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                                                      Calendar No. 498
115th Congress     }                                    {       Report
                                 SENATE
 2d Session        }                                    {      115-290

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            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2019

                                _______
                                

                 June 28, 2018.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                                 REPORT

                         [To accompany S. 3159]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 3159) 
making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2019, and for other purposes, 
reports favorably thereon and recommends that the bill do pass.



New obligational authority

Total of bill as reported to the Senate.................$667,980,036,000
Amount of 2018 appropriations........................... 652,360,608,000
Amount of 2019 budget estimate.......................... 668,409,933,000
Bill as recommended to Senate compared to--
    2018 appropriations................................. +15,619,428,000
    2019 budget estimate................................    -429,897,000


















                                CONTENTS

                              ----------                              
Background:
                                                                   Page
    Purpose of the Bill..........................................     5
    Hearings.....................................................     5
    Summary of the Bill..........................................     5
    Definition of Program, Project and Activity..................     6
    Reprogramming Guidance.......................................     7
    Funding Increases............................................     7
    Congressional Special Interest Items.........................     8
    Committee Initiatives........................................     8
    Army Cross Functional Teams..................................    11
    Indirect Fire Protection Capability..........................    12
    Joint Strike Fighter.........................................    12
    Civilian Pay Increase........................................    14
Title I:
    Military Personnel:
        Reprogramming Guidance for Military Personnel Accounts...    16
        Military Personnel Special Interest Items................    16
        Military Personnel Overview..............................    17
        Military Personnel, Army.................................    18
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................    19
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................    21
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................    22
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................    24
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................    25
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................    26
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................    27
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................    27
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................    28
Title II:
    Operation and Maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................    36
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................    39
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................    43
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................    45
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................    48
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................    51
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................    53
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........    54
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............    54
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........    55
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............    57
        U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces...............    59
        Environmental Restoration, Army..........................    59
        Environmental Restoration, Navy..........................    59
        Environmental Restoration, Air Force.....................    59
        Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..................    59
        Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...    59
        Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...........    60
        Cooperative Threat Reduction Account.....................    60
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund.    60
Title III:
    Procurement:
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................    64
        Missile Procurement, Army................................    67
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.    70
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................    74
        Other Procurement, Army..................................    77
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................    89
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................    94
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........    99
        Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy........................   102
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................   106
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................   114
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   118
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   126
        Space Procurement, Air Force.............................   129
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   131
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   133
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   138
        National Guard and Reserve Equipment.....................   143
        Defense Production Act Purchases.........................   144
        Joint Urgent Operational Needs Fund......................   146
Title IV:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   150
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   162
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   179
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide.   191
        Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.................   201
Title V:
    Revolving and Management Funds:
        Defense Working Capital Funds............................   203
Title VI:
    Other Department of Defense Programs:
        Defense Health Program...................................   205
        Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense.......   214
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   217
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   217
Title VII:
    Related Agencies:
        Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability 
          System 
          Fund...................................................   219
        Intelligence Community Management Account................   219
Title VIII: General Provisions...................................   220
Title IX: Overseas Contingency Operations/Global War on 
  Terrorism:
    Department of Defense--Military..............................   226
    Military Personnel:
        Military Personnel, Army.................................   227
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................   228
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................   229
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................   230
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................   231
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................   232
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................   232
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................   232
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................   233
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................   233
    Operation and Maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................   234
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................   235
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................   235
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................   236
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................   237
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................   238
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................   239
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........   239
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............   240
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........   240
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............   240
        Afghanistan Security Forces Fund.........................   241
    Procurement:
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................   243
        Missile Procurement, Army................................   244
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.   244
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................   245
        Other Procurement, Army..................................   246
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................   247
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................   248
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........   248
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................   249
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................   249
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   250
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   250
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   251
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   251
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   252
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   252
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   253
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   253
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide.   254
    Revolving and Management Funds: Defense Working Capital Funds   255
    Other Department of Defense Programs:
        Defense Health Program...................................   255
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   256
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   256
        General Provisions--This Title...........................   257
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the 
  Senate.........................................................   258
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................   259
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   260
Budgetary Impact of Bill.........................................   261
Comparative Statement of New Budget Authority....................   262

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2018, 
through September 30, 2019. Functional areas include the pay, 
allowances, and support of military personnel, operation and 
maintenance of the forces, procurement of equipment and 
systems, and research, development, test and evaluation. 
Appropriations for foreign military assistance, military 
construction, family housing, nuclear weapons programs, and 
civil defense are provided in other bills.

                                Hearings

    The Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense began hearings 
on April 11, 2018, and concluded them on June 6, 2018, after 
nine separate sessions. The subcommittee heard testimony from 
representatives of the Department of Defense and the 
Intelligence Community.

                          Summary of the Bill

    The Committee recommendation of $667,980,036,000 includes 
funding to develop, maintain, and equip the military forces of 
the United States and for other purposes.
    The fiscal year 2019 budget request for activities funded 
in the Department of Defense appropriations bill totals 
$668,409,933,000 in new budget authority, including 
$68,078,580,000 in overseas contingency operations funding and 
$514,000,000 in mandatory spending.
    In fiscal year 2018, the Congress appropriated 
$652,360,608,000 for activities funded in this bill. This 
amount includes $582,274,519,000 in base appropriations and 
$65,166,000,000 in overseas contingency operations 
appropriations provided in Public Law 115-141 and 
$4,920,089,000 in emergency appropriations provided in Public 
Laws 115-96 and 115-123. The Committee recommends that funds 
requested for Coast Guard overseas contingency operations be 
appropriated directly to the Department of Homeland Security.
    The Committee recommendation in this bill is 
$15,619,428,000 above the amount provided in fiscal year 2018 
and $429,897,000 below the amount requested for fiscal year 
2019.

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The following table displays the recommendations for each 
title:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Fiscal year 2018  Fiscal year 2019      Committee
                                                                 enacted          estimate       recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I--Military Personnel...............................       133,367,397       140,689,301       139,296,521
Title II--Operation and Maintenance.......................       188,245,583       199,469,636       193,982,413
Title III Procurement.....................................       133,868,632       130,564,621       135,198,897
Title IV--Research, development, test and evaluation......        88,308,133        91,056,950        95,131,819
Title V--Revolving and management funds...................         1,685,596         1,542,115         1,641,115
Title VI--Other Department of Defense Programs............        36,646,600        35,839,806        36,331,606
Title VII--Related Agencies...............................         1,051,600         1,053,124         1,043,624
Title VIII--General provisions (net)......................          -899,022           115,800        -2,559,935
Title IX--Overseas Contingency Operations.................        65,166,000        68,078,580        67,913,976
Title X--Missile Defense and Defeat Enhancements (Public           4,485,844  ................  ................
 Law 115-96)..............................................
Other appropriations (Public Law 115-123).................           434,245  ................  ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Net grand total.....................................       652,360,608       668,409,933       667,980,036
                                                           =====================================================
      Total discretionary (incl. scorekeeping adjustments)       655,131,519       675,987,023       675,557,126
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee has displayed recommended adjustments in 
tables presented under each appropriation account.
    These adjustments reflect the following Committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative, or not supported by firm requirements in 
out-year development or procurement appropriations; deletion of 
excess funds based on program delays or slow execution; 
addition of funds to reflect congressional priorities and to 
rectify shortfalls in the budget estimate; and implementation 
of recommendations in the National Defense Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Year 2019.

                     CLASSIFIED PROGRAM ADJUSTMENTS

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

       BUDGET JUSTIFICATION MATERIALS FOR SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAMS

    The Committee recommends adjustments to the budget 
justification materials provided in the Special Access Program 
Annual Report to Congress submitted in accordance with Title 
10, United States Code, Section 119(a)(1), as explained in the 
classified annex to the Committee's report. It is expected that 
these adjustments will be incorporated in future budget 
submissions.

              Definition of Program, Project and Activity

    For the purposes of the Balanced Budget and Emergency 
Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Public Law 99-177), as amended by 
the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Reaffirmation 
Act of 1987 (Public Law 100-119), and by the Budget Enforcement 
Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-508), the terms ``program, project, 
and activity'' for appropriations contained in this act shall 
be defined as the most specific level of budget items 
identified in the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 
2019, the related classified annexes and Committee reports, and 
P-1 and R-1 budget justification documents as subsequently 
modified by congressional action.
    The following exception to the above definition shall 
apply: the military personnel and the operation and maintenance 
accounts, for which the term ``program, project, and activity'' 
is defined as the appropriations accounts contained in the 
Department of Defense Appropriations Act.
    At the time the President submits the budget request for 
fiscal year 2020, the Secretary of Defense is directed to 
transmit to the congressional defense committees budget 
justification documents to be known as the ``M-1'' and ``O-1'' 
which shall identify, at the budget activity, activity group, 
and sub-activity group level, the amounts requested by the 
President to be appropriated to the Department of Defense for 
military personnel and operation and maintenance in any budget 
request, or amended budget request, for fiscal year 2020.

                         Reprogramming Guidance

    The Secretary of Defense is directed to continue to follow 
the reprogramming guidance for acquisition accounts as 
specified in the report accompanying the House version of the 
Department of Defense appropriations bill for fiscal year 2008 
(House Report 110-279). The dollar threshold for reprogramming 
funds shall remain at $20,000,000 for military personnel; 
$20,000,000 for operation and maintenance; $20,000,000 for 
procurement; and $10,000,000 for research, development, test 
and evaluation.
    Also, the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) is 
directed to continue to provide the congressional defense 
committees annual DD Form 1416 reports for titles I and II and 
quarterly, spreadsheet-based DD Form 1416 reports for service 
and defense-wide accounts in titles III and IV of this act. 
Reports for titles III and IV shall comply with guidance 
specified in the explanatory statement accompanying the 
Department of Defense Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2006. 
The Department shall continue to follow the limitation that 
prior approval reprogrammings are set at either the specified 
dollar threshold or 20 percent of the procurement or research, 
development, test and evaluation line, whichever is less. These 
thresholds are cumulative from the base for reprogramming value 
as modified by any adjustments. Therefore, if the combined 
value of transfers into or out of a military personnel (M-1), 
an operation and maintenance (O-1), a procurement (P-1), or a 
research, development, test and evaluation (R-1) line exceeds 
the identified threshold, the Secretary of Defense must submit 
a prior approval reprogramming to the congressional defense 
committees. In addition, guidelines on the application of prior 
approval reprogramming procedures for congressional special 
interest items are established elsewhere in this report.

                           Funding Increases

    The funding increases outlined in the tables for each 
appropriation account shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the tables.

                  Congressional Special Interest Items

    Items for which additional funds have been recommended or 
items for which funding is specifically reduced as shown in the 
tables detailing Committee recommended adjustments or in 
paragraphs using the phrase ``only for'' or ``only to'' are 
congressional special interest items for the purpose of the 
Base for Reprogramming [DD Form 1414]. Each of these items must 
be carried on the DD Form 1414 at the stated amount, as 
specifically addressed in elsewhere in this report.

                         Committee Initiatives

    The Committee has included funding above the fiscal year 
2019 President's budget request for several programmatic 
initiatives in support of the 2018 National Defense Strategy 
[NDS]. While the NDS recognizes the persistent nature of 
terrorist threats and the need to counter those threats, it 
also represents a significant shift toward long-term, strategic 
competition and operations in contested domains. Additionally, 
rapid technological advancement and the commercial availability 
of increasingly sophisticated capabilities presents challenges 
to the U.S. military advantage against state and non-state 
actors alike. In order to maintain overmatch against 
adversaries across the domain spectrum, the Committee 
recommends additional investment in the following areas: basic 
research, hypersonics, directed energy, artificial 
intelligence, microelectronics, missile defense, cybersecurity, 
and complimentary aspects including test and evaluation 
infrastructure.
    The Committee expects that the Department will sustain and 
support continued investments in these areas in the fiscal year 
2020 President's budget request. Additionally, the Committee 
directs the Secretary of Defense to provide a spend plan for 
execution of the additional fiscal year 2019 resources provided 
for committee initiatives not later than 60 days following 
enactment of this act.
    Finally, the Committee directs that funds for these 
initiatives are to be competitively awarded or provided to 
programs that have received competitive awards in the past.

                         MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY

    The fiscal year 2019 President's budget request for the 
Missile Defense Agency [MDA] includes $9,915,304,000 in the 
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide; Procurement-Defense-
Wide; Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide 
and Military Construction appropriation accounts, a 
$1,605,748,000 decrease from amounts appropriated for the MDA 
in fiscal year 2018 in the Department of Defense Missile Defeat 
and Defense Enhancements Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public Law 
115-96) and in the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 
2018 (Public Law 115-141).
    Addressing Future Threats.--Subsequent to submission of the 
fiscal year 2019 President's budget request, the Director, MDA 
provided the congressional defense committees a list of 
unfunded requirements for MDA in fiscal year 2019. Noting that 
rapid technological progress has increased threat complexity, 
to include advanced capabilities being developed by rogue 
nations and emerging threats such as hypersonic glide vehicles, 
the Committee recommends an increase of $1,198,648,000 for MDA.
    MDA's objective is to increase missile defense capability 
against advanced, complex threats by integrating multi-domain 
systems into its battle management control system while 
maximizing cost-effectiveness. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends increases to support programs that further that 
objective. Specifically, the Committee recommends $100,500,000 
above the budget request to initiate a Missile Defense Tracking 
System [MTS], which the Director, MDA identified to the 
Committee as MDA's top unfunded priority. The Committee 
understands that a MTS operational prototype would provide a 
responsive, flexible capability from space to detect and track 
both conventional ballistic missiles and emerging threats, such 
as hypersonic glide vehicles. The Committee further notes that 
funds appropriated for MTS in fiscal year 2018 are being 
utilized to support MTS concept designs, but MDA has not 
budgeted for a MTS acquisition program. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the Director, MDA, as the Ballistic Missile 
Defense Acquisition Executive, to provide the congressional 
defense committees a MTS acquisition strategy and MDA's 
associated cost estimate with the fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget request. The MTS acquisition strategy shall include the 
MTS requirement, contracting approach, test plan, and 
identification of programmatic and technical risk.
    The MDA Comptroller/Chief Financial Officer is directed to 
certify full funding of the acquisition strategy in the fiscal 
year 2020 President's budget request, and the Director, Cost 
Assessment and Program Evaluation [CAPE], is directed to 
provide an Independent Cost Estimate [ICE] for MTS to the 
congressional defense committees with the fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request. The Committee also recommends 
$46,100,000 above the budget request to accelerate the 
development of critical interceptor technology in the areas of 
propulsion, materials and lethality to address hypersonic 
threats.
    Additionally, the Committee notes that a boost phase kill 
ability could provide increased missile defense capability and 
that directed energy is a key technology required to ensure a 
boost phase kill ability. Therefore, the Committee recommends 
$85,000,000 above the budget request to continue research and 
development of three separate laser scaling efforts with the 
goal of demonstrating a 500 kilowatt laser by 2021, and a best 
of breed of 1 megawatt laser capability by 2023. The Director, 
MDA, as the Ballistic Missile Defense Acquisition Executive, is 
directed to provide an acquisition strategy for a boost phase 
missile defense capability and the associated MDA cost estimate 
with the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request. The 
acquisition strategy shall include the requirement, contracting 
approach, test plan, and identification of programmatic and 
technical risk.
    The MDA Comptroller/Chief Financial Officer is directed to 
certify full funding of the acquisition strategy in the fiscal 
year 2020 President's budget request, and the Director, CAPE is 
directed to provide an ICE for a boost phase missile defense 
capability to the congressional defense committees with the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget. The Committee notes that 
consistent with MDA's Directed Energy Roadmap, as submitted to 
the Committee with the fiscal year 2019 President's budget 
request, the Laser Scaling program is separate and distinct 
from MDA's Low Power Laser Demonstrator program [LPLD]. The 
Committee further notes that MDA has awarded three design 
contracts for LPLD and plans to downselect to one performer in 
late 2018 following a Preliminary Design Review. The Committee 
finds this approach to be technically risky. Therefore, 
consistent with the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 
2018, the Committee recommends an additional $78,000,000, which 
is the amount identified by MDA as required for LPLD to retain 
three performers through Critical Design Review in late 2019, 
thereby reducing risk for a LPLD demonstration in fiscal year 
2023.
    The Committee recommends several additional increases for 
the Missile Defense Agency, including $100,000,000 above the 
budget request to advance MDA's compliance with the Department 
of Defense Cybersecurity Discipline Implementation Plan to 
protect MDA systems in highly-contested cybersecurity threat 
environments; $126,000,000 above the budget request to provide 
improved discrimination capabilities and high-fidelity digital 
modeling and simulation to counter emergent threats to the 
homeland, forward deployed forces and allies; $93,500,000 to 
accelerate the integration of mobile sensors; and $102,367,000 
for MDA's test enterprise, including funds to replace obsolete 
airborne sensors.
    Aegis Ashore Poland.--The Committee understands that 
completion of the Aegis Ashore site in Poland will slip by at 
least 1 year, delaying installation of the weapon system and 
transition of the capability to U.S. European Command. The 
Committee is concerned with this delay and recommends an 
additional $20,000,000 to continue combat system and combat 
structure adaptation, integration, installation, and testing. 
The Committee directs the Director, MDA, to submit to the 
congressional defense committees, with the fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request, an updated program baseline for 
Aegis Ashore Poland, to include revised cost estimates. The 
Director, CAPE, is directed to provide, with the fiscal year 
2020 President's budget request, an Independent Cost Estimate 
for Aegis Ashore Poland.
    MDA Acquisition Workforce and Contracts.--The Committee 
notes that MDA has utilized the Department of Defense 
Acquisition Workforce Development Fund [DAWDF] in support of 
hiring and developing entry level employees in critical career 
fields as part of its workforce pipeline strategy since 2009. 
The Director, MDA is directed to provide to the congressional 
defense committees, not later than with submission of the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request, a historical 
application of DAWDF funding by MDA, as well as identify 
additional requirements for MDA's acquisition workforce due to 
increased acquisition workload.
    Additionally, the Committee is concerned with MDA's 
increasing reliance on Undefinitized Contract Actions [UCAs]. 
The Committee notes that UCAs are contract actions for which 
the contract terms, specifications, or price are not agreed 
upon before contractor performance commences, and that UCAs 
should be used only when a requirement needs to be met quickly 
and there is insufficient time to use normal contracting 
vehicles. However, the Committee notes that the MDA continues 
to utilize UCAs for recurring annual contracts, and that MDA 
struggles to definitize UCAs within the definitization schedule 
set forth in the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation 
Supplement [DFARS]. Therefore, the Committee directs the MDA 
Director of Contracts to provide the congressional defense 
committees, not later than with submission of the fiscal year 
2020 President's budget request, a briefing on contract types 
used by MDA by program, to include historic application of UCAs 
and rationale for each UCA (such as the untimely receipt of 
proposals, acquisition workforce shortfalls, schedule pressures 
and emerging requirements), definitization schedules, final 
negotiated contract values compared to initial estimates, and 
contract strategies for acquisition programs going forward.
    Finally, the Committee notes that information previously 
requested by the Committee regarding several acquisition 
programs has not yet been provided. Therefore, the Committee 
directs that not more than $15,000,000 may be obligated for MDA 
Management Headquarters in fiscal year 2019 until the 
information requested is provided.

                      Army Cross Functional Teams

    In October 2017, the Army announced its intent to establish 
a new Army Futures Command, which is intended to synchronize 
efforts among the other Army Commands through Cross-Functional 
Teams [CFT] to advance the Army's six modernization priorities: 
long-range precision fires, air and missile defense, next 
generation combat vehicle, future vertical lift, network 
modernization, and soldier lethality. These eight CFTs will 
report directly to the Under Secretary and Vice Chief of Staff 
of the Army and work to compress the modernization and 
procurement timelines by involving the end user, defining 
requirements, integrating, prototyping, and validating a 
concept prior to low-rate initial production.
    While the Committee is supportive of these prioritization 
efforts by the Army in accordance with the April 2018 Army 
Modernization Strategy, it is concerned with the timeliness and 
adequacy of the budget justification materials presented to the 
Committee. The Committee is still awaiting an above threshold 
reprogramming request from the Department to realign fiscal 
year 2018 funding and received a request from the Army to 
realign science and technology funding and support additional 
fiscal year 2019 funding for CFT priorities very late in the 
budget process.
    The fiscal year 2019 President's budget request includes 
$2,119,871,000 for Army CFT priorities within the Missile 
Procurement; Procurement of Ammunition; Other Procurement; and 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation accounts, with the 
Army requesting an additional $416,953,000 above the budget 
request. The Committee understands that the fiscal year 2019 
President's budget request was developed before CFT plans, 
requirements, and acquisition strategies could be finalized and 
that several programs under CFT purview continue to work to 
complete these decision points. Given this fluctuation, the 
Committee recommends modest reductions to the programs within 
the CFT budget request while also providing an additional 
$127,737,000 for CFT science and technology efforts in 
anticipation of the Army's need to realign funding to resource 
future CFT efforts. In addition, the Committee recommends 
$75,400,000 above the budget request for the Army's future 
vertical lift program to accelerate Capability Set One Future 
Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft development.
    The Committee looks forward to a continuing dialogue with 
the Army's acquisition and CFT leadership in order to provide 
appropriate, executable resources for Army modernization 
priorities.

                  Indirect Fire Protection Capability

    The fiscal year 2019 President's budget request includes 
advance procurement totaling $173,204,000 for AIM-9X 
interceptors, Multi-Mission Launcher [MML] components, and 
ancillary costs. This is in addition to $50,056,000 of fiscal 
year 2018 advance procurement funding that remains unexecuted. 
The request also includes $208,740,000 for continued research, 
development, test and evaluation of the current Indirect Fire 
Protection Capability [IFPC] program of record.
    The Committee notes that following submission of the fiscal 
year 2019 President's budget request, the Army initiated 
reviews of the existing IFPC program of record and alternative 
courses of action [COA] prior to the upcoming milestone B 
decision. These include the pursuit and integration of an 
alternate interceptor to the currently proposed AIM-9X 
interceptor and modifications to the MML, as well as the 
analysis of at least two other distinct weapons systems.
    The Committee further notes that section 111 of S. 2987, 
the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019, 
directs the Army to deploy two batteries of an interim, fixed 
site cruise missile defense capability by September 30, 2020, 
in anticipation of deployment of the Army's IFPC.
    The Committee supports the Army's pursuit of this defensive 
capability, however, the Committee is concerned that the 
current budget request does not support any change in 
acquisition strategy or procurement of readily available 
interim defense capabilities. Therefore, the Secretary of the 
Army is directed to provide a report to the congressional 
defense committees, not later than 30 days following enactment 
of this act, which details the results of the Army's internal 
review, revised acquisition strategy, and resulting resourcing 
requirements. The report shall also include: (1) analysis and 
recommendations on the COAs under review; (2) the supporting 
cost estimates for each of the COAs across the Future Years 
Defense Program [FYDP]; (3) a program schedule for the selected 
COA; (4) an analysis and recommendations for interim 
capabilities and a proposed acquisition schedule; (5) the 
proposed execution of current IFPC resources by appropriation, 
budget line, and project across the FYDP; and (6) a plan to 
resource any identified shortfalls for the selected program of 
record COA and interim capabilities that will be pursued.

                          Joint Strike Fighter

    F-35 Production.--The fiscal year 2019 President's budget 
request includes 77 F-35 Joint Strike Fighters [JSF], 13 fewer 
than were provided in the Department of Defense Appropriations 
Act, 2018 (Public Law 115-141). The Committee is encouraged 
that the budget request reflects planned procurement increases 
in the F-35C carrier variant for the Navy but is concerned that 
the Air Force continues to delay its stated goal to procure 60 
F-35A variants in a single fiscal year. As a result, the 
Committee recommends an additional $120,000,000 in advance 
procurement for the F-35A in order to assist the Air Force in 
achieving full rate production quantities in fiscal year 2020. 
The Committee also recommends $796,000,000 for eight additional 
F-35C aircraft for the Navy and Marine Corps and $412,000,000 
for four additional F-35B aircraft for the Marine Corps. The 
Committee understands the Under Secretary of Defense 
(Acquisition and Sustainment) is leading a comprehensive review 
of reducing the lifecycle costs of the F-35 program, including 
the near term unit flyaway costs. Further, the Committee 
understands that the recent production contract awards, 
including Lot 9 and 10, have consistently included lower unit 
flyaway costs than the budgeted amounts. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends unit cost reductions in fiscal year 2018 
and 2019 that are consistent with the savings negotiated in 
recent production contracts and the Under Secretary of 
Defense's (Acquisition and Sustainment) targets for future 
production contracts.
    The Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public 
Law 115-141) supported the Department's request for 
$660,989,000 in advance procurement for economic order 
quantities of material and equipment for 207 U.S. F-35 aircraft 
to be procured in fiscal years 2019 and 2020. According to 
Joint Program Office [JPO] estimates, these funds provided in 
fiscal year 2018 would save approximately $1,200,000,000 across 
U.S. and partner buys in fiscal years 2018 through 2020, with 
about half of this savings amount going toward U.S. aircraft 
buys. A recent analysis by the Director of the Cost Assessment 
and Program Evaluation [CAPE] concluded that anticipated U.S. 
savings from this approach would only be $300,000,000, about 
half of the prior estimates provided by the JPO. While these 
savings are still significant, as certified by the Under 
Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment), the 
Committee is dismayed by the inaccuracy of the initial JPO 
estimates. Therefore, the F-35 Program Executive Officer is 
directed to provide a report to the congressional defense 
committees not later than 30 days after enactment of this act 
on an updated cost savings estimate on the economic order 
quantities procurement approach; an execution update on the 
$660,989,000 for advance procurement provided in the Department 
of Defense Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public Law 115-141); an 
analysis of the CAPE estimate of lesser savings, and a plan for 
how the unrealized savings will be resourced in fiscal years 
2019 and 2020.
    F-35 Continuous Capability Development and Delivery.--The 
fiscal year 2019 President's budget request includes 
$983,549,000 in research, development, test and evaluation for 
Continuous Capability Development and Delivery [C2D2], 
previously referred to as Follow-on Modernization, an increase 
of $395,328,000 or 67 percent, over amounts enacted in fiscal 
year 2018. The Committee notes that the F-35 C2D2 acquisition 
strategy is evolving and that its approval has slipped by one 
year. Further, the previously requested Independent Cost 
Estimate, system engineering plans, test and evaluation master 
plan and acquisition program baselines for F-35 Follow-on 
Modernization elements have not yet been provided to Congress. 
Finally, the Committee notes that execution plans for fiscal 
year 2018 funding provided for F-35 Follow-on Modernization 
have changed. Therefore, the Committee recommends adjusting the 
fiscal year 2019 budget request for F-35 C2D2 to reflect actual 
fiscal year 2018 execution. In addition, the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) and F-35 Program 
Executive Officer are directed to provide the F-35 C2D2 
information previously requested in Senate Report 114-263, as 
soon as practicable.

                   advanced battle management system

    The fiscal year 2019 President's budget request supports 
the Air Force's new approach to battle management, the Advanced 
Battle Management System [ABMS]. The Committee understands that 
the ABMS will be a decentralized network of platforms and 
sensors that will integrate battlefield surveillance 
information. The Committee is supportive of the Air Force's new 
approach given the changing threat environment and need for 
resilient and survivable networks against near peer 
competitors. However, the Committee is concerned with the near-
term risks in cancelling the Joint Surveillance and Target 
Attack Radar System [JSTARS] recapitalization program and time 
required to operationalize these new capabilities. As a result, 
the Committee fully funds the budget request for ABMS and 
recommends an additional $375,000,000 to address near-term 
risks, to include procurement funding for additional MQ-9 
Reaper unmanned aerial vehicles and support of the battlefield 
airborne communications node mission; research, development, 
test and evaluation funding for radar and agile communications 
development; and operation and maintenance in the Air National 
Guard funding to continue to operate and sustain the legacy E-8 
JSTARS fleet. Further, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
the Air Force to submit a report to the congressional defense 
committees not later than 90 days after enactment of this act 
on a revised ABMS plan and execution strategy, updated costs 
and schedules of each activity within the ABMS plan, and a gap 
and threat assessment of both the ground moving target 
indicator and battle management command and control mission 
areas.

                         Civilian Pay Increase

    Section 749 of the Senate version of the Financial Services 
and General Government Appropriations bill (S. 3107), as 
reported on June 21, 2018, included a pay increase for civilian 
Federal employees of 1.9 percent in calendar year 2019. The 
Committee supports this government-wide provision and is 
evaluating the impact to the Department of Defense. In order to 
inform this assessment, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense to provide the estimated cost of a 1.9 percent pay 
increase for calendar year 2019 by appropriation account to the 
House and Senate Appropriations Committees not later than July 
31, 2018.

                                TITLE I

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required for basic pay, retired pay accrual, employers' 
contribution for Social Security taxes, basic allowance for 
subsistence, basic allowance for housing, special and incentive 
pays, permanent change of station travel, and other personnel 
costs for uniformed members of the Armed Forces.
    The President's fiscal year 2019 budget requests a total of 
$140,689,301,000 for military personnel appropriations. This 
request funds an Active component end strength of 1,338,100 and 
a Reserve component end strength of 817,700.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations 
totaling $139,296,521,000 for fiscal year 2019. This is 
$1,392,780,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for 
fiscal year 2019 are summarized below:

                                  SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel:
    Military Personnel, Army....................................      43,670,542      43,060,042        -610,500
    Military Personnel, Navy....................................      30,426,211      30,305,481        -120,730
    Military Personnel, Marine Corps............................      13,890,968      13,799,038         -91,930
    Military Personnel, Air Force...............................      30,526,011      30,173,691        -352,320
 
Reserve Personnel:
    Reserve Personnel, Army.....................................       4,955,947       4,870,947         -85,000
    Reserve Personnel, Navy.....................................       2,067,521       2,059,521          -8,000
    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps.............................         788,090         787,090          -1,000
    Reserve Personnel, Air Force................................       1,894,286       1,871,286         -23,000
 
National Guard Personnel:
    National Guard Personnel, Army..............................       8,744,345       8,650,645         -93,700
    National Guard Personnel, Air Force.........................       3,725,380       3,718,780          -6,600
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     140,689,301     139,296,521      -1,392,780
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end strengths for fiscal year 2019 
are summarized below:

                                            RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                2018           2019 budget        Committee        Change from
                                            authorization       estimate       recommendation    budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active:
    Army................................           483,500           487,500           485,741            -1,759
    Navy................................           327,900           335,400           331,900            -3,500
    Marine Corps........................           186,000           186,100           186,100  ................
    Air Force...........................           325,100           329,100           325,720            -3,380
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..........................         1,322,500         1,338,100         1,329,461            -8,639
 
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve........................           199,500           199,500           199,500  ................
    Navy Reserve........................            59,000            59,100            59,000              -100
    Marine Corps Reserve................            38,500            38,500            38,500  ................
    Air Force Reserve...................            69,800            70,000            69,800              -200
    Army National Guard.................           343,500           343,500           343,500  ................
    Air National Guard..................           106,600           107,100           106,600              -500
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..........................           816,900           817,700           816,900              -800
                                         =======================================================================
      Total.............................         2,139,400         2,155,800         2,146,361            -9,439
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end strengths for full-time support 
of the Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2019 are summarized 
below:

                                RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                2018           2019 budget        Committee        Change from
                                            authorization       estimate       recommendation    budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active Guard and Reserve:
    Army Reserve........................            16,261            16,386            16,261              -125
    Navy Reserve........................            10,101            10,110            10,101                -9
    Marine Corps Reserve................             2,261             2,261             2,261  ................
    Air Force Reserve...................             3,588             3,849             3,588              -261
    Army National Guard.................            30,155            30,595            30,155              -440
    Air National Guard..................            16,260            19,861            19,450              -411
      Total.............................            78,626            83,062            81,816            -1,246
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

         Reprogramming Guidance for Military Personnel Accounts

    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to submit 
the Base for Reprogramming (DD Form 1414) for each of the 
fiscal year 2019 appropriation accounts not later than 60 days 
after the enactment of this act. The Secretary of Defense is 
prohibited from executing any reprogramming or transfer of 
funds for any purpose other than originally appropriated until 
the aforementioned report is submitted to the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees. The Committee directs the Secretary 
of Defense to use the normal prior approval reprogramming 
procedures to transfer funds in the services' military 
personnel accounts between budget activities in excess of 
$20,000,000.

               Military Personnel Special Interest Items

    Items for which additional funds have been provided or have 
been specifically reduced as shown in the project level tables 
or in paragraphs using the phrase ``only for'' or ``only to'' 
in this report are congressional special interest items for the 
purpose of the Base for Reprogramming (DD Form 1414). Each of 
these items must be carried on the DD Form 1414 at the stated 
amount as specifically addressed in the Committee report. Below 
Threshold Reprogrammings may not be used to either restore or 
reduce funding from congressional special interest items as 
identified on the DD Form 1414.

                      Military Personnel Overview

    Reserve Component Budget Reporting.--The Committee 
continues its requirement for the Department to provide a semi-
annual detailed report to the congressional defense committees 
showing transfers between subactivities within the military 
personnel appropriation. Reports shall be submitted not later 
than 30 days following the end of the second quarter and 30 
days following the end of the fiscal year.
    Advanced Trauma Training Program for National Guard and 
Reserve.--The Committee recognizes the valuable support 
universities, hospitals, and other military partners provide by 
offering civilian-based emergency response trauma training and 
critical care training including public health, bio-
environmental, and biomedical instruction to sustain medics' 
and medical providers' capabilities of the National Guard 
Enhanced Response Forces Packages [CERFP], National Guard 
Homeland Response Forces [NGHRF], the Army Reserve Consequence 
Management Response Forces [CCMRF] and other National Guard and 
Reserves medical conversion/readiness requirements. The 
Committee encourages the National Guard and Reserves to 
continue pursuing state-of-the-art trauma training with these 
civilian partners, thus maintaining unit medical readiness 
postures at optimum levels as military healthcare providers in 
CERFPs, NGHRFs, and CCMRFs maintain their individual skills to 
respond effectively to emergency incidents on the homeland. 
Furthermore, in order to minimize the civilian-military 
operational gaps in the event of a catastrophic incident, the 
Committee also encourages the development of enhanced medical 
and critical care preparedness medical training programs 
focusing on public health curriculums and the epidemiology of 
public health diseases, mass casualty triage, advanced disaster 
life support, advanced hazardous material life support, 
emergency dental, and psychological health by increasing 
civilian-based advanced trauma expertise gained through day-to-
day experiences and medical research programs.
    Army Stationing Procedures.--The Committee is concerned 
with the lack of transparency in Army stationing decisions. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of the Army to 
submit a report to the congressional defense committees not 
later than 90 days after enactment of this act, on the 
procedures for Army stationing related to changes in force 
structure. The report shall discuss how the Department of the 
Army is incorporating factors related to the quality of life 
for soldiers and families pursuant to guidance distributed by 
the Service Secretaries on February 23, 2018.
    Report on Guard and Reserve Benefits and Compensation.--The 
Committee recognizes that additional active duty service 
requirements are being asked of currently serving members of 
the National Guard and Reserve in order to enhance the 
readiness of the force. The Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense to submit a report to the congressional defense 
committees not later than 90 days after the enactment of this 
act that includes proposals for compensation, allowances, and 
benefits for members of the reserve components who perform 
additional periods of active duty service for non-contingency 
operations that exceed the standard duty obligations required 
of service in a reserve component. These proposals should 
provide for compensation, allowances, and benefits commensurate 
with the additional duties assigned.

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $41,628,855,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  43,670,542,000
Committee recommendation................................  43,060,042,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$43,060,042,000. This is $610,500,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY
 
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                                                       7,224,373       7,224,373  ..............
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             2,192,145       2,192,145  ..............
  11 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                        132,476         132,476  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     2,165,218       2,165,218  ..............
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   287,464         287,464  ..............
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     66,719          66,719  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      440,782         440,782  ..............
  45 ALLOWANCES                                                        191,420         191,420  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                                                     99,315          99,315  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               550,784         550,784  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 13,350,696      13,350,696  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                                                      13,825,095      13,825,095  ..............
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             4,197,573       4,197,573  ..............
  66 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                        243,633         243,633  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     4,782,445       4,782,445  ..............
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     92,004          92,004  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                                                    1,195,271       1,195,271  ..............
  95 ALLOWANCES                                                        763,048         763,048  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                                                    390,174         390,174  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                             1,057,618       1,057,618  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 26,546,861      26,546,861  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS
 110 ACADEMY CADETS                                                     86,510          86,510  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                 1,264,097       1,264,097  ..............
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               636,029         636,029  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                              83              83  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  1,900,209       1,900,209  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                  173,692         173,692  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                                                   158,716         158,716  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                375,936         375,936  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 778,697         778,697  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                 251,324         251,324  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                           4,939           4,939  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                               3,517           3,517  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                          37,723          37,723  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                  1,784,544       1,784,544  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                    263             263  ..............
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                849             849  ..............
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   41,400          41,400  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                             109,662         109,662  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                    980             980  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     533             533  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                             10,041          10,041  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                          59              59  ..............
 217 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                            102,501         106,501          +4,000
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        28,228          28,728            +500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    294,516         299,016          +4,500
 
     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                               -292,794        -292,794  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............        -615,000        -615,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, ARMY                               43,670,542      43,060,042        -610,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY                          43,670,542      43,060,042        -610,500
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   217 Reserve                 102,501         106,501          +4,000
        Officers
        Training Corps
        (ROTC)
           Program      ..............  ..............          +4,000
            increase:
            ROTC
            helicopter
            training
            program
   218 Junior ROTC              28,228          28,728            +500
           Program      ..............  ..............            +500
            increase
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............        -575,000        -575,000
        management:
        Revised budget
        estimate
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -40,000         -40,000
        management:
        Rate
        adjustments
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $28,772,118,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  30,426,211,000
Committee recommendation................................  30,305,481,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$30,305,481,000. This is $120,730,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY
 
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                                                       4,382,346       4,382,346  ..............
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             1,331,184       1,331,184  ..............
  11 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         83,235          83,235  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,531,259       1,531,259  ..............
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   172,777         172,777  ..............
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    159,053         159,053  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      460,487         460,487  ..............
  45 ALLOWANCES                                                        120,780         120,780  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                                                     41,489          41,489  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               334,535         334,535  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  8,617,145       8,617,145  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                                                       9,647,068       9,647,068  ..............
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             2,933,110       2,933,110  ..............
  66 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                        182,026         182,026  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     4,480,750       4,480,750  ..............
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    103,984         103,984  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      938,584         938,584  ..............
  95 ALLOWANCES                                                        636,255         636,255  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                                                    117,648         117,648  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               738,001         738,001  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 19,777,426      19,777,426  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF MIDSHIPMEN
 110 MIDSHIPMEN                                                         83,875          83,875  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   821,434         821,434  ..............
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               418,478         418,478  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                               5               5  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  1,239,917       1,239,917  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                   98,373          98,373  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                                                    89,865          89,865  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                227,416         227,416  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 356,813         356,813  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                 109,210         109,210  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                          30,763          30,763  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                              13,156          13,156  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                          15,753          15,753  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                    941,349         941,349  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                     35              35  ..............
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                              1,220           1,220  ..............
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   21,300          21,300  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              58,148          58,148  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 12,065          12,065  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     173             173  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              4,162           4,162  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                          34              34  ..............
 217 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                             21,032          21,032  ..............
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        14,961          15,231            +270
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    133,130         133,400            +270
 
     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                               -366,631        -366,631  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............        -121,000        -121,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, NAVY                               30,426,211      30,305,481        -120,730
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY                          30,426,211      30,305,481        -120,730
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   218 Junior ROTC              14,961          15,231            +270
           Program      ..............  ..............            +270
            increase
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -26,000         -26,000
        management:
        Rate
        adjustments
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -95,000         -95,000
        management:
        Revised budget
        estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $13,231,114,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  13,890,968,000
Committee recommendation................................  13,799,038,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$13,799,038,000. This is $91,930,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS
 
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                                                       1,641,181       1,641,181  ..............
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                               498,204         498,204  ..............
  11 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         31,369          31,369  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                       546,247         546,247  ..............
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                    67,428          67,428  ..............
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     46,034          46,034  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                                                        3,891           3,891  ..............
  45 ALLOWANCES                                                         46,208          46,208  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                                                     17,019          17,019  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               125,091         125,091  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  3,022,672       3,022,672  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                                                       5,196,233       5,196,233  ..............
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             1,574,705       1,574,705  ..............
  66 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         97,777          97,777  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,658,129       1,658,129  ..............
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                      9,137           9,137  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      198,171         198,171  ..............
  95 ALLOWANCES                                                        304,996         304,996  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                                                     97,425          97,425  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               396,969         396,969  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                  9,533,542       9,533,542  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   444,111         444,111  ..............
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               410,720         410,720  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                              10              10  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    854,841         854,841  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                   48,992          48,992  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                                                    16,506          16,506  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                166,904         166,904  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 110,869         110,869  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                  87,538          87,538  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                             890             890  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                               8,730           8,730  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                           5,743           5,743  ..............
 165 OTHER                                                               2,140           2,140  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                    448,312         448,312  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                    236             236  ..............
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                 19              19  ..............
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   13,100          13,100  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              37,114          37,114  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                  4,661           4,661  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                      86              86  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              1,448           1,448  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                         103             103  ..............
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                                                         3,790           3,860             +70
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                     60,557          60,627             +70
 
     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                                -28,956         -28,956  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -92,000         -92,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, MARINE CORPS                       13,890,968      13,799,038         -91,930
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                  13,890,968      13,799,038         -91,930
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   218 Junior ROTC               3,790           3,860             +70
           Program      ..............  ..............             +70
            increase
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -17,000         -17,000
        management:
        Rate
        adjustments
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -75,000         -75,000
        management:
        Revised budget
        estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $28,790,440,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  30,526,011,000
Committee recommendation................................  30,173,691,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$30,173,691,000. This is $352,320,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE
 
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                                                       5,208,253       5,208,253  ..............
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             1,571,933       1,571,933  ..............
  11 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         97,630          97,630  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,573,578       1,573,578  ..............
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   202,971         202,971  ..............
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    284,437         284,437  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      368,153         368,153  ..............
  45 ALLOWANCES                                                        120,547         120,547  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                                                     46,101          46,101  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               397,802         397,802  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  9,871,405       9,871,405  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                                                       9,601,883       9,601,883  ..............
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             2,909,736       2,909,736  ..............
  66 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                        179,662         179,662  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     3,882,466       3,882,466  ..............
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     71,294          71,294  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      492,365         492,365  ..............
  95 ALLOWANCES                                                        559,102         559,102  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                                                    121,017         121,017  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               734,544         734,544  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 18,552,069      18,552,069  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS
 110 ACADEMY CADETS                                                     79,454          79,454  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                 1,040,809       1,040,809  ..............
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               146,609         146,609  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                               6               6  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  1,187,424       1,187,424  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                  102,161         102,161  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                                                    70,306          70,306  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                279,456         279,456  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 516,029         516,029  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                 162,934         162,934  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                           9,752           9,752  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                              28,300          28,300  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                          34,442          34,442  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                  1,203,380       1,203,380  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                     18              18  ..............
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                              2,282           2,282  ..............
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   15,000          15,000  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              23,490          23,490  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                     55              55  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     462             462  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              3,061           3,061  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                         482             482  ..............
 217 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                             47,328          47,328  ..............
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        18,825          19,205            +380
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    111,003         111,383            +380
 
     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                               -478,724        -478,724  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............        -376,000        -376,000
     TRANSFER FROM O&M. AF                                      ..............          23,300         +23,300
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, AIR FORCE                          30,526,011      30,173,691        -352,320
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                     30,526,011      30,173,691        -352,320
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   218 Junior ROTC              18,825          19,205            +380
           Program      ..............  ..............            +380
            increase
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -26,000         -26,000
        management:
        Rate
        adjustments
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............        -350,000        -350,000
        management:
        Revised budget
        estimate
UNDIST Transfer: From   ..............          23,300         +23,300
        Air Force-
        identified
        asset in
        Operation and
        Maintenance,
        Air Force SAG
        11C to be used
        for fiscal
        year 2019
        costs
        associated
        with the
        transition to
        the
        Operational
        Camouflage
        Pattern (OCP)
        uniform at the
        request of the
        Air Force
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $4,715,608,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   4,955,947,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,870,947,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,870,947,000. This is $85,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY
 
       ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
    10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                 1,624,216       1,624,216  ..............
    20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY)                  42,354          42,354  ..............
    30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                 227,561         227,561  ..............
    40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                          9,658           9,658  ..............
    60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                             1,121           1,121  ..............
    70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                 252,317         252,317  ..............
    80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                309,074         309,074  ..............
    90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                    2,309,323       2,309,323  ..............
    94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                       35,494          35,494  ..............
   100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                               24,274          24,274  ..............
   120 HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                    64,225          64,225  ..............
   130 OTHER PROGRAMS (ADMIN & SUPPORT)                                 56,330          56,330  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                4,955,947       4,955,947  ..............
 
       UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                 ..............         -85,000         -85,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY                           4,955,947       4,870,947         -85,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -3,000          -3,000
UNDIST Improving funds management: Revised budget estimate      ..............         -82,000         -82,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $1,988,362,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   2,067,521,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,059,521,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,059,521,000. This is $8,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY
 
      ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
   10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                    698,480         698,480  ..............
   20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY)                    8,364           8,364  ..............
   30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                   62,628          62,628  ..............
   60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                             11,535          11,535  ..............
   70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   55,012          55,012  ..............
   80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                 109,433         109,433  ..............
   90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                     1,052,934       1,052,934  ..............
   94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                        14,011          14,011  ..............
  100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                    78              78  ..............
  120 HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                     55,046          55,046  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 2,067,521       2,067,521  ..............
 
      UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                  ..............          -8,000          -8,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY                           2,067,521       2,059,521          -8,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -1,000          -1,000
UNDIST Improving funds management: Revised budget               ..............          -7,000          -7,000
       estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $764,903,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................     788,090,000
Committee recommendation................................     787,090,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $787,090,000. 
This is $1,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS
 
       ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
    10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                   284,427         284,427  ..............
    20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY)                  44,091          44,091  ..............
    30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                 124,573         124,573  ..............
    60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                             1,347           1,347  ..............
    70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                  26,089          26,089  ..............
    80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                 42,780          42,780  ..............
    90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      244,504         244,504  ..............
    94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                        4,776           4,776  ..............
    95 PLATOON LEADER CLASS                                              9,364           9,364  ..............
   100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                6,139           6,139  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  788,090         788,090  ..............
 
       UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                 ..............          -1,000          -1,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                    788,090         787,090          -1,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -1,000          -1,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $1,802,554,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   1,894,286,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,871,286,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,871,286,000. This is $23,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE
 
     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                     700,565         700,565  ..............
  20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY)                   100,488         100,488  ..............
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                    53,181          53,181  ..............
  40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                            3,101           3,101  ..............
  60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                                 725             725  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   152,919         152,919  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  279,605         279,605  ..............
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                        518,918         518,918  ..............
  94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                          9,755           9,755  ..............
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 14,553          14,553  ..............
 120 HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                      57,363          57,363  ..............
 130 OTHER PROGRAMS (ADMIN & SUPPORT)                                    3,113           3,113  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  1,894,286       1,894,286  ..............
 
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -23,000         -23,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                       1,894,286       1,871,286         -23,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -1,000          -1,000
UNDIST Improving funds management: Revised budget estimate      ..............         -22,000         -22,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $8,264,626,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   8,744,345,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,650,645,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,650,645,000. This is $93,700,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY
 
     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                   2,805,051       2,805,051  ..............
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                   575,310         575,310  ..............
  40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                           43,618          43,618  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   554,644         554,644  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  695,097         698,697          +3,600
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      3,925,593       3,925,593  ..............
  94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         55,530          55,530  ..............
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 89,502          89,502  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  8,744,345       8,747,945          +3,600
 
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -99,500         -99,500
     TRAUMA TRAINING                                            ..............           1,200          +1,200
     WILDFIRE TRAINING                                          ..............           1,000          +1,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY                     8,744,345       8,650,645         -93,700
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   080 Special Training                                                695,097         698,697          +3,600
           Program increase: State Partnership Program          ..............  ..............          +3,600
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -7,000          -7,000
UNDIST Improving funds management: Revised budget estimate      ..............         -92,500         -92,500
UNDIST Program increase: Advanced trauma training program       ..............           1,200          +1,200
UNDIST Program increase: National Guard wildfire training       ..............           1,000          +1,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National Guard Cyber Protection Teams.--The Army National 
Guard currently has 11 Cyber Protection Teams [CPT] with a plan 
to reach Full Operational Capability by fiscal year 2022. The 
Committee recognizes the National Guard's unique authority to 
provide cyberspace operations support to State and local 
agencies for domestic operations, supports additional CPTs and 
encourages the Army to investigate the viability of a CPT in 
each State's Guard.

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $3,408,817,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   3,725,380,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,718,780,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,718,780,000. This is $6,600,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE
 
     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                     989,368         989,368  ..............
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                    85,771          85,771  ..............
  40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                            8,113           8,113  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   334,293         334,293  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  167,411         171,011          +3,600
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      2,099,045       2,099,045  ..............
  94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         25,177          25,177  ..............
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 16,202          16,202  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  3,725,380       3,728,980          +3,600
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -12,000         -12,000
     TRAUMA TRAINING                                            ..............           1,800          +1,800
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                3,725,380       3,718,780          -6,600
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   080 Special Training                                                167,411         171,011          +3,600
           Program increase: State Partnership Program          ..............  ..............          +3,600
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -2,000          -2,000
UNDIST Improving funds management: Revised budget estimate      ..............         -10,000         -10,000
UNDIST Program increase: Advanced trauma training program       ..............           1,800          +1,800
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                TITLE II

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to prepare for and conduct combat operations and other 
peace time missions. These funds are used to purchase fuel and 
spare parts for training operations, pay supporting civilian 
personnel, and purchase supplies, equipment, and service 
contracts for the repair of weapons and facilities.
    The President's fiscal year 2019 budget requests a total of 
$199,469,636,000 for operation and maintenance appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends operation and maintenance 
appropriations totaling $193,982,413,000 for fiscal year 2019. 
This is $5,487,223,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended operation and maintenance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2019 are summarized below:

                               SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance:
    Operation and Maintenance, Army.............................      42,009,317      40,634,715      -1,374,602
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy.............................      49,003,633      47,296,183      -1,707,450
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps.....................       6,832,510       6,372,000        -460,510
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force........................      42,060,568      40,775,374      -1,285,194
    Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide.....................      36,352,625      35,662,783        -689,842
    Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve.....................       2,916,909       2,854,909         -62,000
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve.....................       1,027,006       1,018,006          -9,000
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve.............         271,570         271,570  ..............
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve................       3,260,234       3,247,534         -12,700
    Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard..............       7,399,295       7,261,295        -138,000
    Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard...............       6,427,622       6,433,697          +6,075
    United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.........          14,662          14,662  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Army.............................         203,449         228,449         +25,000
    Environmental Restoration, Navy.............................         329,253         329,253  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Air Force........................         296,808         365,808         +69,000
    Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide.....................           8,926           8,926  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites......         212,346         212,346  ..............
    Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid..............         107,663         107,663  ..............
    Cooperative Threat Reduction Account........................         335,240         335,240  ..............
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund         400,000         552,000        +152,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     199,469,636     193,982,413      -5,487,223
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     REPROGRAMMING GUIDANCE FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE ACCOUNTS

    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to submit 
the Base for Reprogramming (DD Form 1414) for each of the 
fiscal year 2019 appropriation accounts not later than 60 days 
after the enactment of this act. The Secretary of Defense is 
prohibited from executing any reprogramming or transfer of 
funds for any purpose other than originally appropriated until 
the aforementioned report is submitted to the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to use the 
normal prior approval reprogramming procedures to transfer 
funds in the services' operation and maintenance accounts 
between O-1 budget activities, or between subactivity groups in 
the case of Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide, in excess 
of $20,000,000.
    The Committee maintains the reprogramming rules established 
in the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public 
Law 115-141) for transferring funding out of readiness 
subactivity groups, which are defined as follows:
        Army:
                Maneuver units
                Modular support brigades
                Land forces operations support
                Aviation assets
                Force readiness operations support
                Land forces depot maintenance
                Base operations support
                Facilities sustainment, restoration and 
                modernization
                Specialized skill training
        Navy:
                Mission and other flight operations
                Fleet air training
                Aircraft depot maintenance
                Mission and other ship operations
                Ship depot maintenance
                Facilities sustainment, restoration and 
                modernization
        Marine Corps:
                Operational forces
                Field logistics
                Depot maintenance
                Facilities sustainment, restoration and 
                modernization
        Air Force:
                Primary combat forces
                Combat enhancement forces
                Depot purchase equipment maintenance
                Facilities sustainment, restoration and 
                modernization
                Contractor logistics support and system support
                Flying hour program
        Air Force Reserve:
                Primary combat forces
        Air National Guard:
                Aircraft operations
    During fiscal year 2019, the Committee directs the Service 
Secretaries to submit written notification to the congressional 
defense committees not later than 30 days prior to implementing 
transfers in excess of $20,000,000 out of any readiness sub-
activity if the funds will be transferred into another 
readiness sub-activity. However, if funding is transferred out 
of any readiness sub-activity into a non-readiness sub-
activity, the Secretary of Defense is directed to use normal 
prior approval reprogramming procedures.
    The Committee further directs the Service Secretaries to 
include an enclosure with each written notification that 
includes increases and decreases by sub-activity group, a 
detailed justification explaining why the sources of funding 
are available and why the increases are necessary, and an 
explanation of the impact on resources included in the fiscal 
year 2020 budget request for each increase and decrease. All 
transfers may be implemented 30 days after congressional 
notification unless an objection is received from one of the 
congressional defense committees.
    Additionally, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense to use normal prior approval reprogramming procedures 
when implementing transfers in excess of $20,000,000 into the 
following budget sub-activities:
        Operation and Maintenance, Army:
                Recruiting and advertising
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard:
                Other personnel support/recruiting and 
                advertising

            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE BUDGET EXECUTION DATA

    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to continue 
to provide the congressional defense committees with quarterly 
budget execution data. Such data should be provided not later 
than 45 days after the close of each quarter of the fiscal 
year, and should be provided for each O-1 budget activity, 
activity group, and sub-activity group for each of the active, 
defense-wide, reserve, and National Guard components. For each 
O-1 budget activity, activity group, and sub-activity group, 
these reports should include the budget request and actual 
obligation amount, the distribution of unallocated 
congressional adjustments to the budget request, all 
adjustments made by the Department in establishing the Base for 
Reprogramming (DD Form 1414) report, all adjustments resulting 
from below threshold reprogrammings, and all adjustments 
resulting from prior approval reprogramming requests.

            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS

    Items for which additional funds have been provided or have 
been specifically reduced as shown in the project level tables 
or in paragraphs using the phrase ``only for'' or ``only to'' 
in the Committee report are congressional special interest 
items for the purpose of the Base for Reprogramming (DD Form 
1414). Each of these items must be carried on the DD Form 1414 
at the stated amount as specifically addressed in the Committee 
report. Below Threshold Reprogrammings may not be used to 
either restore or reduce funding from congressional special 
interest items as identified on the DD Form 1414.

                   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

    Civilian Workforce.--The Committee expects the Department 
of Defense to maintain a stable, effective, right-sized 
civilian cadre. The Committee further expects the hiring 
process to be responsive and efficient in order to build the 
workforce needed to achieve its mission and strategic goals. 
The Committee recognizes the critical role that the civilian 
workforce plays every day in ensuring the mission success of 
the Armed Forces.
    Contract Services Spending.--The Committee is concerned 
that the Department of Defense does not have adequate policies, 
procedures, and controls in place to enforce limitations on the 
annual amounts expended on contracted services. There is 
further concern that not all contracted services are being 
subjected to spending limitations because of the exclusion of 
contracted services involving Economy Act transfers between and 
within Department of Defense components. Additionally, because 
of the disparity between the levels of contracted services 
captured in the Inventory of Contracts for Services, required 
under section 2330a of title 10, United States Code, and what 
the Department budgets for contracted services, it appears as 
though the Department does not deliberately plan for most 
contracted services. The Committee urges the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Comptroller) to review the efforts of the financial 
management and acquisition communities to implement effective 
control mechanisms for contracted services spending.
    Tobacco Use in the Military.--Tobacco use is the leading 
cause of preventable death in the United States, with more than 
480,000 deaths attributable to cigarette smoking each year. The 
Department of Defense has affirmed the goal of a tobacco-free 
military, and has implemented a range of programs including 
public education campaigns, the banning of all tobacco use 
during basic training, and the prohibition of tobacco use by 
instructors in the presence of students. The Committee supports 
the Secretary of Defense's Policy Memorandum 16-001 from April 
8, 2016, directing the military services ``to ensure a 
comprehensive tobacco policy that assists with preventing 
initiation of tobacco use, helping those who want to quit using 
tobacco succeed, and decreasing exposure to second-hand smoke 
for all our people.'' As a result, the Committee retains a 
provision from the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 
2018 (Public Law 115-141) directing the elimination of the 
price subsidy provided to tobacco products at military 
exchanges.
    Voluntary Military Education Programs--Enforcing Memorandum 
of Understanding.--The Committee supports the Department of 
Defense's commitment to enforcing the terms of the current 
Memorandum of Understanding [MOU] with all educational 
institutions providing educational programs through the 
Department of Defense tuition assistance program. The Committee 
is also supportive of the Department's efforts to increase 
participating institutions' understanding of their contractual 
obligations as MOU signatories and the procedures for 
enforcement as outlined in Department of Defense Instruction 
[DODI] 1322.25. The Committee urges the Department to maintain 
vigorous defense of these responsibilities in order to protect 
the integrity and quality of voluntary military education 
programs.
    Demonstration Project for Contractors Employing Persons 
with Disabilities.--The Committee encourages the Secretary of 
Defense to pursue a demonstration project for contractors 
employing persons with disabilities. The demonstration project 
is modeled after the Small Business Administration's Set Aside 
program, but uniquely includes an incentive for Federal 
contracting entities to hire people with disabilities who 
currently receive Social Security benefits. Such a 
demonstration project provides opportunities for severely 
disabled individuals to become gainfully employed taxpayers.
    Transfer of Veterans Memorial Objects to Foreign 
Governments.--The Committee directs that the use of any funds 
appropriated in this act to carry out authorities under section 
2864 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
2018 be subject to normal reprogramming procedures.
    Reporting Requirement on Suppliers from Bangladesh.--The 
annual report directed by the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2015 regarding factories in Bangladesh that 
produce items sold in the commissary and exchange systems is no 
longer required after fiscal year 2018.
    Drinking Water Contamination.--The Committee remains 
concerned about the health implications of contaminated 
drinking water due to perfluorinated chemicals [PFCs]. The 
Committee worked with the military services to assess unfunded 
executable requirements in fiscal year 2019 due to issues 
associated PFCs and provided additional funding accordingly. 
The Committee intends to aggressively follow up with the 
services on procedures for timely remediation and community 
notification.
    Additionally, the Committee encourages the Secretary of 
Defense to evaluate the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of 
available remediation technologies for the removal of PFCs and 
other chemical contaminants from ground water and drinking 
water, to include granulated activated carbon systems which 
have already been installed at current and former Department of 
Defense installations.
    Boards for Correction of Military Records.--The Air Force 
Review Board Agency, Army Review Boards Agency, and the Board 
of Naval Corrections play a decisive role ensuring that 
military personnel enjoy fair, just, and equitable decisions as 
it pertains to their service records and benefits. However, the 
Committee is concerned that the Boards have failed to modernize 
personnel, processes, and infrastructure at the pace required 
for demonstrated increases in the volume and complexity of its 
caseloads. As a result, the Boards are significantly under-
resourced. The Committee also notes that none of the Boards 
have current, validated needs assessments for personnel, 
information technology, and operations, which are critical to 
the budget process. The Committee has not yet received the 
report directed by the Department of Defense Appropriations 
Act, 2018, and awaits receipt of the service Secretaries' plans 
to address these resourcing issues.
    Excess Department of Defense Property.--The Department of 
Defense's 1033 program, which transfers surplus equipment to 
Federal, State, local, tribal and territorial law enforcement 
agencies, can provide substantial support for law enforcement 
activities. The Committee notes that current law requires 
consultation between the Secretary of Defense and the Attorney 
General, the Director of National Drug Control Policy, and the 
Secretary of Homeland Security, as appropriate. The Committee 
urges the Secretary of Defense to maintain an ongoing working 
group of agency representatives from the Departments of Justice 
and Homeland Security, the Office of National Drug Control 
Policy, the General Services Administration, as well as public 
stakeholders, to provide effective consultation regarding the 
1033 program, to discuss issues, concerns and opportunities 
regarding the 1033 program, and to ensure coordination with 
programs that provide similar equipment to law enforcement. The 
Committee directs the Director of the Defense Logistics Agency 
to improve public transparency and ensure that all program data 
is proactively published through the Law Enforcement Support 
Office [LESO] website. This should include historic data on 
both items requested and all transferred items. The Committee 
further directs the Director of the Defense Logistics Agency to 
notify Congress and the public, through the LESO website, 
before changes are made regarding the list of items allowed for 
transfer, including changes to those items considered 
controlled items.
    Long-term Temporary Duty Allowance.--The Committee 
recognizes the importance of per diem allowances for travelers 
on long-term temporary duty assignments. The Committee affirms 
its support for Section 632 of S. 2987, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019, which prohibits the 
Department of Defense from reducing per diem rates based on the 
duration of a temporary duty assignment or civilian travel.
    Operation and Maintenance Budget Justification.--The 
Committee commends the Department for the improvements in the 
Operation and Maintenance [O&M] budget materials made over the 
past several years. To further inform the congressional review, 
the Committee directs the following actions:
  --The Air Force justification lacks sufficient performance 
        criteria in a number of budget line items due to the 
        recent consolidation of flying hour costs into a 
        separate, single budget line item. The Air Force is 
        directed to develop more meaningful performance metrics 
        and criteria for the following budget line items to be 
        included in the budget justification for fiscal year 
        2020: 11A Primary Combat Forces, 11C Combat Enhancement 
        Forces, 11D Air Operations Training, 12A Global C3I and 
        Early Warning, 12C Other Combat Operations Support 
        Programs, 21A Airlift Operations, 32B Flight Training, 
        and 42G Other Servicewide Activities.
  --The Air Force, Air Force Reserve, and Air National Guard 
        are directed to include average salary data in the 
        Personnel Summary section of the OP-5 exhibits.
    Arctic Broadband Infrastructure.--The Committee is 
concerned that broadband infrastructure in the Arctic, 
particularly in northern Alaska and the Aleutian Islands, is 
not capable of supporting current military operations. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
conduct an evaluation of broadband infrastructure in the United 
States Arctic and provide a report to the congressional defense 
committees not later than 180 days after enactment of this act. 
The report shall list an inventory of all existing broadband 
and communications infrastructure in the Aleutian Island chain 
and Alaska's northwest and northern slope communities, as well 
as present limitations and needs for the future.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $38,816,957,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  42,009,317,000
Committee recommendation................................  40,634,715,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$40,634,715,000. This is $1,374,602,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     LAND FORCES
  10 MANEUVER UNITS                                                  2,076,360       1,761,360        -315,000
  20 MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES                                          107,946         107,946  ..............
  30 ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADES                                           732,485         732,485  ..............
  40 THEATER LEVEL ASSETS                                            1,169,508       1,079,508         -90,000
  50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                  1,180,460       1,180,460  ..............
  60 AVIATION ASSETS                                                 1,467,500       1,417,500         -50,000
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS
  70 FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                              4,285,211       3,895,211        -390,000
  80 LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS                                     482,201         482,201  ..............
  90 LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                   1,536,851       1,236,851        -300,000
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
 100 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                         8,274,299       8,242,299         -32,000
 110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, & MODERNIZATION            3,516,859       3,523,609          +6,750
 120 MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                           438,733         438,733  ..............
 
     COMBATANT COMMAND SUPPORT
 180 US AFRICA COMMAND                                                 231,518         231,518  ..............
 190 US EUROPEAN COMMAND                                               150,268         141,268          -9,000
 200 US SOUTHERN COMMAND                                               195,964         213,964         +18,000
 210 US FORCES KOREA                                                    59,625          59,625  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 25,905,788      24,744,538      -1,161,250
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION
 
     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
 220 STRATEGIC MOBILITY                                                370,941         354,941         -16,000
 230 ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS                                         573,560         562,560         -11,000
 240 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                             7,678           7,678  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                    952,179         925,179         -27,000
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
 
     ACCESSION TRAINING
 250 OFFICER ACQUISITION                                               135,832         135,832  ..............
 260 RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   54,819          54,819  ..............
 270 ONE STATION UNIT TRAINING                                          69,599          69,599  ..............
 280 SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                            518,998         518,998  ..............
 
     BASIC SKILL AND ADVANCED TRAINING
 290 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                      1,020,073       1,007,073         -13,000
 300 FLIGHT TRAINING                                                 1,082,190       1,082,190  ..............
 310 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                220,399         220,399  ..............
 320 TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  611,482         611,482  ..............
 
     RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
 330 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        698,962         648,962         -50,000
 340 EXAMINING                                                         162,049         162,049  ..............
 350 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                  215,622         215,622  ..............
 360 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                   176,914         176,914  ..............
 370 JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                            174,430         180,570          +6,140
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                  5,141,369       5,084,509         -56,860
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
 390 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                        588,047         588,047  ..............
 400 CENTRAL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES                                         931,462         921,462         -10,000
 410 LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                      696,114         696,114  ..............
 420 AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT                                             461,637         461,637  ..............
 
     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
 430 ADMINISTRATION                                                    447,564         447,564  ..............
 440 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                      2,069,127       2,069,127  ..............
 450 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT                                               261,021         261,021  ..............
 460 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                           379,541         349,541         -30,000
 470 OTHER SERVICE SUPPORT                                           1,699,767       1,687,767         -12,000
 480 ARMY CLAIMS ACTIVITIES                                            192,686         192,686  ..............
 490 REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT                                            240,917         240,917  ..............
 500 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                           291,569         291,569  ..............
 
     SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS
 510 SUPPORT OF NATO OPERATIONS                                        442,656         442,656  ..............
 520 MISC. SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS                                     48,251          48,251  ..............
 
     OTHER PROGRAMS
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                  1,259,622       1,281,130         +21,508
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                 10,009,981       9,979,489         -30,492
     OVERESTIMATION OF CIVILIAN FTE TARGETS                     ..............        -100,000        -100,000
     PL115-68 IMPLEMENTATION                                    ..............           1,000          +1,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY                   42,009,317      40,634,715      -1,374,602
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   111 Maneuver Units        2,076,360       1,761,360        -315,000
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -15,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        -300,000
            From Title
            II to
            Title IX
            for OCO
            Operations
   114 Theater Level         1,169,508       1,079,508         -90,000
        Assets
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -90,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   116 Aviation Assets       1,467,500       1,417,500         -50,000
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -50,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   121 Force Readiness       4,285,211       3,895,211        -390,000
        Operations
        Support
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            Advanced
            combat
            helmets
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        -400,000
            From Title
            II to
            Title IX
            for OCO
            Operations
   123 Land Forces           1,536,851       1,236,851        -300,000
        Depot
        Maintenance
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        -300,000
            From Title
            II to
            Title IX
            for OCO
            Operations
   131 Base Operations       8,274,299       8,242,299         -32,000
        Support
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -50,000
            funds
            management
            : Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2018
            increase
           Program      ..............  ..............         +17,000
            increase:
            PFOS/PFOA
            treatment,
            sampling,
            site
            investigat
            ions
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            Prevention
            of child
            abuse and
            training
            on safe
            childcare
            practices
   132 Facilities            3,516,859       3,523,609          +6,750
        Sustainment,
        Restoration &
        Modernization
           Program      ..............  ..............          +4,250
            increase:
            Advanced
            manufactur
            ing
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,500
            increase:
            Energy
            resilience
   142 US European             150,268         141,268          -9,000
        Command
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -9,000
            funds
            management
            : Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2018
            increase
   143 US Southern             195,964         213,964         +18,000
        Command
           Program      ..............  ..............         +18,000
            increase:
            Multi-miss
            ion
            support
            vessel
   211 Strategic               370,941         354,941         -16,000
        Mobility
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -16,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   212 Army                    573,560         562,560         -11,000
        Prepositioned
        Stocks
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -11,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   321 Specialized           1,020,073       1,007,073         -13,000
        Skill Training
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -13,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
   331 Recruiting and          698,962         648,962         -50,000
        Advertising
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -50,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   335 Junior Reserve          174,430         180,570          +6,140
        Officer
        Training Corps
           Program      ..............  ..............          +6,140
            increase
   411 Security              1,259,622       1,281,130         +21,508
        Programs
           Program      ..............  ..............         +23,328
            increase:
            SOUTHCOM
            ISR
            requiremen
            ts
           Classified   ..............  ..............          -1,820
            program
            adjustment
   422 Central Supply          931,462         921,462         -10,000
        Activities
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -10,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   434 Other Personnel         379,541         349,541         -30,000
        Support
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -30,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   435 Other Service         1,699,767       1,687,767         -12,000
        Support
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -12,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
UNDIST Maintain         ..............        -100,000        -100,000
        program
        affordability:
        Overestimation
        of Civilian
        FTE
UNDIST Program          ..............           1,000          +1,000
        increase:
        Public Law115-
        68
        implementation
        at Combatant
        Commands
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Army Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization and 
Facility Reduction Funding.--The Committee supports the robust 
funding level requested in fiscal year 2019 for facility 
sustainment, restoration and modernization. The Secretary of 
the Army is encouraged to use a portion of these funds on Army 
testing facilities and for the demolition of contaminated 
military facilities that are no longer in use.
    Army Mountain Warfare Capabilities.--The Committee 
recognizes the contemporary national security relevance of 
military mountaineering training and supports bolstering 
existing frameworks to train personnel in this field. The 
Committee directs the Secretary of the Army to review the 
Army's current mountaineering capabilities, any gaps in 
personnel and resources for continuing and potential missions, 
and any limitations that may exist to increasing training 
capacity should it be required. The Secretary of the Army shall 
provide a report detailing the results of the review to the 
House and Senate Appropriations Committees not later than 90 
days after the enactment of this act.
    Mobile Small Arms Repair Team.--The Committee encourages 
the Secretary of the Army to conduct a pilot program to assess 
the feasibility and advisability of providing a mobile small 
arms repair team to be located near a United States Army Depot.
    Logistics Automation Systems Sustainment.--The Committee 
encourages the Secretary of the Army to leverage Condition 
Based Maintenance technologies and concepts to maintain 
logistic and equipment publications. This includes utilizing 
industry available software that can be integrated for specific 
purposes in the capture of holistic data analytics provided by 
embedded sensors to update equipment and repair manuals in real 
time.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $45,384,353,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  49,003,633,000
Committee recommendation................................  47,296,183,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$47,296,183,000. This is $1,707,450,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS                             5,372,399       4,772,399        -600,000
  20 FLEET AIR TRAINING                                              2,023,351       2,023,351  ..............
  30 AVIATION TECHNICAL DATA AND ENGINEERING SERVICES                   56,225          56,225  ..............
  40 AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY SUPPORT                                 156,081         156,081  ..............
  50 AIR SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                               682,379         670,379         -12,000
  60 AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                      1,253,756       1,253,756  ..............
  70 AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                  66,649          66,649  ..............
  80 AVIATION LOGISTICS                                                939,368         939,368  ..............
 
     SHIP OPERATIONS
  90 MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS                               4,439,566       3,819,566        -620,000
 100 SHIP OPERATIONS SUPPORT AND TRAINING                              997,663         997,663  ..............
 110 SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                          8,751,526       8,141,526        -610,000
 120 SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                   2,168,876       2,168,876  ..............
 
     COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS/SUPPORT
 130 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE                    1,349,593       1,343,293          -6,300
 150 SPACE SYSTEMS AND SURVEILLANCE                                    215,255         215,255  ..............
 160 WARFARE TACTICS                                                   632,446         617,446         -15,000
 170 OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY                          373,046         373,046  ..............
 180 COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES                                           1,452,075       1,452,075  ..............
 190 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                153,719         153,719  ..............
 210 COMBATANT COMMANDERS CORE OPERATIONS                               63,039          63,039  ..............
 220 COMBATANT COMMANDERS DIRECT MISSION SUPPORT                        89,339          89,339  ..............
 230 MILITARY INFORMATION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                             8,475           8,475  ..............
 240 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                             424,088         424,088  ..............
 
     WEAPONS SUPPORT
 260 FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE                                         1,361,947       1,361,947  ..............
 280 WEAPONS MAINTENANCE                                               823,952         823,952  ..............
 290 OTHER WEAPON SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                      494,101         474,101         -20,000
 
     BASE SUPPORT
 300 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                 921,936         921,936  ..............
 310 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION             2,040,389       2,390,389        +350,000
 320 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                          4,414,753       4,418,253          +3,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 41,725,992      40,196,192      -1,529,800
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION
 
     READY RESERVE AND PREPOSITIONING FORCES
 330 SHIP PREPOSITIONING AND SURGE                                     549,142         549,142  ..............
 340 READY RESERVE FORCE                                               310,805         310,805  ..............
 
     ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS
 360 SHIP ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS                                    161,150         161,150  ..............
 
     MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS
 370 FLEET HOSPITAL PROGRAM                                            120,338         120,338  ..............
 390 COAST GUARD SUPPORT                                                24,097          24,097  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                  1,165,532       1,165,532  ..............
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
 
     ACCESSION TRAINING
 400 OFFICER ACQUISITION                                               145,481         145,481  ..............
 410 RECRUIT TRAINING                                                    9,637           9,637  ..............
 420 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                                   149,687         151,187          +1,500
 
     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
 430 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                        879,557         793,557         -86,000
 450 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                184,436         184,436  ..............
 460 TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  223,159         223,159  ..............
 
     RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
 470 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        181,086         181,086  ..............
 480 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                   96,006          96,006  ..............
 490 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                    72,083          72,083  ..............
 500 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        54,156          55,106            +950
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                  1,995,288       1,911,738         -83,550
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
 510 ADMINISTRATION                                                  1,089,964       1,069,964         -20,000
 530 CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                        164,074         164,074  ..............
 540 MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                        418,350         418,350  ..............
 
     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT
 580 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                        167,106         167,106  ..............
 600 PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT                         333,556         336,556          +3,000
 610 ACQUISITION, LOGISTICS AND OVERSIGHT                              663,690         663,690  ..............
 
     SECURITY PROGRAMS
 650 NAVAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE                                       705,087         705,087  ..............
 
     OTHER PROGRAMS
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                    574,994         570,494          -4,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  4,116,821       4,095,321         -21,500
     LONG TERM TEMP DUTY WAIVERS                                ..............           1,400          +1,400
     PRICING ADJUSTMENT                                         ..............         -75,000         -75,000
     PL115-68 IMPLEMENTATION                                    ..............           1,000          +1,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY                   49,003,633      47,296,183      -1,707,450
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2019 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item          estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1A1A Mission and          5,372,399       4,772,399        -600,000
        Other Flight
        Operations
           Maintain    ..............  ..............        -100,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Projected
            underexec
            ution
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............        -500,000
            From
            Title II
            to Title
            IX for
            OCO
            Operation
            s
  1A4N Air Systems            682,379         670,379         -12,000
        Support
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -12,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  1B1B Mission and          4,439,566       3,819,566        -620,000
        Other Ship
        Operations
           Maintain    ..............  ..............        -120,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............        -500,000
            From
            Title II
            to Title
            IX for
            OCO
            Operation
            s
  1B4B Ship Depot           8,751,526       8,141,526        -610,000
        Maintenance
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............        -610,000
            To Other
            Procureme
            nt, Navy
            for the
            USS
            BOISE,
            USS NEW
            YORK and
            USS
            GUNSTON
            HALL
            availabil
            ities
  1C1C Combat               1,349,593       1,343,293          -6,300
        Communication
        s and
        Electronic
        Warfare
           Improving   ..............  ..............         -25,000
            funds
            managemen
            t: Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2018
            increases
           Program     ..............  ..............         +18,700
            increase:
            SOUTHCOM
            ISR
            requireme
            nts
  1C4C Warfare                632,446         617,446         -15,000
        Tactics
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -15,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  1D7D Other Weapon           494,101         474,101         -20,000
        Systems
        Support
           Classified  ..............  ..............         -20,000
            program
            adjustmen
            t
  BSM1 Sustainment,         2,040,389       2,390,389        +350,000
        Restoration
        and
        Modernization
           Program     ..............  ..............        +350,000
            increase
  BSS1 Base Operating       4,414,753       4,418,253          +3,500
        Support
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -27,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Program     ..............  ..............         +28,000
            increase:
            Aqueous
            foam
            disposal
            and
            replaceme
            nt
           Program     ..............  ..............          +1,500
            increase:
            Amphibiou
            s
            readiness
            group
            planning
            and
            design
           Program     ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            Preventio
            n of
            child
            abuse and
            training
            on safe
            childcare
            practices
  3A3J Reserve                149,687         151,187          +1,500
        Officers
        Training
        Corps
           Program     ..............  ..............          +1,500
            increase:
            Navy ROTC
  3B1K Specialized            879,557         793,557         -86,000
        Skill
        Training
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -86,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Ready,
            Relevant
            Learning
            funding
            ahead of
            need
  3C5L Junior ROTC             54,156          55,106            +950
           Program     ..............  ..............            +950
            increase
  4A1M Administration       1,089,964       1,069,964         -20,000
           Improving   ..............  ..............         -20,000
            funds
            managemen
            t:
            Program
            decrease
            unaccount
            ed for
  4B2N Planning,              333,556         336,556          +3,000
        Engineering
        and Program
        Support
           Program     ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase:
            Alternati
            ve energy
   999 Classified             574,994         570,494          -4,500
        Programs
           Classified  ..............  ..............          -4,500
            program
            adjustmen
            t
UNDIST Program         ..............           1,000          +1,000
        increase:
        Public Law
        115-68
        implementatio
        n at
        Combatant
        Commands
UNDIST Program         ..............           1,400          +1,400
        increase:
        Joint travel
        regulation-lo
        ng term
        temporary
        duty waivers
UNDIST     Improving   ..............         -75,000         -75,000
            funds
            managemen
            t: Navy
            supply
            managemen
            t pricing
            adjustmen
            t to
            reflect
            correct
            rates
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Public Shipyard Availabilities.--The Committee urges the 
Navy to further workforce development at each of its public 
shipyards and continue to invest in its Shipyard Infrastructure 
Optimization Plan, which would address infrastructure 
requirements necessary to support maintenance availabilities 
and the workforce at the public shipyards. Additionally, the 
Committee directs the Secretary of the Navy to notify the 
congressional defense committees not later than 90 days before 
diverting from a public shipyard any currently scheduled 
surface ship or submarine availability. The notification shall 
include a justification of why the availability cannot be 
supported in the public shipyard without affecting Navy 
readiness and an explanation of the measures the Navy has taken 
to mitigate any harm to the operations, workload, and workforce 
development of the public shipyard that may result from 
diverting the availability.
    Chief of Naval Air Training.--The Committee understands the 
critical training requirement and pilot shortfall that the 
Department of Defense is experiencing and encourages the 
Secretary of the Navy to seek alternate airfields, to include 
in-land locations, to expand training opportunities.
    Naval Shipyard Apprentice Program.--The Committee directs 
that during fiscal year 2019 the Navy shall induct classes of 
no fewer than 100 apprentices, respectively, at each of the 
naval shipyards. The Committee further directs the Navy to 
include the costs of the fiscal year 2020 class of apprentices 
in its budget request.
    U.S. Coast Guard.--The Committee is aware that Department 
of Defense [DOD] regulations currently restrict DOD mission 
appropriated funded activities from offering reimbursable rates 
to non-DOD agencies. This restriction forces the Navy to charge 
the U.S. Coast Guard fully burdened rates for drydocking 
services at Navy shipyards rather than reimbursable rates. 
Therefore, the Committee directs that funds appropriated under 
Operation and Maintenance, Navy may be used to pay overhead 
costs incurred by a Naval Shipyard when drydocking U.S. Coast 
Guard ships.
    Advanced Skills Management Legacy System Upgrades.--The 
Committee is concerned that the Navy is not giving full 
consideration to commercial-off-the-shelf software solutions. 
The Secretary of the Navy is encouraged to use the best value 
procurement methods when upgrading legacy software systems.
    Civilian Hiring Delays at Public Shipyards.--The Committee 
is aware that the Office of Civilian Human Resources has 
encountered extensive delays in processing new applicants and 
potential hires for the Department of the Navy. The Committee 
urges the Secretary of the Navy to increase awareness of 
civilian hiring needs at public shipyards and assess current 
timelines for processing new applicants and hires in order to 
avoid an impact on shipyard operations that may result in 
delays in completing submarine maintenance availabilities.
    Fuel Depot Monitoring Enhancements.--The Committee 
encourages the Secretary of the Navy to work with local and 
State governments and willing private landowners to enhance 
groundwater monitoring on non-Federal lands surrounding Navy 
fuel storage facilities and depots to improve public confidence 
in the Navy's stewardship of groundwater and other 
environmental resources. The Committee further urges the 
Secretary of the Navy to prioritize this enhanced groundwater 
monitoring at its oldest fuel storage facilities and depots 
that have a documented history of fuel leaks.
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Marine 
Operation Facilities.--The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 
2018 (Public Law 115-141) directed the Secretary of the Navy to 
work with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 
[NOAA] in order for NOAA to provide a report to the Commerce, 
Justice, Science Appropriations Subcommittee outlining the 
cost, scope, and timeline for constructing and outfitting new 
berthing facilities in Newport, Rhode Island by May 23, 2018. 
The language further directed NOAA to outline its partnership 
with the United States Navy and the United States Coast Guard 
on the associated shared responsibilities for constructing and 
using this facility. The Committee notes that this reporting 
requirement is overdue and expects its prompt delivery. In the 
meantime, the Committee encourages the Secretary of the Navy to 
consider funding planning and design activities for the pier at 
Naval Station Newport in fiscal year 2019 from within the 
Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization budget line item.

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $6,605,546,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   6,832,510,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,372,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$6,372,000,000. This is $460,510,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
  10 OPERATIONAL FORCES                                                873,320         637,320        -236,000
  20 FIELD LOGISTICS                                                 1,094,187       1,094,187  ..............
  30 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                 314,182         314,182  ..............
 
     USMC PREPOSITIONING
  40 MARITIME PREPOSITIONING                                            98,136          98,136  ..............
 
     COMBAT OPERATIONS/SUPPORT
  50 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                             183,546         183,546  ..............
 
     BASE SUPPORT
  60 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION               832,636         832,636  ..............
  70 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                          2,151,390       1,963,490        -187,900
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  5,547,397       5,123,497        -423,900
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
 
     ACCESSION TRAINING
  80 RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   16,453          16,453  ..............
  90 OFFICER ACQUISITION                                                 1,144           1,144  ..............
 
     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
 100 SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING                                       106,360         106,360  ..............
 110 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                 46,096          46,096  ..............
 120 TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  389,751         389,751  ..............
 
     RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING EDUCATION
 130 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        201,662         201,662  ..............
 140 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                   32,461          32,461  ..............
 150 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        24,217          24,607            +390
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                    818,144         818,534            +390
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
 160 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                         29,735          29,735  ..............
 170 ADMINISTRATION                                                    386,375         366,375         -20,000
 
     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     SECURITY PROGRAMS                                                  50,859          50,859  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    466,969         446,969         -20,000
     OVERESTIMATION OF CIVILIAN FTE TARGETS                     ..............         -17,000         -17,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS            6,832,510       6,372,000        -460,510
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1A1A Operational             873,320         637,320        -236,000
        Forces
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -25,000
            funds
            management
            : Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2018
            increase
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -16,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase:
            Marine
            hearing
            enhancemen
            t and
            protection
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        -200,000
            From Title
            II to
            Title IX
            for OCO
            Operations
  BSS1 Base Operating        2,151,390       1,963,490        -187,900
        Support
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -35,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            Prevention
            of child
            abuse and
            training
            on safe
            childcare
            practices
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        -153,900
            From Title
            II to
            Title IX
            for OCO
            Operations
  3C3F Junior ROTC              24,217          24,607            +390
           Program      ..............  ..............            +390
            increase
  4A4G Administration          386,375         366,375         -20,000
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -20,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -17,000         -17,000
        management:
        Overestimation
        of civilian
        FTE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Marine Corps Civilian Personnel.--The Committee is aware 
that the Marine Corps operates under a Manage to Payroll 
concept that focuses on a funding level for civilian labor and 
adjusts the Full Time Equivalent [FTE] level to reflect the 
estimated number of workyears that funding level will afford. 
This is unlike the other military services where the civilian 
personnel funding estimates are built on the workload 
requirements. To better understand this concept, the Committee 
directs the Government Accountability Office to provide the 
congressional defense committees a report not later than 90 
days after enactment of this act on the details of how the 
Marine Corps develops its civilian labor requirements (both 
FTEs and funding). The report should examine the benefits and 
shortfalls of this concept and make recommendations to either 
continue or change this approach.

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $39,544,193,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  42,060,568,000
Committee recommendation................................  40,775,374,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$40,775,374,000. This is $1,285,194,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES                                             758,178         758,178  ..............
  20 COMBAT ENHANCEMENT FORCES                                       1,509,027       1,227,027        -282,000
  30 AIR OPERATIONS TRAINING                                         1,323,330       1,280,730         -42,600
  40 DEPOT PURCHASE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                            3,511,830       2,994,830        -517,000
  50 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION             2,892,705       2,917,705         +25,000
  60 CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT AND SYSTEM SUPPORT                 7,613,084       7,848,084        +235,000
  70 FLYING HOUR PROGRAM                                             4,345,208       3,685,208        -660,000
  80 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                          5,989,215       6,016,115         +26,900
 
     COMBAT RELATED OPERATIONS
  90 GLOBAL C3I AND EARLY WARNING                                      928,023         928,023  ..............
 100 OTHER COMBAT OPERATIONS SUPPORT PROGRAMS                        1,080,956       1,080,956  ..............
 110 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                             879,032         813,032         -66,000
 
     SPACE OPERATIONS
 130 LAUNCH FACILITIES                                                 183,777         183,777  ..............
 140 SPACE CONTROL SYSTEMS                                             404,072         404,072  ..............
 
     COCOM
 170 US NORTHCOM/NORAD                                                 187,375         187,375  ..............
 180 US STRATCOM                                                       529,902         529,902  ..............
 190 US CYBERCOM                                                       329,474         329,474  ..............
 200 US CENTCOM                                                        166,024         166,024  ..............
 210 US SOCOM                                                              723             723  ..............
 220 US TRANSCOM                                                           535             535  ..............
 
     OPERATING FORCES
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             1,164,810       1,158,410          -6,400
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 33,797,280      32,510,180      -1,287,100
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION
 
     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
 230 AIRLIFT OPERATIONS                                              1,307,695       1,157,695        -150,000
 240 MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS                                         144,417         144,417  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                  1,452,112       1,302,112        -150,000
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
 
     ACCESSION TRAINING
 280 OFFICER ACQUISITION                                               133,187         133,187  ..............
 290 RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   25,041          25,041  ..............
 300 RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                             117,338         117,338  ..............
 
     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
 330 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                        401,996         401,996  ..............
 340 FLIGHT TRAINING                                                   477,064         477,064  ..............
 350 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                276,423         276,423  ..............
 360 TRAINING SUPPORT                                                   95,948          95,948  ..............
 
     RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
 380 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        154,530         154,530  ..............
 390 EXAMINING                                                           4,132           4,132  ..............
 400 OFF DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                  223,150         223,150  ..............
 410 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                   209,497         209,497  ..............
 420 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        59,908          60,908          +1,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                  2,178,214       2,179,214          +1,000
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
 430 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS                                              681,788         681,788  ..............
 440 TECHNICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                      117,812         117,812  ..............
 
     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 480 ADMINISTRATION                                                    953,102         933,102         -20,000
 490 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                        358,389         424,389         +66,000
 500 OTHER SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES                                    1,194,862       1,195,862          +1,000
 510 CIVIL AIR PATROL CORPORATION                                       29,594          33,600          +4,006
 
     SUPPORT TO OTHER NATIONS
 530 INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                                              74,959          74,959  ..............
 
     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     SECURITY PROGRAMS                                               1,222,456       1,178,956         -43,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  4,632,962       4,640,468          +7,506
 
     PL115-68 IMPLEMENTATION                                    ..............           1,000          +1,000
     7DAB FOR INDOPACOM                                         ..............         142,400        +142,400
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE              42,060,568      40,775,374      -1,285,194
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2019 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item          estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  011C Combat               1,509,027       1,227,027        -282,000
        Enhancement
        Forces
           Reduce      ..............  ..............        -282,000
            duplicati
            on: Air
            Force-ide
            ntified
            asset in
            title II
            for
            Battlefie
            ld
            Airborne
            Communica
            tions
            Node
            (BACN)
            due to
            adequate
            title IX
            funding.
            Partial
            transfer
            of this
            asset to
            O&M AF
            SAG 11Z
            and
            Military
            Personnel
            , Air
            Force for
            transitio
            n to the
            Operation
            al
            Camouflag
            e Pattern
            (OCP)
            uniform
            at the
            request
            of the
            Air Force
  011D Air Operations       1,323,330       1,280,730         -42,600
        Training
        (OJT,
        Maintain
        Skills)
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -60,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Program     ..............  ..............         +17,400
            increase:
            Training
            range
            upgrades
            to
            support F-
            35A
            beddown
  011M Depot Purchase       3,511,830       2,994,830        -517,000
        Equipment
        Maintenance
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -17,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............        -500,000
            From
            Title II
            to Title
            IX for
            OCO
            Operation
            s
  011R Facilities           2,892,705       2,917,705         +25,000
        Sustainment,
        Restoration &
        Modernization
           Program     ..............  ..............         +25,000
            increase:
            Additiona
            l demo
  011W Contractor           7,613,084       7,848,084        +235,000
        Logistics
        Support and
        System
        Support
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -90,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Program     ..............  ..............        +300,000
            increase
           Program     ..............  ..............         +25,000
            increase:
            F-35
            sustainme
            nt to
            accelerat
            e depot
            component
            repair
            capabilit
            y
  011Y Flying Hour          4,345,208       3,685,208        -660,000
        Program
           Maintain    ..............  ..............        -160,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............        -500,000
            From
            Title II
            to Title
            IX for
            OCO
            Operation
            s
  011Z Base Support         5,989,215       6,016,115         +26,900
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -14,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............         +35,900
            From Air
            Force-ide
            ntified
            asset in
            SAG 11C
            to be
            used for
            fiscal
            year 2019
            costs
            associate
            d with
            the
            transitio
            n to the
            Operation
            al
            Camouflag
            e Pattern
            (OCP)
            uniform
            at the
            request
            of the
            Air Force
           Program     ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase:
            Civil
            engineers
            equipment
  012D Cyberspace             879,032         813,032         -66,000
        Activities
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............         -66,000
            Air Force-
            requested
            transfer
            to SAG
            42B for
            Cloud
            Migration
            costs
   999 Classified           1,164,810       1,158,410          -6,400
        Programs
           Classified  ..............  ..............          -6,400
            program
            adjustmen
            t
  021A Airlift              1,307,695       1,157,695        -150,000
        Operations
           Maintain    ..............  ..............        -150,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  033E Junior ROTC             59,908          60,908          +1,000
           Program     ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase
  042A Administration         953,102         933,102         -20,000
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -20,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  042B Servicewide            358,389         424,389         +66,000
        Communication
        s
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............         +66,000
            Air Force-
            requested
            transfer
            from SAG
            12D for
            Cloud
            Migration
            costs
  042G Other                1,194,862       1,195,862          +1,000
        Servicewide
        Activities
           Program     ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            Preventio
            n of
            child
            abuse and
            training
            on safe
            childcare
            practices
  042I Civil Air               29,594          33,600          +4,006
        Patrol
           Program     ..............  ..............          +4,006
            increase
   999 Classified           1,222,456       1,178,956         -43,500
        Programs
           Classified  ..............  ..............          -3,500
            program
            adjustmen
            t
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -40,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
            for
            security
            clearance
            investiga
            tions
UNDIST Program         ..............           1,000          +1,000
        increase:
        Public Law
        115-68
        implementatio
        n at
        Combatant
        Commands
UNDIST Program         ..............         142,400        +142,400
        increase:
        Procurement
        of 7 DABS for
        INDOPACOM
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Properly Budgeting for Full Requirements.--During the 
review of the fiscal year 2018 President's budget request, the 
Air Force revealed to the Committee that it starts each fiscal 
year with nearly $1,000,000,000 in programmatic shortfalls in 
its operation and maintenance account for must-pay mission 
bills. The increases in readiness funding provided by the 
Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 have allowed the Air Force to 
close that gap; however, the Committee continues to discover 
examples of the Air Force not programming or budgeting for the 
full amount of known requirements. This is not only evident in 
the larger programs such as Operational Support Airlift or Base 
Operations Support, but also very specific smaller programs 
such as the operational funding for the C-130H Weapons 
Instructor Course and the Advanced Airlift Tactics Training 
Center hosted by the 139th Airlift Wing with the Missouri Air 
National Guard. The Committee understands that the 139th 
Airlift Wing requirements have historically been sourced 
exclusively during the year of execution at the expense of 
other funded programs. Failure to properly budget resources for 
known requirements places unnecessary burdens on smaller 
programs, increases the probability of reprogramming requests, 
and often leads to an application of a tax against mission 
accounts to cover under-programmed requirements. The Committee 
recognizes the efforts made to improve the operation and 
maintenance budget formulation process to match historical 
execution and directs the Secretary of the Air Force to 
continue to emphasize properly programming resources in order 
to fully fund known requirements for the active, guard and 
reserve components.
    Air Force Associate Units.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance of Total Force Integration within the Air Force and 
certain Air National Guard units who have a critical role in 
construction and engineering. This integration ensures cross-
component interoperability to fill current and future mission 
requirements. The Committee encourages the Air Force to 
continue placing an increased focus on actively managing 
associate units between the Air National Guard and the active 
duty component and to establish robust memorandum of agreements 
to ensure units are not left without equipment when the active 
component deploys.

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $34,059,257,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  36,352,625,000
Committee recommendation................................  35,662,783,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$35,662,783,000. This is $689,842,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
  10 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF                                             430,215         430,995            +780
  20 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE                                602,186         602,186  ..............
  40 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                                      5,389,250       5,308,115         -81,135
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  6,421,651       6,341,296         -80,355
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
  50 DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY                                    181,601         181,601  ..............
  60 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND           96,565          96,565  ..............
      EDUCATION
  70 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                                        370,583         370,583  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                    648,749         648,749  ..............
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  80 CIVIL MILITARY PROGRAMS                                           166,131         204,131         +38,000
 100 DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY                                     625,633         625,633  ..............
 110 DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY                              1,465,354       1,465,354  ..............
 120 DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY                                  859,923         910,923         +51,000
 130 DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY                              2,106,930       2,046,930         -60,000
 150 DEFENSE LEGAL SERVICES AGENCY                                      27,403          27,403  ..............
 160 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY                                          379,275         397,775         +18,500
 170 DEFENSE MEDIA ACTIVITY                                            207,537         217,537         +10,000
 180 DEFENSE PERSONNEL ACCOUNTING AGENCY                               130,696         130,696  ..............
 190 DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY                               754,711         686,744         -67,967
 200 DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE                                          789,175         772,816         -16,359
 220 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY SECURITY AGENCY                                 34,951          34,951  ..............
 230 DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY                                   553,329         545,840          -7,489
 250 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE EDUCATION ACTIVITY                        2,892,284       2,855,239         -37,045
 260 MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY                                            499,817         499,817  ..............
 280 OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT                                      70,035          70,035  ..............
 290 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE                              1,519,655       1,547,883         +28,228
 300 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                                         97,787          99,787          +2,000
 310 WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICES                                  456,407         454,727          -1,680
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                 15,645,192      15,104,857        -540,335
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                 29,282,225      28,699,078        -583,147
 
     IMPACT AID                                                 ..............          40,000         +40,000
     IMPACT AID FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES                  ..............          10,000         +10,000
     HISTORICAL UNDEREXECUTION                                  ..............         -93,340         -93,340
     SEXUAL TRAUMA TREATMENT PILOT PROGRAM                      ..............           2,000          +2,000
     VIETNAM DIOXIN REMEDIATION                                 ..............          15,000         +15,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE           36,352,625      35,662,783        -689,842
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
       Joint Chiefs of         430,215         430,995            +780
        Staff
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,500
            increase:
            Operationa
            l
            logistics
            exercise
            elements
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -1,720
            Funds
            Management
            : Civilian
            FTE
            pricing
       Special               5,389,250       5,308,115         -81,135
        Operations
        Command/
        Operating
        Forces
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -8,400
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity: Base
            support
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -14,785
            Funds
            Management
            : Civilian
            FTE
            pricing
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -11,800
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for
            contract
            services
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -18,150
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for TACLAN
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -20,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for
            maintenanc
            e
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -8,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for GM/CM
       Civil Military          166,131         204,131         +38,000
        Programs
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            Innovative
            readiness
            training
           Program      ..............  ..............         +13,000
            increase:
            National
            Guard
            Youth
            Challenge
           Program      ..............  ..............         +15,000
            increase:
            STARBASE
       Defense Human           859,923         910,923         +51,000
        Resources
        Activity
           Program      ..............  ..............         +20,000
            increase:
            Beyond the
            Yellow
            Ribbon
           Program      ..............  ..............          +6,000
            increase:
            Defense
            critical
            language
            and
            culture
            program
           Program      ..............  ..............         +25,000
            increase:
            Special
            Victims'
            Counsel
       Defense               2,106,930       2,046,930         -60,000
        Information
        Systems Agency
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -60,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for NBIS
       Defense                 379,275         397,775         +18,500
        Logistics
        Agency
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            AM-2
            airfield
            landing
            matting
           Program      ..............  ..............          +8,500
            increase:
            Procuremen
            t
            technical
            assistance
            program
       Defense Media           207,537         217,537         +10,000
        Activity
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            IP
            streaming
       Defense                 754,711         686,744         -67,967
        Security
        Cooperation
        Agency
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -3,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Maintain
            level of
            effort--Re
            gional
            Centers
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -4,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Maintain
            level of
            effort--Wa
            les
            Initiative
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -4,225
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity: FTE
            overestima
            tion--DSCA
            Headquarte
            rs
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -5,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Maintain
            level of
            effort--De
            fense
            Institutio
            n Reform
            Building
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -38,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Maintain
            level of
            effort--Se
            curity
            Cooperatio
            n
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -13,742
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Maintain
            level of
            effort--So
            uth East
            Asia
            Maritime
            Security
            Initiative
       Defense                 789,175         772,816         -16,359
        Security
        Service
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -5,202
            Funds
            Management
            : Civilian
            FTE
            pricing
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -1,157
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            in travel
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -10,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for PSSD
       Defense Threat          553,329         545,840          -7,489
        Reduction
        Agency
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -3,878
            Funds
            Management
            : Remove
            one-time
            costs
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -3,611
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity: JIDO
            mission
            enablers
            unjustifie
            d growth
       Department of         2,892,284       2,855,239         -37,045
        Defense
        Education
        Activity
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -17,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for
            contract
            services
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -12,300
            Funds
            Management
            : Civilian
            FTE
            pricing
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -7,745
            Funds
            Management
            : Pricing
            adjustment
       Office of the         1,519,655       1,547,883         +28,228
        Secretary of
        Defense
           Program      ..............  ..............          +6,000
            increase:
            Artificial
            Intelligen
            ce
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            CDC water
            contaminat
            ion study
            and
            assessment
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            Clearingho
            use
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            Defense
            Environmen
            tal
            Internatio
            nal
            Cooperatio
            ns
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            Defense
            Fellows
            Program
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            DOD
            emerging
            contaminan
            ts
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            DOD
            environmen
            tal
            resiliency
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            Readiness
            and
            environmen
            tal
            protection
            initiative
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -3,672
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for
            civilian
            personnel
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -8,100
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for
            contract
            services
       Special                  97,787          99,787          +2,000
        Operations
        Command/Admin
        & Svc-wide
        Activities
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,000
            increase:
            Defense
            critical
            language
            and
            culture
            program
       Washington              456,407         454,727          -1,680
        Headquarters
        Services
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -1,680
            Funds
            Management
            : Other
            Ops--Civil
            ian FTE
            Pricing
       Classified           15,645,192      15,104,857        -540,335
        Programs
           Classified   ..............  ..............        -540,335
            adjustment
UNDIST Program          ..............          10,000         +10,000
        increase:
        Impact aid for
        children with
        disabilities
UNDIST Program          ..............          40,000         +40,000
        increase:
        Impact aid for
        schools with
        military
        dependent
        students
UNDIST Program          ..............           2,000          +2,000
        increase:
        Sexual trauma
        treatment
        pilot program
UNDIST Program          ..............          15,000         +15,000
        increase:
        Vietnam dioxin
        remediation
UNDIST Improving Funds  ..............         -93,340         -93,340
        Management:
        Historical
        Underexecution
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Special Victims' Counsel Program.--The Committee remains 
concerned with the level of sexual assault in the military and 
supports the Department's continuing efforts to strengthen its 
sexual assault prevention and response program. The needs of 
victims of sexual assault for legal advice and guidance are 
particularly acute. To ensure that the Department continues to 
make progress protecting a victim's confidentiality and ending 
alienation during the investigation and prosecution of their 
case, the Committee recommends $25,000,000 for implementation 
of the Special Victims' Counsel Program across the services.
    Maritime Security Initiative.--The Committee supports the 
efforts of the Department of Defense to address Asia-Pacific 
security concerns and improve the maritime security of our 
partners and allies through the Southeast Asia Maritime 
Security Initiative [MSI]. MSI is a dedicated funding line that 
supports equipment, supplies and services, training, and small-
scale construction to support the maritime security missions of 
partner military and security forces. The Committee recommends 
$84,500,000 for fiscal year 2019 for MSI, a 30 percent increase 
over the 2018 enacted amount, but $13,500,000 less than the 
fiscal year 2019 budget request. The Committee notes that the 
Department requested 2-year funding for all MSI and other 
security cooperation programs, but only 25 percent of such 
funding is appropriated as 2-year funding. As such, the 
reduction reflects the Committee's expectation, based on prior 
year execution, that the Department will not be able to execute 
funding, planned to be spent in 2 years, in only 1 year.
    Defense Finance and Accounting Service.--The Committee 
supports efforts to find efficiencies and reduce unnecessary 
costs within the Department of Defense, including both the 
military services and the defense agencies. However, there are 
concerns about efforts to close or realign Defense Finance and 
Accounting Services [DFAS] installations. Therefore, prior to 
transferring any functions or implementing civilian reductions 
at a DFAS installation, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense to provide the congressional defense committees a 
written report on any plan to do so and the Secretary must 
certify to such committees that the plan would reduce costs, 
increase efficiencies, and maintain the timeline for 
auditability of financial statements.
    Defense Language and National Security Education Office.--
The Committee recognizes that, in partnership with universities 
across the country, the Defense Language and National Security 
Education Office provides critical college accredited training 
for service members and government officials in a number of 
languages and strategic cultures. The Committee encourages the 
Department of Defense to continue placing a high priority on 
these programs and designates the funding included in the 
fiscal year 2019 President's budget request for the Language 
Training Centers as a congressional special interest item to 
ensure warfighters, both conventional and special operations 
forces, receive the language and culture training needed to 
complete their missions effectively.

                Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $2,877,104,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   2,916,909,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,854,909,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,854,909,000. This is $62,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     LAND FORCES
  10 MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES                                           13,867          13,867  ..............
  20 ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADES                                           536,438         536,438  ..............
  30 THEATER LEVEL ASSETS                                              113,225         113,225  ..............
  40 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                    551,141         537,141         -14,000
  50 AVIATION ASSETS                                                    89,073          89,073  ..............
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS
  60 FORCES READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                               409,531         392,531         -17,000
  70 LAND FORCES SYSTEM READINESS                                      101,411         101,411  ..............
  80 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                  60,114          60,114  ..............
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
  90 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                           595,728         579,728         -16,000
 100 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION               304,658         304,658  ..............
 110 MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS HEADQUARTERS                             22,175          22,175  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  2,797,361       2,750,361         -47,000
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 120 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                         11,832          11,832  ..............
 130 ADMINISTRATION                                                     18,218          18,218  ..............
 140 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                         25,069          25,069  ..............
 150 PERSONNEL/FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION                                  6,248           6,248  ..............
 160 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         58,181          58,181  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    119,548         119,548  ..............
 
     OVERESTIMATION OF CIVILIAN FTE TARGETS                     ..............         -15,000         -15,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE            2,916,909       2,854,909         -62,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   115 Land Forces             551,141         537,141         -14,000
        Operations
        Support
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -14,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   121 Force Readiness         409,531         392,531         -17,000
        Operations
        Support
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -17,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   131 Base Operations         595,728         579,728         -16,000
        Support
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -16,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
UNDIST Maintain         ..............         -15,000         -15,000
        program
        affordability:
        Overestimation
        of civilian
        FTE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $1,069,707,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   1,027,006,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,018,006,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,018,006,000. This is $9,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     RESERVE AIR OPERATIONS
  10 MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS                               569,584         563,584          -6,000
  20 INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE                                            6,902           6,902  ..............
  30 AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                        109,776         109,776  ..............
  40 AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                     538             538  ..............
  50 AVIATION LOGISTICS                                                 18,888          18,888  ..............
 
     RESERVE SHIP OPERATIONS
  60 SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING                                 574             574  ..............
 
     RESERVE COMBAT OPERATIONS SUPPORT
  70 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                              17,561          17,561  ..............
  80 COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES                                             121,070         118,070          -3,000
  90 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                                 337             337  ..............
 
     RESERVE WEAPONS SUPPORT
 100 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                  23,964          23,964  ..............
 
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT
 110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                36,356          36,356  ..............
 120 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                            103,562         103,562  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  1,009,112       1,000,112          -9,000
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 130 ADMINISTRATION                                                      1,868           1,868  ..............
 140 MILITARY MANPOWER & PERSONNEL                                      12,849          12,849  ..............
 160 ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT                                  3,177           3,177  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     17,894          17,894  ..............
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE            1,027,006       1,018,006          -9,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1A1A Mission and             569,584         563,584          -6,000
        Other Flight
        Operations
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -6,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
  1C6C Combat Support          121,070         118,070          -3,000
        Forces
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -3,000
            funds
            management
            : Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2018
            increase
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $284,837,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................     271,570,000
Committee recommendation................................     271,570,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $271,570,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS RESERVE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
  10 OPERATING FORCES                                                   99,173          99,173  ..............
  20 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                                  19,430          19,430  ..............
  30 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                39,962          39,962  ..............
  40 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                            101,829         101,829  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                    260,394         260,394  ..............
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  60 ADMINISTRATION                                                     11,176          11,176  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     11,176          11,176  ..............
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS                271,570         271,570  ..............
            RESERVE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $3,202,307,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   3,260,234,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,247,534,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,247,534,000. This is $12,700,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES                                           1,853,437       1,803,437         -50,000
  20 MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                                        205,369         205,369  ..............
  30 DEPOT PURCHASE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                              345,576         345,576  ..............
  40 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION               120,736         123,536          +2,800
  50 CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT AND SYSTEM SUPPORT                   241,239         284,239         +43,000
  60 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                            385,922         385,922  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  3,152,279       3,148,079          -4,200
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  70 ADMINISTRATION                                                     71,188          71,188  ..............
  80 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         19,429          19,429  ..............
  90 MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                          9,386           9,386  ..............
 100 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                             7,512           7,512  ..............
 110 AUDIOVISUAL                                                           440             440  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    107,955         107,955  ..............
 
     DECREASE UNACCOUNTED FOR                                   ..............          -8,500          -8,500
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE       3,260,234       3,247,534         -12,700
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  011A Primary Combat        1,853,437       1,803,437         -50,000
        Forces
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -50,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Projected
            underexecu
            tion
  011R Facilities              120,736         123,536          +2,800
        Sustainment,
        Restoration &
        Modernization
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,800
            increase:
            Additional
            demo
  011W Contractor              241,239         284,239         +43,000
        Logistics
        Support and
        System Support
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -9,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Program      ..............  ..............         +52,000
            increase
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............          -8,500          -8,500
        management:
        Program
        decrease
        unaccounted
        for
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $7,284,170,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   7,399,295,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,261,295,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$7,261,295,000. This is $138,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     LAND FORCES
  10 MANEUVER UNITS                                                    810,269         790,269         -20,000
  20 MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES                                          193,402         193,402  ..............
  30 ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADE                                            753,815         753,815  ..............
  40 THEATER LEVEL ASSETS                                               84,124          84,124  ..............
  50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                     31,881          31,881  ..............
  60 AVIATION ASSETS                                                   973,874         973,874  ..............
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS
  70 FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                784,086         765,286         -18,800
  80 LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS                                      51,353          51,353  ..............
  90 LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                     221,633         221,633  ..............
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
 100 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                         1,129,942       1,108,942         -21,000
 110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION               919,947         919,947  ..............
 120 MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                         1,010,524       1,010,524  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  6,964,850       6,905,050         -59,800
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 130 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                         10,017          10,017  ..............
 140 ADMINISTRATION                                                     72,746          76,546          +3,800
 150 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                         83,105          83,105  ..............
 160 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT                                                10,678          10,678  ..............
 170 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        254,753         254,753  ..............
 180 REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT                                              3,146           3,146  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    434,445         438,245          +3,800
 
     UNJUSTIFIED GROWTH                                         ..............         -88,000         -88,000
     WILDFIRE TRAINING                                          ..............           6,000          +6,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD       7,399,295       7,261,295        -138,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   111 Maneuver Units          810,269         790,269         -20,000
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -20,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   121 Force Readiness         784,086         765,286         -18,800
        Operations
        Support
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -20,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,200
            increase:
            Advanced
            trauma
            training
            program
   131 Base Operations       1,129,942       1,108,942         -21,000
        Support
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -25,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Program      ..............  ..............          +4,000
            increase:
            Army
            National
            Guard
            preventati
            ve mental
            health
            program
   431 Administration           72,746          76,546          +3,800
           Program      ..............  ..............          +3,800
            increase:
            State
            partnershi
            p program
UNDIST Maintain         ..............         -88,000         -88,000
        program
        affordability:
        Unjustified
        growth
UNDIST Program          ..............           6,000          +6,000
        increase:
        National Guard
        wildfire
        training
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Advanced Turbine Engine Army Maintenance [ATEAM].--The 
ATEAM is a military special repair activity located on Fort 
Riley, Kansas. The ATEAM provides rebuilt-AGT 1500 engines and 
X1100 transmissions in support of the Army National Guard, Army 
Material Command, the United States Marine Corps, the Tank and 
Automotive Command [TACOM], as well as foreign military 
partners. The Committee is encouraged that the U.S. Army, 
National Guard Bureau, TACOM and Kansas National Guard are 
establishing a Memorandum of Agreement to facilitate the 
contracting of parts and equipment when workload obligations 
exceed the capacity of the Kansas National Guard. However, 
authorities for Title 32 Federal technicians are not well 
defined as it relates to work on foreign military sales 
contracts specifically, such as Full Up Power Pack repairs. The 
unclear policies have hampered the ability of the ATEAM to meet 
obligations and maintain workload.
    Therefore, the Chief, National Guard Bureau, in 
coordination with the Secretary of the Army, is directed to 
conduct a review and establish policies that clearly define 
ATEAM authorities to fulfill obligations. The review shall 
inform a report addressing the following: (1) the duties and 
responsibilities of the U.S. Army, National Guard Bureau, TACOM 
and the Kansas National Guard for the ATEAM to meet 
obligations; (2) an ATEAM workforce transition plan and 
policies for work on foreign military sales contracts; and (3) 
a justification from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, in 
coordination with the Kansas National Guard, that certifies any 
change in the workforce of the ATEAM will not adversely affect 
the ATEAM's ability to meet existing and future obligations of 
the U.S. Army and foreign military sales contracts. The report 
and a briefing on its findings to the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees shall be completed not later 60 days 
after the enactment of this act.

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $6,900,798,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   6,427,622,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,433,697,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$6,433,697,000. This is $6,075,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS                                             2,619,940       2,533,940         -86,000
  20 MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                                        623,265         631,540          +8,275
  30 DEPOT PURCHASE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                              748,287         748,287  ..............
  40 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION               303,792         309,292          +5,500
  50 CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT AND SYSTEM SUPPORT                 1,061,759       1,061,759  ..............
  60 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                            988,333       1,023,633         +35,300
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  6,345,376       6,308,451         -36,925
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  70 ADMINISTRATION                                                     45,711          45,711  ..............
  80 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         36,535          36,535  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     82,246          82,246  ..............
 
     DECREASE UNACCOUNTED FOR                                   ..............         -18,000         -18,000
     BUYBACK 3 PMAI JSTARS AIRCRAFT                             ..............          61,000         +61,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD        6,427,622       6,433,697          +6,075
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  011F Aircraft              2,619,940       2,533,940         -86,000
        Operations
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -80,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Projected
            underexecu
            tion
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -6,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
  011G Mission Support         623,265         631,540          +8,275
        Operations
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -15,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Program      ..............  ..............          +7,800
            increase:
            Disaster
            relief
            mobile
            kitchen
            trailers
           Program      ..............  ..............          +9,000
            increase:
            Air
            National
            Guard
            readiness
            training
            ranges
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,800
            increase:
            Advanced
            trauma
            training
            program
           Program      ..............  ..............          +4,000
            increase:
            Air
            National
            Guard
            preventati
            ve mental
            health
            program
           Program      ..............  ..............            +675
            increase:
            State
            partnershi
            p program
  011R Facilities              303,792         309,292          +5,500
        Sustainment,
        Restoration &
        Modernization
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,500
            increase:
            KC-46A
            emergent
            requiremen
            ts
  011Z Base Support            988,333       1,023,633         +35,300
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         +11,000
            Air
            National
            Guard-requ
            ested
            transfer
            for
            environmen
            tal
            projects
            from
            Environmen
            tal
            Restoratio
            n, Air
            Force
            account
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,300
            increase:
            Cold
            weather
            aviation
            systems
           Program      ..............  ..............         +19,000
            increase:
            Sec. 315
            of S.2987,
            Senate
            NDAA as
            reported
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -18,000         -18,000
        management:
        Program
        decrease
        unaccounted
        for
UNDIST Program          ..............          61,000         +61,000
        increase:
        Buyback of 3
        PMAI JSTARS
        aircraft
------------------------------------------------------------------------

               U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Appropriations, 2018....................................     $14,538,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................      14,662,000
Committee recommendation................................      14,662,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $14,662,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Army

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $235,809,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................     203,449,000
Committee recommendation................................     228,449,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $228,449,000. 
This is $25,000,000 above the budget estimate to address costs 
associated with remediating contamination caused by 
perfluorinated chemicals.

                    Environmental Restoration, Navy

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $365,883,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................     329,253,000
Committee recommendation................................     329,253,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $329,253,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Environmental Restoration, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $352,549,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................     296,808,000
Committee recommendation................................     365,808,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $365,808,000. 
This is $69,000,000 above the budget estimate due to a decrease 
of $11,000,000 which is transferred to Operation and 
Maintenance, Air National Guard for execution and an additional 
$80,000,000 provided to address costs associated with 
remediating contamination caused by perfluorinated chemicals.

                Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2018....................................     $19,002,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................       8,926,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,926,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,926,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

         Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $248,673,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................     212,346,000
Committee recommendation................................     212,346,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $212,346,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

             Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $129,900,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................     107,663,000
Committee recommendation................................     107,663,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $107,663,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Cooperative Threat Reduction Account

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $350,000,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................     335,240,000
Committee recommendation................................     335,240,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $335,240,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  COOPERATIVE THREAT REDUCTION
 
Strategic Offensive Arms Elimination............................           2,823           2,823  ..............
Chemical Weapons Destruction....................................           5,446           5,446  ..............
Biological Threat Reduction.....................................         197,585         197,585  ..............
Other Assessments/Admin Costs...................................          25,448          25,448  ..............
Global Nuclear Security.........................................          29,001          29,001  ..............
WMD Proliferation Prevention....................................          74,937          74,937  ..............
        Total, Cooperative Threat Reduction.....................         335,240         335,240  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce 
                            Development Fund

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $500,000,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................     400,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     552,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $552,000,000. 
This is $152,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 Training and             230,624         326,724         +96,100
       Development
          Program       ..............  ..............         +96,100
           increase
           for
           unfunded
           requirement
    2 Retention and             16,200          25,700          +9,500
       Recognition
          Program       ..............  ..............          +9,500
           increase
           for
           unfunded
           requirement
    3 Recruiting and           153,176         199,576         +46,400
       Hiring
          Program       ..............  ..............         +46,400
           increase
           for
           unfunded
           requirement
                       -------------------------------------------------
            Total,             400,000         552,000        +152,000
             Departmen
             t of
             Defense
             Acquisiti
             on
             Workforce
             Developme
             nt Fund
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development 
Fund Unfunded Requirements.--The fiscal year 2019 President's 
budget request includes $400,000,000 for the Department of 
Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund [DAWDF]. 
Subsequent to submission of the budget request, the Under 
Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) submitted, 
in accordance with congressional direction, to the 
congressional defense committees, unfunded requirements of 
$152,000,000 for the acquisition workforce in fiscal year 2019. 
The Committee supports robust funding for the acquisition 
workforce and recommends an increase of $152,000,000.
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development 
Fund [DAWDF] Reporting Requirements.--The Committee directs the 
Under Secretary for Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) to 
continue providing the DAWDF Annual Report to the congressional 
defense committees, as modified for additional congressional 
reporting requirements. Further, the Under Secretary of Defense 
(Acquisition and Sustainment) is directed to provide the 
congressional defense committees, with the fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request, additional details regarding the 
total budgeted acquisition workforce by funding category, per 
previous congressional direction.

                               TITLE III

                              PROCUREMENT

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to purchase military equipment and hardware, including 
aircraft, ships, missiles, combat vehicles, ammunition, 
weapons, electronic sensors and communications equipment, and 
other procurement items.
    The President's fiscal year 2019 budget requests a total of 
$130,464,596,000 for procurement appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends procurement appropriations 
totaling $135,198,897,000 for fiscal year 2019. This is 
$4,734,301,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended procurement appropriations for fiscal 
year 2019 are summarized below:

                                      SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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Procurement:
    Aircraft Procurement, Army..................................       3,782,558       4,890,658      +1,108,100
    Missile Procurement, Army...................................       3,355,777       3,160,597        -195,180
    Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army....       4,489,118       4,515,290         +26,172
    Procurement of Ammunition, Army.............................       2,234,761       2,283,369         +48,608
    Other Procurement, Army.....................................       7,999,529       7,709,078        -290,451
    Aircraft Procurement, Navy..................................      19,041,799      20,083,169      +1,041,370
    Weapons Procurement, Navy...................................       3,702,393       3,780,572         +78,179
    Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps............       1,006,209         970,454         -35,755
    Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy...........................      21,871,437      23,992,937      +2,121,500
    Other Procurement, Navy.....................................       9,414,355      10,393,562        +979,207
    Procurement, Marine Corps...................................       2,860,410       2,800,997         -59,413
    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.............................      16,206,937      15,772,473        -434,464
    Missile Procurement, Air Force..............................       2,669,454       2,614,954         -54,500
    Space Procurement, Air Force................................       2,527,542       2,224,142        -303,400
    Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force........................       1,587,304       1,564,880         -22,424
    Other Procurement, Air Force................................      20,890,164      20,839,366         -50,798
    Procurement, Defense-Wide...................................       6,786,271       6,663,821        -122,450
    National Guard and Reserve Equipment........................  ..............         900,000        +900,000
    Defense Production Act Purchases............................          38,578          38,578  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     130,464,596     135,198,897      +4,734,301
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            reprogramming guidance for acquisition accounts

    The Secretary of Defense is directed to continue to follow 
the reprogramming guidance as specified in the report 
accompanying the House version of the Department of Defense 
appropriations bill for fiscal year 2008 (House Report 110-
279). Specifically, the dollar threshold for reprogramming 
funds will remain at $20,000,000 for procurement and 
$10,000,000 for research, development, test and evaluation.
    Also, the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) is 
directed to continue to provide the congressional defense 
committees quarterly, spreadsheet-based DD Form 1416 reports 
for service and defense-wide accounts in titles III and IV of 
this act. Reports for titles III and IV shall comply with 
guidance specified in the explanatory statement accompanying 
the Department of Defense Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 
2006. The Department shall continue to follow the limitation 
that prior approval reprogrammings are set at either the 
specified dollar threshold or 20 percent of the procurement or 
research, development, test and evaluation line, whichever is 
less. These thresholds are cumulative from the base for 
reprogramming value as modified by any adjustments. Therefore, 
if the combined value of transfers into or out of a procurement 
(P-1), or a research, development, test and evaluation (R-1) 
line exceeds the identified threshold, the Secretary of Defense 
must submit a prior approval reprogramming to the congressional 
defense committees. In addition, guidelines on the application 
of prior approval reprogramming procedures for congressional 
special interest items are established elsewhere in this 
report.

                           FUNDING INCREASES

    The funding increases outlined in the tables for each 
appropriation account shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the tables.

                   PROCUREMENT SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS

    Items for which additional funds have been recommended or 
items for which funding is specifically reduced as shown in the 
tables detailing Committee recommended adjustments or in 
paragraphs using the phrase ``only for'' or ``only to'' are 
congressional special interest items for the purpose of the 
Base for Reprogramming (DD Form 1414). Each of these items must 
be carried on the DD Form 1414 at the stated amount, as 
specifically addressed in elsewhere in this report.

                          PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW

    Army Organic Industrial Base.--The Committee directs the 
Secretary of the Army to provide 45-day written notification to 
the congressional defense committees prior to the Secretary 
approving civilian reductions in force that will result in an 
employment loss of 50 or more full-time employees at any Army 
organic industrial base facility. The notification shall 
include the impact that the proposed reduction in force will 
have on the ability to maintain the organic industrial base 
critical manufacturing capabilities as delineated in the Army 
Organic Industrial Base Strategy Report, a detailed accounting 
of the costs of implementing the reduction in force, and an 
assessment of the cost of, and time necessary, to restore any 
lost capability to meet future organic wartime manufacturing 
needs.
    Arsenal Sustainment Initiative.--The Committee continues to 
support the Department of the Army's efforts to ensure that the 
critical manufacturing capabilities of the nation's organic 
industrial base are maintained, and commends the Army for 
issuing a definitive make-or-buy directive for the 
manufacturing arsenals. The new guidance ensures that the 
arsenals will be given fair consideration for every Army 
acquisition; provides for a 30-day review of all such decisions 
by the Army Acquisition Executive; requires all private sector 
companies to consider the arsenals as a potential supplier of 
component parts; and provides for an annual review of this 
overall process. The Committee encourages the Army to implement 
the new directive consistently to ensure the arsenals have the 
workload necessary to maintain the proficiency and capacity to 
meet the manufacturing needs of the nation during war and 
peacetime. The Committee notes that it has not yet received 
detailed recommendations from the Secretary of Defense on how 
the Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps can better use the 
arsenals for their manufacturing needs, or what opportunities 
may exist for the arsenals to assist the services and the 
Defense Logistics Agency to procure for our spare parts 
inventory, as required by Senate Report 114-63.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $5,535,794,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   3,782,558,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,890,658,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,890,658,000. This is $1,108,100,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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                 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY
 
     AIRCRAFT
 
     FIXED WING
   2 UTILITY F/W CARGO AIRCRAFT                         ..............             744  ..............          18,644  ..............         +17,900
   3 MQ-1 UAV                                           ..............          43,326  ..............          40,226  ..............          -3,100
   4 RQ-11 (RAVEN)                                      ..............          46,416  ..............          46,416  ..............  ..............
 
     ROTARY
   7 AH-64 APACHE BLOCK IIIA REMAN                                  48         753,248              48         753,248  ..............  ..............
   8 AH-64 APACHE BLOCK IIIA REMAN [AP-CY]              ..............         174,550  ..............         174,550  ..............  ..............
   9 AH-64 APACHE BLOCK IIIB NEW BUILD                              12         284,687              12       1,004,687  ..............        +720,000
  10 AH-64 APACHE BLOCK IIIB NEW BUILD [AP-CY]          ..............          58,600  ..............          58,600  ..............  ..............
  11 UH-60 BLACKHAWK [MYP]                                          49         988,810              49       1,308,310  ..............        +319,500
  12 UH-60 BLACKHAWK [MYP] [AP-CY]                      ..............         106,150  ..............         106,150  ..............  ..............
  13 UH-60 BLACKHAWK A AND L MODELS                                 18         146,138              18         150,138  ..............          +4,000
  14 CH-47 HELICOPTER                                                6          99,278               6          99,278  ..............  ..............
  15 CH-47 HELICOPTER
     [AP-CY]                                            ..............          24,235  ..............          24,235  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT                              ..............       2,726,182  ..............       3,784,482  ..............      +1,058,300
 
     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
  18 UNIVERSAL GROUND CONTROL EQUIPMENT                 ..............          27,114  ..............          27,114  ..............  ..............
  19 GRAY EAGLE MODS2                                   ..............          97,781  ..............          97,781  ..............  ..............
  20 MULTI SENSOR ABN RECON [MIP]                       ..............          52,274  ..............          52,274  ..............  ..............
  21 AH-64 MODS                                         ..............         104,996  ..............         104,996  ..............  ..............
  22 CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS                        ..............           7,807  ..............           7,807  ..............  ..............
  23 GRCS SEMA MODS [MIP]                               ..............           5,573  ..............           5,573  ..............  ..............
  24 ARL SEMA MODS [MIP]                                ..............           7,522  ..............           7,522  ..............  ..............
  25 EMARSS SEMA MODS [MIP]                             ..............          20,448  ..............          60,248  ..............         +39,800
  26 UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS                        ..............          17,719  ..............          17,719  ..............  ..............
  27 UTILITY HELICOPTER MODS                            ..............           6,443  ..............          16,443  ..............         +10,000
  28 NETWORK AND MISSION PLAN                           ..............         123,614  ..............         123,614  ..............  ..............
  29 COMMS, NAV SURVEILLANCE                            ..............         161,969  ..............         161,969  ..............  ..............
  30 DEGRADED VISUAL ENVIRONMENT                        ..............          30,000  ..............          30,000  ..............  ..............
  31 GATM ROLLUP                                        ..............          26,848  ..............          26,848  ..............  ..............
  32 RQ-7 UAV MODS                                      ..............         103,246  ..............         103,246  ..............  ..............
  33 UAS MODS                                           ..............          17,644  ..............          17,644  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT              ..............         810,998  ..............         860,798  ..............         +49,800
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
 
     GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS
  34 AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT                   ..............          57,170  ..............          57,170  ..............  ..............
  35 SURVIVABILITY CM                                   ..............           5,853  ..............           5,853  ..............  ..............
  36 CMWS                                               ..............          13,496  ..............          13,496  ..............  ..............
  37 COMMON INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES                    ..............          36,839  ..............          36,839  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT
  38 AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............           1,778  ..............           1,778  ..............  ..............
  39 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                            ..............          34,818  ..............          34,818  ..............  ..............
  40 AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS                         ..............          27,243  ..............          27,243  ..............  ..............
  41 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                ..............          63,872  ..............          63,872  ..............  ..............
  42 INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                              ..............           1,417  ..............           1,417  ..............  ..............
  43 LAUNCHER, 2.75 ROCKET                              ..............           1,901  ..............           1,901  ..............  ..............
  44 LAUNCHER GUIDED MISSILE: LONGBOW HELLFIRE XM2      ..............             991  ..............             991  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES      ..............         245,378  ..............         245,378  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY            ..............       3,782,558  ..............       4,890,658  ..............      +1,108,100
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
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   2Utility F/W                    744          18,644         +17,900
     Aircraft
        Program         ..............  ..............         +17,900
         increase:
         EMARSS-E
   3MQ-1 UAV                    43,326          40,226          -3,100
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -3,100
         funds
         management:
         Contractor
         Management
         Growth
   9AH-64 Apache Block         284,687       1,004,687        +720,000
     IIIB New Build
        Program         ..............  ..............        +720,000
         increase:
         Additional
         helicopters
  11UH-60 Blackhawk M          988,810       1,308,310        +319,500
     Model [MYP]
        Program         ..............  ..............        +319,500
         increase:
         Fifteen
         aircraft for
         the ARNG
  13UH-60 Black Hawk A         146,138         150,138          +4,000
     and L Models
        Program         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         increase:
         ARNG UH/HH-60
         Black Hawk
         SWIR
         integration
  25EMARSS SEMA Mods            20,448          60,248         +39,800
     [MIP]
        Program         ..............  ..............         +39,800
         increase:
         EMARSS-E Pods
  27Utility Helicopter           6,443          16,443         +10,000
     Mods
        Program         ..............  ..............         +10,000
         increase:
         Light Utility
         Helicopter
         sustainment
         plan
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    AH-64 Apache Block IIIB New Build.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $1,184,687,000 for the procurement of 
AH-64 Apache Block IIIB New Build aircraft, an increase of 
$720,000,000 above the budget request. The Secretary of the 
Army is encouraged to increase readiness by addressing the 
shortfall of aircraft in the Army National Guard Apache 
battalions.
    UH-60 Black Hawk.--The Committee recommendation includes 
$1,308,310,000 for the procurement of 64 UH-60M Black Hawk 
aircraft, an increase of $319,500,000 and 15 aircraft above the 
budget request. Of the 64 aircraft funded within the fiscal 
year 2019 President's budget request, 15 are designated only 
for the Army National Guard.
    CH-47 Cargo Helicopter.--The Committee encourages the Army 
to accelerate retrofit of MH/CH-47 aircraft with vibration 
control systems to reduce aircrew fatigue, improve performance 
and increase operational time between maintenance of certain 
aircraft components.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $3,196,910,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   3,355,777,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,160,597,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,160,597,000. This is $195,180,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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                 MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY
 
     OTHER MISSILES
 
     SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE SYSTEM
   1 LOWER TIER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE [AMD]           ..............         111,395  ..............         105,395  ..............          -6,000
   2 MSE MISSILE                                                   179         871,276             179         871,276  ..............  ..............
   3 INDIRECT FIRE PROTECTION CAPABILITY                ..............         145,636  ..............         145,636  ..............  ..............
   4 INDIRECT FIRE PROTECTION CAPABILITY [AP-CY]        ..............          31,286  ..............          27,586  ..............          -3,700
 
     AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE SYSTEM
   6 JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND MSLS [JAGM]                             1,046         276,462           1,046         276,462  ..............  ..............
 
     ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM
   8 JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY                               709         303,665             709         214,365  ..............         -89,300
   9 TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY                                        1,472         105,014           1,472         102,113  ..............          -2,901
  10 TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY [AP-CY]                       ..............          19,949  ..............          19,949  ..............  ..............
  11 GUIDED MLRS ROCKET [GMLRS]                                  3,267         359,613           3,267         355,859  ..............          -3,754
  12 MLRS REDUCED RANGE PRACTICE ROCKETS (RRPR)                  2,214          20,964           2,214          20,964  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                        ..............       2,245,260  ..............       2,139,605  ..............        -105,655
 
     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
 
     MODIFICATIONS
  15 PATRIOT MODS                                       ..............         313,228  ..............         313,228  ..............  ..............
  16 ATACMS MODS                                        ..............         221,656  ..............         171,656  ..............         -50,000
  17 GMLRS MOD                                          ..............             266  ..............             266  ..............  ..............
  18 STINGER MODS                                       ..............          94,756  ..............          94,756  ..............  ..............
  19 AVENGER MODS                                       ..............          48,670  ..............          31,093  ..............         -17,577
  20 ITAS/TOW MODS                                      ..............           3,173  ..............           3,173  ..............  ..............
  21 MLRS MODS                                          ..............         383,216  ..............         361,268  ..............         -21,948
  22 HIMARS MODIFICATIONS                               ..............          10,196  ..............          10,196  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF MISSILES              ..............       1,075,161  ..............         985,636  ..............         -89,525
 
     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  23 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............          27,737  ..............          27,737  ..............  ..............
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  24 AIR DEFENSE TARGETS                                ..............           6,417  ..............           6,417  ..............  ..............
  25 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT                            ..............           1,202  ..............           1,202  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES      ..............           7,619  ..............           7,619  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY             ..............       3,355,777  ..............       3,160,597  ..............        -195,180
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item         2019 budget      Committee         budget
                            estimate      recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     1 Lower Tier Air         111,395         105,395           -6,000
        and Missile
        Defense [AMD]
           Improving   ..............  ...............          -6,000
            funds
            managemen
            t: Prior
            year
            carryover
            of
            support
            costs
     4 INDIRECT FIRE           31,286          27,586           -3,700
        PROTECTION
        CAPABILITY
        INC 2-I [AP-
        CY]
           Improving   ..............  ...............          -3,700
            funds
            managemen
            t:
            Forward
            financing
            program
            managemen
            t
     8 Javelin [Aaws-         303,665         214,365          -89,300
        M] System
        Summary
           Improving   ..............  ...............         -86,500
            funds
            managemen
            t: CLU
            retrofits
            funded in
            Public
            Law 115-
            141
           Improving   ..............  ...............          -2,800
            funds
            managemen
            t:
            Forward
            financing
            support
            costs
     9 Tow 2 System           105,014         102,113           -2,901
        Summary
           Insufficie  ..............  ...............          -2,901
            nt budget
            justifica
            tion:
            Reimbursa
            ble to
            direct
            conversio
            ns
            unaccount
            ed for
    11 Guided MLRS            359,613         355,859           -3,754
        Rocket
        [GMLRS]
           Insufficie  ..............  ...............          -3,754
            nt budget
            justifica
            tion:
            Reimbursa
            ble to
            direct
            conversio
            ns
            unaccount
            ed for
    16 ATACMS MODS            221,656         171,656          -50,000
           Improving   ..............  ...............         -50,000
            funds
            managemen
            t:
            Munitions
            funded in
            Public
            Law 115-
            141
    19 Avenger Mods            48,670          31,093          -17,577
           Restoring   ..............  ...............         -17,577
            acquisiti
            on
            accountab
            ility: M-
            SHORAD
            ahead of
            need
    21 MLRS Mods              383,216         361,268          -21,948
           Improving   ..............  ...............         -12,300
            funds
            managemen
            t:
            Obsolesce
            nce NRE
            previousl
            y funded
           Improving   ..............  ...............          -7,600
            funds
            managemen
            t: Unit
            cost
            savings
           Insufficie  ..............  ...............          -2,048
            nt budget
            justifica
            tion:
            Reimbursa
            ble to
            direct
            conversio
            ns
            unaccount
            ed for
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        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $4,391,573,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   4,489,118,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,515,290,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,515,290,000. This is $26,172,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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         PROCUREMENT OF WEAPONS AND TRACKED COMBAT
                   VEHICLES (W&TCV), ARMY
 
     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   2 ARMORED MULTI PURPOSE VEHICLE (AMPV)                          131         479,801             131         478,606  ..............          -1,195
 
     MODIFICATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   4 STRYKER (MOD)                                      ..............         287,490  ..............         127,301  ..............        -160,189
   5 STRYKER UPGRADE                                                 3          21,900              82         265,290             +79        +243,390
   6 BRADLEY PROGRAM (MOD)                              ..............         625,424  ..............         465,424  ..............        -160,000
   7 M109 FOV MODIFICATIONS                             ..............          26,482  ..............          26,482  ..............  ..............
   8 PALADIN INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT [PIM]                            30         351,802              43         458,902             +13        +107,100
   9 IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (M88A2 HERCULES)                     26         110,500              26         110,500  ..............  ..............
  10 ASSAULT BRIDGE (MOD)                               ..............           2,120  ..............           2,120  ..............  ..............
  11 ASSAULT BREACHER VEHICLE                                       12          62,407              12          62,407  ..............  ..............
  12 M88 FOV MODS                                       ..............           4,517  ..............           4,517  ..............  ..............
  13 JOINT ASSAULT BRIDGE                                           30         142,255              30         141,231  ..............          -1,024
  14 M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)                               ..............         927,600  ..............         925,041  ..............          -2,559
  15 ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM                                         95       1,075,999              95       1,072,243  ..............          -3,756
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           TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES               ..............       4,118,297  ..............       4,140,064  ..............         +21,767
 
     WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES
  18 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN (7.62MM)                   ..............           1,955  ..............          14,455  ..............         +12,500
  19 MULTI-ROLE ANTI-ARMOR ANTI-PERSONNEL WEAPON        ..............          23,345  ..............          23,345  ..............  ..............
  20 GUN AUTOMATIC 30MM M230                            ..............           7,434  ..............  ..............  ..............          -7,434
  21 MACHINE GUN, CAL .50 M2 ROLL                       ..............          22,330  ..............          22,330  ..............  ..............
  22 MORTAR SYSTEMS                                     ..............          12,470  ..............          12,470  ..............  ..............
  23 XM320 GRENADE LAUNCHER MODULE (GLM)                ..............             697  ..............          18,197  ..............         +17,500
  24 COMPACT SEMI-AUTOMATIC SNIPER SYSTEM               ..............          46,236  ..............          46,236  ..............  ..............
  25 CARBINE                                            ..............          69,306  ..............          67,806  ..............          -1,500
  26 SMALL ARMS--FIRE CONTROL                           ..............           7,929  ..............  ..............  ..............          -7,929
  27 COMMON REMOTELY OPERATED WEAPONS STATION           ..............          35,968  ..............          35,968  ..............  ..............
  28 MODULAR HANDGUN SYSTEM                             ..............          48,251  ..............          48,251  ..............  ..............
 
     MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEH
  29 MK-19 GRENADE MACHINE GUN MODS                     ..............           1,684  ..............           1,684  ..............  ..............
  30 M777 MODS                                          ..............           3,086  ..............           3,086  ..............  ..............
  31 M4 CARBINE MODS                                    ..............          31,575  ..............          31,575  ..............  ..............
  32 M2 50 CAL MACHINE GUN MODS                         ..............          21,600  ..............          14,178  ..............          -7,422
  33 M249 SAW MACHINE GUN MODS                          ..............           3,924  ..............           3,924  ..............  ..............
  34 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN MODS                       ..............           6,940  ..............           6,940  ..............  ..............
  35 SNIPER RIFLES MODIFICATIONS                        ..............           2,747  ..............           2,747  ..............  ..............
  36 M119 MODIFICATIONS                                 ..............           5,704  ..............           4,394  ..............          -1,310
  37 MORTAR MODIFICATION                                ..............           3,965  ..............           3,965  ..............  ..............
  38 MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)          ..............           5,577  ..............           5,577  ..............  ..............
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  39 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)                  ..............           3,174  ..............           3,174  ..............  ..............
  40 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV-WTCV)                ..............           3,284  ..............           3,284  ..............  ..............
  41 SMALL ARMS EQUIPMENT (SOLDIER ENH PROG)            ..............           1,640  ..............           1,640  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES     ..............         370,821  ..............         375,226  ..............          +4,405
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV, ARMY            ..............       4,489,118  ..............       4,515,290  ..............         +26,172
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2019 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2Armored Multi            479,801          478,606           -1,195
     Purpose
     Vehicle [AMPV]
        Insufficien  ...............  ...............           -1,195
         t budget
         justificat
         ion:
         Reimbursab
         le to
         direct
         conversion
         s
         unaccounte
         d for
   4Stryker (MOD)            287,490          127,301         -160,189
        Transfer:    ...............  ...............         -149,390
         Army
         requested
         transfer
         to W&TCV
         line 5
        Restoring    ...............  ...............           -5,000
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Revised
         DVH
         acquisitio
         n strategy
        Insufficien  ...............  ...............           -5,799
         t budget
         justificat
         ion:
         Reimbursab
         le to
         direct
         conversion
         s
         unaccounte
         d for
   5Stryker Upgrade           21,900          265,290         +243,390
        Transfer:    ...............  ...............         +149,390
         Army
         requested
         transfer
         from W&TCV
         line 4
        Program      ...............  ...............          +94,000
         increase:
         DVHA1
         conversion
         s
   6Bradley Program          625,424          465,424         -160,000
     (MOD)
        Restoring    ...............  ...............         -160,000
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Revised A4
         acquisitio
         n strategy
   8Paladin                  351,802          458,902         +107,100
     Integrated
     Management
     [PIM]
        Insufficien  ...............  ...............           -2,900
         t budget
         justificat
         ion:
         Reimbursab
         le to
         direct
         conversion
         s
         unaccounte
         d for
        Program      ...............  ...............         +110,000
         increase:
         PIM
         production
         restoratio
         n
  13Joint Assault            142,255          141,231           -1,024
     Bridge
        Insufficien  ...............  ...............           -1,024
         t budget
         justificat
         ion:
         Reimbursab
         le to
         direct
         conversion
         s
         unaccounte
         d for
  14M1 Abrams Tank           927,600          925,041           -2,559
     (MOD)
        Insufficien  ...............  ...............           -2,559
         t budget
         justificat
         ion:
         Reimbursab
         le to
         direct
         conversion
         s
         unaccounte
         d for
  15Abrams Upgrade         1,075,999        1,072,243           -3,756
     Program
        Insufficien  ...............  ...............           -3,756
         t budget
         justificat
         ion:
         Reimbursab
         le to
         direct
         conversion
         s
         unaccounte
         d for
  18M240 Medium                1,955           14,455          +12,500
     Machine Gun
     (7.62MM)
        Program      ...............  ...............          +12,500
         increase:
         M240
         production
  20GUN AUTOMATIC              7,434  ...............           -7,434
     30MM M230
        Restoring    ...............  ...............           -7,434
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Ahead of
         need
  23XM320 Grenade                697           18,197          +17,500
     Launcher
     Module [GLM]
        Program      ...............  ...............          +17,500
         increase
  25Carbine                   69,306           67,806           -1,500
        Maintain     ...............  ...............           -1,500
         program
         affordabil
         ity:
         Unjustifie
         d
         management
         growth
  26Small Arms--               7,929  ...............           -7,929
     Fire Control
        Restoring    ...............  ...............           -7,929
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Undefiniti
         zed
         requiremen
         ts
  32M2 50 Cal                 21,600           14,178           -7,422
     Machine Gun
     Mods
        Improving    ...............  ...............           -7,422
         funds
         management
         : Prior
         year
         carryover
  36M119                       5,704            4,394           -1,310
     Modifications
        Insufficien  ...............  ...............           -1,310
         t budget
         justificat
         ion:
         Reimbursab
         le to
         direct
         conversion
         s
         unaccounte
         d for
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Army Stryker Double-V Hull A1.--Following the submission of 
the fiscal year 2019 President's budget request, the Chief of 
Staff of the Army approved an Army Requirements Oversight 
Counsel [AROC] decision to upgrade and pure fleet all Flat-
Bottom Hull [FBH] Stryker combat vehicles to the Double V-Hull 
A1 variant [DVHA1] in an effort to improve troop survivability 
and mobility. The fiscal year 2019 President's budget request 
includes $21,900,000 to upgrade three FBH Stryker vehicles to 
DVHA1 variants. Subsequent to the AROC decision, the Army 
requested a budget based transfer of $149,390,000 to fund 
additional conversions. With the transfer, the Army can 
resource 53 DVHA1 conversions totaling $171,290,000. The 
Committee has also included a congressional adjustment of 
$94,000,000 for 29 conversions. In addition, the Committee 
understands that the Army plans to submit a reprogramming 
request to the congressional defense committees with a request 
to repurpose fiscal year 2018 congressionally directed funding 
totaling $285,000,000 for 91 DVHA1 conversions. If the 
reprogramming action is approved by the congressional defense 
committees, the Army will have sufficient resources to fund 
conversions for half the vehicles in a Stryker Brigade Combat 
Team [SBCT].
    The Committee supports the net-zero fiscal year 2019 
transfer request and additional funding for DVHA1 conversions, 
while anticipating the fiscal year 2018 reprogramming request. 
However, the Committee is concerned with the Army's ability to 
maintain this level of effort through resourcing decisions in 
the Future Years Defense Program profile within future Program 
Objective Memorandum and budgeting cycles. Therefore, the 
Secretary of the Army shall report to the congressional defense 
committees not later than 30 days after the enactment of this 
act, on the Army's acquisition strategy to upgrade and pure 
fleet the remaining FBH SBCTs to DVHA1 variants.
    M4A1 Carbine Extended Forward Rail System.--The Army's 
Soldier Enhancement Program study published in December 2017 
found that the United States Special Operations Command's 
extended free-float rail system is substantially more accurate 
than the Army's legacy M4A1 rail and readily available in the 
supply system. While the Committee supports the Army's 
modernization strategy which calls for developing and fielding 
the Next Generation Squad Automatic Weapon before developing 
and fielding the Next Generation Soldier Weapon, the Committee 
remains concerned that the Army is not accelerating modest and 
readily available upgrades to the M4A1 Carbine and thereby 
improving solider lethality in the interim. Therefore, the 
Committee encourages the Secretary of the Army to accelerate 
adapting a government provided extended free-float rail system 
for the M4A1 carbine.

                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $2,548,740,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   2,234,761,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,283,369,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,283,369,000. This is $48,608,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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              PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY
 
     AMMUNITION
 
     SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION
   1 CTG, 5.56MM, ALL TYPES                             ..............          41,848  ..............          41,848  ..............  ..............
   2 CTG, 7.62MM, ALL TYPES                             ..............          86,199  ..............          86,199  ..............  ..............
   3 CTG, HANDGUN, ALL TYPES                            ..............          20,158  ..............          19,159  ..............            -999
   4 CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES                            ..............          65,573  ..............          65,573  ..............  ..............
   5 CTG, 20MM, ALL TYPES                               ..............           8,198  ..............           8,198  ..............  ..............
   7 CTG, 30MM, ALL TYPES                               ..............          77,995  ..............          77,995  ..............  ..............
   8 CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES                               ..............          69,781  ..............          69,781  ..............  ..............
 
     MORTAR AMMUNITION
   9 60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                             ..............          45,280  ..............          45,280  ..............  ..............
  10 81MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                             ..............          46,853  ..............          47,403  ..............            +550
  11 120MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                            ..............          83,003  ..............          82,853  ..............            -150
 
     TANK AMMUNITION
  12 CTG TANK 105MM AND 120MM: ALL TYPES                ..............         168,101  ..............         151,901  ..............         -16,200
 
     ARTILLERY AMMUNITION
  13 CTG, ARTY, 75MM AND 105MM: ALL TYPES               ..............          39,341  ..............          34,673  ..............          -4,668
  14 ARTILLERY PROJECTILE, 155MM, ALL TYPES             ..............         211,442  ..............         221,442  ..............         +10,000
  15 PROJ 155MM EXTENDED RANGE XM982                             1,189         100,906           1,189         100,906  ..............  ..............
  16 ARTILLERY PROPELLANTS, FUZES AND PRIMERS, ALL      ..............         236,677  ..............         206,677  ..............         -30,000
      TYPES
 
     MINES
  17 MINES AND CLEARING CHARGES, ALL TYPES              ..............          15,905  ..............          15,005  ..............            -900
 
     ROCKETS
  18 SHOULDER LAUNCHED MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES             ..............           4,503  ..............           4,503  ..............  ..............
  19 ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES                        ..............         211,211  ..............         229,761  ..............         +18,550
 
     OTHER AMMUNITION
  20 CAD/PAD ALL TYPES                                  ..............          10,428  ..............           8,928  ..............          -1,500
  21 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                    ..............          44,656  ..............          44,656  ..............  ..............
  22 GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                ..............          19,896  ..............          39,896  ..............         +20,000
  23 SIGNALS, ALL TYPES                                 ..............          10,121  ..............           8,121  ..............          -2,000
  24 SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES                              ..............          11,464  ..............          11,464  ..............  ..............
 
     MISCELLANEOUS
  25 AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES                         ..............           5,224  ..............           5,224  ..............  ..............
  26 NON-LETHAL AMMUNITION, ALL TYPES                   ..............           4,310  ..............           2,810  ..............          -1,500
  27 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............          11,193  ..............          11,193  ..............  ..............
  28 AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT                      ..............          10,500  ..............          10,500  ..............  ..............
  29 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (AMMO)            ..............          18,456  ..............          18,456  ..............  ..............
  30 CLOSEOUT LIABILITIES                               ..............             100  ..............             100  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMMUNITION                            ..............       1,679,322  ..............       1,670,505  ..............          -8,817
 
     AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT
 
     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT
  32 PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                 ..............         394,133  ..............         451,558  ..............         +57,425
  33 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS DEMILITARIZATION, ALL       ..............         157,535  ..............         157,535  ..............  ..............
  34 ARMS INITIATIVE                                    ..............           3,771  ..............           3,771  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT    ..............         555,439  ..............         612,864  ..............         +57,425
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY       ..............       2,234,761  ..............       2,283,369  ..............         +48,608
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3CTG, Handgun, All           20,158          19,159            -999
     Types
        Restoring       ..............  ..............            -999
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y:
         requirement
         previously
         funded (CTG,
         9MM High
         Pressure Test
         M905)
  1081MM Mortar, All            46,853          47,403            +550
     Types
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -4,450
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: schedule
         slip (81MM HE
         M821)
        Program         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         increase
  11120MM Mortar, All           83,003          82,853            -150
     Types
        Restoring       ..............  ..............            -150
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: LAP unit
         cost growth
         (120MM HE
         M933)
  12Cartridges, Tank,          168,101         151,901         -16,200
     105MM and 120MM,
     All Types
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -8,200
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Program
         delays
         (XM1147)
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -8,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: schedule
         slip (120MM
         M829A4)
  13Artillery                   39,341          34,673          -4,668
     Cartridges, 75MM
     & 105MM, All
     Types
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -4,668
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y:
         requirement
         previously
         funded (105MM
         IR ILLUM
         M1064)
  14Artillery                  211,442         221,442         +10,000
     Projectile,
     155MM, All Types
        Realignment     ..............  ..............         -33,000
         M795: Army
         requested
        Realignment     ..............  ..............         +33,000
         BONUS: Army
         requested
        Program         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         increase:
         M1121
        Program         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         increase:
         M825
  16Artillery                  236,677         206,677         -30,000
     Propellants,
     Fuzes and
     Primers, All
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -30,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y:
         requirement
         previously
         funded (PGK)
  17Mines & Clearing            15,905          15,005            -900
     Charges, All
     Types
        Restoring       ..............  ..............            -500
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: unit cost
         growth (MK7)
        Restoring       ..............  ..............            -400
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Production
         engineering
         growth (MK7)
  19Rocket, Hydra 70,          211,211         229,761         +18,550
     All Types
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -11,450
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y:
         Engineering
         cost growth
         (Guided
         Rockets)
        Program         ..............  ..............         +30,000
         increase:
         Unfunded
         requirement
  20CAD/PAD, All Types          10,428           8,928          -1,500
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -1,500
         funds
         management:
         Forward
         financing
  22Grenades, All               19,896          39,896         +20,000
     Types
        Program         ..............  ..............         +20,000
         increase: M18
         variants
  23Signals, All Types          10,121           8,121          -2,000
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -2,000
         funds
         management:
         Forward
         financing
  26Non-Lethal                   4,310           2,810          -1,500
     Ammunition, All
     Types
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -1,500
         funds
         management:
         Forward
         financing
  32Industrial                 394,133         451,558         +57,425
     Facilities
        Program         ..............  ..............         +57,425
         increase
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Other Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $8,298,418,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   7,999,529,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,709,078,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$7,709,078,000. This is $290,451,000 below the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY
 
     TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES
 
     TACTICAL VEHICLES
   1 TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS                       ..............          16,512  ..............          16,512  ..............  ..............
   2 SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED:                             ..............          16,951  ..............          16,951  ..............  ..............
   3 HIGH MOBILITY MULTI-PURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE        ..............          50,123  ..............         170,123  ..............        +120,000
      (HMMWV)
   4 GROUND MOBILITY VEHICLES (GMV)                     ..............          46,988  ..............          46,988  ..............  ..............
   6 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE                       ..............       1,319,436  ..............       1,302,473  ..............         -16,963
   7 TRUCK, DUMP, 20t (CCE)                             ..............           6,480  ..............           6,480  ..............  ..............
   8 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH [FMTV]               ..............         132,882  ..............         132,882  ..............  ..............
   9 FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTING EQUIP         ..............          14,842  ..............          14,842  ..............  ..............
  10 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES [FHTV]           ..............         138,105  ..............         121,691  ..............         -16,414
  12 HEAVY EXPANDED MOBILE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT SERV      ..............          31,892  ..............          28,596  ..............          -3,296
  13 TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLE PROTECTION KITS           ..............          38,128  ..............          38,128  ..............  ..............
  14 MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP                       ..............          78,507  ..............          75,265  ..............          -3,242
 
     NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES
  16 HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN                                ..............             790  ..............             790  ..............  ..............
  17 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                        ..............           1,390  ..............           1,390  ..............  ..............
  18 NONTACTICAL VEHICLES, OTHER                        ..............          15,415  ..............          15,415  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES         ..............       1,908,441  ..............       1,988,526  ..............         +80,085
 
     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT
 
     COMM--JOINT COMMUNICATIONS
  20 SIGNAL MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                       ..............         150,777  ..............          86,507  ..............         -64,270
  21 TACTICAL NETWORK TECHNOLOGY MOD IN SERVICE         ..............         469,117  ..............         430,775  ..............         -38,342
  22 SITUATION INFORMATION TRANSPORT                    ..............          62,727  ..............          62,727  ..............  ..............
  23 JOINT INCIDENT SITE COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITY      ..............          13,895  ..............          13,895  ..............  ..............
  24 JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)                          ..............           4,866  ..............           4,866  ..............  ..............
 
     COMM--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  27 DEFENSE ENTERPRISE WIDEBAND SATCOM SYSTEMS         ..............         108,133  ..............         108,133  ..............  ..............
  28 TRANSPORTABLE TACTICAL COMMAND COMMUNICATIONS      ..............          56,737  ..............          69,960  ..............         +13,223
  29 SHF TERM                                           ..............          13,100  ..............          13,100  ..............  ..............
  30 SMART-T (SPACE)                                    ..............           9,160  ..............           9,160  ..............  ..............
  31 GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS                             ..............          25,647  ..............          25,647  ..............  ..............
  32 ENROUTE MISSION COMMAND (EMC)                      ..............          37,401  ..............          37,401  ..............  ..............
 
     COMM--COMBAT SUPPORT COMM
 
     COMM--C3 SYSTEM
  36 COE TACTICAL SERVER INFRASTRUCTURE (TSI)           ..............          20,500  ..............          20,500  ..............  ..............
 
     COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS
  38 HANDHELD MANPACK SMALL FORM FIT (HMS)              ..............         351,565  ..............         298,475  ..............         -53,090
  40 RADIO TERMINAL SET, MIDS LVT(2)                    ..............           4,641  ..............           4,641  ..............  ..............
  41 TRACTOR DESK                                       ..............           2,187  ..............           2,187  ..............  ..............
  42 TRACTOR RIDE                                       ..............           9,411  ..............           9,411  ..............  ..............
  44 SPIDER FAMILY OF NETWORKED MUNITIONS INCREASE      ..............          17,515  ..............          17,515  ..............  ..............
  45 TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS AND PROTECTIVE SYSTEM      ..............             819  ..............             819  ..............  ..............
  46 UNIFIED COMMAND SUITE                              ..............          17,807  ..............          17,807  ..............  ..............
  47 COTS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT                      ..............         191,835  ..............          63,835  ..............        -128,000
  48 FAMILY OF MED COMM FOR COMBAT CASUALTY CARE        ..............          25,177  ..............          25,177  ..............  ..............
 
     COMM--INTELLIGENCE COMM
  50 CI AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE [MIP]                   ..............           9,740  ..............           9,740  ..............  ..............
  51 DEFENSE MILITARY DECEPTION INITIATIVE              ..............           2,667  ..............           2,667  ..............  ..............
 
     INFORMATION SECURITY
  53 FAMILY OF BIOMETRICS                               ..............           8,319  ..............           8,319  ..............  ..............
  54 INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM-ISSP           ..............           2,000  ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............
  55 COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)                   ..............          88,337  ..............          88,337  ..............  ..............
  56 DEFENSIVE CYBER OPERATIONS                         ..............          51,343  ..............          45,343  ..............          -6,000
  57 INSIDER THREAT PROGRAM--UNIT ACTIVITY MONITOR      ..............             330  ..............             330  ..............  ..............
  58 PERSISTENT CYBER TRAINING ENVIRONMENT              ..............           3,000  ..............  ..............  ..............          -3,000
 
     COMM--LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS
  59 BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS                        ..............          34,434  ..............          32,557  ..............          -1,877
 
     COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS
  60 INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                ..............          95,558  ..............          81,609  ..............         -13,949
  61 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT MODERNIZATION PROGRAM         ..............           4,736  ..............           4,736  ..............  ..............
  62 HOME STATION MISSION COMMAND CENTERS (MSMCC)       ..............          24,479  ..............          24,479  ..............  ..............
  63 INSTALLATION INFO INFRASTRUCTURE MOD PROGRAM       ..............         216,433  ..............         174,938  ..............         -41,495
 
     ELECT EQUIP
 
     ELECT EQUIP--TACT INT REL ACT [TIARA]
  66 JTT/CIBS-M [MIP]                                   ..............          10,268  ..............          10,268  ..............  ..............
  68 DCGS-A [MIP]                                       ..............         261,863  ..............         253,954  ..............          -7,909
  69 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND STATION [JTAGS] [MIP]        ..............           5,434  ..............           5,434  ..............  ..............
  70 TROJAN [MIP]                                       ..............          20,623  ..............          20,623  ..............  ..............
  71 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (INTEL SPT) [MIP]              ..............          45,998  ..............          45,998  ..............  ..............
  72 CI HUMINT AUTO REPRTING AND COLL[CHARCS][MIP]      ..............             296  ..............             296  ..............  ..............
  76 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M [MIP]                        ..............             410  ..............             410  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--ELECTRONIC WARFARE [EW]
  77 LIGHTWEIGHT COUNTER MORTAR RADAR                   ..............           9,165  ..............           9,165  ..............  ..............
  78 EW PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT TOOLS                   ..............           5,875  ..............           5,875  ..............  ..............
  79 AIR VIGILANCE (AV)                                 ..............           8,497  ..............           8,497  ..............  ..............
  81 FAMILY OF PERSISTENT SURVEILLANCE CAP. [MIP]       ..............  ..............  ..............           1,585  ..............          +1,585
  82 COUNTERINTELLIGENCE/SECURITY COUNTERMEASURES       ..............  ..............  ..............           5,400  ..............          +5,400
  83 CI MODERNIZATION [MIP]                             ..............             486  ..............             486  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV. (TAC SURV)
  84 SENTINEL MODS                                      ..............          79,629  ..............          77,752  ..............          -1,877
  85 NIGHT VISION DEVICES                               ..............         153,180  ..............         155,680  ..............          +2,500
  87 SMALL TACTICAL OPTICAL RIFLE MOUNTED MLRF          ..............          22,882  ..............          22,882  ..............  ..............
  88 RADIATION MONITORING SYSTEMS                       ..............          17,393  ..............          17,393  ..............  ..............
  90 INDIRECT FIRE PROTECTION FAMILY OF SYSTEMS         ..............          46,740  ..............           6,740  ..............         -40,000
  91 FAMILY OF WEAPON SIGHTS (FWS)                      ..............         140,737  ..............         125,513  ..............         -15,224
  93 PROFILER                                           ..............             171  ..............             171  ..............  ..............
  94 JOINT BATTLE COMMAND--PLATFORM [JBC-P]             ..............         405,239  ..............         383,691  ..............         -21,548
  95 JOINT EFFECTS TARGETING SYSTEM (JETS)              ..............          66,574  ..............          66,574  ..............  ..............
  96 MOD OF IN-SERVICE EQUIPMENT (LLDR)                 ..............          20,783  ..............          20,783  ..............  ..............
  97 COMPUTER BALLISTICS: LHMBC XM32                    ..............           8,553  ..............           8,553  ..............  ..............
  98 MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM                         ..............          21,489  ..............          21,489  ..............  ..............
  99 COUNTERFIRE RADARS                                 ..............         162,121  ..............         162,121  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2 SYSTEMS
 100 ARMY COMMAND POST INTEGRATED INFRASTRUCTURE        ..............           2,855  ..............           2,855  ..............  ..............
 101 FIRE SUPPORT C2 FAMILY                             ..............          19,153  ..............          19,153  ..............  ..............
 102 AIR & MSL DEFENSE PLANNING & CONTROL SYS (AMD      ..............          33,837  ..............          29,913  ..............          -3,924
 103 LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT [LCSS]                 ..............           5,136  ..............           5,136  ..............  ..............
 104 NETWORK MANAGEMENT INITIALIZATION AND SERVICE      ..............          18,329  ..............          15,087  ..............          -3,242
 105 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM [MCS]                      ..............          38,015  ..............          29,144  ..............          -8,871
 106 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM-ARMY                  ..............          15,164  ..............          15,164  ..............  ..............
 107 INTEGRATED PERSONNEL AND PAY SYSTEM-ARMY           ..............          29,239  ..............  ..............  ..............         -29,239
 109 RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEYING INSTRUMENT SET        ..............           6,823  ..............           6,823  ..............  ..............
 110 MOD OF IN-SERVICE EQUIPMENT (ENFIRE)               ..............           1,177  ..............           1,177  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION
 111 ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION                        ..............          12,265  ..............          12,265  ..............  ..............
 112 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT                ..............         201,875  ..............         201,875  ..............  ..............
 113 GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SYSTEM            ..............          10,976  ..............          10,976  ..............  ..............
 114 HIGH PERF COMPUTING MOD PROGRAM                    ..............          66,330  ..............          66,330  ..............  ..............
 115 CONTRACT WRITING SYSTEM                            ..............           5,927  ..............           5,927  ..............  ..............
 116 RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS [RCAS]            ..............          27,896  ..............          27,896  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--AUDIO VISUAL SYS (A/V)
 117 TACTICAL DIGITAL MEDIA                             ..............           4,392  ..............           4,392  ..............  ..............
 118 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (SURVEYING EQUIPMENT)          ..............           1,970  ..............           1,970  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--SUPPORT
 119 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT [C-E]                      ..............             506  ..............          15,506  ..............         +15,000
 120 BCT EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES                          ..............  ..............  ..............         144,500  ..............        +144,500
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS        ..............       4,150,664  ..............       3,851,015  ..............        -299,649
            EQUIPMENT
 
     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPMENT
 121 PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS                                 ..............           2,314  ..............           2,314  ..............  ..............
 122 FAMILY OF NON-LETHAL EQUIPMENT [FNLE]              ..............           7,478  ..............           7,478  ..............  ..............
 124 CBRN DEFENSE                                       ..............         173,954  ..............         173,954  ..............  ..............
 
     BRIDGING EQUIPMENT
 125 TACTICAL BRIDGING                                  ..............          98,229  ..............          81,729  ..............         -16,500
 126 TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT-RIBBON                      ..............          64,438  ..............          64,438  ..............  ..............
 127 COMMON BRIDGE TRANSPORTER RECAP                    ..............          79,916  ..............          78,892  ..............          -1,024
 
     ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION) EQUIPMENT
 128 HANDHELD STANDOFF MINEFIELD DETECTION SYS-HST      ..............           8,471  ..............           8,471  ..............  ..............
 129 GROUND STANDOFF MINE DETECTION SYSTEM [GSTAMIDS]   ..............          29,883  ..............          27,666  ..............          -2,217
 130 AREA MINE DETECTION SYSTEM (AMIDS)                 ..............          11,594  ..............          11,594  ..............  ..............
 131 HUSKY MOUNTED DETECTION SYSTEM (HMDS)              ..............          40,834  ..............          40,834  ..............  ..............
 132 ROBOTIC COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                      ..............           4,029  ..............           4,029  ..............  ..............
 133 EOD ROBOTICS SYSTEMS RECAPITALIZATION              ..............          14,208  ..............          18,826  ..............          +4,618
 134 ROBOTICS AND APPLIQUE SYSTEMS                      ..............          31,456  ..............          31,456  ..............  ..............
 136 REMOTE DEMOLITION SYSTEMS                          ..............           1,748  ..............           1,748  ..............  ..............
 137 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M, COUNTERMINE EQUIPMENT         ..............           7,829  ..............           7,829  ..............  ..............
 138 FAMILY OF BOATS AND MOTORS                         ..............           5,806  ..............           5,806  ..............  ..............
 
     COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 139 HEATERS AND ECU'S                                  ..............           9,852  ..............           9,852  ..............  ..............
 140 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT                                ..............           1,103  ..............           1,103  ..............  ..............
 141 PERSONNEL RECOVERY SUPPORT SYSTEM [PRSS]           ..............           5,875  ..............           5,875  ..............  ..............
 142 GROUND SOLDIER SYSTEM                              ..............          92,487  ..............          34,781  ..............         -57,706
 143 MOBILE SOLDIER POWER                               ..............          30,774  ..............          30,774  ..............  ..............
 145 FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT                            ..............          17,521  ..............          17,521  ..............  ..............
 146 CARGO AERIAL DEL & PERSONNEL PARACHUTE SYSTEM      ..............          44,855  ..............          44,855  ..............  ..............
 147 FAMILY OF ENGR COMBAT AND CONSTRUCTION SETS        ..............          17,173  ..............          15,978  ..............          -1,195
 148 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (ENG SPT)                      ..............           2,000  ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............
 
     PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT
 149 QUALITY SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT                     ..............           1,770  ..............           1,770  ..............  ..............
 150 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, PETROLEUM & WATER            ..............          39,730  ..............          35,635  ..............          -4,095
 
     MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
 151 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL                             ..............          57,752  ..............          77,752  ..............         +20,000
 
     MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT
 152 MOBILE MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS               ..............          37,722  ..............          34,479  ..............          -3,243
 153 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MAINT EQ)                   ..............           4,985  ..............           4,985  ..............  ..............
 
     CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
 155 SCRAPERS, EARTHMOVING                              ..............           7,961  ..............           7,961  ..............  ..............
 156 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR                                ..............           1,355  ..............           1,355  ..............  ..............
 158 ALL TERRAIN CRANES                                 ..............          13,031  ..............          13,031  ..............  ..............
 159 HIGH MOBILITY ENGINEER EXCAVATOR [HMEE] FOS        ..............          46,048  ..............          46,048  ..............  ..............
 160 ENHANCED RAPID AIRFIELD CONSTRUCTION CAPAP         ..............             980  ..............             980  ..............  ..............
 161 CONST EQUIP ESP                                    ..............          37,017  ..............          35,652  ..............          -1,365
 162 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CONST EQUIP)                ..............           6,103  ..............           6,103  ..............  ..............
 
     RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPMENT
 163 ARMY WATERCRAFT ESP                                ..............          27,711  ..............          25,663  ..............          -2,048
 164 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (FLOAT/RAIL)                 ..............           8,385  ..............           8,385  ..............  ..............
 
     GENERATORS
 165 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT                ..............         133,772  ..............         133,772  ..............  ..............
 166 TACTICAL ELECTRIC POWER RECAPITALIZATION           ..............           8,333  ..............           8,333  ..............  ..............
 
     MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
 167 FAMILY OF FORKLIFTS                                ..............          12,901  ..............          12,901  ..............  ..............
 
     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
 168 COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS SUPPORT                    ..............         123,228  ..............         121,428  ..............          -1,800
 169 TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM                        ..............         228,598  ..............         228,598  ..............  ..............
 170 CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER                      ..............          33,080  ..............          33,080  ..............  ..............
 171 AVIATION COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER            ..............          32,700  ..............          32,700  ..............  ..............
 172 GAMING TECHNOLOGY IN SUPPORT OF ARMY TRAINING      ..............          25,161  ..............          25,161  ..............  ..............
 
     TEST MEASURE AND DIG EQUIPMENT [TMD]
 173 CALIBRATION SETS EQUIPMENT                         ..............           4,270  ..............           4,270  ..............  ..............
 174 INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT [IFTE]         ..............          76,295  ..............          72,542  ..............          -3,753
 175 TEST EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION [TEMOD]               ..............           9,806  ..............           9,806  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 176 M25 STABILIZED BINOCULAR                           ..............           4,368  ..............           4,368  ..............  ..............
 177 RAPID EQUIPPING SOLDIER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT          ..............           9,879  ..............          11,879  ..............          +2,000
 178 PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS (OPA3)                   ..............          54,043  ..............          51,484  ..............          -2,559
 179 BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT                         ..............           6,633  ..............           6,633  ..............  ..............
 180 MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC EQUIPMENT (OPA-3)           ..............          49,797  ..............          49,797  ..............  ..............
 181 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (OTH)                      ..............           2,301  ..............           2,301  ..............  ..............
 182 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TESTING                 ..............          11,608  ..............          11,608  ..............  ..............
 183 TRACTOR YARD                                       ..............           4,956  ..............           4,956  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT               ..............       1,926,106  ..............       1,855,219  ..............         -70,887
 
     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS
 184 INITIAL SPARES--C&E                                ..............           9,817  ..............           9,817  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS                ..............           9,817  ..............           9,817  ..............  ..............
 
 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............           4,501  ..............           4,501  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY               ..............       7,999,529  ..............       7,709,078  ..............        -290,451
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2019 budget      Committee      Change from
Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3Ambulance, 4               50,123         170,123        +120,000
     LITTER, 5/4 TON,
     4x4
        Program        ..............  ..............        +120,000
         increase:
         HMMWV
         ambulances
   6Joint Light             1,319,436       1,302,473         -16,963
     Tactical Vehicle
        Maintain       ..............  ..............         -16,963
         program
         affordabilit
         y: Maintain
         test support
         level of
         effort
  10Family of Heavy           138,105         121,691         -16,414
     Tactical
     Vehicles [FHTV]
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -15,219
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: CLS
         contract
         award delay
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -1,195
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
  12Hvy Expanded               31,892          28,596          -3,296
     Mobile Tactical
     Truck Ext Serv
        Improving      ..............  ..............          -3,296
         funds
         management:
         Prior year
         carryover
  14Modification of            78,507          75,265          -3,242
     In Svc Equip
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -3,242
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
  20Signal                    150,777          86,507         -64,270
     Modernization
     Program
        Improving      ..............  ..............         -41,000
         funds
         management:
         SFAB
         equipment
         funded in
         Public Law
         115-141
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -2,900
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -20,370
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: TROPO
         delays
  21Tactical Network          469,117         430,775         -38,342
     Technology Mod
     In Svc
        Maintain       ..............  ..............         -35,000
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Unjustified
         equipment
         and support
         growth
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -3,342
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
  28Transportable              56,737          69,960         +13,223
     Tactical Command
     Communications
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -4,777
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
        Program        ..............  ..............         +18,000
         increase
  38Handheld Manpack          351,565         298,475         -53,090
     Small Form Fit
     [HMS]
        Improving      ..............  ..............         -51,591
         funds
         management:
         SFAB
         equipment
         funded in
         Public Law
         115-141
        Improving      ..............  ..............          -1,499
         funds
         management:
         Site
         activation
         carryover
  47COTS                      191,835          63,835        -128,000
     Communications
     Equipment
        Improving      ..............  ..............        -128,000
         funds
         management:
         SFAB
         equipment
         funded in
         Public Law
         115-141
  56Defensive CYBER            51,343          45,343          -6,000
     Operations
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -6,000
         budget
         justificatio
         n: Program
         discrepancie
         s
  58Persistent Cyber            3,000  ..............          -3,000
     Training
     Environment
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -3,000
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: Ahead of
         need
  59Base Support               34,434          32,557          -1,877
     Communications
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -1,877
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
  60Information                95,558          81,609         -13,949
     Systems
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -13,949
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: ARCYBER
         funded in
         excess to
         requirement
  63Installation Info         216,433         174,938         -41,495
     Infrastructure
     Mod Program
        Maintain       ..............  ..............         -20,000
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Unjustified
         growth
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............         -21,495
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
  68DCGS-A [MIP]              261,863         253,954          -7,909
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -7,909
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
  81Family of          ..............           1,585          +1,585
     Persistent
     Surveillance
     Cap. [MIP]
        Program        ..............  ..............          +1,585
         increase:
         SOUTHCOM
         force
         protection
  82Counterintelligen  ..............           5,400          +5,400
     ce/Security
     Countermeasures
        Program        ..............  ..............          +5,400
         increase:
         SOUTHCOM ISR
         requirements
  84Sentinel Mods              79,629          77,752          -1,877
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -1,877
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
  85Night Vision              153,180         155,680          +2,500
     Devices
        Program        ..............  ..............          +2,500
         increase:
         Digital
         night vision
         test devices
  90Indirect Fire              46,740           6,740         -40,000
     Protection
     Family of
     Systems
        Improving      ..............  ..............         -10,000
         funds
         management:
         Forward
         financing
         support
         costs
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -30,000
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty:
         Requirements
         previously
         funded
  91Family of Weapon          140,737         125,513         -15,224
     Sights [FWS]
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -15,224
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: FWS-S
         program
         delays
  94Joint Battle              405,239         383,691         -21,548
     Command--Platfor
     m [JBC-P]
        Improving      ..............  ..............         -13,358
         funds
         management:
         SFAB
         equipment
         funded in
         Public Law
         115-141
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -8,190
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 102AIR & MSL Defense          33,837          29,913          -3,924
     Planning &
     Control Sys
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -3,924
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 104Network                    18,329          15,087          -3,242
     Management
     Initialization
     and Service
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -3,242
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 105Maneuver Control           38,015          29,144          -8,871
     System [MCS]
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -8,871
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 107Integrated                 29,239  ..............         -29,239
     Personnel and
     Pay System-Army
     [IPPS-A]
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -29,239
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: Release
         3.0 delays
 119Production Base               506          15,506         +15,000
     Support [C-E]
        Program        ..............  ..............         +15,000
         increase:
         Advanced
         manufacturin
         g
 120BCT Emerging       ..............         144,500        +144,500
     Technologies
        Program        ..............  ..............        +144,500
         increase:
         Cyber
         electromagne
         tic
         activities
 125Tactical Bridging          98,229          81,729         -16,500
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -16,500
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: LOCB
         acquisition
         strategy
         change
 127Common Bridge              79,916          78,892          -1,024
     Transporter
     [CBT] Recap
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -1,024
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 129Grnd Standoff              29,883          27,666          -2,217
     Mine Detectn
     Sysm [GSTAMIDS]
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -2,217
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 133EOD Robotics               14,208          18,826          +4,618
     Systems
     Recapitalization
        Transfer       ..............  ..............          +4,618
         ground
         robotics
         MTRS
         standardizat
         ion: Army-
         requested
         from RDT&E
         line 138
 142Ground Soldier             92,487          34,781         -57,706
     System
        Improving      ..............  ..............         -56,000
         funds
         management:
         SFAB
         equipment
         funded in
         Public Law
         115-141
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -1,706
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 147Family of Engr             17,173          15,978          -1,195
     Combat and
     Construction
     Sets
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -1,195
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 150Distribution               39,730          35,635          -4,095
     Systems,
     Petroleum &
     Water
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -4,095
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 151Combat Support             57,752          77,752         +20,000
     Medical
        Program        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         increase:
         Enhanced
         rotary wing
         medical kits
        Program        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         increase:
         Enhanced
         vehicle
         medical kits
 152Mobile                     37,722          34,479          -3,243
     Maintenance
     Equipment
     Systems
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -3,243
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 161Const Equip Esp            37,017          35,652          -1,365
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -1,365
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 163Army Watercraft            27,711          25,663          -2,048
     Esp
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -2,048
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 168Combat Training           123,228         121,428          -1,800
     Centers Support
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -1,800
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: Ahead of
         need
 174Integrated Family          76,295          72,542          -3,753
     of Test
     Equipment [IFTE]
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -3,753
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
 177Rapid Equipping             9,879          11,879          +2,000
     Soldier Support
     Equipment
        Program        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         increase:
         Rapid
         equipping
         force
 178Physical Security          54,043          51,484          -2,559
     Systems (OPA3)
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -2,559
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Reimbursable
         to direct
         conversions
         unaccounted
         for
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    HMMWV Ambulances.--The Committee is concerned about the 
Army's current level of investment to modernize the active 
component ground ambulance fleet. To accelerate the 
modernization of ground ambulances, the Committee recommends an 
increase of $120,000,000 over the fiscal year 2019 President's 
budget request.
    Tactical Communication and Protective Systems.--The 
Committee is aware that hearing damage is a risk faced by 
warfighters both in combat and in training. The ability to hear 
clearly and quickly evaluate one's surroundings is essential 
for situational awareness and mission success. The Committee 
notes that technologies have been developed to allow radio 
operators to wear hearing protection without inhibiting 
situational awareness. The Committee is concerned that these 
technologies are not being acquired in conjunction with 
procurements of tactical radio. This means that many radios are 
issued with substandard hearing protection or are unable to be 
issued at all while awaiting deliveries of compliant headsets. 
The Committee encourages the Under Secretary of Defense for 
Personnel and Readiness to work in conjunction with the service 
acquisition executives to ensure that procurements of radios 
are in step with procurements of tactical hearing protection 
and communication devices so that a complete system with the 
most utility and protection available can be delivered to the 
warfighter.
    Army Network Modernization Strategy.--The Committee 
continues to support the Department of the Army's efforts to 
modernize its air-land ad-hoc, mobile tactical communications 
and data networks and notes that, pursuant to section 112 of 
the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (Public Law 115-
91), the Army provided its network modernization strategy to 
Congress. The Committee further notes that the Army is 
currently staffing architecture and standards documents in 
addition to multiple overarching Information System Initial 
Capabilities Documents in support of network modernization 
efforts. However, the Committee is concerned that the 
modernization strategy is continuing to evolve and that the 
justification supporting the fiscal year 2019 President's 
budget request does not provide the requisite details to 
appropriately assess the resourcing requirements and 
acquisition objectives at the program, project, and activity 
level.
    Therefore, not later than 90 days after the enactment of 
this act, the Program Executive Officer Command Control 
Communications-Tactical [PEO C3T], in conjunction with the 
Director, Network Cross-Functional Team, shall submit a network 
acquisition roadmap to the congressional defense committees, to 
include detailed actions and milestones, which satisfies the 
following objectives: (1) describes the architecture and 
standards for the unified transport layer and common operating 
environment that will serve as integrating guidance for the 
development and acquisition of modernization technologies; (2) 
categorizes under capability sets, all current and future 
network acquisitions and modernization activities, to include 
currently funded programs and requirements that align with the 
Army's network strategy; (3) development and approval of 
requirements documents that support the Army's network strategy 
and serve as overarching guidance for enabling systems and 
technologies; (4) details the plan to develop, test with 
appropriate instrumentation, and field the integrated 
capabilities, as part of one or more programs of record or 
other acquisition efforts; (5) an accounting of the Army's 
fiscal year 2019 budget request Future Year's Defense Program 
profile for investment appropriations that support the Army's 
network strategy based on the defined categories. This should 
include a detailed account of all programs, projects, and 
activities within existing budget line items, existing programs 
of records, and any future investments within the FYDP; and (6) 
a proposal to realign resources into budget line items by 
capability set or a plan for discernible cost elements and 
activities within the existing budget line items.
    Additionally, the PEO C3T shall submit to the congressional 
defense committees a test and evaluation plan for the Secure 
But Unclassified [SBU] components of the Integrated Tactical 
Network architecture prior to fielding any additional SBU 
systems to operational units, beyond fiscal year 2019. 
Furthermore, the PEO C3T shall provide notification to the 
congressional defense committees upon completion of cyber and 
vulnerability test and evaluation of the enabling SBU 
capabilities.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $19,957,380,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  19,041,799,000
Committee recommendation................................  20,083,169,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$20,083,169,000. This is $1,041,370,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY
 
     COMBAT AIRCRAFT
   1 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET [MYP]                               24       1,937,553              24       1,852,953  ..............         -84,600
   2 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET [MYP] (AP)              ..............          58,799  ..............          58,799  ..............  ..............
   3 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER CV                                         9       1,144,958              17       1,885,778              +8        +740,820
   4 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER CV [AP-CY]                    ..............         140,010  ..............         140,010  ..............  ..............
   5 JSF STOVL                                                      20       2,312,847              24       2,598,049              +4        +285,202
   6 JSF STOVL [AP-CY]                                  ..............         228,492  ..............         228,492  ..............  ..............
   7 CH-53K (HEAVY LIFT)                                             8       1,113,804               8       1,022,804  ..............         -91,000
   8 CH-53K (HEAVY LIFT)
     [AP-CY]                                            ..............         161,079  ..............         161,079  ..............  ..............
   9 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)                                              7         806,337              10       1,024,337              +3        +218,000
  10 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT) [AP-CY]                         ..............          36,955  ..............          28,755  ..............          -8,200
  11 UH-1Y/AH-1Z                                                    25         820,755              25         820,755  ..............  ..............
  14 P-8A POSEIDON                                                  10       1,803,753              10       1,755,353  ..............         -48,400
  15 P-8A POSEIDON [AP-CY]                              ..............         180,000  ..............         180,000  ..............  ..............
  16 E-2D ADV HAWKEYE                                                4         742,693               5         904,193              +1        +161,500
  17 E-2D ADV HAWKEYE [AP-CY]                           ..............         240,734  ..............         240,734  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                       ..............      11,728,769  ..............      12,902,091  ..............      +1,173,322
 
     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  18 C-40A                                                           2         206,000  ..............  ..............              -2        -206,000
  20 KC-130J                                                         2         160,433               2         160,433  ..............  ..............
  21 KC-130J [AP-CY]                                    ..............         110,013  ..............         102,013  ..............          -8,000
  22 MQ-4 TRITON                                                     3         568,743               3         568,743  ..............  ..............
  23 MQ-4 TRITON [AP-CY]                                ..............          58,522  ..............          58,522  ..............  ..............
  24 MQ-8 UAV                                           ..............          54,761  ..............          54,761  ..............  ..............
  25 STUASL0 UAV                                        ..............          14,866  ..............          11,866  ..............          -3,000
  26 VH-92A EXECUTIVE HELO                                           6         649,015               6         649,015  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                        ..............       1,822,353  ..............       1,605,353  ..............        -217,000
 
     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
  27 AEA SYSTEMS                                        ..............          25,277  ..............          25,277  ..............  ..............
  28 AV-8 SERIES                                        ..............          58,577  ..............          58,577  ..............  ..............
  29 ADVERSARY                                          ..............          14,606  ..............          14,606  ..............  ..............
  30 F-18 SERIES                                        ..............       1,213,482  ..............       1,125,582  ..............         -87,900
  31 H-53 SERIES                                        ..............          70,997  ..............          70,997  ..............  ..............
  32 SH-60 SERIES                                       ..............         130,661  ..............         130,661  ..............  ..............
  33 H-1 SERIES                                         ..............          87,143  ..............          87,143  ..............  ..............
  34 EP-3 SERIES                                        ..............           3,633  ..............           3,633  ..............  ..............
  35 P-3 SERIES                                         ..............             803  ..............             803  ..............  ..............
  36 E-2 SERIES                                         ..............          88,780  ..............          80,980  ..............          -7,800
  37 TRAINER A/C SERIES                                 ..............          11,660  ..............          11,660  ..............  ..............
  38 C-2A                                               ..............          11,327  ..............           8,327  ..............          -3,000
  39 C-130 SERIES                                       ..............          79,075  ..............          70,575  ..............          -8,500
  40 FEWSG                                              ..............             597  ..............             597  ..............  ..............
  41 CARGO/TRANSPORT A/C SERIES                         ..............           8,932  ..............           8,932  ..............  ..............
  42 E-6 SERIES                                         ..............         181,821  ..............         173,821  ..............          -8,000
  43 EXECUTIVE HELICOPTERS SERIES                       ..............          23,566  ..............          23,566  ..............  ..............
  44 SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT                           ..............           7,620  ..............           7,620  ..............  ..............
  45 T-45 SERIES                                        ..............         195,475  ..............         195,475  ..............  ..............
  46 POWER PLANT CHANGES                                ..............          21,521  ..............          21,521  ..............  ..............
  47 JPATS SERIES                                       ..............          27,644  ..............          27,644  ..............  ..............
  48 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT MODS                         ..............          15,864  ..............          15,864  ..............  ..............
  49 COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT                               ..............         166,306  ..............         191,306  ..............         +25,000
  50 COMMON AVIONICS CHANGES                            ..............         117,551  ..............         117,551  ..............  ..............
  51 COMMON DEFENSIVE WEAPON SYSTEM                     ..............           1,994  ..............           1,994  ..............  ..............
  52 ID SYSTEMS                                         ..............          40,696  ..............          37,696  ..............          -3,000
  53 P-8 SERIES                                         ..............          71,251  ..............          71,251  ..............  ..............
  54 MAGTF EW FOR AVIATION                              ..............          11,590  ..............          11,590  ..............  ..............
  55 MQ-8 SERIES                                        ..............          37,907  ..............          37,907  ..............  ..............
  57 V-22 (TILT/ROTOR ACFT) OSPREY                      ..............         214,820  ..............         194,020  ..............         -20,800
  58 NEXT GENERATION JAMMER [NGJ]                       ..............             952  ..............  ..............  ..............            -952
  59 F-35 STOVL SERIES                                  ..............          36,618  ..............          36,618  ..............  ..............
  60 F-35 CV SERIES                                     ..............          21,236  ..............          21,236  ..............  ..............
  61 QUICK REACTION CAPABILITY (QRC)                    ..............         101,499  ..............         101,499  ..............  ..............
  62 MQ-4 SERIES                                        ..............          48,278  ..............          48,278  ..............  ..............
  63 RQ-21 SERIES                                       ..............           6,904  ..............           6,904  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT              ..............       3,156,663  ..............       3,041,711  ..............        -114,952
 
     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  64 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............       1,792,920  ..............       1,992,920  ..............        +200,000
 
     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  65 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                            ..............         421,606  ..............         421,606  ..............  ..............
  66 AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                     ..............          24,496  ..............          24,496  ..............  ..............
  67 WAR CONSUMABLES                                    ..............          42,108  ..............          42,108  ..............  ..............
  68 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                           ..............           1,444  ..............           1,444  ..............  ..............
  69 SPECIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          ..............          49,489  ..............          49,489  ..............  ..............
  70 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                   ..............           1,951  ..............           1,951  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT &          ..............         541,094  ..............         541,094  ..............  ..............
            FACILITIES
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY            ..............      19,041,799  ..............      20,083,169  ..............      +1,041,370
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1F/A-18E/F                1,937,553       1,852,953         -84,600
     (Fighter) Hornet
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -54,100
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         savings
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -30,500
         program
         affordability
         : Unjustified
         growth in
         support costs
   3Joint Strike             1,144,958       1,885,778        +740,820
     Fighter CV
        Program         ..............  ..............        +398,000
         increase:
         Four aircraft
         for the
         Marine Corps
        Program         ..............  ..............        +398,000
         increase:
         Four aircraft
         for the Navy
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -55,180
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         savings
   5JSF STOVL                2,312,847       2,598,049        +285,202
        Program         ..............  ..............        +412,000
         increase:
         Four aircraft
        Restoring       ..............  ..............        -126,798
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         savings
   7CH-53K (Heavy            1,113,804       1,022,804         -91,000
     Lift)
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -91,000
         program
         affordability
         : Unjustified
         support cost
         growth
   9V-22 (Medium Lift)         806,337       1,024,337        +218,000
        Program         ..............  ..............        +240,000
         increase:
         Three
         aircraft for
         the Marine
         Corps
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -22,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         savings
  10V-22 (Medium                36,955          28,755          -8,200
     Lift)--AP
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -8,200
         program
         affordability
         : Excess to
         need
  14P-8A Poseidon            1,803,753       1,755,353         -48,400
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -12,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y:
         Anticipated
         unit cost
         contract
         award savings
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -36,400
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         support costs
  16E-2D Adv Hawkeye           742,693         904,193        +161,500
        Program         ..............  ..............        +170,000
         increase: One
         aircraft
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -8,500
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         savings
  18C-40A                      206,000  ..............        -206,000
        Improving       ..............  ..............        -206,000
         funds
         management:
         Two C-40s
         funded in
         Public Law
         115-141
  21KC-130J--AP                110,013         102,013          -8,000
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -8,000
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         advance
         procurement
  25STUASL0 UAV                 14,866          11,866          -3,000
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -3,000
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         production
         engineering
         support
  30F-18 Series              1,213,482       1,125,582         -87,900
        Program         ..............  ..............         +13,900
         increase: EA-
         18G reactive
         electronic
         attack
         measures
         technology
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -79,200
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: IRST
         modifications
         early to need
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -22,600
         program
         affordability
         : Unjustified
         growth in non-
         recurring
         engineering
  36E-2 Series                  88,780          80,980          -7,800
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -5,300
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: SIPR CHAT
         mods early to
         need
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -2,500
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Navigation
         warfare mods
         early to need
  38C-2A                        11,327           8,327          -3,000
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -3,000
         funds
         management:
         Forward
         financed
  39C-130 Series                79,075          70,575          -8,500
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -8,500
         funds
         management:
         Forward
         financed
  42E-6 Series                 181,821         173,821          -8,000
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -8,000
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         installation
         costs
  49Common ECM                 166,306         191,306         +25,000
     Equipment
        Program         ..............  ..............         +25,000
         increase: F/A-
         18 E/F
         adaptive
         radar
         countermeasur
         es
  52ID Systems                  40,696          37,696          -3,000
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -3,000
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         installation
         costs
  57V-22 (Tilt/Rotor           214,820         194,020         -20,800
     ACFT) Osprey
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -8,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Common
         configuration
         unit cost
         savings
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -12,800
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         support costs
  58Next Generation                952  ..............            -952
     Jammer [NGJ]
        Restoring       ..............  ..............            -952
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y:
         Procurement
         early to need
  64Spares and Repair        1,792,920       1,992,920        +200,000
     Parts
        Program         ..............  ..............        +200,000
         increase
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       Weapons Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $3,510,590,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   3,702,393,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,780,572,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,780,572,000. This is $78,179,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY
 
     BALLISTIC MISSILES
 
     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
   1 TRIDENT II MODS                                    ..............       1,078,750  ..............       1,078,750  ..............  ..............
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
   2 MISSILE INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                      ..............           6,998  ..............           6,998  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BALLISTIC MISSILES                    ..............       1,085,748  ..............       1,085,748  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER MISSILES
 
     STRATEGIC MISSILES
   3 TOMAHAWK                                           ..............          98,570  ..............          98,570  ..............  ..............
 
     TACTICAL MISSILES
   4 AMRAAM                                                        140         211,058             140         211,058  ..............  ..............
   5 SIDEWINDER                                                    191          77,927             249         122,927             +58         +45,000
   6 JSOW                                               ..............           1,330  ..............           1,330  ..............  ..............
   7 STANDARD MISSILE                                              125         490,210             125         490,210  ..............  ..............
   8 STANDARD MISSILE [AP-CY]                           ..............         125,683  ..............         125,683  ..............  ..............
   9 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB II                                        750          91,272             750          91,272  ..............  ..............
  10 RAM                                                           120          96,221             120          96,221  ..............  ..............
  11 JOINT AIR GROUND MISSILE [JAGM]                                75          24,109              75          24,109  ..............  ..............
  14 STAND OFF PRECISION GUIDED MUNITIONS [SOPGM]                   31          11,378              31          11,378  ..............  ..............
  15 AERIAL TARGETS                                     ..............         137,137  ..............         129,437  ..............          -7,700
  16 OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT                              ..............           3,318  ..............           3,318  ..............  ..............
  17 LRASM                                                          25          81,190              35         111,190             +10         +30,000
  18 LCS OTH MISSILE                                                 8          18,156               8          18,156  ..............  ..............
 
     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
  19 ESSM                                                           45          98,384              45          98,384  ..............  ..............
  20 HARPOON MODS                                       ..............          14,840  ..............          26,840  ..............         +12,000
  21 HARM MODS                                          ..............         187,985  ..............         187,985  ..............  ..............
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  23 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                      ..............           2,006  ..............          12,006  ..............         +10,000
  24 FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW-ON                     ..............          66,779  ..............          66,779  ..............  ..............
 
     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  25 ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............          62,008  ..............          62,008  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                        ..............       1,899,561  ..............       1,988,861  ..............         +89,300
 
     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
 
     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP
  26 SSTD                                               ..............           6,353  ..............           6,353  ..............  ..............
  27 MK-48 TORPEDO                                                  45          92,616              50         103,616              +5         +11,000
  28 ASW TARGETS                                        ..............          12,324  ..............          12,324  ..............  ..............
 
     MOD OF TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP
  29 MK-54 TORPEDO MODS                                 ..............         105,946  ..............          83,825  ..............         -22,121
  30 MK-48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS                           ..............          40,005  ..............          40,005  ..............  ..............
  31 QUICKSTRIKE MINE                                   ..............           9,758  ..............           9,758  ..............  ..............
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  32 TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          ..............          79,371  ..............          79,371  ..............  ..............
  33 ASW RANGE SUPPORT                                  ..............           3,872  ..............           3,872  ..............  ..............
 
     DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION
  34 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                   ..............           3,726  ..............           3,726  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT       ..............         353,971  ..............         342,850  ..............         -11,121
 
     OTHER WEAPONS
 
     GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS
  35 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS                             ..............          15,067  ..............          15,067  ..............  ..............
 
     MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS
  36 CIWS MODS                                          ..............          63,318  ..............          63,318  ..............  ..............
  37 COAST GUARD WEAPONS                                ..............          40,823  ..............          40,823  ..............  ..............
  38 GUN MOUNT MODS                                     ..............          74,618  ..............          74,618  ..............  ..............
  39 LCS MODULE WEAPONS                                             90          11,350              90          11,350  ..............  ..............
  41 AIRBORNE MINE NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEMS               ..............          22,249  ..............          22,249  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS                         ..............         227,425  ..............         227,425  ..............  ..............
 
  43 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............         135,688  ..............         135,688  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY             ..............       3,702,393  ..............       3,780,572  ..............         +78,179
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    5 Sidewinder                77,927         122,927         +45,000
          Program       ..............  ..............         +45,000
           increase:
           Additional
           munitions
   15 Aerial Targets           137,137         129,437          -7,700
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -7,700
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: BQM-
           177A
           acquisition
           strategy
   17 LRASM                     81,190         111,190         +30,000
          Program       ..............  ..............         +30,000
           increase:
           Additional
           munitions
   20 Harpoon Mods              14,840          26,840         +12,000
          Program       ..............  ..............         +12,000
           increase:
           Additional
           munitions
   23 Weapons                    2,006          12,006         +10,000
       Industrial
       Facilities
          Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
           increase:
           NIROP
           facilitizat
           ion
   27 MK-48 Torpedo             92,616         103,616         +11,000
          Program       ..............  ..............         +11,000
           increase:
           Additional
           munitions
   29 MK-54 Torpedo            105,946          83,825         -22,121
       Mods
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -4,212
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: MK 54
           Mod 0
           installatio
           n ahead of
           need
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -17,909
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: MK 54
           Mod 1
           contract
           delays
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Next Generation Land Attack Weapon [NGLAW] and Interim 
Capabilities.--The fiscal year 2019 President's budget request 
includes $16,900,000 to continue the Analysis of Alternatives 
[AoA] for the NGLAW. The Committee understands that NGLAW is 
intended to address the Navy's cruise missile strategy against 
future threats and targets in time to replace or modify 
existing weapons programs. The Committee notes that a 
capabilities based assessment conducted by the Navy deferred 
the NGLAW initial operating capability [IOC] requirement by 
several years and the Committee further notes that the AoA, 
which commenced in fiscal year 2017, has expanded in scope and 
its completion is delayed. Therefore, the Committee has 
supported efforts to sustain the industrial base and provide 
incremental improvements to existing capabilities as interim 
solutions. This includes investments in multiple capability 
upgrades and the acquisition of additional Tomahawk all-up 
rounds [AUR], most recently by providing $102,000,000 above the 
President's budget request in the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public Law 115-141), pursuant to the 
Navy's fiscal year 2018 enhancement request following enactment 
of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 (Public Law 115-123).
    The fiscal year 2019 President's budget request for 
Tomahawk does not include funding for new production AURs, 
reflecting the Navy's strategy to transition from new 
production to recertification and modernization activities. In 
addition, the Navy has proposed to repurpose the fiscal year 
2018 appropriated increase for new production missiles, in 
contradiction to the Navy's request. The Committee directs the 
Secretary of the Navy to conduct a full review of the Tomahawk 
program including: an analysis of the viability of new 
production in fiscal year 2020; an analysis of the capacity for 
concurrent new production and recertification activities within 
existing facilities; revised cost and schedule projections for 
modification and recertification activities, to include 
alternatives with and without concurrent new production; a 
detailed review of the execution of the fiscal year 2017 and 
2018 new production congressional adds; certified courses of 
action and cost estimates for the $102,000,000 new production 
funding added in fiscal year 2018, to include detailed actions 
and milestones; and an analysis of surface and sub-surface 
launched land attack weapons inventory and requirements 
projections through the NGLAW IOC date, to include Tomahawk and 
other weapons systems that may provide an interim capability. 
The Secretary of the Navy shall provide a report detailing the 
results of the review to the congressional defense committees 
not later than 90 days after enactment of this act.
    In addition, the Committee is aware that a surface launched 
variant of the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile [LRASM] offers the 
potential to increase the fleet's surface warfare capability at 
a relatively low cost-per-kill while leveraging existing 
capability. Therefore, the Committee directs the Deputy Chief 
of Naval Operations for Warfare Systems to provide a report to 
the congressional defense committees not later than 90 days 
after the enactment of this act identifying the capabilities 
the surface launched LRASM could bring to the fleet. Further, 
the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and 
Comptroller) is directed to identify costs to validate a 
surface launch LRASM and the benefits of fielding such a 
system.
    Low-Yield Nuclear Warhead.--The Committee directs the 
Department of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary of 
Energy, to submit a report to the committee that details: (1) 
what Navy equities required to support a low-yield W-76 
capability on operationally available submarine-launched 
ballistic missiles; (2) any changes to or additional crew and 
personnel training requirements necessary to support any such 
modifications, a timeline for completing such modifications and 
changes in order to permit deployment of such warheads as well 
as a timeline for actually loading and fielding such warheads; 
(3) rationale for deploying low-yield warhead(s) on a SLBM, 
each of which is accountable under the New Strategic Arms 
Reduction Treaty [New START], instead of taking advantage of 
Treaty attribution rules that count each U.S. strategic bomber 
as a single warhead; (4) and a description of actions that will 
be taken to mitigate risks of miscalculation associated with 
adversaries being unable to distinguish between a submarine-
launched ballistic missile carrying a low-yield warhead and 
that of a missile carrying several high-yield warheads. The 
Committee directs that no fiscal year 2019 funding provided by 
this act shall be used to deploy such W76-2 low-yield nuclear 
Trident II D5 warheads until examination of the report by the 
Committee.

            Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2018....................................    $804,335,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   1,006,209,000
Committee recommendation................................     970,454,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $970,454,000. 
This is $35,755,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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          PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE CORPS
 
     PROC AMMO, NAVY
 
     NAVY AMMUNITION
   1 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                              ..............          79,871  ..............          72,371  ..............          -7,500
   2 JDAM                                                        3,688          87,900           3,688          87,900  ..............  ..............
   3 AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                        ..............         151,431  ..............         142,181  ..............          -9,250
   4 MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION                             ..............          11,344  ..............          11,344  ..............  ..............
   5 PRACTICE BOMBS                                     ..............          49,471  ..............          49,471  ..............  ..............
   6 CARTRIDGES & CART ACTUATED DEVICES                 ..............          56,227  ..............          56,227  ..............  ..............
   7 AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES                     ..............          66,382  ..............          66,382  ..............  ..............
   8 JATOS                                              ..............           2,907  ..............           2,907  ..............  ..............
   9 5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION                           ..............          72,657  ..............          72,477  ..............            -180
  10 INTERMEDIATE CALIBER GUN AMMUNITION                ..............          33,613  ..............          32,813  ..............            -800
  11 OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION                          ..............          42,142  ..............          42,142  ..............  ..............
  12 SMALL ARMS & LANDING PARTY AMMO                    ..............          49,888  ..............          49,888  ..............  ..............
  13 PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION                         ..............          10,931  ..............          10,931  ..............  ..............
  15 AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5 MILLION                    ..............           1,106  ..............           1,106  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROC AMMO, NAVY                       ..............         715,870  ..............         698,140  ..............         -17,730
 
     PROC AMMO, MARINE CORPS
 
     MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION
  19 MORTARS                                            ..............          28,266  ..............          18,516  ..............          -9,750
  21 DIRECT SUPPORT MUNITIONS                           ..............          63,664  ..............          63,664  ..............  ..............
  22 INFANTRY WEAPONS AMMUNITION                        ..............          59,295  ..............          51,020  ..............          -8,275
  26 COMBAT SUPPORT MUNITIONS                           ..............          31,577  ..............          31,577  ..............  ..............
  28 AMMO MODERNIZATION                                 ..............          15,001  ..............          15,001  ..............  ..............
  29 ARTILLERY MUNITIONS                                ..............          86,297  ..............          86,297  ..............  ..............
  30 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............           6,239  ..............           6,239  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROC AMMO, MARINE CORPS               ..............         290,339  ..............         272,314  ..............         -18,025
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE    ..............       1,006,209  ..............         970,454  ..............         -35,755
            CORPS
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1General Purpose             79,871          72,371          -7,500
     Bombs
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -7,500
         funds
         management:
         Previously
         funded
         requirement
         (Q2181 Laser
         Guided Bombs)
   3Airborne Rockets,          151,431         142,181          -9,250
     All Types
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -2,300
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         growth (MK
         66)
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -4,900
         funds
         management:
         Contract
         savings
         (APKWS)
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -2,050
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Excess
         product
         improvement
         growth
         (APKWS)
   95 Inch/54 Gun               72,657          72,477            -180
     Ammunition
        Restoring       ..............  ..............            -180
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         growth (5"/54
         propelling
         charge)
  10Intermediate                33,613          32,813            -800
     Caliber Gun
     Ammunition
        Restoring       ..............  ..............            -800
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         growth (57MM,
         HE-PD)
  19Mortars                     28,266          18,516          -9,750
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -9,750
         funds
         management:
         Previously
         funded
         requirements
  22Infantry Weapons            59,295          51,020          -8,275
     Ammunition
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -1,000
         funds
         management:
         Previously
         funded
         requirement
         (7.62x39mm
         Non-Standard)
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -7,275
         funds
         management:
         Contract
         delays (MK
         281)
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $23,824,738,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  21,871,437,000
Committee recommendation................................  23,992,937,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$23,992,937,000. This is $2,121,500,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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              SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY
 
     FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE SHIPS
   1 OHIO REPLACEMENT SUBMARINE (AP)                    ..............       3,005,330  ..............       3,242,330  ..............        +237,000
 
     OTHER WARSHIPS
   2 CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (CVN 80)               ..............       1,598,181  ..............       1,573,181  ..............         -25,000
   4 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE                                        2       4,373,382               2       4,373,382  ..............  ..............
   5 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE [AP-CY]                   ..............       2,796,401  ..............       2,796,401  ..............  ..............
   7 CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS [AP-CY]                    ..............         449,597  ..............         449,597  ..............  ..............
   8 DDG 1000                                           ..............         270,965  ..............         270,965  ..............  ..............
   9 DDG-51                                                          3       5,253,327               3       5,171,827  ..............         -81,500
  10 DDG-51 [AP-CY]                                     ..............         391,928  ..............         641,928  ..............        +250,000
  11 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP                                            1         646,244               2       1,121,244              +1        +475,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS                        ..............      15,780,025  ..............      16,398,525  ..............        +618,500
 
     AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS
  12 LPD-17                                             ..............  ..............  ..............         500,000  ..............        +500,000
  13 EXPEDITIONARY SEABASE                                           1         650,000               1         650,000  ..............  ..............
  14 LHA REPLACEMENT AP-CY                              ..............  ..............  ..............         350,000  ..............        +350,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS                      ..............         650,000  ..............       1,500,000  ..............        +850,000
 
     AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM COSTS
  15 EXPEDITIONARY FAST TRANSPORT (EPF)                 ..............  ..............               1         225,000              +1        +225,000
  16 TAO FLEET OILER                                                 2         977,104               2         977,104  ..............  ..............
  17 TAO FLEET OILER [AP-CY]                            ..............          75,046  ..............          75,046  ..............  ..............
  18 TOWING, SALVAGE, AND RESCUE SHIP (ATS)                          1          80,517               1          80,517  ..............  ..............
  20 LCU 1700                                                        2          41,520               2          41,520  ..............  ..............
  21 OUTFITTING                                         ..............         634,038  ..............         550,038  ..............         -84,000
  22 SHIP TO SHORE CONNECTOR                                         5         325,375               5         325,375  ..............  ..............
  23 SERVICE CRAFT                                      ..............          72,062  ..............          97,062  ..............         +25,000
  24 LCAC SLEP                                                       1          23,321               1          23,321  ..............  ..............
  28 COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS             ..............         207,099  ..............         207,099  ..............  ..............
  29 CABLE SHIP                                         ..............  ..............               1         250,000              +1        +250,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR    ..............       2,436,082  ..............       2,852,082  ..............        +416,000
            PROGRAM
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY       ..............      21,871,437  ..............      23,992,937  ..............      +2,121,500
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2019 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1OHIO                   3,005,330        3,242,330         +237,000
     Replacement
     Submarine (AP)
        Improving    ...............  ...............          -13,000
         funds
         management
         : Excess
         incentive
         fees
        Program      ...............  ...............         +250,000
         increase:
         Submarine
         industrial
         base
         expansion
   2Carrier                1,598,181        1,573,181          -25,000
     Replacement
     Program (CVN
     80)
        Transfer     ...............  ...............          -25,000
         funding to
         RDN, line
         84: CVN 78
         Full Ship
         Shock
         Trial
   9DDG-51                 5,253,327        5,171,827          -81,500
        Restoring    ...............  ...............          -81,500
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Excess
         growth in
         multiyear
         procuremen
         t program
  10DDG-51 [AP-CY]           391,928          641,928         +250,000
        Program      ...............  ...............         +250,000
         increase:
         Advance
         procuremen
         t for an
         additional
         fiscal
         year 2020
         ship
  11Littoral Combat          646,244        1,121,244         +475,000
     Ship
        Program      ...............  ...............         +475,000
         increase:
         Additional
         ship
  12LPD-17           ...............          500,000         +500,000
        Program      ...............  ...............         +500,000
         increase:
         Advance
         procuremen
         t for FY
         2020 LPD
         Flight II
         and/or MYP
         EOQ
  14LHA Replacement  ...............          350,000         +350,000
     [AP-CY]
        Program      ...............  ...............         +350,000
         increase:
         Advance
         procuremen
         t for LHA-
         9
  15Expeditionary    ...............          225,000         +225,000
     Fast Transport
     (EPF)
        Program      ...............  ...............         +225,000
         increase:
         Additional
         ship
  21Outfitting               634,038          550,038          -84,000
        Improving    ...............  ...............          -84,000
         funds
         management
         :
         Outfitting
         and post
         delivery
         funding
         early to
         need
  23Service Craft             72,062           97,062          +25,000
        Program      ...............  ...............          +25,000
         increase:
         Accelerate
         detail
         design and
         constructi
         on of YP-
         703 flight
         II
  29Cable Ship       ...............          250,000         +250,000
        Program      ...............  ...............         +250,000
         increase
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Submarine Industrial Base.--The fiscal year 2019 
President's budget request includes $3,005,330,000 for advance 
procurement to support the construction of the Ohio Replacement 
Submarine. The Committee supports this request and recommends 
an additional $250,000,000 to enhance the submarine industrial 
base. Further, the Committee notes that $225,000,000 above the 
President's budget request was provided by Congress in fiscal 
year 2018 for the same purpose. The Committee supports the 
submarine shipbuilding supply base in light of the Navy's 
projected future workload, as defined in the Navy's ``Annual 
Long-Range Plan for Construction of Naval Vessels for Fiscal 
Year 2019'' (30-year shipbuilding plan), but is concerned that 
the Navy is not budgeting the necessary resources to increase 
capacity and create multiple suppliers for critical submarine 
components, despite the Navy's stated concerns over the 
submarine industrial base. Therefore, the Assistant Secretary 
of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) and the 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and 
Comptroller) are directed to brief the congressional defense 
committees on the Navy's acquisition strategy and associated 
necessary resources to support the submarine industrial base in 
the President's fiscal year 2020 budget.
    CVN 80.--The fiscal year 2019 President's budget request 
includes $1,598,181,000 for the Aircraft Carrier Replacement 
Program. The Committee supports the funding requested to 
maintain the aircraft carrier fleet consistent with the Navy's 
30 year shipbuilding plan. However, the Committee understands 
that the Navy may pursue block buy authority for a two-ship-
buy, to include CVN 81, and notes that the construction award 
for CVN 80 has slipped from March 2018 to December 2018 while 
negotiations between the Navy and the shipbuilder are ongoing. 
To date, the Committee has not received any documentation 
related to a block buy proposal. The Committee notes that an 
accurate independent cost estimate and Navy budget profile are 
required for the congressional defense committees to make an 
informed decision on the proposal. Therefore, the Committee 
designates the funding appropriated for the Carrier Replacement 
Program funding line be applied only to CVN 80 and directs that 
no funds provided in fiscal year 2019 be applied to the 
procurement of CVN 81 components.

                        Other Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $7,941,018,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   9,414,355,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,393,562,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,393,562,000. This is $979,207,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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                  OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY
 
     SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT
   1 SURFACE POWER EQUIPMENT                            ..............          19,700  ..............          19,700  ..............  ..............
 
     GENERATORS
   3 SURFACE COMBATANT HM&E                             ..............          23,495  ..............          23,495  ..............  ..............
 
     NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
   4 OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT                         ..............          63,330  ..............          69,330  ..............          +6,000
 
     PERISCOPES
   5 SUB PERISCOPES AND IMAGING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT       ..............         178,421  ..............         178,421  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM
 
     OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT
   6 DDG MOD                                            ..............         487,999  ..............         469,499  ..............         -18,500
   7 FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT                             ..............          28,143  ..............          28,143  ..............  ..............
   8 COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCHBOARD                    ..............           2,248  ..............           2,248  ..............  ..............
   9 LHA/LHD MIDLIFE                                    ..............          37,694  ..............          37,694  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           SUBTOTAL                                     ..............          37,694  ..............          37,694  ..............  ..............
 
  10 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                        ..............          20,883  ..............          20,883  ..............  ..............
  11 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                        ..............          37,155  ..............          37,155  ..............  ..............
  12 VIRGINIA CLASS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                   ..............          66,328  ..............          66,328  ..............  ..............
  13 LCS CLASS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                        ..............          47,241  ..............          47,241  ..............  ..............
  14 SUBMARINE BATTERIES                                ..............          27,987  ..............          25,085  ..............          -2,902
  15 LPD CLASS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                        ..............          65,033  ..............          65,033  ..............  ..............
  16 DOG-1000 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............          89,700  ..............          57,700  ..............         -32,000
  17 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                   ..............          22,254  ..............          22,254  ..............  ..............
  18 DSSP EQUIPMENT                                     ..............           3,629  ..............           3,629  ..............  ..............
  19 CRUISER MODERNIZATION                              ..............         276,446  ..............         276,446  ..............  ..............
  20 LCAC                                               ..............           3,709  ..............           3,709  ..............  ..............
  21 UNDERWATER EOD PROGRAMS                            ..............          78,807  ..............          78,807  ..............  ..............
  22 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............         126,865  ..............         126,865  ..............  ..............
  23 CHEMICAL WARFARE DETECTORS                         ..............           2,966  ..............           2,966  ..............  ..............
  24 SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM                      ..............          11,968  ..............           6,924  ..............          -5,044
 
     REACTOR PLANT EQUIPMENT
  25 REACTOR POWER UNITS                                ..............         346,325  ..............         346,325  ..............  ..............
  26 REACTOR COMPONENTS                                 ..............         497,063  ..............         497,063  ..............  ..............
 
     OCEAN ENGINEERING
  27 DIVING AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT                       ..............          10,706  ..............          10,706  ..............  ..............
 
     SMALL BOATS
  28 STANDARD BOATS                                     ..............          49,771  ..............          49,771  ..............  ..............
 
     PRODUCTION FACILITIES EQUIPMENT
  29 OPERATING FORCES IPE                               ..............         225,181  ..............         401,181  ..............        +176,000
 
     OTHER SHIP SUPPORT
  31 LCS COMMON MISSION MODULES EQUIPMENT               ..............          46,732  ..............          33,237  ..............         -13,495
  32 LCS MCM MISSION MODULES                            ..............         124,147  ..............         116,381  ..............          -7,766
  33 LCS ASW MISSION MODULES                            ..............          57,294  ..............  ..............  ..............         -57,294
  34 LCS SUW MISSION MODULES                            ..............          26,006  ..............          14,065  ..............         -11,941
  35 LCS IN-SERVICE MODERNIZATION                       ..............          70,526  ..............          70,526  ..............  ..............
 
     LOGISTICS SUPPORT
  36 LSD MIDLIFE AND MODERNIZATION                      ..............           4,784  ..............           4,784  ..............  ..............
  XX SHIP OVERHAUL, MODERNIZATION AND REPAIR            ..............  ..............  ..............         610,000  ..............        +610,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           SUBTOTAL                                     ..............           4,784  ..............         614,784  ..............        +610,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT               ..............       3,180,536  ..............       3,823,594  ..............        +643,058
 
     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT
 
     SHIP SONARS
  37 SPQ-9B RADAR                                       ..............          20,309  ..............          19,179  ..............          -1,130
  38 AN/SQQ-89 SURF ASW COMBAT SYSTEM                   ..............         115,459  ..............         115,459  ..............  ..............
  39 SSN ACOUSTICS EQUIPMENT                            ..............         318,189  ..............         332,189  ..............         +14,000
  40 UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                 ..............          10,134  ..............          10,134  ..............  ..............
 
     ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  41 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYSTEM                  ..............          23,815  ..............          23,815  ..............  ..............
  42 SSTD                                               ..............          11,277  ..............           2,977  ..............          -8,300
  43 FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                          ..............         237,780  ..............         644,680  ..............        +406,900
  44 SURTASS                                            ..............          57,872  ..............          57,872  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT
  45 AN/SLQ-32                                          ..............         420,344  ..............         348,266  ..............         -72,078
 
     RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT
  46 SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT                               ..............         220,883  ..............         218,103  ..............          -2,780
  47 AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM [AIS]              ..............           4,028  ..............           4,028  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  48 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY                  ..............          44,173  ..............          34,821  ..............          -9,352
  49 NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM [NTCSS]      ..............          10,991  ..............          10,991  ..............  ..............
  50 ATDLS                                              ..............          34,526  ..............          34,526  ..............  ..............
  51 NAVY COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM [NCCS]             ..............           3,769  ..............           3,769  ..............  ..............
  52 MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT                    ..............          35,709  ..............          33,339  ..............          -2,370
  53 SHALLOW WATER MCM                                  ..............           8,616  ..............           8,616  ..............  ..............
  54 NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS (SPACE)                      ..............          10,703  ..............          10,703  ..............  ..............
  55 ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV                          ..............           2,626  ..............           2,626  ..............  ..............
  56 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                   ..............           9,467  ..............           9,467  ..............  ..............
 
     AVIATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  57 ASHORE ATC EQUIPMENT                               ..............          70,849  ..............          70,849  ..............  ..............
  58 AFLOAT ATC EQUIPMENT                               ..............          47,890  ..............          47,890  ..............  ..............
  59 ID SYSTEMS                                         ..............          26,163  ..............          26,163  ..............  ..............
  60 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEM        ..............          38,094  ..............          38,094  ..............  ..............
  61 NAVAL MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                     ..............          11,966  ..............          11,966  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  62 TACTICAL/MOBILE C41 SYSTEMS                        ..............          42,010  ..............          42,010  ..............  ..............
  63 DCGS-N                                             ..............          12,896  ..............          12,896  ..............  ..............
  64 CANES                                              ..............         423,027  ..............         399,944  ..............         -23,083
  65 RADIAC                                             ..............           8,175  ..............           8,175  ..............  ..............
  66 CANES-INTELL                                       ..............          54,465  ..............          51,405  ..............          -3,060
  67 GPETE                                              ..............           5,985  ..............           5,985  ..............  ..............
  68 MASF                                               ..............           5,413  ..............           5,413  ..............  ..............
  69 INTEG COMBAT SYSTEM TEST FACILITY                  ..............           6,251  ..............           6,251  ..............  ..............
  70 EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION                        ..............           4,183  ..............           4,183  ..............  ..............
  71 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............         148,350  ..............         148,350  ..............  ..............
 
     SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS
  72 SHIPBOARD TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS                  ..............          45,450  ..............          45,450  ..............  ..............
  73 SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION                     ..............         105,087  ..............         105,087  ..............  ..............
  74 COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER $5M                     ..............          41,123  ..............          41,123  ..............  ..............
 
     SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS
  75 SUBMARINE BROADCAST SUPPORT                        ..............          30,897  ..............          30,897  ..............  ..............
  76 SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT                  ..............          78,580  ..............          78,580  ..............  ..............
 
     SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  77 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                   ..............          41,205  ..............          41,205  ..............  ..............
  78 NAVY MULTIBAND TERMINAL [NMT]                      ..............         113,885  ..............         113,885  ..............  ..............
 
     SHORE COMMUNICATIONS
  79 JCS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT                       ..............           4,292  ..............           4,292  ..............  ..............
 
     CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
  80 INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM [ISSP]               ..............         153,526  ..............         153,526  ..............  ..............
  81 MIO INTEL EXPLOITATION TEAM                        ..............             951  ..............             951  ..............  ..............
 
     CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT
  82 CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP                   ..............          14,209  ..............          17,009  ..............          +2,800
 
     OTHER ELECTRONIC SUPPORT
  86 COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT                              ..............          40,713  ..............          40,713  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS        ..............       3,176,305  ..............       3,477,852  ..............        +301,547
            EQUIPMENT
 
     AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     SONOBUOYS
  88 SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES                               ..............         177,891  ..............         216,191  ..............         +38,300
 
     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  89 WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                    ..............          93,864  ..............          93,864  ..............  ..............
  90 AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............         111,724  ..............         111,724  ..............  ..............
  91 ADVANCED ARRESTING GEAR (AAG)                      ..............          11,054  ..............          11,054  ..............  ..............
  92 METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT                           ..............          21,072  ..............          21,072  ..............  ..............
  93 OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT (DCRS/DPL)            ..............             656  ..............             656  ..............  ..............
  94 AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES                      ..............          11,299  ..............          11,299  ..............  ..............
  95 LAMPS EQUIPMENT                                    ..............             594  ..............             594  ..............  ..............
  96 AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............          39,374  ..............          37,026  ..............          -2,348
  97 UMCS-UNMAN CARRIER AVIATION (UCA) MISSION CONTROL  ..............          35,405  ..............          28,179  ..............          -7,226
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT            ..............         502,933  ..............         531,659  ..............         +28,726
 
     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     SHIP GUN SYSTEM EQUIPMENT
  98 SHIP GUN SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT                         ..............           5,337  ..............           5,337  ..............  ..............
 
     SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT
  99 SHIP MISSILE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                     ..............         213,090  ..............         202,071  ..............         -11,019
 100 TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............          92,890  ..............          92,890  ..............  ..............
 
     FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 101 STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIP                    ..............         271,817  ..............         271,817  ..............  ..............
 
     ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 102 SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS                         ..............         129,501  ..............         129,501  ..............  ..............
 103 ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                              ..............          19,436  ..............          19,436  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 104 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP                  ..............          14,258  ..............          14,258  ..............  ..............
 105 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............           5,378  ..............           5,378  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE
 106 SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                     ..............          65,543  ..............          65,543  ..............  ..............
 107 SURFACE TRAINING EQUIPMENT                         ..............         230,425  ..............         227,791  ..............          -2,634
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT            ..............       1,047,675  ..............       1,034,022  ..............         -13,653
 
     CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 108 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                        ..............           4,867  ..............           4,867  ..............  ..............
 109 GENERAL PURPOSE TRUCKS                             ..............           2,674  ..............           2,674  ..............  ..............
 110 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE EQUIP                   ..............          20,994  ..............          20,994  ..............  ..............
 111 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT                            ..............          17,189  ..............          17,189  ..............  ..............
 112 TACTICAL VEHICLES                                  ..............          19,916  ..............          19,916  ..............  ..............
 113 AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT                               ..............           7,400  ..............           7,400  ..............  ..............
 114 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                        ..............           2,713  ..............           2,713  ..............  ..............
 115 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION                             ..............          35,540  ..............          35,540  ..............  ..............
 116 PHYSICAL SECURITY VEHICLES                         ..............           1,155  ..............           1,155  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT   ..............         112,448  ..............         112,448  ..............  ..............
 
     SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 117 SUPPLY EQUIPMENT                                   ..............          18,786  ..............          18,786  ..............  ..............
 118 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                   ..............           5,375  ..............           5,375  ..............  ..............
 119 SPECIAL PURPOSE SUPPLY SYSTEMS                     ..............         580,371  ..............         580,371  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT              ..............         604,532  ..............         604,532  ..............  ..............
 
     PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     TRAINING DEVICES
 120 TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............           3,400  ..............           3,400  ..............  ..............
 121 TRAINING AND EDUCATION EQUIPMENT                   ..............          24,283  ..............          24,283  ..............  ..............
 
     COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 122 COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          ..............          66,681  ..............          66,681  ..............  ..............
 123 MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          ..............           3,352  ..............           3,352  ..............  ..............
 125 NAVAL MIP SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                        ..............           1,984  ..............           1,984  ..............  ..............
 126 OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                 ..............          15,131  ..............          15,131  ..............  ..............
 127 C4ISR EQUIPMENT                                    ..............           3,576  ..............           3,576  ..............  ..............
 128 ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                    ..............          31,902  ..............          31,902  ..............  ..............
 129 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                        ..............         175,436  ..............         195,436  ..............         +20,000
 130 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                  ..............          25,393  ..............          25,393  ..............  ..............
 133 NEXT GENERATION ENTERPRISE SERVICE                 ..............          96,269  ..............          96,269  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT         ..............         447,407  ..............         467,407  ..............         +20,000
            EQUIPMENT
 
 134 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............         326,838  ..............         326,367  ..............            -471
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............          15,681  ..............          15,681  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY               ..............       9,414,355  ..............      10,393,562  ..............        +979,207
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2019 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                           Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    4 Other Navigation Equipment                                      63,330           69,330           +6,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Production   ...............  ...............           -4,000
           engineering excess growth
          Program increase: Accelerate ECDIS-N 9.4, 9.4,     ...............  ...............          +10,000
           9.5 implementation
    6 DDG Mod                                                        487,999          469,499          -18,500
          Insufficient budget justification: Aegis           ...............  ...............           -9,500
           modernization testing
          Insufficient budget justification: Combat system   ...............  ...............           -9,000
           ship qualification trials
   14 Submarine Batteries                                             27,987           25,085           -2,902
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost    ...............  ...............           -2,902
           growth
   16 DDG 1000 Class Support Equipment                                89,700           57,700          -32,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: DDG 1002     ...............  ...............          -32,000
           data center ahead of need
   24 Submarine Life Support System                                   11,968            6,924           -5,044
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Low          ...............  ...............           -5,044
           pressure electrolyzer early to need
   29 Operating Forces Ipe                                           225,181          401,181         +176,000
          Program increase: Shipyard investment              ...............  ...............         +176,000
           acceleration
   31 LCS Common Mission Modules Equipment                            46,732           33,237          -13,495
          Restoring acquisition accountability: EMM mission  ...............  ...............           -8,986
           package computing environment ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: EMM          ...............  ...............           -4,509
           training equipment ahead of need
   32 LCS MCM Mission Modules                                        124,147          116,381           -7,766
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AMNS unit    ...............  ...............           -3,026
           cost growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Knifefish    ...............  ...............           -4,740
           unit cost growth
   33 LCS ASW Mission Modules                                         57,294  ...............          -57,294
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ASW mission  ...............  ...............          -57,294
           modules ahead of need
   34 LCS SUW Mission Modules                                         26,006           14,065          -11,941
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess       ...............  ...............          -11,941
           surface-to surface mission module ahead of test
   xx Ship Overhaul, Modernization and Repair                ...............          610,000         +610,000
          Transfer: From Operation and Maintenance, Navy     ...............  ...............         +610,000
           line 1B4B Ship Depot Maintenance for the USS
           BOISE, USS NEW YORK and USS GUNSTON HALL
           availabilities
   37 SPQ-9B Radar                                                    20,309           19,179           -1,130
          Restoring acquisition accountability:              ...............  ...............           -1,130
           Installation funding early to need
   39 SSN Acoustic Equipment                                         318,189          332,189          +14,000
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............          +14,000
   42 SSTD                                                            11,277            2,977           -8,300
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AN/SLQ-25E   ...............  ...............           -8,300
           delay
   43 Fixed Surveillance System                                      237,780          644,680         +406,900
          Program acceleration                               ...............  ...............         +406,900
   45 AN/SLQ-32                                                      420,344          348,266          -72,078
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess       ...............  ...............          -60,376
           Block 3 systems
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess       ...............  ...............          -11,702
           Block 3 installation funding
   46 Shipboard IW Exploit                                           220,883          218,103           -2,780
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Increment F  ...............  ...............           -2,780
           kit cost growth
   48 Cooperative Engagement Capability                               44,173           34,821           -9,352
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Common       ...............  ...............           -9,352
           array block antenna
   52 Minesweeping System Replacement                                 35,709           33,339           -2,370
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Knifefish    ...............  ...............           -2,370
           unit cost growth
   64 CANES                                                          423,027          399,944          -23,083
          Restoring acquisition accountability:              ...............  ...............          -23,083
           Installations previously funded
   66 CANES-Intell                                                    54,465           51,405           -3,060
          Restoring acquisition accountability:              ...............  ...............           -3,060
           Installations previously funded
   82 Cryptologic Communications Equip                                14,209           17,009           +2,800
          Program increase: SOUTHCOM ISR requirements        ...............  ...............           +2,800
   88 Sonobuoys--All Types                                           177,891          216,191          +38,300
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............          +38,300
   96 Aviation Support Equipment                                      39,374           37,026           -2,348
          Improving funds management: JHMCS night vision     ...............  ...............           -2,348
           unit cost growth
   97 UMCS-Unman Carrier Aviation (UCA) Mission Cntrl                 35,405           28,179           -7,226
          Restoring acquisition accountability: MD-5A        ...............  ...............           -3,742
           procurement ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Ship change  ...............  ...............           -3,484
           document ahead of need
   99 Ship Missile Support Equipment                                 213,090          202,071          -11,019
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ESSM         ...............  ...............           -4,619
           missile launcher upgrade funding unjustified
          Restoring acquisition accountability: RAM ORDALTs  ...............  ...............           -6,400
           for block 2B ahead of need
  107 Surface Training Equipment                                     230,425          227,791           -2,634
          Restoring acquisition accountability: BFTT         ...............  ...............           -2,634
           upgrade kits installation funding ahead of need
  129 Physical Security Equipment                                    175,436          195,436          +20,000
          Program increase: New Navy port waterborne         ...............  ...............          +20,000
           security barriers
  134 Spares and Repair Parts                                        326,838          326,367             -471
          Program termination: Hybrid electric drive spares  ...............  ...............             -471
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                       Procurement, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $1,942,737,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   2,860,410,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,800,997,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,800,997,000. This is $59,413,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS
 
     WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES
 
     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   1 AAV7A1 PIP                                         ..............         156,249  ..............          96,836  ..............         -59,413
   2 AMPHIBIOUS COMBAT VEHICLE 1.1                                  30         167,478              30         167,478  ..............  ..............
   3 LAV PIP                                            ..............          43,701  ..............          43,701  ..............  ..............
 
     ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS
   5 155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER                   ..............          47,158  ..............          47,158  ..............  ..............
   6 ARTILLERY WEAPONS SYSTEM                           ..............         134,246  ..............         134,246  ..............  ..............
   7 WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES UNDER $5 MILLION       ..............          40,687  ..............          40,687  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT
   8 MODIFICATION KITS                                  ..............          22,904  ..............          22,904  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES           ..............         612,423  ..............         553,010  ..............         -59,413
 
     GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT
 
     GUIDED MISSILES
   9 GROUND BASED AIR DEFENSE                           ..............          18,334  ..............          18,334  ..............  ..............
  10 JAVELIN                                                         5           3,020               5           3,020  ..............  ..............
  11 FOLLOW ON TO SMAW/FOAAWS                           ..............          13,760  ..............          13,760  ..............  ..............
  12 ANTI-ARMOR WEAPONS SYSTEM-HEAVY (AAWS-H)/TOW       ..............          59,702  ..............          59,702  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT         ..............          94,816  ..............          94,816  ..............  ..............
 
     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT
 
     COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
  13 COMMON AVIATION COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS            ..............          35,467  ..............          35,467  ..............  ..............
 
     REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT
  14 REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT                          ..............          46,081  ..............          46,081  ..............  ..............
  15 MODIFICATION KITS                                  ..............             971  ..............             971  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT (TEL)
 
     COMMAND AND CONTROL
  16 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION (COMM & ELEC)               ..............          69,203  ..............          69,203  ..............  ..............
  17 AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS                          ..............          14,269  ..............          14,269  ..............  ..............
 
     RADAR + EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  18 RADAR SYSTEMS                                      ..............           6,694  ..............           6,694  ..............  ..............
  19 GROUND/AIR TASK ORIENTED RADAR                                  3         224,969               3         224,969  ..............  ..............
 
     INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  21 GCSS-MC                                            ..............           1,187  ..............           1,187  ..............  ..............
  22 FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                ..............          60,189  ..............          60,189  ..............  ..............
  23 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                     ..............          73,848  ..............          73,848  ..............  ..............
  25 UNMANNED AIR SYSTEMS (INTEL)                       ..............           3,848  ..............           3,848  ..............  ..............
  26 DCGS-MC                                            ..............          16,081  ..............          16,081  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL)
  30 NEXT GENERATION ENTERPRISE NETWORK (NGEN)          ..............          87,120  ..............          87,120  ..............  ..............
  31 COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES                          ..............          68,914  ..............          68,914  ..............  ..............
  32 COMMAND POST SYSTEMS                               ..............         124,838  ..............         124,838  ..............  ..............
  33 RADIO SYSTEMS                                      ..............         279,680  ..............         279,680  ..............  ..............
  34 COMM SWITCHING & CONTROL SYSTEMS                   ..............          36,649  ..............          36,649  ..............  ..............
  35 COMM & ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT                 ..............          83,971  ..............          83,971  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS        ..............       1,233,979  ..............       1,233,979  ..............  ..............
            EQUIPMENT
 
     SUPPORT VEHICLES
 
     ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES
  36 COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES                          ..............          25,441  ..............          25,441  ..............  ..............
 
     TACTICAL VEHICLES
  37 MOTOR TRANSPORT MODIFICATIONS                      ..............          11,392  ..............          11,392  ..............  ..............
  38 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE                       ..............         607,011  ..............         607,011  ..............  ..............
  39 FAMILY OF TACTICAL TRAILERS                        ..............           2,393  ..............           2,393  ..............  ..............
  40 TRAILERS                                           ..............           6,540  ..............           6,540  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT VEHICLES                      ..............         652,777  ..............         652,777  ..............  ..............
 
     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
 
     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
  41 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL EQUIP ASSORT                 ..............             496  ..............             496  ..............  ..............
  42 TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS                              ..............              54  ..............              54  ..............  ..............
  43 POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED                           ..............          21,062  ..............          21,062  ..............  ..............
  44 AMPHIBIOUS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                       ..............           5,290  ..............           5,290  ..............  ..............
  45 EOD SYSTEMS                                        ..............          47,854  ..............          47,854  ..............  ..............
 
     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
  46 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                        ..............          28,306  ..............          28,306  ..............  ..............
 
     GENERAL PROPERTY
  47 FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                            ..............          33,513  ..............          33,513  ..............  ..............
  48 TRAINING DEVICES                                   ..............          52,040  ..............          52,040  ..............  ..............
  49 FAMILY OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT                   ..............          36,156  ..............          36,156  ..............  ..............
  50 FAMILY OF INTERNALLY TRANSPORTABLE VEHICLE (ITV)   ..............             606  ..............             606  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT
  51 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............          11,608  ..............          11,608  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT          ..............         236,985  ..............         236,985  ..............  ..............
 
  53 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............          25,804  ..............          25,804  ..............  ..............
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............           3,626  ..............           3,626  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS             ..............       2,860,410  ..............       2,800,997  ..............         -59,413
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     1 AAV7A1 PIP              156,249          96,836         -59,413
           Restoring    ..............  ..............         -59,413
            acquisitio
            n
            accountabi
            lity:
            Program
            delays-sur
            vivability
            upgrade
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Assault Amphibious Vehicle--Survivability Upgrade [AAV-
SU].--The Committee notes efforts by the Marine Corps to 
enhance the maneuverability, survivability and combat 
effectiveness of the legacy AAV vehicle fleet and its Assault 
Amphibian Battalions while maintaining critical amphibious lift 
and armored personnel carrier capabilities. The Committee 
remains concerned with the current production schedule and unit 
cost estimates due to recent further delays in the delivery of 
required test assets and changes in the vehicle design. 
Therefore, the Committee provides adequate funding to maintain 
progress towards award of a full rate production contract, and 
encourages the Commandant of the Marine Corps to provide an 
updated program schedule and production plan to the 
congressional defense committees that reflects a more accurate 
cost assessment and an achievable production schedule.

                    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $18,504,556,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  16,206,937,000
Committee recommendation................................  15,772,473,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$15,772,473,000. This is $434,464,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE
 
     COMBAT AIRCRAFT
 
     TACTICAL FORCES
   1 F-35                                                           48       4,261,021              48       4,021,021  ..............        -240,000
   2 F-35 [AP-CY]                                       ..............         406,000  ..............         526,000  ..............        +120,000
   3 C-135B                                                          2         222,176               2         222,176  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                       ..............       4,889,197  ..............       4,769,197  ..............        -120,000
 
     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT/TACTICAL AIRLIFT
   4 KC-46A TANKER                                                  15       2,559,911              15       2,415,491  ..............        -144,420
 
     OTHER AIRLIFT
   5 C-130J                                             ..............          35,858  ..............          35,858  ..............  ..............
   6 HC-130J                                                         1         129,437               1          86,981  ..............         -42,456
   8 MC-130J                                                         6         770,201               6         727,879  ..............         -42,322
   9 MC-130J (AP)                                       ..............         218,000  ..............         218,000  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                      ..............       3,713,407  ..............       3,484,209  ..............        -229,198
 
     OTHER AIRCRAFT
 
     HELICOPTERS
  11 COMBAT RESCUE HELICOPTER                                       10         680,201              10         630,201  ..............         -50,000
 
     MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT
  13 CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C                                            4           2,719               4          10,800  ..............          +8,081
 
     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  14 TARGET DRONES                                                  48         139,053              48         139,053  ..............  ..............
  15 COMPASS CALL MODS                                               1         108,113               1         108,113  ..............  ..............
  17 MQ-9                                                            8         221,707              14         255,903              +6         +34,196
  18 O/A-X LIGHT ATTACK AIRCRAFT                        ..............  ..............  ..............         300,000  ..............        +300,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                        ..............       1,151,793  ..............       1,444,070  ..............        +292,277
 
     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT
 
     STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT
  19 B-2A                                               ..............          60,301  ..............          57,200  ..............          -3,101
  20 B-1B                                               ..............          51,290  ..............          35,690  ..............         -15,600
  21 B-52                                               ..............         105,519  ..............         117,230  ..............         +11,711
 
     TACTICAL AIRCRAFT
  23 A-10                                               ..............          98,720  ..............          92,710  ..............          -6,010
  24 C-130J                                             ..............          10,831  ..............  ..............  ..............         -10,831
  25 F-15                                               ..............         548,109  ..............         456,647  ..............         -91,462
  26 F-16                                               ..............         324,323  ..............         304,323  ..............         -20,000
  27 F-22A                                              ..............         250,710  ..............         250,710  ..............  ..............
  29 F-35 MODIFICATIONS                                 ..............         247,271  ..............         156,971  ..............         -90,300
  30 F-15 EPAW                                          ..............         147,685  ..............         197,685  ..............         +50,000
  31 INCREMENT 3.2b                                     ..............           9,007  ..............           9,007  ..............  ..............
  33 KC-46A TANKER                                      ..............           8,547  ..............           8,547  ..............  ..............
 
     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
  34 C-5                                                ..............          77,845  ..............          71,835  ..............          -6,010
  36 C-17A                                              ..............         102,121  ..............         102,121  ..............  ..............
  37 C-21                                               ..............          17,516  ..............          17,516  ..............  ..............
  38 C-32A                                              ..............           4,537  ..............           4,537  ..............  ..............
  39 C-37A                                              ..............             419  ..............             419  ..............  ..............
 
     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  41 GLIDER MODS                                        ..............             137  ..............             137  ..............  ..............
  42 T6                                                 ..............          22,550  ..............          22,550  ..............  ..............
  43 T-1                                                ..............          21,952  ..............          21,952  ..............  ..............
  44 T-38                                               ..............          70,623  ..............          70,623  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  45 U-2 MODS                                           ..............          48,774  ..............          48,774  ..............  ..............
  46 KC-10A [ATCA]                                      ..............          11,104  ..............          11,104  ..............  ..............
  47 C-12                                               ..............           4,900  ..............           4,900  ..............  ..............
  48 VC-25A MOD                                         ..............          36,938  ..............          27,238  ..............          -9,700
  49 C-40                                               ..............             251  ..............             251  ..............  ..............
  50 C-130                                              ..............          22,094  ..............         147,094  ..............        +125,000
  51 C130J MODS                                         ..............         132,045  ..............         127,434  ..............          -4,611
  52 C-135                                              ..............         113,076  ..............          91,410  ..............         -21,666
  53 OC-135B                                            ..............           5,913  ..............           5,913  ..............  ..............
  54 COMPASS CALL MODS                                  ..............          49,885  ..............          49,885  ..............  ..............
  55 COMBAT FLIGHT INSPECTION (CFIN)                    ..............             499  ..............             499  ..............  ..............
  56 RC-135                                             ..............         394,532  ..............         391,532  ..............          -3,000
  57 E-3                                                ..............         133,906  ..............         116,865  ..............         -17,041
  58 E-4                                                ..............          67,858  ..............          67,858  ..............  ..............
  59 E-8                                                ..............           9,919  ..............          24,807  ..............         +14,888
  60 AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM                ..............          57,780  ..............          57,780  ..............  ..............
  61 FAMILY OF BEYOND LINE-OF-SIGHT TERMINALS                        3          14,293               3          11,283  ..............          -3,010
  62 H-1                                                ..............           2,940  ..............           2,940  ..............  ..............
  63 H-60                                               ..............          55,466  ..............          55,466  ..............  ..............
  64 RQ-4 UAV MODS                                      ..............          23,715  ..............         123,715  ..............        +100,000
  65 HC/MC-130 MODIFICATIONS                            ..............          37,754  ..............          37,754  ..............  ..............
  66 OTHER AIRCRAFT                                     ..............          62,010  ..............          62,010  ..............  ..............
  67 MQ-9 MODS                                          ..............         171,548  ..............         146,648  ..............         -24,900
  69 CV-22 MODS                                         ..............          60,416  ..............          60,416  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT    ..............       3,697,629  ..............       3,671,986  ..............         -25,643
 
     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  70 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                        ..............         956,408  ..............         778,508  ..............        -177,900
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      ..............         956,408  ..............         778,508  ..............        -177,900
 
     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
 
     COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  71 AIRCRAFT REPLACEMENT SUPPORT EQUIP                 ..............          81,241  ..............          81,241  ..............  ..............
 
     POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT
  74 B-2A                                               ..............           1,763  ..............           1,763  ..............  ..............
  75 B-2B                                               ..............          35,861  ..............          35,861  ..............  ..............
  76 B-52                                               ..............          12,819  ..............          12,819  ..............  ..............
  77 C-17A                                              ..............          10,114  ..............          10,114  ..............  ..............
  79 F-15                                               ..............           2,545  ..............           2,545  ..............  ..............
  81 F-16 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                       ..............          11,718  ..............           4,518  ..............          -7,200
  82 F-22A                                              ..............          14,489  ..............          14,489  ..............  ..............
  83 OTHER AIRCRAFT                                     ..............           9,928  ..............           9,928  ..............  ..............
  84 RQ-4 POST PRODUCTION CHARGES                       ..............          40,641  ..............          40,641  ..............  ..............
 
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS
  86 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                            ..............          17,378  ..............          17,378  ..............  ..............
 
     WAR CONSUMABLES
  88 WAR CONSUMABLES                                    ..............          29,342  ..............          29,342  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES
  89 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                           ..............       1,502,386  ..............       1,335,586  ..............        -166,800
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND        ..............       1,770,225  ..............       1,596,225  ..............        -174,000
            FACILITIES
 
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............          28,278  ..............          28,278  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE       ..............      16,206,937  ..............      15,772,473  ..............        -434,464
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 F-35                                                           4,261,021       4,021,021        -240,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost       ..............  ..............        -240,000
           savings
    2 F-35 [AP-CY]                                                     406,000         526,000        +120,000
          Program increase: Advance procurement for additional  ..............  ..............        +120,000
           FY 2020 aircraft
    4 KC-46A Tanker                                                  2,559,911       2,415,491        -144,420
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost       ..............  ..............         -41,700
           savings
          Improving funds management: Interim contractor        ..............  ..............        -102,720
           support excess to need
    6 HC-130J                                                          129,437          86,981         -42,456
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost       ..............  ..............         -11,000
           growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Spares funding  ..............  ..............         -31,456
           ahead of need
    8 MC-130J                                                          770,201         727,879         -42,322
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost       ..............  ..............         -42,322
           growth
   11 Combat Rescue Helicopter                                         680,201         630,201         -50,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess unit     ..............  ..............         -50,000
           cost
   13 Civil Air Patrol A/C                                               2,719          10,800          +8,081
          Program increase                                      ..............  ..............          +8,081
   17 MQ-9                                                             221,707         255,903         +34,196
          Program increase: Accelerate advanced battle          ..............  ..............        +120,000
           management system
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Prior year      ..............  ..............          -5,664
           unit cost savings
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Dual ground     ..............  ..............         -80,140
           control station funding excess to need
   18 O/A-X Light Attack Aircraft                               ..............         300,000        +300,000
          Program increase: Procurement of aircraft and long    ..............  ..............        +300,000
           lead materials
   19 B-2A                                                              60,301          57,200          -3,101
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Common very     ..............  ..............          -3,101
           low frequency terminal installations previously
           funded
   20 B-1B                                                              51,290          35,690         -15,600
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Integrated      ..............  ..............          -9,400
           battle station excess to need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: MIDS-JTRS       ..............  ..............          -3,719
           ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Radio crypto    ..............  ..............          -1,181
           ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ADS-B out       ..............  ..............          -1,300
           ahead of need
   21 B-52                                                             105,519         117,230         +11,711
          Program increase: LRASM certification                 ..............  ..............         +10,000
          Program increase: B-52 infrared threat defense UON    ..............  ..............         +16,400
          Program increase: B-52 mission data recorder          ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Transfer crypto modernization: Air Force-requested    ..............  ..............         -14,759
           to RDAF line 173
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Bomber          ..............  ..............          -2,976
           tactical data link ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Airspace        ..............  ..............          -1,954
           compliance ahead of need
   23 A-10                                                              98,720          92,710          -6,010
          Improving funds management: ADS-B out delay           ..............  ..............          -6,010
   24 C-130J                                                            10,831  ..............         -10,831
          Insufficient budget justification: Unjustified        ..............  ..............         -10,831
           request
   25 F-15                                                             548,109         456,647         -91,462
          Program increase: ALQ-128                             ..............  ..............         +10,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: APG-82 unit     ..............  ..............          -6,311
           cost growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: APG-82 ICS      ..............  ..............         -10,000
           excess growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: APG-82          ..............  ..............          -6,535
           installation cost growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: APG-63 ahead    ..............  ..............         -69,130
           of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: APG-63          ..............  ..............          -9,486
           installation cost growth
   26 F-16                                                             324,323         304,323         -20,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: MIDS-JITRS      ..............  ..............         -20,000
           excess growth
   29 F-35 Modifications                                               247,271         156,971         -90,300
          Maintain program affordability: Concurrency growth    ..............  ..............         -90,300
   30 F-15 EPAW                                                        147,685         197,685         +50,000
          Program increase: Eagle passive active warning        ..............  ..............         +50,000
           survivability systems for F-15Cs
   34 C-5                                                               77,845          71,835          -6,010
          Restoring acquisition accountability: CMC and         ..............  ..............          -6,010
           weather radar contract delay
   48 VC-25A Mod                                                        36,938          27,238          -9,700
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Chiller         ..............  ..............          -9,700
           replacement terminated
   50 C-130                                                             22,094         147,094        +125,000
          Program increase: C-130H modernization                ..............  ..............        +125,000
   51 C-130J Mods                                                      132,045         127,434          -4,611
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 8.1 b     ..............  ..............          -4,611
           kit unit cost growth
   52 C-135                                                            113,076          91,410         -21,666
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AERO-I satcom   ..............  ..............         -21,666
           replacement ahead of need
   56 RC-135                                                           394,532         391,532          -3,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Combat sent     ..............  ..............          -3,000
           install funding excess to need
   57 E-3                                                              133,906         116,865         -17,041
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Electronic      ..............  ..............         -17,041
           protection excess to need
   59 E-8                                                                9,919          24,807         +14,888
          Transfer common data link: Air Force requested from   ..............  ..............         +14,888
           RDAF line 213
   61 Family of Beyond Line-of-Sight Terminals                          14,293          11,283          -3,010
          Restoring acquisition accountability: FAB-T unit      ..............  ..............          -3,010
           cost growth
   64 RQ-4 Mods                                                         23,715         123,715        +100,000
          Program increase: Battlefield airborne communication  ..............  ..............        +100,000
           node mission
   67 MQ-9 Mods                                                        171,548         146,648         -24,900
          Restoring acquisition accountability: GCS block 30    ..............  ..............         -24,900
           upgrades excess to need
   70 Initial Spares/Repair Parts                                      956,408         778,508        -177,900
          Improving funds management: KC-46A spares excess to   ..............  ..............        -133,000
           requirement
          Improving funds management: F-15 spares excess to     ..............  ..............         -29,500
           requirement
          Improving funds management: E-3 spares excess to      ..............  ..............         -15,400
           requirement
   81 F-16                                                              11,718           4,518          -7,200
          Improving funds management: Funds excess to need      ..............  ..............          -7,200
   89 Other Production Charges                                       1,502,386       1,335,586        -166,800
          Classified adjustment                                 ..............  ..............        -166,800
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    Light Attack Aircraft.--The Committee understands that the 
Air Force is pursuing a new light attack aircraft using a rapid 
prototyping acquisition strategy in order to procure a low-cost 
aircraft that provides close air support capability in 
permissive threat environments, build capability among allies 
and international partnerships, and reduce operational tempo on 
more expensive fourth and fifth generation fighter aircraft. 
While the Committee is supportive of these efforts, it is 
disappointed that the Air Force has relied on additional 
funding provided by Congress in order to facilitate the ongoing 
experiment. The Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2018, 
provided $100,000,000 to continue the experimentation program. 
However, the Air Force did not request any funding in the 
fiscal year 2019 President's budget request, while programming 
$2,469,000,000 for procurement of light attack aircraft in 
fiscal years 2020 through 2024.
    As Air Force leadership has continually stressed the 
importance of rapid procurement and fielding of this new 
capability, the Committee recommends $300,000,000 for 
procurement of light attack aircraft and long lead materials. 
The Committee expects timely and complete communication from 
the Air Force on prototyping and experimentation activities. 
Accordingly, the Committee directs the Secretary of the Air 
Force, or her designee, to brief the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees not fewer than 30 days prior to 
obligation of light attack procurement funding. This brief 
should clearly define objectives and requirements, transition 
plans, technology and manufacturing readiness levels, test 
activities, costs, schedules, and performance metrics. It 
should also include an acquisition strategy for the light 
attack program along with an execution plan for the fiscal year 
2019 procurement funding.
    C-135B Aircraft.--The fiscal year 2019 budget request 
includes $222,176,000 for two replacement aircraft for the OC-
135Bs currently performing unarmed observation flights over 
signatory nations to the Open Skies Treaty. While the Committee 
recommends fully funding this request, it is dismayed at the 
lack of justification materials, including an acquisition 
strategy, that were provided to the Committee. The Air Force is 
currently finalizing the detailed systems requirement document 
and is expected to finalize its acquisition strategy in August 
2018. The Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force to 
provide a report to the congressional defense committees not 
fewer than 30 days prior to the obligation of C-135B 
procurement funding that details the acquisition strategy, 
approved requirements, schedule, and cost estimates associated 
with these new aircraft.
    Transfer of HC-130H Aircraft.--The Committee recognizes 
that the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
2014 requirement for the Air Force to modify seven HC-130s to 
facilitate transfer from the U.S. Coast Guard to the U.S. 
Forest Service for wildfire suppression operations is 
predicated on a requirement that may no longer be valid. 
Funding provided for these modifications is currently being 
held by the Air Force pending an updated requirement validation 
from the U.S. Forest Service. The Committee strongly encourages 
the Secretary of the Air Force to notify the congressional 
defense committees before any prior year funds are obligated 
for this purpose.

                     Missile Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $2,207,747,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   2,669,454,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,614,954,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,614,954,000. This is $54,500,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE
 
     BALLISTIC MISSILES
 
     MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT--BALLISTIC
   1 MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQ-BALLISTIC                   ..............          36,786  ..............          18,066  ..............         -18,720
 
     OTHER MISSILES
 
     TACTICAL
   2 JOINT AIR-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE [JASSM]                    312         430,708             312         541,228  ..............        +110,520
   3 LONG RANGE ANTI-SHIP MISSILE (LRASM)                           12          44,185              15          54,385              +3         +10,200
   4 SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X)                                           256         121,253             256         121,253  ..............  ..............
   5 AMRAAM                                                        220         337,886             220         337,886  ..............  ..............
   6 PREDATOR HELLFIRE MISSILE                                   1,338         113,765           1,338          33,765  ..............         -80,000
   7 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB                                         2,917         105,034           2,917          35,034  ..............         -70,000
   8 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB II                                        510         100,861             510         100,861  ..............  ..............
 
     INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
   9 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS/POLLUTION PREVENTION       ..............             787  ..............             787  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                        ..............       1,254,479  ..............       1,225,199  ..............         -29,280
 
     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES
 
     CLASS IV
  10 ICBM FUZE MOD                                      ..............          15,767  ..............          15,767  ..............  ..............
  11 ICBM FUZE MOD (CAP-CY)                             ..............           4,100  ..............           4,100  ..............  ..............
  12 MM III MODIFICATIONS                               ..............         129,199  ..............         127,699  ..............          -1,500
  13 AGM-65D MAVERICK                                   ..............             288  ..............             288  ..............  ..............
  14 AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE                          ..............          47,632  ..............          47,632  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES    ..............         196,986  ..............         195,486  ..............          -1,500
 
     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  16 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                        ..............          97,481  ..............          97,481  ..............  ..............
 
     SPECIAL PROGRAMS
  18 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS                            ..............         188,539  ..............         183,539  ..............          -5,000
      CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                               ..............         895,183  ..............         895,183  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPECIAL PROGRAMS                      ..............       1,083,722  ..............       1,078,722  ..............          -5,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE        ..............       2,669,454  ..............       2,614,954  ..............         -54,500
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 Missile Replacement Eq-Ballistic                                  36,786          18,066         -18,720
          Restoring acquisition accountability: TERP schedule   ..............  ..............         -18,720
           adjustments
    2 Joint Air-Surface Standoff Missile                               430,708         541,228        +110,520
          Improving funds management: Forward financing         ..............  ..............         -14,480
           support costs
          Program increase                                      ..............  ..............        +125,000
    3 LRASM                                                             44,185          54,385         +10,200
          Program increase: Restore reduction                   ..............  ..............         +10,200
    6 Predator Hellfire Missile                                        113,765          33,765         -80,000
          Improving funds management: Munitions funded in       ..............  ..............         -50,000
           Public Law 115-141
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover      ..............  ..............         -30,000
    7 Small Diameter Bomb                                              105,034          35,034         -70,000
          Improving funds management: Munitions funded in       ..............  ..............         -50,000
           Public Law 115-141
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover      ..............  ..............         -20,000
   12 MM III Modifications                                             129,199         127,699          -1,500
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified program   ..............  ..............          -1,500
           management growth
   18 Special Update Programs                                          188,539         183,539          -5,000
          Classified adjustment                                 ..............  ..............          -5,000
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                      Space Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $3,552,175,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   2,527,542,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,224,142,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,224,142,000. This is $303,400,000 below the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                SPACE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE
 
     SPACE PROGRAMS
   1 ADVANCED EHF                                       ..............          29,829  ..............          29,829  ..............  ..............
   2 AF SATELLITE COMM SYSTEM                           ..............          35,400  ..............          40,400  ..............          +5,000
   3 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS                               ..............           1,121  ..............           1,121  ..............  ..............
   4 FAMILY OF BEYOND LINE-OF-SIGHT TERMINALS           ..............          27,867  ..............          27,867  ..............  ..............
   5 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES                      ..............          61,606  ..............          12,106  ..............         -49,500
   6 GENERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY--SPACE              ..............           3,425  ..............           3,425  ..............  ..............
   7 GPS III SPACE SEGMENT                              ..............          69,386  ..............          69,386  ..............  ..............
   8 GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)                         ..............           2,181  ..............           2,181  ..............  ..............
   9 INTEG BROADCAST SERV                               ..............          16,445  ..............          16,445  ..............  ..............
  10 SPACEBORNE EQUIP (COMSEC)                          ..............          31,895  ..............          31,895  ..............  ..............
  12 MILSATCOM TERMINALS                                ..............          11,265  ..............          11,265  ..............  ..............
  13 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEH CAPABILITY           ..............         709,981  ..............         615,081  ..............         -94,900
  14 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEH (SPACE)                           5         994,555               4         830,555              -1        -164,000
  15 SBIR HIGH (SPACE)                                  ..............         138,397  ..............         138,397  ..............  ..............
  17 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM SPACE                       ..............           7,705  ..............           7,705  ..............  ..............
  18 ROCKET SYSTEM LAUNCH PROGRAM                       ..............          47,609  ..............          47,609  ..............  ..............
  19 SPACE FENCE                                        ..............          51,361  ..............          51,361  ..............  ..............
  20 SPACE MODS SPACE                                   ..............         148,065  ..............         148,065  ..............  ..............
  21 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE                       ..............         117,637  ..............         117,637  ..............  ..............
  22 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                        ..............          21,812  ..............          21,812  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPACE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE          ..............       2,527,542  ..............       2,224,142  ..............        -303,400
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    2 AF Satellite              35,400          40,400          +5,000
       Comm System
          Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
           increase:
           GPS cyber
           security
    5 Wideband                  61,606          12,106         -49,500
       Gapfiller
       Satellites
       (Space)
          Transfer to   ..............  ..............         -49,500
           RDAF line
           127:
           Pathfinder
           #5
   13 Evolved                  709,981         615,081         -94,900
       Expendable
       Launch
       Capability
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -44,900
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: STP-4
           launch
           early to
           need
          Improving     ..............  ..............         -50,000
           funds
           management:
           Historical
           underrun
   14 Evolved                  994,555         830,555        -164,000
       Expendable
       Launch Veh
       (Space)
          Restoring     ..............  ..............        -164,000
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: STP-4
           launch
           early to
           need
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $1,651,977,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   1,587,304,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,564,880,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,564,880,000. This is $22,424,000 below the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE
 
     PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE
   1 ROCKETS                                            ..............         345,911  ..............         344,911  ..............          -1,000
   2 CARTRIDGES                                         ..............         163,840  ..............         163,840  ..............  ..............
 
     BOMBS
   3 PRACTICE BOMBS                                     ..............          20,876  ..............          20,876  ..............  ..............
   4 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                              ..............         259,308  ..............         259,308  ..............  ..............
   5 MASSIVE ORDNANCE PENETRATOR (MOP)                  ..............          38,111  ..............          38,111  ..............  ..............
   6 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                                7,899         234,198           7,899         234,198  ..............  ..............
   7 B61                                                           250         109,292             250          99,492  ..............          -9,800
   8 B61                                                ..............          52,731  ..............          52,731  ..............  ..............
 
     FLARE, IR MJU-7B
   9 CAD/PAD                                            ..............          51,455  ..............          51,455  ..............  ..............
  10 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL [EOD]                  ..............           6,038  ..............           6,038  ..............  ..............
  11 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............             524  ..............             524  ..............  ..............
  12 MODIFICATIONS                                      ..............           1,270  ..............             847  ..............            -423
  13 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000                         ..............           4,604  ..............           3,070  ..............          -1,534
 
     FLARES/FUZES
  15 FLARES                                             ..............         125,286  ..............         125,286  ..............  ..............
  16 FUZES                                              ..............         109,358  ..............          99,691  ..............          -9,667
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE        ..............       1,522,802  ..............       1,500,378  ..............         -22,424
 
     WEAPONS
  17 SMALL ARMS                                         ..............          64,502  ..............          64,502  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE  ..............       1,587,304  ..............       1,564,880  ..............         -22,424
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 Rockets                  345,911         344,911          -1,000
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -1,000
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity:
           Hardware
           end item
           cost growth
           (2.75
           Warhead WP
           Smoke)
    7 B61                      109,292          99,492          -9,800
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -9,800
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity:
           Support
           cost growth
   12 Modifications              1,270             847            -423
          Insufficient  ..............  ..............            -423
           budget
           justificati
           on:
           Modificatio
           ns
   13 Items Less Than            4,604           3,070          -1,534
       $5,000,000
          Insufficient  ..............  ..............          -1,534
           budget
           justificati
           on: Items
           Less Than
           $5,000,000
   16 Fuzes                    109,358          99,691          -9,667
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -9,667
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: Unit
           cost
           discrepancy
           and support
           cost growth
           (FMU-139 D/
           B)
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Other Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $20,503,273,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  20,890,164,000
Committee recommendation................................  20,839,366,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$20,839,366,000. This is $50,798,000 below the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE
 
     VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT
 
     PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES
   1 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLE                         ..............           6,949  ..............           6,949  ..............  ..............
 
     CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES
   2 FAMILY MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE                     ..............          36,002  ..............          36,002  ..............  ..............
   3 CAP VEHICLES                                       ..............           1,022  ..............           1,700  ..............            +678
   4 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (CARGO AND UTILITY VEHICLES)   ..............          42,696  ..............          42,696  ..............  ..............
 
     SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES
   5 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE                       ..............          30,145  ..............          34,142  ..............          +3,997
   6 SECURITY AND TACTICAL VEHICLES                     ..............           1,230  ..............           1,230  ..............  ..............
   7 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES)     ..............          43,003  ..............          55,008  ..............         +12,005
 
     FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
   8 FIRE FIGHTING/CRASH RESCUE VEHICLES                ..............          23,328  ..............          32,708  ..............          +9,380
 
     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
   9 ITEMS LESS THAT $5M (MATERIALS HANDLING            ..............          11,537  ..............          21,125  ..............          +9,588
      EQUIPMENT)
 
     BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
  10 RUNWAY SNOW REMOVAL & CLEANING EQUIP               ..............          37,600  ..............          38,279  ..............            +679
 
     ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
  11  VEHICLES)                                         ..............         104,923  ..............         104,923  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT                   ..............         338,435  ..............         374,762  ..............         +36,327
 
     ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
 
     COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT(COMSEC)
  12 COMSEC EQUIPMENT                                   ..............         114,372  ..............         118,972  ..............          +4,600
 
     INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS
  13 INTERNATIONAL INTEL TECH AND ARCHITECTURES         ..............           8,290  ..............           8,290  ..............  ..............
  14 INTELLIGENCE TRAINING EQUIPMENT                    ..............           2,099  ..............           2,099  ..............  ..............
  15 INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP                            ..............          37,415  ..............          37,415  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS
  16 TRAFFIC CONTROL/LANDING                            ..............          57,937  ..............          42,937  ..............         -15,000
  18 BATTLE CONTROL SYSTEM--FIXED                       ..............           3,012  ..............           3,012  ..............  ..............
  19 THEATER AIR CONTROL SYS IMPRO                      ..............          19,989  ..............          19,989  ..............  ..............
  20 WEATHER OBSERVATION FORECAST                       ..............          45,020  ..............          52,520  ..............          +7,500
  21 STRATEGIC COMMAND AND CONTROL                      ..............          32,836  ..............          32,836  ..............  ..............
  22 CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX                          ..............          12,454  ..............          12,454  ..............  ..............
  23 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                           ..............          14,263  ..............          14,263  ..............  ..............
  25 INTEGRATED STRAT PLAN AND ANALY NETWORK (ISPAN)    ..............           7,769  ..............           7,769  ..............  ..............
 
     SPECIAL COMM-ELECTRONICS PROJECTS
  26 GENERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                     ..............          40,450  ..............          40,450  ..............  ..............
  27 AF GLOBAL COMMAND & CONTROL SYSTEM                 ..............           6,619  ..............           6,619  ..............  ..............
  28 MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL                       ..............          10,192  ..............          10,192  ..............  ..............
  29 AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEM                 ..............         159,313  ..............          47,115  ..............        -112,198
  30 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                             ..............         132,675  ..............         236,175  ..............        +103,500
  31 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMM N                 ..............         140,875  ..............         140,875  ..............  ..............
  32 WIDE AREA SURVEILLANCE (WAS)                       ..............          92,104  ..............          92,104  ..............  ..............
  33 C3 COUNTERMEASURES                                 ..............          45,152  ..............          45,152  ..............  ..............
  34 GCSS-AF FOS                                        ..............             483  ..............             483  ..............  ..............
  35 DEFENSE ENTERPRISE ACCOUNTING AND MGMT             ..............             802  ..............             802  ..............  ..............
  36 MAINTENANCE REPAIR AND OVERHAUL INITIATIVE         ..............          12,207  ..............          12,207  ..............  ..............
  37 THEATER BATTLE MGT C2 SYS                          ..............           7,644  ..............           7,644  ..............  ..............
  38 AIR AND SPACE OPERATIONS CTR-WPN SYSTEM            ..............          40,066  ..............          40,066  ..............  ..............
 
     AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS
  41 INFORMATION TRANSPORT SYSTEMS                      ..............          22,357  ..............          22,357  ..............  ..............
  42 AFNET                                              ..............         102,836  ..............          76,836  ..............         -26,000
  43 JOINT COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT ELEMENT (JCSE)        ..............           3,145  ..............           3,145  ..............  ..............
  44 USCENTCOM                                          ..............          13,194  ..............          13,194  ..............  ..............
 
     ORGANIZATION AND BASE
  45 TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT                             ..............         161,231  ..............          87,531  ..............         -73,700
  47 RADIO EQUIPMENT                                    ..............          12,142  ..............          12,142  ..............  ..............
  48 CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT                         ..............           6,505  ..............           3,005  ..............          -3,500
  49 BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE                           ..............         169,404  ..............         169,404  ..............  ..............
 
     MODIFICATIONS
  50 COMM ELECT MODS                                    ..............          10,654  ..............          10,654  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS    ..............       1,545,506  ..............       1,430,708  ..............        -114,798
            EQUIP
 
     OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP
 
     PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP
  51 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000 (SAFETY)                ..............          51,906  ..............          51,906  ..............  ..............
 
     DEPOT PLANT + MATERIALS HANDLING EQ
  52 MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDLING                       ..............          88,298  ..............          88,298  ..............  ..............
 
     BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  53 BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT                            ..............          17,031  ..............          17,031  ..............  ..............
  54 ENGINEERING AND EOD EQUIPMENT                      ..............          82,635  ..............          82,635  ..............  ..............
  55 MOBILITY EQUIPMENT                                 ..............           9,549  ..............          20,877  ..............         +11,328
  56 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (BASE SUPPORT)                 ..............          24,005  ..............          29,005  ..............          +5,000
 
     SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS
  58 DARP RC135                                         ..............          26,262  ..............          26,262  ..............  ..............
  59 DISTRIBUTED GROUND SYSTEMS                         ..............         448,290  ..............         378,490  ..............         -69,800
  61 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM                             ..............         913,813  ..............         900,813  ..............         -13,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT    ..............       1,661,789  ..............       1,595,317  ..............         -66,472
            EQUIP
 
     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS
  63 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............          86,365  ..............          86,365  ..............  ..............
  64 UNDISTRIBUTED                                      ..............  ..............  ..............         -20,000  ..............         -20,000
      CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                               ..............      17,258,069  ..............      17,372,214  ..............        +114,145
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE          ..............      20,890,164  ..............      20,839,366  ..............         -50,798
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2019 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    3 Cap Vehicles               1,022           1,700            +678
          Program       ..............  ..............            +678
           increase:
           Civil air
           patrol--veh
           icles
    5 Joint Light               30,145          34,142          +3,997
       Tactical
       Vehicle
          Program       ..............  ..............          +3,997
           increase:
           Procurement
           of 7 DABs
           for
           INDOPACOM
    7 Special Purpose           43,003          55,008         +12,005
       Vehicles
          Program       ..............  ..............         +12,005
           increase:
           Procurement
           of 7 DABs
           for
           INDOPACOM
    8 Fire Fighting/            23,328          32,708          +9,380
       Crash Rescue
       Vehicles
          Program       ..............  ..............          +9,380
           increase:
           Procurement
           of 7 DABs
           for
           INDOPACOM
    9 Materials                 11,537          21,125          +9,588
       Handling
       Vehicles
          Program       ..............  ..............          +9,588
           increase:
           Procurement
           of 7 DABs
           for
           INDOPACOM
   10 Runway Snow               37,600          38,279            +679
       Remov And
       Cleaning Equ
          Program       ..............  ..............            +679
           increase:
           Procurement
           of 7 DABs
           for
           INDOPACOM
   12 Comsec Equipment         114,372         118,972          +4,600
          Program       ..............  ..............         +12,900
           increase:
           Missile
           electronic
           encryption
           device
          Maintain      ..............  ..............          -8,300
           Program
           Affordabili
           ty:
           Unjustified
           growth for
           COMSEC
           equipment
   16 Air Traffic               57,937          42,937         -15,000
       Control &
       Landing Sys
          Maintain      ..............  ..............         -15,000
           Program
           Affordabili
           ty: D-
           RAPCON
   20 Weather                   45,020          52,520          +7,500
       Observation
       Forecast
          Program       ..............  ..............          +7,500
           increase:
           Portable
           doppler
           radar
   29 Air Force                159,313          47,115        -112,198
       Physical
       Security System
          Program       ..............  ..............          +2,002
           increase:
           Procurement
           of 7 DABs
           for
           INDOPACOM
          Improving     ..............  ..............        -114,200
           Funds
           Management:
           JUON funded
           in Public
           Law 115-141
   30 Combat Training          132,675         236,175        +103,500
       Ranges
          Program       ..............  ..............         +40,000
           increase:
           ANG
           electronic
           warfare
           range
           requirement
           s--threat
           emitters
          Program       ..............  ..............         +63,500
           increase:
           Threat
           simulators
           and
           equipment
           to support
           F-35A
           beddown
   42 AFNET                    102,836          76,836         -26,000
          Improving     ..............  ..............         -26,000
           Funds
           Management:
           ARAD
           enterprise
           software
           funded in
           Public Law
           115-141
   45 Tactical C-E             161,231          87,531         -73,700
       Equipment
          Improving     ..............  ..............         -10,000
           Funds
           Management:
           Carryover
          Improving     ..............  ..............         -63,700
           Funds
           Management:
           Previously
           funded
           requirement
   48 CCTV/Audiovisual           6,505           3,005          -3,500
       Equipment
          Improving     ..............  ..............          -3,500
           Funds
           Management:
           Carryover
   55 Mobility                   9,549          20,877         +11,328
       Equipment
          Program       ..............  ..............         +11,328
           increase:
           Procurement
           of 7 DABs
           for
           INDOPACOM
   56 Base Maintenance          24,005          29,005          +5,000
       and Support
       Equipment
          Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
           increase:
           Precision
           approach
           radar
   59 DCGS-AF                  448,290         378,490         -69,800
          Improving     ..............  ..............         -69,800
           Funds
           Management:
           OA forward
           buys funded
           in Public
           Law 115-141
   61 Special Update           913,813         900,813         -13,000
       Program
          Classified    ..............  ..............         -13,000
           Adjustment
  999 Classified            17,258,069      17,372,214        +114,145
       Programs
          Classified    ..............  ..............        +114,145
           Adjustment
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources Energy Efficiency.--
The Committee notes that providing adequate living conditions 
ensures that deployed forces are more combat effective. 
Therefore, the Committee encourages the Secretary of the Air 
Force to leverage existing technologies, such as reusable and 
re-deployable insulation systems, in order to reduce logistics 
and sustainment costs associated with shelters in the Basic 
Expeditionary Airfield Resources [BEAR] program.

                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2018....................................  $5,429,270,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................   6,786,271,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,663,821,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$6,663,821,000. This is $122,450,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCAA
   1 MAJOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                ..............           2,542  ..............           2,542  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCMA
   2 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                    ..............           3,873  ..............           3,873  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DHRA
   3 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                           ..............          10,630  ..............          10,630  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA
   7 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY                       ..............          21,590  ..............          21,590  ..............  ..............
   8 TELEPORT PROGRAM                                   ..............          33,905  ..............          33,905  ..............  ..............
   9 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                ..............          27,886  ..............          24,071  ..............          -3,815
  10 NET CENTRIC ENTERPRISE SERVICES [NCES]             ..............           1,017  ..............           1,017  ..............  ..............
  11 DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS NETWORK                ..............         150,674  ..............         150,674  ..............  ..............
  13 WHITE HOUSE COMMUNICATION AGENCY                   ..............          94,610  ..............          94,610  ..............  ..............
  14 SENIOR LEADERSHIP ENTERPRISE                       ..............         197,246  ..............  ..............  ..............        -197,246
  16 JOINT REGIONAL SECURITY STACKS (JRSS)              ..............         140,338  ..............         140,338  ..............  ..............
  17 JOINT SERVICE PROVIDER                             ..............         107,182  ..............         100,442  ..............          -6,740
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA
  18 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                    ..............           5,225  ..............           5,225  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DMACT
  19 A--WEAPON SYSTEM COST                                           3          13,106               3          13,106  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODEA
  20 AUTOMATION/EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT & LOGISTICS         ..............           1,723  ..............             862  ..............            -861
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DSS
  21 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                    ..............           1,196  ..............             598  ..............            -598
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY
  23 VEHICLES                                           ..............             207  ..............             207  ..............  ..............
  24 OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT                              ..............           5,592  ..............           5,592  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, MDA
  26 THAAD SYSTEM                                                   82         874,068              82       1,014,068  ..............        +140,000
  27 GROUND BASED MIDCOURSE                                         14         409,000              14         450,000  ..............         +41,000
  28 GROUND BASED MIDCOURSE [AP-CY]                     ..............         115,000  ..............         115,000  ..............  ..............
  29 AEGIS BMD                                                      43         593,488              43         708,694  ..............        +115,206
  30 AEGIS BMD (AP)                                     ..............         115,206  ..............  ..............  ..............        -115,206
  31 BMDS AN/TPY-2 RADARS                               ..............          13,185  ..............          13,185  ..............  ..............
  32 ISRAELI PROGRAMS                                   ..............          80,000  ..............          80,000  ..............  ..............
  33 SHORT RANGE BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE (SRBMD)      ..............          50,000  ..............          50,000  ..............  ..............
  34 AEGIS ASHORE PHASE III                             ..............          15,000  ..............          35,000  ..............         +20,000
  35 IRON DOME SYSTEM                                   ..............          70,000  ..............          70,000  ..............  ..............
  36 AEGIS BMD HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE                                28          97,057              28          97,057  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NSA
  42 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM [ISSP]        ..............           5,403  ..............          30,703  ..............         +25,300
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD
  43 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD                               ..............          35,295  ..............          35,295  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS
  44 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS                               ..............           4,360  ..............           4,360  ..............  ..............
  45 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS-CE2T2                         ..............             904  ..............             904  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS
  46 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS                               ..............             497  ..............             497  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MAJOR EQUIPMENT                       ..............       3,297,005  ..............       3,314,045  ..............         +17,040
 
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND
 
     AVIATION PROGRAMS
  50 SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES AND SUSTAINMENT           ..............         148,351  ..............         139,612  ..............          -8,739
  51 UNMANNED ISR                                       ..............          57,708  ..............          57,708  ..............  ..............
  52 NON-STANDARD AVIATION                              ..............          18,731  ..............          18,731  ..............  ..............
  53 SOF U-28                                           ..............          32,301  ..............          32,301  ..............  ..............
  54 MH-47 CHINOOK                                      ..............         131,033  ..............         131,033  ..............  ..............
  55 CV-22 SOF MODIFICATION                             ..............          32,529  ..............          32,529  ..............  ..............
  56 MQ-9
     UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE                            ..............          24,621  ..............          24,621  ..............  ..............
  57 PRECISION STRIKE PACKAGE                           ..............         226,965  ..............         226,965  ..............  ..............
  58 AC/MC-130J                                         ..............         165,813  ..............         155,681  ..............         -10,132
  59 C-130 MODIFICATIONS                                ..............          80,274  ..............          80,274  ..............  ..............
 
     SHIPBUILDING
  60 UNDERWATER SYSTEMS                                 ..............         136,723  ..............         123,071  ..............         -13,652
 
     AMMUNITION PROGRAMS
  61 SOF ORDNANCE ITEMS UNDER $5,000,000                ..............         357,742  ..............         325,042  ..............         -32,700
 
     OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS
  62 SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS                           ..............          85,699  ..............          85,699  ..............  ..............
  63 DCGS-SOF                                           ..............          17,863  ..............          17,863  ..............  ..............
  64 OTHER ITEMS UNDER $5,000,000                       ..............         112,117  ..............         106,250  ..............          -5,867
  65 SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS                        ..............           7,313  ..............          15,913  ..............          +8,600
  66 SPECIAL PROGRAMS                                   ..............          14,026  ..............          14,026  ..............  ..............
  67 TACTICAL VEHICLES                                  ..............          88,608  ..............          85,608  ..............          -3,000
  68 WARRIOR SYSTEMS UNDER $5,000,000                   ..............         438,590  ..............         415,590  ..............         -23,000
  69 COMBAT MISSION REQUIREMENTS                        ..............          19,408  ..............          19,408  ..............  ..............
  70 SOF GLOBAL VIDEO SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES           ..............           6,281  ..............           6,281  ..............  ..............
  71 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS INTELLIGENCE          ..............          18,509  ..............          18,509  ..............  ..............
  73 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                       ..............         367,433  ..............         332,333  ..............         -35,100
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND            ..............       2,588,638  ..............       2,465,048  ..............        -123,590
 
     CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
  76 CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL SITUATIONAL AWARENESS          ..............         166,418  ..............         161,918  ..............          -4,500
  77 CB PROTECTION AND HAZARD MITIGATION                ..............         144,519  ..............         142,519  ..............          -2,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE           ..............         310,937  ..............         304,437  ..............          -6,500
 
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............         589,691  ..............         580,291  ..............          -9,400
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE             ..............       6,786,271  ..............       6,663,821  ..............        -122,450
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2019 budget       Committee       Change from
Line                            Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   9 Items Less Than $5 Million                                       27,886           24,071           -3,815
         Maintain program affordability: Unjustified growth  ...............  ...............           -3,815
  14 Senior Leadership Enterprise                                    197,246  ...............         -197,246
         Insufficient budget justification: Lack of          ...............  ...............         -197,246
          supporting justification
  16 Joint Service Provider                                          107,182          100,442           -6,740
         Maintain program affordability: Unjustified growth  ...............  ...............           -6,740
          in end user services
  20 Automation/Educational Support & Logistics                        1,723              862             -861
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover    ...............  ...............             -861
  21 Major Equipment                                                   1,196              598             -598
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover    ...............  ...............             -598
  26 THAAD                                                           874,068        1,014,068         +140,000
         Program increase: THAAD interceptors                ...............  ...............         +140,000
  27 Ground Based Midcourse                                          409,000          450,000          +41,000
         Transfer: Transfer funding for missile field        ...............  ...............          +41,000
          components from Research, Development, Test and
          Evaluation, Defense-wide, line 73 for proper
          execution: Transfer requested by Missile Defense
          Agency
  29 Aegis BMD                                                       593,488          708,694         +115,206
         Transfer: Transfer from line 30 for additional SM-  ...............  ...............         +115,206
          3 Block IIA interceptors
  30 Aegis BMD [AP-CY]                                               115,206  ...............         -115,206
         Restoring acquisition accountability: Lack of       ...............  ...............         -115,206
          justification--transfer to line 29 for additional
          SM-3 Block IIA interceptors
  34 Aegis Ashore Phase III                                           15,000           35,000          +20,000
         Program increase: AEGIS Ashore Poland               ...............  ...............          +20,000
  42 Information Systems Security Program [ISSP]                       5,403           30,703          +25,300
         Program increase: Sharkseer                         ...............  ...............          +25,300
  50 Rotary Wing Upgrades and Sustainment                            148,351          139,612           -8,739
         Maintain program affordability: MPU unjustified     ...............  ...............           -6,914
          request
         Restoring acquisition accountability: NGEN FLIR     ...............  ...............           -1,825
          delays
  58 AC/MC-130J                                                      165,813          155,681          -10,132
         Improving funds management: RFCM ICS carryover      ...............  ...............           -2,132
         Maintain program affordability: MC-130J SMS         ...............  ...............           -8,000
          unjustified growth
  60 Underwater Systems                                              136,723          123,071          -13,652
         Restoring acquisition accountability: DCS           ...............  ...............          -13,652
          components ahead of need
  61 Ordnance Items <$5M                                             357,742          325,042          -32,700
         Restoring acquisition accountability: SOPGM unit    ...............  ...............          -25,000
          cost adjustments
         Restoring acquisition accountability: 30MM and      ...............  ...............           -7,700
          105MM unit cost adjustments
  64 Other Items <$5M                                                112,117          106,250           -5,867
         Restoring acquisition accountability: MMP-M ahead   ...............  ...............           -5,867
          of need
  65 Combatant Craft Systems                                           7,313           15,913           +8,600
         Program increase: Combatant craft                   ...............  ...............           +8,600
  67 Tactical Vehicles                                                88,608           85,608           -3,000
         Improving funds management: Requirements funded in  ...............  ...............           -3,000
          Public Law 115-141
  68 Warrior Systems <$5M                                            438,590          415,590          -23,000
         Improving funds management: Requirements funded in  ...............  ...............          -23,000
          Public Law 115-141
  73 Operational Enhancements                                        367,433          332,333          -35,100
         Improving funds management: Requirements funded in  ...............  ...............          -35,100
          Public Law 115-141
  74 Chemical Biological Situational Awareness                       166,418          161,918           -4,500
         Maintain program affordability: Unjustified growth  ...............  ...............           -7,500
         Program increase: CBRN dismounted reconnaissance    ...............  ...............           +3,000
          system
  75 CB Protection & Hazard Mitigation                               144,519          142,519           -2,000
         Maintain program affordability: Unjustified growth  ...............  ...............           -3,000
         Program increase: DFoS CIDAS                        ...............  ...............           +1,000
 999 Classified Programs                                             589,691          580,291           -9,400
         Classified adjustment                               ...............  ...............           -9,400
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    Chemical Biological Protective Shelter [CBPS].--The 
Committee recognizes the need for a highly mobile, self-
contained collective protection system that can provide a 
contamination free working area for Echelon I and II medical 
treatment facilities and other selected units. CBPS satisfies 
that requirement and consists of a self-contained and self-
powered shelter that is modularized and integrated into a 
service selected prime-mover. Therefore, the Committee supports 
the fiscal year 2019 President's budget request of $17,673,000 
for the CBPS program.

                  National Guard and Reserve Equipment

Appropriations, 2018...................................\1\$1,300,000,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................................
Committee recommendation................................     900,000,000

\1\Provided in Public Law 115-141, title IX.

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $900,000,000. 
This is $900,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    The appropriation includes direction for the component 
commanders of the Army Reserve, Marine Forces Reserve, Air 
Force Reserve, Army National Guard and Air National Guard to 
submit to the congressional defense committees a detailed 
assessment of their component's modernization priorities, not 
later than 30 days after enactment of this act.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table details the program recommended by the 
Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT
 
RESERVE EQUIPMENT:
    ARMY RESERVE:
        Program increase: Miscellaneous equipment...............  ..............         124,500        +124,500
 
    NAVY RESERVE:
        Program increase: Miscellaneous equipment...............  ..............          45,000         +45,000
 
    MARINE CORPS RESERVE:
        Program increase: Miscellaneous equipment...............  ..............           9,000          +9,000
 
    AIR FORCE RESERVE:
        Program increase: Miscellaneous equipment...............  ..............         138,500        +138,500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, RESERVE EQUIPMENT..................................  ..............         317,000        +317,000
                                                                 ===============================================
NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT:
    ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
        Program increase: Miscellaneous equipment...............  ..............         291,500        +291,500
 
    AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
        Program increase: Miscellaneous equipment...............  ..............         291,500        +291,500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT...........................  ..............         583,000        +583,000
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT...............  ..............         900,000        +900,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    High-Priority Items.--The Committee directs that the 
National Guard and Reserve Equipment account shall be executed 
by the Chiefs of the National Guard and reserve components with 
priority consideration given to the following items: Acoustic 
Hailing Devices, Arctic Sustainment Package, Cold Weather and 
Mountaineering Gear and Equipment, Commercial Off-the-Shelf 
Simulation Devices, Detect and Avoid Systems for MQ-9 Aircraft, 
Digital Radar Warning Receivers for F-16s, MQ-9 Deployable 
Launch & Recovery Element Mission Support Kits, Radiac Sets, 
and Small Unit Support Vehicles.
    Commercial Off-the-Shelf Simulation Devices.--The Committee 
commends the Army National Guard for its innovative approach to 
acquiring commercial off-the-shelf simulation devices. 
Utilizing COTS training devices enables the Guard to provide 
high quality, timely simulation training at an affordable cost. 
The Committee encourages the Guard to continue utilizing COTS 
simulation training devices and to consider a service and 
support business model for simulation training in order to 
maximize the benefits of modern, realistic training scenarios.

                    Defense Production Act Purchases

Appropriations, 2018....................................     $67,401,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................      38,578,000
Committee recommendation................................      38,578,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $38,578,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2019 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES
 
   1 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES                   ..............          38,578  ..............          38,578  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES      ..............          38,578  ..............          38,578  ..............  ..............
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    Defense Production Act.--The fiscal year 2019 budget 
request includes $38,578,000 for the Defense Production Act 
[DPA] Fund. For the second consecutive year, the Committee 
supports the DPA Fund budget request but does not provide 
additional funding. The Committee remains supportive of DPA's 
unique mission to address single points of failure in supply 
chains, support emerging technology, expand Defense-centric 
companies into commercial sectors, and improve the 
manufacturing capacity of companies when there are few market 
incentives. However, the Committee is concerned with the 
management of the DPA Fund. Despite recent Congressional adds 
to the DPA Fund, the Committee notes the gradual decrease of 
debits to the DPA Fund for projects since fiscal year 2015. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
report to the congressional defense committees not later than 
30 days after enactment of this act on the management of the 
DPA Fund, to include an update on the status and plan to 
accelerate the execution of funds, the way forward on the 
Executive Agent issue, and explanations on the differences 
between the projects requested in the budget request and 
subsequent funding profiles provided during the year of 
execution.

                  Joint Urgent Operational Needs Fund

Appropriations, 2018....................................................
Budget estimate, 2019...................................    $100,025,000
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee recommends no funding for the Joint Urgent 
Operational Needs Fund.

                                TITLE IV

               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to conduct a program of research, development, test 
and evaluation, including research in basic science, applied 
research, advanced technology development, demonstration and 
validation, engineering and manufacturing development, and 
operational systems development.
    The President's fiscal year 2019 budget requests a total of 
$91,056,950,000 for research, development, test and evaluation 
appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations totaling $95,131,819,000 for fiscal 
year 2019. This is $4,074,869,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations for fiscal year 2019 are summarized 
below:

                      SUMMARY OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army............      10,159,379      10,812,458        +653,079
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy............      18,481,666      18,992,064        +510,398
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force.......      40,178,343      40,896,667        +718,324
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide....      22,016,553      24,049,621      +2,033,068
    Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense....................         221,009         381,009        +160,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      91,056,950      95,131,819      +4,074,869
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

            REPROGRAMMING GUIDANCE FOR ACQUISITION ACCOUNTS

    The Secretary of Defense is directed to continue to follow 
the reprogramming guidance as specified in the report 
accompanying the House version of the Department of Defense 
appropriations bill for fiscal year 2008 (House Report 110-
279). Specifically, the dollar threshold for reprogramming 
funds will remain at $20,000,000 for procurement and 
$10,000,000 for research, development, test and evaluation.
    Also, the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) is 
directed to continue to provide the congressional defense 
committees quarterly, spreadsheet-based DD Form 1416 reports 
for service and defense-wide accounts in titles III and IV of 
this act. Reports for titles III and IV shall comply with 
guidance specified in the explanatory statement accompanying 
the Department of Defense Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 
2006. The Department shall continue to follow the limitation 
that prior approval reprogrammings are set at either the 
specified dollar threshold or 20 percent of the procurement or 
research, development, test and evaluation line, whichever is 
less. These thresholds are cumulative from the base for 
reprogramming value as modified by any adjustments. Therefore, 
if the combined value of transfers into or out of a procurement 
(P-1), or a research, development, test and evaluation (R-1) 
line exceeds the identified threshold, the Secretary of Defense 
must submit a prior approval reprogramming to the congressional 
defense committees. In addition, guidelines on the application 
of prior approval reprogramming procedures for congressional 
special interest items are established elsewhere in this 
report.

                           FUNDING INCREASES

    The funding increases outlined in the tables for each 
appropriation account shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the tables.

   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS

    Items for which additional funds have been recommended or 
items for which funding is specifically reduced as shown in the 
tables detailing Committee recommended adjustments or in 
paragraphs using the phrase ``only for'' or ``only to'' are 
congressional special interest items for the purpose of the 
Base for Reprogramming [DD Form 1414]. Each of these items must 
be carried on the DD Form 1414 at the stated amount, as 
specifically addressed in elsewhere in this report.

          RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION OVERVIEW

    Basic Research.--The Committee understands that basic 
research is the foundation for Department of Defense innovation 
and future technologies. As the Under Secretary of Defense 
(Research and Engineering) recently testified before the 
Committee: ``The Department of Defense has the third largest 
investment among Federal agencies in basic research at U.S. 
universities, who have, through years of continued investments, 
been the source of many of today's transformational 
technologies. Traditionally, the Department has viewed the role 
of universities as producing the research innovation, the 
Department of Defense labs as the mechanism to nurture these 
findings and to render them defense-applicable, and the defense 
industrial base to integrate these new technologies into 
acquisition programs.'' Accordingly, the Committee recommends a 
total basic research investment of $2,798,456,000, an increase 
of $529,280,000 above the fiscal year 2019 budget request. This 
includes an additional $125,000,000 in Research, Development, 
Test and Evaluation, Army; $125,000,000 in Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy; $125,000,000 in 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force; and 
$100,000,000 in Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, 
Defense-Wide.
    Directed Energy.--The 2018 National Defense Strategy 
describes a changing security environment due to rapid 
technological advancements and the changing character of war. 
The Committee understands that directed energy, a family of 
emerging non-kinetic capabilities, will play a key role in 
shaping the air, maritime, and ground battlefield environments. 
The Committee has been supportive of the Department's directed 
energy activities to date to ensure that these capabilities are 
an operational advantage for the U.S. military. The Committee 
supports additional investments to further develop directed 
energy technology and transition these activities to both 
offensive and defensive capabilities in the future. As a 
result, the Committee recommends an additional $316,500,000 
above the President's budget request for directed energy 
activities. Specifically, the Committee recommends an 
additional $150,000,000 for Air Force prototyping activities to 
support the application of directed energy technology for air 
base air defense, precision attack, and aircraft self-
protection. These investments are intended to support the Air 
Force Directed Energy Weapon Flight Plan and the continued 
development of high energy lasers and high-power microwave 
weapons. Additional investments to advance the development of 
directed energy capabilities by the Missile Defense Agency are 
addressed separately.
    Hypersonics.--The 2018 National Defense Strategy identifies 
hypersonics as a key technology to ensure that the United 
States maintains its technology superiority and ability to 
fight and win the wars in the future. The fiscal year 2019 
President's budget request invests in both offensive and 
defensive hypersonics capabilities. The Committee understands 
that the Department of Defense is accelerating existing efforts 
in hypersonics to counter the progress made by near peer 
threats. To support and accelerate several of the Department's 
current activities, the Committee recommends an increase of 
$928,600,000 over the President's budget request to support 
hypersonics research and prototyping efforts. Specifically, the 
Committee recommends an additional $345,000,000 for the Office 
of the Secretary of Defense to accelerate prompt global strike 
capability development as well as an additional $50,000,000 for 
the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop 
offensive hypersonic weapons. Further, the recommendation 
includes an additional $300,000,000 to support the Air Force's 
decision to accelerate prototyping efforts for the air launched 
rapid response weapon and hypersonic conventional strike 
weapon. Finally, the Committee recommends an additional 
$113,000,000 for the Navy and the Strategic Capabilities Office 
to design, fabricate, and test an advanced rail gun mount and 
continue development of associated hypervelocity projectile. 
Additional investments to advance the development of hypersonic 
capabilities by the Missile Defense Agency are addressed 
separately.
    Department of Defense Test and Evaluation Infrastructure.--
The 2018 National Defense Strategy addresses the increasingly 
complex global threat environment driven in part by rapid 
technological advancements. The fiscal year 2019 President's 
budget request proposes investments in several programs that 
support a more capable and lethal force to prepare for this 
threat environment, including directed energy, hypersonics, 
advanced computing, big data analytics, artificial 
intelligence, autonomy, and robotics programs; the Committee 
recommends targeted increases in these high priority areas to 
further accelerate U.S. technological innovation.
    The Committee believes that concurrent with investments in 
leap-ahead technological advancements, an investment in the 
Department of Defense test and evaluation infrastructure is 
required to increase testing range space and availability and 
to ensure continued independent and objective assessments of 
weapon system capabilities. Therefore, after consultation with 
the Under Secretary of Defense (Research and Engineering) and 
Director, Operational Test and Evaluation, the Committee 
recommends an increase of $846,000,000 above the President's 
budget request for the Army, Navy, Air Force and Office, 
Director, Operational Test and Evaluation to modernize the 
Department of Defense test and evaluation infrastructure in 
areas such as hypersonics, directed energy, augmented 
intelligence, machine learning and robotics.
    The Committee directs the Under Secretary of Defense 
(Research and Engineering), in conjunction with the Director, 
Operational Test and Evaluation, and the Secretaries of the 
Army, Navy and Air Force, to conduct an in-depth assessment of 
the Department of Defense test and evaluation infrastructure 
and to identify improvements required to address future 
warfighting capabilities. The assessment shall be provided to 
the congressional defense committees not later than with the 
submission of the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request 
and shall include proposed coordinated investments by 
warfighting area in priority order and with associated cost 
estimates.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $10,647,426,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  10,159,379,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,812,458,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,812,458,000. This is $653,079,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, ARMY
 
     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                           11,585          11,585  ..............
   2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         276,912         377,912        +101,000
   3 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                    65,283          65,283  ..............
   4 UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS                           92,115         127,865         +35,750
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       445,895         582,645        +136,750
 
     APPLIED RESEARCH
   5 MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY                                               28,600          58,600         +30,000
   6 SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC SURVIVABILITY                               32,366          85,866         +53,500
   7 TRACTOR HIP                                                         8,674           8,674  ..............
   8 TRACTOR JACK                                                          400             400  ..............
   9 AVIATION TECHNOLOGY                                                64,847          76,847         +12,000
  10 ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                      25,571          25,571  ..............
  11 MISSILE TECHNOLOGY                                                 50,183          75,183         +25,000
  12 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                        29,502          34,502          +5,000
  13 ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND SIMULATION                                   28,500          28,500  ..............
  14 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                           70,450          95,450         +25,000
  15 BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY                                              75,541          75,541  ..............
  16 CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND EQUIPMENT DEFEATING TECHNOLOGY                  5,032           5,032  ..............
  17 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                   12,394          12,394  ..............
  18 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY                                   40,444          65,944         +25,500
  19 ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES                                 58,283          83,283         +25,000
  20 NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY                                            29,582          29,582  ..............
  21 COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS                                                21,244          27,244          +6,000
  22 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                               24,131          26,631          +2,500
  23 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                                   13,242          21,242          +8,000
  24 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                        55,003          55,003  ..............
  25 COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY                                   14,958          14,958  ..............
  26 MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                    78,159          98,159         +20,000
  27 MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/TRAINING TECHNOLOGY                             21,862          21,862  ..............
  28 WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY                                              40,566          49,566          +9,000
  29 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                                 90,075          90,075  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     919,609       1,166,109        +246,500
 
     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  30 WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                     39,338          39,338  ..............
  31 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                        62,496          70,496          +8,000
  32 AVIATION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                      124,958         133,958          +9,000
  33 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                         102,686         244,503        +141,817
  34 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                 119,739         166,239         +46,500
  35 SPACE APPLICATION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                              13,000          51,000         +38,000
  36 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                8,044           8,044  ..............
  37 TRACTOR HIKE                                                       22,631          22,631  ..............
  38 NEXT GENERATION TRAINING & SIMULATION SYSTEMS                      25,682          25,682  ..............
  40 COMBATING TERRORISM, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                         3,762          36,762         +33,000
  41 TRACTOR NAIL                                                        4,896           4,896  ..............
  42 TRACTOR EGGS                                                        6,041           6,041  ..............
  43 ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                      31,491          41,491         +10,000
  44 MISSILE AND ROCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                             61,132          86,132         +25,000
  45 TRACTOR CAGE                                                       16,845          16,845  ..............
  46 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                  183,322         218,322         +35,000
  47 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                   11,104          17,104          +6,000
  48 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                    5,885          22,805         +16,920
  49 NIGHT VISION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                   61,376          61,376  ..............
  50 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                     9,136          29,136         +20,000
  51 MILITARY ENGINEERING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                           25,864          95,464         +69,600
  52 ADVANCED TACTICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE & SENSOR TECHNOLOGY             34,883          43,883          +9,000
  53 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY               52,387          52,387  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    1,026,698       1,494,535        +467,837
 
     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
  54 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                           10,777          55,477         +44,700
  56 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                        42,802          49,602          +6,800
  57 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER--ADV DEV                              45,254          45,254  ..............
  58 SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS-ADV DEV                  22,700          22,700  ..............
  59 TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION                                 41,974          41,974  ..............
  60 ARMORED SYSTEM MODERNIZATION--ADV DEV                             119,395          63,585         -55,810
  61 SOLDIER SUPPORT AND SURVIVABILITY                                   8,746           8,746  ..............
  62 TACTICAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM--AD                        35,667          35,667  ..............
  63 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                           7,350           7,350  ..............
  64 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                                   14,749          14,749  ..............
  65 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                       3,687           3,687  ..............
  66 AVIATION--ADV DEV                                                  10,793          86,193         +75,400
  67 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ADV DEV                          14,248          17,248          +3,000
  68 MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV                                           34,284          37,284          +3,000
  69 SOLDIER SYSTEMS--ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                              18,044          18,044  ..............
  70 ROBOTICS DEVELOPMENT                                               95,660          72,260         -23,400
  71 CROSS FUNCTIONAL TEAM (CFT) ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                   38,000          25,000         -13,000
  72 ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVES                                            9,765           9,765  ..............
  73 FUTURE TACTICAL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM (FTUAS)                   12,393          12,393  ..............
  74 LOWER TIER AIR MISSILE DEFENSE (LTAMID) SENSOR                    120,374          87,874         -32,500
  75 TECHNOLOGY MATURATION INITIATIVES                                  95,347          95,347  ..............
  76 MANEUVER--SHORT RANGE AIR DEFENSE (M-SHORAD)                       95,085          56,085         -39,000
  77 TRACTOR BEAM                                                       52,894          52,894  ..............
 
     SYNTHETIC TRAINING ENVIRONMENT REFINEMENT AND
  79  PROTOTYPING                                                       77,939          77,939  ..............
  80 INDIRECT FIRE PROTECTION CAPABILITY INCREMENT 2-INTERC             51,030          51,030  ..............
  81 CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS FORCES AND FORCE SUPPORT                     65,817          47,417         -18,400
  82 ASSURED POSITIONING, NAVIGATION AND TIMING (PNT)                  146,300         111,300         -35,000
  83 ARMY SPACE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                                     38,319          38,319  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         1,329,393       1,245,183         -84,210
 
     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
  84 AIRCRAFT AVIONICS                                                  32,293          32,293  ..............
  85 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                     78,699          58,699         -20,000
  88 TRACTOR CAGE                                                       17,050          17,050  ..............
  89 INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS                                           83,155          57,355         -25,800
  90 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES                                            3,704           3,704  ..............
  85 JAVELIN                                                            10,623           5,623          -5,000
  92 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES                                  11,950          11,950  ..............
  93 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                                12,347          12,347  ..............
  95 LIGHT TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES                                     8,212           1,278          -6,934
  96 ARMORED SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION (ASM)--ENG DEV                      393,613         393,613  ..............
  97 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--SDD                                         139,614         138,614          -1,000
  98 COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT                             4,507           7,507          +3,000
  99 NON-SYSTEM TRAINING DEVICES--SDD                                   49,436          44,436          -5,000
 100 AIR DEFENSE COMMAND, CONTROL AND INTELLIGENCE--SDD                 95,172          88,172          -7,000
 101 CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                        22,628          22,628  ..............
 102 AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT                               13,297          10,697          -2,600
 103 DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS (DIS)--SDD                     9,145           9,145  ..............
 104 BRILLIANT ANTI-ARMOR SUBMUNITION (BAT)                              9,894           6,894          -3,000
 105 COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (CATT) CORE                         21,964          21,964  ..............
 106 BRIGADE ANALYSIS, INTEGRATION AND EVALUATION                       49,288          49,288  ..............
 107 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--SDD                                        183,100         184,959          +1,859
 108 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--SDD                              79,706          79,706  ..............
 109 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS--SDD                      15,970          15,970  ..............
 110 MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT              44,542          44,542  ..............
 111 LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--SDD                                      50,817          45,117          -5,700
 112 ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND & CONTROL HARDWARE & SOFTWARE               178,693         163,693         -15,000
 113 RADAR DEVELOPMENT                                                  39,338          39,338  ..............
 114 GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SYSTEM [GFEBS]                    37,851          37,851  ..............
 115 FIREFINDER                                                         45,473          45,473  ..............
 116 SOLDIER SYSTEMS--WARRIOR DEM/VAL                                   10,395          10,395  ..............
 117 SUITE OF SURVIVABILITY ENHANCEMENT SYSTEMS -EMD                    69,204          52,904         -16,300
 118 ARTILLERY SYSTEMS                                                   1,781           1,781  ..............
 119 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                113,758          80,376         -33,382
 120 INTEGRATED PERSONNEL AND PAY SYSTEM-ARMY (IPPS-A)                 166,603         155,103         -11,500
 121 ARMORED MULTI-PURPOSE VEHICLE                                     118,239         118,239  ..............
 
     INTEGRATED GROUND SECURITY SURVEILLANCE RESPONSE
 122 CAPABILITY (IGSSR-C)                                                3,211           3,211  ..............
 123 JOINT TACTICAL NETWORK CENTER (JTNC)                               15,889          15,889  ..............
 124 JOINT TACTICAL NETWORK (JTN)                                       41,972          41,972  ..............
 125 TRACTOR TIRE                                                       41,166          41,166  ..............
 126 GROUND-BASED OPERATIONAL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM--                      5,175           5,175  ..............
      EXPENDITIONARY (GBOSS-E)
 127 TACTICAL SECURITY SYSTEM (TSS)                                      4,496           4,496  ..............
 128 COMMON INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES (CIRCM)                            51,178          25,178         -26,000
 129 COMBATING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION (CWMD)                       11,311          11,311  ..............
 131 NUCLEAR BIOLOGICAL CHEMICAL RECONNAISSANCE VEHICLE                 17,154          13,054          -4,100
 132 DEFENSIVE CYBER TOOL DEVELOPMENT                                   36,626          30,126          -6,500
 133 TACTICAL NETWORK RADIO SYSTEMS (LOW-TIER)                           3,829           3,829  ..............
 134 CONTRACT WRITING SYSTEM                                            41,928          41,928  ..............
 135 MISSILE WARNING SYSTEM MODERNIZATION (MWSM)                        28,276           6,276         -22,000
 136 AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY DEVELOPMENT                                 21,965          21,965  ..............
 137 INDIRECT FIRE PROTECTION CAPABILITY INC 2--BLOCK 1                157,710         145,710         -12,000
 138 GROUND ROBOTICS                                                    86,167          61,549         -24,618
 139 EMERGING TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES                                    42,866          68,266         +25,400
 140 AMF JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSSTEM                                   15,984          15,984  ..............
 141 JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND MISSILE [JAGM]                                 11,773          11,773  ..............
 142 ARMY INTEGRATED AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE [AIAMD]                   277,607         322,607         +45,000
 143 NATIONAL CAPABILITIES INTEGRATION                                  12,340          12,340  ..............
 144 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE ENG AND MANUFACTURING                  2,686  ..............          -2,686
 145 AVIATION GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                   2,706           7,706          +5,000
 147 TROJAN--RH12                                                        4,521           4,521  ..............
 150 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                      8,922           8,922  ..............
 151 TRACTOR BEARS                                                      23,170          23,170  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            3,192,689       3,016,828        -175,861
 
     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 152 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                       12,835          28,835         +16,000
 153 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                         12,135          32,135         +20,000
 154 MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                               82,996         182,996        +100,000
 155 RAND ARROYO CENTER                                                 19,821          19,821  ..............
 156 ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL                                              246,574         246,574  ..............
 157 CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM                                   30,430          30,430  ..............
 159 ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES                                   305,759         430,759        +125,000
 160 ARMY TECHNICAL TEST INSTRUMENTATION AND TARGETS                    62,379          84,879         +22,500
 161 SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS                                   40,496          40,496  ..............
 162 AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION                                              3,941           3,941  ..............
 163 METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT TO RDT&E ACTIVITIES                          9,767           9,767  ..............
 164 MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS                                          21,226          21,226  ..............
 165 EXPLOITATION OF FOREIGN ITEMS                                      13,026          13,026  ..............
 166 SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING                                     52,718          52,718  ..............
 167 ARMY EVALUATION CENTER                                             57,049          57,049  ..............
 168 ARMY MODELING AND SIMULATION X-CMD COLLABORATION AND                2,801           2,801  ..............
      INTEG
 169 PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITIES                                             60,942          60,942  ..............
 170 TECHNICAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES                                   29,050          29,050  ..............
 171 MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY                42,332          56,332         +14,000
 172 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY MGMT SUPPORT                       3,216           3,216  ..............
 173 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)                 54,145          54,145  ..............
 174 MILITARY GROUND-BASED CREW TECHNOLOGY                               4,896           4,896  ..............
 175 RONALD REAGAN BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST SITE                  63,011          63,011  ..............
 176 COUNTERINTEL AND HUMAN INTEL MODERNIZATION                          2,636           2,636  ..............
 177 ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS CYBER VULNERABILITIES                  88,300          88,300  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           1,322,481       1,619,981        +297,500
 
     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 181 MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                    8,886           6,886          -2,000
 182 TRACTOR PULL                                                        4,067           4,067  ..............
 183 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                                      4,254           4,254  ..............
 184 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                 16,022          16,022  ..............
 185 TRACTOR SMOKE                                                       4,577           4,577  ..............
 186 LONG RANGE PRECISION FIRES (LRPF)                                 186,475         159,475         -27,000
 187 APACHE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                 31,049          24,049          -7,000
 188 BLACKHAWK RECAP/MODERNIZATION                                      35,240          35,240  ..............
 189 CHINOOK HELICOPTER PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                    157,822         153,822          -4,000
 190 FIXED WING AIRCRAFT                                                 4,189           4,189  ..............
 191 IMPROVED TURBINE ENGINE PROGRAM                                   192,637         189,137          -3,500
 194 AVIATION ROCKET SYSTEM PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT AND                     60,860          41,860         -19,000
      DEVELOPMENT
 195 UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS                        52,019          38,519         -13,500
 196 FAMILY OF BIOMETRICS                                                2,400           2,400  ..............
 197 PATRIOT PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT                                        65,369          75,369         +10,000
 198 AEROSTAT JOINT PROJECT OFFICE                                           1  ..............              -1
 199 JOINT AUTOMATED DEEP OPERATION COORDINATION SYSTEM                 30,954          30,954  ..............
 200 COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                               411,927         336,427         -75,500
 202 155MM SELF-PROPELLED HOWITZER IMPROVEMENTS                         40,676          30,676         -10,000
 203 AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                17,706          17,706  ..............
 204 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                         146             146  ..............
 205 DIGITIZATION                                                        6,316           6,316  ..............
 206 MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                     1,643           1,643  ..............
 207 OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                          4,947           4,947  ..............
 208 TRACTOR CARD                                                       34,050          34,050  ..............
 210 MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT                                        1,464           1,464  ..............
 211 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY--OPERATIONAL SYSTEM                  249             249  ..............
 212 LOWER TIER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE [AMD] SYSTEM                    79,283          78,798            -485
 213 GUIDED MULTIPLE-LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM [GMLRS]                      154,102          89,102         -65,000
 216 SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES                               12,280          12,280  ..............
 217 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               68,533          46,017         -22,516
 218 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                       68,619          48,884         -19,735
 220 WWMCCS/GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                            2,034           2,034  ..............
 223 COMBINED ADVANCED APPLICATIONS                                      1,500           1,500  ..............
 224 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (IBS)                                    450             450  ..............
 225 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                                   6,000           6,000  ..............
 226 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                    12,416          12,416  ..............
 227 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                          38,667          27,667         -11,000
 229 RQ-11 UAV                                                           6,180           6,180  ..............
 230 RQ-7 UAV                                                           12,863          12,863  ..............
 231 BIOMETRICS ENABLED INTELLIGENCE                                     4,310           4,310  ..............
 233 END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES                        53,958          88,758         +34,800
 234 SATCOM GROUND ENVIRONMENT (SPACE)                                  12,119          12,119  ..............
 235 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND SYSTEM                                        7,400           7,400  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    1,916,659       1,681,222        -235,437
 
9999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                 5,955           5,955  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, ARMY          10,159,379      10,812,458        +653,079
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                 2019 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                           Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
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    2 Defense Research Sciences                                      276,912          377,912         +101,000
          Basic research program increase                    ...............  ...............         +100,000
          Program increase: UAV fuel systems enhancements    ...............  ...............           +1,000
    4 University and Industry Research Centers                        92,115          127,865          +35,750
          Basic research program increase                    ...............  ...............          +25,000
          Program increase: Materials in extreme dynamic     ...............  ...............           +8,750
           environments
          Program increase: University assisted              ...............  ...............           +2,000
           hypervelocity testing
    5 Materials Technology                                            28,600           58,600          +30,000
          Program increase: Advanced polymers                ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Highly durable advanced          ...............  ...............           +5,000
           polymers for lightweight armor
          Program increase: Materials research for           ...............  ...............          +10,000
           affordability, performance, and environmental
           sustainability
          Program increase: Advanced materials processing    ...............  ...............          +10,000
    6 Sensors and Electronic Survivability                            32,366           85,866          +53,500
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Advanced space data              ...............  ...............           +9,500
           exploitation and integration program
          Program increase: Agile manufacturing materials    ...............  ...............          +15,000
           processing
          Program increase: Open campus initiative           ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Program increase: Small satellite technology       ...............  ...............          +20,000
           development
    9 Aviation Technology                                             64,847           76,847          +12,000
          Program increase: Adaptive flight controls         ...............  ...............           +7,000
          Program increase: Aviation and missile technology  ...............  ...............           +5,000
           transfer and innovation
   11 Missile Technology                                              50,183           75,183          +25,000
          Program increase: Air vehicle development and      ...............  ...............          +15,000
           sustainment
          Program increase: Enterprise science and           ...............  ...............          +10,000
           technology prototyping
   12 Advanced Weapons Technology                                     29,502           34,502           +5,000
          Program increase: COE in high-energy laser and     ...............  ...............           +5,000
           optical technology
   14 Combat Vehicle and Automotive Technology                        70,450           95,450          +25,000
          Program increase: Advanced materials development   ...............  ...............          +15,000
           for survivability
          Program increase: Highly electrified vehicles and  ...............  ...............           +4,000
           infrastructure connectivity
          Program increase: Structural thermoplastics for    ...............  ...............           +6,000
           vehicles
   18 Weapons and Munitions Technology                                40,444           65,944          +25,500
          Program increase: Advanced warheads technology     ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Program increase: Medium caliber lightweight       ...............  ...............          +10,000
           composite barrels
          Program increase: Novel printed armaments          ...............  ...............          +13,000
           components
   19 Electronics and Electronic Devices                              58,283           83,283          +25,000
          Program increase: Silicon carbide research         ...............  ...............          +20,000
          Program increase: Tactical power generation and    ...............  ...............           +5,000
           storage systems
   21 Countermine Systems                                             21,244           27,244           +6,000
          Program increase: Developing and improving         ...............  ...............           +3,000
           counter-IED sensors
          Program increase: Development of soil parameters   ...............  ...............           +3,000
   22 Human Factors Engineering Technology                            24,131           26,631           +2,500
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............           +2,500
   23 Environmental Quality Technology                                13,242           21,242           +8,000
          Program increase: Mobile environmental             ...............  ...............           +8,000
           containment sensors
   26 Military Engineering Technology                                 78,159           98,159          +20,000
          Program increase: Cellulose nanocomposites         ...............  ...............          +15,000
           research
          Program increase: Innovative construction          ...............  ...............           +4,000
           materials for cold regions
          Program increase: Vehicle-born IED screening       ...............  ...............           +1,000
   28 Warfighter Technology                                           40,566           49,566           +9,000
          Program increase: Expeditionary mobile base camp   ...............  ...............           +9,000
           technology
   31 Medical Advanced Technology                                     62,496           70,496           +8,000
          Program increase: Peer-reviewed military burn      ...............  ...............           +8,000
           research program
   32 Aviation Advanced Technology                                   124,958          133,958           +9,000
          Program increase: Stretch broken composite         ...............  ...............           +4,000
           material forms
          Program increase: Surface tolerant adhesives       ...............  ...............           +5,000
   33 Weapons and Munitions Advanced Technology                      102,686          244,503         +141,817
          Program increase: Accelerate ERCA gun              ...............  ...............          +20,000
          Program increase: High energy laser                ...............  ...............          +20,000
          Program increase: Long range precision fires       ...............  ...............         +101,817
   34 Combat Vehicle and Automotive Advanced Technology              119,739          166,239          +46,500
          Program increase: Airless tire technology          ...............  ...............           +4,000
           demonstration
          Program increase: HMMWV automotive enhancements    ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: HMMWV autonomy                   ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Program increase: HMMWV power system               ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Program increase: HMMWV torque monitoring          ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Program increase: Modular scalable powertrain      ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Program increase: Next gen combat vehicle          ...............  ...............           +7,000
          Program increase: Combat vehicle weight reduction  ...............  ...............          +10,000
           initiative
          Program increase: Multi-sensor augmented reality   ...............  ...............           +5,000
           system for tactical land vehicles
   35 Space Application Advanced Technology                           13,000           51,000          +38,000
          Program increase: Network                          ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Program increase: Assured positioning,             ...............  ...............           +6,000
           navigation, and timing for space and missile
           defense assets
          Program increase: Global communications research   ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Tactical small launch            ...............  ...............          +20,000
   40 Combating Terrorism--Technology Development                      3,762           36,762          +33,000
          Program increase: Artificial intelligence enabled  ...............  ...............           +8,000
           sensor networks
          Program increase: Enhanced propulsion systems for  ...............  ...............           +6,000
           UAS
          Program increase: Lightweight, low power radar     ...............  ...............           +8,000
           systems
          Program increase: Long endurance UAV research      ...............  ...............           +8,000
          Program increase: Open source ISR research         ...............  ...............           +3,000
   43 Electronic Warfare Technology                                   31,491           41,491          +10,000
          Program increase: Tactical cyber-electronic        ...............  ...............          +10,000
           warfare readiness initiative
   44 Missile and Rocket Advanced Technology                          61,132           86,132          +25,000
          Program increase: Cyber security                   ...............  ...............          +15,000
          Program increase: Tactically mobile, shoot-on-the- ...............  ...............          +10,000
           move SHORAD demonstration
   46 High Performance Computing Modernization Program               183,322          218,322          +35,000
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............          +35,000
   47 Landmine Warfare and Barrier Advanced Technology                11,104           17,104           +6,000
          Program increase: Multi-sensor drone swarms for    ...............  ...............           +6,000
           explosive hazard detection
   48 Joint Service Small Arms Program                                 5,885           22,805          +16,920
          Program increase: Soldier lethality                ...............  ...............          +16,920
   50 Environmental Quality Technology Demonstrations                  9,136           29,136          +20,000
          Program increase: Autonomous transport innovation  ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Environmental sensors for        ...............  ...............           +2,000
           explosives
          Program increase: Rapid safe advanced carbon       ...............  ...............           +8,000
           nanotechnology materials
          Program increase: Smart bases                      ...............  ...............           +5,000
   51 Military Engineering Advanced Technology                        25,864           95,464          +69,600
          Program increase: Additive manufacturing/3-D       ...............  ...............           +2,000
           printing
          Program increase: Advanced polymer development     ...............  ...............          +20,000
          Program increase: Bathymetric-topographic LiDAR    ...............  ...............           +8,200
           research
          Program increase: Centrifuge enabled research      ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Program increase: Energy technology research in    ...............  ...............           +4,000
           cold and artic regions
          Program increase: ERDC collaboration               ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Program increase: Extreme terrain research         ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Program Increase: Natural gas technology           ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Program increase: Reliable distributed energy in   ...............  ...............           +3,000
           austere environments
          Program Increase: Research facility modernization  ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Program increase: Research in the permafrost       ...............  ...............           +4,000
           environment
          Program increase: Resilient energy systems         ...............  ...............           +1,000
          Program increase: Secure and resilient power       ...............  ...............           +5,000
           generation in cold region environments
          Program Increase: Silicon anode technology         ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Program increase: Transportation infrastructure    ...............  ...............           +3,900
           evaluation system
   52 Advanced Tactical Computer Science and Sensor                   34,883           43,883           +9,000
       Technology
          Program increase: Assured position, navigation,    ...............  ...............           +9,000
           and timing
   54 Army Missile Defense Systems Integration                        10,777           55,477          +44,700
          Program increase: Counter-UAS mission              ...............  ...............           +8,700
           capabilities
          Program increase: Electromagnetic attack and       ...............  ...............          +10,000
           protect
          Program increase: Inertial measurement unit        ...............  ...............          +11,000
           hardware-in-the-loop
          Program increase: Integrated environmental         ...............  ...............          +15,000
           control and power
   56 Air and Missile Defense Systems Engineering                     42,802           49,602           +6,800
          Program increase: Interoperability of integrated   ...............  ...............          +20,000
           air and missile defense
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ALPS lack    ...............  ...............          -13,200
           of directed requirement
   60 Armored System Modernization--Adv Dev                          119,395           63,585          -55,810
          Program increase: Armored advanced fuel cell       ...............  ...............           +5,000
           prototypes
          Restoring acquisition accountability: MFV          ...............  ...............          -60,810
           prototyping acceleration ahead of need
   66 Aviation--Adv Dev                                               10,793           86,193          +75,400
          Program increase: Future vertical lift             ...............  ...............          +75,400
   67 Logistics and Engineer Equipment--Adv Dev                       14,248           17,248           +3,000
          Program increase: Tactical electric program        ...............  ...............           +3,000
           research for remote and forward operating bases
   68 Medical Systems--Adv Dev                                        34,284           37,284           +3,000
          Program increase: Transport telemedicine program   ...............  ...............           +3,000
   70 Robotics Development                                            95,660           72,260          -23,400
          Restoring acquisition accountability: RCV Phase 2  ...............  ...............          -23,400
           funding ahead of need
   71 Cross Functional Team (CFT) Advanced Development &              38,000           25,000          -13,000
       Prototyping
          Program increase: Early long range precision       ...............  ...............          +25,000
           fires hypersonic capability
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Lack of      ...............  ...............          -38,000
           strategy
   74 Lower Tier Air Missile Defense (LTAMD) Sensor                  120,374           87,874          -32,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability: TMRR         ...............  ...............          -24,000
           contract excess funding
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Test         ...............  ...............           -8,500
           funding ahead of need
   76 Maneuver--Short Range Air Defense (M-SHORAD)                    95,085           56,085          -39,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program      ...............  ...............          -39,000
           growth ahead of acquisition strategy
   81 Cyberspace Operations Forces and Force Support                  65,817           47,417          -18,400
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funding      ...............  ...............           -5,400
           ahead of requirements finalization
          Reduce duplication: CORA-P funded in line 177      ...............  ...............          -13,000
   82 Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT)               146,300          111,300          -35,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -35,000
           due to program delay
   85 Electronic Warfare Development                                  78,699           58,699          -20,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funding      ...............  ...............          -20,000
           excess to need
   89 Infantry Support Weapons                                        83,155           57,355          -25,800
          Program increase: Soldier enhancement program      ...............  ...............           +6,200
          Restoring acquisition accountability: NGSAR EMD    ...............  ...............          -22,000
           funding ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Small arms   ...............  ...............          -10,000
           fire control funding ahead of requirement
   91 JAVELIN                                                         10,623            5,623           -5,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Lightweight  ...............  ...............           -5,000
           CLU development delay
   95 Light Tactical Wheeled Vehicles                                  8,212            1,278           -6,934
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess GMV   ...............  ...............           -2,705
           test funding
          Restoring acquisition accountability: JLTV-RV      ...............  ...............           -4,229
           test funding ahead of need
   97 Night Vision Systems--Eng Dev                                  139,614          138,614           -1,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ENVG-B       ...............  ...............           -1,000
           follow-on test funding ahead of need
   98 Combat Feeding, Clothing, and Equipment                          4,507            7,507           +3,000
          Program increase: Modular glove system             ...............  ...............           +3,000
   99 Non-System Training Devices--Eng Dev                            49,436           44,436           -5,000
          Insufficient budget justification: Unjustified     ...............  ...............           -5,000
           request
  100 Air Defense Command, Control and Intelligence--Eng              95,172           88,172           -7,000
       Dev
          Program increase: All digital radar                ...............  ...............           +8,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -15,000
  102 Automatic Test Equipment Development                            13,297           10,697           -2,600
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -2,600
  104 Brilliant Anti-Armor Submunition (BAT)                           9,894            6,894           -3,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -3,000
  107 Weapons and Munitions--Eng Dev                                 183,100          184,959           +1,859
          Program increase: Test and evaluation of M999      ...............  ...............          +12,000
           155mm
          Restoring acquisition accountability: NGSW ammo    ...............  ...............           -4,250
           EMD funding ahead of need
          Improving funds management: AMP fuze risk          ...............  ...............           -5,891
           reduction excess to need
  111 Landmine Warfare/Barrier--Eng Dev                               50,817           45,117           -5,700
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -5,700
  112 Army Tactical Command & Control Hardware & Software            178,693          163,693          -15,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: TNOM         ...............  ...............           -5,000
           funding ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: CPI2         ...............  ...............          -10,000
           program delay
  117 Suite of Survivability Enhancement Systems--EMD                 69,204           52,904          -16,300
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Army         ...............  ...............          -16,300
           revised Stryker test requirement
  119 Information Technology Development                             113,758           80,376          -33,382
          Insufficient budget justification: AcqBiz          ...............  ...............          -14,382
           unjustified request
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -19,000
  120 Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army (IPPS-A)              166,603          155,103          -11,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess       ...............  ...............          -10,000
           funding due to test delays
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program      ...............  ...............           -1,500
           management growth
  128 Common Infrared Countermeasures (CIRCM)                         51,178           25,178          -26,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -26,000
           due to program delay
  131 Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle              17,154           13,054           -4,100
       (NBCRV) Sensor Suite
          Improving funds management: Excess test funding    ...............  ...............           -4,100
           due to program delay
  132 Defensive CYBER Tool Development                                36,626           30,126           -6,500
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -6,500
  135 Missile Warning System Modernization (MWSM)                     28,276            6,276          -22,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funding      ...............  ...............          -22,000
           early to need
  137 Indirect Fire Protection Capability Inc 2--Block 1             157,710          145,710          -12,000
          Insufficient budget justification: Unjustified     ...............  ...............          -12,000
           request
  138 Ground Robotics                                                 86,167           61,549          -24,618
          Transfer ground robotics MTRS standardization:     ...............  ...............           -4,618
           Army-requested to OPA line 133
          Restoring acquisition accountability: CRS-I        ...............  ...............          -12,000
           contract delay
          Improving funds management: SMET contract delay    ...............  ...............           -8,000
  139 Emerging Technology Initiatives                                 42,866           68,266          +25,400
          Program increase: ISR quick reaction capability    ...............  ...............          +25,400
  142 Army Integrated Air and Missile Defense [AIAMD]                277,607          322,607          +45,000
          Program increase: Accelerated integration to       ...............  ...............          +30,000
           counter emerging threats
          Program increase: Cyber security research          ...............  ...............          +15,000
  144 Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) ED                           2,686  ...............           -2,686
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funds        ...............  ...............           -2,686
           excess to need
  145 Aviation Ground Support Equipment                                2,706            7,706           +5,000
          Program increase: Next generation health           ...............  ...............           +5,000
           monitoring system
  152 Threat Simulator Development                                    12,835           28,835          +16,000
          Program increase: Integrated threat force cyber    ...............  ...............           +6,000
           threat simulators
          Program increase: Threat cyberspace operations     ...............  ...............          +10,000
  153 Target Systems Development                                      12,135           32,135          +20,000
          Program increase: Cyber virtualization center      ...............  ...............          +20,000
  154 Major T&E Investment                                            82,996          182,996         +100,000
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............         +100,000
  159 Army Test Ranges and Facilities                                305,759          430,759         +125,000
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............         +100,000
          Program increase: Distributed environment for      ...............  ...............          +10,000
           system-of-system cyber security testing
          Program increase: Directed energy workloads        ...............  ...............          +15,000
           management
  160 Army Technical Test Instrumentation and Targets                 62,379           84,879          +22,500
          Program increase: Cyber security of space and      ...............  ...............          +22,500
           missile defense assets
  171 Munitions Standardization, Effectiveness and Safety             42,332           56,332          +14,000
          Program increase: Life cycle pilot process         ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Polymer cased small arms         ...............  ...............           +4,000
           ammunition
  181 MLRS Product Improvement Program                                 8,886            6,886           -2,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -2,000
  186 Long Range Precision Fires (LRPF)                              186,475          159,475          -27,000
          Improving funds management: TMRR excess growth     ...............  ...............          -25,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program      ...............  ...............           -2,000
           management excess growth
  187 Apache Product Improvement Program                              31,049           24,049           -7,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Product      ...............  ...............           -6,000
           development previously funded
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Testing      ...............  ...............           -1,000
           previously funded
  189 Chinook Product Improvement Program                            157,822          153,822           -4,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program      ...............  ...............           -4,000
           management excess
  191 Improved Turbine Engine Program                                192,637          189,137           -3,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Test         ...............  ...............           -3,500
           funding ahead of need
  194 Aviation Rocket System Product Improvement and                  60,860           41,860          -19,000
       Development
          Improving funds management: Lightweight precision  ...............  ...............          -19,000
           munition lack of strategy
  195 Unmanned Aircraft System Universal Products                     52,019           38,519          -13,500
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -13,500
           due to program delay
  197 Patriot Product Improvement                                     65,369           75,369          +10,000
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............          +10,000
  198 Aerostat Joint Project--COCOM Exercise                               1  ...............               -1
          Program termination                                ...............  ...............               -1
  200 Combat Vehicle Improvement Programs                            411,927          336,427          -75,500
          Program increase: Advanced Abrams thermal          ...............  ...............          +16,000
           management system and integration
          Program increase: Certification of wireless        ...............  ...............           +5,000
           intercom capabilities
          Program increase: Improved recovery vehicle        ...............  ...............          +18,000
           (M88A2 Hercules)
          Program increase: Stryker power system             ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Improving funds management: Hercules prior year    ...............  ...............           -6,000
           carryover
          Improving funds management: Abrams ECP V3 excess   ...............  ...............           -5,000
           funding due to test delay
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Abrams ECP   ...............  ...............          -10,000
           V4 excess growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Bradley ECP  ...............  ...............          -80,000
           A5 excess
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Stryker      ...............  ...............          -16,500
           30mm ECP delay
  202 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzer Improvements                      40,676           30,676          -10,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -10,000
  212 Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense [AMD] System                 79,283           78,798             -485
          Insufficient budget justification: Unjustified     ...............  ...............             -485
           request
  213 Guided Multiple-Launch Rocket System [GMLRS]                   154,102           89,102          -65,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Extended     ...............  ...............          -50,000
           range development contract delay
          Improving funds management: Test funding ahead of  ...............  ...............          -15,000
           need
  217 Information Systems Security Program                            68,533           46,017          -22,516
          Program increase: Cyber security operations        ...............  ...............          +18,500
           center
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program      ...............  ...............          -41,016
           delay
  218 Global Combat Support System                                    68,619           48,884          -19,735
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Business     ...............  ...............           -8,584
           intelligence/Business warehouse funding ahead of
           need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Army pre-    ...............  ...............          -11,151
           positioned stock funding ahead of need
  227 Distributed Common Ground/Surface Systems                       38,667           27,667          -11,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: CD2 funding  ...............  ...............           -5,000
           excess to need
          Improving funds management: Test funding excess    ...............  ...............           -5,000
           to need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: CD3 funding  ...............  ...............           -1,000
           ahead of need
  233 End Item Industrial Preparedness Activities                     53,958           88,758          +34,800
          Program increase: Engineering data                 ...............  ...............           +9,800
           synchronization software pilot program
          Program increase: Nanoscale and microscale         ...............  ...............          +20,000
           materials
          Program increase: Power take off hybridization     ...............  ...............           +5,000
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    Soldier Fitness Program and Suicide Prevention Program.--
The fiscal year 2019 budget request includes $5,639,000 for the 
Soldier Fitness Program and Suicide Prevention Program. While 
the Committee is fully supportive of these programs, it is 
dismayed that, for the second year in a row, the budget 
justification materials for them lacked sufficient detail and 
substance. The Committee directs the Army to provide full 
justification for these programs with the fiscal year 2020 
budget submission.
    Manufacturing Technologies for Unmanned Aerial Systems 
[UAS].--The Committee encourages the Secretary of the Army to 
invest in technologies that vastly improve the mechanical 
durability of unmanned aerial propulsion systems and utilize 
multi-fuel capable, hybrid electric propulsion. Such 
technologies should focus on reducing the wear of components 
and lowering component weights through innovative computational 
design while also employing directed energy deposition 
processes based on rapid and predictive simulation tools.
    Life Cycle Pilot Process.--The Committee commends the Army 
for its continuing work in Transformative Manufacturing 
Technology and strongly encourages the Secretary of the Army to 
dedicate resources to further the development and equipping of 
the national technical industrial base with these new and 
emerging transformative manufacturing and ammunition 
technologies.
    Strategic Materials Research.--The Committee continues to 
recognize the importance of the Army Research Laboratory [ARL] 
in expanding research, education, and technology development 
efforts in materials and metals processing science and 
engineering, aiming to transform the affordability, performance 
and environmental sustainability of strategic materials. The 
Committee further notes that ARL's Open Campus concept benefits 
the Army, the academic community, and industry through 
collaboration involving ARL's research staff and facilities, 
leading to continued technological superiority for the U.S. 
warfighter. The Committee encourages the Army to consider 
accelerating expansion of its Open Campus approach to its 
Materials and Manufacturing Science laboratories in order to 
benefit strategic materials research.
    Mobile Camouflage Systems.--The Committee notes that mobile 
camouflage systems may provide enhanced signature management 
protection, reduce heat and temperature inside and around 
combat vehicles, and yield fuel savings without interfering 
with the operation of the vehicles. The Committee is aware of 
the Army's ongoing operational testing of mobile camouflage 
systems at the National Training Center and elsewhere and 
encourages further acceleration of those efforts.
    Next Generation Body Armor.--The Committee commends the 
Army's efforts in advanced research in next generation body 
armor and the use of cutting-edge material to improve 
individual protection, mobility, and survivability on the 
battlefield. The Committee understands that industry is also 
investing in this technology and encourages the Army to 
continue partnering with industry to lighten soldier load, 
increase individual protection, and enhance soldier 
survivability.
    Material Development, Characterization, and Computational 
Modeling.--The Committee recognizes the importance of 
evaluating materials and technologies as well as designing and 
developing methodologies and models to enable enhanced 
lethality and survivability. Methods such as computational 
research allow for the development of models that predict the 
mechanical properties of materials that are used in research 
and development at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory [ARL]. 
These models and simulations, which are based on quantum 
mechanics, statistical mechanics principles and thermodynamic 
simulations, and are tested via cold spray synthesis and 
mechanical testing, provide a cost savings to the Department of 
Defense by simulating materials prior to testing them to ensure 
mechanical properties will work together. Additionally, these 
methodologies allow for the enhanced development of 
technologies such as lightweight armors, protective structures, 
kinetic energy active protection, ballistic shock and mine 
blast protection, helmet technologies to prevent traumatic 
brain injury, and numerous other uses. The Committee encourages 
ARL to continue the utilization of computational modeling and 
simulations research to achieve greater cost savings.
    Adaptive Red Team Support.--The Committee supports the work 
of the Army's Adaptive Red Team Technical Support and 
Operational Analysis program and understands it provides vital 
feedback on information technology system vulnerabilities and 
limitations. Highlighting these vulnerabilities has translated 
into more secure and resilient systems as well as increased 
production cost savings in the acquisition process. Therefore, 
the Committee encourages the Secretary of the Army to continue 
to invest in Adaptive Red Team programs.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $18,010,754,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  18,481,666,000
Committee recommendation................................  18,992,064,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$18,992,064,000. This is $510,398,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, NAVY
 
     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                   119,433         154,433         +35,000
   2 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                           19,237          19,237  ..............
   3 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         458,708         564,208        +105,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       597,378         737,878        +140,500
 
     APPLIED RESEARCH
   4 POWER PROJECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                                  14,643          27,643         +13,000
   5 FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                                 124,049         177,549         +53,500
   6 MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY                              59,607          66,607          +7,000
   7 COMMON PICTURE APPLIED RESEARCH                                    36,348          36,348  ..............
   8 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                            56,197          61,282          +5,085
   9 ELECTROMAGNETIC SYSTEMS APPLIED RESEARCH                           83,800          83,800  ..............
  10 OCEAN WARFIGHTING ENVIRONMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                     42,998          79,998         +37,000
  11 JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS APPLIED RESEARCH                           6,349           6,349  ..............
  12 UNDERSEA WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                                  58,049          78,049         +20,000
  13 FUTURE NAVAL CAPABILITIES APPLIED RESEARCH                        147,771         147,771  ..............
  14 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                    37,545          37,545  ..............
  15 INNOVATIVE NAVAL PROTOTYPES (INP) APPLIED RESEARCH                159,697         159,697  ..............
  16 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT--ONR HEADQUARTERS                64,418          64,418  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     891,471       1,027,056        +135,585
 
     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  19 FORCE PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                2,423          36,557         +34,134
  20 ELECTROMAGNETIC SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                ..............           8,804          +8,804
  21 MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION [ATD]              150,245         177,245         +27,000
  22 JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    13,313          13,313  ..............
  23 NAVY ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT [ATD]                        131,502  ..............        -131,502
  24 FUTURE NAVAL CAPABILITIES ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEV                 232,996         240,496          +7,500
  25 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   58,657          58,657  ..............
  26 WARFIGHTER PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                  ..............           9,877          +9,877
  28 NAVY WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS            ..............          67,830         +67,830
  29 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY         ..............          13,172         +13,172
  30 INNOVATIVE NAVAL PROTOTYPES (INP) ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY             161,859         275,859        +114,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                      750,995         901,810        +150,815
 
     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
  31 AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS                                    29,747          29,747  ..............
  32 AVIATION SURVIVABILITY                                              7,050           7,050  ..............
  33 AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS                                                      793             793  ..............
  34 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                             7,058           7,058  ..............
  35 TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE                                    3,540           3,540  ..............
  36 ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY                                 59,741          56,831          -2,910
  37 SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTERMEASURES                     62,727         122,827         +60,100
  38 SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE                                        8,570           8,570  ..............
  39 CARRIER SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                         5,440           5,440  ..............
  40 PILOT FISH                                                        162,222         138,722         -23,500
  41 RETRACT LARCH                                                      11,745          11,745  ..............
  42 RETRACT JUNIPER                                                   114,265         114,265  ..............
  43 RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL                                                  740             740  ..............
  44 SURFACE ASW                                                         1,122           1,122  ..............
  45 ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT                             109,086         103,999          -5,087
  46 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEMS                                  9,374          12,374          +3,000
  47 SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED DESIGN                                       89,419         116,419         +27,000
  48 SHIP PRELIMINARY DESIGN & FEASIBILITY STUDIES                      13,348          13,348  ..............
  49 ADVANCED NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                    256,137         256,137  ..............
  50 ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS                                 22,109          27,109          +5,000
  51 CHALK EAGLE                                                        29,744          29,744  ..............
  52 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP [LCS]                                         27,997          27,997  ..............
  53 COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                                          16,351          27,051         +10,700
  54 OHIO REPLACEMENT PROGRAM                                          514,846         542,846         +28,000
  55 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP [LCS] MISSION MODULES                        103,633         103,633  ..............
  56 AUTOMATED TEST AND RE-TEST                                          7,931           7,931  ..............
  57 FRIGATE DEVELOPMENT                                               134,772         134,772  ..............
  58 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                              9,307           9,307  ..............
  60 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM                           1,828           1,828  ..............
  61 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                       43,148          43,148  ..............
  62 OCEAN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                            5,915           5,915  ..............
  63 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION                                           19,811          19,811  ..............
  64 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM                                                25,656          32,656          +7,000
  65 FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT                                              5,301           5,301  ..............
  66 CHALK CORAL                                                       267,985         267,985  ..............
  67 NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY                                          4,059           4,059  ..............
  68 RETRACT MAPLE                                                     377,878         318,878         -59,000
  69 LINK PLUMERIA                                                     381,770         381,770  ..............
  70 RETRACT ELM                                                        60,535          60,535  ..............
  73 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                       9,652           9,652  ..............
  74 LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY                                             15,529           5,700          -9,829
  75 JOINT NONLETHAL WEAPONS TESTING                                    27,581          27,581  ..............
  76 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS                      101,566         101,566  ..............
  77 DIRECTED ENERGY AND ELECTRIC WEAPON SYSTEMS                       223,344         131,914         -91,430
  78 F/A-18 INFRARED SEARCH AND TRACK (IRST)                           108,700         108,700  ..............
  79 DIGITAL WARFARE OFFICE                                             26,691          26,691  ..............
  80 SMALL AND MEDIUM UNMANNED UNDERSEA VEHICLES                        16,717          16,717  ..............
  81 UNMANNED UNDERSEA VEHICLE CORE TECHNOLOGIES                        30,187          30,187  ..............
  82 RAPID PROTOTYPING, EXPERIMENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION               48,796          33,796         -15,000
  83 LARGE UNMANNED UNDERSEA VEHICLES                                   92,613          45,613         -47,000
  84 GERALD R. FORD CLASS NUCLEAR AIRCRAFT CARRIER                      58,121          83,121         +25,000
  86 LITTORAL AIRBORNE MCM                                              17,622          17,622  ..............
  87 SURFACE MINE COUNTERMEASURES                                       18,154          18,154  ..............
  88 TACTICAL AIR DIRECTIONAL INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES                  47,278          47,278  ..............
  90 NEXT GENERATION LOGISTICS                                          11,081           6,135          -4,946
  92 RAPID TECHNOLOGY CAPABILITY PROTOTYPE                               7,107           7,107  ..............
  93 LX (R)                                                              5,549           5,549  ..............
  94 ADVANCED UNDERSEA PROTOTYPING                                      87,669         112,669         +25,000
  95 PRECISION STRIKE WEAPONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM                      132,818         119,918         -12,900
  96 SPACE & ELECTRONIC WARFARE [SEW] ARCHITECTURE/ENGINE                7,230           7,230  ..............
  97 OFFENSIVE ANTI-SURFACE WARFARE WEAPON DEVELOPMENT                 143,062         143,062  ..............
  99 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT--MIP                                        8,889           8,889  ..............
 100 ADVANCED TACTICAL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM                         25,291          11,291         -14,000
 101 ADVANCED TACTICAL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM                          9,300           9,300  ..............
 102 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT--MIP                                   466             466  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         4,293,713       4,198,911         -94,802
 
     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
 103 TRAINING SYSTEM AIRCRAFT                                           12,798          12,798  ..............
 104 OTHER HELO DEVELOPMENT                                             32,128          32,128  ..............
 105 AV-8B AIRCRAFT--ENG DEV                                            46,363          46,363  ..............
 107 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT                                               3,771           3,771  ..............
 108 MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT                       16,611          16,611  ..............
 109 AIR/OCEAN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING                                    17,368          17,368  ..............
 110 P-3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                                           2,134           2,134  ..............
 111 WARFARE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                              9,729           9,729  ..............
 112 TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM                                            57,688          57,688  ..............
 113 ADVANCED HAWKEYE                                                  223,565         238,065         +14,500
 114 H-1 UPGRADES                                                       58,097          58,097  ..............
 116 ACOUSTIC SEARCH SENSORS                                            42,485          42,485  ..............
 117 V-22A                                                             143,079         143,079  ..............
 118 AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                       20,980          30,980         +10,000
 119 EA-18                                                             147,419         242,719         +95,300
 120 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                     89,824         115,224         +25,400
 121 EXECUTIVE HELO DEVELOPMENT                                        245,064         245,064  ..............
 123 NEXT GENERATION JAMMER [NGJ]                                      459,529         459,529  ..............
 124 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM--NAVY [JTRS-Navy]                       3,272           3,272  ..............
 125 NEXT GENERATION JAMMER [NGJ] INCREMENT II                         115,253          99,253         -16,000
 126 SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING                       397,403         396,403          -1,000
 127 LPD-17 CLASS SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                                      939             939  ..............
 128 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB [SDB]                                         104,448         104,448  ..............
 129 STANDARD MISSILE IMPROVEMENTS                                     165,881         190,881         +25,000
 130 AIRBORNE MCM                                                       10,831          10,831  ..............
 131 NAVAL INTEGRATED FIRE CONTROL-COUNTER AIR SYSTEMS ENG              33,429          33,429  ..............
 132 ADVANCED ABOVE WATER SENSORS                                       35,635          35,635  ..............
 133 SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION                                 126,932         126,932  ..............
 134 AIR CONTROL                                                        62,448          62,448  ..............
 135 SHIPBOARD AVIATION SYSTEMS                                          9,710          13,710          +4,000
 136 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER CONVERSION                               19,303          19,303  ..............
 137 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE RADAR (AMDR) SYSTEM                        27,059          27,059  ..............
 138 ADVANCED ARRESTING GEAR (AAG)                                     184,106         184,106  ..............
 139 NEW DESIGN SSN                                                    148,233         160,233         +12,000
 140 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEM                                  60,824          65,824          +5,000
 141 SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/LIVE FIRE T&E                                 60,062          71,062         +11,000
 142 NAVY TACTICAL COMPUTER RESOURCES                                    4,642           4,642  ..............
 144 MINE DEVELOPMENT                                                   25,756          25,756  ..............
 145 LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO DEVELOPMENT                                    95,147          63,147         -32,000
 146 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                        7,107           7,107  ..............
 147 PERSONNEL, TRAINING, SIMULATION, AND HUMAN FACTORS                  6,539           6,539  ..............
 148 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON SYSTEMS                                         441             441  ..............
 149 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (DETECT & CONTROL)                              180,391         180,391  ..............
 150 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: HARD KILL)                             178,538         182,538          +4,000
 151 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: SOFT KILL/EW)                          120,507         120,507  ..............
 152 INTELLIGENCE ENGINEERING                                           29,715          29,715  ..............
 153 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT                                                 8,095           8,095  ..............
 154 NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM                                              121,026         121,026  ..............
 155 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)--EMD                                    66,566          66,566  ..............
 156 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)                                         65,494          65,494  ..............
 159 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                 14,005          14,005  ..............
 160 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                268,567         218,567         -50,000
 161 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                                      5,618           5,618  ..............
 162 CH-53K                                                            326,945         331,945          +5,000
 164 MISSION PLANNING                                                   32,714          32,714  ..............
 165 COMMON AVIONICS                                                    51,486          51,486  ..............
 166 SHIP TO SHORE CONNECTOR (SSC)                                       1,444           1,444  ..............
 167 T-AO (X)                                                            1,298           1,298  ..............
 168 UNMANNED CARRIER AVIATION                                         718,942         668,942         -50,000
 169 JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND MISSILE [JAGM]                                  6,759          16,559          +9,800
 171 MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT [MMA]                              37,296          37,296  ..............
 172 MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT [MMA] INCREMENT 3                 160,389         160,389  ..............
 173 MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND DEMO          98,223          48,923         -49,300
 174 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE (JLTV) SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT              2,260  ..............          -2,260
      AND DEMO
 175 DDG-1000                                                          161,264         140,264         -21,000
 180 TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC SYSTEMS                                       44,098          52,998          +8,900
 182 CYBER OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                             6,808           6,808  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            6,042,480       6,050,820          +8,340
 
     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 183 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                       94,576          94,576  ..............
 184 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                         10,981          10,981  ..............
 185 MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                               77,014         183,014        +106,000
 186 JOINT THEATER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION                     48              48  ..............
 187 STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT--NAVY                                  3,942           3,942  ..............
 188 CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES                                          48,797          48,797  ..............
 189 NEXT GENERATION FIGHTER                                             5,000           5,000  ..............
 191 TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES                                      1,029           1,029  ..............
 192 MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL & INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                      87,565          87,565  ..............
 193 STRATEGIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                         4,231           4,231  ..............
 194 RDT&E SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT                             1,072           1,072  ..............
 195 RDT&E SHIP AND AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                    97,471          97,471  ..............
 196 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                       373,834         473,834        +100,000
 197 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CAPABILITY                         21,554          21,554  ..............
 198 NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE [SEW] SUPPORT                    16,227          16,227  ..............
 200 MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT                                  24,303          24,303  ..............
 201 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS--R&D                                       43,262          43,262  ..............
 202 WARFARE INNOVATION MANAGEMENT                                      41,918          41,918  ..............
 203 ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS CYBER VULNERABILITIES                   7,000           7,000  ..............
 204 ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS CYBER VULNERABILITIES                  48,800          48,800  ..............
 205 INSIDER THREAT                                                      1,682           1,682  ..............
 206 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (DEPARTMENTAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES)           1,579           1,579  ..............
 208 SEW SURVEILLANCE/RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT                             8,684           8,684  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           1,020,569       1,226,569        +206,000
 
     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 210 HARPOON MODIFICATIONS                                               5,426           5,426  ..............
 211 F-35 C2D2                                                         259,122         199,560         -59,562
 212 F-35 C2D2                                                         252,360         194,352         -58,008
 213 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY (CEC)                           130,515         130,515  ..............
 214 DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL                                3,127           3,127  ..............
 215 STRATEGIC SUB & WEAPONS SYSTEM SUPPORT                            157,679         167,879         +10,200
 216 SSBN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   43,198          43,198  ..............
 217 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                             11,311          11,311  ..............
 218 NAVY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS                                      39,313          39,313  ..............
 219 F/A-18 SQUADRONS                                                  193,086         202,886          +9,800
 220 FLEET TACTICAL DEVELOPMENT                                         25,014           1,344         -23,670
 221 SURFACE SUPPORT                                                    11,661          11,661  ..............
 222 TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK MISSION PLANNING CENTER (TMPC)              282,395         282,395  ..............
 223 INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                     36,959          71,959         +35,000
 224 SHIP-TOWED ARRAY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS                              15,454          15,454  ..............
 225 AMPHIBIOUS TACTICAL SUPPORT UNITS                                   6,073           6,073  ..............
 226 GROUND/AIR TASK ORIENTED RADAR                                     45,029          45,029  ..............
 227 CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                         104,903         104,903  ..............
 228 CRYPTOLOGIC DIRECT SUPPORT                                          4,544           4,544  ..............
 229 ELECTRONIC WARFARE [EW] READINESS SUPPORT                          66,889          66,889  ..............
 230 HARM IMPROVEMENT                                                  120,762         120,762  ..............
 231 TACTICAL DATA LINKS                                               104,696         116,696         +12,000
 232 SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                              28,421          28,421  ..............
 233 MK-48 ADCAP                                                        94,155          68,255         -25,900
 234 AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS                                             121,805         138,805         +17,000
 235 OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                 117,028         117,028  ..............
 236 MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                               174,779         174,779  ..............
 237 COMMON AVIATION COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                          4,826           4,826  ..............
 238 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS SYSTEMS                 97,152          97,152  ..............
 239 MARINE CORPS COMBAT SERVICES SUPPORT                               30,156          30,156  ..............
 240 USMC INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS [MIP]                 39,976          39,976  ..............
 241 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT VEHICLE                                         22,637          22,637  ..............
 242 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                              40,121          40,121  ..............
 243 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM)                  32,473          27,473          -5,000
 249 CONSOLIDATED AFLOAT NETWORK ENTERPRISE SERVICES                    23,697          23,697  ..............
 250 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               44,228          44,228  ..............
 252 JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS                                6,081           6,081  ..............
 253 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                                   8,529           8,529  ..............
 254 UAS INTEGRATION AND INTEROPERABILITY                               41,212          41,212  ..............
 255 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS/SURFACE SYSTEMS                   7,687           7,687  ..............
 256 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS/SURFACE SYSTEMS                  42,846          42,846  ..............
 257 MQ-4C TRITON                                                       14,395          14,395  ..............
 258 MQ-8 UAV                                                            9,843          24,143         +14,300
 259 RQ-11 UAV                                                             524             524  ..............
 260 SMALL (LEVEL 0) TACTICAL UAS (STUASL0)                              5,360           5,360  ..............
 261 RQ-21A                                                             10,914          10,914  ..............
 262 MULTI-INTELLIGENCE SENSOR DEVELOPMENT                              81,231          81,231  ..............
 263 UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS (UAS) PAYLOADS [MIP]                        5,956           5,956  ..............
 264 RQ-4 MODERNIZATION                                                219,894         219,894  ..............
 265 MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT                                     7,097           7,097  ..............
 266 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                         36,560          46,560         +10,000
 267 MARITIME TECHNOLOGY (MARITECH)                                      7,284          27,284         +20,000
 268 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)                                   39,174          39,174  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    3,335,557       3,291,717         -43,840
 
9999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             1,549,503       1,557,303          +7,800
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, NAVY          18,481,666      18,992,064        +510,398
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2019 budget      Committee      Change from
Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 University               119,433         154,433         +35,000
      Research
      Initiatives
         Basic         ..............  ..............         +25,000
          research
          program
          increase
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Aircraft
          fleet
          readiness
          and
          sustainment
   3 Defense Research         458,708         564,208        +105,500
      Sciences
         Basic         ..............  ..............        +100,000
          research
          program
          increase
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,500
          increase:
          Navy ROTC
          cybersecuri
          ty training
          program
   4 Power Projection          14,643          27,643         +13,000
      Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Directed
          energy
         Program       ..............  ..............          +9,000
          increase:
          High
          performance
          microwave
          systems for
          counter-UAS
          defense
   5 Force Protection         124,049         177,549         +53,500
      Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,500
          increase:
          Advanced
          energetics
          research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          hull form
          development
          and
          demonstrati
          on
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Hybrid
          composite
          structures
          research
          for
          enhanced
          mobility
         Program       ..............  ..............         +25,000
          increase:
          Navy
          alternative
          energy
          research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Power
          generation
          and storage
          research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +3,000
          increase:
          Standoff
          detection
          of buried
          hazards and
          munitions
   6 Marine Corps              59,607          66,607          +7,000
      Landing Force
      Technology
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Interdiscip
          linary
          expeditiona
          ry
          cybersecuri
          ty research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +2,000
          increase:
          Marine
          Corps asset
          life-cycle
          management
   8 Warfighter                56,197          61,282          +5,085
      Sustainment
      Applied
      Research
         Transfer      ..............  ..............          +2,685
          from line
          23: Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
         Program       ..............  ..............          +2,400
          increase
  10 Ocean                     42,998          79,998         +37,000
      Warfighting
      Environment
      Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +2,000
          increase:
          Acoustics
          research
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Multi-modal
          detection
          research
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Naval
          Special
          Warfare
          superiority
          in undersea
          and
          maritime
          environment
          s
         Program       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          increase:
          Persistent
          maritime
          surveillanc
          e
  12 Undersea Warfare          58,049          78,049         +20,000
      Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............         +20,000
          increase
  19 Force Protection           2,423          36,557         +34,134
      Advanced
      Technology
         Transfer      ..............  ..............         +34,134
          from line
          23: Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
  20 Electromagnetic   ..............           8,804          +8,804
      Systems
      Advanced
      Technology
         Transfer      ..............  ..............          +8,804
          from line
          23: Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
  21 USMC Advanced            150,245         177,245         +27,000
      Technology
      Demonstration
      [ATD]
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Common
          unmanned
          aerial
          vehicle
          simulation
          system
         Program       ..............  ..............          +6,000
          increase:
          Flight
          motion
          simulator
          and testing
          of UAVs
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Modular
          advanced
          armed
          robotic
          system 2.0
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,000
          increase:
          UAS air-
          delivered
          extended
          range
          munitions
          demo
  23 Navy Advanced            131,502  ..............        -131,502
      Technology
      Development
      [ATD]
         Transfer to   ..............  ..............         -34,134
          line 19:
          Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
         Transfer to   ..............  ..............          -8,804
          line 20:
          Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
         Transfer to   ..............  ..............          -4,877
          line 26:
          Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
         Transfer to   ..............  ..............         -67,830
          line 28:
          Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
         Transfer to   ..............  ..............         -13,172
          line 29:
          Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
         Transfer to   ..............  ..............          -2,685
          line 8:
          Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
  24 Future Naval             232,996         240,496          +7,500
      Capabilities
      Advanced
      Technology
      Development
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,500
          increase:
          Advanced
          development
          of high
          yield
          conventiona
          l
          energetics
  26 Warfighter        ..............           9,877          +9,877
      Protection
      Advanced
      Technology
         Transfer      ..............  ..............          +4,877
          from line
          23: Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Novel
          therapeutic
          interventio
          ns research
  28 Navy Warfighting  ..............          67,830         +67,830
      Experiments and
      Demonstrations
         Transfer      ..............  ..............         +67,830
          from line
          23: Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
  29 Mine and          ..............          13,172         +13,172
      Expeditionary
      Warfare
      Advanced
      Technology
         Transfer      ..............  ..............         +13,172
          from line
          23: Retain
          previous
          budget
          structure
  30 Innovative Naval         161,859         275,859        +114,000
      Prototypes
      (INP) Advanced
      Technology
      Development
         Program       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          increase:
          Electromagn
          etic
          railgun
         Program       ..............  ..............         +99,000
          increase:
          Rail gun
          with
          hyperveloci
          ty
          projectile
  36 Advanced Combat           59,741          56,831          -2,910
      Systems
      Technology
         Maintaing     ..............  ..............          -2,910
          program
          affordabili
          ty: Project
          3422
          unjustified
          program
          growth
  37 Surface and               62,727         122,827         +60,100
      Shallow Water
      Mine
      Countermeasures
         Program       ..............  ..............         +42,000
          increase:
          Medium
          displacemen
          t unmanned
          surface
          vehicle
         Program       ..............  ..............         +14,100
          increase:
          Navy
          identified
          MCM USV
          requirement
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Navy
          identified
          UISS
          requirement
  40 PILOT FISH               162,222         138,722         -23,500
         Program       ..............  ..............         -23,500
          adjustment
  45 Advanced                 109,086         103,999          -5,087
      Submarine
      System
      Development
         Project       ..............  ..............          -5,087
          2096: SL-
          UKAS
          program
          termination
  46 Submarine                  9,374          12,374          +3,000
      Tactical
      Warfare Systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +3,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          submarine
          electronic
          warfare
          systems
  47 Ship Concept              89,419         116,419         +27,000
      Advanced Design
         Program       ..............  ..............         +18,000
          increase:
          CHAMP
          acceleratio
          n
         Program       ..............  ..............          +9,000
          increase:
          Cyber
          Boundary
          Defense--CP
          SD cyber
          security
          cap devel
  50 Advanced Surface          22,109          27,109          +5,000
      Machinery
      Systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Silicon
          carbide
          power
          electronics
  53 Combat System             16,351          27,051         +10,700
      Integration
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,700
          increase:
          Cyber
          Boundary
          Defense--St
          rike Force
          Interoperab
          ility
  54 Ohio Replacement         514,846         542,846         +28,000
         Program       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          materials
          propeller
          program
         Program       ..............  ..............         +13,000
          increase:
          Naval
          Propulsion
          Foundry
          Center
          facility
          power
          upgrades
  64 Navy Energy               25,656          32,656          +7,000
      Program
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,000
          increase:
          Marine
          hydrokineti
          c energy
  68 RETRACT MAPLE            377,878         318,878         -59,000
         Program       ..............  ..............         -59,000
          adjustment
  74 Land Attack               15,529           5,700          -9,829
      Technology
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -14,829
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3401 lack
          of program
          funding
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Guided
          projectile
  77 Directed Energy          223,344         131,914         -91,430
      and Electric
      Weapon Systems
         Restoring     ..............  ..............        -106,430
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3402
          additional
          prototypes
         Program       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          increase:
          Electromagn
          etic
          railgun
  82 Rapid                     48,796          33,796         -15,000
      Prototyping,
      Experimentation
      and
      Demonstration
         Insufficient  ..............  ..............         -15,000
          budget
          justificati
          on: TBD
          initiatives
          program
          adjustment
  83 Large Unmanned            92,613          45,613         -47,000
      Undersea
      Vehicles
         Transfer      ..............  ..............         -25,000
          funding to
          XLUUV:
          Transfer to
          line 94 for
          updated
          acquisition
          strategy
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -22,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: Change
          in
          acquisition
          strategy to
          accelerate
          delta
          design
  84 Gerald R. Ford            58,121          83,121         +25,000
      Class Nuclear
      Aircraft
      Carrier (CVN
      78--80)
         Transfer      ..............  ..............         +25,000
          funding
          from SCN:
          CVN 78 Full
          Ship Shock
          Trial
  90 Expeditionary             11,081           6,135          -4,946
      Logistics
         Program       ..............  ..............          -4,946
          termination
          : Project
          2743
  94 Advanced                  87,669         112,669         +25,000
      Undersea
      Prototyping
         Transfer      ..............  ..............         +25,000
          funding
          from LDUUV:
          Updated
          acquisition
          strategy
  95 Precision Strike         132,818         119,918         -12,900
      Weapons
      Development
      Program
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -12,900
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3378
          schedule
          delays
  97 Offensive Anti-          143,062         143,062  ...............
      Surface Warfare
      Weapon
      Development
         Restoring     ..............  ..............        [-20,000]
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Additional
          capabilitie
          s program
          adjustment
          --transfer
          to fully
          fund
          operational
          test
          requirement
          s for
          additional
          capabilitie
          s
         Restoring     ..............  ..............        [+20,000]
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Transfer
          from
          additional
          capabitliti
          es to fully
          fund
          operational
          test
          requirement
          s for
          additional
          capabilitie
          s
 100 Advanced                  25,291          11,291         -14,000
      Tactical
      Unmanned
      Aircraft System
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -14,000
          acquisition
          accountaibl
          ity:
          Project
          3135
          program
          adjustment
 113 Advanced Hawkeye         223,565         238,065         +14,500
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -25,000
          funds
          management:
          Excess
          carryover
         Program       ..............  ..............         +27,500
          increase:
          Cyber
          Boundary
          Defense--E-
          2D AHE
         Program       ..............  ..............         +12,000
          increase: E-
          2D Hawkeye
          advanced
          radar
 118 Air Crew Systems          20,980          30,980         +10,000
      Development
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Advance
          aircrew
          physiologic
          al
          monitoring
 119 EA-18                    147,419         242,719         +95,300
         Program       ..............  ..............         +95,300
          increase:
          EA-18G
          reactive
          electronic
          attack
          measures
          research
 120 Electronic                89,824         115,224         +25,400
      Warfare
      Development
         Program       ..............  ..............          -6,200
          termination
          : UAS EW
          Payload
         Program       ..............  ..............         +31,600
          increase:
          EA-18G
          offensive
          airborne
          electronic
          attack
          special
          mission pod
 125 Next Generation          115,253          99,253         -16,000
      Jammer [NGJ]
      Increment II
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -16,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Technology
          demonstrati
          on
          contracts
          award
          delays
 126 Surface                  397,403         396,403          -1,000
      Combatant
      Combat System
      Engineering
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -11,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: Far
          Term
          Interoperab
          ility
          Improvement
          Plan
          unjustified
          growth
         AEGIS force-  ..............  ..............         +10,000
          level
          interoperab
          ility
          definition
          and
          analysis
 129 Standard Missile         165,881         190,881         +25,000
      Improvements
         Program       ..............  ..............         +25,000
          increase:
          SM-6
          electronics
          unit
 135 Shipboard                  9,710          13,710          +4,000
      Aviation
      Systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Improving
          aircraft
          carrier
          readiness
 139 New Design SSN           148,233         160,233         +12,000
         Program       ..............  ..............         +12,000
          increase:
          New design
          SSN
 140 Submarine                 60,824          65,824          +5,000
      Tactical
      Warfare System
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Submarine
          tactical
          warfare
          system
 141 Ship Contract             60,062          71,062         +11,000
      Design/ Live
      Fire T&E
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          DDG 51
          advance
          degaussing
          mine
          protection
          system
          retrofit
         Program       ..............  ..............          +6,000
          increase:
          Planning to
          support FY
          2021 award
          of LHA-9
 145 Lightweight               95,147          63,147         -32,000
      Torpedo
      Development
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -32,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3418 post-
          system
          design and
          engineering
          funds early
          to need
 150 Ship Self                178,538         182,538          +4,000
      Defense
      (Engage: Hard
      Kill)
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Condition
          based
          maintenance
 160 Information              268,567         218,567         -50,000
      Technology
      Development
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -35,000
          funds
          management:
          Project
          2905 excess
          program
          growth
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -25,000
          funds
          management:
          Project
          3432 excess
          program
          growth and
          concurrency
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          radar
          condition
          based
          maintenance
 162 CH-53K RDTE              326,945         331,945          +5,000
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Common
          lightweight
          cargo
          system
 168 Unmanned Carrier         718,942         668,942         -50,000
      Aviation (UCA)
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -50,000
          funds
          management:
          Test
          equipment
          early to
          need
 169 Joint Air-to-              6,759          16,559          +9,800
      Ground Missile
      [JAGM]
         Program       ..............  ..............          +9,800
          increase:
          Marine
          Corps joint
          air-to-grou
          nd missile
          for fixed
          wing
          aircraft
 173 Marine Corps              98,223          48,923         -49,300
      Assault
      Vehicles System
      Development &
      Demonstration
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -49,300
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          0026 excess
          concurrency
 174 Joint Light                2,260  ..............          -2,260
      Tactical
      Vehicle (JLTV)
      System
      Development &
      Demonstration
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -2,260
          funds
          management:
          Funds
          excess to
          need
 175 DDG-1000                 161,264         140,264         -21,000
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -21,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Program
          adjustment
          due to lack
          of
          acquisition
          and test
          strategies
 180 Tactical                  44,098          52,998          +8,900
      Cryptologic
      Systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,900
          increase:
          Integrated
          fires
          acceleratio
          n
 185 Major T&E                 77,014         183,014        +106,000
      Investment
         Program       ..............  ..............        +100,000
          increase
         Program       ..............  ..............          +6,000
          increase:
          Ground
          based sense-
          and-avoid
 196 Test and                 373,834         473,834        +100,000
      Evaluation
      Support
         Program       ..............  ..............        +100,000
          increase
 211 Operational F-35         259,122         199,560         -59,562
      C2D2
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -18,384
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: C2D2
          Phase 2
          contract
          award
          delays
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -5,335
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: C2D2
          flight test
          contract
          award
          delays
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -7,904
          funds
          management:
          ECASE
          excess
          growth
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -24,554
          funds
          management:
          Development
          al
          Foundation
          excess
          growth
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -3,385
          funds
          management:
          Fixed JPO
          costs
          excess
          growth
 212 Operational F-35         252,360         194,352         -58,008
      C2D2
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -17,904
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: C2D2
          Phase 2
          contract
          award
          delays
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -5,196
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: C2D2
          flight test
          contract
          award
          delays
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -7,697
          funds
          management:
          ECASE
          excess
          growth
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -23,913
          funds
          management:
          Development
          al
          Foundation
          excess
          growth
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -3,297
          funds
          management:
          Fixed JPO
          costs
          excess
          growth
 215 Strategic Sub &          157,679         167,879         +10,200
      Weapons System
      Support
         Program       ..............  ..............          +2,700
          increase:
          Autonomous
          strategic
          force
          protection
          sensor
          network
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,500
          increase:
          Model based
          engineering
          for
          strategic
          weapons
          programs
 219 F/A-18 Squadrons         193,086         202,886          +9,800
         Program       ..............  ..............          +9,800
          increase:
          Navy joint
          air-to-grou
          nd missile
          for fixed
          wing
          aircraft
 220 Fleet                     25,014           1,344         -23,670
      Telecommunicati
      ons (Tactical)
         Program       ..............  ..............         -23,670
          termination
          : High
          frequency
          over-the-ho
          rizon
          robust
          enterprise
 223 Integrated                36,959          71,959         +35,000
      Surveillance
      System
         Program       ..............  ..............         +35,000
          increase:
          Additional
          TRAPS units
 231 Tactical Data            104,696         116,696         +12,000
      Links
         Program       ..............  ..............         +12,000
          increase:
          Tactical
          targeting
          network
          technology
          acceleratio
          n
 233 MK-48 ADCAP               94,155          68,255         -25,900
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -25,900
          funds
          management:
          TI-1
          phasing
 234 Aviation                 121,805         138,805         +17,000
      Improvements
         Program       ..............  ..............          +2,000
          increase:
          Cyber
          Boundary
          Defense--po
          rtable
          electronic
          maintenance
          aids
         Program       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          increase: F/
          A-18E/F
          engine
          enhancement
          s
 243 Advanced Medium           32,473          27,473          -5,000
      Range Air-to-
      Air Missile
      (AMRAAM)
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -5,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Systems
          improvement
          program
          acceleratio
          n and
          growth
 258 MQ-8 UAV                   9,843          24,143         +14,300
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,500
          increase:
          Radar
          integration
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,800
          increase:
          Weapons
          capability
          integration
 266 Depot                     36,560          46,560         +10,000
      Maintenance
      (Non-IF)
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          MH-60 SLAP
 267 Maritime                   7,284          27,284         +20,000
      Technology
      (MARITECH)
         Program       ..............  ..............         +20,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          additive
          technologie
          s for
          sustainment
          of Navy
          assets
 XXX Classified             1,549,503       1,557,303          +7,800
      Programs
         Classified    ..............  ..............          +7,800
          adjustment
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    Accelerated Acquisitions.--The fiscal year 2019 President's 
budget request includes $1,402,333,000, an increase of 150 
percent over amounts enacted in fiscal year 2018, for programs 
designated as accelerated acquisitions in accordance with Chief 
of Naval Operations and Secretary of the Navy Instructions 
5000.53 and 5000.42, respectively. The Committee supports 
efforts to rapidly deliver capability to the Warfighter in a 
responsible manner and recommends $1,204,903,000 for these 
programs in fiscal year 2019.
    The Committee notes ongoing efforts by the Navy to 
reorganize its internal processes as it relates to the 
alignment of requirements, acquisition strategies and budgets 
for accelerated acquisition programs and expects this will lead 
to improved coordination among all stakeholders. The Committee 
is concerned by repeated instances in which the designation as 
an accelerated acquisition program has apparently led to 
imprudent program management decisions affecting contracting 
actions and funding execution. Therefore, the Committee directs 
the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and 
Acquisition) and the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial 
Management and Comptroller) to report to the congressional 
defense committees, not later than 30 days after enactment of 
this Act, on acquisition strategy management and fiscal 
controls in place to ensure the appropriate management of 
resources for Navy accelerated acquisition programs. Further, 
the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and 
Acquisition) is directed to provide, with submission of the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request, to the 
congressional defense committees the acquisition strategy for 
each designated accelerated acquisition program, and the 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and 
Comptroller) is directed to certify that the fiscal year 2020 
President's budget fully funds such acquisition strategies, to 
include the associated test requirements identified in the test 
plan for each program, as agreed to by the Chief of Naval 
Operations, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, 
Development and Acquisition) and the Director, Operational Test 
and Evaluation per previous congressional direction. Finally, 
the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and 
Acquisition) is directed to identify to the congressional 
defense committees any additional training requirements levied 
on the acquisition workforce associated with the execution of 
accelerated acquisition programs.
    Office of Naval Research Budget Structure.--The fiscal year 
2019 President's budget request includes $2,239,844,000 for 
science and technology research. The Committee recognizes the 
criticality of investing in Navy foundational research to 
ensure U.S. technical superiority in the coming decades and 
recommends $2,666,744,000 for Navy science and technology 
research, an increase of $426,900,000 over the budget request.
    The Committee notes that the budget request proposes the 
consolidation of several program elements into a single, larger 
program element that would provide unprecedented programmatic 
and fiscal flexibility for advanced technology development. The 
Committee notes its support for the consolidation of multiple 
program elements and the increased flexibility associated with 
that realignment in previous years; however, the Committee is 
concerned that a further realignment of program elements would 
erode programmatic and fiscal transparency, and reorient 
foundational long-term science and technology research to near-
term priorities. Therefore, the Committee rejects the proposal 
to consolidate multiple program elements and establish a single 
new program element in fiscal year 2019 and recommends 
retaining the existing program element budget structure for 
naval research. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial 
Management and Comptroller) is directed to follow this budget 
structure in future budget submissions.
    Solid State Laser--Technology Maturation.--The Committee 
notes and supports the Navy's increased investment in several 
directed energy programs, to include the Solid State--
Technology Maturation [SSL-TM] program, which is intended to 
accelerate the evaluation of the military utility of laser 
weapons across a range of Navy mission applications by fielding 
initial capabilities on surface ships. The Committee notes that 
since its inception, the SSL-TM program scope has expanded and 
development costs have tripled. Further, cost overruns have 
occurred at multiple program levels, and significant 
concurrency between the development and fielding efforts are 
creating further risk to cost and schedule. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the Government Accountability Office [GAO] to 
provide to the congressional defense committees, not later than 
90 days after enactment of this Act, a report reviewing the 
SSL-TM program. At a minimum, the report should review: (1) 
program requirements, including changes thereto; (2) technology 
readiness levels including maturity relative to requirements; 
(3) the current acquisition strategy and program baseline(s); 
(4) the SSL-TM test strategy and associated resourcing; (5) 
contract strategy, and (6) the program management structure.
    Common Hull Auxiliary Multi-Mission Platform [CHAMP].--The 
fiscal year 2019 President's budget request includes 
$18,000,000 to initiate industry studies on common hull 
concepts and acquisition approaches to replace aging mission-
specific sealift and auxiliary ships that provide hospital 
services, aviation support, submarine tending, command and 
control, or sealift. The Committee understands that CHAMP is 
intended to reduce life cycle costs, leverage reconfigurable 
force packages and stabilize the industrial base. Based on 
information provided by the Navy, the Committee further 
understands that current Navy plans for the acquisition of 
CHAMP could be accelerated by as much as 5 years, and therefore 
recommends an additional $18,000,000 for industry studies and 
requirements definition. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
(Research, Development and Acquisition) is directed to provide 
to the congressional defense committees, with the fiscal year 
2020 President's budget, an updated acquisition strategy for 
CHAMP, to include requirements, acquisition milestones and cost 
estimates, as informed by industry studies. To stabilize the 
domestic shipbuilding industrial base, including the supply 
chain, the Committee encourages the Navy to consider the 
domestic sourcing requirements historically placed on sealift 
and auxiliary ships to CHAMP.
    Future Surface Combatant.--The fiscal year 2019 President's 
budget request includes $37,267,000 in fiscal year 2019, and 
$35,230,000 in fiscal year 2020 for the development of future 
surface combatants [FSC] requirements and an Analysis of 
Alternatives [AoA]. The Committee notes the extensive scope of 
the FSC AoA and directs the Director, Surface Warfare to submit 
with the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request an updated 
Surface Capability Evolution Plan [SCEP] to the congressional 
defense committees. Further, the Assistant Secretary of the 
Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) is directed to 
provide with the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request 
the acquisition strategies for each element of the SCEP, and 
the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and 
Comptroller) is directed to provide the cost estimate for each 
element of the SCEP and to identify the funds included in the 
budget request in support of these acquisition strategies.
    F/A-18 and EA-18G Research and Development Efforts.--The 
fiscal year 2019 President's budget includes $578,605,000 for 
various efforts to modernize and upgrade the F/A-18 and EA-18G, 
including F/A-18 Block III development which consists of 5 
distinct efforts, Infrared Search and Track systems, EA-18G 
systems development, Multi-System Integration, physiological 
episode mitigation, F/A-18 radar upgrades, and F/A-18E/F 
service life assessment and extension programs. The Committee 
notes the improved briefing materials provided in support of 
the budget request, as requested by the Committee, but believes 
that further improvement, to include timeliness in providing 
requested materials, could be achieved. Therefore, the Program 
Manager, PMA-265, is directed to provide supplemental budget 
materials, as previously requested by the Committee, with the 
budget briefing materials in support of future budget requests.
    Large Displacement Unmanned Undersea Vehicle [LDUUV].--The 
fiscal year 2019 President's budget includes $92,613,000 to 
initiate the fabrication of two Phase I prototype LDUUVs. 
Subsequent to the budget submission, the Navy informed the 
Committee of plans to revise its LDUUV acquisition strategy and 
accelerate the LDUUV program by removing Phase II from the 
acquisition strategy and transitioning the Phase I design to 
industry 5 years earlier than previously planned, which 
eliminates the need for Phase II funding. The Committee 
supports the proposed acceleration of the program; however is 
concerned that the revised program schedule may be 
unaffordable. Therefore, the Committee recommends reducing the 
scope of the Phase I effort and further accelerating the 
transition of the LDUUV design to industry. The Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) 
is directed to provide the congressional defense committees, 
with the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request, an 
updated LDUUV acquisition strategy, and the Assistant Secretary 
of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) is directed 
to provide updated cost estimates for the LDUUV program and to 
certify full funding in the budget request for the revised 
acquisition strategy.
    CVN 78 Full Ship Shock Trials.--The fiscal year 2019 
President's budget request includes no funds to conduct Full 
Ship Shock Trials [FSST] on CVN 78. The Committee notes that 
full-scale ship shock trials on CVN 78 were included in the 
original CVN 78 test plans and that the need for FSST was 
subsequently reaffirmed by the Director, Operational Test and 
Evaluation, the then-Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, 
Technology and Logistics) and Congress. The Committee notes 
that subsequent to the fiscal year 2019 President's budget 
submission, the Secretary of Defense denied a request by the 
Navy to waive CVN 78 FSST in accordance with section 121(b) of 
the Fiscal Year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act, and 
that the Navy now plans to conduct FSST on CVN 78, as directed. 
The Committee understands that this requires $25,000,000 in 
fiscal year 2019 and recommends transferring those funds from 
other CVN programs, as delineated in the tables for Committee 
Recommended Adjustments for the Research, Development, Test and 
Evaluation, Navy and Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy 
accounts. The Committee further understands that the Navy will 
fully budget for additional CVN 78 FSST requirements in the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request.
    CVN 78 Sortie Generation Rate.--The Committee notes that 
the sortie generation rate [SGR] is a significant driver of the 
CVN 78 design. The Committee understands that the reliability 
of key systems may impact SGR and that the SGR demonstration 
schedule and execution are under review. The Program Executive 
Officer, Aircraft Carriers, in coordination with the Director, 
Operational Test and Evaluation is directed to provide, with 
the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request, to the 
congressional defense committees an updated plan for the SGR 
demonstration schedule and test requirements. The Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) is 
directed to certify SGR demonstration full funding with the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request.
    Extra Large Unmanned Underwater Vehicle.--The fiscal year 
2019 President's budget request includes $117,856,000 in 
various program elements for the development of Extra Large 
Unmanned Underwater Vehicles [XLUUV] and associated payloads in 
response to a Joint Emergent Operational Need [JEON] from U.S. 
Pacific Command. The Committee notes that two competitive 
design contracts were awarded by the Navy for Phase 1 of the 
program and that the Navy had planned to conduct a competitive 
selection for Phase 2 in 2018. Subsequent to the submission of 
the fiscal year 2019 President's budget request, the Navy 
revised its acquisition strategy and informed the Committee 
that the Navy now plans to award Phase 2 fabrication contracts 
to both vendors. The Committee understands that this requires 
$25,000,000 in fiscal year 2019 above the budget request and 
that additional funds will be required in fiscal years 2020--
2023, which the Navy will include in the fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request. The Committee agrees with the 
revised acquisition strategy to allow for greater competition 
and recommends $25,000,000 above the budget request in fiscal 
year 2019, as required. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
(Financial Management and Comptroller) is directed to certify, 
with the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request, full 
funding for the Navy's revised acquisition strategy.
    Offensive Anti-Surface Warfare Increment I/Long Range Anti-
Ship Missile Operational Test.--The Offensive Anti-Surface 
Warfare [OASuW] Increment I/Long Range Anti-Ship Missile 
[LRASM] will provide an early operational capability in 2018 in 
support of an Urgent Operational Needs Statement [UONS] from 
US. Pacific Fleet. The Committee notes that in the fiscal year 
2019 President's budget request, the Navy has included 
$129,400,000 in fiscal years 2019 and 2020 for OASuW Increment 
I/LRASM capability improvements, which the Committee fully 
supports. However, the Committee is concerned that the Navy has 
not agreed to a test plan for these capability improvements 
with the Director, Operational Test and Evaluation, nor 
budgeted for any operational test requirements.
    The Committee does not agree with this approach and directs 
that of the funds requested in fiscal year 2019 for OASuW 
Increment I/LRASM capability improvements, no less than 
$20,000,000 be applied toward operational test. Further, the 
Committee directs the Director, Operational Test and 
Evaluation, in coordination with the Deputy Chief of Naval 
Operations for Warfare Systems to provide to the congressional 
defense committees, with the fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget request, a plan for OASuW Increment I/LRASM full 
independent operational test [IOT&E]; the Assistant Secretary 
of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) is directed 
to submit an acquisition strategy that supports that test 
strategy; and the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial 
Management and Comptroller) is directed to certify that the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request for OASuW Increment 
I/LRASM fully funds the development of capability improvements 
and the associated operational test strategy. Finally, the 
Committee directs that not more than $25,000,000 may be 
obligated for OASuW Increment I/LRASM capability improvements 
in fiscal year 2019 until the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations 
for Warfare Systems certifies the requirements for capability 
improvements to the congressional defense committees.
    Next Generation Jammer Low Band.--The fiscal year 2019 
President's budget request includes $99,253,000 for the Next 
Generation Jammer Low Band program to continue the execution of 
up to three Demonstration of Existing Technology [DET] 
contracts, which the Navy plans to award in 2018. The Committee 
understands that the DET contracts will inform the acquisition 
strategy for the program and that the Navy is considering 
applying certain acceleration acquisition authorities. The 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and 
Acquisition) is directed to provide to the congressional 
defense committees, with the fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget request, the acquisition strategies under consideration 
for further development of Next Generation Jammer Low Band.
    AEGIS Modernization.--The fiscal year 2019 President's 
budget request includes $396,403,000 to develop modifications 
to the AEGIS Weapon system and integrate combat capabilities 
developed by the Navy and the Missile Defense Agency into the 
AEGIS Combat System, an increase of $44,874,000 over amounts 
appropriated in fiscal year 2018. The Committee notes the 
improved joint briefing materials provided by the Navy and the 
Missile Defense Agency in support of the budget request and 
directs the Program Executive Officer, Integrated Warfare 
Systems, and the Director, Missile Defense Agency to continue 
to provide these materials, as subsequently modified per 
congressional request, in future budget briefings.
    Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education Transformation 
Program.--The fiscal year 2019 President's budget request 
includes $99,300,000 for Manpower, Personnel, Training and 
Education [MPT&E] transformation, an increase of $73,200,000 
over amounts appropriated for fiscal year 2018. The Committee 
notes progress made by the Navy in managing this program; 
however, the Committee also notes that the MPT&E transformation 
requirements, acquisition strategy and a holistic cost estimate 
remain to be completed. The Committee recommends $64,300,000, 
an increase of $40,100,000 over amounts appropriated in fiscal 
year 2018, to allow for continued program progress and directs 
the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and 
Acquisition) to provide with the fiscal year 2020 President's 
request the MPT&E acquisition strategy and the Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) to 
provide the associated cost estimate.
    Amphibious Combat Vehicle 1.2.--The fiscal year 2019 
President's budget request includes $55,800,000 for the 
Amphibious Combat Vehicle [ACV] 1.2 program, an increase of 
$26,400,000 over amounts previously programmed for that effort 
for fiscal year 2019. The Committee notes the significant ACV 
1.2 program concurrency with the ACV 1.1 development and 
production program, to include the modification of ACV 1.1 test 
vehicles for ACV 1.2 developmental test. Noting the Marine 
Corps' historical struggles with replacing its amphibious 
assault vehicle fleet, the Committee is concerned with the 
programmatic and cost risk this strategy brings to both the ACV 
1.1 and 1.2 programs. The Committee directs the Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development, and Acquisition) 
to submit, not later than 30 days after Milestone C for ACV 
1.1, an updated cost and schedule estimate for ACV 1.2.
    DDG 1000 Mission Change.--The fiscal year 2019 President's 
request includes $40,852,000 in fiscal year 2019 and 
$396,194,000 over the next 5 years in research, development, 
test and evaluation for development efforts in support of new 
DDG 1000 mission requirements. The Committee notes that the 
requirements, schedules and revised Test and Evaluation Master 
Plan in support of the new DDG 1000 mission are not yet 
complete and therefore recommends a reduction of $21,000,000.
    Hydrographic Survey System Upgrade for Diver Propulsion 
Devices.--The Committee understands the Marine Corps is seeking 
to upgrade existing diver propulsion devices [DPD] assets to 
enable precise navigation and autonomous hydrographic survey. 
The Committee encourages the Secretary of the Navy to develop 
an autonomous hydrographic survey capability for the DPD which 
provides other advanced capabilities through retrofitting of 
existing DPD units, and supports autonomous hydrographic survey 
for inspection and analysis of critical littoral waterways.
    Aircraft Fleet Readiness and Sustainment.--The Committee 
remains concerned with the challenges faced by the Navy and 
Marine Corps to maintain the readiness of their air vehicle 
fleets, and extend the useful life of aging aircraft. The 
Committee notes the valuable role university research 
institutions can provide in conducting research and development 
that translates into technological capabilities to address 
these readiness gaps. Therefore, the Committee recommends 
$10,000,000 for aircraft fleet readiness and sustainment 
research conducted at universities with state-of-the-art 
capabilities in structures and materials to support these 
efforts.
    Advanced Hull Form Development and Demonstration.--The 
Committee has supported the Navy's investment in sophisticated 
computer hydrodynamic modeling and simulation tools for the 
design, testing, and analysis of high-performance and high-
efficiency hull forms of small planing boats. The Committee 
recommends $8,000,000 for an advanced hull form development and 
prototype demonstration and at-sea testing initiative to 
accelerate the development and transition of advanced hull 
designs, particularly hull forms that reduce injury to craft 
operators and warfighters.
    Power Generation and Storage Research.--The Committee 
continues to support Navy investments in power generation and 
energy storage research, and recommends an increase of 
$5,000,000 for that purpose. The Committee understands that 
development and deployment of lithium-ion batteries are 
critical to Department of Defense missions, but that safety 
incidents restrict their operational use. Therefore, the 
Committee believes that the development and qualification of 
materials technologies, including non-flammable electrolytes, 
to reduce the risk of thermal runaway and improve safety in 
lithium-ion batteries should be a research priority.
    Marine Corps Asset Life-Cycle Management.--The Committee 
supports the Marine Corps' efforts to substantially reduce 
costs associated with routine maintenance and recommends 
$2,000,000 for further research and development in the areas of 
remanufacturing and vehicle behavior monitoring.
    Maritime Robotics Technology.--The Committee notes the 
Department of the Navy investments to develop autonomous 
systems and capabilities in support of future naval 
capabilities. The Committee encourages the Navy to continue its 
support for the cost-effective development of maritime robotic 
systems, including research, testing, and demonstration of 
unmanned underwater vehicle security and surveillance systems, 
robotic inspection and survey tools for vessels and port 
facilities, munition retrieval, environmental monitoring, 
including acoustic and non-acoustic detection capability 
improvements, shared autonomy, adaptive decisionmaking, 
docking, 3-D imaging, power and data transfer. The Committee 
believes that university-based research and innovation centered 
on the development of maritime robotic technology could be 
essential in maintaining competitive advantage in the future.
    Silicon Carbide Power Electronics.--The Committee supports 
the Navy's investment to develop advanced power and energy 
technology to meet requirements for higher electric power loads 
through efficient means. The Committee understands that use of 
silicon carbide power modules may reduce the size and weight of 
power conversion modules and other electronic systems necessary 
for advanced sensors and weapon systems. The Committee 
recommends $5,000,000 for silicon carbide power electronics 
research and encourages the Secretary of the Navy to continue 
to invest in advanced power and energy technology and 
accelerate the qualification of silicon carbide power modules 
to be used on highpower, mission critical Navy platforms.
    Improving Performance of Military Platforms.--Turbulent 
boundary layers form in the air or in water along the surfaces 
of all aircraft and marine platforms, and produce a force that 
opposes the motion of the vehicle. The Committee understands 
that mitigating such drag is central to the goals of reducing 
fuel consumption and optimizing performance of military 
platforms, such as ships, submarines, and transport and fighter 
aircraft. However, the Committee notes that there exists only 
limited domestic capability to experimentally study these 
phenomena. Therefore, the Committee encourages the Chief of 
Naval Research to examine the Navy's infrastructure and 
technical capabilities to experimentally quantify aircraft and 
marine platforms relevant turbulent boundary layers at high 
spatial and temporal resolution, and to address any identified 
gaps in experimental and modeling capabilities.
    E2-D Hawkeye Advanced Radar.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance for the Navy to improve the airborne surveillance 
and battle management command and control systems of the E-2D 
Hawkeye to protect against sophisticated adversaries with anti-
ship cruise and ballistic missiles. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends $12,000,000 to continue improving the radar 
capability of the E-2D Hawkeye. Further, to stay ahead of the 
evolving threat, the Committee directs the Deputy Chief of 
Naval Operations for Warfare Systems to complete a 
comprehensive review of the E-2D radar to determine if there 
are unmet requirements for an Advanced Radar that could improve 
airborne surveillance and battle management command and control 
systems of the E-2D Hawkeye, and to report to the congressional 
defense committees not later than 90 days after enactment of 
this act on the findings of such review.
    Advanced Additive Technologies For Sustainment of Navy 
Assets.--The Committee recognizes the need to accelerate the 
delivery of technical capabilities to support the warfighter 
and to advance technologies that will modernize and sustain 
military systems in an efficient, cost-effective manner. The 
Committee recommends $20,000,000 to support the development of 
advanced additive technologies for sustainment of Navy assets, 
including cold spray.

         Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $37,428,078,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  40,178,343,000
Committee recommendation................................  40,896,667,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$40,896,667,000. This is $718,324,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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           RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AIR FORCE
 
     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         348,322         448,322        +100,000
   2 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                   154,991         179,991         +25,000
   3 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH INITIATIVES                             14,506          14,506  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       517,819         642,819        +125,000
 
     APPLIED RESEARCH
   4 MATERIALS                                                         125,373         161,373         +36,000
   5 AEROSPACE VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES                                    130,547         147,047         +16,500
   6 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS APPLIED RESEARCH                              112,518         114,018          +1,500
   7 AEROSPACE PROPULSION                                              190,919         230,419         +39,500
   8 AEROSPACE SENSORS                                                 166,534         171,534          +5,000
   9 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT--MAJOR HEADQUARTERS               8,288           8,288  ..............
  11 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                            112,841         112,841  ..............
  12 DIRECTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGY                                        141,898         141,898  ..............
  13 DOMINANT INFORMATION SCIENCES AND METHODS                         162,420         175,420         +13,000
  14 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH                                         43,359          45,859          +2,500
  15 SPACE TECHNOLOGY                                                  117,645         121,645          +4,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   1,312,342       1,430,342        +118,000
 
     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  16 ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS                              34,426          42,926          +8,500
  17 SUSTAINMENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (S&T)                           15,150          15,150  ..............
  18 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SENSORS                                         39,968          44,968          +5,000
  19 AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/DEMO                                     121,002         126,002          +5,000
  20 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER TECHNOLOGY                         115,462         141,462         +26,000
  21 ELECTRONIC COMBAT TECHNOLOGY                                       55,319          55,319  ..............
  22 ADVANCED SPACECRAFT TECHNOLOGY                                     54,895          70,895         +16,000
  23 MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM [MSSS]                              10,674          10,674  ..............
  24 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                36,463          36,463  ..............
  25 CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                   194,981         204,981         +10,000
  26 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                        43,368          53,368         +10,000
  27 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   42,025          65,825         +23,800
  28 BATTLESPACE KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT & DEMONSTRATION                  51,064          51,064  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                      814,797         919,097        +104,300
 
     ADVANCED COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT
  30 INTELLIGENCE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                   5,568           5,568  ..............
  32 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY                                   18,194          18,194  ..............
  33 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                       2,305           2,305  ..............
  35 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE                                 41,856          41,856  ..............
  36 POLLUTION PREVENTION--DEM/VAL                              ..............             200            +200
  37 LONG RANGE STRIKE                                               2,314,196       2,276,496         -37,700
  38 INTEGRATED AVIONICS PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT                       14,894          81,271         +66,377
  39 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND SENSORS                                    34,585          34,585  ..............
  40 NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPS CENTER [NAOC] RECAP                           9,740           7,440          -2,300
  41 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER                                                12,960          16,960          +4,000
  42 HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM                        71,501          32,501         -39,000
  43 CYBER RESILIENCY OF WEAPON SYSTEMS-ACS                             62,618          62,618  ..............
  46 DEPLOYMENT AND DISTRIBUTION ENTERPRISE R&D                         28,350          28,350  ..............
  48 TECH TRANSITION PROGRAM                                         1,186,075         195,462        -990,613
 48A ADVANCED ENGINE DEVELOPMENT                                ..............         651,355        +651,355
 48B HYPERSONICS PROTOTYPING                                    ..............         558,058        +558,058
 48C DIRECTED ENERGY PROTOTYPING                                ..............         150,000        +150,000
  49 GROUND BASED STRATEGIC DETERRENT                                  345,041         345,041  ..............
  50 NEXT GENERATION AIR DOMINANCE                                     503,997         392,997        -111,000
  51 THREE DIMENSIONAL LONG-RANGE RADAR                                 40,326          25,426         -14,900
  52 UNIFIED PLATFORM (UP)                                              29,800          29,800  ..............
  54 COMMON DATA LINK EXECUTIVE AGENT (CDL EA)                          41,880          41,880  ..............
  55 MISSION PARTNER ENVIRONMENTS                                       10,074          10,074  ..............
  56 CYBER OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                           253,825         253,825  ..............
  57 ENABLED CYBER ACTIVITIES                                           16,325          16,325  ..............
  59 CONTRACTING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM                          17,577          17,577  ..............
  60 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (USER EQUIPMENT)                286,629         256,629         -30,000
      (SPACE)
  61 EO/IR WEATHER SYSTEMS                                               7,940           7,940  ..............
  62 WEATHER SYSTEM FOLLOW-ON                                          138,052         138,052  ..............
  63 SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS SYSTEMS                                  39,338          29,338         -10,000
  64 MIDTERM POLAR MILSATCOM SYSTEM                                    383,113         383,113  ..............
  65 SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY                                           91,018          76,018         -15,000
  66 SPACE SECURITY AND DEFENSE PROGRAM                                 45,542          45,542  ..............
  67 PROTECTED TACTICAL ENTERPRISE SERVICE (PTES)                       51,419          46,419          -5,000
  68 PROTECTED TACTICAL SERVICE (PTS)                                   29,776          29,776  ..............
  69 PROTECTED SATCOM SERVICES (PSCS)--AGGREGATED                       29,379          29,379  ..............
  70 OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE SPACE                                    366,050         371,050          +5,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT                     6,529,943       6,709,420        +179,477
 
     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
  71 FUTURE ADVANCED WEAPON ANALYSIS & PROGRAMS                         39,602          39,602  ..............
  72 INTEGRATED AVIONICS PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT                       58,531          58,531  ..............
  73 NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT                                             4,468           4,468  ..............
  74 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                      1,909           1,909  ..............
  75 TACTICAL DATA NETWORKS ENTERPRISE                                 207,746         257,746         +50,000
  76 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                        14,421          14,421  ..............
  74 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB [SDB]                                          73,158          78,158          +5,000
  81 AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC ATTACK                                          7,153           7,153  ..............
  83 ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                                      58,590          58,590  ..............
  84 SUBMUNITIONS                                                        2,990           2,990  ..............
  85 AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT                                               20,028          23,528          +3,500
  86 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                                       15,787  ..............         -15,787
  87 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS                                                8,919           8,919  ..............
  88 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                             35,895          43,895          +8,000
  89 F-35--EMD                                                          69,001          69,001  ..............
  91 LONG RANGE STANDOFF WEAPON                                        614,920         624,920         +10,000
  92 ICBM FUZE MODERNIZATION                                           172,902         172,902  ..............
  97 KC-46                                                              88,170          80,170          -8,000
  98 ADVANCED PILOT TRAINING                                           265,465         265,465  ..............
  99 COMBAT RESCUE HELICOPTER                                          457,652         384,652         -73,000
 105 ACQUISITION WORKFORCE--GLOBAL BATTLE MANAGEMENT                     3,617           3,617  ..............
 106 B-2 DEFENSIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM                                   261,758         261,758  ..............
 107 NUCLEAR WEAPONS MODERNIZATION                                      91,907          84,907          -7,000
 108 F-15 EPAWSS                                                       137,095         137,095  ..............
 109 STAND IN ATTACK WEAPON                                             43,175          14,975         -28,200
 110 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                    14,888          14,888  ..............
 111 FULL COMBAT MISSION TRAINING                                        1,015           1,015  ..............
 112 NEXTGEN JSTARS                                             ..............          30,000         +30,000
 116 C-32 EXECUTIVE TRANSPORT RECAPITALIZATION                           7,943           7,943  ..............
 117 PRESIDENTIAL AIRCRAFT REPLACEMENT                                 673,032         616,372         -56,660
 118 AUTOMATED TEST SYSTEMS                                             13,653          13,653  ..............
 119 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR                                        939             939  ..............
 120 GPS IIIC                                                          451,889         401,889         -50,000
 121 SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS OPERATIONS                               46,668          46,668  ..............
 122 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS                                               20,676          20,676  ..............
 123 SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS SYSTEMS                                 134,463         134,463  ..............
 124 SPACE FENCE                                                        20,215          20,215  ..............
 125 ADVANCED EHF MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                    151,506         151,506  ..............
 126 POLAR MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                            27,337          27,337  ..............
 127 WIDEBAND GLOBAL SATCOM (SPACE)                                      3,970          53,470         +49,500
 128 SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM [SBIRS] HIGH EMD                       60,565          60,565  ..............
 129 NEXT-GEN OPIR                                                     643,126         743,126        +100,000
 130 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE PROGRAM (SPACE)-EMD             245,447         445,447        +200,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            5,272,191       5,489,544        +217,353
 
     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 131 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                       34,256          34,256  ..............
 132 MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                               91,844         266,844        +175,000
 133 RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE                                             34,614          34,614  ..............
 135 INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST & EVALUATION                              18,043          18,043  ..............
 136 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                       692,784         697,784          +5,000
 137 ACQ WORKFORCE-GLOBAL POWER                                        233,924         226,075          -7,849
 138 ACQ WORKFORCE-GLOBAL VIG & COMBAT SYS                             263,488         243,853         -19,635
 139 ACQ WORKFORCE-GLOBAL REACH                                        153,591         145,230          -8,361
 140 ACQ WORKFORCE-CYBER, NETWORK, & BUS SYS                           232,315         217,900         -14,415
 141 ACQ WORKFORCE-GLOBAL BATTLE MGMT                                  169,868         157,472         -12,396
 142 ACQ WORKFORCE-CAPABILITY INTEGRATION                              226,219         221,126          -5,093
 143 ACQ WORKFORCE-ADVANCED PRGM TECHNOLOGY                             38,400          32,796          -5,604
 144 ACQ WORKFORCE-NUCLEAR SYSTEMS                                     125,761         123,175          -2,586
 147 MANAGEMENT HQ--R&D                                                 10,642           9,815            -827
 148 FACILITIES RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION--TEST & EVAL               162,216         262,216        +100,000
 149 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT--TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                28,888          28,888  ..............
 150 REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS AND MATURATION                               35,285          48,285         +13,000
 153 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SERVICES (EIS)                              20,545          20,545  ..............
 154 ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                 12,367          12,367  ..............
 155 GENERAL SKILL TRAINING                                              1,448           1,448  ..............
 157 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES                                            3,998           3,998  ..............
 158 SPACE TEST AND TRAINING RANGE DEVELOPMENT                          23,254          23,254  ..............
 159 SPACE AND MISSILE CENTER (SMC) CIVILIAN WORKFORCE                 169,912         169,912  ..............
 160 SPACE & MISSILE SYSTEMS CENTER--MHA                                10,508          10,508  ..............
 161 ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH PROGRAM (SPACE)                              19,721          19,721  ..............
 162 SPACE TEST PROGRAM (STP)                                           25,620          25,620  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           2,839,511       3,055,745        +216,234
 
     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 165 SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING                          11,344          11,344  ..............
 167 AIR FORCE INTEGRATED MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM               47,287          41,102          -6,185
 168 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE AGENCY                            32,770          32,770  ..............
 169 FOREIGN MATERIEL ACQUISITION AND EXPLOITATION                      68,368          68,368  ..............
 170 HC/MC-130 RECAP RDT&E                                              32,574          32,574  ..............
 171 NC3 INTEGRATION                                                    26,112          19,312          -6,800
 172 ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS CYBER VULNERABILITIES                  99,100          75,950         -23,150
 173 B-52 SQUADRONS                                                    280,414         329,173         +48,759
 174 AIR-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE [ALCM]                                  5,955           5,955  ..............
 175 B-1B SQUADRONS                                                     76,030          63,230         -12,800
 176 B-2 SQUADRONS                                                     105,561         105,561  ..............
 177 MINUTEMAN SQUADRONS                                               156,047         156,047  ..............
 179 WORLDWIDE JOINT STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS                           10,442          18,442          +8,000
 180 INTEGRATED STRATEGIC PLANNING & ANALYSIS NETWORK                   22,833          22,833  ..............
 181 ICBM REENTRY VEHICLES                                              18,412          18,412  ..............
 183 UH-1N REPLACEMENT PROGRAM                                         288,022         288,022  ..............
 184 REGION/SECTOR OPERATION CONTROL CENTER MODERNIZATION                9,252           9,252  ..............
 186 MQ-9 UAV                                                          115,345         115,345  ..............
 188 A-10 SQUADRONS                                                     26,738          26,738  ..............
 189 F-16 SQUADRONS                                                    191,564         185,864          -5,700
 190 F-15E SQUADRONS                                                   192,883         176,483         -16,400
 191 MANNED DESTRUCTIVE SUPPRESSION                                     15,238          15,238  ..............
 192 F-22 SQUADRONS                                                    603,553         588,453         -15,100
 193 F-35 SQUADRONS                                                    549,501         428,315        -121,186
 194 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                              37,230          37,230  ..............
 195 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM)                  61,393          51,293         -10,100
 196 COMBAT RESCUE--PARARESCUE                                             647             647  ..............
 198 PRECISION ATTACK SYSTEMS PROCUREMENT                               14,891          14,891  ..............
 199 COMPASS CALL                                                       13,901          13,901  ..............
 200 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                     121,203         121,203  ..............
 202 JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE [JASSM]                      60,062          42,472         -17,590
 203 AIR AND SPACE OPERATIONS CENTER [AOC]                             106,102         106,102  ..............
 204 CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER [CRC]                                  6,413          10,413          +4,000
 205 AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM [AWACS]                       120,664         130,664         +10,000
 206 TACTICAL AIRBORNE CONTROL SYSTEMS                                   2,659           2,659  ..............
 208 COMBAT AIR INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM ACTIVITIES                          10,316          10,316  ..............
 209 TACTICAL AIR CONTROL PARTY-MOD                                      6,149           6,149  ..............
 210 C2ISR TACTICAL DATA LINK                                            1,738           1,738  ..............
 211 DCAPES                                                             13,297          13,297  ..............
 212 NATIONAL TECHNICAL NUCLEAR FORENSICS                                1,788           1,788  ..............
 213 JOINT SURVEILLANCE/TARGETATTACK RADAR SYSTEM [JSTARS]              14,888  ..............         -14,888
 214 SEEK EAGLE                                                         24,699          24,699  ..............
 215 USAF MODELING AND SIMULATION                                       17,078          17,078  ..............
 216 WARGAMING AND SIMULATION CENTERS                                    6,141           6,141  ..............
 218 DISTRIBUTED TRAINING AND EXERCISES                                  4,225           4,225  ..............
 219 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                                           63,653          63,653  ..............
 220 TACTICAL DECEPTION                                                  6,949           6,949  ..............
 221 AF OFFENSIVE CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS                                 40,526          40,526  ..............
 222 AF DEFENSIVE CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS                                 24,166          39,166         +15,000
 223 JOINT CYBER COMMAND AND CONTROL (JCC2)                             13,000          13,000  ..............
 224 UNIFIED PLATFORM (UP)                                              28,759          21,559          -7,200
 229 GLOBAL SENSOR INTEGRATED ON NETWORK (GSIN)                          3,579           3,579  ..............
 230 NUCLEAR PLANNING AND EXECUTION SYSTEM (NPES)                       29,620          29,620  ..............
 
 237 AIR FORCE SPACE AND CYBER NON-TRADITIONAL ISR FOR                   6,633           6,633  ..............
      BATTLESPACE AWARENESS
 238 E-4B NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPERATIONS CENTER [NAOC]                    57,758          57,758  ..............
 240 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK                 99,088          67,088         -32,000
 241 HIGH FREQUENCY RADIO SYSTEMS                                       51,612          51,612  ..............
 242 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               34,612          34,612  ..............
 244 GLOBAL FORCE MANAGEMENT--DATA INITIATIVE                            2,170           2,170  ..............
 246 AIRBORNE SIGINT ENTERPRISE                                        106,873         109,873          +3,000
 247 COMMERCIAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS                                        3,472           3,472  ..............
 250 C2 AIR OPERATIONS SUITE--C2 INFO SERVICES                           8,608           8,608  ..............
 251 CCMD INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                            1,586           1,586  ..............
 252 GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (GATM)                                4,492           4,492  ..............
 254 WEATHER SERVICE                                                    26,942          31,942          +5,000
 255 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH, & LANDING SYSTEM (ATC)               6,271          11,271          +5,000
 256 AERIAL TARGETS                                                      8,383           8,383  ..............
 259 SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES                                 418             418  ..............
 261 DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES                        3,845           3,845  ..............
 268 DRAGON U-2                                                         48,518          58,518         +10,000
 269 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                         ..............          15,000         +15,000
 270 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                   175,334         175,334  ..............
 271 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                      14,223          14,223  ..............
 272 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                          24,554          24,554  ..............
 273 RQ-4 UAV                                                          221,690         221,690  ..............
 274 NETWORK-CENTRIC COLLABORATIVE TARGET [TIARA]                       14,288          14,288  ..............
 275 NATO AGS                                                           51,527          51,527  ..............
 276 SUPPORT TO DCGS ENTERPRISE                                         26,579          26,579  ..............
 278 INTERNATIONAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURES             8,464           8,464  ..............
 280 RAPID CYBER ACQUISITION                                             4,303           4,303  ..............
 284 PERSONNEL RECOVERY COMMAND & CTRL (PRC2)                            2,466           2,466  ..............
 285 INTELLIGENCE MISSION DATA (IMD)                                     4,117           4,117  ..............
 287 C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON                                            105,988         105,988  ..............
 288 C-5 AIRLIFT SQUADRONS                                              25,071          25,071  ..............
 289 C-17 AIRCRAFT                                                      48,299          48,299  ..............
 290 C-130J PROGRAM                                                     15,409          15,409  ..............
 291 LARGE AIRCRAFT IR COUNTERMEASURES [LAIRCM]                          4,334           4,334  ..............
 292 KC-135S                                                             3,493           3,493  ..............
 293 KC-10S                                                              6,569           6,569  ..............
 294 OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AIRLIFT                                         3,172           3,172  ..............
 295 CV-22                                                              18,502          18,502  ..............
 296 AMC COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                      1,688           1,688  ..............
 297 SPECIAL TACTICS / COMBAT CONTROL                                    2,541           2,541  ..............
 298 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                          1,897           1,897  ..............
 299 MAINTENANCE, REPAIR & OVERHAUL SYSTEM                              50,933          50,933  ..............
 300 LOGISTICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY [LOGIT]                           13,787          13,787  ..............
 301 SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                         4,497           4,497  ..............
 302 OTHER FLIGHT TRAINING                                               2,022           2,022  ..............
 303 OTHER PERSONNEL ACTIVITIES                                            108             108  ..............
 304 JOINT PERSONNEL RECOVERY AGENCY                                     2,023           2,023  ..............
 305 CIVILIAN COMPENSATION PROGRAM                                       3,772           3,772  ..............
 306 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                                            6,358           6,358  ..............
 307 AIR FORCE STUDIES AND ANALYSIS AGENCY                               1,418           1,418  ..............
 308 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT               99,734          93,834          -5,900
 309 SERVICE SUPPORT TO STRATCOM--SPACE ACTIVITIES                      14,161          14,161  ..............
 310 AF TENCAP                                                          26,986          26,986  ..............
 311 FAMILY OF ADVANCED BLOS TERMINALS (FAB-T)                          80,168          60,168         -20,000
 312 SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK (SPACE)                                  17,808          27,808         +10,000
 314 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE AND CONTROL                8,937           8,937  ..............
      SEGMENTS)
 315 SPACE AND MISSILE TEST AND EVALUATION CENTER                       59,935          59,935  ..............
 316 SPACE INNOVATION, INTEGRATION AND RAPID TECHNOLOGY                 21,019          21,019  ..............
      DEVELOPMENT
 317 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (IBS)                                  8,568           8,568  ..............
 318 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM (SPACE)                                     10,641          20,641         +10,000
 319 GPS III SPACE SEGMENT                                             144,543         144,543  ..............
 320 SPACE SUPERIORITY INTELLIGENCE                                     16,278          16,278  ..............
 321 JSPOC MISSION SYSTEM                                               72,256          72,256  ..............
 322 NATIONAL SPACE DEFENSE CENTER                                      42,209          42,209  ..............
 325 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM (SPACE)                                     19,778          19,778  ..............
 326 SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS OPERATIONS                               19,572          19,572  ..............
 327 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM III--OPERATIONAL CONTROL                513,235         513,235  ..............
      SEGMENT
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    6,357,616       6,186,376        -171,240
 
9999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                            16,534,124      16,463,324         -70,800
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AIR           40,178,343      40,896,667        +718,324
            FORCE
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                2019 budget       Committee        Change from
 Line                           Item                              estimate      recommendation   budget estimate
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    1 Defense Research Sciences                                     348,322          448,322          100,000
          Basic research program increase                   ...............  ...............         +100,000
    2 University Research Initiatives                               154,991          179,991           25,000
          Basic research program increase                   ...............  ...............          +25,000
    4 Materials                                                     125,373          161,373           36,000
          Program increase: Certification of advanced       ...............  ...............          +15,000
           composites
          Program increase: Coating technologies            ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: High performance materials      ...............  ...............           +8,000
          Program increase: Turbine airfoil demonstration   ...............  ...............           +3,000
    5 Aerospace Vehicle Technologies                                130,547          147,047           16,500
          Program increase: Human-machine teaming           ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Program increase: Hypersonic wind tunnels         ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Hypersonic vehicle structures   ...............  ...............           +7,500
    6 Human Effectiveness Applied Research                          112,518          114,018            1,500
          Program increase: Warfighter physiology program   ...............  ...............           +1,500
    7 Aerospace Propulsion                                          190,919          230,419           39,500
          Program increase: Thermal management              ...............  ...............           +6,000
           technologies
          Program increase: Centers of excellence           ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Next generation hall thrusters  ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Next generation heat            ...............  ...............           +6,500
           exchangers
          Program Increase: MADDIE--modular arrays for      ...............  ...............          +12,000
           energy
    8 Aerospace Sensors                                             166,534          171,534            5,000
          Program increase: Air Force Minority Leaders      ...............  ...............           +5,000
           Program
   13 Dominant Information Sciences and Methods                     162,420          175,420           13,000
          Program increase: Cyber testbed for unidentified  ...............  ...............           +5,500
           c-UAS
          Program increase: Quantum computing CoE           ...............  ...............           +7,500
   14 High Energy Laser Research                                     43,359           45,859            2,500
          Program increase: Directed energy research        ...............  ...............           +2,500
   15 Space Technology                                              117,645          121,645            4,000
          Program increase: Advanced materials and process  ...............  ...............           +4,000
           for magnetic graphene memory systems
   16 Advanced Materials for Weapon Systems                          34,426           42,926            8,500
          Program increase: Metals affordability research   ...............  ...............           +8,500
   18 Advanced Aerospace Sensors                                     39,968           44,968            5,000
          Program increase: Sensor integration              ...............  ...............           +5,000
   19 Aerospace Technology Dev/Demo                                 121,002          126,002            5,000
          Program increase: Aircraft winglets and drag      ...............  ...............           +5,000
           reduction devices
   20 Aerospace Propulsion and Power Technology                     115,462          141,462           26,000
          Program increase: Chemical apogee engines         ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Program increase: Upper stage engine maturation   ...............  ...............           +8,500
          Program increase: Silicon carbide research        ...............  ...............          +15,000
   22 Advanced Spacecraft Technology                                 54,895           70,895           16,000
          Program increase: Radiation hardened              ...............  ...............           +6,000
           microelectronic processors
          Program increase: Space laser communications      ...............  ...............          +10,000
           systems
   25 Conventional Weapons Technology                               194,981          204,981           10,000
          Program increase: Rotary launcher development     ...............  ...............          +10,000
   26 Advanced Weapons Technology                                    43,368           53,368           10,000
          Program increase: Demonstrator laser weapon       ...............  ...............          +10,000
           system
   27 Manufacturing Technology Program                               42,025           65,825           23,800
          Program increase: F-35 battery technology         ...............  ...............           +9,800
          Program increase: Materials development research  ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Modeling technology for small   ...............  ...............           +4,000
           turbine engines
   36 Pollution Prevention--Dem/Val                         ...............              200              200
          Program increase: Alternative energy aircraft     ...............  ...............             +200
           tugs
   37 Long Range Strike--Bomber                                   2,314,196        2,276,496          -37,700
          Classified adjustment                             ...............  ...............          -37,700
   38 Integrated Avionics Planning and Development                   14,894           81,271           66,377
          Transfer: Air Force requested from RDTE lines     ...............  ...............          +66,377
           42, 86, and 202
   40 National Airborne Ops Center [NAOC] Recap                       9,740            7,440           -2,300
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Materiel    ...............  ...............           -2,300
           solution analysis funding early to need
   41 Technology Transfer                                            12,960           16,960            4,000
          Program increase: Technology partnerships         ...............  ...............           +4,000
   42 Hard and Deeply Buried Target Defeat System (HDBTDS)           71,501           32,501          -39,000
       Program
          Transfer: Air Force requested to RDTE line 38     ...............  ...............          -33,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Advanced    ...............  ...............           -6,000
           5,000 pound penetrator test and evaluation
           funding early to need
   48 Tech Transition Program                                     1,186,075          195,462         -990,613
          Transfer to lines 48a and 48b                     ...............  ...............       -1,048,413
          Program increase: Alternative energy research     ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Rapid sustainment initiative    ...............  ...............          +42,800
          Program increase: Technology transition           ...............  ...............          +10,000
           initiatives
  48a Advanced Engine Development                           ...............          651,355         +651,355
          Transfer from line 48                             ...............  ...............         +790,355
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............         -139,000
           growth in Adaptive Engine Transition Program
  48b Hypersonics Prototyping                               ...............          558,058          558,058
          Transfer from line 48                             ...............  ...............         +258,058
          Program increase: Air-launched rapid response     ...............  ...............          +79,700
           weapon
          Program increase: Hypersonic conventional strike  ...............  ...............         +220,300
           weapon
  48c Directed Energy Prototyping                           ...............          150,000         +150,000
          Program increase: Directed energy prototyping     ...............  ...............         +150,000
   50 Next Generation Air Dominance                                 503,997          392,997         -111,000
          Classified adjustment                             ...............  ...............         -111,000
   51 Three Dimensional Long-Range Radar (3DELRR)                    40,326           25,426          -14,900
          Maintain program affordability: EMD unit funding  ...............  ...............          -14,900
           excess to need
   60 NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (User Equipment)            286,629          256,629          -30,000
       (SPACE)
          Improving funds management: Increment 2           ...............  ...............          -30,000
           development funded in Public Law 115-141
   63 Space Situation Awareness Systems                              39,338           29,338          -10,000
          Contradiction in justification books/briefs       ...............  ...............          -10,000
   65 Space Control Technology                                       91,018           76,018          -15,000
          Improving funds management: Space defense force   ...............  ...............          -15,000
           packaging funded in Public Law 115-141
   67 Protected Tactical Enterprise Service (PTES)                   51,419           46,419           -5,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Schedule    ...............  ...............           -5,000
           slip
   70 Operationally Responsive Space                                366,050          371,050            5,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Phasing--   ...............  ...............         -105,000
           Solar Power Project Air Demonstration
          Program increase: Blackjack                       ...............  ...............         +110,000
   75 Tactical Data Networks Enterprise                             207,746          257,746           50,000
          Program increase: Accelerate 21st Century battle  ...............  ...............          +50,000
           banagement command and control
   77 Small Diameter Bomb [SDB] --EMD                                73,158           78,158            5,000
          Program increase: Precise navigation              ...............  ...............           +5,000
   85 Agile Combat Support                                           20,028           23,528            3,500
          Program increase: Explosion resistant window      ...............  ...............           +3,500
           technology
   86 Joint Direct Attack Munition                                   15,787  ...............          -15,787
          Transfer: Air Force requested to RDTE line 38     ...............  ...............          -15,787
   88 Combat Training Ranges                                         35,895           43,895            8,000
          Program increase: F-35 advanced threat simulator  ...............  ...............           +8,000
   91 Long Range Standoff Weapon                                    614,920          624,920           10,000
          Program increase                                  ...............  ...............          +10,000
   97 KC-46                                                          88,170           80,170           -8,000
          Improving funds management: Forward financed      ...............  ...............           -8,000
   99 Combat Rescue Helicopter                                      457,652          384,652          -73,000
          Maintain program affordability: Development       ...............  ...............          -73,000
           funding excess to need
  107 Nuclear Weapons Modernization                                  91,907           84,907           -7,000
          Maintain program affordability: Test support      ...............  ...............           -7,000
           excess to need
  109 Stand In Attack Weapon                                         43,175           14,975          -28,200
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unclear     ...............  ...............          -28,200
           acquisition strategy
  115 JSTARS Recap                                          ...............           30,000           30,000
          Program increase: Continue JSTARS recap GMTI      ...............  ...............          +30,000
           radar development
  117 Presidential Aircraft Recapitalization (PAR)                  673,032          616,372          -56,660
          Restoring acquisition accountability: EMD Hot     ...............  ...............           -5,100
           Start unjustified
          Maintain program affordability: EMD funding       ...............  ...............          -51,560
           unjustified
  120 GPS IIIC                                                      451,889          401,889          -50,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability:             ...............  ...............          -50,000
           Acquisition strategy undefined
  127 Wideband Global SATCOM (SPACE)                                  3,970           53,470           49,500
          Transfer: Pathfinder #5 from SPAF Line 5          ...............  ...............          +49,500
  129 Next-Generation OPIR                                          643,126          743,126          100,000
          Program increase: Accelerate sensor development   ...............  ...............         +100,000
  130 Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle Program (SPACE)--           245,447          445,447          200,000
       EMD
          Program increase                                  ...............  ...............         +200,000
  132 Major T&E Investment                                           91,844          266,844          175,000
          Program increase                                  ...............  ...............         +150,000
          Program increase: Eastern Gulf test and training  ...............  ...............          +10,000
           range
          Program increase: Instrumentation technology      ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: UAV electronic warfare          ...............  ...............           +5,000
           capabilities
  136 Test and Evaluation Support                                   692,784          697,784            5,000
          Program increase: Avionics cyber range            ...............  ...............           +5,000
  137 Acq Workforce- Global Power                                   233,924          226,075           -7,849
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -7,849
           growth
  138 Acq Workforce- Global Vig & Combat Sys                        263,488          243,853          -19,635
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -19,635
           growth
  139 Acq Workforce- Global Reach                                   153,591          145,230           -8,361
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -8,361
           growth
  140 Acq Workforce- Cyber, Network, & Bus Sys                      232,315          217,900          -14,415
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -14,415
           growth
  141 Acq Workforce- Global Battle Mgmt                             169,868          157,472          -12,396
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -12,396
           growth
  142 Acq Workforce- Capability Integration                         226,219          221,126           -5,093
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -5,093
           growth
  143 Acq Workforce- Advanced Prgm Technology                        38,400           32,796           -5,604
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -5,604
           growth
  144 Acq Workforce- Nuclear Systems                                125,761          123,175           -2,586
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -2,586
           growth
  147 Management HQ--R&D                                             10,642            9,815             -827
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............             -827
           growth
  148 Facilities Restoration and Modernization--Test and            162,216          262,216          100,000
       Evaluation Support
          Program increase                                  ...............  ...............         +100,000
  150 Requirements Analysis and Maturation                           35,285           48,285           13,000
          Program increase: Nuclear modernization           ...............  ...............           +8,000
           analytics
          Program increase: Nuclear deterrence research     ...............  ...............           +5,000
  167 AF Integrated Personnel and Pay System (AF-IPPS)               47,287           41,102           -6,185
          Maintain program affordability: Management        ...............  ...............           -6,185
           services excess to need
  171 NC3 Integration                                                26,112           19,312           -6,800
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -6,800
           growth in direct mission support
  172 Assessments and Evaluations Cyber Vulnerabilities              99,100           75,950          -23,150
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -23,150
           growth in infrastructure pilot programs
  173 B-52 Squadrons                                                280,414          329,173           48,759
          Transfer crypto modernization: Air Force-         ...............  ...............          +14,759
           requested from APAF line 21
          Program increase: B-52 infrared threat defense    ...............  ...............          +24,000
           UON
          Program increase: B-52 mission data recorder      ...............  ...............          +10,000
  175 B-1B Squadrons                                                 76,030           63,230          -12,800
          Maintain program affordability: Fully integrated  ...............  ...............          -12,800
           targeting pod funding excess to need
  179 Worldwide Joint Strategic Communications                       10,442           18,442            8,000
          Program increase: NC3 architecture                ...............  ...............           +8,000
  189 F-16 Squadrons                                                191,564          185,864           -5,700
          Restoring acquisition accountability:             ...............  ...............           -5,700
           Communications suite upgrade early to need
  190 F-15E Squadrons                                               192,883          176,483          -16,400
          Maintain program affordability: Operational       ...............  ...............          -41,400
           flight plan funding excess to need
          Program increase: Electronic warfare receiver     ...............  ...............          +25,000
           upgrades
  192 F-22A Squadrons                                               603,553          588,453          -15,100
          Restoring acquisiton accountability: Navigation   ...............  ...............          -15,100
           systems program delay
  193 F-35 Squadrons                                                549,501          428,315         -121,186
          Restoring acquisition accountability: C2D2 Phase  ...............  ...............          -33,492
           2 contract award delays
          Restoring acquisition accountability: C2D2        ...............  ...............           -9,719
           flight test contract award delays
          Improving funds management: ECASE excess growth   ...............  ...............          -14,399
          Improving funds management: Developmental         ...............  ...............          -44,733
           Foundation excess growth
          Improving funds management: Fixed JPO costs       ...............  ...............           -6,168
           excess growth
          Improving funds management: DCA excess growth     ...............  ...............          -12,675
  195 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM)              61,393           51,293          -10,100
          Restoring acquisition accountability: SIP 4       ...............  ...............          -10,100
           early to need
  202 Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile [JASSM]                  60,062           42,472          -17,590
          Transfer: Air Force requested to RDTE line 38     ...............  ...............          -17,590
  204 Control and Reporting Center [CRC]                              6,413           10,413            4,000
          Program increase: Fund CRC Mode 5 implementation  ...............  ...............           +4,000
  205 Airborne Warning and Control System [AWACS]                   120,664          130,664           10,000
          Program increase: Accelerate 21st Century battle  ...............  ...............          +10,000
           management command and control
  213 Joint Surveillance/Target Attack Radar System                  14,888  ...............          -14,888
       [JSTARS]
          Transfer common data link program: Air Force-     ...............  ...............          -14,888
           requested to APAF line 59
  222 AF Defensive Cyberspace Operations                             24,166           39,166           15,000
          Program increase: Internet of Things protective   ...............  ...............           +7,500
           technologies
          Program increase:: Transportation cyber research  ...............  ...............           +7,500
  224 Unified Platform (UP)                                          28,759           21,559           -7,200
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Lack of     ...............  ...............           -7,200
           justification on foundational efforts
  240 Minimum Essential Emergency Communications Network             99,088           67,088          -32,000
       (MEECN)
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -32,000
           growth in Global Aircrew Strategic Network
           Terminal Inc 2
  246 Airborne SIGINT Enterprise                                    106,873          109,873            3,000
          Program increase: SIGINT sensor development       ...............  ...............           +3,000
  254 Weather Service                                                26,942           31,942            5,000
      Program increase: Commercial weather system follow-   ...............  ...............           +5,000
       on
  255 Air Traffic Control, Approach, and Landing System               6,271           11,271            5,000
       (ATCALS)
          Program increase: Air traffic management of UAS   ...............  ...............           +5,000
           operations
  268 Dragon U-2                                                     48,518           58,518           10,000
          Program increase: Sensor development              ...............  ...............          +10,000
  269 Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles                    ...............           15,000           15,000
          Program increase: Ultra-long endurance aircraft   ...............  ...............          +15,000
  308 Financial Management Information Systems Development           99,734           93,834           -5,900
          Maintain program affordability: Increment 2       ...............  ...............           -5,900
           excess to need
  311 Family of Advanced BLoS Terminals (FAB-T)                      80,168           60,168          -20,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: FET         ...............  ...............          -20,000
           terminals early to need
  312 Satellite Control Network (SPACE)                              17,808           27,808           10,000
          Program increase: Commercial augmentation         ...............  ...............          +10,000
           service
  318 Spacelift Range System (SPACE)                                 10,641           20,641           10,000
          Program increase: Space launch range services     ...............  ...............          +10,000
           and capability
  999 Classified Programs                                        16,534,124       16,463,324          -70,800
          Classified adjustment                             ...............  ...............          -70,800
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    Advanced Composites.--The Committee recognizes the unique 
role of the Air Force in developing advanced composites for 
next generation air and space vehicles. The Committee also 
recognizes the contribution of university research institutions 
to the Air Force in understanding the technology, processes, 
and materials used in advanced composites manufacturing as well 
as addressing shortages of qualified scientists and engineers. 
The Committee recommends additional funding in applied research 
and encourages the Air Force to continue to support the test, 
evaluation, and certification of advanced composites at 
academic institutions with proven capabilities in aviation and 
aerospace.
    Technology Transfer.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance of technology transfer between the Federal 
Government and non-Federal entities, such as academia, 
nonprofit organizations, and State and local governments. 
Technology transfer lowers the cost of new defense-related 
technology development and ensures that taxpayer investments in 
research and development benefit the economy and the industrial 
base. The Committee encourages the Department of Defense to 
continue placing an increased focus on technology transfer 
programs by allocating sufficient funding and leveraging the 
work being performed by Federal laboratories.
    Prototyping and Experimentation.--The fiscal year 2019 
President's budget request includes $1,186,075,000 in the 
Technology Transition Program to demonstrate, prototype, and 
experiment with innovative technologies and concepts to 
accelerate their transition to acquisition programs and 
eventual operational use. Specifically, the Technology 
Transition Program includes the Adaptive Engine Transition 
Program [AETP], hypersonics prototyping, smaller lifecycle 
developmental prototyping efforts, and experimentation 
campaigns. The Committee remains supportive of these 
activities, but is concerned about the amount of transparency 
and budget documentation provided in the budget request. 
Therefore, the Committee recommendation includes separate 
budget lines and program elements for the larger activities 
within the Technology Transition Program, to include AETP, 
hypersonics prototyping, and directed energy prototyping. The 
Committee recommends keeping the shorter-term prototyping and 
experimentation activities in the Technology Transition Program 
for greater flexibility to explore new ideas, concepts, and 
technologies. The Committee continues to expect timely and 
complete communication from the Air Force on prototyping and 
experimentation activities to include objectives and 
requirements, transition plans, technology and manufacturing 
readiness levels, test activities, costs, schedules, and 
performance metrics.
    Air Force Alternative Energy Research.--The Committee is 
concerned that the Air Force is under-emphasizing the 
transition of alternative energy research into Air Force 
enterprise requirements. Therefore, the Committee directs the 
Secretary of the Air Force to report to the congressional 
defense committees not later than 90 days after enactment of 
this act detailing how the Air Force aligns its alternative 
energy research agenda with enterprise requirements. The report 
should include the metrics used to evaluate how the expenditure 
of funds serve the goals identified in its Energy Flight Plan: 
2017-2036 and how the Air Force plans to transition existing 
alternative energy research, development, test and evaluation 
projects to meet Air Force energy requirements.
    Advanced Pilot Training Program.--The fiscal year 2019 
President's budget request includes $265,465,000 to develop the 
Advanced Pilot Trainer, a modern system to train 4th and 5th 
generation pilots. The Committee understands that the Air Force 
plans to complete source selection and award the engineering, 
manufacturing, and development [EMD] contract in the summer of 
2018. Given the age and the cost of sustaining the legacy T-38C 
pilot training system as well as the Air Force's growing pilot 
shortage, the Committee encourages the Air Force to not further 
delay the award of the EMD contract and subsequently consider 
options to accelerate the program after contract award.

                             SPACE PROGRAMS

    Space Acquisition Strategy.--The Committee supports the Air 
Force's plans to develop more capable and defendable satellites 
and appreciates the intention to be faster, more agile, and 
more innovative. The Committee also understands that there will 
be risks and tradeoffs with such a shift in strategy that will 
mean less predictability and possibly failures. The Committee's 
concerns, articulated in the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public Law 115-141), are not about 
the risks involved with innovation or speed, but rather the 
risks involved with redeveloping nearly every major space 
system simultaneously. As noted last year, the Air Force is 
beginning development efforts for space situation awareness; 
position, navigation, and timing; weather; overhead persistent 
infrared; wide-band communications; and protected 
communications, with major changes to the program of record 
planned in nearly every case. The Committee remains concerned 
that the decision to accept less predictability and the 
possibility of failure in all of these programs simultaneously 
may pose unacceptable risks to constellation sustainment. These 
risks may be compounded in an environment where the acquisition 
workforce, rooted in contemplation and caution, is asked to 
shift its culture toward speed and agility for so many efforts. 
Moreover, the Committee is concerned that the funding peaks and 
troughs that will likely result from simultaneous architecture 
recapitalization may not take into account budget realities and 
may risk sustainment of the industrial base at levels adequate 
for future program needs. The Committee looks forward to 
receiving the report directed last year that will provide an 
assessment of these issues and looks forward to working with 
the Department to achieve the best way forward for the future 
of these space programs.
    Next-Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared.--The fiscal 
year 2019 President's budget request includes $643,126,000 for 
Next-Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared [OPIR], the 
successor to the Space Based Infrared System [SBIRS]. This is 
in addition to the $327,002,000 appropriated in the Department 
of Defense Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public Law 115-141) for 
the start of Next-Gen OPIR, following a shift in the Air Force 
strategy away from a prior plan to purchase additional SBIRS 
space vehicles. The Committee is supportive of the Air Force's 
efforts to provide improved missile warning capabilities that 
are more survivable against emerging threats. However, the 
Committee has concerns about several shifts in the program 
plans over the past year, delays in providing a spend plan for 
the program, and requests for additional funds so soon after 
the program's start. The Committee is hopeful that these 
initial hiccups do not signal challenges ahead in meeting the 
aggressive timelines laid out by the Department. The Committee 
agrees with Air Force and Department leadership that Next-Gen 
OPIR will be a pacesetter for rapid acquisition of space 
programs. Therefore, despite these concerns, the Committee 
recommends fully funding the Air Force budget request. In 
addition, the Committee recommends an additional $100,000,000 
for advanced sensor development. The Committee reiterates 
guidance from last year that OPIR is designated as a 
congressional special interest item and continues to direct the 
Secretary of the Air Force to provide quarterly briefings to 
the congressional defense committees detailing progress against 
cost and schedule milestones.

        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2018.................................... $22,010,975,000
Budget estimate, 2019...................................  22,016,553,000
Committee recommendation................................  24,049,621,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$24,049,621,000. This is $2,033,068,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE-WIDE
 
     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 DTRA UNIVERSITY STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP BASIC RESEARCH               37,023          37,023  ..............
   2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         422,130         422,680            +550
   3 BASIC RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                         42,702          54,702         +12,000
   4 BASIC OPERATIONAL MEDICAL RESEARCH SCIENCE                         47,825          45,275          -2,550
   5 NATIONAL DEFENSE EDUCATION PROGRAM                                 85,919         200,919        +115,000
   6 HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES & UNIV (HBCU)                          30,412          32,412          +2,000
   7 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                            42,103          42,103  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       708,114         835,114        +127,000
 
     APPLIED RESEARCH
   8 JOINT MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY                                         19,170          21,670          +2,500
   9 BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                             101,300          86,700         -14,600
  11 LINCOLN LABORATORY RESEARCH PROGRAM                                51,596          51,596  ..............
  12 APPLIED RESEARCH FOR ADVANCEMENT S&T PRIORITIES                    60,688          60,688  ..............
  13 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                         395,317         379,817         -15,500
  14 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEFENSE                                         38,640          38,640  ..............
  15 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           192,674         192,674  ..............
  16 CYBER SECURITY RESEARCH                                            14,969          14,969  ..............
  17 TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY                                               335,466         321,966         -13,500
  18 MATERIALS AND BIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY                               226,898         218,898          -8,000
  19 ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                                            333,847         363,847         +30,000
  20 WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION DEFEAT TECHNOLOGIES                   161,151         157,151          -4,000
  21 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE                                      9,300           9,300  ..............
  22 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                          35,921          35,921  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   1,976,937       1,953,837         -23,100
 
     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  23 JOINT MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECH INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS AD             25,598          25,598  ..............
  24 COMBATING TERRORISM TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                            125,271         120,271          -5,000
  25 FOREIGN COMPARATIVE TESTING                                        24,532          22,332          -2,200
  27 COUNTERPROLIFERATION INITIATIVES--PROLIF PREV & DEFEAT            299,858         270,858         -29,000
  28 ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT                       13,017          13,017  ..............
  29 WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                         ..............          13,400         +13,400
  31 ADVANCED RESEARCH                                                  20,365          42,565         +22,200
  32 JOINT DOD-DOE MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                     18,644          18,644  ..............
  34 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SYSTEMS                                        277,603         327,603         +50,000
  35 SPACE PROGRAMS AND TECHNOLOGY                                     254,671         249,671          -5,000
  36 ANALYTIC ASSESSMENTS                                               19,472          18,472          -1,000
  37 ADVANCED INNOVATIVE ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS                          37,263          37,263  ..............
  38 ADVANCED INNOVATIVE ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS--MHA                     13,621          13,621  ..............
  39 COMMON KILL VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY                                    189,753          56,753        -133,000
  40 DEFENSE INNOVATION UNIT EXPERIMENTAL (DIUX)                        29,364          29,364  ..............
  41 TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION                                              83,143          83,143  ..............
  42 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--ADVANCED DEV             142,826         142,826  ..............
  43 RETRACT LARCH                                                     161,128         161,128  ..............
  44 JOINT ELECTRONIC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                               12,918          12,918  ..............
  45 JOINT CAPABILITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                        106,049          93,049         -13,000
  46 NETWORKED COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITIES                              12,696          12,696  ..............
  47 DEFENSE-WIDE MANUFACTURING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROG            114,637         159,887         +45,250
  48 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   49,667          67,167         +17,500
  49 EMERGING CAPABILITIES TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                       48,338          60,838         +12,500
  50 GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                    11,778          19,778          +8,000
  52 STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM                           76,514          86,514         +10,000
  53 MICROELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT                168,931         203,931         +35,000
  54 JOINT WARFIGHTING PROGRAM                                           5,992           5,992  ..............
  55 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES                                 111,099         118,599          +7,500
  56 COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                       185,984         185,984  ..............
  57 NETWORK-CENTRIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                438,569         434,069          -4,500
  58 SENSOR TECHNOLOGY                                                 190,128         173,601         -16,527
  59 DISTRIBUTED LEARNING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT               13,564          11,564          -2,000
  60 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE                                     15,050          15,050  ..............
  61 QUICK REACTION SPECIAL PROJECTS                                    69,626          59,626         -10,000
  62 ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY                                 19,415          19,415  ..............
  63 HIGH ENERGY LASER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                      69,533          69,533  ..............
  64 TEST & EVALUATION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY                             96,389         132,389         +36,000
  65 OPERATIONAL ENERGY CAPABILITY IMPROVEMENT                          40,582          40,582  ..............
  66 CWMD SYSTEMS                                                       26,644          26,644  ..............
  67 SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                 79,380          79,380  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    3,699,612       3,735,735         +36,123
 
     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
  68 NUCLEAR AND CONVENTIONAL PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT               28,140          28,140  ..............
  69 WALKOFF                                                            92,222          92,222  ..............
  70 ACQUISITION ENTERPRISE DATA AND INFORMATION SERVICES                2,506           2,506  ..............
  71 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM             40,016          42,016          +2,000
  72 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT                214,173         398,273        +184,100
  73 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE SEGMENT               926,359         803,359        -123,000
  74 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           129,886         113,496         -16,390
  75 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSORS                                 220,876         359,176        +138,300
  76 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ENABLING PROGRAMS                       540,926         638,426         +97,500
  77 SPECIAL PROGRAMS--MDA                                             422,348         422,348  ..............
  78 AEGIS BMD                                                         767,539         773,520          +5,981
 
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE COMMAND AND CONTROL, BATTLE
  81  MANAGEMENT                                                       475,168         565,368         +90,200
  82 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE JOINT WARFIGHTER SUPPORT                 48,767          48,767  ..............
  83 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE INTERGRATION AND OPERATIONS
  83 CENTER (MDIOC)                                                     54,925          54,925  ..............
  84 REGARDING TRENCH                                                   16,916          16,916  ..............
  85 SEA BASED X-BAND RADAR [SBX]                                      149,715         136,715         -13,000
  86 ISRAELI COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS                                      300,000         300,000  ..............
  87 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST                                    365,681         518,848        +153,167
  88 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TARGETS                                 517,852         561,352         +43,500
  89 HUMANITARIAN DEMINING                                              11,347          11,347  ..............
  90 COALITION WARFARE                                                   8,528           8,528  ..............
  91 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CORROSION PROGRAM                             3,477           8,477          +5,000
  92 TECHNOLOGY MATURATION INITIATIVES                                 148,822         316,822        +168,000
  93 MISSILE DEFEAT PROJECT                                             58,607          43,607         -15,000
 
     COUNTER IMPROVISED-THREAT DEMONSTRATION, PROTOTYPE
  94  DEVELOPMENT, AND TESTING                                          12,993  ..............         -12,993
  95 HYPERSONIC DEFENSE                                                120,444         130,944         +10,500
  96 ADVANCED INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES                                1,431,702       1,496,336         +64,634
 96A JOINT ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CENTER                       ..............          83,000         +83,000
  97 TRUSTED AND ASSURED MICROELECTRONICS                              233,142         595,642        +362,500
  98 RAPID PROTOTYPING PROGRAM                                          99,333          99,333  ..............
  99 DOD UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM (UAS) COMMON DEVELOPMENT               3,781           7,781          +4,000
 100 PACIFIC DISCRIMINATING RADAR                                       95,765          73,147         -22,618
 101 WARGAMING AND SUPPORT FOR STRATEGIC ANALYSIS (SSA)                  3,768           3,768  ..............
 103 JOINT C5 CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND                   22,435          22,435  ..............
      INTEROPERABILITY
 104 LONG RANGE DISCRIMINATION RADAR                                   164,562         164,562  ..............
 105 IMPROVED HOMELAND DEFENSE INTERCEPTORS                            561,220         421,820        -139,400
 106 BMD TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT TEST                                  61,017          61,017  ..............
 107 AEGIS BMD TEST                                                     95,756          95,756  ..............
 108 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSOR TEST                              81,001          81,001  ..............
 109 LAND-BASED SM-3 [LBSM3]                                            27,692          27,692  ..............
 111 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE SEGMENT TEST           81,934          72,634          -9,300
 112 MULTI-OBJECT KILL VEHICLE                                           8,256           3,256          -5,000
 113 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS                           2,600           2,600  ..............
 114 JOINT ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY [JET] PROGRAM                      3,104           3,104  ..............
 115 CYBER SECURITY INITIATIVE                                             985             985  ..............
 116 SPACE TRACKING AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                             36,955          36,955  ..............
 117 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSEM SPACE PROGRAMS                     16,484         121,984        +105,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         8,709,725       9,870,906      +1,161,181
 
     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
 118 NUCLEAR AND CONVENTIONAL PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                8,333           8,333  ..............
 119 PROMPT GLOBAL STRIKE CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT                       263,414         615,914        +352,500
 120 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           388,701         329,909         -58,792
 121 JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM [JTIDS]             19,503          29,503         +10,000
 122 WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION DEFEAT CAPABILITIES                     6,163           6,163  ..............
 123 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                 11,988          11,988  ..............
 124 HOMELAND PERSONNEL SECURITY INITIATIVE                                296             296  ..............
 125 DEFENSE EXPORTABILITY PROGRAM                                       1,489           1,489  ..............
 126 OUSD(C) IT DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES                                  9,590           9,590  ..............
 127 DOD ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION                3,173           3,173  ..............
 128 DCMO POLICY AND INTEGRATION                                         2,105           2,105  ..............
 129 DEFENSE AGENCY INITIATIVES FINANCIAL SYSTEM                        21,156          21,156  ..............
 130 DEFENSE RETIRED AND ANNUITANT PAY SYSTEM (DRAS)                    10,731          10,731  ..............
 132 DEFENSE-WIDE ELECTRONIC PROCUREMENT CAPABILITIES                    6,374           6,374  ..............
 133 TRUSTED & ASSURED MICROELECTRONICS                                 56,178          98,678         +42,500
 134 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                        2,512           2,512  ..............
 135 DOD ENTERPRISE ENERGY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (EEIM)                 2,435           2,435  ..............
 136 CWMD SYSTEMS: SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION                 17,048          17,048  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT              831,189       1,177,397        +346,208
 
     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 137 DEFENSE READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM [DRRS]                           6,661           6,661  ..............
 138 JOINT SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT                              4,088           4,088  ..............
 139 CENTRAL TEST AND EVALUATION INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT                258,796         278,096         +19,300
 140 ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS                                        31,356          31,356  ..............
 141 MISSION SUPPORT                                                    65,646          65,646  ..............
 142 JOINT MISSION ENVIRONMENT TEST CAPABILITY [JMETC]                  84,184          89,184          +5,000
 143 TECHNICAL STUDIES, SUPPORT AND ANALYSIS                            22,576          22,576  ..............
 144 JOINT INTEGRATED AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION              52,565          52,565  ..............
 145 CLASSIFIED PROGRAM USD(P)                                  ..............         100,000        +100,000
 146 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                                                38,872          38,872  ..............
 147 STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT                                        3,534           3,534  ..............
 148 NUCLEAR MATTERS--PHYSICAL SECURITY                                  5,050           5,050  ..............
 149 SUPPORT TO NETWORKS AND INFORMATION INTEGRATION                    11,450          11,450  ..............
 150 GENERAL SUPPORT TO USD (INTELLIGENCE)                               1,693           5,693          +4,000
 151 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           102,883         102,883  ..............
 159 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH/TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER              2,545           2,545  ..............
 160 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS                                        24,487          27,487          +3,000
 161 DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION CENTER [DTIC]                        56,853          56,853  ..............
 162 R&D IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT, TESTING & EVALUATION             24,914          24,914  ..............
 163 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION                                    20,179          25,179          +5,000
 164 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT)                   13,643          13,643  ..............
 165 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION               4,124           4,124  ..............
      CENTER [DTIC]
 166 BUDGET AND PROGRAM ASSESSMENTS                                      5,768           5,768  ..............
 167 ODNA TECHNOLOGY AND RESOURCE ANALYSIS                               1,030           1,030  ..............
 168 DEFENSE DIGITAL SERVICE (DDS) DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT                   1,000           1,000  ..............
 169 ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS CYBER VULNERABILITIES                   3,400           3,400  ..............
 170 ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS CYBER VULNERABILITIES                   4,000           4,000  ..............
 171 DEFENSE OPERATIONS SECURITY [OPSEC]                                 3,008          10,008          +7,000
 172 JOINT STAFF ANALYTICAL SUPPORT                                      6,658           6,658  ..............
 175 SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS [IO] CAPABILITIES                   652             652  ..............
 176 DEFENSE MILITARY DECEPTION PROGRAM OFFICE                           1,005           1,005  ..............
 177 COMBINED ADVANCED APPLICATIONS                                     21,363          16,363          -5,000
 180 INTELLIGENCE CAPABILITIES AND INNOVATION INVESTMENTS              109,529         259,529        +150,000
 181 CWMD SYSTEMS: RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                              1,244           1,244  ..............
 184 COCOM EXERCISE ENGAGEMENT AND TRAINING TRANSFORMATION              42,940          42,940  ..............
 185 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS--MDA                                       28,626          28,626  ..............
 187 JOINT SERVICE PROVIDER (JSP)                                        5,104           5,104  ..............
9999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                45,604          45,604  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           1,117,030       1,405,330        +288,300
 
     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 189 ENTERPRISE SECURITY SYSTEM (ESS)                                    9,750           9,750  ..............
 190 REGIONAL INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIP FOR PEAC              1,855           1,855  ..............
 191 OVERSEAS HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE SHARED INFORMATION SY                304             304  ..............
 192 INDUSTRIAL BASE ANALYSIS AND SUSTAINMENT SUPPORT                   10,376          63,876         +53,500
 193 OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                     5,915           5,915  ..............
 194 GLOBAL THEATER SECURITY COOPERATION MANAGEMENT                      5,869           5,869  ..............
 195 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS D             48,741          42,385          -6,356
 196 PLANNING AND DECISION AID SYSTEM                                    3,037           3,037  ..............
 197 C4I INTEROPERABILITY                                               62,814          62,814  ..............
 203 DEFENSE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING & INTEGRATION              16,561          16,561  ..............
 204 LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS [DCS]                                     14,769          14,769  ..............
 205 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK                 17,579          17,579  ..............
 207 KEY MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE [KMI]                                31,737          31,737  ..............
 208 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                                7,940           7,940  ..............
 209 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                              229,252         229,252  ..............
 210 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               19,611          19,611  ..............
 211 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                  46,900          46,900  ..............
 212 JOINT SPECTRUM CENTER (DEFENSE SPECTRUM ORGANIZATION)               7,570           7,570  ..............
 213 JOINT INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT (JIE)                                 7,947           7,947  ..............
 215 FEDERAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY              39,400          39,400  ..............
 224 POLICY R&D PROGRAMS                                                 6,262           6,262  ..............
 225 NET CENTRICITY                                                     16,780          16,780  ..............
 227 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                           6,286           6,286  ..............
 230 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                           2,970           2,970  ..............
 233 INSIDER THREAT                                                      5,954           5,954  ..............
 234 HOMELAND DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROGRAM                        2,198           1,198          -1,000
 240 INTELLIGENCE MISSION DATA (IMD)                                     6,889           6,889  ..............
 242 LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                        1,317           1,317  ..............
 243 PACIFIC DISASTER CENTERS                                            1,770           1,770  ..............
 244 DEFENSE PROPERTY ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM                              1,805           1,805  ..............
 246 MQ-9 UAV                                                           18,403          18,403  ..............
 248 AVIATION SYSTEMS                                                  184,993         182,862          -2,131
 249 SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                10,625          10,625  ..............
 250 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                                      102,307         102,307  ..............
 251 WARRIOR SYSTEMS                                                    46,942          55,642          +8,700
 252 SPECIAL PROGRAMS                                                    2,479           2,479  ..............
 253 UNMANNED ISR                                                       27,270          33,270          +6,000
 254 SOF TACTICAL VEHICLES                                               1,121           1,121  ..............
 255 SOF MARITIME SYSTEMS                                               42,471          42,471  ..............
 256 SOF GLOBAL VIDEO SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES                            4,780           4,780  ..............
 257 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS INTELLIGENCE                          12,176          12,176  ..............
 258 TELEPORT PROGRAM                                                    2,323             723          -1,600
 300 NATIONAL SECURITY INNOVATION ACTIVITIES                    ..............          75,000         +75,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    1,096,048       1,228,161        +132,113
 
 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             3,877,898       3,843,141         -34,757
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DEF-WIDE      22,016,553      24,049,621      +2,033,068
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2019 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2 Defense Research Sciences                                         422,130         422,680            +550
         Program increase: DARPA foundational and applied       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          artificial intelligence
         Improving Funds Management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -14,450
   3 Basic Research Initiatives                                         42,702          54,702         +12,000
         Program increase: DEPSCOR                              ..............  ..............         +12,000
   4 Basic Operational Medical Research Science                         47,825          45,275          -2,550
         Improving Funds Management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -12,550
         Program increase: TBI Treatment for blast injuries     ..............  ..............         +10,000
   5 National Defense Education Program                                 85,919         200,919        +115,000
         Basic research program increase                        ..............  ..............        +100,000
         Program increase: Manufacturing engineering education  ..............  ..............         +15,000
          program
   6 Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority              30,412          32,412          +2,000
      Institutions
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............          +2,000
   8 Joint Munitions Technology                                         19,170          21,670          +2,500
         Program increase: Insensitive munitions                ..............  ..............          +2,500
   9 Biomedical Technology                                             101,300          86,700         -14,600
         Improving Funds Management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -14,600
  13 Information & Communications Technology                           395,317         379,817         -15,500
         Program increase: DARPA foundational and applied       ..............  ..............         +35,000
          artificial intelligence
         Improving Funds Management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -50,500
  17 Tactical Technology                                               335,466         321,966         -13,500
         Improving Funds Management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -16,000
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............          +2,500
  18 Materials and Biological Technology                               226,898         218,898          -8,000
         Improving Funds Management: Program delays             ..............  ..............          -8,000
  19 Electronics Technology                                            333,847         363,847         +30,000
         Program increase: DARPA electronics resurgence         ..............  ..............         +30,000
          initiative
  20 Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction Applied Research              161,151         157,151          -4,000
         JIDO unjustified base budget request                   ..............  ..............          -4,000
  24 Combating Terrorism Technology Support                            125,271         120,271          -5,000
         Improving funds management: Unjustified growth         ..............  ..............         -30,000
         Transfer funding from RDDW OCO Line 24: Anti-          ..............  ..............         +25,000
          Tunneling
  25 Foreign Comparative Testing                                        24,532          22,332          -2,200
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -2,200
  27 Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction Advanced Technology           299,858         270,858         -29,000
      Development
         JIDO unjustified base budget request                   ..............  ..............         -29,000
  29 Weapons Technology                                         ..............          13,400         +13,400
         Program increase: Hypersonic Defense                   ..............  ..............         +13,400
  31 Advanced Research                                                  20,365          42,565         +22,200
         Program increase: Hypersonic Defense                   ..............  ..............         +22,200
  34 Advanced Aerospace Systems                                        277,603         327,603         +50,000
         Program increase: Hypersonics weapons programs         ..............  ..............         +50,000
          development and transition
  35 Space Programs and Technology                                     254,671         249,671          -5,000
         Insufficient budget justification: RASR                ..............  ..............          -5,000
  36 Analytic Assessments                                               19,472          18,472          -1,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -1,000
  39 Common Kill Vehicle Technology                                    189,753          56,753        -133,000
         Transfer to line 92 for low power laser demonstrator   ..............  ..............         -78,000
          prototypes post-PDR risk reduction through CDR only
         Restoring acquisition accountability: program          ..............  ..............         -55,000
          adjustment
  45 Joint Capability Technology Demonstrations                        106,049          93,049         -13,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............         -13,000
  47 Defense-Wide Manufacturing Science and Technology Program         114,637         159,887         +45,250
         Program increase: Manufacturing engineering programs   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Program increase: Manufacturing innovation institutes  ..............  ..............         +10,250
         Program increase: Advanced manufacturing               ..............  ..............         +30,000
  48 Manufacturing Technology Program                                   49,667          67,167         +17,500
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Program increase: All solid-state battery development  ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Program increase: Digital innovative design for        ..............  ..............          +5,000
          reliable casting performance
  49 Emerging Capabilities Technology Development                       48,338          60,838         +12,500
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -5,000
         Program increase: Disruptive technology and            ..............  ..............          +7,500
          operational concept for air and missile defense
         Program increase: High-altitude optical                ..............  ..............         +10,000
          reconnaissance unit and sensors
  50 Generic Logistics R&D Technology Demonstrations                    11,778          19,778          +8,000
         Program increase: Liquid hydrocarbon fuels             ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............          +1,000
  52 Strategic Environmental Research Program                           76,514          86,514         +10,000
         Readiness Increase                                     ..............  ..............         +10,000
  53 Microelectronics Technology Development and Support               168,931         203,931         +35,000
         Program increase: Trusted foundry                      ..............  ..............         +30,000
         Program increase: Tunable filter, support for          ..............  ..............          +5,000
          microelectronics development
  55 Advanced Electronics Technologies                                 111,099         118,599          +7,500
         Program increase: Support for the electronics          ..............  ..............          +7,500
          resurgence rnitiative
  57 Network-Centric Warfare Technology                                438,569         434,069          -4,500
         Improving Funds Management: Program delays             ..............  ..............          -4,500
  58 Sensor Technology                                                 190,128         173,601         -16,527
         Improving Funds Management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -18,027
         Program increase: Sensors and processing systems       ..............  ..............          +1,500
          technology
  59 Distributed Learning Advanced Technology Development               13,564          11,564          -2,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -2,000
  61 Quick Reaction Special Projects                                    69,626          59,626         -10,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............         -10,000
  64 Test & Evaluation Science & Technology                             96,389         132,389         +36,000
         Program Increase: Additive manufacturing for           ..............  ..............          +5,000
          hypersonic affordability
         Program Increase: Advanced technology development      ..............  ..............         +16,000
         Program increase: Hypersonics and directed energy      ..............  ..............         +10,000
          test
         Program increase: Workforce development                ..............  ..............          +5,000
  65 Operational Energy Capability Improvement                          40,582          40,582  ..............
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -5,000
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............          +5,000
  71 Environmental Security Technical Certification Program             40,016          42,016          +2,000
         Program increase: Technology demonstration program     ..............  ..............          +2,000
  72 Ballistic Missile Defense Terminal Defense Segment                214,173         398,273        +184,100
         Program increase: USFK JEON                            ..............  ..............        +184,100
  73 Ballistic Missile Defense Midcourse Defense Segment               926,359         803,359        -123,000
         Improving funds management: Boosters with RKVs funded  ..............  ..............         -52,000
          in Public Law 115-141
         Improving funds management: NRE funded in Public Law   ..............  ..............         -65,000
          115-141
         Transfer funding for missile field components to       ..............  ..............         -41,000
          Procurement, Defense-wide, line 27 for proper
          execution: Transfer requested by Missile Defense
          Agency
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Program increase: Discrimination capabilities          ..............  ..............         +25,000
  74 Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Dem/Val                  129,886         113,496         -16,390
         Improving Funds Management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -16,390
  75 Ballistic Missile Defense Sensors                                 220,876         359,176        +138,300
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Program increase: Discrimination capabilities          ..............  ..............         +93,000
         Program increase: Systems engineering                  ..............  ..............         +16,300
         Program increase: USFK JEON                            ..............  ..............         +24,000
  76 BMD Enabling Programs                                             540,926         638,426         +97,500
         Program increase: Cyber assessment                     ..............  ..............         +16,200
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............         +40,000
         Program increase: Discrimination capabilities          ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Program increase: Facilities, sustainment,             ..............  ..............          +3,200
          restoration and modernization
         Program increase: Systems engineering                  ..............  ..............         +34,100
  78 AEGIS BMD                                                         767,539         773,520          +5,981
         Program increase: Discrimination capabilities          ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Program increase: Facilities, sustainment,             ..............  ..............          +1,981
          restoration and modernization
  81 Ballistic Missile Defense Command and Control, Battle             475,168         565,368         +90,200
      Management and Communication
         Restoring acquisition accountability: Spiral 8.2-3     ..............  ..............          -6,200
          scope adjustment
         Restoring acquisition accountability: BMDS Increment   ..............  ..............          -7,100
          8 early to need
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Program increase: Mobile sensor integration            ..............  ..............         +93,500
  85 Sea Based X-Band Radar [SBX]                                      149,715         136,715         -13,000
         Improving funds management: Software upgrades funded   ..............  ..............         -13,000
          in Public Law 115-141
  87 Ballistic Missile Defense Test                                    365,681         518,848        +153,167
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............         +20,000
         Program increase: Facilities, sustainment,             ..............  ..............         +29,000
          restoration and modernization
         Program increase: HALO                                 ..............  ..............         +32,267
         Program increase: USFK JEON                            ..............  ..............         +71,900
  88 Ballistic Missile Defense Targets                                 517,852         561,352         +43,500
         Improving funds management: Boosters with RKVs funded  ..............  ..............         -36,000
          in Public Law 115-141
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Program increase: Special programs target              ..............  ..............         +70,000
         Program increase: USFK JEON                            ..............  ..............          +4,500
  91 Department of Defense Corrosion Program                             3,477           8,477          +5,000
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............          +5,000
  92 Technology Maturation Initiatives                                 148,822         316,822        +168,000
         Transfer from line 39 for low power laser              ..............  ..............         +78,000
          demonstrator prototypes post-PDR risk reduction
          through PDR only
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Program increase: Laser scaling for boost phase        ..............  ..............         +85,000
          intercept
  93 Missile Defeat Project                                             58,607          43,607         -15,000
         Classified Adjustment                                  ..............  ..............         -15,000
  94 Counter Improvised-Threat Demonstration, Prototype                 12,993  ..............         -12,993
      Development, and Testing
         JIDO unjustified base budget request                   ..............  ..............         -12,993
  95 Hypersonic Defense                                                120,444         130,944         +10,500
         Program increase: Hypersonic Defense                   ..............  ..............         +10,500
  96 Advanced Innovative Technologies                                1,431,702       1,496,336         +64,634
         Classified Adjustment                                  ..............  ..............         -24,366
         Program increase: Machine learning and advanced        ..............  ..............         +25,000
          manufacturing
         Program increase: Rail gun with hypervelocity          ..............  ..............         +14,000
          projectile
         Program increase: Quartermaster Pathfinder             ..............  ..............         +50,000
 96A Joint Artificial Intelligence Center                       ..............          83,000         +83,000
         Program increase: Artificial intelligence              ..............  ..............         +83,000
  97 Trusted & Assured Microelectronics                                233,142         595,642        +362,500
         Program increase: Next generation microelectronics     ..............  ..............        +347,000
         Program increase: Joint federated assurance center     ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Program increase: New trust approach development       ..............  ..............          +5,500
  99 Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned System Common                  3,781           7,781          +4,000
      Development
         Program increase: Unmanned traffic management          ..............  ..............          +4,000
 100 Pacific Discriminating Radar                                       95,765          73,147         -22,618
         Restoring acquisition accountability: MD51 early to    ..............  ..............         -22,618
          need
 105 Improved Homeland Defense Interceptors                            561,220         421,820        -139,400
         Improving funds management: Boosters with RKVs funded  ..............  ..............        -139,400
          in Public Law 115-141
 111 Ballistic Missile Defense Midcourse Segment Test                   81,934          72,634          -9,300
         Improving funds management: Boosters with RKVs funded  .............