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                                 Calendar No. 563                            

                            106 th Congress                             

                                 Report                                 

                                                                            

                                                                             

                                 SENATE                                 

                               2d Session                               

                                106 298                                 

                                                                        


              DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATION BILL, 2001             

                                                                         

                  May  18, 2000.--Ordered to be printed                  

                                                                         

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

                          [To accompany S. 2593]                         


      The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 2593) making    
   appropriations for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending 
   September 30, 2001, and for other purposes, reports favorably thereon   
   and recommends that the bill do pass.                                   

New obligational authority                                              



          Total of bill as reported to Senate                $287,630,500,000



          Total of 2001 budget estimate                284,520,572,000



          Amount of fiscal year 2000 enacted                267,752,360,000

    The bill as reported to the Senate:                                     



                                         3,109,928,000



                                         19,878,140,000


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Background:                                                             

           Page                                                                    

          Purpose of the bill                                           

        4                                                                       

          Hearings                                                      

        4                                                                       

          Summary of the bill                                           

        4                                                                       

          Compliance with 302(b) allocation                             

        5                                                                       

   Budgetary impact of the bill                                            

        5                                                                       

                                TITLE I--MILITARY PERSONNEL                       

   Military personnel                                                      

        6                                                                       

   Military personnel, Army                                                

        8                                                                       

   Military personnel, Navy                                                

        8                                                                       

   Military personnel, Marine Corps                                        

        9                                                                       

   Military personnel, Air Force                                           

        9                                                                       

   Reserve personnel, Army                                                 

        10                                                                      

   Reserve personnel, Navy                                                 

        10                                                                      

   Reserve personnel, Marine Corps                                         

        10                                                                      

   Reserve personnel, Air Force                                            

        11                                                                      

   National Guard personnel, Army                                          

        11                                                                      

   National Guard personnel, Air Force                                     

        12                                                                      

                            TITLE II--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE                   

   Operation and maintenance overview                                      

        13                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Army                                         

        15                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Navy                                         

        19                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Marine Corps                                 

        23                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Air Force                                    

        25                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Defense-wide                                 

        28                                                                      

   Reserve and National Guard operation and maintenance                    

        31                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Army Reserve                                 

        31                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Navy Reserve                                 

        32                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve                         

        32                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Air Force Reserve                            

        32                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Army National Guard                          

        33                                                                      

   Operation and maintenance, Air National Guard                           

        35                                                                      

   Overseas contingency operations transfer fund                           

        36                                                                      

   Court of Military Appeals                                               

        36                                                                      

   Environmental restoration                                               

        36                                                                      

   Environmental restoration, Army                                         

        37                                                                      

   Environmental restoration, Navy                                         

        37                                                                      

   Environmental restoration, Air Force                                    

        37                                                                      

   Environmental restoration, defense-wide                                 

        37                                                                      

   Environmental restoration, formerly used defense sites                  

        37                                                                      

   Overseas humanitarian, disaster, and civic aid                          

        38                                                                      

   Former Soviet Union threat reduction                                    

        38                                                                      

                                   TITLE III--PROCUREMENT                         

   Estimates and appropriation summary                                     

        40                                                                      

   Items of special interest                                               

        41                                                                      

   Aircraft procurement, Army                                              

        41                                                                      

   Missile procurement, Army                                               

        43                                                                      

   Procurement of weapons and tracked combat vehicles, Army                

        45                                                                      

   Procurement of ammunition, Army                                         

        48                                                                      

   Other procurement, Army                                                 

        51                                                                      

   Aircraft procurement, Navy                                              

        60                                                                      

   Weapons procurement, Navy                                               

        63                                                                      

   Procurement of ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps                        

        66                                                                      

   Shipbuilding and conversion, Navy                                       

        68                                                                      

   Other procurement, Navy                                                 

        70                                                                      

   Procurement, Marine Corps                                               

        76                                                                      

   Aircraft procurement, Air Force                                         

        79                                                                      

   Missile procurement, Air Force                                          

        83                                                                      

   Procurement of ammunition, Air Force                                    

        85                                                                      

   Other procurement, Air Force                                            

        86                                                                      

   Procurement, defense-wide                                               

        90                                                                      

   National Guard and Reserve equipment                                    

        93                                                                      

                    TITLE IV--RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION          

   Summary of Committee action                                             

        96                                                                      

   Research, development, test, and evaluation, Army                       

        97                                                                      

   Research, development, test, and evaluation, Navy                       

        106                                                                     

   Research, development, test, and evaluation, Air Force                  

        115                                                                     

   Research, development, test, and evaluation, defense-wide               

        125                                                                     

   Operational test and evaluation, defense                                

        134                                                                     

                          TITLE V--REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS                 

   Defense working capital funds adjustments                               

        136                                                                     

   National defense mobility fund                                          

        136                                                                     

                    TITLE VI--OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS          

   Chemical agents and munitions destruction, Defense                      

        138                                                                     

   Defense Health Program                                                  

        139                                                                     

   Drug interdiction and counterdrug activities, defense                   

        143                                                                     

   Office of the Inspector General                                         

        144                                                                     

                                TITLE VII--RELATED AGENCIES                       

   Central Intelligence Agency retirement and disability system fund       

        145                                                                     

   Community management staff                                              

        145                                                                     

   National security education trust fund                                  

        145                                                                     

      Kaho'olawe Island conveyance, remediation and environmental          
   restoration trust fund                                                  
        145                                                                     

                                         TITLE VIII                               

   General provisions                                                      

        146                                                                     

   Compliance with paragraph 7, rule 16, standing rules of the Senate      

        152                                                                     

   Compliance with paragraph 7(c), rule 26, standing rules of the Senate   

        152                                                                     


                                         BACKGROUND                               

                                    PURPOSE OF THE BILL                           

      This bill makes appropriations for the military functions of the     
   Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2000, through September 
   30, 2001. 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 military assistance, military            
   construction, family housing, nuclear weapons programs, and civil       
   defense are provided in other bills.                                    
                                          HEARINGS                                

      The Subcommittee on Department of Defense Appropriations began       
   hearings on the fiscal year 2001 budget request on March 1, 2000, and   
   concluded them on May 3, 2000, after eight separate sessions. The       
   subcommittee heard testimony from representatives of the Department of  
   Defense, other Federal agencies, representatives of organizations, and  
   the public.                                                             
                                    SUMMARY OF THE BILL                           

      The Committee considered a total fiscal year 2001 budget request of  
   $284,520,572,000 in new obligational authority for the military         
   functions of the Department of Defense, excluding military assistance,  
   military construction, family housing and civil defense. The fiscal year
   2000 enacted amounts in this report do not include the fiscal year 2000 
   emergency supplemental funding reported by the Committee on May 9, 2000.
   The following table displays the recommendations for each title:        

                                                       [In thousands of dollars]                                                      

                                                         Fiscal year 2000 enacted    Fiscal year 2001 request    Committee recommendation    

Title I--Military personnel                              73,894,693                  75,801,666                  75,817,487                  
Title II--Operation and maintenance                      92,234,779                  96,280,113                  96,720,882                  
Title III--Procurement                                   52,980,714                  59,266,603                  57,896,122                  
Title IV--Research, development, test, and evaluation    37,605,560                  37,862,401                  39,597,489                  
Title V--Revolving and management funds                  807,544                     1,304,434                   4,195,357                   
Title VI--Other Department of Defense programs           13,168,961                  13,587,774                  14,190,824                  
Title VII--Related agencies                              410,115                     385,581                     460,281                     
Title VIII--General provisions                            -3,350,006                 32,000                       -1,247,942                 
                                                         --------------------------  --------------------------  --------------------------  
Grand total                                              267,752,360                 284,520,572                 287,630,500                 

                      CLASSIFIED PROGRAM ADJUSTMENTS                     

      The Committee recommends adjustments to certain classified programs, 
   as explained in the classified annex to the Committee's report.         
                            COMPLIANCE WITH 302( B ) ALLOCATION                   

      The Appropriations Committee conformed fully to the budget resolution
   for defense spending in its 302(b) allocation. This allocation divided  
   the budget authority and outlays among the subcommittees with           
   jurisdiction over discretionary spending. The Defense Subcommittee has  
   the greatest share of defense spending. In this recommended bill, the   
   Appropriations Committee has remained within the tight constraints of   
   its 302(b) allocation for defense.                                      

                                                                                                             BUDGETARY IMPACT OF BILL                                                                                                            
                                                               PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE PURSUANT TO SEC. 308(a), PUBLIC LAW 93 344, AS AMENDED                                                              
                                                                                                             [In millions of dollars]                                                                                                            

                                                                                                                                                                                  Budget authority                                Outlays                   

                                                                                                                                                                        Committee allocation    Amount of bill    Committee allocation    Amount of bill  

Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations to its subcommittees of amounts in the First Concurrent Resolution for 2001: Subcommittee on Defense:                        10                10                       6          \1\MDRV6  
Projections of outlays associated with the recommendation:                                                                                                                                                                                \2\MDRV188,097  
Financial assistance to State and local governments for 2001                                                                                                                              NA                10                      NA                 4  

\1\MDRVIncludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.                                                                                                                                                                                       
\2\MDRVExcludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.                                                                                                                                                                                       
NA: Not applicable.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
Note.--Amount for general purpose discretionary reflects Senate Budget Committee estimate of section 8108.                                                                                                                                      


                                          TITLE I                                 

                                     MILITARY PERSONNEL                           

      Funds appropriated under this title provide for basic pay, retired   
   pay accrual, employer's contribution for Social Security taxes, basic   
   allowance for housing, basic allowance for subsistence, special and     
   incentive pays, permanent change of station travel, and other personnel 
   costs for uniformed members of the Armed Forces.                        
      The President's fiscal year 2001 budget requests a total of          
   $75,801,666,000 for military personnel appropriations. This request     
   funds an Active Component end strength of 1,381,600 and a Reserve       
   Component end strength of 865,700, for a Total Force end strength of    
   2,247,300.                                                              
                       SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION                       

      The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations totaling  
   $75,817,487,000 for fiscal year 2001. This is $15,821,000 above the     
   budget estimate.                                                        
      The Committee recommends funding an Active Component end strength of 
   1,381,600 for fiscal year 2001, the same as the budget estimate. The    
   Committee recommends funding a Reserve Component end strength of 865,868
   for fiscal year 2001, an increase of 168 to the budget estimate.        
   Accordingly, the Committee recommends funding a Total Force end strength
   of 2,247,468 for fiscal year 2001, an increase of 168 to the budget     
   estimate.                                                               
      Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for fiscal   
   year 2001 are summarized below:                                         

                           SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS                          
                                    [In thousands of dollars]                                    

Item                   2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

Active:                          22,198,457                  22,173,929                        -24,528  
                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Subtotal                         65,046,488                  64,993,281                        -53,207  
                     ======================  ==========================  =============================  
Selected Reserve:                 2,433,880                   2,458,961                        +25,081  
                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Subtotal                         10,755,178                  10,824,206                        +69,028  
                     ======================  ==========================  =============================  
Grand total                      75,801,666                  75,817,487                        +15,821  

      Committee recommended end-strengths for fiscal year 2001 are         
   summarized below:                                                       

                                     RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH                                    

Item                   2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

Active:                             480,000                     480,000                                 
                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Subtotal                          1,381,600                   1,381,600                                 
                     ======================  ==========================  =============================  
Selected Reserve:                   205,000                     205,000                                 
                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Subtotal                            865,700                     865,868                           +168  
                     ======================  ==========================  =============================  
Grand total                       2,247,300                   2,247,468                           +168  

      Committee recommended end-strengths for full-time support of the     
   Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2001 are summarized below:            

                          RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH                          

Item                       2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

Army Reserve                             12,806                      12,806                                 
Naval Reserve                            14,649                      14,649                                 
Marine Corps Reserve                      2,203                       2,261                            +58  
Air Force Reserve                         1,278                       1,278                                 
Army National Guard                      22,448                      22,974                           +526  
Air National Guard                       11,148                      11,170                            +22  
                         ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Total                                    64,532                      65,138                           +606  


                            RECOMMENDED MILITARY TECHNICIANS END STRENGTH                           

Item                      2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

Army Reserve                             6,444                       6,444                                 
Air Force Reserve                        9,733                       9,733                                 
Army National Guard                     23,957                      24,728                           +771  
Air National Guard                      22,547                      22,547                                 
                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Total                                   62,681                      63,452                           +771  

                                  MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY                        




          Appropriations, 2000           $22,006,361,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                22,198,457,000



          Committee recommendation                22,173,929,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $22,173,929,000. This is
   $24,528,000 below the budget estimate.                                  
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget Activity 2, Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:            



          MDRVMDRV 90 Selective Reenlistment Bonuses                 +20,000



          MDRV 90 Enlistment Bonuses                 +35,000



          MDRV 90 Loan Repayment Program                 +6,000



          MDRV 90 Increased Special Duty Assignment Pay                 +7,000

   Budget Activity 5, Permanent Change of Station:                         



          166 Excess PCS requirements                 -22,000

   Budget Activity 6, Other Military Personnel Costs:                      



          185 Excess unemployment compensation                 -1,728

   Undistributed:                                                          



          40Personnel underexecution                 -68,800

                                                                            



          MDRV Total adjustments                 -24,528


                                  MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY                        




          Appropriations, 2000           $17,258,823,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                17,742,897,000



          Committee recommendation                17,877,215,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $17,877,215,000. This is
   $134,318,000 above the budget estimate.                                 
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget Activity 1, Pay and Allowances of Officers:                      



          MDRV 40 Career Sea Pay reform                 +7,000

   Budget Activity 2, Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:            



          MDRV 80 Basic Allowance for Housing (shipboard E4s)                 +21,000



          MDRV 90 Career Sea Pay reform                 +110,000



          MDRV 90 Selective Reenlistment Bonuses                 +20,000



          MDRV 90 Enlistment Bonuses                 +24,000



          MDRV 90 Increased Special Duty Assignment Pay                 +6,000

   Budget Activity 5, Permanent Change of Station:                         



          166 Excess PCS requirements                 -12,500

   Budget Activity 6, Other Military Personnel Costs:                      



          185 Excess unemployment compensation                 -1,182

   Undistributed:                                                          



          40Personnel underexecution                 -40,000

                                                                            



          MDRV Total adjustments                 +134,318


                              MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                    




          Appropriations, 2000           $6,555,403,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                6,822,300,000



          Committee recommendation                6,831,373,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $6,831,373,000. This is 
   $9,073,000 above the budget estimate.                                   
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget Activity 2, Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:            



          MDRV 90 Selective Reenlistment Bonuses                 +12,000



          MDRV 90 Enlistment Bonuses                 +6,000



          MDRV 90 Marine Corps College Fund                 +6,600



          MDRV 90 Increased Special Duty Assignment Pay                 +4,000



          MDRVMDRV 90 Career Sea Pay reform                 +1,000

   Budget Activity 5, Permanent Change of Station:                         



          166 Excess PCS requirements                 -5,000

   Budget Activity 6, Other Military Personnel Costs:                      



          185 Excess unemployment compensation                 -527

   Undistributed:                                                          



          40Personnel underexecution                 -15,000

                                                                            



          MDRV Total adjustments                 +9,073


                               MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                      




          Appropriations, 2000           $17,861,803,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                18,282,834,000



          Committee recommendation                18,110,764,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $18,110,764,000. This is
   $172,070,000 below the budget estimate.                                 
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget Activity 1, Pay and Allowances of Officers:                      



          MDRV 35 Excess Aviation Continuation Pay                 -3,750



          MDRV 35 Excess Aviation Continuation Pay                 -5,000

   Budget Activity 2, Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:            



          MDRV 90 Selective Reenlistment Bonuses                 +29,000



          MDRV 90 Enlistment Bonuses                 +7,500



          MDRV 90 Increased Special Duty Assignment Pay                 +4,000



          MDRV 90 College Loan Payback Program                 +6,000

   Budget Activity 5, Permanent Change of Station:                         



          166 Excess PCS requirements                 -17,500

   Budget Activity 6, Other Military Personnel Costs:                      



          185 Excess unemployment compensation                 -520

   Undistributed:                                                          



          40Personnel underexecution                 -195,000



          40Fund 94 B 52 bomber force structure                 +3,200

                                                                            



          MDRV Total adjustments                 -172,070


                                  RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY                         




          Appropriations, 2000           $2,289,996,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                2,433,880,000



          Committee recommendation                2,458,961,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,458,961,000. This is 
   $25,081,000 above the budget estimate.                                  
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget Activity 1, Unit and Individual Training:                        



          MDRV 10 Annual Training                 +10,000



          MDRV 10 Additional Training Periods/Readiness Management Periods                 +2,000



          MDRV 10 Inactive Duty Training for military funeral honors                 +2,700



          MDRV 10 Additional Inactive Duty Training                 +5,000



          MDRV 10 Excess Annual Training, Travel                 -119



          MDRV 30 Unjustified Initial Active Duty for Training                 -2,000

   Budget Activity 2, Other Training and Support:                          



          MDRV 90 Excess PCS requirements                 -2,500



          100 MGIB shortfall              +3,000



          100 MGIB kicker                 +7,000

                                                                            



          MDRV Total adjustments                 +25,081


                                  RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY                         




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,473,388,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,528,385,000



          Committee recommendation                1,539,490,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,539,490,000. This is 
   $11,105,000 above the budget estimate.                                  
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget Activity 1, Unit and Individual Training:                        



          MDRV 10 Additional Training Periods/Readiness Management Periods                 +2,000



          MDRV 10 Inactive Duty Training for military funeral honors                 +1,000



          MDRV 10 Annual Training                 +10,000



          MDRV 10 Unjustified subsistence                 -155



          MDRV 10 Unjustified uniform allowance                 -246



          MDRV 10 Unjustified clothing issue                 -2,177



          MDRV 10 Travel, Inactive Duty Training                 +1,500

   Budget Activity 2, Other Training and Support:                          



          MDRV 70 Active Duty Training--Schools                 +2,000



          MDRV 90 Career Sea Pay reform                 +2,000



          MDRV 90 Basic Allowance for Housing (shipboard E4s)                 +1,000



          MDRV 90 Excess PCS requirements                 -7,450



          MDRV 90 Active Duty for Special Work                 +1,000



          100 MGIB kicker                 +1,734



          120 Excess AFHPSP annual grant                 -1,101

                                                                            



          MDRV Total adjustments                 +11,105


                              RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $412,650,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                436,386,000



          Committee recommendation                446,586,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $446,586,000. This is   
   $10,200,000 above the budget estimate.                                  
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget Activity 1, Unit and Individual Training:                        



          MDRV 10 Additional Training Periods/Readiness Management Periods                 +1,000



          MDRV 10 Inactive Duty Training for military funeral honors                 +1,000



          MDRV 10 Annual Training                 +2,000

   Budget Activity 2, Other Training and Support:                          



          MDRV 80 Active Duty for Special Work                 +1,000



          MDRV 90 Enlistment Bonuses                 +1,000



          MDRV 90 Reenlistment Bonuses                 +1,000



          MDRV 90 Affiliation Bonuses                 +300



          MDRV 90 Additional 58 Active Reserve end strength                 +1,900



          100 MGIB kicker                 +1,000

                                                                            



          MDRV Total adjustments                 +10,200


                                RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                      




          Appropriations, 2000           $892,594,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                981,710,000



          Committee recommendation                963,752,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $963,752,000. This is   
   $17,958,000 below the budget estimate.                                  
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget Activity 1, Unit and Individual Training:                        



          MDRV 10 Budget re-estimation                 -1,671



          MDRV 10 Inactive Duty Training for military funeral honors                 +1,380



          MDRV 10 Unjustified Active Duty Training travel                 -19,258

   Budget Activity 2, Other Training and Support:                          



          MDRV 90 Budget re-estimation                 -1,139



          MDRV 90 Excess PCS requirements                 -1,104



          MDRV 90 Aviation Continuation Pay                 +3,750



          100 MGIB kicker                 +5,500

   Undistributed:                                                          



          40Mispriced CY01 pay raise                 -1,444



          40Unjustified program growth                 -3,972

                                                                            



          MDRV Total adjustments                 -17,958



                               NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $3,610,479,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                3,747,636,000



          Committee recommendation                3,781,236,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,781,236,000. This is 
   $33,600,000 above the budget estimate.                                  
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               



          Additional full-time support (AGR)                 +17,500



          Emergency spill response program                 +1,110



          Advanced training shortfall                 +15,000

                                                                            



           Total adjustments              +33,600


                            NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                   




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,533,196,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,627,181,000



          Committee recommendation                1,634,181,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,634,181,000. This is 
   $7,000,000 above the budget estimate.                                   
                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               



          Aviation Continuation Pay                 +5,000



          Additional full-time support (AGR)                 +2,000

                                                                            



           Total adjustments              +7,000



                                          TITLE II                                

                                 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE                        

      The Committee recommends appropriations totaling $96,720,882,000 in  
   title II, operation and maintenance, for fiscal year 2001. This is      
   $440,769,000 above the budget estimate. The Committee also recommends   
   that $150,000,000 be transferred from the national defense stockpile    
   transaction fund. The Committee recommendations, by appropriation       
   account, are compared with the budget estimate in the following table:  

                                             SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE                                            
                                                  [In thousands of dollars]                                                  

                                                 2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation      Change from budget estimate  

O&M:                                             19,073,731              19,049,881                                        -23,850  
Transfer--stockpile                              (50,000)                (50,000)                                                   
Transfer--stockpile                              (50,000)                (50,000)                                                   
Transfer--stockpile                              (50,000)                (50,000)                                                   
Overseas contingency operations transfer fund    4,100,577               4,100,577                                                  
Court of Military Appeals                        8,574                   8,574                                                      
Environmental restoration:                       389,932                 389,932                                                    
Former Soviet Union threat reduction             458,400                 458,400                                                    
Humanitarian assistance                          64,900                  55,900                                             -9,000  
                                                 ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Total                                            96,430,113              96,870,882                                       +440,769  

                    Operation and Maintenance Overview                   

      Operation and maintenance appropriations provide the resources       
   required by the U.S. Armed Forces, and supporting defense agencies, 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.                                                             
              OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS TRANSFER FUND              

      Despite the concerns of the Committee expressed in Senate Report 106 
   53, and the requirements set forth in section 8110 of Public Law 106 79,
   the Office of the Secretary of Defense has failed to provide adequate   
   oversight to the planning, programming and budgeting for contingency    
   operations. The clear intention of the Committee in creating the        
   Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund (OCOTF) was to provide    
   ample resources for the conduct of unforeseen contingencies, thereby    
   protecting the resources provided for training and combat readiness. The
   need for OCOTF funding was most acute during those instances when the   
   budget request failed to acknowledge the protracted duration of U.S.    
   military operations in the Balkans.                                     
      Although the budget request for fiscal year 2001 foresees ongoing    
   patrolling, policing, and peacekeeping activities, the Office of the    
   Secretary of Defense (OSD) has abdicated oversight responsibilities for 
   OCOTF. As Senate Report 106 53 observed, the Readiness panel of the     
   Quadrennial Defense Review presented several alternatives for the       
   funding of peacekeeping operations to the Secretary of Defense. The     
   Secretary chose not to implement any of those alternatives. Current     
   Department policy for the funding of contingency operations permits the 
   respective Armed Services to define the incremental contingency costs   
   within their base programs. During fiscal year 2000 the services used   
   contingency funds for routine base operations, depot maintenance, real  
   property maintenance, and planned training. Under the existing OSD      
   policy, three methodologies (those of the Air Force, and the Navy's     
   Atlantic and Pacific Fleets), were permitted for determining contingency
   flying hour costs. As in past years, the Army was allowed to transfer   
   funding for operating forces to service administrative activities and   
   subsequently request additional training funding.                       
      The Department is directed to provide the Committee and the General  
   Accounting Office reports identifying contingency related expenses no   
   later than 30 days after the end of each month for which contingency    
   costs are incurred.                                                     
                 Biometrics Information Assurance program                

      The Committee recommends additional funding for the biometrics       
   information assurance program in various service operation and          
   maintenance accounts. The Department is encouraged to include funding   
   for this program in future year budget requests.                        
                    Container Use Maximization Report                    

      The Committee recognizes the increased use of intermodal containers  
   in the domestic and international transportation of cargo, and directs  
   the Department of Defense (DOD) to investigate the logistical and       
   economic efficiencies that could be achieved through the intermodal     
   transportation of DOD cargo. The Committee directs the DOD to produce a 
   report within 1 year from the enactment date of this legislation which  
   outlines in detail the inventory of DOD-owned container equipment and   
   its readiness condition, the percentage of equipment that is currently  
   being containerized, and provides an analysis of the steps taken by the 
   unified Transportation Command (TRANSCOM) to maximize container usage as
   part of the overall sealift operation. The report should also evaluate  
   the operational procedures and potential economic savings from          
   TRANSCOM's Master Container Contract with container lessors. Based on   
   this evaluation the Committee directs DOD to make recommendations for   
   the future use of long-term leases, container pools, paperwork reduction
   through electronic means, and other private sector business practices to
   enhance their national security/transport responsibilities and to reduce
   cost.                                                                   
                              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $19,256,152,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                19,073,731,000



          Committee recommendation                19,049,881,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $19,049,881,000. This is
   $23,850,000 below the budget estimate.                                  
                     SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                    

      Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each operation 
   and maintenance, Army funding category identified in the Department's O 
   1 submission. A table showing the budget estimate, Committee adjustment,
   and recommended funding level by O 1 category is provided below.        
   Proposed transfers of funds within budget activity funding categories in
   excess of $15,000,000 are subject to standard reprogramming procedures. 


                                                      [In thousands of dollars]                                                      

Item                                                     2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY                                                                                                             
BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:                                                                                                        
 LAND FORCES:                                                                                                                                
DIVISIONS                                                1,174,856               1,179,856                    +5,000                        
CORPS COMBAT FORCES                                      321,297                 321,297                                                    
CORPS SUPPORT FORCES                                     350,844                 350,844                                                    
ECHELON ABOVE CORPS FORCES                               503,390                 503,390                                                    
LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                           980,512                 980,512                                                    
 LAND FORCES READINESS:                                                                                                                      
FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                       1,144,565               1,144,565                                                  
LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS                            531,614                 527,914                      -3,700                        
LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE                            694,662                 697,162                      +2,500                        
 LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT:                                                                                                              
BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (OPERATING FORCES)               2,698,913               2,698,913                                                  
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (OPERATING FORCES)             916,378                 933,378                      +17,000                       
MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                  131,042                 127,042                      -4,000                        
UNIFIED COMMANDS                                         82,388                  87,388                       +5,000                        
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES                                    50,620                  50,620                                                     
                                                         ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 9,581,081               9,602,881                    +21,800                       
BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION:                                                                                                            
 MOBILITY OPERATIONS:                                                                                                                        
STRATEGIC MOBILIZATION                                   309,219                 309,219                                                    
ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS                                130,471                 130,471                                                    
INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                  66,557                  57,557                       -9,000                        
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (MOBILITY OPERATIONS)          20,666                  20,666                                                     
                                                         ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 526,913                 517,913                      -9,000                        
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:                                                                                                 
 ACCESSION TRAINING:                                                                                                                         
OFFICER ACQUISITION                                      73,963                  73,963                                                     
RECRUIT TRAINING                                         15,728                  15,728                                                     
ONE STATION UNIT TRAINING                                14,618                  14,618                                                     
SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS                  134,581                 135,831                      +1,250                        
BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (ACCESSION TRAINING)             75,468                  75,468                                                     
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (ACCESSION TRAINING)           49,668                  49,668                                                     
 BASIC SKILL/ADVANCE TRAINING:                                                                                                               
SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                               242,799                 244,299                      +1,500                        
FLIGHT TRAINING                                          323,414                 323,414                                                    
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                       100,260                 97,760                       -2,500                        
TRAINING SUPPORT                                         417,639                 419,139                      +1,500                        
BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (BASIC SKILL/ADV TRAIN- ING)     845,136                 845,136                                                    
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (BASIC SKILL/ADV TRAINING)     264,642                 264,642                                                    
 RECRUITING/OTHER TRAINING:                                                                                                                  
RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                               385,251                 382,251                      -3,000                        
EXAMINING                                                77,700                  77,700                                                     
OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                         87,629                  87,629                                                     
CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                          79,207                  74,207                       -5,000                        
JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS                  77,491                  84,091                       +6,600                        
BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (RECRUIT/OTHER TRAIN- ING)       188,375                 188,375                                                    
                                                         ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
 TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                 3,453,569               3,453,919                    +350                          
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE: ACTIVITIES:    472,588                 472,588                                                    
 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS:                                                                                                                       
SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                               488,831                 488,831                                                    
CENTRAL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES                                365,993                 360,993                      -5,000                        
LOGISTIC SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                              356,748                 366,748                      +10,000                       
AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT                                    339,518                 339,518                                                    
 SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT:                                                                                                                        
ADMINISTRATION                                           327,113                 331,113                      +4,000                        
SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                               466,906                 468,906                      +2,000                        
MANPOWER MANAGEMENT                                      164,992                 163,992                      -1,000                        
OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                  154,893                 154,893                                                    
OTHER SERVICE SUPPORT                                    739,315                 741,315                      +2,000                        
ARMY CLAIMS ACTIVITIES                                   112,851                 112,851                                                    
REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT                                   69,439                  69,439                                                     
BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT)            1,076,077               1,076,077                                                  
COMMISSARY OPERATIONS                                                                                                                       
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (SERVICEWIDE SUP- PORT)        177,821                 182,321                      +4,500                        
 SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS:                                                                                                                   
INTERNATIONAL MILITARY HEADQUARTERS                      194,381                 194,381                                                    
MISC SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS                            54,702                  52,702                       -2,000                        
EXPANSION OF NATO                                                                                                                           
                                                         ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                 5,562,168               5,576,668                    +14,500                       
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS UNDISTRIBUTED                                                1,000                        +1,000                        
GENERAL REDUCTION, NATIONAL DEFENSE STOCKPILE FUND        -50,000                 -50,000                                                   
BASE SUPPORT                                                                                                                                
MEMORIAL EVENTS                                                                                                                             
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                   
CONTRACT AND ADVISORY SERVICES                                                    -20,000                     -20,000                       
EXCESS CARRYOVER, WORKING CAPITAL FUND                                            -40,500                     -40,500                       
MEMORIAL TUNNEL, CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT                                          5,000                        +5,000                        
WMD, CIVIL SUPPORT TEAMS                                                         5,000                        +5,000                        
UNOBLIGATED BALANCE, PENTAGON RENOVATION                                          -2,000                      -2,000                        
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS                                                                                                                     
REDUCTION IN JCS EXERCISES                                                                                                                  
SPARES/WRM                                                                                                                                  
COMMUNICATIONS REDUCTION                                                                                                                    
                                                         ======================  ==========================  =============================  
TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY                   19,073,731              19,049,881                   -23,850                       
TRANSFER                                                 (50,000)                (50,000)                                                   
                                                         ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABLE                                  (19,123,731)            (19,099,881)                ( -23,850)                     

                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:                                    



          MDRVMDRV 250MDRV Military Gator                 +5,000



          MDRV 600 Strike force funding                 -15,000



          MDRV 600 Land forces system readiness, other contracts, other pur- chases                 -10,000



          MDRV 600 GCCS USFK              +11,300



          MDRV 600 HEMTT vehicle recapitalization                 +10,000



          MDRV 650 Maintenance Automatic Identification Technology                 +2,000



          MDRV 650 LOGTECH                +500



          MDRV 800 Fort Wainwright utilidors                 +10,000



          MDRV 800 Fort Greely runway repairs                 +7,000



          MDRV 850 Management HQ                 -4,000



          MDRV 900 Hunter UAV             +5,000

   Budget activity 2: Mobilization:                                        



          1300 Industrial Preparedness, underexecution and UPC subsidy                 -32,000



          1300 Rock Island UPC subsidy                 +11,500



          1300 Watervliet UPC subsidy                 +11,500

   Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:                             



          1650 Air Battle Captain                 +1,250



          1850 Joint Assessment Neurological Examination Equipment                 +1,500



          1950 Professional Development Education, NDU                 -2,500



          2000 Fort Knox, Distance Learning                 +1,500



          2200 Recruiting contracts and studies                 -3,000



          2350 Civilian Education and Training                 -5,000



          2400 JROTC                      +6,600

   Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:           



          2800 Central Supply Activities                 -5,000



          2850 JCALS                      +10,000



          3000 Administration             -4,000



          3000 Biometrics support                 +8,000



          3100 Manpower Management, travel                 -1,000



          3200 Army conservation and ecosystem management                 +2,000



          3050 Information Assurance-USFK IT security                 +2,000



          3400 Rock Island Bridge Repairs                 +2,500



          3400 Fort Des Moines, Historic OCS memorial                 +2,000



          3650 Misc. Support of Other nations                 -2,000

   Undistributed:                                                          



          3710 Classified                 +1,000



          3760 Contract and Advisory Services                 -20,000



          3762 Excess Carryover, Working Capital Fund                 -40,500



          3764 Memorial Tunnel, Consequence management                 +5,000



          3766 WMD Civil Support Teams, Emergency Responder training                 +5,000



          3768 Unobligated balance, Pentagon Renovation                 -2,000


                          COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                          

       Program reductions .--The Committee supports the Army efforts to    
   adapt force structure, doctrine and technology to better meet future    
   security threats. The Committee has provided funding for the Army       
   transformation, training and maintenance. The Committee recommends      
   several adjustments to programs with unjustified program growth such as 
   headquarters increases, and administration.                             
       Unutilized Plant Capacity .--The Committee questions the degree to  
   which the Army plans to provide a direct cash subsidy to Watervliet     
   Arsenal, as described in the budget request. The Committee has          
   reallocated the direct funding for fiscal year 2001 to both Watervliet  
   and Rock Island Arsenals (an increase of $11,500,000 for Rock Island    
   Arsenal above the budget request, and a reduction for Watervliet), and  
   reduced the request for industrial preparedness due to under execution. 
   The Committee is aware that the Office of the Secretary of Defense has  
   directed the Army to study the scale and capacity of the arsenals and   
   ammunition plants, in an effort to mitigate the need for further cash   
   subsidies. The Army shall provide this report to the Committee no later 
   than September 15, 2000.                                                
       Real Property Maintenance .--Despite the determined efforts of the  
   Committee to fund the training operations which the Army conducts to    
   achieve measurable readiness standards, the service has repeatedly      
   failed to execute the plans presented to, and approved by Congress. The 
   Army explains this migration of training resources to other activities  
   as ``fact-of-life'' adjustments required to balance funding levels      
   across the Operation and Maintenance appropriation. To protect the      
   training subactivity groups associated with operational readiness, the  
   Committee has supported fully the Army's real property maintenance and  
   base operations plan. The Committee directs that real property          
   maintenance funds recommended in the bill shall provide the following   
   program in fiscal year 2001:                                            


          [In thousands of dollars]MDRV                                           

MDRV                                                                    

Committee                                                               

Command                                                                 





          AMCMDSU                        100,164



          ATEC                           31,412



          COE                            3,819



          EUSA                           117,400



          FORSCOM                        315,000



          MDW                            39,800



          MEDCOM                         19,012



          MTMC                           11,650



          OSA                            15,000



          TRADOC                         265,000



          USAREUR                        284,250



          USARPAC                        172,000



          USARSO                         5,000



          USMA                           49,668

                                                                             


 1,429,175                                                               



       Air Battle Captain .--The Committee has included $1,250,000 for the 
   Air Battle Captain helicopter flight training program. Of this amount,  
   $250,000 shall be directed to a national recruitment campaign           
   specifically targeted to the program. The Secretary of the Army is      
   directed to provide a detailed recruitment plan to the Committee for its
   review within sixty days of enactment of this Act. The Committee intends
   that the balance of this funding shall be expended on activities        
   directly associated with flight training prescribed by the Air Battle   
   Captain program curriculum for helicopter training.                     
       Joint Assessment Neurological Examination Equipment Upgrade for     
   combat medical specialist .--The Committee recommends an additional     
   $1,500,000 for the Army Medical Center and School to continue the joint 
   assessment neurological evaluation equipment upgrade for training and   
   sustainment proficiency of the combat medical specialist.               
       Recruiting studies .--The Committee continues to support the        
   recruiting efforts of the armed services. Nevertheless, within the      
   Department of Defense studies of the recruiting market are manifold. The
   Defense Human Resources Activity conducts the Joint Market Research     
   Program, the Office of the Secretary of Defense conducts studies        
   regarding policy options for recruiting the college market, and the     
   Army's Office of Economic and Manpower Analysis studies the recruiting  
   market and costs. Given the wealth of information available to the      
   Department, the Committee has adjusted the funding available for        
   contractor studies to programs of a higher priority.                    
       Charlestown Naval Auxiliary Landing Field .--The Committee          
   encourages the Corps of the Engineers to complete the remaining         
   environmental remediation work at this site as expeditiously as         
   possible.                                                               
       Mounted Urban Combat Training .--The Committee notes that the       
   Mounted Urban Combat Training (MUCT) site was dedicated earlier this    
   year at Fort Knox. The MUCT provides excellent training opportunities   
   for mounted forces in urban settings, and the Committee strongly        
   supports increased emphasis on this type of training. Therefore, the    
   Committee directs the Army to provide an additional $4,000,000 to       
   further enhance the MUCT's simulation infrastructure.                   
                              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $22,958,784,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                23,250,154,000



          Committee recommendation                23,398,254,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $23,398,254,000. This is
   $148,100,000 above the budget estimate.                                 
                     SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                    

      Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each operation 
   and maintenance, Navy funding category identified in the Department's O 
   1 submission. A table showing the budget estimate, Committee adjustment,
   and recommended funding level by O 1 category is provided below.        
   Proposed transfers of funds within budget activity funding categories in
   excess of $15,000,000 are subject to standard reprogramming procedures. 


                                                      [In thousands of dollars]                                                     

Item                                                    2000 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY                                                                                                            
BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:                                                                                                       
 AIR OPERATIONS:                                                                                                                            
MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS                     2,636,230               2,636,230                                                  
FLEET AIR TRAINING                                      798,956                 798,956                                                    
INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE                                59,407                  59,407                                                     
AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY SUPPORT                       102,182                 102,182                                                    
AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE                              648,745                 653,745                      +5,000                        
AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                       22,044                  22,044                                                     
 SHIP OPERATIONS:                                                                                                                           
MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS                       2,237,075               2,237,075                                                  
SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING                   539,919                 539,919                                                    
INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE                                393,478                 393,478                                                    
SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                  2,113,052               2,145,052                    +32,000                       
SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                           1,050,703               1,086,703                    +36,000                       
 COMBAT OPERATIONS/SUPPORT:                                                                                                                 
COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                   371,080                 371,080                                                    
ELECTRONIC WARFARE                                      16,452                  16,452                                                     
SPACE SYSTEMS AND SURVEILLANCE                          167,779                 167,779                                                    
WARFARE TACTICS                                         141,835                 161,835                      +20,000                       
OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY                257,981                 269,981                      +12,000                       
COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES                                   548,600                 548,600                                                    
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                                   163,062                 163,062                                                    
DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                791                     791                                                        
 WEAPONS SUPPORT:                                                                                                                           
CRUISE MISSILE                                          139,779                 139,779                                                    
FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE                                 816,722                 816,722                                                    
IN-SERVICE WEAPONS SYSTEMS SUPPORT                      48,635                  48,635                                                     
WEAPONS MAINTENANCE                                     381,806                 403,806                      +22,000                       
 BASE SUPPORT:                                                                                                                              
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               866,050                 866,050                                                    
BASE SUPPORT                                            2,151,215               2,151,215                                                  
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                16,692,678              16,819,678                   +127,000                      
BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION:                        428,418                 428,418                                                    
 ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS:                                                                                                                 
AIRCRAFT ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS                      2,939                   2,939                                                      
SHIP ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS                          193,464                 209,464                      +16,000                       
 MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS:                                                                                                                 
FLEET HOSPITAL PROGRAM                                  23,707                  23,707                                                     
INDUSTRIAL READINESS                                    1,112                   1,112                                                      
COAST GUARD SUPPORT                                     19,294                  19,294                                                     
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                668,934                 684,934                      +16,000                       
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:                                                                                                
 ACCESSION TRAINING:                                                                                                                        
OFFICER ACQUISITION                                     90,121                  90,121                                                     
RECRUIT TRAINING                                        6,594                   6,594                                                      
RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                  77,918                  77,918                                                     
 BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING:                                                                                                        
SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                              276,861                 281,161                      +4,300                        
FLIGHT TRAINING                                         342,553                 342,553                                                    
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                      107,625                 110,625                      +3,000                        
TRAINING SUPPORT                                        186,225                 186,225                                                    
 RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION:                                                                                              
RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                              180,737                 180,737                                                    
OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                        86,613                  86,613                                                     
CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                         56,234                  55,234                       -1,000                        
JUNIOR ROTC                                             31,372                  34,472                       +3,100                        
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               198,071                 198,071                                                    
BASE SUPPORT                                            324,715                 324,715                                                    
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                1,965,639               1,975,039                    +9,400                        
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:                                                                                       
 SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT:                                                                                                                       
ADMINISTRATION                                          618,145                 621,145                      +3,000                        
EXTERNAL RELATIONS                                      19,987                  19,987                                                     
CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND PERSON MANAGEMENT                 114,660                 114,660                                                    
MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSON MANAGEMENT                 97,812                  97,812                                                     
OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                 187,270                 187,270                                                    
SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                              308,225                 308,225                                                    
COMMISSARY OPERATIONS                                                                                                                      
 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT:                                                                                                
SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                              186,105                 186,105                                                    
PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND DESIGN                        355,482                 352,482                      -3,000                        
ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT                      721,560                 721,560                                                    
AIR SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                     303,087                 303,087                                                    
HULL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SUPPORT                 61,092                  61,092                                                     
COMBAT/WEAPONS SYSTEMS                                  47,240                  47,240                                                     
SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS                    54,260                  54,260                                                     
 SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS:                                                                                                                  
INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS AND AGENCIES                 8,508                   8,508                                                      
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               109,485                 109,485                                                    
BASE SUPPORT                                            157,131                 157,131                                                    
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                3,972,903               3,972,903                                                  
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                  
FORCE PROTECTION ASHORE                                                                                                                    
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS UNDISTRIBUTED                                               5,700                        +5,700                        
GENERAL REDUCTION, NATIONAL DEF STOCKPILE FUND           -50,000                 -50,000                                                   
BASE SUPPORT                                                                                                                               
NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM                                                                                                      
EXECUTIVE EDUCATION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT                                                                                                  
SPARES                                                                                                                                     
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS                                                                                                                    
REDUCTION IN JCS EXERCISES                                                                                                                 
CONTRACT AND ADVISORY SERVICES                                                   -10,000                     -10,000                       
COMMUNICATIONS REDUCTION                                                                                                                   
MARITIME FIRE TRAINING CENTER                                                                                                              
MTAPP                                                                           2,000                        +2,000                        
UNOBLIGATED BALANCE, PENTAGON RENOVATION                                         -2,000                      -2,000                        
                                                        ======================  ==========================  =============================  
TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY                  23,250,154              23,398,254                   +148,100                      
TRANSFER                                                (50,000)                (50,000)                                                   
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABLE                                 (23,300,154)            (23,448,254)                ( +148,100)                    

                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:                                    



          4600 C 12 spares program                 +5,000



          5000 LHA Midlife                +32,000



          5050 Ship Depot Operations Support Pearl Harbor Shipyard                 +24,000



          5050 Shipyard Apprentice Program                 +12,000



          5400 Warfare Tactics PMRF facilities                 +20,000



          5450 Meteorology and oceanography                 +7,000



          5450 UNOLS                      +5,000



          5950 MK 45 Overhaul             +12,000



          5950 CIWS overhaul              +10,000

   Budget activity 2: Mobilization:                                        



          6500 Ship Disposal project                 +16,000

   Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:                             



          7200 Mark 53 (NULKA) training and support                 +4,300



          7300 NUWC MBA program                 +2,000



          7300 JMEANS N, Naval War College                 +1,000



          7650 Civilian Education and Training                 -1,000



          7700 JROTC                      +2,100



          7700 Naval Sea Cadet Corps                 +1,000

   Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:           



          8000 Biometrics support                 +3,000



          8550 Planning, engineering and design                 -3,000

   Undistributed:                                                          



          9280 Classified                 +5,700



          9380MDRV Contract and Advisory Services                 -10,000



          9410 MTAPP                      +2,000



          9415 Unobligated balance, Pentagon Renovation                 -2,000


                          COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                          

       Program reductions .--The Committee remains concerned with the      
   growing difficulties experienced by the Navy in sustaining non-deployed 
   readiness. The Committee has recommended program increases for weapons  
   maintenance, ship depot maintenance and repair, and the Shipyard        
   Apprentice program.                                                     
       Pearl Harbor Navy Shipyard .--The Committee recommends $345,000,000 
   for the Pearl Harbor Navy shipyard to provide full funding for the      
   Navy's planned maintenance programs and the shipyard apprenticeship     
   program. This amount will also include funds to allow for the           
   introduction of 150 new apprentices and current apprentices to receive  
   full time pay for the coming year. In the past few years, shipyard      
   managers have authorized separation benefits to workers on a one for one
   replacement with apprentice hires. The Committee does not believe an    
   apprentice can replace a seasoned shipyard worker initially. Therefore, 
   the Committee suggests the shipyard should not reduce its more senior   
   workers at least until the apprentice has completed his or her          
   apprenticeship. The Committee is also advised that the workforce levels 
   at the shipyard are approaching a level where the ability to conduct    
   complex nuclear work packages may be jeopardized. The Committee wants to
   be certain that Pearl Harbor maintains the personnel and skills         
   necessary to conduct the maintenance on nuclear and conventional ships  
   that is planned for the shipyard to include the possibility of refueling
   nuclear submarines. Finally, the Committee understands that on occasion 
   the Navy is required to use borrowed workers from other shipyards to    
   manage its personnel. While the Committee does not oppose this policy it
   believes it should be used sparingly and it should not exceed an average
   of 50 workers per year. In recognition that additional workers are      
   required to meet currently forecasted ship maintenance and the other    
   requirements noted here, the Committee directs the Navy to increase the 
   workforce at the shipyard accordingly.                                  
       Pacific Missile Range Facility .--The Committee recommends          
   $54,500,000 for base and range operations at the Pacific Missile Range  
   Facility. This amount is $20,000,000 above the level requested. In      
   recognition of the crucial role PMRF will have for the Navy's TBMD      
   programs, fleet training and other test and evaluation efforts, the     
   Committee directs the Navy to program no less than this amount for the  
   range in the coming years. The Committee is aware of the potable water, 
   flood control, wastewater systems, and related infrastructures that are 
   potentially disruptive to base operations and therefore, recommends     
   $3,000,000 to repair, operate and maintain this complex water system    
   upon which PMRF depends.                                                
       Hunter's Point Naval Shipyard .--The Committee is concerned about   
   the status of environmental remediation at Hunter's Point, San          
   Francisco. The Committee directs the Department of the Navy, in         
   conveying parcels of Hunters Point to the city of San Francisco, to take
   all necessary steps, funding and otherwise, to ensure the timely        
   remediation of hazardous substances on these parcels in accordance with 
   Federal and State regulatory standards, including CERCLA, to a level    
   consistent with the range of uses in the city's adopted redevelopment   
   plan as incorporated in the Navy's final environmental baseline survey. 
   The Secretary of the Navy is directed to report to the Appropriations   
   Committee no later than January 15, 2001, on the status of the          
   conveyance and remediation of this property.                            
       Naval Training Internship Program .--The Committee supports the     
   Naval Training Program begun by four San Diego area Navy commands and   
   six educational agencies. The Navy is directed to support this effort to
   teach and develop a skilled work force.                                 

                          OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS                 




          Appropriations, 2000           $2,808,354,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                2,705,658,000



          Committee recommendation                2,729,758,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,729,758,000. This is 
   $24,100,000 above the budget estimate.                                  
                     SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                    

      Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each operation 
   and maintenance, Marine Corps funding category identified in the        
   Department's O 1 submission. A table showing the budget estimate,       
   Committee adjustment, and recommended funding level by O 1 category is  
   provided below. Proposed transfers of funds within budget activity      
   funding categories in excess of $15,000,000 are subject to standard     
   reprogramming procedures.                                               


                                                      [In thousands of dollars]                                                     

Item                                                    2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS                                                                                                    
BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:                                                                                                       
 EXPEDITIONARY FORCES:                                                                                                                      
OPERATIONAL FORCES                                      420,702                 443,402                      +22,700                       
FIELD LOGISTICS                                         235,561                 235,561                                                    
DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                       97,194                  97,194                                                     
BASE SUPPORT                                            760,299                 760,299                                                    
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               394,789                 394,789                                                    
 USMC PREPOSITIONING:                                                                                                                       
MARITIME PREPOSITIONING                                 82,390                  82,390                                                     
NORWAY PREPOSITIONING                                   3,891                   3,891                                                      
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                1,994,826               2,017,526                    +22,700                       
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:                                                                                                
 ACCESSION TRAINING:                                                                                                                        
RECRUIT TRAINING                                        10,655                  10,655                                                     
OFFICER ACQUISITION                                     300                     300                                                        
BASE SUPPORT                                            55,649                  55,649                                                     
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               19,782                  19,782                                                     
 BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING:                                                                                                        
SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING                             32,975                  32,975                                                     
FLIGHT TRAINING                                         166                     166                                                        
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                      8,704                   8,704                                                      
TRAINING SUPPORT                                        84,417                  84,417                                                     
BASE SUPPORT                                            50,948                  50,948                                                     
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               28,762                  28,762                                                     
 RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING EDUCATION:                                                                                                   
RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                              100,001                 100,001                                                    
OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                        17,961                  17,961                                                     
JUNIOR ROTC                                             11,917                  12,817                       +900                          
BASE SUPPORT                                            8,006                   8,006                                                      
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               2,633                   2,633                                                      
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                432,876                 433,776                      +900                          
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN and SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:                                                                                       
 SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT:                                                                                                                       
SPECIAL SUPPORT                                         204,293                 204,293                                                    
SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                              31,414                  31,414                                                     
ADMINISTRATION                                          25,811                  25,811                                                     
BASE SUPPORT                                            14,157                  14,157                                                     
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               2,281                   2,281                                                      
COMMISSARY OPERATIONS                                                                                                                      
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                277,956                 277,956                                                    
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                  
BASE SUPPORT                                                                                                                               
REDUCTION IN JCS EXERCISES                                                                                                                 
MARINE CORPS SECURITY GUARDS                                                                                                               
SPARES/WRM                                                                                                                                 
COMMUNICATIONS REDUCTION                                                                                                                   
IRV TRANSFER                                                                                                                               
REINTERNMENT OF REMAINS                                                         500                          +500                          
                                                        ======================  ==========================  =============================  
TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS          2,705,658               2,729,758                    +24,100                       

                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:                                    



          10050MDRV Joint Service NBC Defense Equipment Surveillance                 +3,700



          10050MDRV Lightweight Maintenance Enclosures                 +10,000



          10050MDRV Polartec cold weather gear                 +5,000



          10050MDRV ECWCS                 +4,000

   Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:                             



          11300MDRV JROTC                 +900

   Undistributed:                                                          



          12015MDRV Reinterment of Remains                 +500


                          COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                          

       Program shortfalls .--The Committee observes that the budget request
   for Marine Corps expeditionary forces readiness is below the levels     
   appropriated in fiscal year 2000. Past funding shortfalls in Navy and   
   Marine Corps non-deployed readiness activities continue to degrade the  
   readiness of deploying units.                                           
                            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE                  




          Appropriations, 2000           $20,896,959,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                22,296,977,000



          Committee recommendation                22,268,977,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $22,268,977,000. This is
   $28,000,000 below the budget estimate.                                  
                     SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                    

      Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each operation 
   and maintenance, Air Force funding category identified in the           
   Department's O 1 submission. A table showing the budget estimate,       
   Committee adjustment, and recommended funding level by O 1 category is  
   provided below. Proposed transfers of funds within budget activity      
   funding categories in excess of $15,000,000 are subject to standard     
   reprogramming procedures.                                               


                                                      [In thousands of dollars]                                                     

Item                                                    2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE                                                                                                       
BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:                                                                                                       
 AIR OPERATIONS:                                                                                                                            
PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES                                   2,363,665               2,400,565                    +36,900                       
PRIMARY COMBAT WEAPONS                                  306,379                 306,379                                                    
COMBAT ENHANCEMENT FORCES                               205,101                 205,101                                                    
AIR OPERATIONS TRAINING                                 774,341                 774,341                                                    
DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                       1,341,224               1,341,224                                                  
COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                   1,093,924               1,091,924                    -2,000                        
BASE SUPPORT                                            1,849,247               1,849,247                                                  
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               739,807                 742,607                      +2,800                        
 COMBAT RELATED OPERATIONS:                                                                                                                 
GLOBAL C3I AND EARLY WARNING                            680,464                 680,464                                                    
NAVIGATION/WEATHER SUPPORT                              154,153                 158,153                      +4,000                        
OTHER COMBAT OPS SUPPORT PROGRAMS                       280,971                 286,071                      +5,100                        
JCS EXERCISES                                           37,052                  37,052                                                     
MANAGEMENT/OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                     124,998                 124,998                                                    
TACTICAL INTEL AND OTHER SPECIAL ACTIVITIES             259,317                 259,317                                                    
 SPACE OPERATIONS:                                                                                                                          
LAUNCH FACILITIES                                       234,395                 234,395                                                    
LAUNCH VEHICLES                                         116,766                 116,766                                                    
SPACE CONTROL SYSTEMS                                   248,564                 238,564                      -10,000                       
SATELLITE SYSTEMS                                       53,473                  53,473                                                     
OTHER SPACE OPERATIONS                                  114,729                 114,729                                                    
BASE SUPPORT                                            377,605                 377,605                                                    
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               134,276                 134,276                                                    
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                11,490,451              11,527,251                   +36,800                       
BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION:                                                                                                           
 MOBILITY OPERATIONS:                                                                                                                       
AIRLIFT OPERATIONS                                      1,653,084               1,656,584                    +3,500                        
AIRLIFT OPERATIONS C3I                                  37,961                  37,961                                                     
MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS                               146,133                 146,133                                                    
DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                       305,244                 305,244                                                    
PAYMENTS TO TRANSPORTATION BUSINESS AREA                429,775                 429,775                                                    
BASE SUPPORT                                            466,832                 466,832                                                    
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               120,515                 120,515                                                    
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                3,159,544               3,163,044                    +3,500                        
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:                                                                                                
 ACCESSION TRAINING:                                                                                                                        
OFFICER ACQUISITION                                     68,142                  68,142                                                     
RECRUIT TRAINING                                        4,302                   4,302                                                      
RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                   61,522                  61,522                                                     
BASE SUPPORT (ACADEMIES ONLY)                           68,220                  61,220                       -7,000                        
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (ACADEMIES ONLY)              64,655                  64,655                                                     
 BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING:                                                                                                        
SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                              256,003                 256,003                                                    
FLIGHT TRAINING                                         618,293                 618,293                                                    
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                      109,263                 109,263                                                    
TRAINING SUPPORT                                        75,599                  75,599                                                     
DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                       11,626                  11,626                                                     
BASE SUPPORT (OTHER TRAINING)                           471,268                 469,268                      -2,000                        
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (OTHER TRAINING)              127,117                 127,117                                                    
 RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION:                                                                                              
RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                              113,524                 113,524                                                    
EXAMINING                                               3,483                   3,483                                                      
OFF DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                        87,032                  87,032                                                     
CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                         69,633                  68,633                       -1,000                        
JUNIOR ROTC                                             31,819                  34,219                       +2,400                        
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                2,241,501               2,233,901                    -7,600                        
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:                                                                                       
 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS:                                                                                                                      
LOGISTICS OPERATIONS                                    985,411                 985,411                                                    
TECHNICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                            396,144                 396,144                                                    
SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                              222,395                 222,395                                                    
DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                       55,398                  55,398                                                     
BASE SUPPORT                                            1,131,172               1,131,172                                                  
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                               341,091                 352,091                      +11,000                       
 SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:                                                                                                                    
ADMINISTRATION                                          153,206                 156,206                      +3,000                        
SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                              322,654                 322,654                                                    
PERSONNEL PROGRAMS                                      146,783                 146,783                                                    
RESCUE AND RECOVERY SERVICES                            59,073                  59,073                                                     
ARMS CONTROL                                            41,094                  39,094                       -2,000                        
OTHER SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES                            590,249                 593,249                      +3,000                        
OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                 35,109                  33,109                       -2,000                        
CIVIL AIR PATROL CORPORATION                            13,917                  19,417                       +5,500                        
COMMISSARY OPERATIONS                                                                                                                      
BASE SUPPORT                                            237,050                 237,050                                                    
MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY                            25,239                  25,239                                                     
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                5,455,481               5,473,981                    +18,500                       
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS UNDISTRIBUTED                                               1,500                        +1,500                        
GENERAL REDUCTION, NATIONAL DEF STOCKPILE FUND           -50,000                 -50,000                                                   
BASE SUPPORT                                                                                                                               
FORCE PROTECTION INFRASTRUCTURE                                                                                                            
REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                  
SPARES                                                                                                                                     
NBC HIGH LEVERAGE PROGRAMS                                                                                                                 
C130J LOGISTICS AND TRAINING                                                                                                               
ICBM PRIME CONTRACT                                                                                                                        
AEF JOINT EXPERIMENTATION (JEFX)                                                                                                           
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS                                                                                                                    
REDUCTION IN JCS EXERCISES                                                                                                                 
CONTRACT AND ADVISORY SERVICES                                                   -37,000                     -37,000                       
RIVET JOINT SUPPORT                                                                                                                        
AIR FORCE MTAP                                                                  4,000                        +4,000                        
AIR FORCE ICS TRANSFER                                                                                                                     
COMMUNICATIONS REDUCTION                                                                                                                   
ADMINISTRATIVE UNDEREXECUTION                                                                                                              
EXCESS CARRYOVER, WORKING CAPITAL FUND                                           -52,200                     -52,200                       
UNOBLIGATED BALANCE, PENTAGON RENOVATION                                         -2,000                      -2,000                        
TRAVEL                                                                           -5,000                      -5,000                        
ELMENDORF AFB TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE                                     10,000                       +10,000                       
COLLEGE/OFFICER CANDIDATE INITIATIVE                                            1,500                        +1,500                        
                                                        ======================  ==========================  =============================  
TOTAL, O&M, AIR FORCE                                   22,296,977              22,268,977                   -28,000                       
TRANSFER                                                (50,000)                (50,000)                                                   
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABLE                                 (22,346,977)            (22,318,977)                ( -28,000)                     

                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:                                    



          12600 B 52 attrition reserve                 +36,900



          12800 Communications, other contracts                 -2,000



          12900 Keesler AFB, weatherproofing                 +2,800



          13450 Space Control Systems underexecution                 -10,000



          13050 University Partnering for Operational Support                 +4,000



          13100 TACCSF upgrades and operations                 +5,100

   Budget activity 2: Mobilization:                                        



          13850 PACAF Airlift support                 +3,500

   Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:                             



          14450 Facility Investment Strategy                 -7,000



          14800 Base Support and Other Training underexecution                 -2,000



          15100 Civilian education and training                 -1,000



          15150 JROTC                     +2,400

   Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:           



          15550 RPM Eielson utilidors                 +10,000



          15550 Hickam AFB alternative fuel vehicle program                 +1,000



          15650 Biometrics Support                 +3,000



          15900 Arms Control              -2,000



          15950 Other Servicewide activities, other contracts                 -4,000



          15950 Iodine 131 experminentation                 +5,000



          15950 Iodine medical monitoring                 +2,000



          16000 Other Personnel Support underexecution                 -2,000



          16050 CAP                       +5,500

   Undistributed:                                                          



          16450 Classified                +1,500



          16600 Contracts and advisory services                 -37,000



          16620 MTAPP                     +4,000



          16652 Excess Carryover, Working Capital Fund                 -52,200



          16654 Unobligated balance, Pentagon Renovation                 -2,000



          16658 Travel                    -5,000



          16659MDRV Elmendorf AFB transportation infrastructure                 +10,000



          16665MDRV College/Officer candidate initiative                 +1,500


                          COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                          

       B 52 Attrition Reserve Aircraft .--Despite the clear direction      
   provided by the Congress in Section 8107 of Public Law 106 79, the Air  
   Force failed to adequately fund the total inventory of B 52s during     
   fiscal year 2001. The Committee has provided sufficient funds in the    
   operation and maintenance, procurement and military personnel           
   appropriations to support a force structure of 94 aircraft. The         
   Committee directs the Air Force to treat all 94 B 52s now in the force  
   structure as aircraft to be retained for the 6-year period beginning    
   October 1, 2000. Furthermore, the Committee notes with extreme          
   displeasure the Air Force's failure to comply with current law regarding
   funding of B 52s and reiterates that the 94 B 52s must be funded        
   throughout the FYDP in subsequent budget requests. Finally, the         
   Committee directs the Air Force to procure during the FYDP sufficient   
   kits to ensure that all 94 aircraft receive the same modifications and  
   upgrades.                                                               
       College/Officer candidate initiative .--The Committee provides      
   $1,500,000 for the Air Force to establish a program to target           
   individuals for recruitment and participation in college funding and    
   officer candidate programs who were nominated for appointment to the Air
   Force Academy. These young men and women have demonstrated their        
   commitment to military service, and the Secretary should work to        
   identify opportunities to engage and attract these individuals to       
   available programs that provide advanced education and the opportunity  
   to pursue military service, or subsequent admission to the Academy.     
       89th Air Wing .--The Committee has been informed that passenger     
   cabin noise levels in some of the 89th Air wings aircraft are higher    
   than anticipated. The Committee directs the Air Force to examine this   
   matter, and if warranted, provide funding for the purchase of noise     
   reducing, commercial off the shelf headsets for the fleet.              
       Civil Air Patrol .--The Committee directs that the Air Force, in    
   cooperation with the Civil Air Patrol (CAP), report back by April 1,    
   2001 on the status of the relationship between the organizations and the
   governance and management of CAP. The report should address at a        
   minimum: the cost of Air Force oversight of CAP, the cost of overhead in
   CAP, concerns and recommendations of the General Accounting Office and  
   Department of Defense Inspector General, and any reductions to funding  
   recommended for counter-drug and other CAP programs.                    

                          OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE                 




          Appropriations, 2000           $11,489,483,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                11,920,069,000



          Committee recommendation                11,991,688,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $11,991,688,000. This is
   $71,619,000 above the budget estimate.                                  
                     SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                    

      Allocations of the Committee adjustments are made for each operation 
   and maintenance, Defense-wide funding category identified in the        
   Department's O 1 submission. A table showing the budget estimate,       
   Committee adjustment, and recommended funding level by O 1 category is  
   provided below. Proposed transfers of funds within budget activity      
   funding categories in excess of $15,000,000 are subject to standard     
   reprogramming procedures.                                               


                                                        [In thousands of dollars]                                                        

Item                                                         2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE                                                                                                         
BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:                         396,489                 396,489                                                    
                                                             ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                     1,660,061               1,660,061                                                  
BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION: DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY    45,677                  45,677                                                     
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:                  10,999                  10,999                                                     
                                                             ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                     262,675                 265,675                      +3,000                        
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:         94,525                  94,525                                                     
                                                             ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     9,951,656               9,994,275                    +42,619                       
LEGACY                                                                               15,000                       +15,000                       
IMPACT AID                                                                           20,000                       +20,000                       
JCS MOBILITY ENHANCEMENT FUND                                                                                                                   
HUMAN RESOURCES ENTERPRISE STRATEGY                                                                                                             
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS REDUCTION                                                                                                               
CONTRACT AND ADVISORY SERVICES                                                        -10,000                     -10,000                       
COMMUNITY RETRAINING INITIATIVE                                                                                                                 
PENTAGON RENOVATION TRANSFER                                                                                                                    
ARMED FORCES RETIREMENT HOME RPM                                                                                                                
PACIFIC COMMAND REGIONAL INITIATIVE                                                                                                             
UNOBLIGATED BALANCE, PENTAGON RENOVATION                                              -2,000                      -2,000                        
JEFFERSON PROJECT                                                                    3,000                        +3,000                        
                                                             ======================  ==========================  =============================  
TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE               11,920,069              11,991,688                   +71,619                       

                     ADJUSTMENTS TO BUDGET ACTIVITIES                    

   Adjustments to the budget activities are as follows:                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

   Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:                             



          17480 DHRA, DLAMP               -5,000



          17600 MH 53J Simulator Upgrades                 +8,000

   Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:           



          17775 Civil-Military Programs                 +24,069



          17800 Classified                -20,500



          17900 DCAA Civilian personnel underexecution                 -2,000



          18000 DHRA                      -5,000



          18200 DLA equipment purchases and other command initiatives                 -4,000



          18200 DLA Aging Aircraft Program                 +15,000



          18310 DSCA, PFP and SEDM                 -10,000



          18475 DTRA                      -2,000



          18500 DoDDEA, Galena IDEA                 +4,000



          18500 DoDDEA, Math Teacher Leadership                 +550



          18500 DoDDEA, Special Education Support                 +5,000



          18650 OEA, Adak Reuse support                 +7,000



          18650 OEA, Fitzsimmons Army Hospital                 +10,000



          18650 OEA, Charleston Naval Shipyard, Building 234                 +10,000



          18700 OSD, studies and analysis                 -5,000



          18700 OSD, DESCIM               -5,000



          18700 OSD, Environmental Security Cooperation                 -1,000



          18700 OSD, Pacific Command regional initiative                 +20,000



          18700 OSD, Clara Barton Center                 +1,500

   Undistributed:                                                          



          19000 Legacy                    +15,000



          19020 Impact Aid                +20,000



          19090 CAAS                      -10,000



          19152 Unobligated balance, Pentagon Renovation                 -2,000



          19154 Jefferson project                 +3,000


                          COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS                          

       Exercise Northern Edge .--The Committee commends the Joint Staff for
   funding exercise Northern Edge in fiscal year 2001 as a part of the     
   Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff exercise program. The Secretary of
   Defense shall transfer the appropriate level of funds from CJCS exercise
   funds to the service operation and maintenance accounts to fund the     
   incremental costs of the exercise.                                      
       Defense Threat Reduction Agency .--The Committee recommends that the
   Defense Threat Reduction Agency provide financial support in the amount 
   of $100,000 to the annual Arms Control Conference hosted by the         
   Cooperative Monitoring Center at Sandia National Laboratories.          
       Legacy Program .--The Committee provides $15,000,000 for            
   continuation of the Legacy program. Of interest to the Committee are    
   several important recovery and preservation projects. The Committee     
   supports the work of the Naval Historical Center underwater archaeology 
   program, and its work to preserve the naval history in the Lake         
   Champlain basin. Of the funds provided for the Legacy program, the      
   Committee includes funding for the efforts of the Navy to preserve these
   important artifacts, including revolutionary war gunboats.              
      Of equal importance to the Committee is the recovery and preservation
   of three Civil War vessels: the H.L. Hunley , a Civil War submarine; the
   U.S.S. Monitor , a Civil War ironclad warship; and, the C.S.S. Alabama ,
   a Civil War commerce raider.                                            
       Survivability program .--If funds become available during the       
   execution year, the Committee supports funding of the National Security 
   and Civilian Infrastructure Weapons Survivability Program. This program 
   is needed to determine the implications of adversarial efforts to       
   intentionally disrupt national security and civilian-based              
   infrastructures, and to commence planning for effective protection and  
   mitigation.                                                             
       Strategic Technology Assessment Program .--The Committee supports   
   the Strategic Technology Assessment Program. This program has produced  
   significant results in tracking the effects of foreign technology       
   development, particularly non-traditional military systems development  
   based on commercially created technology. The Strategic Technology      
   Assessment Program is an important compliment to traditional            
   intelligence gathering techniques. It is meeting the immediate needs of 
   the Commander-in-Chiefs (CINCs) and other Department of Defense (DoD)   
   elements. However, there is a long-term requirement to provide funding  
   to build the infrastructure to sustain this program. The Committee      
   recommends the DoD continue to support this program and provide         
   sustainment funding in the future.                                      
                          OTHER DEFENSE PROGRAMS                         

                         CIVIL-MILITARY PROGRAMS                         

      The Committee continues to support the Department's civil-military   
   programs and provides a total of $112,500,000 for fiscal year 2001 as   
   follows:                                                                


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               



          Youth Challenge Program                62,500



          Innovative Readiness Training                30,000



          Starbase Youth Program                10,000



          Reserve Support to CINCs                10,000



      The Committee directs the Department to report to the Committee on   
   Appropriations on the status on the status of the obligation of these   
   funds not later than April 15, 2001.                                    

                    RESERVE AND NATIONAL GUARD OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE          

                          OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE                 




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,469,176,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,521,418,000



          Committee recommendation                1,529,418,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,529,418,000. This is 
   $8,000,000 above the budget estimate.                                   
      All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, including those  
   items discussed elsewhere in this report, are summarized below:         

          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

                                                                        

Committee                                                               

Program                                                                 

adjustment                                                              




          Recruiting                      +8,000

                                                                             



                                          +8,000



          Recommended appropriations                1,529,418



                          OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE                 




          Appropriations, 2000           $958,978,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                960,946,000



          Committee recommendation                968,946,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $968,946,000. This is   
   $8,000,000 above the budget estimate.                                   
      All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, including those  
   items discussed elsewhere in this report, are summarized below:         

          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

                                                                        

Committee                                                               

Program                                                                 

adjustment                                                              




          Flying hour program shortfall                 +3,000



          Recruiting                      +5,000

                                                                            



           Total adjustments              +8,000



          Recommended appropriations                968,946


                      OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS RESERVE             




          Appropriations, 2000           $138,911,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                133,959,000



          Committee recommendation                141,159,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $141,159,000. This is   
   $7,200,000 above the budget estimate.                                   
      All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, including those  
   items discussed elsewhere in this report, are summarized below:         

          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

                                                                        

Committee                                                               

Program                                                                 

adjustment                                                              




          Initial issue                   +5,200



          Maintenance of aging equipment                 +2,000

                                                                            



           Total adjustments              +7,200



          Recommended appropriations                141,159


                        OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE              




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,782,591,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,885,859,000



          Committee recommendation                1,893,859,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,893,859,000. This is 
   $8,000,000 above the budget estimate.                                   
      All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, including those  
   items discussed elsewhere in this report, are summarized below:         

          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

                                                                        

Committee                                                               

Program                                                                 

adjustment                                                              




          Flying hour program shortfall                 +4,000



          Depot maintenance               +4,000

                                                                            



           Total adjustments              +8,000



          Recommended appropriations                1,893,859


                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD             




          Appropriations, 2000           $3,161,378,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                3,182,335,000



          Committee recommendation                3,330,535,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,330,535,000. This is 
   $148,200,000 above the budget estimate.                                 
      All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, including those  
   items discussed elsewhere in this report, are summarized below:         

          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

                                                                        

Committee                                                               

Program                                                                 

adjustments                                                             




          Real property maintenance backlog                 +32,000



          Distributed learning project                 +65,700



          Additional full-time support (technicians)                 +20,500



          Emergency spill response program                 +1,000



          School house support            +7,000



          Extended cold weather clothing system                 +12,000



          WMD implementation plan                 +10,000

                                                                            



           Total adjustments              +148,200

 Recommended appropriations                                              

 3,330,535                                                               



       Real property maintenance, Army National Guard .--During the past   
   several years, the Committee provided an increase for in-house recurring
   maintenance and day-to-day repairs, as well as in-house and contract    
   projects required to maintain, repair, and adapt facility infrastructure
   to meet mission needs. The Committee intends for these funds to be used 
   to reduce the growing Army National Guard real property maintenance     
   project backlog within the 54 Army Guard organizations, not for studies 
   or other administrative functions. The funds provided under this heading
   are in addition to any other funds appropriated to the Army for real    
   property maintenance on behalf of the Army National Guard. It is the    
   Committee's intent that all real property maintenance funding provided  
   to the Army National Guard is intended for the repair of real property  
   and real property facilities not for diversion to other requirements.   
   The Committee directs the Chief of the National Guard Bureau provide to 
   the Committee of Appropriations a report detailing how all funds        
   appropriated for real property maintenance to the Army National Guard   
   will be allocated not later than April 15, 2001.                        
       Fort Harrison, MT, infrastructure improvements .--Of the funds      
   provided under this heading for real property maintenance, the Committee
   directs that $2,000,000 be used for infrastructure improvements.        
       Distributive training technology program.-- The Committee provides  
   an increase of $65,700,000 in the Army National Guard ``Operation and   
   maintenance'' appropriation and $29,100,000 in the ``Other procurement, 
   Army Information System'' appropriation for distributed learning        
   requirements. The Committee continues to support this program which has 
   greatly expanded availability effectiveness and efficiency of training  
   through distance learning. The project has also enhanced command and    
   control capabilities for units in the field, ensuring prompt,           
   coordinated responses to Federal and State emergencies.                 
      The Committee directs that funding for the distributed learning      
   initiative be spent only for expansion and continuation of the program. 
   The Committee further directs the National Guard Bureau provide to the  
   congressional defense committees a report on how the Department intends 
   to allocate funding for this program in fiscal year 2001 not later than 
   February 15, 2001.                                                      
      The Committee recognizes the potential of distributed simulations as 
   part of distributed learning, and is impressed with the unique          
   capabilities and plans of the Consolidated Interactive Virtual          
   Information Center (CIVIC). The Committee urges the National Guard      
   bureau to consider the programs of CIVIC in allocating the additional   
   funds provided for distributed learning.                                
       Homeland Defense Initiative, Camp Gruber, OK and Camp Dawson, WV    
   .--The Committee directs the Chief of the National Guard Bureau to      
   conduct a feasibility study to assess the establishment of combat       
   training centers for local, State and Federal entities in response to   
   weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threats at Camp Gruber, OK and Camp   
   Dawson, WV. This report should focus on WMD, first responder, urban     
   combat and counterdrug training and other areas that will prepare       
   organizations to respond to these important national security threats.  
   The report should be provided to the congressional defense committees by
   March 5, 2001.                                                          
       Computer emergency response teams .--The Committee remains concerned
   about the security of key national security computer systems. Due to the
   shortage of qualified computer programmers and systems operators        
   throughout the nation, the military is having trouble attracting and    
   retaining qualified personnel to carry out this critical mission. The   
   reserve component, especially the National Guard, is well positioned to 
   carry out this mission. The Committee urges the Department of Defense to
   examine the role of the reserves in the carrying out information        
   operations, information assurance and information security missions.    
       WMD learning courseware .--The Committee understands that the       
   Washington State Army National Guard has been tasked as the number one  
   regional response team for emergencies in the Pacific Northwest. In     
   order to take advantage of ongoing initiatives involving the Washington 
   Guard, the Committee encourages the National Guard Bureau to fund online
   learning course development and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)         
   management system software and hardware for this organization. This     
   effort continues online course development for the over 120 training    
   courses that the National Guard has identified as essential for         
   WMD-related training.                                                   
                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD              




          Appropriations, 2000           $3,241,138,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                3,446,375,000



          Committee recommendation                3,481,775,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,481,775,000. This is 
   $35,400,000 above the budget estimate.                                  
      All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, including those  
   items discussed elsewhere in this report, are summarized below:         

          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

                                                                        

Committee                                                               

Program                                                                 

adjustments                                                             




          C 130 operations                +5,000



          Real property maintenance backlog                 +8,000



          Project Alert                   +3,500



          AlaskAlert                      +1,500



          Recruiting                      +6,000



          Depot maintenance backlog                 +11,400

                                                                            



           Total adjustments              +35,400

 Recommended appropriations                                              

 3,481,775                                                               



       C 130 operations .--The Committee recognizes the increased demand   
   placed on C 130 aircraft operations within the Air National Guard and   
   has provided $5,000,000 to address increased operations, maintenance,   
   and supports costs. Such funds are intended to support both the C 130   
   aircraft assigned to operational squadrons and for full coverage of the 
   cost of operating and maintaining those stand alone aircraft currently  
   utilized by selected States.                                            
       Defense Systems Evaluation (DSE) .--Of the funds provided under this
   heading, the Committee directs that $2,500,000 be used to continue DSE  
   service to the White Sands Missile Range.                               
       Angel Gate Academies .--The Committee understands that the Angel    
   Gate program is a pro-active intervention program conducted in          
   conjunction with school districts. The program addresses the unique     
   needs of middle schools students who are seriously at-risk with the     
   legal system. The Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense  
   for Reserve Affairs report to the Appropriations Committee whether this 
   program should be included in the Department's civil-military program no
   later than February 15, 2001. This report should also address whether   
   this program should be expanded to additional locations.                
       819th Red Horse Squadron .--The Air Force directed the stand-up of a
   new, total force, Rapid Engineer-Deployable Heavy Operations-Repair     
   Squadron Engineer (Red Horse) unit, effective August 8, 1997. The Red   
   Horse provides the Air Force's heavy construction and repair capability,
   supporting combat air power and contingency operations worldwide. It    
   represents a true partnership between the active Air Force and the Air  
   National Guard. Since its activation, the squadron has been continually 
   deployed throughout the world in support of contingencies and major     
   defense exercises. The Committee has learned that the unit is not       
   authorized the Red Horse vehicle authorization provided other Red Horse 
   squadrons. This has resulted in a degraded combat and training          
   capability for this unit. The Committee directs the Secretary of the Air
   Force report to the Appropriations Committees on the plan and time line 
   to provide this standard vehicle allowance to the 819th Squadron by     
   October 15, 2000.                                                       
       C\4\ Infrastructure Requirements for C 17 Beddown .--The Committee  
   is aware that the Air Force has identified requirements to support the  
   beddown on C 17 aircraft at the 172nd Airlift Wing. The Committee       
   strongly endorses these upgrades in support of fielding this aircraft to
   the Air National Guard. The Committee expects the Air Force to provide  
   the requisite funding necessary to satisfy these requirements. The      
   Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force to provide a plan and  
   time line for satisfying these funding commitments to the Committee on  
   Appropriations by November 15, 2000.                                    
                       OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS TRANSFER FUND              




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,722,600,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                4,100,577,000



          Committee recommendation                4,100,577,000



   The Committee recommends an appropriation of $4,100,577,000.            


                                 COURT OF MILITARY APPEALS                        




          Appropriations, 2000           $7,621,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                8,574,000



          Committee recommendation                8,574,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,574,000 for          
   activities of the Court of Military Appeals for fiscal year 2001.       

                                 ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION                        




          Total appropriations, 2000                $1,302,754,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,270,181,000



          Committee recommendation                1,313,181,000



      The Committee recommends a total amount for environmental restoration
   of $1,313,181,000. This is $43,000,000 above the budget estimate.       
       Compliance with defense acquisition regulations .--For environmental
   restoration projects subject to the terms of section 52.2222 of the     
   Defense Federal acquisition regulations [DFAR], the Committee directs   
   that any awardee of contracts for such projects exceeding $1,000,000    
   shall submit a plan for compliance with section 52.2222 of the DFAR to  
   the appropriate contracting office not later than 90 days after contract
   award.                                                                  
       Notification of environmental contract awards .--The Committee      
   remains concerned that the Department failed to fully accomplish the    
   Committee's intent regarding adequate notification of the projects      
   funded by this account. To ensure the Department complies with this     
   direction, each military service shall notify interested State and local
   authorities and interested Members of Congress upon release of draft    
   solicitations for contracts anticipated to exceed $5,000,000. The       
   Committee directs that this requirement shall apply to all increments of
   indefinite delivery indefinite quantity-type contracts which meet this  
   threshold.                                                              
       Museum of the Rockies .--The Committee understands that the         
   Department of Defense recently announced that the Museum of the Rockies,
   on the Montana State University campus in Bozeman, Montana, will be one 
   of three pilot projects to house and display government-owned curation  
   objects. This facility will be linked with a public data resource center
   facilitating access by the public, students and researchers. The        
   Committee directs the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for             
   Environmental Security provide a report on the Department's plan to fund
   and build this facility, and the overall construction schedule, to      
   include the DD form 1391, to the Appropriations Committees by October 1,
   2000.                                                                   
   The Committee has provided the following funding for each service:      

                              ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, ARMY                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $378,170,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                389,932,000



          Committee recommendation                389,932,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $389,932,000. This      
   amount is equal to the budget estimate.                                 
                              ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, NAVY                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $284,000,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                294,038,000



          Committee recommendation                294,038,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $294,038,000. This      
   amount is equal to the budget estimate.                                 
                            ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, AIR FORCE                  




          Appropriations, 2000           $376,800,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                376,300,000



          Committee recommendation                376,300,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $376,300,000. This      
   amount is equal to the budget estimate.                                 
                          ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, DEFENSE-WIDE                 




          Appropriations, 2000           $25,370,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                23,412,000



          Committee recommendation                21,412,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $21,412,000. This is    
   $2,000,000 below the budget estimate.                                   
                   ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, FORMERLY USED DEFENSE SITES         




          Appropriations, 2000           $239,214,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                186,499,000



          Committee recommendation                231,499,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $231,499,000. This is   
   $45,000,000 above the budget estimate.                                  
      All recommended adjustments to the budget estimate, including those  
   items discussed elsewhere in this report, are summarized below:         

          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

                                                                        

Committee                                                               

Program                                                                 

adjustment                                                              




          Reduce backlog                 45,000

                                                                            



           Total adjustments             45,000

 Recommended appropriation                                               

 231,499                                                                 



       Formerly used defense sites [FUDS] .--The Committee is disappointed 
   that the Department of Defense does not consider adequate funding for   
   the FUDS account a high priority. For example, in the fiscal year 2001  
   budget request, the proposed funding is $54,000,000 less than the amount
   enacted last year. This lack of funding support further exacerbates the 
   tremendous backlog of nationwide FUDS sites. Additionally, there are    
   approximately 120 150 new properties/projects added to the program each 
   year. The program is also faced with increased regulatory and public    
   pressure to expand the scope and level of many cleanups. The total      
   investment required to complete the program is now estimated to be      
   $7,340,000,000. The Committee directs the Department to review the      
   proposed FUDS funding in the Future Year Defense Program to maintain a  
   level of Departmental support consistent with overall program           
   requirements. The Committee commends the Army and the Corps of Engineers
   for their management of this program and provides an additional         
   $45,000,000 to reduce the number of FUDS requiring investigation and    
   remediation.                                                            
       Building demolition and debris removal .--To minimize mobilization  
   costs at remote sites, the Department may perform building demolition   
   and debris removal at Formerly Used Defense Sites as appropriate, using 
   fiscal year 2001 funds available under this heading.                    

                       OVERSEAS HUMANITARIAN, DISASTER, AND CIVIC AID             




          Appropriations, 2000           $55,800,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                64,900,000



          Committee recommendation                55,900,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $55,900,000 for         
   humanitarian assistance, foreign disaster relief and humanitarian       
   demining programs. Current rates of program growth for Overseas         
   Humanitarian, Disaster and Civic Aid activities outpace those for the   
   combat training of the operational forces. The request is reduced by    
   $9,000,000, none of which shall be allocated to humanitarian demining   
   activities, to reflect congressional priorities, as recommended in the  
   Senate bill authorizing programs of the Department of Defense for fiscal
   year 2001.                                                              

                            FORMER SOVIET UNION THREAT REDUCTION                  




          Appropriations, 2000           $460,500,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                458,400,000



          Committee recommendation                458,400,000



      The Committee appropriates $458,400,000, the budget estimate, for    
   this program.                                                           
       Russian nuclear submarine dismantlement and disposal .--The         
   Committee directs that $25,000,000 of the funds provided for the Former 
   Soviet Union Threat Reduction Program be used to support Russian nuclear
   submarine dismantlement and disposal activities begun in fiscal year    
   1998. The Committee further directs that a status report regarding this 
   program be provided to the Committee not later than February 15, 2001.  

                                         TITLE III                                

                                        PROCUREMENT                               

                            ESTIMATES AND APPROPRIATION SUMMARY                   

      The President's Department of Defense fiscal year 2001 title III     
   procurement budget request totals $59,266,603,000. This request is      
   $4,915,408,000 above the amounts Congress appropriated in fiscal year   
   2000 for procurement activities.                                        
      Title III of the accompanying bill recommends a total of             
   $57,896,122,000 in new budget authority. The total amount recommended is
   a decrease of $1,370,481,000 to the fiscal year 2001 budget request. The
   following table summarizes the procurement budget estimates, the        
   Committee recommendations, and a comparison.                            

                                                        [In thousands of dollars]                                                       

Item                                                        2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

Aircraft procurement, Army                                  1,323,262               1,532,862                    +209,600                      
Missile procurement, Army                                   1,295,728               1,329,781                    +34,053                       
Procurement of weapons and tracked combat vehicles, Army    1,874,638               2,166,574                    +291,936                      
Procurement of ammunition, Army                             1,131,323               1,212,149                    +80,826                       
Other procurement, Army                                     3,795,870               4,060,728                    +264,858                      
                                                            ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Subtotal, Army                                              9,420,821               10,302,094                   +881,273                      
                                                            ======================  ==========================  =============================  
Aircraft procurement, Navy                                  7,963,858               8,426,499                    +462,641                      
Weapons procurement, Navy                                   1,434,250               1,571,650                    +137,400                      
Procurement of ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps            429,649                 471,749                      +42,100                       
Shipbuilding and conversion, Navy                           12,296,919              11,612,090                   -684,829                      
Other procurement, Navy                                     3,334,611               3,400,180                    +65,569                       
Procurement, Marine Corps                                   1,171,935               1,196,368                    +24,433                       
                                                            ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Subtotal, Navy                                              26,631,222              26,678,536                   +47,314                       
                                                            ======================  ==========================  =============================  
Aircraft procurement, Air Force                             9,539,602               7,289,934                    -2,249,668                    
Missile procurement, Air Force                              3,061,715               2,920,815                    -140,900                      
Procurement of ammunition, Air Force                        638,808                 654,808                      +16,000                       
Other procurement, Air Force                                7,699,127               7,605,027                    -94,100                       
                                                            ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Subtotal, Air Force                                         20,939,252              18,470,584                   -2,468,668                    
                                                            ======================  ==========================  =============================  
Procurement, Defense-wide                                   2,275,308               2,294,908                    +19,600                       
National Guard and Reserve equipment                                                150,000                      +150,000                      
                                                            ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Total, procurement                                          59,266,603              57,896,199                   -1,370,481                    

                                 ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST                        

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS                        

      The Committee has reflected a number of its funding adjustments in a 
   table format. The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
   in the tables which follow shall be provided only for the specific      
   purposes outlined in the table entry.                                   

                                 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY                       




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,451,688,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,323,262,000



          Committee recommendation                1,532,862,000



      The Committee recommends $1,532,862,000, an increase of $209,600,000 
   to the budget. This appropriation finances the acquisition of tactical  
   and utility helicopters and airplanes, including associated electronics,
   communications equipment, and armament; modification and modernization  
   of inservice aircraft; flight simulators; ground support equipment;     
   production base support; and components and spare parts including       
   transmissions and gearboxes.                                            
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The Committee recommendation adds funds to increase procurement of   
   utility helicopters, to continue multiyear procurement of heavy attack  
   helicopter upgrades, to recapitalize the Army's Apache fleet            
   helicopters, and to purchase aviation radios.                           
      The allowance also adjusts funding for programs as listed in the     
   following tables and as discussed in the text which follows.            


                                                        [In thousands of dollars]                                                        

                                               Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                                                                                                            
AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                             
 ROTARY:                                                                                                                                               
UH 60 BLACKHAWK (MYP)                             6             64,651        12             120,451        +6                               +55,800  
UH 60 BLACKHAWK (MYP) (AP CY)                                   22,127                        22,127                                                  
                                           --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AIRCRAFT                                                 86,778                       142,578                                         +55,800  
 MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                             
GUARDRAIL MODS (TIARA)                                          22,626                        22,626                                                  
ARL MODS                                                         6,553                         6,553                                                  
AH1F MODS                                                          423                           423                                                  
AH 64 MODS                                                      18,516                        87,516                                         +69,000  
CH 47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS (MYP)                              117,083                       117,083                                                  
CH 47 ICH                                                       57,630                        57,630                                                  
CH 47 ICH (AP CY)                                               26,200                        26,200                                                  
UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS                                     11,903                        11,903                                                  
OH 58 MODS                                                         462                           462                                                  
AIRCRAFT LONG RANGE MODS                                           752                           752                                                  
LONGBOW                                                        709,454                       709,454                                                  
LONGBOW (AP CY)                                                 35,000                        35,000                                                  
UH 1 MODS                                                        4,297                         4,297                                                  
UH 60 MODS                                                       3,021                        17,521                                         +14,500  
KIOWA WARRIOR                                                   41,816                        78,216                                         +36,400  
EH 60 QUICKFIX MODS                                                                                                                                   
AIRBORNE AVIONICS                                               60,042                        60,042                                                  
ASE MODS (SIRFC)                                                 4,487                         4,487                                                  
ASE MODS (ATIRCM)                                                                                                                                     
GATM                                                            10,073                        10,073                                                  
MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                                                                                    
SPARE PARTS (AIR)                                               15,167                        15,167                                                  
                                           --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT                              1,145,505                     1,265,405                                        +119,900  
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:                                                                                                                     
 OTHER SUPPORT:                                                                                                                                        
AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                                    13,900                                         +13,900  
COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                                         11,926                        11,926                                                  
AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS                                       3,490                        13,490                                         +10,000  
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                             74,144                        74,144                                                  
INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                            1,419                         1,419                                                  
AIRBORNE COMMUNICATIONS                                                                       10,000                                         +10,000  
                                           --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                         90,979                       124,879                                         +33,900  
                                           ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY                            1,323,262                     1,532,862                                        +209,600  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                         [In thousands of dollars]                                        

Item                          2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

UH 60 BLACKHAWK (MYP)         64,651                  120,451                      +55,800                       
AH 64 MODS                    18,516                  87,516                       +69,000                       
UH 60 MODS                    3,021                   17,521                       +14,500                       
KIOWA WARRIOR                 41,816                  78,216                       +36,400                       
AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                            13,900                       +13,900                       
AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS    3,490                   13,490                       +10,000                       
AIRBORNE COMMUNICATIONS                               10,000                       +10,000                       

       UH 60 Helicopters .--The Committee recommends an addition of        
   $55,800,000 for the purchase of 6 UH 60L model helicopters. The         
   Committee directs the six UH 60L's shall be made available to the Army  
   National Guard.                                                         

                                 MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY                        




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,322,305,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,295,728,000



          Committee recommendation                1,329,781,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,329,781,000 for the  
   Army's fiscal year 2001 ``Missile procurement'' account. The Committee's
   recommended funding level is $34,053,000 above the budget request.      
      This appropriation finances the procurement, production,             
   modification, and modernization of missiles, equipment, including       
   ordnance, ground handling equipment, spare parts, and accessories       
   therefore; specialized equipment and training devices; expansion of     
   public and private plants, including the land necessary therefore, for  
   the foregoing purposes, and such lands and interest therein, may be     
   acquired, and construction prosecuted thereon prior to approval title;  
   and procurement and installation of equipment, appliances, and machine  
   tools in public and private plants; reserve plant and Government- and   
   contractor-owned equipment layaway; and other expenses.                 
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the President's budget:                                   


                                                           [In thousands of dollars]                                                           

                                                     Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                                                                                                                   
OTHER MISSILES:                                         7             29,801         7              29,801                                                  
 ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM:                                                                                                                           
JAVELIN (AAWS M) SYSTEM SUMMARY (MYP)               3,754            372,248     3,754             332,248                                         -40,000  
JAVELIN (AAWS M) SYSTEM SUMMARY (MYP) (AP CY)                                                                                                               
MLRS ROCKET                                                            9,413                         9,413                                                  
MLRS LAUNCHER SYSTEMS                                  66            188,689        66             188,689                                                  
ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS (ATACMS)--SYS SUM                               15,044                        92,444                                         +77,400  
ATACMS BLKII SYSTEM SUMMARY                            55            230,334        55             215,334                                         -15,000  
BAT                                                                                                                                                         
MULTI PURPOSE INDV MUN (AP CY)                                         3,547                                                                        -3,547  
                                                 --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                                              1,134,439                     1,153,292                                         +18,853  
MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:                                                                                                                                   
 MODIFICATIONS:                                                                                                                                              
PATRIOT MODS                                                          22,929                        22,929                                                  
STINGER MODS                                                          21,838                        37,038                                         +15,200  
AVENGER MODS                                                           6,828                         6,828                                                  
ITAS/TOW MODS (MYP)                                                   64,562                        64,562                                                  
LRS MODS                                                              16,499                        16,499                                                  
                                                 --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF MISSILES                                      132,656                       147,856                                         +15,200  
SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                               20,785                        20,785                                                  
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:                                      2,394                         2,394                                                  
                                                 --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                                7,848                         7,848                                                  
                                                 ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                   1,295,728                     1,329,781                                         +34,053  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                               [In thousands of dollars]                                               

Item                                         2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

JAVELIN (AAWS M) SYSTEM SUMMARY                           372,248                     332,248                        -40,000  
ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS (ATACMS)--SYS SUM                    15,044                      92,444                        +77,400  
ATACMS/BAT                                                230,334                     215,334                        -15,000  
MULTI PURPOSE INDV MUN                                      3,547                                                     -3,547  
STINGER MODS                                               21,838                      37,038                        +15,200  


                  PROCUREMENT OF WEAPONS AND TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES, ARMY        




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,586,490,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,874,638,000



          Committee recommendation                2,166,574,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,166,574,000 for the  
   Army's fiscal year 2001 ``Procurement of weapons and tracked combat     
   vehicles'' account. The Committee recommendation is $291,936,000 above  
   the President's budget request.                                         
      This appropriation provides for the procurement of tanks, armored    
   personnel carriers, and combat engineer vehicles. Funds are also        
   provided for the acquisition of crew-served weapons, grenade launchers, 
   towed and self-propelled guns and howitzers, mortars, laser             
   rangefinders, associated training equipment, modification of inservice  
   equipment, initial spares and repair parts, major components, and       
   production base support.                                                
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                                [In thousands of dollars]                                                               

                                                              Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV, ARMY                                                                                                                                           
TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:                                                        5,331                         5,331                                                  
 MODIFICATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:                                                                                                                             
CARRIER, MOD                                                                   45,111                        45,111                                                  
FIST VEHICLE (MOD)                                                             31,898                        31,898                                                  
BFVS SERIES (MOD)                                                              37,142                        65,142                                         +28,000  
HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM M109A6 (MOD)                                          8,060                        70,060                                         +62,000  
FAASV PIP TO FLEET                                                                  5                             5                                                  
IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (M88 MOD)                                            68,385                        68,385                                                  
BREACHER SYSTEM (MOD)                                                                                                                                                
HEAVY ASSAULT BRIDGE (HAB) SYS (MOD)                                                                         77,000                                         +77,000  
ARMORED VEH LAUNCH BRIDGE (AVLB) (MOD)                                          1,692                                                                        -1,692  
AVLB SLEP                                                                      15,252                                                                       -15,252  
M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)                                                           36,098                        43,098                                          +7,000  
M1A1D RETROFIT                                                                    891                           891                                                  
SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT PGM: SEP M1A2                                16             36,149        16              36,149                                                  
ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM                                                        338,422                       338,422                                                  
ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM (AP CY)                                                174,445                       174,445                                                  
MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (TCV WTCV)                                                                                                                        
 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:                                                                                                                                    
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (TCV WTCV)                                             135                        10,135                                         +10,000  
PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (TCV WTCV)                                              9,250                         9,250                                                  
                                                          --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES                                              1,761,378                     2,038,634                                        +277,256  
WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES:                           1,196             12,449     1,196              12,449                                                  
 MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEH:                                                                                                                                 
MARK 19 MODIFICATIONS                                                           1,813                         1,813                                                  
M4 CARBINE MODS                                                                 2,504                         2,504                                                  
SQUAD AUTOMATIC WEAPON (MOD)                                                    9,956                         9,956                                                  
MEDIUM MACHINE GUNS (MODS)                                                        495                           495                                                  
HOWITZER, TOWED, 155MM, M198 (MODS)                                             3,507                         3,507                                                  
M119 MODIFICATIONS                                                              4,705                         4,705                                                  
M16 RIFLE MODS                                                                  9,592                         9,592                                                  
MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (WOCV WTCV)                                    787                           787                                                  
 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:                                                                                                                                    
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (WOCV WTCV)                                          1,182                         1,182                                                  
PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV WTCV)                                             5,152                         5,152                                                  
INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                         3,604                         3,604                                                  
SMALL ARMS (SOLDIER ENH PROG)                                                   3,506                         3,506                                                  
                                                          --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES                                       84,155                        98,835                                         +14,680  
SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS (WTCV)                         29,105                        29,105                                                  
                                                          ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV, ARMY                                           1,874,638                     2,166,574                                        +291,936  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                                [In thousands of dollars]                                               

Item                                          2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT                                   359,389                     368,389                         +9,000  
HAB TRAINING DEVICES                                                                     1,200                         +1,200  
MEDIUM ARMORED VEHICLE FAMILY: MAVF                        537,077                     637,077                       +100,000  
BFVS SERIES (MOD)                                           37,142                      65,142                        +28,000  
HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155 MM M 109A6 (MOD)                     8,060                      70,060                        +62,000  
HEAVY ASSAULT BRIDGE (HAB) SYS (MOD)                                                    77,000                        +77,000  
ARMORED VEH LAUNCH BRIDGE (AVLB) (MOD)                       1,692                                                     -1,692  
AVLB SLEP                                                   15,252                                                    -15,252  
M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)                                        36,098                      43,098                         +7,000  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TCV WTCV)                               135                      10,135                        +10,000  
MACHINE GUN, 5.56MDRVMM (SAW)                                                           12,180                        +12,180  
GRENADE LAUNCHER, AUTO, 40MM, MK19 3                        11,835                      14,335                         +2,500  

       Bradley base sustainment .--The Committee recommends an increase of 
   $3,000,000 to the Bradley base sustainment line for the procurement of  
   Bradley test sets.                                                      
       Army Transformation .--The Committee is encouraged by the desire of 
   the Army Chief of Staff to transform the Army into a lighter, more      
   responsive fighting force capable of deploying anywhere in the world in 
   less time than ever before. The Committee is further encouraged by the  
   Army's desire to build a force which optimizes commonality of components
   and subsystems to reduce sustainment and logistical requirements.       
      The Committee urges the Army to choose platforms for both the Interim
   Armored Vehicle variant and Mobile Gun System which reduce start up     
   costs, reduce the overall logistics burden, and reduces or even         
   eliminates, capital investment requirements to the Army. The Committee  
   expects that the Army will choose a system which takes advantage of     
   current technology in the industrial base and builds upon the prior and 
   ongoing investments the Army has made in the field of armored vehicles. 
       Items less than $5,000,000 (WOCV WTCV) .--The Committee recommends  
   an increase of $10,000,000 to procure Product Improved Combat Vehicle   
   Crewman's Headsets (PICVC), which have greater electro-magnetic         
   interference (EMI) protection than current systems.                     
       Heavy Assault Bridge (HAB) .--The Committee is discouraged by the   
   Army's decision to cut the Wolverine Heavy Assault Bridge from the      
   budget. The Heavy Assault Bridge was designed to take the place of the  
   aging, less capable Armored Vehicle Launch Bridge (AVLB). However, the  
   Army has decided to terminate this modernization program, which was     
   fully funded by Congress, in favor of retaining the less capable,       
   antiquated AVLB.                                                        
      The Committee finds it ironic that the Army is asking for an         
   increased quantity of its main battle tank, the M 1A2 SEP, the most     
   capable, advanced tank in the world, yet the bridging asset used by the 
   modern tank force remains a relic of the Korean War era.                
      The AVLB, by the Army's own admission, has a limited mission profile,
   is unable to keep up with the force, has a limited gap crossing,        
   maintains a mid-80 percentile readiness rating and relies on parts which
   are no longer available.                                                
      With the average age of the AVLB fleet at over 22 years, the         
   Committee's confidence level remains low that this aging asset can keep 
   pace with the most modern, lethal tank force in the world. The Committee
   is optimistic that the Army will restore funding for the Heavy Assault  
   Bridge in its Future Year Defense Plan, and therefore restores          
   $77,000,000 to the Heavy Assault Bridge. Additionally, the Committee    
   directs the Army to restore all funding to the HAB training devices as  
   well.                                                                   
      The Committee urges the Army to continue with a plan that is more    
   responsible and realistic in the future with regard to bridging assets. 
                              PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,204,120,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,131,323,000



          Committee recommendation                1,212,149,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,212,149,000 for Army 
   ammunition for fiscal year 2001. This is $80,826,000 above the          
   President's budget request.                                             
      This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition for        
   training and war reserve stocks, modernization and maintenance of       
   equipment and facilities (including construction), and maintenance of   
   inactive ammunition facilities.                                         
                               COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAMS                     

      The following table details the Committee recommendation in          
   comparison with the budget request:                                     


                                                           [In thousands of dollars]                                                           

                                                     Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY                                                                                                                             
AMMUNITION:                                                                                                                                                 
 SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION:                                                                                                                                
CTG 5.56MM, ALL TYPES                                                 97,758                        97,758                                                  
CTG 5.56MM ARMOR PIERCING M995                        873              1,337       873               1,337                                                  
CTG 7.62MM, ALL TYPES                                                  8,990                         8,990                                                  
CTG 7.62MM ARMOR PIERCING XM993                                                                                                                             
CTG, 9MM, ALL TYPES                                                    2,487                         2,487                                                  
CTG 50 CAL, ALL TYPES                                                 10,646                        13,646                                          +3,000  
CTG CAL .50 API MK211 MOD 0                           254              1,987       254               1,987                                                  
CTG 20MM, ALL TYPES                                                    2,004                         2,004                                                  
CTG 25MM, ALL TYPES                                                   57,780                        57,780                                                  
CTG 30MM, ALL TYPES                                                    9,517                        14,517                                          +5,000  
CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES                                                  60,788                        64,788                                          +4,000  
NONLETHAL WEAPONS CAPABILITY SET                        5              8,397         5               8,397                                                  
 MORTAR AMMUNITION:                                                                                                                                          
60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                                                28,673                        31,173                                          +2,500  
CTG MORTAR 60MM SMOKE WP M722                                                                                                                               
CTG MORTAR 81MM PRAC 1/10 RANGE M880                   24                930        24                 930                                                  
CTG MORTAR 120MM HE M934 W/MO FUZE                     62             45,031        62              49,031                                          +4,000  
CTG MORTAR 120MM ILLUM XM930 W/MTSQ FZ                                                               5,000                                          +5,000  
CTG MORTAR 120MM SMOKE M929 W/MO FUZE                                                                                                                       
CTG 120MM WP SMOKE M929A1                              26             24,969        26              24,969                                                  
 TANK AMMUNITION:                                                                                                                                            
CTG 120MM APFSDS T M829A2/M829E3                                                                                                                            
CTG 120MM HEAT MP T M830A1                                                                                                                                  
CTG TANK 120MM TP T M831/M831A1                        87             48,477        87              48,477                                                  
CTG TANK 120MM TPCSDS T M865                          199            101,512       199             101,512                                                  
 ARTILLERY AMMUNITION:                                                                                                                                       
CTG ARTY 75MM BLANK M337A1                             40              1,807        40               1,807                                                  
CTG ARTY 105MM BLANK M395                                                                                                                                   
CTG ARTY 105MM DPICM XM915                                                                          10,000                                         +10,000  
CTG ARTY 105MM M927                                                                                  5,000                                          +5,000  
CTG ARTY 105MM ILLUM M314 SERIES                                         130                           130                                                  
PROJ ARTY 155MM SMOKE WP M825                                         14,682                        14,682                                                  
PROJ ARTY 155MM HE M795                                                                                                                                     
PROJ ARTY 155MM SADARM M898                                           14,907                        14,907                                                  
REMOTE AREA DENIAL ARTILLERY MUNITION (RADAM)         117             47,674        36              15,000       -81                               -32,674  
PROJ ARTY 155MM HE M107                               175             35,178       175              40,178                                          +5,000  
MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM (MACS)                164             27,432       164              42,432                                         +15,000  
 ARTILLERY FUZES:                                                                                                                                            
ARTILLERY FUZES, ALL TYPES                                            67,005                        67,005                                                  
FUZE ARTY ELEC TIME M767                                                                                                                                    
FUZE MULTI OPTION                                                                                                                                           
 MINES:                                                                                                                                                      
MINE, TRAINING, ALL TYPES                                              3,892                         3,892                                                  
MINE AT M87 (VOLCANO)                                                                               15,000                                         +15,000  
WIDE AREA MUNITIONS                                    58              7,284        58              23,284                                         +16,000  
 ROCKETS:                                                                                                                                                    
BUNKER DEFEATING MUNITION (BDM)                                                                                                                             
ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES                                          152,767                       152,767                                                  
 OTHER AMMUNITION:                                                                                                                                           
DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                                       16,603                        17,603                                          +1,000  
GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                                   20,260                        23,260                                          +3,000  
SIGNALS, ALL TYPES                                                    13,067                        13,067                                                  
SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES                                                  3,053                         3,053                                                  
 MISCELLANEOUS:                                                                                                                                              
AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES                                             6,750                         6,750                                                  
CAD/PAD ALL TYPES                                                      4,298                         4,298                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                            10,145                        10,145                                                  
AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT                                          9,476                         9,476                                                  
FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (AMMO)                                5,118                         5,118                                                  
CLOSEOUT LIABILITIES                                                   5,764                         5,764                                                  
                                                 --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AMMUNITION                                                    978,575                     1,039,401                                         +60,826  
AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT:                                                                                                                         
 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT:                                                                                                                                    
PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                    47,748                        47,748                                                  
LAYAWAY OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                       3,215                         3,215                                                  
MAINTENANCE OF INACTIVE FACILITIES                                    12,267                        12,267                                                  
CONVENTIONAL AMMO DEMILITARIZATION                                    84,799                        84,799                                                  
ARMS INITIATIVE                                                        4,719                        24,719                                         +20,000  
                                                 --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT                            152,748                       172,748                                         +20,000  
                                                 ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY                             1,131,323                     1,212,149                                         +80,826  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                                  [In thousands of dollars]                                                  

Item                                               2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES                                          10,646                      13,646                         +3,000  
CTG, 30MDRVMM, ALL TYPES                                          9,517                      14,517                         +5,000  
CTG, 40MDRVMM, ALL TYPES                                         60,788                      64,788                         +4,000  
60MDRVMM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                                       28,673                      31,173                         +2,500  
CTG MORTAR 120MDRVMM HE M934 W/MO FUZE                           45,031                      49,031                         +4,000  
CTG MORTAR 120MDRVMM ILLUM XM930 W/MTSQ FZ                                                    5,000                         +5,000  
CTG ARTY 105MDRVMM DPICM XM915                                                               10,000                        +10,000  
CTG ARTY 105MDRVMM M927                                                                       5,000                         +5,000  
REMOTE AREA DENIAL ARTILLERY MUNITION (RADAM)                    47,674                      15,000                        -32,674  
PROJ ARTY 155MDRVMM HE M107                                      35,178                      40,178                         +5,000  
MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM (MACS)                           27,432                      42,432                        +15,000  
MINE AT M87 (VOLCANO)                                                                        15,000                        +15,000  
WIDE AREA MUNITIONS                                               7,284                      23,284                        +16,000  
DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                                  16,603                      17,603                         +1,000  
GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                              20,260                      23,260                         +3,000  
ARMS INITIATIVE                                                   4,719                      24,719                        +20,000  

       Worker Health and Safety .--The Committee is concerned that workers 
   at various military installations may have been exposed to radioactive  
   and hazardous substances. The Committee is further concerned that       
   workers at a particular site, both past and current, may be unable or   
   unwilling to discuss these exposures with their health care providers or
   other appropriate officials due to secrecy oaths or policies. Therefore,
   the Committee encourages the Department of Defense to review its current
   policies to insure that workers who may have been exposed to radioactive
   and hazardous materials, are able to discuss those exposures with their 
   health care providers or other appropriate officials. The Secretary of  
   Defense shall submit a report to the Congressional Defense Committees by
   March 1, 2001 which addresses these policies.                           
                                  OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY                         




          Appropriations, 2000           $3,738,934,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                3,795,870,000



          Committee recommendation                4,060,728,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $4,060,728,000 for the  
   Army's fiscal year 2001 ``Other procurement'' account, $264,858,000     
   above the budget request.                                               
      This appropriation finances the acquisition and lease of: tactical   
   and commercial vehicles including trucks, semitrailers, and trailers of 
   all types to provide mobility to field forces and the Army logistical   
   system; communications and electronics equipment of all types to provide
   fixed, semifixed, and mobile strategic and tactical communications      
   equipment; and other support equipment such as chemical defensive       
   equipment, tactical bridging equipment, maintenance shop sets,          
   construction equipment, floating and rail equipment, generators and     
   power units, material-handling equipment, medical support equipment,    
   special equipment for user testing, and training devices that are not   
   specific to a particular weapon system. In each of these activities,    
   funds are also included for modification of inservice equipment, spares 
   and repair parts, and production base support.                          
                               COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                                      [In thousands of dollars]                                                                      

                                                                           Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                                                                                                                                           
TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                                    
 TACTICAL VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                                                
TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS                                                                                               5,000                                          +5,000  
SEMITRAILER FB BB/CONT TRANS 22 1/2 T                                       374             12,135       374              12,135                                                  
SEMITRAILER LB 40T M870A1 (CCE)                                              24              1,912        24               1,912                                                  
SEMITRAILER, TANK, 5000G                                                                    30,213                        30,213                                                  
SEMITRAILER, TANK, 7500G, BULKHAUL                                          376             20,010       376              20,010                                                  
SEMITRAILER VAN CGO SUPPLY 12T 4WHL M129A2C                                  67              6,147        67               6,147                                                  
HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH (HMMWV)                                        1,002            110,746     1,187             135,746      +185                               +25,000  
TRUCK, DUMP, 20T (CCE)                                                       19              5,208        19               5,208                                                  
FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH (FMTV)                                                       438,256                       475,556                                         +37,300  
FIRETRUCKS AND ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT                                            14,830                        14,830                                                  
FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV)                                                   166,119                       169,119                                          +3,000  
ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES (ASV)                                              20             13,453        25              16,453        +5                                +3,000  
TRUCK, TRACTOR, LINE HAUL, M915/M916                                                        42,989                        42,989                                                  
TRUCK, TRACTOR, YARD TYPE, M878 (C/S)                                                                                                                                             
HVY EXPANDED MOBILE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT SERV P                                94             17,233        94              17,233                                                  
LINE HAUL ESP                                                               362             27,054       362              27,054                                                  
MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP                                                                28,910                        38,910                                         +10,000  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (TAC VEH)                                                         1,853                         1,853                                                  
 NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                                            
HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN                                                          12              2,263                                     -12                                -2,263  
PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                                                  35                834        35                 700                                            -134  
GENERAL PURPOSE VEHICLES                                                                       989                           989                                                  
SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES                                                                     1,021                         1,021                                                  
                                                                       --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES                                                       942,175                     1,023,078                                         +80,903  
COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                         
 COMM--JOINT COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                                       
COMBAT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM                                                               13,096                        13,096                                                  
JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)                                                                    5,553                         5,553                                                  
 COMM--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                                   
DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (SPACE)                                             72,034                        72,034                                                  
SHF TERM                                                                                    38,307                        14,007                                         -24,300  
SAT TERM, EMUT (SPACE)                                                                       3,475                         3,475                                                  
NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE)                                                   21,439                        21,439                                                  
SMART T (SPACE)                                                                             48,594                        32,594                                         -16,000  
SCAMP (SPACE)                                                                                4,261                         4,261                                                  
GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS                                                                       9,286                         4,286                                          -5,000  
MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SAT)                                                                1,489                         1,489                                                  
 COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                                      
ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA RADIO)                                                  32,675                        65,275                                         +32,600  
SINCGARS FAMILY                                                                             18,340                        38,340                                         +20,000  
JOINT TACTICAL AREA COMMAND SYSTEMS                                                            972                           972                                                  
ACUS MOD PROGRAM (WIN T/T)                                                                 113,951                       190,951                                         +77,000  
COMMS-ELEC EQUIP FIELDING                                                                    3,348                         3,348                                                  
SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM COMM/ELECTRONICS                                                 4,374                         4,374                                                  
PRODUCT IMPROVED COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN HEADSET                                                                                                                                   
MEDICAL COMM FOR CBT CASUALTY CARE (MC4)                                                     2,459                         2,459                                                  
 INFORMATION SECURITY:                                                                                                                                                             
TSEC--ARMY KEY MGT SYS (AKMS)                                                               11,051                        11,051                                                  
INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM--ISSP                                                   54,374                        71,374                                         +17,000  
 COMM--LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                                   
TERRESTRIAL TRANSMISSION                                                                     2,025                         2,025                                                  
BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS                                                                  3,945                         3,945                                                  
ARMY DISN ROUTER                                                                             4,339                         4,339                                                  
ELECTROMAG COMP PROG (EMCP)                                                                    431                           431                                                  
WW TECH CON IMP PROG (WWTCIP)                                                                2,865                         2,865                                                  
 COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                                        
INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                                                         57,779                        86,879                                         +29,100  
DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS)                                                                18,836                        18,836                                                  
LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN)                                                                    65,975                        65,975                                                  
PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT AND TELECOM                                                        65,412                        20,412                                         -45,000  
 ELECT EQUIP--NAT FOR INT PROG (NFIP):                                                                                                                                             
FOREIGN COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROG (FCI)                                                         869                           869                                                  
GENERAL DEFENSE INTELL PROG (GDIP)                                                          19,604                        19,604                                                  
 ELECT EQUIP--TACT INT REL ACT (TIARA):                                                                                                                                            
ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS (ASAS) (TIARA)                                                      66,671                        66,671                                                  
JTT/CIBS M (TIARA)                                                          183             26,753       183              26,753                                                  
PROPHET GROUND (TIARA)                                                                       9,571                         9,571                                                  
TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (TUAV)                                       4             37,789         4              37,789                                                  
JOINT STARS (ARMY) (TIARA)                                                                  66,415                        66,415                                                  
DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS (DTSS) (TIARA)                                   44             20,030        44              20,030                                                  
TACTICAL EXPLOITATION OF NATIONAL CAPABILITIE                                               12,853                        12,853                                                  
COMMON IMAGERY GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEM (CIGSS)                                                 2,833                         2,833                                                  
TROJAN (TIARA)                                                                               4,264                         4,264                                                  
MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (INTEL SPT) (TIARA)                                                        224                           224                                                  
CI HUMINT AUTOMATED TOOL SET (CHATS) (TIARA)                                404              1,939       404               1,939                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (TIARA)                                                                  484                           484                                                  
 ELECT EQUIP--ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW):                                                                                                                                             
SHORTSTOP                                                                                                                                                                         
COUNTERINTELLIGENCE/SECURITY COUNTERMEASURES                                                 2,311                         2,311                                                  
 ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV. (TAC SURV);                                                                                                                                           
FAAD GBS                                                                      2             24,188         2              24,188                                                  
NIGHT VISION DEVICES                                                                        34,146                        79,146                                         +45,000  
LONG RANGE ADVANCED SCOUT SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                77             46,156        77              46,156                                                  
LTWT VIDEO RECON SYSTEM (LWVRS)                                                              1,199                         1,199                                                  
NIGHT VISION, THERMAL WPN SIGHT                                           1,664             35,348     1,664              35,348                                                  
COMBAT IDENTIFICATION/AIMING LIGHT                                                           8,040                        13,040                                          +5,000  
ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIP                                                                    14,405                        14,405                                                  
PORTABLE INDUCTIVE ARTILLERY FUZE SETTER (PIA                                                                                                                                     
MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SURV)                                                              18,530                        23,530                                          +5,000  
DIGITIZATION APPLIQUE                                                     1,660             60,802     1,660              60,802                                                  
LIGHTWEIGHT LASER DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINDER (LLD                                29              7,093        29               7,093                                                  
COMPUTER BALLISTICS: MORTAR M 30                                             73              1,652        73               1,652                                                  
MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM                                                   36              7,341        36               7,341                                                  
INTEGRATED MET SYS SENSORS (IMETS)--TIARA                                     7              7,018         7               7,018                                                  
 ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2 SYSTEMS:                                                                                                                                                 
TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS                                                                 17,260                        25,260                                          +8,000  
ADV FIELD ARTILLERY TACT DATA SYS (AFATDS)                                  456             54,452       456              54,452                                                  
FIRE SUPPORT ADA CONVERSION                                                                    972                           972                                                  
CMBT SVC SUPT CONTROL SYS (CSSCS)                                           333             27,411       333              27,411                                                  
FAAD C2                                                                       2             17,868         2              29,868                                         +12,000  
FAADC2I MODIFICATIONS                                                                                                                                                             
AIR AND MSL DEFENSE PLANNING AND CONTROL SYS (AMD                                            4,859                         4,859                                                  
FORWARD ENTRY DEVICE (FED)                                                                  17,153                        17,153                                                  
STRIKER-COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                           33             19,084        33              27,084                                          +8,000  
LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT (LCSS)                                                           1,010                         1,010                                                  
LOGTECH                                                                                      7,505                         7,505                                                  
TC AIMS II                                                                                  10,376                        10,376                                                  
GUN LAYING AND POS SYS (GLPS)                                                92              8,410        92               8,410                                                  
ISYSCON EQUIPMENT                                                                           26,558                        26,558                                                  
MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS)                                               176             22,935       176              22,935                                                  
STAMIS TACTICAL COMPUTERS (STACOMP)                                                         40,015                        40,015                                                  
STANDARD INTEGRATED CMD POST SYSTEM                                                         35,971                        41,171                                          +5,200  
 ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION:                                                                                                                                                          
ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION                                                                 35,960                        35,960                                                  
AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP                                                            172,051                       183,051                                         +11,000  
RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS (RCAS)                                                     91,495                        91,495                                                  
 ELECT EQUIP--AUDIO VISUAL SYS (A/V):                                                                                                                                              
AFRTS                                                                                        1,519                         1,519                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (A/V)                                                                  3,217                         3,217                                                  
                                                                       --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT                                          1,847,767                     2,032,367                                        +184,600  
OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                                          
 CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                                     
GEN SMK MECH:MTRZD DUAL PURP M56                                             48             11,369        48              11,369                                                  
GENERATOR, SMOKE, MECH M58                                                                   5,585                         5,585                                                  
M6 DISCHARGER                                                                                                                                                                     
 BRIDGING EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                                               
HEAVY DRY SUPT BRIDGE SYSTEM                                                  4             19,224         4              19,224                                                  
RIBBON BRIDGE                                                                               15,669                        15,669                                                  
FLOAT BRIDGE PROPULSION                                                       5              1,942         5               1,942                                                  
ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION) EQUIPMENT KIT, STANDARD TELEOPERA- TING           2                688         2                 688                                                  
EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQPMT (EOD EQPMT)                                                5,206                         5,206                                                  
LESS THAN $5M, COUNTERMINE EQUIPMENT                                                           993                           993                                                  
BN COUNTERMINE SIP                                                                           7,442                         7,442                                                  
 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                                 
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNITS (ECU)                                           150              6,348       150               6,348                                                  
ARMY SPACE HEATER 120,000 BTU (ASH)                                                                                                                                               
LARGE CAPACITY FIELD HEATER, 400K BTU                                                                                                                                             
AIR CONDITIONERS                                                                                                                                                                  
LAUNDRIES, SHOWERS AND LATRINES                                                             12,580                        12,580                                                  
FLOODLIGHT SET, ELEC, TRL MTD, 3 LIGHTS                                                                                                                                           
SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT                                                                          3,984                         3,984                                                  
LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE (LME)                                     160              1,999       546               6,599      +386                                +4,600  
FORCE PROVIDER                                                                3             22,263         3              22,263                                                  
FIELD FEEDING AND REFRIGERATION                                                             11,976                        11,976                                                  
AIR DROP PROGRAM                                                                             3,971                         3,971                                                  
CAMOUFLAGE: ULCANS                                                                                                        10,000                                         +10,000  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CSS EQ)                                                               1,909                         1,909                                                  
 PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                                              
FAMILY OF TANK ASSEMBLIES, FABRIC, COLLAPSIBL                                                2,489                         2,489                                                  
LABS, PETROLEUM AND WATER                                                                                                                                                         
DISTRIBUTION SYS, PET AND WATER                                                                                                                                                   
QUALITY SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT                                                               7,120                         7,120                                                  
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, PETROLEUM AND WATER                                                   13,516                        13,516                                                  
PUMPS, WATER AND FUEL                                                                                                                                                             
HOSELINE OUTFIT FUEL HANDLING                                                50              5,878        50               5,878                                                  
INLAND PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM                                                         5,618                         5,618                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (POL)                                                                                                                                                  
 WATER EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                                                  
WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS                                                                  40,727                        40,727                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (WATER EQ)                                                                                                                                             
 MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT;                                                                                                                                                            
SHOP EQ CONTACT MAINTENANCE TRK MTD (MYP)                                   169              9,650       169               9,650                                                  
WELDING SHOP, TRAILER MTD                                                   144              6,042       144               6,042                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (MAINT EQ)                                                        5,078                         5,078                                                  
STEAM CLEANER, TRAILER MOUNTED                                                                                                                                                    
CONCRETE MOBILE MIXER MODOULE, 8 CUBIC YARD                                                                                                                                       
BITUMINOUS DISTRIBUTOR MODULE, 2800 GAL                                                                                                                                           
 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                                           
MISSION MODULES--ENGINEERING                                                                 1,489                         1,489                                                  
ROLLER, VIBRATORY, SELF-PROPELLED (CCE)                                      70              4,671        70               9,671                                          +5,000  
COMPACTOR, HIGH SPEED                                                                                                                                                             
DUMP MODULE, 12 CUBIC YARD                                                                                                                                                        
LOADERS                                                                       5              1,444         5               1,444                                                  
HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR                                                          35              8,282        35               8,282                                                  
DEPLOYABLE UNIVERSAL COMBAT EARTH MOVERS                                     34             14,146        34              21,146                                          +7,000  
CRANE SHOVEL CRAWLER MTD, 20 40 TON W/ATTACH                                                                                                                                      
CRANES                                                                                       6,089                         6,089                                                  
CRUSHING/SCREENING PLANT, 150 TPH                                                               89                            89                                                  
CONST EQUIP SLEP                                                                             1,986                         1,986                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (CONST EQUIP)                                                     2,635                         2,635                                                  
 RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                            
SMALL TUG                                                                                                                                                                         
LOGISTIC SUPPORT VESSEL (LSV)                                                                                                                                                     
LOGISTICS SUPPORT VESSEL (ESP)                                                1              6,638         1               6,638                                                  
CAUSEWAY SYSTEMS                                                                            17,227                        17,227                                                  
RAILWAY CAR, FLAT, 89 FOOT                                                                                                                                                        
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (FLOAT/RAIL)                                                      6,722                         6,722                                                  
 GENERATORS:                                                                                                                                                                       
GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIP                                                             85,886                        85,886                                                  
LARGE SETS                                                                                                                                                                        
 MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                                      
ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER HANDLER, 53,000 LBS                                  77             40,031        77              40,031                                                  
ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY SYSTEM                                             196             24,407       196              24,407                                                  
ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER CRANE                                                 4              2,056         4               2,056                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (MHE)                                                             1,231                         1,231                                                  
 TRAINING EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                                               
CTC INSTRUMENTATION SUPPORT                                                                 81,845                        94,445                                         +12,600  
TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM                                                                 91,937                       103,937                                         +12,000  
CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER                                                               81,160                        20,315                                         -60,845  
AVIATION COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (AVCA                                               14,744                        14,744                                                  
FIRE SUPPORT COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER                                                  1,457                         1,457                                                  
 TEST MEASURE AND DIG EQUIPMENT (TMD):                                                                                                                                             
CALIBRATION SETS EQUIPMENT                                                                  18,828                        18,828                                                  
ELECTRONIC REPAIR SHELTER                                                                                                                                                         
INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT (IFTE)                                                  65,381                        68,381                                          +3,000  
TEST EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION (TEMOD)                                                        18,738                        18,738                                                  
ARMY DIAGNOSTICS IMPROVEMENT PGM (ADIP)                                                     17,300                        17,300                                                  
RECONFIGURABLE SIMULATORS                                                                    2,330                         2,330                                                  
PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS (OPA3)                                                            18,856                        18,856                                                  
MOBILE DETECTION ASSESSMENT RESPONSE SYSTEM                                                                                                                                       
BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT                                                                   7,399                         7,399                                                  
MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC EQUIPMENT (OPA 3)                                                    28,008                        28,008                                                  
PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (OTH)                                                                2,367                         2,367                                                  
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TEST- ING                                                        24,344                        24,344                                                  
MA8975                                                                                       2,332                         2,332                                                  
                                                                       --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                             962,888                       962,243                                            -645  
SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS:                                                                                                                                                           
                                                                       --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS                                                               43,040                        43,040                                                  
                                                                       ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY                                                           3,795,870                     4,060,728                                        +264,858  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                                 [In thousands of dollars]                                                

Item                                            2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS                                                               5,000                         +5,000  
HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH (HMMWV)                           110,746                     135,746                        +25,000  
FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH (FMTV)                         438,256                     475,556                        +37,300  
FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV)                     166,119                     169,119                         +3,000  
ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES (ASV)                               13,453                      16,453                         +3,000  
MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP                                  28,910                      38,910                        +10,000  
HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN                                            2,263                                                     -2,263  
PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                                      834                         700                           -134  
SHF TERM                                                      38,307                      14,007                        -24,300  
SMART T (SPACE)                                               48,594                      32,594                        -16,000  
GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS                                         9,286                       4,286                         -5,000  
ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA RADIO)                    32,675                      65,275                        +32,600  
SINCGARS FAMILY                                               18,340                      38,340                        +20,000  
ACUS MOD PROGRAM (WIN T/T)                                   113,951                     190,951                        +77,000  
INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM--ISSP                     54,374                      71,374                        +17,000  
INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                           57,779                      86,879                        +29,100  
PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT AND TELECOM                          65,412                      20,412                        -45,000  
NIGHT VISION DEVICES                                          34,146                      79,146                        +45,000  
COMBAT IDENTIFICATION/AIMING LIGHT                             8,040                      13,040                         +5,000  
MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SURV)                                18,530                      23,530                         +5,000  
TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS                                   17,260                      25,260                         +8,000  
FAAD C2                                                       17,868                      29,868                        +12,000  
STRIKER-COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                            19,084                      27,084                         +8,000  
STANDARD INTEGRATED CMD POST SYSTEM                           35,971                      41,171                         +5,200  
AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP                              172,051                     183,051                        +11,000  
LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE (LME)                        1,999                       6,599                         +4,600  
CAMOUFLAGE: ULCANS                                                                        10,000                        +10,000  
COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL                                        31,567                      37,567                         +6,000  
ROLLER, VIBRATORY, SELF PROPELLED (CCE)                        4,671                       9,671                         +5,000  
DEPLOYABLE UNIVERSAL COMBAT EARTH MOVERS                      14,146                      21,146                         +7,000  
CTC INSTRUMENTATION SUPPORT                                   81,845                      94,445                        +12,600  
TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM                                   91,937                     103,937                        +12,000  
CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER                                 81,160                      20,315                        -60,845  
INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT (IFTE)                    65,381                      68,381                         +3,000  

       Warfighter Information Network .--The Committee recommends an       
   increase of $63,000,000 to procure additional AN/TTC 56 single shelter  
   switches with associated support assemblages and network management     
   capability.                                                             
       Lightweight Maintenance Enclosure (LME) .--The Committee recommends 
   an additional $4,600,000 in the Lightweight Maintenance Enclosure (LME) 
   program.                                                                
       STAR T .--The Committee remains concerned that the STAR T program   
   has continued to experience problems in its IOT&E. The Committee is     
   additionally concerned that the STAR T was not ready to start           
   Operational Testing due to software failures. The Milestone III decision
   has slipped again, and the Committee is concerned that the program      
   remains in jeopardy of falling further behind. The Committee looks      
   forward to working with the Army and anticipates certification by the   
   Secretary of the Army that the program no longer has any software       
   integration problems. The Committee recommends freezing the fiscal year 
   2001 request at the fiscal year 2000 amount, a reduction of $24,300,000.
       SMART T .--The Committee is concerned that the Secure Mobile        
   Anti-jam Reliable Tactical Terminal (SMART T) program has experienced   
   problems demonstrating reliability test values necessary to award the   
   fiscal year 2000 contract option. The Committee is further concerned    
   that the fiscal year 2000 funds are unexecutable and therefore          
   recommends a rescission of $29,300,000. Additionally, the Committee also
   recommends freezing the fiscal year 2001 request at the fiscal year 2000
   amount, a reduction of $16,794,000.                                     
       FSCATT .--In fiscal year 2000, Congress appropriated $24,400,000 to 
   continue procurement of an additional 16 Fire Support Combined Arms     
   Tactical Trainers (M109A6 HCT). The Committee is concerned that the Army
   has reduced procurement of FSCATT to 10 devices, counter to previous    
   Congressional intent. The Committee expects the Army to restore such    
   funding as necessary from fiscal year 2000 funds to complete the        
   procurement of 16 FSCATT devices. FSCATT is an important system for     
   training reserve component organizations with limited access to live    
   fire gunnery.                                                           
       Global Broadcast System .--The Committee is concerned with the delay
   of the Global Broadcast System program and is not confident that the    
   schedule will be able to support the procurement of the Tactical Ground 
   Receive Suites.                                                         
       CCTT .--The Committee is concerned that the Close Combat Tactical   
   Trainer has not passed a Follow On Test and Evaluation to date. The CCTT
   has been evaluated as not suitable in the past. The Committee is        
   encouraged by the progress made with regard to image generation, but    
   still remains concerned that testing has not been completed. The        
   Committee recommends a reduction of $60,845,000, and encourages the     
   continued procurement of image generation equipment.                    
       Training Devices, Nonsystem .--The Committee recommends an addition 
   of $7,000,000 for the procurement of Multiple Integrated Laser          
   Engagement System 2000 (MILES 2000) equipment and associated            
   communication support to provide a fully capable training site for      
   Northern Edge and other service and joint exercises.                    
       Night Vision Equipment .--The Committee recommends an additional    
   $45,000,000 for night vision equipment. The Committee agrees that the   
   night vision equipment account shall be executed by the Army with       
   priority interest given to the following items: AN/PEQ 2A, AN/PAC 4C    
   Target Pointer Illuminator Aiming Lights (TPIAL), AN/PVS 7 NVD, 25MDRVmm
   I2 tubes, AN/PAS 13 Thermal Weapon Sight.                               

                                 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY                       




          Appropriations, 2000           $8,662,655,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                7,963,858,000



          Committee recommendation                8,426,499,000



      The Committee recommends $8,426,499,000, an increase of $462,641,000 
   to the budget request. This appropriation account finances the          
   construction, procurement, production, modification, and modernization  
   of aircraft, including ordnance systems, ground support equipment,      
   flight simulators, spare parts, accessories, and specialized equipment; 
   and expansion of public and private plants.                             
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The Committee recommendation increases funds to purchase additional  
   training aircraft, to procure additional AV 8B aircraft modifications,  
   to purchase Marine Corps' night targeting systems, and to accelerate    
   modifications of the Navy's P 3 surveillance warfare aircraft. The      
   Committee's adjustments are reflected in the following tables and       
   discussed in the text which follows.                                    


                                                                 [In thousands of dollars]                                                                 

                                                                 Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                                                                                                                              
COMBAT AIRCRAFT:                                                   10            226,646        14             302,196        +4                               +75,550  
                                                             --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                                                         4,840,368                     4,899,460                                         +59,092  
AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:                                                  15            165,071        18             227,846        +3                               +62,775  
                                                             --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                                                          295,758                       418,257                                        +122,499  
TRAINER AIRCRAFT:                                                  12            268,579        15             317,779        +3                               +49,200  
                                                             --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, TRAINER AIRCRAFT                                                          348,093                       404,293                                         +56,200  
OTHER AIRCRAFT: KC 130J                                             2            154,818         3             229,418        +1                               +74,600  
MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT:                                                        203,102                       186,302                                         -16,800  
                                                             --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT                                                  998,446                     1,143,696                                        +145,250  
AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                        941,553                       941,553                                                  
AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:                                       312,411                       315,411                                          +3,000  
                                                             --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                                 384,822                       389,822                                          +5,000  
                                                             ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                              7,963,858                     8,426,499                                        +462,641  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                            [In thousands of dollars]                                            

Item                                   2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

AV 8B (V/STOL)HARRIER (MYP)                         226,646                     302,196                        +75,550  
F/A 18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP)                  2,818,553                   2,775,953                        -42,600  
SH 60R                                              162,327                     249,027                        +86,700  
 2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP)                   252,790                     192,232                        -60,558  
CH 60S (MYP)                                        165,071                     227,846                        +62,775  
C 40A                                                                           110,000                       +110,000  
VP 3 REPLACEMENT AIRCRAFT                            50,276                                                    -50,276  
T 45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK                            268,579                     317,779                        +49,200  
JPATS                                                74,372                      81,372                         +7,000  
KC 130J                                             154,818                     229,418                        +74,600  
EA 6 SERIES                                         203,102                     186,302                        -16,800  
AV 8 SERIES                                          40,639                      81,139                        +40,500  
 14 SERIES                                           30,481                      31,481                         +1,000  
 18 SERIES                                          212,614                     249,814                        +37,200  
AH 1W SERIES                                          9,758                      13,758                         +4,000  
H 53 SERIES                                          19,919                      25,119                         +5,200  
SH 60 SERIES                                         21,088                      23,888                         +2,800  
H 1 SERIES                                            2,642                      21,392                        +18,750  
EP 3 SERIES                                          25,833                      30,833                         +5,000  
P 3 SERIES                                           60,710                     108,310                        +47,600  
COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                             312,411                     315,411                         +3,000  
WAR CONSUMABLES                                      13,015                      15,015                         +2,000  

       F 14 Upgrade .--The recommendation includes an increase of          
   $1,000,000 only for the procurement of F 14 radar warning receiver (RWR)
   antennas and system upgrades. The Committee has also included an        
   increase of $1,000,000 only for development, integration and test costs 
   associated with this project to replace the RWR antennas and to make    
   other necessary modifications for improved F 14 RWR performance. The    
   Committee has learned that simply replacing the current antennas with an
   existing antenna could improve the performance of the F 14 RWR and thus 
   enhance the pilot's situation awareness in a threat environment. The    
   Committee directs that the Navy proceed with this upgrade for all active
   duty F 14 aircraft.                                                     
       E 2C .--In fiscal year 1999, the Committee endorsed the E 2C        
   multi-year procurement and fully funded the production program in fiscal
   year 1999 and fiscal year 2000. The Committee continues to support the  
   Navy's E 2C inventory requirement, recognizing the essential            
   contribution made by the E 2C to fleet operations. Other nations have   
   also recognized the value of the E 2C, and recently three aircraft were 
   purchased through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.             
      However, these FMS purchases combined with the DoD multi-year        
   procurement have the potential to disrupt the steady operations of the E
   2C production line. Therefore, the Committee has deleted one E 2C       
   aircraft from the fiscal year 2001 request. This action, similar to the 
   Air Force budget proposal to stabilize the C 17 production rate in light
   of international C 17 sales, will maintain a steady production rate for 
   the E 2C. Further, this recommendation will potentially extend the life 
   of the E 2C production line, giving the United States and its allies the
   opportunity to reevaluate future E 2C inventory requirements.           

                                 WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY                        




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,383,413,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,434,250,000



          Committee recommendation                1,571,650,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,571,650,000 for the  
   Navy's fiscal year 2001 ``Weapons procurement'' account, an increase of 
   $137,400,000 to the budget request.                                     
      This appropriation finances the construction, procurement,           
   production, modification, and modernization of strategic and tactical   
   missiles, torpedoes, other weapons, related support equipment (including
   spare parts and accessories), and the expansion of public and private   
   plants.                                                                 
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                            [In thousands of dollars]                                                            

                                                       Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                                                                                                                     
BALLISTIC MISSILES:                                      12            433,932        12             433,932                                                  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, BALLISTIC MISSILES                                              463,965                       444,665                                         -19,300  
OTHER MISSILES:                                                                                                                                               
 STRATEGIC MISSILES:                                                                                                                                           
ESSM                                                     36             40,001        36              40,001                                                  
TOMAHAWK                                                                                                                                                      
 TACTICAL MISSILES:                                                                                                                                            
AMRAAM                                                   75             38,943        75              38,943                                                  
JSOW                                                    636            171,624       636             206,624                                         +35,000  
SLAM-ER                                                  30             27,859        30              27,859                                                  
STANDARD MISSILE                                         86            170,365        86             170,365                                                  
RAM                                                                     23,067                        23,067                                                  
HELLFIRE                                                                                              25,000                                         +25,000  
PENGUIN                                                                                                                                                       
AERIAL TARGETS                                                          58,891                        58,891                                                  
DRONES AND DECOYS                                                                                     20,000                                         +20,000  
OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT                                                   14,902                        14,902                                                  
 MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:                                                                                                                                     
SIDEWINDER MODS                                          63             27,532        63              27,532                                                  
HARM MODS                                                                                                                                                     
STANDARD MISSILES MODS                                                  50,690                        50,690                                                  
 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:                                                                                                                             
WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                                           21,269                        29,469                                          +8,200  
FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW-ON                                         170,537                       170,537                                                  
FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW-ON (AP CY)                                                                                                                        
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                                                  818,403                       906,603                                         +88,200  
TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT:                                         3,180                         3,180                                                  
 MOD OF TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP:                                                                                                                           
MK 46 TORPEDO MODS                                                       7,141                         7,141                                                  
MK 48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS                                                38,926                        40,926                                          +2,000  
QUICKSTRIKE MINE                                                         1,960                         1,960                                                  
 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                            
TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                               23,740                        23,740                                                  
ASW RANGE SUPPORT                                                       14,955                        14,955                                                  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP- MENT                                91,744                        93,744                                          +2,000  
OTHER WEAPONS:                                                             909                         2,409                                          +1,500  
 MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS:                                                                                                                          
CIWS MODS                                                                  964                        30,964                                         +30,000  
5/54 GUN MOUNT MODS                                                                                                                                           
MK 45 GUN MOUNT MODS                                                                                                                                          
MK 75 76MM GUN MOUNT MODS                                                                                                                                     
GUN MOUNT MODS                                                           4,779                        34,779                                         +30,000  
MODS LESS THAN $2 MILLION                                                                              5,000                                          +5,000  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS                                                     6,652                        73,152                                         +66,500  
SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                         53,486                        53,486                                                  
                                                   ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                     1,434,250                     1,571,650                                        +137,400  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                          [In thousands of dollars]                                          

Item                               2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

Trident II (AP CY)                               28,801                       9,501                        -19,300  
JSOW                                            171,624                     206,624                        +35,000  
Hellfire II                                                                  25,000                        +25,000  
DRONES AND DECOYS                                                            20,000                        +20,000  
WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                    21,269                      29,469                         +8,200  
MK 48 Torpedo ADCAP MODS                         38,926                      40,926                         +2,000  
SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS                              909                       2,409                         +1,500  
CIWS MODS                                           964                      30,964                        +30,000  
GUN MOUNT MODS                                    4,779                      34,779                        +30,000  
MODS UNDER $2 MILLION                                                         5,000                         +5,000  


       Aerial Targets .--The budget request contains $58,900,000 for aerial
   targets, of which $27,200,000 was for procurement of a BQM 74 type      
   aerial target system. The Committee is aware of the Navy's plan to      
   conduct a competition in fiscal year 2001 to develop and procure the T  
   21 target system to satisfy future weapon system test and evaluation and
   training requirements. The Committee has learned of the Navy's plan to  
   conduct a competition for replacing the existing BQM 74 target system   
   which does not seem prudent from either a cost effectiveness or         
   technological perspective. Furthermore, the Navy has already invested in
   a substantial logistics infrastructure for the BQM 74 to support its    
   five operating sites. To avoid the costs associated with qualifying a   
   different target system and establishing a new infrastructure merely to 
   support an interim target, the Committee directs the Navy to continue to
   procure the BQM 74 target until the next generation target becomes      
   operational.                                                            

                      PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, NAVY AND MARINE CORPS            




          Appropriations, 2000           $525,200,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                429,649,000



          Committee recommendation                471,749,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $471,749,000 for Navy   
   and Marine Corps ammunition for fiscal year 2001. This is $42,100,000   
   above the President's budget request.                                   
      This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition, ammunition
   modernization, and ammunition-related material for the Navy and Marine  
   Corps.                                                                  
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAMS                     

      The following table details the Committee recommendation in          
   comparison with the budget request:                                     


                                                              [In thousands of dollars]                                                             

                                                         Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance       Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY AND MARINE CORPS                                                                                                                       
PROC AMMO, NAVY:                                                                                                                                                 
 NAVY AMMUNITION:                                                                                                                                                 
GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                                                     63,157                        63,157                                                   
JDAM                                                      672             24,390       672              24,390                                                   
2.75 INCH ROCKETS                                                                                        9,600                                           +9,600  
AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                                               11,508                        11,508                                                   
MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION                                                     5,230                        11,730                                           +6,500  
PRACTICE BOMBS                                                            50,600                        65,600                                          +15,000  
CARTRIDGES AND CART ACTUATED DEVICES                                      26,461                        26,461                                                   
AIRCRAFT ESCAPE ROCKETS                                                   10,635                        10,635                                                   
AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES                                            39,293                        44,293                                           +5,000  
JATOS                                                                      4,995                         4,995                                                   
5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION                                                  14,948                        14,948                                                   
EXTENDED RANGE GUIDED MUNITIONS (ERGM)                                     5,723                         5,723                                                   
76MM GUN AMMUNITION                                                        8,733                         8,733                                                   
OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION                                                  5,176                         5,176                                                   
SMALL ARMS AND LANDING PARTY AMMO                                          8,745                         8,745                                                   
PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION                                                 6,378                         6,378                                                   
MINE NEUTRALIZATION DEVICES                                                7,317                         7,317                                                   
AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                            1,343                         1,343                                                   
CAWCF CLOSURE COSTS                                                        1,300                         1,300                                                   
                                                     --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  ---------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, PROC AMMO, NAVY                                                   295,932                       332,032                                          +36,100  
PROC AMMO, MC:                                                                                                                                                   
 MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION:                                                                                                                                         
5.56 MM, ALL TYPES                                                        23,456                        23,456                                                   
7.62 MM, ALL TYPES                                                         2,039                         2,039                                                   
LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES                                                 40,945                        44,945                                           +4,000  
.50 CALIBER                                                                7,637     8,637               8,637     +8,637                                +1,000  
40 MM, ALL TYPES                                                           2,034                         3,034                                           +1,000  
60 MM, ALL TYPES                                                             688                           688                                                   
81 MM, ALL TYPES                                                           4,981                         4,981                                                   
120 MM, ALL TYPES                                                          7,633                         7,633                                                   
CTG 25 MM, ALL TYPES                                                       3,931                         3,931                                                   
9 MM ALL TYPES                                                             2,657                         2,657                                                   
GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                                        8,358                         8,358                                                   
STINGER SLEP                                                               3,925                         3,925                                                   
ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                                                         1,592                         1,592                                                   
ARTILLERY, ALL TYPES                                                         322                           322                                                   
DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                                            9,638                         9,638                                                   
FUZE, ALL TYPES                                                              249                           249                                                   
NON LETHALS                                                                4,480                         4,480                                                   
AMMO MODERNIZATION                                                         6,900                         6,900                                                   
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                   952                           952                                                   
CAWCF CLOSURE COSTS                                                        1,300                         1,300                                                   
                                                     --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  ---------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, PROC AMMO, MC                                                     133,717                       139,717                                           +6,000  
                                                     ========  =================  ========  ==================  =========  ====================================  
TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY AND MARINE CORPS                        429,649                       471,749                                          +42,100  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                           [In thousands of dollars]                                          

Item                                2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

2.75 INCH ROCKETS                                                              9,600                         +9,600  
MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION                             5,230                      11,730                         +6,500  
PRACTICE BOMBS                                    50,600                      65,600                        +15,000  
AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES                    39,293                      44,293                         +5,000  
LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES                         40,945                      44,945                         +4,000  
.50 CALIBER                                        7,637                       8,637                         +1,000  
40MDRVMM, ALL TYPES                                2,034                       3,034                         +1,000  


                             SHIPBUILDING AND CONVERSION, NAVY                    




          Appropriations, 2000           $7,053,454,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                12,296,919,000



          Committee recommendation                11,612,090,000



      The Committee recommends $11,612,090,000, a decrease of $684,829,000 
   to the budget request. This appropriation finances the construction;    
   acquisition; and conversion of vessels, including armor and armament;   
   plant equipment, appliances, and machine tools for production plants and
   facilities; procurement of long leadtime items; and detail design of    
   vessels.                                                                
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                             [In thousands of dollars]                                                             

                                                         Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   SHIPBUILDING AND CONVERSION, NAVY                                                                                                                               
OTHER WARSHIPS:                                             1          4,053,653         1           4,053,653                                                  
                                                     --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS                                                  9,868,290                    10,011,447                                        +143,157  
AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS:                                                                                      460,000                                        +460,000  
                                                     --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS                                                1,509,986                       945,000                                        -564,986  
AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM:                 1            338,951         1             338,951                                                  
                                                     --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM                        918,643                       655,643                                        -263,000  
                                                     ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING AND CONVERSION, NAVY                              12,296,919                    11,612,090                                        -684,829  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                               [In thousands of dollars]                                              

Item                                        2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

DDG 51                                                   356,843                     500,000                       +143,157  
LHD 1 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP (MYP)                                                  460,000                       +460,000  
LPD 17                                                 1,489,286                     285,000                     -1,204,286  
LPD 17 Advance Procurement                                20,700                     200,000                       +179,300  
COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS                   263,000                                                   -263,000  

       LPD 17 program .--The LPD 17 program has experienced significant    
   cost growth and schedule delay. The Navy's current estimate on cost     
   growth is $285,000,000 on the first four ships with a schedule delay of 
   10 months on the lead ship. The Committee believes these estimates to be
   very conservative and understands that the Office of the Secretary of   
   Defense's estimates are higher. Due to these schedule and cost          
   challenges, the Committee has deferred the two LPD 17 class ships       
   included in the budget request. The Committee endorses the Marine Corps 
   requirement for 12 LPD 17 class ships. However, not unlike the C 17 and 
   the THAAD missile programs, the Committee believes that a pause in      
   procurement will allow the Navy and the contractors the time to complete
   the ship design and develop a credible construction plan that will      
   control costs and maintain schedule. The Committee has included         
   $285,000,000 for LPD 17 program cost growth and $200,000,000 in advance 
   procurement for two LPD 17 class ships in fiscal year 2002.             
      The Committee has also included a provision that provides the        
   authority for the Secretary of the Navy to award production contracts   
   for LPD 21 and LPD 22 which shall be funded on an incremental basis.    
       Shipbuilding Transfers .--The Committee has included a provision    
   which provides the Secretary of the Navy the authority to transfer      
   $300,000,000 from Department of the Navy appropriations to any Navy ship
   construction appropriation in order to liquidate necessary ship cost    
   changes for previous ship construction programs. The Committee directs  
   that these funds be allocated for the following requirements:           




          Virginia Class Submarine                $119,000,000



          CVN                            87,000,000



          DDG 51                         17,000,000




                                  OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY                         




          Appropriations, 2000           $4,320,238,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                3,334,611,000



          Committee recommendation                3,400,180,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,400,180,000 for the  
   Navy's fiscal year 2001 ``Other procurement'' account, an increase of   
   $65,569,000 from the budget request.                                    
      This appropriation finances the procurement of major equipment and   
   weapons other than ships, aircraft, missiles, torpedoes, and guns.      
   Equipment ranges from the latest electronic sensors for updating of     
   naval forces to trucks, training equipment, and spare parts.            
                               COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                            [In thousands of dollars]                                                            

                                                       Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                                                                                                                       
SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                      
 SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                    
LM 2500 GAS TURBINE                                                      6,995                         6,995                                                  
ALLISON 501K GAS TURBINE                                                 6,257                         6,257                                                  
 OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                    
FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT                                                  16,837                        16,837                                                  
COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCHBOARD                                         10,486                        10,486                                                  
POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                                             47,805                        47,805                                                  
SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                             11,419                        11,419                                                  
SUBMARINE BATTERIES                                                     12,387                        12,387                                                  
STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                                         6,206                         6,206                                                  
DSSP EQUIPMENT                                                           5,356                         5,356                                                  
LCAC                                                                     3,559                         3,559                                                  
MINESWEEPING EQUIPMENT                                                  16,589                        16,589                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              58,851                        63,351                                          +4,500  
SURFACE IMA                                                              2,010                         2,010                                                  
SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                            4,852                         4,852                                                  
 OCEAN ENGINEERING:                                                                                                                                            
DIVING AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT                                             5,649                         5,649                                                  
EOD UNDERWATER EQUIPMENT                                                                                                                                      
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         573,480                       592,980                                         +19,500  
COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                     
 SHIP RADARS:                                                                                                                                                  
AN/SPS 49                                                                                                                                                     
RADAR SUPPORT                                                                                          8,000                                          +8,000  
TISS                                                                                                                                                          
 SHIP SONARS:                                                                                                                                                  
AN/SQQ 89 SURF ASW COMBAT SYSTEM                                        14,291                        14,291                                                  
SSN ACOUSTICS                                                          106,647                       106,647                                                  
SURFACE SONAR WINDOWS AND DOME                                                                                                                                
UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         847                           847                                                  
SONAR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                                                                                                       
SONAR SWITCHES AND TRANSDUCERS                                          10,726                        10,726                                                  
 ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                     
SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYSTEM                                       10,697                        10,697                                                  
FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                               29,869                        29,869                                                  
SURTASS                                                                  5,516                         5,516                                                  
ASW OPERATIONS CENTER                                                    6,213                         6,213                                                  
 ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                 
AN/SLQ 32                                                                                                                                                     
INFORMATION WARFARE SYSTEMS                                              3,901                         3,901                                                  
 RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                     
SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT                                                    61,524                        61,524                                                  
COMMON HIGH BANDWIDTH DATA LINK                                                                                                                               
 OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                              
NAVY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM                                                                                                                                     
COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY                                       15,853                        15,853                                                  
GCCS M EQUIPMENT AFLOAT                                                 37,427                        37,427                                                  
NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM (NTCSS)                           46,692                        46,692                                                  
ATDLS                                                                   19,153                        19,153                                                  
MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT                                          8,989                        13,989                                          +5,000  
SHALLOW WATER MCM                                                       16,863                        16,863                                                  
NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS (SPACE)                                            9,607                         9,607                                                  
ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV                                                9,046                         9,046                                                  
STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                                        15,356                        15,356                                                  
 TRAINING EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                           
OTHER SPAWAR TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                          1,341                         1,341                                                  
OTHER TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                                21,390                        21,390                                                  
 AVIATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                
MATCALS                                                                  4,294                         4,294                                                  
SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                            7,945                        11,945                                          +4,000  
AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM                                        18,510                        18,510                                                  
NATIONAL AIR SPACE SYSTEM                                               30,549                        30,549                                                  
AIR STATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                            6,705                         6,705                                                  
MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM                                                 5,124                         5,124                                                  
FACSFAC                                                                  4,315                         4,315                                                  
ID SYSTEMS                                                              14,280                        14,280                                                  
SURFACE IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS                                                                                                                                
TAC A/C MISSION PLANNING SYS (TAMPS)                                    11,980                        11,980                                                  
 OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                             
GCCS M EQUIPMENT ASHORE                                                                                                                                       
TADIX B                                                                     32                            32                                                  
NAVAL SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                          2,735                         2,735                                                  
GCCS M EQUIPMENT TACTICAL/MOBILE                                                                                                                              
COMMON IMAGERY GROUND SURFACE SYSTEMS                                   47,022                        47,022                                                  
RADIAC                                                                   8,308                         8,308                                                  
GPETE                                                                    7,356                         7,356                                                  
INTEG COMBAT SYSTEM TEST FACILITY                                        4,421                         4,421                                                  
EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION                                              5,378                         5,378                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               4,889                         4,889                                                  
 SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                     
SHIPBOARD TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS                                                                                                                             
SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION                                         185,143                       185,143                                                  
SHIP COMM ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION                                                                                                                              
COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER $5M                                          30,909                        30,909                                                  
 SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                     
SHORE LF/VLF COMMUNICATIONS                                             31,433                        31,433                                                  
SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT                                       77,957                        77,957                                                  
 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                     
SATCOM SHIP TERMINALS (SPACE)                                                                                                                                 
SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                       252,695                       227,695                                         -25,000  
SATCOM SHORE TERMINALS (SPACE)                                                                                                                                
 SHORE COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                         
JCS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT                                             2,460                         2,460                                                  
NSIPS                                                                    1,785                         1,785                                                  
JEDMICS                                                                                                4,000                                          +4,000  
NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS                                             176,132                       161,732                                         -14,400  
 CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                        
SPECIAL DCP                                                             14,964                        14,964                                                  
CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP                                        17,188                        17,188                                                  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT                      1,490,336                     1,474,936                                         -15,400  
AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                   
 SONOBUOYS:                                                                                                                                                    
PASSIVE SONOBUOYS (NON-BEAM FORM- ING)                                                                 3,000                                          +3,000  
AN/SSQ 57 (SPECIAL PURPOSE)                                                                                                                                   
AN/SSQ 62 (DICASS)                                                                                     3,000                                          +3,000  
AN/SSQ 101 (ADAR)                                                                                      3,000                                          +3,000  
SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES                                                    49,466                        49,466                                                  
MISCELLANEOUS SONOBUOYS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                                                                                  
 AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                   
WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         15,125                        25,125                                         +10,000  
PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE                                                                                 10,500                                         +10,500  
EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELDS                                                  3,304                         3,304                                                  
AIRCRAFT REARMING EQUIPMENT                                             10,676                        10,676                                                  
AIRCRAFT LAUNCH AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT                                  36,433                        36,433                                                  
METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT                                                30,860                        30,860                                                  
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT                                             1,682                         1,682                                                  
AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT                                                   20,374                        30,274                                          +9,900  
AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES                                           32,084                        32,084                                                  
OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         4,928                        21,928                                         +17,000  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                      204,932                       261,332                                         +56,400  
ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                             18,287                        18,287                                                  
 SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                               
NATO SEASPARROW                                                         21,716                        21,716                                                  
RAM GMLS                                                                37,309                        37,309                                                  
SHIP SELF DEFENSE SYSTEM                                                 9,352                         9,352                                                  
AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                 36,848                        19,348                                         -17,500  
SURFACE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                      70,562                        70,562                                                  
SUBMARINE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIP                                         2,883                         2,883                                                  
VERTICAL LAUNCH SYSTEMS                                                  6,982                         6,982                                                  
 FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                        
STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                                         2,901                         2,901                                                  
STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIP                                        166,619                       166,619                                                  
ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM                                          33,814                        38,114                                          +4,300  
 ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                        
SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS                                              20,896                        20,896                                                  
SUBMARINE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                          3,978                         3,978                                                  
SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                            6,269                        13,269                                          +7,000  
ASW RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              6,904                         6,904                                                  
 OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                             
EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP                                        7,525                         7,525                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               5,613                         5,613                                                  
 OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE:                                                                                                                                    
SURFACE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                                             7,941                         7,941                                                  
SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                                          31,557                        34,057                                          +2,500  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                      497,956                       494,256                                          -3,700  
CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                      1                197                                      -1                                  -197  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                              97,670                       107,439                                          +9,769  
SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                7,646                         7,646                                                  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                        161,808                       161,808                                                  
PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                 1,562                         1,562                                                  
 COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                    
COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                               15,592                        15,592                                                  
EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                              2,076                         4,076                                          +2,000  
MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                7,386                         7,386                                                  
INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                          15,993                        19,993                                          +4,000  
OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                      25,003                        25,003                                                  
ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                         22,247                        15,247                                          -7,000  
PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                              9,629                         9,629                                                  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          99,488                        98,488                                          -1,000  
                                                   ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY                                       3,334,611                     3,400,180                                         +65,569  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                               [In thousands of dollars]                                               

Item                                         2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT                                 33,425                      48,425                        +15,000  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                 58,851                      63,351                         +4,500  
RADAR SUPPORT                                                                           8,000                         +8,000  
MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT                             8,989                      13,989                         +5,000  
SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                               7,945                      11,945                         +4,000  
SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                          252,695                     227,695                        -25,000  
JEDMICS                                                                                 4,000                         +4,000  
NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS                                176,132                     161,732                        -14,400  
INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM (ISSP)                       46,563                      49,563                         +3,000  
PASSIVE SONOBUOYS (NON BEAM FORMING)                                                    3,000                         +3,000  
AN/SSQ 62 (DICASS)                                                                      3,000                         +3,000  
AN/SSQ 101 (ADAR)                                                                       3,000                         +3,000  
WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                            15,125                      25,125                        +10,000  
PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                10,500                        +10,500  
AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT                                      20,374                      30,274                         +9,900  
OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                            4,928                      21,928                        +17,000  
AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                    36,848                      19,348                        -17,500  
ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM                             33,814                      38,114                         +4,300  
SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                               6,269                      13,269                         +7,000  
SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                             31,557                      34,057                         +2,500  
ARMORED SEDANS                                                197                                                       -197  
PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                                    94                          60                            -34  
TACTICAL VEHICLES                                          10,458                      20,458                        +10,000  
EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                 2,076                       4,076                         +2,000  
INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                             15,993                      19,993                         +4,000  
ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                            22,247                      15,447                         -7,000  

       Other navigation equipment .--The Committee recommends an additional
   $7,000,000 for the procurement and installation of additional AN/WSN 7  
   navigation sets. The Committee also recommends an increase of $8,000,000
   for the procurement of the Navy's Military Sealift Command thermal      
   imaging technology for use in improved ship navigation and force        
   protection of the MSC fleet.                                            
       Items less than $5,000,000 .--The Committee recommends an additional
   $4,500,000 for procurement and installation of the integrated condition 
   assessment system (ICAS) for ships.                                     
       Naval Shore Communications .--The Committee is concerned that the   
   construction of these facilities is premature prior to a decision by the
   Navy and Marine Corps as to what the fielding schedule will be for the  
   NMCI. These facilities may be unneeded after a determination by the     
   Department of the Navy and any construction prior to a decision         
   regarding NMCI may prove to be redundant and duplicative of ongoing     
   commercial entities. Accordingly, the Committee recommends a reduction  
   of sites in the Caribbean, Far East and European regions and a reduction
   of $14,400,000 in fiscal year 2001 funding.                             
       Pacific Missile Range Support Equipment .--The Committee recommends 
   $10,500,000 for a new program to support the Pacific Missile Range      
   Facility (PMRF). The Committee notes that several million dollars in    
   enhancements to tracking instrumentation at the PMRF have been made in  
   recent years to ensure adequate testing of the Navy Theater Ballistic   
   Missile Defense program and other on-going programs at the range. With  
   the development and installation of this equipment comes a requirement  
   for software documentation, drawings, and integration into the PMRF     
   instrumentation suite. In addition, many of the enhancements require    
   environmental, electronic emissions and other site analyses. The        
   recommendation includes $3,000,000 for this purpose and $7,500,000 for  
   the purchase of a Mobile Remote Emitter System. The Committee directs   
   that this funding shall be managed and executed directly by PMRF.       
                                 PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS                        




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,300,920,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,171,935,000



          Committee recommendation                1,196,368,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,196,368,000 for the  
   ``Procurement, Marine Corps'' account for fiscal year 2001, an increase 
   of $24,433,000 to the budget request.                                   
      This appropriation provides the Marine Corps with funds for the      
   procurement, delivery, and modification of missiles, armament,          
   communication equipment, tracked combat and wheeled vehicles, and       
   various support equipment.                                              
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                             [In thousands of dollars]                                                            

                                                        Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS                                                                                                                                      
WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                   
 TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                       
AAV7A1 PIP                                               170             83,372       170              83,372                                                  
RAPID ACQUISITION PROGRAM                                                 4,930                                                                        -4,930  
LAV PIP                                                                   1,709                         1,709                                                  
IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (IRV)                           16             42,623        16              42,623                                                  
MODIFICATION KITS (TRKD VEH)                                             20,815                        20,815                                                  
 ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS:                                                                                                                                   
MOD KITS (ARTILLERY)                                                      3,891                         3,891                                                  
MARINE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM                                                6,413                         8,413                                          +2,000  
WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES LESS THAN $5 MILLION                            415                           415                                                  
                                                    --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES                                      176,620                       173,690                                          -2,930  
GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                 
 GUIDED MISSILES:                                                                                                                                               
JAVELIN (MYP)                                            293             29,119       293              29,119                                                  
PEDESTAL MOUNTED STINGER (PMS)                                           10,550                        10,550                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                  949                           949                                                  
PREDATOR (SRAW)                                          698             43,355       698              43,355                                                  
                                                    --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT                                     87,571                        87,571                                                  
COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                      
 REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                     
AUTO TEST EQUIP SYS                                                       4,714                         4,714                                                  
GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIP                                     8,241                         8,241                                                  
 INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):                                                                                                                               
INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                           11,960                        11,960                                                  
MOD KITS (INTEL)                                                          5,041                         5,041                                                  
ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION (INTELL)                                             402                           402                                                  
 OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL):                                                                                                                                       
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (COMM AND ELEC)                                8,320                         8,320                                                  
COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES                                                80,656                        80,656                                                  
COMMAND POST SYSTEMS                                                      9,507                        14,507                                          +5,000  
MANEUVER C2 SYSTEMS                                                                                                                                            
RADIO SYSTEMS                                                             3,097                        17,497                                         +14,400  
COMM SWITCHING AND CONTROL SYS- TEMS                                      3,152                         3,152                                                  
COMM AND ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT                                     80,564                        80,564                                                  
MOD KITS MAGTF C41                                                        7,484                         7,484                                                  
AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS                                                 3,152                         3,152                                                  
INTELLIGENCE C2 SYSTEMS                                                  14,666                        14,666                                                  
FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                                      12,343                        12,343                                                  
                                                    --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT                         272,326                       299,426                                         +27,100  
SUPPORT VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                              
 ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                       
COMMERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES                             33              1,397        33                 660                                            -737  
COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES                                                23,368                        23,368                                                  
 TACTICAL VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                             
5/4T TRUCK HMMWV (MYP)                                 1,859            124,448     1,859             124,448                                                  
MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE REPLACEMENT (MYP)              2,027            325,582     2,027             325,582                                                  
                                                    --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, SUPPORT VEHICLES                                                 487,479                       486,742                                            -737  
ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT:                                             3,809                         3,809                                                  
 MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                  
COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                                                                                                                      
PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                               5,317                         5,317                                                  
GARRISON MOBILE ENGR EQUIP                                                5,741                         5,741                                                  
MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP                                                  36,311                        36,311                                                  
FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                          5,846                         5,846                                                  
 GENERAL PROPERTY:                                                                                                                                              
FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                                                   1,914                         1,914                                                  
TRAINING DEVICES                                                         30,791                        30,791                                                  
CONTAINER FAMILY                                                          6,902                         6,902                                                  
 OTHER SUPPORT:                                                                                                                                                 
MODIFICATION KITS                                                                                                                                              
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                5,591                         6,591                                          +1,000  
CANCELLED ACCOUNT ADJUSTMENT (M)                                                                                                                               
                                                    --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT                                     122,557                       123,557                                          +1,000  
SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                          25,382                        25,382                                                  
                                                    ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS                                      1,171,935                     1,196,368                                         +24,433  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                          [In thousands of dollars]                                          

Item                               2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

RAPID ACQUISITION PROGRAM                         4,930                                                     -4,930  
MARINE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM                        6,413                       8,413                         +2,000  
NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT                           14,351                      22,051                         +7,700  
COMMAND POST SYSTEMS                              9,507                      14,507                         +5,000  
RADIO SYSTEMS                                     3,097                      17,497                        +14,400  
COMMERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES                     1,397                         660                           -737  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                       12,684                      13,684                         +1,000  

       Light Armored Vehicle-Enhanced Fire Support Platform (LAV EFSP)     
   .--The Committee notes recent interest by the U.S. Marine Corps with    
   regard to its unfunded requirement to provide its Light Armored         
   Reconnaissance (LAR) battalions with an enhanced fire support platform  
   utilizing a 120 mm mortar system. The Committee is interested in how the
   Department intends to address this high priority requirement for the LAR
   battalions and urges the Secretary of the Navy to work with the         
   Commandant on this matter.                                              

                              AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $8,228,630,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                9,539,602,000



          Committee recommendation                7,289,934,000



      The Committee recommends $7,289,934,000, a reduction of              
   $2,249,668,000 to the budget request. This appropriation finances the   
   construction, procurement, modernization, and modification of aircraft  
   and equipment, including armor and armament, specialized ground-handling
   equipment, and flight training simulators, spare parts, and accessories;
   specialized equipment; and expansion of public and private plants,      
   Government-owned equipment, and installation.                           
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The Committee recommendation increases funds to procure additional   
   Air Force trainers, support aircraft, and fighter aircraft while also   
   accelerating fighter engine modifications and RC 135 fleet reenginings. 
   The Committee's adjustments are reflected in the following tables and   
   discussed in the text which follows.                                    


                                                                    [In thousands of dollars]                                                                   

                                                                      Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                                                                                                                              
COMBAT AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                                             
 TACTICAL FORCES:                                                                                                                                                             
 22 RAPTOR                                                              10          2,149,882        10           2,149,882                                                  
 22 RAPTOR (AP CY)                                                                    396,222                       396,222                                                  
 15A                                                                                                                                                                         
 15A (AP CY)                                                                                                                                                                 
 16 C/D (MYP)                                                                                         6             183,000        +6                              +183,000  
 16 C/D (MYP) (AP CY)                                                                                                                                                        
                                                                  --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                                                              2,546,104                     2,729,104                                        +183,000  
AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                                            
 TACTICAL AIRLIFT:                                                                                                                                                            
C 17 (MYP)                                                              12          2,211,923                                     -12                            -2,211,923  
C 17 (MYP) (AP CY)                                                                    266,800                                                                      -266,800  
C 17 ICS                                                                              412,200                                                                      -412,200  
 OTHER AIRLIFT:                                                                                                                                                               
EC 130J                                                                                               1              90,000        +1                               +90,000  
C 130J                                                                   2            208,051                        84,051        -2                              -124,000  
C 40                                                                                                  1              52,000        +1                               +52,000  
                                                                  --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                                                             3,098,974                       226,051                                      -2,872,923  
TRAINER AIRCRAFT: OPERATIONAL TRAINERS: JPATS                           27            113,825        34             132,725        +7                               +18,900  
OTHER AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                                              
 HELICOPTERS:                                                                                                                                                                 
V 22 OSPREY                                                              4            335,766         4             335,766                                                  
V 22 OSPREY (AP CY)                                                                    27,209                        22,674                                          -4,535  
 MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                                    
C 32B FEST/DEST AIRCRAFT                                                                                                                                                     
CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C                                                    27              2,548        27               6,348                                          +3,800  
OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AIRCRAFT                                                                                                                                                 
TARGET DRONES                                                                          32,915                        32,915                                                  
 8C                                                                      1            260,610         1             260,610                                                  
 8C (AP CY)                                                                                                          46,000                                         +46,000  
 8C ICS                                                                                                                                                                      
HAEUAV                                                                                 22,388                        22,388                                                  
PREDATOR UAV                                                             7             22,078         7              22,078                                                  
                                                                  --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                                 703,514                       748,779                                         +45,265  
MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                          
 STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                                          
B 2A                                                                                   21,723                        21,723                                                  
B 1B                                                                                   48,793                        48,793                                                  
B 52                                                                                    8,425                        33,525                                         +25,100  
 117                                                                                   32,005                        32,005                                                  
 TACTICAL AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                                           
A 10                                                                                   33,891                        45,091                                         +11,200  
 15                                                                                   258,247                       306,747                                         +48,500  
 16                                                                                   248,830                       328,020                                         +79,190  
T/AT 37                                                                                    83                            83                                                  
 AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                                            
C 5                                                                                    95,401                        95,401                                                  
C 9                                                                                     3,271                         3,271                                                  
C 17A                                                                                  97,124                       108,124                                         +11,000  
C 21                                                                                    1,883                         1,883                                                  
C 22                                                                                                                                                                         
C 32A                                                                                  23,568                         5,568                                         -18,000  
C 37A                                                                                     376                           376                                                  
C 141                                                                                     737                           737                                                  
 TRAINER AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                                            
T 1                                                                                                                                                                          
T 3 (EFS) AIRCRAFT                                                                      1,949                         1,949                                                  
T 38                                                                                  120,520                       120,520                                                  
T 41 AIRCRAFT                                                                              89                            89                                                  
T 43                                                                                    4,929                         4,929                                                  
 OTHER AIRCRAFT:                                                                                                                                                              
KC 10A (ATCA)                                                                          55,370                        55,370                                                  
C 12                                                                                    1,521                         1,521                                                  
C 18                                                                                      345                           345                                                  
C 20 MODS                                                                               5,235                         5,235                                                  
VC 25A MOD                                                                                 98                            98                                                  
C 130                                                                                  91,524                       103,524                                         +12,000  
C 135                                                                                 328,232                       328,232                                                  
DARP                                                                                  165,540                       276,640                                        +111,100  
 3                                                                                     88,654                        88,654                                                  
 4                                                                                     31,559                        31,559                                                  
 8                                                                                     33,389                        33,389                                                  
H 1                                                                                     3,535                         3,535                                                  
H 60                                                                                   23,648                        23,648                                                  
OTHER AIRCRAFT                                                                         28,214                        28,214                                                  
 OTHER MODIFICATIONS:                                                                                                                                                         
CLASSIFIED PROJECTS                                                                    16,729                        16,729                                                  
PASSENGER SAFETY MODIFICATIONS                                                                                                                                               
                                                                  --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT                                           1,875,437                     2,155,527                                        +280,090  
AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS: AIRCRAFT SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                        356,856                       356,856                                                  
AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:                                            177,943                       177,943                                                  
 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT:                                                                                                                                                     
A 10                                                                                                                                                                         
B 2A                                                                                   18,603                        18,603                                                  
B 2B                                                                                   42,700                        42,700                                                  
C 130                                                                                   1,365                         1,365                                                  
 4                                                                                      1,463                         1,463                                                  
 15 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                                                             7,267                         7,267                                                  
 16 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                                                            25,464                        25,464                                                  
INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                                25,352                        25,352                                                  
WAR CONSUMABLES                                                                        43,015                        66,115                                         +23,100  
MISC PRODUCTION CHARGES                                                               398,474                       471,374                                         +72,900  
COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT                                                                    4,836                         4,836                                                  
DARP                                                                                   98,410                        98,410                                                  
                                                                  --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES                                      844,892                       940,892                                         +96,000  
                                                                  ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                              9,539,602                     7,289,934                                      -2,249,668  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                       [In thousands of dollars]                                       

Item                         2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

 16 C/D (MYP)                                                         183,000                       +183,000  
C 17 (MYP)                              2,211,923                                                 -2,211,923  
C 17 (MYP)                                266,800                                                   -266,800  
C 17 ICS                                  412,200                                                   -412,200  
EC 130J                                                                90,000                        +90,000  
C 130J                                    208,051                      84,051                       -124,000  
JPATS                                     113,825                     132,725                        +18,900  
V 22 OSPREY                                27,209                      22,674                         -4,535  
CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C                        2,548                       6,348                         +3,800  
 8C                                                                    46,000                        +46,000  
B 52                                        8,425                      33,525                        +25,100  
A 10                                       33,891                      45,091                        +11,200  
 15                                       258,247                     306,747                        +48,500  
 16                                       248,830                     328,020                        +79,190  
C 17A                                      97,124                     108,124                        +11,000  
C 32A                                      23,568                       5,568                        -18,000  
C 40                                                                   52,000                        +52,000  
C 130                                      91,524                     103,524                        +12,000  
DARP                                      165,540                     276,640                       +111,100  
WAR CONSUMABLES                            43,015                      66,115                        +23,100  
MISC PRODUCTION CHARGES                   398,474                     471,374                        +72,900  

       C 17 .--The Committee has fully funded the budget request amount for
   C 17 aircraft procurement, C 17 advanced procurement, and C 17 interim  
   contractor support. However, the Committee recommendation transfers the 
   C 17 program to the ``National Defense Airlift Fund'' account and       
   appropriates all requested funds within this account.                   
       C 130 Modifications .--The Committee provides $7,500,000 for the    
   acquisition and establishment of a public/private initiative to make    
   available lower cost C 130 simulated training for Air Force, Air        
   National Guard, Coast Guard and commercial C 130 operators. The         
   Secretary of the Air Force shall report to the House and Senate         
   Committees on Appropriations on the potential acquisition of existing   
   simulators to support this effort, and the location of the simulator    
   training site to support the Pacific Air Forces.                        
       C 5 .--The Committee has approved the budget request amount,        
   $95,401,000, for C 5 modifications. The request included $59,600,000 for
   the C 5 Avionics Modernization Program. During the Committee's April 26,
   2000 hearing, General Shelton testified, ``We are in the process right  
   now of taking a look at the long-term cost of the C 5 and doing an      
   analysis of alternatives in terms of whether or not we should continue  
   to pour money into an element of the C 5 fleet, the C 5 Alpha, the older
   version of the C 5, or whether or not it would be more cost-effective   
   over the long term to start converting, phasing them out and the        
   replacing them with C 17s. That is an ongoing study right now.''        
   Accordingly, the Committee directs that the appropriated funds are      
   available only for modification of C 5B aircraft.                       
       Commando Solo. --The Committee directs the Secretary of the Air     
   Force to conduct an analysis of options for effective airframe          
   alternatives to accomplish the Commando Solo mission, to include the    
   investigation of cost effective, commercial aircraft replacement        
   options. This report shall be provided to the congressional defense     
   committees not later than February 15, 2001.                            

                               MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $2,211,407,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                3,061,715,000



          Committee recommendation                2,920,815,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,920,815,000 for the  
   ``Missile procurement, Air Force'' account for fiscal year 2001. This   
   recommendation is $140,900,000 below the budget request.                
      This appropriation provides financing for the construction,          
   procurement, and modification of missiles, rockets, spacecraft, and     
   related equipment, including investment and repair parts,               
   ground-handling equipment, and training devices; and the expansion of   
   public and private plants, Government-owned equipment, and              
   installations.                                                          
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                                   [In thousands of dollars]                                                                  

                                                                    Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                                                                                                                             
BALLISTIC MISSILES: MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQ--BALLISTIC                                42,308                        42,308                                                  
OTHER MISSILES:                                                                       2,006                         2,006                                                  
 TACTICAL:                                                                                                                                                                  
JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON                                                174             90,828       174              90,828                                                  
AGM 130 POWERED GBU 15                                                                   96                            96                                                  
AMRAAM                                                               204             98,687       204              98,687                                                  
                                                                --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                                                               197,257                       197,257                                                  
MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES:                                                                                                                                        
 CLASS IV:                                                                                                                                                                  
ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE                                                                                                                                                    
SIDEWINDER (AIM 9X)                                                                  28,428                        28,428                                                  
MM III MODIFICATIONS                                                                375,129                       375,129                                                  
AGM 65D MAVERICK                                                                      2,042                         2,042                                                  
AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE                                                             4,066                         4,066                                                  
PEACEKEEPER (M X)                                                                        99                            99                                                  
MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                                       99                            99                                                  
                                                                --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES                                           409,863                       409,863                                                  
MISSILE SPARES  + REPAIR PARTS: MISSILE SPARES--REPAIR PARTS                         44,026                        44,026                                                  
OTHER SUPPORT:                                                                                                                                                             
 SPACE PROGRAMS:                                                                                                                                                            
WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES (SPACE) (AP CY)                                        25,736                        25,736                                                  
SPACEBORNE EQUIP (COMSEC)                                                             9,765                         9,765                                                  
GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)                                                          196,937                       166,637                                         -30,300  
GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE) (AP CY)                                                   13,404                        13,404                                                  
NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM                                                                1,478                         1,478                                                  
DEF METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG (SPACE)                                                  68,582                        68,582                                                  
DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRAM (SPACE)                                                     106,356                       106,356                                                  
DEFENSE SATELLITE COMM SYSTEM (SPACE)                                                22,770                        22,770                                                  
TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS (SPACE)                                                        469,720                       384,720                                         -85,000  
EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEH (SPACE)                                  3            287,996         3             287,996                                                  
MEDIUM LAUNCH VEHICLE (SPACE)                                                        55,939                        45,939                                         -10,000  
 SPECIAL PROGRAMS:                                                                                                                                                          
SPECIAL PROGRAMS                                                                    968,498                       952,898                                         -15,600  
SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS                                                             141,080                       141,080                                                  
                                                                --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT                                                              2,368,261                     2,227,361                                        -140,900  
                                                                ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                             3,061,715                     2,920,815                                        -140,900  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                          [In thousands of dollars]                                          

Item                               2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)                      196,937                     166,637                        -30,300  
TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS (SPACE)                    469,720                     384,720                        -85,000  
MEDIUM LAUNCH VEHICLE (SPACE)                    55,939                      45,939                        -10,000  


                            PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE                  




          Appropriations, 2000           $442,537,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                638,808,000



          Committee recommendation                654,808,000



      This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition,           
   modifications, spares, weapons, and other ammunition-related items for  
   the Air Force.                                                          
      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $654,808,000 for the    
   ``Procurement of ammunition, Air Force'' account for fiscal year 2001.  
   The recommendation is an increase of $16,000,000 above the budget       
   request.                                                                
                               COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                          [In thousands of dollars]                                                          

                                                   Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE                                                                                                                      
PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE:                                     11,466                        26,466                                         +15,000  
 BOMBS:                                                                                                                                                    
PRACTICE BOMBS                                                      32,731                        33,731                                          +1,000  
GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                                               30,745                        30,745                                                  
CAWCF CLOSURE COSTS                                                  1,400                         1,400                                                  
SENSOR FUZED WEAPON                                 300            107,201       300             107,201                                                  
JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                      9,098            219,848     9,098             219,848                                                  
WIND CORRECTED MUNITIONS DISPENSER                6,308            104,046     6,308             104,046                                                  
 FLARE, IR MJU 7B:                                                                                                                                         
SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                              2,431                         2,431                                                  
MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                     196                           196                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                           7,806                         7,806                                                  
 FUZES:                                                                                                                                                    
FLARES                                                              37,432                        37,432                                                  
JOINT PROGRAMMABLE FUSE (JPF)                                        9,342                         9,342                                                  
                                               --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE                              634,734                       650,734                                         +16,000  
WEAPONS: SMALL ARMS                                                  4,074                         4,074                                                  
                                               ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE                        638,808                       654,808                                         +16,000  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                   [In thousands of dollars]                                  

Item                2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

ROCKETS                           11,466                      26,466                        +15,000  
PRACTICE BOMBS                    32,731                      33,731                         +1,000  

                                OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                      




          Appropriations, 2000           $7,146,157,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                7,699,127,000



          Committee recommendation                7,605,027,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $7,605,027,000 for the  
   ``Other procurement, Air Force'' account for fiscal year 2001. The      
   recommendation is a reduction of $94,100,000 below the budget request.  
      This appropriation provides for the procurement of weapons systems   
   and equipment other than aircraft and missiles. Included are munitions, 
   other weapons, the leasing of vehicles, electronic and                  
   telecommunications systems for command and control of operational       
   forces, and ground support equipment for weapons systems and supporting 
   structure.                                                              
                               COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                            [In thousands of dollars]                                                            

                                                       Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                                                                                                                  
VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                          
 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                  
SEDAN, 4 DR 4X2                                          16                254        16                 254                                                  
BUSES                                                    66              4,101        66               4,101                                                  
AMBULANCES                                                8                646         8                 646                                                  
LAW ENFORCEMENT VEHICLE                                  83              1,706        83               1,706                                                  
ARMORED SEDAN                                             1                200                                      -1                                  -200  
 CARGO  + UTILITY VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                    
TRUCK MULTI-STOP 1 TON 4X2                                              17,593                        17,593                                                  
FAMILY MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES                                          5,869                         5,869                                                  
HIGH MOBILITY VEHICLE (MYP)                                             13,435                        13,435                                                  
CAP VEHICLES                                                               768                           768                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              29,235                        29,235                                                  
 SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES:                                                                                                                                     
HMMWV, ARMORED                                                           5,586                        15,586                                         +10,000  
TRACTOR, TOW, FLIGHTLINE                                                 5,042                         5,042                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              18,373                        18,373                                                  
 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                      
TRUCK CRASH P 19                                                         8,761                         8,761                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               3,700                         3,700                                                  
 MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                 
TRUCK, F/L 10,000 LB                                                     4,857                         4,857                                                  
60K A/C LOADER                                           48             96,948        48              96,948                                                  
NEXT GENERATION SMALL LOADER (NGSL)                      34             24,144        34              14,144                                         -10,000  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               4,530                         4,530                                                  
 BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT:                                                                                                                                     
TRUCK, DUMP                                                              1,763                         1,763                                                  
RUNWAY SNOW REMOV AND CLEANING EQUIP                                     5,852                         5,852                                                  
MODIFICATIONS                                                              387                           387                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               8,616                         8,616                                                  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT                                             262,366                       262,166                                            -200  
ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP:                                                                                                                     
 COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT (COMSEC):                                                                                                                             
COMSEC EQUIPMENT                                                        23,346                        27,346                                          +4,000  
MODIFICATIONS (COMSEC)                                                     491                           491                                                  
 INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS:                                                                                                                                        
INTELLIGENCE DATA HANDLING SYS                                                                                                                                
INTELLIGENCE TRAINING EQUIPMENT                                          1,572                         1,572                                                  
INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP                                                  5,530                         5,530                                                  
 ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS:                                                                                                                                         
AIR TRAFFIC CTRL/LAND SYS (ATCALS)                                                                                                                            
NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM                                                58,663                        58,663                                                  
THEATER AIR CONTROL SYS IMPROVEMENT                                     15,431                        15,431                                                  
WEATHER OBSERV/FORCAST                                                  33,515                        33,515                                                  
STRATEGIC COMMAND AND CONTROL                                           20,858                        20,858                                                  
CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX                                                  602                           602                                                  
TAC SIGINT SUPPORT                                                       1,447                         1,447                                                  
 SPECIAL COMM-ELECTRONICS PROJECTS:                                                                                                                            
AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING EQUIP                                         74,771                        74,771                                                  
AF GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS                                       14,753                        14,753                                                  
MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL                                             8,495                         8,495                                                  
AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEM                                      34,519                        34,519                                                  
COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                                  26,003                        47,403                                         +21,400  
MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMM NET                                     1,584                         1,584                                                  
C3 COUNTERMEASURES                                                      15,681                        15,681                                                  
HEATER BATTLE MGT C2 SYS                                                56,820                        56,820                                                  
 AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                                                     
INFORMATION TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS                                                                                                                              
BASE INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE                                        177,283                       177,283                                                  
USCENTCOM                                                                7,335                         7,335                                                  
DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS)                                            17,947                        17,947                                                  
 DISA PROGRAMS:                                                                                                                                                
NAVSTAR GPS SPACE                                                        9,112                         9,112                                                  
DEFENSE METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG SPAC                                                                                                                          
NUDET DETECTION SYS (NDS) SPACE                                          2,674                         2,674                                                  
AF SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK SPACE                                      39,094                        39,094                                                  
SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE                                            92,714                        92,714                                                  
MILSATCOM SPACE                                                         53,027                        46,027                                          -7,000  
SPACE MODS SPACE                                                        25,959                        25,959                                                  
 ORGANIZATION AND BASE:                                                                                                                                        
TACTICAL C E EQUIPMENT                                                 101,222                       101,222                                                  
COMBAT SURVIVOR/EVADER LOCATER RADIO                                     3,104                         3,104                                                  
RADIO EQUIPMENT                                                         16,630                        16,630                                                  
TV EQUIPMENT (AFRTV)                                                     2,005                         2,005                                                  
CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT                                               3,227                         3,227                                                  
BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE                                                74,301                        74,301                                                  
CAP COM AND ELECT                                                          386                           386                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               7,204                         7,204                                                  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP                      1,105,465                     1,123,865                                         +18,400  
OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP:                                                                                                                     
 TEST EQUIPMENT;                                                                                                                                               
BASE/ALC CALIBRATION PACKAGE                                            10,106                        10,106                                                  
PRIMARY STANDARDS LABORATORY PACK- AGE                                   1,105                         1,105                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               9,541                         9,541                                                  
 PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP:                                                                                                                             
NIGHT VISION GOGGLES                                                     2,833                         2,833                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               6,744                        19,244                                         +12,500  
 DEPOT PLANT  + MATERIALS HANDLING EQ:                                                                                                                         
MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP                                      15,118                        15,118                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               9,241                         9,241                                                  
 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                         
FLOODLIGHTS                                                             10,718                        10,718                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                               7,187                         7,187                                                  
 BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                       
BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT                                                 15,171                        15,171                                                  
MEDICAL/DENTAL EQUIPMENT                                                17,025                        17,025                                                  
ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS                                                     941                           941                                                  
AIR BASE OPERABILITY                                                     1,838                         1,838                                                  
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT                                                   6,037                         6,037                                                  
PRODUCTIVITY INVESTMENTS                                                 8,259                         8,259                                                  
MOBILITY EQUIPMENT                                                      50,021                        54,021                                          +4,000  
AIR CONDITIONERS                                                         6,217                         6,217                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                              25,350                        25,350                                                  
 SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS:                                                                                                                                     
INTELLIGENCE PRODUCTION ACTIVITY                                        38,629                        38,629                                                  
TECH SURV COUNTERMEASURES EQ                                             2,975                         2,975                                                  
DARP RC135                                                              12,785                        12,785                                                  
DARP, MRIGS                                                             89,049                        89,049                                                  
SELECTED ACTIVITIES                                                  5,794,849                     5,666,049                                        -128,800  
SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM                                                 136,317                       136,317                                                  
DEFENSE SPACE RECONNAISSANCE PROGRAM                                     8,985                         8,985                                                  
INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                                  1,148                         1,148                                                  
MODIFICATIONS                                                              177                           177                                                  
FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                                        11,294                        11,294                                                  
                                                   --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP                      6,299,660                     6,187,360                                        -112,300  
SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS: SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                         31,636                        31,636                                                  
                                                   ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE                                  7,699,127                     7,605,027                                         -94,100  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                             [In thousands of dollars]                                             

Item                                     2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

ARMORED SEDAN                                             200                                                       -200  
HMMWV, ARMORED                                          5,586                      15,586                        +10,000  
NEXT GENERATION SMALL LOADER (NGSL)                    24,144                      14,144                        -10,000  
COMSEC EQUIPMENT                                       23,346                      27,346                         +4,000  
COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                 26,003                      47,403                        +21,400  
MILSATCOM SPACE                                        53,027                      46,027                         -7,000  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000                              6,744                      19,244                        +12,500  
MOBILITY EQUIPMENT                                     50,021                      54,021                         +4,000  

       Secure terminal equipment [STE] .--The Committee recommends an      
   increase of $4,000,000 in C\3\MDRVcountermeasures for the procurement of
   only the STE.                                                           
       Mechanized material handling equipment .--The Committee recommends  
   an increase of $10,000,000 for the supply asset tracking system which   
   provides visibility of supplies from receipt to final issue. The        
   increase is only for the procurement of SATS.                           
       SMART T .--The Committee is concerned that the Secure Mobile        
   Anti-jam Reliable Tactical Terminal (SMART T) program has experienced   
   problems demonstrating reliability test values necessary to award the   
   fiscal year 2000 contract option.                                       
       GBS Receiver Suites .--The Committee is concerned with the delay in 
   the program and is not confident that the money can be executed in      
   fiscal year 2001. The Committee recommends a decrease of $7,000,000.    

                                 PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE                        




          Appropriations, 2000           $2,249,566,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                2,275,308,000



          Committee recommendation                2,294,908,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,294,908,000 for the  
   ``Procurement, defense-wide'' account for fiscal year 2001, an increase 
   of $19,600,000 from the budget request. This appropriation provides for 
   procurement of capital equipment for the Office of the Secretary of     
   Defense, the Defense Special Weapons Agency, the Defense Information    
   Systems Agency, the Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Investigative 
   Service, the Defense Contract Audit Agency, the Defense Support Project 
   Office, the Joint Staff, the Defense Commissary Agency, special         
   operations forces, chemical biological defense activities, and other    
   classified and unclassified activities of the Department of Defense. The
   program includes procurement of automatic data processing equipment,    
   mechanized material handling systems, the lease of general and special  
   purpose vehicles, supplies, spare parts, communications equipment,      
   expansion of public and private plants, acquisition of land, and for    
   other purposes.                                                         
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the President's budget:                                   


                                                         [In thousands of dollars]                                                        

                                                Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE                                                                                                                              
MAJOR EQUIPMENT:                                                                                                                                       
 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD/WHS:                                                                                                                              
MOTOR VEHICLES                                                      321                           321                                                  
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD                                             64,872                        39,872                                         -25,000  
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS                                             23,191                        23,191                                                  
ARMED FORCES INFORMATION SERVICES                                                                                                                      
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE EDUCATION ACTIVITY                                                                                                               
 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA:                                                                                                                                 
MOBILE SATELLITE SYSTEM TECH                                                                                                                           
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY                                     26,655                        26,655                                                  
CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS                                          3,233                         3,233                                                  
DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM                                           19,399                        19,399                                                  
GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS                                    3,671                         3,671                                                  
GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                      5,136                         5,136                                                  
STANDARD TACTICAL ENTRY POINT                                     2,469                         2,469                                                  
ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                                       14,429                        14,429                                                  
 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA:                                                                                                                                  
DEFENSE SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                       82,863                        82,863                                                  
AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT CONVERSION SYS- TEM                                                         15,000                                         +15,000  
 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION:                                                                                                                
PATRIOT PAC 3                                     40            365,457        40             365,457                                                  
NATIONAL MISSILE DEFENSE                                         74,530                        74,530                                                  
C4I                                                               3,975                         3,975                                                  
NAVY AREA TBDM PROGRAM                                                                                                                                 
 DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY:                                                                                                                       
VEHICLES                                                            145                           145                                                  
OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                            44,034                        44,034                                                  
                                            --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                          785,697                       775,697                                         -10,000  
SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND:                                                                                                                            
 AVIATION PROGRAMS:                                                                                                                                     
SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES                                         68,480                        68,480                                                  
SOF TRAINING SYSTEMS                                              2,364                         2,364                                                  
MC 130H COMBAT TALON II                                          10,403                        10,403                                                  
CV 22 SOF MODIFICATION                             4              8,533         4               8,533                                                  
AC 130U GUNSHIP ACQUISITION                                      13,871                        13,871                                                  
C 130 MODIFICATIONS                                              26,237                        26,237                                                  
AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                                  2,186                         2,186                                                  
 SHIPBUILDING:                                                                                                                                          
ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS                                       25,500                        28,800                                          +3,300  
ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS (AP CY)                               22,472                        22,472                                                  
SUBMARINE CONVERSION                                              1,559                         1,559                                                  
 AMMUNITION PROGRAMS:                                                                                                                                   
SOF ORDNANCE REPLENISHMENT                                       36,632                        36,632                                                  
SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION                                         25,978                        25,978                                                  
 OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS:                                                                                                                            
COMM EQUIPMENT AND ELECTRONICS                                   74,444                        74,444                                                  
SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS                                         32,309                        32,309                                                  
SOF SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS                                       11,829                        21,579                                          +9,750  
MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODS                                             909                           909                                                  
SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS                                      14,511                        14,511                                                  
SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                                          11,780                        11,780                                                  
SOF MARITIME EQUIPMENT                                            5,801                         5,801                                                  
MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                                          14,376                        17,126                                          +2,750  
SOF PLANNING AND REHEARSAL SYSTEM                                 2,021                         2,021                                                  
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             105,547                       105,547                                                  
PSYOP EQUIPMENT                                                   7,575                         7,575                                                  
                                            --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND                               525,317                       541,117                                         +15,800  
CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE:                                                                                                                           
 CBDP:                                                                                                                                                  
INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION                                           108,725                       110,525                                          +1,800  
DECONTAMINATION                                                  12,195                        12,195                                                  
JOINT BIO DEFENSE PROGRAM                                       141,781                       141,781                                                  
COLLECTIVE PROTECTION                                            36,179                        36,179                                                  
CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE                                         175,056                       177,556                                          +2,500  
                                            --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE                              473,936                       478,236                                          +4,300  
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                9            490,358         9             499,858                                          +9,500  
HUMAN RESOURCES ENTERPRISE STRATEGY                                                                                                                    
                                            ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE                              2,275,308                     2,294,908                                         +19,600  

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                         [In thousands of dollars]                                        

Item                            2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD                          64,872                      39,872                        -25,000  
DEFENSE SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                    82,863                      97,863                        +15,000  
ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS                    22,472                      25,772                         +3,300  
SOF SMALL ARMS & WEAPONS                      11,829                      21,579                         +9,750  
MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT                       14,376                      17,126                         +2,750  
INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION                        108,725                     110,525                         +1,800  
CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE                      175,056                     177,556                         +2,500  

       Major Equipment OSD .--The Committee recommends a reduction for     
   excessive growth in lower priority computing equipment. Additionally,   
   the Committee is encouraged that the Department of Defense has fully    
   funded the Mentor Prote AE1ge AE1 program at $24,894,000.               

                            NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT                  




          Appropriations, 2000           $150,000,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                ...........................



          Committee recommendation                150,000,000



      The Committee recommends a funding level of $150,000,000 for National
   Guard and Reserve dedicated equipment. This recommendation is           
   $150,000,000 above the budget request.                                  
      The appropriation for this account includes direction for each       
   Reserve or National Guard component commander to prepare and submit to  
   the congressional defense committees a detailed assessment of that      
   component's modernization priorities.                                   
      The Committee maintains that the Reserves and National Guard should  
   exercise control of funds provided for their modernization in this      
   account. The separate submission of these assessments, directly from the
   components chiefs to the committees will ensure that the Reserve and    
   National Guard priorities are addressed in the allocation of this       
   appropriation.                                                          
                               COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following tables detail the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the President's budget request:                           


                                                          [In thousands of dollars]                                                          

                                                   Qty.    Budget estimate      Qty.    Senate allowance      Qty.    Senate compared to budget estimate  

   NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT                                                                                                                      
RESERVE EQUIPMENT:                                                                                20,000                                         +20,000  
                                               --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, RESERVE EQUIPMENT                                                                          70,000                                         +70,000  
NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT:                                                                         50,000                                         +50,000  
                                               --------  -----------------  --------  ------------------  --------  ------------------------------------  
TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT                                                                   80,000                                         +80,000  
                                               ========  =================  ========  ==================  ========  ====================================  
TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT                                                      150,000                                        +150,000  

                             COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

                                        ARMY RESERVE                              

       Miscellaneous equipment .--The Committee recommends $20,000,000 for 
   the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous equipment to improve the   
   readiness ratings of Army Reserve units.                                
                                        NAVY RESERVE                              

       Miscellaneous equipment .--The Committee recommends $20,000,000 for 
   the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous equipment to improve the   
   readiness ratings of Navy Reserve units.                                
                                    MARINE CORPS RESERVE                          

       Miscellaneous equipment .--The Committee recommends $10,000,000 for 
   the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous equipment to improve the   
   readiness ratings of Marine Corps Reserve units.                        
                                     AIR FORCE RESERVE                            

       Miscellaneous equipment .--The Committee recommends $20,000,000 for 
   the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous equipment to improve the   
   readiness ratings of Air Force Reserve units.                           
                                    ARMY NATIONAL GUARD                           

       Miscellaneous equipment .--The Committee recommends $50,000,000 for 
   the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous equipment to improve the   
   readiness ratings of Army National Guard units.                         
                                     AIR NATIONAL GUARD                           

       Miscellaneous equipment .--The Committee recommends $30,000,000 for 
   the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous equipment to improve the   
   readiness ratings of Air National Guard units.                          
                                 ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST                        

      The Committee agrees that the National Guard and Reserve equipment   
   program shall be executed by the heads of the Guard and Reserve         
   components with priority consideration for miscellaneous equipment      
   appropriations given to the following items: multiple launch rocket     
   system (MLRS), Paladin, onboard oxygen generating system field          
   evaluation for the Air National Guard, LITENING II targeting pod system,
   SINCGARS radios, F 16 SADL ``D'', Bradley Fighting Vehicles upgrades, F 
   15 BOL systems, HMMWV Striker Vehicles, support equipment for Patriot   
   missile air defense battalions, Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck  
   for MLRS units, Army tank recovery vehicle program, fire fighting trucks
   for Air Guard, air traffic control landing system (ATCALS), maneuver    
   control system, construction equipment service life extension program,  
   family of medium tactical vehicles, C 130J procurement, A 10 upgrades, F
   15 E-kit upgrades, F 16 BLK 42 engine modification kits, Precision      
   Attack Targeting System (PATS), simulators for Norwich Army, master     
   cranes, modular command post system, laser marksmanship, UH60/UH1 flight
   simulators, F 16 modernization, standard integrated command post system 
   (SICPS), situational awareness data link, KC 135 multi-point refueling, 
   Naval Construction Force Communications Equipment, and C212 STOL fixed  
   wing aircraft.                                                          

                                          TITLE IV                                

                        RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION               

                                SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION                       

      The fiscal year 2001 Department of Defense budget request for        
   research, development, test, and evaluation [RDT&E] totaled             
   $37,862,401,000. Title IV of the accompanying Senate bill contains      
   $39,597,489,000, an increase of $1,735,088,000 or 4.5 percent, to the   
   budget estimate. The recommended allowance is $1,991,929,000 above the  
   fiscal year 2000 appropriation for RDT&E in title IV. The following     
   table summarizes the budget estimates and Committee recommendations:    

                                                  [In thousands of dollars]                                                 

Item                                              2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

Research, development, test, and evaluation:                 5,260,346                   5,683,675                       +423,329  
Operational Test and Evaluation                                201,560                     218,560                        +17,000  
                                                ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
Total, title IV, RDT&E                                      37,862,401                  39,597,489                     +1,735,088  

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS                        

      The Committee has reflected a number of its funding adjustments in a 
   table format. The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
   in the tables which follow shall be provided only for the specific      
   purposes outlined in the table entry.                                   
                     ELECTRONIC WARFARE MODERNIZATION                    

       Department of Defense Electronic Warfare Plan .--The Committee is   
   concerned that many of the Defense Department's active and reserve      
   fighter aircraft have inadequate radar warning receivers. Most fighter  
   aircraft have no infrared warning systems. However, it is clear to      
   adversaries that U.S. forces rely on the ability to achieve air         
   dominance. Further, these adversaries have greater access than ever to  
   anti-aircraft missile systems with advanced seeker technologies.        
      While future aircraft are being designed with protection systems, we 
   cannot afford to leave today's forces ill-equipped to face the threat.  
   While data links and information from other sensors can contribute to a 
   pilot's situation awareness, it is not clear this will be adequate for a
   pilot to avoid an unexpected threat. Our deployed forces face these     
   threats today, and the Defense Department needs to jointly prepare for  
   tomorrow.                                                               
      The Committee believes these matters merit careful review by the     
   Department of Defense and the Congress. As a step toward this           
   reassessment, the Committee directs that the fiscal year 2002 Electronic
   Warfare Plan include a section identifying the existing and projected   
   surface-to-air and air-to-air threat systems which our forces may       
   confront. The report should provide a brief analysis of each system's   
   capability and potential for enhancement.                               
      In addition to outlining U.S. threat warning and self-protection     
   systems, the report should provide a specific assessment of each        
   system's capability against the current and projected threats. Finally, 
   the report should detail the annual funding for each EW program in the  
   Future Years Defense Program budget. The Committee directs that this    
   report be provided no later than April 1, 2001.                         
                     RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION, ARMY            




          Appropriations, 2000           $5,266,601,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                5,260,346,000



          Committee recommendation                5,683,675,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $5,683,675,000 for the  
   Army's research, development, test, and evaluation programs, an increase
   of $423,329,000 to the budget request. The budget activities and        
   programs funded under this appropriation are discussed below.           
       Mortar Anti-Personnel/Anti-Material (MAPAM) .--The Committee has    
   previously directed the Secretary of the Army to conduct a comparative  
   side-by-side test and evaluation program to determine the lethality and 
   effectiveness of MAPAM mortar ammunition when compared to the M720      
   ammunition. The Committee is aware that funding previously provided is  
   inadequate to the task and; therefore, recommends $5,000,000 for the    
   express purpose of (i) conducting the side-by-side test program, (ii)   
   conducting an independent evaluation of the test results, and (iii) type
   classification of the MAPAM ammunition.                                 
       Man-in-the-Loop Command Activation Feature .--The Committee strongly
   supports the development of the Man-In-The-Loop non-self-destruct       
   alternative landmine system, and has provided funds to accelerate its   
   deployment. However, the Committee is concerned that the Department is  
   considering including a command activation feature, and directs the     
   Department to consult with the Committee prior to any decision to       
   obligate funds for the development of such a feature.                   
       Modernized Hellfire .--The Committee understands that the Army is   
   considering moving toward a ``common'' chemical energy missile in the   
   future and that Modernized Hellfire is intended to be the baseline      
   program to achieve this worthy goal. However, it is noted that no funds 
   are programmed in this budget to proceed in this direction. Accordingly,
   the Army is directed to ensure that these fiscal year 2001 RDTE funds   
   are used, in part, to perform a program definition study to determine   
   the potential of a ``common'' ground and air-to-ground missile. The Army
   is encouraged to provide a ``common missiles'' program funding line in  
   the next budget submission.                                             
       Low Cost Interceptor .--The Committee recommends $9,000,000 for the 
   Low Cost Interceptor (LCI). The express purpose is to evaluate          
   conceptual designs, fabricate, and test component missile hardware.     
       SMDC Battlelab .--The Committee recommends that the Battlelab       
   consider the establishment of an internal Space Technology Integration  
   Center (STIC). The STIC would serve the important function of           
   integrating and migrating varied space assets throughout the Army and   
   promoting more comprehensive utilization of these systems in all combat 
   applications.                                                           
       Objective Crew-Served Weapon (OCSW) .--The OCSW may represent the   
   single biggest advance in dismounted firepower since the invention of   
   the machine gun. As the Army tries to maintain a significant firepower  
   advantage in its lighter, more-mobile force, fielding this weapon is    
   even more critical. The Committee is troubled that there is not more    
   visible support for the program within the Army. The Committee          
   recommends $5,000,000 to the Joint Service Small Arms Program           
   specifically to accelerate development and deployment of the OCSW.      
   Within 60 days of passage of this legislation, the Committee directs the
   Army to provide a report on the status of the program.                  
       Management Headquarters .--The Committee recommends $8,371,000 for  
   Management Headquarters, of which $3,000,000 is to support the Akamai   
   project. This is a reduction of $20,000,000 from fiscal year 2000. Of   
   this amount, the Committee recommends $2,000,000 to continue the ongoing
   cooperative agreement with an institution of higher learning, and       
   $1,000,000 to continue telehealth activities and advanced concept       
   technology demonstrations. The Committee notes that the program has     
   large unobligated balances as has been slow in awarding contracts for   
   projects of special interest to the Committee.                          
       Crusader .--The Committee directs the Army to refocus Crusader as a 
   technology program to further artillery evolution within the Future     
   Combat Systems program. The Committee provides $200,000,000 in support  
   of the Army's effort to develop and acquire an effective direct fire    
   artillery system compatible with the Transformation Initiative.         
       Combat rations .--The Committee is aware of an effort by the        
   National Center for Food Safety and Technology in Summit-Argo, Illinois 
   to address important food safety issues with regard to combat rations.  
   Specifically, the National Center will focus its research on high       
   pressure processing of low acid foods used in meals ready to eat. The   
   Committee encourages the Department to continue its cooperative research
   agreement with the National Center and to provide adequate funding for  
   both research and facility rehabilitation.                              
      mdbo mdnmThreat Mine Virtual Simulatormdbo mdnm.--Of the funds       
   appropriated for Threat Mine Virtual Simulator, not less than $200,000  
   shall be set aside for the Advanced Cognitive Reasoning Technology      
   Development Program.                                                    
                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                                           [In thousands of dollars]                                                          

Item                                                                2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                                        132,164                     136,414                         +4,250  
UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS                                          54,365                      60,865                         +6,500  
MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY                                                              11,557                      24,557                        +13,000  
MISSILE TECHNOLOGY                                                                47,183                      55,183                         +8,000  
MODELING AND SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY                                                30,479                      35,479                         +5,000  
COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                          63,589                      87,089                        +23,500  
BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY                                                             49,750                      55,750                         +6,000  
JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM                                                   5,415                      10,415                         +5,000  
WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY                                                  33,761                      38,761                         +5,000  
ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES                                                23,869                      34,469                        +10,600  
COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS                                                               12,386                      17,786                         +5,400  
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                                                  13,994                      19,994                         +6,000  
MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                                   42,344                      53,844                        +11,500  
WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY                                                             24,659                      26,659                         +2,000  
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                                                75,729                     102,229                        +26,500  
WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                                    15,469                      20,469                         +5,000  
MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                                       16,512                      73,012                        +56,500  
COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                148,114                      89,114                        -59,000  
MISSILE AND ROCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                            25,107                      47,107                        +22,000  
ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (DEM/VAL)                                12,573                      92,573                        +80,700  
TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION                                                30,139                      45,139                        +15,000  
ADVANCED TANK ARMAMENT SYSTEM (ATAS)                                             118,139                     268,139                       +150,000  
NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                         10,968                      16,068                         +5,100  
AVIATION--ADV DEV                                                                  5,848                      10,848                         +5,000  
ARTILLERY SYSTEMS DEM/VAL                                                        355,309                     200,309                       -155,000  
EW DEVELOPMENT                                                                    61,056                      79,056                        +18,000  
ENGINEER MOBILITY EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT                                                                       15,000                        +15,000  
NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--ENG DEV                                                     32,574                      34,074                         +1,500  
COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT                                           86,321                      89,821                         +3,500  
JOINT SURVEILLANCE/TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM                                     17,898                      21,898                         +4,000  
AVIATION--ENG DEV                                                                  7,104                      12,104                         +5,000  
WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--ENG DEV                                                    22,505                      31,505                         +9,000  
MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT--ENG DEV                     6,318                       9,318                         +3,000  
LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--ENG DEV                                                 69,584                      99,584                        +30,000  
RADAR DEVELOPMENT                                                                  8,429                      13,429                         +5,000  
FIREFINDER                                                                        37,363                      47,363                        +10,000  
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                                94,170                      98,170                         +4,000  
THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                                      13,901                      18,801                         +4,900  
TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                                        13,346                      10,346                         -3,000  
CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM                                                  15,410                      20,410                         +5,000  
ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES                                                  119,657                     119,657                         -5,000  
SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS                                                  27,248                      43,248                        +16,000  
DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER TEST FACILITY                                               14,521                      38,921                        +24,400  
SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING                                                    71,079                      68,779                         -2,300  
MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY                               11,276                      13,276                         +2,000  
MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)                                 5,371                       8,371                         +3,000  
MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                  59,523                      75,523                        +16,000  
AEROSTAT JOINT PROJECT OFFICE                                                     24,996                      26,996                         +2,000  
COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                                               99,423                      63,923                        -35,500  
AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                               95,829                     107,829                        +12,000  
FORCE TWENTY-ONE (XXI), WARFIGHTING RAPID ACQUISITION PROGRAM                     -6,021                                                     -6,021  
OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                                        64,418                      56,418                         -8,000  
TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                                                 29,427                      36,427                         +7,000  
END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES                                       57,906                      72,906                        +15,000  

                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                    [In thousands of dollars]                                                    

Item                                                   2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, ARMY                                                                                              
BASIC RESEARCH:                                                      14,459                      14,459                                 
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                               200,988                     211,738                        +10,750  
APPLIED RESEARCH:                                                                                                                       
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                             602,489                     729,989                       +127,500  
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:                                     15,469                      20,469                         +5,000  
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                              490,905                     515,405                        +24,500  
DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:                                        12,573                      92,573                        +80,000  
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION                                 661,451                     761,551                       +100,100  
ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:                                 42,280                      42,280                                 
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL                        1,770,357                   1,878,357                       +108,000  
RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:                                            13,901                      18,801                         +4,900  
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                     696,943                     746,943                        +50,000  
OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT:                                    59,523                      75,523                        +16,000  
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT                             837,213                     839,692                         +2,479  
                                                     ======================  ==========================  =============================  
TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, ARMY                 5,260,346                   5,683,675                       +423,329  

                                                                             


                     RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION, NAVY            




          Appropriations, 2000           $9,110,326,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                8,476,677,000



          Committee recommendation                8,812,070,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,812,070,000 for the  
   Navy's research, development, test, and evaluation programs, an increase
   of $335,393,000 to the budget request.                                  
      The budget activities and programs funded under this appropriation   
   are discussed below.                                                    
       Applied Communications and Information Networking Program (ACIN)    
   .--The Committee recognizes that communications and networking          
   technologies are critical to Department of Defense (DoD) command and    
   control, cooperative engagement, precision strike, intelligence         
   dissemination, logistics, and day-to-day business operations. The       
   Committee also recognizes that most advanced technology developments in 
   these areas emerge from commercial industry. To promote increased       
   partnering between commercial industry and the DoD in these             
   technologies, the Committee recommends $15,000,000 for the Applied      
   Communications and Information Networking Program at the Center for     
   Telecommunications and Information Networking at Drexel University in   
   Camden, New Jersey.                                                     
       National Technology Alliance Program (NTA) .--The Committee has     
   supported expansion of the National Technology Alliance (NTA) program   
   from the Intelligence Community to the Defense Department in fiscal year
   1999 and fiscal year 2000. The efforts that have been undertaken by the 
   NTA's component laboratories, consisting of the National Media          
   Laboratory (NML), the National Information Display Laboratory (NIDL) and
   the National Center for Applied Technology in support of the Navy are   
   what was envisioned. The assessment and application of commercially     
   developed advanced information technologies to naval operations and     
   systems have already saved unnecessary R&D investments. Ongoing efforts 
   hold the promise of greater savings and increased effectiveness. The    
   Committee recommends an additional $15,000,000 for the NTA program. The 
   Committee further wishes to see the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for 
   Research, Development and Acquisition oversee and guide this            
   department-wide program and to insure that the Navy adequately programs 
   for the NTA in future.                                                  
       Vectored Thrust Ducted Propeller .--The Committee provides an       
   increase of $3,200,000 for the Vectored Thrust Ducted Propeller (VTDP)  
   Compound Helicopter flight demonstration to mitigate the added cost of  
   the Navy's changes in contracting strategy, demonstration platform,     
   ground and flight testing requirements. In accordance with the Navy's   
   prior year commitments to Congress to flight test this technology, the  
   Committee expects the Navy to address the balance of any funding        
   shortfall as part of the fiscal year 2002 budget process. The Committee 
   understands the Air Force has expressed interest in the Navy's VTDP     
   Compound Helicopter demonstration effort, and recommends the Navy work  
   with the Air Force to ensure that joint Combat Rescue requirements are  
   addressed as part of this demonstration.                                
       Theater Air and Missile Defense .--The Committee is aware of the    
   Navy's attempts to define a comprehensive Theater Air and Missile       
   Defense Program, linking theater missile defense, overland cruise       
   missile defense, with a robust battlespace management C\4\I capability. 
   To accelerate this effort, the Committee recommends an increase of      
   $15,000,000 for the E 2C RMP littoral surveillance program and          
   $10,000,000 for Cooperative Engagement Capability P\3\I efforts to link 
   the UESA radar and other sensors with CEC.                              
       Anti-Armor Weapons System (SMAW Follow on LOSET) .--The Committee   
   continues to support work begun last year on the LOSET technology in    
   support of the Shoulder-Launched Multi-purpose Assault Weapon (SMAW) and
   its relevance to the Follow On To SMAW (FOTS) effort in the Marine      
   Corps. This promising technology will provide the Marine Corps with a   
   fire from enclosure capability in a ``soft launch'' environment that is 
   safe for the users. The current effort is limited to the investigation  
   of the LOSET application to the High Explosive Dual Purpose warhead. The
   Committee is aware that the FOTS requirement is for a family of warheads
   to include but not limited to smoke, flechette and concussion. Based on 
   the success of the program to date and the need for additional warheads 
   R&D, the Committee has added $3,000,000 to continue and expand the LOSET
   effort in support of FOTS.                                              
       Science and Technology Funding .--The Committee is concerned about  
   inadequate funding for Science and Technology by the Navy for future    
   technological needs and the growing diversion of resources from long    
   term investment to short term expenditures. The Committee is especially 
   concerned about technologies which need to be supported over the        
   long-term because they: (1) Are essential national naval                
   responsibilities; (2) have the potential to have a major impact on the  
   Navy After Next; and (3) are not likely to be supported by the private  
   sector. An important set of technologies which falls into this category 
   is Naval Ship Technologies which includes: Hydrodynamics; machinery,    
   electrical and propulsion systems; stealth; ship protection and         
   structures; and advanced seaborne materials. To maintain U.S.           
   technological superiority in these areas, the Committee recommends that 
   the Administration give serious consideration to the relationship       
   between increased and consistent funding in science and technology and  
   the maintenance of U.S. technology superiority, and reflects these      
   considerations in future budget submissions and FYDPs. The Committee    
   notes the critical importance of the work being done at the Carderock   
   Division of the Naval Sea Systems Command and believes that a larger    
   percent of the Navy science and technology needs to be directed toward  
   this area in the future.                                                
                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                                             [In thousands of dollars]                                                             

Item                                                                     2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

AIR AND SURFACE LAUNCHED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                            37,966                      49,966                        +12,000  
SHIP, SUBMARINE & LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGY                                                 44,563                      58,813                        +14,250  
MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY                                                   9,793                      12,793                         +3,000  
COMMUNICATIONS, COMMAND AND CONTROL, INTEL, SURVEILLANCE                               79,905                     132,905                        +53,000  
MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER TECHNOL- OGY                                       68,076                      87,576                        +19,500  
OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ATMOSPHERIC TECHNOLOGY                                               60,320                      65,320                         +5,000  
UNDERSEA WARFARE WEAPONRY TECHNOLOGY                                                   35,028                      41,228                         +6,200  
DUAL USE APPLICATIONS PROGRAM                                                          10,067                      12,067                         +2,000  
AIR SYSTEMS AND WEAPONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                            39,667                      45,367                         +5,700  
SURFACE SHIP & SUBMARINE HM&E ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                      37,432                      57,232                        +19,800  
MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION (ATD)                                   54,749                      58,749                         +4,000  
MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADV TECH DEV                                          26,988                      29,988                         +3,000  
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND LOGISTICS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                24,002                      42,202                        +18,200  
NAVY TECHNICAL INFORMATION PRESENTATION SYS- TEM                                       49,506                      52,506                         +3,000  
UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                                   58,296                      61,296                         +3,000  
MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                     45,618                      48,618                         +3,000  
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION                                                         76,333                     102,533                        +26,200  
C3 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                                                 29,673                      44,673                        +15,000  
AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS                                                        30,337                      32,837                         +2,500  
ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                                                19,680                      24,680                         +5,000  
SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTERMEASURES                                         97,929                     102,929                         +5,000  
SHIPBOARD SYSTEM COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT                                                244,437                     252,437                         +8,000  
SSGN CONVERSION                                                                        34,762                      39,762                         +5,000  
ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT                                                 113,269                     127,769                        +14,500  
SHIP PRELIMINARY DESIGN & FEASIBILITY STUDIES                                          46,896                      50,496                         +3,600  
ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS                                                      5,635                      10,135                         +4,500  
COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                                                              32,966                      37,966                         +5,000  
CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                                                 28,619                      31,619                         +3,000  
MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES                                                         137,981                     155,481                        +17,500  
MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM                                              23,216                      43,516                        +20,300  
COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT                                                                119,257                     149,257                        +30,000  
LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY                                                                143,044                     133,244                         -9,800  
JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)--DEM/VAL                                                   131,566                     327,666                       +196,094  
NONLETHAL WEAPONS--DEM/VAL                                                             23,580                      29,580                         +6,000  
SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING SUPPORT                    34,100                      38,100                         +4,000  
AV 8B Aircraft--Eng Dev                                                                38,061                      24,961                        -13,100  
MULTI MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT                                           69,946                      79,946                        +10,000  
AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                                           17,466                      16,027                         -1,439  
EW DEVELOPMENT                                                                         97,281                     122,281                        +25,000  
SC 21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM ENGINEERING                                                   305,274                     313,274                         +8,000  
SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING                                           179,684                     204,684                        +25,000  
SSN 688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION                                                      34,801                      49,801                        +15,000  
NEW DESIGN SSN                                                                        207,091                     210,091                         +3,000  
SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/ LIVE FIRE T&E                                                    62,204                      72,204                        +10,000  
SHIP SELF DEFENSE--EMD                                                                 85,049                      87,149                         +2,100  
MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT                                                                     5,273                      11,773                         +6,500  
DISTRIBUTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                                        20,710                      40,710                        +20,000  
JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER EMD                                                              295,962                                                   -295,962  
MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                                                   40,707                      43,707                         +3,000  
CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES                                                              43,889                      38,889                         -5,000  
TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                                           270,327                     272,327                         +2,000  
MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT                                                       8,091                       9,091                         +1,000  
F/A 18 Squadrons                                                                      248,093                     243,093                         -5,000  
CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                              27,059                      32,059                         +5,000  
HARM IMPROVEMENT                                                                       21,355                      26,355                         +5,000  
NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM                                                                                    19,000                        +19,000  
 14 UPGRADE                                                                             1,228                      11,228                        +10,000  
RWR Antenna Replacement and System Enhancement                                                                      1,000                         +1,000  
MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                                                    96,153                      99,153                         +3,000  
JOINT C\4\ISR BATTLE CENTER (JBC)                                                       7,795                       9,795                         +2,000  
AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                                         4,759                       8,759                         +4,000  
SPACE ACTIVITIES                                                                                                    2,000                         +2,000  
MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT                                                         9,106                      14,106                         +5,000  
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                                   531,940                     457,940                        -74,000  

                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       


                                                    [In thousands of dollars]                                                    

Item                                                   2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, NAVY                                                                                              
BASIC RESEARCH:                                                      16,343                      16,343                                 
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                               397,482                     397,482                                 
APPLIED RESEARCH:                                                    37,966                      49,966                        +12,000  
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                             527,109                     645,309                       +118,200  
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:                                     39,667                      45,367                         +5,700  
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                              538,512                     639,412                       +100,900  
DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:                                        30,337                      32,837                         +2,500  
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION                               2,229,666                   2,549,860                       +320,194  
ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:                                                                                                    
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL                        2,152,405                   1,969,504                       -182,901  
RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:                                            24,293                      24,293                                 
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                     631,515                     632,515                         +1,000  
OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT:                                   207,000                     207,000                                 
                                                     ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT                           1,999,988                   1,977,988                        -22,000  
                                                     ======================  ==========================  =============================  
TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, NAVY                 8,476,677                   8,812,070                       +335,393  


                   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION, AIR FORCE         




          Appropriations, 2000           $13,674,537,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                13,685,576,000



          Committee recommendation                13,931,145,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $13,931,145,000 for the 
   Air Force's research, development, test, and evaluation programs, an    
   increase of $245,569,000 to the budget request.                         
      The budget activities and programs funded under this appropriation   
   are discussed below.                                                    
                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Defense Support Program .--The Committee is aware of the early      
   success of an on-going program under DSP called the High Accuracy       
   Network Determination System (HANDS) and directs that $2,000,000 of the 
   funds provided in this program be available to continue the HANDS       
   program.                                                                
       Maui Space Surveillance System .--The Committee recommends          
   $19,625,000 for the Maui Space Surveillance System. This funding will   
   allow the activity to sustain operations and research at the site. The  
   Committee is aware that the Air Force is working with the Jet Propulsion
   Laboratory on a Near Earth Asteroid Tracker at MSSS and encourages the  
   Air Force to allocate up to $2,000,000 for this purpose to catalog and  
   characterize potential hazardous asteroids.                             
       Airborne Laser .--In adding $92,400,000 to the budget request for   
   the Airborne Laser (ABL) program, the Committee notes the program's     
   outstanding cost, schedule, and technical performance, as well as the   
   potential ABL has for ballistic missile defense. Accordingly, the       
   Committee directs the use of the additional funds to maintain the       
   program schedule which will result in the first intercept attempt in    
   fiscal year 2003 and the Initial Operating Capability in fiscal year    
   2007, barring unforeseen technical problems.                            
       F 15 Squadrons .--The Committee has provided an increase of         
   $5,000,000 to the budget for F 15 survivability enhancements. The       
   Committee has also provided an increase of $26,900,000 in the ``Aircraft
   Procurement, Air Force'' account for procurement efforts associated with
   the survivability enhancement program. The funds are only for the       
   enhancing the situational awareness and survivability of F 15 aircraft  
   in Air National Guard and Reserve squadrons. The Committee is concerned 
   that these aircraft, which are part of the Air Expeditionary Wings, will
   be deployed with inadequate radar warning receivers. The Committee      
   believes that these funds should be focused on improving modernizing the
   radar warning receivers of these aircraft.                              
      The Committee is also aware of a request to add BOL Chaff systems to 
   these aircraft. However, the Committee believes that greater situational
   awareness will offer a greater survivability enhancement and urges the  
   Air Force to make radar warning receiver upgrades a first priority.     
       Joint Strike Fighter .--The Committee has strongly supported        
   previous budget requests for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program.    
   This program holds the promise of delivering a low cost, stealthy, joint
   service aircraft. The program goals of designing in manufacturability   
   and maintainability should pay tremendous dividends in future operating 
   budgets. However, the importance of this program is such that we must   
   make the right decisions based on complete information.                 
      The Committee understands the delayed start of the JSF flight testing
   program. The current schedule calls for selection of a single design for
   EMD in March, 2001. However, program delays may delay the initiation of 
   flight tests of the Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) demonstrators   
   until the March timeframe. The Committee believes that all of the flight
   testing should be completed and fully evaluated prior to the selection  
   of an JSF EMD design. The Department of Defense has indicated that      
   indeed the EMD decision may slip until June, 2001.                      
      The budget request included a total of $261,104,000 to continue the  
   Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Demonstration/Validation effort. The budget  
   request also included $595,502,000 for the JSF Engineering and          
   Manufacturing Development (EMD) program. The Committee has deleted all  
   funds from the JSF EMD program elements.                                
      The Committee recommendation provides a total of $653,292,000 for JSF
   Demonstration and Validation, allocated between the Navy and Air Force  
   JSF Dem/Val program elements. The budget assumed that DoD had adequate  
   funds to continue the JSF Dem/Val program through March, 2001. The      
   Committee recommendation adds $20,000,000 to extend the Dem/Val program 
   through June. Further, the Committee has added $372,188,000 which can be
   used to further continue and enhance the JSF Dem/Val program. The       
   Comittee has deleted 3 months of EMD funding to reflect the delay in    
   initiating the EMD program. The Committee directs that DoD conduct a    
   complete flight test program for the JSF prototypes and perform a full  
   evaluation of all flight test results as part of the EMD proposal       
   review.                                                                 
      The Committee is aware of no justification for changing the JSF      
   acquisition strategy. The Committee directs that DoD use the available  
   funds only to proceed with the original acquisition strategy of         
   selecting a single design, and associated industry team, to develop the 
   Joint Strike Fighter. The Committee believes that industrial base       
   concerns can best be addressed after the source selection decision.     
   Companies need to evaluate their desire to participate in the JSF       
   program based on their strategic business objectives. While the future  
   aircraft industrial base may be a concern, DoD can be partner in        
   discussion to address these concerns as companies work on viable teaming
   or work sharing agreements.                                             
      The Committee also continues to support the Alternate Engine Program 
   (AEP) for JSF and expects that the recommended changes in overall JSF   
   funding will not impact the current AEP schedule and that no funds will 
   be diverted from the existing AEP plan.                                 
       C 5 Airlift Squadrons .--The Committee has provided $44,901,000, a  
   reduction to the budget request of $47,629,000. The reduction eliminates
   funds for the C 5 Reliability Enhancement and Reengining Program.       
      On April 26, 2000, General Shelton testified that, ``We have some    
   tremendous challenges with the C 5 Alpha right now. When we complete    
   this analysis of alternatives, we will be in a position I think to      
   recommend to the Secretary and to be able to tell you whether or not we 
   think it would be best just to make a decision to stop pouring money    
   into the C 5 Alpha and come to you and say, we need to increase the     
   production on the C 17s or buy more, or whether or not we should go     
   ahead and fix the C 5 Alphas right now. The intuition says that probably
   C 17s would be the right answer, but I would defer on making a          
   recommendation until we finish the analysis.'' The Committee agrees that
   DoD needs to complete the mobility study so we all have a road map for  
   future investment in the airlift fleet. Accordingly, the Committee      
   reduction defers the C 5 Reliability Enhancement and Reengining program 
   at this time.                                                           
       Life Support Systems .--The recommendation provides an increase of  
   $5,000,000 for Joint Seat Program. The Committee has made a similar     
   recommendation within the ``Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, 
   Navy'' account. The Committee restates its direction contained in the   
   Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2000. The Committee directs   
   that DoD conduct a full and open competition under this program with no 
   arbitrary restrictions applied by DoD to limit the competition.         
       Combat Training Ranges .--The Committee recommends an increase of   
   $4,000,000 for Advanced Data Oriented Security Module (ADOSM)           
   integration activities at combat training ranges. Further, the Secretary
   of the Air Force shall inform the Congressional Defense Committees by   
   November 1, 2000 of the earliest expected implementation of ADOSM to    
   achieve initial operational capability for Nellis and Tyndall Air Force 
   Bases.                                                                  
                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                                              [In thousands of dollars]                                                             

Item                                                                      2001 budget estimate  Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

Defense Research Sciences                                                              206,149  208,149                      + 2,000                       
Materials                                                                               72,815  97,415                       +24,600                       
Aerospace Flight Dynamics                                                               48,775  49,327                       +552                          
Human Effectiveness Applied Research                                                    62,619  68,619                       +6,000                        
Aerospace Propulsion                                                                   116,262  128,362                      +12,100                       
Space Technology                                                                        57,687  68,287                       +10,600                       
Advanced Materials for Weapon Systems                                                   21,678  25,178                       +3,500                        
Advanced Aerospace Sensors                                                              28,311  40,311                       +12,000                       
Flight Vehicle Technology                                                                2,445  6,272                        +3,827                        
Aerospace Structures                                                                    12,961  19,161                       +6,200                        
Crew Systems and Personnel Protection Technology                                        12,479  17,479                       +5,000                        
Flight Vehicle Technology Integration                                                   13,184  16,184                       +3,000                        
Advanced Spacecraft Technology                                                          97,327  117,742                      +20,415                       
Maui Space Surveillance System (MSSS)                                                    4,625  19,625                       +15,000                       
Advanced Weapons Technology                                                             33,371  45,371                       +12,000                       
Environmental Engineering Technology                                                            2,000                        +2,000                        
Aerospace Info Tech Sys Integration                                                      7,429  8,029                        +600                          
Space-Based Laser                                                                       63,216  73,216                       +10,000                       
Airborne Laser Program                                                                 148,637  241,037                      +92,400                       
Joint Strike Fighter                                                                   129,538  325,632                      +196,094                      
Intercontinental Ballistic Missile--Dem/Val                                             39,246  58,446                       +19,200                       
Wideband MILSATCOM (Space)                                                             134,029  101,029                      -33,000                       
B 2 Advanced Technology Bomber                                                          48,313  53,313                      5,000                          
EW Development                                                                          58,198  66,198                       +8,000                        
Milstar LDR/MDR Satellite Communications (SPACE)                                       236,841  232,841                      -4,000                        
Life Support Systems                                                                    14,758  17,508                       +2,750                        
Combat Training Ranges                                                                  12,559  16,559                       +4,000                        
Integrated Command & Control Applications (IC\2\A)                                         214  5,014                        +4,800                        
Intelligence Equipment                                                                   1,298  6,598                        +5,300                        
Joint Strike Fighter EMD                                                               299,540                               -299,540                      
RDT&E for Aging Aircraft                                                                14,204  21,204                       +7,000                        
Major T&E Investment                                                                    54,057  59,057                       +5,000                        
RAND Project Air Force                                                                  24,080  20,080                       -4,000                        
Initial Operational Test & Evaluation                                                   28,238  20,238                       -8,000                        
B 52 Squadrons                                                                          50,787  60,787                       +10,000                       
A 10 Squadrons                                                                           8,615  10,615                       +2,000                        
 16 Squadrons                                                                          124,903  125,903                      +1,000                        
 15 Squadrons                                                                           61,260  66,260                       +5,000                        
Extended Range Conventional Air Launched Cruise Missile                                         20,000                       +20,000                       
COMPASS CALL: SPEAR System Improvements                                                  5,834  15,834                       +10,000                       
Theater Battle Management (TBM) C\4\I                                                   41,068  46,068                       +5,000                        
Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System (Joint STARS)                        144,118  151,318                      +7,200                        
Information Systems Security Program                                                     7,212  12,212                       +5,000                        
MILSATCOM Terminals                                                                     17,797  20,797                       +3,000                        
NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (Space and Control Segments)                         250,197  260,897                      +10,700                       
Dragon U 2 (JMIP)                                                                       27,546  33,546                       +6,000                        
Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles                                                     109,215  127,215                      +18,000                       
Airborne Reconnaissance Systems                                                        136,913  152,613                      +15,700                       
Manned Reconnaissance Systems: ECARS                                                            11,000                       +11,000                       
C 5 Airlift Squadrons                                                                   92,530  44,901                       -47,629                       
Industrial Preparedness                                                                 53,082  56,082                       +3,000                        
Productivity, Reliability, Availability, Maintain. Prog Ofc (PRAMPO)                    15,227  24,227                       +9,000                        
COBRA BALL                                                                                      6,000                        +6,000                        

                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       

                                                   [In thousands of dollars]                                                   

Item                                                 2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, AF                                                                                              
BASIC RESEARCH:                                                   206,149                     208,149                         +2,000  
                                                   ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                             206,149                     208,149                         +2,000  
APPLIED RESEARCH:                                                  72,815                      97,415                        +24,600  
                                                   ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                           590,255                     644,107                        +53,852  
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:                                   13,895                      13,895                                 
                                                   ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                            494,942                     588,484                        +93,542  
DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:                                       4,401                       4,401                                 
                                                   ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION                               888,451                   1,163,145                       +274,694  
ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:                                1,312                       1,312                                 
                                                   ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL                      3,553,609                   3,286,919                       -266,690  
RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:                                          34,785                      34,785                                 
                                                   ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                   590,067                     583,067                         -7,000  
OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT:                                  50,787                      60,787                        +10,000  
                                                   ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT                         7,362,103                   7,457,274                        +95,171  
                                                   ======================  ==========================  =============================  
TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, AF                13,685,576                  13,931,145                       +245,569  


                 RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION, DEFENSE-WIDE        




          Appropriations, 2000           $9,256,705,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                10,238,242,000



          Committee recommendation                10,952,039,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,952,039,000 for     
   defense-wide research, development, test, and evaluation programs, an   
   increase of $713,797,000 to the budget request.                         
      The budget activities and programs funded under this appropriation   
   are discussed below.                                                    
                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Defense Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research      
   (DEPSCoR) .--The Committee endorses the Office of Naval Research's      
   Intelligence Autonomous Air Vehicle Program, which could have a         
   significant impact on the ``revolution in military affairs'' by helping 
   to develop the next generation of intelligent weapons--pilotless combat 
   vehicles that can fly long missions and loiter over enemy territory for 
   extended periods. In particular, the Committee is aware of the important
   contributions made by universities and colleges to this project. The    
   Committee encourages the Department of Defense and the Navy to continue 
   to provide robust funding for this program and for the participation of 
   universities currently supporting the research.                         
       Gulf War Illnesses Research .--The Committee recommends $6,000,000  
   for research on Gulf War syndrome to extend multi-disciplinary studies  
   of its relation to fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and multiple 
   chemical sensitivity. Within this amount, up to $2,000,000 may be made  
   available expansion of the research program in the Upper Great Plains   
   region. The research effort will include longitudinal studies of        
   military personnel before they are deployed to potentially hostile      
   situations and after their return.                                      
       Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Dem/Val .--If funds become 
   available during the execution year, the Committee supports funding of  
   the ``Electrostatic Decontamination Program,'' which would then enter   
   the advanced technology development phase (ATD) under the Joint Services
   Fixed Site Decontamination Program. This would enable electrostatic     
   decontamination technology to be broadened from biological agents to    
   chemical and hybrid agents and to rapidly provide a method to quickly   
   restore and sustain operations in CB contaminated environments.         
       Tactical Technology .--The Committee recommends $5,000,000 for      
   CEROS, $2,000,000 below the amount provided in fiscal year 2000. The    
   Committee applauds CEROS for the success it has had in spearheading new 
   technology efforts such as the multipurpose processor and the midfoil   
   design for the Littoral Support Craft, both of which were initiated     
   through CEROS grants. The Committee strongly encourages the Office of   
   Naval Research and DARPA to transfer additional amounts from their      
   funding to CEROS to supplement the level recommended by the Congress for
   this very successful program.                                           
       Defense-wide Directed Energy Science and Technology .--The Committee
   recognizes that the High Energy Laser Master Plan was approved by the   
   Defense Department in March, 2000. This Plan proposed a new management  
   structure for coordination and resource allocation for high energy laser
   activities throughout the Defense Department. In addition, the Plan     
   listed several important findings regarding Science and Technology      
   funding and fragility of the industrial base, as well as offering       
   specific recommendations to address current problems in this technology 
   field.                                                                  
      The Committee notes that the proposed Joint Technology Office (JTO)  
   identified of the High Energy Laser Master Plan might be more effective 
   and efficient if situated at a location where a substantial proportion  
   of the research, development, test and evaluation activities surrounding
   high energy lasers takes place. The Committee also believes that the JTO
   should leverage the expertise and technologies already existent at the  
   National Laboratories of the Department of Energy for applications      
   designated by the Task Area Working Groups.                             
                  BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION                 

       Ballistic Missile Defense Organization [BMDO] .--The Committee has  
   provided $4,354,355,000 for research, development, test, and evaluation 
   [RDT&E] efforts on national and theater ballistic missile defense       
   systems and technologies. This appropriation represents an overall      
   increase of $411,192,000 to the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization  
   [BMDO] RDT&E budget request. The Committee also provides $443,962,000,  
   the budget request amount for procurement of ballistic missile defense  
   systems and components. Thus, the total appropriation for ballistic     
   missile defense programs in this bill is $4,797,317,000. The Committee  
   has made a number of adjustments to individual RDT&E accounts as shown  
   in the following table.                                                 

                                                      [In thousands of dollars]                                                      

Item                                                       2001 budget estimate  Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

Support Technologies--Applied Research                                   37,747  56,247                       +18,500                       
Support Technologies--Advanced Technology Development                    93,249  134,449                      +41,200                       
Navy Theater Wide Missile Defense System                                382,671  442,671                      +60,000                       
National Missile Defense--Dem/Val                                     1,740,238  1,879,238                    +139,000                      
BMD Technical Operations                                                270,718  304,218                      +33,500                       
International Cooperative Programs                                      116,992  124,992                      +8,000                        

       National Missile Defense .--The Committee understands that the      
   original NMD acquisition plan called for a competition for the          
   additional X band radars necessary to achieve C2 capability in the NMD  
   program. The Committee is aware that the Ballistic Missile Defense      
   Organization (BMDO) is considering a plan to prototype the competitive  
   approaches to the C2 radars. To accelerate this effort and avoid any    
   impact to the NMD program schedule, the Committee has provided an       
   increase of $10,000,000 only to proceed with the National Missile       
   Defense (NMD) C2 Radar Prototyping Program.                             
       PAC 3/Navy Area Defense .--A significant factor in the Department of
   Defense's selection of the Patriot PAC 3 missile was the lethality of   
   the hit-to-kill concept. The Committee believes the Navy Area program   
   could benefit from the hit-to-kill technology of the PAC 3 interceptor. 
   Further, the Defense Department might realize additional cost savings   
   and logistical benefits from purchasing a common missile. Therefore, the
   Committee directs the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition,       
   Technology and Logistics to conduct a study of the potential for the PAC
   3 missile to be used as the interceptor in the Navy Area program. The   
   Committee directs that this report be provide the congressional defense 
   committees by April 15, 2001.                                           
                            OTHER ADJUSTMENTS                            

                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense [DOD] for fiscal year 2001.                       

                                                           [In thousands of dollars]                                                          

Item                                                                2001 budget estimate  Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

Defense Research Sciences                                                         90,415  102,015                      +11,600                       
University Research Initiatives                                                  253,627  263,627                      +10,000                       
Gulf War Illness                                                                  16,978  27,978                       +11,000                       
Defense Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research                     9,859  25,000                       +15,141                       
Chemical and Biological Defense Program                                           33,197  38,197                       +5,000                        
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Science                       14,236  17,736                       +3,500                        
Lincoln Laboratory Research Program                                               18,602  20,702                       +2,100                        
Computing Systems and Communications Technol- ogy                                376,592  343,592                      -33,000                       
Extensible Information Systems                                                    69,282  54,319                       -14,963                       
Biological Warfare Defense                                                       162,064  150,064                      -12,000                       
Chemical and Biological Defense Program                                           73,600  81,600                       +8,000                        
Tactical Technology                                                              121,051  320,394                      +199,343                      
Integrated Command and Control Technology                                         31,761  38,761                       +7,000                        
Materials and Electronics Technology                                             249,812  255,812                      +6,000                        
Nuclear Sustainment & Counterproliferation Technologies                          230,928  219,528                      -11,400                       
Explosives Demilitarization Technology                                             8,964  19,664                       +10,700                       
Combating Terrorism Technology Support                                            41,307   +51,307                    10,000                         
Advanced Aerospace Systems                                                        26,821  30,936                       +4,115                        
Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Advanced Development                     46,594  55,694                       +9,100                        
Special Technical Support                                                         10,777  15,777                       +5,000                        
Generic Logistics R&D Technology Demonstrations                                   23,082  37,082                       +14,000                       
Strategic Environmental Research Program                                          51,357  51,557                       +200                          
Advanced Electronics Technologies                                                191,800  198,300                      +6,500                        
Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations                                       116,425  121,425                      +5,000                        
High Performance Computing Modernization Pro- gram                               164,027  177,527                      +13,500                       
Sensor and Guidance Technology                                                   182,225  176,225                      -6,000                        
Land Warfare Technology                                                          134,249  133,249                      -1,000                        
Joint Wargaming Simulation Management Office                                      56,971  64,971                       +8,000                        
Agile Port Demonstration                                                                  5,000                        +5,000                        
Physical Security Equipment                                                       35,108  33,808                       -1,300                        
Joint Robotics Program                                                            10,294  15,294                       +5,000                        
Advanced Sensor Applications Program                                              15,534  31,034                       +15,500                       
CALS Initiative                                                                    1,585  8,585                        +7,000                        
Environmental Security Technical Certification Program                            24,906  25,406                       +500                          
Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Dem/Val                                  83,800  88,800                       +5,000                        
Coalition Warfare                                                                 11,839                               -11,839                       
Chemical and Biological Defense Program--EMD                                     100,815  104,315                      +3,500                        
Information Systems Security Program                                              18,210  20,710                       +2,500                        
General Support to C\3\I                                                           3,769  9,769                        +6,000                        
Foreign Material Acquisition and Exploitation                                     32,173  80,273                       +48,100                       
Defense Technology Analysis                                                        5,048  8,048                        +3,000                        
Information Systems Security Program                                             290,771  292,571                      +1,800                        
Defense Imagery and Mapping Program                                               74,975  78,975                       +4,000                        
Special Operations Tactical Systems Development                                  133,520  134,820                      +1,300                        

                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       

                                                      [In thousands of dollars]                                                     

Item                                                      2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, DEFWIDE                                                                                              
BASIC RESEARCH:                                                          2,007                       2,007                                 
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                                  412,798                     465,539                        +52,741  
APPLIED RESEARCH:                                                       15,000                      15,000                                 
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                              1,424,384                   1,597,464                       +173,080  
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:                                         2,043                       2,043                                 
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                               1,657,219                   1,786,534                       +129,315  
DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:                                           35,108                      33,808                         -1,300  
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION                                  3,030,161                   3,290,522                       +260,361  
ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL;                                   100,815                     104,315                         +3,500  
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL                           1,184,669                   1,190,669                         +6,000  
RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:                                                1,204                       1,204                                 
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                        313,615                     370,715                        +57,100  
OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT:                                        9,629                       9,629                                 
                                                        ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT                              2,215,396                   2,250,596                        +35,200  
                                                        ======================  ==========================  =============================  
TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, DEFWIDE                10,238,242                  10,952,039                       +713,797  


                                                                             


                          OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION, DEFENSE                




          Appropriations, 2000           $297,391,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                201,560,000



          Committee recommendation                218,560,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $218,560,000 for the    
   ``Operational test and evaluation, defense'' account, an increase of    
   $17,000,000 to the budget request.                                      
                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

       Committee Recommendations .--The following table lists program      
   recommendations proposed by the Committee. These adjustments reflect the
   following committee actions: elimination of funds requested for programs
   which are lower priority, duplicative or not supported by firm          
   requirements or out-year development and procurement funds; 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 request for activities; and implementation of recommendations
   reported in the Senate bill authorizing programs and activities of the  
   Department of Defense for fiscal year 2001.                             

                                                         [In thousands of dollars]                                                        

Item                                                            2001 budget estimate  Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate    

Central Test and Evaluation Investment Development (CTEIP)                   121,401  136,901                      +15,500                       
Live Fire Testing                                                              9,712  11,212                       +1,500                        

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENT                    

       Live Fire Testing .--The Committee provides $9,712,000 only for     
   continuation of the Live Fire Testing and Training Initiative (LFT&I).  
   The Committee is encouraged by efforts within the Department to enhance 
   testing technologies with modeling and simulation.                      
                      COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM                      

      The following table details the Committee recommendations in         
   comparison to the budget request:                                       

                                                [In thousands of dollars]                                                

Item                                           2001 budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Change from budget estimate  

   OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVAL, DEFENSE                                                                                              
RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:                                   121,401                     136,901                        +15,500  
                                             ----------------------  --------------------------  -----------------------------  
TOTAL, OPERATIONAL TEST and EVAL, DEFENSE                   201,560                     218,560                        +17,000  


                                                                             


                                          TITLE V                                 

                               REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS                     

      The Committee recommends appropriations totaling $4,195,357,000 for  
   title V, revolving and management funds.                                
      The Committee provides funding for the defense working capital fund  
   and the national defense sealift fund under this heading.               
               DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUNDING ADJUSTMENTS               




          Appropriations, 2000           $90,344,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                916,276,000



          Committee recommendation                916,276,000



      The Appropriations Committees have consistently been strong advocates
   of the commissary benefit for military personnel and their              
   beneficiaries. However, the Committee is very concerned that this       
   critical quality of life benefit is being eroded by usage policies      
   contrary to Congressional intent. The Committee directs the Secretary of
   Defense to report to the congressional defense committees on the        
   following; all personnel categories approved for Commissary visits, by  
   region and country, with a separate breakout for the National Capitol   
   Region; all reimbursements received by the Department of Defense for    
   commissary usage by non-military foreign nationals; the number of       
   foreign national personnel provided with commissary benefits within the 
   United States; and a summary of tracking procedures for identification  
   cards issued to non-DoD personnel, which allow either restricted or     
   unrestricted use of the commissary privileges. This report shall be     
   provided not later than October 30, 2000.                               

                      NATIONAL DEFENSE MOBILITY FUND                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $717,200,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                388,158,000



          Committee recommendation                3,279,081,000



      The appropriation for the ``National Defense Sealift Fund'' provides 
   funds for the lease, operation, and supply of prepositioning ships;     
   operation of the Ready Reserve Force; acquisition of large medium speed 
   roll-on/roll-off ships for the Military Sealift Command; and acquisition
   of ships for the Ready Reserve Force. The budget includes $258,000,000  
   for Ready Reserve Force and $130,158,000 for acquisition activities in  
   fiscal year 2001.                                                       
      The Committee has recommended an expansion of this account to        
   recognize the fact that sea and air mobility are essential ingredients  
   in the Department of Defense's force projection capability. Thus, the   
   Committee has recommended renaming this account to create the ``National
   Defense Mobility Fund'' account. This new account will incorporate the  
   existing ``National Defense Sealift Fund'' account and establish the    
   ``National Defense Airlift Fund'' account.                              
      In addition to providing the budget request amount for the ``National
   Defense Sealift Fund,'' the Committee recommendation also provides an   
   increase of $2,890,923,000 for the ``National Defense Airlift Fund.''   
   This recommendation includes $2,478,723,000 for the acquisition of 12 C 
   17 aircraft and advance procurement for the fiscal year 2002 C 17       
   purchase. Further, the increase includes $412,200,000 for the interim   
   contractor support of the existing C 17 fleet. The Committee directs    
   that the C 17 procurement and fleet support programs continue without an
   interruption during fiscal year 2001. The Committee has included        
   appropriate legislative authority to permit the transfer of these funds 
   for the continuation of C 17 acquisition and support.                   

                                          TITLE VI                                

                         OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS               

                     CHEMICAL AGENTS AND MUNITIONS DESTRUCTION, DEFENSE           




          Appropriations, 2000           $1,029,000,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                1,003,500,000



          Committee recommendation                979,400,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $979,000,000 for the    
   ``Chemical agents and munitions destruction, Defense'' account for      
   fiscal year 2001, a decrease of $24,100,000 from the budget estimate.   
      The Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program provides resources to develop
   and test monitoring and disposal technology; equip, operate, and        
   maintain disposal facilities; provide transportation of chemical agents 
   and munitions onsite for disposal; dispose of all chemical agent        
   destruction waste products; and decontaminate and dismantle all disposal
   equipment at the conclusion of toxic operations.                        
      The reduction is for advisory assistance, contract services, and     
   program delays.                                                         
                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS                        

               BUDGET ACTIVITY 1--RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT               

       Research and development .--The fiscal year 2001 budget request     
   includes $274,400,000 for the development of alternative technologies to
   incineration for disposal of chemical agents and the design, acquisition
   and testing of prototype equipment for the recovery and treatment of the
   nonstockpile chemical materiel. The Committee recommends $274,400,000,  
   the request level.                                                      
                      budget activity 2--procurement                     

       Procurement .--The Department requested $121,900,000 for the        
   procurement of process and support equipment used for the baseline      
   destruction of chemical munitions in the stockpile, chemical stockpile  
   emergency preparedness project [CSEPP] equipment, and the nonstockpile  
   chemical material project [NSCMP] equipment. Also included are costs for
   initial spares, freight, software, maintenance and operations manuals   
   relating to specific equipment, and design changes during construction  
   and installation.                                                       
      The Committee recommends providing $105,000,000 for procurement      
   activities in fiscal year 2001, a reduction of $16,900,000 from the     
   budget request.                                                         
              BUDGET ACTIVITY 3--OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE              

       Operation and maintenance .--The fiscal year 2001 budget request    
   includes $607,200,000 for operation and maintenance funds for           
   management, technical, and operational, support required for            
   demilitarization of the chemical stockpile, emergency response          
   activities, and support to the Nonstockpile Chemical Material Program.  
   The Committee recommends providing $600,000,000 a decrease of $7,200,000
   below the budget request.                                               
       ACWA. --The Committee continues to support the expeditious and      
   complete execution of the Assembled Chemical Weapons Assessment program.
   The Department shall fund fully the ACWA program for fiscal year 2001.  
   No part of the reduction to the budget request shall be allocated to    
   ACWA.                                                                   
       Pine Bluff Arsenal .--As a precaution against a chemical stockpile  
   incident at Pine Bluff Arsenal, the Department of Defense shall provide 
   $1,500,000 to assist FEMA and the Arkansas Department of Emergency      
   Management to establish an over-pressurized annex at Moody Elementary   
   School.                                                                 
       Mobile Munitions Assessment System (MMAS) .--Of the funds provided  
   for the Chemical Demilitarization program, $5,000,000 shall be provided 
   to accelerate MMAS operations, provide MMAS upgrades and complete       
   design, fabrication, and testing of the third MMAS mobile unit.         
       Deseret Chemical Depot .--The Committee directs the Army and Centers
   for Disease Control (independent of the Army) to report their findings  
   from safety investigations conducted at Tooele Chemical Agent Facility  
   (TOCDF) within 30 days after the completion of the investigation. No    
   part of the reduction to the budget request shall be allocated to       
   Deseret Chemical Depot.                                                 

                                   DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM                         




          Appropriations, 2000           $11,154,617,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                11,600,429,000



          Committee recommendation                12,130,179,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $12,130,179,000. This is
   $529,750,000 above the budget estimate.                                 
      The Committee recommends an additional $137,000,000 in the Defense   
   Health Program to fully fund the new pharmacy benefit for military      
   retirees proposed in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal  
   Year 2001, as originally offered in the bill S. 2486. This amount       
   reflects the estimate made by the Congressional Budget Office of the    
   fiscal year 2001 expenditures related to this new benefit.              
                    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS                    

                        OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE                        


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               



          Military retiree pharmacy benefit                137,00006



          Outcomes Management Demonstration at WRAMC                10,00006



          Pacific Island Health Care Referral Program                8,00006



          Automated Clinical Practice Guidelines                7,50006



          Hawaii Federal Health Care Network (PACMEDNET)                7,00006



          Clinical Coupler Demonstration Project                5,00006



          CoE for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance                5,00006



          Tri-Service Nursing Research Program                4,00006



          Defense and Veterans Head Injury Program                3,50006



          Graduate School of Nursing                2,00006



          Brown Tree Snakes              1,00006



          Alaska Federal Health Care Network                1,00006



          Biomedical Research Center Feasibility Study                1,00006



          Oxford House DoD Pilot Project                75006



          Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences                (6,300)

                                                                            



          MDRV Total                     192,75006



       Pacific Island Health Care Referral Program .--The Committee        
   recommends $8,000,000 to enhance the graduate medical education Pacific 
   Island Health Care Referral Program to include agreements with          
   appropriate native Hawaiian healthcare organizations and academic       
   medical institutions to develop programs and facilitate healthcare to   
   authorized beneficiaries.                                               
       Hawaii Federal Health Care Network (formerly PACMEDNET) .--Building 
   on the success of PACMEDNET, the Committee recommends $7,000,000 for the
   Hawaii Federal Health Care Network which is chartered to optimize       
   Federal healthcare resources, providing beneficiaries with access to    
   quality, cost effective health care. These funds will be managed through
   a jointly operated program office to leverage existing Pacific-based    
   technology and medical informatics programs to provide telehealth       
   solutions to Federal beneficiaries. Of these funds, the Committee       
   recommends $1,000,000 for Federal healthcare partnership activities     
   including a focus on cardiology, $3,000,000 for targeted services for   
   military children with special needs, $1,000,000 to continue the        
   technology transfer program, and $2,000,000 to continue existing        
   investment with DVA in DoD/DVA telehealth initiatives.                  
       Clinical Coupler Demonstration Project .--The Committee supports the
   Department's use of clinical couplers to improve medical care throughout
   the military health system, and recommends an additional $5,000,000 to  
   support the ongoing demonstration of clinical couplers. The Committee   
   directs the Department to report by March 1, 2001 on the results of this
   demonstration, including a recommendation on whether clinical couplers  
   should be fully incorporated into the CHCS II system.                   
       Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and Humanitarian       
   Assistance .--The Committee recommends $5,000,000 for the Center of     
   Excellence for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance and the  
   Casualty Care Research Center, and expects the Centers to work          
   collaboratively to provide disaster response services in domestic,      
   international, military and civilian settings.                          
       Tri-Service Nursing Research Program .--The Committee recommends    
   $4,000,000 for the Tri-Service Nursing Research Program, and urges the  
   Department to provide adequate funding for this program in future budget
   estimates.                                                              
       Biomedical Research Center .--The Committee recommends $1,000,000   
   for a feasibility study of a Biomedical Research Center that would      
   consolidate the biomedical research efforts of the University of Hawaii 
   Medical School, Tripler Army Medical Center, and the Veterans Health    
   Administration.                                                         
       Post-Doctoral Education .--The Committee encourages the Department  
   to increase and consolidate postdoctoral education for psychologists in 
   those military medical centers with independent departments of          
   psychology.                                                             
       Childhood Asthma and Disease Management .--The Committee is         
   concerned with limited progress in treating childhood asthma, a         
   potentially devastating disease that leads to high utilization of       
   medical resources. The Committee urges Tripler Army Medical Center's    
   continued research on childhood asthma, and encourages the expanded use 
   of disease management protocols using automated patient record          
   technology.                                                             
       Department of Veterans Affairs and Tripler Telehealth Programs      
   .--With the co-location of the DVA Hospital at Tripler Army Medical     
   Center, the Committee urges the Department and the Veteran's Health     
   Administration to consolidate and/or coordinate telehealth programs to  
   ensure Federal telehealth resources are efficiently used.               
       Government Computerized Patient Record (GCPR) .--The Committee      
   applauds the efforts made on the GCPR and encourages the Department to  
   select technology savvy environments and existing collaborative         
   partnerships for pilot implementation.                                  
       Graduate Medical Education (GME) .--The Committee notes with        
   displeasure that the Department has failed to provide a report on the   
   distribution of GME funds requested last year in Senate Report 106 53.  
   The Committee continues to support the equitable distribution of        
   Department funds for GME to all health professions, including nursing.  
       DoD/DVA Distance Learning Pilot Project .--The Committee notes with 
   displeasure that the Department has failed to provide a report on the   
   DoD/DVA distance learning pilot project to requested last year in Senate
   Report 106 53. This project, which focuses on transitioning clinical    
   nurse specialists to the role of to nurse practitioners, continues to be
   of interest to the Committee.                                           
       Behavioral Research .--The Committee notes with displeasure that the
   Department has failed to provide a report on behavioral research        
   requested last year in Senate Report 106 53. The Committee remains      
   concerned with the continuing erosion of the Department's support for   
   research on individual and group performance, leadership, communication,
   human-machine interfaces, and decision-making.                          
       Dental Research .--The Committee is pleased with the progress of    
   dental research in the services and supports programs which advance the 
   preventative and reconstructive applications of military dentistry.     
       Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) .--The Committee is  
   pleased with the tri-service support for the current scope of practice  
   of military Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists. The Committee is   
   aware that DoD and service instructions allow a CRNA to be privileged as
   licensed independent providers of anesthesia care. The Committee is also
   aware that ``independent'' means that a CRNA is legally responsible for 
   care they render and does not imply unlimited scope of practice or a    
   lack of professional oversight.                                         
       Schools of Pharmacy and Nursing .--The Committee encourages the     
   Department to collaborate with schools of pharmacy and nursing as they  
   continue their efforts to increase patient safety and reduce medical    
   errors. The Committee urges the Department to explore all available     
   resources to enhance patient teaching regarding medication usage,       
   side-effects, and treatment plans.                                      
       Technology Sharing .--With the significant achievements and         
   maturation of telehealth technology at Tripler Army Medical Center, the 
   Committee encourages Tripler Army Medical Center to plan for future     
   sharing of technology and information with appropriate public and       
   private sector organizations.                                           
       Health Professions Loan Repayment Program .--The Committee urges the
   Department to direct funds to the Health Professions Loan Repayment     
   Program that was authorized in 1998 as a retention tool to complement   
   the Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program.                
       Complementary and Alternative Medicine Information .--The Committee 
   notes that use of complementary and alternative medical therapies and   
   practices has increased substantially. However, there is a need to      
   improve the availability of information on these therapies and their    
   integration with traditional medical care to military patients and the  
   health care professionals treating them. To provide this information,   
   the Committee urges the Department to develop a state-of-the-art        
   database on complementary and alternative medical therapies, including  
   information on treatment protocols. This database should be made        
   available to both patients and their health care professionals,         
   complement other sources of information and include a focus on the      
   special health care needs of military personnel.                        
       Health Benefits of Cranberries .--The Committee understands that    
   medical studies indicate the potential benefits of cranberry juice and  
   other cranberry products in maintaining health. The Committee urges the 
   Secretary of Defense to take steps to increase the Department's use of  
   cranberry products in the diet of on-base personnel and troops in the   
   field. Such purchases should prioritize cranberry products with high    
   cranberry content such as fresh cranberries, cranberry sauces and       
   jellies, and concentrate and juice with over 25 percent cranberry       
   content.                                                                
      mdbo mdnmDOD/DOE Plants.mdbo mdnm--The Committee recognizes that at  
   some sites the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of Energy 
   (DOE) or the Atomic Energy Commission employed a similar workforce      
   exposed to similar hazardous materials, sometimes working for the same  
   contractor. DOE has instituted health programs for former workers at its
   nuclear weapons plants. The Committee notes that the DoD has taken no   
   similar action. As such, the Committee urges DoD to work with DOE in    
   health studies and programs for former workers at sites where both the  
   DoD and DOE or the Atomic Energy Commission had facilities. The         
   Committee believes DoD should establish a program to fund the           
   participation of former workers at such DoD facilities in such studies  
   and programs so that they are treated equally with other workers at the 
   site.                                                                   
                Research, development, test and evaluation               


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               

                                                                        

Committee                                                               

Program                                                                 

adjustment                                                              




          Breast Cancer Research Program (BCRP)                175,000



          Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP)                100,000



          Ovarian Cancer Research Program (OCRP)                12,000



          Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (PRMRP)                50,000

                                                                            



           Total                         337,000



      The Committee applauds the medical research and development          
   accomplishments of the Department of Defense, and has included          
   $337,000,000 for medical research and development as shown above.       
      The Committee has provided $50,000,000 for a Peer Reviewed Medical   
   Research Program. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense, in    
   conjunction with the service Surgeons General, to establish a process to
   select medical research projects of clear scientific merit and direct   
   relevance to military health.                                           
      Such projects could include: accelerated cellular attractant based   
   ligament healing, acoustic hemostasis, acute lung injury research,      
   arthropod transmitted infectious diseases, biological hazard detection  
   system/bio-sensor microchip, CAT scan technology for lung cancer,       
   childhood asthma, cognitive neuroscience/functional magnetic resonance  
   imaging, Dengue fever vaccine, digital mammography imaging, far forward 
   portable echocardiogram device, freeze dried platelets, Gulf War illness
   research, health system information technology, health care informatics,
   human imaging institute/magnetoencephalography laboratory, low vision   
   research, medical surgery technology, medical errors reduction research,
   medical records management, microsurgery and robotic surgery research,  
   military dental research, Mobile Integrated Diagnostic and Data Analysis
   System, molecular biology for cancer research, neural mechanisms of     
   chronic fatigue syndrome, neurofibromatosis, obesity related disease    
   prevention especially for minorities, Padget's disease, polynitroxylated
   hemoglobin, real-time heart rate variability technology, remote         
   emergency medicine ultrasound, SEATreat, smoking cessation, social work 
   research, tissue regeneration for combat casualty care, Venus 3 D       
   technology program, virtual retinal display technology, and vitamin D   
   research.                                                               
      The Committee directs the Department to provide a report by March 1, 
   2001, on the status of this Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program, to  
   include the corresponding funds provided in previous fiscal years.      

                   DRUG INTERDICTION AND COUNTERDRUG ACTIVITIES, DEFENSE          




          Appropriations, 2000           $847,800,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                836,300,000



          Committee recommendation                933,700,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $933,700,000 in title   
   VI, Counternarcotics and Drug Interdiction Program for fiscal year 2001,
   an amount $97,400,000 above the requested fiscal year 2001 level.       
                     Summary of Committee Adjustments                    


          [In thousands of dollars]                                               



          National Guard counterdrug support                20,000



          Gulf States initiative                14,800



          Regional Counterdrug Training Academy                2,000



          Marijuana eradication                6,100



          Tethered Aerostat Radar System (TARS)                10,000



          EO/IR sensors for Air National Guard OH 58 aircraft                5,000



          WV Air National Guard C 26 aircraft support                6,300



          WV Air National Guard counterdrug program                3,200



          Northeast Regional Counterdrug Training Center                5,000



          Counternarcotics Center at Hammer                10,000



          Source and transit zone interdiction operations                15,000



       National Guard activities .--The Committee recognizes the valuable  
   contribution the National Guard makes to the counterdrug effort and     
   provides an additional $20,000,000. This augment reflects a continuing  
   requirement to adequately fund the National Guard's contribution and the
   Committee directs the Department to include this level of funding at a  
   minimum, commencing with the fiscal year 2002 budget submission.        
       Marijuana eradication .--The Committee has provided an additional   
   $6,100,000 for the conduct of marijuana eradication. These funds are to 
   be used to address marijuana eradication shortfalls in the two States   
   having the highest rate of outdoor cannabis cultivation as set forth in 
   a 1996 report prepared by the DEA's Strategic Detection Unit of the     
   domestic intelligence section.                                          
       Civil Air Patrol .--Funds made available to the Civil Air Patrol    
   [CAP] in the fiscal year 2001 appropriation for Defense Department drug 
   interdiction activities may be used for CAP's demand reduction program  
   involving youth programs as well as operational and training drug       
   reconnaissance missions for Federal, State, and local government        
   agencies, and for any directly associated administrative costs. The Air 
   Force should waive reimbursement from Federal, State, and local         
   government agencies for use of these funds.                             

                              OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL                     




          Appropriations, 2000           $137,544,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                147,545,000



          Committee recommendation                147,545,000



      The Committee recommends an appropriation of $147,545,000 for fiscal 
   year 2001. Of this amount, $700,000 is made available for emergencies   
   and extraordinary expenses. The Committee directs the Inspector General 
   to submit a semi-annual expenditures report in compliance with the      
   requirements contained in section 127 of Title 10, United States Code.  

                                         TITLE VII                                

                                      RELATED AGENCIES                            

             CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY RETIREMENT AND DISABILITY SYSTEM FUND    




          Appropriations, 2000           $209,100,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                216,000,000



          Committee recommendation                216,000,000



      The Committee recommends $216,000,000, the budget request for the    
   Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] retirement and disability system fund.
   The CIA Retirement Act of 1984 for Certain Employees (Public Law 88 643)
   authorized the establishment of a CIA retirement and disability system  
   for a limited number of CIA employees and authorized the establishment  
   and maintenance of a fund from which benefits would be paid to qualified
   beneficiaries.                                                          
                                 COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT STAFF                       




          Appropriations, 2000           $158,015,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                137,631,000



          Committee recommendation                177,331,000



      The Committee recommends $177,331,000 for the community management   
   staff. This amount is $39,700,000 above the budget request.             
                           NATIONAL SECURITY EDUCATION TRUST FUND                 




          Appropriations, 2000           $8,000,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                6,950,000



          Committee recommendation                6,950,000



      The Committee appropriates $6,950,000 from the national security     
   education trust fund for continuation of this program.                  
          KAHO'OLAWE ISLAND CONVEYANCE, REMEDIATION, AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION
                                   TRUST FUND                                     



          Appropriations, 2000           $35,000,000



          Budget estimate, 2001                25,000,000



          Committee recommendation                60,000,000



      The Committee recommends $60,000,000 for the Kaho'olawe Island       
   conveyance, remediation, and environmental restoration trust fund.      

                                         TITLE VIII                               

                                     GENERAL PROVISIONS                           

      The following lists general provisions proposed by the Committee. The
   Committee recommends inclusion of several proposals which have been     
   incorporated in previous appropriations acts, provisions requested for  
   inclusion by the Defense Department, and new provisions. The Committee  
   recommendations are as follows:                                         
       Sec. 8001. Publicity/propaganda limitation.-- Retains provision     
   which is carried annually in the DOD Appropriations Act prohibiting the 
   use of funds for publicity or propaganda purposes not authorized by     
   Congress.                                                               
       Sec. 8002. Compensation/employ of foreign nationals.-- Retains      
   provision which is carried annually in DOD appropriations acts which    
   limits salary increases for direct and indirect hire foreign nationals. 
       Sec. 8003. Obligation rate of appropriations.-- Retains an annual   
   provision limiting obligation of appropriations for only 1 year unless  
   otherwise expressly provided.                                           
       Sec. 8004. Obligations in last 2 months of fiscal year.-- Retains   
   provision as addressed in previous years which controls end-of-year     
   spending.                                                               
       Sec. 8005. Transfers.-- Retains and modifies an annual provision    
   which provides transfer authority of $2,000,000,000.                    
       Sec. 8006. Working capital fund cash disbursements.-- Retains a     
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8007. Special access programs notification.-- Retains and      
   modifies a provision carried in previous years.                         
       Sec. 8008. Multiyear procurement authority.-- The Committee         
   recommends providing multiyear for several programs as noted in the     
   section.                                                                
       Sec. 8009. Humanitarian and civic assistance.-- Retains a provision 
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8010. Civilian personnel ceilings.-- Retains a provision       
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8011. Overseas civilian work-years.-- Retains a provision      
   carried in previous years.                                              
    Sec.  8012.  Lobbying.-- Retains a provision carried in previous years.

       Sec. 8013. Educational benefits and bonuses.-- Retains a provision  
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8014. Organizational analysis/contracting out.-- Retains a     
   provision that concerns the conversion of certain Government activities 
   and functions to performance by private contractors.                    
       Sec. 8015. Mentor-Prote AE1ge AE1 Program.-- Retains a provision    
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8016. Anchor chains.-- Retains a provision carried in previous 
   years.                                                                  
       Sec. 8017. CHAMPUS/TRICARE mental health benefits.-- Retains and    
   modifies a provision carried in previous years.                         
       Sec. 8018. POW/MIA family travel.-- Retains a provision carried in  
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8019. Residual value negotiations.-- Retains and modifies a    
   provision requested by the administration and carried in previous years.
       Sec. 8020. Demilitarization of surplus firearms.-- Retains a        
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8021. Relocations into the NCR.-- Retains a provision carried  
   in previous years.                                                      
       Sec. 8022. Indian Financing Act incentives.-- Retains a provision   
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8023. Military leave for members of the Reserve component.--   
   Retains a provision carried in previous years.                          
       Sec. 8024. A 76 studies.-- Retains a provision carried in previous  
   years.                                                                  
       Sec. 8025. American Forces Information Service.-- Retains a         
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8026. Wage rate--civilian health.-- Retains a provision carried
   in previous years.                                                      
       Sec. 8027. WC 130 weather reconnaissance.-- Retains a provision     
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8028. Workshops for the blind and handicapped.-- Retains a     
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8029. CHAMPUS/TRICARE coordination of benefits.-- Retains a    
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8030. Burdensharing.-- Retains a provision carried in previous 
   years.                                                                  
       Sec. 8031. Civil Air Patrol.-- Retains and modifies a provision and 
   modifies amounts appropriated for the Civil Air Patrol.                 
       Sec. 8032. Federally funded research and development centers.--     
   Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.             
       Sec. 8033. Carbon, alloy, or armor steel plate.-- Retains a         
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8034. Congressional defense committees definition.-- Retains a 
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8035. Depot maintenance competition.-- Retains a provision     
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8036. Reciprocal trade agreements.-- Retains a provision       
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8037. Energy cost savings.-- Retains a provision carried in    
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8038. Non-excess property leases.-- Retains a provision carried
   in previous years.                                                      
       Sec. 8039. Salaries/expenses of administrative activities.-- Retains
   a provision carried in previous years.                                  
       Sec. 8040. Young Marines Program.-- Retains a provision carried in  
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8041. Overseas military facility investment.-- Retains a       
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8042. NATO headquarters operating costs.-- Retains a provision 
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8043. Investment item unit cost.-- Retains a provision         
   requested by the administration and carried in previous years.          
       Sec. 8044. Defense Working Capital Fund/Investment Item.-- Retains a
   provision made in previous years.                                       
       Sec. 8045. CIA availability of funds.-- Retains and modifies a      
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8046. GDIP information system.-- Retains a provision carried in
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8047. Indian tribes environmental impact.-- Retains a provision
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8048. National Science Center for Communications.-- Retains a  
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8049. Compliance With the Buy America Act.-- Retains a         
   provision requested by the administration and carried in previous years.
       Sec. 8050. Competition for consultants and studies programs.--      
   Retains a provision requested by the administration and carried in      
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8051. Field operating agencies.-- Retains and modifies a       
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8052. Intelligence authorization.-- Retains and modifies a     
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8053. Adak leasing.-- Retains a provision carried in previous  
   years.                                                                  
       Sec. 8054. Rescissions.-- The Committee recommends a general        
   provision rescinding funds from the prior year as displayed below:      

Fiscal Year 2000                                                        

    Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles:                                    



                                          -$40,000,000



                                          -19,000,000



          Other Procurement, Army: SMART T                 -29,300,000

    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army:                       



                                          -15,000,000



                                          -12,000,000



          Missile Procurement, Air Force: Titan Launch Vehicle                 -30,000,000



          Aircraft Procurement, Air Force: F 16 advance procurement                 -24,000,000



       Sec. 8055. Civilian technicians reductions.-- Retains a provision   
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8056. Prohibition on assistance to North Korea.-- Retains a    
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8057. National Guard counter-drug activities.-- Retains a      
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8058. Reimbursement for Reserve component intelligence         
   personnel.-- Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
       Sec. 8059. Pentagon renovation cost ceiling.-- Retains and modifies 
   a provision carried in previous years.                                  
       Sec. 8060. Counter-drug activities transfer.-- Retains a provision  
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8061. Energy and water efficiency.-- Retains a provision       
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8062. Ball and roller bearings.-- Retains a provision carried  
   in previous years.                                                      
       Sec. 8063. American Samoa transfer.-- Retains a provision carried in
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8064. Buy American computers.-- Retains a provision carried in 
   previous years.                                                         
    Sec.  8065.  MANTECH.-- Retains a provision carried in previous years. 

       Sec. 8066. Local hire in noncontiguous States.-- Retains a provision
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8067. National Training Center.-- Retains a provision carried  
   in previous years.                                                      
       Sec. 8068. Restrictions on transfer of equipment and supplies.--    
   Retains a provision carried in previous years.                          
       Sec. 8069. Export Loan Guarantee Program.-- Retains a provision     
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8070. Contractor bonuses due to business restructuring.--      
   Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous years.             
       Sec. 8071. Transportation of chemical weapons.-- Retains a provision
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8072. Former Soviet Union/housing.-- Retains a provision       
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8073. Reserve peacetime support to active duty and civilian    
   activities.-- Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous      
   years.                                                                  
       Sec. 8074. SCN adjustments to closed accounts.-- Retains a provision
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8075. Expired obligations and unexpended balances.-- Retains a 
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8076. Shipbuilding cost adjustment.-- Retains and modifies a   
   provision and modifies funding transfers for ship cost adjustments.     
       Sec. 8077. DOD Comptroller reporting requirements.-- Retains and    
   modifies a provision carried in previous years.                         
       Sec. 8078. Facilities supervision and administrative costs.--       
   Retains a provision carried in previous years.                          
       Sec. 8079. Asia Pacific Center.-- Retains a provision carried in    
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8080. National Guard distance learning.-- Retains a provision  
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8081. Heating Plants in Europe.-- Retains a provision carried  
   in previous years.                                                      
       Sec. 8082. Prompt Payment Act interest penalties.-- Retains a       
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8083. Revised economic assumptions.-- Retains and modifies     
   provisions carried in previous years.                                   
       Sec. 8084. NATO Headquarters administrative costs ceiling.-- Retains
   a provision carried in previous years.                                  
       Sec. 8085. Buy American waivers.-- Retains a provision carried in   
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8086. Civil Air Patrol Counterdrug Program.-- Retains and      
   modifies a provision carried in previous years.                         
       Sec. 8087. TRICARE Contracts Extension.-- Retains and modifies a    
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8088. Training of Security Forces of a Foreign Country.--      
   Retains a provision carried in previous years.                          
       Sec. 8089. Surplus Dental Equipment.-- Retains a provision carried  
   in previous years.                                                      
       Sec. 8090. Civilian personnel under-execution.-- Retains and        
   modifies a provision carried in previous years.                         
       Sec. 8091. Foreign Currency Savings.-- Retains and modifies a       
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8092. ADC(X) .--Retains and modifies a provision carried in    
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8093. B 52's .--Retains and modifies a provision carried in    
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8094. Overseas Contingencies Budget Justifications .--Retains a
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8095. RPM Family Housing .--Retains and modifies a provision   
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8096. Custodial Care .--Retains a provision carried in previous
   years.                                                                  
       Sec. 8097. Crediting of travel cards refunds .--Retains a provision 
   carried in previous years.                                              
       Sec. 8098. Support to Other Government Agencies .--Retains a        
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8099. Armor piercing Ammo .--Retains a provision carried in    
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8100. Leasing Authority for National Guard Bureau.-- Retains a 
   provision which allows the Chief of the National Guard Bureau to waive  
   payment in the lease of personal property to Federal, State or local    
   government, and youth or charitable organizations.                      
       Sec. 8101. Environmental Contracting.-- Retains a provision which   
   directs limits on the funding to be obligated to indefinite             
   delivery/indefinite quantity environmental contracts.                   
       Sec. 8102. Elmendorf Air Force Base.-- Retains and modifies a       
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8103. Alcoholic beverages.-- Retains a provision carried in    
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8104. COE for Disaster Management .--Retains and modifies a    
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8105. Healthcare Partnership for Native Hawaiians .--Retains a 
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8106. Prohibition on reconstruction in Serbia .--Retains a     
   provision carried in previous years.                                    
       Sec. 8107. USO .--Retains and modifies a provision carried in       
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8108. Local school funding .--Retains a provision carried in   
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8109. Walking Shield .--Retains a provision carried in previous
   years.                                                                  
       Sec. 8110. ARROW .--Retains and modifies a provision carried in     
   previous years.                                                         
       Sec. 8111. Defense Healthcare Contract claims .--Retains and        
   modifies a provision carried in previous years.                         
       Sec. 8112. GPS .--The Committee includes a new provision concerning 
   civil requirements for GPS.                                             
       Sec. 8113. O&M Defensewide Transfer .--The Committee includes a new 
   provision facilitating funded transfers.                                
       Sec. 8114. OSA Aircraft leasing authority .--The Committee includes 
   a new provision providing leasing authority to the Secretaries of the   
   Army and the Navy.                                                      
       Sec. 8115. BMDO Management Support Reduction .--The Committee       
   includes a new provision delineating Committee concerns about the       
   overall dollar value as well as the percentage of program being invested
   in management support and systems engineering activities. The general   
   provision deletes a total of $26,154,000 from the BMDO program elements 
   as follows:                                                             

          [In thousands of dollars]                                               



          Patriot PAC 3 Theater Missile Defense Acquistion--EMD                 -755,000



          Navy Area Theater Missile Defense--EMD                 -907,000



          Theater High-Altitude Area Defense System--TMD--EMD                 -5,321,000



          Navy Theater Wide Missile Defense System--Dem/Val                 -1,315,000



          National Missile Defense--Dem/Val                 -9,531,000



          BMD Technical Operations                 -1,116,000



          Family-of-Systems Engineering and Integration                 -7,209,000



       Sec. 8116. BMDO Proposal Notification .--The Committee includes a   
   new provision outlining notification procedures.                        
       Sec. 8117. PMRF Infrastructure .--The Committee includes a new      
   provision that makes funds available for repairs and maintenance at     
   PMRF.                                                                   
       Sec. 8118. Preservation of Democracy Initiative .--The Committee    
   includes a new provision that makes funds available to support democracy
   preservation initiatives.                                               
       Sec. 8119. North Slope Borough .--The Committee includes a new      
   provision making funds available for health care assistance and         
   monitoring associated with conducted research at the Arctic Aeromedical 
   Laboratory.                                                             
       Sec. 8120. OCOTF Reporting Requirements .--The Committee includes a 
   new provision that restricts the transfer of funds from the Overseas    
   Contingency Operations Transfer Fund.                                   
       Sec. 8121. Quarantine Reimbursement Authorities .--The Committee    
   includes a new provision that provides reimbursement for mandatory      
   quarantines.                                                            
       Sec. 8122. Secretary of the Navy Transfer Authorities .--The        
   Committee includes a new provision that provides authority to the       
   Secretary of the Navy to liquidate ship cost changes.                   
       Sec. 8123. D-Day Museum .--The Committee includes a new provision   
   that provides funding for the National D-Day Museum.                    
       Sec. 8124. Bronzeville Academy .--The Committee includes a new      
   provision for conversion of the 8th National Guard Armory.              
       Sec. 8125. Ship scrapping initiative .--The Committee includes a new
   provision to permit the Secretary of the Navy and the Secretary of      
   Transportation to initiate a new ship scrapping program.                

            COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7, RULE XVI, OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE   
                                     SENATE                                       
      Paragraph 7 of rule XVI requires that Committee reports on general   
   appropriations bills identify each Committee amendment to the House bill
   ``which proposes an item of appropriation which is not made to carry out
   the provisions of an existing law, a treaty stipulation, or an act or   
   resolution previously passed by the Senate during that session.''       
      Due to the early Committee action on the fiscal year 2001 Defense    
   appropriations bill, an original Senate bill was reported by the        
   Appropriations Committee to the Senate.                                 
      At the point when the Committee reports this measure, the Congress   
   has not completed action on the Fiscal Year 2001 Defense Authorization  
   Act. As a consequence, the Committee has acted in good faith in its     
   attempt to comply fully with requirements stipulated under paragraph 7, 
   rule XVI.                                                               
      The Committee anticipates that Congress will authorize the amounts   
   appropriated in this act.                                               
           COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7(C), RULE XXVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                     SENATE                                       
      Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, the Committee ordered       
   reported en bloc, an original fiscal year 2001 Department of Defense    
   Appropriations bill (S. 2593) and an original legislative branch        
   appropriations bill, both subject to amendment and subject to the       
   section 302(b) allocations, by recorded vote of 28 0, a quorum being    
   present.                                                                



          Yeas                           Nays

          Chairman Stevens               
          Mr. Cochran                    
          Mr. Specter                    
          Mr. Domenici                   
          Mr. Bond                       
          Mr. Gorton                     
          Mr. McConnell                  
          Mr. Burns                      
          Mr. Shelby                     
          Mr. Gregg                      
          Mr. Bennett                    
          Mr. Campbell                   
          Mr. Craig                      
          Mrs. Hutchison                 
          Mr. Kyl                        
          Mr. Byrd                       
          Mr. Inouye                     
          Mr. Hollings                   
          Mr. Leahy                      
          Mr. Lautenberg                 
          Mr. Harkin                     
          Ms. Mikulski                   
          Mr. Reid                       
          Mr. Kohl                       
          Mrs. Murray                    
          Mr. Dorgan                     
          Mrs. Feinstein                 
          Mr. Durbin                     



    COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001    
                                                                       [In thousands of dollars]                                                                       

                                                                                      Item  2000 appropriation    Budget estimate    Committee recommendation    Senate Committee recommendation compared with ( + or  -)    

                                                                                                                                                              2000 appropriation    Budget estimate    

   TITLE I                                                                                                                                                                                                
   MILITARY PERSONNEL                                                                                                                                                                                     
Military Personnel, Army                                                                    22,006,361           22,198,457        22,173,929                  +167,568              -24,528           
Military Personnel, Navy                                                                    17,258,823           17,742,897        17,877,215                  +618,392              +134,318          
Military Personnel, Marine Corps                                                            6,555,403            6,822,300         6,831,373                   +275,970              +9,073            
Military Personnel, Air Force                                                               17,861,803           18,282,834        18,110,764                  +248,961              -172,070          
Reserve Personnel, Army                                                                     2,289,996            2,433,880         2,458,961                   +168,965              +25,081           
Reserve Personnel, Navy                                                                     1,473,388            1,528,385         1,539,490                   +66,102               +11,105           
Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps                                                             412,650              436,386           446,586                     +33,936               +10,200           
Reserve Personnel, Air Force                                                                892,594              981,710           963,752                     +71,158               -17,958           
National Guard Personnel, Army                                                              3,610,479            3,747,636         3,781,236                   +170,757              +33,600           
National Guard Personnel, Air Force                                                         1,533,196            1,627,181         1,634,181                   +100,985              +7,000            
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total, title I, Military Personnel                                                          73,894,693           75,801,666        75,817,487                  +1,922,794            +15,821           
   TITLE II                                                                                                                                                                                               
   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                                                                              
Operation and Maintenance, Army                                                             19,256,152           19,073,731        19,049,881                  -206,271              -23,850           
Operation and Maintenance, Navy                                                             22,958,784           23,250,154        23,398,254                  +439,470              +148,100          
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps                                                     2,808,354            2,705,658         2,729,758                   -78,596               +24,100           
Operation and Maintenance, Air ForceMDRV\2\                                                 20,896,959           22,296,977        22,268,977                  +1,372,018            -28,000           
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide                                                     11,489,483           11,920,069        11,991,688                  +502,205              +71,619           
Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve                                                     1,469,176            1,521,418         1,529,418                   +60,242               +8,000            
Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve                                                     958,978              960,946           968,946                     +9,968                +8,000            
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve                                             138,911              133,959           141,159                     +2,248                +7,200            
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve                                                1,782,591            1,885,859         1,893,859                   +111,268              +8,000            
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard                                              3,161,378            3,182,335         3,330,535                   +169,157              +148,200          
Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard                                               3,241,138            3,446,375         3,481,775                   +240,637              +35,400           
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund                                               1,722,600            4,100,577         4,100,577                   +2,377,977                              
United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces                                         7,621                8,574             8,574                       +953                                    
Environmental Restoration, Army                                                             378,170              389,932           389,932                     +11,762                                 
Environmental Restoration, Navy                                                             284,000              294,038           294,038                     +10,038                                 
Environmental Restoration, Air Force                                                        376,800              376,300           376,300                     -500                                    
Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide                                                     25,370               23,412            21,412                      -3,958                -2,000            
Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites                                      239,214              186,499           231,499                     -7,715                +45,000           
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid                                              55,800               64,900            55,900                      +100                  -9,000            
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction                                                        460,500              458,400           458,400                     -2,100                                  
Pentagon Renovation Transfer Fund                                                           222,800                                                            -222,800                                
Quality of Life Enhancements, Defense                                                       300,000                                                            -300,000                                
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total, title II, Operation and maintenance                                                  92,234,779           96,280,113        96,720,882                  +4,486,103            +440,769          
(By transfer)                                                                               (150,000)            (150,000)         (150,000)                                                           
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
   TITLE III                                                                                                                                                                                              
   PROCUREMENT                                                                                                                                                                                            
Aircraft Procurement, Army                                                                  1,451,688            1,323,262         1,532,862                   +81,174               +209,600          
Missile Procurement, Army                                                                   1,322,305            1,295,728         1,329,781                   +7,476                +34,053           
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army                                    1,586,490            1,874,638         2,166,574                   +580,084              +291,936          
Procurement of Ammunition, Army                                                             1,204,120            1,131,323         1,212,149                   +8,029                +80,826           
Other Procurement, Army                                                                     3,738,934            3,795,870         4,060,728                   +321,794              +264,858          
Aircraft Procurement, Navy                                                                  8,662,655            7,963,858         8,426,499                   -236,156              +462,641          
Weapons Procurement, Navy                                                                   1,383,413            1,434,250         1,571,650                   +188,237              +137,400          
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps                                            525,200              429,649           471,749                     -53,451               +42,100           
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy                                                           7,053,454            12,296,919        11,612,090                  +4,558,636            -684,829          
Other Procurement, Navy                                                                     4,320,238            3,334,611         3,400,180                   -920,058              +65,569           
Procurement, Marine Corps                                                                   1,300,920            1,171,935         1,196,368                   -104,552              +24,433           
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force                                                             8,228,630            9,539,602         7,289,934                   -938,696              -2,249,668        
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force                                                        442,537              638,808           654,808                     +212,271              +16,000           
Missile Procurement, Air Force                                                              2,211,407            3,061,715         2,920,815                   +709,408              -140,900          
Other Procurement, Air Force                                                                7,146,157            7,699,127         7,605,027                   +458,870              -94,100           
Procurement, Defense-Wide                                                                   2,249,566            2,275,308         2,294,908                   +45,342               +19,600           
National Guard and Reserve Equipment                                                        150,000                                150,000                                           +150,000          
Defense Production Act Purchases                                                            3,000                                                              -3,000                                  
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total, title III, Procurement                                                               52,980,714           59,266,603        57,896,122                  +4,915,408            -1,370,481        
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
   TITLE IV                                                                                                                                                                                               
   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION                                                                                                                                                             
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army                                            5,266,601            5,260,346         5,683,675                   +417,074              +423,329          
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy                                            9,110,326            8,476,677         8,812,070                   -298,256              +335,393          
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force                                       13,674,537           13,685,576        13,931,145                  +256,608              +245,569          
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide                                    9,256,705            10,238,242        10,952,039                  +1,695,334            +713,797          
Developmental Test and Evaluation, Defense                                                  265,957                                                            -265,957                                
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense                                                    31,434               201,560           218,560                     +187,126              +17,000           
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total, title IV, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation                                 37,605,560           37,862,401        39,597,489                  +1,991,929            +1,735,088        
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
   TITLE V                                                                                                                                                                                                
   REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS                                                                                                                                                                         
Defense Working Capital Funds                                                               90,344               916,276           916,276                     +825,932                                
National Defense Sealift Fund:                                                              257,000              258,000           258,000                     +1,000                                  
National Defense Airlift:                                                                                                          2,478,723                   +2,478,723            +2,478,723        
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total                                                                                       717,200              388,158           3,279,081                   +2,561,881            +2,890,923        
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
Total, title V, Revolving and Management Funds                                              807,544              1,304,434         4,195,357                   +3,387,813            +2,890,923        
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
   TITLE VI                                                                                                                                                                                               
   OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS                                                                                                                                                                   
Defense Health Program:                                                                     10,522,647           11,244,543        11,437,293                  +914,646              +192,750          
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total, Defense Health Program                                                               11,154,617           11,600,429        12,130,179                  +975,562              +529,750          
Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army:MDRV\1\                                     543,500              607,200           600,000                     +56,500               -7,200            
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total, Chemical Agents                                                                      1,029,000            1,003,500         979,400                     -49,600               -24,100           
Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense                                      847,800              836,300           933,700                     +85,900               +97,400           
Office of the Inspector General                                                             137,544              147,545           147,545                     +10,001                                 
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
Total, title VI, Other Department of Defense Programs                                       13,168,961           13,587,774        14,190,824                  +1,021,863            +603,050          
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
   TITLE VII                                                                                                                                                                                              
   RELATED AGENCIES                                                                                                                                                                                       
Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund                           209,100              216,000           216,000                     +6,900                                  
Intelligence Community Management Account                                                   158,015              137,631           177,331                     +19,316               +39,700           
Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation, and Environmental Restoration Fund    35,000               25,000            60,000                      +25,000               +35,000           
National Security Education Trust Fund                                                      8,000                6,950             6,950                       -1,050                                  
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total, title VII, Related agencies                                                          410,115              385,581           460,281                     +50,166               +74,700           
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
   TITLE VIII                                                                                                                                                                                             
   GENERAL PROVISIONS                                                                                                                                                                                     
Ship Transfers (FY99 with FY2000 carryover)                                                  -170,000                                                          +170,000                                
Additional transfer authority (Sec. 8005)                                                   (1,600,000)          (2,000,000)       (2,000,000)                ( +400,000)                              
Indian Financing Act incentives (Sec. 8022)                                                 8,000                                  8,000                                             +8,000            
Disposal and lease of DOD real property (Sec. 8038)                                         32,200               24,000            24,000                      -8,200                                  
Overseas Military Fac Investment Recovery (Sec. 8019)                                       4,300                3,000             3,000                       -1,300                                  
Rescissions (Sec. 8054)                                                                      -350,180                               -169,300                   +180,880              -169,300          
FY 1999 Economic Adjustment (rescission)                                                     -452,100                                                          +452,100                                
Women in Service for America Memorial                                                       5,000                                                              -5,000                                  
Shipbuilding transfer                                                                                                                                                                                  
Civilian personnel under execution (Sec. 8090)                                               -123,200                               -56,200                    +67,000               -56,200           
Foreign Currency Fluctuations (Sec. 8091)                                                    -171,000                               -769,700                   -598,700              -769,700          
A 76 Studies                                                                                 -100,000                                                          +100,000                                
WMD consequence management                                                                  35,000                                                             -35,000                                 
Travel Cards (Sec. 8097)                                                                    5,000                5,000             5,000                                                               
Recovery of DoD admin expenses from FMS                                                      -87,000                                                           +87,000                                 
Advance pay appropriation                                                                    -1,838,426                                                        +1,838,426                              
Transfer to Department of Transportation (Sec. 8102)                                        (5,000)                                (10,000)                   ( +5,000)             ( +10,000)         
Aircraft leasing (Sec. 8114)                                                                19,000                                 5,000                       -14,000               +5,000            
Munitions/Readiness                                                                          -100,000                                                          +100,000                                
Red Cross                                                                                   5,000                                                              -5,000                                  
United Service Organizations (Sec. 8107)                                                    5,000                                  10,000                      +5,000                +10,000           
 22 Program Transfer Account                                                                1,000,000                                                          -1,000,000                              
 22 Program Termination Liability                                                           300,000                                                            -300,000                                
Performance Based Academic Model                                                            5,500                                                              -5,500                                  
Seattle Conveyance                                                                          1,000                                                              -1,000                                  
Eisenhower Memorial Commission                                                              300                                                                -300                                    
Rome Labs                                                                                   13,000                                                             -13,000                                 
Aviation Support Facility                                                                   10,000                                                             -10,000                                 
Depot Maintenance                                                                            -400,000                                                          +400,000                                
Spares                                                                                       -550,000                                                          +550,000                                
Base Operations                                                                              -100,000                                                          +100,000                                
Munitions                                                                                    -356,400                                                          +356,400                                
O&M general reduction                                                                        -7,200,000                                                        +7,200,000                              
O&M contingent emergency                                                                    7,200,000                                                          -7,200,000                              
Working Capital Fund Cash Balances                                                                                                                                                                     
Preservation of Democracy (Sec. 8118)                                                                                              20,000                      +20,000               +20,000           
Quarantine benefits (Sec. 8121)                                                                                                    1,000                       +1,000                +1,000            
National D-Day Museum (sec. 8123)                                                                                                  2,100                       +2,100                +2,100            
Inflation rescission--Procurement (Sec. 8083)                                                                                       -173,711                   -173,711              -173,711          
Inflation rescission--RDT&E (Sec. 8083)                                                                                             -145,977                   -145,977              -145,977          
BMDO Support reduction management (Sec. 8115)                                                                                       -26,154                    -26,154               -26,154           
Ship scrapping initiative                                                                                                          10,000                      +10,000               +10,000           
Chicago Military Academy                                                                                                           5,000                       +5,000                +5,000            
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total, title VIII                                                                            -3,350,006          32,000             -1,247,942                 +2,102,064            -1,279,942        
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
Grand total                                                                                 267,752,360          284,520,572       287,630,500                 +19,878,140           +3,109,928        
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
   OTHER APPROPRIATIONS                                                                                                                                                                                   
Waiver of certain sanctions against India and Pakistan                                      43,000                                                             -43,000                                 
Public Law 106 113:                                                                         100,000                                                            -100,000                                
                                                                                            -------------------  ----------------  -------------------------  --------------------  -----------------  
Total, other appropriations                                                                 145,000                                                            -145,000                                
                                                                                            ===================  ================  =========================  ====================  =================  
Adjusted total (incl other appropriations)                                                  267,897,360          284,520,572       287,630,500                 +19,733,140           +3,109,928        

\1\MDRVIncluded in Budget under Procurement title.                                                                                                                    
\2\MDRVO&M, AF request reduced by $300,000 by a technical correction budget amendment (H. Doc. 106 MDBU XXMDBU).