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                                                       Calendar No. 176
108th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                     108-82

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             MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATION BILL, 2004
                                _______
                                

                 June 26, 2003.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

         Mrs. Hutchison, from the Committee on Appropriations, 
                        submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                         [To accompany S. 1357]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 1357) 
making appropriations for military construction, family 
housing, and base realignment and closure for the Department of 
Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for 
other purposes, reports favorably thereon and recommends that 
the bill do pass.

Total of bill as reported to Senate.....................  $9,196,000,000
Amount of 2004 budget estimate..........................   9,117,281,000
Amount of 2003 appropriations...........................  10,698,800,000
The bill as reported to the Senate:
    Over the budget estimate, 2004......................      78,719,000
    Below appropriations for fiscal year 2003...........   1,502,800,000


                            C O N T E N T S

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                                                                   Page
Background:
    Purpose of the bill..........................................     3
    Comparative statement........................................     3
    Compliance with section 308 of the Budget Control Act........     9
Committee recommendation.........................................     9
Items of special interest........................................    10
Military construction, Army......................................    20
Military construction, Navy......................................    21
Military construction, Air Force.................................    22
Military construction, Defense-wide..............................    23
Military construction, Reserve components........................    25
NATO Security Investment Program.................................    27
Family housing overview..........................................    28
Family housing, Army.............................................    28
Family housing, Navy and Marine Corps............................    29
Family housing, Air Force........................................    30
Family housing, Defense-wide.....................................    31
Family housing improvement fund..................................    31
Base realignment and closure account, part IV....................    32
General provisions...............................................    34
Compliance with paragraph 7, rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    35
Compliance with paragraph 7(c), rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................    35
Compliance with paragraph 12, rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    36
Project listing by location......................................    36

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    The Military Construction appropriation bill provides 
necessary funding for the planning, design, construction, 
alteration, and improvement of military facilities worldwide, 
both for Active and Reserve Forces. It also finances the 
construction, alteration, improvement, operation, and 
maintenance of military family housing, including payments 
against past housing mortgage indebtedness. Certain types of 
community impact assistance may be provided, as well as 
assistance to members of the military who face loss on the sale 
of private residences due to installation realignments and 
closures. The bill is also the source for the U.S. share of the 
NATO Security Investment Program. In addition, the bill 
provides funding to implement base closures and realignments 
authorized by law.

                         Comparative Statement

    The Committee recommends appropriations totaling 
$9,196,000,000 for fiscal year 2004 military construction, 
family housing, and base closure. The following table displays 
the Committee recommendation in comparison with the current 
fiscal year, and the President's fiscal year 2004 request.

                                              COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                   Increase (+) or decrease (-) compared
                                                                                                   Committee                      with--
                        Item                             2003 enacted       Budget estimate     recommendation   ---------------------------------------
                                                                                                                     2003 enacted       Budget estimate
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Military construction, Army.........................          1,472,022           1,602,060           1,255,155            -216,867            -346,905
    Defense emergency response fund [DERF]..........            211,688   ..................  ..................           -211,688   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal......................................          1,683,710           1,602,060           1,255,155            -428,555            -346,905

    Rescission......................................            -49,376             -66,050            -183,615            -134,239            -117,565
    Supplemental appropriations (Public Law 108-11).              2,000   ..................  ..................             -2,000   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................          1,636,334           1,536,010           1,071,540            -564,794            -464,470

Military construction, Navy.........................          1,095,698           1,147,537           1,195,659             +99,961             +48,122
    Defense emergency response fund [DERF]..........            209,430   ..................  ..................           -209,430   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal......................................          1,305,128           1,147,537           1,195,659            -109,469             +48,122

    Rescission......................................             -1,340             -14,679             -39,322             -37,982             -24,643
    Supplemental appropriations (Public Law 108-11).             48,100   ..................  ..................            -48,100   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................          1,351,888           1,132,858           1,156,337            -195,551             +23,479

Military construction, Air Force....................            891,650             830,671           1,056,377            +164,727            +225,706
    Defense emergency response fund [DERF]..........            188,597   ..................  ..................           -188,597   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal......................................          1,080,247             830,671           1,056,377             -23,870            +225,706

    Rescission......................................            -13,281   ..................  ..................            +13,281   ..................
    Rescission (Public Law 108-7)...................            -18,600   ..................  ..................            +18,600   ..................
    Supplemental appropriations (Public Law 108-11).            152,900   ..................  ..................           -152,900   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................          1,201,266             830,671           1,056,377            -144,889            +225,706

Military construction, Defense-wide.................            836,345             695,298             712,567            -123,778             +17,269
    Defense emergency response fund [DERF]..........             33,300   ..................  ..................            -33,300   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal......................................            869,645             695,298             712,567            -157,078             +17,269

    Rescissions.....................................             -2,976                -997             -32,680             -29,704             -31,683
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            866,669             694,301             679,887            -186,782             -14,414
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Active components......................          5,056,157           4,193,840           3,964,141          -1,092,016            -229,699

Military construction, Army National Guard..........            241,377             168,298             304,085             +62,708            +135,787

Military construction, Air National Guard...........            194,880              60,430             221,013             +26,133            +160,583
    Defense emergency response fund [DERF]..........              8,933   ..................  ..................             -8,933   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            203,813              60,430             221,013             +17,200            +160,583

Military construction, Army Reserve.................            100,554              68,478              73,979             -26,575              +5,501

Military construction, Naval Reserve................             67,804              28,032              34,742             -33,062              +6,710
    Defense emergency response fund [DERF]..........              7,117   ..................  ..................             -7,117   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................             74,921              28,032              34,742             -40,179              +6,710

Military construction, Air Force Reserve............             63,650              44,312              57,426              -6,224             +13,114
    Defense emergency response fund [DERF]..........              3,576   ..................  ..................             -3,576   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal......................................             67,226              44,312              57,426              -9,800             +13,114

    Miscellaneous appropriations (Public Law 108-7).             18,600   ..................  ..................            -18,600   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................             85,826              44,312              57,426             -28,400             +13,114
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Reserve components.....................            706,491             369,550             691,245             -15,246            +321,695
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Total, Military construction..................          5,762,648           4,563,390           4,655,386          -1,107,262             +91,996
          Appropriations............................         (5,185,580)         (4,645,116)         (4,911,003)          (-274,577)          (+265,887)
          Defense emergency response fund...........           (662,641)  ..................  ..................          (-662,641)  ..................
          Rescissions...............................           (-85,573)           (-81,726)          (-255,617)          (-170,044)          (-173,891)
                                                     ===================================================================================================
North Atlantic Treaty Organization Security                     167,200             169,300             169,300              +2,100   ..................
 Investment Program.................................

Family housing construction, Army...................            280,356             409,191             409,191            +128,835   ..................
    Rescission......................................             -4,920             -52,300             -52,300             -47,380   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            275,436             356,891             356,891             +81,455   ..................

Family housing operation and maintenance, Army......          1,106,007           1,043,026           1,043,026             -62,981   ..................

Family housing construction, Navy and Marine Corps..            376,468             184,193             184,193            -192,275   ..................
    Rescission......................................             -2,652   ..................             -3,585                -933              -3,585
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            373,816             184,193             180,608            -193,208              -3,585

Family housing operation and maintenance, Navy and              861,788             852,778             852,778              -9,010   ..................
 Marine Corps.......................................

Family housing construction, Air Force..............            684,824             657,065             657,065             -27,759   ..................
    Rescission......................................             -8,782             -19,347             -29,039             -20,257              -9,692
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            676,042             637,718             628,026             -48,016              -9,692

Family housing operation and maintenance, Air Force.            833,419             834,468             834,468              +1,049   ..................
    Defense emergency response fund [DERF]..........             29,631   ..................  ..................            -29,631   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal......................................            863,050             834,468             834,468             -28,582   ..................
    Supplemental appropriations (Public Law 108-11).              1,800   ..................  ..................             -1,800   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            864,850             834,468             834,468             -30,382   ..................

Family housing construction, Defense-wide...........              5,480                 350                 350              -5,130   ..................
Family housing operation and maintenance, Defense-               42,395              49,440              49,440              +7,045   ..................
 wide...............................................
Department of Defense Family Housing Improvement                  2,000                 300                 300              -1,700   ..................
 Fund...............................................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family housing.........................          4,207,814           3,959,164           3,945,887            -261,927             -13,277
                                                     ===================================================================================================

Base realignment and closure account................            561,138             370,427             370,427            -190,711   ..................
General provision (sec. 118)........................  ..................             55,000              55,000             +55,000   ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Grand total:
          New budget (obligational) authority.......         10,698,800           9,117,281           9,196,000          -1,502,800             +78,719
              Appropriations........................        (10,108,455)         (9,270,654)         (9,536,541)          (-571,914)          (+265,887)
              Defense emergency response fund.......           (692,272)  ..................  ..................          (-692,272)  ..................
              Rescissions...........................          (-101,927)          (-153,373)          (-340,541)          (-238,614)          (-187,168)
                                                     ===================================================================================================
         SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS ACCOUNTS

Military Construction, Army.........................          1,636,334           1,536,010           1,071,540            -564,794            -464,470
Military Construction, Navy.........................          1,351,888           1,132,858           1,156,337            -195,551             +23,479
Military Construction, Air Force....................          1,201,266             830,671           1,056,377            -144,889            +225,706
Military Construction, Defense-wide.................            866,669             694,301             679,887            -186,782             -14,414
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Active components......................          5,056,157           4,193,840           3,964,141          -1,092,016            -229,699

Military Construction, Army National Guard..........            241,377             168,298             304,085             +62,708            +135,787
Military Construction, Air National Guard...........            203,813              60,430             221,013             +17,200            +160,583
Military Construction, Army Reserve.................            100,554              68,478              73,979             -26,575              +5,501
Military Construction, Naval Reserve................             74,921              28,032              34,742             -40,179              +6,710
Military Construction, Air Force Reserve............             85,826              44,312              57,426             -28,400             +13,114
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Reserve components.....................            706,491             369,550             691,245             -15,246            +321,695
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Total, Military Construction..................          5,762,648           4,563,390           4,655,386          -1,107,262             +91,996
                                                     ===================================================================================================
North Atlantic Treaty Organization Security                     167,200             169,300             169,300              +2,100   ..................
 Investment Program.................................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
Family Housing, Army:
    Construction....................................            275,436             356,891             356,891             +81,455   ..................
    Operation and Maintenance.......................          1,106,007           1,043,026           1,043,026             -62,981   ..................
Family Housing, Navy and Marine Corps:
    Construction....................................            373,816             184,193             180,608            -193,208              -3,585
    Operation and Maintenance.......................            861,788             852,778             852,778              -9,010   ..................
Family Housing, Air Force:
    Construction....................................            676,042             637,718             628,026             -48,016              -9,692
    Operation and Maintenance.......................            864,850             834,468             834,468             -30,382   ..................
Family Housing, Defense-wide:
    Construction....................................              5,480                 350                 350              -5,130   ..................
    Operation and Maintenance.......................             42,395              49,440              49,440              +7,045   ..................
Department of Defense Family Housing Improvement                  2,000                 300                 300              -1,700   ..................
 Fund...............................................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family Housing.........................          4,207,814           3,959,164           3,945,887            -261,927             -13,277

Base Realignment and Closure Account................            561,138             370,427             370,427            -190,711   ..................
General provision...................................  ..................             55,000              55,000             +55,000   ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Grand Total...................................         10,698,800           9,117,281           9,196,000          -1,502,800             +78,719
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         Compliance With Section 308 of the Budget Control Act

    Section 308(a) of the Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 
1974 (Public Law 93-344) requires that the Committee include in 
its report a comparison of its recommendations with levels 
contained in the first concurrent resolution. Appropriate data 
are reflected below:

                                            BUDGETARY IMPACT OF BILL
  PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE PURSUANT TO SEC. 308(a), PUBLIC LAW 93-344, AS
                                                     AMENDED
                                            [In millions of dollars]
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                                                              Budget authority                 Outlays
                                                       ---------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee     Amount  of     Committee     Amount  of
                                                        allocation \1\      bill     allocation \1\      bill
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Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee
 allocations to its subcommittees of amounts in the
 Budget Resolution for 2004: Subcommittee on Military
 Construction:
    Discretionary.....................................          9,196         9,196         10,297    \1\ 10,273
Projection of outlays associated with the
 recommendation:
    2004..............................................  ..............  ...........  ..............    \2\ 2,593
    2005..............................................  ..............  ...........  ..............        3,376
    2006..............................................  ..............  ...........  ..............        1,883
    2007..............................................  ..............  ...........  ..............          722
    2008 and future years.............................  ..............  ...........  ..............          622
Financial assistance to State and local governments                NA   ...........             NA   ...........
 for  2004............................................
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\1\ Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\ Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.

                        Committee Recommendation

    The Committee recommends new fiscal year 2004 
appropriations of $9,196,000,000. This is $78,719,000 over the 
budget request, and $1,502,800,000 below the appropriations for 
fiscal year 2003. The basis for this recommendation is 
contained in the following ``Items of special interest,'' and 
under the discussions pertaining to each individual 
appropriation. Complete project detail is provided in the 
tables at the end of the report.

                       ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

                                HEARINGS

    The Subcommittee on Military Construction held a hearing on 
the fiscal year 2004 budget request during March 2003. The 
subcommittee heard testimony from representatives of the 
military services and defense agencies concerning fiscal year 
2004 budget priorities and base realignment and closure [BRAC] 
issues. The subcommittee also held a hearing in March on the 
BRAC process, with testimony from Defense Department officials 
and from representatives of communities which have undergone 
BRAC. In April, the subcommittee held a hearing in which the 
commanders of United States forces in Europe and Korea 
testified about their visions for revising the structure of 
military base facilities in their respective commands.

                  SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The budget request for fiscal year 2004 reflects a decrease 
of $1,581,519,000 from the amount enacted in fiscal year 2003.
    The Committee recommends an additional $78,719,000 above 
the fiscal year 2004 budget request. The total recommended 
appropriation for fiscal year 2004 is $9,196,000,000, a 
decrease of $1,502,800,000 from fiscal year 2003 funding.

                     OVERSEAS MILITARY CONSTRUCTION

    The budget request included over $1,000,000,000 for 
military construction at U.S. installations outside the United 
States, much of it destined for facilities constructed for 
prosecution of the cold war. For several years, the Committee 
has expressed concern that our overseas basing structure has 
not been updated to reflect the realities of the post-cold war 
world. Our Nation is dealing with new threats, new strategies, 
new force structure, new deployment concepts, and new 
geopolitical realities, yet a basing structure born of and 
rationalized for the cold war endures. The Committee has 
questioned the wisdom of continuing to expend taxpayer dollars 
on overseas facilities that may not be appropriate to the 
Nation's future military needs. To spur the Defense Department 
to address this issue, in its report accompanying the Fiscal 
Year 2002 Military Construction Appropriations Act, the 
Committee directed the Defense Department to submit a report on 
its overseas basing master plan no later than April 1, 2002; 
that report has not yet been received.
    The Defense Department continues to study the question and 
has underway an overseas basing and presence study that will 
lead to, among other things, recommendations for a major 
overhaul of the United States overseas basing structure. Like 
the overseas basing master plan due to Congress, that study has 
yet to be completed, but in testimony before the Military 
Construction Subcommittee in April, two of the combatant 
commanders--General James Jones, Supreme Allied Commander, 
Europe and Commander of United States European Command, and 
General Leon LaPorte, Commander of United States Forces, 
Korea--presented their visions for military basing in their 
respective areas of responsibility. General Jones described a 
concept for Europe that featured fewer large bases, several 
smaller, more austere bases in forward locations, and greater 
use of rotational forces in and out of these facilities instead 
of permanent stationing of large forces with the attendant 
support infrastructure. General LaPorte described a vision for 
Korea in which United States forces are consolidated at a 
greatly reduced number of facilities, located further south on 
the Korean peninsula than at present.
    As part of the effort to realign overseas basing, the 
Secretary of Defense asked the combatant commanders to review 
whether the enacted fiscal year 2003 military construction 
program and their fiscal year 2004 military construction budget 
requests supported the emerging concept for the operation of 
U.S. military forces in their respective areas of 
responsibility. That review resulted in a budget amendment 
which rescinded or deleted $531,000,000 in fiscal year 2003 and 
fiscal year 2004 projects at various overseas locations and 
proposed new construction in an equal amount, approximately 
$276,000,000 of which was overseas.
    The Committee commends both the commanders and the 
Department for identifying construction projects that are not 
in accord with the emerging outlines of a new overseas basing 
structure. Moreover, the Committee was impressed by the 
combatant commanders' boldness and creativity in reassessing 
basing needs, and believes that their respective visions hold 
great promise for a more efficient and effective basing 
structure that will enhance the ability of the United States to 
meet new threats. The Committee believes that when fully 
developed, this vision will provide a sound basis on which 
Congress and the administration will be able to determine the 
future of our overseas basing structure.
    The Committee recognizes that at this point the vision has 
not yet been developed into a comprehensive plan on which 
decisions to pursue new construction initiatives can prudently 
be based. The overseas basing and presence study involves far 
more than military facilities. According to public statements 
of Defense Department officials, it will result in potentially 
dramatic changes in the disposition of U.S. forces abroad, 
including where they are based, how they operate, how they move 
to and from their theaters of operations, and even the number 
of forces deployed in specific theaters. In various press 
accounts, administration officials have acknowledged 
considering: new bases in Australia; Navy ships ported in 
Vietnam; increased United States troop presence in Malaysia and 
Singapore; bases in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, as well as 
Senegal, Ghana, Mali, and Kenya; bases on territory of the 
former Soviet Union; a rotational model for circulating forces 
in and out of overseas bases; significant reductions to force 
levels in Germany; and a major relocation and possible 
reduction to forces in the Republic of Korea. Summarizing the 
extent of the changes under consideration, the Under Secretary 
of Defense for Policy stated that ``Everything is going to move 
everywhere.'' If the sweeping changes under consideration are 
to be implemented, they will require extensive diplomatic 
efforts both in the nations in which the United States seeks a 
new presence and in those in which it will reduce or reshape 
its presence.
    Because a comprehensive plan is not yet developed, the 
Committee is unwilling to undertake extensive new military 
construction projects that would begin the implementation of 
that plan without a thorough and deliberate review by Congress. 
The Committee is particularly concerned about projects proposed 
for Korea in the budget amendment submitted May 1, 2003. For 
example:
  --The amendment proposes to build three new barracks on 
        privately held land, which the United States does not 
        control, adjacent to Camp Humphreys. The Minister of 
        National Defense of the Republic of Korea has committed 
        to obtaining the land for use by the United States. The 
        Committee applauds and appreciates the commitment of 
        the Korean Government, but it is not confident the land 
        will in fact be acquired in time to support execution 
        of these projects in fiscal year 2004.
  --The budget amendment proposes to build at Camp Humphreys a 
        fitness center, first appropriated for Camp Kyle in the 
        fiscal year 2000 Act, then ``realigned'' to Camp 
        Bonifas in fiscal year 2003, and now ``realigned'' 
        again to Camp Humphreys. The Committee is concerned 
        that the repeated movement of this fitness center 
        indicates it is a project in search of a home rather 
        than part of a comprehensive and sound plan to support 
        military requirements.
  --The budget amendment proposes to realign a middle school 
        from Seoul to Camp Humphreys. This building was 
        designed as a three story structure because of space 
        limitations in the urban environment for which it was 
        intended, but Department officials have indicated that 
        this may not be an appropriate design for a school at a 
        location where similarly restrictive land constraints 
        do not necessarily exist.
  --The budget amendment proposed to ``realign'' a barracks 
        project from the K-16 airfield to Camp Humphreys. 
        Subsequent to the budget amendment submission, however, 
        the Committee was informed by Army officials that this 
        request was in error, that the barracks was still 
        required at K-16, and a correction to the budget 
        amendment would be forthcoming. Then the Committee was 
        then advised that a correction would not be issued, and 
        the ``realignment'' request would stand.
    The Committee has similar reservations about proposed 
construction in Europe. For example, the budget request 
includes a number of projects in areas in Germany that, 
according to public statements of Army and other Defense 
Department officials, are likely to see significant force level 
reductions. Military officials also have stated that it is 
unclear whether it is feasible to implement the rotational unit 
concept that is central to the emerging vision of the U.S. 
overseas presence.
    Evaluated against a backdrop of uncertainty about 
fundamental aspects of a revised overseas basing structure 
which the Department has yet to propose, including the number 
of troops that these facilities will be required to support, 
these examples indicate to the Committee that the Defense 
Department's overseas basing and presence plan is not yet 
sufficiently mature to enable the Committee to commit with 
confidence to extensive new construction. Thus the Committee 
has declined to fund much of the new construction in Europe and 
Korea requested in the May 1, 2003 budget amendment.
    The Committee's actions do not indicate dissatisfaction 
with the general direction in which the Department appears to 
be headed. To the contrary, the Committee welcomes what it 
regards as a refreshing and overdue effort to think creatively 
about this issue. The Committee looks forward to receiving and 
evaluating the Department's full recommendations once they 
become available. Although the Committee expects that the 
Fiscal Year 2005 Military Construction Act will be the vehicle 
by which new overseas construction initiatives will be 
implemented, it does not rule out the possibility of 
considering pressing military construction needs in a 
supplemental appropriation. However, the Committee is insistent 
that before any such decisions are taken, the Department's plan 
be finished and presented to Congress with sufficient time for 
deliberate consideration.

                       OVERSEAS BASING COMMISSION

    In keeping with the Committee's continuing concern about 
the Nation's overseas basing, the Committee recommends a 
provision that would establish a commission to conduct a 
thorough study of matters related to U.S. military facility 
structure overseas. The Commission on the Review of the 
Overseas Military Facility Structure of the United States would 
consist of eight members appointed by the congressional 
leadership. The Commission would be authorized to hold hearings 
and receive information from Federal agencies in order to 
assess whether the current U.S. overseas basing structure is 
adequate to execute current missions, and to assess the 
feasibility of closures, realignments, or establishment of new 
installations overseas to meet emerging defense requirements. 
The Commission would not preclude in any way the Defense 
Department's ongoing efforts to develop a comprehensive and 
integrated global presence and basing strategy. Rather, it 
would provide Congress an independent view of the Nation's 
overseas basing requirements to aid it in its oversight role.
    The Commission would submit a report to the President and 
Congress by August 30, 2004, containing findings, conclusions, 
and recommendations for legislation and administrative actions, 
as well as a proposal for an overseas basing strategy to meet 
current and future requirements.

      COMPREHENSIVE MASTER PLANS FOR OVERSEAS MILITARY FACILITIES 
                             INFRASTRUCTURE

    The Committee is concerned about the use of military 
construction budget authority for construction projects at 
bases that may soon be obsolete due to changes being considered 
in overseas presence and basing. To ensure that military 
construction funding is devoted to facilities needed to meet 
firm future requirements, the Committee directs the Department 
of Defense to (1) prepare detailed comprehensive master plans 
for the changing infrastructure requirements for U.S. military 
facilities within each of its overseas regional commands; the 
plans should, at a minimum identify precise facility 
requirements, and the status of properties being returned to 
host nations. The plans also should identify funding 
requirements and the division of funding responsibilities 
between the United States and cognizant host nations; and (2) 
provide, with each yearly MILCON budget submission to the 
congressional defense committees through fiscal year 2008, a 
report on the status of those plans and their implementation. 
The first such report shall be provided with the fiscal year 
2005 MILCON budget submission and updated each succeeding year 
to reflect changes to the plans involving specific construction 
projects being added, canceled, modified, or funding for those 
projects being redirected to other needs, and justification for 
such changes. During this period, the Committee also directs 
the General Accounting Office to monitor the infrastructure 
master plans being developed and implemented for the overseas 
regional commands and to provide the congressional defense 
committees with a report by May 15 of each year giving their 
assessment of the status of the plans, associated costs, 
burden-sharing implications, and other relevant information 
involving property returns to host nations, restoration issues, 
and residual values.

   IMPACT OF MILITARY HOUSING PRIVATIZATION ON LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS

    This Committee has supported the Department of Defense 
program to privatize military family housing. The Department 
has shown that private sector financing, ownership, operation, 
and maintenance of military housing can help to eliminate 
inadequate housing faster than could otherwise be achieved. 
However, the Committee is concerned about the impact of 
privatization projects on local school districts. In most 
instances, the children of families living in military-owned 
housing located on military installations attend schools 
operated by local school districts. Because the children live 
on non-taxed Federal property, the government compensates the 
local school districts through payment of impact funds 
averaging about $2,000 per student. Privatization of the on-
base housing could result in the classification of the property 
being changed from Federal to non-Federal. Such a change could 
result in the impact funds paid to the local school districts 
dropping significantly--to about $200 per student. 
Privatization projects could also impact local school districts 
by changing the number or geographic dispersion of the children 
of military families in local communities thus affecting the 
size and location of needed schools. For example, the 
privatization project at Fort Hood, Texas, is estimated to 
create a need for three more schools in the local school 
district.
    Consequently, the Secretary of Defense shall report to 
congressional defense committees by March 15, 2004, on the 
impact of privatization of military family housing on local 
school districts, and options for addressing local school 
requirements resulting from the privatization. The report 
should include an assessment of whether establishing military 
charter schools on Department of Defense installations--modeled 
on the example of Belle Chasse Academy at the Naval Air Station 
Joint Reserve Base, New Orleans--could productively help to 
alleviate the impact of housing privatization on local school 
districts. The Comptroller General shall report on his 
evaluation of the Secretary's report within 60 days of its 
issuance and make recommendations, if needed, to help ensure 
that the impacts from privatization on local school districts 
are mitigated.

                              PERCHLORATE

    The Committee is growing increasingly concerned about the 
potential impact of perchlorate contamination at installations 
that have been closed through the BRAC process as well as at 
active and inactive defense sites. Perchlorate, a chemical used 
in solid rocket propellant, has been identified by the 
Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] as an unregulated toxin. 
Perchlorate contamination has been found in drinking water 
supplies in 29 States, including California, Texas, Colorado, 
Maryland, and Massachusetts. More than 300 groundwater wells in 
California are contaminated with perchlorate, as is the 
Colorado River, which supplies drinking water to more than 
15,000,000 people in the Southwest.
    According to the EPA, the Department of Defense and the 
National Aeronautics and Space Administration are responsible 
for 90 percent of the perchlorate produced in the United 
States. Although the EPA last year concluded in a draft 
assessment that perchlorate could pose a risk to human health 
at drinking water concentrations of just one part per billion, 
the Federal Government has yet to set a drinking water standard 
for perchlorate. Therefore, no remediation standard exists. The 
EPA assessment has been referred to the National Academy of 
Sciences for review, which could significantly delay the 
establishment of a national drinking water standard for 
perchlorate.
    The Committee recognizes that, absent a state or Federal 
standard for perchlorate, the Department of Defense is under no 
legal obligation to remediate perchlorate contamination at 
defense sites. However, the Committee is disappointed that the 
Department has been unresponsive to requests to test for 
perchlorate at BRAC properties or other defense sites.
    To ensure that the Department is prepared to respond 
quickly and appropriately once a perchlorate standard is 
determined, the Committee directs that the Department take the 
following actions:
    (1) Submit to the congressional defense committees no later 
than December 31, 2003, a report on the activities of the 
Interagency Perchlorate Steering Committee of the Department of 
Defense that was established in January 1998 and was originally 
chartered to facilitate and coordinate accurate accounts of 
technological issues (occurrence, health effects, treatability 
and waste stream handling, analytical detection, and ecological 
impacts) related to perchlorate contamination of drinking water 
supplies and irrigation water supplies and to create 
information transfer links for interagency and 
intergovernmental activities regarding such areas of concern. 
The report shall cover all activities that were identified in 
the memorandum of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense 
(Environmental Security), dated January 24, 2001, to the 
Secretaries of the military departments and the Director of the 
Defense Logistics Agency.
    (2) Identify sources of perchlorate on BRAC properties and 
develop a plan to remediate perchlorate contamination on BRAC 
sites that can be implemented rapidly once State or Federal 
perchlorate standards are set. The Department shall report to 
the congressional defense committees on its perchlorate 
findings and remediation action plan no later than March 30, 
2004.

                  CONFORMANCE WITH AUTHORIZATION BILL

    The Committee strongly supports the authorization-
appropriation process. However, the Committee has reported the 
appropriation bill prior to completion of the authorization 
process. Therefore, the Committee has provided construction 
funds for specific projects which were included in the Senate-
passed version of the National Defense Authorization Act for 
fiscal year 2004 and projects subject to authorization.

                      REPROGRAMMING RULES/CRITERIA

    The following rules apply for all military construction and 
family housing reprogrammings. A project or account (including 
the sub-elements of an account) which has been specifically 
reduced by the Congress in acting on the appropriation request 
is considered to be a congressional interest item. A prior 
approval reprogramming is required for any increase to an item 
that has been specifically reduced by the Congress. 
Accordingly, no below threshold reprogrammings to an item 
specifically reduced by the Congress are permitted.
    The reprogramming criteria that apply to military 
construction projects (25 percent of the funded amount or 
$2,000,000 which-ever is less) continue to apply to new housing 
construction projects and to improvements over $2,000,000. To 
provide the individual Services the flexibility to proceed with 
construction contracts without disruption or delay, the costs 
associated with environmental hazard remediation such as 
asbestos removal, radon abatement, lead-based paint removal or 
abatement, and any other legislated environmental hazard 
remediation may be excluded, provided that such remediation 
requirements could not be reasonably anticipated at the time of 
budget submission. This exclusion applies to projects 
authorized in the budget year, and also projects authorized in 
prior years for which construction contracts have not been 
completed.
    Furthermore, in instances where a prior approval 
reprogramming request for a project or account has been 
approved by the Committee, the amount approved becomes the new 
base for any future increase or decrease via below threshold 
reprogrammings (provided that the project or account is not a 
congressional interest item).

                           TRANSFER AUTHORITY

    The budget request proposed a general provision which would 
allow the transfer of appropriations for military family 
housing for a given military service to appropriations 
available for pay and allowance of military personnel of the 
same service, to be merged with and to be available for the 
same purposes and period of time as the account to which 
transferred. The Committee believes that existing reprogramming 
procedures are sufficient in solving urgent funding problems 
and denies this request.

                      BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE

    The Committee has included $370,427,000 for the ``Base 
realignment and closure'' account, an amount equal to the 
budget request.

                         BARRACKS CONSTRUCTION

    The fiscal year 2004 budget request includes $1,211,800,000 
to construct or modernize 43 barracks projects.
    The Committee recommends $1,068,100,000 for barracks 
construction projects in fiscal year 2004, a decrease of 
$143,700,000 from the budget request.

                     BARRACKS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/Project                  Request       Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army:
    Alaska:
        Fort Richardson Barracks Complex     $33,000,000     $33,000,000
         D Street, Ph 3 (144 spaces)....
        Fort Richardson Barracks Complex  ..............       8,200,000
         (60 spaces)....................
        Fort Wainwright Barracks Luzon        21,500,000      21,500,000
         Avenue (144 spaces)............
    Georgia:
        Fort Stewart Barracks Complex         49,000,000      49,000,000
         Perimeter Road (576 spaces)....
        Fort Stewart Barracks (Phase I)       17,000,000      17,000,000
         (298 spaces)...................
    Hawaii:
        Schofield Barracks, Barracks          49,000,000      49,000,000
         Complex Capron Road, Ph 2 (180
         spaces)........................
        Schofield Barracks, Barracks          49,000,000      49,000,000
         Complex Quad E (150 spaces)....
    Kansas: Fort Riley Barracks Complex       40,000,000      40,000,000
     Graves Street (312 spaces).........
    Kentucky: Fort Campbell Barracks          49,000,000      49,000,000
     Complex Range Road, Ph 2 (372
     spaces)............................
    North Carolina:
        Fort Bragg Barracks Complex           47,000,000      47,000,000
         Bastogne Drive, Ph 1 (448
         spaces)........................
        Fort Bragg Barracks Complex           38,000,000      38,000,000
         Butner Road, Ph 4 (240 spaces).
        Fort Bragg Barracks D Area, Ph 4      17,000,000      17,000,000
         (384 spaces)...................
    New York:
        Fort Drum Barracks 10200 Area         22,500,000      22,500,000
         (276 spaces)...................
        Fort Drum Barracks Complex            49,000,000      49,000,000
         Wheeler Sack AAF (240 spaces)..
    Texas: Fort Hood Barracks Complex         47,000,000      47,000,000
     67th & Battalion Ave (480 spaces)..
    Washington: Fort Lewis Barracks           48,000,000      48,000,000
     Complex 17th & B St, Ph 3 (300
     spaces)............................
    Germany:
        Grafenwoehr, Brigade Complex          30,000,000  ..............
         Barracks.......................
        Heidelberg, Hospital Barracks...      17,000,000  ..............
        Vilsek, Barracks Complex (Phase       12,000,000  ..............
         I).............................
    Korea:
        Camp Humphreys (Realigned from        41,000,000  ..............
         Camp Casey)....................
        Camp Humphreys (Realigned from        35,000,000  ..............
         Camp Casey)....................
        Camp Humphreys (Realigned from        29,000,000  ..............
         Camp Hovey)....................
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Army................     740,000,000     584,200,000
                                         ===============================
Navy:
    California:
        Camp Pendleton Bachelor Enlisted      22,900,000      22,900,000
         Quarters San Mateo (400 spaces)
        Monterey Bachelor Officer             35,600,000      35,600,000
         Quarters (280 spaces)..........
        San Nicolas Island Transient           6,200,000       6,200,000
         Quarters (32 spaces)...........
        San Diego Bachelor Enlisted           42,700,000      42,700,000
         Quarters Homeport Ashore (500
         spaces)........................
        Twentynine Palms Bachelor             26,100,000      26,100,000
         Enlisted Quarters (384 spaces).
    Illinois:
        Great Lakes Recruit Barracks          31,600,000      31,600,000
         (1056 spaces)..................
        Great Lakes Recruit Barracks          34,100,000      34,100,000
         (1056 spaces)..................
    Rhode Island: Newport Bachelor            16,100,000      16,100,000
     Enlisted Quarters Replacement
     (NAPS) (360 spaces)................
    Virginia: Norfolk Bachelor Enlisted       46,700,000      46,700,000
     Quarters Shipboard Ashore, Ph II
     (500 spaces).......................
    United Kingdom: Saint Mawgan               7,100,000       7,100,000
     Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (48
     spaces)............................
                                         -------------------------------
      Subtotal, Navy & Marine Corps.....     269,100,000     269,100,000
                                         ===============================
Air Force:
    Alabama: Maxwell AFB SOS Dormitory,       13,400,000      13,400,000
     Ph 3 (162 spaces)..................
    Alaska: Eielson AFB Dormitory (96         13,900,000      13,900,000
     spaces)............................
    California: Beale AFB Global Hawk         13,300,000      13,300,000
     Dormitory (96 spaces)..............
    North Carolina: Seymour Johnson AFB        9,500,000       9,500,000
     Dormitory (144 spaces).............
    Ohio: Wright-Patterson AFB Dormitory      10,500,000      10,500,000
     (144 spaces).......................
    South Carolina: Charleston AFB             8,900,000       8,900,000
     Dormitory (144 spaces).............
    Texas:
        Goodfellow AFB Student Dormitory      18,100,000      18,100,000
         (200 spaces)...................
        Lackland AFB Student Dormitory        21,000,000      21,000,000
         (200 spaces)...................
        Lackland AFB Student Dormitory        35,300,000      35,300,000
         (300 spaces)...................
        Sheppard AFB Student Dormitory        28,600,000      28,600,000
         (300 spaces)...................
    Korea: Osan AB Dormitory (156             16,600,000      16,600,000
     spaces)............................
    United Kingdom: Royal AF Lakenheath       13,600,000      13,600,000
     Dormitory (120 spaces).............
                                         -------------------------------
      Subtotal, Air Force...............     202,700,000     202,700,000
                                         ===============================
Air National Guard:
    Virginia: Camp Pendleton Troop        ..............       2,500,000
     Training Quarters (Red Horse) (40
     spaces)............................
Air Force Reserve:
    New York: Niagara Falls ARS Visiting  ..............       9,600,000
     Officer's Quarters (65 spaces).....
      Subtotal, Reserve Components......  ..............      12,100,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total Barracks Construction.......   1,211,800,000   1,068,100,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

           BARRACKS PRIVATIZATION AND CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES

    The General Accounting Office [GAO] issued a report in June 
2003 that discussed opportunities for DOD to reduce costs in 
the unaccompanied housing program (Military Housing: 
Opportunities That Should Be Explored to Improve Housing and 
Reduce Costs for Unmarried Junior Service members, GAO--03-602, 
June 10, 2003). GAO found that DOD and the services had not 
fully explored barracks privatization to determine whether the 
concept could provide a better economic value to the government 
than the use of military construction financing, and that DOD 
and the military services had not taken advantage of 
opportunities to potentially reduce their housing costs for 
unmarried service members through use of residential 
construction practices in government-owned barracks 
construction and better utilization of existing government-
owned barracks. GAO recommended that the Secretary of Defense 
promote a coordinated, focused effort to determine the 
feasibility and cost effectiveness of barracks privatization 
and that DOD undertake engineering studies to resolve questions 
about the use of residential construction practices, issue 
guidance to direct the maximum use of required existing 
barracks space, and identify and eliminate any barracks space 
determined to be excess. DOD generally agreed with the 
recommendations.
    The Committee believes that the report's recommendations 
should be implemented without delay and directs the Secretary 
of Defense to provide a progress report to the Committee by 
March 1, 2004. The progress report should detail actions taken 
in response to the recommendations and itemize any budgetary 
savings achieved as a result of implementing the 
recommendations.

            REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENT

    The Committee recommends a continuation of the following 
general rules for repairing a facility under Operations and 
Maintenance account funding:
    Components of the facility may be repaired by replacement, 
and such replacement can be up to current standards or code.
    Interior arrangements and restorations may be included as 
repair, but additions, new facilities, and functional 
conversions must be performed as military construction 
projects.
    Such projects may be done concurrent with repair projects, 
as long as the final conjunctively funded project is a complete 
and usable facility.
    The appropriate Service Secretary shall submit a 21-day 
notification prior to carrying out any repair project with an 
estimated cost in excess of $7,500,000.
    The Department is directed to continue to provide the real 
property maintenance backlog at all installations for which 
there is a requested construction project in future budget 
requests. This information is to be provided on Form 1390. In 
addition, for all troop housing requests, the Form 1391 is to 
continue to show all real property maintenance conducted in the 
past 2 years and all future requirements for unaccompanied 
housing at that installation.

                       CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS

    The fiscal year 2003 budget request includes $3,646,000 for 
one child development center project. The Committee recommends 
$16,096,000 for a total of three projects.

                      Military Construction, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,636,334,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,536,010,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,071,540,000

    The Committee recommends $1,071,540,000 for the Army for 
fiscal year 2004. This is a decrease of $464,470,000 from the 
budget request for fiscal year 2004. (See State tables at the 
end of the report for complete program recommendations.)
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2004 as 
practical:
    Water Treatment Facility, Hawthorne Army Depot, Nevada.--Of 
the funds provided in this account for minor construction 
involving urgent life, health, and safety issues, the Committee 
directs that $2,950,000 be made available for the construction 
of this facility. Hawthorne's surface water and well water are 
out of compliance with State environmental and drinking water 
standards, and the facility recently received notice from the 
Nevada Division of Health that the surface water system must be 
brought into compliance by May 21, 2004. In addition to 
constructing this treatment facility to address the surface 
water issues, the Committee also urges the Department to 
include the necessary funding for a new and urgently needed 
treatment facility for drinking water at Hawthorne in the 
fiscal year 2005 budget request.
    Chaffee (Main) Gate, Fort Bliss, Texas.--Of the funds 
provided for minor construction in this account, the Committee 
directs that $910,000 be made available for the construction of 
this gate.
    Chapel Expansion, Fort Wainwright, Alaska.--Of the funds 
provided for minor construction in this account, the Committee 
directs that $1,500,000 be made available for the construction 
of this chapel expansion.
    Dining Facilities Renovation, Fort Knox, Kentucky.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $178,000 be made available for the 
design of the facilities.
    Gymnasium Addition, Fort Wainwright, Alaska.--Of the funds 
provided for minor construction in this account, the Committee 
directs that $1,500,000 be made available for the construction 
of this gymnasium addition.
    Replace Ship Creek Bridge, Fort Richardson, Alaska.--Of the 
funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,500,000 be made available for the 
construction of this bridge.
    Robert E. Lee (Main) Gate, Fort Bliss, Texas.--Of the funds 
provided for minor construction in this account, the Committee 
directs that $1,200,000 be made available for the construction 
of this gate.
    Tactical Equipment Shop, Fort Bliss, Texas.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $663,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility.
    Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Donnelly 
Training Area, Alaska.--Of the funds provided for minor 
construction in this account, the Committee directs that 
$1,500,000 be made available for the construction of this 
facility.
    Urban Assault Course (101st Airborne Division), Fort 
Campbell, Kentucky.--Of the funds provided for planning and 
design in this account, the Committee directs that $239,000 be 
made available for the design of this facility.
    Wheeled Vehicle Rebuild Facility, Red River Army Depot, 
Texas.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $2,890,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Battery Test Facility, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $182,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Conversion of Former Officer's Club, Fort Campbell, 
Kentucky.--Of the funds provided for minor construction in this 
account, the Committee directs that $1,500,000 be made 
available for the conversion of the former officers' club into 
an Army Community Center.

                      Military Construction, Navy

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,351,888,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,132,858,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,156,337,000

    The Committee recommends $1,156,337,000 for Navy and Marine 
Corps military construction for fiscal year 2004. This amount 
is an increase of $23,479,000 from the fiscal year 2004 budget 
request. (See State tables at the end of the report for 
complete program recommendations.)
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2003 as 
practical:
    Blue Angels Hangar, Pensacola Naval Air Station, Florida.--
Of the funds provided for planning and design in this account, 
the Committee directs that $1,400,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Engineering Management and Logistics Facility, Carderock 
Naval Special Warfare Center, Maryland.--Of the funds provided 
for planning and design in this account, the Committee directs 
that $1,500,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility.
    Structural Shop Consolidation, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, 
New Hampshire.--Of the funds provided for planning and design 
in this account, the Committee directs that $1,500,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Suspect Cargo Handling Facility, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, 
Virginia.--Of the funds provided for minor construction in this 
account, the Committee directs that $1,420,000 be made 
available for the construction of this facility.
    Range Operations Complex, Pacific Missile Range Facility, 
Hawaii.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $1,250,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Joint Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Support 
Facility, Indian Head Naval Special Warfare Center, Maryland.--
Of the funds provided for planning and design in this account, 
the Committee directs that $1,200,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.

                    Military Construction, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,201,266,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     830,671,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,056,377,000

    The Committee recommends $1,056,377,000 for the Air Force 
in fiscal year 2004. This is an increase of $225,706,000 from 
the fiscal year 2004 budget request. (See State tables at the 
end of the report for complete program recommendations.)
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2004 as 
practical:
    Addition/Alteration to Fitness Center, Malmstrom AFB, 
Montana.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $684,000 be made available 
for the design of this facility.
    Addition/Alteration to Training Annex Fire Station, 
Lackland AFB, Texas.--Of the funds provided for minor 
construction in this account, the Committee directs that 
$950,000 be made available for the construction of this annex.
    Air Mobility Operations Group [AMOG] Global Reach 
Deployment Center, Travis AFB, California.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $1,350,000 be made available for the design of 
this facility.
    Child Development Center, Charleston Air Force Base, South 
Carolina.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in 
this account, the Committee directs that $500,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Combat Offload Ramp, Lakehurst Naval Air Station, New 
Jersey.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $400,000 be made available 
for the design of this facility.
    Consolidated Software Support Facility, Hill Air Force 
Base, Utah.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in 
this account, the Committee directs that $1,710,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Corrosion Control Facility, Malmstrom AFB, Montana.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $504,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Elevated Basic Military Training [BMT] Troop Walk at 
Carswell Avenue, Lackland AFB, Texas.--Of the funds provided 
for minor construction in this account, the Committee directs 
that $756,000 be made available for the construction of this 
elevated walkway.
    Fire Crash Rescue Station, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.--Of 
the funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $990,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Fire Department Addition, Laughlin AFB, Texas.--Of the 
funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $450,000 be made available for the 
construction of this addition.
    Fitness Center, Goodfellow AFB, Texas.--Of the funds 
provided for minor construction in this account, the Committee 
directs that $1,475,000 be made available for the construction 
of this facility.
    Mission Support Complex, Fairchild Air Force Base, 
Washington.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in 
this account, the Committee directs that $1,200,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Repair Alaska Command Headquarters, Elmendorf AFB, 
Alaska.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $3,000,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Replace Working Dog Kennel, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.--Of the 
funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,400,000 be made available for the 
construction of this kennel.
    Squadron Operations Facility, Laughlin AFB, Texas.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $200,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    War Reserve Material Storage Facility, Holloman AFB, New 
Mexico.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $1,026,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.

                  Military Construction, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $866,679,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     694,301,000
Committee recommendation (including rescissions)........     679,887,000

    The Committee recommends $679,887,000 for projects 
considered within the ``Defense-wide'' account. The amount 
recommended is an decrease of $39,914,000 from the fiscal year 
2004 budget request. (See State tables at the end of the report 
for complete program recommendations.)
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2004 as 
possible.
    Biometrics Training Center, Bridgeport, West Virginia.--Of 
the funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,400,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    DOD Hospital [TRICARE], Denver, Colorado.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $4,000,000 be made available for the design of 
this facility.
    Tripler Army Hospital, Biomedical Center, Honolulu, 
Hawaii.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $4,600,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.

                      MEDICAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

    The fiscal year 2004 budget request includes $161,699,000 
for seven major construction projects plus planning and design, 
and unspecified minor construction. The Committee recommends a 
total of $170,299,000, which fully funds the budget request and 
provides additional planning and design funding.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
         Location/project title               Request       Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska: Fort Wainwright, Hospital            $71,600,000     $71,600,000
 Replacement (Phase V)..................
Colorado: U.S. Air Force Academy,             21,500,000      21,500,000
 Hospital Addition/Alteration...........
Connecticut: New London, Dental Clinic         6,400,000       6,400,000
 Replacement............................
District of Columbia: Anacostia, Medical/     15,714,000      15,714,000
 Dental Clinic Conversion...............
District of Columbia: Walter Reed Army         9,000,000       9,000,000
 Medical Center, Energy Plant...........
Germany: Grafenwoehr, Dispensary/Dental       12,585,000      12,585,000
 Clinic Addition/Alteration.............
Guam: Andersen Air Force Base, Medical/       24,900,000      24,900,000
 Dental Clinic Replacement..............
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     161,699,000     161,699,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        CONTINGENCY CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee has provided $8,960,000 for the Secretary of 
Defense ``Contingency construction'' account in accordance with 
the budget request. This account provides funds which may be 
used by the Secretary of Defense for unforeseen facility 
requirements. The Committee believes that the funding provided 
in the account is adequate to meet the needs of the Department.

                 ENERGY CONSERVATION INVESTMENT PROGRAM

    The Committee recommends the full budget request of 
$69,500,000 for the Energy Conservation Investment Program 
[ECIP] and commends the Department for emphasizing the 
importance of this innovative program. The Defense Department 
accounts for three fourths of Federal energy consumption. In 
2001, the Department spent $6,800,000,000 on energy use, 
including fuels. According to DoD, ECIP projects improve energy 
and water efficiency in existing facilities and produce average 
savings of four dollars for every dollar invested. The 
Department has estimated that up to $420,000,000 in energy cost 
savings could be produced as a result of the proposed fiscal 
year 2004 ECIP investment.
    The Committee is particularly pleased to note the inclusion 
of several renewable energy projects in the fiscal year 2004 
ECIP program, including the acquisition of geothermal heat 
pumps at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and wind generators at Vandenberg 
Air Force Base, California, and F.E. Warren Air Force Base, 
Wyoming. The Committee is aware that acquisition of renewable 
energy is often the most cost effective means of reaching 
energy conservation goals, and encourages the use of ECIP 
funding for that purpose.
    In fiscal year 2002, the Committee provided $10,000,000 to 
fund an assessment of the regional potential of renewable 
energy generation, transmission, and distribution by industry 
on or near Department of Defense installations in the United 
States (Senate Report 107-68). The Committee directs that of 
the funds included in the fiscal year 2004 ECIP account, 
$2,500,000 be used to continue this important work. The 
Committee further directs that the Air Force continue to serve 
as program management lead for the assessment. The report 
should include proposals to coordinate and accelerate renewable 
energy development and utilization, focused on building 
capability according to the potential within each of the 
services. Because of the complexity and scope of the 
assessment, the Committee agrees to provide additional time for 
completion of the study. The Department is therefore directed 
to provide the congressional defense committees an interim 
report no later than October 30, 2003, and a final report no 
later than July 31, 2004.

               Military Construction, Reserve Components

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $706,491,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     369,550,000
Committee recommendation................................     691,245,000

    The Committee recommends $691,245,000 for military 
construction projects for the Guard and Reserve components. 
This amount is $321,695,000 above the fiscal year 2004 budget 
request. This increase reflects the Committee's continued 
strong support for the Guard and Reserve.
    The Committee's recommended action on each Reserve 
component project is reflected in the State list at the end of 
this report.
    The Committee recommends approval of military construction, 
Reserve component as outlined in the following table:

                            RESERVE COMPONENT
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Component                     Request       Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army National Guard.....................    $168,298,000    $304,085,000
Air National Guard......................      60,430,000     221,013,000
Army Reserve............................      68,478,000      73,979,000
Naval Reserve...........................      28,032,000      34,742,000
Air Force Reserve.......................      44,312,000      57,426,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     369,550,000     691,245,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------


    The Committee has added funding for specific Reserve 
component planning and design initiatives. The Committee 
recommendation also provides additional funding over the budget 
request for minor construction activities for the Reserve 
components.
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2004 as 
practical:

               MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

    Army National Guard Aviation Support Facility, North Little 
Rock, Arkansas.--The committee understands the need to upgrade 
the aviation facilities at Camp Robinson at North Little Rock, 
Arkansas and urges the Department to include this facility in 
the fiscal year 2005 budget request.
    Aviation Support Facility, Grand Island, Nebraska.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,555,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Aviation Support Facility, Kingston, Rhode Island.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $2,014,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Aviation Support Facility, Rochester, New York.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,549,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Aviation Support Facility, Whiteman Air Force Base, 
Missouri.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in 
this account, the Committee directs that $1,769,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Federal Scout Readiness Center, Angoon, White Mountain, 
Alaska.--Of the funds provided for minor construction in this 
account, the Committee directs that $1,018,000 be made 
available for the construction of this center.
    Federal Scout Storage Facilities, Manokotak, Toksook Bay, 
Napaskiak, Alaska.--Of the funds provided for minor 
construction in this account, the Committee directs that 
$246,000 be made available for the construction of these 
facilities.
    Information Systems Facility, Colchester, Camp Johnson, 
Vermont.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $498,000 be made available 
for the design of this facility.
    Maneuver Training Center, Ammunition Supply Point, Fort 
Smith, Fort Chaffee, Arkansas.--The Committee understands the 
need to upgrade the facilities at Fort Chaffee in Fort Smith, 
Arkansas and urges the Department to include this facility in 
the fiscal year 2005 budget request.
    Organizational Maintenance Shops, Hamilton, Ohio.--Of the 
funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,500,000 be made available for the 
construction of this facility.
    Pistol Range Replacement, Marseilles, Illinois.--Of the 
funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,100,000 be made available for the 
construction of this facility.
    Readiness Center, Camp Dodge, Iowa.--Of the funds provided 
for minor construction in this account, the Committee directs 
that $1,500,000 be made available for the construction of this 
facility.
    Readiness Center, Monticello, Mississippi.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $515,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility.
    Readiness Center, Pascagoula, Mississippi.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $356,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility.
    Readiness Center, Sacramento, California.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $306,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility.
    Readiness Center, Watertown, South Dakota.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $1,228,000 be made available for the design of 
this facility.
    TASS Barracks, Gowen Field, Idaho.--Of the funds provided 
for minor construction in this account, the Committee directs 
that $1,140,000 be made available for the construction of this 
facility.
    Unit Training & Equipment Site, Souix Falls, South 
Dakota.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $758,000 be made available 
for the design of this facility.
    Readiness Center/Maintenance Shop, Iowa City, Iowa.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $830,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.

               MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR NATIONAL GUARD

    C-5 Upgrades, Martinsburg, West Virginia.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $5,000,000 be made available for the design of 
facilities required to support the C-5 program.
    Mobility Storage Warehouse Addition, Kulis, Alaska.--Of the 
funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,000,000 be made available for the 
construction of this addition.
    Munitions Administration Facility, Klamath Falls, Oregon.--
Of the funds provided for minor construction in this account, 
the Committee directs that $1,350,000 be made available for the 
construction of this facility.
    Repair Maintenance Shops, Fargo, North Dakota.--Of the 
funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,400,000 be made available for the 
construction of these facilities.
    Air Mobilization Facility, Burlington, Vermont.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $443,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.

                MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, U.S. ARMY RESERVE

    Reserve Center, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $631,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility.

                MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE RESERVE

    Headquarters Building, 911th Airlift Wing, Pittsburgh Air 
Reserve Station, Pennsylvania.--Of the funds provided for 
planning and design in this account, the Committee directs that 
$684,000 be made available for the design of this facility.
    Upgrade Utilities, March Air Reserve Base, California.--Of 
the funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,444,000 be made available for the 
construction of these upgrades.
    Squadron Operations Center, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana.--Of 
the funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $426,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.

                   North Atlantic Treaty Organization


                      SECURITY INVESTMENT PROGRAM

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $167,200,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     169,300,000
Committee recommendation................................     169,300,000

    The Committee has provided $169,300,000 for the North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] Security Investment Program 
for fiscal year 2004, fully funding the budget request.
    The Committee continues the requirement that no funds will 
be used for projects (including planning and design) related to 
the enlargement of NATO and the Partnership for Peace program, 
unless Congress is notified 21 days in advance of the 
obligation of funds. In addition, the Committee's intent is 
that section 122 of the General Provisions shall apply to this 
program.
    The Department of Defense is directed to identify 
separately the level of effort anticipated for NATO enlargement 
and for Partnership for Peace for that fiscal year in future 
budget justifications.

                        MISSILE DEFENSE STUDIES

    The Committee has been made aware that approximately 
$44,000,000 in funds appropriated for the NATO Security 
Investment Program in past years have been expended on studies 
examining the feasibility of theater ballistic missile defense 
for NATO. While the Committee fully supports the development 
and fielding of missile defense systems, it believes missile 
defense studies are an inappropriate expenditure of funds 
intended to provide critically needed infrastructure to the 
Alliance. Accordingly, the Committee directs that no funds 
appropriated in this or any other Act for the NATO Security 
Investment Program be obligated or expended for missile defense 
studies.

                        Family Housing Overview

    The Committee has provided $3,945,887,000 for family 
housing construction, operations and maintenance, and the 
Department's family housing improvement fund. This amount is 
$13,277,000 below the fiscal year 2004 budget request and 
$261,927,000 below the amount appropriated in fiscal year 2003.

                          Family Housing, Army

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,381,443,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,399,917,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,399,917,000

    The Committee recommends a total of $1,399,917,000 for 
family housing, Army, in fiscal year 2004. This is equal to the 
fiscal year 2004 budget request.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee recommends $220,673,000 for new construction, 
as shown below:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/project                  Request       Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska:
    Fort Wainwright, (100 Units)........     $44,000,000     $44,000,000
    Fort Wainwright (40 Units)..........      20,000,000      20,000,000
Arizona:
    Fort Huachuca, (60 Units)...........       4,000,000       4,000,000
    Fort Huachuca Replace (160 Units)...      27,000,000      27,000,000
Kansas:
    Fort Riley (32 Units)...............       8,300,000       8,300,000
    Fort Riley (30 Units)...............       8,400,000       8,400,000
Kentucky: Fort Knox (178 Units).........      41,000,000      41,000,000
New Mexico: White Sands Missile Range         14,600,000      14,600,000
 (58 Units).............................
Oklahoma:
    Fort Sill (50 Units)................      10,000,000      10,000,000
    Fort Sill (70 Units)................      15,373,000      15,373,000
Virginia: Fort Lee (90 Units)...........      18,000,000      18,000,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     220,673,000     220,673,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    The following projects are to be accomplished within the 
amounts provided for construction improvements:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
New York:
    Fort Drum (Privatization 2,272           $52,000,000     $52,000,000
     Units).............................
    USMA (56 Units).....................         530,000         530,000
Pennsylvania: Carlisle Barracks               22,000,000      22,000,000
 (Privatization 316 Units)..............
Texas:
    Fort Bliss (Privatization 2,776           38,000,000      38,000,000
     Units).............................
    Fort Sam Houston (Privatization 926        6,600,000       6,600,000
     Units).............................
Utah:
    Dugway Proving Ground (162 Units)...       8,100,000       8,100,000
    Dugway Proving Ground (29 Units)....       3,200,000       3,200,000
Germany:
    Baumholder (112 Units)..............      11,600,000      11,600,000
    Baumholder (96 Units)...............      14,000,000      14,000,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     156,030,000     156,030,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                 Family Housing, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,235,604,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,036,971,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,033,386,000

    The Committee recommends $1,033,386,000 for family housing, 
Navy and Marine Corps, in fiscal year 2004. This amount is 
$3,585,000 below the fiscal year 2004 budget request.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee recommends $155,366,000 for new construction, 
as shown below:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
California: Lemoore (187 Units).........     $41,585,000     $41,585,000
Florida: Pensacola (25 Units)...........       3,197,000       3,197,000
North Carolina:
    Camp Lejeune (161 Units)............      21,537,000      21,537,000
    Camp Lejeune (358 Units)............      46,244,000      46,244,000
    Cherry Point (339 Units)............      42,803,000      42,803,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     155,366,000     155,366,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    The following projects are to be accomplished within the 
amounts provided for construction improvements:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Arizona: Yuma (Privatization 821 Units).     $12,654,000     $12,654,000
California: Lemoore (3 Units)...........         331,000         331,000
Maryland: Annapolis (51 Units)..........       6,737,000       6,737,000
Japan: Iwakuni (44 Units)...............         724,000         724,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................      20,446,000      20,446,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       Family Housing, Air Force

Appropriations, 2003....................................  $1,540,892,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................   1,472,186,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,462,494,000

    The Committee recommends $1,462,494,000 for family housing, 
Air Force, in fiscal year 2004, which is $9,692,000 below the 
budget request.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee recommends $399,598,000 for new construction, 
as requested, as shown below:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Arizona: Davis Monthan AFB (93 Units)...     $19,357,000     $19,357,000
California: Travis AFB (56 Units).......      12,723,000      12,723,000
Delaware: Dover AFB (112 Units).........      19,601,000      19,601,000
Florida: Eglin AFB (279 Units)..........      32,166,000      32,166,000
Idaho: Mountain Home AFB (186 Units)....      37,126,000      37,126,000
Maryland: Andrews AFB (50 Units)........      20,233,000      20,233,000
Missouri: Whiteman AFB (100 Units)......      18,221,000      18,221,000
Montana: Malmstrom AFB (94 Units).......      19,368,000      19,368,000
North Carolina: Seymour Johnson AFB (138      18,336,000      18,336,000
 Units).................................
North Dakota:
    Grand Forks AFB (144 Units).........      29,550,000      29,550,000
    Minot AFB (200 Units)...............      41,117,000      41,117,000
South Dakota: Ellsworth AFB (75 Units)..      16,240,000      16,240,000
Texas:
    Dyess AFB (116 Units)...............      19,973,000      19,973,000
    Randolph AFB (96 Units).............      13,754,000      13,754,000
Korea: Osan AB (111 Units)..............      44,765,000      44,765,000
Portugal: Lajes Field (42 Units)........      13,428,000      13,428,000
United Kingdom: RAF Lakenheath (89            23,640,000      23,640,000
 Units).................................
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     399,598,000     399,598,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    The following projects are to be accomplished within the 
amounts provided for construction improvements:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Arizona: Luke AFB (Privatization 874             ( \1\ )         ( \1\ )
 Units).................................
California: Los Angeles AFB (279 Units).     $19,483,000     $19,483,000
Hawaii: Hickam AFB (90 Units)...........      26,955,000      26,955,000
Oklahoma:
    Altus AFB (Privatization 966 Units).       3,093,000       3,093,000
    Tinker AFB (Privatization 730 Units)      14,338,000      14,338,000
South Carolina: Shaw AFB (Privatization        3,087,000       3,087,000
 1,702 Units)...........................
Texas: Sheppard AFB (Privatization 1,288      17,736,000      17,736,000
 Units).................................
Washington: McChord AFB (Privatization           ( \1\ )         ( \1\ )
 950 Units).............................
Wyoming: FE Warren AFB (Privatization          5,391,000       5,391,000
 265 Units).............................
Germany: Ramstein AB (216 Units)........      62,211,000      62,211,000
Guam: Andersen AFB (165 Units)..........      24,456,000      24,456,000
Japan:
    Kadena AB (122 Units)...............      24,224,000      24,224,000
        Install Government Furnished             565,000         565,000
         Materials......................
    Misawa AB, Install Government                405,000         405,000
     Furnished Materials................
    Yokota AB, (263 Units)..............      26,035,000      26,035,000
Funded from Prior Year Savings..........      -4,000,000      -4,000,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     223,979,000     223,979,000
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\1\ No cost to the government privatization.

                      Family Housing, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2003....................................     $49,875,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................      50,090,000
Committee recommendation................................      50,090,000

    The Committee recommends $50,090,000 for family housing, 
Defense-wide, in fiscal year 2004. This amount is equal to the 
budget request. Specific details are included in the tables at 
the end of the report.

                    Family Housing Improvement Fund

Appropriations, 2003....................................      $2,000,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................         300,000
Committee recommendation................................         300,000

    The Committee recommends $300,000 for the Family Housing 
Improvement Fund. This amount is equal to the budget request.

             Base Realignment and Closure Account Overview

    The Congress has appropriated a net total of 
$22,587,164,000 for the Base Realignment and Closure [BRAC] 
program for fiscal years 1990 through 2003. For fiscal year 
2004, the Committee recommends $370,427,000, an amount equal to 
the budget request, with the explicit understanding that the 
appropriated funds are to be supplemented in fiscal year 2004 
with $21,300,000 in prior year unobligated balances and 
$68,000,000 in land sale revenue, as proposed by the 
Department.
    In appropriating these funds, the Committee continues to 
provide the Department with the flexibility to allocate funds 
by Service, by function, and by installation. The Committee 
recognizes the complexity of the base realignment and closure 
process, and particularly of the environmental clean up 
requirements, and believes that it is important to give the 
Department a significant degree of flexibility in order to 
execute the program efficiently.
    The following table displays the total amount appropriated 
for each round of base closure, including amounts recommended 
for fiscal year 2004.

                                          BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE
                           [Total funding, fiscal year 1990 through fiscal year 2004]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       Fiscal year 1990                      Fiscal year 2004
                                        through fiscal    Fiscal year 2003      Committee            Total
                                          year 2002           enacted          recommended
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Part I..............................     $2,684,557,000            ( \1\ )            ( \1\ )     $2,684,557,000
Part II.............................      4,915,636,000            ( \1\ )            ( \1\ )      4,915,636,000
Part III............................      7,269,267,000            ( \1\ )            ( \1\ )      7,269,267,000
Part IV.............................      7,156,566,000       $561,138,000       $370,427,000      8,088,131,000
                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................     22,026,026,000        561,138,000        370,427,000     22,957,591,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Not Applicable.

    Since the start of the current process for Base Realignment 
and Closure, Military Construction Appropriations Acts have 
appropriated a net total of $22,587,164,000 for the entire 
program for fiscal years 1990 through 2003. The total amount 
appropriated combined with the Committee recommendation for 
fiscal year 2004 Base Realignment and Closure is 
$22,957,591,000.

             BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV

Appropriations, 2003....................................    $561,138,000
Budget estimate, 2004...................................     370,427,000
Committee recommendation................................     370,427,000

    The Committee recommends a total of $370,427,000 for the 
base realignment and closure account, part IV. This is a 
decrease of $190,711,000 from the fiscal year 2003 
appropriation. However, the fiscal year 2004 BRAC budget also 
assumes an additional $21,300,000 from prior year unobligated 
balances and $68,000,000 from Navy land sale revenue, which is 
to be used to increase the Navy's BRAC budget. With the 
additional monies, the funding for BRAC environmental cleanup 
and caretaker costs totals $459,727,000. The Military 
Departments have assured the Committee that this level of 
funding is adequate to address urgent BRAC requirements for 
fiscal year 2004.
    Expeditious cleanup of environmental contaminants at closed 
or realigned bases remains a priority of the Committee. In the 
past two years, the Committee has been able to increase 
appropriations over the President's budget request to expedite 
environmental cleanup. This year, the Department anticipates 
that revenue from land sales will significantly supplement the 
BRAC budget request, and will enable the Department to meet or 
exceed its requirements for fiscal year 2004 BRAC environmental 
remediation.
    The Navy, for example, recently completed the public sale 
of approximately 235 acres at the former Marine Corps Air 
Station at Tustin, California. According to the Navy, the sale 
generated $208,500,000 in revenue, about four times as much as 
all previous Navy BRAC property sales. The Committee commends 
the Navy for pursuing public land sales where circumstances 
permit to complement and enhance the public benefit and 
economic development conveyance program.
    Existing statutes require BRAC land sale revenue to be 
deposited into the Department of Defense BRAC account, which 
funds BRAC activities for all of the military services and 
defense agencies. To ensure equity and provide an incentive for 
the military services to pursue public sales of BRAC property 
when warranted, the Committee directs the Department of Defense 
to apply BRAC land sale revenue to the Military Department that 
earned the revenue to be used to accelerate environmental 
cleanup of that Department's remaining BRAC sites. The 
Committee intends for the revenue from land sales to be used to 
supplement, not offset, funds appropriated by Congress to the 
BRAC account.
    As the Department prepares to undertake a new round of BRAC 
in fiscal year 2005, it is imperative that the environmental 
cleanup of sites that were closed or realigned under previous 
BRAC rounds be completed as expeditiously as possible. The 
Navy's BRAC budget for fiscal year 2004, including $68,000,000 
in land sale revenue and unobligated balances from previous 
years, totals $180,600,000. However, the Navy estimates that it 
could execute an additional $250,000,000 in fiscal year 2004 
for environmental cleanup. Likewise, the Air Force could 
execute $64,700,000 in environmental cleanup projects in fiscal 
year 2004 above its budget allocation of $198,700,000. The Army 
estimates that it could execute $42,400,000 for BRAC clean up 
in fiscal year 2004 in addition to its budget allocation of 
$67,500,000.
    Clearly, the backlog of BRAC environmental remediation 
requirements continues to be a problem for the Department, and 
for the communities in which the contaminated property is 
located. The Committee intends to monitor carefully the 
effectiveness of using BRAC land sale revenues to accelerate 
the cleanup process. In the meantime, the Committee directs the 
Department to provide sufficient resources in future budget 
requests to expedite the environmental cleanup of existing BRAC 
property.

                           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 by the Defense 
Department, and new provisions. The Committee recommendations 
are as follows:
    Sec. 101. Restricts payments under a cost-plus-a-fixed-fee 
contract for work, except in cases of contracts for 
environmental restoration at base closure sites.
    Sec. 102. Permits use of funds for hire of passenger motor 
vehicles.
    Sec. 103. Permits use of funds for defense access roads.
    Sec. 104. Prohibits construction of new bases inside the 
continental United States for which specific appropriations 
have not been made.
    Sec. 105. Limits the use of funds for purchase of land or 
land easements.
    Sec. 106. Prohibits the use of funds to acquire land, 
prepare a site, or install utilities for any family housing 
except housing for which funds have been made available.
    Sec. 107. Limits the use of minor construction funds to 
transfer or relocate activities among installations.
    Sec. 108. Prohibits the procurement of steel unless 
American producers, fabricators, and manufacturers have been 
allowed to compete.
    Sec. 109. Prohibits payments of real property taxes in 
foreign nations.
    Sec. 110. Prohibits construction of new bases overseas 
without prior notification.
    Sec. 111. Establishes a threshold for American preference 
of $500,000 relating to architect and engineering services.
    Sec. 112. Establishes preference for American contractors 
for military construction in the United States territories and 
possessions in the Pacific, and on Kwajalein Atoll, or in the 
Arabian Sea.
    Sec. 113. Requires notification of military exercises 
involving construction in excess of $100,000.
    Sec. 114. Limits obligations during the last 2 months of 
the year.
    Sec. 115. Permits funds appropriated in prior years to be 
available for construction authorized during the current 
session of Congress.
    Sec. 116. Permits the use of expired or lapsed funds to pay 
the cost of supervision for any project being completed with 
lapsed funds.
    Sec. 117. Permits obligation of funds from more than 1 
fiscal year to execute a construction project, provided that 
the total obligation for such project is consistent with the 
total amount appropriated for the project.
    Sec. 118. Allows expired funds to be transferred to the 
``Foreign currency fluctuations, construction, defense'' 
account.
    Sec. 119. Directs the Department to report annually on 
actions taken to encourage other nations to assume a greater 
share of the common defense budget.
    Sec. 120. Allows transfer of proceeds from earlier base 
realignment and closure accounts to the continuing base 
realignment and closure accounts.
    Sec. 121. Permits the transfer of funds from Family Housing 
Construction accounts to the DOD Family Housing Improvement 
Fund.
    Sec. 122. Restricts the use of funds for the Partnership 
for Peace Program.
    Sec. 123. Requires the Secretary of Defense to notify the 
congressional defense committees of all family housing 
privatization solicitations and agreements which contain any 
clause providing consideration for base realignment and 
closure, force reductions and extended deployments.
    Sec. 124. Provides transfer authority to the Homeowners 
Assistance Program.
    Sec. 125. Requires that all Military Construction 
Appropriations Acts be the sole funding source of all operation 
and maintenance for family housing, including flag and general 
officer quarters, and limits the repair on flag and general 
officer quarters to $35,000 per year without prior notification 
to the defense committees.
    Sec. 126. Limits funds from being transferred from this 
appropriation measure into any new instrumentality without 
authority from an appropriation Act.
    Sec. 127. Prohibits funds appropriated for the North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization Security Investment Program from 
being obligated or expended for the purpose of missile defense 
studies.
    Sec. 128. Establishes a commission to review the overseas 
military facility structure of the United States and provide a 
report of its findings to the President and Congress no later 
than August 30, 2004.

  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.''
    The Committee bill as recommended contains no such 
provisions.

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

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, on June 26, 2003, 
the Committee ordered reported an original Military 
Construction Appropriations bill, 2004, subject to amendment 
and subject to its budget allocations, by a recorded vote of 
29-0, a quorum being present. The vote was as follows:
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman Stevens
Mr. Cochran
Mr. Specter
Mr. Domenici
Mr. Bond
Mr. McConnell
Mr. Burns
Mr. Shelby
Mr. Gregg
Mr. Bennett
Mr. Campbell
Mr. Craig
Mrs. Hutchison
Mr. DeWine
Mr. Brownback
Mr. Byrd
Mr. Inouye
Mr. Hollings
Mr. Leahy
Mr. Harkin
Ms. Mikulski
Mr. Reid
Mr. Kohl
Mrs. Murray
Mr. Dorgan
Mrs. Feinstein
Mr. Durbin
Mr. Johnson
Ms. Landrieu

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

    Paragraph 12 of rule XXVI requires that Committee reports 
on a bill or joint resolution repealing or amending any statute 
or part of any statute include ``(a) the text of the statute or 
part thereof which is proposed to be repealed; and (b) a 
comparative print of that part of the bill or joint resolution 
making the amendment and of the statute or part thereof 
proposed to be amended, showing by stricken-through type and 
italics, parallel columns, or other appropriate typographical 
devices the omissions and insertions which would be made by the 
bill or joint resolution if enacted in the form recommended by 
the committee.''
    The Committee bill as recommended contains no such 
provisions.

            MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT LISTING BY LOCATION
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                Committee    Change from
   Installation and project        Budget       recommen-      budget
                                   request       dation       estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
            ALABAMA

ARMY: REDSTONE ARSENAL:               5,500         5,500   ............
 VIBRATION DYNAMIC TEST
 FACILITY.....................
AIR FORCE: MAXWELL AFB:              13,400        13,400   ............
 SQUADRON OFFICER COLLEGE
 DORMITORY (PHASE III)........
DEFENSE-WIDE: REDSTONE          ............       20,000       +20,000
 ARSENAL: ADMIN/OPS COMPLEX,
 MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY PH III
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    FORT MC CLELLAN: FIRE             1,873         1,873   ............
     STATION..................
    FORT PAYNE: READINESS             3,648         3,648   ............
     CENTER ADDITION/
     ALTERATION...............
    MOBILE: ARMED FORCES              2,943         2,943   ............
     RESERVE CENTER (PHASE II)
    SPRINGVILLE: READINESS            3,365         3,365   ............
     CENTER ADDITION/
     ALTERATION...............
    VINCENT: READINESS CENTER         3,353         3,353   ............
     ADDITION/ALTERATION......
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ALABAMA..........       34,082        54,082       +20,000

            ALASKA

ARMY:
    FORT RICHARDSON:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--D          33,000        33,000   ............
         STREET (PHASE III)...
        BARRACKS..............  ............        8,200        +8,200
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE     ............        2,500        +2,500
         SHOP.................
    FORT WAINWRIGHT:
        ALERT HOLDING AREA           32,000        32,000   ............
         FACILITY.............
        AMMUNITION SUPPLY            10,600        10,600   ............
         POINT UPGRADE........
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           21,500        21,500   ............
         LUZON AVENUE.........
        MILITARY OPERATIONS ON       11,200        11,200   ............
         URBAN TERRAIN
         FACILITY.............
        MULTI-PURPOSE TRAINING       47,000        47,000   ............
         RANGE COMPLEX........
        PALLET PROCESSING            16,500        16,500   ............
         FACILITY.............
AIR FORCE:
    EIELSON AFB:
        DORMITORY.............       13,914        13,914   ............
        JOINT SECURITY FORCES   ............       15,800       +15,800
         COMPLEX..............
        REPAIR/EXPAND ENROUTE        19,060        19,060   ............
         RAMP.................
    ELMENDORF AFB: MAINTENANCE        2,000         2,000   ............
     FACILITY.................
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    EIELSON AFB: REPLACE             17,000        17,000   ............
     HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM......
    FORT WAINWRIGHT: HOSPITAL        71,600        71,600   ............
     REPLACEMENT (PHASE V)....
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: JUNEAU:    ............        3,100        +3,100
 ORGANIZATION MAINTENANCE SHOP
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ALASKA...........      295,374       324,974       +29,600

            ARIZONA

NAVY:
    YUMA MARINE CORPS AIR
     STATION:
        AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE         14,250        14,250   ............
         HANGAR...............
        STATION ORDNANCE AREA         7,980         7,980   ............
         (PHASE II)...........
AIR FORCE:
    DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB:
        C-130 APRON/SHOULDERS.        1,954         1,954   ............
        HH-60 SQUADRON                6,004         6,004   ............
         OPERATIONS/AIRCRAFT
         MAINT UNIT...........
        MISSION READY SUPPLY          1,906         1,906   ............
         PARTS WAREHOUSE......
    LUKE AIR FORCE BASE: LAND   ............       14,300       +14,300
     ACQUISITION MODIFICATION.
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ARIZONA..........       32,094        46,394       +14,300

           ARKANSAS

AIR FORCE:
    LITTLE ROCK AFB:
        C-130 OPERATIONS              2,478         2,478   ............
         TRAINING FACILITY....
        C-130J ADD/ALTER              1,144         1,144   ............
         HANGAR 280...........
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT       ............        3,750        +3,750
         CENTER...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: WARREN:    ............        3,610        +3,610
 READINESS CENTER.............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ARKANSAS.........        3,622        10,982        +7,360

          CALIFORNIA

NAVY:
    CAMP PENDLETON MARINE
     CORPS BASE:
        BACHELOR ENLISTED            22,930        22,930   ............
         QUARTERS--SAN MATEO..
        TERTIARY SEWAGE              24,960        24,960   ............
         TREATMENT PLANT
         (PHASE II)...........
    CHINA LAKE NAVAL AIR             12,890        12,890   ............
     WARFARE CENTER: AIRFIELD
     PAVEMENTS UPGRADE........
    LEMOORE NAVAL AIR STATION:
        INTEGRATED MAINTENANCE       24,610        24,610   ............
         HANGAR...............
        OPERATIONAL TRAINER           9,900         9,900   ............
         FACILITY.............
    MIRAMAR MARINE CORPS AIR          4,740         4,740   ............
     STATION: AIRCRAFT FIRE
     AND RESCUE STATION.......
    MONTEREY NAVAL                   35,550        35,550   ............
     POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL:
     BACHELOR OFFICER QUARTERS
    NORTH ISLAND NAVAL AIR
     STATION:
        SQUADRON OPERATIONS          35,590        35,590   ............
         FACILITY.............
        TAXIWAY/AIR TRAFFIC          13,650        13,650   ............
         CONTROL TOWER........
    POINT MUGU: AIRCRAFT TEST   ............        3,000        +3,000
     STAND....................
    SAN NICOLAS ISLAND NAVAL          6,150         6,150   ............
     AIR WEAPONS STATION:
     TRANSIENT QUARTERS.......
    SAN CLEMENTE NAVAL AIR           18,940        18,940   ............
     FACILITY: OPERATIONAL
     ACCESS--SHORE BOMBARDMENT
     AREA.....................
    SAN DIEGO: BACHELOR              42,710        42,710   ............
     ENLISTED QUARTERS--
     HOMEPORT ASHORE..........
    TWENTYNINE PALMS:
        BACHELOR ENLISTED            26,100        26,100   ............
         QUARTERS.............
        EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE            2,290         2,290   ............
         OPERATIONS CENTER....
AIR FORCE:
    BEALE AFB:
        GLOBAL HAWK DORMITORY.       13,342        13,342   ............
        GLOBAL HAWK UPGRADE           8,958         8,958   ............
         DOCK.................
    EDWARDS AFB: JOINT STRIKE        19,060        19,060   ............
     FIGHTER COMPLEX (PHASE I)
    LOS ANGELES AFB: AREA B     ............        5,000        +5,000
     MAIN GATE COMPLEX........
    VANDENBERG AFB:                  16,500   ............      -16,500
     CONSOLIDATED FITNESS
     CENTER...................
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    BAKERSFIELD: READINESS            5,495         5,495   ............
     CENTER...................
    LOS ALAMITOS: REPLACE       ............       21,000       +21,000
     UTILITIES INFRASTRUCTURE,
     PHASE I..................
NAVAL RESERVE: NORTH ISLAND          15,973        15,973   ............
 NAVAL AIR STATION: C-40
 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HANGAR..
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, CALIFORNIA.......      360,338       372,838       +12,500

           COLORADO

AIR FORCE:
    BUCKLEY AFB: UPGRADE BASE         6,957         6,957   ............
     INFRASTRUCTURE (PHASE
     III).....................
    PETERSON AFB: ADD/ALTER     ............       10,200       +10,200
     MISSION SUPPORT FACILITY.
    U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY:          21,500        21,500   ............
     HOSPITAL ADDITION/
     ALTERATION...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: FORT       ............        4,500        +4,500
 CARSON: CENTENNIAL TRAINING
 SITE, PHASE II, III (DESIGN).
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: BUCKLEY           6,900         6,900   ............
 AFB: CIVIL ENGINEER COMPLEX..
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, COLORADO.........       35,357        50,057       +14,700

          CONNECTICUT

NAVY: NEW LONDON NAVAL          ............        3,000        +3,000
 SUBMARINE BASE: TOMAHAWK
 MISSILE MAGAZINE.............
DEFENSE-WIDE: NEW LONDON NAVAL        6,400         6,400   ............
 SUBMARINE BASE: DENTAL CLINIC
 REPLACEMENT..................
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    NEWTOWN MILITARY                  2,167         2,167   ............
     RESERVATION: WORKING
     ANIMAL BUILDING..........
    STONE RANCH MILITARY              2,422         2,422   ............
     RESERVATION: FIRE STATION
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, CONNECTICUT......       10,989        13,989        +3,000

           DELAWARE

AIR FORCE: DOVER AFB: AIR       ............        8,500        +8,500
 TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, DELAWARE.........  ............        8,500        +8,500

     DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

NAVY: MARINE BARRACKS, 8TH AND        1,550         1,550   ............
 I: MOTOR TRANSPORT FACILITY
 ADDITION.....................
AIR FORCE: BOLLING AFB: AIR           9,300         9,300   ............
 FORCE CENTRAL ADJUDICATION
 FACILITY.....................
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    WASHINGTON NAVY YARD:            15,714        15,714   ............
     MEDICAL/DENTAL CLINIC
     CONVERSION/RENOVATION....
    WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL          9,000         9,000   ............
     CENTER: HOSPITAL ENERGY
     PLANT ADDITION...........
                               -----------------------------------------
        TOTAL, DISTRICT OF           35,564        35,564   ............
         COLUMBIA.............

            FLORIDA

NAVY:
    BLOUNT ISLAND: LAND             115,711       115,711   ............
     ACQUISITION..............
    JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR            3,190         3,190   ............
     STATION: AIRFIELD
     PERIMETER SECURITY.......
    PANAMA CITY COASTAL               9,550         9,550   ............
     SYSTEMS STATION: LITTORAL
     WARFARE RESEARCH COMPLEX.
    WHITING FIELD NAVAL AIR           4,830         4,830   ............
     STATION: CLEAR ZONE LAND
     ACQUISITION..............
AIR FORCE:
    HURLBURT FIELD:
        AFC2TIG SYSTEM/WARRIOR       19,400        19,400   ............
         SCHOOL COMPLEX.......
        SPECIAL TACTICS               7,800         7,800   ............
         ADVANCED SKILLS
         TRAINING FACILITY....
    PATRICK AFB: SECURITY       ............        8,800        +8,800
     FORCES OPERATIONS
     FACILITY.................
    TYNDALL AFB: F-22 PARKING         6,195         6,195   ............
     APRON/RUNWAY EXTENSION...
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    EGLIN AFB: REPLACE JET            4,800         4,800   ............
     FUEL STORAGE COMPLEX.....
    HURLBURT FIELD:
        REPLACE FUEL PIER.....        3,500         3,500   ............
        AC-130 SQUADRON               6,000         6,000   ............
         OPERATIONS/AIRCRAFT
         MAINT UNIT...........
    MACDILL AFB: ADD/ALTER           25,500        25,500   ............
     BUILDING 501A............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FLORIDA..........      206,476       215,276        +8,800

            GEORGIA

ARMY:
    FORT BENNING: MULTI-             30,000        30,000   ............
     PURPOSE TRAINING RANGE
     COMPLEX..................
    FORT GORDON: TRAINING       ............        4,350        +4,350
     SUPPORT CENTER...........
    FORT STEWART:
        BARRACKS (PHASE I)....       17,000        17,000   ............
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           49,000        49,000   ............
         PERIMETER ROAD.......
        COMMAND AND CONTROL          25,050   ............      -25,050
         FACILITY.............
        PHYSICAL FITNESS             15,500        15,500   ............
         TRAINING CENTER......
NAVY:
    KINGS BAY NAVAL SUBMARINE
     BASE:
        RIFLE RANGE...........        8,170         8,170   ............
        WATERFRONT SECURITY           3,340         3,340   ............
         FORCE FACILITY
         ADDITION.............
AIR FORCE:
    MOODY AFB: C-130            ............        7,600        +7,600
     MAINTENANCE HANGAR.......
    ROBINS AFB:
        CORROSION CONTROL            25,731        25,731   ............
         PAINT FACILITY.......
        J-STARS FLIGHT                2,954         2,954   ............
         SIMULATOR FACILITY...
DEFENSE-WIDE: FORT BENNING:           2,100   ............       -2,100
 PHYSICAL EVALUATION CENTER...
ARMY RESERVE: FORT GILLEM: ORG        7,620         7,620   ............
 MAINT SHOP/DIRECT SUPPORT/
 PARTS WHSE/STORAGE...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, GEORGIA..........      186,465       171,265       -15,200

            HAWAII

ARMY:
    HELEMANO MILITARY
     RESERVATION:
        LAND EASEMENT.........        1,400         1,400   ............
        POHAKULOA TNG AREA      ............       17,000       +17,000
         SADDLE RD ACCESS,
         PHASE III............
    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           49,000        49,000   ............
         CAPRON ROAD (PHASE
         II)..................
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--QUAD       49,000        49,000   ............
         E....................
        INFORMATION SYSTEMS          18,000        18,000   ............
         FACILITY.............
        LAND ACQUISITION......       19,400        19,400   ............
        MISSION SUPPORT              33,000        33,000   ............
         TRAINING FACILITY....
NAVY:
    LUALUALEI NAVAL MAGAZINES:        6,320         6,320   ............
     ORDNANCE HOLDING AREAS...
    PEARL HARBOR:
        PERIMETER SECURITY            7,010         7,010   ............
         LIGHTING.............
        WATERFRONT                   32,180        32,180   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS.........
AIR FORCE:
    HICKAM AFB:
        C-17 CONSOLIDATED             7,529         7,529   ............
         MAINTENANCE COMPLEX..
        C-17 CORROSION CONTROL/      30,400        30,400   ............
         MAINTENANCE FACILITY.
        C-17 FLIGHT SIMULATOR         5,623         5,623   ............
         FACILITY.............
        C-17 KUNTZ GATE AND           3,050         3,050   ............
         ROAD.................
        C-17 SQUADRON                10,674        10,674   ............
         OPERATIONS FACILITY..
        C-17 SUPPORT UTILITIES        4,098         4,098   ............
         (PHASE I)............
        ELECTRICAL              ............        6,800        +6,800
         DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM..
        EXPAND STRATEGIC             10,102        10,102   ............
         AIRLIFT RAMP.........
DEFENSE-WIDE: HICKAM AFB:            14,100        14,100   ............
 REPLACE HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM..
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, HAWAII...........      300,886       324,686       +23,800

             IDAHO

AIR FORCE:
    MOUNTAIN HOME AFB:
        726TH AIR CONTROL       ............        9,800        +9,800
         SQUADRON COMPLEX.....
        FITNESS CENTER                5,337         5,337   ............
         ADDITION.............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, IDAHO........        5,337        15,137        +9,800

           ILLINOIS

NAVY:
    GREAT LAKES NAVAL TRAINING
     CENTER:
        BATTLE STATION               13,200        13,200   ............
         TRAINING FACILITY
         (PHASE I)............
        RECRUIT BARRACKS......       31,600        31,600   ............
        RECRUIT BARRACKS......       34,130        34,130   ............
AIR FORCE: SCOTT AFB: SHILOH          1,900         1,900   ............
 GATE.........................
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:            ............        3,750        +3,750
 GALESBURG: READINESS CENTER..
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ILLINOIS.........       80,830        84,580        +3,750

            INDIANA

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CAMP ATTERBURY: READINESS         2,849         2,849   ............
     CENTER ADDITION..........
    ELKHART: READINESS CENTER         1,770         1,770   ............
     ADDITION.................
    GARY:
        LIMITED AVIATION        ............       15,581       +15,581
         SUPPORT FACILITY.....
        READINESS CENTER              1,417         1,417   ............
         ADDITION.............
    SOUTH BEND: READINESS             1,496         1,496   ............
     CENTER ADDITION..........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, INDIANA..........        7,532        23,113       +15,581

             IOWA

AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    SIOUX CITY: UPGRADE         ............        2,000        +2,000
     RUNWAYS/TAXIWAYS PHASE II
    SIOUX GATEWAY AIRPORT: KC-        6,091         6,091   ............
     135 FIRE CRASH/RESCUE
     STATION..................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, IOWA.............        6,091         8,091        +2,000

            KANSAS

ARMY:
    FORT LEAVENWORTH: LEWIS          28,000        28,000   ............
     AND CLARK INSTRUCTIONAL
     FACILITY (PHASE I).......
    FORT RILEY:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           40,000        40,000   ............
         GRAVES STREET........
        COMBINED ARMS           ............       13,600       +13,600
         COLLECTIVE TRAINING
         FACILITY PH II.......
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: KANSAS           2,982         2,982   ............
 CITY: READINESS CENTER
 ADDITION/ALTERATION..........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, KANSAS...........       70,982        84,582       +13,600

           KENTUCKY

ARMY:
    FORT CAMPBELL: BARRACKS          49,000        49,000   ............
     COMPLEX--RANGE ROAD
     (PHASE II)...............
    FORT KNOX:
        DINING FACILITY.......  ............       10,000       +10,000
    MODIFIED RECORD FIRE RANGE        3,500         3,500   ............
DEFENSE-WIDE: FORT CAMPBELL:          7,800         7,800   ............
 FLIGHT SIMULATOR FACILITY....
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    GREENVILLE: FIRE STATION..        2,238         2,238   ............
    MAYSVILLE: READINESS              4,997         4,997   ............
     CENTER...................
    RICHMOND: READINESS CENTER          756           756   ............
     ADDITION.................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, KENTUCKY.........       68,291        78,291       +10,000

           LOUISIANA

ARMY:
    FORT POLK:
        AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE         34,000        34,000   ............
         HANGAR...............
        ALERT HOLDING AREA            8,400         8,400   ............
         FACILITY.............
        ARMS STORAGE FACILITY.        1,350         1,350   ............
        MISSION TRAINING             27,000        27,000   ............
         SUPPORT FACILITY.....
        SHOOT HOUSE...........        1,250         1,250   ............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:                 18,579        18,579   ............
 PINEVILLE: CONSOLIDATED
 MAINTENANCE FACILITY (PHASE
 I)...........................
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: NAS/JRB     ............        6,300        +6,300
 NEW ORLEANS: VEHICLE
 MAINTENANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 FACILITY.....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, LOUISIANA........       90,579        96,879        +6,300

             MAINE

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: BANGOR:    ............       14,900       +14,900
 AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY,
 PHASE II.....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MAINE............  ............       14,900       +14,900

           MARYLAND

ARMY:
    ABERDEEN: CHEM/BIO SAMPLE   ............       13,000       +13,000
     RECEPTION FACILITY.......
    FORT MEADE: DINING                9,600         9,600   ............
     FACILITY.................
NAVY:
    INDIAN HEAD NAVAL SURFACE        14,850        14,850   ............
     WARFARE CENTER: WATER
     SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS......
    PATUXENT RIVER NAVAL AIR         24,370        24,370   ............
     WARFARE CENTER: JOINT
     STRIKE FIGHTER TEST AND
     SUPPORT FACILITIES.......
DEFENSE-WIDE: FORT MEADE:             1,842         1,842   ............
 CRITICAL UTILITY CONTROL
 (PHASE II-B).................
ARMY RESERVE: FORT MEADE:            19,710        19,710   ............
 RESERVE CENTER/OMS/WAREHOUSE
 (PHASE I)....................
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    ANDREWS AFB:
        ALTER AIRCRAFT                2,900         2,900   ............
         MAINTENANCE SHOPS....
        HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM...        7,375         7,375   ............
        UPGRADE AIRFIELD                835           835   ............
         PAVEMENTS............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MARYLAND.....       81,482        94,482       +13,000

         MASSACHUSETTS

AIR NATIONAL GUARD: OTIS        ............       11,000       +11,000
 (FALMOUTH): FIRE CRASH/RESCUE
 STATION......................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MASSACHUSETTS....  ............       11,000       +11,000

           MICHIGAN

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CALUMET: SINGLE UNIT NG     ............        3,370        +3,370
     READINESS CENTER.........
    JACKSON: READINESS CENTER.        5,591         5,591   ............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    ALPENA: DINING FACILITY...  ............        8,500        +8,500
    SELFRIDGE ANGB:
        JOINT MEDICAL TRAINING  ............        9,600        +9,600
         FACILITY.............
        PASS AND ID/VISITORS    ............        4,000        +4,000
         CENTER...............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MICHIGAN.....        5,591        31,061       +25,470

           MINNESOTA

AIR NATIONAL GUARD: DULUTH:     ............        9,000        +9,000
 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE FACILITY
 MODERNIZATION................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MINNESOTA........  ............        9,000        +9,000

          MISSISSIPPI

NAVY: MERIDIAN NAVAL AIR              4,570         4,570   ............
 STATION: FIRE AND RESCUE
 STATION......................
AIR FORCE:
    COLUMBUS AFB: AIR TRAFFIC   ............        5,500        +5,500
     CONTROL TOWER............
    KEESLER AFB: CHILD          ............        2,900        +2,900
     DEVELOPMENT CENTER.......
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CAMP SHELBY: REGIONAL             7,733         7,733   ............
     MILITARY EDUCATIONAL
     CENTER (PHASE  I)........
    GULFPORT: ORGANIZATIONAL    ............        4,650        +4,650
     MAINTENANCE SHOPS........
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP              7,409         7,409   ............
 SHELBY: C-17 ASSAULT RUNWAY..
AIR FORCE RESERVE: KEESLER            6,650         6,650   ............
 AFB: FUEL CELL MAINTENANCE
 HANGAR.......................
NAVAL RESERVE: PASCAGOULA:      ............        6,100        +6,100
 LITTORAL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
 FAC- ILITY...................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MISSISSIPPI......       26,362        45,512       +19,150

           MISSOURI

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: KANSAS           4,947         4,947   ............
 CITY: READINESS CENTER.......
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: ROSECRANS   ............        8,000        +8,000
 FIELD: AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
 TRAINING COMPLEX.............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MISSOURI.........        4,947        12,947        +8,000

            MONTANA

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    BILLINGS: ORGANIZATIONAL          1,209         1,209   ............
     MAINTENANCE SHOP ADDITION
    KALISPELL:
        ARMED FORCES RESERVE    ............        9,020        +9,020
         CENTER...............
        ORGANIZATIONAL                  706           706   ............
         MAINTENANCE SHOP
         ADDITION.............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MONTANA..........        1,915        10,935        +9,020

           NEBRASKA

DEFENSE-WIDE: OFFUTT AFB:            13,400        13,400   ............
 REPLACE HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM..
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CAMP ASHLAND: CONSTRUCT     ............        3,000        +3,000
     FRONTAGE LEVEE SEGMENT...
    COLUMBUS: READINESS CENTER          618           618   ............
     ADDITION/ALTERATION......
    NORFOLK: FIRE STATION.....        1,068         1,068   ............
    OMAHA:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER     ............        3,100        +3,100
         LAND ACQUISITION.....
        READINESS CENTER......        5,804         5,804   ............
    YORK: READINESS CENTER              758           758   ............
     ALTERATION...............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEBRASKA.........       21,648        27,748        +6,100

            NEVADA

NAVY: FALLON NAVAL AIR          ............        4,700        +4,700
 STATION: HIGH EXPLOSIVE
 MAGAZINES....................
AIR FORCE: NELLIS AFB: VEHICLE  ............       11,800       +11,800
 MAINTENANCE COMPLEX..........
DEFENSE-WIDE: NELLIS AFB:            12,800        12,800   ............
 HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM..........
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: RENO:       ............        9,000        +9,000
 REPLACE COMMUNICATION AND
 SECURITY FORCES FACILITY.....
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEVADA...........       12,800        38,300       +25,500

         NEW HAMPSHIRE

AIR NATIONAL GUARD: PEASE ANG   ............        6,100        +6,100
 BASE: FIRE STATION...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEW HAMPSHIRE....  ............        6,100        +6,100

          NEW JERSEY

NAVY:
    EARLE NAVAL WEAPONS              26,740        26,740   ............
     STATION: GENERAL PURPOSE
     BERTHING PIER REPLACEMENT
    LAKEHURST NAVAL AIR              20,681        20,681   ............
     WARFARE CENTER:
     ELECTROMAGNETIC AIRCRAFT
     LAUNCHING SYSTEM FACILITY
AIR FORCE:
    MCGUIRE AFB:
        C-17 MAINTENANCE              6,862         6,862   ............
         TRAINING DEVICE
         FACILITY.............
        C-17 ROADS AND                4,765         4,765   ............
         UTILITIES............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NEW JERSEY...       59,048        59,048   ............

          NEW MEXICO

AIR FORCE:
    CANNON AFB:
        AEROSPACE GROUND        ............        7,700        +7,700
         EQUIPMENT COMPLEX....
        INSTALL APPROACH        ............        1,300        +1,300
         LIGHTS, RUNWAY 13....
    TULAROSA RADAR TEST SITE:         3,600         3,600   ............
     UPGRADE RADAR TEST
     FACILITY.................
    KIRTLAND AFB: ARSENIC             6,957         6,957   ............
     TREATMENT SYSTEMS........
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:                  2,533         2,533   ............
 ALBUQUERQUE: READINESS CENTER
 ADDITION/ALTERATION..........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEW MEXICO.......       13,090        22,090        +9,000

           NEW YORK

ARMY:
    FORT DRUM:
        BARRACKS--10200 AREA..       22,500        22,500   ............
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           49,000        49,000   ............
         WHEELER SACK AAF
         (PHASE I)............
        MOUNTAIN RAMP                11,000        11,000   ............
         EXPANSION............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    ROCHESTER: READINESS              4,332         4,332   ............
     CENTER ADDITION/
     ALTERATION...............
    UTICA: ORGANIZATIONAL             3,261         3,261   ............
     MAINTENANCE SHOP.........
AIR FORCE RESERVE: NIAGRA ARS:  ............        9,600        +9,600
 VISITING AIRMAN'S QUARTERS...
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEW YORK.........       90,093        99,693        +9,600

        NORTH CAROLINA

ARMY:
    FORT BRAGG:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           47,000        47,000   ............
         BASTOGNE DRIVE (PHASE
         I)...................
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           38,000        38,000   ............
         BUTNER ROAD (PHASE
         IV)..................
        BARRACKS-D AREA (PHASE       17,000        17,000   ............
         IV)..................
NAVY:
    CAMP LEJEUNE MARINE CORPS
     BASE:
        CONSOLIDATED ARMORIES.       10,270        10,270   ............
        HEADQUARTERS AND              6,300         6,300   ............
         ACADEMIC INSTRUCTION
         FACILITY.............
        OPERATIONS AND               12,880        12,880   ............
         TRAINING FACILITIES..
    MCAS CHERRY POINT: LAND     ............        1,270        +1,270
     ACQUISITION..............
    NEW RIVER MARINE CORPS AIR        6,240         6,240   ............
     STATION: WATER TREATMENT
     FAC- ILITY...............
AIR FORCE:
    POPE AFB:
        C-130J 2-BAY HANGAR...       15,629        15,629   ............
        C-130J UPGRADE HANGAR         2,716         2,716   ............
         6....................
        C-130J/30 RAMP UPGRADE        1,239         1,239   ............
        C-130J/30 TECH                4,431         4,431   ............
         TRAINING FACILITY....
    SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB:
        BOUNDARY FENCE........        1,500         1,500   ............
        DORMITORIES...........        9,530         9,530   ............
        FIRE/CRASH RESCUE       ............       11,400       +11,400
         STATIONS.............
DEFENSE-WIDE: CAMP LEJEUNE:          15,259        15,259   ............
 NEW MAINSIDE PRIMARY SCHOOL..
    FORT BRAGG:
        BATTALION AND COMPANY         4,200         4,200   ............
         HEADQUARTERS.........
        COMPANY OPERATIONS            1,500         1,500   ............
         FACILITY ADDITION....
        JOINT OPERATIONS             19,700        19,700   ............
         COMPLEX..............
        MAZE AND FACADE.......        2,400         2,400   ............
        TRAINING COMPLEX......        8,500         8,500   ............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    ASHEVILLE: READINESS              6,251         6,251   ............
     CENTER...................
    LENOIR: READINESS CENTER..        5,184         5,184   ............
    MORRISVILLE: FIRE STATION.        1,306         1,306   ............
    SALISBURY: FIRE STATION...          926           926   ............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NORTH CAROLINA...      237,961       250,631       +12,670

         NORTH DAKOTA

AIR FORCE:
    MINOT AFB:
        ADD/ALTER MISSILE             3,050         3,050   ............
         MAINTENANCE VEHICLE
         FACILITY.............
        FITNESS CENTER........  ............        9,500        +9,500
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: BISMARCK:        1,873         1,873   ............
 READINESS CENTER ADDITION....
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NORTH DAKOTA.....        4,923        14,423        +9,500

             OHIO

AIR FORCE: WRIGHT-PATTERSON          10,500        10,500   ............
 AFB: DORMITORY...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP       ............        5,560        +5,560
 SHERMAN, CHILLICOTHE:
 READINESS CENTER.............
ARMY RESERVE: CLEVELAND:             21,595        21,595   ............
 RESERVE CENTER/OMS/AMSA/
 STORAGE......................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OHIO.............       32,095        37,655        +5,560

           OKLAHOMA

ARMY:
    FORT SILL:
        CONSOLIDATED                 13,000        13,000   ............
         MAINTENANCE COMPLEX
         (PHASE II)...........
        MODIFIED RECORD FIRE          3,500         3,500   ............
         RANGE................
AIR FORCE:
    ALTUS AFB: C-17 MODIFY            1,144         1,144   ............
     SIMULATOR BAYS...........
    TINKER AFB:
        BUILDING 3001                19,060        19,060   ............
         REVITALIZATION (PHASE
         I)...................
        CONSOLIDATED            ............        7,500        +7,500
         INTEGRATION SUPPORT
         FACILITY.............
    VANCE AFB: CONSOLIDATED     ............       15,000       +15,000
     LOGISTICS COMPLEX........
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OKLAHOMA.....       36,704        59,204       +22,500

            OREGON

AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    PORTLAND IAP:
        ALTER FLIGHTLINE              2,900         2,900   ............
         FACILITIES...........
        FIRE/CRASH RESCUE             4,300         4,300   ............
         STATION..............
        HYDRANT REFUELING             3,050         3,050   ............
         SYSTEM (PHASE II)....
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OREGON.......       10,250        10,250   ............

         PENNSYLVANIA

NAVY: PHILADELPHIA FOUNDRY:     ............       10,200       +10,200
 UPGRADE LARGE PROPELLER SHOP
 BLDG 546.....................
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    HARRISBURG IAP: C130J             3,000         3,000   ............
     EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
     FACILITY.................
    NEW CUMBERLAND DEFENSE           27,000        27,000   ............
     DISTRIBUTION DEPOT:
     REPLACE GENERAL PURPOSE
     WAREHOUSES...............
                               -----------------------------------------
        TOTAL, PENNSYLVANIA...       30,000        40,200       +10,200

         RHODE ISLAND

NAVY:
    NEWPORT NAVAL STATION:
        BACHELOR ENLISTED            16,140        16,140   ............
         QUARTERS REPLACEMENT.
        IMPROVE GATE I          ............        2,550        +2,550
         SECURITY.............
        UNDERWATER WEAPON            10,890        10,890   ............
         SYSTEMS LABORATORY...
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: QUONSET          18,500        18,500   ............
 STATE AIRPORT: REPLACE
 COMPOSITE AIRCRAFT
 MAINTENANCE COMPLEX..........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, RHODE ISLAND.....       45,530        48,080        +2,550

        SOUTH CAROLINA

AIR FORCE:
    CHARLESTON AFB: DORMITORY.        8,863         8,863   ............
    SHAW AFB: DEPLOYMENT        ............        8,500        +8,500
     PROCESSING CENTER........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SOUTH CAROLINA...        8,863        17,363        +8,500

         SOUTH DAKOTA

AIR FORCE: ELLSWORTH AFB: B-1   ............        9,300        +9,300
 WEAPONS SYSTEM TRAINING
 FACILITY.....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SOUTH DAKOTA.....  ............        9,300        +9,300

           TENNESSEE

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:            ............        8,100        +8,100
 NASHVILLE: READINESS CENTER,
 PHASE I......................
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    MEMPHIS INTERNATIONAL       ............        5,000        +5,000
     AIRPORT: C-5 MAINTENANCE
     SHOPS CONVERSION.........
    NASHVILLE: COMPOSITE        ............       11,000       +11,000
     AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
     COMPLEX, PHASE  II.......
    MCGHEE-TYSON: FIRE STATION/ ............        6,000        +6,000
     SECURITY FORCES FACILITY.
ARMY RESERVE: NASHVILLE:              8,955         8,955   ............
 RESERVE CENTER/OMS/UNHEATED
 STORAGE......................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TENNESSEE........        8,955        39,055       +30,100

             TEXAS

ARMY:
    FORT HOOD:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--67TH       47,000        47,000   ............
         ST AND BATTALION AVE.
        URBAN ASSAULT COURSE..        2,800         2,800   ............
NAVY: CORPUS CHRISTI NAVAL AIR  ............        7,070        +7,070
 STATION: NS INGLESIDE:
 HEADQUARTERS, MINE WARFARE
 COMMAND......................
AIR FORCE:
    GOODFELLOW AFB:
        FIRE TRAINING                 1,863         1,863   ............
         CLASSROOM FACILITY...
        STUDENT DORMITORY.....       18,107        18,107   ............
    LACKLAND AFB:
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT       ............        8,700        +8,700
         CENTER PHASE II......
        STUDENT DORMITORY.....       20,966        20,966   ............
        STUDENT DORMITORY.....       35,260        35,260   ............
    RANDOLPH AFB:
        FITNESS CENTER........  ............       13,600       +13,600
        STUDENT DORMITORY.....       28,590        28,590   ............
DEFENSE-WIDE: LAUGHLIN AFB:           4,688         4,688   ............
 REPLACE TRUCK FUEL LOADING
 FACILITY.....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TEXAS............      159,274       188,644       +29,370

             UTAH

AIR FORCE:
    HILL AFB:
        AEF DEPLOYMENT CENTER.  ............        5,900        +5,900
        MUNITIONS MAINTENANCE         1,000         1,000   ............
         FACILITY.............
        REPLACE MUNITIONS            13,000        13,000   ............
         STORAGE IGLOOS.......
        SMALL DIAMETER BOMB           1,811         1,811   ............
         STORAGE IGLOOS.......
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, UTAH.........       15,811        21,711        +5,900

            VERMONT

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: SOUTH           23,827        23,827   ............
 BURLINGTON: ARMY AVIATION
 SUPPORT FACILITY.............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:             ............        5,400        +5,400
 BURLINGTON: AIR MOBILIZATION
 FACILITY.....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, VERMONT..........       23,827        29,227        +5,400

           VIRGINIA

ARMY: FORT MYER: VEHICLE              9,000         9,000   ............
 MAINTENANCE FACILITY.........
NAVY:
    ARLINGTON: PHYSICAL               1,970         1,970   ............
     FITNESS CENTER ADDITION..
    DAHLGREN NAVAL SURFACE
     WARFARE CENTER:
        OPERATIONS CENTER            20,520        20,520   ............
         ADDITION.............
        WEAPONS DYNAMIC RDT&E;   ............        3,500        +3,500
         CENTER...............
    LITTLE CREEK NAVAL                3,810         3,810   ............
     AMPHIBIOUS BASE: GATE 1
     IMPROVEMENTS.............
    NORFOLK:
        AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE         36,460        36,460   ............
         HANGAR...............
        BACHELOR ENLISTED            46,730        46,730   ............
         QUARTERS--HOMEPORT
         ASHORE (PHASE II)....
        CRANE/WEIGHT HANDLING        17,770        17,770   ............
         EQUIPMENT SHOP.......
        PIER 11 REPLACEMENT          27,610        27,610   ............
         (PHASE I)............
    QUANTICO MARINE CORPS
     BASE:
        NETWORK OPERATIONS      ............       14,420       +14,420
         CENTER...............
        WEAPONS TRAINING              3,700         3,700   ............
         BATTALION LOAD AND
         TEST FACILITY........
AIR FORCE:
    LANGLEY AFB:
        F-22 CLEAR WATER RINSE        2,383         2,383   ............
         PAD..................
        F-22 SQUADRON                20,013        20,013   ............
         OPERATIONS/AMU/HANGAR
        F-22 VERTICAL WING            2,573         2,573   ............
         TANK STORAGE.........
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    ARLINGTON: PENTAGON              38,086        38,086   ............
     ATHLETIC CENTER
     RESTORATION PROJECT......
    DAM NECK FLEET COMBAT
     TRAINING CENTER:
        MISSION SUPPORT               5,600         5,600   ............
         FACILITY.............
        SMALL ARMS RANGE......        9,681         9,681   ............
        LITTLE CREEK            ............        9,000        +9,000
         OPERATIONS CENTER....
    FORT BELVOIR: DEFENSE            25,700        25,700   ............
     THREAT REDUCTION CENTER
     (PHASE II)...............
    LANGLEY AFB: REPLACE             13,000        13,000   ............
     HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM......
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP        ............        2,500        +2,500
 PENDLETON: TROOP TRAINING
 QUARTERS (RED HORSE).........
NAVAL RESERVE: QUANTICO:              9,497         9,497   ............
 RESERVE CENTER...............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, VIRGINIA.........      294,103       323,523       +29,420

          WASHINGTON

ARMY:
    FORT LEWIS:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--17TH       48,000        48,000   ............
         AND B STREET (PHASE
         III).................
        DEPLOYMENT STAGING            2,650         2,650   ............
         FACILITY.............
        SHOOT HOUSE...........        1,250         1,250   ............
NAVY:
    BANGOR NAVAL SUBMARINE
     BASE:
        SERVICE PIER UPGRADE         33,820        33,820   ............
         AND BUILDING ADDITION
        WATERFRONT SECURITY           6,530         6,530   ............
         FORCE FACILITY.......
    INDIAN ISLAND NAVAL               2,240         2,240   ............
     MAGAZINES: ORDNANCE
     TRANSFER FACILITY........
AIR FORCE: MCCHORD AFB:              19,000        19,000   ............
 UPGRADE MISSION SUPPORT
 CENTER (PHASE II)............
DEFENSE-WIDE: MCCHORD AFB:            8,100         8,100   ............
 BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS......
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP        ............        7,500        +7,500
 MURRAY: RED HORSE MEDICAL TNG
 COM- PLEX....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WASHINGTON.......      121,590       129,090        +7,500

         WEST VIRGINIA

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: ELEANOR:   ............        4,000        +4,000
 ROAD SECURITY FORCE
 PROTECTION MODIFICATION......
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    MARTINSBURG:
        AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL     ............        5,800        +5,800
         TOWER................
        C-5 PARKING APRON, JET  ............       20,000       +20,000
         FUEL STORAGE, HYDRANT
         SYS..................
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WEST VIRGINIA  ............       29,800       +29,800

           WISCONSIN


ARMY RESERVE: FORT MCCOY:       ............        4,340        +4,340
 BATTLE SIMULATION CENTER.....
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WISCONSIN........  ............        4,340        +4,340

            WYOMING

AIR FORCE: F. E. WARREN AFB:    ............       10,000       +10,000
 STORMWATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM
 PHASE I......................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WYOMING..........  ............       10,000       +10,000

            BAHRAIN

NAVY: BAHRAIN NAVAL SUPPORT          18,030        18,030   ............
 ACTIVITY: OPERATIONS CONTROL
 CENTER.......................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BAHRAIN..........       18,030        18,030   ............

            GERMANY

ARMY:
    GRAFENWOEHR:
        BRIGADE COMPLEX--            30,000   ............      -30,000
         BARRACKS AND MAINT/
         SUPPORT..............
        BRIGADE COMPLEX--TROOP       46,000   ............      -46,000
         SUPPORT FACILITIES...
    HEIDELBERG: BARRACKS--           17,000   ............      -17,000
     HEIDELBERG HOSPITAL......
    HOHENFELS: PHYSICAL              13,200   ............      -13,200
     FITNESS TRAINING CENTER..
    VILSECK: BARRACKS COMPLEX        12,100   ............      -12,100
     (PHASE I)................
AIR FORCE:
    RAMSTEIN AB:
        CIVIL ENGINEERING             6,250   ............       -6,250
         MIDFIELD COMPLEX.....
        CONSOLIDATE 1ST COMBAT       19,713        19,713   ............
         COMMUNICATIONS
         SQUADRON (PHASE II)..
        FITNESS CENTER ANNEX..       15,903        15,903   ............
    SPANGDAHLEM AB:
        FIRE STATION ANNEX AND        3,865   ............       -3,865
         TRAINING FACILITY....
        PASSENGER TERMINAL....        1,546   ............       -1,546
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    GRAFENWOEHR:
        DISPENSARY/DENTAL            12,585        12,585   ............
         CLINIC ADDITION/
         ALTERATION...........
        ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE        36,247        18,616       -17,631
         SCHOOL...............
    HEIDELBERG: ELEMENTARY            3,086         3,086   ............
     SCHOOL...................
    STUTTGART: FORWARD STATION       11,400        11,400   ............
     COMPLEX..................
    VILSECK: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL        1,773         1,773   ............
     RENOVATION/ADDITION......
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, GERMANY..........      230,668        83,076      -147,592

             GUAM

NAVY: GUAM: DEFENSE-WIDE:            24,900        24,900   ............
 ANDERSEN AFB: MEDICAL/DENTAL
 CLINIC REPLACEMENT...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, GUAM.............       24,900        24,900   ............

             ITALY

ARMY:
    AVIANO AB:
        JOINT DEPLOYMENT             15,500        15,500   ............
         FACILITY (PHASE I)...
        JOINT DEPLOYMENT             13,000   ............      -13,000
         FACILITY (PHASE II)..
    LIVORNO: VEHICLE                 22,000        22,000   ............
     MAINTENANCE FACILITY.....
NAVY:
    LA MADALENA NAVAL SUPPORT        39,020        39,020   ............
     FACILITY: CONSOLIDATE
     SANTO STEFANO FACILITIES.
    SIGONELLA NAVAL AIR
     STATION:
        BASE OPERATIONS              34,070        34,070   ............
         SUPPORT FACILITIES
         (PHASE I)............
        BASE OPERATIONS              14,679   ............      -14,679
         SUPPORT FACILITIES
         (PHASE II)...........
AIR FORCE:
    AVIANO AB:
        REMOVE AIRFIELD               7,730         7,730   ............
         OBSTRUCTION--SOUTH
         RAMP.................
        MUNITIONS                     5,301         5,301   ............
         ADMINISTRATION
         FACILITY.............
        ZULU ARM/DEARM PAD....          994           994   ............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    SIGONELLA NAVAL AIR              13,969        13,969   ............
     STATION: ELEMENTARY AND
     HIGH SCHOOL ADDITIONS/
     RENOVATIONS..............
    VICENZA: ELEMENTARY AND          16,374        16,374   ............
     HIGH SCHOOL ADDITIONS/
     RENOVATIONS..............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ITALY............      182,637       154,958       -27,679

             KOREA

ARMY:
    CAMP HUMPHREYS:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX......       35,000   ............      -35,000
        BARRACKS COMPLEX......       41,000   ............      -41,000
        BARRACKS COMPLEX......       29,000   ............      -29,000
AIR FORCE:
    KUNSAN AB: UPGRADE                7,059         7,059   ............
     HARDENED AIRCRAFT
     SHELTERS.................
    OSAN AB: DORMITORY........       16,638        16,638   ............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, KOREA............      128,697        23,697      -105,000

           KWAJALEIN

ARMY:
    KWAJALEIN ATOLL: VEHICLE          9,400         9,400   ............
     PAINT AND PREP FACILITY..
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, KWAJALEIN........        9,400         9,400   ............

           PORTUGAL

AIR FORCE: LAJES FIELD: ADD/          4,086         4,086   ............
 ALTER FITNESS CENTER.........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, PORTUGAL.........        4,086         4,086   ............

            TURKEY

AIR FORCE: INCIRLIK AB:               3,262   ............       -3,262
 CONSOLIDATED COMMUNICATIONS
 FACILITY.....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TURKEY...........        3,262   ............       -3,262

        UNITED KINGDOM

NAVY: SAINT MAWGAN: BACHELOR          7,070         7,070   ............
 ENLISTED QUARTERS............
AIR FORCE:
    RAF MILDENHALL:
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT             3,646         3,646   ............
         CENTER ANNEX.........
        POST OFFICE...........        3,592         3,592   ............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE           3,320         3,320   ............
         COMPLEX..............
    RAF LAKENHEATH:
        ADD/ALT CRASH FIRE            2,667         2,667   ............
         STATION..............
        COMMUNICATIONS                8,436         8,436   ............
         FACILITY.............
        DORMITORY.............       13,606        13,606   ............
        FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER.        5,878         5,878   ............
        MOBILITY CARGO               11,900        11,900   ............
         PROCESSING CENTER....
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, UNITED              60,115        60,115   ............
           KINGDOM............

          WAKE ISLAND

AIR FORCE:
    WAKE ISLAND:
        REPAIR AIRFIELD              14,000        14,000   ............
         PAVEMENT (PHASE III).
        UPGRADE ISLAND-WIDE          10,000        10,000   ............
         INFRASTRUCTURE (PHASE
         I)...................
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WAKE ISLAND..       24,000        24,000   ............

             NATO

NATO SECURITY INVESTMENT            169,300       169,300   ............
 PROGRAM......................

     WORLDWIDE CLASSIFIED

ARMY: CLASSIFIED LOCATION:          178,700   ............     -178,700
 CLASSIFIED PROJECT...........
AIR FORCE:
    CLASSIFIED LOCATION:
        CLASSIFIED PROJECT....        3,250         3,250   ............
        PREDATOR B-SQUADRON          25,731        25,731   ............
         OPS/AMU AND HANGAR...
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WORLDWIDE          207,681        28,981      -178,700
           CLASSIFIED.........

     WORLDWIDE UNSPECIFIED

ARMY:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        HOST NATION SUPPORT...       22,000        22,000   ............
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...      100,710       112,645       +11,935
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR            20,000        32,560       +12,560
         CONSTRUCTION.........
        RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW      -66,050      -142,200       -76,150
         107-249).............
        RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW  ............      -24,000       -24,000
         107-64)..............
        RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW  ............      -17,415       -17,415
         106-246).............
NAVY:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...       65,612        77,283       +11,671
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR            12,334        13,754        +1,420
         CONSTRUCTION.........
        OUTLYING LANDING FIELD       27,610        27,610   ............
         FACILITIES (PHASE I).
        RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW      -14,679       -27,213       -12,534
         107-249).............
        RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW  ............      -12,109       -12,109
         107-64)..............
AIR FORCE:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...       79,116       112,075       +32,959
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR            12,000        17,020        +5,020
         CONSTRUCTION.........
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        CONTINGENCY                   8,960         8,960   ............
         CONSTRUCTION.........
        ENERGY CONSERVATION          69,500        69,500   ............
         IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM..
        RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW         -997       -32,680       -31,683
         107-249).............
        PLANNING AND DESIGN:
            SPECIAL OPERATIONS       14,768        14,768   ............
             COMMAND..........
            DEPARTMENT OF             6,500         6,500   ............
             DEFENSE DEPENDENT
             EDUCATION........
            TRICARE MANAGEMENT       18,616        27,216        +8,600
             ACTIVITY.........
            UNDISTRIBUTED.....       20,997        22,397        +1,400
                               -----------------------------------------
              SUBTOTAL,              60,881        70,881       +10,000
               PLANNING AND
               DESIGN.........
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR
         CONSTRUCTION:
            SPECIAL OPERATIONS        2,723         2,723   ............
             COMMAND..........
            MISSILE DEFENSE           2,600           600        -2,000
             AGENCY...........
            DEFENSE FINANCE           1,500         1,500   ............
             AND ACCOUNTING
             SERVICE..........
            UNDISTRIBUTED.....        3,000         3,000   ............
            JOINT CHIEFS OF           6,330         6,330   ............
             STAFF............
                               -----------------------------------------
              SUBTOTAL,              16,153        14,153        -2,000
               UNSPECIFIED
               MINOR
               CONSTRUCTION...

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...       26,570        48,612       +22,042
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR             1,451         7,955        +6,504
         CONSTRUCTION.........
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...       16,030        36,163       +20,133
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR             5,500         9,250        +3,750
         CONSTRUCTION.........
ARMY RESERVE:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...        7,712         8,873        +1,161
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR             2,886         2,886   ............
         CONSTRUCTION.........
NAVAL RESERVE: UNSPECIFIED            2,562         3,172          +610
 WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS: PLANNING
 AND DESIGN...................
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...       11,142        13,212        +2,070
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR             5,160         6,604        +1,444
         CONSTRUCTION.........
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WORLDWIDE          492,163       459,551       -32,612
           UNSPECIFIED........

     FAMILY HOUSING, ARMY

ALASKA:
    FORT WAINWRIGHT (100             44,000        44,000   ............
     UNITS)...................
    FORT WAINWRIGHT (40 UNITS)       20,000        20,000   ............
ARIZONA:
    FORT HUACHUCA (160 UNITS).       27,000        27,000   ............
    FORT HUACHUCA (60 UNITS)..       14,000        14,000   ............
KANSAS:
    FORT RILEY (32 UNITS).....        8,300         8,300   ............
    FORT RILEY (30 UNITS).....        8,400         8,400   ............
KENTUCKY: FORT KNOX (178             41,000        41,000   ............
 UNITS).......................
NEW MEXICO: WHITE SANDS              14,600        14,600   ............
 MISSILE RANGE (58 UNITS).....
OKLAHOMA:
    FORT SILL (50 UNITS)......       10,000        10,000   ............
    FORT SILL (70 UNITS)......       15,373        15,373   ............
VIRGINIA: FORT LEE (90 UNITS).       18,000        18,000   ............
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS.....      156,030       156,030   ............
PLANNING AND DESIGN...........       32,488        32,488   ............
RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW 107-         -52,300       -52,300   ............
 249).........................
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION..      356,891       356,891   ............

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT.........      167,332       157,332       -10,000
    SERVICES ACCOUNT..........       46,735        46,735   ............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT........       86,326        96,326       +10,000
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT.....        1,311         1,311   ............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT.......       44,658        44,658   ............
    LEASING...................      234,471       234,471   ............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL             432,605       432,605   ............
     PROPERTY.................
    MORTGAGE INSURANCE PREMIUM            1             1   ............
    HOUSING PRIVATIZATION            29,587        29,587   ............
     SUPPORT COSTS............
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND     1,043,026     1,043,026   ............
       MAINTENANCE............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING,      1,399,917     1,399,917   ............
       ARMY...................

   FAMILY HOUSING, NAVY AND
         MARINE CORPS

CALIFORNIA: LEMOORE (187             41,585        41,585   ............
 UNITS).......................
FLORIDA: PENSACOLA (25 UNITS).        3,197         3,197   ............
NORTH CAROLINA:
    CHERRY POINT (339 UNITS)..       42,803        42,803   ............
    CAMP LEJEUNE (161 UNITS)..       21,537        21,537   ............
    CAMP LEJEUNE (358 UNITS)..       46,244        46,244   ............
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS.....       20,446        20,446   ............
PLANNING AND DESIGN...........        8,381         8,381   ............
RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW 107-     ............       -3,585        -3,585
 249).........................
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION..      184,193       180,608        -3,585

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT.........      164,556       154,556       -10,000
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT.......       25,462        25,462   ............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT........       78,325        78,325   ............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT.....          807           807   ............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT..........       62,730        62,730   ............
    LEASING...................      132,433       132,433   ............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL             377,792       387,792       +10,000
     PROPERTY.................
    MORTGAGE INSURANCE PREMIUM           64            64   ............
    HOUSING PRIVATIZATION            10,609        10,609   ............
     SUPPORT COSTS............
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND       852,778       852,778   ............
       MAINTENANCE............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING,      1,036,971     1,033,386        -3,585
       NAVY AND MARINE CORPS..

   FAMILY HOUSING, AIR FORCE

ARIZONA: DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB (93       19,357        19,357   ............
 UNITS).......................
CALIFORNIA: TRAVIS AFB (56           12,723        12,723   ............
 UNITS).......................
DELAWARE: DOVER AFB (112             19,601        19,601   ............
 UNITS).......................
FLORIDA: EGLIN AFB (279 UNITS)       32,166        32,166   ............
IDAHO: MOUNTAIN HOME AFB (186        37,126        37,126   ............
 UNITS).......................
MARYLAND: ANDREWS AFB (50            20,233        20,233   ............
 UNITS).......................
MISSOURI: WHITEMAN AFB (100          18,221        18,221   ............
 UNITS).......................
MONTANA: MALMSTROM AFB (94           19,368        19,368   ............
 UNITS).......................
NORTH CAROLINA: SEYMOUR              18,336        18,336   ............
 JOHNSON AFB (138 UNITS)......
NORTH DAKOTA:
    GRAND FORKS AFB (144             29,550        29,550   ............
     UNITS)...................
    MINOT AFB (200 UNITS).....       41,117        41,117   ............
SOUTH DAKOTA: ELLSWORTH AFB          16,240        16,240   ............
 (75 UNITS)...................
TEXAS:
    DYESS AFB (116 UNITS).....       19,973        19,973   ............
    RANDOLPH AFB (96 UNITS)...       13,754        13,754   ............
KOREA: OSAN AB (111 UNITS)....       44,765        44,765   ............
PORTUGAL: LAJES FIELD (42            13,428        13,428   ............
 UNITS).......................
UNITED KINGDOM: RAF LAKENHEATH       23,640        23,640   ............
 (89 UNITS)...................
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS.....      223,979       223,979   ............
PLANNING AND DESIGN...........       33,488        33,488   ............
RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW 107-         -19,347       -19,347   ............
 249).........................
RESCISSION (PUBLIC LAW 105-     ............       -9,692        -9,692
 237).........................
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION..      637,718       628,026        -9,692

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT.........      132,651       142,651       +10,000
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT........       70,083        60,083       -10,000
    SERVICES ACCOUNT..........       26,070        26,070   ............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT.......       43,006        43,006   ............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT.....        2,527         2,527   ............
    LEASING...................      119,908       119,908   ............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL             395,650       395,650   ............
     PROPERTY.................
    MORTGAGE INSURANCE PREMIUM           37            37   ............
    PRIVATIZATION SUPPORT            44,536        44,536   ............
     COSTS....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND       834,468       834,468   ............
       MAINTENANCE............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING,      1,472,186     1,462,494        -9,692
       AIR FORCE..............

 FAMILY HOUSING, DEFENSE-WIDE

CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS                50            50   ............
 (NSA)........................
PLANNING AND DESIGN (DLA).....          300           300   ............
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION..          350           350   ............

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT (NSA)...          413           413   ............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT (NSA).          112           112   ............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT (NSA)..           13            13   ............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT                51            51   ............
     (NSA)....................
    SERVICES ACCOUNT (NSA)....          405           405   ............
    LEASING (NSA).............       11,987        11,987   ............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL               2,528         2,528   ............
     PROPERTY (NSA)...........
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT (DIA).        3,844         3,844   ............
    LEASING (DIA).............       27,225        27,225   ............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT (DLA)...          412           412   ............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT (DLA).           32            32   ............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT (DLA)....           72            72   ............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT (DLA)..          289           289   ............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL               2,057         2,057   ............
     PROPERTY (DLA)...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND        49,440        49,440   ............
       MAINTENANCE............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING,         49,790        49,790   ............
       DEFENSE-WIDE...........

 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FAMILY
   HOUSING IMPROVEMENT FUND

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FAMILY            300           300   ............
 HOUSING IMPROVEMENT FUND.....

 BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE
            ACCOUNT

BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE        370,427       370,427   ............
 ACCOUNT......................

      GENERAL PROVISIONS

GENERAL PROVISION (SEC. 118)..       55,000        55,000   ............
                               =========================================

      GRAND TOTAL.............    9,117,281     9,196,000       +78,719
                               =========================================
        RECAPITULATION

ARMY..........................    1,602,060     1,255,155      -346,905
    RESCISSION................      -66,050      -183,615      -117,565
NAVY..........................    1,147,537     1,195,659       +48,122
    RESCISSION................      -14,679       -39,322       -24,643
AIR FORCE.....................      830,671     1,056,377      +225,706
DEFENSE-WIDE..................      695,298       712,567       +17,269
    RESCISSION................         -997       -32,680       -31,683
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD...........      168,298       304,085      +135,787
AIR NATIONAL GUARD............       60,430       221,013      +160,583
ARMY RESERVE..................       68,478        73,979        +5,501
NAVAL RESERVE.................       28,032        34,742        +6,710
AIR FORCE RESERVE.............       44,312        57,426       +13,114
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MILITARY             4,563,390     4,655,386       +91,996
       CONSTRUCTION...........

NATO INFRASTRUCTURE...........      169,300       169,300   ............
FAMILY HOUSING, ARMY..........    1,399,917     1,399,917   ............
    (CONSTRUCTION)............     (409,191)     (409,191)  ............
        (RESCISSION)..........     (-52,300)     (-52,300)  ............
    (OPERATION AND               (1,043,026)   (1,043,026)  ............
     MAINTENANCE).............
FAMILY HOUSING, NAVY AND          1,036,971     1,033,386        -3,585
 MARINE CORPS.................
    (CONSTRUCTION)............     (184,193)     (184,193)  ............
        (RESCISSION)..........  ............      (-3,585)      (-3,585)
    (OPERATION AND                 (852,778)     (852,778)  ............
     MAINTENANCE).............
FAMILY HOUSING, AIR FORCE.....    1,472,186     1,462,494        -9,692
    (CONSTRUCTION)............     (657,065)     (657,065)  ............
        (RESCISSION)..........     (-19,347)     (-29,039)      (-9,692)
    (OPERATION AND                 (834,468)     (834,468)  ............
     MAINTENANCE).............
FAMILY HOUSING, DEFENSE-WIDE..       49,790        49,790   ............
    (CONSTRUCTION)............         (350)         (350)  ............
    (OPERATION AND                  (49,440)      (49,440)  ............
     MAINTENANCE).............
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FAMILY            300           300   ............
 HOUSING IMPROVEMENT FUND.....
BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE        370,427       370,427   ............
 ACCOUNT......................
GENERAL PROVISION.............       55,000        55,000   ............
                               =========================================
      GRAND TOTAL.............    9,117,281     9,196,000       +78,719
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