,223  .......        3,223  .......  ............
  35         SINCGARS FAMILY                                                         .......       48,614  .......       63,014  .......       +14,400
  36         MULTI-PURPOSE INFORMATION OPERATIONS SYSTEMS                            .......        7,776  .......        7,776  .......  ............
  37         JOINT TACTICAL AREA COMMAND SYSTEMS                                     .......          843  .......          843  .......  ............
  38         ACUS MOD PROGRAM                                                        .......       81,317  .......       81,317  .......  ............
  39         COMMS-ELEC EQUIP FIELDING                                               .......        8,889  .......        8,889  .......  ............
  40         SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM COMM/ELECTRONICS                            .......       25,952  .......       25,952  .......  ............
  41         COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR (CSEL)                                   .......       28,767  .......       28,767  .......  ............
  42         RADIO, IMPROVED HF FAMILY                                               .......        6,948  .......        6,948  .......  ............
  43         MEDICAL COMM FOR CBT CASUALTY CARE (MC4)                                .......        4,662  .......        4,662  .......  ............         COMM--INTELLIGENCE COMM:
  44         CI AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE                                              .......        1,279  .......        1,279  .......  ............         INFORMATION SECURITY:
  45         TSEC--ARMY KEY MGT SYS (AKMS)                                           .......        2,834  .......        2,834  .......  ............
  46         INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM--ISSP                               .......      114,124  .......      114,124  .......  ............         COMM--LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS:
  47         TERRESTRIAL TRANSMISSION                                                .......       23,421  .......       23,421  .......  ............
  48         BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS                                             .......       40,564  .......       69,864  .......       +29,300
  49         ARMY DISN ROUTER                                                        .......        6,133  .......        6,133  .......  ............
  50         ELECTROMAG COMP PROG (EMCP)                                             .......          469  .......          469  .......  ............
  51         WW TECH CON IMP PROG (WWTCIP)                                           .......        2,698  .......        2,698  .......  ............         COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS:
  52         INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                                     .......      268,940  .......      275,940  .......        +7,000
  53         DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS)                                            .......       12,296  .......       12,296  .......  ............
  54         LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN)                                                .......       84,820  .......       84,820  .......  ............
  55         PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT AND TELECOM                                    .......       14,671  .......       14,671  .......  ............         ELECT EQUIP--TACT INT REL ACT (TIARA):
  58         ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS (ASAS) (TIARA)                                  .......       15,979  .......       15,979  .......  ............
  59         JTT/CIBS-M (TIARA)                                                      .......       13,993  .......       13,993  .......  ............
  60         PROPHET GROUND (TIARA)                                                  .......       17,692  .......       20,692  .......        +3,000
  61         TUAV                                                                    .......      100,456  .......      149,056  .......       +48,600
  63         DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS (DTSS) (TIARA)                              .......        9,138  .......        9,138  .......  ............
  65         TACTICAL EXPLOITATION SYSTEM (TIARA)                                    .......       14,094  .......       15,094  .......        +1,000
  66         DCGS-A UNIT OF EMPLOYMENT (JMIP)                                        .......        9,575  .......        9,575  .......  ............
  67         TROJAN (TIARA)                                                          .......        5,840  .......        5,840  .......  ............
  68         MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (INTEL SPT) (TIARA)                                 .......        2,594  .......        2,594  .......  ............
  69         CI HUMINT INFO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CHIMS) (TIA                           .......        2,924  .......        2,924  .......  ............
  70         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TIARA)                                           .......        4,287  .......        7,287  .......        +3,000         ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV. (TAC SURV):
  74         SENTINEL MODS                                                           .......        7,487  .......        7,487  .......  ............
  75         NIGHT VISION DEVICES                                                    .......      102,325  .......      110,325  .......        +8,000
  76         LONG RANGE ADVANCED SCOUT SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                           .......       49,176  .......       49,176  .......  ............
  78         NIGHT VISION, THERMAL WPN SIGHT                                         .......       54,809  .......       54,809  .......  ............
  80         MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (MMS)                                               .......          461  .......          461  .......  ............
  81         MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (MVS)                                               .......          280  .......          280  .......  ............
  82         PORTABLE INDUCTIVE ARTILLERY FUZE SETTER                                .......        1,985  .......        1,985  .......  ............
  83         PROFILER                                                                .......        4,963  .......        8,363  .......        +3,400
  84         MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SURV)                                          .......       17,444  .......       21,444  .......        +4,000
  85         FORCE XXI BATTLE CMD BRIGADE & BELOW (FBCB2)                            .......      120,073  .......      120,073  .......  ............
  86         LIGHTWEIGHT LASER DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINDER (LLD                           .......       12,339  .......       12,339  .......  ............
  87         MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM                                              .......       14,633  .......       14,633  .......  ............
  88         INTEGRATED MET SYS SENSORS (IMETS)--TIARA                               .......          346  .......          346  .......  ............
  89         ENHANCED SENSOR & MONITORING SYSTEM                                     .......        1,456  .......        1,456  .......  ............         ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2 SYSTEMS:
  90         TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS                                             .......       50,692  .......       50,692  .......  ............
  91         ADV FA TAC DATA SYS/EFF CTRL SYS (AFATDS/EC                             .......       26,922  .......       26,922  .......  ............
  92         MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP, AFATDS                                             .......        3,990  .......        3,990  .......  ............
  93         LIGHT WEIGHT TECH FIRE DIRECTION SYS (LWT                               .......        2,018  .......        2,018  .......  ............
  94         CMBT SVC SUPT CONTROL SYS (CSSCS)                                       .......       11,909  .......       11,909  .......  ............
  95         FAAD C2                                                                 .......       12,873  .......       12,873  .......  ............
  96         AIR & MSL DEFENSE PLANNING & CONTROL SYS (AMD                           .......        6,400  .......        6,400  .......  ............
  97         FORWARD ENTRY DEVICE/LIGHTWEIGHT FED (FED/L                             .......        2,045  .......        2,045  .......  ............
  98         KNIGHT FAMILY                                                           .......        2,236  .......        2,236  .......  ............
  99         LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT (LCSS)                                      .......        1,827  .......        1,827  .......  ............
 100         LOGTECH                                                                 .......       24,416  .......       32,416  .......        +8,000
 101         TC AIMS II                                                              .......       16,376  .......       16,376  .......  ............
 104         JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (JNMS)                                  .......       12,587  .......       18,087  .......        +5,500
 105         TACTICAL INTERNET MANAGER                                               .......       11,363  .......       11,363  .......  ............
 106         MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS)                                           .......       29,136  .......       29,136  .......  ............
 107         STAMIS TACTICAL COMPUTERS (STACOMP)                                     .......       54,581  .......       54,581  .......  ............         ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION:
 109         ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION                                             .......        5,377  .......        5,377  .......  ............
 110         AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP                                         .......      146,184  .......      151,184  .......        +5,000
 111         RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS (RCAS)                                 .......       48,467  .......       50,467  .......        +2,000         ELECT EQUIP--AUDIO VISUAL SYS (A/V):
 112         AFRTS                                                                   .......        1,801  .......        1,801  .......  ............
 113         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (A/V)                                             .......        1,624  .......        1,624  .......  ............
 114         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (SURVEYING EQUIPMENT)                               .......        2,298  .......        2,298  .......  ............         ELECT EQUIP--SUPPORT:
 115         PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (C-E)                                           .......          434  .......          434  .......  ............
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               TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT                       .......    2,315,304  .......    2,462,204  .......      +146,900     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPMENT:
 116         SMOKE & OBSCURANT FAMILY: SOF (NON AAO ITEM)                            .......        3,863  .......        3,863  .......  ............         BRIDGING EQUIPMENT:
 117         TACTICAL BRIDGING                                                       .......       34,137  .......       34,137  .......  ............
 118         TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT-RIBBON                                           .......       17,360  .......       32,360  .......       +15,000         ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION) EQUIPMENT:
 121         HANDHELD STANDOFF MINEFIELD DETECTION SYS--HST                          .......        6,906  .......        6,906  .......  ............
 122         KIT, STANDARD TELEOPERATING                                             .......        3,023  .......        3,023  .......  ............
 123         GRND STANDOFF MINE DETECTION SYSTEM (GSTAMIDS                           .......        2,001  .......        2,001  .......  ............
 124         ROBOTIC COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM (RCSS)                                    .......        1,038  .......        1,038  .......  ............
 125         EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQPMT (EOD EQPMT)                           .......       12,670  .......       12,670  .......  ............
 126         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M, COUNTERMINE EQUIPMENT                              .......          680  .......        7,080  .......        +6,400         COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 127         HEATERS AND ECU'S                                                       .......       17,554  .......       17,554  .......  ............
 128         LAUNDRIES, SHOWERS AND LATRINES                                         .......        2,020  .......        2,020  .......  ............
 130         SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT                                                     .......        7,275  .......       12,275  .......        +5,000
 131         LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE (LME)                                 .......           30  .......       10,030  .......       +10,000
 132         LAND WARRIOR                                                            .......        8,896  .......        8,896  .......  ............
 135         FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT                                                 .......       20,063  .......       20,063  .......  ............
 136         AIR DROP PROGRAM                                                        .......       14,288  .......       14,288  .......  ............
 137         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (ENG SPT EQ)                                      .......        6,546  .......        6,546  .......  ............
 138         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CSSEQ)                                           .......  ...........  .......        4,500  .......        +4,500         PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT:
 140         DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, PETROLEUM & WATER                                 .......       38,091  .......       38,091  .......  ............         WATER EQUIPMENT:
 142         WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS                                              .......       12,581  .......       12,581  .......  ............         MEDICAL EQUIPMENT:
 143         COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL                                                  .......       11,743  .......       21,743  .......       +10,000         MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT:
 144         SHOP EQ CONTACT MAINTENANCE TRK MTD (MYP)                               .......        9,427  .......        9,427  .......  ............
 146         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MAINT EQ)                                        .......        5,439  .......        5,439  .......  ............         CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT:
 149         MISSION MODULES--ENGINEERING                                            .......        5,863  .......        5,863  .......  ............
 151         LOADERS                                                                 .......       10,202  .......       10,202  .......  ............
 155         CRANES                                                                  .......        3,812  .......        3,812  .......  ............
 158         HIGH MOBILITY ENGINEER EXCAVATOR (HMEE)                                 .......        8,675  .......        8,675  .......  ............
 159         CONST EQUIP ESP                                                         .......        5,310  .......       15,310  .......       +10,000
 160         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CONST EQUIP)                                     .......        7,192  .......        7,192  .......  ............         RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPMENT:
 161         LOGISTIC SUPPORT VESSEL (LSV)                                           .......  ...........  .......        2,000  .......        +2,000
 164         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (FLOAT/RAIL)                                      .......        3,465  .......        3,465  .......  ............         GENERATORS:
 165         GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIP                                         .......       54,397  .......       58,397  .......        +4,000         MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
 167         ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY SYSTEM                                         .......        1,315  .......        1,315  .......  ............
 169         ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MHE)                                             .......  ...........  .......        6,000  .......        +6,000         TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
 170         COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS (CTC) SUPPORT                                   .......       86,421  .......       86,421  .......  ............
 171         TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM                                             .......      241,946  .......      300,846  .......       +58,900
 172         CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER                                           .......       61,811  .......       61,811  .......  ............
 173         AVIATION COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (AVCA                           .......       40,803  .......       55,803  .......       +15,000         TEST MEASURE AND DIG EQUIPMENT (TMD):
 175         INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT (IFTE)                              .......        4,054  .......        4,054  .......  ............
 176         TEST EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION (TEMOD)                                    .......        5,214  .......        5,214  .......  ............         OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 178         RAPID EQUIPPING SOLDIER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                               .......       13,510  .......       13,510  .......  ............
 179         PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS (OPA3)                                        .......       68,044  .......       78,044  .......       +10,000
 180         BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT                                              .......        7,197  .......        7,197  .......  ............
 181         MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC EQUIPMENT (OPA-3)                                .......       10,457  .......       10,457  .......  ............
 182         PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (OTH)                                           .......        2,655  .......        2,655  .......  ............
 183         SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TESTING                                      .......        9,905  .......        9,905  .......  ............
 184         MA8975                                                                  .......        2,447  .......        2,447  .......  ............
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               TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                        .......      890,326  .......    1,047,126  .......      +156,800     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS:
 185     INITIAL SPARES--C&E;                                                         .......       44,102  .......       44,102  .......  ............
 186     INITIAL SPARES--OTHER SUPPORT EQUIP                                         .......        1,260  .......        1,260  .......  ............
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               TOTAL, SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS                                         .......       45,362  .......       45,362  .......  ............     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                             .......        9,354  .......        9,354  .......  ............
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           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                            .......    4,240,896  .......    4,685,846  .......      +444,950
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                Committee    Change from
Line             Item             2005 budget   recommen-      budget
                                    estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY         11,940       10,440       -1,500
      SETS
         Unjustified Cost       ...........  ...........       -1,500
          Growth
   5 TRUCK, DUMP, 20T (CCE)     ...........        4,500       +4,500
         Heli-Basket Module     ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Technology for the
          National Guard
   6 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL      505,664      507,664       +2,000
      VEH [FMTV]
         M100 GMENS Navigation  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          System for Family of
          Medium Tactical
          Vehicles
   7 FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED          2,198       18,448      +16,250
      FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT
         Tactical Fire          ...........  ...........      +16,250
          Fighting Equipment
          for Army National
          Guard and Reserve
   8 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL        84,038      189,038     +105,000
      VEHICLES [FHTV]
         HEMTT & Palletized     ...........  ...........      +75,000
          Load System [PLS]
         Movement Tracking      ...........  ...........      +30,000
          System [MTS]
  10 TRUCK, TRACTOR, LINE            15,314       30,314      +15,000
      HAUL, M915/M916
         M915A3 Family of       ...........  ...........      +15,000
          Military Vehicles
  22 DEFENSE SAT                     99,775      105,175       +5,400
      COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM
      (SPACE)
         Satellite-based        ...........  ...........       +5,400
          Interoperable
          Network
          Communications
          System, MO Prototype
  23 SHF TERM                        30,621       26,621       -4,000
         Unjustified cost       ...........  ...........       -4,000
          growth
  25 NAVSTAR GLOBAL                  40,067       48,067       +8,000
      POSITIONING SYSTEM
      (SPACE)
         Defense Advanced GPS   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Receiver [DAGR]
          program
         PRC-112D Search and    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Rescue Upgrade Kits
  26 SMART-T (SPACE)                 73,354       71,654       -1,700
         Unjustified cost       ...........  ...........       -1,700
          growth
  32 ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION          34,435       41,435       +7,000
      SYSTEM (DATA RADIO)
         Procurement of         ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Enhanced Position
          Location System
          [EPLRS]
  33 JTRS CLUSTER 1                 121,452      111,452      -10,000
         Excessive management   ...........  ...........      -10,000
          costs
  35 SINCGARS FAMILY                 48,614       63,014      +14,400
         Anti-Spoofing Module   ...........  ...........       +4,400
          (SAASM/TBMS)
         SINCGARS Radios for    ...........  ...........      +10,000
          the Army National
          Guard
  48 BASE SUPPORT                    40,564       69,864      +29,300
      COMMUNICATIONS
         PACMERS                ...........  ...........       +9,500
         USARPAC C4             ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Information
          Infrastructure
         Pacific Deployable C4  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          package
         Alaska Land Mobile     ...........  ...........      +13,800
          Radio
         Emergency Response     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          System--Rock Island
          Arsenal
  52 INFORMATION SYSTEMS            268,940      275,940       +7,000
         Palmtop Emergency      ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Action for Chemical
          [PEAC] Tool
  60 PROPHET GROUND (TIARA)          17,692       20,692       +3,000
         Prophet Block I        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Enhancements
  61 TUAV                           100,456      149,056      +48,600
         Shadow Tactical        ...........  ...........      +25,600
          Unmanned Aerial
          Vehicle [TUAV]
         Predator               ...........  ...........      +11,000
         RQ-5A Hunter Unmanned  ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Aerial Vehicle [UAV]
         Tactical Unmanned      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Aerial Vehicle
          Common Data Link
         Shadow TUAV            ...........  ...........       +5,000
          components
  65 TACTICAL EXPLOITATION           14,094       15,094       +1,000
      SYSTEM (TIARA)
         Tacticomp              ...........  ...........       +1,000
  70 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M            4,287        7,287       +3,000
      (TIARA)
         National Guard         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          virtual, low-cost
          infrastructure pilot
          program
  75 NIGHT VISION DEVICES           102,325      110,325       +8,000
         Mini-IR MX2 for the    ...........  ...........       +1,000
          18th Airborne Corps
         Small Tactical         ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Optical Rifle
          Mounted Micro-LASER
          Range Finding System
         AN/PEM-1 LASER         ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Borelight System
          [LBS]
  83 PROFILER                         4,963        8,363       +3,400
         Meteorological         ...........  ...........       +3,400
          Measuring Set-
          Profiler (Profiler)
  84 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC        17,444       21,444       +4,000
      SURV)
         AN/TPQ-36(V)8 Radar    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Processor
          Replacement
 100 LOGTECH                         24,416       32,416       +8,000
         Rock Island, Pine      ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Bluff, Anniston AIT
          Automation
          Initiative
 104 JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT        12,587       18,087       +5,500
      SYSTEM [JNMS]
         Joint Force Wireless   ...........  ...........       +5,500
          Redundant
          Communications for
          the National Guard
 110 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING      146,184      151,184       +5,000
      EQUIP
         Standard Army Retail   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Supply System In-
          Transit Visibility
 111 RESERVE COMPONENT               48,467       50,467       +2,000
      AUTOMATION SYS [RCAS]
         Regional Medical       ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Distributive
          Learning
 118 TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT-         17,360       32,360      +15,000
      RIBBON
         Common Bridge          ...........  ...........      +15,000
          Transporter for the
          Army National Guard
 126 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M,               680        7,080       +6,400
      COUNTERMINE EQUIPMENT
         Buffalo Mine           ...........  ...........       +6,400
          Clearance Vehicles
 130 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT              7,275       12,275       +5,000
         Kevlar Helmet retro    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          fit suspension
          system
 131 LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE             30       10,030      +10,000
      ENCLOSURE [LME]
         LME                    ...........  ...........      +10,000
 138 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M      ...........        4,500       +4,500
      (CSS EQ)
         RI-2200 and RI-2400    ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Long Arm High
          Intensity
          Flashlights
 143 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL          11,743       21,743      +10,000
         Chitosan Hemorrhage    ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Control Dressing-A
 159 CONST EQUIP ESP                  5,310       15,310      +10,000
         Construction           ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Equipment SLEP--ARNG/
          USAR
 161 LOGISTIC SUPPORT VESSEL    ...........        2,000       +2,000
      [LSV]
         Logistics Support      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Vessel (LSV M11200)
          Service Life
          Extension Program
 165 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED       54,397       58,397       +4,000
      EQUIP
         100kW Generators       ...........  ...........       +4,000
 169 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M      ...........        6,000       +6,000
      (MHE)
         Modular Causeway       ...........  ...........       +6,000
          System
 171 TRAINING DEVICES,              241,946      300,846      +58,900
      NONSYSTEM
         Laser Markmanship      ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Training System
         MOUT Instrumentation-- ...........  ...........       +2,400
          Fort Bragg
         Combat Arms Training   ...........  ...........       +7,500
          System for the Army
          National Guard
         172nd SIB range        ...........  ...........      +15,000
          improvement plan
         USARPAC SBCT C4        ...........  ...........       +6,000
          infrastructure
         USARPAC live           ...........  ...........       +3,000
          instrumented
          training
         Call For Fire Trainer/ ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Joint Fires and
          Effects Trainer
          System
         Non-systems Training   ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Devices for Up-
          Armored HMMWV and
          Tactical Truck
          Trainers
 173 AVIATION COMBINED ARMS          40,803       55,803      +15,000
      TACTICAL TRAINER [AVCA]
         U.S. Army Aviation     ...........  ...........      +15,000
          Combined Arms
          Tactical Trainer
 179 PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS       68,044       78,044      +10,000
      (OPA3)
         East Battlefield Anti- ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Intrusion System
          [BAIS]
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Joint Tactical Radio System [JTRS].--It is currently the 
policy of the Department of Defense that any radio purchased 
including those necessary to go to war, will require a JTRS 
waiver. The continued enforcement of this policy, in the 
absence of any JTRS solutions, has made it very difficult for 
commanders to appropriately equip deploying units with 
essential communications in a timely manner. The Committee 
believes that the JTRS waiver process adds a significant and 
unnecessary burden to the purchase of urgently required mission 
equipment.
    While the Committee understands the rationale for issuing a 
blanket policy with regard to JTRS communications equipment, 
the Committee notes the bottleneck that this policy has caused. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of 
Defense for Networks and Information Integration to report back 
to the congressional defense committees no later than January 
3, 2005 on a new plan which establishes and describes a process 
which allows the rapid fielding of radios, terminals, or other 
communications systems which are not JTRS compliant. Further, 
this report should address the option of suspending the JTRS 
waiver process until JTRS solutions are available for fielding.
    Additionally, the Committee is concerned that the Joint 
Tactical Radio System program support costs have been assigned 
to several different accounts within the Army, and in doing so 
have escalated to an excessive level. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $10,000,000 from the procurement line 
due to excessive management costs.
    SINCGARS Power Alternatives.--The wide scale use of 
SINCGARS communications platforms has created a significant 
power supply problem for deployed units in both Iraq and 
Afghanistan. The dependence of SINCGARS radios on battery power 
has resulted in tremendous operational costs as a result of 
constantly replacing disposable batteries and corresponding 
battery shortages.
    The Committee is aware of low cost, lightweight AC power 
supplies for SINCGARS that have been purchased by various units 
in the field to address this systemic problem. The Committee 
recommends that the Secretary of the Army conduct a 
comprehensive review of the costs associated with an over 
reliance on batteries and whether or not the Army would be 
better served by supplementing units using SINCGARS with AC 
power supply solutions to reduce battery usage and increase 
SINCGARS availability.
    Maintenance Support Device.--The Committee is concerned by 
recent decisions made by the Army to terminate funding for the 
Maintenance Support Device, which is a vital Test Measurement 
Diagnostic Equipment [TMDE] asset providing a comprehensive 
maintenance and diagnostic system to our warfighters and 
maintainers in the field. This action could have a 
substantially negative impact on force readiness.
    Calibration Sets Equipment Modernization.--The Committee 
notes, with concern, that the President's budget request 
contains no funding for Calibration Sets [CALSETS], and that 
the Army has not completed the procurement and fielding of 
CALSETS. The Committee further notes that this decision places 
a particular burden on the Guard and Reserve forces, and given 
the increased reliance on the Army Total Force to support 
worldwide contingency operations, it is imperative that these 
critical assets be available across the entire force for both 
training and deployment. The Committee directs the Army to 
report back to the congressional defense committees no later 
than January 3, 2005 on the Army plan to ensure that there are 
adequate resources to continue fielding this equipment across 
the Army Total Force.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $9,110,848,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   8,767,867,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,899,367,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,899,367,000. This is $131,500,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                               AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY     COMBAT AIRCRAFT:
   1     AV-8B (V/STOL) HARRIER (MYP)                                                .......       $4,659  .......       $4,659  .......  ............
   2     EA-18G (AP-CY)                                                              .......        8,243  .......        8,243  .......  ............
   3     F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP)                                                 42    2,907,456       42    2,907,456  .......  ............
   4     F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP) (AP-CY)                                    .......       78,306  .......       78,306  .......  ............
   5     V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)                                                                8      846,571        8      846,571  .......  ............
   6     V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT) (AP-CY)                                                  .......       71,490  .......       71,490  .......  ............
   7     UH-1Y/AH-1Z                                                                       9      241,792        9      241,792  .......  ............
   8     MH-60S (MYP)                                                                     15      295,595       15      295,595  .......  ............
   9     MH-60S (MYP) (AP-CY)                                                        .......      105,159  .......      105,159  .......  ............
  10     MH-60R                                                                            8      338,491        8      338,491  .......  ............
  11     MH-60R (AP-CY)                                                              .......       70,604  .......       70,604  .......  ............
  12     E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP)                                                2      211,537        2      211,537  .......  ............
  13     E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP) (AP-CY)                                  .......       36,413  .......       36,413  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                                                    .......    5,216,316  .......    5,216,316  .......  ............     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
  14     UC-35                                                                       .......  ...........        1       16,000       +1      +$16,000
  15     C-40A                                                                             1       65,224        1       65,224  .......  ............
  16     C-37                                                                              1       53,331        2      106,631       +1       +53,300
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                                                   .......      118,555  .......      187,855  .......       +69,300     TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
  17     T-48 (T-39 REPLACEMENT)                                                           1       52,435  .......  ...........       ^1       ^52,435
  18     T-45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK                                                          8      253,589       10      306,024       +2       +52,435
  19     JPATS                                                                       .......        2,534  .......       14,534  .......       +12,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRAINER AIRCRAFT                                                   .......      308,558  .......      320,558  .......       +12,000     OTHER AIRCRAFT:
  20     KC-130J                                                                           4      278,686        4      278,686  .......  ............
  21     ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)                                                    .......       45,531  .......       45,531  .......  ............
  22     F-5                                                                               9        4,487        9        4,487  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                     .......      328,704  .......      328,704  .......  ............     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT:
  23     EA-6 SERIES                                                                 .......      165,702  .......      175,402  .......        +9,700
  24     AV-8 SERIES                                                                 .......       20,808  .......       26,808  .......        +6,000
  26     ADVERSARY                                                                   .......        5,465  .......        5,465  .......  ............
  27     F-18 SERIES                                                                 .......      412,495  .......      412,495  .......  ............
  28     H-46 SERIES                                                                 .......       71,179  .......       71,179  .......  ............
  29     AH-1W SERIES                                                                .......        2,153  .......        7,153  .......        +5,000
  30     H-53 SERIES                                                                 .......        9,835  .......       21,835  .......       +12,000
  31     SH-60 SERIES                                                                .......       11,655  .......       11,655  .......  ............
  32     H-1 SERIES                                                                  .......        3,488  .......        8,488  .......        +5,000
  33     EP-3 SERIES                                                                 .......       28,339  .......       28,339  .......  ............
  34     P-3 SERIES                                                                  .......      134,970  .......      139,970  .......        +5,000
  35     S-3 SERIES                                                                  .......        1,861  .......        1,861  .......  ............
  36     E-2 SERIES                                                                  .......       15,124  .......       15,124  .......  ............
  37     TRAINER A/C SERIES                                                          .......       14,040  .......       14,040  .......  ............
  38     C-2A                                                                        .......       29,564  .......       29,564  .......  ............
  39     C-130 SERIES                                                                .......       15,419  .......       20,419  .......        +5,000
  40     FEWSG                                                                       .......          579  .......          579  .......  ............
  41     CARGO/TRANSPORT A/C SERIES                                                  .......        8,285  .......        8,285  .......  ............
  42     E-6 SERIES                                                                  .......       19,721  .......       19,721  .......  ............
  43     EXECUTIVE HELICOPTERS SERIES                                                .......       21,800  .......       21,800  .......  ............
  44     SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT                                                    .......       12,415  .......       12,415  .......  ............
  45     T-45 SERIES                                                                 .......       44,190  .......       44,190  .......  ............
  46     POWER PLANT CHANGES                                                         .......       24,409  .......       24,409  .......  ............
  47     JPATS SERIES                                                                .......          648  .......          648  .......  ............
  48     AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT MODS                                                  .......        7,364  .......        7,364  .......  ............
  49     COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT                                                        .......       43,163  .......       43,163  .......  ............
  50     COMMON AVIONICS CHANGES                                                     .......      167,504  .......      167,504  .......  ............
  51     ID SYSTEMS                                                                  .......        1,575  .......        1,575  .......  ............
  52     V-22 (TILT/ROTOR ACFT) OSPREY                                               .......        3,448  .......        3,448  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT                                           .......    1,297,198  .......    1,344,898  .......       +47,700     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS:
  53     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                     .......      925,813  .......      925,813  .......  ............     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  54     COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                                                     .......      474,521  .......      474,521  .......  ............
  55     AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                              .......       16,115  .......       16,115  .......  ............
  56     WAR CONSUMABLES                                                             .......        9,070  .......       11,570  .......        +2,500
  57     OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                                                    .......        9,883  .......        9,883  .......  ............
  58     SPECIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                   .......       61,553  .......       61,553  .......  ............
  59     FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                            .......        1,581  .......        1,581  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES                            .......      572,723  .......      575,223  .......        +2,500
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                         .......    8,767,867  .......    8,899,367  .......      +131,500
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  14UC-35               ..............          16,000         +16,000
        Additional      ..............  ..............         +16,000
         aircraft
  16C-37                        53,331         106,631         +53,300
        Additional      ..............  ..............         +53,300
         aircraft
  17T-48 (T-39                  52,435  ..............         -52,435
     REPLACEMENT)
        Program         ..............  ..............         -52,435
         postponed
  18T-45TS (TRAINER)           253,589         306,024         +52,435
     GOSHAWK
        Additional      ..............  ..............         +52,435
         aircraft
  19JPATS                        2,534          14,534         +12,000
        Additional      ..............  ..............         +12,000
         aircraft
  23EA-6 Series                165,702         175,402          +9,700
        EA-6B ICAP III  ..............  ..............          +9,700
         Weapons
         System
         Trainer
  24AV-8 Series                 20,808          26,808          +6,000
        Litening Pod    ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Downlink
         Development
  29AH-1W Series                 2,153           7,153          +5,000
        Super Cobra     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Night
         Targeting
         System
  30H-53 Series                  9,835          21,835         +12,000
        CH-53 IMD-HUMS  ..............  ..............         +12,000
  32H-1 Series                   3,488           8,488          +5,000
        UH-1N           ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Navigation
         Thermal
         Imaging
         System
  34P-3 Series                 134,970         139,970          +5,000
        P-3C AIP        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Tactical
         Common Data
         Link upgrade
  39C-130 Series                15,419          20,149          +5,000
        Electronic      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Propeller
         Control
         System
  56WAR CONSUMABLES              9,070          11,570          +2,500
        Navy Aerial     ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Refueling
         Store
         Advanced
         Power System
         [ARSIPS]
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       Weapons Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $2,095,784,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   2,101,529,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,222,620,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,222,620,000. This is $121,091,000 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
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY     BALLISTIC MISSILES:
   1     TRIDENT II                                                                        5      $73,067        5      $73,067  .......  ............
   2     TRIDENT II MODS                                                             .......      695,555  .......      695,555  .......  ............         SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
   3         MISSILE INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                           .......        1,334  .......        1,334  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, BALLISTIC MISSILES                                             .......      769,956  .......      769,956  .......  ............     OTHER MISSILES:
         STRATEGIC MISSILES:
   4         TOMAHAWK                                                                    293      256,196      316      293,196      +23      +$37,000
   5         ESSM                                                                         71       80,313       71       80,313  .......  ............         TACTICAL MISSILES:
   6         AMRAAM                                                                       46       33,914       46       28,914  .......        ^5,000
   7         SIDEWINDER                                                                  157       35,177      157       31,377  .......        ^3,800
   8         JSOW                                                                        389      139,407      389      144,407  .......        +5,000
  10         STANDARD MISSILE                                                             75      150,098       75      150,098  .......  ............
  11         RAM                                                                          90       47,412       90       47,412  .......  ............
  12         AERIAL TARGETS                                                          .......       72,686  .......       72,686  .......  ............
  13         DRONES AND DECOYS                                                       .......  ...........  .......       20,000  .......       +20,000
  14         OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT                                                   .......       10,385  .......       10,385  .......  ............         MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:
  17         STANDARD MISSILES MODS                                                  .......       51,790  .......       51,790  .......  ............         SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
  18         WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                           .......        4,037  .......       41,037  .......       +37,000         ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
  19         ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              .......       56,073  .......       56,073  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                                                 .......      937,488  .......    1,027,688  .......       +90,200     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT:
         TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP:
  20         ASW TARGETS                                                             .......       23,973  .......       23,973  .......  ............         MOD OF TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP:
  21         MK-46 TORPEDO MODS                                                      .......       61,413  .......       61,413  .......  ............
  22         MK-48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS                                                .......       61,185  .......       61,185  .......  ............
  23         QUICKSTRIKE MINE                                                        .......        2,981  .......        2,981  .......  ............         SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
  24         TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                               .......       23,401  .......       23,401  .......  ............
  25         ASW RANGE SUPPORT                                                       .......       12,935  .......       12,935  .......  ............         DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION:
  26         FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                        .......        3,123  .......        3,123  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT                                .......      189,011  .......      189,011  .......  ............     OTHER WEAPONS:
         GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS:
  27         SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS                                                  .......        2,195  .......        2,195  .......  ............
  28         COAST GUARD WEAPONS                                                     .......        5,349  .......  ...........  .......        ^5,349         MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS:
  30         CIWS MODS                                                               .......       86,128  .......      106,128  .......       +20,000
  32         GUN MOUNT MODS                                                          .......       25,858  .......       60,858  .......       +35,000         OTHER:
  33         TACTICAL UAV--PIONEER                                                   .......        8,775  .......        8,775  .......  ............
  34         CRUISER MODERNIZATION                                                   .......        8,760  .......  ...........  .......        ^8,760
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS                                                  .......      137,065  .......      177,956  .......       +40,891  36 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                         .......       68,009  .......       58,009  .......       ^10,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                          .......    2,101,529  .......    2,222,620  .......      +121,091
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4 TOMAHAWK                  256,196         293,196         +37,000
         Additional     ..............  ..............         +37,000
          Missiles
   6 AMRAAM                     33,914          28,914          -5,000
         Production     ..............  ..............          -5,000
          Support
          continuity
          with USAF
   7 SIDEWINDER                 35,177          31,377          -3,800
         Accounting/    ..............  ..............          -3,800
          Pricing
          Inconsistenc
          ies
   8 JSOW                      139,407         144,407          +5,000
         JSOW-C         ..............  ..............          +5,000
  13 DRONES AND DECOYS  ..............          20,000         +20,000
         ITALD          ..............  ..............         +20,000
  18 WEAPONS                     4,037          41,037         +37,000
      INDUSTRIAL
      FACILITIES
         ABL Facility   ..............  ..............         +34,500
          Restoration
         Bacchus Naval  ..............  ..............          +2,500
          Industrial
          Plant
  28 COAST GUARD                 5,349  ..............          -5,349
      WEAPONS
         Lack of        ..............  ..............          -5,349
          Justificatio
          n
  30 CIWS MODS                  86,128         106,128         +20,000
         Additional     ..............  ..............         +20,000
          BLK 1B Kits
  32 GUN MOUNT MODS             25,858          60,858         +35,000
         Mk 45 Mod 4 5  ..............  ..............         +10,000
          inch Gun
          Upgrades
         57mm Gun       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          Qualificatio
          n and Test
         Minor Caliber  ..............  ..............         +10,000
          Gun
  34 CRUISER                     8,760  ..............          -8,760
      MODERNIZATION
      WEAPONS
         Program        ..............  ..............          -8,760
          Reduction
  36 SPARES AND REPAIR          68,009          58,009         -10,000
      PARTS
         Unjustified    ..............  ..............         -10,000
          Growth
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Phalanx Close-In Weapons System [CIWS].--The Committee 
recommends an increase of $20,000,000 for procurement of CIWS 
Block 1B upgrade kits. The Committee is concerned that the Navy 
significantly reduced its procurement request for CIWS in 
fiscal year 2005 and changed the installation plans for the 
system. The Committee is concerned that the revised 
installation plans will only partially outfit ships with the 
Block 1B upgrade, that is, not upgrade all a ship's CIWS 
simultaneously but rather in an incremental fashion. The 
Committee believes this plan to be inefficient and provides 
additional funding to facilitate the full outfitting of ships 
with the CIWS Block 1B capability.

            Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $934,905,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     858,640,000
Committee recommendation................................     881,140,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $881,140,000. 
This is $22,500,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                        PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE CORPS     PROC AMMO, NAVY:
         NAVY AMMUNITION:
   1         GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                                                   .......     $181,452  .......     $181,452  .......  ............
   2         JDAM                                                                      6,620      151,189    6,620      151,189  .......  ............
   3         AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                                             .......       34,151  .......       34,151  .......  ............
   4         MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION                                                  .......       25,674  .......       29,674  .......       +$4,000
   5         PRACTICE BOMBS                                                          .......       53,577  .......       53,577  .......  ............
   6         CARTRIDGES & CART ACTUATED DEVICES                                      .......       26,182  .......       26,182  .......  ............
   7         AIRCRAFT ESCAPE ROCKETS                                                 .......       10,735  .......       10,735  .......  ............
   8         AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES                                          .......       48,674  .......       48,674  .......  ............
   9         JATOS                                                                   .......        4,502  .......        4,502  .......  ............
  10         5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION                                                .......       19,749  .......       19,749  .......  ............
  11         EXTENDED RANGE GUIDED MUNITIONS (ERGM)                                  .......          500  .......          500  .......  ............
  12         76MM GUN AMMUNITION                                                     .......        1,153  .......        1,153  .......  ............
  13         OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION                                               .......       19,199  .......       19,199  .......  ............
  14         SMALL ARMS & LANDING PARTY AMMO                                         .......       23,235  .......       23,235  .......  ............
  15         PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION                                              .......       10,133  .......       10,133  .......  ............
  18         AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                         .......        3,135  .......        3,135  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROC AMMO, NAVY                                                .......      613,240  .......      617,240  .......        +4,000     PROC AMMO, MC:
         MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION:
  19         5.56 MM, ALL TYPES                                                      .......       35,129  .......       35,129  .......  ............
  20         7.62 MM, ALL TYPES                                                      .......        8,708  .......        8,708  .......  ............
  21         LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES                                               .......       10,286  .......       20,286  .......       +10,000
  22         .50 CALIBER                                                             .......        1,898  .......        1,898  .......  ............
  23         40 MM, ALL TYPES                                                        .......       23,614  .......       25,614  .......        +2,000
  24         60MM, ALL TYPES                                                         .......       10,446  .......       12,946  .......        +2,500
  25         81MM, ALL TYPES                                                         .......       24,319  .......       25,319  .......        +1,000
  26         120MM, ALL TYPES                                                        .......       15,365  .......       15,365  .......  ............
  27         CTG 25MM, ALL TYPES                                                     .......        3,749  .......        3,749  .......  ............
  28         9 MM ALL TYPES                                                          .......        7,644  .......        7,644  .......  ............
  29         GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                                     .......        5,042  .......        5,042  .......  ............
  31         ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                                                      .......       14,050  .......       17,050  .......        +3,000
  32         ARTILLERY, ALL TYPES                                                    .......       55,599  .......       55,599  .......  ............
  33         EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTING VEHICLE                                          .......        2,474  .......        2,474  .......  ............
  34         DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                                         .......        3,270  .......        3,270  .......  ............
  35         FUZE, ALL TYPES                                                         .......       13,816  .......       13,816  .......  ............
  36         NON LETHALS                                                             .......        1,145  .......        1,145  .......  ............
  37         AMMO MODERNIZATION                                                      .......        7,123  .......        7,123  .......  ............
  38         ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              .......        1,723  .......        1,723  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROC AMMO, MC                                                  .......      245,400  .......      263,900  .......       +18,500
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE CORPS                       .......      858,640  .......      881,140  .......       +22,500
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4MACHINE GUN                 25,674          29,674          +4,000
     AMMUNITION
        Cartridge, 20   ..............  ..............          +4,000
         mm, Linkless,
         PGU-28A/B
  21LINEAR CHARGES,             10,286          20,286         +10,000
     ALL TYPES
        Anti-Personnel  ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Obstacle
         Breaching
         System
         [APOBS]
        Charge,         ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Demolition,
         High
         Explosive
         [HE], Linear,
         M58A4
        Charge,         ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Demolition,
         High
         Explosive
         [HE], Linear,
         M59A1
  2340 MM, ALL TYPES            23,614          25,614          +2,000
        Cartridge, 40   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         mm, HEDP,
         Linked, M430/
         M430A1
  2460 MM, ALL TYPES            10,446          12,946          +2,500
        Cartridge,      ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Mortar, 60
         mm, High
         Explosive,
         M720A1
  2581 MM, ALL TYPES            24,319          25,319          +1,000
        Cartridge,      ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Mortar, 81
         mm, M853A1
  31ROCKETS, ALL TYPES          14,050          17,050          +3,000
        Rocket, 83 mm,  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         High
         Explosive
         Dual Mode
         (SMAW)
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $11,467,623,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   9,962,027,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,171,643,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,171,643,000. This is $209,616,000 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
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY     OTHER WARSHIPS:
   2     CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (AP-CY)                                         .......     $626,084  .......     $485,184  .......     ^$140,900
   4     VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE                                                          1    1,581,143        1    1,581,143  .......  ............
   5     VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE (AP-CY)                                            .......      871,864  .......      871,864  .......  ............
   6     SSGN CONVERSION                                                                   1      469,226        1      469,226  .......  ............
   7     SSGN CONVERSION (AP-CY)                                                     .......       48,000  .......       48,000  .......  ............
   9     CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY)                                             .......      333,061  .......      223,061  .......      ^110,000
  11     SSN ERO (AP-CY)                                                             .......       19,368  .......       19,368  .......  ............
  12     SSBN ER0                                                                          1      262,229        1      262,229  .......  ............
  13     SSBN ERO (AP-CY)                                                            .......       72,171  .......       72,171  .......  ............
  14     DDG-51                                                                            3    3,444,950        3    3,444,950  .......  ............
 14B     DD(X) (AP-CY)                                                               .......  ...........  .......      320,516  .......      +320,516
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS                                                     .......    7,728,096  .......    7,797,712  .......       +69,616     AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS:
  15     LHD-1 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP                                               .......      236,018  .......      236,018  .......  ............
 15B     LHA (R) (AP-CY)                                                             .......  ...........  .......      175,000  .......      +175,000
  16     LPD-17                                                                            1      966,559        1      966,559  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS                                                   .......    1,202,577  .......    1,377,577  .......      +175,000     AUXILIARIES, CRAFT AND PRIOR YEAR PROGRAM COSTS:
  18     LCU (X)                                                                           1       25,048        1       25,048  .......  ............
  19     OUTFITTING                                                                  .......      399,327  .......      349,327  .......       ^50,000
  20     SERVICE CRAFT                                                               .......       32,099  .......       32,099  .......  ............
  21     LCAC SLEP                                                                         5       90,490        5       90,490  .......  ............
  24     COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS                                      .......      484,390  .......      484,390  .......  ............
 24A     POWER UNIT FACILITY                                                         .......  ...........  .......       15,000  .......       +15,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM                         .......    1,031,354  .......      996,354  .......       ^35,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY                                    .......    9,962,027  .......   10,171,643  .......      +209,616
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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           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 CARRIER                   626,084         485,184        -140,900
      REPLACEMENT
      PROGRAM (FY05
      for 07)
         Premature      ..............  ..............        -140,900
          Request
   9 CVN REFUELING             333,061         223,061        -110,000
      OVERHAULS AP
      (FY05 for 06)
         Premature      ..............  ..............        -110,000
          Request
14 B DD(X) (AP)         ..............         320,516        +320,516
         Transfer from  ..............  ..............        +221,116
          R&D;, Navy
         DD(X) (FY07)   ..............  ..............         +99,400
15 B LHA-R (AP)         ..............         175,000        +175,000
  19 OUTFITTING                399,327         349,327         -50,000
         Program        ..............  ..............         -50,000
          Reduction
24 A Power Unit         ..............          15,000         +15,000
      Assembly
      Facility
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    DD(X) Destroyer Program.--The Committee recommends 
supporting the President's budget request for the DD(X) 
Destroyer program but holds that construction of the ship 
should be funded within the shipbuilding and conversion account 
in a manner consistent with prior shipbuilding programs. The 
Committee is encouraged by the Navy's willingness to propose 
nontraditional means of overcoming the enormous financial 
burden that ship cost overruns and prior year bills place upon 
the shipbuilding budget, but finds that such costs would not be 
eliminated but rather obscured by funding ship construction in 
the research and development account. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends transferring $221,116,000 of research and 
development funding to the Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy 
account and directs the Navy to fund future ship construction 
programs within the shipbuilding and conversion account. In 
addition, the Committee recommends providing $99,400,000 in 
advance procurement funding for the second DD(X) ship to be 
constructed at a second source shipyard.
    LHA(R).--The Committee is aware of the Navy and Marine 
Corps team's desire to accelerate the current fiscal year 2008 
build plan for the next generation large deck amphibious 
assault ship. The Committee's understanding is that the 
recently signed requirements plan calls for the construction of 
LHA(R) Flight Zero or an affordable variant of the LHD Class 
that is designed to support increased air operations and fuel 
capacity. The Committee recommends $175,000,000 in funding for 
LHA(R) Flight Zero with the unwavering expectation that the 
Navy will include follow-on funding for the ship in its fiscal 
year 2006 budget request. Further, the Committee directs the 
Secretary of the Navy to submit a detailed report to the 
congressional defense committees on the acquisition strategy 
and overall program plan for the LHA(R) by March 31, 2005.

                        Other Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $4,941,098,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   4,834,278,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,797,025,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,797,025,000. This is $37,253,000 below the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
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                                 OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY     SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT:
   1         LM-2500 GAS TURBINE                                                     .......       $9,009  .......       $9,009  .......  ............
   2         ALLISON 501K GAS TURBINE                                                .......       22,271  .......       22,271  .......  ............         PROPELLERS:
   3         SUBMARINE PROPELLERS                                                    .......  ...........  .......        7,000  .......       +$7,000         NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:
   4         OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT                                              .......       16,180  .......       16,180  .......  ............         UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT:
   5         UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT                                        .......        1,530  .......        1,530  .......  ............         PERISCOPES:
   6         SUB PERISCOPES & IMAGING EQUIP                                                5       62,050        5       62,050  .......  ............         OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT:
   7         FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT                                                  .......       24,731  .......       24,731  .......  ............
   8         COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCHBOARD                                         .......        3,768  .......        3,768  .......  ............
   9         POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                                             .......       42,612  .......       42,612  .......  ............
  10         SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                             .......       21,181  .......       26,181  .......        +5,000
  11         VIRGINIA CLASS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                        .......       56,051  .......       56,051  .......  ............
  12         SUBMARINE BATTERIES                                                     .......       26,077  .......       26,077  .......  ............
  13         STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                                        .......       55,166  .......       55,166  .......  ............
  14         DSSP EQUIPMENT                                                          .......       21,131  .......       21,131  .......  ............
  15         CG-MODERNIZATION                                                        .......      114,139  .......  ...........  .......      ^114,139
  16         LCAC                                                                    .......        8,365  .......        8,365  .......  ............
  17         MINESWEEPING EQUIPMENT                                                  .......        8,046  .......        8,046  .......  ............
  18         ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              .......      148,637  .......      161,537  .......       +12,900
  19         CHEMICAL WARFARE DETECTORS                                              .......        4,725  .......        4,725  .......  ............
  20         SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                           .......       13,940  .......       13,940  .......  ............         REACTOR PLANT EQUIPMENT:
  21         REACTOR POWER UNITS                                                     .......      356,372  .......      356,372  .......  ............
  22         REACTOR COMPONENTS                                                      .......      217,175  .......      217,175  .......  ............         OCEAN ENGINEERING:
  23         DIVING AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT                                            .......        8,875  .......        8,875  .......  ............         SMALL BOATS:
  24         STANDARD BOATS                                                          .......       18,328  .......       18,328  .......  ............         TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
  25         OTHER SHIPS TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                          .......        8,848  .......        8,848  .......  ............         PRODUCTION FACILITIES EQUIPMENT:
  26         OPERATING FORCES IPE                                                    .......       22,384  .......       26,384  .......        +4,000         OTHER SHIP SUPPORT:
  27         NUCLEAR ALTERATIONS                                                     .......      133,999  .......      133,999  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                        .......    1,425,590  .......    1,340,351  .......       ^85,239     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
         SHIP RADARS:
  29         SPQ-9B RADAR                                                            .......        3,584  .......       10,584  .......        +7,000         SHIP SONARS:
  33         SSN ACOUSTICS                                                           .......      225,028  .......      228,028  .......        +3,000
  34         UUV PROGRAM                                                             .......       61,253  .......  ...........  .......       ^61,253
  35         UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                      .......       14,116  .......       19,116  .......        +5,000
  36         SONAR SWITCHES AND TRANSDUCERS                                          .......       13,330  .......       13,330  .......  ............         ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
  37         SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYSTEM                                       .......       20,857  .......       20,857  .......  ............
  38         SSTD                                                                    .......       22,273  .......       22,273  .......  ............
  39         FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                               .......       55,325  .......       55,325  .......  ............
  40         SURTASS                                                                 .......        7,166  .......        7,166  .......  ............
  41         ASW OPERATIONS CENTER                                                   .......        5,100  .......        5,100  .......  ............         ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT:
  42         AN/SLQ-32                                                               .......       18,728  .......       18,728  .......  ............
  43         INFORMATION WARFARE SYSTEMS                                             .......        4,034  .......        4,034  .......  ............         RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT:
  44         SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT                                                    .......       69,194  .......       69,194  .......  ............         SUBMARINE SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT:
  45         SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT PROG                                        .......       78,968  .......       88,968  .......       +10,000         OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
  47         COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY                                       .......       57,531  .......       57,531  .......  ............
  48         GCCS-M EQUIPMENT                                                        .......       63,363  .......       63,363  .......  ............
  49         NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM (NTCSS)                           .......       26,208  .......       26,208  .......  ............
  50         ATDLS                                                                   .......        2,386  .......        2,386  .......  ............
  51         MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT                                               3       77,956        3       68,656  .......        ^9,300
  52         NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS (SPACE)                                           .......       11,650  .......       11,650  .......  ............
  53         ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV                                               .......        4,170  .......        4,170  .......  ............
  54         STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                                        .......        5,265  .......        5,265  .......  ............
  56         OTHER TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                                .......       42,913  .......       42,913  .......  ............         AVIATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
  57         MATCALS                                                                 .......       15,614  .......       15,614  .......  ............
  58         SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                           .......        7,695  .......        7,695  .......  ............
  59         AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM                                        .......       12,515  .......       12,515  .......  ............
  60         NATIONAL AIR SPACE SYSTEM                                               .......       16,122  .......       16,122  .......  ............
  61         AIR STATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                           .......        3,640  .......        3,640  .......  ............
  62         MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM                                                .......        7,232  .......        7,232  .......  ............
  63         FACSFAC                                                                 .......        3,712  .......        3,712  .......  ............
  64         ID SYSTEMS                                                              .......       18,296  .......       18,296  .......  ............
  65         TAC A/C MISSION PLANNING SYS(TAMPS)                                     .......        9,098  .......        9,098  .......  ............         OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
  66         DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONT                                       .......       32,469  .......       32,469  .......  ............
  69         COMMON IMAGERY GROUND SURFACE SYSTEMS                                   .......       53,173  .......       45,173  .......        ^8,000
  70         RADIAC                                                                  .......        9,087  .......        9,087  .......  ............
  71         GPETE                                                                   .......        7,010  .......        7,010  .......  ............
  72         INTEG COMBAT SYSTEM TEST FACILITY                                       .......        4,662  .......        4,662  .......  ............
  73         EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION                                             .......        5,872  .......        5,872  .......  ............
  74         ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              .......       12,058  .......       12,058  .......  ............         SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS:
  75         SHIPBOARD TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS                                       .......       14,077  .......       14,077  .......  ............
  76         SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION                                          .......      159,718  .......      159,718  .......  ............
  77         COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER $5M                                          .......       11,921  .......       14,921  .......        +3,000         SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS:
  78         SHORE LF/VLF COMMUNICATIONS                                             .......       17,802  .......       17,802  .......  ............
  79         SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT                                       .......       94,533  .......      104,533  .......       +10,000         SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:
  80         SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                        .......      130,564  .......      130,564  .......  ............         SHORE COMMUNICATIONS:
  81         JCS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT                                            .......        3,023  .......        3,023  .......  ............
  82         ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS                                                .......        1,291  .......        1,291  .......  ............
  83         NSIPS                                                                   .......          289  .......          289  .......  ............
  84         JEDMICS                                                                 .......  ...........  .......        7,500  .......        +7,500
  85         NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS                                              .......       57,066  .......       57,066  .......  ............         CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT:
  86         INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM (ISSP)                                    .......       88,418  .......       88,418  .......  ............         CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT:
  87         CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP                                        .......       26,111  .......       26,111  .......  ............         OTHER ELECTRONIC SUPPORT:
  88         COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT                                                   .......        7,638  .......        7,638  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT                       .......    1,721,104  .......    1,688,051  .......       ^33,053     AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         SONOBUOYS:
  90         SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES                                                    .......       50,081  .......       50,081  .......  ............         AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
  91         WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         .......       44,643  .......       52,643  .......        +8,000
  92         EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELDS                                                 .......        7,527  .......        7,527  .......  ............
  93         AIRCRAFT REARMING EQUIPMENT                                             .......       11,667  .......       11,667  .......  ............
  94         AIRCRAFT LAUNCH & RECOVERY EQUIPMENT                                    .......       21,275  .......       21,275  .......  ............
  95         METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT                                                .......       20,134  .......       20,134  .......  ............
  96         OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT                                            .......        1,438  .......        1,438  .......  ............
  97         AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT                                                   .......       19,040  .......       37,540  .......       +18,500
  98         AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES                                           .......       73,081  .......       68,681  .......        ^4,400
  99         LAMPS MK III SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT                                        .......       16,433  .......       16,433  .......  ............
 100         OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                        .......        6,157  .......        6,157  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                     .......      271,476  .......      293,576  .......       +22,100     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         SHIP GUN SYSTEM EQUIPMENT:
 102         NAVAL FIRES CONTROL SYSTEM                                              .......        7,610  .......        2,849  .......        ^4,761
 103         GUN FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT                                              .......       11,481  .......       11,481  .......  ............         SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT:
 104         NATO SEASPARROW                                                         .......       25,453  .......       25,453  .......  ............
 105         RAM GMLS                                                                .......       22,968  .......       26,968  .......        +4,000
 106         SHIP SELF DEFENSE SYSTEM                                                .......       42,130  .......       42,130  .......  ............
 107         AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                 .......       57,517  .......       66,517  .......        +9,000
 108         SURFACE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                      .......       69,732  .......       69,732  .......  ............
 109         SUBMARINE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIP                                        .......        5,469  .......        5,469  .......  ............
 110         VERTICAL LAUNCH SYSTEMS                                                 .......        9,829  .......        9,829  .......  ............         FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 111         STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIP                                         .......      102,073  .......      102,073  .......  ............         ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 112         SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS                                              .......      147,481  .......      147,481  .......  ............
 113         SUBMARINE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         .......        4,849  .......        4,849  .......  ............
 114         SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                           .......        4,539  .......       13,039  .......        +8,500
 115         ASW RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                             .......        7,175  .......        7,175  .......  ............         OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 116         EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP                                       .......       25,058  .......       29,758  .......        +4,700
 117         ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              .......        4,037  .......        4,037  .......  ............         OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE:
 118         ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM                                          .......       46,553  .......       57,653  .......       +11,100
 119         SURFACE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                                            .......        6,347  .......        6,347  .......  ............
 120         SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                                          .......       39,405  .......       45,405  .......        +6,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                     .......      639,706  .......      678,245  .......       +38,539     CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 122     PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                                                 .......        1,507  .......        1,507  .......  ............
 123     GENERAL PURPOSE TRUCKS                                                      .......        2,321  .......        2,321  .......  ............
 124     CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE EQUIP                                            .......       19,197  .......       25,197  .......        +6,000
 125     FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT                                                     .......       12,345  .......       12,345  .......  ............
 126     TACTICAL VEHICLES                                                           .......       30,926  .......       61,826  .......       +30,900
 127     AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT                                                        .......       11,607  .......       11,607  .......  ............
 128     POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                                                 .......       11,396  .......       11,396  .......  ............
 129     ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION                                                      .......       13,686  .......       13,686  .......  ............
 130     PHYSICAL SECURITY VEHICLES                                                  .......        1,125  .......        1,125  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                .......      104,110  .......      141,010  .......       +36,900     SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 131     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT                                                .......       12,754  .......       12,754  .......  ............
 132     OTHER SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              .......       11,523  .......       19,523  .......        +8,000
 133     FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                            .......        5,578  .......        5,578  .......  ............
 134     SPECIAL PURPOSE SUPPLY SYSTEMS                                              .......       82,158  .......       82,158  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                           .......      112,013  .......      120,013  .......        +8,000     PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
         TRAINING DEVICES:
 135         TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              .......       18,756  .......       18,756  .......  ............         COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
 136         COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                               .......       20,658  .......       30,658  .......       +10,000
 137         EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                             .......        5,507  .......        5,507  .......  ............
 138         MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                               .......        8,459  .......        8,459  .......  ............
 140         OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                      .......        7,826  .......        9,826  .......        +2,000
 141         MOBILE SENSOR PLATFORM                                                  .......       27,582  .......       27,582  .......  ............
 142         ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         .......       13,155  .......       13,155  .......  ............
 143         PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                             .......      194,214  .......      157,714  .......       ^36,500
 144         CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                     .......       18,646  .......       18,646  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                        .......      314,803  .......      290,303  .......       ^24,500 148 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                         .......      245,476  .......      245,476  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                            .......    4,834,278  .......    4,797,025  .......       ^37,253
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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           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3 SUBMARINE          ..............           7,000          +7,000
      PROPELLERS
         CVN Propeller  ..............  ..............          +7,000
          Replacement
          Program
  10 SUBMARINE SUPPORT          21,181          26,181          +5,000
      EQUIPMENT
         High           ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Performance
          Brush
          Program
  15 CG-MODERNIZATION          114,139  ..............        -114,139
         Cruiser        ..............  ..............        -114,139
          Modernizatio
          n Reduction
  18 ITEMS LESS THAN           148,637         161,537         +12,900
      $5 MILLION
         Carrier        ..............  ..............          +4,900
          Weapons
          Elevators
         Fuel and       ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Engine
          Maintenance
          Savings
          Systems
          [FEMSS]
         Integrated     ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Condition
          Assessment
          Systems
          [ICAS]
         Machinery      ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Control
          Surveillance
          System for
          Gas Turbine
          Ships
  26 OPERATING FORCES           22,384          26,384          +4,000
      IPE
         IPDE           ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Enhancement
          and PDM
          Interoperabi
          lity
  29 SPQ-9B RADAR                3,584          10,584          +7,000
         AN/SPQ-9B      ..............  ..............          +7,000
          Shipboard
          Radar
          Transmitter
          Upgrade
  33 SSN ACOUSTICS             225,028         228,028          +3,000
         Common Depth   ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Sounder
  34 UUV PROGRAM                61,253  ..............         -61,253
         LMRS Program   ..............  ..............         -61,253
          Restructure
  35 UNDERSEA WARFARE           14,116          19,116          +5,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Surface Sonar  ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Windows and
          Domes
  45 SUBMARINE SUPPORT          78,968          88,968         +10,000
      EQUIPMENT
      PROGRAM
         AN/BLQ-10      ..............  ..............         +10,000
          Radar Narrow
          Band ESM
          Technology
          Re-  fresh
  51 MINESWEEPING               77,956          68,656          -9,300
      SYSTEM
      REPLACEMENT
         Mine           ..............  ..............          +2,400
          Countermeasu
          res Sea
          Bottom
          Mapping
          Project
         RMS--Buying    ..............  ..............         -11,700
          Ahead of
          Need
  69 COMMON IMAGERY             53,173          45,173          -8,000
      GROUND SURFACE
      SYSTEMS
         Joint Service  ..............  ..............          -8,000
          Imagery
          Processing
          System--Migr
          ation to
          Converged
          Architecture
  77 COMMUNICATIONS             11,921          14,921          +3,000
      ITEMS UNDER $5M
         Shipboard      ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Communicatio
          ns Upgrade
  79 SUBMARINE                  94,533         104,533         +10,000
      COMMUNICATION
      EQUIPMENT
         Submarine      ..............  ..............         +10,000
          High Data
          Rate
          Antennas
  84 JEDMICS            ..............           7,500          +7,500
         PACOM Agile    ..............  ..............          +7,500
          Coalition
          Environment
  91 WEAPONS RANGE              44,643          52,643          +8,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Joint Threat   ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Emitter
         PMRF           ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Equipment
  97 AVIATION LIFE              19,040          37,540         +18,500
      SUPPORT
         Joint          ..............  ..............         +10,000
          Technical
          Data
          Integration/
          Automated
          Maintenance
          Equipment
         Mask           ..............  ..............          +3,500
          Breathing
          Unit (MBU-23/
          P) Oxygen
          Masks
         Multi-Climate  ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Protection
          Clothing
          System
  98 AIRBORNE MINE              73,081          68,681          -4,400
      COUNTERMEASURES
         AN-AQS-20      ..............  ..............          +3,000
          Minehunting
          Sonar
         AN-AQS-20A--B  ..............  ..............          -7,400
          uying Ahead
          of Need
 102 NAVAL FIRES                 7,610           2,849          -4,761
      CONTROL SYSTEM
         Joint Fires    ..............  ..............          -4,761
          Network--Mig
          ration to
          Converged
          Architec-
          ture
 105 RAM GMLS                   22,968          26,968          +4,000
         SeaRAM System  ..............  ..............          +4,000
 107 AEGIS SUPPORT              57,517          66,517          +9,000
      EQUIPMENT
         Integrated     ..............  ..............          +9,000
          Bridge
          System
 114 SURFACE ASW                 4,539          13,039          +8,500
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         MK 32 Surface  ..............  ..............          +8,500
          Vessel
          Torpedo
          Tubes
          Remanufactur
          e
 116 EXPLOSIVE                  25,058          29,758          +4,700
      ORDNANCE
      DISPOSAL EQUIP
         SCOUT High     ..............  ..............          +4,700
          Pressure Air
          System
 118 ANTI-SHIP MISSILE          46,553          57,653         +11,100
      DECOY SYSTEM
         NULKA Decoys   ..............  ..............         +11,100
 120 SUBMARINE                  39,405          45,405          +6,000
      TRAINING DEVICE
      MODS
         INTERLOCKS     ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Development
          Tool
 124 CONSTRUCTION &             19,197          25,197          +6,000
      MAINTENANCE
      EQUIPMENT
         Earthmoving    ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Equipment--N
          aval
          Construction
          Force
 126 TACTICAL VEHICLES          30,926          61,826         +30,900
         Medium         ..............  ..............         +30,900
          Tactical
          Vehicle
          Replacement
          [MTVR]--Nava
          l
          Construction
          Force
 132 OTHER SUPPLY               11,523          19,523          +8,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Serial Number  ..............  ..............          +8,000
          Tracking
          System
 136 COMMAND SUPPORT            20,658          30,658         +10,000
      EQUIPMENT
         Man Overboard  ..............  ..............         +10,000
          Identificati
          on System
 140 OPERATING FORCES            7,826           9,826          +2,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Envelope       ..............  ..............          +2,000
          Protective
          Covers for
          Weapon
          Systems
 143 PHYSICAL SECURITY         194,214         157,714         -36,500
      EQUIPMENT
         Sea Fox        ..............  ..............          +3,500
          Remote
          Controlled
          Surface
          Vessel
         Unjustified    ..............  ..............         -40,000
          Program
          Growth
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Cruiser Modernization.--The budget request includes 
$165,999,000 for the Cruiser Modernization program. The intent 
of the program is to increase the service life of AEGIS 
Cruisers and to upgrade and modernize their combat 
capabilities. The fiscal year 2004 Defense Appropriations bill 
(Public Law 108-87) provided $102,700,000 to modernize a 
Baseline IV vessel, one of the newest ships in the fleet, as 
the first ship of the program. While the conference agreement 
provided funds to initiate the program, the conferees expressed 
concern over the Navy's proposal to upgrade one of the newest 
and most modern Cruisers in the fleet before upgrading legacy 
assets. The conferees, therefore, directed the Navy to revise 
its funding strategy to provide for an earlier modernization of 
legacy Baseline II ships and fully fund this revised strategy 
in the fiscal year 2005 budget request.
    The Committee is disappointed that the current budget 
request includes funds for modernization of another Baseline IV 
ship. In addition, the Committee is concerned that the Navy has 
not identified which Baseline IV ship will be upgraded with the 
requested funds. The failure to identify a ship makes the 
fiscal year 2005 budget estimates questionable as the cost to 
modernize each Cruiser differs based on the configuration of 
the ship. Further, the cost estimates are questionable as 
production rates differ regionally and the Navy has not 
determined where the work will be completed. Finally, the 
Committee is troubled by the Navy's decision to reduce program 
scope to compensate for program cost growth. As a result, the 
program no longer promises to provide several of the key combat 
capability upgrades originally planned. Due to the questionable 
cost estimates, the cost growth which led to termination of key 
program upgrades, and the Navy's request to once again 
modernize one of the newest ships in the fleet prior to legacy 
assets, the Committee denies the budget request and rescinds 
$89,939,000 from prior year funds available for rescission. The 
fiscal year 2005 reductions are distributed as follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                        Account                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Other Procurement, Navy...............................      $114,139,000
Weapons Procurement, Navy.............................         8,760,000
Operation and Maintenance, Navy.......................        43,100,000
                                                       -----------------
      Total...........................................       165,999,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Surface Sonar Windows and Domes.--The Committee recommends 
an increase of $5,000,000 to complete the re-design and 
fabrication of a second composite bow dome prototype for at-sea 
testing.
    MK-53 NULKA Anti-Ship Missile Decoy System.--The Committee 
recommends an increase of $11,100,000 for NULKA Decoys. This 
funding procures an additional 25 rounds to reduce the Navy's 
operational shortfall of anti-ship missile decoys. This funding 
also supports ordnance alteration kits for NULKA round 
subassemblies.
    Man Overboard Identification System.--The Committee 
recommends an additional $10,000,000 to procure Man Overboard 
Identification Systems. These systems immediately alert Navy 
ships of a man-overboard incident and also provide precision 
location of an individual in water, thereby reducing death and 
injury from such incidents.
    Littoral Combat Ship [LCS] Mission Packages.--A central 
feature of the LCS design is modular Mission Packages. The 
planned Mission Packages may consist of a combination of 
modules, manned and unmanned off-board vehicles, deployable 
sensors, and other support equipment. The Navy plans to begin 
funding Mission Modules, which will be procured independently 
from Seaframe development, in the fiscal year 2006 budget 
request under the ``Other Procurement, Navy'' account. The 
Committee feels strongly about creating an appropriate level of 
visibility to ensure an accurate accounting of total program 
costs. The Committee, therefore, directs the Navy to establish 
a ``LCS Mission Packages'' line within the account and to 
request all items (modules, vehicles, sensors, etc.) related to 
the development of LCS Mission Packages in this line as part of 
the fiscal year 2006 budget request.
    Standing Joint Force Headquarters Core Element.--The 
Committee supports the U.S. Joint Forces Command's plan to 
create a standing joint force headquarters which will provide a 
surge capability for contingencies. The Committee recommends 
that of the funds under this heading, $6,000,000 be provided 
for essential command and control equipment and deployment gear 
required to supply this surge capability.

                       Procurement, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,165,727,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,190,103,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,266,803,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,266,803,000. This is $76,700,000 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
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS     WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES:
         TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
   1         AAV7A1 PIP                                                                   60      $58,596       97      $81,796      +37      +$23,200
   2         AAAV                                                                    .......       67,701  .......       52,701  .......       ^15,000
   3         LAV PIP                                                                 .......       41,588  .......       41,588  .......  ............
   5         MODIFICATION KITS (TRKD VEH)                                            .......       11,844  .......       11,844  .......  ............
   6         M1A1 FIREPOWER ENHANCEMENTS                                             .......       36,873  .......       36,873  .......  ............         ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS:
   7         HIMARS                                                                        1       16,340        1       16,340  .......  ............
   8         155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER                                             97      175,445       97      175,445  .......  ............
   9         MOD KITS (ARTILLERY)                                                    .......        3,248  .......        3,248  .......  ............
  10         MARINE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM                                              .......        4,024  .......        4,024  .......  ............
  11         WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES UNDER $5 MILLION                            .......        4,888  .......        4,888  .......  ............         WEAPONS:
  12         MODULAR WEAPON SYSTEM                                                   .......       10,051  .......       10,051  .......  ............         OTHER SUPPORT:
  13         OPERATIONS OTHER THAN WAR                                               .......        1,509  .......        1,509  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES                                    .......      432,107  .......      440,307  .......        +8,200     GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT:
         GUIDED MISSILES:
  14         EADS MOD                                                                .......       10,314  .......       10,314  .......  ............
  15         JAVELIN                                                                 .......  ...........      100        7,900     +100        +7,900
  16         PEDESTAL MOUNTED STINGER (PMS) (MYP)                                    .......       10,004  .......       10,004  .......  ............
  17         HIMARS ROCKETS                                                          .......        1,325  .......        1,325  .......  ............         OTHER SUPPORT:
  19         MODIFICATION KITS                                                       .......          595  .......          595  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT                                  .......       22,238  .......       30,138  .......        +7,900     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
         VEHICLE MOUNTED RADIOS AND EQUIPMENT:
  20         SMALL UNIT REMOTE SCOUTING SYSTEM                                       .......        8,866  .......        8,866  .......  ............         COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS:
  21         UNIT OPERATIONS CENTER                                                  .......       35,933  .......       29,933  .......        ^6,000
  22         GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                            .......       21,664  .......       26,164  .......        +4,500
  23         MULTIPLE ROLE RADAR SYSTEM                                              .......        2,283  .......        2,283  .......  ............
  24         JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEMS                                            .......       26,009  .......       26,009  .......  ............
  25         TRANSITION SWITCH MODULE                                                .......        9,245  .......        9,245  .......  ............
  26         COMPLIMENTARY LOW ALTITUDE WEAPON                                       .......        4,412  .......        4,412  .......  ............         REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT:
  27         AUTO TEST EQUIP SYS                                                     .......       15,823  .......       23,323  .......        +7,500
  28         GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIP                                   .......       14,495  .......       14,495  .......  ............
  29         CALIBRATION FACILITIES                                                  .......        2,305  .......        2,305  .......  ............         RADAR + EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
  30         RADAR SET AN/TPS-59                                                     .......       24,466  .......       24,466  .......  ............         INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
  31         TACTICAL REMOTE SENSOR SYSTEM                                           .......       10,622  .......       10,622  .......  ............
  32         INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                          .......       15,842  .......       15,842  .......  ............
  33         MOD KITS (INTEL)                                                        .......        9,551  .......        9,551  .......  ............         REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
  35         GENERAL PURPOSE MECHANICAL TMDE                                         .......        1,790  .......        1,790  .......  ............         OTHER COMM/ELEC EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
  36         NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT                                                  .......       26,100  .......       46,000  .......       +19,900         OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL):
  37         ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION (COMM & ELEC)                                    .......          461  .......          461  .......  ............
  38         COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES                                               .......       61,989  .......       61,989  .......  ............
  39         COMMAND POST SYSTEMS                                                    .......        8,144  .......        8,144  .......  ............
  40         RADIO SYSTEMS                                                           .......       14,476  .......       26,476  .......       +12,000
  41         COMM SWITCHING & CONTROL SYSTEMS                                        .......       26,145  .......       26,145  .......  ............
  42         COMM & ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT                                      .......       24,778  .......       24,778  .......  ............
  43         MOD KITS MAGTF C41                                                      .......          984  .......        7,484  .......        +6,500
  44         AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS                                               .......       10,290  .......       10,290  .......  ............
  45         INTELLIGENCE C2 SYSTEMS                                                 .......        1,211  .......        1,211  .......  ............
  46         FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                                     .......       10,215  .......       10,215  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT                       .......      388,099  .......      432,499  .......       +44,400     SUPPORT VEHICLES:
         ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES:
  47         COMMERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES                                                37        1,096       37        1,096  .......  ............
  48         COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES                                               .......       11,563  .......       11,563  .......  ............         TACTICAL VEHICLES:
  49         5/4T TRUCK HMMWV (MYP)                                                    1,830      131,276    1,830      131,276  .......  ............
  51         LOGISTICS VEHICLE SYSTEM REP                                            .......        3,343  .......        3,343  .......  ............
  52         FAMILY OF TACTICAL TRAILERS                                             .......          942  .......          942  .......  ............         OTHER SUPPORT:
  53         ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              .......        3,598  .......        3,598  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, SUPPORT VEHICLES                                               .......      151,818  .......      151,818  .......  ............     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT:
         ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT:
  54         ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL EQUIP ASSORT                                      .......        2,869  .......        2,869  .......  ............
  55         COMBAT BREACHER VEHICLE                                                 .......        4,621  .......        4,621  .......  ............
  56         BULK LIQUID EQUIPMENT                                                   .......       11,524  .......       11,524  .......  ............
  57         TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS                                                   .......        5,219  .......        8,519  .......        +3,300
  58         DEMOLITION SUPPORT SYSTEMS                                              .......        3,422  .......       10,822  .......        +7,400
  59         POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED                                                .......       10,657  .......       10,657  .......  ............
  61         FAMILY OF EOD EQUIPMENT                                                 .......        4,724  .......        4,724  .......  ............
  62         BRIDGE BOATS                                                            .......        5,307  .......        5,307  .......  ............         MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
  63         AMPHIBIOUS RAID EQUIPMENT                                               .......       15,771  .......       15,771  .......  ............
  64         PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                             .......        4,979  .......        4,979  .......  ............
  65         GARRISON MOBILE ENGR EQUIP                                              .......       10,927  .......       10,927  .......  ............
  66         MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP                                                 .......       21,190  .......       21,190  .......  ............
  67         FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                        .......        5,715  .......        5,715  .......  ............         GENERAL PROPERTY:
  68         FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                                                 .......        6,027  .......        9,527  .......        +3,500
  69         TRAINING DEVICES                                                        .......       24,214  .......       26,214  .......        +2,000
  70         CONTAINER FAMILY                                                        .......        5,244  .......        5,244  .......  ............
  71         FAMILY OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT                                        .......       15,067  .......       15,067  .......  ............         OTHER SUPPORT:
  73         FAMILY OF INCIDENT RESPONSE                                             .......        2,804  .......        2,804  .......  ............
  74         MODIFICATION KITS                                                       .......        2,901  .......        2,901  .......  ............
  75         ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              .......        5,713  .......        5,713  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT                                   .......      168,895  .......      185,095  .......       +16,200  77 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                         .......       26,946  .......       26,946  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS                                          .......    1,190,103  .......    1,266,803  .......       +76,700
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1AAV7A1 PIP                  58,596          81,796         +23,200
        Assault         ..............  ..............         +23,200
         Amphibious
         Vehicle [AAV]
         RAM/RS
         Upgrade
   2EXPEDITIONARY               67,701          52,701         -15,000
     FIGHTING VEHICLE
        Industrial and  ..............  ..............         -15,000
         Tooling
         Equipment--Pr
         oduction
         Facility and
         Execution
         Delays
  15JAVELIN             ..............           7,900          +7,900
        Additional      ..............  ..............          +7,900
         JAVELIN Anti-
         Tank Missiles
  21UNIT OPERATIONS             35,933          29,933          -6,000
     CENTER
        Baseline        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Combat
         Operations
         Center
        Support Costs   ..............  ..............          -8,000
         Growth
  22GLOBAL COMBAT               21,664          26,164          +4,500
     SUPPORT SYSTEM
        GCSS Logistics  ..............  ..............          +4,500
         Modernization
  27AUTO TEST EQUIP             15,823          23,323          +7,500
     SYS
        Digitization    ..............  ..............          +7,500
         of Technical
         and
         Operations
         Manuals
  36NIGHT VISION                26,100          46,000         +19,900
     EQUIPMENT
        AN/PEQ-2A       ..............  ..............          +9,000
         Target Point,
         Illuminator,
         Aiming Lights
        AN/PVS-14       ..............  ..............          +5,800
         Miniature
         Night Vision
         Device
        AN/PVS-17       ..............  ..............          +4,100
         Miniature
         Night Vision
         Device
        Close Quarters  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Battle Sight
  40RADIO SYSTEMS               14,476          26,476         +12,000
        Lightweight     ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Multiband
         Satellite
         Terminals
         [LMST]
  43MOD KITS MAGTF C41             984           7,484          +6,500
        Communication   ..............  ..............          +6,500
         Emitter
         Sensing and
         Attacking
         System
         [CESAS]
  57TACTICAL FUEL                5,219           8,519          +3,300
     SYSTEMS
        Nitrile Rubber  ..............  ..............          +3,300
         Collapsible
         Storage Units
  58DEMOLITION SUPPORT           3,422          10,822          +7,400
     SYSTEMS
        AN/PSS-14       ..............  ..............          +7,400
         Handheld
         Standoff Mine
         Detection
         System
  68FIELD MEDICAL                6,027           9,527          +3,500
     EQUIPMENT
        Combat          ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Casualty Care
         Equipment
  69TRAINING DEVICES            24,214          26,214          +2,000
        Live Fire       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Training
         Range
         Improvements
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle [EFV].-- The Marine Corps is 
developing the EFV to replace the Amphibious Assault Vehicle, 
originally fielded in 1972, as its primary combat vehicle for 
transporting troops from ship to shore and on land. The 
Committee considers this program a critical component of the 
Marine Corps' future warfighting capabilities. The Committee, 
however, is concerned about the current delay in selection of 
an EFV production site when Low Rate Initial Production [LRIP] 
of the vehicle is scheduled to begin next year. Also of concern 
to the Committee is the slow execution of $97,195,000 
appropriated in fiscal year 2004 to procure industrial and 
special tooling equipment for installation in the EFV 
production facility. As of May 2004, the Marine Corps had 
obligated less than 1 percent of this funding. The fiscal year 
2005 request includes an additional $57,318,000 for EFV 
industrial and special tooling equipment. Due to the delays in 
execution of fiscal year 2004 funding and in the production 
site selection process, the Committee reduces the request for 
industrial equipment by $15,000,000, and directs the Marine 
Corps to inform the Committee when a production site is 
selected.
    Unit Operations Center.--The budget request includes 
$11,293,000 for support costs associated with the Unit 
Operations Center program, an increase of $10,348,000 above the 
amount requested in fiscal year 2004. As part of the 
Committee's budget review, the Marine Corps failed to provide 
adequate justification for this increase. As a result, the 
Committee reduces the request by $8,000,000.
    Digitization of Technical and Operations Manuals.--The 
Committee recommends an increase of $7,500,000 for the 
digitization of technical and operations manuals for the Native 
American Document Conversion Program. This funding shall be 
available for digitization and the development of hardware, 
software, and data storage capability in connection with 
implementation of the Service Data Management report.

                    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $12,086,201,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  13,163,174,000
Committee recommendation................................  13,547,524,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$13,547,524,000. This is $384,350,000 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
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE     COMBAT AIRCRAFT:
         TACTICAL FORCES:
   1         F-22 RAPTOR                                                                  24   $3,633,769       24   $3,603,769  .......      ^$30,000
   2         F-22 RAPTOR (AP-CY)                                                     .......      523,187  .......      523,187  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                                                .......    4,156,956  .......    4,126,956  .......       ^30,000     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
         TACTICAL AIRLIFT:
   3         C-17A (MYP)                                                                  14    2,512,479       14    2,512,479  .......  ............
   4         C-17A (MYP) (AP-CY)                                                     .......      381,800  .......      381,800  .......  ............
   5         C-17 ICS                                                                .......      945,560  .......      979,560  .......       +34,000         OTHER AIRLIFT:
   7         C-130J                                                                       11      732,505       11      769,205  .......       +36,700
   8         C-130J ADVANCE PROCUREMENT (CY)                                         .......      186,666  .......      149,966  .......       ^36,700
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                                               .......    4,759,010  .......    4,793,010  .......       +34,000     TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
         OPERATIONAL TRAINERS:
   9         JPATS                                                                        53      307,072       53      307,072  .......  ............
  9A         INTRO TO FLIGHT/AIRMANSHIP PROGRAMS                                     .......  ...........  .......          880  .......          +880     OTHER AIRCRAFT:
         HELICOPTERS:
  10         V-22 OSPREY                                                                   3      305,581        3      305,581  .......  ............
  11         V-22 OSPREY (AP-CY)                                                     .......       11,035  .......       11,035  .......  ............         MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT:
  12         CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C                                                         27        2,271       27        2,271  .......  ............         OTHER AIRCRAFT:
  13         TARGET DRONES                                                           .......       74,143  .......       71,143  .......        ^3,000
 16A         TANKER REPLACEMENT                                                      .......  ...........  .......      110,000  .......      +110,000
  17         HAEUAV                                                                        4      287,768        4      287,768  .......  ............
  18         HAEUAV (AP-CY)                                                          .......       71,863  .......       71,863  .......  ............
  19         PREDATOR UAV                                                                  9      146,609        9      146,609  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                 .......      899,270  .......    1,006,270  .......      +107,000     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT:
         STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT:
  21         B-2A                                                                    .......       96,002  .......       96,002  .......  ............
  22         B-1B                                                                    .......        8,825  .......        8,825  .......  ............
  23         B-52                                                                    .......       92,216  .......      121,116  .......       +28,900
  24         F-117                                                                   .......       13,223  .......       13,223  .......  ............         TACTICAL AIRCRAFT:
  25         A-10                                                                    .......       53,362  .......       53,362  .......  ............
  26         F-15                                                                    .......      181,602  .......      337,402  .......      +155,800
  27         F-16                                                                    .......      336,289  .......      374,289  .......       +38,000
  28         F22 RAPTOR                                                              .......       70,087  .......       70,087  .......  ............
  29         T/AT-37                                                                 .......           78  .......           78  .......  ............         AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
  30         C-5                                                                     .......       99,601  .......       99,601  .......  ............
  32         C-17A                                                                   .......       89,144  .......       89,144  .......  ............
  33         C-21                                                                    .......        1,409  .......        1,409  .......  ............
  34         C-32A                                                                   .......          187  .......          187  .......  ............
  35         C-37A                                                                   .......          351  .......          351  .......  ............         TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
  37         T6 MODIFICATIONS                                                        .......        3,850  .......        3,850  .......  ............
  38         T-38                                                                    .......      153,677  .......      153,677  .......  ............
  39         T-41 AIRCRAFT                                                           .......           89  .......           89  .......  ............
  40         T-43                                                                    .......          599  .......          599  .......  ............         OTHER AIRCRAFT:
  41         KC-10A (ATCA)                                                           .......       37,314  .......       31,014  .......        ^6,300
  42         C-12                                                                    .......       19,373  .......       19,373  .......  ............
  44         C-20 MODS                                                               .......          449  .......          449  .......  ............
  45         VC-25A MOD                                                              .......       28,031  .......       28,031  .......  ............
  46         C-40                                                                    .......          187  .......          187  .......  ............
  47         C-130                                                                   .......      110,375  .......      134,445  .......       +24,070
  48         C130J MODS                                                              .......       36,921  .......       36,921  .......  ............
  49         C-135                                                                   .......       51,905  .......       64,405  .......       +12,500
  50         C-29A MODS                                                              .......       15,953  .......       15,953  .......  ............
  51         DARP                                                                    .......      101,233  .......      101,233  .......  ............
  52         E-3                                                                     .......       36,025  .......       36,025  .......  ............
  53         E-4                                                                     .......      101,818  .......      101,818  .......  ............
  54         E-8                                                                     .......       45,302  .......       45,302  .......  ............
  55         H-1                                                                     .......        6,575  .......        6,575  .......  ............
  56         H-60                                                                    .......       95,068  .......       95,068  .......  ............
  57         OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                          .......       76,701  .......       76,701  .......  ............
  58         PREDATOR MODS                                                           .......       31,872  .......       31,872  .......  ............
  59         CV-22 MODS                                                              .......          275  .......          275  .......  ............         OTHER MODIFICATIONS:
  60         CLASSIFIED PROJECTS                                                     .......       20,880  .......       30,380  .......        +9,500
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT                             .......    2,016,848  .......    2,279,318  .......      +262,470     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS:
  61     INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                                                 .......      234,103  .......      234,103  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                   .......      234,103  .......      234,103  .......  ............     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
         COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
  62         COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                .......      223,600  .......      208,600  .......       ^15,000         POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT:
  63         B-1                                                                     .......       11,733  .......       11,733  .......  ............
  64         B-2A                                                                    .......        6,801  .......        6,801  .......  ............
  65         B-2A                                                                    .......       30,683  .......       30,683  .......  ............
  66         B-52                                                                    .......       19,405  .......       19,405  .......  ............
  67         C-130                                                                   .......        1,229  .......        1,229  .......  ............
  68         F-15 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                                            .......       13,407  .......       13,407  .......  ............
  69         F-16 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                                            .......       11,531  .......       11,531  .......  ............
  70         INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                 .......       21,082  .......       21,082  .......  ............         WAR CONSUMABLES:
  71         WAR CONSUMABLES                                                         .......       41,314  .......       41,314  .......  ............
  72         OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                                                .......      309,725  .......      334,725  .......       +25,000
  73         DEPOT MODERNIZATION                                                     .......       34,464  .......       34,464  .......  ............         CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS:
  77         DARP                                                                    .......       64,941  .......       64,941  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                      .......      789,915  .......      799,915  .......       +10,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                .......   13,163,174  .......   13,547,524  .......      +384,350
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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           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1F-22 RAPTOR              3,633,769       3,603,769         -30,000
        Execution       ..............  ..............         -30,000
   5C-17 ICS                   945,560         979,560         +34,000
        C-17            ..............  ..............         +34,000
         Maintenance
         Training
         System
   7C-130J                     732,505         769,205         +36,700
        Transfer from   ..............  ..............         +36,700
         APAF, line 8
   8C-130J                     186,666         149,966         -36,700
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -36,700
         APAF, line 7
  9AIntro to Flight/    ..............             880            +880
     Airmanship
     Programs
        Trainer         ..............  ..............            +880
         aircraft
  13TARGET DRONES               74,143          71,143          -3,000
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -3,000
         management
         costs
 16aTanker replacement  ..............         110,000        +110,000
        Advance         ..............  ..............        +110,000
         procurement
  23B-52                        92,216         121,116         +28,900
        B-52 Attrition  ..............  ..............         +28,900
         Reserve
  26F-15                       181,602         337,402        +155,800
        Air to Air      ..............  ..............          +5,800
         Interrogator/
         Identify
         Friend-or-foe
         for ANG
        Advance         ..............  ..............        +120,000
         procurement
         for F-15
        F-100 engine E- ..............  ..............         +20,000
         Kit upgrade
         for ANG F-15
         fleet
        ALQ-135 Band    ..............  ..............         +10,000
         1.5
  27F-16                       336,289         374,289         +38,000
        ANG F-16 Block  ..............  ..............         +30,000
         42 Engine
         Upgrade
         Program
        F-16 Slimline   ..............  ..............          +8,000
         V On-board
         Oxygen
         Generation
         System
  41KC-10A (ATCA)               37,314          31,014          -6,300
        GATM program    ..............  ..............          -6,300
         termination
  47C-130                      110,375         134,445         +24,070
        Senior Scout--  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Intelligent
         Communication
         s
         Exploitation
        Senior Scout--  ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Directional
         Finding and
         Location Up-
         grades
        SENIOR SCOUT--  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         ANG Boise,
         Idaho
        APN-241 Radar   ..............  ..............          +6,570
         ANG C-13-H2
        T56-A-15        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Engine
         Upgrades for
         the C-130E
  49C-135                       51,905          64,405         +12,500
        Improved waste  ..............  ..............          +5,500
         removal
         system
        SCATHE Chief    ..............  ..............          +7,000
  60CLASSIFIED                  20,880          30,380          +9,500
     PROJECTS
        SPEAR Pod       ..............  ..............          +9,500
  62COMMON SUPPORT             223,600         208,600         -15,000
     EQUIPMENT
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............         -15,000
         program
         growth
  72OTHER PRODUCTION           309,725         334,725         +25,000
     CHARGES
        LITENING AT     ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Precision
         Attack
         Targeting Pod
         for AFRC
        LITENING AT     ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Precision
         Attack
         Targeting Pod
         for ANG
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    F-117 Nighthawk.--The Committee concurs with Section 132 of 
the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2005, 
regarding the prohibition of retirement of F-117 aircraft.
    Heavy Outsized Airlift Capacity.--The Committee is aware of 
the on-going Mobility Capabilities Study and the probability 
that the current 54.5 MTM/day requirement will increase. The 
Committee, like the Air Force, recognizes the value of filling 
whatever heavy, outsized lift requirement is validated with the 
most cost effective fleet structure to include better use of 
the Civilian Reserve Air Fleet [CRAF].
    The Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force to 
provide the congressional defense committees with a report 
assessing any and all options to introduce a U.S.-owned, heavy, 
outsized airlift capability into the CRAF based on potential 
commercial uses of commercialized versions of U.S. heavy 
outsized cargo aircraft without the need for government 
investment or substantial involvement.

                     Missile Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $4,165,633,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   4,718,313,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,609,213,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,609,213,000. This is $109,100,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE     BALLISTIC MISSILES:
         MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT--BALLISTIC:
   1         LGM-30F/G MINUTEMAN II/III                                              .......      $30,143  .......      $23,643  .......       ^$6,500     OTHER MISSILES:
         TACTICAL:
   3         JASSM                                                                       360      148,161      360      148,161  .......  ............
   5         SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X)                                                         248       52,595      248       52,595  .......  ............
   6         AMRAAM                                                                      202      107,354      202      107,354  .......  ............
   7         PREDATOR HELLFIRE MISSILE                                                   235       20,017      235       20,017  .......  ............
   8         SMALL DIAMETER BOMB                                                         158       29,257      158       29,257  .......  ............         INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES:
   9         INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS/POL PREVENTION                                  .......        2,084  .......        2,084  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                                                 .......      359,468  .......      359,468  .......  ............     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES:
         CLASS IV:
  10         ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                                                 .......        4,094  .......        4,094  .......  ............
  12         MM III MODIFICATIONS                                                    .......      640,760  .......      650,760  .......       +10,000
  13         AGM-65D MAVERICK                                                        .......          222  .......          222  .......  ............
  14         AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE                                               .......       21,154  .......       21,154  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES                             .......      666,230  .......      676,230  .......       +10,000     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS:
         OTHER AIRCRAFT:
  16         ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                                                 .......        8,020  .......        8,020  .......  ............
  17         AIM-7E SPARROW                                                          .......        1,898  .......        1,898  .......  ............
  18         AIM-9 SIDEWINDER                                                        .......        6,273  .......        6,273  .......  ............
  19         SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X)                                                     .......        1,759  .......        1,759  .......  ............
  20         AGM-130 POWERED GBU-15                                                  .......          368  .......          368  .......  ............
  21         LGM-30F/G MINUTEMAN II/III                                              .......       10,016  .......       10,016  .......  ............
  22         MM III MODIFICATIONS                                                    .......       12,866  .......       12,866  .......  ............
  23         AGM-65D MAVERICK                                                        .......        1,423  .......        1,423  .......  ............
  24         AGM-88A HARM                                                            .......        2,868  .......        2,868  .......  ............
  25         AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE                                               .......        4,609  .......        4,609  .......  ............
  26         AMRAAM                                                                  .......          341  .......          341  .......  ............
  27         PEACEKEEPER (M-X)                                                       .......       11,669  .......       11,669  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                 .......       62,110  .......       62,110  .......  ............     OTHER SUPPORT:
         SPACE PROGRAMS:
  28         ADVANCED EHF (AP-CY)                                                    .......       98,590  .......       98,590  .......  ............
  29         WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES                                           .......       40,307  .......       40,307  .......  ............
  30         SPACEBORNE EQUIP (COMSEC)                                               .......        9,250  .......        9,250  .......  ............
  31         GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)                                                    3      300,772        3      300,772  .......  ............
  32         GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE) (AP-CY)                                      .......       29,758  .......       29,758  .......  ............
  33         DEF METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG(S                                           .......       74,201  .......       74,201  .......  ............
  34         DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRAM(SPACE                                           .......      116,468  .......      116,468  .......  ............
  35         DEFENSE SATELLITE COMM SYSTEM                                           .......        6,613  .......        6,613  .......  ............
  36         TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS(SPACE)                                             .......       74,290  .......       71,290  .......        ^3,000
  37         EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEH                                                 3      610,997        3      510,997  .......      ^100,000
  38         MEDIUM LAUNCH VEHICLE(SPACE)                                            .......      102,872  .......       97,872  .......        ^5,000         SPECIAL PROGRAMS:
  40         DEFENSE SPACE RECONN PROGRAM                                            .......      332,388  .......      332,388  .......  ............
  44         SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS                                                 .......      130,809  .......      126,209  .......        ^4,600
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT                                                  .......    1,927,315  .......    1,814,715  .......      ^112,600     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                             .......    1,673,047  .......    1,673,047  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                     .......    4,718,313  .......    4,609,213  .......      ^109,100
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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           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 LGM-30F/G                  30,143          23,643          -6,500
      MINUTEMAN II/III
         Miscellaneous  ..............  ..............          -6,500
          Equipment
          Cost Growth
  12 MM III                    640,760         650,760         +10,000
      MODIFICATIONS
         Safety         ..............  ..............         +10,000
          Enhanced
          Reentry
          Vehicle
          [SERV]
  36 Titan Space                74,290          71,290          -3,000
      Boosters (Space)
         Titan excess   ..............  ..............          -3,000
          funds
  37 Evolved                   610,997         510,997        -100,000
      Expendable
      Launch Veh
         Launch delays  ..............  ..............        -100,000
  38 Medium Launch             102,872          97,872          -5,000
      Vehicle
         Excess rate    ..............  ..............          -5,000
          growth
  44 Special Update            130,809         126,209          -4,600
      Programs
         Classified     ..............  ..............          -4,600
          reduction
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,262,725,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,396,457,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,353,859,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,353,859,000. This is $42,598,000 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
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE     PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE:
   1         ROCKETS                                                                 .......      $34,557  .......      $34,557  .......  ............
   2         CARTRIDGES                                                              .......      149,100  .......      149,100  .......  ............         BOMBS:
   3         PRACTICE BOMBS                                                          .......       46,918  .......       46,918  .......  ............
   4         GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                                                   .......      266,489  .......      241,489  .......      ^$25,000
   5         SENSOR FUZED WEAPON                                                         315      117,023      315      117,023  .......  ............
   6         JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                                             23,137      521,782   23,137      516,782  .......        ^5,000
   7         WIND CORRECTED MUNITIONS DISP                                             2,507       58,670    2,507       58,670  .......  ............         FLARE, IR MJU-7B:
   8         CAD/PAD                                                                 .......       20,379  .......       20,379  .......  ............
   9         EXPLOSIVE ORDINANCE DISPOSAL I1063                                      .......        2,889  .......        2,889  .......  ............
  10         SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                 .......          179  .......          179  .......  ............
  11         REPLENISHMENT SPARES                                                    .......        4,185  .......        4,185  .......  ............
  12         MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5M                                             .......          202  .......          202  .......  ............
  13         ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000                                              .......        2,798  .......        2,798  .......  ............         FUZES:
  14         FLARES                                                                  .......      123,830  .......      119,530  .......        ^4,300
  15         FUZES                                                                   .......       36,507  .......       28,209  .......        ^8,298
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE                                 .......    1,385,508  .......    1,342,910  .......       ^42,598     WEAPONS:
  16     SMALL ARMS                                                                  .......       10,949  .......       10,949  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE                               .......    1,396,457  .......    1,353,859  .......       ^42,598
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4GENERAL PURPOSE            266,489         241,489         -25,000
     BOMBS
        MAU-169H/B      ..............  ..............         -25,000
         Program
         Growth
   6JOINT DIRECT               521,782         516,782          -5,000
     ATTACK MUNITION
        Engineering     ..............  ..............          -5,000
         Change Orders
         Execution
  14FLARES                     123,830         119,530          -4,300
        LUU-1 Program   ..............  ..............          -3,000
         Delay
        MJU-39/40 Unit  ..............  ..............          -1,300
         Cost Savings
  15FUZES                       36,507          28,209          -8,298
        FMU-139         ..............  ..............          -8,298
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Joint Direct Attack Munition [JDAM] Engineering Change 
Orders.--The budget request includes $14,684,000 for JDAM 
engineering change orders, an increase of $8,480,000 above the 
fiscal year 2004 level. During the past 2 fiscal years, the Air 
Force has executed approximately 25 percent of the amounts 
provided for JDAM engineering change orders on its intended 
purpose. Based on this prior year execution, the Committee 
reduces the budget request by $5,000,000.

                      Other Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $11,558,799,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  13,283,557,000
Committee recommendation................................  13,284,897,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$13,284,897,000. This is $1,340,000 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
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                              OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE     VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT:
         PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES:
   6         ARMORED VEHICLE                                                               1         $250        1         $250  .......  ............
   7         PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLE                                                  284       11,873      284       11,873  .......  ............         CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES:
   8         TRUCK, STAKE/PLATFORM                                                   .......        8,342  .......        8,342  .......  ............
   9         TRUCK, CARGO-UTILITY, 3/4T, 4X4                                         .......       13,415  .......       13,415  .......  ............
  10         TRUCK, CARGO-UTILITY, 3/4T, 4X2                                         .......        7,855  .......        7,855  .......  ............
  11         TRUCK MAINT/UTILITY/DELIVERY                                            .......        9,062  .......        9,062  .......  ............
  12         TRUCK CARRYALL                                                          .......        4,166  .......        4,166  .......  ............
  13         FAMILY MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE                                          .......       15,332  .......       15,332  .......  ............
  14         HIGH MOBILITY VEHICLE (MYP)                                             .......        7,555  .......        7,555  .......  ............
  15         TRUCK TRACTOR, OVER 5T                                                  .......       14,086  .......       14,086  .......  ............
  16         CAP VEHICLES                                                            .......          802  .......          802  .......  ............
  17         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......       24,734  .......       24,734  .......  ............         SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES:
  18         TRUCK, TANK, 1200 GAL                                                   .......        5,775  .......        5,775  .......  ............
  19         TRUCK TANK FUEL R-11                                                    .......       14,642  .......       14,642  .......  ............
  20         HMMWV, ARMORED                                                          .......        2,301  .......        2,301  .......  ............
  21         TRUCK, REFUSE                                                           .......          549  .......          549  .......  ............
  22         HMWWV, UP-ARMORED                                                       .......        6,953  .......        6,953  .......  ............
  24         TRACTOR, A/C TOW, MB-4                                                  .......       11,127  .......       11,127  .......  ............
  25         TRACTOR, TOW, FLIGHTLINE                                                .......        6,820  .......        6,820  .......  ............
  26         TRUCK HYDRANT FUEL                                                      .......           45  .......          147  .......         +$102
  27         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......       38,839  .......       43,737  .......        +4,898         FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT:
  28         TRUCK CRASH P-19                                                        .......       16,158  .......       16,158  .......  ............
  29         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......        8,372  .......        8,372  .......  ............         MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
  30         TRUCK, F/L 6000 LB                                                      .......        7,408  .......        7,408  .......  ............
  31         TRUCK, F/L 10,000 LB                                                    .......       18,588  .......       18,588  .......  ............
  34         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......       18,184  .......       18,184  .......  ............         BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT:
  35         LOADER, SCOOP                                                           .......        9,414  .......        9,414  .......  ............
  36         LOADER, SCOOP, W/BACKHOE                                                .......        4,202  .......        4,202  .......  ............
  37         TRUCK, DUMP                                                             .......       10,609  .......       10,609  .......  ............
  38         RUNWAY SNOW REMOVAL & CLEANING                                          .......       22,589  .......       22,589  .......  ............
  39         CRANE, 7^50 TON                                                         .......        5,827  .......        5,827  .......  ............
  40         MODIFICATIONS                                                           .......        4,474  .......        4,474  .......  ............
  41         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......       34,013  .......       34,013  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT                                            .......      364,361  .......      369,361  .......        +5,000     ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP:
         COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT (COMSEC):
  44         COMSEC EQUIPMENT                                                        .......       46,867  .......       34,637  .......       ^12,230
  45         MODIFICATIONS (COMSEC)                                                  .......          462  .......          462  .......  ............         INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS:
  46         INTELLIGENCE TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                         .......        2,902  .......        2,902  .......  ............
  47         INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP                                                 .......        1,695  .......        1,695  .......  ............         ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS:
  48         AIR TRAFFIC CTRL/LAND SYS (AT                                           .......        2,949  .......        2,949  .......  ............
  49         NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM                                                .......       44,354  .......       44,354  .......  ............
  50         THEATER AIR CONTROL SYS IMPRO                                           .......       67,471  .......       67,471  .......  ............
  51         WEATHER OBSERVE/FORECAST                                                .......       32,366  .......       28,236  .......        ^4,130
  52         STRATEGIC COMMAND AND CONTROL                                           .......       49,300  .......       49,300  .......  ............
  53         CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX                                               .......       17,672  .......       17,672  .......  ............
  54         TAC SIGINT SUPPORT                                                      .......          386  .......          386  .......  ............
  55         DRUG INTERDICTION PROGRAM                                               .......          404  .......          404  .......  ............         SPECIAL COMM-ELECTRONICS PROJECTS:
  56         GENERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                          .......       99,862  .......      111,862  .......       +12,000
  57         AF GLOBAL COMMAND & CONTROL S                                           .......       17,324  .......       17,324  .......  ............
  58         MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL                                            .......        8,982  .......        8,982  .......  ............
  59         AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY S                                           .......       93,750  .......       93,750  .......  ............
  60         COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                                  .......       38,142  .......       25,942  .......       ^12,200
  62         C3 COUNTERMEASURES                                                      .......       11,812  .......       11,812  .......  ............
  63         GCSS-AF FOS                                                             .......       18,614  .......       18,614  .......  ............
  64         THEATER BATTLE MGT C2 SYS                                               .......       44,669  .......       44,669  .......  ............
  65         AIR OPERATIONS CENTER (AOC)                                             .......       43,269  .......       43,269  .......  ............         AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS:
  66         BASE INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE                                         .......      423,972  .......      400,972  .......       ^23,000
  67         USCENTCOM                                                               .......       30,430  .......       30,430  .......  ............
  68         DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS)                                            .......        8,297  .......        8,297  .......  ............         DISA PROGRAMS:
  70         NAVSTAR GPS SPACE                                                       .......       10,272  .......       10,272  .......  ............
  71         NUDET DETECTION SYS (NDS) SPA                                           .......        7,554  .......        7,554  .......  ............
  72         AF SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK                                            .......       43,882  .......       43,882  .......  ............
  73         SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE                                            .......      101,458  .......      106,458  .......        +5,000
  74         MILSATCOM SPACE                                                         .......       19,176  .......       15,076  .......        ^4,100
  75         SPACE MODS SPACE                                                        .......       16,346  .......       16,346  .......  ............         ORGANIZATION AND BASE:
  76         TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT                                                  .......      141,883  .......      141,883  .......  ............
  77         COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATE                                           .......       13,936  .......       13,936  .......  ............
  78         RADIO EQUIPMENT                                                         .......        8,777  .......       13,777  .......        +5,000
  79         TV EQUIPMENT (AFRTV)                                                    .......        5,112  .......        5,112  .......  ............
  80         CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT                                              .......        3,271  .......        3,271  .......  ............
  81         BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE                                                .......      118,935  .......      118,935  .......  ............
  82         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......        5,948  .......        5,948  .......  ............         MODIFICATIONS:
  83         COMM ELECT MODS                                                         .......       23,400  .......       23,400  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP                       .......    1,625,901  .......    1,592,241  .......       ^33,660     OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP:
         TEST EQUIPMENT:
  84         BASE/ALC CALIBRATION PACKAGE                                            .......       15,306  .......       15,306  .......  ............
  85         PRIMARY STANDARDS LABORATORY                                            .......        1,107  .......        1,107  .......  ............
  86         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......        7,607  .......        7,607  .......  ............         PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP:
  87         NIGHT VISION GOGGLES                                                    .......       17,349  .......       17,349  .......  ............
  88         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......       12,997  .......       24,497  .......       +11,500         DEPOT PLANT + MATERIALS HANDLING EQ:
  89         MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDLING                                            .......       16,155  .......       24,155  .......        +8,000
  90         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......        6,503  .......        6,503  .......  ............         ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
  91         FLOODLIGHTS                                                             .......        5,882  .......        5,882  .......  ............
  92         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......        9,876  .......        9,876  .......  ............         BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
  93         BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT                                                 .......        8,401  .......       13,401  .......        +5,000
  94         MEDICAL/DENTAL EQUIPMENT                                                .......       14,019  .......       14,019  .......  ............
  96         AIR BASE OPERABILITY                                                    .......        5,432  .......        5,432  .......  ............
  97         PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT                                                  .......        1,424  .......        1,424  .......  ............
  98         PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCING CAPITA                                           .......        5,475  .......        5,475  .......  ............
  99         MOBILITY EQUIPMENT                                                      .......      320,116  .......      320,116  .......  ............
 100         AIR CONDITIONERS                                                        .......        1,452  .......        1,452  .......  ............
 101         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......       18,811  .......       18,811  .......  ............         SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS:
 103         TECH SURV COUNTERMEASURES EQ                                            .......        4,034  .......        4,034  .......  ............
 104         DARP RC135                                                              .......       18,726  .......       18,726  .......  ............
 105         DARP, MRIGS                                                             .......      320,218  .......      320,218  .......  ............
 106         SELECTED ACTIVITIES                                                     .......   10,195,797  .......   10,201,297  .......        +5,500
 107         SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM                                                  .......      224,988  .......      224,988  .......  ............
 108         DEFENSE SPACE RECONNAISSANCE                                            .......       14,264  .......       14,264  .......  ............
 109         MODIFICATIONS                                                           .......          195  .......          195  .......  ............
 110         FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                        .......        5,767  .......        5,767  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP                       .......   11,251,901  .......   11,281,901  .......       +30,000     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS:
 111     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                     .......       41,097  .......       41,097  .......  ............
 112     REPLENISHMENT SPARES                                                        .......          297  .......          297  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                       .......   13,283,557  .......   13,284,897  .......        +1,340
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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           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  26TRUCK HYDRANT FUEL              45             147            +102
        Transfer from   ..............  ..............            +102
         Line 27
  27ITEMS LESS THAN             38,839          43,737          +4,898
     $5,000,000
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............            -102
         Line 26
        GL-1800 AP      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Truck Mounted
         Aircraft De-
         icers
  44COMSEC EQUIPMENT            46,867          34,637         -12,230
        KIV-7M--Unjust  ..............  ..............         -12,230
         ified Request
  51WEATHER OBSERVE/            32,366          28,236          -4,130
     FORECAST
        Digital         ..............  ..............          -4,130
         Ionospheric
         Sounder
         System
  56GENERAL                     99,862         111,862         +12,000
     INFORMATION
     TECHNOLOGY
        Eagle Vision    ..............  ..............          +5,000
        Science and     ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Engineering
         Lab Data
         Integration
         [SELDI]
  60COMBAT TRAINING             38,142          25,942         -12,200
     RANGES
        Joint Threat    ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Emitter--Air
         National
         Guard
        Joint           ..............  ..............         -19,700
         Simulator
         Upgrades
  66BASE INFORMATION           423,972         400,972         -23,000
     INFRASTRUCTURE
        Alaska Land     ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Mobile Radio
        Information     ..............  ..............         -35,000
         Transport
         Systems
         Program
         Growth
  73SPACELIFT RANGE            101,458         106,458          +5,000
     SYSTEM SPACE
        National Range  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         High
         Frequency
         Sustainment
         Program
  74MILSATCOM SPACE             19,176          15,076          -4,100
        GBS Receive     ..............  ..............          -4,100
         Suites
  78RADIO EQUIPMENT              8,777          13,777          +5,000
        SCOPE Command   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         High
         Frequency
         Communication
         s Net-  work
  88ITEMS LESS THAN             12,997          24,497         +11,500
     $5,000,000
        Aircrew Laser   ..............  ..............          +2,700
         Eye
         Protection
        Aircrew         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Survival
         Radio Test
         Sets
        Fixed Aircrew   ..............  ..............          +4,800
         Standardized
         Seat
  89MECHANIZED                  16,155          24,155          +8,000
     MATERIAL HANDLING
        Point of        ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Maintenance/
         Combat
         Ammunition
         System [POMX/
         CAS]
         Initiative
  93BASE PROCURED                8,401          13,401          +5,000
     EQUIPMENT
        Combat Arms     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Training
         System--Air
         National
         Guard
 106SELECTED                10,195,797      10,201,297          +5,500
     ACTIVITIES
        Classified      ..............  ..............          +5,500
         Adjustment
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Cryptographic Modernization.--The budget request includes 
funds to procure the KIV-7M, a cryptographic device designed 
specifically for secure data communications and to transfer the 
encryption electronic key. Subsequent to the budget submission, 
the Air Force revealed the request for this item was made 
erroneously. The Committee, therefore, reduces the budget 
request by $12,229,000.
    Digital Ionospheric Sounder System [DISS].--The Committee 
denies the budget request of $4,130,000 for the DISS. The Air 
Force has experienced technological difficulties in meeting 
system requirements and determined near term solutions may not 
be readily available. In addition, the Air Force has identified 
two other options to meet the DISS requirements. Both options 
are commercial-off-the-shelf solutions, which are not expected 
to be technologically mature for at least another year.
    Joint Simulator Upgrades.--The budget request includes 
$19,700,000 to procure equipment in support of the Joint 
National Training Capability [JNTC], which is a U.S. Joint 
Forces Command program. Serving as the DoD Executive Agent for 
the U.S. Joint Forces Command, the Navy is responsible for 
prioritizing, presenting, and defending the command's budgetary 
requirements. Under this authority, the Navy's fiscal year 2005 
request includes $12,000,000 in the ``Other Procurement, Navy'' 
account for JNTC equipment. This is $5,000,000 above last 
year's level. The Committee denies the request of $19,700,000 
in this account and directs the Department to fund future JNTC 
equipment requirements in the ``Other Procurement, Navy'' 
account.
    Point of Maintenance/Combat Ammunition System Initiative.--
The Committee recommends an additional $8,000,000 to continue 
implementation of the Point of Maintenance/Combat Ammunition 
System Initiative at priority Air Force facilities. The 
initiative inserts modern commercial-off-the-shelf automatic 
identification and data collection technologies into Air Force 
maintenance and munitions management programs.
    Combat Arms Training System [CATS].--The Committee 
understands the need to modernize small arms training systems 
for the Air National Guard to meet their Homeland Defense and 
combat training requirements. There is currently a shortfall of 
184 CATS in the Air National Guard. The Committee believes 
these systems enhance mission readiness and recommends an 
additional $5,000,000 to procure CATS for the Air National 
Guard.

                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $3,709,926,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   2,883,302,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,867,303,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,867,303,000. This is $15,999,000 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
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE     MAJOR EQUIPMENT:
         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD/WHS:
   1         WHS MOTOR VEHICLES                                                            1          $40        1          $40  .......  ............
   2         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD                                                    .......      125,320  .......      125,320  .......  ............
   3         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS                                                    .......       23,324  .......       23,324  .......  ............
   5         INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM                                     .......       10,487  .......       30,487  .......      +$20,000         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA:
   9         INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY                                            .......       44,827  .......       44,827  .......  ............
  11         DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM                                                  .......        4,261  .......        4,261  .......  ............
  12         GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS                                          .......        5,187  .......        5,187  .......  ............
  13         GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                            .......        2,639  .......        2,639  .......  ............
  14         TELEPORTS                                                               .......       42,710  .......       42,710  .......  ............
  15         GLOBAL INFORMATION GRID                                                 .......  ...........  .......       12,000  .......       +12,000
  16         ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                                     .......       38,217  .......       38,217  .......  ............         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA:
  22         MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                         .......        7,874  .......        7,874  .......  ............         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCAA:
  23         MAJOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                     .......        1,496  .......        1,496  .......  ............         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS:
  24         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS                                                    .......       47,633  .......       47,633  .......  ............         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DHRA:
  26         PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                                                .......        7,187  .......        7,187  .......  ............         DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY:
  28         VEHICLES                                                                .......           80  .......           80  .......  ............
  29         OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                   .......       23,772  .......       23,772  .......  ............         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS:
  31         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS                                                   .......        6,977  .......        6,977  .......  ............         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODDE:
  32         AUTOMATION/EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT & LOGISTICS                              .......        2,965  .......        2,965  .......  ............         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCMA:
  33         MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                         .......       18,945  .......       18,945  .......  ............         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DTSA:
  34         MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                         .......          628  .......          628  .......  ............         MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NDU:
  36         NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY                                             .......          348  .......          348  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                                .......      414,917  .......      446,917  .......       +32,000     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND:
         AVIATION PROGRAMS:
  37         SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES                                                .......      447,272  .......      205,019  .......      ^242,253
 37A         MH-60 SLEP                                                              .......  ...........  .......       71,718  .......       +71,718
 37B         MH-47 SLEP                                                              .......  ...........  .......      152,835  .......      +152,835
  38         SOF TRAINING SYSTEMS                                                    .......       49,192  .......       54,192  .......        +5,000
  39         MC-130H COMBAT TALON II                                                 .......       82,079  .......       82,079  .......  ............
  40         CV-22 SOF MODIFICATION                                                        3      126,083        3      115,083  .......       ^11,000
  41         AC-130U GUNSHIP ACQUISITION                                             .......       10,243  .......       10,243  .......  ............
  42         C-130 MODIFICATIONS                                                     .......      110,666  .......       36,661  .......       ^74,005
 42A         MH-130H AIR REFUELING SYSTEM                                            .......  ...........  .......       30,505  .......       +30,505
  43         AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                                        .......          387  .......          387  .......  ............         SHIPBUILDING:
  44         ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS                                              .......        5,864  .......        5,864  .......  ............
  45         ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS (AP-CY)                                      .......       34,921  .......  ...........  .......       ^34,921
  46         MK VIII MOD 1--SEAL DELIVERY VEH                                        .......        1,768  .......        1,768  .......  ............         AMMUNITION PROGRAMS:
  47         SOF ORDNANCE REPLENISHMENT                                              .......       34,380  .......       34,380  .......  ............
  48         SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION                                                .......       12,166  .......       11,666  .......          ^500         OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS:
  49         COMM EQUIPMENT & ELECTRONICS                                            .......       38,434  .......       42,434  .......        +4,000
  50         SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS                                                .......       16,946  .......       16,946  .......  ............
  51         SOF SMALL ARMS & WEAPONS                                                .......        8,221  .......       21,221  .......       +13,000
  54         MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODS                                                 .......        1,796  .......        1,796  .......  ............
  55         SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES                                  .......       16,184  .......       16,184  .......  ............
  56         SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS                                             .......        7,297  .......        7,297  .......  ............
  57         SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                                 .......        8,369  .......        8,369  .......  ............
  59         TACTICAL VEHICLES                                                       .......          493  .......       10,493  .......       +10,000
  60         SOF MARITIME EQUIPMENT                                                  .......        3,449  .......        3,449  .......  ............
  62         MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                                 .......       16,830  .......       21,140  .......        +4,310
  63         SOF PLANNING AND REHEARSAL SYSTEM                                       .......          192  .......          192  .......  ............
  64         SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                                            .......      233,632  .......      201,232  .......       ^32,400
  65         PSYOP EQUIPMENT                                                         .......       18,388  .......       18,388  .......  ............
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                                     .......    1,285,252  .......    1,181,541  .......      ^103,711     CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE:
         CBDP:
  66         INSTALLATION FORCE PROTECTION                                           .......      104,935  .......      104,935  .......  ............
  67         INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION                                                   .......      131,926  .......      133,926  .......        +2,000
  68         DECONTAMINATION                                                         .......       11,284  .......       11,284  .......  ............
  69         JOINT BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                                        .......      101,097  .......      101,097  .......  ............
  70         COLLECTIVE PROTECTION                                                   .......       18,394  .......       33,394  .......       +15,000
  71         CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE                                                 .......      270,105  .......      294,305  .......       +24,200
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE                                    .......      637,741  .......      678,941  .......       +41,200 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                             .......      545,392  .......      559,904  .......       +14,512
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE                                          .......    2,883,302  .......    2,867,303  .......       ^15,999
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2005 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   5 INFORMATION SYSTEMS              10,487       30,487      +20,000
      SECURITY PROGRAM [ISSP]
         Secure Wireless         ...........  ...........      +20,000
          Communications
  15 GLOBAL INFORMATION GRID     ...........       12,000      +12,000
  37 ROTARY WING UPGRADES AND        447,272      205,019     -242,253
      SUSTAINMENT
         MH-60 SLEP Transfer to  ...........  ...........      -94,418
          New Line
         MH-47 SLEP Transfer to  ...........  ...........     -152,835
          New Line
         MH-47 Infrared [IR]     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Suppressors
 37A MH-60 SLEP                  ...........       71,718      +71,718
         Transfer from Line 37-- ...........  ...........      +94,418
          Create New Line
         NRE and Publications    ...........  ...........       -5,000
         Flight Test and         ...........  ...........      -17,700
          Installation
 37B MH-47 SLEP                  ...........      152,835     +152,835
         Transfer from Line 37-- ...........  ...........     +152,835
          Create New Line
  38 SOF TRAINING SYSTEMS             49,192       54,192       +5,000
         HH-60G Weapon System    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Trainer [WST]/
          Operation Flight
          Trainer
  40 CV-22 SOF MOD                   126,083      115,083      -11,000
         ILS Reduction           ...........  ...........      -11,000
  42 C-130 MODIFICATIONS             110,666       36,661      -74,005
         MC-103H Air Refueling   ...........  ...........      -30,505
          System Funding
          Transfer to New Line
         Low Band Jammer         ...........  ...........      -13,900
         Towed Decoy             ...........  ...........      -15,200
         Basic LAMP DIRCM--ILS   ...........  ...........      -14,400
 42A MC-130H Air Refueling       ...........       30,505      +30,505
      System
         MC-130H Air Refueling   ...........  ...........      +30,505
          System Funding
          Transfer--Create New
          Line
  45 ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY           34,921  ...........      -34,921
      SYSTEM [ASDS] (AP)
         Program Restructure     ...........  ...........      -34,921
  48 SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION         12,166       11,666         -500
         SLAM                    ...........  ...........         -500
  49 COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT         38,434       42,434       +4,000
      AND ELECTRONICS
         Automatic Equipment ID  ...........  ...........       +4,000
  51 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS            8,221       21,221      +13,000
         M4 Mod Kits (Weapons    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Shot Counter)
         MK47 Mod 0 Striker      ...........  ...........      +10,000
  59 TACTICAL VEHICLES                   493       10,493      +10,000
         Lightweight Tactical    ...........  ...........      +10,000
          All Terrain Vehicle
  62 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT          16,830       21,140       +4,310
         AN/PVS-21 Low Profile   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Night Vision Goggles
         Odor Signature          ...........  ...........       +1,310
          Reduction Products
          for Special
          Operations  Forces
  64 SOF OPERATIONAL                 233,632      201,232      -32,400
      ENHANCEMENTS
         Special Operations      ...........  ...........       +4,600
          Logistics Support
          Craft
         Classified Adjustment   ...........  ...........      -37,000
  67 INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION           131,926      133,926       +2,000
         Individual Protection   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Masks
  70 COLLECTIVE PROTECTION            18,394       33,394      +15,000
         Chem-Bio Collective     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Protection
         Chemical Biological     ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Protective Shelters
  71 CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE         270,105      294,305      +24,200
         JCAD Cancellation       ...........  ...........      -10,000
         Contamination           ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Avoidance Equipment
         M-22 Automatic          ...........  ...........      +15,000
          Chemical Agent Alarm
          [ACADA]
         WMD-CST Equipment       ...........  ...........      +18,200
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    Special Operations Procurement Funding.--The Committee 
recommends $181,541,000 for procurement of equipment for 
Special Operations Forces. The Committee applauds the Command 
and its forces for their leadership and appreciates the 
sacrifices made in the Global War on Terrorism. The Committee 
strongly supports the unique budget authority afforded to the 
Command and is sensitive to the need for financial flexibility 
during wartime, however, finds the number of below threshold 
reprogramming [BTR] actions executed by the Command 
unacceptable. The Congress provides the Department the 
flexibility to move funding among programs for unanticipated 
and extraordinary needs, not for basic program financial 
management. The benefit of flexibility should not be used to 
inhibit the Congress' ability to track a program's financial 
health or circumvent the intent for which funds are 
appropriated.
    The Committee has examined the Command's fiscal year 2005 
budget request and finds the level of financial flexibility 
afforded by the current construction of the Command's budget 
concerning. Thus, the Committee recommends modifying the 
current budget structure by increasing the number of line items 
for procurement. The recommended changes are made in a manner 
consistent with the Service budget presentations as illustrated 
by the separation of the MH-47 and MH-60 program budgets. While 
the Committee has created new lines specifically for the two 
aircraft Service Life Extension Programs [SLEP], it directs the 
Command to further separate the funding provided in the Rotary 
Wing Upgrade line by program in future budget submissions. The 
Committee further directs the Command to follow the recommended 
budgetary line item construction in the future.
    Advanced SEAL Delivery System [ASDS].--In the report 
accompanying Public Law 108-87 the conferees directed that none 
of the funds provided for the ASDS could be obligated or 
expended until a successful Milestone C decision and a revised 
cost estimate validated by the Cost Analysis and Improvement 
Group [CAIG] was provided to the congressional defense 
committees. The Committee has recently been notified that the 
Milestone C decision has been delayed until the fall of 2005. 
As a positive Milestone C decision is required to initiate 
procurement of the second ASDS, the fiscal year 2004 and 2005 
funding for advance procurement is no longer required. As such, 
the Committee recommends rescinding the fiscal year 2004 and 
reducing fiscal year 2005 funding for this effort. The 
Committee commends the Command for making the practical program 
management decision to revise the schedule and hopes the 
postponement of the Milestone C decision will allow the ASDS to 
overcome the deficiencies identified in the Operational Test 
and Evaluation report, undergo the full range of acoustic 
testing, and incorporate the projected technology improvements. 
In order to facilitate these efforts, the Committee recommends 
$14,000,000 for the ASDS in the Research, Development, Test and 
Evaluation, Defense-Wide appropriation.

                  National Guard and Reserve Equipment

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $400,000,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................................
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.
    The Committee maintains that the Reserve and National Guard 
component commanders should exercise control of funds provided 
for their modernization in this account. The separate 
submission of these assessments, directly from the Reserve 
component commanders and the National Guard Directors to the 
committees will ensure that Reserve and National Guard 
priorities are addressed in the allocation of this 
appropriation.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           NATIONAL GUARD & RESERVE EQUIPMENT     RESERVE EQUIPMENT:
         ARMY RESERVE:
   1         MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                                 .......  ...........  .......      $50,000  .......      +$50,000         NAVY RESERVE:
   2         MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                                 .......  ...........  .......       50,000  .......       +50,000         MARINE CORPS RESERVE:
   3         MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                                 .......  ...........  .......       50,000  .......       +50,000         AIR FORCE RESERVE:
   4         MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                                 .......  ...........  .......       50,000  .......       +50,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, RESERVE EQUIPMENT                                              .......  ...........  .......      200,000  .......      +200,000     NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT:
         ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
   5         MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                                 .......  ...........  .......      150,000  .......      +150,000         AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
   6         MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                                 .......  ...........  .......      150,000  .......      +150,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT                                       .......  ...........  .......      300,000  .......      +300,000
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
               TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD & RESERVE EQUIPMENT                             .......  ...........  .......      500,000  .......      +500,000
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                   committee recommended adjustments


                              army reserve

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

                              navy reserve

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

                          marine corps reserve

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

                           air force reserve

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

                          ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

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

                           AIR NATIONAL GUARD

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

                       ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

    The Committee agrees that the National Guard and Reserve 
equipment program shall be executed by the heads of the Guard 
and Reserve components with priority consideration for 
miscellaneous equipment appropriations given to the following 
items: COTS Surveillance System, MTVR, Virtual Emergency 
Response Training System, HMMWV Convoy/Trainer, Tactical Fire 
Fighting Equipment, High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle 
[HMMWV], Army M249 5.56 Squad Automatic Weapon, National 
Guard--Paul Revere Command Information System, Life Support for 
Trauma and Transport [LSTAT], M-COFT XXI Program, AB-FIST Non-
Systems Training Devices, Army Live Fire Ranges, Combat Arms 
Training System--Army National Guard, Calibration Sets 
Equipment Modernization, Mobile Operational Simulators [MOS], 
Modern Burner Unit, Litening Targeting Pods, LAIRCM, SINCGARS, 
AN/PVS-14, UH-60L/M, HEMTT, Small Arms, Javelin, AN/PAS-13, 
Movement Tracking System, EPLRS, Shortstop, TUAV, M22 Chemical 
Agent Alarm [ACADA], Prophet, C-130G2 APN-241 Radar, F-15 
JHMCS, JSTARS AMSTE, F-16 APG-68[V]9, F-16 Color Displays, A-10 
TDL, HH-60 TDL, Pararescue TDL, HC-130 TDL, C/EC-130 TDL, HH-
60G 200 Gallon Internal Fuel Tank, HH-60G PNVG, F-15E Engine 
Kits, WMD Response Equipment, Halverson Loader, Table Top 
Trainers, Tactical Airborne Reconnaissance System [TARS], and 
FMTV.

                    Defense Production Act Purchases

Appropriations, 2004....................................     $78,016,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................       9,015,000
Committee recommendation................................      42,515,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $42,515,000. 
This is $33,500,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                              [Dollar amounts in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                        Change from
                                                                                                2005 budget            Committee  ----------------------
Line                                        Item                                         Qty.     estimate     Qty.    recommen-               Budget
                                                                                                                         dation      Qty.     estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES   1 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES                                                .......       $9,015  .......      $42,515  .......      +$33,500
                                                                                    --------------------------------------------------------------------
           Total, Defense Production Act Purchases                                   .......        9,015  .......       42,515  .......       +33,500
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1DEFENSE PRODUCTION           9,015          42,515         +33,500
     ACT PURCHASES
        Affordable      ..............  ..............         +12,000
         rigid rod
         polymeric
         materials
         initiative
        Beryllium       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         supply
         industrial
         base
        POSS            ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Nanotechnolog
         y engineering
         scale-up
         initiative
        Miniature       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         compressor
         for
         electronics
         and personal
         computing
        Carbon Foam     ..............  ..............            +500
        Hydrogen ion    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         implementatio
         n equipment
        Flexible        ..............  ..............          +7,000
         aerogel
         material
         supplier
         initiative
------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                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 2005 budget requests a total of 
$67,772,288,000 for research, development, test and evaluation 
appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations totaling $68,768,845,000 for fiscal 
year 2005. This is $996,557,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations for fiscal year 2005 are summarized 
below:

                      SUMMARY OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
    Army........................................................       9,266,258      10,308,804      +1,042,546
    Navy........................................................      16,346,391      16,748,035        +401,644
    Air Force...................................................      21,114,667      21,002,308        -112,359
    Defense-Wide................................................      20,739,837      20,404,563        -335,274
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense........................         305,135         305,135  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      67,772,288      68,768,845        +996,557
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The Committee has displayed recommended adjustments in 
tables presented under each appropriation account.
    These adjustments reflect the following Committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative, or not supported by firm requirements in 
out year development or procurement appropriations; deletion of 
excess funds based on program delays or slow execution; 
addition of funds to reflect congressional priorities and to 
rectify shortfalls in the budget estimate; and implementation 
of recommendations in the Senate bill authorizing activities of 
the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2005.
    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in these tables shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the table.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $10,363,941,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   9,266,258,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,308,804,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,308,804,000. This is $1,042,546,000 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                           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, ARMY     BASIC RESEARCH:
       1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                       23,971          23,971  ..............
       2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                     131,206         163,806         +32,600
       3 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                75,133          80,533          +5,400
       4 UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS                       77,658         100,734         +23,076
       5 FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION                                         9,538          10,538          +1,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       317,506         379,582         +62,076     APPLIED RESEARCH:
       6 MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY                                           15,385          51,885         +36,500
       7 SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC SURVIVABILITY                           25,629          38,129         +12,500
       8 TRACTOR HIP                                                     6,627           6,627  ..............
       9 AVIATION TECHNOLOGY                                            41,629          46,629          +5,000
      10 EW TECHNOLOGY                                                  18,034          19,534          +1,500
      11 MISSILE TECHNOLOGY                                             51,993         107,293         +55,300
      12 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                    16,641          23,641          +7,000
      13 ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND SIMULATION                               15,041          26,841         +11,800
      14 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                       69,638         103,138         +33,500
      15 BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY                                          51,301          54,101          +2,800
      16 CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND EQUIPMENT DEFEATING TECHNOLOGY              3,476          10,576          +7,100
      17 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                5,739           5,739  ..............
      18 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY                               44,666          71,666         +27,000
      19 ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES                             41,236          88,536         +47,300
      20 NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY                                        22,617          22,617  ..............
      21 COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS                                            20,547          24,547          +4,000
      22 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                           16,899          16,899  ..............
      23 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                               17,026          24,526          +7,500
      24 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                    18,604          20,604          +2,000
      25 COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY                                3,982           3,982  ..............
      26 MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                47,152          53,152          +6,000
      27 MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/TRAINING TECHNOLOGY                         15,322          16,322          +1,000
      28 WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY                                          21,131          58,531         +37,400
      29 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                             60,877         117,377         +56,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     651,192       1,012,892        +361,700     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
      30 WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                 68,034          59,534          ^8,500
      31 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                    38,404         164,404        +126,000
      32 AVIATION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                   69,549         102,749         +33,200
      33 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                      67,622          79,122         +11,500
      34 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY             203,126         263,326         +60,200
      35 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY            9,946           9,946  ..............
      36 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY            7,288           8,788          +1,500
      37 ELECTRONIC WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                         41,760          68,760         +27,000
      38 TRACTOR HIKE                                                    8,035           8,035  ..............
      39 NEXT GENERATION TRAINING & SIMULATION SYSTEMS                  18,072          30,072         +12,000
      40 TRACTOR ROSE                                                    4,736           4,736  ..............
      41 EXPLOSIVES DEMILITARIZATION TECHNOLOGY                          9,706          21,106         +11,400
      42 MILITARY HIV RESEARCH                                           6,641           6,641  ..............
      43 COMBATING TERRORISM, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                     3,383           9,583          +6,200
      44 GLOBAL SURVEILLANCE/AIR DEFENSE/PRECISION STRIKE               10,721          10,721  ..............
          TECHN
      45 EW TECHNOLOGY                                                   9,382          16,382          +7,000
      46 MISSILE AND ROCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                         92,800         118,300         +25,500
      47 TRACTOR CAGE                                                   13,312          13,312  ..............
      48 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY               25,577          32,577          +7,000
      49 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                5,968          11,868          +5,900
      51 NIGHT VISION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                               50,071          88,371         +38,300
      52 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRA-  TIONS             14,666          14,666  ..............
      53 MILITARY ENGINEERING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                        3,865          27,065         +23,200
      54 ADVANCED TACTICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE & SENSOR                    31,951          31,951  ..............
          TECHNOLOGY
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    814,615       1,202,015        +387,400     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION:
      55 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                       53,509         116,909         +63,400
      56 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (DEM/VAL)              4,871          35,971         +31,100
      57 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                    91,713         122,713         +31,000
      58 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER--ADV DEV                          11,634          18,634          +7,000
      59 SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS--ADV DEV              6,249          11,249          +5,000
      60 TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION                             39,697           9,697         ^30,000
      62 ADVANCED TANK ARMAMENT SYSTEM (ATAS)                           51,892          51,892  ..............
      63 SOLDIER SUPPORT AND SURVIVABILITY                              13,810          13,810  ..............
      64 TACTICAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM--ADV  DEV              15,441          15,441  ..............
      65 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                      14,047          19,047          +5,000
      66 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                                9,356          24,356         +15,000
      67 WARFIGHTER INFORMATION NETWORK--TACTICAL (DEM/VAL)             99,645          99,645  ..............
      68 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                   4,801           4,801  ..............
      69 AVIATION--ADV DEV                                              12,113          18,613          +6,500
      70 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--ADV DEV                                  2,382           2,382  ..............
      71 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ADV DEV                      10,485          16,485          +6,000
      72 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT CONTROL SYSTEM EVALUATION                6,366           6,366  ..............
      73 MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV                                       10,258          22,758         +12,500
      74 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (JMIP/DISTP)                       4,356           4,356  ..............
      76 SCAMP BLOCK II (DEM/VAL)                                       10,221          10,221  ..............
      77 MEDIUM EXTENDED AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM (MEADS) CONCEPTS           264,527         264,527  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         737,373         889,873        +152,500     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT:
      78 AIRCRAFT AVIONICS                                              68,857          80,827         +11,970
      79 ARMED, DEPLOYABLE OH-58D                                       20,000          15,000          ^5,000
      81 EW DEVELOPMENT                                                 16,879          16,879  ..............
      82 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO                                          121,400         121,400  ..............
      83 ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTEM                                      5,346           5,346  ..............
      84 TRACTOR CAGE                                                   14,149          14,149  ..............
      85 COMMON MISSILE                                                152,381         152,381  ..............
      86 INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS                                       28,187          38,187         +10,000
      87 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES                                        2,854           5,854          +3,000
      88 SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS--ENG DEV              3,798           3,798  ..............
      89 JAVELIN                                                           944             944  ..............
      90 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES                               2,479          27,479         +25,000
      91 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                             2,088           2,088  ..............
      93 LIGHT TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES                        ..............          10,000         +10,000
      94 ARMORED SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION (ASM)-ENG DEV                 2,700,455       2,127,018        ^573,437
     94A NON LINE OF SIGHT LAUNCH SYSTEMS                       ..............          64,500         +64,500
      95 NON-LINE OF SIGHT CANNON                                      497,643         841,580        +343,937
      97 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--ENG DEV                                  24,693          24,693  ..............
      98 COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT                       115,093         115,093  ..............
      99 NON-SYSTEM TRAINING DEVICES--ENG DEV                           51,694          51,694  ..............
     100 TERRAIN INFORMATION--ENG DEV                                    3,199           3,199  ..............
     101 INTEGRATED METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT SYSTEM                        2,485           2,485  ..............
     103 AIR DEFENSE COMMAND, CONTROL AND INTELLIGENCE--ENG             27,376          27,376  ..............
          DEV
     104 CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    42,869          42,869  ..............
     105 AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT                            4,713           7,213          +2,500
     106 DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS (DIS) -ENGINE-            26,985          26,985  ..............
          ER
     107 TACTICAL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS--ENG DEV                         21,821          21,821  ..............
     108 BRILLIANT ANTI-ARMOR SUBMUNITION (BAT)                             21           2,521          +2,500
     110 POSITIONING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT (SPACE)                         2,048           2,048  ..............
     111 COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (CATT) CORE                     23,849          23,849  ..............
     112 JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM                                10,726          10,726  ..............
     113 AVIATION--ENG DEV                                               2,378           3,378          +1,000
     114 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--ENG DEV                                125,885         149,885         +24,000
     115 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ENG DEV                      89,151          96,151          +7,000
     116 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS--ENG DEV             219,790         227,790          +8,000
     117 MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT          11,727          15,727          +4,000
     118 LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--ENG DEV                              51,045          51,045  ..............
     119 ARTILLERY MUNITIONS--EMD                                      133,297         133,297  ..............
     120 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION                                           6,994          14,994          +8,000
     121 ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND & CONTROL HARDWARE & SOFTWARE            68,110          68,110  ..............
     122 LOSAT                                                          22,628          22,628  ..............
     123 RADAR DEVELOPMENT                                               6,107           6,107  ..............
     124 FIREFINDER                                                     18,516          24,516          +6,000
     125 ARTILLERY SYSTEMS--EMD                                          9,550          12,550          +3,000
     126 PATRIOT PAC-3 THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE ACQUISI-  TION           64,178          64,178  ..............
     127 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                             95,261          95,261  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            4,919,649       4,875,619         ^44,030     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
     128 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                   22,101          31,701          +9,600
     129 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                     11,017          11,017  ..............
     130 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT                                           57,987          57,987  ..............
     131 RAND ARROYO CENTER                                             20,012          24,012          +4,000
     132 ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL                                          143,921         143,921  ..............
     133 CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM                               22,727          24,727          +2,000
     135 ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES                               181,114         201,114         +20,000
     136 ARMY TECHNICAL TEST INSTRUMENTATION AND TAR-  GETS             52,433          61,933          +9,500
     137 SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS                               44,648          50,648          +6,000
     138 DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER TEST FACILITY                            15,725          15,725  ..............
     139 AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION                                          3,485           3,485  ..............
     140 METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT TO RDT&E; ACTIVITIES                      8,711           8,711  ..............
     141 MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS                                      18,000          18,000  ..............
     142 EXPLOITATION OF FOREIGN ITEMS                                   4,740           4,740  ..............
     143 SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING                                 71,239          71,239  ..............
     144 ARMY EVALUATION CENTER                                         62,209          62,209  ..............
     145 SIMULATION & MODELING FOR ACQ, RQTS, & TNG (SMART)              1,935           1,935  ..............
     146 PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITIES                                         59,368          59,368  ..............
     147 TECHNICAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES                               27,713          30,713          +3,000
     148 MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY            14,611          36,111         +21,500
     149 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY MGMT SUPPORT                   4,527           4,527  ..............
     150 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)             11,575          11,575  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           859,798         935,398         +75,600     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
     152 MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                               97,422          97,422  ..............
     153 AEROSTAT JOINT PROJECT OFFICE                                  81,514          81,514  ..............
     154 DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS AGAINST WEAPONS OF MASS          ..............           5,000          +5,000
          DESTRUCT
     155 ADV FIELD ARTILLERY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM                       17,994          17,994  ..............
     156 COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                            15,952          15,952  ..............
     157 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM                                        24,753          24,753  ..............
     158 AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS           242,853         222,853         ^20,000
     159 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PRO-  GRAM                2,427          12,427         +10,000
     160 DIGITIZATION                                                   24,506          24,506  ..............
     161 FORCE XXI BATTLE COMMAND, BRIGADE AND BELOW (FBCB2)            23,510          23,510  ..............
     162 MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PRO-  GRAM             31,690          31,690  ..............
     163 OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                      4,863           4,863  ..............
     164 TRACTOR RUT                                                     3,321           3,321  ..............
     165 TRACTOR CARD                                                    9,023           9,023  ..............
     166 JOINT TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM (TRI-TAC)                18,177          18,177  ..............
     167 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND SYSTEM                                    9,967           9,967  ..............
     171 SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES                   ..............           4,000          +4,000
     172 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                           24,725          30,725          +6,000
     173 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                   94,215          94,215  ..............
     174 SATCOM GROUND ENVIRONMENT (SPACE)                              51,959          51,959  ..............
     175 WWMCCS/GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                       19,204          19,204  ..............
     177 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                              45,627          55,127          +9,500
     178 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                 5,128          11,328          +6,200
     179 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                              43,254          50,254          +7,000
     180 AVIONICS COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                            997             997  ..............
     181 END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES                    67,236          86,836         +19,600
     182 NATO JOINT STARS                                                  595             595  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                      960,912       1,008,212         +47,300     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                 5,213           5,213  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL,  ARMY          9,266,258      10,308,804      +1,042,546
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2005 budget      Committee      Change from
Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2DEFENSE RESEARCH          131,206         163,806         +32,600
     SCIENCES
        Desert         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Terrain
         Analysis for
         Enhancing
         Military
         Opera-
         tions
        Low            ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Temperature
         Research
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Research and
         Technology
         Initiative
        Functionally   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Integrated
         Reactive
         Surface
         Technology
         Program
         [FIRST]
        Bioterrorists  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Agents in
         Military
         Drinking
         Water
         Systems
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Deployable
         Nano-Sensors
        Prometheus     ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Spectrometer
        Optical        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Technologies
         Research
        Prediction of  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Land-
         Atmosphere
         Interactions
        Knowledge      ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Management
         Research
        Brain Imaging  ..............  ..............          +5,600
         research
        PASIS          ..............  ..............          +1,000
         (Perpetually
         Available
         and Secure
         Information
         Systems
         Research)
   3UNIVERSITY                 75,133          80,533          +5,400
     RESEARCH
     SCIENCES (H)
        Army force     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         protection
        Bioinformatic  ..............  ..............          +2,400
         s research
   4UNIVERSITY AND             77,658         100,734         +23,076
     INDUSTRY
     RESEARCH CENTERS
        National       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Infotonics
         research
        Small Trailer  ..............  ..............            +750
         Corrosion
         Prevention
         Program
        NOLES          ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Composite
         Materials
        Partnership    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         for a Next
         Generation
         of Vehicles/
         TACOM
        Composite      ..............  ..............            +826
         Materials
         research
        Ferroelectric  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Electronic-
         Photonic
         Nanodevices
         research
        Rapidly        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Deployable
         Visualizatio
         n for
         Training and
         Simulation
         in Urban
         Terrains
        Next           ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Generation
         Joining
         Technology
         Research
         Initiative
        Info           ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Assurance
         Research
        University     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Based
         Automotive
         Research
   5FORCE HEALTH                9,538          10,538          +1,000
     PROTECTION
        Gulf War       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Illness and
         Chemical
         Agent
         Exposure
         Program
   6MATERIALS                  15,385          51,885         +36,500
     TECHNOLOGY
        Spinel         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Tactical
         Armor
         Manufacturin
         g Technology
          [STAMT]
        Materials      ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Joining for
         Army Weapons
         Systems
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Materials
         Processing
         for Future
         Combat
         Systems
        Design and     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Manufacturin
         g Process
         Technology
         for High
         Performance
         Polymer Nano-
         composites
        Future         ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Affordable
         Multi-
         Utility
         [FAMU]
         Materials
         for the Army
         FCS
        Composite      ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Materials
         Technology
         for FCS
        On-Demand      ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Micro
         Electronics
         Manufacturin
         g and
         Qualificatio
         n
        Engineered     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Surfaces for
         Weapons
         Systems Life
         Exten-  sion
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Materials
         for Mine
         Detection
         and Blast
         Mitigation
   7SENSORS AND                25,629          38,129         +12,500
     ELECTRONIC
     SURVIVABILITY
        Portable       ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Chemical-
         Biological
         Agent
         Detection
         System
        Digital Radio  ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Frequency
         Tags [DRaFT]
        Small Airship  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Surveillance
         System--Lite
         Remotely
         Piloted
         System
   9AVIATION                   41,629          46,629          +5,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        Silver Fox     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         UAV
  10EW TECHNOLOGY              18,034          19,534          +1,500
        Biometric      ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Signatures
         Research
  11MISSILE                    51,993         107,293         +55,300
     TECHNOLOGY
        Mariah II      ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Hypersonic
         Wind Tunnel
        Army Flight    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Test
        Unmanned       ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Systems
         Initiative
         at AMRDEC
        Hypersonic     ..............  ..............         +21,300
         Army Missile
         Technology
        Maneuver Air   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Defense
         System
         [MADS]
        LENS X         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Hypervelocit
         y Ground
         Testing
  12ADVANCED WEAPONS           16,641          23,641          +7,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        Rapid Target   ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Acquisition
         & Tracking
         System
  13ADVANCED CONCEPTS          15,041          26,841         +11,800
     AND SIMULATION
        Joint          ..............  ..............          +6,800
         Unmanned
         Systems Test
         and Research
         [JOUSTER]
        Boston         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         University
         Photonics
         research
  14COMBAT VEHICLE             69,638         103,138         +33,500
     AND AUTOMOTIVE
     TECHNOLOGY
        SmarTruck      ..............  ..............          +5,000
        Multipurpose   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Utility
         Vehicle--Rec
         onfigurable
        Flexible JP-8  ..............  ..............          +6,000
         (Single
         Battlefield
         Fuel) Pilot
         Plant
         Program
         Phase III
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Electric
         Drive
        Rapid          ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Prototyping
        Advanced High  ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Power
         Rechargeable
         Stored
         Energy
         Technology
        Unmanned       ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Vehicle
         Control
         Technologies
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Energy and
         Manufacturin
         g Technology
  15BALLISTICS                 51,301          54,101          +2,800
     TECHNOLOGY
        Structural     ..............  ..............          +2,800
         Reliability
         of
         Electronic
         Components
         for
         Munitions &
         Lt Wt
         Structures
  16CHEMICAL, SMOKE             3,476          10,576          +7,100
     AND EQUIPMENT
     DEFEATING
     TECHNOLOGY
        Rapid          ..............  ..............          +7,100
         Response
         Deployable
         Vaporous
         Hydrogen
         Peroxide Bio-
         Chem
  18WEAPONS AND                44,666          71,666         +27,000
     MUNITIONS
     TECHNOLOGY
        Army           ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Excellence
         in Acoustics
         research
        RangeSafe      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Technology
         Demonstratio
         n Initiative
        Green          ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Armaments
         Technology
         Initiative
         [GAT]
        Active         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Coating
         Technology
        Deep Digger    ..............  ..............          +1,000
        Electroconver  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         sion of
         Energetic
         Materials
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Technology
         Lightweight
         Armament
         System--Rare
         faction Wave
         Gun
        Amorphous      ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Metal
         Manufacturin
         g Technology
         for Military
         Applications
        Micro-         ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Laminate
         Ceramic
         Armor
  19ELECTRONICS AND            41,236          88,536         +47,300
     ELECTRONIC
     DEVICES
        Soldier        ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Portable
         Fuel Cell
         Power
        Flexible       ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Display
         Initative
         [FDI]
         Displays for
         Military
         Applications
        Battery        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Returns in
         Error
         Advanced
         Vehicle
         Battery
         Management
         Program
         (Phase II)
        Rapid          ..............  ..............          +3,000
         recharge,
         lithium-ion
         battery pack
        ONAMI          ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Miniature
         Tactical
         Energy
         Systems
         Development
        High Power     ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Solid State
         Lasers
        PEM Fuel Cell  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Quiet
         Tactical
         Generators
        Cylindrical    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Zinc Air
         Battery for
         Future
         Soldier
         Communicatio
         n Systems
        Universal      ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Radio
         Frequency
         Identificati
         on [RFID]
         Monitoring
         Device
        Transcritical  ..............  ..............          +5,500
         CO2
         Environmenta
         l Control
         Unit
        Software       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Defined
         Radio
         Communicatio
         ns
         Interoperabi
         lity
         Initiative
        Rechargeable   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Cylindrical
         Cell
         Systems--Lit
         hium Ion/
         Nickel Metal
         Hydride
        Metal Oxide    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Cathode--1.5
         Volt
         Alkaline
        State of       ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Charge
         Battery Life
         Indicator
        Flexible       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Polymer
         Multilaminat
         e Packaging
        Direct Diode   ..............  ..............          +7,800
         Electro-
         Optical
         Source
  21COUNTERMINE                20,547          24,547          +4,000
     SYSTEMS
        Polymer Based  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Landmine
         Detection
  23ENVIRONMENTAL              17,026          24,526          +7,500
     QUALITY
     TECHNOLOGY
        Hawthorne      ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Army Depot
        Biological/    ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Chemical
         Materials
         Environmenta
         l Modeling
  24COMMAND, CONTROL,          18,604          20,604          +2,000
     COMMUNICATIONS
     TECHNOLOGY
        Portable       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Flexible
         Communicatio
         ns Display
         Device
  26MILITARY                   47,152          53,152          +6,000
     ENGINEERING
     TECHNOLOGY
        University     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Partnership
         for
         Operational
         Support
        Geosciences/   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Atmospheric
         Research
  27MANPOWER/                  15,322          16,322          +1,000
     PERSONNEL/
     TRAINING
     TECHNOLOGY
        Dermal phase   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         meter
  28LOGISTICS                  21,131          58,531         +37,400
     TECHNOLOGY
        Self-          ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Decontaminat
         ing
         Selectively
         Permeable
         Membranes
        Flexible       ..............  ..............          +3,200
         Monolithical
         ly
         Integrated
         Solar Panels
         on a Polymer
         Substrate
        Next           ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Generation
         Chemical/
         Biological
         Agent
         Protective
         Garment
        Supplemental   ..............  ..............          +7,000
         body armor
         research
        Integrated,    ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Unbreakable,
         Flexible
         Visible and
         Infared
         Lighting
         Surfaces
        Warfighter     ..............  ..............          +3,200
         technology
        U.S. Army      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         research on
         advanced
         structures
         and
         composites
         in
         construction
        Improved       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Shelf-Life
         in fresh
         fruits and
         vegetables
        NBC            ..............  ..............          +4,500
         Integrated
         Protection
         Membrane--Sh
         elters
         [NBCIPM-S]
  29MEDICAL                    60,877         117,377         +56,500
     TECHNOLOGY
        Predictive     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Tools for
         Post-
         Traumatic
         Stress
         Disorder
         [PTSD]
        Chitosan       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Hemorrhage
         Control
         Dressing
        USAMRIID       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Anthrax
         Research
        National       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Behaviorial
         Genomics
         Research
        Tissue         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Replacement
         and Repair
         for
         Battlefield
         Injuries
        Combat         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Casualty
         Care for
         Battlefield
         Wounds
        Texas          ..............  ..............         +11,000
         Training and
         Technology
         for Trauma
         and Terror-
         ism
        Transportable  ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Pathogen
         Reduction
         and Blood
         Safety
         System
        Reserve        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Component
         Medical
         Skills
         Readiness
         Training
        Comprehensive  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Bioactive
         Products
         Program for
         Breast
         Cancer
        Automated      ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Medical
         Emergency
         Intravascula
         r Access
         (AuthCath)
        Shock Trauma   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Research
        International  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Rehabilitati
         on Network
        Military       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Biomaterials
         Research
         [CEMBR]
        Computational  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Proteomics
        HSDI           ..............  ..............          +5,000
        Authorized     ..............  ..............          -5,000
         reduction
  30WARFIGHTER                 68,034          59,534          -8,500
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Ration         ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Packaging
         Materials &
         Systems for
         MRE's
        Antimicrobial/ ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Medical
         Baselayer
         Garment
         Technology
        Multifunction  ..............  ..............          +1,500
         al
         Protective
         Packaging
         Technology
        Technology     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         and Human
         Systems
         Integration
         Program
        Land Warrior/  ..............  ..............         -15,000
         Future Force
         Warrior
         consolidatio
         n
  31MEDICAL ADVANCED           38,404         164,404        +126,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        Mobile I.V.    ..............  ..............          +3,000
         system
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Clinical
         Education
         Institute/
         Surgery
         Interactive
         System
        Metroplex      ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Comprehensiv
         e Medical
         Imaging
         research
        National       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Bioterrorism
         Civilian
         Medical
         Response
         [CIMERC]
        Operating      ..............  ..............          +4,500
         Room of the
         Future
        National       ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Tissue
         Engineering
         Center
        Orphan         ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Disease Drug
         Discovery
        Medical        ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Modeling and
         Simulation
         through
         Synthetic
         Digital
         Genes
        Fort Detrick   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Technology
         Transfer
         Initiative
        Prostate       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Disease
         Research
         (WRAMC)
        Military Low   ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Vision
         Research
        Fibrinogen     ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Bandages for
         Battlefield
         Wounds
        Brain,         ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Biology and
         Machines
        Untethered     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Health Care
        Pennington     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Biomedical
        Smart Shelf    ..............  ..............          +8,800
         Chain of
         Custody and
         Control of
         Medical
         Records
        SEAmed Oral    ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Health
         Project
        Human          ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Polymerized
         Pyridoxilate
         d Hemoglobin-
         Based Oxygen
         Carriers
        Technologies   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         for
         Metabolic
         Monitoring
        Accelerated    ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Diagnosis-
         Digital
         Imaging
         Pattern
         Recognition
        Study of       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Human
         Operator
         Performance
         [C-SHOP]
        Light Based    ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Self
         Treatment
         for
         Pseudofollic
         ulitis
         Barbae [PFB]
        Soldier-       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         mounted Eye-
         Tracking and
         Control
         Systems
        Genomic        ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Medicine and
         Gene Therapy
         Project
        Vascular       ..............  ..............          +2,600
         Graft
         Research for
         Combat
         Settings
        Leishmaniasis  ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Prevention,
         Treatment &
         Diagnosis
        Malaria        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Prevention,
         Treatment &
         Diagnosis
        Weight         ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Measurements
         and
         Standards
         for Military
         Personnel
        Minimally      ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Invasive
         Surgery
         Modeling and
         Simulation
        Electronic     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Textiles for
         Combat
         Casualty
         Care
        Extra          ..............  ..............          +6,000
         corporeal
         membrane
         oxygenation
         at Tripler
        Tissue         ..............  ..............          +5,600
         development
         on elastin
         biomatrixes
        Tripler Army   ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Medical
         Center eICU
         remote
         critical
         care
        Authorized     ..............  ..............          -5,000
         reduction
  32AVIATION ADVANCED          69,549         102,749         +33,200
     TECHNOLOGY
        Excaliber      ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Tact UCAV
        Reconfigurabl  ..............  ..............          +1,700
         e Tooling
         Systems
        Process        ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Technologies
         for
         Replacement
         Part
         Production
        Wiring         ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Traceout for
         Joint
         Aviation
         Technical
         Data
         Integration
        UAV and Micro  ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Air Vehicle
         Dynamometer
        VTDP Compound  ..............  ..............          +5,500
         Helicopter
         Technology
         Flight
         Demonstratio
         n
        Improved Lung  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Cancer
         Management--
         Advanced
         Imaging
         Technology
  33WEAPONS AND                67,622          79,122         +11,500
     MUNITIONS
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Tungsten       ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Penetrator
        Main Rotor     ..............  ..............          +3,500
         and Anti-
         Torque Blade
         Erosion
         Resistant
         Ceramic
         Coating
        Electromagnet  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         ic Gun
         Initiative
        Compressor     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Blades Wear-
         Resistant
         Ceramic
         Coating
  34COMBAT VEHICLE            203,126         263,326         +60,200
     AND AUTOMOTIVE
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        CAV            ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Technology
         Transition
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +2,100
         Power Trains
         and
         Intelligent
         Control
         Systems for
         M-Gators
        Rotary, Multi- ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Fuel,
         Auxiliary
         Power Unit
         [RMF-FPU]
        Fuel Cell      ..............  ..............          +6,100
         Ground
         Support
         Equipment
         Demonstratio
         n
        IMPACT--Conce  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         pt Modeling
         Tool Suite
         Development/
         Sensitivity
         Analysis for
         Military
         Trucks
         [CMTSD/SAMT]
        Advanced Army  ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Modular
         Composite
         Bridge
        Next           ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Generation
         Non-Tactical
         Vehicle
         Propulsion
        Electrochromi  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         c Material
         Windows
        Armored        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Composite
         Cab
         Development
         Program
        Military       ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Vehicle
         Technologies
        Army           ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Lightweight
         Structures
         Initiative
         [ALSI]
        Innovative     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Materials
         for
         Infrastructu
         re Security
        Digital        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Humans and
         Virtual
         Reality
        Tactical       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Vehicle
         Design Tools
        N-STEP         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Enabled
         Manufacturin
         g Cell for
         FCS
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Thermal
         Management
         Controls
        Fastening and  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Joining
         Research
        Pacific Rim    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Corrosion
         Research
         Program
        Modular        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         logistics
         transport
         technology
        Future         ..............  ..............          -5,000
         Tactical
         Truck
  36MANPOWER,                   7,288           8,788          +1,500
     PERSONNEL AND
     TRAINING
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Battle         ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Command Team
         Training
         [BCTT]
         Program
  37ELECTRONIC                 41,760          68,760         +27,000
     WARFARE ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Applied        ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Communicatio
         ns and
         Information
         Networking
         [ACIN]
        Rapid          ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Optimization
         of
         Commercial
         Knowledge
        Networking     ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Environment
         for Command,
         Control and
         Communicatio
         ns
        Portable and   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Mobile
         Emergency
         Broadband
         Systems
  39NEXT GENERATION            18,072          30,072         +12,000
     TRAINING &
     SIMULATION
     SYSTEMS
        Institute for  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Creative
         Technologies
         -joint fires
         and effects
         training
         system
        CAVE           ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Automatic
         Virtual
         Environment
  41EXPLOSIVE                   9,706          21,106         +11,400
     DEMILITARIZATION
     TECHNOLOGY
        Missile        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Recycling
        Munitions      ..............  ..............          +2,000
         demilitariza
         tion
        Sierra Army    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Depot
         Cryofracture/
         Plasma Arc
         Demilitariza
         tion Program
        Thin Layer     ..............  ..............          +2,400
         Chromatograp
         hy
  43COMBATING                   3,383           9,583          +6,200
     TERRORISM,
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOPMENT FOR
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +6,200
         Mobile Micro
         Grid Program
  45EW TECHNOLOGY               9,382          16,382          +7,000
        Ground Combat  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Vehicle
         Laser
         Warning
        Shortstop      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Electronic
         Protection
         System
  46MISSILE AND                92,800         118,300         +25,500
     ROCKET ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Long Range     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Aviation
         Missile
         [LRAM]
        Warfighter     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Protection
         and Homeland
         Security Lab
        Missile        ..............  ..............         +11,000
         Simulation
         Technology
        Close-in       ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Active
         Protection
         Systems
         [CIAPS]
  48LANDMINE WARFARE           25,577          32,577          +7,000
     AND BARRIER
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Light-Weight   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Rapidly
         Deployable
         Modular
         Hardened
         Shelters
        EDIT Advanced  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Landmine
         Detection
  49JOINT SERVICE               5,968          11,868          +5,900
     SMALL ARMS
     PROGRAM
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +5,900
         Demining
         Technology
  51NIGHT VISION               50,071          88,371         +38,300
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Warfighter/    ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Firefighter
         Position,
         Location,
         and Tracking
         [PLT] Sensor
        Cost           ..............  ..............          +4,800
         Effective
         Targeting
         System
         [CETS]
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Passive
         Millimeter
         Wave Imager
        Buster         ..............  ..............         +12,500
         backpack
         small UAV
        Soldier        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Mobility and
         Rifle
         Targeting
         System
         [SMaRTS]
        IED locating   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         low-cost,
         long-
         endurance
         UAVs
        Night Vision   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Fusion
         Research and
         Development
  53MILITARY                    3,865          27,065         +23,200
     ENGINEERING
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Ramgen/Fuel    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Cell Hybrid
         System
        U.S. Army      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Advanced
         Structures
         and
         Composites
         in
         Construction
         research
        Solid Oxide    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Fuel Cell
         [SOFC]
         Development
         for Defense
         Applications
        Battlefield    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Production
         of Hydrogen
         for Fuel
         Cell
         Vehicles
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +6,200
         Mobile
         Microgrid
         Program
        Defense        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Applications
         for Thermo-
         Electric
         Power
         Generation
         Devices
  55ARMY MISSILE               53,509         116,909         +63,400
     DEFENSE SYSTEMS
     INTEGRATION
        Nanoscience    ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Initiative
        NGPS--Next     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Generation
         Passive
         sensors
        P3 Power       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Systems
        Low Cost       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Avionics
        Vertical       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Integration
         for Missile
         Surveillance
         data
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +4,900
         Strap-Down
         Seeker
         [ASDS]
        Carbon Foam,   ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Missile
         Defense
         Agency
        Modelling and  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Simulation
         Activities
        Mobile         ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Tactical
         High Energy
         Laser
         [MTHEL]
        Anti-Stealth   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Research--Pa
         ssive
         Surveillance
         System
        Integrated     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Composite
         Airframe
         Structure
         Program
        Eagle Eyes     ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Nuclear
         Detection
         Program
        Next           ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Generation
         Hardware-in-
         the-loop
         [HWIL] Tool
         [NGHT]
        Global         ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Infrasound
         Monitoring
         of the
         Atmosphere
  56ARMY MISSILE                4,871          35,971         +31,100
     DEFENSE SYSTEMS
     INTEGRATION [DEM/
     VAL]
        Low Cost       ..............  ..............         +15,000
         Interceptor
         [LCI]
        Radar Power    ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Technology
         Research
         Program
        Telecommunica  ..............  ..............          +9,300
         tion
         upgrades at
         Kodiak
         Launch Com-
         plex
        Kodiak Range   ..............  ..............          +5,800
         upgrades--KL
         C safety
         upgrades
  57AIR AND MISSILE            91,713         122,713         +31,000
     DEFENSE SYSTEMS
     ENGINEERING
        Geospatial     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Information
         Decision
         Support
        E-STRIKE       ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Technology
         Enhancement
         for the
         Maneuver Air
         Defense
         Capability
        Air, Space     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         and Missile
         Defense
         System of
         Systems
         Hardware-in-
         the-loop
        AMD            ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Architecture
         Analysis
         [A3] Program
        SituSpace      ..............  ..............          +9,000
         Single
         Integrated
         Space
         Picture
  58LANDMINE WARFARE           11,634          18,634          +7,000
     AND BARRIER--ADV
     DEV
        MVMNT Program  ..............  ..............          +7,000
         for
         Simulation
         Based
         Operation
  59SMOKE, OBSCURANT            6,249          11,249          +5,000
     AND TARGET
     DEFEATING SYS-
     ADV DEV
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Laser
         Electric
         Program
        Thermo-        ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Acoustic
         Piezo Energy
         Conversion
        Standoff       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Hazardous
         Agent
         Detection
         and
         Evaluation
         System
         Research
  60TANK AND MEDIUM            39,697           9,697         -30,000
     CALIBER
     AMMUNITION
        MRM            ..............  ..............         -30,000
  65NIGHT VISION               14,047          19,047          +5,000
     SYSTEMS ADVANCED
     DEVELOPMENT
        Night Vision   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Systems
         Advanced
         Development
         (FIRRE)
  66ENVIRONMENTAL               9,356          24,356         +15,000
     QUALITY
     TECHNOLOGY DEM/
     VAL
        Casting        ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Emission
         Reduction
         Program
         [CERP]
        Waste          ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Minimization
         and
         Pollution
         Prevention
        Vanadium       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Technology
         Program
        Wellhead       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Treatment of
         Perchlorate
         Contaminated
         Wells
        Environmental  ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Management
         System Pilot
         in the
         Defense
         Department
  69AVIATION--ADV DEV          12,113          18,613          +6,500
        Virtual        ..............  ..............          +5,500
         Cockpit
         Optimization
         Program
         [VCOP]
        Rapid          ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Response
         Chem-Bio
         Decon,
         Liquid and
         Dry (Decon
         Green)
  71LOGISTICS AND              10,485          16,485          +6,000
     ENGINEER
     EQUIPMENT--ADV
     DEV
        Mobile Parts   ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Hospital
  73MEDICAL SYSTEMS--          10,258          22,758         +12,500
     ADV DEV
        Future         ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Medical
         Shelter
         System
        Combat         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Medical
         Material--Ad
         vanced
         Development
  78AIRCRAFT AVIONICS          68,857          80,827         +11,970
        Transfer from  ..............  ..............         +11,970
         line 199,
         RDDW
  79ARMED, DEPLOYABLE          20,000          15,000          -5,000
     OH-58D
        Lack of        ..............  ..............          -5,000
         justificatio
         n
  86INFANTRY SUPPORT           28,187          38,187         +10,000
     WEAPONS
        XM312 .50      ..............  ..............         +10,000
         caliber
         Advanced
         Crew Served
         Weapon
  87MEDIUM TACTICAL             2,854           5,854          +3,000
     VEHICLES
        FMTV Weight/   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Cost
         Reduction
         Initiative
  90FAMILY OF HEAVY             2,479          27,479         +25,000
     TACTICAL
     VEHICLES
        HEMTT A3 SDD   ..............  ..............         +10,000
        Heavy          ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Equipment
         Transport
         System
         [HETS] recap
         pro-  gram
        Palletized     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Load System
         [PLS] recap
         program
        21st Century   ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Truck and
         Future
         Tactical
         Truck System
  93LIGHT TACTICAL     ..............          10,000         +10,000
     WHEELED VEHICLES
        HMMWV Block    ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Improvement
         Program
  94ARMORED SYSTEMS         2,700,455       2,127,018        -573,437
     MODERNIZATION
     [ASM]--ENG. DEV
        Transfer to    ..............  ..............         -79,500
         line 94A
        Excess         ..............  ..............        -150,000
         management
         reserve
        Transfer to    ..............  ..............        -343,937
         line 95
 94ANON LINE OF SIGHT  ..............          64,500         +64,500
     LAUNCH SYSTEMS
        Transfer from  ..............  ..............         +79,500
         line 94
        LAM            ..............  ..............         -15,000
  95NON LINE OF SIGHT         497,643         841,580        +343,937
     CANNON
        Transfer from  ..............  ..............        +343,937
         line 94
 105AUTOMATIC TEST              4,713           7,213          +2,500
     EQUIPMENT
     DEVELOPMENT
        Integrated     ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Family of
         Test
         Equipment--B
         ase Shop
         Test
 108BRILLIANT ANTI-                21           2,521          +2,500
     ARMOR
     SUBMUNITION
     [BAT]
        Viper Strike   ..............  ..............          +2,500
 113AVIATION--ENG DEV           2,378           3,378          +1,000
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Ballistic
         Protection
 114WEAPONS AND               125,885         149,885         +24,000
     MUNITIONS--ENG
     DEV
        Distributed    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Aperture
         Semi Active
         Laser Seeker
         [DASALS]
        Common         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Remotely-
         Operated
         Weapons
         Station
         [CROWS]
        Precision      ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Guided
         Mortar
         Munition
         [PGMM]
        Mortar Anti-   ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Personnel-
         Anti-
         Material
         [MAPAM]
 115LOGISTICS AND              89,151          96,151          +7,000
     ENGINEER
     EQUIPMENT--ENG
     DEV
        Rapidly        ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Installed
         Fuel
         Transfer
         System
         [RIFTS]
 116COMMAND, CONTROL,         219,790         227,790          +8,000
     COMMUNICATIONS
     SYSTEMS--ENG DEV
        Standoff       ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Sensor for
         Radionuclide
         ID [SSRID]
 117MEDICAL MATERIEL/          11,727          15,727          +4,000
     MEDICAL
     BIOLOGICAL
     DEFENSE EQUIPM
        Chitosan       ..............  ..............          +2,500
         bandage
         component
        Smisson        ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Cartledge
         Infuser
 120COMBAT                      6,994          14,994          +8,000
     IDENTIFICATION
        Integrated     ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Battlefield
         Combat
         Situational
         Awareness
 124FIREFINDER                 18,516          24,516          +6,000
        AN/TPQ 47      ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Phoenix
 125ARTILLERY                   9,550          12,550          +3,000
     SYSTEMS--EMD
        Paladin/       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Excaliber
         Integration
 128THREAT SIMULATOR           22,101          31,701          +9,600
     DEVELOPMENT
        RF/SAM Threat  ..............  ..............          +9,600
         Simulator
         Program
 131RAND ARROYO                20,012          24,012          +4,000
     CENTER
        RAND Arroyo    ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Center
 133CONCEPTS                   22,727          24,727          +2,000
     EXPERIMENTATION
        Technology     ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Management
         and
         Collaboratio
         n Initiative
         (TMCI)
 135ARMY TEST RANGES          181,114         201,114         +20,000
     AND FACILITIES
        Cold Regions   ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Test Center--
         hybrid
         electric
         infrastruc-
         ture
        Big Crow       ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Program
         Office
         [BCPO]
 136ARMY TECHNICAL             52,433          61,933          +9,500
     TEST
     INSTRUMENTATION
     AND TARGETS
        Chemical-      ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Biological
         Defense
         Material
         Test and
         Evaluation
         Initiative
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Digital
         Radar System
         [ADRS]
        White Sands    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Missile
         Range Film
         Elimination
 137SURVIVABILITY/             44,648          50,648          +6,000
     LETHALITY
     ANALYSIS
        Decision       ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Related
         Structures
 147TECHNICAL                  27,713          30,713          +3,000
     INFORMATION
     ACTIVITIES
        Army High      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Performance
         Computing
         Research
 148MUNITIONS                  14,611          36,111         +21,500
     STANDARDIZATION,
     EFFECTIVENESS
     AND SAFET
        Nanotechnolog  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         y
         Technologies
         for Defense
         Applications
        Excaliber      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Life Cycle
         Improvements
        Omega 60       ..............  ..............            +500
         Battle
         Effects
         Simulator
        Advanced       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Cluster
         Energetics
         [ACE]
         Manufacturin
         g Technology
        Micro          ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Electrical
         Mechanical
         Systems
         [MEMS]
         Technology
         Applications
        Aluminum       ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Matrix
         Composite
         Technology
         Partnership-
         -Munitions
        Mid Range      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Munition
         [MRM] Life
         Cycle
         Improvements
 154DOMESTIC           ..............           5,000          +5,000
     PREPAREDNESS
     AGAINST WEAPONS
     OF MASS DEST
        Chemical-      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Biological
         Casualty
         Treatment
 157AIRCRAFT                  242,853         222,853         -20,000
     MODIFICATIONS/
     PRODUCT
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAM
        IMD-HUMS, UH-  ..............  ..............         +30,000
         60L Army
         Demonstratio
         n
        Contract       ..............  ..............         -50,000
         award delay
 158AIRCRAFT ENGINE             2,427          12,427         +10,000
     COMPONENT
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAM
        FADEC for      ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Kiowa
         Warrior &
         Mission
         Enhanced
         Little Bird
         [MELB]
 171SECURITY AND       ..............           4,000          +4,000
     INTELLIGENCE
     ACTIVITIES
        Document       ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Exploitation
 172INFORMATION                24,725          30,725          +6,000
     SYSTEMS SECURITY
     PROGRAM
        Biometrics--t  ..............  ..............          +6,000
         esting of
         technology
 177TACTICAL UNMANNED          45,627          55,127          +9,500
     AERIAL VEHICLES
        Small          ..............  ..............          +9,500
         Platform
         Modern
         Signal
         Communicatio
         ns
         Intelligence
         [COMINT]
 178AIRBORNE                    5,128          11,328          +6,200
     RECONNAISSANCE
     ADV DEVELOPMENT
        Hyperspectral  ..............  ..............          +6,200
         Longwave
         Imager for
         the Tactical
         Environment
         [HYLITE]
 179DISTRIBUTED                43,254          50,254          +7,000
     COMMON GROUND/
     SURFACE SYSTEMS
     (JMIP)
        Intelligence   ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Data
         Exchange for
         Execution
         and Planning
         [I-DEEP]
         DCGS
 181END ITEM                   67,236          86,836         +19,600
     INDUSTRIAL
     PREPAREDNESS
     ACTIVITIES
        Manufacturing  ..............  ..............          +1,600
         Metrology
         for Weapon
         Sys
         Production &
         Sustainment
        Free Form Low  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Cost
         Fabrication
         using
         titanium
        Laser System   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Development
         for Turbine
         Engine
         Applications
        Virtual Parts  ..............  ..............          +3,000
        Laser          ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Engineered
         Net Shaping
         [LENS]
         Manufacturin
         g
         Qualificatio
         n
        Manufacturing  ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Systems
         Demonstratio
         n
        Packaging and  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Interconnect
         ion
         Technology
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    Titanium Extraction, Mining, and Process Engineering 
Research [TEMPER] Initiative.--The Committee is aware of 
technologies which will identify and develop new extraction and 
mining technologies that will significantly reduce the cost of 
titanium, reduce the reliance on foreign titanium ore and build 
the lowest cost processing stream for titanium components. The 
fiscal year 2004 program has demonstrated the feasibility of 
using Montana ore and through the technology resources of 
various industry partners, a target low-cost extraction process 
has been identified. Additional funds in fiscal year 2005 will 
extend the existing technology consortium and ensure the 
success of the program. This academic/industry consortium will 
demonstrate the lowest cost processing stream that uses 
domestic ores, a new extraction process and melting and non-
melting technologies to produce material. This approach will 
benchmark a new ``Titanium Mini-mill'' concept, thus 
establishing a new industry standard in the titanium community. 
This is an initiative that will directly benefit the U.S. Army 
and will be validated on weapon systems under development by 
U.S. Army ARDEC. The Committee encourages the Department of the 
Army to continue this program within funds available in the 
research and development account.
    MARIAH II.--The Committee notes that hypersonic ground test 
capability is necessary to launch the next generation of air-
breathing hypersonic systems such as missiles, reusable space 
vehicles and global reach aircraft. To date, the MARIAH II 
program has been developing the key enabling technologies 
required for a MACH 8 to 15, one second run time large-scale 
hypersonic wind tunnel. These technologies include ultra-high 
pressure, electronic beam energy addition and magneto 
hydrodynamics [MHD] acceleration technology. The Committee has 
provided $15,000,000 in PE 0602303A to continue this 
development.
    In fiscal year 2004, Congress directed the transfer of 
MARIAH II from the Air Force, which had failed to include 
MARIAH II in its budget requests, to the Army Aviation and 
Missile Command. The Army identified a near-term need for 
hypersonic ground test capability to support several advanced 
missile development programs. The Army program calls for a MACH 
10, one second run time wind tunnel to be operational within 5 
years. The Committee believes the MARIAH II program to be of 
vital interest to national security and America's continued 
leadership in aerospace. The Committee directs the Secretary of 
the Army, in conjunction with the Director of Defense Research 
and Engineering to submit a report to the congressional defense 
committees by March 3, 2005, which lays out a plan to fund 
MARIAH II in the Future Years' Defense Program so that 
operational capability may be achieved by fiscal year 2009.
    Army Aviation Collaborative Engineering and Integration 
Testbed.--The Committee supports the Army's decision to 
terminate the Comanche helicopter program. However, the 
Committee notes that with the cancellation of Comanche, the 
Army is left with significant technologies and developed 
components that should be utilized to benefit existing aviation 
systems. For example, Comanche sensors [EOSS], Integrated 
Communication Navigation Identification Avionics, Comanche 
Portable Cockpit, revolutionary flight controls and helmet 
mounted display technology, all slated for the Comanche program 
should continue to be evaluated.
    In an effort to capitalize on technologies such as these, 
and to insure that Army aviation remains at the forefront of 
technological advancement, the Committee encourages the Army to 
develop an Aviation Collaborative Engineering and Integration 
Testbed. The goal of such an effort should be to provide a 
critical link between the Government-managed Aviation Research 
Development and Engineering Center [RDEC] at Redstone Arsenal 
and the Original Equipment Manufacturer [OEM] technical experts 
and provide a badly-needed environment in which to evaluate the 
transfer of Comanche-developed components and other advanced 
technologies to Army aviation systems in direct support of 
emerging and future war fighter needs.
    A further goal of this initiative should be to facilitate 
the transfer of Comanche program and other emerging aviation 
systems technologies to a broader Rapid Equipment and Fielding 
Facility [REFF] co-located with the PEO Aviation, PEO Tactical 
Missiles, and Aviation and Missile Command, leveraging several 
existing integration facilities, laboratories, and engineering 
centers. This concept represents an open architecture, airframe 
independent, system integration testbed that will connect 
avionics, sensors, weapons, airframe and test assets into an 
integrated design and performance assessment tool. The 
Committee directs the Secretary of the Army to submit a report 
to the congressional defense committees by January 3, 2005 
which provides a basic framework to move forward with this 
initiative.
    Land Warrior/Objective Force Warrior.--The Committee notes 
with great concern that the Land Warrior program has been in 
existence for over 10 years and to date, has not been fielded.
    The Committee notes with great encouragement, however, that 
with the transfer of this program to PEO Soldier, the Army has 
dedicated the necessary resources and attention to this 
technology in the past year to make a much more realistic 
program which uses soldiers as its main focus.
    The Committee remains concerned that the Land Warrior and 
the Future Force Warrior are becoming two programs on separate 
paths, never to cross with the soldier, those who are the 
intended recipient of their technological advances. Therefore, 
the Committee directs the Army to submit to the congressional 
defense committees a plan to consolidate both programs into a 
single program, benefiting from the efficiencies of each. The 
Committee also recommends a reduction to the Future Force 
Warrior program of $15,000,000 as a result of anticipated 
efficiencies gained through consolidation of these two 
programs. The consolidated program should take on the focus of 
the Army's Future Combat System and provide the Army with a FCS 
dismounted capability on the individual soldier.
    Further, the Committee understands that it is possible to 
field a dismounted capability immediately to the Stryker 
Brigades currently deployed in combat. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends that the Land Warrior program re-focus its 
procurement strategy to incorporate these emerging 
capabilities, such as the Commanders Digital Assistant [CDA] 
and hand-held EPLRS capabilities, into the Stryker brigades 
immediately.
    Fibrinogen Bandages Using Non-mammalian Clotting 
Proteins.--The Committee is encouraged by recent developments 
in medical technologies using clotting proteins in blood to 
develop bandages. These modern bandages appear to have shown 
promise in traumatic injuries. Further, the Committee 
recommends that the Army consider the use of non-mammalian 
proteins as an additional source of protein in the manufacture 
of Fibrinogen bandages.
    Malaria Research and Vaccine Development.--The Committee 
notes that Department of Defense research has led some of the 
most promising malaria research and vaccine development efforts 
in the world. The Committee encourages the Army and Navy to 
find alternative means to fund administrative costs so that 
contributions from the Malaria Vaccine Initiative can all be 
directed to research and development programs. In an effort to 
boost the Military Infectious Disease Research Program, the 
Committee provides an additional $10,000,000 for malaria 
research and vaccine development. The Committee directs that 
these funds be used for the malaria research and vaccine 
development efforts led by the Walter Reed Army Institute of 
Research [WRAIR] and the Naval Medical Research Center [NMRC]. 
The Committee further encourages the Department of Defense and 
the Department of the Army to provide funding through NMRC for 
Plasmodium Falciparum irradiated sporozoite malaria vaccine 
development, since this research has the potential to yield 
results quickly.
    NAD Synthetase Inhibitors.--The Committee is aware of the 
work being done by the Department of the Army in the area of 
force health protection, specifically the development of novel 
pharmaceuticals that hold excellent promise for the 
prophylactic and/or therapeutic control of anthrax by employing 
NAD synthetase inhibitors. This important research should also 
reduce the side effects associated with current treatments. The 
Committee understands the concern over the prevention and 
treatment of malaria and other tropical diseases, especially 
leishmania. The Committee encourages the Department to evaluate 
whether antimicrobial medical peptides [AMPs] are suitable 
candidates for further clinical development.
    Army Missile and Space Technology Initiative.--The 
Committee is concerned about the lack of Applied Research 
investments in support of the Army's ballistic defense systems. 
Today, the Ballistic Missile Defense [BMD] technology 
development budget has no Applied Research funds and its 
Advanced Technology Research funding accounts for only a 
portion of the overall Missile Defense Agency [MDA] budget with 
the vast majority of funds being dedicated to acquiring and 
fielding near term systems. This lack of funding for Applied 
Research by MDA and the U.S. Army leaves a gap in critical 
technology development for addressing the advancing threat. To 
compound the problem, the speeds and distances involved in 
intercepting a ballistic missile mean that the technologies 
needed to advance our Nation's missile defense capability are 
highly unique to the missile defense mission and cannot 
necessarily leverage other basic and applied research in the 
Services. Therefore, the Committee notes that there is an 
urgent need for a coherent, focused applied research program in 
the U.S. Army for BMD research, specifically dedicated to our 
Nation's Ballistic Missile Defense System.
    Armored Systems Modernization.--The President's fiscal year 
2005 budget submission contains $2,700,455,000 for Armored 
Systems Modernization and an additional $497,643,000 for the 
Non-line of Sight Cannon [NLOS-C]. These two budget lines make 
up the entire Future Combat System funding in the Army.
    The Committee recognizes that the Future Combat System 
represents the single greatest modernization program in the 
Army's budget. This development program has seen an evolution 
since its announcement, and the Committee supports the Army's 
efforts to ensure that this weapon system is the most modern, 
most effective weapon system in the Army inventory. The 
Committee recognizes that the development of the Future Combat 
System, along with Modularity, is an opportunity to modernize 
the way the United States Army conducts land warfare in the 
future.
    In accordance with the discussions held between the Army 
and this Committee, and in an effort to provide a greater 
detailed level of oversight, the Committee directs that the 
funds made available within Program Element 0604645A, Armored 
Systems Modernization, be allocated within the following 
projects:

                        [In millions of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
SoS Engineering & Program Management..................             364.0
FoS Analysis & Integration............................             255.0
Command and Control (Network Software)................             218.0
Systems Integration Platforms Management..............  ................
SoS Test & Evaluation.................................              25.4
Logistics Support & Training..........................             151.8
UAV Recon and Sensors.................................              77.1
Unmanned Ground Vehicles..............................              70.5
Government Costs......................................             453.3
Contract Costs........................................             453.3
Manned Ground Vehicles................................             189.3
Unattended Ground Sensors.............................              19.4
                                                       -----------------
      TOTAL PE 0604645A...............................           2,277.1
                                                       =================
NLOS-C................................................             841.5
NLOS-LS...............................................              79.5
                                                       -----------------
      TOTAL PEs 0604646A/0604647A.....................             921.0
                                                       =================
      TOTAL FCS.......................................           3,198.1
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    As part of the Future Combat System, the Committee 
recommends the creation of a new program element, 0604646A, Non 
Line of Sight--Launch Systems, and recommends the transfer of 
$79,500,000 from program element 0604545A to establish this 
line. Additionally, the Committee recommends the transfer of 
$343,937,000 to the Non Line-of-Sight Cannon and Resupply 
Vehicle [NLOS-C], for a total of $841,580,000, as per the 
amended justification materials submitted to the Committee. The 
Committee believes that these individual projects will provide 
the transparency necessary for Congress to perform its 
oversight role. In addition, the Committee directs that each 
project within the Armored Systems Modernization line be 
designated as a special interest item subject to prior approval 
reprogramming procedures as described elsewhere in this report.
    Electronics Commodity Project.--The Committee was informed 
by the Department of Defense that $1,000,000 was included in 
the fiscal year 2005 President's budget request for the 
Electronic Commodity Project, in line 127 of the Army research 
and development account. The Committee is pleased that the 
project was included in the budget and directs the Department 
to use the funding to continue this effort.
    Land Mine Alternatives.--The Committee supports the non-
self-destruct landmine alternatives and the Intelligent 
Munitions System. The intent in initiating these programs was 
to develop technologies to replace anti-personnel landmines 
that cannot distinguish between an innocent civilian and an 
enemy combatant. For this reason, the Committee believes it is 
essential that these systems be designed to utilize a man-in-
the-loop, discriminating capability. The Committee directs the 
Secretary of the Army to submit a report by January 3, 2005 
describing its plans for incorporating this technology.
    SCANJACK Mine Clearing System.--The Committee understands 
the U.S. Army has a requirement for area mine clearance sets, 
and that it is evaluating various systems. The Committee urges 
the Army to acquire at least one commercial-off-the-shelf 
[COTS] SCANJACK Mine Clearing System that can be used for test 
and evaluation and, if required, for deployment in a military 
or humanitarian contingency.
    Enterprise Resource Planning for Army Combat Logistics.--
Army logistics systems arm, fuel, repair, move, and sustain 
combat forces. The Army's goals for modernization of its legacy 
logistics systems include improved sustainment of combat forces 
using fewer soldiers, increased readiness and operational 
availability, while significantly lowering cost. Enterprise 
resource planning systems provide essential information for 
timely decision-making and accurate performance-measurement. 
They use no custom software code and only commercial off-the-
shelf computer technology. They are web-based with a robust 
telecommunications infrastructure, and have been tested at 
thousands of sites outside the Army. The Committee encourages 
the Army to use funds within the Global Combat Support System 
[GCSS] account to complete the blueprinting and accelerate 
fielding of the system by up to 2 years, replacing 20 year old 
systems which question their ability to support combat 
operations.
    Skid-steer Loaders.--The Committee understands that 
operational experience in Iraq and Afghanistan has demonstrated 
that skid-steer loaders add significantly to the survivability, 
mobility, and productivity of Army combat engineers. The 
Committee encourages the Army to pursue the acquisition of 
additional skid-steer loaders for engineering units supporting 
operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    Small Mobile Weapons Systems For Force Protection.--The 
United States Army is being transformed to a lighter and more 
lethal force. This transformation leads to a more dispersed 
force with fewer soldiers armed with highly sophisticated 
assets under their direct control. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles 
have already shown great advantage as an extension of the 
soldier for Reconnaissance, Surveillance & Target Acquisition 
missions. Small Mobile Weapons Systems are now becoming 
available to provide a critical multiplier of the firepower of 
the transformed force. Additional resources for this effort 
will enable the development and implementation of the already 
field tested first generation designs. The Small Mobile Weapons 
Systems program will focus on weight reduction, ruggedization, 
improved survivability and cost reduction. The Committee 
encourages the Army to use funds within its fiscal year 2005 
research and development funding to pursue this technology.
    Micro Liquid Crystal Displays.--The Committee understands 
that a broad range of military programs now utilize the next 
generation of enhanced micro-image displays that provide wide 
field displays, reduced power, and enhanced resolution and 
brightness. The Committee encourages the Department of the Army 
to use funds within its fiscal year 2005 research and 
development funding to pursue enhanced micro-image displays.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $15,146,383,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  16,346,391,000
Committee recommendation................................  16,748,035,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$16,748,035,000. This is $401,644,000 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                           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, NAVY     BASIC RESEARCH:
       1 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                83,508          87,008          +3,500
       2 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                       17,664          20,164          +2,500
       3 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                     375,812         380,312          +4,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       476,984         487,484         +10,500     APPLIED RESEARCH:
       4 POWER PROJECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                              98,831         127,831         +29,000
       5 FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                              96,269         150,269         +54,000
       6 MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY                          35,398          36,898          +1,500
      10 COMMON PICTURE APPLIED RESEARCH                                60,134          97,634         +37,500
      11 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                        63,726         112,526         +48,800
      12 RF SYSTEMS APPLIED RESEARCH                                    49,151          65,151         +16,000
      13 OCEAN WARFIGHTING ENVIRONMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                 48,482          55,482          +7,000
      14 UNDERSEA WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                              64,060          84,060         +20,000
      15 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE APPLIED RE-  SEARCH             48,016          48,016  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   564,067         777,867        +213,800     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
      16 POWER PROJECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                           92,359         125,359         +33,000
      17 FORCE PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                           82,130         135,480         +53,350
      18 COMMON PICTURE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                             79,521          83,521          +4,000
      19 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                     61,103          91,103         +30,000
      20 RF SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                 44,046          63,046         +19,000
      21 MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION (ATD)           58,222          79,222         +21,000
      23 NAVY TECHNICAL INFORMATION PRESENTATION SYSTEM                167,626         167,626  ..............
      24 WARFIGHTER PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                      16,719          29,319         +12,600
      25 UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                           26,515          33,015          +6,500
      26 JOINT WARFARE EXPERIMENTS                                          26              26  ..............
      27 NAVY WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS AND DEMONSTRA-  TIONS             16,006          16,006  ..............
      28 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY             32,899          32,899  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    677,172         856,622        +179,450     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION:
      30 AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS                                24,431          24,431  ..............
      31 AVIATION SURVIVABILITY                                         10,820          31,820         +21,000
      32 DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL                           42,394          42,394  ..............
      33 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                         4,541          15,541         +11,000
      34 TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE                                6,448           6,448  ..............
      35 ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY                             67,605          67,605  ..............
      36 SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTERMEA-  SURES             103,308          94,841          ^8,467
      37 SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE                                   46,896          50,896          +4,000
      38 CARRIER SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                   157,479         162,479          +5,000
      39 SHIPBOARD SYSTEM COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT                         18,993          41,993         +23,000
      40 PILOT FISH                                                     78,223          78,223  ..............
      41 RETRACT LARCH                                                  82,532          82,532  ..............
      42 RETRACT JUNIPER                                                36,915          36,915  ..............
      43 RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL                                              946             946  ..............
      44 SURFACE ASW                                                    17,633          21,433          +3,800
      45 SSGN CONVERSION                                                19,970          19,970  ..............
      46 ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT                          81,160          93,160         +12,000
      47 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEMS                              5,957           5,957  ..............
      48 SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED DESIGN                                    3,723          21,723         +18,000
      50 ADVANCED NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                169,733         169,733  ..............
      52 CHALK EAGLE                                                    47,786          47,786  ..............
      53 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)                                    352,089         352,089  ..............
      54 COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                                      80,840         112,540         +31,700
      55 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                         34,151          34,151  ..............
      56 MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES                                 236,969         249,969         +13,000
      57 MARINE CORPS MINE/COUNTERMEASURES SYSTEMS--ADV DEV              4,522           4,522  ..............
      58 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM                      22,440          39,140         +16,700
      59 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                   18,047          18,047  ..............
      60 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT                                        103,452         103,452  ..............
      61 OCEAN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                       26,232          26,232  ..............
      62 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION                                       24,641          27,641          +3,000
      63 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM                                             1,494           9,494          +8,000
      64 FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT                                          1,621           7,621          +6,000
      65 CHALK CORAL                                                    58,467          58,467  ..............
      66 NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY                                      7,421           7,421  ..............
      67 RETRACT MAPLE                                                 275,407         275,407  ..............
      68 LINK PLUMERIA                                                 112,997         112,997  ..............
      69 RETRACT ELM                                                    48,130          48,130  ..............
      70 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (DEM/VAL)                                     9,493           9,493  ..............
      71 LINK EVERGREEN                                                 63,346          63,346  ..............
      72 SPECIAL PROCESSES                                              44,232          44,232  ..............
      73 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                  10,151          10,151  ..............
      74 LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY                                         82,049          73,386          ^8,663
      75 NONLETHAL WEAPONS (DEM/VAL)                                    43,321          43,321  ..............
      76 ALL SERVICE COMBAT IDENTIFICATION EVALUATION  TEAM             13,626          13,626  ..............
      77 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS (DEM/             32,391          32,391  ..............
          VAL)
      78 SINGLE INTEGRATED AIR PICTURE (SIAP) SYSTEM ENGINEER           20,252          20,252  ..............
      79 COUNTERDRUG RDT&E; PROJECTS                             ..............           3,000          +3,000
      80 TACTICAL AIR DIRECTIONAL INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES      ..............           7,000          +7,000
          (TAD
      81 SPACE & ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) ARCHITECTURE/                 25,943          25,943  ..............
          ENGINEERING
      82 JOINT WARFARE TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMS                          22,450          22,450  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         2,803,667       2,972,737        +169,070     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT:
      83 OTHER HELO DEVELOPMENT                                        186,970         186,970  ..............
      84 AV-8B AIRCRAFT--ENG DEV                                        12,284          12,284  ..............
      85 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT                                          57,675          57,675  ..............
      86 MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT                   78,757          78,757  ..............
      88 AIR/OCEAN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING                                 4,506           4,506  ..............
      89 P-3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                                       9,554          10,554          +1,000
      90 WARFARE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                          5,201           5,201  ..............
      91 TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM                                        49,180          49,180  ..............
      92 E-2C RADAR MODERNIZATION                                      597,015         597,015  ..............
      93 H-1 UPGRADES                                                   90,389         132,389         +42,000
      94 ACOUSTIC SEARCH SENSORS                                        13,363          13,363  ..............
      95 V-22A                                                         304,164         297,164          ^7,000
      96 AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                    8,838          12,838          +4,000
      97 EA-18                                                         357,502         357,502  ..............
      98 EW DEVELOPMENT                                                 48,956          51,456          +2,500
      99 VHXX EXECUTIVE HELO DEVELOPMENT                               777,398         557,398        ^220,000
     100 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM--NAVY (JTRS-NAVY)                  78,624          78,624  ..............
     101 SC-21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM ENGINEERING                         1,431,585       1,210,469        ^221,116
     102 SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING                   146,463         146,463  ..............
     103 LPD-17 CLASS SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                                8,988           8,988  ..............
     104 TRI-SERVICE STANDOFF ATTACK MISSILE                            27,047          27,047  ..............
     105 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB (SDB)                                       9,961           9,961  ..............
     106 STANDARD MISSILE IMPROVEMENTS                                  99,022         112,022         +13,000
     107 AIRBORNE MCM                                                   50,514          50,514  ..............
     108 SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION                              75,359          84,959          +9,600
     109 AIR CONTROL                                                    13,102          20,102          +7,000
     110 ENHANCED MODULAR SIGNAL PROCESSOR                               1,075           1,075  ..............
     111 SHIPBOARD AVIATION SYSTEMS                                     28,631          30,131          +1,500
     112 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER CONVERSION                            8,228           8,228  ..............
     113 NEW DESIGN SSN                                                143,270         208,370         +65,100
     114 SSN-21 DEVELOPMENTS                                             3,020           3,020  ..............
     115 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEM                              43,404          49,404          +6,000
     116 SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/ LIVE FIRE T&E;                           130,908         148,908         +18,000
     117 NAVY TACTICAL COMPUTER RESOURCES                                2,381           2,381  ..............
     118 MINE DEVELOPMENT                                                6,123           6,123  ..............
     120 LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO DEVELOPMENT                                 9,965          12,965          +3,000
     122 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                    8,081           8,081  ..............
     123 PERSONNEL, TRAINING, SIMULATION, AND HUMAN FACTORS              3,005           3,005  ..............
     125 BATTLE GROUP PASSIVE HORIZON EXTENSION SYSTEM                  17,981          19,481          +1,500
     126 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON SYSTEMS                                   9,531           9,531  ..............
     127 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (DETECT & CONTROL)                           48,154          68,154         +20,000
     128 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: HARD KILL)                          51,213          51,213  ..............
     129 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: SOFT KILL/EW)                       28,233          36,233          +8,000
     130 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT                                             6,942          32,942         +26,000
     131 NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM                                           28,104          28,104  ..............
     132 DISTRIBUTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                 7,776          13,776          +6,000
     133 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)--EMD                             2,264,507       2,264,507  ..............
     134 SMART CARD                                                        695             695  ..............
     135 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                              9,301           9,301  ..............
     136 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                            109,543         106,293          ^3,250
     138 MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT (MMA)                         496,029         496,029  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            8,008,517       7,791,351        ^217,166     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
     140 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                   23,866          23,866  ..............
     141 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                     35,677          35,677  ..............
     142 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT                                           39,787          42,787          +3,000
     143 STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT--NAVY                              2,183           2,183  ..............
     144 CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES                                      43,982          43,982  ..............
     145 FLEET TACTICAL DEVELOPMENT                                      2,338           2,338  ..............
     147 TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES                                    696          20,696         +20,000
     148 MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL & INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                  31,407          31,407  ..............
     149 STRATEGIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                     3,493           3,493  ..............
     150 RDT&E; SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT                        66,117          62,317          ^3,800
     151 RDT&E; INSTRUMENTATION MODERNIZATION                            19,370          19,370  ..............
     152 RDT&E; SHIP AND AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                81,308          81,308  ..............
     153 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                   255,926         255,926  ..............
     154 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CAPABILITY                     13,044          13,044  ..............
     155 NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) SUP-  PORT              2,941           2,941  ..............
     156 SEW SURVEILLANCE/RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT                        12,160          12,160  ..............
     157 MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT                              19,701          27,701          +8,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             653,996         681,196         +27,200     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
     161 STRATEGIC SUB & WEAPONS SYSTEM SUPPORT                        108,782         107,782          ^1,000
     162 SSBN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                               43,408          43,408  ..............
     163 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                          8,453           8,453  ..............
     164 NAVY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS                                  31,391          31,391  ..............
     165 RAPID TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION (RTT)                              14,630          14,630  ..............
     166 F/A-18 SQUADRONS                                              134,580         136,580          +2,000
     167 E-2 SQUADRONS                                                   6,055          16,055         +10,000
     168 FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS (TACTICAL)                            19,784          21,284          +1,500
     169 TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK MISSION PLANNING CENTER (TMPC)           28,776          36,776          +8,000
     170 INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                 16,965          21,965          +5,000
     171 AMPHIBIOUS TACTICAL SUPPORT UNITS                               2,604           2,604  ..............
     172 CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                      21,644          21,644  ..............
     173 CRYPTOLOGIC DIRECT SUPPORT                                      1,460           1,460  ..............
     174 ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) READINESS SUPPORT                      12,139          12,139  ..............
     175 HARM IMPROVEMENT                                              163,371         163,371  ..............
     176 TACTICAL DATA LINKS                                            18,977          18,977  ..............
     177 SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                          10,612          13,612          +3,000
     178 MK-48 ADCAP                                                    21,620          21,620  ..............
     179 AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS                                          62,635          64,635          +2,000
     180 NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM                                 3,821           7,821          +4,000
     181 OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                              64,554          64,554  ..............
     182 MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                           268,638         267,278          ^1,360
     183 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS SYSTEMS             44,828          48,978          +4,150
     184 MARINE CORPS COMBAT SERVICES SUPPORT                           10,731          10,731  ..............
     185 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                           4,061           4,061  ..............
     186 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE  (AMRAAM)              9,085           9,085  ..............
     190 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)                              573,092         473,092        ^100,000
     191 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                           18,676          30,676         +12,000
     193 COBRA JUDY                                                     80,694          93,694         +13,000
     194 NAVY METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEAN SENSORS--SPACE (METOC)            4,215           4,215  ..............
     195 JOINT C4ISR BATTLE CENTER (JBC)                                43,569          43,569  ..............
     196 JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS                            4,746           4,746  ..............
     197 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                              53,439          83,439         +30,000
     198 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                            113,438         113,438  ..............
     199 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                10,191          14,191          +4,000
     200 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                  20,203          20,203  ..............
     201 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                               3,635           6,635          +3,000
     203 AERIAL COMMON SENSOR (ACS) (JMIP)                              24,909          24,909  ..............
     204 MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT                                 7,262          24,762         +17,500
     206 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                        56,565          58,565          +2,000
     207 MARITIME TECHNOLOGY (MARITECH)                                 10,265          10,265  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    2,158,503       2,177,293         +18,790     999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                         1,003,485       1,003,485  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL,  NAVY         16,346,391      16,748,035        +401,644
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          2005 budget      Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1UNIVERSITY                83,508          87,008           +3,500
     RESEARCH
     INITIATIVES
        Nanoparticle  ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Materials
         Research
        Neural        ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Engineering
         Research
        Nanoscience   ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Research
        Remote        ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Sensing
         Research
        Multifunctio  ..............  ...............          +2,500
         nal
         Materials
         for Naval
         Structures
        University    ..............  ...............          -6,000
         Research
         Instrumenta
         tion
         Program
         Growth
   2IN HOUSE                  17,664          20,164           +2,500
     Laboratory
     INDEPENDENT
     RESEARCH
        Navy S&T;      ..............  ...............          +2,500
         outreach
   3DEFENSE RESEARCH         375,812         380,312           +4,500
     SCIENCES
        Academy for   ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Closing and
         Avoiding
         Achievement
         Gaps
        UNOLS         ..............  ...............          +3,500
         Research
         Vessel
   4POWER PROJECTION          98,831         127,831          +29,000
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Biological
         Warfare
         Technology
         Platform
        Silver Fox    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Unmanned
         Aerial
         Vehicle
         [UAV]
        Aircraft      ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Carrier
         Surveillanc
         e System
        Combustion    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Light Gas
         Gun
        Thermal       ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Management
         Systems for
         High
         Density
         Electronics
   5FORCE PROTECTION          96,269         150,269          +54,000
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        ADPICAS       ..............  ...............          +1,500
        Structural    ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Reliability
         of FRP
         Composites
         in Ship
         Assemblies
        Hyperspectra  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         l Data
         Fusion
        Unmanned Sea  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Surface
         Vehicles
         for
         Maritime
         Missions
        Miniature     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Autonomous
         Vehicles
         [MAVs]
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Fuel
         Processor--
         Fuel Cell
         System
        Corrosion     ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Modeling
         Software
         Project--NA
         VAIR
        Low Cost,     ..............  ...............          +4,500
         Rapid
         Prototype/
         Production
         Technology
         for
         Polymeric
         Aircraft
         Components
         Initiative
        Small         ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Watercraft
         Propulsion
         Demonstrato
         r
        Mark V        ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Patrol Boat
         Replacement
         Craft
         Prototype
        PMRF Force    ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Protection
         Lab
        Project       ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Endeavor
        Composites    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Development
         for Navy
         Low Rise
         Construc-
         tion
        Lithium Ion   ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Joint
         Unmanned
         Combat Air
         System Bat-
          tery
        Theater       ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Support
         Vessel Hull
         Material
         Development
   6MARINE CORPS              35,398          36,898           +1,500
     LANDING FORCE
     TECHNOLOGY
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Lead Acid
         Battery
         Development
         for
         Military
         Vehicles
  10COMMON PICTURE            60,134          97,634          +37,500
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        AIREP         ..............  ...............         +12,500
        Testing,      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Evaluation
         and
         Demonstrati
         on of
         Webster
        M2C2          ..............  ...............          +7,000
        NAIF          ..............  ...............          +6,000
        Theater       ..............  ...............          +9,000
         Undersea
         Warfare
         Initiative
  11WARFIGHTER                63,726         112,526          +48,800
     SUSTAINMENT
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Biosensors    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         for Defense
         Application
         s
        Coating and   ..............  ...............          +1,400
         Polymeric
         Films for
         Naval
         Application
         s
        Agile         ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Vaccinology
         Research
        Micro-System  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Fuze/Safe
         and Arm
         Devices
        Titanium      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Based
         Liquidmetal
         Alloy For
         Advanced
         Aerospace
         Application
         s
        Titanium      ..............  ...............          +1,900
         Matrix
         Composites
        Rapid         ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Detection
         and
         Response
         Systems for
         Biodefense
        Optimizing    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Adaptive
         Warrior
         Performance
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Materials
         and
         Intelligent
         Processing
         Center
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Fouling and
         Corrosion
         Control
        SensorNet     ..............  ...............         +15,000
        Rapid and     ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Highly
         Sensitive
         Detector of
         Biowarfare
         Agents
  12RF SYSTEMS                49,151          65,151          +16,000
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Microwave
         Ferrite
         Research
         for RF
         Systems
        Gallium       ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Nitrate RF
         Power
         Technology
        Pacific       ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Theater
         Data Fusion
         Testbed
        High          ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Brightness
         Electronics
        Maritime      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Synthetic
         Range
  13OCEAN                     48,482          55,482           +7,000
     WARFIGHTING
     ENVIRONMENT
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Southeast     ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Atlantic
         Coastal
         Ocean
         Observing
         System
         [SEACOOS]
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Littoral
         Sensor
         Network
  14UNDERSEA WARFARE          64,060          84,060          +20,000
     APPLIED
     RESEARCH
        Micro         ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Electro
         Mechanical
         Systems--In
         ertial
         Measurement
         Units [MEMS-
         IMU]
        Magnetorestr  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         ictive
         Transductio
         n Research
        Micro-        ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Detonics
         for
         Miniature
         Weapons
        Acoustic      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Glider
        High Powered  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Ultrasonics/
         Ship Waste
         Treatment
  16POWER PROJECTION          92,359         125,359          +33,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Lifting
         Body
         Research
         Program
        Articulated   ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Stable
         Ocean
         Platform
        Quiet High    ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Speed
         Propulsion
        Free          ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Electron
         Laser
        Space         ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Surveillanc
         e
         Technology
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Electric
         Drives
        High Speed    ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Anti-
         Radiation
         Demonstrati
         on [HSAD]
  17FORCE PROTECTION          82,130         135,480          +53,350
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Agile Port    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         and High
         Speed Ship
         Technology
        High          ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Temperature
         Superconduc
         tor [HTS]
         AC
         Synchronous
         Navy
         Propulsion
         Motor
        Development   ..............  ...............          +6,000
         of Wide
         Bandgap
         Semiconduct
         or Mater-
         ials
        High          ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Performance
         Sandwich
         Panel
         Constructio
         n
        High Speed    ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Permanent
         Magnet
         Generator
        Large         ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Unmanned
         Undersea
         Vehicle
         [LUUV] Test
         Bed
        Copper-       ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Ceramic
         Solid Oxide
         Fuel Cell
         Technology
        Composite     ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Twisted
         Rudder
        Braided       ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Reduced
         Recoil Rope
         for Hand
         and Mooring
         Lines
        High-Speed    ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Power Node
         Switching
         Center
        Electromagne  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         tic
         Propulsion
         Cost
         Reduction
        Wave Power    ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Demonstrati
         on Project
        Varicraft     ..............  ...............          +7,350
  18COMMON PICTURE            79,521          83,521           +4,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Consolidated  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Undersea
         Situational
         Awareness
         System
  19WARFIGHTER                61,103          91,103          +30,000
     SUSTAINMENT
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Ultrasonic    ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Consolidati
         on of
         Matrix
         Composites
        Automatic     ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Container
         and Cargo
         Handling
         System
        Caffing       ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Protection
         System
        Defense       ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Systems
         Modernizati
         on and
         Sustainment
         Initiative
        Expeditionar  ..............  ...............          +6,000
         y Logistics
         for the
         21st
         Century
         [EXLOG21]
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Vehicle
         Health
         Management
         System
        HEET          ..............  ...............          +5,000
        Vertical      ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Lift
         Aircraft
         Repair and
         Maintenance
         Technol-
         ogy
  20RF SYSTEMS                44,046          63,046          +19,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        APY-6 Real    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Time
         Precision
         Targeting
         Radar
        Common        ..............  ...............          +9,000
         Affordable
         Radar
         Processor
        Photonics     ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Prototyping
         Facility
  21USMC ADVANCED             58,222          79,222          +21,000
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEMONSTRATION
        Expeditionar  ..............  ...............         +15,000
         y Warfare
         Water
         Purificatio
         n
        Study to      ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Identify
         and
         Evaluate
         Alternative
         Fixed-Wing
         Lift
         Platforms
        Excaliber     ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Unmanned
         Tactical
         Combat
         Vehicle
        Project       ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Albert
  24WARFIGHTER                16,719          29,319          +12,600
     PROTECTION
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Battlefield   ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Pharmaceuti
         cal Test
        Anti-Oxidant  ..............  ...............            +600
         Micronutrie
         nts Program
        Hemostatic    ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Research
        Individual    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Water
         Purificatio
         n
        Tissue and    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Limb
         Transplanta
         tion
         Medical
         Technology
         Development
        Blood and     ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Fluid
         Infusion/
         Transfusion
         Technology
  25UNDERSEA WARFARE          26,515          33,015           +6,500
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Hawaii        ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Undersea
         Vehicle
         Test and
         Training
         Environ-
         ment
        Sea Test for  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Towed
         Acoustic
         Arrays
        SAUVIM        ..............  ...............          +1,500
  31AVIATION                  10,820          31,820          +21,000
     SURVIVABILITY
        Intelligent   ..............  ...............          +4,500
         Control
         System for
         SWARM
        Silver Fox    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Unmanned
         Aerial
         Vehicle
         [UAV]
        Rotorcraft    ..............  ...............          +5,500
         External
         Airbag
         Protection
         System
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Manifold
         and Tube
         Ceramic
         Oxygen
         Genera-
         tor
  33ASW SYSTEMS                4,541          15,541          +11,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        LASH ASW,     ..............  ...............          +5,000
         EPAS, and
         IR
        Claymore      ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Marine
  36SURFACE AND              103,308          94,841           -8,467
     SHALLOW WATER
     MINE
     COUNTERMEASURES
        Surface Navy  ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Integrated
         Undersea
         Tactical
         Technology-
         -Mine
         Warfare
        Long-Term     ..............  ...............         -11,467
         Mine
         Reconnaissa
         nce System
         Program
         Restructure
  37SURFACE SHIP              46,896          50,896           +4,000
     TORPEDO DEFENSE
        Anti Torpedo  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Torpedo
  38CARRIER SYSTEMS          157,479         162,479           +5,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        Aviation      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Ship
         Integration
         Center
  39SHIPBOARD SYSTEM          18,993          41,993          +23,000
     COMPONENT
     DEVELOPMENT
        Amorphous     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Metal
         Permanent
         Magnet
         Generator
         Set
        Carbon Foam   ..............  ...............          +5,000
        DDX Ship      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         System
         Power
         Electronics
         Technologie
         s
        Galley Food   ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Waste
         Disposal
         System
        MTTC/IPI and  ..............  ...............          +8,000
         NSTC
         Shipboard
         System
         Component
         Development
        Shipboard     ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Wireless
         Maintenance
         Assistant
         [SWMA]
  44SURFACE ASW               17,633          21,433           +3,800
        Improved      ..............  ...............          +2,800
         Surface
         Vessel
         Torpedo
         Launcher
        Surface Ship  ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Combat
         System
         Warfighting
         Enhance-
         ments
  46ADVANCED                  81,160          93,160          +12,000
     SUBMARINE
     SYSTEM
     DEVELOPMENT
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Composite
         Structures
         Program
        Submarine     ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Payload and
         Sensors
         Program
  48SHIP CONCEPT               3,723          21,723          +18,000
     ADVANCED DESIGN
        SEALION       ..............  ...............         +13,000
         Cascading
         Vehicles
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Condition
         Assessment
         System
         [ICAS]
  54COMBAT SYSTEM             80,840         112,540          +31,700
     INTEGRATION
        Transportabl  ..............  ...............         +18,000
         e Laser
         Induced
         Plasma
         Channel
         [LIPC]
         Demonstrati
         on System
        MDETEC        ..............  ...............          +2,000
        Context-      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         adaptable
         Autonomous
         and Remote
         Unmanned
         Sys.
         Operation
        Trouble       ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Reporting
         Information
         Data
         Warehouse
        Unexploded    ..............  ...............          +4,700
         Ordnance
         Detection
         Airborne
         Ground
         Penetrating
         Radar [GPR]
  56MARINE CORPS             236,969         249,969          +13,000
     ASSAULT
     VEHICLES
        FLIR Thermal  ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Imager
        Regenerative  ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Filtration
         Technology
         for EFV
  58MARINE CORPS              22,440          39,140          +16,700
     GROUND COMBAT/
     SUPPORT SYSTEM
        Clearing      ..............  ...............          +3,400
         Facilities
         with Novel
         Technology
        Anti Armor    ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Weapon
         System--Hea
         vy [AAWS-H]
        Urban         ..............  ...............          +6,400
         Operations
         Environment
         al
         Laboratory
        Urban         ..............  ...............          +2,900
         Operations
         Nonlethal
         and
         Scalable
         Weaponiza-
         tion
  62ENVIRONMENTAL             24,641          27,641           +3,000
     PROTECTION
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Marine
         Mammal
         Monitoring
         and
         Protection
         System
  63NAVY ENERGY                1,494           9,494           +8,000
     PROGRAM
        Molten        ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Carbonate
         Fuel Cell
        Proton        ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Exchange
         Membrane
         Fuel Cell
         Trial
  64FACILITIES                 1,621           7,621           +6,000
     IMPROVEMENTS
        Playas        ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Instrumenta
         tion
         Network
         Design &
         Development
  74LAND ATTACK               82,049          73,386           -8,663
     TECHNOLOGY
        Naval Fires   ..............  ...............          -8,663
         Network
         Transfer to
         Line 201
         (DCGS)
  79COUNTERDRUG       ..............           3,000           +3,000
     RDT&E; PROJECTS
        Research of   ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Frequency
         Selective
         Surfaces
         and Thermal
         Signatures-
         -INEEL
  80TACTICAL AIR      ..............           7,000           +7,000
     DIRECTIONAL
     INFRARED
     COUNTERMEASURES
     [TADIRCM]
        Early         ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Operational
         Assessment
  89P-3                        9,554          10,554           +1,000
     MODERNIZATION
     PROGRAM
        Personal      ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Digital
         Assistant
         Maintenance
         Application
         Project
  93H-1 UPGRADES              90,389         132,389          +42,000
        H-1 Turned    ..............  ...............         +42,000
         Exhaust
  95V-22A                    304,164         297,164           -7,000
        V-22          ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Environment
         al Control
         System
         Upgrade
        CV-22 Flight  ..............  ...............         -15,000
         Test
         Program
         Delay
  96AIR CREW SYSTEMS           8,838          12,838           +4,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        Joint Helmet  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Mounted
         Cueing
         System--Qua
         d-Eye
  98Electronic                48,956          51,456           +2,500
     Warfare
     Development
        IR Signature  ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Reduction
         to Mitigate
         Terrorist
         Missile
         Threat
  99VHXX EXECUTIVE           777,398         557,398         -220,000
     HELO
     DEVELOPMENT
        VHXX          ..............  ...............        -220,000
         Executive
         Helo
         Program
         Execution
 101SC-21 TOTAL SHIP       1,431,585       1,210,469         -221,116
     SYSTEM
     ENGINEERING
        Transfer to   ..............  ...............        -221,116
         SCN
 106STANDARD MISSILE          99,022         112,022          +13,000
     IMPROVEMENTS
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Missile
         Data Link
        Standard      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Missile
         Insensitive
         Munitions
         Improvement
         s
        Mk 41         ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Vertical
         Launch
         System Open
         Architectur
         e Upgrades
 108SSN-688 AND               75,359          84,959           +9,600
     TRIDENT
     MODERNIZATION
        Littoral      ..............  ...............          +4,600
         Array
        Littoral TB-  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         23 Towed
         Array
 109AIR CONTROL               13,102          20,102           +7,000
        Transportabl  ..............  ...............          +7,000
         e
         Transponder
         Landing
         System
 111SHIPBOARD                 28,631          30,131           +1,500
     AVIATION
     SYSTEMS
        Synthetic     ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Material
         Arresting
         Cable
 113NEW DESIGN SSN           143,270         208,370          +65,100
        Submarine     ..............  ...............          +5,000
         COTS Web
         Enabled
         Service
         Toolkit
        Submarine     ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Information
         Assurance
        Common        ..............  ...............         +13,100
         Submarine
         Radio Room
        Multi-        ..............  ...............         +40,000
         Mission
         Module for
         Virginia
         Class
        Large         ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Aperture
         Bow Array
 115SUBMARINE                 43,404          49,404           +6,000
     TACTICAL
     WARFARE SYSTEM
        Submarine     ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Warfare
         System
         Strike
         Weapon
         Status Con-
          trol
 116SHIP CONTRACT            130,908         148,908          +18,000
     DESIGN/LIVE
     FIRE T&E;
        Dedicated     ..............  ...............         +18,000
         Ocean
         Exploration
         Research
         Vessel
 120LIGHTWEIGHT                9,965          12,965           +3,000
     TORPEDO
     DEVELOPMENT
        Mk 54         ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Torpedo
 125BATTLE GROUP              17,981          19,481           +1,500
     PASSIVE HORIZON
     EXTENTION
     SYSTEM
        Anti-         ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Terrorism
         Technology
         Surveillanc
         e System
 127SHIP SELF                 48,154          68,154          +20,000
     DEFENSE (DETECT
     & CONTROL)
        Integrated    ..............  ...............         +12,000
         Radar
         Optical
         Surveillanc
         e &
         Sighting
         System
         [IROS3]
        Autonomous    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Unmanned
         Surface
         Vessel
         [AUSV]
        Directed      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Energy User
         Scrutiny
         Equipment
         [DEUSE]
 129SHIP SELF                 28,233          36,233           +8,000
     DEFENSE
     (ENGAGE: SOFT
     KILL/EW)
        Shipboard     ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Leveraged
         Electronic
         Warfare
         System
         [SLEWS]
        NULKA         ..............  ...............          +3,000
 130MEDICAL                    6,942          32,942          +26,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        Minimally     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Invasive
         Surgical
         Technology
         Institute
         [MISTI]
        Multivalent   ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Dengue
         Vaccine
         Program
        Room/         ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Elevated
         Temperature-
         Stable
         Hemoglobin-
         Based
         Oxygen
         Carrier
        SEE-RESCUE    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Distress
         Streamer
        Coastal       ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Cancer
         Prevention
        Rare Blood    ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Program
 132DISTRIBUTED                7,776          13,776           +6,000
     SURVEILLANCE
     SYSTEM
        Centurion     ..............  ...............          +6,000
 133JOINT STRIKE           2,264,507       2,264,507   ...............
     FIGHTER [JSF]
        Joint Strike  ..............  ...............         [15,000]
         Fighter
         STOVL Lift
         Fan
 136INFORMATION              109,543         106,293           -3,250
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOPMENT
        Digital       ..............  ...............          +1,750
         Access of
         NCIS
         Records
        Enterprise    ..............  ...............         -20,000
         Resource
         Planning
         [ERP]
        SPAWAR        ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Information
         Technology
         Center
        Virtual       ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Perimeter
         Monitoring
         System
 142MAJOR T&E;                 39,787          42,787           +3,000
     INVESTMENT
        Adapting      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Fleet
         Support and
         Readiness
         Training
         for a
         Transformin
         g Fleet
 147TECHNICAL                    696          20,696          +20,000
     INFORMATION
     SERVICES
        Pacific       ..............  ...............          +9,000
         Based Joint
         Information
         Technology
         Center
        HTDV          ..............  ...............          +5,000
        Integrated    ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Manufacturi
         ng
         Enterprise
 150RDT&E; Science             66,117          62,317           -3,800
     and Technology
     Management
        Unjustified   ..............  ...............          -3,800
         Growth
 157MARINE CORPS              19,701          27,701           +8,000
     PROGRAM WIDE
     SUPPORT
        Field Rapid   ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Assay
         Biological
         System
        Chemical      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Warfare
         Agent
         Detector
         Badge
 161STRATEGIC SUB &          108,782         107,782           -1,000
     WEAPONS SYSTEM
     SUPPORT
        Thin Plate    ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Pure Lead
         Technology
         in
         Submarine
         Batter-
         ies
        Advanced      ..............  ...............         +15,000
         Conventiona
         l Strike
         Capability
         Demonstra-
         tion
        Strategic     ..............  ...............         -18,000
         Propulsion
         Application
         s Program
         Growth
        Radiation     ..............  ...............          -5,000
         Hardened
         Application
         s Program
         Growth
 166F/A-18 SQUADRONS         134,580         136,580           +2,000
        Military      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Rapid
         Response
         Command
         Information
         System
 167E-2 SQUADRONS              6,055          16,055          +10,000
        Airborne      ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Data
         Terminal
         Set [DTS]
         With
         Embedded
         Encryption
        Network       ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Centric
         Warfare
         Testbed
 168FLEET                     19,784          21,284           +1,500
     TELECOMMUNICATI
     ONS (TACTICAL)
        Floating      ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Area
         Network
 169TOMAHAWK AND              28,776          36,776           +8,000
     TOMAHAWK
     MISSION
     PLANNING CENTER
     [TMPC]
        Precision     ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Terrain
         Aided
         Navigation
 170INTEGRATED                16,965          21,965           +5,000
     SURVEILLANCE
     SYSTEM
        Fiber Optic   ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Fixed
         Surveillanc
         e System
 177SURFACE ASW               10,612          13,612           +3,000
     COMBAT SYSTEM
     INTEGRATION
        Marine        ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Mammal
         Detection
         and
         Mitigation
 179AVIATION                  62,635          64,635           +2,000
     IMPROVEMENTS
        Corrosion     ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Inhibiting
         Coatings
 180NAVY SCIENCE               3,821           7,821           +4,000
     ASSISTANCE
     PROGRAM
        LASH MCM/ISR  ..............  ...............          +4,000
 182MARINE CORPS             268,638         267,278           -1,360
     COMMUNICATIONS
     SYSTEMS
        Critical      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Infrastruct
         ure
         Protection
         Center
        Coastal       ..............  ...............         -10,360
         Battlefield
         Reconnaissa
         nce and
         Analysis
        Improved      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Ground
         Based
         Transportab
         le Radar
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Ferrite
         Antenna
         [AFA]
 183MARINE CORPS              44,828          48,978           +4,150
     GROUND COMBAT/
     SUPPORTING ARMS
     SYSTEMS
        Marine        ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Advanced
         Combat Suit
         [MACS]
        Anti-Oxidant  ..............  ...............          +1,150
         Micronutrie
         nts Program
 190Satellite                573,092         473,092         -100,000
     Communications
     (SPACE)
        MUOS          ..............  ...............        -100,000
         Execution
 191INFORMATION               18,676          30,676          +12,000
     SYSTEMS
     SECURITY
     PROGRAM
        SECUREnet     ..............  ...............          +7,000
        Collaborativ  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         e
         Information
         Warfare
         Network
 193COBRA JUDY                80,694          93,694          +13,000
        Cobra Judy    ..............  ...............         +13,000
         Replacement
 197TACTICAL                  53,439          83,439          +30,000
     UNMANNED AERIAL
     VEHICLES (JMIP)
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Airship
         Flying
         Laboratory
        Fire Scout    ..............  ...............         +24,000
         RQ-8B
 199AIRBORNE                  10,191          14,191           +4,000
     RECONNAISSANCE
     SYSTEMS
        Modular       ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Upgrades to
         Airborne
         Reconnaissa
         nce Sensors
 201Distributed                3,635           6,635           +3,000
     Common Ground/
     Surface Systems
        Distributed   ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Common
         Ground
         System
         Tranfer
         from Line
         74
 204MODELING AND               7,262          24,762          +17,500
     SIMULATION
     SUPPORT
        Global        ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Engineering
         Methodology
         Initiative
         for Naval
         Integration
         and
         Interoperab
         ility
        Joint         ..............  ...............          +5,500
         Analytical
         Modeling
         Improvement
         Program
         [JAMIP]
         JWARS
        Modeling and  ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Simulation
         to Support
         C4ISR
         Develop-
         ment
 206INDUSTRIAL                56,565          58,565           +2,000
     PREPAREDNESS
        Porous        ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Materials
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    PMRF Force Protection Lab.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $8,000,000 for the PMRF force protection lab. The 
lab will serve as an incubator for force protection and base 
security technologies and will examine such technologies as 
active access technologies, rapid response command information 
systems, common situation displays, ports and cargo secure 
operations, maritime security and force protection, and 
advanced communications terminals.
    Acoustic Technology Program.--The Committee recommends 
$5,000,000 for the development of a multi-mission unmanned 
undersea glider prototype coupled with ISR sensors to 
demonstrate denied area surveillance through the Acoustic 
Technology Program.
    MTTC/IPI.--The Committee notes MTTC/IPPI's significant 
contribution to increasing cost savings for the Navy through 
innovative product development, and encourages the Navy to 
include funding for this program as part of its annual budget 
request.
    Littoral Combat Ship.--The Committee supports the budget 
request for the Littoral Combat Ship [LCS] and consents to the 
Navy's request to fund construction of the first prototype ship 
for each of two ship designs in the Research and Development, 
Navy account. Approval for funding LCS in the research and 
development account is strictly based on the acknowledgement of 
the prototypical nature and high level of technical risk 
inherent in this program. The Committee finds LCS to be unique 
and unlike any other shipbuilding program the Navy has 
previously pursued; and therefore, grants the Navy's request 
for the increased flexibility that funding within the research 
and development account affords. However, the Committee directs 
that all follow-on ships beyond one prototype for each LCS ship 
design be fully funded in the Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy 
account. The Committee also believes that substantial testing 
of the LCS and the associated mission modules is required to 
evaluate each ship design and validate operational 
requirements. Therefore, the Committee directs that no funds 
shall be obligated to prepare a fiscal year 2006 budget request 
for construction of the second ship of either prototype design. 
This directive is intended to provide for a ``gap'' year 
between the construction of the first prototype ship and second 
ship of each design, thereby ensuring that design problems 
discovered during the construction of each ship design are 
identified and fixed before construction of the follow-on 
ships. In addition, the consent to build the LCS prototype 
ships with research and development funding should in no way be 
interpreted as approval for other ship construction programs to 
be funded within the Research and Development, Navy account.
    The Committee is also concerned that the development of 
various LCS mission modules, which will be procured 
independently from the vessel, will obscure the actual cost of 
the weapon system. Therefore, the Committee directs the Navy to 
identify LCS mission module funding separately within the 
Research and Development, Navy and Other Procurement, Navy 
accounts.
    MDETEC.--The Committee directs the Department of the Navy 
to conduct a study on the Navy's directed energy and electric 
weapon requirements for both offensive and defensive uses of 
such weapons. The study shall examine future Naval force 
capability gaps, the potential requirements for, employment and 
testing of directed energy and electric weapons to fill those 
gaps. The study shall include examination of high-energy laser, 
high power microwave, particle beam, electronic attack, 
electromagnetic launch and rail gun technologies. The report 
shall be delivered not later than June 1, 2005.
    DD(X) Destroyer Program.--The Committee supports the budget 
request for the DD(X) Destroyer program but believes that 
construction of the ship should be funded within the 
Shipbuilding and Conversion account in a manner consistent with 
prior shipbuilding programs. Therefore, the Committee transfers 
$221,116,000 of Research and Development funding to the 
Shipbuilding and Conversion account and directs the Navy to 
fund future ship construction within the Shipbuilding and 
Conversion account.
    Joint Strike Fighter STOVL Lift Fan.--The Committee directs 
that in addition to funds currently budget for STOVL Lift Fan 
technologies, not less than $15,000,000 of the funds provided 
for the Joint Strike Fighter program shall be for STOVL Lift 
Fan thrust increase studies.
    Fire Scout Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.--The Committee has 
included an additional $24,000,000 for the Fire Scout unmanned 
aerial vehicle program. The Committee directs that these funds 
shall be used for procurement of one additional Fire Scout 
system consisting of three Fire Scout air vehicles, three 
Electro-Optical-Infrared/Laser Designator/Laser Rangefinder 
payloads and embedded radios, one Ground Control Station, and 
one ship set of automatic landing equipment.
    CCDoTT.--The Committee recognizes that Office of Naval 
Research sponsored university research into agile port 
technology and supply networks and sense and respond logistics, 
holds significant promise in improving strategic mobility, 
rapid deployment and sustainment, and force protection in 
support of expeditionary warfare mission objectives. The 
Committee encourages the Joint Forces Command to support those 
efforts and participate with the Center for the Commercial 
Deployment of Transportation Technology and the local logistics 
airport in conducting joint experiments, desktop and field 
exercises such as Sea Viking 06 and 08 to demonstrate and 
rapidly deploy those advanced concepts of operations.
    Emitter Location Technologies.--The Committee is concerned 
that the Department of Defense has not captured the cost 
benefits offered by current emitter location technology. For 
example, the Navy and Air Force continue to pursue dedicated 
weapon systems to perform the Suppression of Enemy Air Defense 
[SEAD] and the Destruction of Enemy Air Defense [DEAD] mission 
areas rather than use new emitter location technology to 
accurately geolocate targets for current strike systems to 
suppress or destroy. Emitter location technologies will allow 
multiple missions to be performed by existing strike weapons 
systems thereby saving costs and time. The Committee directs 
the Navy to evaluate the cost benefits offered by the 
adaptation of current emitter location technology to justify 
the continued expenditures on new missile systems dedicated to 
the SEAD and DEAD mission areas. This evaluation should 
identify the cost and risks associated with upgrading current 
and planned emitter location technology versus the cost and 
benefits of using dedicated missile systems.
    Western Security Complex.--The Committee understands that 
extensive informal efforts have been made by the naval facility 
at China Lake, California, the United States Joint Forces 
Command, and a number of other facilities to establish 
cooperative operations among more than 100 bases, laboratories, 
and government-sponsored research facilities in the western 
United States. The Committee recognizes the potential value of 
formalizing these efforts and supports a feasibility study of 
the Western Security Complex, which would link together and 
explore cooperative ventures to leverage resources in support 
of the Global War on Terrorism. The study is to be submitted to 
congressional defense committees before the fiscal year 2006 
budget submission.

         Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $20,500,984,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  21,114,667,000
Committee recommendation................................  21,002,308,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$21,002,308,000. This is $112,359,000 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                           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AF     BASIC RESEARCH:
       1 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                     217,304         233,304         +16,000
       2 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                               115,865         134,565         +18,700
       3 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH INITIATIVES                         12,331          12,331  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       345,500         380,200         +34,700     APPLIED RESEARCH:
       4 MATERIALS                                                      73,660         105,560         +31,900
       5 AEROSPACE VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES                                 74,679          74,679  ..............
       6 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS APPLIED RESEARCH                           71,483          81,283          +9,800
       7 AEROSPACE PROPULSION                                           92,650         106,650         +14,000
       8 AEROSPACE SENSORS                                              78,804          92,804         +14,000
       9 MULTI-DISCIPLINARY SPACE TECHNOLOGY                            84,581          84,581  ..............
      10 SPACE TECHNOLOGY                                               88,909         111,484         +22,575
      11 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                         52,251          52,251  ..............
      12 DIRECTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGY                                     36,532          36,532  ..............
      13 COMMAND CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS                             82,147          84,147          +2,000
      14 DUAL USE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                         5,151           5,151  ..............
      15 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH                                     45,333          45,333  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     786,180         880,455         +94,275     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
      16 ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS                          34,284          57,784         +23,500
      17 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SENSORS                                     30,634          30,634  ..............
      19 AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/DEMO                                  29,145          35,145          +6,000
      20 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER TECHNOLOGY                      79,914          84,914          +5,000
      21 CREW SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY               32,794          33,794          +1,000
      22 ELECTRONIC COMBAT TECHNOLOGY                                   28,282          41,282         +13,000
      23 BALLISTIC MISSILE TECHNOLOGY                           ..............           2,000          +2,000
      25 ADVANCED SPACECRAFT TECHNOLOGY                                 60,124         101,614         +41,490
      26 MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM [MSSS]                           6,306          50,306         +44,000
      27 MULTI-DISCIPLINARY ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT SPACE                  51,114          61,114         +10,000
          TECHNOLO
      28 CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                22,398          22,398  ..............
      29 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                    31,103          47,103         +16,000
      31 C3I ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                       28,524          32,524          +4,000
      32 SPECIAL PROGRAMS                                              320,503         320,503  ..............
      33 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE                                    2,294           2,294  ..............
      34 HIGH ENERGY LASER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY PRO-  GRAM                8,547           8,547  ..............
      35 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                12,051          12,051  ..............
      36 AMC COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                  6,038           6,038  ..............
      37 JOINT NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER                                  2,939           2,939  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                      786,994         952,984        +165,990     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION:
      38 INTELLIGENCE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                               4,612           4,612  ..............
      39 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                    22,640          22,640  ..............
      40 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM III                          40,568          40,568  ..............
      41 ADVANCED EHF MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                612,049         612,049  ..............
      42 POLAR MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                           960             960  ..............
      44 SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY                                       15,046          15,046  ..............
      45 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY                               19,582          19,582  ..............
      46 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                   3,930           3,930  ..............
      47 INTERNATIONAL SPACE COOPERATIVE R&D;                               552             552  ..............
      48 ADVANCED WIDEBAND SYSTEM [AWS] TRANSFORMATIONAL               774,836         374,836        ^400,000
          SATCOM
      49 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (DEM/VAL)                         23,927          23,927  ..............
      50 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE (DEM/VAL)                   72,503          70,503          ^2,000
      51 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SYSTEM RDT&E; (SPACE)                        73,499          73,499  ..............
      53 SPACE-BASED RADAR (DEM/VAL)                                   327,732         227,732        ^100,000
      54 POLLUTION PREVENTION (DEM/VAL)                                  2,692           4,192          +1,500
      55 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS (DEM/             18,385          18,385  ..............
          VAL)
      57 HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM [HDBTDS]            6,383           6,383  ..............
      59 OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE LAUNCH                                35,362           5,000         ^30,362
      60 COMMON AERO VEHICLE [CAV]                                      21,610  ..............         ^21,610
      61 NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL             307,668         307,668  ..............
          SATE
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                       2,384,536       1,832,064        ^552,472     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT:
      62 GLOBAL BROADCAST SERVICE [GBS]                                 33,447          33,447  ..............
      63 JOINT HELMET MOUNTED CUEING SYSTEM [JHMCS]                      2,867           2,867  ..............
      64 NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT                                        13,301          13,301  ..............
      65 B-1B                                                           59,462          89,462         +30,000
      66 SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING                       3,359           3,359  ..............
      67 F-22--EMD                                                     210,000         210,000  ..............
      68 B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BOMBER                                245,049         245,049  ..............
      69 EW DEVELOPMENT                                                138,393         157,393         +19,000
      70 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO                                           49,856          49,856  ..............
      71 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                     9,744           9,744  ..............
      72 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB [SDB] EMD                                  76,489          76,489  ..............
      73 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS                                           75,863          27,863         ^48,000
      75 SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM [SBIRS] HIGH EMD                  508,448         508,448  ..............
      76 MILSTAR LDR/MDR SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS  (SPACE)               1,380           1,380  ..............
      77 MUNITIONS DISPENSER DEVELOPMENT                                28,048          28,048  ..............
      78 ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                                   8,353           8,353  ..............
      79 SUBMUNITIONS                                                    4,824           4,824  ..............
      80 AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT                                           10,053          20,053         +10,000
      82 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS                                            6,630           6,630  ..............
      84 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                         18,714          22,714          +4,000
      85 INTEGRATED COMMAND & CONTROL APPLICATIONS  [IC2A]                 258          18,758         +18,500
      86 INTELLIGENCE EQUIPMENT                                          1,349           1,349  ..............
      88 COMMON LOW OBSERVABLES VERIFICATION SYSTEM [CLOVERS]           10,303          10,303  ..............
      89 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER [JSF]--EMD                             2,307,420       2,309,920          +2,500
      90 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE--EMD                        91,687          91,687  ..............
      91 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE PROGRAM (SPACE)              27,000          27,000  ..............
      92 RDT&E; FOR AGING AIRCRAFT                                       15,665          35,665         +20,000
      94 UNMANNED COMBAT AIR VEHICLE JOINT PROGRAM  OFFICE               2,911           2,911  ..............
      95 LINK-16 SUPPORT AND SUSTAINMENT                               141,012         141,012  ..............
      96 FAMILY OF INTEROPERABLE OPERATIONAL PICTURES [FIOP]            44,947          44,947  ..............
      97 MULTI-SENSOR C2 AIRCRAFT [MC2A]                               538,860         498,860         ^40,000
      98 FULL COMBAT MISSION TRAINING                                    5,894          12,894          +7,000
     100 CV-22                                                          16,439          16,439  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            4,708,025       4,731,025         +23,000     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
     101 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                   34,517          34,517  ..............
     102 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT                                           58,933          58,933  ..............
     103 RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE                                         24,970          24,970  ..............
     104 RANCH HAND II EPIDEMIOLOGY STUDY                                4,813           4,813  ..............
     106 INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST & EVALUATION                          28,839          28,839  ..............
     107 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                   356,266         361,266          +5,000
     108 ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH PROGRAM (SPACE)                           7,984          22,984         +15,000
     109 SPACE TEST PROGRAM [STP]                                       44,521          44,521  ..............
     110 FACILITIES RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION--TEST & EVAL            58,936          58,936  ..............
     111 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT--TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT            23,067          23,067  ..............
     112 GENERAL SKILL TRAINING                                            323             323  ..............
     114 JUDGMENT FUND REIMBURSEMENT                                   100,000         100,000  ..............
     115 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES                                        3,945           3,945  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             747,114         767,114         +20,000     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
     116 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE AGENCY                         7,858           7,858  ..............
     117 B-52 SQUADRONS                                                 25,766          25,766  ..............
     118 ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                                         7,740           7,740  ..............
     119 AIR-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE [ALCM]                             11,837          11,837  ..............
     120 STRAT WAR PLANNING SYSTEM--USSTRATCOM                          23,391          18,391          ^5,000
     121 NIGHT FIST--USSTRATCOM                                          4,987           4,987  ..............
     122 ADVANCED STRATEGIC PROGRAMS                                     8,393           8,393  ..............
     123 REGION/SECTOR OPERATION CONTROL CENTER MODERNIZATION           19,047          19,047  ..............
     124 WARFIGHTER RAPID ACQUISITION PROCESS [WRAP] RAPID              24,935          24,935  ..............
          TRAN
     126 A-10 SQUADRONS                                                 22,590          39,590         +17,000
     127 F-16 SQUADRONS                                                 99,606         102,606          +3,000
     128 F-15E SQUADRONS                                               115,246         125,246         +10,000
     129 MANNED DESTRUCTIVE SUPPRESSION                                 16,976          16,976  ..............
     130 F-22 SQUADRONS                                                354,528         354,528  ..............
     131 F-117A SQUADRONS                                               29,661          29,661  ..............
     132 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                           5,558           5,558  ..............
     133 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE  [AMRAAM]             33,266          33,266  ..............
     134 COMBAT RESCUE AND RECOVERY                                     12,342          12,342  ..............
     135 AF TENCAP                                                      10,673          15,673          +5,000
     136 SPECIAL EVALUATION PROGRAM                                    199,040         199,040  ..............
     137 COMPASS CALL                                                    3,990           3,990  ..............
     138 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PRO-  GRAM              165,609         165,609  ..............
     139 CSAF INNOVATION PROGRAM                                         1,879           1,879  ..............
     140 JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE [JASSM]                  45,777          45,777  ..............
     141 AEROSPACE OPERATIONS CENTER [AOC]                              27,695          27,695  ..............
     142 CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER [CRC]                             11,634          11,634  ..............
     143 AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM  [AWACS]                  288,787         288,787  ..............
     144 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                20,066          20,066  ..............
     146 ADVANCED PROGRAM TECHNOLOGY                                   249,391         249,391  ..............
     147 THEATER BATTLE MANAGEMENT [TBM] C4I                            37,210          37,210  ..............
     148 FIGHTER TACTICAL DATA LINK                                     50,976          50,976  ..............
     149 BOMBER TACTICAL DATA LINK                                     120,256         120,256  ..............
     150 C2ISR TACTICAL DATA LINK                                       25,441          25,441  ..............
     151 MC2C (MULTI-SENSOR COMMAND AND CONTROL CONSTELLATION)          44,035          44,035  ..............
     152 JOINT SURVEILLANCE AND TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYS-  TEM           89,247          89,247  ..............
     153 SEEK EAGLE                                                     23,159          23,159  ..............
     154 ADVANCED PROGRAM EVALUATION                                   474,734         474,734  ..............
     155 USAF MODELING AND SIMULATION                                   18,693          18,693  ..............
     156 WARGAMING AND SIMULATION CENTERS                                6,377           6,377  ..............
     157 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                                      136,701         136,701  ..............
     158 INFORMATION WARFARE SUPPORT                                     7,230           7,230  ..............
     161 NAIC                                                   ..............           3,000          +3,000
     166 E-4B NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPERATIONS CENTER [NAOC]                11,172          11,172  ..............
     168 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK             33,183          33,183  ..............
     169 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                           79,625          87,625          +8,000
     170 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                   18,637          18,637  ..............
     171 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                               3,611           6,111          +2,500
     173 MILSATCOM TERMINALS                                           272,149         272,149  ..............
     176 GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT [GATM]                            7,291           7,291  ..............
     177 SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK (SPACE)                              17,833          22,833          +5,000
     178 WEATHER SERVICE                                                16,526          17,526          +1,000
     179 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH, AND LANDING SYSTEM               7,371          12,371          +5,000
          [ATC
     180 AERIAL TARGETS                                                  5,178           5,178  ..............
     181 SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES                             484             484  ..............
     183 AIR FORCE TACTICAL MEASUREMENT AND SIGNATURE                    7,905           9,905          +2,000
          INTELLIGE
     184 DEFENSE RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT ACTIVITIES  (SPACE)            219,345         219,345  ..............
     186 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (USER EQUIPMENT)            104,114         104,114  ..............
     187 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE AND CONTROL)         148,344         148,344  ..............
     189 SPACE WARFARE CENTER                                              411             411  ..............
     190 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM (SPACE)                                 47,253          47,253  ..............
     191 PERSONNEL SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM--AIR FORCE          118,787         118,787  ..............
     192 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS [IO]             1,097           1,097  ..............
     193 DRAGON U-2 (JMIP)                                              87,745          87,745  ..............
     195 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                55,464          64,864          +9,400
     196 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                  13,283          17,783          +4,500
     197 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS                              21,232          21,232  ..............
     198 PREDATOR UAV (JMIP)                                            81,346          81,346  ..............
     199 GLOBAL HAWK UAV (JMIP)                                        336,159         336,159  ..............
     200 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO INFORMATION WARFARE                       963             963  ..............
     201 NCMC--TW/AA SYSTEM                                             64,822          64,822  ..............
     202 SPACETRACK (SPACE)                                            161,838         168,538          +6,700
     204 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM (SPACE)                                 35,398          35,398  ..............
     205 SPACE ARCHITECT                                                12,907          12,907  ..............
     207 SHARED EARLY WARNING [SEW]                                      3,345           3,345  ..............
     208 C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON                                        150,242         152,242          +2,000
     209 C-5 AIRLIFT SQUADRONS                                         332,982         332,982  ..............
     210 C-17 AIRCRAFT                                                 199,692         201,692          +2,000
     211 C-130J PROGRAM                                                 36,305          36,305  ..............
     212 LARGE AIRCRAFT IR COUNTERMEASURES [LAIRCM]                     73,684          73,684  ..............
     213 KC-135S                                                         1,079           1,079  ..............
     214 KC-10S                                                         18,452  ..............         ^18,452
     215 SPECIAL TACTICS/COMBAT CONTROL                                  1,067           1,067  ..............
     216 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                      1,431           1,431  ..............
     217 ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                              1,596           1,596  ..............
     218 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                        38,012          44,012          +6,000
     221 SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                    50,238          64,238         +14,000
     223 OTHER PERSONNEL ACTIVITIES                                        110             110  ..............
     225 CIVILIAN COMPENSATION PROGRAM                                   7,272           7,272  ..............
     226 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT           15,732          15,732  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                  5,805,039       5,887,687         +82,648     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             5,551,279       5,570,779         +19,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AF            21,114,667      21,002,308        ^112,359
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2005 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES       217,304      233,304      +16,000
         Human performance       ...........  ...........       -3,000
         External research       ...........  ...........       -2,000
          programs interface
         Nanomaterials           ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Research,
          Nanomanufacturing for
          Military Applications
         Corrosion Protection    ...........  ...........       +2,500
          of Aluminum Alloys
          Used in Aircraft
         Read out Integrated     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Circuit manufacturing
          Improvement
         Network, Information    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          and Space Security
         Quantum Gate            ...........  ...........       +1,000
         Chabot Space and        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Science Center
         Non-lethal Stunning/    ...........  ...........         +500
          Immobilizing weapons
         National Hypersonic     ...........  ...........       +2,000
          research Center
   2 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH             115,865      134,565      +18,700
      INITIATIVES
         21st Century            ...........  ...........       +1,500
          information
          Operations Workforce
         Griffith Observatory    ...........  ...........       +1,000
          programming
         Graduate fellowships    ...........  ...........       -5,000
         Information Security    ...........  ...........       +3,200
          Solutions
         Strategic Partnership   ...........  ...........      +15,000
          for research in
          Nanotechnology
         Agile Response          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Chameleon Coatings
   4 MATERIALS                        73,660      105,560      +31,900
         Titanium Matrix         ...........  ...........       +2,900
          Composites
         Nanostructured          ...........  ...........       +5,500
          materials for
          advanced air systems
         Gallium Nitrate RF      ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Power Technology
         Thermal sprays for      ...........  ...........       +3,000
          structural protection
         ONAMI Safer             ...........  ...........       +5,000
          nanomaterials and
          nanomanufacturing
         Non-Linear Optical      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Materials
         Durable Hybrid          ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Coatings for Aircraft
          Systems
         Material Science        ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Laboratory
         Cost Effective          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Materials for Manned
          and Unmanned Flight
          Structures
         Advanced Manufacturing  ...........  ...........       +5,000
          technologies for
          Metals, Composites
          (UMR)
   6 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS              71,483       81,283       +9,800
      APPLIED RESEARCH
         Solid electrolyte       ...........  ...........       +9,800
          oxygen separator
   7 AEROSPACE PROPULSION             92,650      106,650      +14,000
         High Powered            ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Electrical Aircraft
          Capabilities
         Integrated Cooling and  ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Power System with
          MBTG
   8 AEROSPACE SENSORS                78,804       92,804      +14,000
         Super-resolution        ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Sensor System
         Three Dimensional       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Packaging
         Minority LEADERS        ...........  ...........       +7,000
  10 SPACE TECHNOLOGY                 88,909      111,484      +22,575
         Spacecraft vehicles     ...........  ...........       -4,000
          technology,
          deployable structures
          for SBR
         Lightweight and novel   ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Structures for Space
          program
         Electromagnetic Wave    ...........  ...........       +4,000
          gradiometer
         USAF Center for         ...........  ...........       +1,575
          National Security
          research--Signature
          exploitation
         HAARP                   ...........  ...........       +6,500
         Foldable Articulated    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Structures for Next
          Generation Spacecraft
         Elastic memory          ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Composite
         Seismic Monitoring      ...........  ...........       +4,000
          Program
  13 COMMAND CONTROL AND              82,147       84,147       +2,000
      COMMUNICATIONS
         Joint Battlespace       ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Infosphere
  16 ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR           34,284       57,784      +23,500
      WEAPON SYSTEMS
         Assessing Aging of      ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Military Aircraft
          (ISU)
         Metal Affordability     ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Intitiative
         Stealth RAM coatings    ...........  ...........       +5,000
         Titanium Matrix         ...........  ...........       +3,500
          Composites
         Plasma Arc/Waste to     ...........  ...........       +4,000
          energy Production
  19 AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/        29,145       35,145       +6,000
      DEMO
         Haleakala Laser         ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Communciations
          Testbed
         Capabilities Planning   ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Support
  20 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND         79,914       84,914       +5,000
      POWER TECHNOLOGY
         IHPTET/F-136 JSF        ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Interchangeable
          Engine
  21 CREW SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL       32,794       33,794       +1,000
      PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY
         The Logisitcs           ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Institute
  22 ELECTRONIC COMBAT                28,282       41,282      +13,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Lightweight Modular     ...........  ...........       +8,000
          Support Jammer
         Affordable Visible      ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Missile Warning
          Systems
  23 BALLISTIC MISSILE           ...........        2,000       +2,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Pacific Ballistic       ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Missile Technology
          Program
  25 ADVANCED SPACECRAFT              60,124      101,614      +41,490
      TECHNOLOGY
         Robust Aerospace        ...........  ...........       +4,500
          Composite materials
          and structures
         Thin film amorphous     ...........  ...........      +10,000
          solar arrays
         Geosynchronous Laser    ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Imaging testbed
         Intelligent free space  ...........  ...........       +3,000
          optical satelite
          communications node
         Hardening technologies  ...........  ...........       +5,000
          for Satellite
          Protection
         MRAM Innovative         ...........  ...........       +1,990
          Communciations
          Materials
         Radially Segmented      ...........  ...........       +5,000
          launch Vehicle Risk
          Reduction
         Vortex Cold Wall Low    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Cost Rocket Engines
  26 MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE           6,306       50,306      +44,000
      SYSTEM [MSSS]
         High Accuracy Network   ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Determination System
         MSSS Operations and     ...........  ...........      +34,000
          Research
  27 MULTI-DISCIPLINARY               51,114       61,114      +10,000
      ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT
      SPACE TECHNOLOGY
         PanSTARRS               ...........  ...........      +10,000
  29 ADVANCED WEAPONS                 31,103       47,103      +16,000
      TECHNOLOGY
         Wafer integrated        ...........  ...........       +4,000
          semiconductor laser
         Massively parallel      ...........  ...........       +4,000
          optical interconnects
          for Microsatellite
          Datacom
         Applications of LIDAR   ...........  ...........       +8,000
          to Vehicles with
          Analysis [ALVA]
  31 C3I ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT         28,524       32,524       +4,000
         Rivet Joint Advanced    ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Wideband Processor
         J-P 900 Coal based Jet  ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Fuel
  48 TRANSFORMATIONAL SATCOM         774,836      374,836     -400,000
      [TSAT]
         Technological risk      ...........  ...........     -400,000
          reduction
  50 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC       72,503       70,503       -2,000
      MISSILE
         Long range planning     ...........  ...........       -2,000
  53 SPACE-BASED RADAR               327,732      227,732     -100,000
         Technological risk      ...........  ...........     -100,000
          reduction
  54 POLLUTION PREVENTION              2,692        4,192       +1,500
         O2 Diesel Particulate   ...........  ...........       +1,500
          Emissions Reduction
  59 OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE         35,362        5,000      -30,362
      LAUNCH
         Program reduction       ...........  ...........      -35,362
         Microsatellite          ...........  ...........       +5,000
          development
  60 COMMON AERO VEHICLE [CAV]        21,610  ...........      -21,610
         Program reduction       ...........  ...........      -21,610
  65 B-1B                             59,462       89,462      +30,000
         FLIR and datalink       ...........  ...........      +30,000
          upgrades
  69 ELECTRONIC WARFARE              138,393      157,393      +19,000
      DEVELOPMENT
         ALQ-172 airborne        ...........  ...........       +9,000
          electronic attack
          upgrade
         PLAID                   ...........  ...........       +8,000
         Rapid replacement of    ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Mission Critical EW
          Components
  73 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS             75,863       27,863      -48,000
         Space Control Test      ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Capablilities system
         Counter Surveillance    ...........  ...........      -53,000
          Reconnaissance system
  80 AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT             10,053       20,053      +10,000
         Isolation Units with    ...........  ...........       +6,000
          reactive Nanoparticle
          materials
         AERO Medical readiness- ...........  ...........       +4,000
          water sterilization
  84 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES           18,714       22,714       +4,000
         Virtual teleoperation   ...........  ...........       +4,000
          for unmanned aerial
          vehicles (ISU)
  85 INTEGRATED COMMAND &                258       18,758      +18,500
      CONTROL APPLICATIONS
      [IC2A]
         Global Awareness        ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Presentation System-
          IC2A
         Distributed mission     ...........  ...........       +8,000
          interoperability
          toolkit
         Asset Source for        ...........  ...........       +5,500
          Software engineering
          technology eWing Pro-
           gram
  89 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER [JSF]    2,307,420    2,309,920       +2,500
         JSF second source tire  ...........  ...........       +2,500
          research, aircraft
          bias, radial tire
          materials
  92 RDT&E; FOR AGING AIRCRAFT         15,665       35,665      +20,000
         Aging landing gear      ...........  ...........       +7,000
          life extension
         Academic Center for     ...........  ...........       +6,000
          aging aircraft
         Fleet readiness         ...........  ...........       +2,500
         Fleet Capability        ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Assessment
         LEAN Depot engine       ...........  ...........       +2,500
          repair
  97 MULTI-SENSOR C2 AIRCRAFT        538,860      498,860      -40,000
      (MC2A)
         Reduction--MC2A (late   ...........  ...........      -40,000
          delivery of test bed
          aircraft)
  98 FULL COMBAT MISSION               5,894       12,894       +7,000
      TRAINING
         F-16 Block 30 MTC for   ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Air National Guard
 107 TEST AND EVALUATION             356,266      361,266       +5,000
      SUPPORT
         Big Bend Range          ...........  ...........       +5,000
 108 ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH             7,984       22,984      +15,000
      PROGRAM (SPACE)
         Ballistic Missile       ...........  ...........      +15,000
          range Safety
          technology
 120 STRAT WAR PLANNING SYSTEM--      23,391       18,391       -5,000
      USSTRATCOM
         ISPAN contractor costs  ...........  ...........       -5,000
 126 A-10 SQUADRONS                   22,590       39,590      +17,000
         Three Dimensional       ...........  ...........       +7,000
          Modeling, Design and
          Engineering Assess-
          ment
         A-10 Propulsion         ...........  ...........      +10,000
          Modernization
 127 F-16 SQUADRONS                   99,606      102,606       +3,000
         AN/APG-68(V) 10 radar   ...........  ...........       +3,000
          development
 128 F-15E SQUADRONS                 115,246      125,246      +10,000
         AESA radar development  ...........  ...........      +10,000
 135 AF TENCAP                        10,673       15,673       +5,000
         GPS Jammer Detection    ...........  ...........       +5,000
          and Location System
 161 NATIONAL AIR INTELLIGENCE   ...........        3,000       +3,000
      CENTER
         EWIRDB/NGE Data         ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Migration
 169 INFORMATION SYSTEMS              79,625       87,625       +8,000
      SECURITY PROGRAM
         Lighthouse cyber        ...........  ...........       +5,000
          security program
         Center for              ...........  ...........       +3,000
          Infrastructure
          Assurance and
          Security
 171 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL        3,611        6,111       +2,500
      SYSTEM
         Applied Research in     ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Computing Enterprise
          Services
 177 SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK        17,833       22,833       +5,000
      (SPACE)
         Civil reserve Space     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Service Initiative
 178 WEATHER SERVICE                  16,526       17,526       +1,000
         Pacific Islands Ocean   ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Typhoon Experiment
          [PILOT]
 179 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL,              7,371       12,371       +5,000
      APPROACH, AND LANDING
      SYSTEM [ATCALS]
         Transportable           ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Transponder Landing
          System
 183 AIR FORCE TACTICAL                7,905        9,905       +2,000
      MEASUREMENT AND SIGNATURE
      INTELLIGENCE [MASINT]
      SYSTEMS/PROGRAM
         Advanced Remote Ground  ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Unattended Sensor
          program [ARGUS]
 195 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE          55,464       64,864       +9,400
      SYSTEMS
         Software                ...........  ...........       +9,400
          communications
          architecture
          compliance
 196 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE            13,283       17,783       +4,500
      SYSTEMS
         Collaborative           ...........  ...........       +4,500
          information
          operations
 202 SPACETRACK (SPACE)              161,838      168,538       +6,700
         Block 10 contract       ...........  ...........       -4,000
          savings
         S-band upgrade          ...........  ...........      +10,700
 208 C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON          150,242      152,242       +2,000
         Real-time measurement   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          weight and balance
          system
 210 C-17 AIRCRAFT (IF)              199,692      201,692       +2,000
         C-17 Test Flight Data   ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Archive
 214 KC-10s                           18,452  ...........      -18,452
         GATM cancellation       ...........  ...........      -18,452
 218 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS          38,012       44,012       +6,000
         Bipolar Wafer-cell      ...........  ...........       +2,500
          NiMH aircraft battery
         Advanced Nanomaterials  ...........  ...........       +2,500
          Research,
          NanoPhotonic
          Components
         Supply Chain            ...........  ...........       +1,000
          Optimization
          Universal tool kit
 221 SUPPORT SYSTEMS                  50,238       64,238      +14,000
      DEVELOPMENT
         C-5/C-17 Integrated     ...........  ...........       +5,000
          Data Environment
          Aging Aircraft
         Heavy duty hybrid       ...........  ...........       +3,000
          electric
         Common Core Power       ...........  ...........       +4,000
          production program
         Teleoperated Semi-      ...........  ...........       +2,000
          autonomous Robot for
          Aging Aircraft
          Maintenance
 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS           5,551,279    5,570,779      +19,500
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    Human Performance.--The budget request includes $7,800,000 
for the study of human sensory systems and perceptions, an 
increase of $4,400,000 above fiscal year 2004 levels. As part 
of the Committee's budget review the Air Force failed to 
provide adequate justification for this increase. The Committee 
recommends a decrease of $3,000,000.
    External Research Programs Interface.--The budget request 
includes $6,000,000 for international study, travel, and 
liaison missions. As part of the Committee's budget review the 
Air Force failed to provide adequate justification for this 
increase. The Committee recommends a decrease of $2,000,000.
    University Research Initiatives.--The budget request 
included $39,670,000 for graduate fellowships, an increase of 
$5,000,000 above fiscal year 2004 levels. The Committee 
recommends funding for this program at the fiscal year 2004 
level, and recommends a decrease of $5,000,000.
    Quantum Gate Technology.--The Committee recommends 
$1,000,000 for the purpose of conducting advanced research in 
quantum information technology of significance to the 
Department of Defense.
    Composite Materials For UAVs.--Developing and producing 
composite materials tailored to the unique demands of unmanned 
aerial vehicles [UAVs] is critical if the Department of Defense 
is to extract the full operational capability of these systems. 
Therefore, the Committee provides an additional $2,000,000 for 
the purpose of developing and certifying this new class of 
materials for the J-UCAS, UCAR, and other UAVs.
    MSSS/AMOS.--The Committee recommends an increase of 
$34,000,000 above the budget request for sustainment, 
investment in new technologies, initiatives, and research and 
development activities at MSSS. The Committee is concerned that 
the Air Force is applying overhead charges and administrative 
expenses to MSSS programs at excessive rates for lab overhead. 
The Committee directs the Air Force to base its overhead 
charges only on the amount it requests. None of the increases 
provided here shall be subject to Air Force headquarters or 
administrative costs unrelated to MSSS. Furthermore, research 
funds should be allocated by Air Force officials on-site to 
local programs that offer the greatest potential return and 
merit. In addition, the Committee directs the Air Force and the 
Missile Defense Agency to study the advantages of moving MSSS 
to the Space Vehicles directorate within the Air Force Research 
Lab or to create a separate directorate for these activities 
and report by January 1, 2005 on their recommendations.
    Long Range Planning.--The budget request included 
$7,140,000 for acquisition planning and an on going Analysis of 
Alternatives for the land based Strategic Deterrent. This 
represents an increase of $2,200,000 above fiscal year 2004 
levels. The Air Force has not demonstrated sufficient 
justification to increase the funding for the studies and 
planning described above. The Committee recommends a decrease 
of $2,000,000.
    Integrated Strategic Planning and Analysis Network 
[ISPAN].--The budget request included $23,000,000 for software 
upgrades and contractor costs related to the ISPAN planning 
system. The development effort related to modernization of 
ISPAN is concurrent with operation and maintenance funded 
sustaining efforts. As part of the Committee's budget review 
the Air Force was unable to justify the estimated contractor 
costs assumed in the budget request. The Committee recommends a 
decrease to requested funding of $5,000,000.
    KC-10 GATM.--The budget request contained $18,452,000 for 
KC-10 Global Air Traffic Management development. Subsequent to 
the submission of the budget request the Air Force decided to 
cancel the subject program. The Committee recommends a decrease 
of $18,452,000.
    Fuel Cells.--The Committee is aware that a broad range of 
Air Force missions and applications have an immediate need for 
efficient and robust fuel cell based power sources. Fuel cells 
are lighter than conventional batteries or generator power 
supplies. Fuel cells offer the largest potential to reduce 
vehicle fuel consumption, individual soldier pack load, 
environmental pollution and enemy ability to detect combat 
vehicles. The Committee supports the Air Force investments in 
fuel cell technology and encourages the Air Force to use funds 
for the prototype scale-up, optimization and demonstration of 
an advanced solid polymer electrolyte fuel cell that uses 
lyotropic LCP based membranes.
    JHPSSL.--The Committee is supportive of the Joint High 
Power Solid State Laser Program [JHPSSL]. This joint high 
energy laser program, funded by both the Department of the Air 
Force and the Department of the Army and managed by the High 
Energy Laser Joint Technology Office is a crucial step towards 
developing a powerful, lightweight and ultra-precise laser 
weapon that will increase probability of kill while reducing 
collateral damage. The Committee recommends that the Air Force 
continue to fully fund this important JHPSSL program and ensure 
that this program move forward with at least two of the 
participants now under contract through the next phase of 
development, the JHPSSL Follow-On Program, to reduce risk.

                             SPACE PROGRAMS

    The Air Force Research, Development, Test and Evaluation 
budget request for fiscal year 2005 represents a considerable 
investment in space technologies and programs. In the context 
of the overall Defense budget, the totality of these 
investments is in all probability not sustainable. During 
fiscal year 2005 the Air Force seeks to nearly double its 
investment in Space Based Radar from a fiscal year 2004 level 
of $172,600,000 to a fiscal year 2005 level of $328,000,000. 
Transformational communications, the next generation of 
satellite communications, more than doubles in fiscal year 2005 
to a request level of $774,000,000. Although funded in another 
Air Force appropriation, the cost of space launch within the 
Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle program has more than doubled 
since the fiscal year 2004 request, reaching a fiscal year 2005 
request level of $638,000,000. According to current plans, each 
of the above mentioned programs grows by a minimum of 30 
percent in fiscal year 2006 absent additional schedule and cost 
perturbations. Subsequent to the submission of the budget 
request the Air Force notified the Committee of the latest cost 
estimates for the Space Based Infrared System [SBIRS] High 
program. Current estimates are that cost growth for the SBIRS 
program will approximate $1,000,000,000 from fiscal year 2004-
2013. Due to the conclusion of the Committee that planned 
investments in space programs are unaffordable, several 
adjustments to the budget request are recommended below.
    Transformational Satellite Communications System.--The 
budget request included $774,800,000 for the transformational 
military satellite [TSAT] communications program. Current plans 
project a cost increase of over 50 percent during fiscal year 
2006, reaching an annual funding level of over $1,000,000,000.
    The Committee supports the efforts of the Air Force to 
develop significant increases in bandwidth available to the 
military. TSAT development holds the potential to improve 
communications capability through the use of lasers, internet 
protocol packets, and integration with a new ground 
communications network. Current Air Force estimates of the cost 
to complete the TSAT program approximate $12,000,000,000. This 
estimate is nearly double the estimated cost to complete in the 
fiscal year 2004 request.
    As noted above, the Committee remains acutely concerned 
that projected investments in Air Force space programs are not 
sustainable. The technical risks associated with the deployment 
of a TSAT constellation are considerable. The Committee 
recommends a decrease of $400,000,000. Despite the recommended 
reduction in funds available to the program, sufficient 
resources remain to support technology development and risk 
reduction activities. In fact, at the recommended level, 
available funding increases by 10 percent above the fiscal year 
2004 levels.
    Space Based Radar.--The budget request includes 
$327,732,000 for the Space Based Radar [SBR] program, an 
increase of $155,000,000 above funding appropriated for fiscal 
year 2004. Current life cycle cost estimates for the Space 
Based Radar program range from $25,000,000,000 to 
$29,000,000,000. In concept, Space Based Radar would provide 
military commanders and the intelligence community with an 
overhead capability to: conduct surface moving target tracks; 
access multiple theaters regardless of weather or visibility; 
provide rapid revisit radar imaging and terrain mapping; and, 
achieve near continuous surveillance.
    According to the current plans of the Department of 
Defense, the first launch of an SBR satellite would occur 
during fiscal year 2012. To achieve this ambitious objective 
the Department intends to reach a Milestone B decision during 
fiscal year 2006, despite the fact that critical technologies 
such as the moving target indication software, hardware and 
algorithms and the on board processor are unlikely to have 
reached technology readiness level 5 until 2006. Although the 
Department of Defense has completed a Ground Moving Target 
Indicator Analysis of Alternatives, the Air Force and the 
Office of the Secretary of Defense are still considering the 
ideal force structure for the integration of air and space 
intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets. Due to 
the uncertainties surrounding the affordability of an SBR 
constellation, and current levels of technological maturity, 
the Committee recommends a funding decrease of $100,000,000. 
This recommended level of funding permits the Air Force to 
continue technology maturation and further study the 
relationship and costs concerning SBR dependence on 
Transformational Communications and TSAT.
    The Committee further recommends that each contractor team 
narrow their concept development to only lead concepts.
    Space Based Space Surveillance.--The budget request 
includes $102,000,000 for Block 10 design development and risk 
reduction costs. Current Air Force estimates for this 
contractor effort total $97,100,000 in fiscal year 2005. The 
Committee recommends a reduction of $4,000,000.
    Spacecraft Vehicle Technologies.--The budget request 
included $13,156,000 for the design of deployable structures 
for Space Based Radar and an eventual flight experiment. This 
request represents an increase of $5,800,000 above fiscal year 
2004 levels. Due to the delays in the development of Space 
Based Radar the Committee recommends a decrease of $4,000,000.
    Counterspace Systems.--The budget request included 
$53,000,000 for the Counter Surveillance Reconnaissance System. 
Subsequent to the submission of the budget the Air Force 
decided to cancel this program. The Committee recommends a 
decrease of $53,000,0000.
    Global Positioning System.--The Committee notes that the 
Global Positioning System [GPS] has been an overwhelmingly 
successful joint military and civil use program providing 
revolutionary time and navigation accuracy improvements over 
previous systems. GPS has also created new applications which 
have improved safety throughout the United States and in other 
parts of the world. It has been more than two decades since the 
first GPS satellites were placed in orbit, and other nations 
now compete with the United States in advancing GPS technology. 
The Committee believes that Air Force research must focus on 
efforts to move from an earth centric time-space reference to a 
system which is decoupled from the planet. This research 
promises breakthrough improvements to enable the United States 
to maintain a technological lead over competing programs and 
provide a crucial component of testing our missile defense 
systems which rely on nearly incomprehensible precision.

        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $18,900,715,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  20,739,837,000
Committee recommendation................................  20,404,563,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$20,404,563,000. This is $335,274,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                                     Item                           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DW     BASIC RESEARCH:
       2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                     143,729         150,729          +7,000
       6 GOVERNMENT/INDUSTRY COSPONSORSHIP OF UNIVERSITY        ..............           7,000          +7,000
          RESEAR
       7 DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM TO STIMULATE COMPETITIVE           9,590          14,090          +4,500
       8 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                        36,769          59,269         +22,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       190,088         231,088         +41,000     APPLIED RESEARCH:
       9 MEDICAL FREE ELECTRON LASER                                     9,668          18,668          +9,000
      10 HISTORICALLY BLACK & HISPANIC SERVNG INSTITU SCIENCES          14,192          17,192          +3,000
      11 LINCOLN LABORATORY RESEARCH PROGRAM                            25,441          25,441  ..............
      12 COMPUTING SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY               342,614  ..............        ^342,614
     12A INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY              ..............         193,956        +193,956
     12B COGNITIVE COMPUTING SYSTEMS                            ..............         151,158        +151,158
      14 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEFENSE                                    147,533         156,833          +9,300
      15 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                       104,385         147,139         +42,754
      16 TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY                                           339,175         316,575         ^22,600
      17 MATERIALS AND ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                          502,044  ..............        ^502,044
     17A MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY                                   ..............         253,836        +253,836
     17B ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                                 ..............         215,708        +215,708
      18 WMD DEFEAT TECHNOLOGY                                         249,786         249,786  ..............
      19 STRATEGIC DEFENSE TECHNOLOGIES                                116,113         116,113  ..............
      20 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                             10,084          14,084          +4,000
      22 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                      13,109          13,109  ..............
      23 SOF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                              2,162           2,162  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   1,876,306       1,891,760         +15,454     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
      24 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                     2,063           3,563          +1,500
      26 SO/LIC ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                    32,682          34,682          +2,000
      27 COMBATING TERRORISM TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                         46,719          76,719         +30,000
      28 COUNTERPROLIFERATION ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                      74,456          95,456         +21,000
          TECHNOLOGIES
      29 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY                          204,320         232,120         +27,800
      30 JOINT DOD-DOE MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOP-  MENT              23,319          26,819          +3,500
      32 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SYSTEMS                                    361,067  ..............        ^361,067
     32A ADVANCED AEROSPACE                                     ..............          87,347         +87,347
     32B SPACE PROGRAMS                                         ..............         222,220        +222,220
      33 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--ADVANCED DEV         117,343         173,843         +56,500
      34 JOINT UNMANNED COMBAT AIR SYSTEMS (J-UCAS) ADVANCED           284,617         288,617          +4,000
          TE
      37 GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D; TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRA-  TIONS             27,542         111,042         +83,500
      38 STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM                       56,936          56,936  ..............
      39 JOINT WARFIGHTING PROGRAM                                       9,936          10,936          +1,000
      40 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES                             218,151         225,151          +7,000
      41 ADVANCED CONCEPT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                    213,901         217,901          +4,000
      42 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MODERNIZATION PROGRAM              186,666         236,766         +50,100
      43 COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                   225,784         221,784          ^4,000
      44 SENSOR AND GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY                                337,117  ..............        ^337,117
     44A SENSOR TECHNOLOGY                                      ..............         194,373        +194,373
     44B GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY                                    ..............         137,244        +137,244
      46 LAND WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                        63,121          63,121  ..............
      47 CLASSIFIED DARPA PROGRAMS                                     238,131          88,131        ^150,000
      48 NETWORK-CENTRIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                            125,124         125,124  ..............
      49 DISTRIBUTED LEARNING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT           13,756          13,756  ..............
      50 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE                                 21,599          21,599  ..............
      52 QUICK REACTION SPECIAL PROJECTS                                64,389          64,389  ..............
      53 JOINT WARGAMING SIMULATION MANAGEMENT OFFICE                   46,017          46,017  ..............
      55 TECHNOLOGY LINK                                                 1,934           2,934          +1,000
      56 COUNTERPROLIFERATION SUPPORT                                    1,958           1,958  ..............
      57 SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT             48,803          59,803         +11,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                  3,047,451       3,140,351         +92,900     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION:
      58 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                            ..............          19,000         +19,000
      59 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM                                         11,771          15,771          +4,000
      60 ADVANCED SENSOR APPLICATIONS PROGRAM                           17,581          22,581          +5,000
      62 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION                 32,546          36,546          +4,000
          PROGRAM
      64 ADVANCED CONCEPTS, EVALUATIONS AND SYSTEMS                    256,159         256,159  ..............
      66 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT            937,748       1,017,748         +80,000
      67 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE SEGMENT         4,384,775       4,548,275        +163,500
      68 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE BOOST DEFENSE SEGMENT               492,614         497,614          +5,000
      69 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--DEM/VAL              104,195         112,195          +8,000
      70 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSORS                             591,957         613,457         +21,500
      71 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM INTERCEPTOR                  511,262         259,262        ^252,000
      72 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST & TARGETS                      713,658         713,658  ..............
      73 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE PRODUCTS                            418,608         413,608          ^5,000
      74 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS CORE                        479,764         454,764         ^25,000
      76 HUMANITARIAN DEMINING                                          13,747          13,747  ..............
      77 COALITION WARFARE                                               5,886           5,886  ..............
      78 JOINT UNMANNED COMBAT AIR SYSTEMS (J-UCAS) ADVANCED           422,873         222,873        ^200,000
          CO
      80 REDUCTION OF TOTAL OWNERSHIP COST                              27,351  ..............         ^27,351
      81 JOINT ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY (JET) PROGRAM                  6,679          16,679         +10,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         9,429,174       9,239,823        ^189,351     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT:
      82 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--EMD                  152,379         145,879          ^6,500
      83 MANPADS DEFENSE PROGRAM                                        14,135          22,135          +8,000
      84 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM--EMD                                    13,845          29,845         +16,000
      85 ADVANCED IT SERVICES JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE (AITS-JPO)           18,183          18,183  ..............
      86 JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM                 18,515          18,515  ..............
          (JTIDS)
      89 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                             10,683          10,683  ..............
      91 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                             52,407          52,407  ..............
      92 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT--STANDARD                    6,690           6,690  ..............
          PROCUREMEN
      93 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS                       94,767          49,767         ^45,000
      94 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM                                          6,623           6,623  ..............
      95 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                            2,493           2,493  ..............
      96 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                   17,867          17,867  ..............
      97 JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL PROGRAM (JC2)                         3,000           3,000  ..............
      98 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE                                             3,466           3,466  ..............
      99 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE                                             2,345           2,345  ..............
     100 BMMP DOMAIN MANAGEMENT AND SYSTEMS INTEGRA-  TION               7,472           7,472  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            424,870         397,370         ^27,500     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
     101 SPECIAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                      19,274          19,274  ..............
     103 TRANSFORMATION INITIATIVES PROGRAM                              9,977  ..............          ^9,977
     105 DEFENSE READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM (DRRS)                      19,691          19,691  ..............
     106 JOINT SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT                          4,989           4,989  ..............
     107 THERMAL VICAR                                                   7,263           7,263  ..............
     108 TECHNICAL STUDIES, SUPPORT AND ANALYSIS                        30,618          30,618  ..............
     109 CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                                     1,937           1,937  ..............
     110 BLACK LIGHT                                                    21,535          21,535  ..............
     112 FOREIGN MATERIAL ACQUISITION AND EXPLOITATION                  35,572          35,572  ..............
     113 INTERAGENCY EXPORT LICENSE AUTOMATION                           5,882           5,882  ..............
     114 DEFENSE TRAVEL SYSTEM                                          28,508          28,508  ..............
     115 JOINT THEATER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZA-  TION          86,409          86,409  ..............
     117 FOREIGN COMPARATIVE TESTING                                    35,633          35,633  ..............
     118 SUPPORT TO NETWORKS AND INFORMATION INTEGRA-  TION             11,490          20,690          +9,200
     119 GENERAL SUPPORT TO USD (INTELLIGENCE)                           4,830           4,830  ..............
     120 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                        42,652          37,652          ^5,000
     126 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH/CHALLENGE                    1,999           1,999  ..............
          ADMINISTR
     127 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS                                     7,279           7,279  ..............
     128 FORCE TRANSFORMATION DIRECTORATE                               19,591          19,591  ..............
     129 DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES (DTIC)                  45,203          45,203  ..............
     130 R&D; IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT, TESTING &                    10,598          10,598  ..............
          EVALUATION
     131 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION                                 8,882           8,882  ..............
     132 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT) DARP          46,689          46,689  ..............
     133 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RAPID ACQUISITION                       19,958  ..............         ^19,958
     134 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS (IO)            12,878          12,878  ..............
     136 PENTAGON RESERVATION                                           13,884          13,884  ..............
     137 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS--MDA                                  141,923         141,923  ..............
     138 IT SOFTWARE DEV INITIATIVES                                     1,700           1,700  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             696,844         671,109         ^25,735     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
     141 PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE (PFP) INFORMATION MANAGEMENT              6,995           6,995  ..............
          SYS
     142 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS            2,178           2,178  ..............
          D
     143 ISLAND SUN                                                      1,663           1,663  ..............
     144 C4I INTEROPERABILITY                                           41,074          41,074  ..............
     145 JOINT ANALYTICAL MODEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                      5,577           5,577  ..............
     153 NATIONAL MILITARY COMMAND SYSTEM-WIDE SUPPORT                   1,240           1,240  ..............
     154 DEFENSE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND                     2,517           2,517  ..............
          INTEGRATIO
     155 LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS (DCS)                                 11,401          11,401  ..............
     157 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK              7,261           7,261  ..............
     158 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                           11,135          11,135  ..............
     159 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                          477,846         477,846  ..............
     160 C4I FOR THE WARRIOR                                             4,177           4,177  ..............
     161 C4I FOR THE WARRIOR                                            24,712          24,712  ..............
     162 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                              43,693          57,293         +13,600
     163 JOINT SPECTRUM CENTER                                          18,941          18,941  ..............
     164 DEFENSE COLLABORATION TOOL SUITE (DCTS)                         8,503           8,503  ..............
     165 NET-CENTRIC ENTERPRISE SERVICES (NCES)                         52,059          52,059  ..............
     166 TELEPORT PROGRAM                                               10,272          10,272  ..............
     167 SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES                         20,758          20,758  ..............
     170 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION (CIP)                       28,021          28,021  ..............
     173 DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROGRAM  (JMIP)              32,939          32,939  ..............
     180 NET CENTRICITY                                                214,222         120,722         ^93,500
     192 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                        11,005          25,005         +14,000
     193 LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                   11,389          11,389  ..............
     194 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (OJCS)                                 22,421          22,421  ..............
     195 NATO JOINT STARS                                               30,399          30,399  ..............
     198 SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT     ..............           6,000          +6,000
     199 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TACTICAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT               311,966          67,728        ^244,238
    199A CV-22                                                  ..............          75,131         +75,131
    199B AIRCRAFT DEFENSIVE SYSTEMS                             ..............          58,041         +58,041
    199C AVIATION SYSTEMS ADV DEVELOPMENT                       ..............          66,982         +66,982
    199D ASDS                                                   ..............          15,614         +15,614
     200 SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT            25,015          47,015         +22,000
     202 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                                   57,643          74,643         +17,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    1,497,022       1,447,652         ^49,370     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             3,578,082       3,385,410        ^192,672
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DW            20,739,837      20,404,563        ^335,274
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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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                           2005 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line        Item           estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    2 Defense                 143,729         150,729          +7,000
       Research
       Sciences
          BioInterfac  ..............  ..............         -10,000
           es
          Advance      ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Photonic
           Composites
           Research
          Biological   ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Detection
           of
           Unexploded
           Ordnance
           and Land
           Mines
          Molecular    ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Electronic
           s
          Nano-        ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Photonics
           Systems
           Fabricatio
           n
          Photonics    ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Technology
           Access
           Program
          Space Based  ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Active
           Sensors
    6 Government/      ..............           7,000          +7,000
       Industry
       Cosponsorship
       of University
       Research
          Semiconduct  ..............  ..............          +7,000
           or
           Research--
           Focus
           Center
           Research
           Program
    7 Defense                   9,590          14,090          +4,500
       Experimental
       Program to
       Stimulate
       Competitive
       Research
          Additional   ..............  ..............          +4,500
           Funding
    8 Chemical and             36,769          59,269         +22,500
       Biological
       Defense
       Program
          Biodefense   ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Research
          Bug-To-Drug  ..............  ..............          +7,000
          Fluorescenc  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           e
           Activated
           Sensing
           Technology
           [FAST]
           Integrated
           Threat
           Management
          Therapeutic  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Approaches
           to Anthrax
           and Ricin
           toxins
          Therapeutic  ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Phosphorod
           iamidate
           Morpholino
           Oligomer
           Approaches
    9 Medical Free              9,668          18,668          +9,000
       Electron Laser
          Medical      ..............  ..............          +9,000
           Free
           Electron
           Laser
   10 Historically             14,192          17,192          +3,000
       Black Colleges
       and
       Universities
       [HBCU]
       Science
          Tribal       ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Colleges--
           Science
           Lab and
           Computer
           Equip-
           ment
   12 Computing               342,614  ..............        -342,614
       Systems and
       Communications
       Technology
          Funding      ..............  ..............        -342,614
           Transferre
           d to New
           PEs
  12A Information and  ..............         193,956        +193,956
       Communications
       Technology
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +191,456
           from PE
           0602301E
           (ST-11,
           19, 24,
           28, 29)
          Secure       ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Group
           Communicat
           ions
  12B Cognitive        ..............         151,158        +151,158
       Computing
       Systems
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +151,158
           from PE
           0602301E
           (ST-30-33)
   14 Biological              147,533         156,833          +9,300
       Warfare
       Defense
          New          ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Approaches
           to
           Weaponized
           Infectious
           Organisms
          Antimicrobi  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           al
           Research
           Program
          BioScience   ..............  ..............          +1,300
           for
           Informatic
           s
          Noninvasive  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Biomodulat
           ion
   15 Chemical and            104,385         147,139         +42,754
       Biological
       Defense
       Program
          BioTerNet    ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Networking
           and Strain
           Tracking
          CBRN         ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Countermea
           sures
          Chemical     ..............  ..............          +2,900
           Agent
           Persistenc
           e Models
          Chemical     ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Imaging
           for Food
           and Water
           Safety
          LSH-SAW      ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Hand-held
           Biosensor
          Mustard Gas  ..............  ..............          +9,000
           Antidote
           Research
           STIMAL
          Nanowire     ..............  ..............          +1,854
           Mesh
           Fabrics
           for
           Chemical
           and
           Biological
           Agent
           Defense
          Novel Viral  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Biowarfare
           Agent ID
           and
           Treatment
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Emergency
           Medical
           Response
          Research on  ..............  ..............          +1,000
           a
           Molecular
           Approach
           to
           Hazardous
           Materials
           Decontamin
           ation
          Vaccines     ..............  ..............          +4,000
           and
           Therapeuti
           cs to
           Counter
           Biological
           Threats
   16 Tactical                339,175         316,575         -22,600
       Technology
          Novel        ..............  ..............          -6,400
           Sensors
           for Force
           Protection
          SIER         ..............  ..............          -4,000
          Laser Star   ..............  ..............          -3,000
          Walrus       ..............  ..............         -10,000
          Combat       ..............  ..............          -6,200
           Zones that
           See
          CEROS        ..............  ..............          +7,000
   17 Materials and           502,044  ..............        -502,044
       Electronics
       Technology
          Funding      ..............  ..............        -502,044
           Transferre
           d to New
           PEs
  17A Materials        ..............         253,836        +253,836
       Technology
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +249,336
           from PE
           0602712E
           (MPT-01 &
           09)
          BioFabricat  ..............  ..............          -5,500
           ion
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Materials
           for
           Electromag
           netic
           Devices
          Strategic    ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Materials
          Friction     ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Stir
           Welding of
           High
           Temperatur
           e
           Materials
  17B Electronics      ..............         215,708        +215,708
       Technology
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +252,708
           from PE
           0602712E
           (MPT-02,
           06, 08)
          Funding      ..............  ..............         -50,000
           from
           previously
           cancelled
           programs
          OptoElectro  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           nics and
           Optical
           Communicat
           ions
          Characteriz  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           ation,
           Reliabilit
           y, and
           Applicatio
           ns of
           Micro-
           Structures
          Nanoscale    ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Organic
           Spintronic
           s Program
          Nanoelectro  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           nics
           Defense
           and
           Security
           Initiative
          Testing and  ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Evaluation
           of
           Advanced
           Composite
           Ground
           Radomes
   20 Medical                  10,084          14,084          +4,000
       Technology
          Hibernation  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Genomics
   24 Medical                   2,063           3,563          +1,500
       Advanced
       Technology
          Integrated   ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Medical IT
           System
   26 SO/LIC Advanced          32,682          34,682          +2,000
       Development
          High Rate    ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Packet
           Inspection
           ``Packet
           Storm''
   27 Combating                46,719          76,719         +30,000
       Terrorism
       Technology
       Support
          Blast        ..............  ..............         +10,000
           Mitigation
          CT-ISR       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Explosive    ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Loading
           Laboratory
           Testing
          TSWG         ..............  ..............          +5,000
          QR           ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Technology
           Based
           Vehicle
           Bomb
           Detection
   28 Counterprolifer          74,456          95,456         +21,000
       ation
       Initiatives--P
       roliferation
       Prevention and
       Defeat
          Detective    ..............  ..............          +1,000
           (HPGe)
           Radio-
           Isotope
           Identifier
          Guardian     ..............  ..............         +20,000
           Portable
           Radiation
           Search
           Tool
   29 Ballistic               204,320         232,120         +27,800
       Missile
       Defense
       Technology
          Massively    ..............  ..............          +4,500
           Parallel
           Optical
           Interconne
           cts for
           Microsatel
           lites
          Center for   ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Optical
           Logic
           Devices
          Silicon      ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Carbide
           Wide Band
           Gap
           Research
          Multiple     ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Target
           Tracking
           Optical
           Sensor
           Array
           Technology
           [MOST]
          Advanced RF  ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Technology
           Developmen
           t
          SiC Thick    ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Film
           Mirror
           Coatings
          Porous       ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Silicon
          Next-Again-  ..............  ..............          +3,300
           Generation
           Radiation
           Hard CMOS
          Tulane       ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Missile
           Defense
   30 Joint DOD-DOE            23,319          26,819          +3,500
       Munitions
       Technology
       Development
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Metallized
           Gelled
           Propellant
           s
   32 Advanced                361,067  ..............        -361,067
       Aerospace
       Systems
          Funding      ..............  ..............        -361,067
           Transferre
           d to New
           PEs
  32A Advanced         ..............          87,347         +87,347
       Aerospace
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +111,847
           from PE
           0603285E
           (ASP-01)
          Walrus       ..............  ..............         -10,000
          Canard       ..............  ..............         -14,500
           Rotor Wing
  32B Space Programs   ..............         222,220        +222,220
       and Technology
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +249,220
           from PE
           0603285E
           (ASP-02)
          Orbital      ..............  ..............         -10,000
           Express
          RASCAL       ..............  ..............         -10,000
          Improved     ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Suborbital
           Operations
          CAV          ..............  ..............         -25,000
          Joint NASA/  ..............  ..............         +10,000
           DOD
           Developmen
           t
   33 Chemical and            117,343         173,843         +56,500
       Biological
       Defense
       Program--Advan
       ced
       Development
          Bioadhesion  ..............  ..............          +5,500
           Research
           to Combat
           Biological
           Warfare
          Hand-held    ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Biological
           Agent
           Detection
           [HBAD]
           system
          Hi-Int       ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Pulsed
           Radiation
           for Chem &
           BioAgent
           Defeat
          Immunochemi  ..............  ..............          +3,500
           cal
           Biological/
           Chemical
           Threat
           Agent
           Detector
          LISA         ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Inspector
          Oral         ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Adjuvants
          Oral         ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Anthrax/
           Plague
           Vaccine
          Plant        ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Vaccine
           Developmen
           t
          Rapid        ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Response
           Sensor
           Networking
           for
           Multiple
           Applicatio
           ns
          Reactive     ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Air
           Purificati
           on for
           Individual
           and
           Collective
           Protection
           [RAPICP]
          Vaccines,    ..............  ..............          +6,000
           Alternativ
           e Delivery
           Methods
           for
           Recombinan
           t Protein
           Vaccines
          Polyclonal   ..............  ..............          +4,000
           human
           antibody
           production
           system
          Water        ..............  ..............          +3,500
           Quality
           Sensors
   34 Joint Unmanned          284,617         288,617          +4,000
       Combat Air
       Systems [J-
       UCAS] Advanced
       Technology
       Development
       and R
          Lithium Ion  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Battery
           for Joint
           Unmanned
           Combat Air
           System
   37 Generic                  27,542         111,042         +83,500
       Logistics R&D;
       Technology
       Demonstrations
          Aging        ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Systems
           Sustainmen
           t and
           Enabling
           Technologi
           es [ASSET]
          Chameleon    ..............  ..............         +11,000
           Miniaturiz
           ed
           Wireless
           System
          Diminishing  ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Manufactur
           ing Source
           [DMS]
          Government   ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Industry
           Data
           Exchange
           Program
          Manufacturi  ..............  ..............          +2,000
           ng
           Extension
           Partnershi
           p-Midwest
           Consortium
          MicroElectr  ..............  ..............          +7,500
           onics
           Testing,
           Technology
           and
           Obsolescen
           ce Program
          Nano-        ..............  ..............          +2,000
           structured
           Carbon for
           Radiation
           Shielding
           of
           Microelect
           ronics
          New England  ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Manufactur
           ing Supply
           Chain
          Next         ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Generation
           Air Start
           Cart
          Smart        ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Scanning
           RFID Tag
           Reader
          Spray        ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Technique
           Analysis
           and
           Research
           for
           Defense
          STAR4D       ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Painting
           and
           Coating
           Pollution
           Prevention
          Ultra-low    ..............  ..............         +30,000
           Power
           Battlefiel
           d Sensor
           System
          Vehicle      ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Fuel Cell
           Program
   39 Joint                     9,936          10,936          +1,000
       Warfighting
       Program
          Joint        ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Navigation
           al Warfare
   40 Advanced                218,151         225,151          +7,000
       Electronics
       Technologies
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +5,500
           Lithograph
           y-Thin
           Film
           Excellence
          MIL Tech     ..............  ..............          +1,500
           Extension
   41 Advanced                213,901         217,901          +4,000
       Concept
       Technology
       Demonstrations
          Hardware     ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Encryption
           Capability
           (SecureD)
   42 High                    186,666         236,766         +50,100
       Performance
       Computing
       Modernization
       Program
          Army High    ..............  ..............         +15,000
           Performanc
           e
           Computing
           Research
           Center
          High         ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Performanc
           e
           Computing
           Visualizat
           ion
           Initiative
           [HPCVI]
          Multithread  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Architectu
           re [MTA]
           Upgrade
          Simulation   ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Center HPC
           Upgrade
          ARSC         ..............  ..............          +6,600
          MHPCC        ..............  ..............         +15,500
           Technology
           Upgrade
   43 Command,                225,784         221,784          -4,000
       Control and
       Communications
       Systems
          Space Based  ..............  ..............          -4,000
           Networking
   44 Sensor and              337,117  ..............        -337,117
       Guidance
       Technology
          Funding      ..............  ..............        -337,117
           Transferre
           d to New
           PEs
  44A Sensor           ..............         194,373        +194,373
       Technology
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +199,873
           from PE
           0603762E
           (SGT-02-04
           )
          ISIS         ..............  ..............          -5,500
  44B Guidance         ..............         137,244        +137,244
       Technology
          Transfer     ..............  ..............        +137,244
           from PE
           0603762E
           (SGT-01
           and CLS)
   47 Classified              238,131          88,131        -150,000
       DARPA Programs
          Program      ..............  ..............        -150,000
           Reduction
   55 Technology Link           1,934           2,934          +1,000
          IEE-Tech     ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Transfer
   57 Special                  48,803          59,803         +11,000
       Operations
       Advanced
       Technology
       Development
          ANGELFIRE/   ..............  ..............          +8,000
           FCLAS Full
           Spectrum
           Active
           Protection
           Close-in
           Layered
           System
          Long Range   ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Biometric
           Target
           Identifica
           tion
           System
   58 Physical         ..............          19,000         +19,000
       Security
       Equipment
          Family of    ..............  ..............         +10,000
           Integrated
           Rapid
           Response
           Equipment
          Persistent   ..............  ..............          +9,000
           Perimeter
           Security
           Unmanned
           Systems
   59 Joint Robotics           11,771          15,771          +4,000
       Program
          National     ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Unmanned
           Systems
           Experiment
           ation
           Environmen
           t
   60 Advanced Sensor          17,581          22,581          +5,000
       Applications
       Program
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Solid
           State Dye
           Laser
          Secure       ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Airborne
           Free Space
           Optical
           Communicat
           ions
   62 Environmental            32,546          36,546          +4,000
       Security
       Technical
       Certification
       Program
          Perchlorate  ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Remediatio
           n R&D;,
           Rialto-
           Colton
           Basin
   66 Ballistic               937,748       1,017,748         +80,000
       Missile
       Defense
       Terminal
       Defense
       Segment
          Arrow        ..............  ..............         +80,000
   67 Ballistic             4,384,775       4,548,275        +163,500
       Missile
       Defense
       Midcourse
       Defense
       Segment
          Allen Army   ..............  ..............         +22,000
           Airfield
           Upgrades
          Fort Greely  ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Power
           Plant
           Feasibilit
           y Study
          GMD          ..............  ..............        +100,000
           Enhancemen
           ts
          PMRF         ..............  ..............         +25,000
           Upgrades
          Sensor Data  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Fusion and
           Communicat
           ions
          Range        ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Mission
           Tool
          SHOTS        ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Multi-Frame  ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Blind
           Deconvolut
           ion
          Kauai Test   ..............  ..............          [4,000]
           Facility
   68 Ballistic               492,614         497,614          +5,000
       Missile
       Defense Boost
       Defense
       Segment
          Internation  ..............  ..............          +5,000
           al
           Cooperatio
           n
   69 Chemical and            104,195         112,195          +8,000
       Biological
       Defense
       Program
          Nano         ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Intelligen
           t
           Detection
           System
           Handheld
           Biological
           Agent
           Detectors
   70 Ballistic               591,957         613,457         +21,500
       Missile
       Defense
       Sensors
          Airborne     ..............  ..............         +15,000
           Infrared
           Surveillan
           ce [AIRS]
          Improved     ..............  ..............          +5,500
           Materials
           for
           Optical
           Memories
          Ground-      ..............  ..............          +1,000
           Based
           Studies of
           Rocket
           Plume
           Signatures
   71 Ballistic               511,262         259,262        -252,000
       Missile
       Defense System
       Interceptor
          Kinetic      ..............  ..............        -227,000
           Energy
           Intercepto
           r
          Near Field   ..............  ..............         [68,000]
           Infrared
           Experiment
           s [NFIRE]
          Block 2012   ..............  ..............         -25,000
           Internatio
           nal
           Cooperatio
           n
   73 Ballistic               418,608         413,608          -5,000
       Missile
       Defense
       Products
          ACT--Army    ..............  ..............         +20,000
           Counter-
           Space
           Technology
          Joint        ..............  ..............          +5,000
           National
           Integratio
           n Center
          C2BMC        ..............  ..............         -30,000
           National
           Team
           Unjustifie
           d Program
           Growth
   74 Ballistic               479,764         454,764         -25,000
       Missile
       Defense
       Systems Core
          Corporate    ..............  ..............          -5,000
           Lethality
           Testing
          System       ..............  ..............         -20,000
           Engineerin
           g and
           Integratio
           n National
           Team
           Unjustifie
           d Program
           Growth
   78 Joint Unmanned          422,873         222,873        -200,000
       Combat Air
       Systems [J-
       UCAS] Advanced
       Component and
       Prototype Deve
          Program      ..............  ..............        -200,000
           Restructur
           e
   80 Reduction Of             27,351  ..............         -27,351
       Total
       Ownership Cost
          Lack of      ..............  ..............         -27,351
           Program
           Justificat
           ion
   81 Joint                     6,679          16,679         +10,000
       Electromagneti
       c Technology
       [JET] Program
          Delta Mine   ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Training
           Center
          HIPAS        ..............  ..............          +5,000
   82 Chemical and            152,379         145,879          -6,500
       Biological
       Defense
       Program
          JCAD--Cance  ..............  ..............         -15,000
           llation
          Joint        ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Biological
           Point
           Detection
           System
           [JBPDS]
          ParallelaVa  ..............  ..............          +3,500
           x Rapid
           Vaccine
           Testing
           Technology
   83 MANPADS Defense          14,135          22,135          +8,000
       Program
          MANPADS      ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Defense
          Counter      ..............  ..............          +3,000
           ManPads
           Airspace
           Protection
           System
   84 Joint Robotics           13,845          29,845         +16,000
       Program
          Unmanned     ..............  ..............          +4,500
           Systems
           Research
          Robotics     ..............  ..............          +2,500
           Greenhouse
           Initiative
          Joint        ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Robotics
          Integrated   ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Test
           Support
   93 Financial                94,767          49,767         -45,000
       Management
       System
       Improvements
          BMMP         ..............  ..............         -45,000
  103 Transformation            9,977  ..............          -9,977
       Initiatives
       Program
          Program      ..............  ..............          -9,977
           Reduction
  118 Support to               11,490          20,690          +9,200
       Networks and
       Information
       Integration
          CISA         ..............  ..............          +2,200
          Pacific      ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Disaster
           Center
  120 Chemical and             42,652          37,652          -5,000
       Biological
       Defense
       Program
          Management   ..............  ..............          -5,000
           Support
           Cost
           Growth
  133 Information              19,958  ..............         -19,958
       Technology
       Rapid
       Acquisition
          Program      ..............  ..............         -19,958
           Reduction
  162 Global Command           43,693          57,293         +13,600
       and Control
       System
          National     ..............  ..............          +1,600
           Informatio
           n
           Assurance
           and
           Training
          Joint        ..............  ..............         +12,000
           Informatio
           n
           Technology
           Project--A
           laska
  180 Net Centricity          214,222         120,722         -93,500
          Horizontal   ..............  ..............         -93,500
           Fusion
           Program
           Reduction
  192 Industrial               11,005          25,005         +14,000
       Preparedness
          Advanced     ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Manufactur
           ing
           Institute
          Copper-      ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Based
           Casting
           Technology
           [C-BCT]
          Laser        ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Additive
           Manufactur
           ing
          Next         ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Generation
           Manufactur
           ing
           Technologi
           es
  198 Special          ..............           6,000          +6,000
       Operations
       Advanced
       Technology
       Development
          SOF          ..............  ..............          +4,000
           Experiment
           al
           Technology
           Integratio
           n
          Land and     ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Sea
           Special
           Operations
           Mobility
           Systems
           [LASSO]
  199 Special                 311,966          67,728        -244,238
       Operations
       Tactical
       Systems
       Development
          CV-22        ..............  ..............         -75,131
           Funding
           Transfer
           to New PE
          Aircraft     ..............  ..............         -58,041
           Defensive
           Systems
           Transfer
           to New PE
          Aviation     ..............  ..............        -103,982
           Systems
           Advanced
           Developmen
           t Transfer
           to New PE
          ASDS         ..............  ..............          -1,614
           Transfer
           to New PE
          Identify     ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Friend or
           Foe [IFF]
           Advanced
           Target
           Identifica
           tion for
           AC-130U
          Covert       ..............  ..............          +4,500
           Waveform
           Program
          Fly-by-Wire  ..............  ..............         -11,970
           Program--T
           ransfer to
           RDA Line
           78
 199A CV-22            ..............          75,131         +75,131
          Funding      ..............  ..............         +75,131
           Transfer
           from PE
           1160404BB
 199B Aircraft         ..............          58,041         +58,041
       Defensive
       Systems
          Funding      ..............  ..............         +58,041
           Transfer
           from PE
           1160404BB
 199C Aviation         ..............          66,982         +66,982
       Systems
       Advanced
       Development
          Funding      ..............  ..............        +103,982
           Transfer
           from PE
           1160404BB
          CAAP         ..............  ..............         -37,000
           Program
 199D ASDS             ..............          15,614         +15,614
          Funding      ..............  ..............          +1,614
           Transfer
           from PE
           1160404BB
          Budget       ..............  ..............         +14,000
           Realignmen
           t
  200 Special                  25,015          47,015         +22,000
       Operations
       Intelligence
       Systems
       Development
          Foreign      ..............  ..............          +2,000
           Language
           Translator
          High         ..............  ..............          +3,000
           Altitude
           Long
           Endurance
          Application  ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Specific
           Integrated
           Circuit
           [ASIC]
           Developmen
           t
          Joint        ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Threat
           Warning
           Systems
          Wireless     ..............  ..............          +5,000
           Management
           & Control
           Project
  202 SOF Operational          57,643          74,643         +17,000
       Enhancements
          B-Band       ..............  ..............          +7,000
           Covert
           Night
           Vision
           System
          Nano-        ..............  ..............          +8,000
           Technology
           Research
           Effort
          TACTICOMP    ..............  ..............          +2,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    DARPA.--The Committee recommends $2,849,979,000 for Defense 
Advanced Research Projects Agency [DARPA] programs. DARPA is to 
be commended for compliance with last year's language that 
directed the incorporation of more detailed cost, schedule, and 
performer data in the budget materials. The Committee finds, 
however, that further information on plans for transitioning 
DARPA technologies to the Services and/or an acquisition agent 
is required. Therefore, the Committee directs DARPA to submit a 
comprehensive transition plan for programs funded with 6.3 
funds. The plan shall include the planned transition agent, 
i.e. Service, Agency, or future acquisition agent, the expected 
timing of the technology/program transition, and the expected 
program costs (unit cost) that will be borne by the agent. The 
Committee is sensitive to the scale of this endeavor and 
therefore directs that only 30 percent of 6.3 funded programs 
shall be required to present a transition plan with the fiscal 
year 2006 President's budget submission. The Committee grants 
flexibility in this reporting requirement with the expectation 
that an even greater portion of programs will submit transition 
plans in fiscal year 2007 and that all 6.3 funded programs will 
submit plans with the fiscal year 2008 budget submission.
    In addition, the Committee remains concerned about the 
considerable financial flexibility inherent in DARPA's budget. 
For example, in any given year the majority of DARPA's programs 
undergo what is internally termed a ``go/no-go'' review. This 
necessary review determines whether the pursued technology is 
promising, plausible, and relevant to defense. As DARPA's 
programs are intrinsically and purposefully high risk, it is 
probable that many of the programs undergoing this review 
receive ``no-go'' decisions. As a result, the Director has the 
budgetary flexibility to redirect resources from all 
discontinued or ``no-go'' programs to any other program or 
programs funded within the same budgetary program element.
    In addition, the Committee finds that program expenditures 
are further obscured by the level of resources requested in 
each program element. Over half of the Agency's program 
elements request more than $200,000,000 in resources and one 
program element requests over $500,000,000. Therefore, in order 
to increase budgetary transparency and clarify the amount of 
resources requested and ultimately executed on DARPA programs, 
the Committee recommends increasing the number of budgetary 
program elements or lines within the DARPA budget. The 
Committee directs DARPA to follow the Committee's recommended 
budgetary construction in future budget submissions.
    Quadrupole Resonance Technology.--The Committee notes the 
success of quadrupole resonance technology in explosives 
detection. Leveraging accomplishments thus far, the Committee 
recommends an increase of $3,000,000 to complete this project 
in fiscal year 2005.
    Follow-on RAMOS Program.--The Committee understands that 
the Missile Defense Agency [MDA] recently terminated the 
Russian American Observation Satellites [RAMOS] program. This 
is a cooperative program with the Russian Federation on 
mutually beneficial research that is missile defense related 
and provides a foundation for future cooperative efforts. The 
Committee believes that this collaboration on space-based 
sensor research and development is meritorious and should 
continue. Accordingly, the Committee recommends that of the 
funds available to the MDA, $5,000,000 be allocated to continue 
a follow-up cooperative program between the United States and 
the Russian Federation on missile defense and early warning 
technologies.
    J-UCAS.--The Committee is concerned that the J-UCAS program 
has not been properly coordinated with the Services, is overly 
ambitious with regards to planned technologies and is 
potentially unaffordable. The Committee is aware that when the 
Departments of the Navy and Air Force reduced funding for the 
program in their respective fiscal year 2005 budget proposals, 
the Office of the Secretary of Defense [OSD] transferred the 
program to one of its own offices, drastically increased 
program funding and slated DARPA as the executive agent. The 
Committee is also aware that since the program was transferred, 
there has been little coordination and consultation with the 
Services. As the Services will ultimately be called upon to 
operate and invest in the J-UCAS, it is prerequisite that they 
be closely involved in the development of requirements and the 
acquisition strategy.
    In addition, the Committee is concerned that the 
technologies planned for the common operating system and 
advanced sensor suite are unnecessarily ambitious and 
potentially unaffordable. The schedule for these technologies 
is also unduly aggressive. As such, the Committee recommends a 
reduction of $200,000,000 to the budget request and expects OSD 
to fully coordinate program plans with the Navy and Air Force 
in the future.
    Lack of Program Justification.--The Committee is concerned 
about the number of ``pilot'' programs requested within the 
Office of the Secretary Defense. These programs include 
Reducing Total Ownership Costs, Rapid Acquisition Initiatives, 
Transformation Initiatives, and Horizontal Fusion. The funding 
requests for these programs fail to outline the activities and 
projects to be financed, but rather propose that the Congress 
appropriate ``pots'' of money for broad programmatic objectives 
where specific activities are identified after the funding is 
provided. For example, the fiscal year 2005 budget request for 
the new start program Reducing Total Ownership Costs broadly 
describes the program's objective to, ``optimize returns on 
investments that reduce operating and support costs for 
systems.'' The Department plans to solicit proposals and make 
project selections after funding has been granted; thus no 
defined list of projects is available.
    The Committee finds this budgetary practice unacceptable 
and recommends reducing funding for these programs. The 
Committee expects the Department to adhere to traditional 
budget justification practices and provide detailed information 
on the projects and activities to be funded with the budget 
request.
    Allen Radio Testbed.--The Committee is aware that 
technology of the Allen Radio Telescope Array (at the Hat Creek 
Radio Observatory Site) can be utilized by the Department as a 
testbed that could lead to the development of a deployable 
system to detect low-observable aircraft. The Committee directs 
the Department to investigate this technology and report to the 
Committee on its potential.
    Perchlorate Contamination.--The Committee is concerned 
about the potential cost of remediation of perchlorate and 
provides $4,000,000 for the Environmental Security Technical 
Certification Program to conduct research and a demonstration 
of remediation technologies in the Rialto-Colton Basin.
    The Committee believes that the Department should expedite 
the development of a plan to remediate perchlorate 
contamination. Once that plan is developed, the Committee 
believes that the Department should take appropriate action to 
implement this plan. The Committee supports the reporting 
requirement on this matter as requested in the fiscal year 2004 
Military Construction conference report.
    Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System 
[DIMHRS].--The Committee is aware that accelerating funding for 
the DIMHRS program may significantly and more quickly improve 
support to the joint staff and unified combatant commanders to 
provide a single, fully integrated personnel and pay management 
system for our service personnel. The Committee encourages the 
Department of Defense to accelerate funding for the fielding 
and implementation of DIMHRS. The Committee urges the 
Department of Defense to maintain the DIMHRS joint program 
manager co-located with the DIMHRS program office and 
development staff at the SPAWAR Information Technology Center 
[SITC].
    Special Operations Research and Development Funding.--The 
Committee recommends $506,986,000 for research and development 
programs for Special Operations Forces. Similar to the position 
presented in the Procurement, Defense-Wide section of this 
report regarding the Command's budget structure, the Committee 
recommends increasing the number of program elements for 
research and development activities. The Committee hopes these 
modifications will increase the transparency of the actual 
level of resources necessary to execute the Command's programs 
and directs that the Committee's adjustments be adhered to in 
future budget submissions.
    TACTICOMP.--The Committee is aware of the requirement for 
advance modules of the TACTICOMP individual personal data 
assistant and recommends $2,000,000 for Special Operations 
Forces for this purpose. The funding should be focused on the 
continued development of TACTICOMP advanced modules, the laser 
range finder and Navy dive board units.

                Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $305,861,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     305,135,000
Committee recommendation................................     305,135,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $305,135,000. 
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                           2005 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OPERATIONAL TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
       1 TEST & EVALUATION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY                         16,295          14,795          ^1,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                       16,295          14,795          ^1,500     RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
       2 CENTRAL TEST AND EVALUATION INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT            123,562         130,562          +7,000
          [CT
       3 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION                                42,390          42,390  ..............
       4 LIVE FIRE TESTING                                              10,209          10,209  ..............
       5 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION                               112,679         107,179          ^5,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             288,840         290,340          +1,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE                     305,135         305,135  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          2005 budget      Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1TEST &                    16,295          14,795           -1,500
     EVALUATION
     SCIENCE &
     TECHNOLOGY
        Execution/    ..............  ...............          -1,500
         Delays
   2CENTRAL TEST AND         123,562         130,562           +7,000
     EVALUATION
     INVESTMENT
     DEVELOPMENT
     [CTEIP]
        Unmanned      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         systems
         testbed
         project/
         Pathfinder
         demo
        UAV Systems   ..............  ...............          +7,000
         and
         Operations
         Validation
         Facility
        Film          ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Elimination
         Project
        Resource      ..............  ...............          -6,000
         Enhancement
         Project
   5DEVELOPMENT TEST         112,679         107,179           -5,500
     AND EVALUATION
        JTCG/ME       ..............  ...............          -3,000
        Threat        ..............  ...............          -2,500
         Systems
------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                TITLE V

                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

                     Defense Working Capital Funds

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,641,507,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,685,886,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,685,886,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,685,886,000. This is equal to the budget estimate.
    The Committee recommended appropriation is distributed as 
follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Working Capital Fund, Army..............................         184,056
Working Capital Fund, Navy..............................          65,385
Working Capital Fund, Air Force.........................          81,089
Working Capital Fund, Defense-Wide......................         180,417
Working Capital Fund, Defense Commissary Agency.........       1,174,939
                                                         ---------------
      Total, Defense Working Capital Funds..............       1,685,886
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     National Defense Sealift Fund

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,066,462,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,269,252,000
Committee recommendation................................     441,936,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $441,936,000. 
This is $827,316,000 below the budget estimate.
    The Committee remains concerned about the status of 
construction of the T-AKE ships. While construction of the 
fiscal year 2000 appropriated ship has recently commenced, the 
Navy reports that the program has slipped an additional 6 
months. The status of the production design is particularly 
concerning as only 2 of the 22 zones necessary for ship 
fabrication are complete. Further, the Committee notes that 
approximately $2,000,000,000 of $2,300,000,000 provided by the 
Congress since fiscal year 2000 for the program remains 
unexpended. As such, the Committee recommends reducing the 
budget request for the T-AKE until sufficient construction 
progress has been made on previously appropriated ships.

                                TITLE VI

               OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS

                         Defense Health Program

Appropriations, 2004.................................... $15,730,013,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................  17,640,411,000
Committee recommendation................................  18,064,811,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$18,064,811,000. This is $424,400,000 above the budget 
estimate.
    The Committee remains concerned by the Department's efforts 
to fund shortfalls in the contractor provided private sector 
care account from direct care funding for military treatment 
facilities [MTFs]. The Committee believes that such actions 
will adversely impact the ability of the MTFs to provide 
quality health care to military beneficiaries. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends that up to $8,953,494,000 may be available 
for contractor provided medical services within TRICARE, and 
directs the Department to follow established prior approval 
reprogramming procedures before transferring funds from the 
direct care account to the private sector care account.
    Third-Party Collections at Military Treatment Facilities.--
The Committee is concerned by the findings of the General 
Accounting Office regarding the collection of third-party 
payments at military treatment facilities as outlined in the 
GAO report 04-322R of February 2004. The Committee directs the 
Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) to make the 
necessary business process improvement to ensure that Military 
Treatment Facilities are collecting all appropriate third-party 
payments. The Committee believes that these collections are 
critical to maximizing health care delivery and preventing the 
further degradation of medical facilities.
    Enhanced Amputee Care.--The advent of body armor and 
substantial improvements in combat casualty care have 
contributed to the lowest ``died of wounds rate'' in recorded 
military warfare. However, the Global War on Terrorism has 
produced a surge in complex combat injuries involving the 
amputation of major limbs. Historically, 3 percent of those 
wounded in action required some amputation. Today that rate has 
jumped to 6 percent in Iraq. The Committee believes military 
amputees deserve the highest level of specialized care, and 
therefore recommends an additional $18,400,000 to ensure 
military amputee patients are returned to the highest level of 
physical function and to active duty if possible. Of the funds 
provided, $7,800,000 will contribute to improved operations at 
the Amputee Center at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The 
Committee recommends $9,000,000 for research into improved 
prosthetic care, limb development and rehabilitation, and 
$1,600,000 of procurement funding is provided for support 
equipment to furnish a new amputee center facility at Walter 
Reed Army Medical Center.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

Operation and Maintenance

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska Federal Health Care Network.....................          +2,500
Amputee Center Operations at Walter Reed Army Medical            +7,800
 Center................................................
Automated Clinical Practice Guidelines.................          +6,500
Brown Tree Snakes......................................          +1,000
Center for Disaster Humanitarian Assistance Medicine             +1,000
 [USUHS]...............................................
Digital Access and Analysis of Historic Records at AFIP         +20,000
Defense and Veterans Head Injury Program...............          +7,000
Graduate School of Nursing.............................          +2,500
Health Study at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant.........          +1,000
Madigan Army Medical Trauma Unit.......................          +2,000
Pacific Island Health Care Referral....................          +5,000
Special Operations Injury Prevention Program...........          +2,200
Tripler Cancer Care....................................         +10,000
Tri-Service Nursing Research Program...................          +6,000
Walter Reed Army Medical Center SRM....................         +10,000
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Cancer Screening and            +11,500
 Diagnostics...........................................
                                                        ----------------
      Total adjustments................................         +96,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Amputee Center Operations at Walter Reed Army Medical 
Center.--The Committee recommends an additional $7,800,000 to 
fund operations at the Walter Reed Amputee Center. These funds 
are in addition to amounts currently budgeted for the Amputee 
Center.
    Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine.--
The Committee recommends $1,000,000 for the Uniformed Services 
University of the Health Sciences [USUHS] Center for Disaster 
and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine [CDHAM]. The Committee 
encourages USUHS to provide funding for the Casualty Care 
Research Center [CCRC] and the Center for the Study of 
Traumatic Stress [CSTS].
    Defense and Veterans Head Injury Program.--The Committee 
recommends an additional $7,000,000 for the Defense and 
Veterans Head Injury Program to support enhanced medical care 
for active duty servicemembers who have sustained brain trauma.
    Walter Reed Army Medical Center.--The Committee recommends 
$10,000,000 for the Walter Reed Army Medical Center to fund 
facilities sustainment, restoration, and modernization 
projects. These funds are in addition to amounts currently 
budgeted for Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Procurement

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Support Equipment for Amputee Center at Walter Reed              +1,600
 Army Medical Center...................................
                                                        ----------------
      Total adjustments................................          +1,600
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Support Equipment for the Walter Reed Amputee Center.--The 
Committee recommends an additional $1,600,000 for support 
equipment to outfit a new Amputee Center facility at Walter 
Reed Army Medical Center. The Committee understands that design 
and construction of the facility will be funded within existing 
resources.

Research, Development, Test and Evaluation

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program...................        +200,000
Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program..................         +50,000
Aircrew Laser Eye Protection [ALEP].....................          +6,500
Alliance for NanoHealth.................................          +1,000
Clinical Coupler Integration............................          +4,000
Gulf War Illnesses......................................          +5,000
Hawaii Federal Health Care Network......................         +25,000
Integrative Healing Practices for Veterans..............          +2,000
Manganese Health Research...............................          +3,000
Military Complementary and Alternative Medicine.........          +3,000
Medical Error Reduction Initiative......................          +1,000
Muscle Research Consortium..............................          +1,000
National Prion Research Program.........................          +2,000
Preventive Medicine Research for Prostate Cancer........          +2,000
Prosthetic Limb Development at Walter Reed Amputee                +9,000
 Center.................................................
Rapid Identification and Treatment for AFSOC Forces.....          +7,500
Telerobotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery at WRAMC.....          +4,800
                                                         ---------------
      Total adjustments.................................        +326,800
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program.--The Committee has 
provided $200,000,000 for a Peer Reviewed Cancer Research 
Program. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense, in 
conjunction with the service Surgeons General, to select cancer 
research projects of clear scientific merit and direct 
relevance to military health. The projects being considered 
should include breast cancer, blood related cancers, ovarian 
cancer, prostate cancer, providence cancer research project, 
and targeted nano-therapeutics for advanced breast and prostate 
cancer. The Secretary should use existing peer review 
procedures for selecting projects for funding in order to 
optimize the resources available for cancer research.
    Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program.--The Committee has 
provided $50,000,000 for a Peer Reviewed Medical Research 
Program. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense, in 
conjunction with the service Surgeons General, to select 
medical research projects of clear scientific merit and direct 
relevance to military health.
    Such projects could include: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; 
alcoholism research; anti-radiation drug development; childhood 
asthma; chronic pain and fatigue research; conjugate vaccines 
to prevent shigellosis; diabetes research; duchenne's disease 
research; epilepsy research; lupus; neurofibromatosis; the 
neurotoxin exposure treatment program; orthopaedic extremity 
trauma; osteoporosis and related bone diseases; Paget's 
Disease; post traumatic stress disorders; social work research; 
tuberous sclerosis complex; Volume Angio CAT [VAC] research; 
and autoimmune diseases such as scleroderma and sjogren's 
syndrome.
    The Committee directs the Department to provide a report by 
March 1, 2005, on the status of these Peer Reviewed Cancer 
Research and Medical Research Programs.
    Clinical Coupler Integration.--The Committee commends the 
Department for beginning the deployment of CHCSII, the 
electronic medical record that will improve the quality of care 
and documentation for servicemembers. The Committee recommends 
$4,000,000 to continue integrating clinical decision support 
tools that use coupling technologies into CHCSII.
    Alcoholism Research.--The Committee remains concerned about 
excessive alcohol consumption among military members. 
Alcoholism is a significant factor in suicide and accidental 
deaths, as well as lost productivity and health problems. 
Research holds the promise of developing more effective 
prevention programs and new and better methods for the 
treatment of alcoholism. For example, the development of 
effective drug therapies for alcoholism requires an improved 
understanding of how alcohol changes brain function to produce 
craving, loss of control, tolerance, and the alcohol withdrawal 
syndrome.

                      ADDITIONAL ITEMS OF INTEREST

    Chiropractic Health Care Benefits Advisory Committee.--The 
Committee encourages the Secretary of Defense to convene a 
chiropractic health care benefits advisory committee to provide 
advice and recommendations regarding the continued development 
and implementation of chiropractic health care benefits for 
active duty military personnel. The committee recommends that 
the advisory committee meet no fewer than three times in each 
fiscal year beginning in fiscal year 2005.
    Health Professions Loan Repayment Program.--The Committee 
strongly encourages the Department to continue to utilize 
programs for loan repayment that are separate from the Health 
Professions Scholarship and the Financial Assistance Programs. 
The Committee understands that dentists, nurses, pharmacists, 
psychologists, and optometrists all indicate that greater 
targeting of funds for loan repayment enhances recruitment and 
retention efforts.
    Integrated Pharmacy Programs.--The Committee is pleased 
with the efforts of the Tripler Army Medical Center [TAMC] and 
the Spark M. Matsunaga VA Medical Center to integrate their 
pharmacy services and directs the Assistant Secretary of 
Defense (Health Affairs), in cooperation with the Department of 
Veterans Affairs, to prepare a report on progress in this 
critical area. The report should include the status of the 
pharmacy data systems bi-directional interface at Tripler Army 
Medical Center and plans to complete the project. In addition, 
the report should also detail efforts to integrate pharmacies 
beyond data systems integration at TAMC/Matsunaga VA. This 
report is to be submitted to the congressional defense 
committees before the presentation of the fiscal year 2006 
budget estimate.
    Nurse Officers-to-Nurse Faculty.--The Committee recognizes 
that the current nursing shortage is having an effect on the 
quality and efficacy of the entire health care system. The 
Committee encourages the creation of a Nurse Officers-to-
Educators Program, modeled after the successful Troops-to-
Teachers Program at the Department of Defense, to place 
qualified nurse military veterans into educator positions in 
accredited schools of nursing.
    Post-Doctoral Education.--The Committee continues to be 
supportive of postdoctoral training in health psychology and 
notes the successes and merits of the progress being made at 
Tripler Army Medical Center. The Department of Defense is 
encouraged to consolidate postdoctoral training efforts for 
psychologists in those military medical centers where 
independent departments of psychology exist and to lengthen it 
to a 2-year program, where appropriate.
    Graduate Professional Education.--The Committee continues 
its strong support of equitable distribution of Department of 
Defense funds for graduate professional education to all health 
professions, including nursing.
    Nurse Accession Bonus.--The Committee remains concerned 
that despite the nursing shortage, the Department has yet to 
increase accession bonuses for nurses in the services, which 
currently is the lowest of any of the health professions at 
$5,000. In order to attract the best and the brightest, this 
amount must be increased, and the Committee urges the 
Department to remedy this inequity.
    Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.--The Committee 
reiterates its strong support of the current scope of practice 
of military Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists [CRNAs] to 
practice as licensed independent providers of anesthesia care.
    Pediatric Emergency Medical Services.--The Committee 
expresses its strong support for pediatric-specific EMS 
training and equipment related to hospital preparedness. The 
Committee urges the Secretary of Defense to ensure that 
Military Treatment Facilities maintain these initiatives in 
recognition of the unique emergency medical needs of children.
    Behavioral Research in the Military Service Laboratories.--
The Committee recognizes that psychological scientists address 
a broad range of important issues and problems vital to our 
national security through the military research laboratories. 
Given the increasingly complex demands on our military 
personnel, psychological research on leadership, decision-
making under stress, cognitive readiness, training, and human-
technology interactions have become even more mission-critical. 
The Committee strongly encourages the service laboratories to 
reverse cuts made to their behavioral research programs.
    Tobacco Use Cessation.--Tobacco use cost the Defense 
Department hundreds of millions of dollars every year in 
medical cost and lost productivity. While the Department has 
established ambitious goals to decrease the use of tobacco 
products, it has not aggressively pursued suggested pilot 
programs and not yet incorporated smoking cessation in TRICARE 
Prime benefits even though such preventative care saves money. 
The Committee urges the Department to expedite availability of 
tobacco use prevention and cessation programs to all personnel.

            Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army

Appropriations, 2004....................................  $1,500,261,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................   1,371,990,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,373,990,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,373,990,000. This is $2,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Committee   Change from
Line              Item             2005 budget   recommen-      budget
                                     estimate      dation      estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 Operation and maintenance     1,138,801    1,088,801      -50,000
         Unobligated balances    ...........  ...........      -50,000
          and carryover
   2 Procurement                      78,980       78,980  ...........
   3 Research, development,          154,209      206,209      +52,000
      test and evaluation
         ACWA, Pueblo, Colorado  ...........  ...........      +50,000
         Chemical Agent          ...........  ...........       +2,000
          Detectors for
          Bluegrass
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The budget request included $1,371,990,000 for the Chemical 
Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army appropriation. This is a 
decrease of $128,271,000 below the fiscal year 2004 
appropriated level.
    The Department of Defense elected to reduce overall funding 
for the chemical demilitarization program despite the increased 
activities associated with the commencement of GB agent 
operations at Pine Bluff Chemical Agent Disposal Facility and 
Umatilla Chemical Agent Disposal Facility later this year. In 
addition to the additional activities planned for the Chemical 
Stockpile Disposal Project [CSDP], contractor labor costs at 
CDSP sites increase by $534,000,000. To finance partially the 
CSDP cost growth the Office of the Secretary of Defense reduced 
by $147,000,000 planned fiscal year 2005 funding for Assembled 
Chemical Weapons Alternatives [ACWA] program activities at the 
Pueblo Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant. The decision to 
reduce the funding requested for ACWA was made despite the fact 
that in 2002 the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, 
Technology and Logistics directed the Army and ACWA to 
accelerate destruction of the chemical weapons stockpile at 
Pueblo. Estimated carryover for the Chemical Agents and 
Munitions Destruction, Army appropriation from fiscal year 2004 
to 2005 should exceed $140,000,000. The Committee recommends a 
decrease of $50,000,000 for operation and maintenance 
carryover.
    The ACWA program remains a priority of the Committee. 
During fiscal year 2005 the Department is expected to complete 
the design and earliest stage of construction at Pueblo. To 
restore this facility to its original schedule, the Committee 
recommends additional funding of $50,000,000 under research and 
development for Pueblo, Colorado.

         Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $835,616,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     852,697,000
Committee recommendation................................     908,797,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $908,797,000. 
This is $56,100,000 above the budget estimate.

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                          Item                            recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska National Guard Counterdrug Program..............           +3,000
Hawaii National Guard Counterdrug Program..............           +3,000
Appalachia High Intensity Trafficking Area.............           +1,500
West Virginia National Guard Counterdrug Program.......           +3,000
Kentucky National Guard Counterdrug and HIDTA Program..           +3,600
Nevada National Guard CD RAID Program..................           +3,000
New Mexico National Guard Counterdrug Program..........           +2,000
Regional Counterdrug Training Academy, Mississippi.....           +3,000
Northeast Regional Counterdrug Training Center.........           +4,000
Midwest Regional Counterdrug Training Center...........           +5,000
National Guard Counterdrug Support.....................          +25,000
                                                        ----------------
      TOTAL............................................          +56,100
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Office of the Inspector General

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $162,449,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     244,562,000
Committee recommendation................................     244,562,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $244,562,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                               TITLE VII

                            RELATED AGENCIES

   Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $226,400,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     239,400,000
Committee recommendation................................     239,400,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $239,400,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

               Intelligence Community Management Account

Appropriations, 2004....................................    $175,113,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................     304,355,000
Committee recommendation................................     319,355,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $319,355,000. 
This is $15,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                 National Security Education Trust Fund

Appropriations, 2004....................................      $8,000,000
Budget estimate, 2005...................................       8,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,000,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.
    The Committee has reviewed the Department of Defense report 
(required by Senate Report 108-87) on the long term solvency of 
the National Security Education Trust Fund, and remains very 
concerned about the National Security Education Program's 
[NSEP] funding status.
    The Committee agrees with the report's conclusion that the 
Trust Fund will be depleted after fiscal year 2005, and that 
NSEP should be funded with a direct appropriation from the 
general fund starting in fiscal year 2006. It is appropriate 
for NSEP to be funded under the National Defense University 
line in the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide account.
    The Committee directs the Department of Defense to request 
a direct appropriation from the general fund for NSEP with the 
fiscal year 2006 budget estimate, and to submit any required 
legislative language dissolving the Trust Fund.
    Finally, the Committee is aware of the Department's 
language training transformation initiatives, and directs the 
Department to develop a comprehensive strategic plan for these 
efforts. This plan should include a detailed analysis of NSEP's 
role in any such transformation, including the congressionally 
authorized National Flagship Language Initiative, and should 
set forth the full budgetary requirements for the Department's 
language transformation efforts in the out-years. Further, the 
Committee directs the Department to report on this plan in 
writing to the congressional defense committees before 
presentation of the fiscal year 2006 budget estimate.

                               TITLE VIII

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The following lists general provisions proposed by the 
Committee. The Committee recommends inclusion of several 
proposals which have been incorporated in previous 
appropriations acts, provisions requested for inclusion by the 
Defense Department, and new provisions. The Committee 
recommendations are as follows:
    Sec. 8001. Publicity/Propaganda Limitation.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8002. Compensation/Employment of Foreign Nationals.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8003. Obligation Rate of Appropriations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8004. Obligations in Last 2 Months of Fiscal Year.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8005. Transfers.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8006. Working Capital Fund Cash Disbursements.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8007. Special Access Programs Notification.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8008. Multiyear Procurement Authority.--The Committee 
includes multiyear contract authority for programs as noted in 
the section.
    Sec. 8009. Humanitarian and Civic Assistance.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8010. Civilian Personnel Ceilings.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8011. Overseas Installation Notification.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8012. Lobbying.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8013. Educational Benefits and Bonuses.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8014. Organizational Analysis/Contracting Out.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8015. Mentor-Protege Program.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8016. Anchor Chains.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8017. CHAMPUS/TRICARE Mental Health Benefits.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8018. Residual Value Negotiations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8019. Demilitarization of Surplus Firearms.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8020. Relocations Into the NCR.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8021. Indian Financing Act Incentives.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8022. A-76 Studies.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8023. American Forces Information Service.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8024. Wage Rate--Civilian Health.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8025. Funding for Grants.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8026. Native Allotments.--Includes a new provision 
regarding native allotments.
    Sec. 8027. Burden Sharing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8028. Civil Air Patrol.--Retains and modifies a 
provision for the Civil Air Patrol.
    Sec. 8029. Federally Funded Research and Development 
Centers.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8030. Carbon, Alloy, or Armor Steel Plate.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8031. Congressional Defense Committees Definition.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8032. Depot Maintenance Competition.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8033. Reciprocal Trade Agreements.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8034. Energy Cost Savings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8035. Non-Excess Property Leases.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8036. Army Corps of Engineers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8037. Young Marines Program.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8038. Overseas Military Facility Investment.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8039. Walking Shield.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8040. Investment Item Unit Cost.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8041. Defense Working Capital Fund/Investment Item.--
Retains a provision made in previous years.
    Sec. 8042. CIA Availability of Funds.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8043. GDIP Information System.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8044. Indian Tribes Environmental Impact.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8045. Compliance With the Buy America Act.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8046. Competition for Consultants and Studies 
Programs.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8047. Field Operating Agencies.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8048. T-AGOS Transfer.--Includes a new provision 
regarding the transfer of T-AGOS vessels.
    Sec. 8049. Rescissions.--The Committee recommends a general 
provision rescinding funds from prior years as displayed below:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
2002 Appropriations:
    Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy: Cruiser               $20,444,000
     Conversion.........................................
2004 Appropriations:
    Weapons Procurement, Navy: Cruiser Modernization....      15,157,000
    Other Procurement, Navy: Cruiser Modernization......      54,338,000
    Procurement, Defense-Wide: ASDS.....................      23,571,000
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army:         25,000,000
     MEADS..............................................
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-
     Wide:
        Computing and Communications Technology-Language       6,800,000
         Translation....................................
        Operational Systems Development--Management            3,300,000
         Headquarters...................................
                                                         ---------------
          Total rescissions.............................     148,610,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Sec. 8050. Civilian Technicians Reductions.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8051. Prohibition on Assistance to North Korea.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8052. National Guard/Duty Compensation.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8053. Reimbursement for Reserve Component Intelligence 
Personnel.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8054. Civilian Medical Personnel Reductions.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8055. Pentagon Renovation Costs.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8056. Environmental Contracting.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8057. Counter-Drug Activities Transfer.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8058. Energy and Water Efficiency.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8059. Ball and Roller Bearings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8060. American Samoa Transfer.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8061. Buy American Computers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8062. Savings Reductions.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8063. Local Hire in Noncontiguous States.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8064. Transfer to Other Agencies.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8065. Restrictions on Transfer of Equipment and 
Supplies.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8066. Export Loan Guarantee Program.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8067. Contractor Bonuses Due to Business 
Restructuring.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8068. Restriction of Funds for Diplomatic 
Facilities.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8069. Reserve Peacetime Support to Active Duty and 
Civilian Activities.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8070. Expired Obligations and Unexpended Balances.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8071. Facilities Maintenance and Repair.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8072. National Guard Distance Learning.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8073. Heating Plants in Europe.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8074. End-Item Procurement.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8075. Sale of F-22 to Foreign Nations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8076. Buy American Waivers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8077. Training of Security Forces of a Foreign 
Country.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8078. Surplus Dental Equipment.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8079. T-AKE.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8080. RPM Family Housing.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8081. ACTD Project.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8082. Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8083. Transportation Working Capital Fund 
Reductions.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8084. Information Technology Systems.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8085. Support to Other Government Agencies.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8086. Armor Piercing Ammo.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8087. Leasing Authority for National Guard Bureau.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8088. Alcoholic Beverages.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8089. PMRF Infrastructure.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8090. GPS.--Retains a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8091. O&M;, R&D; Defense-Wide Transfers.--Retains and 
modifies a provision facilitating the transfer of funds.
    Sec. 8092. Disbursements.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8093. Littoral Combat Ship.--Includes a new provision 
restricting the use of funds for the Littoral Combat Ship.
    Sec. 8094. Advisory and Assistance Services.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8095. Arrow.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in years.
    Sec. 8096. Coast Guard Aircraft.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8097. Prior Year Shipbuilding.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8098. Assignment of Forces.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8099. Special Pay.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8100. Intelligence Authorization.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8101. Local School Funding/Special Needs Funding.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8102. New Start Authority.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8103. Working Capital Fund Cash Balance Reductions.--
Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8104. Stryker Brigades.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8105. B-52's.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8106. Elmendorf Air Force Base.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8107. Army Tooele Depot.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8108. OCOTF Report.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8109. Ship Cost Adjustment.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8110. OCOTF Budget Justification.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years
    Sec. 8111. Nuclear Armed Interceptors.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8112. Buy America Seafood Waiver.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8113. Counter-Terrorism Fellowship Program.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8114. 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8115. Terrorism Information Awareness Program.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8116. Travel Reduction.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8117. Contingent Emergency.--Includes a provision that 
designates certain amounts provided as a contingent emergency 
requirement.
    Sec. 8118. Naval Magazine Lualualei.--Includes a new 
provision relating to drainage and flood control.
    Sec. 8119. EHIME MARU.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8120. Naval Military Academy High School.--Includes a 
new provision relating to the Naval Military Academy High 
School.

                                TITLE IX

                   CONTINGENT EMERGENCY RESERVE FUND

                           Iraq Freedom Fund

Budget estimate, 2005................................... $25,000,000,000
Committee recommendation................................  25,000,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$25,000,000,000. 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]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2005 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military personnel...........................................  ...............          504,600         +504,600
Operation and maintenance....................................  ...............       17,595,400      +17,595,400
Procurement..................................................  ...............        2,304,000       +2,304,000
Defense Health Program.......................................  ...............          746,000         +746,000
Classified programs..........................................  ...............        1,250,000       +1,250,000
Iraqi Captured Enemy Ammunition..............................  ...............          100,000         +100,000
Iraq Freedom Fund............................................       25,000,000        2,500,000      -22,500,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, Title IX........................................       25,000,000       25,000,000  ...............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                OVERVIEW

    On May 12, 2004 the President submitted a budget amendment 
for the Department of Defense, requesting $25,000,000,000 in 
the Iraq Freedom Fund as a contingent emergency reserve. The 
Department of Defense developed this recommendation following 
discussions with our commanders in Iraq and Afghanistan. 
Developments on the ground and uncertainty when Congress would 
be in session to consider a fiscal year 2005 supplemental 
indicated that the availability of a reserve fund may be 
necessary to ensure there is no disruption in funding and 
resources for our armed forces.
    This contingent emergency reserve fund would be available 
only after a subsequent request by the President that 
designates all or some of the funds as an emergency and 
essential to operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. The cost of 
continued operations of the next year cannot be estimated with 
precision at this time. The contingent emergency reserve fund 
would be accessed should there be a need for additional 
resources. The Committee understands that the Administration 
plans to submit a full supplemental request in early 2005 when 
the Department of Defense will have better information on 
required resources. Until then, the contingent emergency 
reserve fund ensures that our troops will have the necessary 
resources when they need them. Funds spent from the reserve 
would reduce the cost of a full fiscal year 2005 supplemental 
request.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee fully supports the President's request for a 
$25,000,000,000 contingent emergency reserve fund, and commends 
the Administration for submitting this request. Some level of 
contingency operations funding is clearly required early in 
fiscal year 2005, to avoid absorbing the incremental costs of 
increased military operations by disrupting base programs and 
forcing the cancellation or deferral of planned operational 
activities.
    The Committee recommends providing $25,000,000,000, 
available upon enactment, as a contingent emergency reserve in 
the Iraq Freedom Fund [IFF]. The Iraq Freedom Fund, a transfer 
account created by the Congress in the Emergency Wartime 
Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2003 (Public Law 108-11) 
provides necessary financial flexibility and ensures proper 
congressional oversight. By initially providing resources in 
the IFF, instead of providing resources in established 
appropriation accounts, the Committee seeks to be consistent 
with the Administration's request for a contingent emergency 
reserve fund that would be used only as needed.
    After a budget request and required emergency designation 
by the President, the Committee recommendation would, by 
directed transfer from the IFF, provide $22,500,000,000 to 
established appropriation accounts.
    The Committee has maintained a statutory requirements for 
5-day advance Congressional notification to Congress before 
making any transfer from the IFF, and a quarterly reporting 
requirement on the use of funds.

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    The Committee recommends $504,600,000 for the military 
personnel accounts. Of this amount, the Committee recommends 
$126,600,000 for the purpose of increasing Family Separation 
Allowance from $100 to $250 per month and Imminent Danger Pay 
from $150 to $225 per month. In addition, the Committee 
recommends $378,000,000 to support increased Army end strength 
as provided in S. 2400, National Defense Authorization Act for 
Fiscal Year 2005. Further, the Committee provides $227,000,000 
within this title to support operation and maintenance costs 
associated with increased Army end strength.
    The following table provides details of the recommendation 
for the military personnel accounts:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel, Army:
    End strength increase...............................         378,000
    Family Separation Allowance increase................          32,800
    Imminent Danger Pay increase........................           4,900
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         415,700
                                                         ===============
Military Personnel, Navy:
    Family Separation Allowance increase................          27,000
    Imminent Danger Pay increase........................             700
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          27,700
                                                         ===============
Military Personnel, Marine Corps:
    Family Separation Allowance increase................          13,800
    Imminent Danger Pay increase........................           2,400
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          16,200
                                                         ===============
Military Personnel, Air Force:
    Family Separation Allowance increase................          28,500
    Imminent Danger Pay increase........................          16,500
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................          45,000
                                                         ===============
      Total, Military personnel.........................         504,600
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    The Committee recommends $17,595,400,000 for the operation 
and maintenance accounts. Of the total funding in Title IX, the 
Committee has provided almost three-quarters of the funding in 
the various operation and maintenance accounts, as these are 
the accounts most under strain when financing contingency 
military operations.
    These funds are available to fund military operations by 
the services and Special Operations Forces to include financing 
flying hours, ship steaming days, ground operations, special 
airlift missions, increased ship and aircraft maintenance, 
logistics support, fuel purchases, base support, civilian 
personnel, personnel support costs, overseas transportation, 
communications support, facility management and other operation 
and maintenance requirements.
    The following table provides details of the recommendation 
for the operation and maintenance accounts:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation & Maintenance, Army:
    Incremental wartime operating costs.................      13,033,100
    Rapid Fielding Initiative (RFI).....................         390,300
    Interceptor Body Armor..............................         295,000
    End strength increase...............................         227,000
    Upper body deltoid protection.......................          39,600
    Family Readiness Program............................          15,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................      14,000,000
                                                         ===============
Operation & Maintenance, Navy:
    Incremental wartime operating costs.................         500,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         500,000
                                                         ===============
Operation & Maintenance, Marine Corps:
    Incremental wartime operating costs.................       2,100,000
    Interceptor Body Armor..............................         100,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................       2,200,000
                                                         ===============
Operation & Maintenance, Air Force:
    Incremental wartime operating costs.................         200,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         200,000
                                                         ===============
Operation & Maintenance, Defense-Wide:
    Military operations costs...........................         150,000
    Combat support activities for DLA, DTRA, and DISA...         545,400
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         695,400
                                                         ===============
      Total, Operation & maintenance....................      17,595,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Reservists Pay Security Act of 2004.--The Committee 
recognizes that S. 2400, National Defense Authorization Act for 
Fiscal Year 2005, includes the Reservists Pay Security Act of 
2004. This provides for a nonreduction in pay while a Federal 
employee is mobilized to perform active service as a member of 
the National Guard or Reserve. Should this provision be adopted 
in the conference on the defense authorization bill, the 
Committee directs the Department of Defense to absorb the costs 
of this new civilian personnel benefit from within funds 
provided.

                              PROCUREMENT

    The Committee recommends $2,304,000,000 for the procurement 
accounts. Of this amount, the Committee recommends 
$1,750,000,000 to fund the Army's most urgently required 
procurement needs, including improving force protection, 
accelerating Army modularity, and procuring essential equipment 
and munitions. In addition, the Committee recommends 
$554,000,000 to fund the Marine Corps' most urgently required 
procurement needs, including improving force protection, and 
procuring essential equipment and munitions.
    The following table provides details of the recommendation 
for the procurement accounts:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                              Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles,
 Army:
    Rapid Fielding Initiative...........................         150,000
    WTCV, Modularity....................................         125,000
    XM-8 Assault Weapon, Modularity.....................          13,000
    Weapons, Modularity.................................          25,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         313,000
                                                         ===============
Procurement of Ammunition, Army:
    Small arms ammunition expended......................         150,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         150,000
                                                         ===============
Other Procurement, Army:
    Rapid Response Force Protection Initiative..........         865,000
    Joint Network Nodes.................................         247,000
    Rapid Fielding Initiative [RFI].....................         122,000
    EOD Robots..........................................          25,000
    REF Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Initiative....          25,000
    Predator SATCOM upgrades............................           3,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................       1,287,000
                                                         ===============
      Subtotal, Army procurement........................       1,750,000
                                                         ===============
Aircraft Procurement, Navy:
    CH-53 T64 engine government reliability improvement.          40,000
    Aircraft Survivability Equipment....................          34,000
    EA-6B readiness and sustainment.....................          25,000
    CH-46 engine reliability improvement program (ERIP).           5,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         104,000
                                                         ===============
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy & Marine Corps:
    Ammunition expended.................................         109,000
    Flares, aircraft survivability......................          11,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         120,000
                                                         ===============
Procurement, Marine Corps:
    Vehicle hardening...................................         240,000
    Unfunded requirements...............................          90,000
                                                         ---------------
      Subtotal..........................................         330,000
                                                         ===============
      Subtotal, Marine Corps procurement................         554,000
                                                         ===============
      Total, Procurement................................       2,304,000
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    Rapid Response Force Protection Initiative.--The Committee 
notes with great interest the recent increase in spending for 
Up Armored High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicles [UAHs]. 
The Committee also believes that an increased buy of UAHs is 
not the only solution to increased protection for our deployed 
soldiers in the field. In the interest of expanding force 
protection options at the disposal of theater commanders, the 
Committee strongly encourages the Army to explore increased 
flexibility with regard to force protection. For example, 
individual situations may warrant different responses in the 
way of armored protection for deployed soldiers. Additional 
convoy protection may be best served by not only one single 
variant of armored vehicle, but by a combination of both heavy 
and light vehicles. These vehicles may include UAHs, armored 
personnel carriers (M-113A2/3) with armor kits, bolt-on armor 
kits, applied up-armoring systems, armored cabs, or armored 
security vehicles [ASV]. Therefore, the Committee recommends an 
additional $865,000,000 to be used by the Army for the purpose 
of rapid response to force protection. It is the intent of the 
Committee that this appropriation shall be used to purchase and 
modify such vehicles as are needed to respond rapidly and 
dynamically to the threat presented due to IEDs and mortar 
attacks currently experienced by deployed U.S. forces. Such 
procurements shall include UAHs, armor bolt-on kits for M-
113A2/3 armored personnel carriers, bolt-on armor kits, applied 
up-armoring systems, armored cabs, or armored security 
vehicles. The Secretary of the Army shall provide a report to 
the congressional defense committees detailing all expenditures 
made using these funds.

                         DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM

    The Committee recommends $746,000,000 for the Defense 
Health Program. These funds are for incremental wartime 
operating expenses in the military medical system, including 
additional health care costs that result from mobilizing 
members of the reserve components. Also, the recommendation 
provides funds for 5 months of enhanced TRICARE benefits for 
members of the National Guard and Reserve as included in S. 
2400, National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2005. 
These enhanced benefits include the extension of pre-deployment 
and post-deployment eligibility for TRICARE, and the enrollment 
of non-active duty status reservists into TRICARE on a cost 
sharing basis.

                          CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS

    The Committee recommends $1,250,000,000 for classified 
programs, described in further detail in the classified annex.

                    IRAQI CAPTURED ENEMY AMMUNITION

    The Committee recommends $100,000,000 for the purpose of 
securing and destroying conventional munitions in Iraq.
    As of June 11, 2004, approximately 340,000 tons of enemy 
ammunition have been discovered in Iraq and Coalition Forces 
are discovering additional weapons caches on almost a daily 
basis. Currently, captured ammunition is stored at 58 sites 
throughout the country. Of these sites, there are 15 secured 
sites and 43 partially secured sites. The Committee is 
extremely concerned about reports that weapons, ammunition and 
explosives at many of the partially secured sites are easily 
accessible to enemy combatants that have the means to load and 
transport them. To address this serious issue, the Committee 
provides $100,000,000 to consolidate, secure, demilitarize and 
account for Captured Enemy Ammunition [CEA] in Iraq. The 
Department of Defense should consult with the Iraqi Interim 
Government to ensure that this initiative is fully coordinated 
between the two countries. In addition, the Committee directs 
the Director of the Office of Management in Budget [OMB] to 
conduct an inter-agency review to assess and establish the best 
approaches and identify innovative technology solutions for 
accomplishing the goal of securing and demilitarizing CEA in 
Iraq. This review is to be conducted in consultation with the 
Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff and other Executive Branch 
Agencies. Further, the Committee directs OMB to report the 
findings of this review to the congressional defense committees 
no later than November 15, 2004.

                           FUNDING SHORTFALLS

    The Committee understands the tremendous financial burden 
the Global War on Terrorism has placed upon the Department and 
recommends that of the funds provided in Title IX up to 
$740,000,000 may be used for the Defense Working Capital Funds 
to address increased fuel costs, up to $100,000,000 may be used 
to purchase equipment for the National Guard and Reserve, and 
up to $100,000,000 may be used for United States Coast Guard 
operations in support of the Department of Defense in Iraq and 
Afghanistan.

                         REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

    The Committee is disappointed by the responsiveness of the 
Defense Department in reports required under Public Law 108-11, 
Public Law 108-106, and Public Law 108-87. While recent 
reporting has been better, on balance, the reports lack details 
and arrive significantly later than required. Many are still 
outstanding. Reports such as the quarterly reports for the Iraq 
Freedom Fund and quarterly reports for the Commanders Emergency 
Response Fund have lacked sufficient detail for the Committees' 
oversight responsibilities.
    Therefore, the Committee directs the Department to include 
meaningful detail beyond the appropriation account and sub-
activity group to describe the purposes and specific use of 
funding in all reports submitted to the Committee. The 
Committee expects that these reports will be completed and 
delivered to the Committee by the proposed due dates and the 
reports will detail the projects, operations, equipment, 
personnel, and benefits funded through these accounts.

                      General Provisions, Title IX

    Sec. 9001. Funds for Support of Coalition Forces.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 9002. Funds for Assistance to Iraqi and Afghan 
Armies.--Modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 9003. Commander's Emergency Response Program.--Retains 
a provision that provides authority for the CERP.
    Sec. 9004. Afghan Freedom Support Act.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 9005. New Starts.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.

  COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7, RULE XVI, OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Paragraph 7 of rule XVI requires that Committee reports on 
general appropriations bills identify each Committee amendment 
to the House bill ``which proposes an item of appropriation 
which is not made to carry out the provisions of an existing 
law, a treaty stipulation, or an act or resolution previously 
passed by the Senate during that session.''
    At the point when the Committee reports this measure, the 
Congress has not completed action on the Fiscal Year 2005 
Defense Authorization Act. As a consequence, the Committee has 
acted in good faith in its attempt to comply fully with 
requirements stipulated under paragraph 7, rule XVI.
    The Committee anticipates that Congress will authorize the 
amounts appropriated in this act.

COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7(C), RULE XXVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, on June 22, 2004, 
the Committee ordered reported S. 2559, an original bill making 
appropriations for the Department of Defense for the fiscal 
year ending September 30, 2005, subject to amendment, by a 
unanimous voice vote, a quorum being present.

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

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

  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL
                                                                        YEAR 2005
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                         Senate Committee recommendation
                                                                                                                              compared with (+ or -)
                                Item                                        2004       Budget estimate     Committee    --------------------------------
                                                                       appropriation                     recommendation        2004           Budget
                                                                                                                          appropriation      estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                               TITLE I                         MILITARY PERSONNELMilitary Personnel, Army............................................      28,247,667       29,723,472       29,457,797       +1,210,130         -265,675
Military Personnel, Navy............................................      23,217,298       24,459,957       24,330,171       +1,112,873         -129,786
Military Personnel, Marine Corps....................................       8,971,897        9,595,902        9,567,768         +595,871          -28,134
Military Personnel, Air Force.......................................      22,910,868       24,510,811       24,165,011       +1,254,143         -345,800
Reserve Personnel, Army.............................................       3,568,725        3,733,590        3,675,390         +106,665          -58,200
Reserve Personnel, Navy.............................................       2,002,727        2,171,632        2,132,432         +129,705          -39,200
Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps.....................................         571,444          654,973          624,973          +53,529          -30,000
Reserve Personnel, Air Force........................................       1,288,088        1,464,050        1,458,650         +170,562           -5,400
National Guard Personnel, Army......................................       5,500,369        5,950,729        5,913,329         +412,960          -37,400
National Guard Personnel, Air Force.................................       2,174,598        2,546,442        2,543,892         +369,294           -2,550
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      Total, title I, Military Personnel............................      98,453,681      104,811,558      103,869,413       +5,415,732         -942,145
                                                                     ===================================================================================
                              TITLE II                      OPERATION AND MAINTENANCEOperation and Maintenance, Army \1\.................................      25,029,346       26,133,411       25,705,109         +675,763         -428,302
Operation and Maintenance, Navy.....................................      28,146,658       29,789,190       29,591,679       +1,445,021         -197,511
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps.............................       3,440,323        3,632,115        3,617,473         +177,150          -14,642
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force................................      26,904,731       28,471,260       28,282,160       +1,377,429         -189,100
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide.............................      16,226,841       17,494,076       17,552,314       +1,325,473          +58,238
Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve.............................       1,998,609        2,008,128        1,979,038          -19,571          -29,090
Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve.............................       1,172,921        1,240,038        1,244,838          +71,917           +4,800
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve.....................         173,952          188,696          188,696          +14,744   ..............
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve........................       2,179,388        2,239,790        2,200,790          +21,402          -39,000
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard \1\..................       4,340,581        4,440,686        4,372,436          +31,855          -68,250
Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard.......................       4,431,216        4,422,838        4,454,238          +23,022          +31,400
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund.......................           5,000           30,000           30,000          +25,000   ..............
United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.................          10,333           10,825           10,825             +492   ..............
Environmental Restoration, Army.....................................         396,018          400,948          566,948         +170,930         +166,000
Environmental Restoration, Navy.....................................         256,153          266,820          447,820         +191,667         +181,000
Environmental Restoration, Air Force................................         384,307          397,368          397,368          +13,061   ..............
Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide.............................          24,081           23,684           23,684             -397   ..............
Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites..............         284,619          216,516          276,516           -8,103          +60,000
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid......................          59,000           59,000           59,000   ...............  ..............
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction................................         450,800          409,200          409,200          -41,600   ..............
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      Total, title II, Operation and maintenance....................     115,914,877      121,874,589      121,410,132       +5,495,255         -464,457
                                                                     ===================================================================================
                              TITLE III                             PROCUREMENTAircraft Procurement, Army \1\......................................       2,154,035        2,658,241        2,653,241         +499,206           -5,000
Missile Procurement, Army \1\.......................................       1,505,462        1,398,321        1,378,321         -127,141          -20,000
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army............       1,857,054        1,639,695        1,698,695         -158,359          +59,000
Procurement of Ammunition, Army \1\.................................       1,387,759        1,556,902        1,606,502         +218,743          +49,600
Other Procurement, Army \1\.........................................       4,774,452        4,240,896        4,685,846          -88,606         +444,950
Aircraft Procurement, Navy..........................................       9,110,848        8,767,867        8,899,367         -211,481         +131,500
Weapons Procurement, Navy...........................................       2,095,784        2,101,529        2,222,620         +126,836         +121,091
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps....................         934,905          858,640          881,140          -53,765          +22,500
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy...................................      11,467,623        9,962,027       10,171,643       -1,295,980         +209,616
Other Procurement, Navy.............................................       4,941,098        4,834,278        4,797,025         -144,073          -37,253
Procurement, Marine Corps...........................................       1,165,727        1,190,103        1,266,803         +101,076          +76,700
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.....................................      12,086,201       13,163,174       13,547,524       +1,461,323         +384,350
Missile Procurement, Air Force......................................       4,165,633        4,718,313        4,609,213         +443,580         -109,100
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force................................       1,262,725        1,396,457        1,353,859          +91,134          -42,598
Other Procurement, Air Force........................................      11,558,799       13,283,557       13,284,897       +1,726,098           +1,340
Procurement, Defense-Wide...........................................       3,709,926        2,883,302        2,867,303         -842,623          -15,999
National Guard and Reserve Equipment................................         400,000   ...............         500,000         +100,000         +500,000
Defense Production Act Purchases....................................          78,016            9,015           42,515          -35,501          +33,500
                                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title III, Procurement.................................      74,656,047       74,662,317       76,466,514       +1,810,467       +1,804,197
                                                                     ===================================================================================
                              TITLE IV             RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATIONResearch, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army \1\................      10,363,941        9,266,258       10,308,804          -55,137       +1,042,546
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy....................      15,146,383       16,346,391       16,748,035       +1,601,652         +401,644
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force...............      20,500,984       21,114,667       21,002,308         +501,324         -112,359
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide............      18,900,715       20,739,837       20,404,563       +1,503,848         -335,274
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense............................         305,861          305,135          305,135             -726   ..............
                                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title IV, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation...      65,217,884       67,772,288       68,768,845       +3,550,961         +996,557
                                                                     ===================================================================================
                               TITLE V                   REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDSDefense Working Capital Funds:
    Working Capital Fund, Army......................................         219,300          184,056          184,056          -35,244   ..............
    Working Capital Fund, Navy......................................         130,446           65,385           65,385          -65,061   ..............
    Working Capital Fund, Air Force.................................  ...............          81,089           81,089          +81,089   ..............
    Working Capital Fund, Defense-Wide..............................         202,515          180,417          180,417          -22,098   ..............
    Working Capital Fund, Defense Commissary Agency.................       1,089,246        1,174,939        1,174,939          +85,693   ..............
                                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Defense Working Capital Funds..........................       1,641,507        1,685,886        1,685,886          +44,379   ..............National Defense Sealift Fund: Ready Reserve Force..................       1,066,462        1,269,252          441,936         -624,526         -827,316
                                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title V, Revolving and Management Funds................       2,707,969        2,955,138        2,127,822         -580,147         -827,316
                                                                     ===================================================================================
                              TITLE VI                OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMSDefense Health Program:
    Operation and maintenance.......................................      14,914,816       17,203,369       17,299,369       +2,384,553          +96,000
    Procurement.....................................................         328,826          364,635          366,235          +37,409           +1,600
    Research, development, test and evaluation......................         486,371           72,407          399,207          -87,164         +326,800
                                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Defense Health Program.................................      15,730,013       17,640,411       18,064,811       +2,334,798         +424,400Chemical Agents & Munitions Destruction, Army:
    Operation and maintenance.......................................       1,169,168        1,138,801        1,088,801          -80,367          -50,000
    Procurement.....................................................          79,212           78,980           78,980             -232   ..............
    Research, development, test and evaluation......................         251,881          154,209          206,209          -45,672          +52,000
                                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Chemical Agents \2\....................................       1,500,261        1,371,990        1,373,990         -126,271           +2,000Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense..............         835,616          852,697          908,797          +73,181          +56,100Office of the Inspector General:
    Operation and maintenance.......................................         160,049          242,362          242,362          +82,313   ..............
    Procurement.....................................................           2,100            2,100            2,100   ...............  ..............
    Research, development, test and evaluation......................             300              100              100             -200   ..............
                                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Office of the Inspector General........................         162,449          244,562          244,562          +82,113   ..............
                                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title VI, Other Department of Defense Programs.........      18,228,339       20,109,660       20,592,160       +2,363,821         +482,500
                                                                     ===================================================================================
                              TITLE VII                          RELATED AGENCIESCentral Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund...         226,400          239,400          239,400          +13,000   ..............
Intelligence Community Management Account...........................         175,113          304,355          319,355         +144,242          +15,000
    Transfer to Department of Justice...............................         (44,300)         (34,911)         (34,911)         (-9,389)  ..............
Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation, and                     18,430   ...............  ...............         -18,430   ..............
 Environmental Restoration Fund.....................................
National Security Education Trust Fund..............................           8,000            8,000            8,000   ...............  ..............
                                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title VII, Related agencies............................         427,943          551,755          566,755         +138,812          +15,000
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                             TITLE VIII                         GENERAL PROVISIONSGeneral transfer authority (Sec. 8005)..............................      (2,100,000)      (4,000,000)      (4,000,000)     (+1,900,000)  ..............
Indian Financing Act incentives (Sec. 8021).........................           8,000   ...............           8,000   ...............          +8,000
Various grants (Sec. 8025)..........................................  ...............  ...............          33,000          +33,000          +33,000
Oliktok point acquisition (Sec. 8026)...............................  ...............  ...............           2,500           +2,500           +2,500
FFRDCs (Sec. 8029)..................................................         -74,200   ...............         -74,200   ...............         -74,200
Disposal & lease of DOD real property (Sec. 8035)...................          31,000           25,000           25,000           -6,000   ..............
Overseas Mil Fac Invest Recovery (Sec. 8038)........................           1,331            1,000            1,000             -331   ..............
Rescissions (Sec. 8049).............................................        -325,560   ...............        -148,610         +176,950         -148,610
Revised Economic Assumptions (Sec. 8062)............................      -1,662,000   ...............        -835,000         +827,000         -835,000
Working Capital Funds Cash Balance (Sec. 8083)......................        -372,000   ...............        -300,000          +72,000         -300,000
Travel Cards........................................................          44,000           44,000   ...............         -44,000          -44,000
Intrepid Sea Air Space Foundation...................................          34,950   ...............  ...............         -34,950   ..............
Fisher House........................................................           3,800   ...............  ...............          -3,800   ..............
Advisory and assistance services (Sec. 8094)........................        -504,500   ...............        -500,000           +4,500         -500,000
Coast Guard transfer:
    Defense function (Sec. 8096)....................................  ...............  ...............          40,000          +40,000          +40,000
IT cost growth reduction............................................        -200,000   ...............  ...............        +200,000   ..............
Working Capital Funds Excess Carryover..............................         -44,000   ...............  ...............         +44,000   ..............
Ctr for Mil Recruiting Assessment & Vet Emp.........................           5,500   ...............  ...............          -5,500   ..............
Transportation Working Capital Fund.................................        -451,000   ...............  ...............        +451,000   ..............
Special needs students (Sec. 8101)..................................           5,500   ...............           5,500   ...............          +5,500
Fort Irwin education................................................          17,000   ...............  ...............         -17,000   ..............
Iraqi freedom fund (rescission).....................................      -3,490,000   ...............  ...............      +3,490,000   ..............
Contract offsets....................................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ..............
Withholds/Taxes provision...........................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ..............
Ship transfer authority.............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ..............
Tanker replacement transfer fund....................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ..............
Unobligated balances (Sec. 8103)....................................  ...............  ...............        -808,100         -808,100         -8